" Seta things right Tho lien.
The ties that bind Advertise.
JXen who eat crow never crow about
i The batterflnever goes back on Its
jgrub., - . - . . - e
' A woman without "beauty only sees
tho half of life. 7
3 To,step.on a man'sjcorn goes against
Mrs. Abraham Lincoln gets a Federal
.pension of $ 3,000 "a year.
Th'c, Philadelphia Chronicle-Herald
remarks" that divorce Is the signal for
Cessation of hostilities.
Nature should mend her ways. Engi
gush tourists think American autumnal
tints entirely too loud.
The trinity of ugliness, in the opinion
of ther Indianapolis Herald, Is tho stove
pipe silk hat; the swallow tailed coat,
and the shirred Uress.
Scientists have distinguished abont
82,000 different species of plants, of
which number nearly 4,000 are .different
lunns vi grius.
It generally takes two to make'a quar
rel, but very often one mother-Iurlaw
Any old bachelor will shriek for .a
"better hair when a counterfeit 50-cent
piece Is shoved on him.
"How sad !" exclaimed one blade of a
pair pf scissors to the other; "how sad !
we only meet iq sever :--
'Every Ave years this country loses
enough by Are to pay off every dollar of
tne .National ucdc. '
. An Ohio man has brought a suit
against his own mother for slander,
alleging damages at $10,000.
It Is estimated that the money paid
for Texas cattle during the past, five
years amounts to $180,000,000.
General Spinner is nearly eighty
years old, but he' can still splash his
signature with flrmnes3 and great rapid
ity. Several old Delaware Bourbons, In
specting their small majority, swear
that this country Is on the brink of
One high-toned dressmaker in New
York will not take an order for a dress
the making of which cost3 les3 than
A St. Louis journal speaks of a man
who got Into a political row and was
freckled with buckshot.
London truth desires that England
should have a few thousand Chinamen
as domestic servants.
An Englhh magistrate refused to
g ant a music and skating license to a
rink, because "skating to music Is dan
cing." Sightless individuals should avoid
liquor. It Is very easy to get blind
The first gold mine in the United
States was discovered in South Carolina
How to turn people'a heads come to
a concert late in a pair, of squeaking
So far as at present known, the giraffe
is a silent animal, like the eland. and
the. kangaroo, and has never beeti .heard
to utter a sound, even when .struggling
in the agonies of death.
The Burlington, Hawkey has been
admiring the man "who losc3 a nickel
under a plank.sidewalk, and feeling for
it, picks up a raw bumblebee by the
Col. Nicholas Smith, ho. married
Miss Ida Greeley, has a son named Hor
ace Greeley, dropping the Smith entire
ly. He has a daughter named Nicholsa
Our Presidential terms are not long,
yet it has not happened before since
1859, that wo have had an cx-l'resident.
a President, and a President elect all
Several Philadelphia women had ban
nets bet on the election. This should
be frowned upon a3 an attempt to intro
duce millinery at the polls.
General Chester A. Arthur has a son
taller than himself and twenty-one
years old, and two daughters. He will
retain his place In his law iirm in New
York City while Vice President,
A lady writes to the London (Jucen
that she has. been wearing a leather pet
ticoat for the last two years, and finds
it comfortable and not at all too heavy
It Is now the style In Fiance for
wedding ceremonies to last three days;
and It is said tho Chicago girls' are
thlnkln? about adODtiuz the custom,
and thus postpone the time for a di
The defeated candidate is like the old
bachelor, who says he "once fell In love
with a beautiful young lady, but aban
doned all idea of man-vine her when
he found that she add all her folks
were opposed to the match. Galveston
The Philadelphia Record warns Its
readers that the common idea that the
evil effects of poisonous or malarious
drinking water can be neutralized by
mixing It with whisky Jtas no iounda
tlon. Another good excuse for tippllug
One of the comets recently discovered
has entirely disappeared. It Is now sup
posed to have been the Hancock boom
diving for the deepest depths of the un
knowableness of the unknowable.
For Husbands Only.
