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The Offlbi&l Paper ot Gallia County! OALLIPOLIS, THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1880. TholouRNAt. wilLbe found on sale at the Book Store of W. H. Mrr- ciieix, where also can be had, at 8 P. M. each day of publication, the Cincinnati Daily Gazette, Commer cial, and Enquirer, and where also subscriptions for either of the Dai- Us3 or Weeklies may "be loft. MS ' BHSF What It Has and Is Going to Do for Us. The Railroad maybe said to be fairly on its feet, from this point to the In terior of the State. The Journal, always up with the times and watchful Of the Interests ot its patrons and our growing little city, has been interview ing thewholesalo merchants and jnanu--facturers. ' Here Is theresult: Bovle, Pitrat & Co.. Wholesale Queensware. 'Our trade shows con siderable ot an Increase. We ship goods to Columbus, Logan and Mc Arthur.' Alleraong, Baer & Co Wholesale Groceries. 'We consider It an advan tage. We expect an Increase of trade there. There is a wide fleld there for us.' S. Silverman & Co., Wholesale liquors. 'We are well satisfied with the trade the R. R. brings to us, and expect some increase in the future.' Hutchinson & Baldrldee, Wholesale Hardware. 'We notice an improve ment. thou eh we haven't worked the territory as yet.' Jno. T. Ilalliday & Co., Wholesale Dry Goods. 'It has improved our busi ness. -We think It will continue to im prove from that direction.' Kerr Bros.. Wholesale Drugs. 'It lias increased our trade, both wholesale and retail. We think the prospects en couraging.' S. Bishop & Co., Furniture Manufac turers. 'It has Improved our business some. The future prospect is favor able.' Fuller, Hutslnplller & Co., Furniture Manufacturers. 'Wo are dissatisfied with their rates. They change too often. We can't get rates from beyond that will hold. If this was satisfactory our trade over the road would be good. Out trade Is increasing now.' Jas. Vanden & Son, Carriage Manu facturers. 'Our trade has improved. We expect it to improve more. We don't fear competition there. We haven't worked the trade.' J. M.Kerr & Co., Wholesale Hard ware. 'Increased our busluesss con siderably. Opened up a territory we never had access to before. It is of great advantage to us.' Mills & Co., Wholesale Drugs. 'We notice some Improvement in our trade from that section of country.' Li. Z. Cadot & Co., Wholesale Tobacco and Cigars. 'Great impovement In our business. Prospects flattering for the future P. A. Sanus & Son, Wholesale Drugs. 'Some improvement In trade. We have not worked the territory, but intend to do so.' Kllng fc Dages, Founders and Ma chine Shop. 'We have censiderable trade on the R. R. We hare good pros pects out there.' R. Aleshlre & Co., Millers. 'We sell something on the road. We don't like the manner in which they do business. (Beilroad.)' A. A. Lyon, Carriage Manufacturer. 'It has been of some benefit to me. I think it will be of more benefit in the future.' Enos, Hill & Co., Founders and Ma chine Shop. 'Increased our business considerably. We expect to build a legitimate trade along the load.' Geo. W. Clark Co., Millers. 'We haven't branched out there. We expect to receive considerable raw material from that direction.' Gallipolis Hardware Co. 'The Road has helped us very materially.' Henry N. Bailev, Wholesale Boots and Shoes. 'We have no trade out there.' Number Your House. A look at the numbered plat at the Mayor's Office show's It to be very sim ple The streets are numbered from Vine street up, numbers running alter nately across. Each lot has four numbers, the cor ner lots having eight numbers. The upper side of Sycamore and the low er side of Vine are.not numbered. The cross street are numbered from the river back and average 91 numbers to a street. The long streets average 574 numbers to a street. By the ordinance each property hold er Is required to number his house as soon as practical, using his own taste as to the style of painting. ' This is a matter that should receive prompt attention. It 13 a means of identifying property far superior to any other method. Telegraph messages would be safely and quickly delivered. Coal and pro visions would find their proper destina- flpn, and strangers would cease to wor f y n a fruitless searph for i'that jttle frame" or I'tnat one story qrlcl;. N John Thompson, the