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Tolnme XLYI. q j? ft ?y J gVflyiJHfcj 1 0 pWWW&Stt, . ' ' JSut fUT Vjbt S? M - " "r ? " : X r ' 'r7fea3HTftS Wff .3 V- -fcmr-M .a. -A Ma '? m r W fq $S . 5fm , Dry Gwmmammm, A scene of activity? never before ydltnessed in Gallipolis! People go in croTvds;dir6ct frtra'aH railroad trains aad steamboats, to this MAMMOTH Tno most ropuiar ueiau holonsin? to a flrst Class House. 'PI. lovrvnef-. flQQnrrmpnt m solnt n u . The few who have failed until to Sthtier jcerifc ; wanderraround town, for the wooriand are happy. . -. , v -j 0&Ladies' and Childrens Cloaks,J)olnians;aild,otherwraps, in this Rp(ihTiProm SE75 to 5Z&.00. Calrand see. -uver sixty cusea oi xjw w x o oiiuuvutficMiuvu The rush for Overcoats-ana Suits complete this season than at'any time heretofore a larger assortment ana better bargains. Remember that Harmison's is Headquarters for Trunks, Valiccs, &c. Great bargains TVnof iJVsV 'Prrinlcs. I 11 Staple goods, such as,Canton Flannels, Cheviot Shirtings, plain and plaid,Flannel8, Jeabsj Bed-tickings, Cottons and Calicoes, are from 10 to 20 per cent less than regular prjees for" cash down. MVEAME A-LOW-' CASH PRICE ON EVERYTHING, but 'do-not attempt, to Receive :our -customers by marking a fictitious judgment. value on gooas. iTov. 11,1880. Store on the .River: because" the' Best Bargains are-found liercun everything from. Prices that no competitor has tha audacity' to-attcomt to match. now to realize the advantages of tradingwhere cash enables them to save 20 and staggered by ttie prices tney Uur sa.uu ana uioaKS compare t ''Cause: a "C o t h: itsf at our present low prices is a perfect xiOok at tne gooas, uear ine pnee, -r . i i j1 1 1 4. tEAKK HAKMIS0N-S ' . Ifew York Store. encounter, come at last to our raraoise . week. "Tho tlijrd.great arrival this wimme Desttnat areonerea atijuu -Good Goods and Low Prices. x tornado; This department is more Fine Zinc, and anu De govcrneu Dy your own good l " . "'rai-iw llVl AmT9H -i RHEUMATIC WAR IS THE Greatest Remedy known for Man or Beast. " .IT im fOPER There is no -pretense about it. as thousands of our tCODNTY CITIZENS will testify to. It subdues Swellings, alleviates .Pain. cures Poisonous Bites and'Sting3; it heals Burns and Scalds without Straightens Bent Limbs, etc,-tc. For Horses it "has no equal; Sore Shoulders; Stiff Joints, &a, and nrice there is on the market, and can are sold, or will bo. sent to any address on receipt ol price, 25 cents. THOMPSON & KERR, Proprietors, Laboratory at .. July 22, 1880. Kerr Bros' Drag Store, cor Court & 3d, Gallipolis, O, OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. enrcs Wounds, Strains, Collar Boils, is the LARGEST BOTTLE for the be found in any Btorc where Drugs WHOLESALE GROCERS. mm, baei wo., Succeesors to HBNKING, ALLEH0NG & CO., "Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, - - - - OHIO Jan. 2, 1879. DO YOU WiWT TO RIDS? We have a large assortment of Carriages, Buggies AND EXPRESS "WAGOETS, Both of our own make and Cincinnati manufacture, which we will sell at UNPRECEDENTED LOW PRICES FOR CASH, notwithstanding tho late advance In material. ' Call and see us. , JAS. VANDEN & SON. Sept; 18, 1879 tf CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Everything abreast of A lie Times. Bring in your produce and get Goods in Exchange. We manufacture a Superior article of Brooms. Will pay you Produce or Cash for your Broom Corn. July 22, 18S0 tf Farm for Sale. fTlHE subscriber offers for sale his JL farm of one hundred and sixteen acres, two miles from Gallipolis', on the U. & w. Va. Kailroad. House, stables and outbuildings good. Por further particulars address or enquire on the premises ol A. P. RODGERS, Gallipolis, Ohio. Sept. 2,1880. Mraier & Maids, ANNOUNCEMENT. T HEREBY respectfully annonce to JL the citizens of Gallipolis and vicin ity that I have purchased recently the well Known of Mr.. .T. L. HAY WARD. I ahaH al ways keep ou hand a full and well assorted stock of 1UKE DRUGS, Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glass and Fancy Goods. Also a well selected stock of Wines aud Liquors for Medical Purposes, Cigars, To bacco, &c, And L