A correspondent of the Baltimore
San, writing from California, says: A
cure for wife-whipping was authorized
by the last Legislature of Nevada. The
Authorities of Austin, a milling town
in that State, have erected a whipplng
postto punish summarily wretches who
abuse their wife by blows. We wish It
were practical to apply appropriate cor
rection to the no less uninuuly tyranny
of unfeeling exaction and cruel words
by which too many husbands keep'thelr
wives In never-ending torment. If
man had the hrains he boasts he would
ppcak ever kindly to the mother of his
household, if It were only for selfish
motives. Make your wife happy by
tender and affectionate treatment, and
you will make your home a paradise
more precious than gold and costly
mansions. We admire the Hindoo
parable (and believe its instructions)
that describes a -woman at the. gates
heaven praying that her jiaughty hus
band might be admitted. "He was
ever kind and true to men, and if you
would make me happy I must share
with my husband. Instantly the por
tals opened and the angel bid him
:ebter. ".Because or thy wife's, prayer
tfiy sins are forgiven. Who' live in
harmony on earth in heaven are not
.Gen. Garfield will be tne twelfth
Presidents who were college educated.
Washington, Jackson, Van Buren, Har
rison, Taylor, Fillmore, Lincoln, and
Johnson never went 'to college. Grant
was educated at West Point, the two
Adamses 'at Harvard, Jefferson, Monroe
and Tyler at William and Marys, Col
lege. Madison at Princeton. Polk at the
University of North Carolina, Pierce
at Bowdoin, Buchanan at Dickinson,
-Hayes at Kenyon, and Garfield
Hutland. Herald: This is the way
young lady Sabbath", school teacher
aJNew England town exhorted her class
nf Dots:. VKow.-chlldren. if vou'll
giod children.fjread' 'your. Bible, say
your prayers, 750 40 church, and never
say naughty wordSH-you'll go to heaven,
ml thaf will bo" Berfectly. splendid.
But lilyoacronot good, children,
"... ' ' T1II.1. . .1
;ro8 (ton t reau jour JDiuie.iiiaj'.j
ivra vers "uid o to. churcluand U .you
fl do waswehtyiwords you'll'zo tohell,
Md ttat'wlll be'perfectlyridicnlous."
' " s. -" :f'r r " strife
Proud of the North.
There is reason to bo proud of tne
iTorth;oro reason than ever Detore
8lnce.ie day she rallied arouna Apra-
uam'biacoin, ana bwso mm u unujr
though tho heavens should fall. Great,
tt-ntiv lnfpiilcrftnt. she stands to-day
inat in Jlier convletlwisifdeclded in her
COBCHlSiens,piri mu , h " iimiww-
Kiowfto anzer: not easily roused, she
fiawltheda'neer to Republican institu
tions,'' the dlsregard'of law; and liberty.
the insidious auvice oi scneming aema
gogues, and rising as she rose in 'til.
she laldjier mailed hand upon a myriad
of evils and crushed them with the
There Is nb need, to hail the North as
rulers of this land. Acts speak, and
the monarch stands before us. Chica
go Inter Ocean.'
Sara Bemliardt his been succeeded
in the gos3ipof JParris by Dr. Chlrou,
called the "blue doctor." This barae
lm nMalned throuch bclnz called in.to
aofl fi ladv who was on the point' of
death, a3 was supposed, from some
mysterious weakness. Ho sent at once
not1 lor medicaments, but for an up
holsterer, and ordered this tradesman
at. once to refurnish the whole of the
lady's rooms with stuffs and. carpets
dved with Indieo. He clothed her with
stuffs smllarly dyed, and ordered that
none should, approach her unless clad
In Indigo dyed garments. The result
was, so the story- goes, that the lady
recovered: and that M. Chlrou received
tho name of "le doctcur bleu." Hols
not liked by the regular practitioners,
who do not scruple to call him a quack,
but ho has made some wonderful.cures
bv wonderful methods. One of these
uurel has lust occurred with the wife
of an eminent English statesman. This
lady had long suffered from an appar-
nntltr Incurable coueli of a very dis
tressing nature. She went to the blue
doctor, who for three months made her
Inhale a dally mixture of chloroform
and the fuuie3 of some strong acid.
Every day she was chloroformed to
Insensibility, and at the same time was
acidulated with the result that she is
now quite well.
The late Solon Robinson, the agricul
tural writer who died on election day
at Jacksonville. Fla., was a very staunch
Republican. On the night before he
died he save instructions, that If Gar-
Held should be elected on the following.
dav lie wished his body to be wrapped
in the American flag, placed in a pine
coffin1 and buried. His Instructions
were carried out.