celebrated musi cal comedian, will appear in Aleshlre Hall, Wednesday, Dec. 22d, playing "Around the World In 80 Minutes." He is a fine character actor, personat ing eight different nationalities to per fection, besides being a good dancer and vocalist. He is supported by a strong company. Don't :forget the date .nor fall to go. or you will miss a rare treat The Clock. ?ho Cify CounplJ must .pay wat .it agreed to on the Town Clock. They must do it. We mean just what we say. Listen to us next week. Fried, Frizzed and Frosted. M!ss-TI.ketta Young hasreturncd to her hatae sat Columbus: O. after XI lenethjf visit to relatives aere Capt. J. J. Blagg U quite feeble and connned:to the Boase. Miss Fannte Rathburn will leave this week for Chattanooga, Tenn.. where she will -spend the winter with her brother, Jos..Raihburn. Mrs. Jno.T. Halllday Is still confined to the bouse. The jEollan Club will give a grand recentlon and supper next Thursday evening at their club rooms. The skating for the past week has been excellent. The boys, were out in force on Chlckamanga. S. Bishop I8sb far. recovered from his recent injury as to go to Cincinnati, last week, to purchase Holiday goods. Charles Stockhoff has returned from Cincinnati with new goods. The boys say he took a trip down below the cityl to inspect goods not in the market. . inspect gooas not ia Frank Ford is pow clerking in agio- eery store at Kansas City, M o. W. C, Hayward attended a banquet given by Crane, Breed & Co. at the opening of their new rooms in Clncln natl, last week. He Is one ot their old est customers. A large model barge has arrived here for the remainder of the railroad iron to be shipped below, The draymen are charging 40 cents per load for hauling goods to and from the depot. A. W. Kerns has returned from a trip to McArthur. He reports the mer chants of that place as having an almost universal tendency to purchase their goods of all descriptions Jn this market, Some of our crack shots can test their aim at McArthur on Christmas day. The shooting will be done on the prem Ises of E. D. Wolf, commencing at 10 a. m. The prizes are a black bear, deer, 2 hogs, 25 turkeys and 25 chickens Free to all. Miss Kate Clouse will spend the win ter lu Gallia County. Salem eon. Pom eroy Telegraph. The small flue of Brown's shoe shop on Locust street fell over, burning a portion of the adjoining building. The little steamer Clarlbell Is becom ing noted for fast time. Mrs. Mary Russell goes to-day to spend the winter In Gallipolis; and Dennis Peck goes to housekeeping In her house. Change is the universal order of all things. Rutland corr. Meigs Republican. Our efficient post office clerk, Mrs". S. F. Neal has been quite sick with the fever. The citizens along Spruce street are again clamorous against the Railroad Company for obstructing the street In front of their doors. Dr. Cljlrk, formerly of the Athens Asylum, was in town last week, the guest of his brother-in-law, R. S. Waddell. The merry sleigh bells again jingled last week. Smooth your runners for Venable's big snow next Thursday. Fuller, Hutslnplller & Co. received a raft of lumber last week from Kana wha. The bookkeeper in a wholesale firm on Uourt street is having his wedding clothes made. So 'tis said. Geo. W. Clark & Co. will chango their advertisement on the outside next week. They want to buy a large lot of corn. The business ot the Adams Express Company at this point has doubled within the past year. Miss Ella Young has left for Colum bus, O., to spend the winter. From there she will go to St. Louis, to make her home with her brother, Dr. Young. Mr. Smlthers sold the Newton home stead, all that part between the road and the river, to the Scioto Valley R. R., for $1,800. Cheap enough. flron- ton Register. Mrs. J. D. Bailey is still dangerously sick. The Young Folks Social Club met at the residence of John Cating, Friday night. Jno. A. Hamilton and S. A. Nash took Columbus, last week. Miss Llllie Fnltz has returned from Cincinnati, where she had been to se cure medical attendance lor her eyes, which are badly affected. S, Goetz is now confined to his room altogether. Chambers & Co. have contracted for new saw mill at Enos, Hill & Co's. is to be erected at Chambersburg, this county. Geo. W. Clark & Co. will increase the capacity of their flouring mill, this winter by making some additions. The towboat