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A " t Volume JOVf. THURSDAY, 16. 1880., r K"ninler ft VM. NASH, .Editor. 2 ' . ' ' ' ' , '"Trnth ana Justice." ' 1 go in Advance FOR THE HARMZSOXT'S. All the new and bcautiful-ifovelties for the Holiday Season in lavish display at THE NEW YORK STOKE. The Immense Eoom literally, .Gorged -witlitFanoy and The handsomest display of known. Splendid assortment of fine nrcsent.for a.ladyor. gentleman. K?SEh1antSilS5carfs and Tics 7hite ad-colore bdrderafor:Ladie3, Genfe atfd phildren. A.great.bargains in these goods. . 'e1rmd:beSatrfui designs in Plain'and Novelty EIBBONS, all widths, very cheap. ' Snmethinsr.that will count as a Christmas Gilt! A' ew elegant and - Fi T.,of mnDSro hniiiriit l.itfl iin the Dolmans reduced to $15.00 $20.00 Dolmans cut down this week to .$12 00. Startling reductions -in CLOAKS. $5 00 Cloaks reduced to $3.00; some as low as $2.25. Cloaks that sold earlier in the season at $20 00 cut down tj $10.00; and. $12.00 Cloaks to $5.50 and $0:00.' 'Now is the time to spend, your cash and save 150 percent. in value. -'"-- "2.. .- '.' iniWnrstS Knit close Stock. WFour cases of Fine andXIIieap Dress Goods, just received and placed belowescirt;rotc3flS'hell2 cent; Brocades reduced to. 9 and 10 cts. tilling onryj.3 j cw.?- u? DecTltJ; 1880.. u v. SPLENDH) JfflmAjOTIONS AT SILK, HANDKERCHIEFS ever exhibited in the city. Lowest prices ever Russla'Leatuer Poctet Books, very for gcnt3. Splendid line of new and it - - Dolmans and season at a great sacriGce of value, which we will not carry over. $25.00 Goods. Nubias. 'Scarfs. Hoods. Ulsters, &c, all cut down nearly half to . . 1 HARMISON'S NEW YOEK STORE. ULIDAYN! Staple OHEISTMAS GOODS. Cheap. A beiutitul and substantial beautiful Linen Handkerchiefs, in Cloaks, . on our counters at 15 to" 20 per cent. F ne Lustres, all colors, all-wool WHOLESALE GROCERS. ALL'EMONG, BAER k CD., Succcesors to HENKIN6, ALLEH0NG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN - - Produce and Provisions, GALLIPOLIS, -- - -. - OHIO an., , 1879. do m m TO SIDE? T7eiave'a large assortment of Carringes, Baggies AND BZPS.ISSS W AG-OUSj Both or our own make and Cincinnati' manufacture, which we will sell at UNPRECEDENTED PRICES ; FOR CASH, notwithstanding thoMatc' advance In material. Call and see us'. J AS. VANDEN & .SON. Sept.l8,1879-tf CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES. Alexaflfler i iws, i . . J, EVCPTtllinir abreast Ot m The 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, 1880 tf JParm Tor Sale. THE subscriber offers for sale, his farm of one hundred and sixteen acres, two miles from Gallipolis, on the O. & W. Va. Railroad. House, stables and outbuildings good. For further particulars address or enquire on the premises ot A. P. RODGERS, Gallipolis, Ohio. Sept. 2, 1880. HENRY LEVINGST0X. Fine Wines and Liquors, Choice Brands of Cigars- oysTers aervea m every style during the sea son, also for sale by the quart and can. COUKT STKEET, WEAK SECOND. Oct. 7, 1880. " W- M. Ridenour Dealer in BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c, flnnrf. St. frnllmnlis f UOUrC OS., UaiupoilS, U, The tfest StOCK, and the Inwpat -nriPPQ nf nnv limiRA lOWeSC prices, OI any UOUSe in tOWn, All new. CaU and see. April 17, 1879. I ine entertainment 01 excursion parties will bo made a specialty of this season. A. fine air? tM. refreshments and music will be r,ir rn nished on short notice: also stabling and. feed ANNOUNCEMENT. I HEREBY respectfully annouce to the citizens of Galllpolls and vicin ity that I have purchased recently the well known, r of Mr. T, X. JIAYWARD. I shall al ways keep on hand a full and well assorted stock of PURE DRUGS, Medicinesj Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Glass and Fancy Goods. Also a well selected stock of Wines and Liquors for Medical Purposes, Cigars, To bacco, &c, And I hope by strict and faithful at tention to business, to merit a liberal share of the public oatronnge. MR. 1IAYWARD will assist me for some time to come, while settling up his own business, and will bo glad sec his friends. Respectfully, J. H. SCHAAF. PracUeaLGerman Pharmacist. Aug.' 25;-1830. ' OHIO blue mm sprigs ! Wear Kygerville, GALLIA COUNTY, O. HAVING leased the above property for a term of Tears, I take pleasure in announcing to tbe uublic that such, progress nas been made in fitting up and Improving tbo buildings and springs as to cnauto ma to entertain regular boaniers and transient visitors.' Tbose seeking a restoration of bcalth will find here a variety or as good mineral and other water as the world affords: pure air. bcantirnl tccnery, lovely roaming groves, 'and healthy diet. Thosefsccklnir recreation and innocent amuse. jncnt. will have every possible effort made to gratify tnelr withes. Dr.JOHNSON. who resides near the snrinzs and has been prescribing the water in bis prac tice tor several years, unaiy onen nis aavice to visitors in regard to the use or the water this season free ef .charge. D.R. JACOBS. July 22, 18S0 tf Drug SisbE MILLING. i "TTTAGONS built and repaired, at my VY shop, three miles west of Ewlng- ton. - kJAME3-CRAIG. Aug.ia,i88o-iy , JPapm for Sale Springfield V, amis ,qLt o,, Jt'seven miles from' Gallipolis, and one mUefrora Jtho railroad; containing 225 acres ICS cleared and "most "of it n Wu? K,riss" Good housed stable, ind orchard Forr further, particulars cn- quIreKfrddres ft aK ilMulo InV: 4, lfeffWl H. ALBSHIRE & CO - DEJLLXBirV Flo.ur, , Wheat, lTIIII-Fcedj i&c. CASH FOT WHEAT, EUREKA ITIIIfiS, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J Favmov Sale. I OFFER my farm of 200 acres, for "sale. "It is located five mires trora Gallipolis, has on it a good framo dwelling house, with eight rooms, cellar, pantryyaml good well of water at the door. For further particulars apply, to" me. . " " CLARt'MORT02T. Augn5,1880... Will hereafter, glve8PECiAi attention to SURGERY, OBSTETRICS, and the diseases of WOMEN and CHILDREN. r ( July &: 1830; , ,1 Bargains. BANKING. OHIO VALLEY BANK, GA T,T,IPOIiIS, OHIO. Cash Capital, SI 00,000. INDIYIDUALJillBILITY. A. HENKING, f President. J. T. IIALLIDAY, Vice-President. C. W. HENKING, Cashier. DIRECTORS.: A. HENKraa, ' Wn. SnonEit, J. T. nALI-IDAY, C. D. Bailkt, C. W. Henkixo. tyDealu in Government and. Galli polis City Bonds. Makes collections on all points and issues Drafts on princi pal Cities In the United States and Europe. Banking hours from 9 A. JI. to 3 P. at. BANK, GALLIPOLIS. EDWARD DELETOMBE, President. JOSEPH HUNT, Vice-President. JNO. A. HAMILTON, Cashier. Capital Stock, - - $100,000. DIRECTORS: Edward Deletombe, Jno. A. Hamilton, Reuben Alcshire, Jos. Hunt, John Hutsinpiller, J. S. Blackallcr. Buys Gold, Silver, U. S. Bonds, Cou pons, and Government Securities of all kinds. Bank open from 9 A. M. to 3 J'. M.J JNO. A. HAMILTON. Cashier. L. M. BKMAN" 3. G. 1VKI.LEB, Pres't. Vice Pres't. M. e. bkman. Cashier. CENTREVILLE National Bank OF THURMAN, OHIO. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, 100,000. BANK OF CIRCULATION, Dis count and ISxchauge. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Good paper purchased. Drafts on New York, Cin cinnati and other cities for sale. Banking hours from 9 to 12 and from lto4. DIRECTORS: L. M. Beman, S. O. Keller, Permelia Wood, J. O. Gross, X. P. Porter. fi li'orlteut. My two-story Brick Residence on Second? street-formerly occupied by Sam'l Brosius. H. W, GILMAN. Sept. 23, 1880. LINSEED, LARD "CASTOR, SWEET, NEATSFOOT, ; FISH, CARBON, and LUBRICATING OILS, BENZINE, TURPENTINE, &C, AT MILLS & GO'S; Wholesale and Retail "Drug Store. Aurl2,s1880 ' V -. : ',, l)r. -Isaac Scotfs Colelirnted .' Ijivor Bills Are a sure cure for Liver Complaints and all Bilious Diseases. There is no disease so'common as that of the liver, auu uu vim wmcn so frequently uc ranges the other organs of' the digestive system. Dr. Bcott's Pills operate pleas antly and efficiently without producing pain or sickness. Tbe most delicate females or children can use them safely. Let no one fall to try them, as a single trial, will convince any one of their great merit. For sale by all Druggists. July 29, 1880 ly ' For the Journal. Oregon Letter. Oregon Letter. DALLAS. OREGON, Nov. 8, 1880. Jin. Editor: Inclosed Ton' wlll'flnd my subscription for the Johrxai.; with it I send a few items, thin&iig.nerhabs they may1 prove interesting-td some-of the many readers o: your wormy paper. We left Gallipolis, March 29th. and4ir- nved at Wallas uregon, April istn; nau :i very pieagaui. inp, wiui uic uuupuuu of sea-siekitess, of which we immediate ly recovered upon entering the Coiuhi bia river. We had the pleasure of the company or.-ilr. George Stout, or Meigs ,Uo. as faras Sacramento. He prdved a Tcry pleasant and agreeablo traveling com imnlun. I have seen some interesting letters in the Journal written by E. A. Stone, and he gave a minute description of ail the points ot interest as rar as ugiicn hut 1 think Mr. Stone missed the grand est sislit on the Central Pacific Road namclv rounding Cape norn.on the Western slope of the Sierra 'Nevada Mountains. The road is cut In the mountain side just wide enough for the track, with the snow-covered mountains towering in the sunlight on one hanu, whilo on tbe other we could look down Into a yawning chasm hand reds of fee below, while the least obstruction Ih the road would havo precipitated us into the ::1 most fathomless abyss.. It was a magnificent sight for those who had a- head steady enough to look, and they were few. The mountain scenery was varied and beautiful.-and highly appreciated after the monotony of the plains. We left the summit of the Sierra Nevada about noon onAoril the 8th, where the snow was fifteen feet deep, and the same eve ning welwRsed through the Sacramento valley, where beautiful llowers were in bloom everywhere. It was like the old gathering flowers in one hand icd snow In the other. Sacramento Valley is the most beautiful country I ever beheld: it was too enticing to pass uy hurriuly, so we stopped in bacra: mento auu spent two uays in seeing the sights Hut I am forgetting myself; It is not my purpose to give a description of our ouruey, hut oi the country in which we are at present located. We are abo t fifteen' miles west of Salem, near Dallas, the county seat of Polk, Co., a village of perhaps J,uuu inhabitants, witii a railroad passing through it The temperature of the place is de lightful; being about fifty miles from the coast, we get just enough sea breeze to be comfortable, in this irameuiate neighborhood it is rolling prairie, In tersnersed- with ranges of hills. It is a level prairie to.the Willamette river, a distance of about 10-miles, while far beyond the snow peaks of Mt. Hood and ait. Jefferson are plainly 'visible. Improved land ranges from $10 to $75 per acre, owing to improvements and location; grub land from $3 to $10 per acre. Mahlon Guy, formerly of Vinton, Gallia Co., Ohio, lives about one mile irom Dallas: he lias a line situation and good larm of JUU acres; he says he could not be induced to' go back to Ohio, wnere ueat aim coiu nave sueir extrem ities. This year he harvested' 100 acres of grain. Wheat harvest .commenced the Ja8tpf July anu lasted tin the auth or Septem ber. Wages from $1 50 to $2 00. The farmers here each harvest from 100 to COO acres of graiu. Where the ground properly tilled it will yield 2o to 40 bushels to the aere, but where the land is foul and wild outs get the start, wheat wont do roucu good, touch land nas to be well summer-fallowed, before it ever does any good'. It looks odd to a Buck eye to see all wheat and no corn, al though corn is said to be cultivated to success iu some of the adjoining couu ties. We have fruits of all kinds In abun dance except peaches; vegetables do well, but most of the gardens have to be irrigated, owing to the small amount of rain-fall during the summer. s. The State Fair was held at Salem in July. We spent one day looking at her exhibitions. They had a good display of everything except agricultural pro duce, winch oi course could not he much at such an early season. Iiut they had the finest display of stock I ever saw. They havo a camp ground adjoining the fair ground, where the larmers and those from a distance fcike their tent and camp out during the.Fair. iney enjoy themselves and navetflollv time in general. On nearlng the place h nas tnc appearance oi a vast Indian camp ground, judging from the little white tents that dot the place. tc were in saiein tne other-day. and took dinner with Mr. Wesley-Graves, formerly of Gallia County, Oiiio. We were hospitably received and enter tained by our worthy host; Mr. Graves Is doing a big business in the hotol line. Well, Mr. Editor, please send us on tiie Journal, and we hope it will con tain items from the different neighbor hoods oi the county, especially Vinton, for iu this far North-western corner of our great Republic, we yet like. to know now oiu uiiuia is getting along. Very J. COY. For the Journal. The Common School Teacher. The qualification necessary to elve success in any calling, common sense is demanded iu larger measures in teach ing, than Iu any other prolession. llow necessary It in. that a man should understand-- something of the qualifications necessary to give him success inany profession, before he enters on the discharge of its duties. But how often do we see vouns men flnrl irnmpn Efnnnlnop fnrth tr, 11 tl,n . . , u w.vfg.... .V. .1. V . . 1 . . 1 1 W places of feachcr3, with no Just Idea of the. quainieations, of, ,the teacher.pthia duties. Now whose fault Is "this, that our schools year after year, are ta'usht by the young and Inexperienced? iirst, tne greatest source or this evil Is found in the present school system. Those who have the proper .experi ence and qualification are not' .paid sufficient wages to induce them' to con tinue to teach. Thus our teachers dron out of the work almost as soon as they begin- to develope their powers as teachers. The nunils thev have taucrht and" the'nublic 'tierlvd'no beheflfTrom" the experiments thev. have made In the school room. The" positions they leave must bo filled by young teachers again,'' who must take up the old work'of ex perimenting. ., .Now under this system there is not proper stlmulous to prompt competent yopng men and women to enter the work as a profession. It is' true that many Intelligent young men and wo men often engage in teaching; but It.is generally for a short time only, and for the purpos of enabHnehemselves,o' reach something higher. Nor Is there a due stimulus to teachers to prepare themselves for their work before engag ing in It. They intend to drop'outih a few years and therefore do notfeeltht ecesslty of- a. thorough .nreriaratlon. Knowing they have Jlttlq at stake they do not take pains" to build a'wide reputation' by doing. goddhvorKf .They permit the work, to drag. along as,,t may;' while they give their attention' to' something else. To ..be a' true 'teacher1 of a eommoji 5c!kh1 Is to be a here and a public rajtftyr:? S sr The Common School Teacher. L. D. FILLINGER. The Common School Teacher. L. D. FILLINGER. Old Bazembee Makes a Reputation. tatlon. Old Baxemboe had returned from the elnb the other evening, when, as he hung up his ovei coat on the hall hat rack and prepared to go up stairs, he ncaru sucu strangely excited voices in the front narlor that he mused to listen. A voice that h recosrnlied at once as belonging to that fast lookluc vounsr anyaerno naa warned -Maria to be care ful about, said contemptiously: "i-eace, woman, nu weary mo no longerJby your renroaehes. I tell vou the day of weddine twitii Alice Mon- tressor Is fixed, and by-heavens? nothing sunn prevent my union i - uoultl these words be addressed to his own daughter. Yes, It was indeed Maria's sob-choked tones that replied : ATMs, then. Js-xthe reward formv. devotion. Ruined and forsaken, you taunt ,Me with yonrIatest conquest: i r:. r ' ' i ..." ' iiiuiisicr c-owaru i ! , Wl. It oniv rea Hired a second for Hncem. bee tornsh'up ijtairs ariU.'get ft shofc-gun out oi ine.cioset. 'lhe next moniEnt ha burst into the narlor with blazins? ores? arid. taHng he black hearted betrayer' to the floor, fie placed the muzzle of his ureii-ii-ioauer lo 1119 lemnio. nisgins; a "villain, swear to me that vou will raaKe an uonest woman or this noor duped angel or' I'll "strew the floor with. your devilish braius!" "Hooravl shouted young Snyder, sitting and clap ping in iiauus.- "x.iat'8 way up. Mag nir: Splendid 1" f "Beautiful, Panat Encore Encore I Bravo!" added Maria, delightedly. I never saw anything, bettor at Bald win s." Eh? What? I cr cr?1' stammer ed the bewildered pareut, "grounding arms. --i. jk. Wc'were so afraid that-vou would ooject to my-taking part in the private inearricais. ata said vou'd never listen to lt. Hut you act-better than any of us doesn't hc'Bbbby?" You bet," replied Bobbv fervently 'Guess you must have b'een an amateur Macready once, sir."' lticn Mr, Baicmbse coughed and wiped his forehead, and mumbled about his having seen a good deal of that sort of thing when ho was young, and mui, Diana must nc suro to take in the mat when her young friend had gone, and then went up to bed and dreamed ho was playing an outraged community to crowded houses all night U "Let Politics Alone." Detroit .Free Press. A real clean, nice-looking old-ceuple wore at uic union depot yesterday to take" a train' going south. The husband was nearly'scventy-years old and pretty lively, and the wife was only a year or two behind hlm, wlthn voice that meant business every tlmo she opened her mouth. There was considerably political-talk, around the depot, anifthe old man at once became interested. I've been over. in Canada In the woods fo'r thelast two week and I hain't hcarda thine," lin explained. "Is the LUociajverjvJth?:? '. v "les," replied one of the men. "Many riots and knock-downs?" "Thousands of them." "I used to be the worst man around the polls you ever see," continued the oici gene as nc spit on nis hanu. "I've seen the time it took four constables to hold me." "Peter, what are vou dolne here?" asked the old lady as she suddenly ap peared. " ' "b hiding about politics." "What kind?" "All kinds." "Well, you lot politics alone and come nto the waiting room." "I'urty soon. So thoy had riots and knock-downs, eh? Lord! don't I wish 1 had been around I" "Peter I" called tho wife. "Yes, I'm here. I suppose the can didates sot up the drinks, didn't they?" uu, yes.". "Great shakesl Hut I wish I'd been over here. Take It along altoiit 40 years ago, and alter 1 had three drinks down It took tbo whole Whig party to hold ine- Aly. great hold was. in. cleaning out the voting place and walking off with tho ballot-box." . "Peter, I want you I" called the wife "Yes. Nancy. Well, which s!dn ' Peter was choked oil risrht here Nancy got hold of bis collar and lifted his heels off the floor, whirling him around, and headed him for the wait ing-room with the remark: Alter you nave lived with me another 40 years you'll learn that when 1 say I eter I'don t mean Paul I Tho Idea of you're standing out here talking pontics when we've-got to-looicarouiid for a piece of bed-cord to tie that old satchel up. or lose half our duds! Pike!" When they camo out to tike the train theold.raan had his eye out, and seeing tne man who had answered his ques tions, he asked : "Who did you say was Mected?" He was yet on the last word when the wife brought her bandbox down on top his head wiih the exclamation : "Shetupl" That "shet" him. He looked back once .with a sorrowful, Injured air, "but she punched him In tho back with the box, and he humbly entered the car and was driven Into the seat on the side next to the dark wall. Trees With a History. In one grove In California, are 1.308 trees, none measuring less than six feet In diameter. A magnificent white oak stands in the Quaker burvln? ground in Salem. N. J. It Is more than two hundred years old,- and Is remarkable for Its amplitude "of shade; In one dtrection Its branches have a spread of 112 feet. The tallest trees In the world ara In Australia. A fallen tree In Glppsland measured 435 feet from the root to the highest point of the branches. Another tandlng.lu:the Dundenonir District In Victoria is estimated to.be 460 feet from the ground to the top. The largest Chestnut'treo In the coun try lsgf6wIhg'onlthTiarhTf;Sblomon Merklesnt Berks, Eenn.j arid Isrneirly; forty feet in clrcntntprnnon at thn haen. The top of thCrel!feached without danger oy.steps that are fastenedbetween the limbs. it'Xi estimated that this tree contains about seven teen .cords of wood. If still yields about" three bushels of chestnuts annuallyt - "S A russetfr apple fr'eei'-at SkowheSin. Me., was, 'planted in.. 1762. . "In lta branches a playhouse for children has' been -built? for half a century or 'morer The tree Is severi feetifrom the ground t, 1 1 rt i . n -r w . mio uxnuujies,. lire in nuojuer, uu ui whtchre;ygryjlargevand'average.thlr tyr'flva feet- tn length, covering a-space of" slxty-three feet lIn- diameter? Itsli more thanfoVr,ahd one half. feetfjn, dl-. ameter'.rand'bas yielded an average of thirty.buahels of apples each- yearj SA' sprout 'from' thlsapple, tree stands thirty-two feet"fcet 'from" the parent stem, but is forty-eight "years younger. E is fliEADOUARTERS HOLIDAY An immense array f iTAPLE DRY GOODS Suitable for Will We sold at our One Impartial Cheap Price. Dec. 16, 1880. BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AKE CONSTANTLY AKRIVING AT HSU S HUM'S, PUBLIC SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. W!e wilL mention. a few of tho many bargains received in the last' fe days: "Women Kip Double -Sole Polka 1. Women I Kip Grained Standard Screw Bals. 1. Our DODiilar 2.50 and 3.00 Winter Boots always in be excelled anywhere. Big Rubber Boots and Shoes Nov. 18, 1880. FOR AT SIU S' S.QIIAiRE, GtIlELIPOLIS, O. a Christmas stock of Men and Boys Winter Caps. OOD FANCY and & NOTIONS Present. All AND OAFS Unlined Bals. $1. "Women stock which wa claim rannnf; in all Sizes. Sign of the GoldJJoot. DRUGGISTS. A T C H E 9p3 A H W w o o 3 o a atOasf'SsSP: S3. S3 S3 3g E N an a a M I C A L S 5 T M a o.3g " S 3 u a t S "r& a" vi H3" a O f tr o D S5 " S I 3 a 3 a a 9 p Bi.i 5 e zr arsssSisss !3'??2es25S2 ;o a. era 3 a So a X 25 w a 5 & s Be 5.o B ru S 32. "S "S3 21 "T3 Cor. Court and 3d streets, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Feb. 26, 1880. nOUEH C. J0XK3. D. W. J0KE3 JONES &. JONES, Attoraoys-at-Iiaw, GALLIPOLIS, O. Office formerly occupied by B- S. VYaddell, on Second btreec. June"l'ori880 ly ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office -at residence, Front St., above uuiour iiouso, Galupolis, Obio. iThe 5Gcnuina.vPearljShirt for sale t.Bmnayberry,8,lprico.l.bOi This known to be the best shirtBQade." Aug. 12,1880. tf - gao. gnja3s 3 SADDLES AND SADDLERY. ESTABLISHED IN 1832. Manvfacturer and Dealer in SADDLES, BRIDLES, Harness, Collars,' Wagon and Buggy Whips; Lashes of all kinds; TRUNKS AND VALICES, LAP ROBES, DUSTERS, HARNESS OILS, Trace-Chains, Curry-Combs Horse-Brushes, &c. COURT ST., - - GALLIPOLIS, O "Repairing promptly attended to, Prices to suit the times. . tiT) 3. R. Safford. T. S. Brown, ft D3NTIS1S, 0FH0ES, SECOND ST. Aug. 14, 1879. POMEROY COAL. Full supply always on hand. Also, constantly on hand, the best Kanawha Lump, Nut and Slack Coal, tbe cheapest ra the marKet. juy faculties, are sucu mat i can supply these coals, at any landing, by tbe float or barge load, and at prices to accommodate consumers. Ofllcc, at the landing opposite the Duiour House. Good Coal 7- cents per bushel. J. HAMILTON, Agent. The best Hanging Lamp in market, at Bovie, Fitrat & Co. the Hutchinson & Baldridge Is the on ly firm that sell the GENUINE OL IVER CHILLED PLOWS' and POINTS In Gallia Co., Ohio, and Mason Coi, W. Va. In purchasing always look for tha name OLIVEE'on-tho beam. LADIES Go to FnHer, Hntsiri piller & Co. andTget one of. those fnice Delaware SewiBg Bockcrft RELIiBLEJNflEMNITF. 1862 GEO. II0USB, 1879 SUCESSOR to the Old Established Agency of R. L. Stewart, Fire, In land, ilarlne, Life and Accident In surance. Assets. $6,803,522 191 3.327J772 00 Etna, Hartford, Conn. .. Continental, Now York. . America, Pliiladelphia, organized 1794 C,652,009 00 Underwriters A gency, Tn ... Va.I. o non ectf nn Queen of Liverpool, Assets in.u. a i,G34,79i ou Amazon, Cincinnati 605,317 00 German American, New York 2,471,781 00 British American, Toron- to.Canada, U. S. Branch, 671,445 00 Travelers, Life and Acci dent, Hartford, Conn.. 4,595,445 00 Niagara, New York 1,329,650 10 Firemanu Fund, San Fran cisco...... 761,221 00 .Pennsylvania, I'hiiauel phla 1,855,233 00 jua lay 8. 1879 GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in rocerie, ConlectieBarietj ProviiieHSj &c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfully asks 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 s FAMILY GROCERY STORIL My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large and complete ; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits,. &c By1 strict attention to business, selling atsmall nroflts. Ihone to merit a share of public patronage. OYSTEES by. the.can andnalf can of the best quality; anu warranted to De iresn. COUNTRY PBODUCE of all kinds wanted, for whleh.the highest market price will bo paid. - C. SEMON. It yoa' are in need of Store Re-' pairs call on Klingtk Dageff and they will flt yoa oat.