JVetc York Mail. An Englishman of
title recently played cards at one of the
Fifth avenue clubs with the brother of
a young lady to whom he was matri
monially engaged. The piny was heavy
and the Britisher is said to have lost
$15,000. Like the Democrats he cried
fraud, and a violent quarrel ensued.
The next day he broke his engagement
and left for Canada, from which coun
try hu is supposed to have sailed for
Tho bridegroom did not appear at a
Sacramento wedding until an hour after
the appointed time. His excuse was
that, going to a saloon for a drink of
brandy to brace up his courage, he had
unaccountably fallen asleep oyer the
glass. A subsequent investigation
showed that he had been drugged at
tho Instance of a. girl with whom ho
had broken off an engagement.
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Successfully Treated with
SWORD'S RADICAL CURE,
SUCCESS 1 th trot of merit, and success In tha
treatment of Catarrhal Affections, after so
it miserable fiiilarcs. mesas undoubted upteraa
Ltlre nroDcrtlcs In tliA rcmedr used. Does
SAXTOKD'a luniOAT. Ccltator Catarrh poiaess tacit
properties P Tlio evidence. laAlio shapo eftmsoU.
cited testlcionliUfrom the most rapcctablopcopla
la HI statloDS or lire,ranst be coiiclulro on thla
point. Herer,welcliovc,ln thonistoryorpopnlar
medicines has each valuable tcsttoony been of-
not represent a thousandth part olllio recoimaeno
Ktloos which are to-day offered by friends to friends
la l'.lfiTor. People of woilth andrcflncment tnall
parts of tho country delljr ndratttts superiority oTcr
any method ofcuro fcnowa to tho rrtrulnr medical
profession, but shun the publicity Incidental to a
pabUshed statement. Ilenco tho testimonials in
our possession represent bat a email part of
those withheld for the reason mentioned. Tho
foll'nflnfc unsolicited testlmocl-il Irora Hmrcr
Wzlls. Ksq of Wells, rurffo & Co. Kxprcn, Is
an outspoken Indorsement of vlilcli vro aro justly
Messrs. Vms A Potts;. Wholesale Trrccolsta.
Boston, Mossj at ntlemcs, t haTe forsomo nocUia
ir that l owe to snirerinff humanity ta
latins' thsercat benefit that 1 havo do
rirea irozn lao usa oi Dutronirs iiapiuai. iajbis
ro CiTAnrtt, Vor mora than SO years I hare been
afflicted nrlth this very troublesome complaint. I
caro tried all tha remedies that I could find, but
without material or pennaeeut benefit. Lust fall
the disease had orrlTed nt that state that 1 must
hare relief cr die. Theentlro membranoussysteia
bad liacoroo so lnflsnicd, nnd tho stomach so disor
dered, that It was a donbtful matter whether I
conld sro to tho PucLlo ccast, or It I did go whether
I should lire to coma boctecr pot, I saw on adTcr.
tlsemcnt of this medleloe.iuid oUhouph bclne very
Incredulous about enecltlcs or nostrums of finr
kind, yet In sheer desperation I tried this, and was
at once benefited h It. .The chances or climate.
tehronla rllmeun of lha liver. Ami rnvnffnOYer?G
may prevent my cntlro restoration, bet the bene
fit I ilcrlfe from lu dally use Is to ino invabmiAr,
ainictetl as l lixxa been, nud enable vc
bring this rcmcdylatornoromncr.il use, crocclaily
on tho Pacillo coaKt (whero It Is rauelt pecued), tny
objoct In wrtUag this nota will ha obtained.
Very trnly yonrs, HENHY TKLL3,
17seh Tjlekfttrft eontalna tlr. Ganforda Tmnrareii
luhallnv Tube, md full directions Tor uso In all
esses. Price $1.00. Tor ealo by all Wholesale and
netall Bmztsts and Dealers tbrouhont thoUnlted
BtstesandCanadaa. WEEKS & rOTTEH. General
Agents sad Wholesale Druggists, Eoston, Uass.
This is to certify that I lia
nm lira tictnfl- xemr
LOLUXl oi.taiu xi-ASTjtco ior enlargement oi
the Spleen and Jeprca3loa In the Stomach, and
they hare given me mere relief than any other
remedy! hare crcr used. I would hi
menu them to nil suxcring'xroraue
.ecu of paia
ncsxarsa, ITo, Juno 23,
naTlnjf occasion to nso n remedy for nreriitmra
polalsmyshleltilcd onucryuurCoLUan' Yoi
Tata PLis-rxna, end la twenty-four hours the palu
was entirely rcmorrd. . J. 1!. SiMMl1,
Arst Cashier First i:t, Cant.
