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GALLIPOLIS, MAY 4, 1876.
Tixe OiHcia.1 Paper ol Gallia County! Circulation, 1500. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. S. T. Wasson, Book Store. -Richardson & Tullldge, Tonic. Kobt. Alexander, Land for Sale. Auditor Evans, Bridge Notice. Road Notices. U.K. Stevens, Vegetine. Benj. F. Jones, Appointment. C. M. Holcomb, Appointment. Mary, Sexton, Notice. Weather Report. Weather Report. Week ending Monday, May 1. 1876. tn... 1 . ir 9. P.M..9 P.M.. MKAX. Jl. a 7 Tuesday..45 54 44 46.75" Wed 40 63 46 48.7o ThurV .40 72 63 63.50 Fri 07 CU C4 60.25 Sat"."... 46 70 62 60.00 Sun 54 54 38 46.00 Vnn 34 63 4S 4a.7a Fair Fair Cl'dy Rain Clear Fair Fair Average temperature for th'o week,53.00c' Moon's phase. Full Moon, 8th d, 4 h., 20 m., morning. T. N. WILSON. Severe frost Monday morning. Remember your due3 to the prin ter. We need the money. Eleven salt furnaces are in opera tion in the Pomeroy region. Council has rejected the nomination made by the Mayor, of Mr. Cowben, forWharfmaster. By this action the city loses a good officer. The Pomeroy Telegraph bespeaks for JEolian Club, of this city, a full house should it visit that city, and give an entertainment B. C. Bokdett, Esq., of Charles ton, W. Va., lectured on temperance, at the Court House, Tuesday even ing. The speaker had a good audi ence, and the audience had a good speech. President Gibus, of the M. & O. R. R, arrived in this city Tuesday evening. - Seven steamers at the wharf Sun day. Five of them were local pack ets. The sermon of the Rev. Mr. Muse, at the Presbyterian Church, next Sunday evening, will be for the ben efit of young men. We see by the Cincinnati Commer cial of Friday that Miss Lillie Heisner, of this city, has joined the Catholic Church, at Mount Notre Dame, Reading, O. Mn. David White, of Green town ship, has become insane on account of religious excitement produced from protracted revivals in his neigh borhood. He will be taken to the asylum. Mr. White will be taken to the Asylum at Athens to-day (Thurs day.) "r UfDiv Titv rpmnvpfi tnPolnt Pleasant having purchased an inter- . . " . t ,r. Pr in rue n luuriliu aixiii iu nuau hv. The city Council has consented to lonoo nf vnrripn lots Nos. 3 and 4 to the Marine Dock Company. ' TT, , William Neal, a well known and respected resident of Mercer's Uot- tom, W. Va.,aieuiaanvucB.. " He was buried by the Masonic fraternity. The Council retains Mr. J. P. Hott as city teamster. J . - tm.o rnt.nnial Fourth of Julv , , i-j ?fc : . tn.,t t;o is to oe ceicoraieu, iu swut uuib something was being done. . . . The funeral obsequies of Mr. Branstetter occurrea on unuaj, The attendance wa3 large, and the TAtnains were escorted to the Ceme tery by the Naomi Brass Band. : T - Vn s.i'wiTrT. w piKEE ana wiie. Ul Vinton, left Saturday night for Co- i ...nftr nrliithor tliAV rrn tn visit the scenes of childhood. Mr. Cox, the Court street raer- rhnnt. one dav last week, missed 7 J bolt of calico; he suspicioned; fol lowed three colored women, overhaul ed them, and found his goods. Ouu new Vinton correspondent welcome. We will keen the secret like the flint keeps fire. LAREN.E ak. . u nr :it i. ri: SnLCK0S3'W01 Ben . "i. ,. e rTT. , Our Public square might be made ...... mi 1 an ornament to the city, the plac- A.. ti i ... mo-of the PUbUe Scales upon It IS not . ., ... m that direction. rr The - Dry Dock Company has Z . J bought at Eittburg an additional flection, wuicu aaas largely to ' - . - . . . 