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Miss Laura Spence, of Camilla, Georgia, is 6 feet 2$ inuues talL Governor Tilden is worth $5,000,- 000. Jeff. .Davis' wife and daughter ac company Mm to Europe. Six New Hampshire papers favor Bristow; four are for Blaine. Urs. A. T. Stewart's companions at home are two favorite neices, The subscriptions to the fund for a monument to wooer -c amount to $7249. Dom Pedro says thirty minutes is long enough for dinner, and he re quires all the dishes to be served to gether. HeTolts and bolts. Four millions of dollars is what the South wants for Mississippi levees. The St Lonis Republican prima ries were carried for Morton and Blaine against Bristow. The National Convention of the Liberal Republicans has been called at Philadelphia for July 26. "The Centennial Behemoth" is whatBarnum calls his hippodrome this year. - The Chicago Tribune, after survey ing the Presidential field, arrives at the conclusion that Bristow is the strongest man, and Blaine second. An indictment has been found against ex-Secretary Belknap by the Grand Jury of the District of Co lumbia, for accepting a bribe while in office. Reports received by the Secretary of the State Pomological Society, from the peach-growing section of Michigan, state that every thing promises a full fruit crop. Elihu Burritt twent3r years ago planted an acorn of the famous Char ter Oak, and now it is a thrifty young tree in a garden at New Brit ain, Connecticut The Boston Common Council has appropriated $15,000 for the purchase of bronze medallions of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, to be placed in Faneuil Hall. Marietta Register: Which, Til den or Thurinan? The "hards" are sure to take one or the other, and leave greenbacks out in the cold. The star-chamber work is to be kep't up in Washington, the Demo crats insisting upon secret investiga tions. They are hurting themselves more than any one else. The programme of the allied Democrats and whisky ringsters to "smash Bristow" is being played through in strict accordance with the agreement. The measles have attacked Brig ham Young's family, and you bet they've got their hands full the measles we mean. In Germany the telegraph wires are in future to be carried under ground instead of being supported by posts. The object of this change is to prevent the interruption of com munications which regularly follows a great storm. The friends of Senator Morton figure up 200 delegates to the Cin cinnati Convention, who are as good as pledged to vote for him on the first ballot A young lady dropped her hand kerchief on the street last Saturday, and it blew close to the dangerous end of a mule. The young man who picked it up will not send her his photo for several days, as he doesn't look well with his chin under his ear. Shelby Republican. Lord Lyttleton's suicide was caus ed by grief over the death of a fa vorite daughter. The obituary of a book agent says: "He was a man of marked composure of manner." The Duke of Norfolk has an in come of $1,150,770 from his lands in the West Riding of Yorkshire. "How like its father it is!" said the nurse, on the occasion of the christ ening of a baby whose father was more than seventy years of age, and who had married a young wife. "Very like," said a satirical lady; "bald, and not a tooth in its head." Major J. W. Powell, chief of the Second Division of the Geological Survey of Washington Territory, has nearly completed in clay for the Centennial Exhibition a model of the great canon of the Colorado, the Yosomite Valley, and Niagara Gorge, upon a scale of one-half an inch to the mile. t An exchange aaks: "What are our young men doing?" We can't answer for the rest of the country, but around here they are engaged mainly in trying to lead nine "dollar existence on a seven-dollar salary. Norwich Bulletin. A chafing dish has been invented in Marseilles which folds, in order to be conveniently portable, and which will cook a steak in four minutes with only lighted paper for fuel. It is to be introduced into this country. The wife of Rev. W. F. Wylie, of Belletontaine, has fallen heir to $375,000 by the death of her father, .Mjj Hays, in Pittsburg. ; Being, asked what made him so flirty, a,street Arab replied, "I was made, as they tell me, of dust, and I -suppose it works