Wctoti, Urxs, Jnna w. 1STT,
Collins' Voltsle Plasters bIto the ortt tatlsfae
tton hern of nnythlujr tht has been tried for
Lameness and Weakness of tho luck. Plcasneend.
more right away. JAJiEa LEWIS.
VSTAaT, III., Juno IS.
3Prfco, 3, Cents.
Us carefnl to obtain Cou.tys; Voltaic Pus-t-k.
a combination of Etocrio and Voltaic Ptaica,
with a highly-Medicated Plaster, as seen tvtae
attcrraenx. Kola t
brail Wholesale and Retail Draff.
guts throuRliout the ITnltrdStaVs and Canadas,
sndbj "iTEE3 a.rOTTCIt, Proprietors; Soston,
Tho Genuine Pearl Shirt for sale
at Brandyberry's, price $1.00. This
is known to be the best shirt made.
Aug. 12, 180. tf-
Dr. Isaac Scott's Celebrated,
Are a sure. cure for Liver Complaints
and ail Bilious Diseases. There Is no
disease go common as that of -the liver;
and no one wincu so ircqueniiy tie-
ranges the other organs of the digestive
system.- .Dr..Scott,s,Plll8.operate plc;
antiy anu eweieniiy wiuiuui. pruuucniK
pain or sieknes3. The most delicate
femaWor children can' use them safely.
Let noone fail to try them, asrta single
trial' wlllHjonvIhce anv one of tlielr
great merit, i or sale. Dy an urnggisis-
. i . I. : i, 4
The four CiaEBKATED llKAXDS Of
Virginia, eUewing-nanafactureil by.
' "And CaaYvovfWluHwe Ooim.-
nnlntwtMlfL -IT J IS IS SSSS
' KICK miAJSAC'HJS yaws cstsa fcs raaity susJ
oBtehly gtis-e. ss Issnsstreesa Ishtb bans
already. We atsaJI fce &Uar ta sasstU s
hff t of saUSMBWtoia tm ssssy tstles'aesl.
GAflTER'S;llTTLE UYEfl ?W
Aiso cureaTJ t ones of antoaaesi.'prsrfBat QopKl.
patson end DyspepilaTproaota Dlgeattoa, TeUcra
distress from too bearty eating, correct Disorders
of the Stomach, Stimulate thelJTer.aadEegnlate
tie Bowels. They do all this by taking Just ana
little pfflat a dose. They aro purely Tcgetahle. do
cot eripo or purg,aBd"are M nearly perfect as it
xapoesltleforaprhtobei Prtceanta,5 orl.
Bold hy oftt'eTerywhera oFicntTiy man.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., HEW YORK.
FACTS WORTH KHOWIHC.
Olnrsr, Bacfca, Jtandraks, StlllUgia and'
taaaar other or tne ness wosmi kouwu w,
faklllully combined la Vxixfa.' Oisop Tone,
xaa xtesa iicaita ssu duiur ,
Ever Catd. ,
c ay-f la thn rnmnoeitlon of PxCSrS S
Iflncou Tasn that no disease) can long exist
fwhcreltlsused. Uyou tavp Dyspepsia. Hyad-,
or LWer Disorder, or If you BeerTa jnlU BXim
nlant, orappetiaer, the Toxic is just tins tped .
idna for you; as it H highly curaUvo and In-.
I If yooara slowlrwastlns away trlth Coe
tumption or any Elctneif you have a ftieful.
Cold. IMEKtR's OtrotaToj.-ic
.tii-.wlw heln toil 11 eircs new me ana-
HfFnr tn the reeDie ana bkwj, bou utciu..
nfm for Rheumatism end Cholera Inftniura
It IIm Sated HuBdrtif of ilrei ; It Vj',
! K too are t eeHng mlaerabio dont vtlt nntl;
you are down sick, but use the Ttctio to-day
IbeitwUl rive.rpnrpt relief. '
i RememDer i x'abkxkb uuoui ".y.
a rum drink bnt the Best and Psrsil Faaiily.