Jos. W. Gouldlng stop ped here Friday and had her machinery repaired at Enos, Hill & Co's. A new engine ot 120 horse power is being con rtructed here for Lawson & Bell. Checks on the National Bank of Yin ton county are coming into our home oanics ut get casneu. xnis shows a healthy trado between the two sections. Forty years ago we held the trade of that country when they had no outlet and now after so long we again trade them our products for their ready cash, Albert Mossman has opened a meat store on Third street below the St. Wendel Hotel. Several boys took a ride on the gravel train .Saturday afternoon to Gallipolis. On arriving there they were Informed that the train would not return to Mid dleport until Monday. This left the bovs in a bad box. Some walked home, some came up ou the Boone Sunday morning, while others hunted up friends In 'that city and paid them a visit. Bet ter keep off the trains, bovs. TMelgs nepuDiican What. are the Building and Loan As sociations doing? Have they wound up their existence? Let us hear from some of them. Burdette, the celebrated Hawkeye wit, will lecture, in this city shortly, He comes upon the invitation at thn High School. The proceeds after pay- lng-expeuses will be .for the benefit of the Iligh Hchoo. pne announcement ylll be made qf time and place. lion. 11. a. ueman recently pur- Chased 1 hog weighing 580, and three hogR averaging .242 pounds. The latter were only. .8 months old. They were raised by Warren Hulbert. P. J, Zehrlng had a severe spejl of sickness last week. i is to A. 1, ler to The Ohio State Deputy QU Inspector wa here last week looking qp violations Qf. the law.forbldlng the sale, of coal oil nojniq legal test. e,p,rajena cflm. plaints against (wo merchants. Ohio teat ta,lB degrees. .iwaegreea.. n - f a wd w;.r... ana Mmvnw. Jarqn. .Lawsoa Bell's mill hag reached the third story. - - The sale pfiKolWay goods Is reported slow The Telegraph Office here, handled 1500 messages during November, exclu sive of money orders. The average monthly receipts of this' office are $350 SDecial messages to newspapers used '3401 words. Chas. Boss, one of the big guns telegraphy Is in town. Mrs. E. Battemon, of Pomeroy, visiting Mrs. Ed. Williamson. Sidney M.ShorLhaa received a par don "from Gov. Foster. His petition was signed by Judge, jury, prosecu tine attorney, county officers, and citizens generally. - Christmas is coming. The columns or the Jourkal furnish full information in regard to holiday goods. Jos. Norton, of Portsmouth, is visit log relatives here, prior to occupying position at Gallia Furnace. Raccoon River was the highest ou the iith since the ereat freshet oi August, ... great deal of damage was done i ,nfs vicinity. -especially to the railroad. I Zaleskl .cqrr, w P Small haa retumed from a trip to Bg guidy, The recent high water did not Injure the railroad pier on Front Street. D. C. Cowden has had considerable trouble with his eye, which had ul cerated. in consequence of a piece of coal striking it. and not by a fall as stated by a coteraporary. Veulson Is in. the market. Alf. Burnett, chief of the Eureka Detective Association, has returned from a trip below. Alf. was roported killed by outlaws, but we are pleased to contradict the report. luuanesion Leader. Dressed rabbits are selling. In this market at 10 cents a piece. A. Newton put In the Park last week, the largest tree so far set by a private citizen. It is about 35 feet in height and Is a maple. The Firemen will give another of their fine dances on Christmas Jive, This is a very pleasant way of paying debts. The new suits purchased by the boys are still unpaid for, and consider ing the valuable aid they render to the citv. It is both an act ot duty and. a genuine pleasure to aid thoje who are valuable to us financially. The price of admiKglon is fixed at $1 per couple, The tltkets will be sold by a Committee and also at the door. The dance will be at Aleshlre Hall and the Italian Band will furnish the music Miss Hettle Moore has gone to Now York City, to spend the whiter with her aunt, Mrs. R. H. Elias. n? it. Bradbury, the County Clerk elect, has purchased the Hiram Dale property on Cedar street, and will re move his family here. The change in the Clerk's Office occurs in February next. A year's subscription to the Jocnjui. a durable, appreciative Christmas present to some far-away