out" "And you "think, ' darling, you could be contented to share my hum ble lot and live in a quiet way witli love and me?" queried the bashful lover, as he looked fondlr into her translucent blue eyes. "Why, yes, precious, you have no idea how ceo nomical I am. Pa gave me $1Q0 List week to buy a now silk, and saved enough out of it to purchase four pairs of six buttoned kids!" The last heard of that young man, his doctor had ordered, him to the Black Hills for his hoalth. [From the Chattanooga Times.] To make a Democratic Investiga tion Committee Take five parts knave, .two parts of fool, two parts of uoaney. ana o.ne part of Diunaer. Shake-thcm up well and turn them into a committed-room. The Chair man will come.atop. Very likely bis Sjyse will be Cauldfleld or Clymer. Land for Sate. I WISH" to sell 99 acres of Land, ly ing on the Nine Mile creek, in Ma son county, W. Va., IK miles from Beech Hill, on the Kanawha river, where there are two stores and post-office, and county road running from Bash Hill near the land, and no hills to get to the river, and 3 of a mile from the Metho dist Church and public School-houses. There are 2 cabins on this land and about 15 acres cleared; plenty of small streams to furnish water; plenty of timber for fencing and building. The most of this land lies very well, and in a good neighborhood, and being so con venient to the river, post-office, stores, church and school, and good road to the Kanawha river, gives it more advant ages than any back land iu this. part of tne country. Price 1,000 Dollars. . Terms of sale One-third down and balance in 1 and 2 years. Any person wishing to see this land, can call on the undersigned, at Buffalo, rutnatn county, v. va., or Jas a. Miixer, who lives near Beech Hill. ROBERT ALEXANDER. May 4, 1876. 6m Notice. mHERE will be an application to the uovernor oi umu " -- i of May, A. D. 1876, for the pardon of nr Cownn who was convicted of burglarv and sentenced at the Febru- ary term oi tne vouii, w - of Gallia county, Ohio, for term of one vear In the onto penitentiary. year in MARY SEXTON. May 4, 1876. lw VEGETINE. Three Points for Considera tion. During the past five years the VEGE TINE has been steadily working itself into public favor,aud those who were at nrst most mcreuuious in regain to its merits are now its most ardent friends and supporters. There are three essential causes for those having such a horror of patent medicines, changing their opinion and lendinz 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 leaving any bad effects In the system. 3d It presents honest vouchers. in testimonials irom nonest, weii-Known citizens, whose signatures are a sum cient guarantee of their earnestness in the matter. Taking into consideration the vast quantity of medicine brought conspicuously beiore tnepuDiictiirougti the Uaming advertisements in the news paper columns, with no proof of merit or genuine vouchers of what it has done, we should be pardoned for mani festing a small uegree oi pnue in pre senting: the following testimonial from Rev. J. S. DICKERSON, D. D., the popular and ever-genial pastor of the south Baptist Church, Boston : The Tired Body Sues for Sleep. Boston, March 16, 1874. H. R. Stevens, Esq. : Dear blr it is as much from a sense of duty as of gratitude that I write to say that pmir 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 perately defies It. Night after night the poor, tired body sues for sleep until the aay-uawn is welcomed back, 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 give?,- TTr' i...nv.nicep, aha without any of the evil effects 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 1 have a great er horror of being afraid to tell the straight out truth. The VEGETINE has helped and I own it me, up. Yours, &c, J. S. DICKERSON. Valuable Evidence. The following unsolicited testimonial from Rev. O. T. WALKER, D. D., for merly pastor of Bowdoin Square Church, and at present settled in Provi dence, R. I., must be esteemed as re name evidence. No one should fail to observe that this testimonial is the result of two years' experience with the use of VEGETINE in the Rev. Mr. Walker's family, who now pronounces it invaluable: Providence, R. I., 164 Transit St., H. R. Stevens, Esq. : I feel bound to express with my signa ture the high value I place upon your VEGETINE. My family have used it for the last two years. In nervous de bility It is invaluable, and I recommend it to all who may need an invigorating, renovating tonic. O. T. WALKER, Formerly Pastor of Bowdoln Square Church, 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-phystclans. Also those suffering from the same disease as afflicted the son of the Rev. E. S. Best. No person can doubt this testimony, and there is no doubt about the curative powers of VJSGJST1NJS: Natick, Mass., .Tan. 1, 1874, Mb. H. R. 