1 . .. capapity of the Docks Tue city Council has appointed Geo. D. McBbide, Esq., Superinten dent of Measures. MeSERS. W. C. H. N.EEDHAH, A j T. n . t, a K tru?u. u -"" ttA moniuN nf f lip Ttnard uppoiui-cu ".M Heaitn. There was no sale of the Railroad at M'cArthur, on Saturday ho ders. Parties are at work, getting out injunction against the erection of ' city Scales on the "Public Square. w j ; t, were elected Trustees of the Presby - -'-r..1 i il k loiiuwiuir !miuemen.uiiuuua tfiriftn Church. VIZ.! AW?" - AlLE jtoKQ, W. G. Fuller, J. H. Evans, TIT A T T TJ West Point Cadets. Telegrams were received b-y friends here, Tuesday morning, announcing thfi intelligence that two of our County boys had passed a success ful examination, and hadbeen'admit ted Cadets at West Point -It wiifbe remembered that at the competitive examination held in this city, last year for the appointment of a Cadet from this District, two of the appli cants stood about equal in the stand ard of qualification. We refer to J. B. Aleshire, son of R. Alkshike, of this city, and Oberlin M. Carter, son of Robert T. Carter, of Perry township. The committee gave the preference to j'oung Aleshire, and Congressman.YANgE. appointed him. The friends of Carter, believing him.to be of the kind of metal of which soldiers and'seholars are made, applied to tliCiPresidenfc for an ap pointment at-lame. General Grant answered by placing the name of the young man on his list of appoint ments. And the result is, that Gal lia County secures two appointments to West Point and we congratulate the young gentlemen and their friends upon their success. We be lieve both will acquit themselves with credit to their place of nativity. Two Fires. On Wednesday afternoon an alarm of Fire was sounded. It proved to be a flue, at the residence of Mr. Lee Wood, on Second street No dam age. A fire broke out on Saturday even ing, on the roof of the Gem saloon, corner of Court and Second streets. The Fire Department responded but parties at hand extinguished before the engine arrived. AVe hear that it was caused by sparks from a neighboring flue falling upon it. This is a dangerous locality for a fire. Pickings. I . a u, the Vf of bid The colored band played on the Public Square Thursday evening . . Treasurer Mautindale is getting his bond ready Workmen arc slating -the spire of the Methodist Church Merchants report a scarcity of small change. .. .Watch out that you don't get against that paint.... Mr. James Eblin, a re spected citizen of Cheshire, died Thursday The typhoid fever is raging among children in the city There is a lull in" railroad talk Judge Logue has removed his office to Second street They are repairing barges at the Docks.... Spare us of your loug obituary .no tices Ash piles are being re moved from the streets. Five special policemen from each Ward is the order. They are to serve without pay, further than what they get as fees. Up to date the fol lowing gentlemen have been appoint ed, given bond, and been sworn in: Wm. Cromley, Tnos. J. Blackburn, Oren Richards, Phillip Leppert, Albert Hughes, L. J. Langley, Samuel McElhinney, Lewis Curry, ..nHnn Cr.T.r Tna TT Sinnnr Wm. Selfridge, M. R. Mathews and r tt t . xx. Col. J. F. Hoy writes us that he will be in Gallinolis, June 1st. If any organizations desire a Lecture the Colonel can be engaged for any , . - - inp - t tn 7tll L , ttUe M when he Iec , in SRJ,llnrt nn "Aristnt-M and Blunders in Life." Applications ' may be addressed to the editor of the Journal. The J. M; Kerr made a successful f ;al t-lrw frt P li n tn hnral m rr nn Sat u o urday. The .Eolian Club will visit Pome roy nest Tuesday to give perform ances. The large plate glass window at Shober's iewelrv store was cracked nr-,i-,, v,r, n,- tlio f.nndp I ""-J D -J throwing of a stone by a boy on the I Streei, The city Council has made the fol lowing appointment of