Medicine ever made, cpmrxicndedbj .new.
procesa, nnd entirely different from Bitten,
Siniror prepnrat ions and all other Tonics. Iry,
a SOc. bottle. Yoor drogsist can supply yon.
PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM;
The Best and Most Eeoaoaletl Hair Dreitiag
exquisitely perfumed and perfectly harmless.
WniJUwarsEestoreCray orTaded Hair
to its oriirinalyo-Jthfid color and appearance, and is
warrantedjio "op i" fS, assut ill growth and
iCTramSions of the Balsam wil softei the
ha. cleanse all dandrnfT and cure itching and hu.
tnomscftlie scalp. SoIdbyandrU5SuOat5ortr;
Nov. 11, 1880 ly
always Cttrss and newer Disappoints
TLo -world's groat PainKeUever
for Man end Boast. Cheap, quick
PITCHER'S CASTOBIA is not
Narcotic. Children grow Cit
upon, Mothers like, nntl Physi
cians recommend CASfOKIA.
It xcgnlatcs the Bowels, cures
"WindColic, allays Fevorishness,
and. destroys TVorms.
WEI SE MEYER'S CATARRH
Curo, a Constitutional Antidote for
thia terriblo malady, by Absorption.
The moat Important Bisoovory since
Vaccination. Other remedies may
relieve Catarrh, this cares at any
atago before Consumption sets In.
Jan. 29, 1880..eowly
Warner's Safe iQdoer aid Uier Cvs.
Formerly lr. Croto't Klrtncv CureA
A vegetable preparation and the only
xuu a 14 tus3 nui vs iui ar iq ua a iriirnlri
niabrtea. nnd 1U Kidney, ClTer, ausd
KJ-Tcstloonlals of the highest order In proof
of these statements.
BffTor the cure of Diabetes, call for War.
tier's Starr Diabetes Cure.
c"For the curo or Brlsbts and the other
diseases, call. for Warner's Kale Kidney
AVARNER'S SAFE "BITTERS.
ltls thebest Blood Pnrlaer.and stimulates
evfry function to more healthful action, and
Is thus a benefit In all diseases.
ItcoreiMcrofutona and other sTklnKrop.
tlons and Diseases, Includlcg Ctenecm, III.
cerm. and other Sores.
' Dyspepala. Weskness of tb SiomArb,
Conatlpatloni Dizziness, General Debit,
llr. etc., are cured by the Saft Blttere- It Is
unequaled as ail appetizer and Tegular tonic.
Bottles of two sizes ; prices, SOc and tUOO,
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
Quickly Rives Beat and saeeis to the snrcrinr.
cores Hejtduelie and KnrdtTlav preTenta
Epileptic Pita, and rellevesHerrousPros.
trntlon brouhton by exceesrre dnuic, over
tvorlc, mental shocks, and other causes.
Ftwcrfal as It la to atop pain and soothe dis
tnrhed Serves. It never Injures the system,
whether taken in small or lam doses.-
Bottles or mo sizes t prices, 30c and 91.00,
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS
Are an Immediate and active stimulus for a
Torpid LlTtr. and curs CsstlTsaasi. Dnsestla. all
rhaa, Malaria, hm
uasasss. auxoas vtar
' be used whenever the
bowels do not operate
freely and regularly.
a n. ana snouia
, wark. riW OS sta. a ks.
I ! War. safe lttrM are
Jan. 29, 1880 ly
THE undersigned has been dujyapr
nn!nri1 nnd nunllflpd a'srAdmlniS.'
iraior- oi tue estate, oi rriuiaui cuui,
latc or itaccoon xownsniDj uaiua
county, Ohio, deceased. "
or vWJii Hi KNOX.
ITov. 11, 1880 3w
Tanu fr Sale.
TNT SprlnKnetdrpf. -OarKa'J'Co., O.
JLr seven miles froBiGallifjolIs, and one
miie fronr the. railroad,''' containing 235
acrtS-r-lGS ciearetl ..and most of, in
bluo , grass. Good house, .stable, '.nd
torehard.4Fpriiirth"er p&rticulrs jen-
nuke of Br.dUress iH '
- y a . r . nvner'
Are the People of Gallipolis and Yicinity in
the fact that v.
W .H. MITCHELL
Has Brought to this City the Largest Stock of
School Books and Stationery
Ever placed on sale here, and on this account they will
be able, at his
to purchase the same 25 per cent. Cheaper than any
where else in this section of the State. "Seeing'is be
CALL AND EXAMINE
for yourselves his Stock, get his prices and be convinced
of the truth or falsity of the above ere purchasing your
September 23, 1880.
