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Artful A picture-gr Uery. Neptune's coat-of &rma The crest of a wave. Airs of spring Those of the gen tle organ grinder. .The best way to care the body is to quiet the mind. "When are eyes not eyes? . When the wind makes them watgj: Those who dorsal 'deserve tneir ubles usually bear tnem me orav- When fi nimnlptin tries to live by his wits he breaks up for want of capital to go on. For a dollar in script a man can now get a better hair and new quar ters for the Centennial year. Everybody is expected this cen tennial year to plant a tree. If you iin't do that matte a bougu. A Maine farmer set fire to a pile of straw on the barn floor to make a light to harness his horses by, and now he has no barn. The shadows of our own desires stand between us and our better angels, and thus their brightness is eclipsed. Bichins. A Beason for Calling Visitor, naively: "Well, i cortainly never dreamt I should find you at homo on such a lovely afternoon as this!" Gov. Smith, of Georgia, has spent $7,000 more than his salary during his term of office in defraying the expenses of official duties and courte sies. If you know a railroad Superin tendent, treat him kindly at this sea son of the year. It won't be so hard to ask him for a pass to the Centen nial. A man who bought 1,000 Havana cigars 'this week, on being asked what he had, replied that they were tickets to a course of lectures to be given by his wife. Stockings for ladies are now elab orately worked with sprays of flow ers. Those worn by men are worked by careful housewives at the heel and toe. Why do they term it an "assign ment for the benefit of his creditors?" The assignment is plain enough, but where does the "benefit" come in? A man who was recently hanged in Canada for killing his landlord made a speech on the scaffold, in which he expressed a hope that this "might be a warning to other landlords who per- siste(U-m 'dunning tneir poor ten ants." Aleck is a six-year-old boy, who very fond of ice-cream- He was per mitted to dine with the family the other evening, and, as usual, wanted more ice-cream; but as ho made his wish known lie added: "Can t 3-ou hotten in a littler " Careful estimates show the total bullion product of the Comstock mine of Nevada, from the discovery to the beginning of the present year, in round number, to be $200,000,000, of which $80,000,000 are in gold. Honest and courageous people have very little to say about either their courage or their honesty. The sua has no need to boast of his bright ness nor the moon of her effulgence, Ballou. Daniel Fender concluded a letter, asking Mary to bo his, thus: "And should you say 'yes' dear Mary, I will ever and faithfully bo your D. Fen der." Daniel thought that was neat and so did Mary. A Gipsy convention was held at Joliet, 111., recently. About 500 Gip sies were present Fifty are still en- camped in the woods near the city limits. It is their annual May coun cil, at which the chief lays out the routes to be pursued by each band during the year. Moliere was asked the reason why in certain countries the King ma' assume the crown at fourteen j'ears of age and cannot marry before eighteen. "It is," answered Moliere, "because it is more difficult to rule wife than a kingdom." It is a remarkable fact that everj day in the week is observed by some nation for the public celebration of religious services. Sunday is devo ted by the Christians, Monday by the Greeks, Tuesday by the .Persians, "Wednesday by the Assj'rians, Thurs day by the Egyptians, Friday by the Turks, Saturday by the Jews. Mr. Ben. Perlcy Pore writes to) tue Boston Journal that Mr. Henry A. Wise is true to his temperance principles, when lie was asked in Washington the other day if he would not take some refreshments. he replied: "I would Wfcefgalass of pure milk, but.fcursowhiskv, brandy and rum.'