Supervisors, viz: Albert Wade, District No. C, nnd A. P. Rodgers. District No. 2, Reports of damare to the fruit ' crop irom me ireeze oi -uiuuuiiy morning are current. a, i .i mnnthW salp The next regular montniy saie live stock will occur May 16th, the farm of Mr. Jons Kerns, tonBW . ThU i8 a 00d 0P. portun-ityforiUi sellers anders t. nnA thorn nn frlil w uc U"-:LUUJ " obea laree attendance. It is the 6 x . intention of the managers to keep ti.,, n .Inrinir tho opnsnn. and r . . , gtock m(Jn 0f this, vicinity !8llOuld . , - ., " make use of them for the disposa1 . '", ". ." i and purchase of their stock. It I ' . 1 it Al Ml 1- J-rCi ilf-jtA'i expeccea mat, mere win De many . t z , ;'.;.. . buyers pres'ent : resent at'tUe Alay sale. THE free concert by the colored J band Thursday e'vening, brought ' a larue crowd Of listeners. The per formance was a credit tolhe band, , i'ley were somewhat disturbed I ' "- some Wicked boys throwing Stones. I mi. . i i ... .. uue oana is anxious to learn names of those boys, and will live suitable- reward to any one who iiiriiiKii l ii i in. lcia nrnnAoari them a lesson from the Statutes n. . (JniO. an the m - Tn03. . J.HarKISON, . of the. JCan , TT , , . . . awha House, suspended hl8 trowsers, m- jt i .(.i.., i- c- Tnprtnv.fivpninr of last wepln l. , . .. . . . j , i uuuj m,.dv.sv,v. bu.u v.v.a. - look;' lhererom -about'. $200 n notes, I.... . -r. . . - bills ana money, .snorts UaVO made to find the thief, but without A horse attachod.to a sulky ran off on Wedn'cscfay. It" belonged to McCormick's Livery stable. In the sulky was ason of Mr. McCormick. In the scrape he was kicked on the calVof theilegby tins horse, receiving a'bad .wound! 4 ? ' -j . - - The Red Men of our city have abandoned the idea of giving a sup-, per, dance and parade on the 12th. Chicopje Trfbeat Sprinkle's. Mill, we understand, will, however, enter tain their friends on the 4th of July with about the same kind of pro gramme proposed by ourLodge. The Clifton, W. Va., Nail Works .were , sod onSaturday to HL.G. Dan- iel, W. P. Rathburn, H. II. Swallow and others, price, $66,000. .-Be iii -TimelOld people whose blood iiuour and thin, or Young Folts (with adolescent Humor in their Veins) should cleanse their System by using WisHAirr's Tine Tree Tar Cordial, whenever they have any. 'ulceration in the Tbroat or Lungs, or Running Sores on the External Skin ! Communicated. GALLIPOLIS, O. April 26. 1876. We wish .to publicly express our entire -satisfaction with the work done on our boat (the Chambers,) by the Marine Dock Company of Gallipolis. Their Docks are the nicest working Docks we have , any knowledge'of, and the Superintend entthoroughly understands his busi ness. The work was promptly and well done, and charges very moderate, so that we have no hesitation in rec ommending any who may have work in their line togU'c them a call. J. H. SUMMERS, Capt. of steamer Alex. Chambers. TO-WOOL GROWERS! AVe wisji to state to our patrons and the public generally, that we are especially prepared to give satisfac tion in Carding and Spinning Wool. The.present managers of the mill will give their personal attention to this branch of their business, and are confulent-that they can suit all who may call upon them in this line. AVe have the best machinery maun, for the work; and by giving it the properapplication with a determina tion to suit each individual, will sure ly guarantee entire satisfaction. We earnestly solicit those who have AVool to card and spin, to try us this season, that we may prove what we now assert AVe have in stock a complete line of Jeans, Flannels, Blankets and Stocking Yams that wo will ex change at very low prices 'for AVool. Arery truly, AVADDELL, BLAZER & CO., PropVGallipolis Woolen Mills. May .4, 1876.