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A Domestic Sorrow.
Here iB a characteristic conversa tion which occurred some time since between a certain Mrs. Smith' and a Mrs. Jones. The husbands of both belong to the Bank Club, and upon a certain ' occasion the two wires met "and talked over their grievances. Said Mrs. Jones: "My dear, do you know that I am unhappy?' "No, dear, I had not the remotest idea of anything of that kind. You are living in such luxury and ease that I supposed you to be the hap piest of mortals." "Oh, no, I never think of that, for I am too, too unhappy." "What makes you so unhappy "Oh, never mind, dear; it does not concern any one in the world but my self; but I am dreadfully unhappy. I suppose I am the most unhappy person who lives." "Do tell me what it is." "Well, my dear, if you will know, it is this : My husband goes out and stays all night long at the club and plays cards. Ain't that dreadful?" Mrs. Smith gazed at Mrs. Jones very camly and placidly and pitying ly, and then remarked: "My dear Mrs. Jones, I was absolutely fright ened I was alarmed. I shuddered for fear vou were about to relate some terrible mvstery. You are not half as unhaDDV as I am. I am the most unhappy, miserable woman that ever lived." "What!" said Mrs. Jones, "you un happy, and so much admired and ca ressed by society." "Yes; the most heart-broken wo man you ever knew." "What can be the cause of this?" "Well, I'll tell you, my dear. You see my husband goes out and stays nil niVht and well, he stavs all night and tries to play cards, but can't. Those outer ienows oeai mm every night." In view of his prominence as a Presidential candidate, the papers are tracing up Secretary Bristow's ancestry, and showing tliat he lias an honorable family connection. Mr. Bristow has just cause to be proud of his ancestry, but fortunately his good name and reputation for honesty ana capacity depeuds in nowise upon his pedigree. t He is not one of that pit mil class ot wealc-mmdeu scions in the countr' whose only claim to re cognition is that tliev had honest fathers. His reputation is his own. He has been the architect of his own fortune, and we honor him all the more for it. Wc have taken occasion more than once to express our con tempt for a class of weak, lazy, thrift less, improvident, totally helpless creatures, with coats, hats aud boots paid for by an indulgent, over worked father and mother, and who lay claims to admission in the first circles of society on their honorable ancestry. They are entitled to about the same consideration as a monkey with a new suit of clothes. Knox ville Chronicle (lirownloto's paper.) New Yokk Hekald, (Intl.): One of the noblest acts during the war for the suppression of the rebellion was that of Gov. Morton, of Indi ana, when the Democratic House of .Representatives ot his State refused to pass appropriation bills to enable tho war to go ou. He took upon him self the responsibility, aided by the general government, of fitting out the regiments necessary to defend the honor of Indiana in the field. This was the foundation of the Gov ernor's fame. It was this, among other things, to which Gen. Sher man alluded when he was talking about Morton the other day to a re porter as one of the great men of the country. Now we learn that the Democrats in Congress propose to "investigate" the Governor for his act as a "violation of the law." Would it not be as well while on this branch of inquiry to "investigate" the battle of Gettysburg? That was also a "violation of the law.' There were forty-five cheese facto ries in operation in Trumbull county the past season, with an average of 380 cows to a factory, making 17,100 cows; and about 900 more in pri vate dairies, giving a total of 18,000 cows, producing milk for the manu facture of cheese. Dr. J. B. DTJSTIN, OF PORTER, having recently located in the Village of VINTON, will tender his Medical and Surgical services to the citizens of Vinton and vicinity. Office: At his residence, formerly Known as tnei- isiier property. April 27, 187C 3w Ayer's gor, For restoring to Gray Hair its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. It soon restores faded or gray hair to its original color, with timJ oloss and frpjtlinexs nf tin-nth fflkW hair is thickened, falling hair checked, and baldness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are de stroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed; but such as remain can be saved by this application, and stimu lated into activity, so that a new growth of hair is produced. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use wilt prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to the scalp arrests and prevents the forma tion of dandruff, which is often-so un cleanly; and offensive. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and inju rious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it If wanted .merely rfor a HAIR DBESSLNG, nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil-nor dye,,it does aot soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume. frepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co,, ynitlt ill and Analytical ChcmUU, VEGETINE. Three Points for Consideration. tion. j During the past five years the VEGE TIVE has been steadily working itself into public favor, and those who were at first most incredulous in regard to its merits are now its most ardent friends and supporter. There- are tnree esseniiai causes iur those bavins: such a Horror oi patent medicines, changing their opinion and lending their influence toward the ad vancement of VEGETINE. 1st It is an honestly-prepared medicine from barks, roots and herbs. 2d It honest ly accomplishes all that is claimed for it, without leavingany bad effects In the system. 3d It presents honest vouchers in testimonials irom nonesi, wen-Kuowu citizens, whose signatures are a suffi cient guarantee ot their earnestness in the matter. . Taking i$o consideration the vast quantity of medicine brought consnicuouslv before the public through the llamlng advertisements in tue news paper columns, with no proof of merit 'or trenuine vouchers of what It has uone, we suouiu oe paraoneu ior mani festing a small degree of pride in pre senting the following testimonial from Rev. J. S. DICKERSON, D. D., the nonular and ever-senial pastor of the South Baptist Church, Boston: The Tired Body Sues for Sleep Boston, March 16, 1874. H. B. Stevens, Esq. : Dear Sir It is as much from a sense of duty as of gratitude that I write to say that pour VEGETINE even It it is a patent medicine has been of great help to me when nothing else seemed to avail which I could safely use. Either excessive mental work or unusual care brings upon me a nervous exhaustion that desperately needs sleep, but as des pcrately defies it. Night after night the poor, tired body sues for sleep until the day-dawn Is welcomed hack, and we be gin our work tired out with an almost fruitless chase after rest. Now I have found that a little VEGETINE taken just before I retire erives mo sweet and immediate sleep, and without any of the evil eflects of the usual narcotics. I think two things would tend to make brain-workers sleep. 1st A little less work. 2d A little more VEGETINE This prescription has helped me. Now 1 have a particular horror of 'patent medicines." but I have a great er horror of being afraid to tell the Btraight out truth. The VEGETINE helped me, and I own it up. Yours, &c, J. S. DICKEBSON, Valuable Evidence. The following unsolicited testimonial from Bev. O. T. WALKER, D. D., for merly pastor of Bowdolu Square uiiurcu, aim at present settled in 1'rovi deuce, B. I , must be esteemed as re liable evidence. No one should fail to observe that this testimonial is the result of two vears experience with the use of VEGETINE in the Bev. Mr. Walker's family, who now pronounces it invaluable: Phovidence, R. I., 1C4 Trauslt St. H. B. Stevens, Esq. : I feel bound to express with mv slsrna- ture the high value I place upon your v niiUjiisxej. My lamtiy nave used for the last two years. In nervous de bility it is invaluable, and I recommend it to all who may need an Invigorating, reuovaung tonic. O. T. WALKER, Jbormerly Pastor of Bowdoiu Square unurcii, .Boston. The Best Evidence. The following letter from Rev. E. S, BEST, pastor M. E. Church, Natlck Mass., will be read with interest bv many physicians. Also those suffering from the Bame disease as alilicted the sou of the Bev. E. S. Best. No person can doubt this testimony, and there is no doubt about the curative powers of VJSUiiiTlJNiS: Natick, Mass., Jan. 1, 1874 Mr. H. B. Stevens : Dear Sir We have good reason for regarding your VEGETINE a medicine of the greatest value. We feel assured that it has been the means of savins' our sou's life. He is now seventeen years of age: lor tne last two years he has suf fered from necrosis of his leg, caused by scrofulous affection, and was so far reduced that nearly