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 saving our son's life. He is now seventeen years of age; tor the last two years tie has suf- tered from necrosis ot his leg, caused by scrofulous affection, and was so Tar reduced that nearly all who saw him thought his recovery impossible. A council of able physicians cotdd give us but the faintest hope of trra 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 he had not vigor enough to endure the operation. Just then we commenced giving him VEGETINE, and from that time to the present he lias been continuously Improving, lie has lately resumed his studies, thrown away crutches and cane, aud walks about cheerfully and strong. Though there is still some discharge from the opening where the limb was lanced, ivc have the fullest confidence that hi 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. I Respectfully yours, E. S. Best, Mks. L. ,C. F. Best. Reliable Evidence. 178 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., II. R. Stevens, Esq. : Sir From personal bencflt.re ceived by its use, as well as from per sonal knowledge of those whose cures thereby have seemeaalmost. miraculous, I can most heartily and sincerely rec ommend the VEGETINE for the com plaints for which It is claimed to cure. JAMES P. LUDLOW, Late Pastor Calvary Bap. Church, Sacramento, Cal. Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists. May 4,1875,-101 p Notice. MY wife, Arthula Deckard, has this day left .my bed and board . with out any just cause or provocation. This is to forewarn all persons from trusting her on my' account, as I will, pay; no debts of fier. contracting from and after this date. . .f - LEMUEL PERRY DECKARD. May 11, 1876. Farm for Sale! IN Addison township, about 4 miles from Gallipolls, containing GO acres; about twenty acres In good timber, the balance In good state of cultivation, with about 20 acres of No. 1 creek bot tom. Will be sold cheap. For further particulars enquire of W. S: ENTSMINGER, on the premises. 2, 1870. 3m i Road Notice. A PETITION will be presented to jt, the Commissioners of Gallia coun ty at their June session, 1876, praying the alteration of the county road lead ing from the State road near the "resi dence ot Andrew wooteu,in may town ship, Gallia count)', Ohio, to the county road near J. T. Smith's, in .Harrison township, in the same county, said al teration to commence at a point wnere the township road intersects the said .county road, near Wm. Haslett's; thence with the township road to near the resi dence of Isaac WhitUkery in Clay town ship; thence with the road up Swan Creek to near the residence of Jacob W. Wethorholt's to said county road, and there to terminate, aud to vacate so much of said county road as is rendered useless by said alteration. May 4, 1876. 4w 1 Road Notice- A PETITION will be presented to the Com missioners or Gallia county. Ohio, at their -lune session. 187B, praying for an 'alteration in me cuuiur ruau leamug irvui a. i . uuu s uiiii to Gallipolis. beginning at a stake marked one. which stand at the foot of the bill northwest of J. Trefftz's dwelling house; thence In a south east direction up the run to a black walnut tree marked two, which stands near the line run ning between the lands of said Trcfftz and Ii. P. Porter; thence nearly in the, same direction to a black walnut. tree marked throe; thence nearly- in the same direction to a willow shrub, marked four; thence the nearest and best way to a black walnut tree marked Ave; thence to the north of It. P. Porter's orchard to a hickory tree marked sis. which stands near the line running between the lands of said Por ter and David Glasaburn ; thence to a hickory tree at the Toot of the bill marked seven ; thence across the creelcand up the run to the south of east, the nearest and best way to a stake marked eight, which stands in tho old road on the north side of the run ; thence in a northerly direction to the southeast corner of the lands of's'ald It. .P. Porter; thence due north along the lino be tween the lands of said Porter and David Glass burn to the graveyard, and there to terminate. Also, to vacate so much of the old road as is supplied by the alteration. PETITIONERS. May 4, 1876.