-1 w A Great Bargain in a Secondhand Piano! Manufactured by Light ik Co., one of the best make in the Union. The subscriber having no need for the in strument, wishes to sell it. I can make the terms easy. v Please call at the residence 6f Richard Langley, and they will be Or give P - "" ' " on tne suDScnoer, ana ne win you all .the particulars. Any oue wishing to buy cannot do better than R. BRAY. April 27. 1876. MARRIED. I STONE ECKElt At the residence of the bride's father, in Green town- A Oftfl IOTC iv llnxr WU ..... Mr.'cLARK V. St .1. i. Stone and Miss Louisa E. Kcker. The Journal ollice returns thanks for the cake, and joins with oilier friends in wishing the happy p:iir a life full of brightness and sunshine. CALVEKT WEED At Guyan'dottc, West Va., Thursday, Apiil 13th, 1S7G, by Rev. Young, Mr. Frank AV. Calvert, of Cincinnati, and Miss Dora Inez Wekd, of Guyandotte. RADEKIN CALHOON At the residence jof " tt. p. Hanna. J. P.. Mr. George W. Radekin and Miss ,lizabetii al- DIED. CHASE. In this city, Thursday, April 27th, 187C, Annie, daughter of A. R. and Maggie S. Chase. BLANC In this city, on Sunday, April 30, 1870, of tumor, Mrs. Fuancoise Blanc, ageu oo years. Obituary. nf oi at in . . , 1 is Ollt hated some money, he returned W Morgan town rr.. ship.' where he bougbt and sold several by imnti tr2cu 5f land at home profit, when tue will ble loss. Febrnarr, 1511. no. irauuu u ';s rarm to Col William Brown rora small, most desirable farm and homestead in thu.rich Rnmn.L.ii...fii.UMU r rhm hn resided no aim Deen .t a me RTIT.IV ws born In Greanbrier coun ty. Viririnia, on Link Creet, October 19th. 171)9, where they settled, ami made an Improvement in iLt nu iuutcii wikii ilia miguh on what is now known as the old William ui- farm on Csmpaien creet. Addison town. ship. Gallia county, Ohio. At that early day nouses and unpruTcmcuv, nciu icw .m tween. The family remained hero some two nrjotf. and years oeinir sir.Kmoss oi me umo wim cuiii SffiSS ni.lor hmther still resides. His uarents were Snoe quite wealthy for that day. but so many mores and misfortunes had now- reduced them to almost poverty and want oung thlin re- mainedat home'heiping his father to clear up land otherwise improye nis farm ana contnoute r.h.cn.tnr the family: hisclothinc being dressed buckskin pants, bunting-shirt, raocca- sins and coon'skin cap. Bntnmsiath year when he nurchaseJ tHe balancp br his time or his rather by Rivips mm a coil and rencins ten acres of zrourid on the farm. Then ho left home anuwant to work on the Charleston shoals, on 1 . . .IntiuM ni mnnth where h ew0rkedsix months, spending the winter in nam iwin thon nlentv. he realized dSOmelr from the sale of pelfi. furs, venl- handsomely Irom tne ssie ui jjcivi, mn, son hams, 4c. The next summer he workeil on thoturapae'roadonNewRtyer, Va.atapoint m thnDnirwood knobs, at zlz per month. His employer nndinghimto be reliable in all I m.i.iUh'nng hn was soon promoted to no- - 1 sltlons more honorable and lucrative. After re- I i i v. .Ami. ttma anil nAVIncf SCC1HDH. 1833. he purchased of Mr. Stono,or IIarmar, 0. fr-4(.t,1ons-5 acrcs-at SSctiperacro. Ont .hi..i, Mc nnmv and nntlrinz industry n'e;f,r,m a wh'cllT $gli&S&, 1 iaiuir. aiarv nun wm"" . of dr.1 the only survivor: Iirl8ffl. he was again ol married to Miss Harriet Boggs. daughter of I i '.' i n nrr..iii. nonntv.O.: an cs- timablelady.a kind and affectionate wiie.wno - still survives him. and keenly feels her Irrcusra- . his death April S7th. 1816. in the Tim year StiS; noblest work Sr 'ood! I was borne tnthfbimh hvhu KTiLfuinlo brethren. hisxeb, jit. r.i;iin was a ruc incuu, ..w