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Tlie Official Paper of Gallia County! GALLIPOLIS, THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1880. For the Pen. Thursday was sentence day in the Court of Common Pleas. The prison era, fonr In number, James TF. Erwin, George L. Rltz, van Spence and Liv ineston Sweeney, were brought oTer from Jail. Before sentencing the pris oners to the penitentiary Isaiah Wood was called by the court and fined $25 ior beating a woman, and ordered to stand committed until the some be paid. JAMES W. ERWIN was first called to stand up. Erwin will be Go years old next Jan nary. In 1872 he killed his son-in-law, David Henry LolUs, in Morgan township; about the ownership of an old shed. Erwin was indicted for murder in the first degree, and on trial was found guilty of murder in the second degree. This verdict was set aside by Judge Guthrie for misconduct of the jury. On another trial afterward he was again convicted of murder in the second degree, and error was taken from this to the Supreme Court, where the case was reversed. Lewis Erwin, a son of the defendant, was a material witness for his father. In order to effect re peated continuances of this caso the old man caused Lewis to be adjudged insane-tho there was not a particle of insanity about him and sent to the Athens Asylum. Whenever a term of court came around the case was sworn off on- account of Lew's .absence. The case Anally had attained so much celebrity, and the coats had grown to thousands of dollars, and the feeling against Erwin had become so great, that the case was transferred to Meigs county for trial; It was afterward nollicd, Erwin paying $500 of ttfe costs, Lew then returned home. The trouble in the present case was about two window glass that Lew had taken out of one of the defendant's old ciblns, and taken home. The old man had previously sold Lew a rifle gun. After Erwin discovered that his glass were gone be flew Into a passion and from the tenant house where the glass had been taken abused. Lew, calling him a thief, rake, etc. Erwin then started toward Lew's house, and when within about 50 yards, as claimed by Erwlm but disputed by other witnesses, Lew snapped a cap with his rifle at the old man. Erwin then drew his revolver, cocked it and rushed toward the house. Lew's wife warned him ofl. Erwin rushed on Lew, who grabbed the re volver, a scuffle for Its possession took place through the house and out Into the yard, Lew and his wlfo all the time calling for help and crying murder. The pistol went off in this scuffle, the ball entering Lew's thigh and ranged downward and split the knee joint. Tho surgeons amputated the leg, and Lew died withtn a few days, This shooting occurred last Oc tober. The old man as soon as he had shot Lew immediately left for home, without any attention to his wounded son. On Wednesday the followlug. Jury was Impannelcd to try Erwin, the indictment beiug for murder in the second degree : James Harper, Geo. T. Broslus, B. H. Dame, E. L. Wood, A. P. Menager, J. G. Fox, McGath, B. F. McCail, Jesse Cox, Will Sharon, Charles Cox and P. H. Stevenson. The defense was that tho shooting was ac cidental; aud that he shot in self de feuse, Lew being a wild and dangerous man. The trial ended Wednesday night, near midnight, and the next morning the jury returned a verdlct'of guilty ot murder in the second degree. When'Erwin was asked what he had to say why the sentence of the court should not be passed upon him, in a nervous manner he said: That woman meaning tlie wife ot Lew is the most venomous thing that crawls over tills earth; if it hadn't been for me she would have starved to death and froze to death; she set herself about to do everything against me; she has no remorse, no regard; you ought to saw her the first time he was ad judged insane; I saw her pick up a maul and he took It away, and she catcfacd up an ax and said she'd split Ills brains out; she Is the most ven omous thing on earth. If I had had that revolver up to his breast, why didn't I shoot him? Before I could get away I looked back and saw him with the gun. I had got near the door and he made a spring and caught the re volver; I did every thing to get it away; she swore He, she tried to get his hands off; she wasn't present when that gun went off as sure as that sun sets; 1 said I want, that gun, you snapped a cap at me and I want that gun; I didn't Intend to shoot; wouldn't have cut my hand if I had. The law of retribution will come; I can stand It; the law of retribution will take hold of her for what I've done to keep her from starving; I hauled them three loads of wood in a day when both were lying in bed; I would go after night and chop wood when he was away; ask the neighbors. She llew on me like a viper that morning; she would have let him bled to death on me; she pretended to fall down on him after this act; she was going to walk clear to Porter and carry her child to appease venom on me. If I was never going to speak another word, that revolver wcut off accidentally; she wasn't" present when It went off; she was up the hill; It's a fabricated lie. I can't make my case any better. I am telling-tbe truth now. The Jury fixed your yerdict, it can not be changed. 