-'" -'fTTf millinery shop and t&kc'howc four dozen hats for your-wife to look at, and then go back and try to tell the milliner which hat she wanted, and how she wanted it trimmed? If you never did, don't try it Better start to the asylum at-once. A Philadelphian writes: "The 4Jafr truth is, that if you wish reallv- WV eow Jou mast stay half mbtimmer; n you waut to run throughjt, you must stay not less -than la-, .week." This.iPhiladelphian writes to a' Chicago paper, not a rela tive. An irishman beingtrie'd for as sault andb'attery in Virginia City, Neft3a, when asked if he had anv. 'thills tn Knv Tit- m.o it nC ,1 f v.... tuui JiUMur. I .STL IV I II 1 1. ot tne tight, as I was undyer- A substitute for the postal-card, that is being considered by the Postrofllce Department, is a stamped sheet (about note-paper size), with gummed edge,Jto serve as both paper and envelope, and to cost two cents. m Lots of able-bodied young ladies are off all day hunting lor trailing arbutes whose parents haven't got a spoonful of horse-radish in the house. fDanbury News. June Taxes. TAX-PAYERS will take notice tnac the Treasurer's.OlHce will be open from the 1st day of May nutil theSOth day of June, 1876, for the Collection or the June Taxes without penalty, being the last half of the Tax of 1875. All property on which the Taxes have not been paid when the Treasurer makes his semi-annual settle ment, will be returned DELINQUENT to the County Auditor, and ou such Tax the law adds a penalty of twenty per cent. Some Tax Payers have the erro neous idea that if their Taxes are not paid in Juno no penalty will be added, but the law clearly states that Taxes re maining unpaid when the Treasurer makes his semi-anuual settlement must have a penalty of twenty per cent, ad ded to the Tax. Tax-payers will find it to their advantage to use their utmost effort to settle their taxes promptly, and avoid paying the penalty. The Treasurer requests that tax-payers bring their December receipts, when they come to settle their June tax. JOHH Xi. uux, Treasurer Gallia Co. May 11, 1876. 2w Appointment. mHE undersigned has been duly ap- jh. poinieu uuu quaiuicu kjt mo bate Court of Gallia county, as Admin istrator of the estate of Xnvier Brand- stetter, late of said county, ueceaseu. All nersonH indebted to said estate arc icuuMbuu -- : T nnnACfOfl tf mflk'ft lTT! IT! til l.-ltn wAvraAlkt and those having claims against the ... - i ... i. ..... : same Will present, uieiu, uuiy auuiniu cated, to tho'underslgned for allowance. CHAUXCEY JT. HOLOOMB. May 4, 1876. 3 w is ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. jS pursuance of an order of the Pro- n Date uourt oi uaiua county, uiiio, i will offer for sale, at public auction, on the 2d day of June, 1S70, at 1 o'clock P. M.. unon the premises, the following: described real estate, situate in Raccoon, township, Gallia county, Ohio, tp-wit: The nortn nan oi tne nortneasc quarter of section No. 34; also the northwest" quarter of the northwest quarter'of sec tion No. 35; also the south half of the southeast quarter of section No. 27. be ine1 the same premises conveyed by Dii- vid White to Jacob White, by deed dated. March 12th. 1847, and recorded in vol. 23, page 112, Record of Deeds, Gallia county, Ohio, except 4 acres, more or less, conveyed ny .jacoo wniie to u. a. White, by deed dated October 20, 1874, and recorded in the records of deeds of said county. To be sold subject to the widow's (lower therein. Appraised at $3000. Said premises will first be offered for sale as an entire tract, and if upon failure to sell the same as such, then the same will bo offered