where his remains were deposited with M&sonlo S. W. S. Cheshire. O., May. 1st, 1876. Business Notices. Holloway Hearfl From. Mr. F. M. Holloway is just in re ceipt of a large,-new stock of Dry Goods, &c CallCOS to be sold from 5 to 8 cents; all Goods down, down! Particular attention called to our nice stock of DreSS Goods, very de sirable and cheap. The latest Noj; ellles of the season on band. Uiye U3 an early call. ;35 5Call and convince yourSelff that you can and will save money, by( buying your Clothing of M. MosksJ SPRING STYLES. J .. Miss Hattie Andrews has just re turned from the citj' with a choice and fashionable line of $j MILLINERY GOODS, of the very latest styles and patterns. They will bo sold to suit the ile-jj mands .of economy. Ooll orifl ovomlno ar-The AMERICAN MACIIINE is thoroughly macle in all its parts of the best materials, and ever3' Ma chine is warranted by the Company and its Agents. JIas self-setting needle. For sale b- ' MISS ALICE HILL. ; April 27, 1S7G. m SF"Call on M. MosE3 for your Clothing, he is selling cheap. 22-Call and see the new im proved American Sewing Machine at MRS. J. 1IOAVELLS; also, the new Centennial Suits that I hare just received. April 27, 1876. 4w gF3top in Gents, Grangers and Everybody else, and examine Cassi mcre." Suits for $9, "worth !?12. No charge for showing goods and no hard feelings in case you don't bu-. 31. MOSES. fCountrj- Stores and Ped dlers do well to buy Notions at C. 31. FILLM0HE & CO'S. April 13, '75. 3m jgTA fine selection of Sheet Mu sic at MuBride's Music Store. jfW"Any piece of Sheet Music may be obtained, or ordered for you without additional charge, at Mc Bride's Music Store. Feb. 10, 1876. 18 TIN-STORE 1 76! A. R. CHASE AS removed to the new ;Store on Second Street, hitweeu Talbott& Co. and Jas. Vandeii & botrs. The best assortment of in the" city, at the LOWEST RATES. Children Cry for Castoria. It is as pleasant to take as honey, and Is absolutely harmless. It is sure to expel worms, cure wind colic, regulate the bowels and stonvch, and overcome irri tability caused by rash or cutting teeth. Ic is a perfect substitute for Castor Oil, and for Costiveness in young or old there Is nothing in existence so effective and reliable. March 30, 187C 13w The Latest, Greatest, and most re liable remedy ever put together by med ical science for Rheumatism, Wounds, Swellings, Burns, Caked ISrcast, Ac, Is the Centaur Liniment. There are two kinds. The White Liniment is for the human family, the Yellow Cen taur Liniment is for spavined, lame and strained horses and animals. March 30, 1870. Mw 8!- TiN-STOBB l?8 Job-work and repairing done prompt- at A. K. (JUASIS'S. Feb. 10, 187C . jSF"Pianos and Organs tuned promptly. Call at McRkiue's Music Store. TRY IT! HASS EXPI3CTOItATTTIo Grcut Iteinedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all Diseases of" the Throat and Lungs. Will Cure, and of ten when apparently hopeless. Wo do not mean to say, that when the Lungs are destroyed any medicine can create them anew. But we do say, that if a person has a Violent Cough, Night Sweats, Creeping Chills, is confined to bed, a cure may be effected. One hottle may not complete the work, but if the patient continues the use of the Expec torant, taking it regularly, relief will soon be obtained, and a Cure made. Haas' Expectorant is Pdrf.ly Vege table, Safe and pleasant to take. Ami its extraordinary virtues make It the Best "Medicine for Pulmonary Com plaints extant. Try It! price : 50, ousts, Sold by all Druggists. What General Kellsnyder Says: J. B. Daniel & Co. Trenton, N. J Dear Sirs: I have used Haas' Expec torant In mf family for 30 years, and having tne experience oi knowing lis great merits, do gladly recommend it to all sufferers with those distressing com plaints, for which it is intended. V TT?rc!V"VIYE,l? Gaixipolis, Ohio, Nov. 20th, 1875. For sale bv Kerr & Bro.. Maquet & Son, J. & P. A. Sanns, Rathburn & Co anil J. Li. mayward, and dealers every where. JDec. 30, '7o.