hope by strict and faithful at tention to business, to merit a liberal share of the public patronage. MR, HAYWARD will assist me for some time to come, while settling up hia own business, and. will he glad see his friend's. Respectfully, J. H. SCIIAAF. Practical German PharmacUt. Aug. 25, 1SS0. OHIO BLUE SOLPM SPRIGS! Wear Kygerville, GALLU OOTTNTY, O. HAVING leased the above property for a term of years, I take pleasure in announcing to tue public that such progress has been made in fitting up and Improving the buildings and spring as to enable me to entertain regnlar boaruen and transient visitors. Those seeking a restoration of health will llnd here a varietv of as rood mineral and other water us the world nffords; pure air. beautiful scenery, lovuly roaming groves, and healthy diet. nose seening recreation ana innocent amuse ment, will have everr Dossible effort made to gratify their wishes. iae enxeixtmmeas 01 excursion panics win be made a specialty of this season. X fine airy hall, refreshments and music will be fur nished on short notice; also stabling and feed for horses. Dr. JOHNSON, who resides neartbc SDrlnsrs and has been prescribing the water in his prac tice for several years, kindly offer, his advioe u visitors in regain to tue use of tne water this season free or charge. D. R. JACOBS. July22,.18S0 tf HENRY LEVOGSTOX. Fine TVIncs ana Liquors, Cboice Brands of Cigars. oysTers Served In every style during the sea eon; also for sale by the'quart and can'. COURT STREET, NEAit SECOND. Oct. 7, 1880. Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, Court' St., .Gallipolis, 0. The best Stock, arid the lowest pricee,,of any&ouse inwnfeAll wVif y , eftllaM,see' 83 ' April 177 1879." U A DruG SimE L. at BANKING. OHIO V ALLEY y BANK, GAXIilPOUS, OHIO. Cash Capital, 9 1 OO.OOO. ISDIVll)irALLlABIliTY. A. HENKING, President. J. T. HALLIDAY, , , Vice-President.-. c."W.henking;: - .. : Cashier. DIRECTORS : A. Henkino, . Wa. Shober, tli x. uxu.it AY, C. D. Bailkv, C. W. Hsxking "Deals in Government arid Galli polis City Bonds. Makes collections on' all points and issues Drafts on prlncl pal cities in tne United States and Europe. . Banking hours from 9 A. AT. to P.M. BANK, GALUPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombc, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Alcshire, Jos. -Hunt, John Hutsinpillerj J. S. Blackaller. Buys Gold, Silver, II, S, Bonds, Cou pons, and Government Securities of all kinds. Bank open from 0 A. M. to-3 1. Mi JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. M. BKJUN" a. G. IVKLLKR, Pres't. Vice Pres't. m. e. bkuan Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank OF THURMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $100,000. BANK OP CIRCULATION, Dis count and Exchange. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Good paper purchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for sale, Banking hours from 0 to 13 and from lto4. DIRECTORS: . M. Eeman. S. O. Keller, Ptrmtlia Wood, J. C. Grots, JB. P, Porter. MILLING. a ALESHIRB & CO BIALHS IS Flour, Wheat, iffm-Feed, fcc. CASH FOR" WHEAT, EUKEKA MILLS, GALLIPOLIS. OHIO. Farm For Sale. I OFFER my farm of 200 acres for 'sale. It is located five miles trom Gallipolis, has on it a good frame dwelling house, with eight rooms, cellar, pantry, and g663 well of water the door. For furtbeigfrartlculars apply to me. CLAKATifflOKTOS: Aug. 5, 1880. Will hereafter, give speciai, attention to SURGERY, ORSTETRICS, and the diseases CHILDREN. July S, 1880. of WOMEN and Bargains. WAGONS built and repaired, at my shop, three miles west of Ewing ton. JAMES CRAIG. Aug. 12, 1880 ly if Selected for the Gallipolis Journal. Selected for the Gallipolis Journal. Courage to do Right. To mtcrihpc; irotf ct a fried. Or face a cannon 111. ToWortaonenero,,. no foremost in the right- V " Bnt-Oo we always manifest, mm-' Her Syren songliassunify$ To care not for .the" hanjexing'yoiies, The jest, or sttidied'sligStjO-' Content if we can only .riavo The couraze to do righfif To step aside from faaioa's course. Or custom's iavored plan ; To pluck an outcast from tho street, Or help a fellow man? If not then let ns nobly