all who saw him thought his recovery impossible. A council of able physicians could give us but the faintest hope of his ever rally ing, two of the number declaring that he was beyond the reach of human rem edies, that even amputation could not save him, as lie had not vigor enough to endure the operation. Just then we commenced giving him VEGETINE. and from that time to the present he has Dee u continuously improving. lie has lately resumed his studies, thrown away crutches aud cane, aud walks about cheerfully aud strong. Though there Is still some discharge from the opening where the limb was lanced, we have the fullest confidence that in a little time he will be perfectly cured. He has taken about three dozen bottles of VEGETINE, but lately uses but lit tle, as he declares that he is too well to be taking medicine. Bespeetfully yours, E. S. Best, Mks. L. C. P. Best. Reliable Evidence. 178 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1874. II. B. Stevens, Esq. : Dear Sir From personal benefit re ceived by its use, as well as from per sonal knowledge of those whose cures thereby have seemed almost miraculous. I can most heartily and sincerely rec- ommenu tue vjiuiiriJNJS lor the com plaints for which It is claimed to cure. JAMES P. LUDLOW, Late Pastor Calvary Bap. Church, Sac ramento, uai. Vegetine is Sold bv all Druggists. May 4, 1876. lm Sheriff's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, st. -rVURSUANT to the command of an JC order of sale from the Court of Common fleas of said eonntv of and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction at the front door of the Court-house, in the City of Gallipo lipoli?, in said county of Gallia, on Sat urday, the 13th day of May. A. D. 1876. at the hour of one o'clock P. M. on said day, the following described lands and tenements, situate in the eonntv of Gal lia and State of Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: A certain piece or land being and lying in Guyan township, Gallia county, Ohio, in the division of John Bays' heirs-at-law, de ceased. All the land lying west of Gal lia street, Crown City, or back street, in William J. Rankin's adilltlnn tn r. City, in one hundred acre lots Nos. C77 and G78, there being seventy acres, more or less, together with the privileges and .ippurieiianees inereuuto belonging. Appraised at fourteen Iiundr.iV dol lars ($1400 00;) To be sold as the peoperty of "William J. Bankln, Barbara Bankin und James Crawford, at the suit of Damariu fc Co. Terms of sare One-third" of the amount of said sale to be paid cash in hand, one-third in nine months from the day of sale, aud oue-thlrd in eighteen muiuns ironi me tiay oi sale; the de ferred payments to draw six oer cent. interest and to be secured bv morteaee on the premises so sold. Uiven under my hand this 13th day of April, A. D. 1376. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. April 13, 1876,-5w GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SBMON, "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, CeafectioHaries, Provisions, &c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfullyasks the citizens of Gallipo- ns to call at his estaunsnmemanu exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles to be found in a FAMILY GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large and complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, fec. By strict attention to business, selling at small profits. I boDe to merit a share of public patronage. ; OYSTERS by the can and half can of the best quality, and warranted to be fresh. COUNTRY PRODUCE ot all klnd3 wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid. WHOLESALE GROCERS. HENKING, ALLEM0NG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce, Provisions and Liquors, GALLIPOLIS, - - - - OHIO Jan. 13, 1876. ly OYSTERS! JCIRESH OYSTERS just received, at S. G-OETZ', CORNER OP GRAPE AND THIRD STREETS. The very best quality of TRESH OYS TERS are received by Mr. Goetz every mornitg. This is the place. S. GOETZ. Nov. 5, 1874. tf A. B. Clark. A. It. Clark. J. C. Kerr. A. B. & A. R. CLARK & CO., (Successors to A. B. CLABK & BRO.,) Wholesale Grocers AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, o. 39 WftlnutSt., Ginciunati, O. January 1, 1875. ly S i COAper day at home. Samples wortn V" v j $i true. x lu, von land, Maine. IMarcta IB, 1878. ly. Dyes! DyesI Logwood, Madder, Indigo, Cudbear, Blue Vitriol, Alum, &c. For sale at S ANNS' DEUG STOBE. May 7, 