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GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 1, 1876. The Onicial Paper ot Gallia County! Circulation, 1500. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. B. B. Stevens, Vegetine. ,' Bofiert T. Carter, Legal Xotice. Johnston Co., Printers' Depot. Howard Association, Happy Belief.. Centreeille National Bank, Beport. Hampton Kelson, Law Card. J. M. Kerr Co., To Farmers. I Weather Report. Week ending Monday, May 29, 1870 Tuesdav..47" C4' 50" 52.75 Fair Wed ... .nt 74 l - 62.00 Fiilr Tlmrs-. .59 73 f4 Cd.oo Crdy Frl......6l 80 6J oo..- Fair gt C5 82 68 70.,o CI dy .11111 wt.it. VOTI Mmi fi Sfi fi7 79 0(1 riaar Average temperature for the week,64.3(, Moon's phase, first quarter, 30 d, J2 li. 16 m.. morninsr. I I T. N. WILSON. feu A new law firm Hampton k Ncl son sec card. . . The Agricultural Fair premium list may be found on the fourth page, . Judge Bradburv went on the bench Monday, and will finish the present term. Judse Knowles has gone to Marietta to hold court. Let there be a large and general attendance at the Republican mass meeting Saturday. . . Capt. E. S. Alesiiire returned from business, trip to rittshnrw. Friday morning. , - Owino to ill health Col. J. Ri Hot will be nnable to visit this city ac cording to announcement . . . "Observek" could have had the privilege l'to say a few words" had lie sent us his name. Dan Rice and his trained animals on Saturday. Fill his canvass. The Deletombe building bplow P.am.ey & RiDENODR'a store has been I fitted up for the accommodation of I .Ta.bott & Co.. who have removed -, thefl? hardware store thither. f '' - Several cases of petty thieving i in the' city during the past week. -. Stables have been visited and brush--- es. curry-combs, etc., have been stolen. -V John, aged eighteen months, son of I Wit. H. Baer, formerly of our city, fell into a cistern at Brush Creek, Ky the other day, and was either drowned, or killed by the fall. A lively squad of the boys went before Jadge Knowles, Saturday evening, and plead guilty to- gam bling. -JChe court fined them $5 each. Jitdoe Ledlie, of Meigs county, was in the city on Saturday. Time has dealt gently with him. He looks almost as young and active as a boy. He .ought to live always. C . rftfcchool children will be out in attend Dan Rice's show. ht. Dan, in his prosperous l1 of his means to educate pd, m1 now It is proper Xiiey should remember him. fiSRAND testimonial concert to iyannatta, wasf given at 'fike's House, Cincinnati, Thursday (ng. Miss Fannie IIeisner, of 'city, was one of the singers. . , . A deadened hickory tree fell one fy last, week and killed a yoke of tie for Col. Montgomery, in Ohio knshipviv ;The Sheriff and. deputies spent jiursday in arresting sinners and jlging them in jail. They were early all bailed out on Friday and Saturday. The smoke-house of Mr. E. N. Ridqwat. Raccoon township, was opened with a crow-bar, one night last week, and his meat lugged off. Cook's show showed here on Thurs day, to two very small crowds. It was voted about sixth class. ! ' The members of the Methodist Church of this city hope to have their church finished and the dedica tion to take place on the last Sunday in June. Virgie Lee will be the name of Capt. Reynold's new boat for Kana wha, now being built at Madison, Ind. The Forresters will celebrate their second anniversary in this city on the 17th inst The Middleport For resters will be down. A darket attracted crowds here last week by his complete imitation of steamboat noises, such, jas steam escaping, whistling, etc The Chesapeake is on the docks at Middleport, and the Rankin is in her place. Gallia countyls'quota in the Athens Insane Asylum is fulL ' i . m ... The little steamer Clara has en tered the Gallipolis and Buffalo trade against the Tom Hackney. ; Obeelin M. Carter and Jakes B. Aleshire, onr West Point Cadets, are in the same class. They enter the Fourth or Freshman class Sept 1st The whole garrison will start Jo tb,e Centennialon the 28th of June, Jo