in separate lots or tracts, as follows, to-wit: Lot Ne. 1, according to a plat made by Wm. R. White, Eq..aud filed in the of fice of said Probate Court, containing G2 acres in the middle of said S. E. quarter of section 27, and unincumbered by dower. Appraised at $1144. Lot No. 2 on said plat containing 50 acres, lying partly in theS. part of said S. E. quarter of said section 27, and partly in the N. W. corner of the N". E. quarter of said section 34, and unincum bered by dower. Appraised at $800. Lot No. 3 on said plat, being all of the N". W. of N. W. h of said section 35, and also 11 acres off the E. side of said N. E. K of X. E. i of said section 34, except 6 acres in the' X. E. coiner of said X. W. H of X. W. M of section 35, containing in al!47 35-100 acres, and un incumbered by dower. Appraised at $852. Lots Xos. 4 and 5 on said plat, con taining 50 acres, being all that part of said premises covered by dower- -Ai-praised at $000. Terms of Sale One-third in hand, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years from day of sale, with inter est; payments to be secured by mortgage ou the premises sold. C. W. WniTE, Adm'r of Jacob White, dee'd. By White & Holcojib, Att'ys. May 11, 1876. iw Buggiesfor Sale. I HAVE Buggies and Spring Wagons for sale or exchange for Horses, Cattle, Hogs, &c Call at Vinton, Ohio, Thebest of bargains ottered. W. F. BUTLER, Vinton, Ohio. April 20, 187G. 3mos R. & T. Tonic Elixir and Liquid Extract of Beef. , Biliousness arecureil by using R, ..... U.T, Tonic; Klixir urn indigestion Liquid Kxtractof.Bcer. are cured lv uslnc R, & T. Tonic Elixir ami Li'iui'l Extractor Beef. Pilnq whether brought on by "" natural causes or the use of injurious rocui cines. Female Diseases ,m i.nwv! bv nsinz R. Sc. T. Tonic Elixir anil Liquid Extract of Beef. Diseased Liver are cured by using K. ChiIdren'8Dlsease8ftT.MTtoirB except tviiuiuwii.f Kidnej' Troubles are cured bv nsinjr R & T. Tonio Elixir or Liquid Extract or Beer, in male or female, are "Weaknesses cured liy using R. Sc. T, Tonic Elixir and Liquid Extract oi jieci. Ifyomlonot fiMtbis medicine at one drug sum can m anouier, ai if it is not on sale iu your placf. have your druggtat order it, or send direct to us. Price, $1.00 per bottle. Sent on eipt of jfllias. RICHARDSON & TULLIDGE, Cincinnati, 0. May 4, 1876. 0IL98RAFHS- Th Newest ThineiJ"ctnres: EttokttSTJBSCRIBEE to this paper, who will return to the Am. Oilo- crapn f uDiishing Co. the annexed cor- nncate, with oO cents, will receive by return mail as a specimen a superb Oil- "6'"i"' u diary spencer's exquisite llower paintinsr. "Spnrvn Hv-nTiua This picture, measuring ioir ;mi, retails for $3.00, and if a fac-simile of A OU, rALSTTSQ WORTH $150. TO alSO distribute specimens of their more elab- oruio wore, tuoy will forward gratui tously, to every tenth purchaser of the above, whose names will be registered uo ictciveu, a uiagnmucnt So OHoTanli 22x28 inches, entitled 'Bosom FbSmds ' Address AM". OILOGRAPII CO., ' No. 183 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. fcg out out mis uertmcate.g3 This Certipcate, accompanied by Fif- vcuuj, euuues tne scuaer to the $3.00 Oilograpli, Spring JBean-j ties, Advertised by Air. Oilogbaph Co., 183 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. May 4,1870. 1m 1776. Agents Wanted ,'Centennial Cook Book and General Guide." 400 Pages, bound in Cloth and Gilt a.uuo .Recipes Cookery, Medicine, Farming, Dairy, Events. 