-tl A Fact "Worth Knowing. Are you suffering with Consumption Coughs, Severe Colds settled on the Breast, or any disease of the Throat ami Lungs? If so go to your Druggis aud get a bottle of Boschee's German SYitcr. This medicine ha3 lately been introduced from Germany, and is sell ing on its own merits. The people are going wild over its success, and Dru: gists all over our country arc wrltin us of its wonderful cures among their customers. If you wish to ty i,ts su perlor yjrtjuej get a Sample, Bottle, for 10 cents. Large sle bottle 7fi, cflnts Three doses will relieve, any cae, Try t I k Mi (Successors to W. C. Miller,) Have received their DIRECT FROM NEAV YORK HAVING carefully selected our Stock at greatly reduced prices, we are now ready.-to ofl'er to the trade the- most complete Stock Spring Goods in the market. 4 April G, 187C: Spring Stock ' lire Ms, Groceries, Good Stock. AVILL be glad to show the fine-bred JL Horse, GEO. M. PATCHEN, ;to the farmers of this vicinity. For larm ami speeci ne can not ue exceueu; the size, weight and color are in his fa vor bright bay, 10W hands high, weight over twelve humlreil pounds; a good stepper In harness. If any doubt his moving qualities 1 would De glad to convince them that what I sav is so. Horsemen should raise horses for pro lit. A good horse of line appearance will al ways sell, and tills renders It important to give attention to good breeding; and tins horse comes to us with a pedigree tiiat can not he disputed. This stallion can be seen at AV. n. MCCORMICK'S Stable, during the sea son, in Gallipolis. April 0, 187C 2m LMifiits. The Quickest, Surest and Cheap est Kemcdics. Physicians recommend, and Farriers declare that no such remedies have ever before been in use. Words are cheap, but the proprietors of these articles will present trial bottles to medical men, gratis, as a guarantee of what they say. Tbe Centaur Liniment, White Wrap per, will cure Rheumatism. Xeuraijria, Lum bago, Sciatica, Caked Breasts, Sore Nip ples, Frosted Feet, Cliilllilalns, Swell ings, Sprains, and any ordinary Fuaii, ltoxE on musclk ailment. AVe make no pretense that tliU article will cure Cancer, restore lost bones, or give liealui to a wniSKy soaKeu carcass. But it will always reduce iullainmatlon iiiidallay pain. - - It will extract the uotsou ol bites and stings, and heal burns or scalds with out a scar. Palsy, Weak Back, Caked Breasts, Earache, Toothache, Itch and Cutaneous Eruptions readily yield to its treatment. Henry Black, of Ada. Hardin Co., Ohio, says : "My wife lias had rheuma tism for live years no rest, no sleep could scarcely walk across the floor. Stic is now completely cured by the use of Centaur Liniment. We all feel thank ful to vou. and recommend your won derful medicine to all our friends." James third, of Zaucsville, O., says: 'The Centaur 'Liniment cured my Neu ralgia." Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes: 'Send mc one dozen bottles by express. The Liniment lias saved my lcj;. I want to distribute it. &c." The sale of tills Liniment is increasing apidly. he Yellow Centaur Liniment is for the tougli skin, llesh and muscles of HORSES, MULES AND ANIMALS. We have never yet seen a case of Spav- ii. sweeny. Ktus-ooue, ivinu-gau, Scratches or Poll-Evil, which this Lin iment would not speedily bcuelit, and we never saw but a few ca-es xohtca it would not cure. It will cure when any thing can. It Is folly to spend $20, for Farrier, when one dollars worth of Centaur Liniment will do better. The following -is a sample of the testimony produced : W. P. Hopkins, Postmaster, Piqua, O., says : "Centaur Liniment can't bo beat. It cures every time." "Yklvkkton, O., March 2,1874. "The Centaur Liniments are the best ellinir medicines we ever had. The demand is very great for it, aud we can not aflord to be without it. "P. II. IIISEY & SON." "Jeffeksox, Mo., Nov. 10, 1873. 