remain three weeks, - F 7 1 P. tiff ed of bers J and and ias. for 7 men their their for fput be sale. for at ly. ' not Court Report. The Grand Jury came into court on Thuisdav and-reported that the had found hills of indictment as fol " lows: One! against John White shootinsr with intent to kill and also to wound, one against Jacob for horse stealing, one against George W. Vjneyand James Dicker- sob top errand Jarceny, one against Ulysses -M. Radervfor assaults and batter,' one against - CuariM r ry for samej one against Jeremiah Coates for same, and one against same, Gomer Thomas for disturbing reh- - . . . T? f gious meeting, ruiy-iour witnesses were before the Grand Jury. The following is their jail report: We have visited the county iail. and examined its state and condition. and inquired into the discipline and treatment of the prisoners confined tljereiu, their habits, diet and acconi motiauons, anci louna tue same in good order and apparently well kept. and in as good state and condition as the circumstances of the building :ll I i . !:... t " pciiuifc, ucm u uu tuiuuiuuii, as ui 'he discipline, healthfnlness, diet or accommodations .01 ines- iirisouers: found that the rules prescribed for regulation and keeping of said jail have been faithfully kept and on served, C D. Fillmore's adm'r de bonis non .v. Jeremiahs Coates. Juds ment for plaintiff of $177.04. Eliza tLanifcert vs. Zach Hale. Bastardy. Dismissed for want of prosecution. Almira Canterbury vs. Franklin Lewis.'; Plaintiff dismissed her action. Mary A.. Davis vs.-Charles Grim. Error. Judgment of Justice of the Peace affirmed with costs. Charles A. Clendinen vs. S. M. V- l.Wm. Griffith, Jr. Set tled. Ayere to pay the costs. In the case of the Trustees of Ohio township vs. Matthew Mooney, the failed to agree. Lockard, Iceland fc Co. vs. J. Hunter Carter. Judgment for plain of $505. Josephus C. . Mathews granted tavern license in Vinton. ' Mary E. Benson vs. Caleb E. Caldwell. Bastardy. Bond forfeit- and respited. Charles Fox v. Win. Griffith, Jr. Judgment for plaintiff of $2,271.20. L.. L.- Ellsworth vs. Washington Reifsnyder. Judgment for plaintiff $2,080.43. - Wm. Walker vs. Albert Cham and others." Sale confirmed and ordered. N. P. Fenner vs. E. fe J. Betz. Judgment for plaintiff of $20.63, Clarinda Bell, assignee of W. S. L. G. Thorniley, administrator of Win. Morton, deceaeed, vs. James Henshaw and James Campbell. udgment for plaintiff of $201. David Y. Smithers. ' vs. G. W. Isaminjier audN. P. Fenuer. Judg for plaintiff of $284. Isabel B. Stewart vs. Richard Langley and otllws confirmed deed ordered. VV " Ransom Maxon vs. Nancy Maxon, executrix aud legatee of Hiram Maxon, deceased. Judgment for de fendant for costs. Notice of appeal; bond $100. The Gallipolis B. L. A. vs. Thos. A. King and wife. - Settled costs paid. . . " Ida Kooutz vs. Benjamin Matth Bastardy. Judgment of $500 plaintiff. - " Piercall and Jordan, the two sent up from Swan Creek for stealing shoes out of Mr. Tro bridge's store, finished working out fines last week, and the High Sheriff gave them a quarter to pay ferriage and they "cut sticks" West Va. -Another prisoner at on the streets , escaped last week; Messrs. R. Aleshire & Co. have e4 wheel in their mill, a new which worksike a charm The land around the Brewery will divided into lots when ready for Parties can be on the look out building cites, r 1 The bridge on the Qallipolis and Vinton road, beyond Mr. A. P. Rodgers' has been repaired, and par ties are coming to the city by the old route. The papers in the case of the State t. Erwis were returned on Saturday. We have heard of no de cision by the Supreme Court on the petition in error. They all went up to George's Creek on Saturday and swung their brogans. . The Republican Mass Convention meets at the Court House, Saturday, 1 o'clock, sharp. Old wheat is coming in quite free Much of it is of the crop of 1874. ...... , ... . Mr. Lud. Langlet sent up a bal loon Friday evening, and the Naomi Band furnished excellent music. The machinery