AT SPECIAL FIGURES!
Full Stock of
WINDOW SHAPES. FIXTURES.
NEW BOOK STORE.
"We sell- every thing in our line as Cheap as any one
else, and often much Cheaper.
We will not be Undersold,
In anything, by anybody.
E. T- MOORE.
Sept 16, 1880.
Br. JOHN SAI
Dye Stuffs, I
Toilet Soaps, etc., etc!
I have on hand, and am constantly
being supplied with
A XAUOE ASSORTMENT OK
WUICn I AM SELLING TO
GRANGERS and all OTHERS
REDUCED PRICES, FOR CASH.
Cash must attend air Or
ders, otherwise the usual
charges will be, made.
never moulds and freezing
will hot injure.
"VTOTICE Is hereiy given that a petl
J3l tlorf will be presented to the Com
missioners of Gallia Uounty, Ohio, at
their next session, to be held oh the
llrst Monday in December, 18S0, pray
ing' for the establishment of a County
Road along the following described
route in said county :
Beginning at or' near a gate on the
lands of no wis R. Woods, and south
east of the dwelling house of Andrew
Bunch, in Raccoon township, in said
county;- running thence a northerly
course through the lands of Lewis R.
Woods, Andrew Bunch, Arthur W.
Warner, Thomas aughan andJacob
Vaughan, and to intersect tho road
leading from Harrisburg to Woods'
Mill at or near a gate ease or Jacob
Vaughan's house, or so'near said route
as a good road can be made.
Nov. 4.1S80. 4w
Best Farm in limit
THE undersigned offers for sale bis
farm of 585 acres, lying on Little
Raccoon Creek, two miles trom Vinton,
on the line of the O. & W. Va. R'y; 20Q
acres No. 1 bottom land on it; can be cut
Into three farms; will divide and sell it
In parts; will give time on .part of the
purchase, price to suit purchaser; good
and new buildings on the farm; all In
excellent order. Call on or address
M. D. J. HICKERSOJT,
Vinton, Gallia County, Ohio.
Nov 4, 1880 Ira
SaQ for HoQncfia Fric&List.
WE HAVE on hand the best and
largest stock we have ever bad,
from 3 to 9 inches.
For further information write to
Wlicelersbure Dram Tile Co..
Wbeclersburg, Scioto County .Ohio.
March 5, 1879.
A Largo and Fresh Stock of pare
;Drug8 and Drug Sundries at
ittjnL.LS fc Op's
WhotoMle andReUU Drag' Store.
9. WTlOin TTTDfl
Tbe New and Direct Route from
Southern Ohio to the
NORTH., EAST & WEST.
TAKING EFFECT OUTOBEK 10m, 1880.
UCAVK MAIL. EXPRESS.
Gallipolis 5.30 A.M. 5.00 P.M.
Porter 5 55 .. 5.25 ..
Vinton CIO .. 5.40 ..
Niles C.22 .. 5.52 ..
Minerton C 35 .. C.05 ..
Hawks G.50 .. G 20 ..
Radcliff 6 57 .. 0.27 ..
Eagle Furnace.. 7.0C .. 6.30 ..
M.& C. Junction 7.30 .. 7.00 ..
McArthur 7.3C .. 7.07 ..
Creola 7.49 .. 7.21 ..
Swan 8.02 .. 7.35 ..
New Plymouth. 8.0C .. 7.40 ..
Starr 812 .. 7.47 ..
Union Furnace. 8.23 .. 7.59 ..
Arrive, Logan.. 8.40 A.M. 8.15P.M.
Logan 8.50 A.M. 8.35 P. M.
Lancaster 9.40 .. 9.20 ..
Columbus 11.00 .. 10.45 ..
Cincinnati 8.00P.M. 0.55A.M.
LEAVE MAIL. EXPRESS.
Columbus 8.20 A.M. 3.35 P.M.
Lancaster 9.35 . . 4.50 ..
Logan 10.29 A.M. 5.43 ..
Logan 10.45 A. M. 5.53 P. M.
Union Furnace.. 10.59 .. 0.13 ..
Starr ...11.10 .. 0.25 ..
New Plymouth. 11.10 .. 0 32 ..
Swan 11.21 0.37 ..