100 'En gravings Centennial .Buildings, old Kelics, Park Scenery. Map an'l Guide 'ur strangers, nest selling book out. Book for evervbodv. Retells! postpaid on receipt. Send for copy. ,m J- MYJBRS, Publisher, 103 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. May 4, 1870. lm v Bridge Notice. mjOTICE Is hereby given thU the Jjt Commissioners of Gallia county will sell the-job of building an. open bridge across Clear Fork Creek, on the Portsmouth road, near Green Town house, on Wednesday, May 17tu, 1876, at 10 o'clock A. M. The brldgb will re quire two piers. Plan and specifications made Known on day ot saie. By the Commissioners. J. H. EVANS, Aud'r. May 4, 1876 2w 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 her contracting from and after this date. LEMUEL PERKY DECKARD. May 11, 1876. Farm for Sale! INT Addison township, about 4 miles from Gallipolis, containing 60 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, ou the premises. March 2, 1870 3m Road Notice. PETITION will be presented to the Commissioners of Galliacoun- ty at their June session, 1870, praying the alteration of the county road lead ing from the State road near the resi dence of Andrew Wooten.in Clay town ship, Gallia county, Ohio, to the county road near J. T. Smith's, in Ilarrison township, in the same county, said al teration to commence at a point where the township road intersects the said county road, near Wm. Haalett's: thence with the township road to near the resi- !"flnnf. Slf rMnAWLiatrHf in fin.. ...... Ship; thence with the road up Swan Creek to near the residence of Jacob W. Wethenolt's to said county road, and there td terminate, and to vacate so much of said count' road as is rendered useless bV said alteration. May4,W7G. 4w Manhood: Ilow Lost, How Restored! SPUST published, a new edition of lr. aB Culverwcll's Celebrated Es say on the radical aire (without medi cine) oi bPEitMATOURHOJA or seminai Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, IJirOTKNCY, Jtteiitai anu i-nysioai jmcu nncitv. Iuinediments to Marriage, etc. also. Consumption. Epilkpsy and Fts, induced by self-indulgence or sexual ox- travagauce, sc. (ggrPrice, iu a sealed envelope, only six cents. The celebrated author, in this admira- hlu Essav. 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 1 . r. ! ..:.. .....1 moue oi cure atonuu Miiijuu, ucil.hu uiu effectual, bv means of which every suf ferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly, and radically. HSgThis Lecture should be in the hands of every youth and every man In the land. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, post-paid, on receipt of six cents or two post i-tanips. Address the Publishers, F. BUBGMAN" & SOX, 41 Ann St.. New York; Post Oflice Box Feb. 17, 1S7G ly KM M III i mm I IPf I 'Wanted! WHEAT, COBK FOR whioh wewill paythehighestmsrbet prioes delivered at our ilill or Wars- bouse. Best Family FSoiir For Sale .alour Mill. LlSHili lins standard article is com pounded with the greatest care. Its eflects" are as wonderful and as satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or faded hair to its youtntul color. It removes all eruptions, itching and dandruff. It gives the head a cooling, soothing sensation of great comiort, ana the scalp by its use becomes white and clean. By its tonic properties it restores the capillary glands to then- normal vigor, preventingbaldness, and mak ing the hair grow thick and strong, As a dressing, nothing has been lound so effectual or desnable. A. A. Hayes, II. D., State As-saj-er of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality ; and I consider it the.BEST Pkepaeation for its intended purposes' Mce, One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may be relied on to change the color of the beard from .gray or any other un desirable shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It is easily applied, being fn one preparation,and quick ly and effectually produces a per manent color, which will neither rub nor wash. off. ""Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA, N. H. . of