of -the Langley mill'was loaded on canal barges, last week, an4 on Saturday 'night the Ga zelle towed them to Portsmouth. . Balloon ascension from the Pub lic Square, Friday evening, at 7 o'clock sharp; music : by the Naomi Band. That tinder-box at the corner of Second and Court streets was the cause of an alarm of fire Tuesday evening. The Fire Department re sponded auickly, btjt its services were needed. I .Tiis ware house of Mr. G. B. Lit for Malonejtbe building 'on fire; : Things were, Itle, at Sprinkle's Mill, this county, vi was struck by lightning, one nijdit I - last week. A keg of powder therein j exploded, but even this, in connec tion with tue ligntamg, failed to set however, scattered around promiscu jously.. The loss will be about $500. lucre was no insurance on tiieonil ding. The narrow escape of the to ui uesimcuon or me bmiaing may I be looked upon 83 providential The number of tax-payers iu Gal lia County is 5075, one in five and a fraction of the population, as fol lows: Cheshire .. . Huntington. .....390 .....380 .....370 .....340 ...... 33 . ...310 .....290 .....300 Springfield. Walnut..,.., Raccoon Green Morgan Perry. . I , , I UrreeUIIUUl ....250 ....320 ..230 Gnynn, Oliio . . Harrison . . . ... ....275 ....295 ....110 ....C00 ....280 Clay. Gallipolis " City Addison . . . - (5075 Cheshire pays the most tax; fetifen comes next. Addison, with only 280 tax-paj'crs, comes third in the list. Raccoon ranks fourth. ; The Convention, Saturday, besides other duties it will have to perform, will be the selection of fifteen Judi cial delegates, to attend a Judicial Convention hereafter to be called, to put in nomination a Common Pleas uJjvnlai.'nf Judge Bradburv, whose, term of service expires-mis falL The Episcopal Mite. Society will meet at the -Uolian Club Room, Wednesday evening, May 31st. Ad mission 10 cents. Weleotn?, every body.'' There will be a meeting of the Alumni of Gallipolis High .School, at Union School Hall, Thursdaj', June 1st, at 74 P. M. ... By order of the President .Mr. James Cueuingtox died at his residence near Rodney, Thurs day evening, of infiamation of the bowels, about one week after he had been operated upon for strangulated hernia. Mr. Ira Kinder, of Fruit Hill Farm, favored us with a mess of sweet peas, Tuesday morning. Mr. K. as a gardener is a success. Watch for his wagon, 3e who desire fresh vegeta bles. There will be a Festival held at E. Betz's Hall, on Wednesday even ing, May 31st proceeds to be devo ted to the purchase of a library for the Mill Creek Sabbath School, late ly organized. All are cordially in vited to attend. Admittance ten cents. Col. R. Cowden, Cor. Sec, S. S. Union, addressed a union meeting of our city congregations, at the Pres byterian Church, Sunday evening, in behalf of organizing County and Ward or township auxiliary Unions in all portion.. 'of the . State, and through these1" o put a Sabbath School within the reach of every person in Ohio. -The attendance was large and the services interesting. A committee, consisting of Messrs. S. Y. Wasson, J. II. Evans, H. N. Ford, W. B. Guthrie, D. W. Davies aud T. N. Ford, was appointed to take the preliminary stops towards effect ing a Uounty organization, select ot- ficers, etc., and report at a subsequent meeting of the friends of the cause. are Its all f)You will find the best White Lead aud Linseed Oil at J. M. KERR & CO.'S. 5IQSES COMES AGAIN. This time he hasn't any $6.50 suits that he is selling for $4.30, but he is selling a whole raft of goods that will cover a man's body, for less than wholesale prices, and if that will give you a $0.50 suit for $3.50, yon shall most assuredly have it. Don't spend a dollar until you have priced his New Stock, just arriving, and arc con vinced that you can and will save from one to five dollars on every suit you buy of him. Come, everybody! I will not be un dersold. Cheap, is my motto, and cheap it shall be. us Jane 1, 1876. M. MOSES. EYE, ; EAR AND DEFORMITIES- One or more of the Surgeons of the Central Surgical Isfibscabt, of