-4 w I March Manhood: Lost, How - 'XlvuirvrvU t JUST published, a new edition of Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated Es say on the radical cure (without medi cine) of SrEitMATOiiitHCKA or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental and Physical Inca pacity; Impediments to Marriage, etc. ; also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fts, induced by self-indulgence or sexual ex travagance, &c. t3ff"Price, in a sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated author, in this admira ble Essay, clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the'dan gerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing out a mode of-cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every suf ferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly; and radically. SSfThls Lecture should be in the hands of every youth aud every man In the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two pose stamps. Address the Publishers, F. BURGMAN & SON, 41 Ann St., New York; Post Office Box 4586. . . Feb. 17, 1876. ly Sheriff's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia'County, ss. PURSUANT to the command of an or der .of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas, of Gallia county, and to me directed, I will offer at public sale at the front door of the Court-house, in the citv of Gallinolis. Gallia county. Ohio, on Saturda3 the 20th day of May, a. u. lao, ai tne .nour di one o'clock PM. of said day, the following lands aud tenements, situate in the county of Gallia and State of Ohio, to wlt: Beginniug at the corner of city lot number ninety-six, the intersection of Court aud Third streets, in the city 'of Gallipolis; thence along the line of 3d street lorcy leet; uience at rignt angles to the northwest side of said lot; thence along said northwest side to said Court street; thence along Court, street to place of beginning, being- part of lot No. 90; to be sold exclusive of improve ments. Appraised at twenty-live hundred dol lars ($2500.00) To be sold as the property of Alexan der Mclntyre; at the' suit of Julia A. G. ,r ill mi. ; Terms of1 sale Cash. Given under my hand tills 20th day of April, A. D. 1876. CHARGES HTUAKT, Sheriff G. C. O. April 20, 1876. 5w SSlierill 's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. PURSUANT to tho command of jih or der or sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas, 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 Gallia, ,on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1876, at the hour; of one o'clock P. M. of' said day, the following described lands and tene ments, to-wit: Lot No. 15, in the town of Chambersburg, in the county of Gal lia, and State of Ohio. Said lot running eighty feet on front street, and running back-on -Third street onewhundred.feet iu parallel lines agreeable to the survey and,-plat.;Qf said town to vhlch refer ence is made. . .Appraised at six hundred, dollars ($600.00P I , v'ki To be sold as the property of Albert Chambers and others, at the. suit of William 'Wnllro Terms of sale Cash. Given under mv'hand'thia 20th dav of April; A. D. 1876; UHAJUiES STUART, Sheriff GC. O, April 2$ 1870,-Bw - Sheriff's Sale. -? The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. PURSUANT to the command of an order of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas, of said county of Gallia, and to me directed, 1 will offer for sale at public auction, at the frontdoor of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipo lls, in said county of Gallia, on the 20th day of 3Iay, A. D. 1870, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. on said day, the fol lowing described lands and tenements, to-wlt: The certain part of one hundred-acre lot number live hundred and sixty (560) containing fifty-three acres, .more or less, being and lying in section twenty-two, town one, range fourteen, situate in the township of Ohio, county f Gallia, and State of Ohio, with the privileges and appurtenances to the same' belonging or -in anywise appUr talning. r Appraised at seven hundred and nine- ty-nve dollars ($795.00.) To be sold as the property of Daniel H. Gates and wife, at the suit of Jacob Beck. Terms of sale Cash. Given under ray hand this 20th day of April, A. V. 18(0. . CHARLES STUART, " Sheriff G. C. Ohio. April 20, 1S7C. 5w Shei'ilT 's Sale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. TVURSUANT to the command of an Jl order of sale from the Court of Com mon Pleas of said county ot Gallia, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction, at therfront door of the Court-house in the city of Gallipolis, in said county, on Saturday, the20th day of May, A. D. 1S76, at the hour of one 'clock P. M.of said day, the following escribed lauds and tenements, in the unty of Gallia, and State of Ohio, to- iwlt: The sontli west half of city lot, in the city of Gallinolis, Gallia county, Ohio, known and numbered three hun dred and thirty (.w0,) on the Record Plat of the said city of Gallipolis, ex cept a part of said half lot which was previously deeded to Abraham Lasley by Elliott Bogg3 aud wife for a descrip tion of the piece excepted in said half lot reference is hereby made to the said deed from Elliott .Boggs and wife to Abraham Lasier. Appraised at seven hundred and fifty dollars (?7"U.uu.) To be sold as the property of Gibbons S. Jones and wife, and others, at the suit of The Gallipolis Central Building and Loan Association. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 20th day of April, A. U. 1K7U. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. April 20, 1870. 5w' co SSliei'iii 's SSale. The State of Ohio, Gallia County, ss. OURSUANT to the command of an IT: - order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas, of Gallia county, and to me directed, l will offer for sale at the front door of the Court-house, in the city of Gallipolis, in said county of Gal lia, on baturday, the 20th day of May, A. D. 1870, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following lands aud tenements, situate in said county of Gallia, and btate ot Ohio, and bounded and described as follows, to-wit: All that part of one hundred-acre lot No. 483, township No. 4, range No. 14, Gal lia county, and State of Ohio, that lies west, of the dividing line between sec tions Nos. 15 aud 21 in said township and range. Appraised at twelve hundred and fifty dollars ($1250.00.) To be sold as the property of John T. Hern, at the suit of John Rothgch!s Ex ecutor. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 20th day of April, A. 1). 1S7U. CHARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. SSIier-iil 's fesale. The Stale of Ohio, Gallio County, ss. STiURSUANT to the command of an JCT order of sale from the Court of Common Pleas 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, iu said county of Gallia, on the zuth day ot May, A. D. 1876, at the hour of one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described lands and tenements, situate iu tho city of Gallipolis, county of Gallia, and 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 ($2,000.) To be sold as the property of Rich ard Langley aud others, at the suit of Isabella B. Stewart. Terms of sale Cash. Given under my hand this 20th day of April, A. D. 1870. CnARLES STUART, Sheriff G. C. O. April 20, 1870. 5 w Wanted! WHEAT, COHN AND OATS ; FOR which wewillpaythehighestmarkel prioes delivered at our Mill or Ware house. Best Family Flour For Sale atoar Mill. IT TT H.H TTRAT. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring to Gray Hair its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual f o t preserving the hair. It soon restores faded or gray hair to its original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, falling hair checked, and Baldness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are de stroyed, oc tho glands atrophied and decayed; hat such as. remain can be saved by this application,; and stimu lated into activity, so that a new growth of hair is produced. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or- falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to the Ecalp arrests and prevents the forma tion of dandruff, which is often. so un cleanly and offensive. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and inju rious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it If wanted, merely for a HAIR DEESSINGy nothingdse can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does no$ s)il white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hairj giving it a rich, glossy lustre, and a grateful;perfume. Pepared by Dr. J. C, Ayer &Co,, .Tactical and Analytical cbeadftf DEALERS IN HARDWARE Stoves and Tin-Ware, Pittsburgh Plows, &e.y Court Street, - January 13, 1876. 9 Gallifiplis, DROUILLARD BLOCK. i;. i m k io holesale and Retail DRUG-GISTS 1 2 3 JOURNAL OFFICE: 4 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES. Ott OUrilllllSSluix IvXoi oliciiito, AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE! Cutlery, Guns, &c5 Mttshmg Flw ami Second St., - - - above Public Square. August 19, 1875. & Co., 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 snort notice. Apply at Reifsnyiler & Betz's Saw Mill. JOHN BETZ. Gallipolis, Feb. 17, 187C Cm J AS. 11. SMITH, Of Newport, Ky. CAPT. WM. H. BKYAH, formerly witli A. B. Clark fc Bro. Smith & Bryan, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DliALKItS IX Green Apples and Fruits generally, SEED OATS, TIMOTHY, CLOVER, &c, &c. ISpSolieit Consignments of Eggs, Poul try, Hides, reltryr Butter, Bauon, Potatoes. Apples, Fruit of all kinds, &c. No. 8 WEST FRONT STEET,. Cincinnati, Ohio. UEXXREKCES: B. G. Stall & Co., A. B.& A. K. Clark Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Jas. Taylor & Sons, Bankers, Newport, Ky. Capt. Laingllalliday, Capt. Blagg, Gallipolis, Ohio. fMarcli 1G, 187C Cm Rodney Enterprise! rmarnv. CHE&pTEASi EXCLUSIVE Ageucy for The United States Tea Co. Just received a large invoice of Fine Young Hyson only 55 eta. per lb. No. 1 Drouillard Block. Jan. G, 187C. Blacksmithing. mHE subscriber lias re-opeiied his JL- Blacksmith Khop, at the oiu stand, on Third Street, where be asks his old friends to call and see blm. Every branch of the business will receive prompt attention. LEWIS MUENZ March 1875. DRUGS, ETC. PAINTS! PAINTS White Lead, Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Benzine, Varnish, "'Paint Brushes, Window Glass, sc., &c, For sale at S ANNS' DRUG STORE. Mav 14. 1874. Valuable Mill Prop NEW STORE, But an old Merchant. J L. Williams OFFEHS a general stock, sueb as is adapted to the demands iu a coun try store. He proposes to keep a good assortment aud solicits the custom in the section about RODNEY. He will excliauge for country produce at market rates. tSPCome and see me. Oct. 7, 1875. FOE 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. 1 Doz. Eggs, - - - - $2 00 Z 5:) 3efc and Geese Eggs, per doz., 3 00 AU eggs sold warranted as repre sented. JAMES BASHORE; CaMpollsi March 23, 1876.-2m erty for Sale! The property known as the HARRISBUKG FLOURING MILLS, with SAW MILL, several acres of land, Includlnga frame dwelllng-liousc choice frulttres,convenieniout-OHiHiiiigs,c, mjTILL HOUSE 30x40, three-story. JlTJL Freuch Burr Mill Stones witn Mill for grinding corn; Improved Smut Mill; Dntch Anchor Bolting Cloth. The machinery with Us attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capaci ty and convenience. These Mills eojoy 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 eo west. WM. H. WOOD, to go wesu p 0alUa Co 0h0 Jan. 20, 187 FARMERS : ALL and examine our Stock of PITTSBURGH PLOWS AND POINTS. One Hundred and Fftyjnstreceiyed. CT-Prlces very low and terms to suit purchasers. Deca&.isTJ.-tr ANDES, CHAS. HUHLEJCAX, Master. ED. MUKLEMAK. Clerk. JFlrst Response to tU Call of Sard Timet! Fare to Cincinnati Reduced to THREE DOLLARS! Passes Oalllnnll. Wttl n arl a v a van tH liincinuau, auu every aaiuruay evening Tli a Aiulpja h.qa fust hppn PAmn1nfAl repaired and repainted, and is In first- Jan. 7, W?' WHOLESALE GROCERS. Wholesale 0foceri AND DEALERS IN Produce, Provisions and Liquors, GALLIPOLIS, - - - - OHIO. JanJ3, 187C ly A. B. Clark. A. Jt. Clark. J. C. Kerr. A. B. & A. R. CLARK & CO., (Successors to A. B. CLARK & BRO.,) Wholesale Grocers AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ho. 39 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. January 1, 1875. ly COftperday at home. Samples worta D LO iU $i free. STINSON CO., Port land, Maine. imarcn la, isn.ij. Dyes! DyesI Logwood, Madder, Indigo, Cudbear, Blue Vitriol, Alum, &c For sale at SANNS' DRUG STORE. May 7, 1874. DRUGS, ETC. H A Y D CENTENNIAL R Drug Store, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. U Dye Stufi's, Paints, Oils, W Varnishes, A R i S Patent Medicines, T Choice Liquors, j Toilet Articles, FANCY GOODS, O R E UKUGGISTS aUNUKIfcs, EVERYTHING! FRESCRIFflONS!! Jan. 13, 1S7C ly FURNITURE. JAMKS OATKWOOO. W. O. FUXLKR. WM. SIIOBKR. 