1 was intending to get that money away meaning the money paid for tne gunj to Keep mm from eettinz drunk: she said I was never going to get that gun or another cent: she said, he had threatened to shoot my heart out lots of times, and that I let him have the gun a purpose to do it; I never pointed that revolver at blm; the last breath I've got to draw I'll say be snaoned that can at me; there wasn't a rattlesnake that runs over them hills had more venom than she; he's my own bor. of coarse I hate it; no man of my age ever suffered for his children as I have .done; she said X said I'd snoot mm down tike a won; the word wolf hasn't come out pf my mouth In 12 months; never was a baser lie: go wnere rm acquainted, and defy any man to find a' man who will say I am a lying man; yon don't need that fall for me, unless it is to keen a mob off of me; I've carried that re- volver ever since I was IS years old, and I intend to carry It down to my grave. The court said he had rather hoped that the Jury would return a verdict of manslaughter, but there was evidence to justify the verdict returned, and he would. not disturb it. He thereupon ent?nedrwln to the penitentiary for Is of is is: hs The next man called to stand up was GEORGE L. RITZ. Bitz'has a bad countenance, -ene, that suggested, "hands oa yonr pocket books.;' He wns Indicted for incest, having. ramnlUed - the saute wife his daughter .Mary Jesephlne Jgltz. The on the 5ta of September, 18JS, one on the 27th of June, 1SS0, anyone oahe 16th or,Jul$v J880. The. lestiraoay showed thatRitz commenced his beastly business when his daughter was only nine years old;, that tbere was a cessa tion until she was fourteen years, and that the, same had probably been com was slckenlngJand disgiiMlnjr."'nis daughter ar-tRfttliae of the triil . was a little over J7 years old. She told Ta straight story of her father's sin,- of hfc cruelty, and the same was corroborated by her sister twelve years old. The. defense was, that of cot fbilty: that iiary was mad ac mm because he would not let her go away from home to work; that she had been, put up to thbvand that her reputation for chastity was. not good. Rltz Is .the father of ten chil dren, and lived In Cheshire' township.' The jury found him guilty on thq first count in the indictment. He said : " The eirl didn't testify onTMonday as she did on Saturday evening; a great many thlngsPcould have upset If I'd had a chance; She was drilled by the. attorneys; 1 nope you win be mercirui, as 1 have a family of small children. The court responded "I can not say that I have aiiy sym pathy lor you. The girl made one of me clearest snu must sausiacuiry state ments I ever heard a witness, make. She told the truth.- I..was..a'Ba every man. that heard her was eatisSed that she told the truth. As she 'detailed, .the story there was no ground left for doubt. She has naturally good mental powers. You kept her .at home and would not let her go out. She is your eldest daughter; you could have been proud of her; you might have raised her .to do you honor. You took advan tage of your parental authority at the early age of nine years. Society .-.demands for the protection of girls Uhat this punishment should not be light. It must be visited by the sternest con demnation of, the lawi- Besides you began to blacken her character to save yourself, that is the little 'Character you nad iert ner. ievernas it oeen rayior tune to sit in a case more beastly, or in cne In which I was so little' disposed' to snow mercy." The Court thereupon sentenced him the "penitentiary for eight years, two years less than the extreme limlt.of the law. . " VAN SPENCE. Spence has been one of the boys of .'the town, and has been trying to get into the penitentiary for several years. His age is 20 years. lie shot Sam Cromley twice, and the jury found him guilty of shooting with Intent to wound. He had nothing to say when called upon, and the Court sent him up for three years. LIVINGSTON SWEENEY. called, was sent up for burglary. He isuotabad fellow, his worst failing being a weakness for whisky. The Court gave him tne lowest sentence, one year. Lev.- thanked the Court. Fried, Frizzed and Frosted. The irreprcsslblo Saint Walker is home from Pittsburgh. M. W. Williams awaiting him with pall bearer's. Pino Street, between Second and Front has received a coat of gravel. Council held a meeting Tuesday night last week, the first slnco September 29th. The subscription papers in aid of Lawson & Bell are still in the hands of interested friends. One paper foots up more than 1,000. Where will you find i bigger hearted people' than ours! ine i.-ju.ji. iiuo trance m nan ks- giving eve was an elegant affair. A large crowd were In attendance and all was lovely. Christmas is approaching. One little stocking well filled will secure you more eternal reward than millions spent for egg nog. See that the little feet don't patter to the mantle In vain. With the approach of the long winter evenings see that the Journal is a reg ular visitor to your fireside. Its rnews boiled down, though comprehensive. Pay promptlyand you will not feel the less' than 3 cents per week it costs. We haveakludly regard for the. man who pays his subscription promptly. The question now bothering the boys "Who will take fire of Auditor Joe Stafford when Dr. .NeedhSn goes to Florida. Coal has been scarce for the past few days. Dr. E. G. ATcorn is in the city. Miss Moore, of Kentucky, was visiting atT. B. Bancroft, last week. Ed. B. Payne is confined to the house by Eicknegs again. T. B. Bancroft is home again. He has finished his" railroad contract in Michigan. " New gas lamps have been placed at the corner of Third and Olive streets and fronting the residence of Jno. B. Clendinen, alsoon Olive street. With the excellent surface Commissioner Blazer is putting on tho latter street and well lighted as it is, we will have no complaints about a route to tne Depqt. We gave our thanks to that excellent batcher, A. Newton pn las Thursday. He supplied! our table with the finest oysters we have seen west of the Alle- ghanies. Frank Fowler, of Portsmouth, was a guest of Fred H. Kerr last week. Misses Goodwin and Gamble, visitors at Mrs. J J.. Pool's for the past few weeks, have returned to their hojnes. A grand, re-unlon of .Powell family was held at the residence or Squire A. J. Powell pn Thanksgiving, Powells from the West were there and the greeting was" said to have equaled old- time hospitality. Mrs. M. C. Walker, of Delaware, O., visiting friends in the county. i C. A. Carl, of Cheshire, is shipping coal to this city by the O. & W. Va. R R. We understand it is selling' at-9 cents. Galli polls merchants are now receiv ing salt and other freight from pom eroy over tho Railroad. W. H. Mitchell has returned from the City with new goods, C. F.- Henkiug and bride have arrived home after a wedding tour of tour weiks down the Mississippi to New Orleans. They have gone. to. house keeping at the residence1, of Miss Eliza Sauns, aantof the bride.., ' rLaaley'i aco&miaedatlon"wll1 aaka its stand at Cadot's clgsr store, "where par tlesln qaeist of a ceafortable yeblcle in which to travel can be accommodated a The' poMc etdereJjtbe'iCigar stores and'salboas & 6e eibed oiOast Sabbath and .hereafter, This a result of Judge Bradburv's decision favoring the legal ity of gein4$' iSW; $ ;Thtowarat?CaiFsank at Guyau; on rriuar. tat TheKflrttshipraenjrpf salt over the road from Pomsroy, was recelvedjijy J. X.Xen-'CoiI4yr,ISate la gearce JBl BrW. hoa 'fromriun tington, W. To., for a short visit. Sheriff Blake left Monday morhln; for CWumbM-wJth Erwjn, Rltz jpence and Sweeney. Their future. Address. will be the O ' P. " Scarlet feverls prevailing to consider able extent among the children in tnis cityi! m tmf. i Registers over the State show this cold snap tb' be the"colifec November weath er for the hast 23 years',- They also show, what Is a nleaslnz. reflection, that November ,'bdihsnaps ire not! followed oy severe, winters. - . . In all our, neighboring- towns. there Is a call for. mora tenement houses. The CBR?tlty?i,f lohflterHlphio is not on the wane. The beautiful snow' commenced1 fall ing, last Wednesday and continued until Friday, covering Hhe ground to the depth of jo. inches. ' The sleigh bells have jingled the past .week,. .Thq. sport was slow owing to the scriw's'bad condition. have examined the Annual Re v i t ( . port of Jd1 Cadot, Secretary of the School Board, to the State, ,Gorami3- Jlouerjjf.S.phoplsWcJake.tha follow ing 8I terns of interest: Total cost of teacher s.' for'his Dlstrjej: f 0tG3O.. ' Cost of pupllj per ear, ..based on dally average attendance f 10;66H Cost per rear, of the 77 pupils, in the Jligh bchool J2U 60, based, on dally average attendance1.; Pupils', studying - vocal miislc; l.Offi;. - - - T. B. FlowetPi of. Jllllersport, was" in town JTrluay. Jas. Alexander comes, up -with, the cop ngures on nogs, so lar as. neara from. On Thursday he killed three MPSLfeSJfeWce3.w.hlch.w.erepIgged the 10th, .of r April the, present year. They weighed 'when dressed respective. daughter Gertie took.in the City on tlie Scotia last week. Frank Guthrie of Gallipo'lis township, is agitating the project in Pt. Pleasant of building' a railroad track from "the river bank" opposite that place to the main line, which runs three-quarters of a mile-back next-to the hills.- - - Capt. Fred Ford la established in his new home at the foot of Second street. S. Iludliu is occupying his' new sjore room, adjoining Henry Hannan. It is predicted .that, more, new build ings. wIIL be erected in Galllpolis next Spring than for any previous yjgar, ex ceeding even the present grand boom. A new order from 'Washington re quires Steamboat ,Inspector3to' make a dally Inspection of steamboats. This order effects Inspector Ford of this city, who is following out its-provisions. Thanksgiving Day was generally pb served.tn this clty Theunlon seryjees the M. E. Church were well attended. considering 'the stormy character: of the' day, and the sermon by; Revi ?T iB. )Vil8on.was a . thpughttul presentation of the many blessings which call for National and individual thanksgiving. The Pastor of the Baptist Church and family wish" he'reby1 to' express' hearty thanks to the friends ,wh.o, gave 'them a pleasant surprise on Thanks giving eve;ajso to others wjio favored them But- were not present. Next week another interesting letter from Hon. E. A. Stone. 'Squire Dararbn made a dying trip to Jackson last week. While there he went through the Public Schools of that town, and speaks iu the highest terms of. Prof. Allison's management, and thinks him a success In every, re spect. It Is announced that th'e Hocklng Val ley R. R. Company Intend building a railroad bridge across the Ohio river at Pomeroy, Athens 3Iesstnger. Guess they will run this bridge by paddle wheels. Engineer CItas. Cox is home. His boat' laid np by Ice. Jno. W. Chcrrlngton of thts city, and E. L. Neal of Mason County, W. Va., are shipping hogs. Their shipments amouut now to more than -800 fine pork ers. ,, An Oyster Supper, for .the .benefit of the Baptist Church, will be given at the Pastor's residence on Geclar Street, Thursday eve, Dec. 2d. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Miss Libbie Watklns has just finished Crayon portrait of Mrs. Mary Brown, which Is a very creditable piece of art. She has three other orders, 3dQ If she succeeds well with them, her reputa tion as a crayon artist will be estab lished, and there will be no necessity of seeking foreign talent for such work of beauty. Meigs Republican. Miss" AV. Is well known here. The Ice men commenced laying in a good supply ot excellent ice, the middle of- last week. It., was taken from all parts of Chickamauga creek. V.-P. Safford of the old engineer corps of the 6. &' W. Va. R. R., was in town last Week visiting at W. C. Hay- wards. Jas. Spence is down with hem orrhage of the lungs. The Italian Band here, so popular with the boys, gave a dance in the dining room of the St Charles, Monday evening to assist in defray ing expenses while here. Dr. Harry Sanns was in town, Monday. The wheat market remains un changed for tho week; Mediter ranean, $1.00;. Fultz, 95. Miss" ilennie Crane, ofCranberry bummitW. Va., is visiting Miss May Brosins- V- '- Dressed hoga ro bnnging-p cents - . i 1 ' . ii , per pound from tue meat xieaiers. Mrs. Theo. J. Mitchell of Mt. Gilead, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm. Langley : . No changes l id local pro'daca' mar ket except, eggs. They bring 20 cents per dozen from merchants. Henry ."Hpfrstad't. and bride of .Madison, Ind., will bn guests of Mrs. H.'s sister, . Mre. M.JMo3cs, to-mor- row. Mrs. Columbus Martindill died, at Charabersburar. Friday evening, of paralysis. ' She was 71 years of age Suo.waa the mo&erVf' a.'large ad noted family. CouncilJias passed the 'ordinance providing for tho numbering of buildings and we arc to put on some ?uore city airs, i uey aescrve manna for their promptness in fsuspending the rules to facilitate its passage. A.- Cole, aa; oIdccittzen.vof this plactsi'whol recently -.moved io -Law recce county, 0 has returned .to thi3 county to live, moving on farm back of the city. sThedancfe-of thc Fjre Cpapany; Wednesday evening, is said to have been a very" nice and enjoyable affair. The Italian Hand so familiar to travelers on the steamer Bostona furnished music, for the occasion. J The "bench" oh the river road, below the-' city, is to be used for sum mer residences. In addition to the building of W. H. Harvey, Mrs Jno. T. Halljday?, Frank J. Haljiday and other parties- intend building there. It is a'beautiful site; with an extensive view of both river and cltV- ... , . - The agedv,m'ot!rer;bfC.,H; Shaefer is quite sick with intermittent fever. She is improving. The child of Bayless. Persinger has.beenjsick for-thej past" week. j. iu..r uiuuue is-'ou lorme uny to get some things for Sauta Claus. The fire belU clanged for dear life Saturday night; bringing out engjnc ana h03er and all to extinguish - a small fire in the wood house of Mrs Croninger on -Olive street, said to be incendiary."' Mrs. T. W, Hampton will rear the motherless gfrl baby left by Mrs. John T. Hampton. 1m a. oaaot & uo. nave received a nicclino pf smokers articles. They bave;n.;.n6libya nick'le cigar which touches thgxightfep'Qt. A. M. Vaughn, Local Editor of the McArthur JJnquirer, was in town -.Thursday. . - , ar Jlho two year old girl of Jacob Hibener, burnt sorau four week ago, died Mnndaj' night.. Oscar M. Hcnking took a short run to Cincinnati, this week. E. L. Wood and wife of Wheeling, W. Va , were in the.city Monday. Chas. Westlake and family of In diana, came to their old home Mon day. They Jwill spend the winter here. 'Council has made a" proposition to Gas rCompany to fix the rates for as- at 2' 50 per thousand feet for piibao' asp and ,?2 jp for private consumption. VVm. .Nesb'it of Illinois, formerly resident in Clay township of this county, i3 home on a visit. BUSINESS NOTICES j For Sale, My stock; of "Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, and Storo- Fixtures; also lease on Store-house. To any one 8 - . . wishing to engage in business this is; a good opportunity. Will take good Real Estate in part pay. Rea sons for gelling are: 1 am going to connects myself with a Cincinnati Shoe Manufacturer after January 1st, 1881. W. M..RIDENOUR. Dec. 2, 1880. HOLIDAY GOODS s. J. HOWELL'S. A large and magnificent ine of Cloaks and Dolmans. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Hats. Nubias, Hoods, Zephyrs, Handkerchiefs, Fichus, Collarette, Ties, Laces & Bushings, Dec. 2-4w Court Street. Musicians! The finest and largest stock of Italian, Russian Gut, Silk and Wire Violin Strings ever opened in this city, just received at KERR BROS'. Don't fail to call and examine. Dec. 2, 18S0. lm A CHOICE DISPLAY of Goods for the HOLIDAY SEASON, AT HISS IATTIE i ANDREffS'. Elegantly Trimmed BONNETS and HATS. Untrimmed Bonnets and Hats. - CLOAKS, . Nubias, Hoods, Mittins, Kid Gloves, .Leggings, and Children's " Zephyr Knit Sacks -and Cloaks. Useful Gifts that every lady can appreciate: Handkerchiefs, Fichues, Collarettes, Scarfs, Tics, Laces and Ruchings. Bonnet and- Hat Pins, Jet Hair Ornaments, Bracelets, &c., E. Butterick & Co's fashions for December just received. MISS HATTIE A. ANDREWS, Second street, 2d door from Court St, Gallipolis, Ohio. Dec; 2, 1880. 4w. LOST A Fur Boa, either on the Luella,-or between the river and R. Menager's house. -The finder. -by leaving it at this-office will be anlU bly rewarded. SANTA CLAUS. r genuine Meerschaum CTgarrette Holier" A Bargain. A .nobby Cigar Caw. Boss. An- elegant Cigar Holder, variety; ." . -Excellent" sweetr briar-wood1 Pipes. Novelty Tobacco-Cases. - Cartons Match Boxes. Cheap. The 'Best;; FiHesTiGfertsf and greatest variety of Cigars and To bacco, in all Ohio. - PMiiips, Reynolds Gravely. Mas- seiman Uo, Griggs, Force, Wilson w w-iiiMiiiB uiuviiuuu.il Lunr sfctu to our stock of Tobacco. If I find anybody bnying inese nice Christmas Presents anywhere else than at L. Z. CADOT & CO'S. I .will report them to the Big Injun standing in front of the .door. SANTA CLAUS. Dec. 2, 1880 tf . Tell everybody tliatl have secured the store room of C. M. Fillmore " & Co: foTthe Holiday. Trade, ancfc will have a-nice -line" of Vase3, Statuary and everything beautiful. Tours Truly, GOOD SANTA CLAUS. Dec. 2, 1880. 4w fi-pTitlfiTrifin's PrflHRnta. Afuii lino or Genuine Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Smokers; elegant Cigar Ca9C3, pocket Match Boxes and Tobacco Pouches at KERR BROS' : - .- Come aud See- Crack Bargains in Cotfeo and Sugar at Iludlin's Old Stand. : T. T. MAUCK. - . i ;J -r Dec. 2, I88U tf Pure Ijiquor.s. For Good and Pure Liquors at from $1.25 to $5.00 per Gallon, go to Uhrig & Stockhoff, Court Street. Dec. 2. 1880 .--dw- Gentlemen's Presents Beautiful Inkstands and Paper weights in Crystal, Iridescent, Bronze and Nickle ware, all styles .and prices, at KERR BROS'. "I 'spec t dat de bes' !Eum- ery made is at JB illmore;s.'M Dec. 2 , 1880;- Know what, I'm Talk- . iiig about. Fine Grade New Crop TEAS at New Store, Hudlin's Old Stand.- i. JL'. MAUCK. Dec. 2..18S0 tf. . . - " . , .- . . The nicest variety fof Yarns is at C. M. jFillmore &Co's.. - Dec. 2, 18S0. 3m Ijadies' Presents; An elegant assortment of Ladies' Purses in Bussia Leather and Satin; One Pocket Books, and leather and satin Handkerchief Satchels, at KERR BROS. Canvas, Cardboard, Mot- toes, at U. M, jmimore. Cos. - i Dec. 2, 1880. 3m , . ; 3For Your Oirl. The most beautiful and elegant ine of Pearl and Shell Card Uas83 Autograph Albums and Calling Cards, ever brought to this cityi at KERR BROS'. Fuller, Hutelnplller & Co. will sell you a liureau for six dollars, ac ine corner State and Third Streets, jn Hayward's block. Xiadies' Presents. An immense lino of beautiful and complete Sewing Caskets and Work ! Boxes; also a full line of Perfnmery and Toilet Goods, at KERR BROS'. Children's Presents. Toys, Games, Dolls and Fancy Goods, in endlc93 variety . and at prices beyond competition, at KERR BROS'. Will sell a Bureau, Wash Stand nd Bedstead, for twelve, dollars, at ulkr. Hutsinpiller & Co. Still They Come. If Those fine shoes for Ladies', Gent's, Misses' and Children s wear, at Barlow's Shoe Store. The cele brated Reynolds Bros.' make of La dles Shoes, and Torrey's of Gents. ee them. They are nobby. M. C. BARLOW ic CO. Nov. 11,1880. 4w For Cositlvoness. When the con- tlpation is of recent date, a single dose of Kerr's Dandelion and Kidney wort Pills will sumce. But If It la habitual, ignt, graauauy rcuucmgineircquency nrthmloffi until a re.fnlup hblt fa ob- 0 I flnivl. 9V nnr hn-r. fnnt-rlwT.t: sfe- cured by Kerr Bros.. Galliuolls. Ohio, A JBlesstiiir. That terrible dUeasc, Cnaoxic Ca- tabru, can be cureu In every case by sine tno uuksijjm uataiiuu CUBE. It is free from all objections which obtain In the use or other reme dies, and has cured thousands'of Invet erate chronlecases 'Send for circulars I to HENRY O'BLEXESS & CO. Athens. O. Jno. Dages & Co. have supplied t " r . 7 TT.m v. I nicest line of infanta and child beat Fhlla. Custom Shoes that wM eer brought to the. city. 1 . l illl illllfWlliiT l.owlsi I reapectf ally call the DRY GOODS NOTIONS, GENT'S CLOTHS AND SHCTINGS, Xoitlles CInks stud DelmaiiH, Fis 1res Goods, SllksVelvet and TrimmiKx, r And one floor doypted exclusively to which surpass any Camet stock for I. UUAK ill X. OillilSS AN Sept. 30,-1880. attention of the Tratde J) HKIUJ In thfi market, M. to my General Stock of A. COX, jXo. 33 Court Street. A. MOCK TO THE FRONT AGAIN, And this time to offer the ,ected stock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, wsptuw wicn naK, uaps, xrunKs, and (ient's Jb urnish ing. 6oods,.ever offered in this or anv other marlvefc. and wluch wiii be sold so low uumpeiQTmu. Remember the "Old Reliable." where voii ep.h vnnr j i , . . yuuua aiways asTCpresentea. iou will always find the attacfiments ot all kinds, Dlii0 CAamiue m I I n .J 1 largest, cheapest and best se- that all competition cannot i o best Sewinir Mftfiliinns nrirl with a guarantee on : all. Be ueiore purcaasmg. X 1 Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co., corner. State and Third streets, Hay- ward s block, and get a Bedstead for- $1.75. Cloaks and Dolmans. Large Stock, new and desirable Cloaks and Dolmans, just opened. Nice and cheap. M. A. COX, Court Street. . Go and get a pair nice Show Pillows at. Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. for $1.25. Mocking Bird Food at Kerr Bros.1 Drag Store. - Nov. 11, 1880. If you want a nice Camp Chair, go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. They wl11 aelt 'y? from $2.50 to eight . & - Kendall's Spavin Cure and Goin- fbault's CausticCBalsam. at Kerr Bros.' Drug store, Agents. Nov.- 11, 18S0., Go to. Fuller, Hutsinpiller fc;Co and get one of those comfortable Delaware Rockers, double cane seat and back. ' . Furmera, When your Broom' Corn is ready to be made np, don't forget to call on Mike McHalk, who is the only first class Broom Maker in Gallipolis Factory on. tho Square, next' door to Abe Newton's. Oct. 7; 2m LADIES Go to Fuller, Hutsin piller .& Co. and get one of those nice Delaware Sewing Rockers. ' ' Now is the time to buy a Parlor Set cheap; only thirty-fonrto sixty- five, at Fuller; Hutsinpiller & Co., corner State and.-Third Streets, Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. will sell you a good walnut wararoue. tor fourteen dpllars,:at Hay wari'e block. . ' Go to Kerr Bros,' Drugstore for Lj-dia E. Pinkhara'a-Vfigetablc Corn- pound Agents, . ov. H,.1SSU. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall "Midi. Will send their celebrated Electro Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30.days?trlal. Speedy cures guaran teved.'. They mean what they "say. Writo to them without delay. Nov. 20, 1879 ly N. P. FENNER & SON Will sell .yoa SUPERPHOS- pjiAT-E OF RAW-GROUND BONE at .the same price, as .you can pur cbas&Bone Meal or Flour elsewhere. Come and get it by the Sack or Ton. Office on Third street, near railroad track. A very desirable business property, centrally located, for rent or sale Call'on J. D. BAILEY, Second Street. July 29, 1880 tf- Sweetest Oranges sourest Lem ons at Bovie, Pitrat & Co.'a Boys, 3T6W for Pun. tiame law is now up, ana J. ju KERR fc CO. arc ready with a new stock of Double and Slnrie Shot Guns. Game Bars. Shot Bass. Pow- - , - . . . , . " 01 riswis anu vue, nu.cu . , , nt " .1 1 ; WUL DO SOIU UUCSU lUt UMU uurilis the next thirty days. Call and see us. soon.. J. M. KEER tCO. Nov. 4, 1880. 2w For Chills and Fever. Take a full dose of Kerr's Dandelion and Kid- neywort Pills at bed time. Follow thlsupwith fifteen grains, of quinine, divided into three equal parts, all of which shonid be taken.at regular inter vals, the last dose at least one hour be fore the time for the chill.- One or two! Pi ahguld be taken every third night,- Ith an qH flve doae of qnjnno. 36c1 a box. Copyrighted, by Korr Bros;, Druggists, GallipolU, O. Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. will nell you a Bed Spring for two dollars, at the corner of State and Third street, m' Hayward's block. . S. M. Brandyberry will mako you a nice fitting suit at a low figure. Fuller, HuUInpillor & Co. will sell yon a good cotton top Mattress for five dollars, in Hayward Block corner State and Third. Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. and get you a comfortable Office Chair which they will sell you cheap for cash. The famous B, T. Gravely chew ing tobacco is for sale at L. Z. Cadot & Co's, opposite Public Square. oome everybody wuo uas a cane scat chair with the bottom wore out and get a nice perforated seat put in, at 50c, at Fuller, Hutsinpiller &Co. The very choicest nickle brands of Cigars are at L. Z. Cadot & Co's, opposite Public Square. Fuller, HuUInpiller fc Co. will sell you a good Walnut Bedstead for five dollars. It is not made by hoys at 50c. a da-. - Go and get a nice SIDE-BOARD from twent -five dollars to thirty, at Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. Want Everybody to know that FULLER, HUTSINPILLER fe CO. are selling Furniture cheap for the next sixty days, to make room for new stock for 1881. Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. if you want to buy a toy Table and Chairs for your children; corner Stato and Third streets, in Hayward's block. Go to tne corner ot State and Third streets and get one of those nice comfortable Student's Chair, with double cane seat and back; also an easy Cushion Sent Chair. The place to get a cheap and dur able Cook Stove is at Kling & Dages, Hayward's Block, corner State and Third streets, is, the place to get a nice Platform Bocker, cheap. . . The handsome thing for your new house, is one of the nice Cham ber Setts on view at Bovie, Pitrat & Co. Go to the corner State and Third streets, in Hayward's Block, and get a Bedstead with Hardwood Posts and Hardwood Bracket Side Rail?, for the small sum of two dollars and fifty cents, not made by boys at fifty cents a day. Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller fc Co and cet a nood Snrins Matrcss for twelve dollars. It is cheap. Oo to FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO. and get you a child's Bedstead, for three dollars and fifty cents. If yon want to get the best Plow Point in the market, call on Kling & Dages. Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co., corner State and Third streets Haywanl's Block, keep on hand a largo assort ment of Looking Glasses; also the Plates for filling frames as follows: 10x17, 75c.; 12x20 at $1.15; 13x22 at$1.35r 14x21 at $1.50; 15x26 at $2.00; lpx23 at $2.50; I8x-10 at $5.00; we have bed casters by, the ! set at 25c.; also Table Casters at 25c Fine Candies at 'Bovie, Pitrat fc Co. Wanted: 5000 lbs. Of Dried Apples and Peaches. M. MOLLOHAN. Oct. 14,1880 3a a Por Keiit. Tho dwelling on Front Street lately occupied by W. B. Tramp. Apply to Dr. W. a H. NEEDHAM. Cliri3tmas is coming; New Year's Day -is coming; keep yonr eye open for suitable gias. Tho Delaware cane office Chair wonld make a choice present. It is tho finest and most durable office rocking chair now made Fuller, Hutsinpiller ifc Co. have it for sale. Special Notice. Anyone owing me will pleaso pay mo individually, and parties present ing bills will come to mo personally. I will pay no bills unless made by me. I otrer for sale my farm and city property, tho latter consisting of three-story brick block and two frame, dwellings; also my horses, wagons, farm tools and other per sonal property. LEOPOLD FRANK. Nov. 18, 1880. tr Mothers! Mother.-! 1 Mothers!: Are you disturbed at night and bro ken of your rest by a sick child suffer ing and cryiux with the excruciating pain uf cutting teeth'? If so, ga at onco and get a bottloof MUS. YIXSLOW3 SOOTHIN'O SYRUP. It will relievo tho poor little sufTerer Immediately depend upon it; there is no mistake about it. There Isnota mother on earth who has ever iish1 It, who will not tU you at once that it will regulate tho bowch, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to tho child, operating llko magic. It is perfectly safe to uso In all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and Is the prescription of one of tho oldest, and beat female physicians and nurses In the United States. Sold everywhere. 23 cents a bottle. Xov. 4, 1880. ly Mothers. Of all diseases to which children aro liable, none are so alarming In their approach, ao dangerous In their conse quences and so often and suddenly ratal In their result as Cnoup. The attack Is ofteuet In the night. Frequently no physician Is near, and yet that peculiar hoarse cough, that difficult and labori ous breathing, those spasmodic strug gles for respiration, miut be retiesed fi mallaUly, or the child will dik. A prompt, Bxva and effectual remedy 1 found Iu DR. SETH HART'S CROUP SYRUP, as thousands can testify. For sale by all druggists. 15 lbs. Prunes-for $1.00 at Bovie, Pitrat & Co's. tf The best family Sewinj; Machine at Modi's Clothing Store. Hou-SlioSavctl Hor Darling-. "I shall never again feel so awfully nervous about my bable3 teethlctr." writes a grateful mother. We almost lost our little darling by a long attack of cholera Infantum, but haunlly beard of Parker's Ginger Tonic In time. I toon a lew spoonfuls myself, which soon cured my nursing baby entirely, and an occasional doe has kept uic and oaDy in penectiy good iicaitn, and made us so strong and comfortable that I would not bo without this reliable medicine for worlds." A Mother of Brooklyn. Jfov 'Jo Jw The well known strengthening prop erties of Irox, corabiued with other tonics and a most perfect nervine, arc found In Carter's iron Pills which strengthen the nerves and body, and Improve the blood aud complexion. Jov 25-r2w m m m A Word to Mothers. Mothers should remember thit a most important duty at this season Is to look after tho health of their families and cleanse the malaria and impurities from their systems. There Is nothing that will tone up the stomach and liver. regulate the bowels and purify tho blood so perfectly a3 Parkor's OIngcr Tonic, advertised In our columns. Tho wonderful cures of long standing. cases of rheumatism, neuralgia, and malarial disorders U the reason why this pure and excellent family medicine Is to generally esteemed. Post. A Cough, Cold or Soro Throat should be stopped. Xeglect frequently results in an Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption. BROIVX'S BRONCHIAL TROCHE3 are certain to give relief la Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh Consumptive and throat diseases. For thirty years the Troclie3 have lwen rec ommended by physicians, and always give perfect satisfaction. They are not new or untried, but having been tested by wide and constant uso for nearly an entire generation, they have attained well-merited rank among tho few staple remedies of the age. Tnblic Speakers and Singers use them to clear and strengthen tho Voice. Sold at twenty-tivecent a box everywhere. Xov. -1, 13S0. ly Billions Attacks. Kerr's Dande lion and KIdncywort Pills exert a powerful lnlluence on the Liver, and will restore Its nominal functions. For week take one pill every other night, observing a well reeulated diet. Price 20c. per box- Copyrighted by Kerr Bros., Gallipolis, O. Druggists and Country Dealera wlsn- mg 10 ouy n.err s neywort Pills at Wholesale can seenro prices by applying cither personally or by letter to Kerr Bro3, Druggists, cor. Court andd Ste., GalUpolis, O. Single boxes gent by mail to any ad--dress on receipt of prleo, 20c. per box. Jno, Dages & Co. bow have the largest and cheapest line of staple Wool and FatHatrla the city.