Indianapolis, Ind., will visit GALLI POLIS, professionally, at the DafOuT Iloasc, Wednesday and Thnrs day, June 11th and 15th. Ail af flicted with any disease of the Eye or Ear, Catarrh, Cross Eyes, Club -Foot, Spinal Curvature, Fistula in A no, Piles, Epilepsy and Chronic Diseases can consult them free of charge. Artificial Eyes inserted. Bemember the dates, ' June 1, 187C 2w XffSash, Doors,. Blinds, Putty, Glass, at J. M. Kerr & Co.'s. ' cheaper than any place in town. june 1 '-'' - . - - - " ' (XF'K fineselectioD of Sheet Mu sic at McBridb's Music Store. ffCountry stores and Fed dlers do well to, bay Jfotlons at (1. M. MLLM0RE & CO'S. April 13, '75. 3m' Co. in A of on to Business Notices. ATTEniOY, LADIES! . - I have just received a full line Ladies'. Linen Salts, ParasoA Fans and Kid Gloves. . Also, Linen and Grass CIolu the piece with Trimmings to match. All of which will be sold at popular prices. fGras3 Cloth Over Suits low as $1 25 F. M. HOLLO WAY, ; Junel, lS76.J GaHipalis, Ohio! The well known tobacco manufac turers, Messrs. W. & F. S. Phillips, of Henry county, Va., will soon be in market with a new stock of their choice chewing tobacco. They write us that they have purchased a large stock of Henry Connty leaf, the best that is grown, and their manufactory is now engaged iu working it riip. As in former years, they hoe topr! duce goods that will please JJieT friends and customers. So wait ftr Phillips' brand. June 1, 1876-Sw MOST. KXTirAOUUlNAUl XOTICK. ; . ; On account of specie tfesuniption A. MOdl did not go east fori&he purpose of buying a large stock of ready made Clothing, as others have done, as he expected a decline in goods, and buying in. small quanti ties, so he has no high priced goods on hands, he therefore has the ad vantage over the others, and can sell his $G.50 suits for $1.50, $i) suits for $7, $12 suits for $9, $15 suits for $11, his best $20 suits for $11.00. Don't Rpcud a dollar for Clothing until yoir have convinced yoftrsclf of the truth of my statement, besides I will trust you until after harvest, these prices, or will allow you 5 per cent, off for cash. MOCII will not be undersold by anybody here in hi3 line. Shoueu's Block, Public Square. May 25, 1870. 4t .5flrPriats and Masllns are not sold cheaper than at C. M. FILL MORE & CO'S. May lS.'7(i.-4m m SPBISG STYLES. Miss IIattik Andrews lias just re turned from the city with a choice fashionable line of MILJJLNEltY GOODS, the very' l'itest styles and patterns, They will be sold to suit the de mands of economy. Cull and examine. IB! TIN-STORE !?B Job-work and repairing done prompt lyat A. li. CHASE'S. Feb. 10, 1S7U. . fffPianos and Organs tuned promptly. Call at McIiiiiuk'u-Music Store. TRY IT! HASS EXPECTOK.WT-The Oreat Itemedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. WH1 Cure, and of when apparently hopeless. We do not iiie.-m to say, that when the Lungs destroyed any medicine can create them anew. But we do say, that If person has a Violent Cough, Xight Sweats, Creeping Chills, is confined to bed, a cure may bo effected. One bottle may not complete the work, but if the patient continues the use of the 'Expec torant, taking it regularly, relief will soon be obtained, and a Cure made. Haas' Expectorant is Pckkly Vkok taule. Safe aud pleasant to take. And extraordinary virtues make.lt the Best Medicine for Pulmonary Com plaints extant. Try it! prick 50 cents, Sold by all Druggists. What General lieilsiiyrier Says: J. B. Daniel & Co. Trenton, X. J. Thar Sirs: I have used Haas' Expec torant in my family for 30 year, ami having the experience of knowini; its great merits, do gladly recommend ic to sullerers with those distressing com plaints, for which it Is intended. W. REIFJSNTDER. Gallipolis, Ohio, Nov. 2(th, 1875. For sale by Kkrr & Bro., JIaouet & J. & P. A. Sanns, Katiiburn & Co. J. L. Hayward, and deulrra overy wuere. I Dec. :W, '75.