1874. Wanted! WHEAT, CORN AND OATS; PR whioh wewillpaythehighestmarket prices delivered at our Mill or Ware house. Best Family Flour For Sale at our Mill. K H Jt K. H NKAL. Sheriff 's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss, TTiURSUANT to the command of an XT order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county, aud to me directed, 1 will ofl'er for sale at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipolis, in said county of Gal lia, on Saturday, the 13th day of May, a. u. at tne Hour ot one o'clock 1'. M. of said day, the following described lauds and tenements, situate In the coun ty oC Gallia and State of Ohio, to-wit: Being in section twenty-five, in town ship four, and range fifteen, in the Ohio Company's purchase, beginning on the north aud south line between section twenty-live and thirty-one, one hundred poles from the southwest corner of said section twenty-nve; thence north with the section line sixty poles to a stake; thence east one hundred aud sixty poles to a stake; thence south sixtv noles toji stake; thence west one hundred and sixty poles to the beginning, contain ing sixiy acress, more or less. Appraised at six hundred and twentv six dollars ($G20 00.; Io be sold under an order of partition in a case where Isaac Fillinger was pe- .11!. 1 T. llftl . MLiuntrr aim ouiciiiiit tvjjcoxen aim Richard wiluoxen her husband. Jona than Fillinger and the unknown heirs of .fane Saunders, deceased, and her nusnanu iseinamm summers, were re spondents. 'lerms of sale One-third cash in baud. one-third In one year from the day of saie, anu tne oaiance in two years from the day of sale: deferred navments to draw six per cent. Interest and be se cured by mortgage on the premises sold. Given under mv hand this 13th dav of CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. April 13, 1876. 5w Sheriff 's Sale. . The State of Ohio, Gallio County, ss. PURSbANf to the command of an order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county, and to mo directed, I will oner for sale at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipolis, in said county of Gallia, on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock "P. M. of said day, the followlns described lauds and tenements, situate in th oit.ir of Gallipolis. countv of Gallia, mil State of Ohio, to-wit: All of lot two hundred and seventy-one (271) and east half of lot number two hundred and seventy-five (275.) Appraised at two thousand six hun dred dollars ($2,600.) To be sold at the property of Rich ard Lanzlev and others, nt. the suit: of Isabella B. Stewart. Terms of sale Cash. Given under mv hand this20tK dav of April, A. D. 1870. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. CO. Apr! 20, 1870,-5 DRUGS. ETC. II D R U CENTENNIAL A Drug Store, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, W Tarnishes,! S T O R Patent Medicines, Choice Liquors, R 1 Toilet Articles, FANCY GOODS, Druggists' Sundp.ies, EVERYTHING! E PRESCRIPTIONS ! ! S Jan. 13, 1S76. ly Sheriff's Sale. TheState of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. TTfcURSUANT to the command of an JKT' order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at the frontdoor of the Court-house In the city or uauipons, in said county or Uallia on Saturday, the 13th day of May, A. D. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following de scribed lands and tenements, situate in said county and btate, and bounded anu described as follows, to-wit: Com mencing at the southwest corner of James Wellington's land, forty acres being and lying in the northeast corner or tne soutneast quarter ot section num ber thirty (30.) town one (1,) range fourteen (14,) from thence southeast to the Bladensburg aud Mcrcerville road thence southwest about twenty rods to stake; thence westerly about ten rods to tlie old roau at the loot ot a mil where a gate now is; thence northerly with said old road far enough so that line running: due west to the Swan Creek and Provhlence road will make forty acres of laud off of the north part of the premises deeded to M. A. King by John Campbell. Appraised at eight hundred dollars (80O 00.) To be sold as the property of Thomas A. King and wife, at the suit of the Gallipolis Central Building and Loan Association. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 13th day of April, A. 1). 187U. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O April 13, 187G. 5w Sliei'ifT 'k Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. TfcURSUANT to the command of an Jt order of sale from the Court of Common Picas of Gallia county, and.to me directed, I will offer for sale at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipolis, in said county of Gal lia, on Saturda3 the 13th day of May A. D. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following land; aud tenements, situate in the county of Gallia, and state of Ohio, to-wit: Bern the southeast quarter of section number eleven (11,) township number six (0,) range fifteen (lu,) in the Uhio Com pany's purchase (reference may bo had to certihcate ol purchase to William U Shields, dated Mav 10th, A. D. 1848, and deed from said William C. Shields to Charles Reed, aud from said Charles Reed to Andrew Gould,) containing for ty acres, more or less. Appraised at five hundred dollars ($500.00.) To be sold under an order of partition in a case where James S. Ferrler was petitioner aud Emily Heaton and others. were respondents. Terms of sale One-third cash hand, otic-third in one year from the day of sale, and the balatice in two years from the day of sale. Thedeferred payments to draw interest at six per cent., and to be secured by mortgage on the premises sold. Given under my hand this 13th day of April, A. V. 1870. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O April 13, 1876 5w Sliei'ill 's Sale. TheState of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. TWRSUANT to the command of an JL order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas, of Gallia county, and to me directed, I will ofl'er for saie at the front door of the Court-house, In the city of Gallipolis, in said county of Gal Ha, on Saturday, the 20th day of May, A. D. 1870, at the hour of one o'cloek P. M. of said dav, the following lands and tenements, situate in said county of ixauia, anu fatate ol Uino, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: All that part of one hundred-acre lot No. 485, township No. 4, range No. 14, Gal lia county, and State of Ohio, that lies west oi tne dividing line between sec Hons Nos. 15 and 21 in said township anu range. Appraised at twelve hundred and fiftv dollars ($1230.00.) io be sold as the pronertv of John T. iiern, at me suit oi donn itotngeu's ex ecutor. Terms of sale Cash. Given under mv hand this 20th dav of April, A. V. I8U. CHARLES STUART, Sherllf G. C. O, April 20, 1876. ow WMYABE THE TRADEMARK The Best Coal Cook Stoves ? the QuicktpT mm tconomical. Convenient, Cleanly. Durable. 8izes, styles sad prices io suit every one. Be sure and ask your dealer for the MONITOR. WM. RESOR & CO., Cincinnati, 0. For Sale by HUTCHINSON & BALDRIDGE,' Gallipolis, Ohio. Feb.l7,187.-ly -r at DEALERS IN HAR Stoves Pittsburgh Plows, &c.. Court Street, - January 13, 187G. BALDH, DWARE and Tin-Ware, 5 Gallipolis, O. DRUGS. ETC. DROUILLARD BLOCK 1 I.:. 0. B k BRO. WTholesale and Retail 1 DETJG-GISTS. J 2 3 JOURNAL OFFICE. 4 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES. Commission AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE! Cutlery, Second St., August 19, 1875. 3 Merchants, Guns, &c9 above Public Square. Straightening: Cir cle Saws. I AM prepared to straighten all kinds of Saws, from Hand Saw to the largest Circle Saw. Take out Buckles, Burns, Crooks and Rimbouud, and make them as good as new, in short notice. Apply at Reifsnyder & Bctz's Saw Mill. JOHN BETZ. Gallipolis, Feb. 17, 1876. 6m JAS. H. SMITH, CAFT. WM. II. BKYAN, formerly with of CHEAP TEAS. EXCLUSIVE Ageney forThe United States Tea Co. Just received a large invoice of Fine Young Hyson; only oo cts. per lb. C. 0. KERB a BB0t No. 1 Drouillard Block. Jan. 6, 1870. Newport, Ky. A. B. Clark' & Bro. Smith & Bryan, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DHALKKS IX Green Apples and Fruits generally, SEED OATS, TIMOTHY, CLOVER, E3gSolieitConsignments of Eggs, Poul try, Hides, Peltry, Butter, Bacon, Potatoes, Apples, Fruit of all kinds, &c, No. 8 WEST FRONT STEET, Cincinnati, Ohio. KEt'JUtEXCES: B. G. Stall & Co., A. B. & A. R. Clark & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Jas. Taylor & Sons, Bankers, Newport, Ky. Capt. Lainguaiuuay, uapt. magg, uauipons, Ohio. March 16, 1876. 