Creola 11.34 .. Col ..
McArthur 11.55 .. 7.07 ..
M.&C Junction 12. i0 P.M. 7.27 ..
Eagle Furnace.. 12.23 .. 7.41 ..
Radcliff 12.30 .. 7.60 ..
nawks 12.38 .. 7.57 ..
Minerton 12.51 8.12 ..
Niie3 1.02 .. 8.21 ..
Vinton 1.13 .. 8.37 ..
Porter 1.27 .. 8 53 ..
Gallipolis 1.50 m.. 9.20
Tusouan Coaches between Gal
lipolis and Columbus on all trains.
Connections made at Gallipolis with
Steamboats and Stage Line for Middle
port, Pomeroy and all points on the
Ohio River; at Logan for Athens, Park
ersburg and Marietta; at Lancaster, for
Zanesvilleand C'Irclevillc; and at Union
Depot, Columbus, for all points North,
C D. NORRIS, Supt.
W. H. HARRISON,
Gen'l Ticket Acent.
Rio Grande College.
THIS Institute offers complete Class
ical and Scientific courses of study,
graduates from which receive the
degrees of A. B. and B. S , respectively:
also College Preparatory, Normal and
Commercial courses. Classes. are form
ed, also, each term. In the common
jsngusn Drancnes to sun stuueuts not in
regular course. A class, beginning
Latin is formed regularly- the third
term of each year.
Four terms a year of ten weeks each.
Spring Term begins April 5, 1880;
Fall Term begins Aug. 24, 1880.
Tuition and Incidentals from $7 to f 8
per term, or from $25 to 428, per year.
Instrumental Music $10 for 20 lessons.
Vocal Music, Penmanship, or Book
Keeping, $1 extra for 30 lessons.
Board (including room rent) is of-,
fered in the Hall at the exceedingly
low price of.$2.15 per week. ,
-The College is situated at Rio Grande,
Gallia Co., O., a quiet healthy locality
on the Btage lino between Oak Hill and
jror-auogBQ or outer iniornwuw
SB sVsS iVB bV"bM I"'
Successors toJEBWAIT, BOVffi Ss CO.,
QUEENSWARE and GROCERIES,
Would call the attention of the public to the fact, that our stock of. Queensware,
purchased in England' before any advance, is the largest and most desirable ever
offered in this city, at
Prices that Defy Competition.
OUfc STOCK OF AMERICAN, FRENCH AND BOHEMIAN GLASSWARE IS COMPLETE.
Goods guaranteed exactly
i OUR GR0CERTIDEP1BTMMT IE ARE ALWAYS UP WITH THE TIMES.
We havo now on Sale choice varieties or COFFEE, extra choice N. O. MOLASSES, &ILVER
DEIP SYEDP, SDGAES of all grades. '
Salt Fish of all kinds aa.d Qualities.
OUR SPECIAL BRAND OF DEEP SEA MACKEREL, IS SOMETHING YERY FINE.
Tropical Fruits, Canned Goods of all description, California Lima Beans.
WDU Mtt mm mm is pram to em
OTJE MOTTOBEST GOODS AT LOWET PKICES.
PRODUCE lAKJEJSr IJST EXCHANGE.
May 13, 1SS0.
Ware a Specialty, Extra
Double and Triple Plate, All
For Sale. j
TirB undersigned offer for sale their
Planing Mill and Sash and Blind j
Factory, situated at tne lootoi iiuru
street, tialllpolls, O., together with the
lot and ail appurtenances. Machinery
all in good condition and title made per
fect. Will sell at a bargain. For Price
and Terms enquiro on the premises.
T. S. & II. N. FOKD.
Sept. 23. 1SS0.
SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE.
THE Board of School Examiners of
Gallia county, O., will meet at the
Union School building, 4th street, In tho
city of Gallipolis, the flrst Saturday in
each month, except August, and also
the third Saturday of the months of
March, April, May, June, September,
October and November, at 9 o'clock
A. M., for the examination of appli
cants for Teachers' Certificates.
M. E. HARD,
A. A. MOULTON,
"W. II. MITCHELL, Cl'k.
Fruit and Garden Farm for
THE subscriber offers for sale his
farm In Springfield township. It
is situated six miles 1'rotn Gallipolis, on
the lino of the O. & W. Va. K. It., and
contains 40 acres. Good buildings, aud
about 500 fruit trees on It. Apply to
Pine Grove, Ohio,
or to J. P. Irwin, Gallipolis, Ohio.