v. H. I Land for Sale. TP WISH to sell 99 acres of Land, ly JL ing on the Nine Mile creek, in Ma son county, tv. va., ij tulles iroin Beech Hill, on the Kanawha river, where there are two stores and post-office, and county road running1 from Bush Hill near the land, and no hills to get to the river, and 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 c .i ; mi,n uuiucr iui icuuiug auu uiuiuuig. xug most of this laud lies very -well, and in a eood neighborhood, and belnr 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 the 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, Putnam county, W. Va., or Jas H. Miller, who lives near Beech Hill. ROBERT ALEXANDER. .May 4, 1876. 6m Notice. mHERE will be an application to the JL Governor of Ohio on the 12th day of May, A. D. 1876, for the pardon of lieorge Ai. bexton, who was convicted of burglary and sentenced at the Febru ary term of the Court of Common Pleas of Gallia county, Ohio, for term of one year in the Ohio penitentiary. MARY SEXTON. May 4, 1876. lw Three Points for Considera tion. During the past live years the VEGE- TINE has beeu steadily working itself Into public favor, and those who wereat first most iucredulous in regard to its merits are now its most ardent friends and supporters. There are three essential causes for those having sucli a horror of 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 leaving any bad effects In the system. 3d It presents honest vouchers iu testimonials from honest, well-known citizens, whose signatures arc a sulll cient guarantee of their earnestness in the matter. Taking into consideration the vast quantity of medicine brought conspicuously before the public through the Hauling 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- leting a small degree ot prule In pre senting the following testimonial from Rev. J. S. DICKERSOX, D. D., the popular and ever-genial pastor of the South Baptist Church, Boston : The Tired Body Sues lor Sleep. Boston-, March 16, 1874. H. Stevens, Esq. : .Rf l Sir It is as much from a sense oi duty a. of gratitll de that r writ0 to lP',7,r VEGETINE even it it heipmo wh&JS! Vlc"f?rcili avail which I couk 0.lf.H,. .,. t.-uu excessive mental wo.. - " g . , brings upon me a ih&' LtU31? that desperately needs sf.u4 perately defies it. Nightarf.' d rfrf ttiail hmlir aunc tnp aan . .1 .1 :n..,A.AIn,11l.i.l 1 "it. 7Lfl , UVUJ Jlll.-l .U. Utlr.l .1... gin our work tired out with au almost nuuiess chase utter rest. Sovr i. imvo louna that a little Villi JCTIXE titkon just before I retire gives me sweet and immediate sleep, and without any of the evil effects of the usual tarcotics. I think two things would itend to make brain-workers sleep. lst-U. little less work. 2d A little more KEGETINE. Tliis prescription has lulpl me. horror of "patent medicines," but I ave a great- er horror of being afra'u to tell the EGETINE straight out truth. The lias helped me, and I own li IP- I yours, sc, J. S DICiERSON. Valuable Evidc: ctcc. d tes The following unsolicited testimonial from Rev. O. T. WALKEl.D.p., for merly pastor of Bowdoia ISquare Church, and at present settled if Trovi deuce, it. i., must uo estcenel as re liable evidence. No one should fail to obsericaiat this testimonial is the result of twJ vears' experience with the use of VEfJETfNE iu the Rev. 3Ir. Walker's fJnUv. who now pronounces it invaluable': PnoviuKscE, R. I., 1G4 Trinsit St., II. R. Stuvcss, Esq. : i I feel bound to express with my signa nii e me nifju vaiue l places unon you vr,ui!.jii. juy iamily have used lor the last two years. In nervous lie bility it is invaluable, and I rueommen it to all who may need an invigorating. renovating tonic. O. T. WALKER, formerly Castor of Bowdoi li Square Tlie Best ISvIdcnce. Tiie following letter from Rev. E, hb.br, pastor 31. 