friend or rel ative. Mrs. A. G. Sears, formerly ot the Academy school, has grown to be fleshy. Mrs.'M. A. Booten will make her home at her father's, John Atkinson, this winter. The following received certificates at the last teacher's examination : Lucinda Sawyer, 18 months; Jordan Booth, 18 months, D. E. Sawyer, 18 months; Henry Hickman, 18 months; John Brucker, 12 months; J. H. Baker, 12 The daily mail to Rio Grande, will be abandon8d after to-day, and a semi-K,,,. weekly mail established. Tho dally mail will continue from Rio Grande on Portland The first seven days of December de cides the Jtafiu of the post office with the Department. The year in 1879 for that period shows a total of all packages of 5,784; the Increase this .year is 1402. So our express and telegraph business shows a big Increase. Towards the $500-fund spoken of last week as being raised for the debts of the M. E. Church, there has been sub scribed $450. Jno. B. McCormlck is selling Eagle Furnace coal. Mrs. A. W. Wood, widow of the late W. Wood, has gone to Columbus to reside with her son-in-law, Wm. Sharp. Sam'l Drake Is representing Gallia county In the State Grange at Colum bus. Council has approved the election of officers of G. V. Fire Department. They are: Chief, P. B. Pntchett; Sec retary, Tom F. Hott; Foreman H. No. A. T. "Randall; H. No. 2, C. S. Friend; Foreman Hook & Ladder Co., Jno. T. Hampton; Engineers, E. Geis- and E. P. Ralph. W. S. Thornlly's produce boat has ar rived safely at New Orleans. "A Patron," next week. Vinton Lodge, No. 131, F. & A.M., will have an open installation and sup per at their hall on the evening of the 27th. The Infirmary .Directors were In session last week. Bills amounting to $2282 17 were ordered paid. Probate Court. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Theodore 11. Nlda and Nancy E. Bar- cus. Henry Alexander and Viney Ncace. Joseph btrcnilng and Arabella Kigcr. Alpheus Lane and Elizabeth J, Jones. Fleming JUCKinney and Jane Court ney. Joseph M. Vanpelt and Mary Errltte. John R. Gooch and Alice L. Weed. Wm. M. Rife and Anna L. Scott. OTHER MATTERS. Ella S. Johnson. Administratrix of Chas. Johnson, jr., deceased, filed her final account. Transfers of Real Estate. Grxkx John GUfilen to Austin Broth ers, 10.14 acres, $202.S0. Simeon J. F. Martin to a. A. Martin, quit claim, 120 acres, $250. George W. Daniels to Hen ry Brit, 40 acres, $550. Springfield Danler" L. Womeldorff John C. George, 30 acres, $550. Ohio Mary Gllnore and Isaac Jeffers tn A. J. Saltsman. 38 acres. !tJ5 James B. Iayne to.Lewls M. Layne, 22 acres, $20p Walnut Henry Neal to David Y. Neal, 120 75-100 acres, love and affection and Si. William Williams to.Jonn 11. Williams, 40 acres, $440. Gallipolis City. J. II. Summers to Chas. H. D. Summers, quit claim' inter est In s. w. of Lot No. 376, $150. Cut PhllllD Eats to Austin Broth ers, 9 acres, $75. lucpooH Kuward Kd wards' heirs, or C.B.Blake, to John H. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall Mich. Will send their celebrated Electro Voltaic 1elts to the afflicted upon 1 aayl.J?u . Speedy cures guaran- teea. i-ney mean wnat tney say. Write to them without delay; J Nov. 20; 1879 ly The Connty CommUMbners fcdjouthad Thursday, to "meet in Special session Jan. 9th. The followlngls the conclud ing business-of the session: s Bridge alio waneea . . . .... $1608 59 Reven ue appropriations . . . 370910 For sheep "kl lied . 14if 7& In the matter of the road petitioned for by W. W. Betz and othersthe same was established between RIdgway's and Harrisburg, - The J. J. Blngroail.'In Addison, and the Graham road, in urecn, Doth es tablished. f The petition of Jacob Webster and otheri, for 'the -vacation W a road in Walnut, "was dismissed. The same -en try In the Ecker road. The Perkins road in Harrison and Clay townships was established. Allowances in State cases before Justices of the Peace were made to tho amount of $227 IS. The boarding of prisoners in the jail was fixed. at 45 cents per day. The Auditor was instructed to receive bids for the sale of the clock on the Court House. Masonic Election. Moruing Dawn Lodge "No, 7, F. & ., M. elected officers Monday night for the ensuing year as follows: C. M Holcomb, W. 31., Jos.S.tafford, S. W. 1). II. Baldridgc, J. W.i W. Wl Martin- dale, Treasurer, Jno. C. Vanden, Seci tary, A. T. Brown, S. D., F. S. Phillips, JT. D., and