-tf, ' A Fact Worth Knowing. ' re yoq siitjertiig with Consumption, Coughs, Severe Colds settled on the Breast, or any disoase of the Throat Lungs? "If so go to your Druggist get a bottle of Boschek's German Syrup. This medicine has lately been introduced from Germany, and is sell ing on its own merits. The people are going wild over its success, and Drug gists all over our country nre writing of its wonderful cures among their customers. If you wish to try Its su perior virtuo, got a Sample Bottle for 10 cents. Large size bottle 75 cents. Three doses will relieve any case. Try it. . 1 TINSTORE 76! A. R.CHASE HAS removed to the new JStore on Second Street, between TalbottiSi and Jas. Vanden fc Son's. The beat assortment of the city, at the LOWEST BATES. r Qre,at Bargain in a Second. Iianl Piano! Manufactured by Light & Co., one the best make iu the Union. The subscriber having no need for the in strument, wishes to sell it I can make the terms easy. Please call at the resideace of .Richard Langley, and they will be pleased to shew you the . Piano. . Or the subscriber, and he will give you all the , parUcqlarai, ,Any nej wishbgtabuY cannot do better than purchase H.' B. BRAY, a ; April '27, 1876. '" i as : : j of Wait for the World-renown SHOWMAN, DAM RICE. He will exhibit his new and celebrated . AOTAL SHOW ' . IN GaHuJoJis, Saturday, June 3d. First appearau- of the thorougliljred Ammnn iiorse "NETTLl'V: ine Chanipiou Leaping Horse of the World, in liis srrcat " "LEAP FOR I.IFK." '. Urst appearance of MOXS. PAUL'S lroupe or , BDUCATEU 1IE.VRS! h hose traly woinlTful performances have astonfrkeil all behnhlers. infro- tlucing the reat reaiistiy Bi-ar fiirht Imv tween the Nlousienr and the Mammoth Bear, Samson." The Herd of WIL1 ItUONCHOS, In new Features and Specialties. "OZARK," The Greatest trick Mule iu America. A Itegiilur Military. Drill, , By Couiitanv of Horses. 1 The Comicfil Equestrian Goats. "SIXBAD 'AXD SEBASTIAN," otll6rseWai'.y.'.'r,.,.v,'uble Act The World-reuow ned Blind Horse, KXCICLSIOK. OLD DAN RICK, America's greatest Wit and Humorist, will preside tc.-u-h unu eveix eiitertaiiuiient. JIEMEMBEU. this ia no clieap Circus or catchpeniiy Jlciiagene, but an Exhi liitinn of SCIENCE, MERIT-AND WORTH, Where each and everv one mav be bene fited, and the onlyixiiihilion of tlic kind l.N TIIK mKT,I. Cg"TWO GRAND PERKORMANCES DAILY, rain or shine, under our new watur-prool pavilion, with seats for all. Doors open at 1 and 7 o'cl'k P. 51. prices of admission will be Children under 12 years, 50 cents. 25 cents. A few Reserved scats 25 cents extra. May 25, 1S7C. fe)S i s TOPS , SIMPLE j TfiV m COKEYGIASS MFGCQ MFffS WINDOW GIASS.BOTTlES &C. PHHADCLPHIA May IS, 1870. m, otm, t5in 1876. WHERE A0W? 1876. To MICniGAN, one of the foremost. flourishing and healthy States ! WHAT FOR? , To buy a FARM out of the ;- .' One Million Acres of fine farming lauds for sale by the GRAND KAl'IDS & INDIANA R. R. Strong Soils. Ready Markets. Sure Crops. Good Schools. R. R.' runs through centre of. grant. Settlements all along. All kinds of Products raised. Plenty of water, timber and' building materials. Price from $ 1 to $10 per acre : one-fourth down, balance on time. Ej?ronu for illustrated pamphlet, full of facts and figures, and be convinced. Address . W. A. HOWARD, Comm'r, Grand Rapids, Mich. P. R. L. PEIRCE.Sec'y Laud Dep't. March 9, 1876. 13w-eow WOOL CARD1XG AXD SPLV NOG, AT VINTON. . . . . THE snbscribers are again' ready to receive Wool to caao mo Spin all numbers for 17 cents per pound, . :; , -We also guarantee all work to be done in the best order. All kinds, ftf Produce," in addition c foiil, taken at highest market price for work. ; SHACK & HAMILTON. ' i . - May 18, 1S76. 2m GLASS li-BiUl n ilCV' m-n. ,t :.,"jm TJ in 1 FWHXUII WSTrfLTE '. ggsr sriet S I DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, &C., IN GREAT VARIETY. " .-.a .... ml emimgs iave just returned from NEW YORK CITY, with Most .Complete Ever brought to this City, and, at Prices that DBESS GOODS, U Chevoita.: Checks, Cottonades, Jeans and Cassimeres in immense nnantiH-- Kid Gloves for Blearhediitnd ttronn niilin. riiir. b;...,j. of the best cmalitv and at . . r ? Li:,.,., ; Don't .Glass and Opposite my Dry Goods Store, where every thing can be in nirgesc An extensive, line of TABLE CUTLERY, Lamps and fiCOUNTRYPRODLTREtaVarttievnl, E-EnyCEdlg!! ' -THE Tffirfl Street, one doorvabove Ales&ire's Stocks of General Merchandise every hand: Jacconet Edsrinars. nf iPrr ii-... 7 -m- m m j . mmm mm u f . A Large Assortment of Ladies' Linen Suits, Ranging from " ROOTQ QTTrmSS TTmcs a. - thelowosf. fjo-ni-s- ; - UKOCEHILS iu great variety, cheap as the c heapest. forget the Wholesale and" Retail Queenswafe Department, ul,as DISH, or from a SAUCEli up to the fanest FRENCH CUlIfA.Snt. . ' tA1f an(1 hundreds of things AIL remember, at tbe Lowest : v..v.,ii.i,v nn aiiiiiB CMAESIiES MACE'S;. one of the largest and Defy Competition! PILES: -j, --- ' l to H; ' f found" from a SALT CELLAR Lanm Fixtures- . too numerous to mention: Prices- ui iiiiiiis. : i. niif it Nrni'pu ur PLACE, Mill, GaltM"il U?0 TB J TO THE - v . . WeU-kiMMvii Wholesaled We have just returned Boots, Shoes, at prices much less in nearly every article in our lijyvthan the same'Gooi c4ii, have been lH)usht before the war. We have the greatest variety of Ladies'. Misses' and 'Children's line Shoes. patterns, ever before brought to this Market. CUSTOM "WORK. Our Custom Work is equaled by no other House on the Oiiio River, for style qual ity and durability. We warrant every pair of our custom made Shoes as represented, and will make good at any time, any defect in them to the justice and satisfaction of the purchaser. We have three grades of Custom hand-made. Calf Boots, for men, which are two or t.iiree dollars per. pair less, AVe shall continue, as we commenced, to Retail all of our Goods at Wholesale Prices fiOash! Wo invite the Public to call and examine our StoclChcfore purchasing elsewhere. BAILEY k RIDENOUR. March 30, 187G. Smm - BAES IN THE FlTJEIilB) AD With the largest, fullest, complctest, best selected and cheapest t If 0 Ever brouirlit to GALLIPOLIS. He defies competition, sold, and invites everybody, Grangers and Middlemen included, to call and see his i&ji&i>Ti. siFiRinsra- stock:, Bought with ready money, and to be sold at the very lowest notch possible. Small Profits and Quick Sales. Call Special attention to our own Manufacture. JOHN BAGES. April 13, 1876. US. A1SI) SHOES, HATS AND . ma RESEAT . r. from the Eastern Market, with the largest Stock of Hats' andStraw Goods Gaiters and Slippers of the man at any other i louse. FULLY EQUIPPED 1 ;i!nl early and often. CALST latest improved styles and denies that he will be under J. : llllltTMtt IB J. L. McLkan. F.A.GoTHRnt.i McLEAN & GUTHRIE, , Attorneys-at-Law, Winfleld, Pntnain Connty, West Va. Practice hi Fntnam and adjoint counties. All business entrusted tK them willTeeeive promjjt attention. : March 30. 1876. Ir Bug-gf esjor , Sale. I HAVE Buggies and Spring Wagons for sale ok exchange for Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Ac. Call at Vinton, Ohio. The best of bargains offered, r. w. w ; BlTrLlvKi ' - VliUon, Oiijp. April 20, l?73.-Tiaos - ime is" Money; Economy is Wealth! Farmers' Friend Grain Drill, Malta ShovePlows, Pittsburgh Plows and Points, ' Mowers and Reapers, Churns, Cook Stoves, Ac., ' HARDWABEr endless varietj', at prices lower than - ever;. ; ' - ' " TauoTT a; gom May U,1S7C. Good Stock. I WILL be glad to show the fine-bred Horse, GEO. M. PATCHED, to the farmers of this Tieinity. For farm and speed he can not be excelled ; the size, weight and color are In bis fa vorbright bnr, I6,'i hands high, weight over twelve hundred pounds; a good stepper in harness. If any doubt his moving qualities I would be glad t eonvince theiu that what 1 say is s. Horsemen should raise .horses for profit. A good horse of fine appearance will al ways sell, and this renders it important to give attention to good breeding; and this horse comes to us with a pedigree that can net be disputed. This stallion can be seen at W. H. McCORMICK'S Stable, during the sea son, in Oallipolis. 1 April 6, 187G. 2m .