33. Church. Natii- Jlass., will be read with interest by many physicians. Also those stid'erin irom the same disease as afflicted the son or the Rev. E. S. Best. No person can doubt this testimonv. and tlm rft is no doubt about the curative powers of Natick, Mass., Jan. 1. 1S74. iln. H. R. Stevkns : Dear Sir We have mmi ..nn fn,- regarding your VEGETINE a medicine of Jhereatost value. We feci. assured urn. inuun means or aavjug pur uu Hue. "en now seventeen years of age, iui niu i.iei, iwo years ne has suf- . r- .udi;ii JtjrCU A1.UI1I neurosis, Ul Ills llir t.n uj ruuimuus aiieciion, anu was so f-ir reduced that nearly all who saw him thought his recovery imnoKsll.u a council of able physicians could give us but the fainteit hope of his ever rail v he was beyond the reach oflinm.n.. edies, that even amputation bould not Eflvn Mm ne lm l.wl F V '. Kor enougn to endure the operation. Jut th xv commenceu giving him VEGETINE, and from that time to the present he has been continuously improving. He has lately resumed his studio fl.iWt. at crutcnes anu cane, and walks about cheerfully and strong. -lllOUgh there IS Still nmo AUMinrm. from the opening wiiere thejimb lvas that in a little time he will lie Wrrnnf.lv cured. - - ? He has taken about three dozen bottles VEGETINE, but lafelyWs: but lit tle, as he declares thatjhc is too welLto lfl 1 - UU Uiiilll IUCU1U1UU. 1 ' ncspectiuily yours, i E. S. Best,' ' Mns; U. C. Fi J1K3T. Boliablo jEJvidcnce. 178 Baltic Street, Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 14, 1874. R. Stevens, Esq. : Dear Sir From personal benefit re ceived by its use, as well as irom per sonal knowledge of those wlnse cures thereby have seemed almost milaculous, can most heartily and sinceielv rec ommend the VEGETINE for Bio com plaints for which it is claimed to cure. JAMES P. LUDIJDW. Late Pastor Calvary Bap. Church, Sac ramento, Ual. Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists. A The ay iou, im DROUILLARD BLOCK. C. B. 1 KIR Wholesale and Retail DBTJG-QISTS k Bi, 2 3 JOURNAL OFFICE. 4 "Wholesale and Retail Dealer in SAPS 4MB iP41 GROCERIES. Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN D Cutlery Second St., - - August 19, 1S75. WARE! J-iin5 &c5 - above Public Square. Straightening Cir- cie Saws. JAM prepared to straighten all kinds of Saws, from Hand Saw to the largest Circle Saw. Take out Buckles, Burns, Crooks and Itimbouud, and make them as good as new, in short notice. AiPiy at Keifsnyder & Betz's Saw tampon, Feb. 17, ISTfiin JAS. 11. SJIITB, CAPT. WM. H. BItYAN, of Newport, Ky. lornterly with A. B. Clark' & Bro, Smith & Bryan, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN Green Apples and Fruits generally, SEED OATS, TIMOTHY, CLOVER, &c, &c. (SolicitConsi:nments of Eggs, Poul try, Hides, Peltry, Butter, Bacon, Potatoes, Apples, Fruit of all kinds, &c. No. S WEST FRONT STEET, Cincinnati, Ohio. references: B. G. Stall & Co., A. B. & A. R. Clark & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Jas. Taylor & Sons, Bankers, Newport, Ky. Capt. LaiugHalliday, Capt. Blagg, Gallipolis, Ohiof ' fJlarch 10, 1870. Cm 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 try store. He proposes to keep a good assortment and solicits the custom in the section about RODNEY. He will exchange for country produce at uiai-Kct rales. ES'-Coiiic and see me. Oct. 7, 1875. Eagle Drugstore Br. J. C RATHBUKN IN HIS NEW STAND. NEW AND FULL LINE rOF DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, Varnishes, Dye Stuff s, Patent Medicines, PERFUMERY, Combs, Brushes, Window- Glass, Fancy Goods, &c A general falling off in Prices along the whole line, to suit the times. REMEMBER