July 15, 1S80 Cm
harm For Sale.
JL Huntington tp., near Kwington,
containing trom 190 to 200 acres, and
known as the John M. Cherlngton farm.
I expect to sell it for less than it Is
worth, and will sell it to a good person
In payments on 5 years time. Any one
wishing to purchase can apply In per
son or by letter, to mo at Thurinan P.
O., Gallia eo., Ohio.
L. M. BEMAN.
Sept. 20", 1878.
S. BIDP k GO'S
IS THE PLACE I'O BUY ,
OF ALL KINDS,
MADE by hand, and of Cincinnati
manufacture, the best Furni
ture in the market, and at the
Ijoweat lrice for Cash.
We keep the Latest Styles of all
kinds of Furniture made by skilled
mechanics, and not Old Style Goods
maflc by boys who only receive 50
cents per day.
Wc can- sell a full suit of Parlor
Furniture for $35.00.
AH U oods warranted as repre
sented. Call and see for yourself
berore purchasing elsewhere.
Goods delivered in City or on
boat free of charge.
Do not forget the place, corner of
Court and Third streets,
CONTRACTOR MD BUILDER.
JOBBING IN ALL KINDS OP
Brick fort ani Masonry.
GRATES AND MANTLES
ON SHORT NOTICE.
East side of Second street, two
doors above. Public Square.
Jan. 8, 1880 lv
KLING & DACES
Wish to inform all who may have
anything to do in the Machine Line,
that they are now prepared to do
All kinds of Machine Work,
on abort notice and at prices to suit
I Offer for Sale
THREE or lour very deslrahle Build
ing Lot?, within the corporation
or GalHpoIig.' Size of Lot3 to suit pur
chasers. Terms easy.
W. Wi MILLS.
July 22, 1880 tf
500 Tons of Say,
FOR which the Highest Market Price
will be Paid, when delivered at
tne Ancnor aius.
GEO; W. CLARK.
Sept. 23,.1880. 3rn.
Lovers" or Mackerel will find
ftOelkiag choice in the Deep Sea
U A. 3Eg ID WA H,IB?
STOVES AND TIN-WARE,
COURT ST., Cr,lI,LIIsOMS, .
Oct. 2S, 18S0.
GUI RATES AND I
Ho Side Track for a
Has ransacked the store houses of the East and re
turned with the kee est selection of Fine
Boots and Shoes, Eats and Caps,
for the Shrewd Buyers of this country.
MY FRENCH and CHICAGO KIP BOOTS are the
admiration of the madding crowd. On with the dance,
though auction goods do go down in the crash.
mTTi nm nTmnciTmtf TinnTTn cinrrmu n i t t mm tci n
oi., urruuijui rumnu ouufinii, trjiMiruwD, u
Sept. 1C. 1S80.
GEAPE STEEET, NEAR ALESHIRE'S MILL.
Having purchased a very elegant
are prepared to attend in a first-class manner to all
orders in town or from the country, entrusted to us.
ODE TERMS WILL BE REASONABLE.
Particular Attention Given to the Preservation of Bodies
We have a large assortment of
Metalic Cases and Wooden Coffins
of all styles constantly on hand. June 3, '80.
Pulman Palace Car.
EAGLE DRUG STORE.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS
Perfumery and Eancy Goods.
Mexican Horse and Cattle Powders. Agents for Paciflc Tea Company
- COURT STREET, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.
May 15. 1870.
Hosiery, Notions &e.,
90 1T0ETH HIGE-ST.,
W. Y. MILES.
August 2G, 1880.
H. C, BANCROFT.
FULLER, nUTSINPILUCR CO.
JAMES GATEW00D& C0.,
DKALEnS IN ALL KISDS OF
fjw-Saw mills nnd Lumber Tards on
River EbaJ, cast orMHLCreek; Galllpo
Office Cor. 3d and State Sts. '
Oct; 7, 18S0. tf . v . ,
MILLS & GO'S
Wholesale and Retail Drug Store.
Aug. 12, 1880.
C. M. Fillmore & Co. add to their
Fall Stock of Notions a. nice line of
Aug. 19, 1880 4w
ThoCtiESPpT Tobacco in the city
oan be.found. at L. Z. Cadet 4c Co's, .
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