try, henceforth, with alLbnr'mlght; In every case to muster up The U do fTghtl HOME MISSION. Bribery by Kissing. From the New York Times. During the recent campaign a Brook lyn girl wrote -a letter to General Gar- nelu, lir which sue saw: "ro-nignt l bought' a"vote. Gdess how!' T prom ised to kiss the gentleman every day for a year, and two other of ray friends have given, up the Democratic tlcket.for ten kUcs.apiece. I shall , be very mtich surprised if j-ou are not " elected." What reply Geri. Garfleld made to this pleasant bit of Information Is not known, but there is no record that he rebuked the young lady for her per sonal canvass In his behalf, or that he even uiscountaneea tno use oi ner charms In such a liberal manner to enhance the success of the Republican ticket. The prurient prude3 and stern moral ists and persons past kissablc age will unquestionably regard the action of this young woman as a species of brib ery anil us illegal trninoing in votes though we .are uot aware that there is aav. statute that can send thebrjucuto a "dungeon cell," or brand the accepter ol the verv pleasant douceur as a sub ject for popular IndlgnailDii or person tl censure. There was certainly nothing underhanded, or sneaking, or behliu the back, as In the case of ordinary bribing, where a vote is bought with monev. for the parties to the bribe had to transact their little operation face to face. Again, in ordinary DTlbery tljere s alwaj-s something substantial and tangible conveyed that may. be found upon the person, or that he may pro duce1 as evidence that he has been brided, but In this case thcro is nothing that may be found upon tne person ot the party of the "second part, nothing that he can show In court to provo the euilt of the party of the llrst part. If unythliltr is conveyed it certainly dis appears' In the very act of conveyance, and It even makes no diiference how many times tho bride' is proffered and accented. There is evidently no con luerution -in tue transaction, it- is evanescent, ephemeral, and ethcrlal In cverv sense. The giver loses nothing; the accepter gains nothing. Looking at the matter In Its purely legal aspect, is certain that if the transaction Is lllearnl there i no legal method of stopping It. That has already been de cided in tho Scotch case of McTavIsh vS. McTavish. It was a contest for a Parliamentary seat, and the children of tho defendant were accused or buying votes with kisses. One oi the Mc Tavish girls, a buxom, strapping wench, testified on the stand that she had ''kissed tho whull toon," anil as she wus of a business turn of mind and was determined to seo that the votes which she had bonht were de livered, she kept a list of the recipients of her favors. Tho list was prouuoed and the flrst name was that of the Judge on the bench, who. blushing red as a lobster, declared It unnecessary to read the rest of tho list. The Donald, the son, produced a list of women he had been kissing, the first of whom was the complainant's wife, who fainted dead away on the spot. Thisended the reading ot tne list, rue .j tinges were divided in opinion until the vener able Lord Draplnlhep, whoso daughter was ongagcu y nonaui, won uiimu ovcr to ills view ana delivered tue decision, hich concluded with these words: Therefore, we llnd that kissing is not braiberie, but an occasion for merri ment. Solvuntur tabula; rlsn." Gen. Garfield may have had these suggestions in his mind, which would account for his silence, or he may have thought that this species of bribery was so common that it would he unfair single out one case for censure. It will .bo remembered that the young woman says In her letter; "I shall be very much surprised if you're not elected." Now, she only bought three otes, one for 365 kisses and two for ten kisses apleco. These certainlv could not elect Gen. Garlleld or even uspire her with conlldencc that he nuld be elected. It lollows that she must have known of other cases of a similar kind In New York and Brook lyn, and she may even have been a member of some secret organization banded together to corrupt the ballot box by thU insidious and highly re prehensible practice, which the most superficial observer will see Is fraught witn uanger to repuuuean institutions, Is one of those secret, behind the door machinations calculated to undo' the best laid schemes of the most astute politicians. The large. Increase, of the Republican vote In New York and Urooklyn Is also strongly corroborative testimony to the existence of such a deep laid plot, by no means conllncd to the one girl wlio laiu ner charms upon the: altar of her country and willingly sacrificed her favors for votes. If am urn and Hewitt and the rest ot the Democratic gang who are howling fraud so lustily will go to work and apprehend this dangerous creature and set their detectives to work to find the other nefarious wretches who tliU3 boldly set their faces against the foe, they may possibly discover the real fraud that was practiced. In any event Gen. Garfield does not reward his fair canvasser with one of the best ostofllccs In the land he will run the risk of bring stigmatised as "a horrible creature" by all woman kind. Is as tno is can in onp Its He as to 15 all and At to "Life Senators." N. Y. Evening . Pott. Senator Blaine says truly that to create life Senators would De to violate that pledge of the Constitution. which secures to each State an equal representation In the Senate. The proposition to provide in some dignified way for er-Presldents originated In mawkish sentimentality, hich deserved only to be laughed at. . be for Poor Prophets. liron (0.) Beacon (.Sep.) Where are the men who predicted thatjusfag soon, as Garfield was elected John Sherman wonld let go the bond market, and Gov ernment securities would drop In no time? The fact ig, bonds have gone up amazingly since the election. not QUEER HAPPENINGS. QUEER HAPPENINGS. Some Very Peculiar Occurrences QUEER HAPPENINGS. Some Very Peculiar Occurrences at Different Times and Places. A. Bucks connty, Pennsylvania, man has 'Just. euded a. lawsuit ot 42 years .und.n.nd recovered si cents dam- A Jare Wrd atKeokat, Iowb, Jartcd A Woman ill Marshall nnilnt-- TTnaia whojs enjoying her fifth husband, lost ner nrsciwo ny nanzine tnrou-h.vi? I- anco committees, a third wa3 sent to the penitentiary, and tho fourth committed suicide. As .Tared DInsham was shakin? $1,500 in gold under the nose of a steam tug owner in. the Detroit river, en deavoring to tempt mm tojtako 4uat amuuui. lur uis ixiac, cue lug StruCK a steamer and the clltterlng gold was the property ot inensues. A isconsiii cow. with a nerslstent enngh that baffled the skill of a veterinary surgeon to care. died, and upor) opening her windplpo b; discover me cause oi tne irritation there was found in the upper Dart of the luri? a live sinpcu irogor oruinarv size; Eleven children at four births was the 'feat of Mrs. Scannel ITIckson, of Shararoclr, Mo. First birth, three; second and third, two each, and at the last" Interesting occasion there were four, all the latter helngallve aud doing wen. icn out or tne eleven are alive. In Richmond, Va., an old colored woman has been going to the depot dally for many vear3 to meet the -in coming trains, looking- for a letter con taining?- Alter tue war sne aid the washing for a soldier, and when he went away he declared that he . would return and bring the money or send It hi a letter. An event orohahlv without Drecedent in railway annals has just happened -at rrovins. a passenser train leavlnsr Paris at 8:20 o'clock p. m. arrived. safe ly at Its destination, but on getting down to let the passengers out of the cars iuo guard whs astounded to nmt neither passengers nor passenger cars. Thev had forgotten to hook the cars on at raris. While riding horseback, John B)er, of Alden, Iowa1, saw coming from tha sky a ball of Are, apparently about the size ot a flour barrel. He was paralyzed with fear, and saw the globe strike the head of the animal he rode, when -he faiirted. Upon coming to his senses he louna mat tne norse was dead, tne ncad of the animal being seared as if by a reu-unc iron. An aged and wealthy Milwaukee widower found a wife by a queer method. In a collce-srlnuintr mill In Chicago a-female packer-placed In-several 'bundles of coffee a card saying that 'any gentleman matrimonially in- cuneu mignt aaurcss ner. 'me wiuower found the card while preparing his lonely" breakiaat afiev 'a Quarrel with his housekeeper, and now the Chicago gin ig jus. Wear the camp of'tho work on me new toll road, near Yankee Forks, Nev. quite a curiosity was recently found It, was a mountain ram's head deeply Imbedded In a nine tree, and about six feet from tho ground, Tho right horn outside and puiia partly around the tree, while the front of the skull and most of the left horn is covered with tue growtn ot wood. I tie tree is a thrifty pine, 15 inches through. How that rain's head camo there will always be a mystery to scientists. About midnight, just after the acci dent of tho Consolidated Imperial mlnp, jNcyaus, tne who or Aiattnew winnte was found on her way to the works. She said she had been awakened Just before by her husband, who camo .all mangled to her and told her he had been killed in tho mine. She got up, dressed herself aud started to ascertain the truth ot what she was only too well convinced was true. There had In reality been a fearful accident: Mr, a Winnie was Indeed killed, and trembling woman went back to her children aud her desolate home. As John B. Coyner, a farmer rcsldlne near jraicsune, inn., was watering lllno qows at a pump trough, recently, they their legs would carry tbem. The cause of the sudden freak was a mvs- tery to tho hired man. but it wa3 not long before he was let Into what ap peared to be tho secret of the stampede. Suddenly, although the sky was clear and the atmosphere still, a voune eylone. not over 20 feet In breadth, darted down from the sky, and, striking pai-ui near tne piimn, twisted off live large beeph tiees as though they were weed. in Lincoln county, iNevaJa. there Is a spring of ice-cold wa.ter (liat bubbles up over a rocK auu disappears on the other side, and no one has been able to find ivhero the water goes.- At another point In the same county Is a large spring, about twenty feet square, that apparently only some eighteen inches ueep, witn a sanity Dottom. rue sand be plainly seen, but on looking closer it is perceived that this sand Is a perpetual state of unrest and no bottom has ever been foipid. It Is said that a teamster, on reaching this spring day, ueccVPU by ita apparent shal iQwness, conpluded to soak one or his wagon wheels to cure the looseness of tire. Ho took It off and rolled It the, as he thought, shallow water. never laid his eyes on that wagon wheel again. This Is the coldest November In the memory or the oldest settler In Col orado. On the 16th tho mercury went low as SQ dcirreea below ero. The report of the TJnited States Signal Ser vice shows the minimum thermometer have been 13 degrees below, and the maximum for twenty-four hours 7 de grees above. At 0 o'clock In the raorn- ngontue J7tn tne meronry Indicated degrees helow. The sun was out in Ita splendor during the entire day. uot a welt or oloud was to be seen. 8 o clock the mercury had droDDed 15 degrees belovv. I B D 0 I N E S The Press and John Sherman, From the Ohio State Journal (Rep.) The sentiment is univorsal on the of the Republican press of Ohio, well nigh universal throughout the Union, that Secretary Sherman should retained in the public service. The State Journal was among the flrst to give expression to that sentiment, and some weeks ago it was taken to task expressing, it outof season; Sher man will remain In the public service until he peremptorily declines to serve any,:longer. That much may be regard as settled. John Sherman. "Detroit Tott anS- Tribune Vtifjplt John Sherman (Is not to be In the next cabinet and) wants to be Senator from Ohio no' man ought to stand In the waVj. because he wants the place,' hut because the country needs him, y is ' ' " r: "" 'IMIwi1iv'l J1!. .-.jl'I I W HH UmBM WAUUlABUI B WWW . i , smmmmmi Are now being placed upon the Counters of S. BROS I US' Xiarge Dry PUBLIC Large shipments of receivedr-this. week: Canton and Wool -Flannels at the lowest noint. themarket. Special Bargains in Blankets and heavy We display this week thing we have ever had. 200 doz. Ladies and Gent's Underwear at prices Way Down. All willrhe sold at our one unapproachable CHEAP PRICE in plain figures. 'Oct. 58, 1880. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS MIS 8 BHU'S PUBLIC SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. "We will mention a Women Kip Double Solo Polka W.. Women I Kip Grained Standard Sere".? Bals. 81. Onr uoraular 2.50 and 3.00 Winter Boots always in be excelled anywhere. Big Rubber Boots and $hoe Nov. 18, 1880. BARGAINS Goods Establishment, SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, XXHIO. stable Drv Goods. Dress Fabrics. Novelties nnrl filnnl-a a new line of Ladies Dress ARE CONSTANTLY ARRIVING AT few of the many bargains received in the last few davs: stock of Men and Boys Winter Caps. OF ?! SEASON ' and the nlifiiiriest JeaM in Woolen Goods. Novelties whinh unrnma nv s. imosrus. AMD CAP Unlincd Bals. 51. Women stock which we clitim nnnnnt. in all Sizes. BROSIUS & BAUCHOIA38". Sign of the Gold Boot. DRUGGISTS. P A c H :rr S W w w O o "2! O "3 go T E N "So. Sr.-5.2:J E M I C s5 o o a. 2 a T gel astos-sst a 3 0 S5 M a .3 a Af WS? I 2.3 s a?a3" A L a a S3 " 22 3r;2 ' S3 I5si '-5 3 S O 2.S3 gsS ZSs:is'? 2- asri & h.s sS a s Be, a W 9 8' 1 Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. 20, 1880. HOMER C. JONES. S. W. JONES JONES & JONES, A.ttoinoj-H-at-H.av, GALLIPOLIS, O. Office Formerlj' occupied by R. S. Watldell, on Second Street. June 10, 1880 ly SIMEON NASH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, .Office at resldeuce, Front Sr., above Dufour Hdtise, Gallipolis. Onio. The Genuine Pearl Shirt for sale at,BradyJbdry,prl8 1 1-.00- knojrn (q be the best skirt made. An&,l!M8spT-4 SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN 1832. Manufacturer and Dealer in SADDLES, BRJDLESo Haraoas, Collars, Wagon and Buggy Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, ' LAP ROBES, DUS.TERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Cnrry-Cpmhs Horse-Brushes, &c. COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, 0. t7Repalring promptly attended to. Prices to suit the timcs.p S. M. Brandyberry THE COURT STREET AKD DEALER IK Furnishing Goods and Hats. April 3, 1879. J. R. S AFFORD. T. S. Brown. DPS. SAFFORD & BROWN, DENTIS1S, OFFICES, SECOND ST. Aug. 14, 1879. POMEROY COAL. Full supply always on hand. Also, constantly on hand, the best Kanawha Lump, Nut and Slack Coal, the cheapest in the market. My facilities are such that 1 can supply these coals, at any landing, by the float or barge load, and at prices to accommodate consumers. Office, at the landing opposite the Dnfour House. ' Good Coal 1 cents por bushel J. HAMILTON, Agent The best Hangbag Lamp ta marked at Bovle, Pitrat & Co. the at ' 1862 GEO. HOUSE, 1879 ClUCESSOR to the Old Established iVgency of R. L Stewart. Fire. In- land, Marine, Life and Accident In Assett. su ranee. iEtna, nartford, Conn... Continental, New York.. Insurance Co., North 16,863,522 19 3,327,772 00 America, Philadelphia, organized 1794 6,552,009 00 Underwriters Agency, New York 3,302,636 00 yuueu ui .Liverpool, Assets III U. k3a. ... ......... Amazon, Cincinnati German American, New TTor If British Amorican,Toron to.Canada, U. S. Branch, Travelers, Life aud Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. Niagara, New York FIremans Fund. San Fran 1,634,791 00 003,317 00 2,471,731 00 671,445 00 4,595,445 00 1,329,653 10 cisco 761,221 00 Pennsylvania, Philadel phia 1,855,233 00 May 8, 1873 GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in eroceric, (JonrcctieRarieSj ProvisioMSj &c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfullyasks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at his establishment and exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles to be found In a FAMILY GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES aro large and complete ; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c. By strict attention to business, selling at small profits, I hope to merit a share of public patronage. OYSTERS by the can and half can of the best quality, and warranted to oe iresn. COUNTRY PRODUCE of all kinds wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid. C. SEMON. It yon are in need, of Stove Re pairs call on Xling & Dages and they; will fit you out. '