'Some time ago I was shipping horses to St. Louis. I srot one badly crippled in the car. With great dtllieulty 1 got htm to the stable. The stable-keeper ave me a bottle of your Centaur Lini ment, which 1 used with sucn success that in two days the horse was active and nearly well. I have been a vetinary surgeon for thirty years, but your Lini ment beats auyiniUK a ever useu. A. J. M CARTY, veterlnarysurgeon. For a nostase stamp we will mall a Cen tiiur Almanac, containing hundreds of certificates, from every ntate in tne Union. These Liniments are now sold by all dealers In the country. Laboratory of J. B. Hose At Co., 46 Dey St, New York. ma, Hp. Samuel Pitcher, of Hvannls. Mass. experimented iu his private practice for twenty years to proauce a coiuumauuu th.iff would have the uroDCrties of CAS TOR Oil without its unpleasant taste anu griping effect. - ma nrenar.ition was sent ior. ueat a"" far, till finally he gave It the name oi n.iBfriria. and nut it uo ior saie. it n wnnilprful in its effect?, nartlcu- larlv with the disordered stomachs aud bowels of children. It assijhlatjm the roOD, cures sour stomach and -wlnd col- Ic, regulates tue ooweis. kxi-.i- uiw, and may be relied upon In croup. . a a nlttiaant. effective and perfectly safe cathartic remedy it .is superior; to nil rvirrli-iln nnfl Svrimsr Tfcrtfws Vsiiaui -. ii , j i - not contain alcohol, and is adapted U , Ky regulating, the. stqnjach'aijd;ow-' 1. nf nnnai iXI) SICKLY GniLDREX they bepome gpd-na'tured andj healthy. ttiv'e rest. Tlie Castoria is put iip the' Laboratory of J. B. Rose & Co. 46 Dey Street, New York. March 30,1870, 13w Centaur a BOOTS SHOES. HATS AND CAPS. 170 THE PUBLIC I GO TO THE GREAT SPRING SALE Well-known Wholesale House of Bailey & Ridenour We haye just returned from the Eastern Market, with the largest Stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats and Straw Goods, at prices much less in nearly every article in our line, than the same Goods could have been bought before the war. We have the greatest variety of Ladies', Misses' and Children's line Shoes, Gaiters and Slippers of the latest improved styles and patterns, ever before brought to this Market. CUSTOM WORK. Our Custom "Work is equaled by no other House on the Ohio River, for style qual ify nnd dimhilH,v. Wfi wn.rra.nt fiverv mir ot our oustom and will make good at any the purchaser. AVe have three trades of or three dollars per pair less, We shall continue, as sve commenced, to itetau an oi our uooas at "Wholesale Prices for Cash! "We invite the Public to call and examine our Stock, before purchasing elsewhere. BAILEY & RIDENOUR, March 30, 1876. JLT THE time, any (Meet in them to the ' Custom hand-made. Calf Boots, tor men, which are two than at any other House. made fahoea as represented. justice and satisfaction of Dages' JOHN DAGES IN THE FIEL.D AND With the largest, fullest, completest, best selected and cheapest M I Ever brought to GAJjITLTOLIS. He defies competition, denies that he will be under sold, and invites everybody, Grangers and Middlemen included, to call and see his MAMMOTH SIFIRJinsra- STOCK, Bought with ready money, and to be sold at the very lowest notch possible. Small Profits and Quick Sales. Call sSpecial attention to April 13, 1876. Doings ! FULLY EQUIPPED 310 early and often. our own Manufacture. JOHN DAGES. . YEA X YEA CHEAP FOR CASH. PEICES REDUCED! For Cash Only. Starch, 1 cents per id. Soda, 1 " " " Hemp Seed, 1U Mixed Bird Seed, 15 " " " Washing Blue, 2 boxes for 5 cts. Baking Powders, 13 cents per box. Concentrated Lye, 15 " " " Ess. Peppermint, 45 doz. Cinnamon, 4u Fish Oil, 10 cents per pint. Pure Castor Oil, 20 " " " You can make money by buying at the PIONEER DRUG STORE, or tt M&GUET a 80S March 10, 1870. 