6m Rodney Enterprise! NEW STORE, But an old Merchant. J. L. Williams OFFERS a general stock, such as Is adapted to the demands in a coun store. He proposes to keep a good assortment and solicits the custom in section about RODNEY. He willexchaiige for country produce market rates. j"Come and see me. Oct. 7, 1875. FOR SALE: EGGS From the following varieties of Pure-bred Fowls: HOUDANS, Buff and Partridge Cochins, White-faced Black Span ish and Games; White Muscova Ducks and Toulouse Geese. Doz.Eggs, - - $2 00 . - - 5 00 Duck and Geese Eggs, per doz., 3 00 All eess sold warranted as repre sented. JAMES BASHORE. Gallipolis, March 33, 1970,-2m Blacksmithing. rnllE subscriber has re-opened his JL Blacksmith Shop, at the old stand, on Third Street, where he asks his old friends to call and sec hhn. Every branch of the business will receive prompt attention. LEWIS MUEXZ March . 1875. DRUGS. ETC. PAINTS! PA i NTS White Lead, Linseed Oil, Spirits Tnrpentlne, Benzine, Varnish, Paint finishes, Window Glas3, For sale at SANNS' DRUG STOKE. Mav 14. 1874. Valuable Mill Prop- ertyfor Salel The property known as the HARRISBURG FLOURIXG MILLS, with SAW MILL, several acres of land, t llllillfr i fr'tmn il ,ia1 11 ti rrJiniiQA f.liritfi. fruit treej,coiivenient out-buildings, tfce fUflLL HOUSE 30x40, three-story. JLTJL trench Burr Mill Stones with Mill for grinding corn; Improved Smut Mill; Dutch Anchor Bolting Cloth. The machinery with its attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capaci ty anu convenience. These M1I13 enjoy a large, patronage and the purchaser will have nothing to do but go at once into active business. A rare chance for a bargain as the owner is determined to sell, Intending to go west. WM. H. WOOD. Harris P. O., Gallia Co., Ohio. Jan. 20, 187fi. or FARMERS: NALL and examine our Stock of PITTSBURGH PLOWS AND POINTS. One Hundred and Fifty just received. t-Prices very low and terms to suit purchasers. TALBOTT & CO. Dee. 25, 1875, tf TRANSPORTATION. BegHlar IroatOH, Gallipolis and Pomeroj Trl-Weekly U. S. Man racket, J. C. CI0SSLEY, G. W. BAY, Caitaix; G. W. BALL, Clerk. LEAVES Ironton for Gallipolis aud Pomeroy every Monday, Wednes day and Friday, at 7 o'clock A. M.. con necting with steamer Scioto, fronvPorts raouth, also Kanawha River and Par- kersburg Packets at Unlllpolis. Returning, leaves Pomeroy every Tuesday. Thursday aud Saturday, at U o'clock A. 31., passing Gallipolis at 9 A. M., connecting ac Huntington wuu the evening Train going East, and fast line Packets for Cincinnati. Has wide, roomy guards for stock. Dec. 2, 1875. 3m Pittsburg and Cincinnati Regu lar racnet.: ANDES, CHAS. MUHLEMAN, Master. ED. MUHLEMAN, Clerk. First Response to the Call of Hard Timesl Fare to Cincinnati Reduced to THREE DOLLARS! ft fg ft Passes Gallipolis every Wednesday evening, for Cincinnati, and every Saturday evenlns for Pittsburgh." The Andes has just been completely repaired and repainted, and is lu flrst class coudltion in every particular. Jan. 7, 1874. COLUMBUS HOCKING VALLEY RAILROAD. Short Line to the Lakes and Northwest. Two Express Trains daily, (except Sunday) as follows: Depart. Depart. Athens G:30 a. m....1:25 r. m. .drrice. Arn're. Lancaster 8:23 a. m... .3:20 p. m Zanesville 10:45 " ... 5:30 " Columbus.-... .. 0:35 a. m....4:53i m Cleveland 3:10 r.M 7:03 a. m Pittsburgh 7:00 "... 2:20 " Chicago ....7:50 " Indianapolis... C:30 r. M....C:00 " Springfield 12:05 " ....0:30 p M Dayton 1:20 ....7:55 ' Toledo 8:05 ' ....0:33 a m Direct connections made at Lancaster for Clrcleville, Zanesville, and all points on the Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley R. R., and at Columbus for all points Eatand West. No change of cars from Columbus to Philadelphia, New York, Indianapo lis and Chicago. W. A. MILLS, Geneftil Ticket Agent. M. M. GREENE, Jan. 21, 1875. lyl President. Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. TN and after Sunday, May 30, 1375, J passenger trains will run a3 fol lows : Mi FKOM HU.VrlNGTOX. Leave Huntington 0.45 A.M, Arrive Charleston 11.5!) Arrive Kanawha Falls 1.30 P.M, " Ilin ton 4.45 " White Sulphur 0.33 " Alleghany 0.5(1 " Covington 7.40 " Millboro 0.09 " Goshen 9.25 " Staunton 10.45 " Charlottesville.... .'. .12.20 A.M, " Lynchburr 4.50 nnnlnnsvilln 1.93 " Washington..".. ..'..."0.33 " Richmond 4.45 " Trains stop at all regular stations be tween liuuthi'rtou and Allcliany, and at Covington, -Millboro, lioshcn, btaun ton, Greenwood, Charlottesvlllo, Gor- donsvillc. Junction and Richmond. Mall Train leaves White Sulphur dal ly (except Sunday) at o.a.i A. Ji. ior Richmond and all intermediate stations, Pullman sleeping cars run ou night trains between White Sulphur and Rich mond. For further information, rates, &c, apply to J. G. BUKSLIN, Agent at uuutmgton. CONWAY R. HOWARD, G. P. & T. Ag't. W. M. S. Dunk. Eng. and Sup't of Transportation. June JO, IS7.. BOOT & SHOE Sign of the Red-top Boot, Second street, below public Square. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Manufactures on order all classes of work, and guar- rfSsutitees tits, and quality as represented. "Repairing done promptly and neatly. Having been tor many years connected ns cutter and foreman with establish ments in this city, I respectfully solicit my old menus to call upon me anu again get good work and at reasonable prices May 20. 187i. tt 1 1 FURNITURE. i a Attsa ft jTL-n-nnn GATEW00D, FULLER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OP BWRBfSffWKB, GALLJP0L3S, OHIO. Jan 20, 1S75. EDUCATIONAL. ly SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. THE Board of School Examiners of JL Gallia county, O., will meet at the Union School building, 4th street, in the cltv of Gallipolis, the first Saturday in each month, and also the third Saturday tne monuis 01 Jiarcn, April, juav. June, September, October and Novem ber, at 10 o'clock A. M.. for the exami nation of applicants for Teachers' Cer tificates. E. E. SPALDING, E. W. CHASE, W. MITCHELL, Cl'fc. Examiners. Jan. 11. 1R75- tf Crawford Honse, COH. SIXTH AND WALNUT STREETS) CINCINNATI. FRANK J, 0AKES, Proprietor July 23, 18f5, tre tor BAKERY AXD Confectionery. B. W. PERSINQER TQgrOULD inform the public that on SPRUCE STREET, Near ilollohan fc Gardner'3 Store, He has opened a room and supplied it with all that families mav need In the line of Bread, Cakes, &c, and fresh at all times. PRICES REASONABLE, and prompt attention given to all orders, and ESTGoods delivered at any point lu the city. ISept.2,1875. ly MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ORGANS ON TIME! PERSONS of moderate Income, and those whose means are tied up In business, can by this system of Easy Monthly Payments, purchase and pay for an Organ or Melodeon and ntrer miss the money; whereas, it might be quite Impossible for them to pay the full cash value at once. AND 2 UI CO o 33 S3 Manufactured at Concord, N". II., is now acknowledged by our best Musicians to exceed in some important points any other manufactured. These Organs can be seen at the Store of Fillmokb Bro's, Gallipolis, O. Price Listsand Schedule of Rates of Payment furnished on ap plication. H. C. SUMMERS. Pine Grove, O., Sole Agent for Gallia County, O., W. Va., and Kentucky. Porter, Pine Grove P. O. Aug. 20, 1874. Ol O A DAY nt borne. Agents wanted. Outfit wa at ami terms lrec. TltUK .t CO- Auirusta. Maine. IMarch 16, -ly Estey Organs. L. F. IVIVGrTJIirr CAN FURNISH this instrument up on the best of terms to those wish ing Organs. Prices to suit purchasers. These Organs are the sweetest toned Organs lu use. Call at the Drug Store of L. P. Maguet & Son, or address L. P. MAGUET, GALLIPOLIS, O. Feb. 24, 137C 3in SKNI iSe. to G. I". ROWKM. CO.. N'eiv Yort. lor l'ainphletof 10(1 naire. containing llitsof .1000 newspapers, nnd estimates showing costot Hurerusing. (.autrm id, iB.ii.iy SAW MILL GREAT REDUCTION LY TRICES Lumber sawed to order and at the lowest possible prices. All kinds of seasoned Lumber constantly on hand Laths at 2 50 per M. Grind Corn every day. JffiLumber cheap as the cheapest, and will not be undersold by any one. Mill a t head of Gallipolis Island N. P. FENNER. July 9, 1874. BUILDERS. ti n o rr at t?idt 1 . O. 0& JO..- IN. XUIVI ARCHITECTS .BUILDERS, HANUFACTDUliES OF Doors, Sash, Blinds, WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, Mouldings, etc., etc ALSO, DIALS 19 pIaned a)d Kongh Lumber OK ALL KINDS. HaTinenow a Large Stock of SEASONED LUMBER on hand, we are prepared to fill allorden with whioh we are lavored, prompt and at Lotoett meet. 1. a & u.n.rvau. lPPaotorv and Lmnber-Yard Foot of Third Straet. Jan. 30. 1H72 PLANING MILL. MOLLINEUX, LAWSOiY & CO., Architects and Unilders, Manufacturers of DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES, AND MOLDINGS OF ALL KINDS Also Dealeta in PLANED AND ROUOH LUMBER. (rar-f)r.Ierf solicited. Third Strea b. tween Locust and Cedar, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Kh. 15. 1872. DYE HOUSE: stibIUhe4 Dresses, shawls silks and elothlsr, cleaned ordyed with the lustre and finish of new goods. Garments received from is distance will be returned of Xxnrecs frelcht one way when the chars dyeing s mounts to $3 Write for Price list. WM. R. TEASDALE, jBfff Walnut Stmt, MWJW4TiV