sign of the EAGLE between John Dages1 and H. P. Elias'. at the March I CHOICE CHEAP TEJISb XCLUSIVE Agency for The United States Tea Co. .lust received larce invoice of Fine oting Hyson; only 55 cts. per lb. u Kern & onoH No. 1 Drouillard Block. Jan. 0, 187C. Blacksmithing. nnnE subscriber lias re-opened 1 JL Blacksmith Shop, at the old stand, on Third Street, where he asks his friends to call and see .liiin. Every branch of the business will receive prompt attention. LEWIS MUENZ. March 4, 187u. DRUGS, ETC. PAINTS! PAINTS! White Lead, Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Benzine, Varnish, Paint Brushes, AViiulow Glass, EC, Forsale at SANNS' DRUG STORE May 14. 1874. Valuable Mil! Prop erty for Sale! The property known as the HARRISBURG FLOURING MILLS. with SAW MILL, several acres of land Itii.l nili nff ;i fY.iiiif il woll Ifit.lifiiicf. i.lmtf.t fruit trecs,conveiiientout-'uuiIdiii;s, &c, "BflTlLL HOUSE ::0x4, three-story JjJL Frencli Burr Mill Stones witli Mill for grinding corn; Improved Smut .Mill; Dutch Anchor liolting ulntli The machinery with its attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capati ty and convenience. These Mills eniov a lanre natronasre and the purchaser will have nothing to do but go at once into active business, A rare chance for a barmiu as tli owner is determined to sell, intending "6" . trill. 21. tVUUU, Harris r. O., Gallia Co., Ohio Jan. 20, 1871!. look Hmmv REaoi ,Tu? t brought on, and on hand, Here at inv old stand, Where vou will liud the Goods to please. JSverybody in country, anu uainpons; llherefore invite you an Let me have a friendly call. As I am prepared to offer the public a Select Stock ot CLOTHIN FURNISHING GSGIS, Hats, Caps, TRUNKS, VALISES, Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes, lower figures than any house in this city, BUT CASH ONLY TVILL BUY THEM CHEAP. I can prove, having been here twelve years In business, that I never misrep resented my goods, but have given to all full value for their money. Orders for Custom Suits, Dusters, Ul sters and Summer Capes, promptly filled. J. H April 13f 1876, WEIL. Pittsburg aai Olmclaaatl See lar Packet.. ANDES CHAS. MUHLEJCAN, Master. ED. anJIILEMAN, Clerk. First Sapome to the Call of Hard Timet! Fare to Cincinnati Reduced to THREE DOLLARS! r T3 ft Passes Gallipolis every anH. Wednesday evening, for Cincinnati, and every Saturday evening for Pittsburgh. The Andes has just been completely repaired and repainted, and is in first class couditlou iu every particular.' Jan. 7, 1874. WHOLESALE GROCERS. HEXKING, ALLEM0SG & CO., Wholesale Grocers AND DEALERS IN Produce, Provisions and Liquors, GALLIPOLIS, - - - - OHIO. Jan. la. 1S7C ly A. B. Clark. A. S. Clark. J. C. Kerr. A. B. & A. R. CLARK & CO., (Successors to A. B. CLARK & BRO.,) Wholesale Grocers AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, o. 30 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. January 1, 1S73. ly 5 n Ss9ftPer ,,lly a' home. Samples Trortn 50 tU P-U $t free. STINSOX CO., Port lanJ, Maine. I Jlarch 18, 180. ly. Dyes! DyesI Logwood, Madder, Indigo, Cudbear, Blue Vitriol, Alum, &c. For sale at S ANNS' DRUG STOKE. May 7, ISU. DRUGS, ETC. a old 11 CENTENNIAL a Drug Store, R GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. "J Dye Stuffs, Paints, W 0ils, Tarnishes, Patent jMcdicincs, Clioice Liquors, M Toilet Articles, o FANCY GOODS, v JD DltUOOIHTs' SUNDUIES, JtS 9 F.VERYTIIIXG! JgJ PRESCRIPTIONS!! S Jan. 13, 187C ly FURNITURE. JAMI-.S 11ATKWOOD. W. O. FULLEIt. w.M. siioiiki:. J. C. HtrrSINflLLER. T. K. I1AVWARD. GATEWOOD, FULLER & CO., MANUFACTUKKRS OF Jan 20, 1873. EDUCATIONAL. SCHOOL EXAMINERS' NOTICE. npiIE Board of School Examiners of JL Gallia county, O., will meet at the union School building, 4th street, in the city of Gallipolis, the first Saturday in each month, and also the third Saturday of the months of March, April, May, June, September, October and Novem ber, at 10 o'clock A. 31., for the exami nation of applicants for Teachers' Cer tificates. E. E. SPALDING, E. Y. CHASE, W. MITCHELL, Cl'k. Examiners. Jan. 11. 