2m at Sheriff's Sale. The Slate of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. TURSUANT to the command of an or- L der of sale irom ine v;ourt oi - pioae, nf said countv of Gallia, mil tn inn directed. I will offer for sale at public auction, at the front door of the Court-house, iu the city of Gallipo lis, in said county oi uauia, on me 20th day of May, A. D. 1870, at tbe hour of oue o'clock P. M. on said day, the following described lands and tene ments, situate in the town of Chambers- burg, In the county or Uaiua anu ouue of Ohio, to-wit: Part of town lot I0- two (2,) twenty-four feet rronung on ir .,1.1.1 1- aii-not and running hack elslitr (80) feet parallel with the Gallipolis and Burlington State road, the same being in Overall's addition, or South Chani bersburg. . , ...... Appraiscu as iour uiym lt 110 SOLU !W HID berry Y. Weaver and others at. the suit Of Tlie U,ailipoIS. ve.ii.rai W'S "" S'&ash. Given under.mv luuiAthis 20th day of Anrll A "D 1870. Aprils, n. aruAirrj Sheriff O. C, O. April 20, 1870.-5W PLOWS. GO AND SEE THE OLIVER CHILLED PLOW AT Hutchinson & Baldridge. TILE BEST PLOW for all purposes In the market. Can be adjusted to put l)th horse on the land, or if plowing with three horses to put two on the land and one In the furrow, and run steady. J Guaranteed to run LIGHT Ey than any Plow In use; not CHOKE OB. CORRODE; be easily handled and adjusted; work well in HARD, DRY GROUND. We allow TWO DAYS' TRIAL in the fleld, and satisfaction guaranteed. HUTCHINSON &BALlKLOGE. March 9, 1870. j J. L. McLeas. P. A. Guthrie. McLBAN & GUTHRIE, Attorneys-at-Lawt Winfield, Putnam County, West Va. Practice in Putnam and adjoining counties. All business entrusted to them will receive prompt attention. March 30. 187C lv Farm for Saie! IX Addison township, about 4 miles from Gallipolis, coutalnliigCO acres about twenty acres in good timber, the balance iu pood state of cultivation, with about 20 acres of No. 1 creek bot tom. Will be sold cheap. For further particulars enquire of W. S. ENTSM1NGER, on tlie premises. March 2, 187C 3m Buggies, for Saie. ,T Mmr WairnViB L Tor .ale o? e?change fbr Horsbs, . Cattle, Hogs, &c. Call at Vinton, Mino, i Tlie best of bargains offered. . w. -p.iujtler 1 o VJnton, Ohio. APr11 20 18J.-3P08 ; Eagle Drugstore Dr. J. C. EATHBUEN IN HIS NEW STAND. A NEW AND FULL LINE OF jDRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Patent Medicines, i -; ' PERFUMERY, Combs, Brushes, Window Glass, Fancy Goods, &c. gjgfA general falling ofT in Price3 along the whole line, to suit tha times. REMEMBER The sign of tlie LAGLL between John Dages' and II. P. Elias. March 30, 187C. AT H. WEIL HAS Jttst opened at Vlntoii a large, complete and splendid stock of Drr Goodf, Groceries, Queens ware, Hardware, sc. To be sold at lowest city prices. Terms Cash. Call soon. H. WIIL. April 20, 1876. Ina FOR HEALTH, COMFORT AND ECONOMY CORK SHAVINGS ABE unsurpassed as an article for Beds, Mattresses, &c. They ae ten times as durable as busks or straw. Only 8 cts. per lb. Forty lbs. will fllE the largest bed. For'saleby -ARMSTRONG "BROS. & Co., 44 am) 46 First ave., Pittsburgh, Pa, April 20, 1870.-lta