William Selfridgc, Tyler. They will be Installed at the next regular meeting. The Holcomb-Brouse Wedding. "Mr. Chauncey M. Holcomb. of Oalli- polls, and Miss Alice Bronse were mar fled on Tuesday la3t, by. Rev. J. W. Dillon at the residence of John -A. Vaughters, Esq., In Nile township. You made a narrow escape from Con gress, friend Holcomb, last fall, but we congratulate you heartily congratulate yon upon accomplishing a much better thing. There is no more charming, or nicer little girl In all the country round about, than little Alice Bronse, and hi getting her you have gotten a pearl indeed, that ScioLO county feels, honest ly proud of. To say that wo pray God Almighty to take a liking to you. Is saying just how we feel 'toward you. The following guests were present to lend gladness to the happy occasion: Air. and Jir3. ueo. a. vaughters, Chll llcothe; Mr. and Mrs. H. S-, Grimes, A Uolcomb, iq., and Miss Sallie Dillon, Portsmouth; Mrs. Dr. Vaugh ters and son, Mrs. E. T. Holcomb, of Vinton, motner to the groom; Miss Ro.oq H rouse. Mr. Chas. Moss and Dr, S. Phillips. Portsmouth Blade. Dee. lUh. Dr. t . a. I'tiiiups, or uauipous, was In the city Tuesday and Wednesday, of this week. 1 tie, Doctor is one of those old-fashioned Virginia boys, who, how ever much you may diner with in mat ters of religion, that the heart tumbles Kindly, it were a delight to take physic with hlra. When the shadows deepen and tho old year kisses the world good night, Doctor, knock at our sanc tum door and it shall be opened unto you. and wltlrlt ail the pleasures not sin, we are not that kind of a cat- but good fellowship. Portsmouth made. Moore's Indictments. Two lndictmeilts were returned bv the United States grand lury azainst Thomas ii. Moore, ot west Broad street, when he only expected one. It la an nounced that Judge Stacey Taylor, Moore's attorney, save notice that he would to-day file a plea In abatement to tue wnoie proceeding, alleging miscon duct on the part of, Edward Skces.-of Gallia county, one of the Jurors. It Is stated that the.allega'tlon will be that Skees came to Moore's place and offered ed aBanst hInl charges be verified, it tor f bu to see tnat no indictment was re- Should these will be an era barrassing situation for Mr. Skees. Columbus Journal, Tuesday. For the Journal. Burglary. On last night, 5th Inst., the dwellins: ouse oi Mr. joepn n. Martr, ot uuyan tp., was entered by some unknown bur- ar, who crept unuerthe bed on which r. Martt and his lady were renoslnir. got a small tin box, which the vile fiend relieved of Its contents ($38 00) and made safe his escape, leaving an empty box and a large hickory club near three rect long setting against the chair on which the tin box was left in same room. You that have money look out. for you know not the hour in which the thief cometh. A summary ot reports of Gallipolis Union Schools for the week ending December 10th. CKNTKAL BUILD1NO. Enrollment 642 Average dally attendance 600 " - " absenco 42 Per ceit. of attendance 93 uases oi caruincss jh DISTRICT SCHOOLS. Enrollment 150 Average daily attendance 135 " " absence 15 Per cent, of attendance -. 90 Cases of tardiness 8 COLORED SCHOOLS. Enrollment 185 Average daily attendance 154 " absence 31 Per cent, of attendance 83 Cases of tardiness 12 Nos. 5,7, 8, 9. 10 and 1 f Mill Creek) and 3 (Holcomb) had no cases of tardiness. Tho following were the visitors for the week: E S Aleshlre, W W M"ar tindale, Mr and Mrs Pitman, Dr and Mrs Alcorn. Mr and Miss Sterling, Mr. and Mrs II H Jones, Mr and Mrs Bancroft, Mr3 L Z Cadot, Mrs A W Allemong, Mrs Jas Mullineux, Mrs John Mullineux, Mrs J Stafford, Mrs Smith, Mrs M Smith. Miss Lena Wood, Mrs C Smith, Mrs E Mitchell, Mrs J Schenk, Mrs W Weaver, Mrs L Guy, Mrs Shaw. Mrs A Moore, MUs Plumm'er, "Mrs J Walker, Mrs Hebard,, Mrs Geppart; Mrs W K Mor- an, Mrs t JJovie, Mrs M Moses, Mrs H Baldrldge. Mrs A Henklne. Mrs A Hamilton, Mrs Jenkins, Miss Emma Cowden, Mrs D Trobrldge, Mrs r Moore, Mrs a Brown. Mrs a Cochrane, Mrs Geo Heaton, Mrs Kalph, Mr W Jones. Ko3. 3 and 4 go into the hall on Fri day. These exercises have been en- oyaoie. a M. E. HARD, Supt. MARRIED. DANIELS-FULTON To Osborn Fulton's residence, In Addison, Ohio, On the fourth day of December I did with pleasure zo. There Mr. John S. Daniels. Did MIssEffie Foltom wed,, And I your humble servant The ceremony said. S. DENNEY, M. G. Elegant Carving Pitrat & Co's. Sets at Bovie, Ladies' Presents. An immeuse line of beautiful and complete Sewing Caskets and Work Boxes; also a. fql.1 l$ne of Perfumery' and Toilet Qoods, at ffKRR; BROS', FullerrHutsinpiller ic Co. frflltsell yon a good Walhnt Wardrobe for fourteen dollars, at Hay ward's block. BUSINESS NOTICES .There Is lite finest collection gea eral Holiday Goods ever shown in the city now on view at Bovie, EttratACo. 2 - Frerybody should bnv a bottle of Thompson's Rheumatic ,War Lint Bent. It is'better than turkey for Christmas, if you have the Rheuma tism. 111 Lbs. Light Brown Snsar at T. T. Maucks for $1. Dec 16. 1880.-tF For a handsome present for the Holidays go to Bovie, Pitrat & Co. .Mr. Geo.'Honne't'.wIll take charge of the.Finlshlng'Departmeotof S. Bishop &CO's Furniture Factory. The best insurance against acci dent is Thompson's Rheumatic War Liniment. An extra large collection fine and late Style Lamps, at Bovie, Pitrat & Co's. For Sore Throat or Stiff Neck, Strains, fec, try .Thompson's War Liniment. Bohemian and Cat Glass, all varieties, at Bovie, Pitrat fr Co's. Something for everybody to know s that to enjoy the comforts of this life depends on liow.jnany bottles of Thompson's Rheumatic War Llni ment'ou bay. Yfln should always keep tt at hand. Can " be found at any Store. . -m . Elegant stock Silver Table Ware, at Bovie, Pitrat fc Co. -c I am always ready and willing to do good Thombsori'a Rhcumitic War Liniment Dec 1(5, 1880. 2w Bovie, Pitrat & Co have a magnifi cent display fancy goods in Silver. Toys! Toys!! Of all kinds to suit and please the Children, and older ones too. MILLS & CO. Dec. 9; 1880. Have you inspected Bovie, Pitrat & Co's. Grand Holiday Display now on view. Nice Pickled Pigs Feet, 40 cents per doz., or 3 cents each, at McHALE'S, State SfS Dee. 9, 1880.-4w The center of attraction for Holi day goods is at Bovie, Pitrat & Co's., Public Square. Santa Clans. When you are looking out for the Best and Cheapest Christmas Presents go to 35. T. Moore's Book Storo where Books, Bibles, Pictures, Albums, Velvet Frames, Work Boxes and Jewel Cases, Gold Pens. Pencils, Tooth-Picks; Toys, Wax and China Dolls, and a hundred other things will be found at the very lowest prices. Dec 16 2w Visitors to the city should not fail see the magnificent display in all lines for the Holidays, at Bovie, Pitrat & Co's. Silver Tea Sets, Butter Dishes, Castors, Napkin Rings, Knives, &c, at a low price, at the Gallipolis Hardware Co. The assortment is good. Go and buy your Christmas Presents. Dec. 9, 1880. 2w Novc'tles in Venitian Glass; novel- w, I .uamps; une iinrary .Liamps; patent adjustable Bracket Lamps; Bohemian Glass, Fine China and the largest and finest display Silver Ware at Bovie, Pitrat & Co's. The Gallipolis Hardware Co. has fine lot of Silver Ware, suitable for Christmas Presents. Tea Sets, But ter Dishes, Castors. kc. Prices low. Purchasers of supplies for families should visit Bovie, Pitrat & Co. and I take a look through their Grocery Stock. Foreign Fruits, Fine Candies, Canned Goods, Domestic Fruits, Staple Groceries, Largest Stock, Low est Prices, at Bovie, Pitrat&fGo. ARE COMING, AND - M. C. BARLOW ft CO. Ask their share of public pat ronage in buying Christmas and New Year Gifts for friends and relatives. They have received the finest and bejti assortment of Ladies' and Gent's Fine Hand-worked Slippers you ever saw. They also keep the celebrated "Reynold Bros', make of Fine Shoes, the only place in town where yon can get thent, and are "tbe best made." Also they have makes of Lilly, Bracket & Co. and J. H. fc F. H.. Torrey in Hand and Machine-work Goods. Those Clogs, self-acting Rubbers, for. both ladies and gents, are both nsefal and orna mental, and are a decided novelty. Do not throw your money away, but buy useful Presents. Those receiv ing the gifts will appreciate yourj kindness more in that 'class of pres ents than in knickknacks, only for show. Remember, we are the oaly Exclu sive" Boot 'and Shoe House la Galli polis.. Wo giro yon the 'best bar gains, and guarantee everything as represented. M.C. BARLOW & CO., Second Street, Near Court House. Dec 9, 1880. iw 11 in a o 5 1 I respectfully call the attention of the Trade to my General Stock of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GENT'S CLOTHS AND SUITINGS, XadieH Cleaka