1. C. IIUTSIXPILLER. T. lti UAYWARD. GATEW00D, FULLER & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF 6ALL1PGL9S, OH). Jan 20, 1875. EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL TMIE Board of School Examiners oi JL Oallia county, O., will meet at the Union School building, 4th street, in the city of uaiiipoiis, tne nrst baturuay in each month, and also the third Saturday of the mouths ot JUarcii, April, May June. September. October and Novem uer, at ID o'clock A. M., tor tne exami nation of applicants for Teachers' Uer tincates E. E. SPALDING, E. W. CHASE, IV. MITCHELL, Cl'fc. Examiners. Jan. 11. 1875. tf Crawford Honse,' UUrt, blAIH nNU nnLHUI OirUCIoi CINCINNATI. FB1NK J. 0AKE8, : : Proprietor July 22. 1875. WHY ABE THE TftAOEMASK. The Sest Coal Cook Stoves? THE mm MIME tconomicai. h Convenient, Cleanly, Dura wle. bubo, HTMf sail pr"" """'"' :rrnn Jt or iialo by j HUTCHINSON. 4r BALDKIDG GalHpoliB, Or Feb; 17, 1876,-ly BAKERY AND upnTeGiionery. B. W. RERS1N6EIM OULD lufora the public that spruce Street. Near Mollohan &j Gardner's S He has opened a npm and suppl nun hi inai lamaes may need line of f. . Lb i and freshen Ume3 PltICES REASONABLE, , and prompt attention given to all orders and HrGooda delivered atany point InT the city. fSent. 2. 1675. 1 - -rf MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 0BGANS ON TIME! PERSONS of moderate Income, and those whose mran ir tlo.l .n in business, can by this system of Easy Monthly Paymeuts, purchase Tutd" nav for an Orsrun nr Mulmlann ...! . miss the money; whereas, It might be quite impossible for them to pay flic full cash value at once. AND o S3 H CO o S3 G3 at Ul r- Manufactured at Concord, N.H., 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 Filljiork Bko'sj Gallipolis, O. Price Lists and Schedule of Rates of Payment furnished on apj plication. II. C. SUMMERS, Pine Grove, O., Sole Agent for Gallia County, O., W. Va., and Kentucky. Porter, Pine Grove P. O. Aug. 20, 1874. nlOA DAY at home. A cents wanted. OutOt 51 and terms Irec. TIUIE 4 CO, Aitgnsta, Maine. I March 18, 1878. ly Estey Organs. JL,. TP. IVIAGUET CAN FURNISH this Instrument up on the best of terms to those wlsh Iii? Onraug. Prices to suit purchasers. These Organs are the sweetest toned Organs In use. Call at the Drug Store of L. P. Maguet & Son, or address L. P. MAGUET, GALLIPOLIS, O. Feb. 21, 137G. 3m SEND 25c. to G. P. BOWI.LAVU.,.'(etr lorKj lor Pamphlet or 100 pages, containing UtUot 8000 newapapers, and estimate showing: cost or advertising. iaremo, oiu. ,j GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES ' SEMON, "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, Conrectionaries, Provisions, &c. COURT ST., BET. SECOND & THIRD! GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Resncctfullvasks the citizens of Galllm Us to call at his establishment and exam iue his stock of GROCERIES. Consisting of all articles to be found Int FAMILY GROCERY STORE, My stock of CONFECTIONERIES ar, large aud complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, Sec. By strict attention to business, sellinj at small prolits, I hope to merit a shan of public patronage. ; OYSTERS by the can and half can of the be$ quality, and warranted to be fresh. COUNTRY PRODUCE ot all kinii wanted, for which the highest marke) price will be paid. , C. SEMON. OYSTERS' J1RESH OYSTERS Just received, It S. GOETZ', CORNER OF GRAPE AND THD3p STREETS. The very best quality of FRESH OYS TERS are received by Mr. Goktz ewry mornltg. This is tiie place. S. GOETZ. Nor. 6, 1874. tf PLANING MILL. MULLIXEIIa, LAVS0i 4. Architects and Builr"' Mannficturera of,DO DOORS, SASH. BLINDS, aau .ALLiKIffDS -n IViolieiUd. Third Bta Vh 15. 1H791 cleaned ordyea tna natre anuu 243 WalnUlBtrtet, CISCISXij 1. (,AXbv 7ir7in.ipr i v ninmr llL. I1UUUL.