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PREMIUM LIST
PREMIUM LIST-AND-
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
RULES AND REGULATIONS.-OF THE-
Twenty-first Annual
Twenty-first Annual FAIR
Twenty-first Annual FAIR-OF THE-
GALLIA COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
To be held on their Grounds, at
Gallipolis, O.,
On Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday,
September 27th, 28th and 29th.
ENTRY BOOK 1.
Roadsters.
Form. size, etvle, endurance and ae
tion to be considered rattier than speed
for short distances.
v 1st M
' pre in. prera.
Stallion. 4 vears old and over 18 $1
do 3 rears old and under 4.. 5 3
do 2 years old and under 3.. 4 3
do 1 year old and under 2.. 3 2
Hare. 4 years old and oyer 4 2
do 3 years old and under 4. . . 3 2
do 2 years old aud under 3... 2 1
do 1 year old and under 2... 2 1
Sucking'filly... 2 '1
Gelding, 4 years old and over 4 2
do 3 years old and under 4. . 3 2
- do 2 years old and under 3. . 2 1
Sucking horse colt 2 1
Awarding Committee. Wm. Lind-
oey, Oscar Kowley, W. b. Newton.
ENTRY BOOK 2.
Horses for General Purposes.
Stallion, 4 years old and oyer.... $8
do ayearsoiaanciunaert.. o
JVJ 'year old and under 2.
ang horse colt
ire, 4 years old and oyer
v -vears old and under 4 . . .
,;iar8 old and under 3...
t . r vtxnt iiiu aim uuuci t - - "
3
2
4
3
3
2
2
4
3
nr lifand unper 2 . . .
yur.
Tidoyer. . . .
X oaony
fmick.
ex
Pair matcl '
' be exh
TTnrap nr
to be exhiCi
Pair horses f
without regaf
Horse or mare for
Horse, mare or zeV iig, trotti
in harness, milelfceats, brr
in 5, 3 to enter,2 t start;
horse to get either) premium '.
must beat 2:40 ... .......... .100
Horse, mare or gelding, pacing
in harness, mile heats, best 2
' in 3. 3 to enter. 2 to start 15
50
10
1
V a wire nreminins to fast hones open to all
V " JXt the entries for trotting and pacing ten per
mnt. on premium must oe paia on entrance.
Vjttinsr, open to horses in- the 4
fjCounty only. .f 10
&liod horse, premium to smith . . 2
Brood mare, with oue or more
of her colts 5 3
Awarding Committee. Lewis Lind
Y. Smithers, J. P. Aleshire?
ee 50 cents on all animals f.-
a - uUr . TI'Kio nnnlioG tf
Stalls and hay furnished to all ani
mals free. All animals to be owned by
crr.Eutw
f
..jl.
ENTRY BOOK 4.
Asses and Mules.
9
r
Jack, age considered $5
Mule, three years old or over. . . 3
do 2 years old and under 3. . 3
3
2
2
1
1
2
do 1 year old and under 2. . . 2
ticking mule colt 2
Pair mules, age considered 4
Awarding Committee. J. A. Mor
rison, John Pepple, C. S. Mills.
ENTRY BOOK 5.
Cattle.
do Det ween z and J years old . . 3
do between land 2 years old... 3
do calf 3
Cow, 3 years old and over 6
do between 2 and 3 years old . . 3
Heifer,between 2 and 3$''rs old.. 3
do 1 year old and under 2. . . 3
do calf 3 2
Awarding Committee. J. W. Steen-
J. W. Smith, W. H.
3!
?V
"
ENTRY BOOK 6.
ENTRY BOOK 6. Cattle--Sweepstakes.
Bult'any age)br breed
JBreeding cow, with 1 or more of
hjfe calves....
Ri5nocTtjearA old and over..
Yoltetif oxe.n, 3 y'rs old and over
Best herd of one bull and four
cows or heifers..i.. ..........
Awarding Committee. C. T. Beale,
"J. W. Stcenbergen, P. Gills.
ENTRY BOOK 7.
Sheep.
Short wool buck : . . .
Short wool ewe
Long wool buck
,40 ..ewe
Pair lambs ;
Three or more fat sheep
Awarding Uorannttee. E. K Wad-dell,
J. J. Blazer, J. W. McCormick.
ENTRY BOOK 8.
Swine.
To include all dark breeds.
Boar, over 2 years old $3 $1
do 1 year old and under 2 .... 2 1
Sow, over 2 years old 2 - 1
do 1 year old and under 2 ... 2 1
Five pigs under 6 months old . . 2 1
To include all white breeds.
Boar over 2 years old $3 1
do l.year old and under 2 2 1
Sow over 2 years old 3 1
do I year old and under 2 2 . 1
Five pigs under 6 months old. . 2 1
Sweepstakes.
Boar, any age or breed 5 0
Sow, any age or breed .5 0
Awardi ng Committee. G.W. Eagle,
John Kerns, J. M. Kerr.
ENTRY BOOK 9.
Poultry.
Pair Chickens any breed ....... 1
do White Leghorns 1
do Brown Leghorns l
do Dark Brahmas 1
do Light Brahmas.. ..:.T... 1
do Houdan 1
do Game.. 1
do Poland, white 1
do Poland, black 1
do Black Spanish , 1
do Docks, Silesian 1
do Ducks, Muscovy.... 1
do . Bronze Turkeys 1
do Geese .- 1
do Guinea fowls 1
do Peafowls 1
Display birds , . 1
Pair Buff Cochins 1
do White Cochins 1
do Partridge Cochins 1
- do Gray Dorkings 1
Best cock and 2 heus any breed.. 2
Awarding Committee. D. W, Da-vies,
C. G Kerr, A, S. Bing.
ENTRY BOOK 10.
Agricultural Implements and
Machinery.
Reaper and mower combined. .
3
S
6
Self-raker
Reaper
Mower
Thrashing-machine
Wire-tooth sulky hay-rake....
Revolving hay-rake
Hay-loading machine
Hay pitching apparatus
Field roller
Harrow ....
Plow for general use
Field hoe
Garden hoe
Cutting box
Beehive
Double shovel plow
Single do
One-horse plow
bide-bill oo
Fanning mill
Scr&pcr ....... .
Grain drill (two horse)
do (one horse)
Garden seed drill
Grass broadcast sewing-machine,
Corn planter (horse power). ..
Potato planter
Corn Cultivator (two horse)..
do (one horse)..
Corn shocking cutting machine
Clover seed harvester..
Grain binder
Lawn mower
Grain cradle
do rake....
Hay rake
Garden rake
Cider mill, for horse. .
do for hand..
Cane mill, for horse. .
Farm gate
Ox yoke
Mattock
Post bole digger
Potato digger
Corn shelter
Well pump
Cistern uumn
1
1
1
1
1
1
Greatest display of Agricultural im
plements by one exhibitor. .
Awarding f!dhimittee. Samuel
Rotheeb. G. W. Bine. J. S. Milling
ENTRY BOOK 11.
Household Implements.
Knitting machine..
Kewinir machine... I 2
Washins machine and wringer.. 1
Churn 1
Clothes-horse 1
( heese-nresa
Meal-Chen I
Cooking stove 2
Parlor do 2
Heatine do 2
Half-dozen brooms..
Awarding Committee, McCoy
W Daviea. Mf
JS Kino- . va
ENTRY BOOK 12.
Vehicles.
ly carriage $5
do
FafTn,,
Wagon :
Kri)rcss waffon 2
'buiiavT
Awarding Committee. D. R.
Schaffer, S. J. Kerr, W. C. Hayward,
ENTRY BOOK 13.
Manufactures.
Set carriage harness
Saddle aud bridle - JH-
Tilonlav tlnnar'a work - -
""H"" " . jS
An nninar'fl WOrlC.-C..
cooper's work. 1
do
do
do
do
do
do
dq,
do
do
do .
carpenter's worn l
cabinet woric
shoemaker's work
foundry work:
-tanner's and currier's work,
marble cutter's work, - - -painting
and graining, - -
dentiolry, . - - -blackRmithing,
-gunsuiithiug,
- - -
Awarding Committee. S. H. Gates,
James Gills, James Gate wood.
ENTRY BOOK 14.
Fine Arts.
Show of paiutinsrs. portraits and
drawings 5
Display steel engravings i
Photographic display i
Oil painting i
Chromo !
Water color painting :
Crayon sketch i
Pencil drawing :
Elevation and plan of house I
Awarding Committee S. Y. Was-
son, Airs. J. 1. lalbott, Alias bailie
HulberL
ENTRY BOOK 15.
Ornamental Work.
') shell work
I'V" leaf and flower work.
$1
2
no oeaii wora
do- fancy work 1
do feather work 2
do wax fruit 2
do wax flowers 2
Case hair work 2
Specimen netting 1
do crochet
Awarding Committee J. T. Tal
bott, Mrs. A. Vance, Mrs. J. E.
Mills.
ENTRY BOOK 16.
Ladies' Needle Work.
Piece ornamental werk
Ottoman cover
Embroidered collar
Braided work 1
Silk embroidery 1
Chenile embroidery
Sewing-machine work
Lamp mat.
White quilt
Work quilt. :
Silk quilt
Patch-work quilt
Variety of worsted work
Cotton counterpane
Pieced quilt
Display millinery
Specimen lace work ". 1
Bed quilt (quilted 1
on machine)..
Awarding Committee J. D. Bai
ley, Miss A. C. Bryan, Mrs. J. J.
Pool.
ENTRY BOOK 17.
Domestic Articles.
1 en yards home-made flannel. ...,$2 00
ieu yarue laciory 2 00
ren yarus nome-maue jeans 2 00
ion yards iactory jeans 2 00
Pair blankets '. j 00
Ten yards rag carpet . . j oo
Ten yards yarn carpet 3 oo
Five yards linen cloth 8 00
r ive yards or over, dressed flannel 2 00
Hearth rug 1 00
Coverlet 2 00
Pair woolen gloves 60
do do mittens, by hand 60
do do socks, by hand 60
do do stockings, by hand. .. 60
do cotton stockings, bv hand . . 50
Awarding Committee W. Y.
Miles, Miss Laura Keller, Mrs. F. M.
'
ENTRY BOOK 18.
Grains and Seeds.
Greatest varieties of grain and seed,
J bushel each fj
Half-bushel white wheat... 1
do red do 1
do oats 1
do corn 1
. do rye 1
do . barley
do buckwheat 1
do flax seed. ..; 1
Peck timothy seed 1
Peck clover seed . . .' 1
Greatest variety of corn, 6 ears each - 1
Articles of this class must be grown
by the exhibitor.
.
Awarding Committee S. G. Kel
ler, C. A. Guthrie, JS. S. NeaJ,
i
ENTRY BOOK 19.
Vegetables.
Three varieties potatoes, one peck
eacn, maricea ana uoeiea w
Half-bushel peach blow potatoes.
do early rose do
do late rose do
do Brown well do
do- Peerless do
do Harrison do
do Indiana prem. do
do sweet do
Peck tomatoes
tin mi Innl .......
Half-dozen cabbage - . 50
Greatest variety pumpams u
squashes, 3 each
Pumpkin
Melon -
Greatest variety of mellons, 3 each .
Half-peck peppers
do lima oeaus
do white beans
do
corn
beans 50
Specimen celery
do laoie turnips
do carrots, 12 in number . .
do table beets, 12 in number
do mangel wurzel, 12 in No
do parsnips, 12 in number. .
do czar Dlants. 3 in number.
HfuiHt warier- of field and srarden
vegetables, named aud labeled., a w
Awarding Committee J. J. Bing,
J. E. Robinson, C. H. McCormick.
ENTRY BOOK 20.
ENTRY BOOK 20. Fruits--Named and Labeled.
Greatest assortment of fruit, 6 each
bv one exhibitor t.i w
Greatest variety of apple, 6 each.. 1 00
Six aorta winter apples, 6 each 1 00
Six sorts fall applet, 6 eacn I uu
Half-busbel Rome beauties 60
do
russets oO
northern spy 50
bell flower 60
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Raru bo 60
Prior's red 60
wine sap 60
Ben Davis...... 50
Smith's cider 60
Dozen anv sort 60
Greatest variety peaches, 6 each. . . 1 00
Half-bushel neaches.slze aud ouall
tr considered 1 00
Dozen peaches 60
Greatest variety pears, 6 each 1 00
Dozen pears.. 60
Half-bushel quinces 1 00
Greatest variety grapes 1 00
Six bunches erapes 1 00
Pint monthly raspberries 60
Collection plums. 60
Awarding Committee J. H.
Guthrie. John Morton. Jonathan
Middleswarth.
ENTRY BOOK 20. Fruits--Named and Labeled. ENTRY BOOK 21.
Flowers.
, aplay flowers by one exhibitor.
do cut dahlias
Greatest variety of verbenas
do do of roses cut
do do of cut flowers 1
Display pot plants 1
tlo foliage plants
do asters
do geraniums...
do pansies
Winter boquets .,:',
Display boquets. . . '.T.
1
1
Hanging oasket.....
1
Floral ornaments 2
Awarding Committee A. P. Rod-
gers, Mrs. A. Dennis, Mrs. P. A
Sanns. '
ENTRY BOOK 22.
Bread, Cake & Dairy Products.
Pound cake 1
Sponge cake 2
Ornamental cake 2
Marble cake 2
Jelly cake 2
Fruit cake 2
Greatest variety air-tight fruits 3
do do jellies 2
do do pickles 2
dot do catsup . rrrr 2
do do preserves . . 2
do do jam 2
Five pounds, or over, honey in comb,
Ten . do do home-made cheese 1
Domestic bread 1
Brown bread 1
Corn bread 1
Rusk 1
Crackers 1
Five pounds of maple suear 1
Gallon of maple molasses 1
Gallon of sorghum molasses., 1
five pounds putter, made anytime.. 2
Ten pounds of lard 1
Baker's bread 1
Awarding Committee Wm. Nash,
Mrs. S. H. Gates, Mrs. C. A. Guth
rie.
ENTRY BOOK 23.
Miscellaneous Articles.
Awarding Committee A. A.
Lyon, K. C. Johnston, R. Coleman.
General Rules and Regulations.
will be
ready for receiving articles for exhibl
bition on Wednesday, September 27th,
at which time and uutil the end of the
exhibition, the hall and grounds will be
under charge or carerul and prudent
men both day and night. Every exer
tion will be used for the protection of
property on exhibition, but the Associa
tion will not be responsible for any loss
or damage that may occur.
2. The gates will be open every day
at 8 o'clock A. M at which time every
officer is expected to beat his post.
3. The exhibition will commence
precisely at 9 o'clock A. M., and will
continue until the programme of the
day is completed. At 12 o'clock there
will he an internnsslon or one hour for
dinner.
4. Entries can be made at any time
before the fair, and up to 10 o'clock on
Thursday, but no later, except entries
for fast driving, which can be made up
to 10 A. M., of the third day of the fair.
(A great ileal of time will be saved by
making entries before the Fair.)
o. Mo premium shall be awarded to
any stock or article, even should there
be no competition, unless the judges
shall deem such specially deserving.
6. Feed will be iurnixhed by the As
sociation without charge, to all stock
entered for .exhibition. But for stock
not exhibited, a charge of one dollar per
day each will be made for horses, and
fifty cents for cattle.
7. No person except owners of stock.
the judges, the ofticers of the Society,
marshals, reporters of the press, and
the necessary grooms will be allowed in
side the arena while stock is being ex
hibited. -
8. All grain, seeds, fruits, and other
vegetable productions, must be of the
1S7U crop, and raised oy the exhibitor,
9. No article exhibited in competi
tion shall be removed from the grounds
until the close of the Fair, without per
mission from the omcer in charge of the
department.
JO. Nomarks of ownership allowed
un armcies entered for exhibition un
111 alter awards are made, when sales
can be negotiated far ilolivorv th.
close of the Kair.
11. Entry cards will b fn
ocvicwry iu. uie utne entries are
made (showing the denartmnt
and number as entered at thn nm..
which must be attached to the article ex
hibited. 12. No person will be allowed to In.
teriere witnme judges, or attempt in
any way to influence their decision; In
all such cases the judges shall have
power to exclude the person so interfer
ing rrom exhibiting in uie class then be
ing judged.
is. Ho omnibus, carriage, hack, or
bnggy running for hire, shall enter the
grounds, butmuRt discharge and receive
passengers at the footman s gate.
14. No disorderly conduct -will be
permitted . a police will be on the
ground to prevent the same, and see that
good order and decorum are observed.
10. committeemen who have articles
on exhibition will be required to with-
uraw irom xne ueitoerations or such
committee when their swa articles are
being judgad.
IS. Judges are required not to give
encouragement, to over-fed animals, in
the breeding classes.
17. Animals exnibited as breeders
must show evidence of not being bar
ren. 18. All animals shown in the arena
must be bridled or haltered, so as to be
led or driven, except colts and calves
accompanying the dam.
l. Awarding committees will re
move the entry tickets from all animals
or articles taking premiums, and after
marking first or 2d premium thereon, as
eatitled, return it to the Secretary, so
he may make up nis books as fast as
judges decide.
20. Superintendents of departments
will assist exhibitors in making their
entries, and in placing and showing
their goods and stock.
21. No committee shall award any
discretionary premiums. When, how
ever, articles of merit, superior or val
uable in their character, are exhibited,
and which are entitled to special men
tion, the judges are desired to attach a
white rlbbou, and in this manner refer
them to the Directors.
ty Entries can be made at any time
a5 the office of the Secretary, near the
Court-house.
Terms of Admission.
Single tickets for adults, each day25cts.
Children 10 years 01 age and un
der, each day 10 cts.
Herse, horse and buggy, or horses
and wagon, each day 25 cts.
There will be no family or member
ship tickets sold.
Call at office of Secretary for pro
gramme of exhibition.
Officers of the Fair Grounds.
Marshal ". WM. LINDSEY.
Superintendent of Horses and Mules.
E. A. STONE.
Superintendent of Cattle,
ISAAC BOATMAN.
Superintendent of Sheep, Swine aud
Poultry D. Y. SMITHERS.
Superintendent of Machinery and Man
ufactures W. F. K ANNAN.
Superintendent of Fruits, Grains, Seeds,
and Vegetables J. E. MILLS
Superintendent of Halls,
S. H. GATES.
Superintendent of Track, '
WM. CHERINGTON.
Officers of Agricultural Society.
President C. D. BAILEY.
Vice President.... ISA AC BOATMAN
Secretary JOHN C. VANDEN
Treasurer J. J. POOL,
f E. A. STONE.
J. E. MILES.
S.:,F.'ifANXAN
WM. CHERINGTON
D. Y. SMITHERS.
Officers of Agricultural Society. June 1, 1876.
YEA
YEA
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CHEAP FOR CASH
PBICES SEDUCED
For Cash Only
Starch, 7 cents per lb,
Soda, 7
Hemp Seed, 10
Mixed Bird Seed. 15
Washing Blue, 2 boxes for 5 cts,
Baking Powders, 13 cents per box,
Concentrated Lye, 15 "
Ess. Peppermint, 45 doz.
Cinnamon,
45 "
10 cents
20 u
Fish Oil,
Pure Castor Oil,
per pint
You can make money by
buying at the
PIONEER DRUG STORE,
OF
tt MftGUET&SONv
March 16. 1876.-2m
COLUMBUS & HOCKING VALLEY
RAILROAD.
Short Line to the Lakes and
Northwest.
Two Express Trains
daily, (except
Sunday) as follows :
Depart,
Depart.
Athens
. B:3U A. M....l:2S P. M,
Arrive. Arrive,
. 8:23 a. v.. ..3:20 p. tt
Lancaster....
Zanesville
.10:45 " ....5:30 "
. 9:55 a. M... .4:55 p. M
Columbus....
Cleveland ....
. 3:10 p. m 7:05 a. m.
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Indianapolis .
Springfield....
Dayton
. 7:00 " ....2:20
.7:50
C :30 p. a
12:05 "
1:20 "
8:05 "
.6:00
.6:50
.7:55
p M
Toledo....
.6:35
A M
Direct connections made at Lancaster
for Circleville, Zanesville, and all points
on trie Cincinnati A Muskingum Valley
R. R., and at Columbus for all points
jjjastana weit.
No change of cars from Columbus
to Philadelphia, New York, Indianapo
lis ana cnicago.
W. A. MILLS, General Ticket Agent.
M.M.GREENE,
Jan. 21, 1875. ly President.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Railroad.
N and after Sunday, May 30. 1875.
. passenger trains will run as fol
lows
FROM HUNTINGTON.
Leave Huntington 9.45 A.M.
Arrive Charleston 11.59 "
Arrive Kanawha Falls 1.30 P.M,
" Hinton 4.45 "
" White Sulphur 6.35 "
" Alleghany 6.56 "
" Covington 7.40 "
" Mlllboro... 9.09
" Goshen 9.25
" Staunton 10.45 "
" Charlottesville ..12.20 A.M.
" Lynchburg 4.50 "
" Gordonsville 1.25 "
" Washington 6.33 "
Richmond 4.45 "
Trains stop at all regular stations be
tween Huntington and Alleghany, and
at Covington, Mlllboro, Goshen, Staun
ton, Greenwood, Charlottesville, Gor
donsville, Junction and Richmond.
Mall Train leaves White Sulphur dai
ly (except Sunday) at 5.35 A. M. for
Richmond and all intermediate stations.
Pullman sleeping cars run on night
trains between White Sulphur and Rich
mond. For further Information, rates. An..
apply to J. G. BRESLIN,
Agent at Huntington. '
CONWAY R. HOWARD,
G. P. A T. Ag't.
W. ST. 8. Dcsn. Eng. and Snn't of
Transportation.
4 one iu,
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: Uiieits.
The Quickest, Surest and Cheap
est Kennedies.
Physicians recommend, and Farriers
declare that no such remedies have ever
before been in use. Words are cheap,
but the proprietors of these articles will
present trial bottles to medical men,
gratis, as a guarantee of what they say.
The Centaur Liniment, White Wrap
per, will cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lum
bago, Sciatica, Caked Breasts, Sore Nip
ples, Frosted Feet, Chillblains, Swell
ings, Sprains, and any ordinary
FLESH, BONK OR MUSCLK AILMENT.
We make no pretense that this article
will cure Cancer, restore lost bones, or
give health to a whUky soaked carcass.
uut it will always reuuee inflammation
and allay pain.
It will extract the poison of bites and
stings, and heal burns or scalds with
out a scar. Palsy, Weak Bark, Caked
Breasts, Earache, Toothache, Itch and
Cutaneous Eruptions readily yield to its
treatment.
nenry Black, of Ada, Hardin Co.,
Ohio, says : "My wife has had rheuma
tism for five years no rest, no sleeii
could scarcely walk across the floor. She
is now completely cured by the use of
Centaur Liniment. We all feel thank
ful to you, and recommend your won
derful medicine to all our friends."
James Hurd, of Zanesville, O., says:
"The Centaur Liniment cured my Neu
ralgia." Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes:
"Send rac one dozen bottles by express,
The Liniment has saved my leg. 1 want
to distribute it, &c."
The sale of this Liniment is increasing
rapidly.
Tbe Yellow Centaur Liniment
is for the tough skin, flesh and muscles
or
HORSES, MDLKS AND ANIMALS.
We have never vet seen a case of Spav
in CmrAAnv Xf ..Kaii. W'l 1, .1 1 1
Scratches or Poll-Evil, which thisLin-
ve never saw but a few ca-es which it
would not cure. It will cure when any
thing can. It is folly to spend $20, fur
a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of
Centaur Liniment will do better. The
following Is a sample of the testimony
produced:
W. P. Hopkins, Postmaster, Piqua, O,
says:
"Centaur Liniment can't be beat. It
aires every time."
"Yelverton, O., March 2, 1874,
"The Centaur Liniments are the best
selling medicines we ever had. The
demand is very great for it, and we can
not anoru to oe without it.
"P. H. HISEY & SON
"Jefferson, Mo., Nov. 10, 1873.
"Some time ago I was shipping horses
to St. Louis. I got one badly crippled
in the car. With great difficulty I got
him to the stable. The stable-keeper
gave me a bottle of your Centaur Lini
ment, which I used with such success
that in two days the horse was active
and nearly well. I have been a vctinary
surgeon for thirty years, but your Lini
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'A. J. M'CARTY, Veterinary Surgeon.'
For a postage stamp we will mail a Cen
taur Almanac, containing hundreds of
certificates, from every State in the
Union. These Liniments are now sold
by all dealers in the country.
Laboratory of J. B. Rose & Co.,
46 Dey St, New York.
Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyan nis. Mass,
experimented in his private practice for
twenty years to produce a combination
that would have the properties of Cas-
tob oil witnoiit its unpleasant taste and
griping enect.
His preparation was sent for, near and
far, till finally he gave it the name of
Castona, and put it up for sale. It Is
very wonderful in its effects, pnrtlcn
larly with the disordered stomachs and
bowels of children, it assimilates tiik
food, cures sour stomach and wind col
ic, regulates the bowels, expels worms
and may he relied upon in croup.
As a pleasant, effective and perfectly
safk cathartic remedy It is superior to
Castor Oil, Cordials and Syrups. It does
not contain alcohol, and is adapted to
any age.
Ify regulating the stomach and bow
els Of CROSS AND SICKLY CHILDREN they
become good-natured and healthy.
They can enjoy sleep and mothers
have rest. The Castoria is put up at
the laboratory or J. a. Kose & Co,
46 Dey Street, New York.
March 30, 187B. I3w
101 DAY at home. A rents wanted. Outfit
Vf tod terms tree. TRUB CO., Augusta,
name. inarcu id, l trio. it
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever and Acue, Intermittent Fever,
Chill Fever, Bemittent Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fever, Ac.,
ana inaeeo au uie affections wnien arise
from malarious, naynh, or- miaamatio
poison.
No one remedy ia louder
called for by the necessities or
the American people tlian a
sure and safe cure for Fever
and Ague, hucn we are now
enabled to offer, with a perfect
certainty that it will eradicate
nie disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can arise
Irom it use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents this dis
order must be of immense service fn the com
munities where it prevails. Prevention is better
thar. cure, for the patient escapes the risk which
be laust run in violent attacks of this baleful dis
tan.oer. This "CURE" expels the miasmatic
poison oi fevkb ahd auuk rrom tne system,
and prevents the development of tbe disease, if
taken on tbe first approach of its nremonitorv
symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever
yet discovered tor tnis ciasa or complaints, but
also tbe cheapest. Tbe large quantity we sup
Dlv for a dollar brines it within the reach of
everybody; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and AoeiK prevails, everybody should
have it, and use tt freely, both for care and pro
tection. It is hoped this price will place it within
the reach of all the poor as well as the rich.
A great superiority or this remedy over any
other ever discovered for tbe speedy and certain
cure of Intermittente is, that it contains no Qui
nine or mineral, consequently it produces no
quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon
tne constitution, inose cured oy it are left at
iv il
healthv as if tbev had never had the disease.
Fever and Arue is not alone the consequence
of the miasmatic poison. A treat variety of dis
orders arise from iu Irritation, among which
are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache,
Blindness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Aetn-
Palpitation. ralnfui Affection of tbe Suleen.
Hysterics, raw nuw jjoweia, vwiic, rarairsis,
and derangement of the Stomach, all of which.
when originating in this cause, put on the in
termittent type, or Become periodical. This
"Curb" expels the poison from the blood, and
consequently cures them all alike. It ia an in
valuable protection to immigrants and person
travelling or temporarily residing in tbe mala
rious districts. If taken occasionally or daily
while exposed to the infection, that will be ex
ereted from the system, and cannot accumulate
in sufficient ouantitv to rinen into iiiMu
Hence it is even more valuable for protection
than care: and few will ever suffer from Inter.
n cur: ana lew wui ever euner rrom Inter,
tents If they avail themselves of tne protest
i this remedy affords.
or JAmr Comnlaint: ariainr from tnrnid.
mlttents u tne
tion
f or jAter uomptaint; arising rrom t
Kyof the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stim
ulating toe Liver into healthy activity, and pro.
dncing
many truly remarkable cures.
wnera
otoer
rXXTAXID XT
Dr. J C. AYER A CO., Lowell, Mas
PmetUml end AMtytUal Ctoasistss)
AST) SOLD ALL ROUND THK WORLD,
rSICB, $lQ PS9 BQTTJJC.
ana
41
a
m
Good
DROUILLARD BLOCK.
C D. KERR &
Wholesale and Retail
DRUG-QISTS
JOURNAL OFFICE.
4
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES.
'J
Commission Merchants,
AND DEALERS IN
Cutlery, tfwiius, &c,
Pittsburg Plows and points
Second St.,
August 19, 1875.
above Public Square.
f3
Manhood: How Lost, How
Restored!
TJST published, a new edition of Dr.
Culverv!ll s Celebrated H.s-
Sity on the radical cure (without nuMi-i-ine)
of Sfermatoukhika or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Somlnnl fHes,
Ihpote.n'cy, Mental and Physical Inoa
pneitv. Impediments to Marriage, etc.
also, CONSl'MHTION, El'ILEIMY .Slid KtS,
induced by self-indulgence or sexual ex-
travagance, &c.
tST'I'rice, in a sealed envelope, only
six cents.
The celebrated author, in this admira
ble Essay, clearly demonstrate, from
thirty years' successful practice, that
the alarming consequence of self-abuse
may be radii-ally cured without the dan
gerous use of internal medicine or the
application of the knife; pointing out
mode of cure at once simple, certain and
encctuul, by means oi which every sill-
ferer, no matter what his condition may
ne, may cure niniseii cheaply, private
ly, and radically.
ESfThis 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
six cents or two post stamps.
Address the Publishers,
F. BURG MAX SOX,
Ann St., New York; Post Ollice Box
4M0.
Feb. 17. 187C ly
Land for Sale.
I WISH to sell 09 acres of Land, ly
ing on the Nine .Mile creek, in Ma
son county, W. Va., I'i miles from
Beech Hill, on the Kanawha river, where
there are two stores and post-ollice, ami
county road running from Bush Hill
near the land, and no hills to get to the
river, and J 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
good neighborhood, and being so con
venient to the river, post-ollice. stores,
church and school, and good road to the
Kanawha river, gives It more advant
ages than any back land in this part of
the country.
Price I.OUO Dollars. Terms of sale
One-third down and balance in 1 and 2
years.
Any person wishing to see this ihikI,
can call on the undersigned, at Buffalo,
Putnam county, s . Va., or J as II.
Millkr, who lives near Beech Hill.
KOBEKT Al.K XANDKK.
May 4, 1870. ui
WHY ABE THE
TFtAOEMABiC
The Best Coal Cook Stoves?
m QUICKEST BAKERS
THE! ARE mmi cZTJ:
i i vieaniy.
.Durable.
BizM, (trial and vriets to fail very on.
B ar and ask your dsaler fir th MONITOR.
WM. RESOR & CO., Cincinnati, 0.
For Sale by
HUTCHINSON & BALDEIDGE,
Gallipolis, Ohio.
Feb. 17, 1876. ly
ISIl
fop ,v 5s
I u : t? fTf
WOOL CARDER WASTED!
HE undersigned, residing at Ewing-
ton, Galiia county, Ohio, wants to
engage an experienced Wool Carder,
wages will be given. Addres
W. ti. AlCCAKKX.
MaylS, l87.-3w
:
a
a
CHEAP TEA Si
EXCLUSIVE Agency for The United
Suites Tea Co. Jut received a
lare invoice of Kine Young Hyson;
only aii eta. per 10.
ft t) fCRf & QHO.
I V vr
No. I Drouillard Block.
Jan. 6, 1870.
Blacksmithing.
fUHE siiliscnber has re-opened hi
A Blacksmith Shop, at the old stand,
on Third Street, where he asks his old
friends to call
)raIlc, of the
and see him. Kvery
business will receive
prompt attention.
LEWIS MUEXZ.
March 4. 187S.
DRUGS, ETC.
PAINTS! PAINTS!
White Lend,
Linseed Oil,
Spirits Turpentine,
Benzine,
Varnish,
Paint Brushes,
Window Class,
Ac, Ac,
For sale at S.tNNS' DKUO STOKE.
May 14. 1M7I.
j
Valuable Mill Prop
erty for Sale!
The property known as the
HARRISBirRO FLOURIXG MILLS,
with SAW MILL, several acres of land,
including a frame dwelling-house choice
fruit treeSjConyenieutout-uuildiiigs, 4c.
MILL HOUSE 30x40, three-story.
French Burr Mill Stones with
Mill for grinding corn; improved Smut
Mill; LMitch Anchor Bolting Cloth.
The machinery with its attachments ar
ranged with an eye to durability, capaci
ty and convenience.
These Mills enjoy a large patronage
aud the purchaser will have nothing to
uo out go at once into active Dimness.
A rare chance for a bargain as the
owner is determined to sell, intending
to go west. W.M. II. WOOD,
Harris P. O., Gallia Co., Ohio.
Jan. 20, 137.
LOOK HERE AND BE&O !
Just brought on, and on hand,
Here nt my old stand,
Where you will And the Goods to please,
Kvery body in country, and (ialliHlis;
t thereiore invite you all
Let me have a friendly mil.
As I am nreuared to offer the oublic a
Select Stock of
CLOTH IfJGj
ritnfciitMjma nnno
THUNKS, VAUSES,
Cigars, Tobacco and PipOs,
at lower figures than any house in this
city,
BUT CASH ONLY WILL BUY THEM
CHEAP.
I can prove, having been here twelve
years in business, that I never misrepr
resented my goods, but have given to all
the full value for their money.
Orders for Custom Suits. Posters. Ul-
sters and Summer Capes, prpmiry lilleil,
J. H WEIL.
April 13, 1878.
Flttrtnrg tad Cincinnati Rem-
i&r racKOt.
ANDES,
CHAS. MUHLEMAN. Maxier.
ED. MUIILEMAN. Clerk.
Flru Retain to Call of Hard Tiuuttt
Fare to Cincinnati Iteduced to
THREE DOLLARS!
Passe Gallipolis every
WeHneiulftT vninr far
Cincinnati, and every Saturday evening
iur riiiuurgn.
The Andes has inst been mnmlii1r
repaired and repainted, and is in flrst-
ciass comiinoQ in every particular.
an. i, iaa.
DRUGS, ETC.
M
A
CENTENNIAL
D2
Drag Store,
IllALLlPOLlS, OHIO
Dye Stuffs,
Paints,
Oils,
W
Varnishes.
A
n
Patent Medicines,
Choice Liquors,
Toilet Articles
FANCY GOODS,
ID)
fg.
Dkuooists Sundries'
F.VF.RYTillXO!
RE
PRESCRIPTIONS!!
Jan. 13, 1S715. ly
Eagle Drug Store
Dr. J. C. RATHBURN
IN HIS NEW STAND. . , "
A NEW AND FULL LINE
DRUGS,
PAINTS,
OILS,
Varnishes,
By a Stuffs,
Patent Medicines,
PERFUMERY,
Combs, Brushes, Window-
Glass, Fancy Goods, &c. y
A general falling off in I,
along the whole line, to suit the
The sizn of the EAGLE bcU
John Dages' anil II. P. