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" Terms: -$1 50 tn advance, or ?2 lit t&e end of theycsr. .Editor GjVLLIPOIiIS, THURSDAY, .DEC. 2, 1880. " The JouKtAtVill be .found on sale or inn rsrvji K nTUKb ul 1 1 - mtt.i.. where also can bo had, at P. if. each day of publication, the Cincinnati Vaiiy uazenc, vommer cialjEnquircr, and where also stitiscrTntion'sTor either of the'-ita lies 6i?Weekltes may He left. ' Dr.-iA Brers. Ohio's effldet.Se(- retary of the Stato Boara of Charities has been ofl'ered the chaplaincy of the State Prison of Massachusetts. lie, will Jr - , a, . ; ( tl iiMpnt: i. ' ksccretlrv . Sne'rman Estimates that 298,502,722-28 swill-be required for the support of the Government for the next fiscal year. f O'Brien pleads guilty to au indict ment foriwfjnrjn the. Chinese-letter forgery case. . g$ ; . !- Seo advertisement of Now York Ob server. This Is.'onejbf the besfamiiyj papers -published. JThe youngJinrt the old will find It alike profitable. They., are tulklngr"more; of "ftemo- cratleTra1on,.,.Bird-'les"s of Republican i fraud3, in New York, as the cause of Hancock losinz the btate. -Democrats excel in everything". T The attention, of. the Tpaders of the JouRxaL is directed to the advertise mentof the Harper & Brothers publica- dons. " hi their several depar'tmehts they rank rlrst in the list of similar niibllcations. Now Is the time to sub- Bcrlbe. f t A railroad to connect the Mississippi Valley with: the City xf-Mexico Is re ceiving the attention of capitalist?, Such a road would be. of great commer cial interest to the United .btatesaaat Is bellevedlt would hi e'quivaient'to'tlie- acnnlsitlon of the trade of Mexico, -which now is dijideik among some of. the "EuroDean States. The friends of the enterprise are sangiiine of success The' Comptroller of tho Currency makes the circulation of the country, NoV--affollows": J 2(atlonalBank notes. Iiegal Tender'nofes . . Gold coin.' .. Silver' coin Total .,$312,053,431 . 346,681(016 . 454;012j030 . 158,271,327 .'$f,301,027,824 Secretary Sherman's position regard Ing his canaidacy. for SenatorIs thus deflned iri5i letter to Capt, L. D, Myers, Columbus: ' I intended, to say to you that While I could make 'no personal "effort to secure the place of Senator, I would, gladly accent-It. and if elected, would taitn fully servo tho people of Ohio in that truly JOHN SHERMAN. An entiro passenger train on the B. fc O. R. R, near Cumberland, Md.. Saturday, was thrown from tho track by a Broken rail, and went down an embankment, a distance of 80 or 90 feet. Several lives' lost, and many wounded. This (Wednesday) is the day for the meeting of the Presidential Eleo tors, in all the States. TT; S. Forgey, Esq. , Prosecuting At torney of Xawrence County, died at Ironton last week of kidney disease, The" Ironton papers are full of kind -remembrances of him. He .was at the time of nis death .engaged to -be married to Miss Ella Kerr,:daughter of the late Cant. W. n. Kerr, of the steamer Buckeye State- We were well ac quainted with Mr. Forgey, aud cheer fully second the language of the Iron' ton .Register, which says, "He was of a jolly disposition, and had a kind, cheer- fid word for. all." Rev. J. H. Gardner, in his funeral service, said of him, "He had "a kindly word and open hand and a pleasant smilo for everybody." Mr. Fdrgey was1 big hearted and true; we. shall miss and iever forget him. ' - Pros. A(t'y White deserves great credit for his management of criminal prosecutions during, the recent term of court. He handled himself with tho familiarity ami ease, of a veteran, and didn't lose a criminal case during the term. He is A 1. -Baker, For the Journal. Gallia Furnace Gleanings. November -taelarioboly days arc gone, the "freezing polar breeze has left only the remembrance jbf its sad"wailing""mhds." " All nature is clbllicil in a mantle of pure white; and woe, wo say, to the rabbits and foxes, for their day of visitation draweth nigh: "No one crazy and much rejoicing overf the' result of election. There was strenuous efforts made by both parties prior to the election toisecure' full vote. ThefDempcrats held their owij, Republicans, ,lo3t two on ac count of sickness and removal. It is 8till'fumored that the Spring field and Southern Ohio Co., intend to extend their line from Jackson C.U. to Center Station, Lawrence conhty, 'running through Greenfield along the Dirty Face Valley. ! Corn in good demand; much or the corn crop .in tbe-Soatbem part of the township being totally de stroyed by tho hail storm that passed along last August. Prof. Hughes, of Centreville, is rendering his aid in developing our musical talent. Mr. IJugbes is a good vocalist and ventriloquist. ' Old Gallia still in blast and mak ing good iron'; Mr. Royer, the clerk, is a stalwart, active Republican. What has become of our corres pondents? Where is Patrick O'Brien and bis numerous relatives' at 2 3 DE SOTO. Hutchinson &' Bald ridge is the on ly firm "that, sell the GENUINE OL; 1VER CHILLED PLOWS and; TOINTS in Gallia Co., Ohio, and Mason Co., WI Va. 2 In-purchasing-always look-forJlbe saae OLIVER on tke'bean. 4 ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Now twhcnTir. comes down from the P'int aaS gets belated, he can int down the 'number In kis rear . . i t t "i " ! n i.. uj tonal note dows aau No-more Bteefting onope corn. J5. SjSbbp,atf.S.B9p.4?Co. with a severe accident Monday moraine: He was working a cut-off saw. A p:ece of wood catisht in the band' and stooping bcuSitb3tlie bench to extricate it he drew the saw over and on -bis headt cutting a gash from the forehead straight over the crown of the sKnii, measuring Blxrinftftea;-. Probing by .Drs. Mills anfc,GHth'riq, indicated tbat t fia&jiat extended to the IiBinem braise hi "Uie brain, tlie onljf danger,! arising from the wound, sayaDr Mills, is the communication Of in flammation to this membrane: orange orchard bears this year. Prn. Att'tr Piiwp.1I rif .Tackson. T) ...... ,, r .t - waB in town, Tuesday; amoug his friends. He is a brillant and pronv lllng, brides a good.lookiugySalg man. 'Hff:ia a so'tbr-'SquifeTowpll. m " t'- Dr;Needham4fhna ;family and J.tt Wjlliamsjjilf leaveorFlprid1about te fibl OfiD'ecjiinter.. Doctoria F : ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Peculiarly Sad Death. MrsrJnoT. Hampton died Satur day morning of peritonitcs, in the 22d- year of herge..0 aday flhe'gave birth to"av2hildJ Puerperal convulsions followed with inflamma-. tfon, rendered" her case! aopeleW She, was hurried on Sunday in Gailipolis Cemetery, the funeral' ser vices being conducted at the M. E. Ciinrch by Revs. C iFi Chreightdn and M. B. Wilson, before a large audience of sympathizingfrlends. flirs..JiumpM)D, neeuuary r..iruutrt, bad been a bride but a year, antici pating; bright-, future for jierself and family in the new residence being constructed by Mr. Hampton She 3raa a bright,- che'erfuriadj: of good sense. Her mother was in at tendance at JivTv;lat; hojurs.. We sympathize with the stricken bus band. (jJTcArthur papers please copy. . ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Peculiarly Sad Death. Roll of Honor. Hiau School: Wh give below the names aridreipectlve "standings fof those ioee averages-- auring tne last uwo months In deportmsnt and studies have. been 95 .or upwards: v Joseph Haptonstall.v'..? ; .-..: 95 Vadle Summers 95 Jno. A. McClellaUi 90 Coralsmart,-..;. Annas Gllraore..'.. Maggie Mills. . , Jiimma neuer . . Christie Kerr, i'. . ii . NelUg MerHman...'?. icnu. McCIellan:..1. .. Lovena'Allison'. . . .- r. . .f Julia Phelps Clara Caverllc. -Alice Dufour. 98.5'- Ltira -Moore. . '. : , 98.5 Grace Lyon 99 LIda liove 99.3 Lctta-Alllson.., ...t Up.6, Nellie Dages 99.9, i.ti wa , V . 97 . f i, 117 5 97 97.C 98 38, a. J. H. PHILLIPS ROWENA P. COOK Roll of Merit. Third Gkads. Nattle Blake, Li titia Mills,-Hnrtie Lowry, Eva Sher-. iff, Willie Davidson,Katie "Gibbard. f Trobridgc, Olive Gilpin, Josephine Eisenm'ann, Grace Shcpard, Harry Badgely, Arthur Williams, David Bertha Dilie, Ella. Mtillord, Lillie Mullineux. Charles Pfeiffer. Willie Sclienk, Harry Smith. Bertha Rinderle, Charle3 Guthrie. FLORA COMSTOCK A summary of repor'.s.j)f Uallipolls Union Schools for- the' week ending November 24th. ' - m CENTRAL BUILDING. Enrdllmetifi tvT ...iCSO .Tj605 ... 45 ... 98 ..1! Average' daily attendance".- ausence Per cent. of attendance." Cases,, of tardiness.. DISTRICT SCHOOLS. ... 144 ... 132 ... 12 ... '92 18 Enrollment...? i... .s. Average dally attendance.'.".. .". " auscnco.i Per cent: of 'attendance. Cases of tardiness COLORED SCHOOLS. Enrollment 19C Average.dally attendance 160 " " absence 36 Perceut. of attendance 82 Cases of. tardiness ... 11 Nbs. iVS'l,-s:a.' 7. 8: '9 'had' no'casel tardiness. The .following-were the visitors for the week: Col. L. Z. Cadot. Ira Booton; Chas.- Walters, Morgan Tp., ana u, o. auor. l-arenis anu inose lnteresuui m tne Schools, come to sen us; it will iln vnn j;uuu anu uur sonoois, too M. E. HARD Cincinnati Market. Coen New- ear' held at'4748c, shelled new 47c. Sates 500 bush. Yellowrshelledfiid, at 50i'c;500.'buslr m!hf nlof-f.n -Krin-" K.t; shelled a3 47c . Wheat Light offerin2s, and prices firm for best grades. Sales of -350. bush mixed at $1 07, 500" hush Red: $1 10, 500 bush No. 2 Red at $10S, the whole range iu .prices- $1 071'10. Hods' There was a pretty steady trade most of the week;; 'At'the cjoso, tua uiuveu:eaivtasuQyr aiidjiue mar- ket weak. Common offered at S3S6 4 25, fair to 'good jigh 4 30 45, fair to irood nackinsr M 60 4 .lia, selected butchers 60 , 70. Cattij: Market stead v for thei Ijetterqualities.'-'but slow -and-weak forlow-grades, t,he general .range, of prices belng.as follows: Common ib fair shippers $44 45, and good to choice do $4 655 25, good to choice butcher grades J bo4 Jo. fair to medium $2 753 25, common $2 50 good, tp. choice Cows, $3 50. 85, good to Choice Hejfers. $3 60- 4, common, .to fair Oxen $2 50 25, and.fiood to. choice. do S3, 50 ,40,.;iight sto:ker31,i2 253. and feedlag.steers $3j!3 .05; The Toup Celebkated Brands of Virginia chewPng, manufactured , by rhillips,can-(be.ibadal I. Z. Cadot S'Xis' -e;BB'lCSyaa"'i" wtfrj--w .pint ed; la. in News. Tkes, rivers and canals. west, are closed "with Ice, and naviga- closed "with tlon generally suspended,. A cruMde gala: Me Jews is Jrt valtlng In GermaDy. - tig jecn VicfeWa seps tofFrest Hrei a., present in Uj&ormsf a -sfredeakiaade'lrouvm Her of-'tfie war vesiel Resolute: . James L. Pueh i tho new Senator from Alabama. War ls"bellet! toiby'lrieTltahle be; iween Abyssinia and- Egypt. - Hancock's majority dverGirfleld Ib New Jersey is TJbie North?"? PuclQc .Bxilroad .Confc pany has secured a loan of $40,000,000, which insures the bgikila&aMhe road tngk4hejBclflcf ? mmtiVM fished hMklnkl-lwslwisof corn frem nine Hon. John Hall, of Mason county W. "Va., was struck with paralysis, last week, , and he is reported In a 7 very crltiail conditlnh. , T s i f Moodr'sml Sankey are having, o'ver- flowlnghoakes andjwaria cp-operati WSanFTancisco.A u Petty burglaries are all the rage in .and abouthilIcotke. " Mrs; X'eiies Brown", a colored woman died at BronBOn. Monday, said "to be aflMi lU- years. A. P JCrsCong, aged about 81 years, living near- wesr. Alexanariajrcwe to ueain .Monday night. x f;. 'm CTwKundred ahff fifty.Uyet were lost by a collision between two steamers off the coast of Italy. C. Ss kitig. of ssj,haa cleared tlljJBS fro 20.820bushels'' of wheat grown on a l,27tf-acre Held. terrible cold snap set in in Ohio, lasting until Febrdary 14 C. W. FterofF(MtorIa, fatlier of Governor Foster; was. eighty, years, of ageSuiday.v i i. Alfred;Galtiieri an old ahd, prominent citizen of Cincinnati, died in new YorJc 'TaVt week. - . . , - r Maine5 give? Garfield a majority of 8.2C3 over Hancock. The total yote In lndlaja In 'October was 470,738;. In, Noveiuber It, was, 4(0, G93 a difference of only thirty-nine votes, a General Georgo' B. Critt'end'en, of Kentucky, died Saturday at the rcsl dence of his sister, Mrs. C. C. Young, at' Danville. A dispatch, from Liverpool, reports the outbreak of a terriblft; war at New Calaba, attended eriea. with fearful butch lGarfietd'rp1'nrallty InwTsconsTn :artaiwkestof ereat violence- have shaken portions of British Columbia. XThe Republican majority on joint hnllnt in.th.e Colorado Legislature will be fifty-three. ; - News. Court Report. rf TheNovember Teifrfttoe. Court of, .(mraonjE1eaa.ayioBnied Thur8- 7 n L. . - . - - asy- evening..;-, ino ionowing dusi niisfl as ehown-lby rthe Journal was done since our last. report: Mary George ya John Smeltzer et aj.Sundrygujdgmentaand decree to sell real estate. The present Sheriff was ordered to raakoa'deed'in ?the case of Samuel Watson and'others, heirs of .Nehc taiab Wood vs. Chas-Wood, M.'E; Hawkins V3. The Oliio Val ley Bank. Judgment for .$472 55. Augusta Gilmore ys. Heenan Wangli-iudgment fori$300.; - , josepn ueu vs. Aiizaoeui iverr. Judgment for $318. State vs. Sam'lE. Layne. Assault and battery; fined $1.; T. S. & H. N. Ford vs. T. W Hampton et al. Rc-appraisement ordered. J. H. Morgan-vs.. T. S. .it .Ht N, FpnU, Judgment for $171 45. Morgan. Mollohan fet al, vs. Henry Miller et al. Eeferred to' D. W. Jones, special master. Wesley B. Guthrie vs. Marlin E Brown. Judgment of $12 for plain tjff; costs after tender adjudged araihst nlaihtiff. Tbi Board .of Conn tv Commissioners vs. The City of Gailipolis. Judg ment for defendant; exceptions 'tak en. ( . Henry Swindler's ox'r vs. J. H; M, Montgomery et al.- Sale confirmed and deed ordered. Robert F. Bostlc vs. Jacob- G, Webster. Dismissed ,at plaintiff !s C08U . :DJ ArSwanson ve. John Glanvill. Dismissed at plaintiff's cost. Jolinv. Buck Ys. Wesley F. Cher? ington. Report of master set aside. State v. Daniel Boone Daily. Recognizance forfeited. .State i vs. Baxter ? and .Shnnkle: Same. Jobn l'riostley'a ex'rs Vs. James Wf-Rader et al. Sale confirmed antj. proceeds distributed. ' '. Hajnilton Hay vs. B. F. McCall etall Homestead to McCall set aside; con firmation to Lusher. ' J. ,J. Cadot & Bro. ve. Frederick Henkel. Dismissed at defendant's cost. Chaa. Semon vs. The- City of -Gailipolis. Judgment of Mayor , affirm sentence of Mayor stayed; pe titfpn.in.erroc.to District court. Ludwelf J. Xangley, jr., vs. John Gilnian. Judgment for defendan . V(mt A Lassell yIUleV.'thV mas Jk'Co. 'Money ordered depos ited in' First National Bank, and Shackind Boatmau ordered to come and show their right to it Costs. The following are the costs the penitentiary cases at the last ternTof'courC'wbich 'come back to the coijnty from the Stetl: James W..Erwin... .$267 37 Van Spence . t", lt7 72 George L. Ritz I...' 158 07 LivingstotvSKeeney, ... 67 ;65 ;ToUlM,.t . ...;.5jM) 81 fit Hie cWBbpss? Tobacco ii tbewy caV of 'Hob.'.H& Neal has. received, over I fifty Jctt'or' from' jkomin'en't public i men, congratulating him upon his triumphant election. Among these, &K letters from. Gen. Garfield, Sccre-'': tary. Slienaan, Ben. Butterworth and otkors. Mrs. Ncal has also received a congratulatory letter from Mr3. Gen. Garfield. Iron ton JRegutir." " Correct. The Columbus Journal says: - Here- in -Ohio a large" majority of the newspapers and public men, who favor the election of. Mr. bherman to ,tbo. Senate, do.so not because of op position" to Governor Foster, or any otber'Senatorial aspirant, but be cause of cr settled conviction that the licpublican party and the country need ike Secretary's services for four or six years longer. There are but few of them who would not rejoice to know that Sherman is to le re tained as Secretary of the Treasury for four years more. Don't waste your time and money on other remedies. Dcnig's Cough Balsam ,neyer fails to cure. No medicine yet that has ever been sold Is equal to this for curing a cold ; All difficult breathing and tightness oj cheet Is promptly relieved, and the. patient has rest. Dec. 2 2w Guyan Erect. Ah election for Justice of the Peace occurred in Gu'yaii township Saturday. The following is the result: J. L. Stevers, R.. 180 ; N. Burnett, D 129 Republican majority.... ul Is this another case of "bought out right?" . .. The Chinese must go, and so must every body else afflicted with the' neuralgia, to the nearest druggist and procure, a bottle of White's Nehralgia Cure one of the most val uable medical discoveries of the day. Its success is wonderful. r Probate Court. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Jno. J. Cougheuour and Serepta J. Bwanson. Henderson Colwell and Caroline Raw lings. Win M. Furgeson and Sarah 8. Wey. Isaac Lambert and Kate McMlllen. Peter McMullen and Alice A. Vandcn. Phillip M. Rose and Martha F. Lee. F. M. Shields and Roma Pope. James Sprague and Emma Russell. .hdwara .Burnett anu Mary Washing ton. General L. Lewis and Clara F. Chick. Wm Anderson and Arena Aldridge. John F. Lec aud Saraii Pritchett. Oliver O. Betz and Viola Mauolly. Frank Summers, and Susau Wathlugtou. OTHER MATTERS. James Miller was appointed guar dian of Thornton Baxter, Insane; bond 41000. D. Y. Smlthors 03 guardian of Lyda S. Dove, filed his first account. Ann McNeai. Administratrix of Jon athan McNcal, deceased, tiled her final account. MARRIED. McMUrJLlN VANDEN-Ou Thanks giving Day, November -Juth, 1S30, at thcresidence of the bride's father. Jan. VandenEsq., by Huv. M. B. Wilson, nr. a'eter iHCJiur.LiN, or Cincinnati and Miss Alice A. Yandex. ,Mr. McMullen takes to his metropol itan home one of our lairest aud most accomplished ladies. The happy couple after spending a short time at tho bride's old home will leave for their new home in Cincinnati, where the groom is employed in the Commercial Office; FURGESON WEY On Wednesday eve, aov. 24. 1S80. Wm. M. Fueoeson ami sarau a. ivey. The ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride, on Front street by the Rev. C. F. Crelghton. They have our wishes for their welfare. ULiAKK DANIELS On the eve ot Nov. 18th, 1830, at the residence of the nrjae's parents In Springfield township, by Rev. W. J. Fulton. Mr. Samuel A. Blake and Miss Ellen Daniels, all of uama co., unio. :BOICE HALSEY Nov. the 21st 1880, at the residence of Mr. Frank Smith, Jn Cheshire, by the Rev. E. B Finney, Mr, Frank-MBoick and Miss Sadie v. Ualsey, both of Gallia Coun ty unio. COUGHENOUR SWANSON. Nov, 24th, 1880,-at the residence of the bride father, by Rev. E. B. KInnev. Mr. John i. uouguknour anu .miss serepta i'. Swanson, both of Cheshire, Gallia co, Ohio. SPRAGUE RU3SEL James Sprague and Emma Russell (included tney would wed, So I went to Evergreen And 'flie ceremony said. It was at the residence Of the father of the bride. And on November twepty-flve, ne rnoti tie.!. S. S. DENNY. SHIELDS POPE A wedding at Mason Denny's, a. nappy one l nope, Was, Mr. 'F. M. Shields, His bride. MiS3 Roma Pone. I made each couple happy, lnougn, tne eartn was white with snow. Good-bye, my gentle reader, . t nen. need me let me know. i S. DENNY. DIED. BAER In this cltv. on Wedneedav. November 24ih, 1830, of scarlet fever, akt.i. eiuei son oi jir.j.ouis titer, in tue iitn year oi ids agc The death of bright little Xaret was deep blow to a household where chil dren were worshipped with all the vigor of big-hearted parents. He was an intelligent, active boy, full of prom ise, healthy and handsome. Afr. and Mrs. Baer have the sympathy of the whole community in theirheavy loss, 'i ne lunerai sen ices were held Fri day morning by the Rev. Win. Schmidt, the German Lutheran Church. RIFE In Morgan Tp.. Nov.- 10th. 18S0, Mr. Stephes Ripe, in the 37th year of his age. His disease was con sumption with which he lingered many month?. He' bore his affliction with christian patience. He leaves a wife and two little boys to mourn their loss. but his life and triumphant death is W. J. FULTON. JEFFERSl On Bavou Alabama. Poldte Coupee Parish, La., October-lOth, 18S0, Gail, daughter of Isaac and Acea Jeflers, aged 2 years, 6 months and.3 days. For Sale. 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Newspapers are not to eomi this adver tisement tcunoul tne express order of fl ar per & Brothers. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New York! TRY THE NEW YOEK OBSEBVER THIS The Largest ana Best Family Pa- per in tMe world. p . bend tor Sample Copy-Free. NEW YORK OBSERVER. 37 Park row, New York. Notice. KJfOW all persons that the under . signed has been aDDOlnted the executor or bamuel Halllday, deceased. JNO. T. HALLIDAY. Dec. 2, 1880 3v For Sale. THE undersigned offers for sale the upner half of her lot on Third Street above' Locust, Gailipolis. For lerros appiyto AUMJS V. BAKUKO i'. Dec.2 2w Lovers of Mackerel will find something choice in the Deep J5ca Bovle.Pitrat & Co. I I I I SANTA CLAUS. - - 3 J. ' - THE HOLIDAYS ARE JEWELER, Is ready and waiting with a profuse and handsome stock with which to supply those who will remember rAIAr.lVAAfl.Tirl frirATiria of. v, wiiv . . . tliat time, embraCmff . ' X" everything lHhlS line J , O rnar. 1R AND Qrm&memt&L A large and magnifi cent' line of and Gold Watches, and Gold Chains, jVL1 Qil vpr H infi Snhfl l-rnlfl nnn Plnfpl . , ,.j , ,,, , atJlS, 3;ilU -ttUU XTlUiea Oil- n i.-...-, Vei UaStOlS, Silver Cake Kool-nta" "wa,i,o. A, LARGE LINE OF Plain and Set Rings, Butter Dishes, Gold Toothpicks, Silvfi nnrl flnniKlna Gold. Silver finrl StRP.l Snn- tacles, to suit all sights and ages. A11 .tt: J xa.il iviuua ujl XLUir aiiu Solid Jewelry made to svxAa-n iitaktt Anr.in.-n "'CJ') VJ. CIC1V UCD1K1A anH Hpcnrinf inn a1U lJJtlUll. Df That you may have them tilled in this line before . the rush. ill AAlra f VAvvaO Clocks ! Emhraninall mannfap.tnrfia. which will be sold at the very lowest figures; I rwarrant all Goods sold as represented. ALSO, give-especial attention to repairing Watches and Jew elry at reasonable rates. "Ca and see me. C.W.ERNSTIN6. mm c. i. isf I Dec. 2,1880 fiw- ' I HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT. ill PRESENTS A. T AND - LOOK AT THE Prices A genuine Silyer Amer ican or Elgin Watch, for. $10 00 A Lady's-14 kr. Gold' ' Cased Lever Move ment, for 20 00 A 30 hour striking Clock with alarm, for 2 50 A good time Clock for 1 50 I have received for AC A large Stock of GOOD GOLD GOODS, Solid 18 kr. Kings, Amethv'sts. vnmeo, Aopas, isriiuanis, anu a variety of other Sot Finger Rings, 16 and 18 kr. Gold. Watches; Solid Gold Necklaces Gnard Chains; Lockets; Charms and Pendants'; Sleeve Duttons, Studs and Collar Buttons; Solid gold Ear Rinj Children; bracelets of the latest style and patterns; and a large. variety of Other , Jeelxy, AIMING TO. MAKE' . OOd UOld CjfOOdS Specialty. ALL ARTICLES WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED, AND, WILL BE SOLD AT PRICES AS 'LOW AS SUCH QUALITY OF GOODS CAN BE SOLD FOR ANY WHERE. Solid Silver Tea and Tnble ftpoon?; .Plated Castors; Cake Baskets; ISutter DInIics; Knives and -Forks; SPOONS; Silver Thimbles; t Silver NaPMn mh Water and ea feettS. Solid Gold and Silver Spectacles id Eye (liases, Can fit jour eyes in five minutes. am Agent for the Celebrated j BOGKFORB WATGH, which is the best watch made for the money. WATCHES AND MSLE Repaired in "Wiorkmanli ke Manner. '.Call- and see for-iyourself, and you will be satisfied that Watches, Clocks and Jewelry are -at BOTTOM PRICES at SHINER'S. CLOTHING. 5- a- irl.' f n. Tp3!f 1KA CD CPS CD 65' ohS r, g 71. H. I i.