1873. tf Crawford House, COR. SIXTH AND WALNur3TnttT0r CINCINNATI. FRANK J. 0AKES, : Proprietor July 22, 1875. WHY ABE THE - XHAD&MABK, The Best Coal Cook Stoves? the mm tconomicai. Comment, Glear.lv. Durable. SiiM. 1tIm aad sriess o ist every ose. E tsrs aad aak yssr dealsr fer ft MONITOR m. RESOR & C0., CfKiMat), 0.' l'or Sale by HUTCHINSON 4f BALDRIDGE, Gallipolis, Ohio. Feb,17,18?8,-ly r fCT BAKERY ;rAJH Confectionery. B. W. PERSIN8ER JOULD Inform tha public that on SPRUCE STREET, Near Jlollohan & Gardner's Store, He has opened a room and supplied It with all that families may need In tha line of Bread, Cakes, &c, and fresh at all times. PRICES REASONABLE, and prompt attention given to all orders, and SGoods delivered at any point In the city. Sept. 2, 1875. ly MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. ORGANS ON TIME! PERSONS of moderate Income, and those whose means arc tied up In business, can by this system of Easy Monthly Payments, purchase and pay for an Organ or Mclodeou and nerer miss the money; whereas, it might be quite impossible for them to pay the full cash value at onee. AND 0 CO o cn 2 z r- Manufactured at Concord, X. II., is now acknowledged by our best Musician to exceed in some important points any other manufactured. These Organs can lie seen at the Store of Fiiamokk Bito'.s, Gallipolis, O. Price Listsaiul Schedule of Rates of Payment furnished on ap plication. II. C. SUMMERS, Pine Grove, O., Sole Agent for Gallia County, O., VT. Va., and Kentucky. Porter, Pine Grove P. O. Aug. 20, 1871. Al OA DAT at home. Accnts wanted. Ontflt 1 anil terms tree. TUHK & C( Auiita. Maine. tMurcb JG, lST3.-ly Estey Organs. 31.. JP. LVGTJET" 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 in use. Call at the Drug Store of L. P. Magnet & Son, or address L. P. MACTET, GALLIPOLIS, O. 24, 137G. 3m Feb. SKNI) 25c.lo R. P. KOWKLI. A CO..Xew VorS. fur Pamnhlet of 100 naires. coiitjluiusr llstof S00O newspapers, and estimates showing cost or auveru.iug. lAiarcn lb. I3,i. ly GROCERIES, &C. CHARLES SEMON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Groceries, Confeclionaries, Provision, &c, COURT ST., BET. SECOND & TniRD, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, Respectfullvasks the citizens of Gallipo lis to call at his establishment and exam ine his stock of GROCERIES, Consisting of all articles to be found in a PA3IILY GROCERY STORE. My stock of CONFECTIONERIES are large and complete; such as Candies, Cakes, Nuts, Fruits, &c. By strict attention to business. Eellin? at small profits, I hope 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 ol all kind wanted, for which the highest market price will bo paid. C. SEMON. OYSTERS! pRESH OYSTERS just received, at S. GOETJZ'. CORNER OFGKmr STREET3. The very best quality of FRESH OYS- ITERS are received by Mr. Goktz every morning. Thl3 Is the nlace. - S. GOETZ. Nov. 5, 1874. tf PLANING MILL. Fr mi Architects and Builders, Manufactarers of DOORS, SASHrBLINDS, WIITUOW AKD DOOR FRAMES, AND MOLDINGS OF ALL KINDS Alao Dealers in PLANED AND ROUGH LUMBER. ty Orders solicited. Third Stree be Ween Lxinst and Cedar, GALLIPOLIS, -OHIO. Feb. 15. 1872. DYE HOUSE: iUtilisbed 1333. Sreaes. iHawls. tnks and clothlmr. cteaaedordjBdwiUi tlsfi lustre sua GfnewsocbU. Bsimsnts rerrad froia distance wm be returned tree of Sxpress freight one wsy when tha charge delsc asumsu to S3. Write far Trice XJav.