auel Delman, fine Dress Goads, 811kg, Velvets and Vrf mmlMgg, And one "floor devoted exclusively to C ARRETS, which surpass any Carpet atook for Sept. 30, 1880. ITT wittier M. A. COX, K. 33 Court Street. A. MOCH TO THE FRONT AGAIN, And this time to offer the lected stock-of Men's, Boys' and Children's (jlothing, rogetuer wicu nais, uaps, TrunKs, ana lient's Jb urnish ing Goods, ever offered in this or any other market, and wmcn will be sola so low compete with. RemembeV the "Old Reliable." where you ect vm goods always as represented. You will always rind the attachments of all kinds, buio tu cuu uuu tixuuuut; Krnn.i... a toon largest. chejinGsf; jinrl hp.sf. rp. that all competition' cannot best Sewtner Machines and with a guarantee on all. Be utjiure purcnasmg. HOLIDAY GOODS NEW STOCK AT Reduced Prices. Wo have all kinds and the latest styles of Millinery Goods, Fancy Laces, Jets, Hosiery, ice, fec Fan- cy Notions without limits We have also Bazar Patterns forsale. NAEGELE & WEHRLE, 2d St, above Square. Dec. 9, 1880. 4w For Sale, My stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats and .Caps, and Store Fixtures; also lease on Store-house. To any one wishing to engage in business this is a good opportunity. Will take good Real Estate in part nav. Ilea-1 sons for selling are I am going to connect myself with a Cincinnati Shoo Manufacturer 'after January 1st, 1881. W. M. RIDENOUR. Dec 2, 1880. A fine collection of Canes, Pipes, Cigar Cases, Fine Cigars, &c , at MILLS & CO.'S Drug Store. IIOliIlAY GOODS at Mrs. J. HOWELL'S. A large and magnificent line of Cloaks and Dolmans. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Hats. LIUICW. JJ.UUUO. CICUU VlOl Handkerchiefs, Fichus, Oollaretts, Ties, Laces & Bushings, Dec. 24w Court Street. Musicians! The finest and largest stock of Italian, Russian Gnt, Silk and Wire Violin Strings ever opened in this citv. just received at KERR BROS'. Don't fail to call and examine. Dec. 2, 1880. lm A CHOICE DISPLAY of Goods for the HOLIDAY SEASON, AT MISS HATTIE L APREIS'. Elegantly Trimmed BONNETS and HATS. Untrimmed Bonnets and Hats. CLOAKS, Nubias, Hoods, Mittins, Kid-Gloves, Leggings, and Children's Zephyr Knit Sacks and Gloats. Useful Gifts that every lady can appreciate: Handkerchiefs, Fichue, Collarettes, Scarfs, Ties, 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 Dell! Bells!! The largest and finest collection of Dolls in this city, at MILLS & CO.'S Drug Store. , , , , A Grand Display of Dressiag Cases, Assarted Perfumes, Perfumes bulk. Cloth aa'd. Hair Braces- Tooth Brashes and Haad Mirrors, at MILLS CO.'S Drag Store. j NICE LITTLE STOEY SANTA CLAUS. A genuine Meerschaum Cigarrette Holder A Bargain. A, nobby Cigar Case. Boss. An elegant Cigar Holder. A variet3 Excellent sweet briar-wood Pipes. Novelty Tobacco Cases. Curious Match Boxes. Cheap. The Best, Finest, Cheapest and greatest variety of Cigars and To bacco in all Ohio. Phillips, Reynolds, Gravely, Mas selman & Co., Griggs, Force, Wilson fe McCallay, have contributed their skill to our stock of Tobacco. If I find anybody buying these nice Christmas Presents anywhere else than at L. Z. CADOT & CO'S, I will report them to the Big Injun standing in front, or the door, SANTA CLAUS Dec. 2, 1880 tf Tell everybody that I have secured the store room of C. M. Fillmore & Co. for the Holiday Trade, and will have a nice line of Vases, Statuary and everything beautiful. Yours Truly, GOOD SANTA? CLAUS. Dec. 2, 1880. 4w Gentlemen's Presents. A full line of Genuine Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Smokers; elegant Cigar Cases, pocket Match Boxes ard Tobacco Pouches at KERR BROS'. . Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co., corner State and Third streets, Hay- ward's block, and get a Bedstead for $1.75. m u m 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 Pillows at Fuller, Co. for $1.25. pair nice Show Hutsinpiller & Mocking Bird Food at Kerr Bros. Drug Store. Nov. 11, 1880. If you want a nice Cajap Chair, go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller Co. They will sell yon one from $2.50 to eight dollars. Kendall's Spavin Cure and Gom bault'a Caustic Balsam at Kerr Bros.' Drug Store, Agents. Nov. 11, 1S80. Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. and get one' of those comfortable Delaware Rockers, double cane seat and back. Go to Kerr Bros. Drag Store for Lydia E. Pinkbams Vegetable Com poundAgents. . Nov. 11, 1880. Iindies' Presents. An elegant assortment of Ladies' Purses in Russia Leather and Satin; fine Pocket Books, and leather and satin Handkerchief Satchels, at KERR BROS'. Canvas, Cardboard, Mot toes, at 0. MT Fillmore Co's. Dec 2, 1880. 3m A Word to Mothers. Mothers should remember that a most important duty at this season is to look after the health of their families and rfeAnxe the malaria and Impurities from their systems. There Is nothing that will tone up tneatoaacn aaa liver, regnlate the bowels and purify the blood so perfectly Parker's Ginger Tonic, advertised In' our cetasans. The wonder ful cures of long taadljr eases of rheumatism, neuralgia, ad saalarlal disorders is the reason why this pure aad excellent fasHy mediclae Is so generally esteeaed -Pert, I at a at set & yoa Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. will sell you a Bed Spring for two dollars, at the corner of Stat and Third street, in Hayward'a block. S. M. Brandyberry will make yon. a nice fitting suit at a low figure. Fuller, Hntslnplllertfc Co. will sell you a good cotton top Mattress for five dollars, in Hayward Block, corner State and Third. m m m Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. and get you a comfortable Office Chair which they will sell yon cheap for cash. Tho famous B. T. Gravely chew ing tobacco is for sale at L. Z. Cadot k Co's, opposite Public Square. Come everybody who has a cane seat chair with tho bottom wore out and get a nice perforated Beat put in, at 50c, at Fuller, Hutsinpiller fcCo. The very choicest nlckle brands of Cigars are at L. Z. Cadot fc Co's1., opposite Public Square. Fuller, Hutsinpiller fc Co. will sell you a good Walnut Bedstead for five dollars. It is not made by boys at 50c. a day." Go and get a nice .SIDE-BOARD from twenty-Qve dollars to thirty, at Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. " 1 A Blessing. That terrible disease, Cnaoxic Ca tarrh, can be cured In everr case bv uslne the GOKSLENE CATARRH CURE. It is free from all objections which obtain In the use of other reme dies, and has cured thousands of Invet erate chronic cases. Send for circulars to HENRY O'BLENESS & CO., Athens. O. Children's Presents. Toys, Games, Dolls and Fancy Goods, in endless variety and at prices beyond competition, at KERR BROS'. Pure Xiiquors. For Good and Pure Liquors at from $1.25 to $5.00 per Gallon, go to Uhrig & Stockhoff, Court Street Dec 2, 1880. 4w For Your Oirl. The most Ijeantifnl and elegant line of Pearl and Shell Card Cases Autograph Albums and Calling Cards ever brought to this city, at KERR BROS'. Will sell a Bureau, Wash Stand nd Bedstead, for twelve" dollars, at Fuller. Hutsinpiller & Co. The best family Sewing Machine Moon's Glothing Store. Christmas is coming; New Year's Day Is coming; keep yonr eye open for suitable gifts. The Delaware cane office Chair would make a choice present. It is the finest and most durable office rocking chair now made Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. have it for sale. Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller fc Co get one of those nice Delaware Rockers for children. Go to the corner State and Third streets, In Hay ward's Block, and get Bedstead with Hardwood Posts and Hardwood Bracket Side Rails, for the small snm of two dollars and fifty cents, not made by boys at fifty cents a day Go to Fuller, Hutsinpiller & Co. and get a good Spring Matress for twelve dollars. It is cheap. Go to FULLER, HUTSINPILLER & CO. and get you a child's Bedstead, for three dollars and fifty cents. Fuller, Hutsinpiller it Co., corner State and Third streets, Hayward's Block, keep on hand a large assort ment of Looking Glasses; also the Plates for filling frames as follows: 10x17, 75c; 12x20 at $1.15; 13x22 $1.35; 14x24 at $1.50; 15x26 at $2.00; 16x28 at $2.50; 18x40 at $5.00; we have bed casters by the at 25c; also Table Casters at 25c. "I 'specfr dat de bes' Turn ery made is at FillmoreV Dec 2, 1880. 3m Gentlemen's Presents Beautiful Inkstands and Paper weights In Crystal, Iridescent, Bronze and Nickle ware, all styles and prices, at KERR BROS'. The nicest variety of Yarns is at C. M. Fillmore Co's.. Dec 2, 1880. 3m Fuller, Hutslnplller & Co. will selt a Bureau foe six dollars, at the coraer State sad Third Steiets, la Hayward's block.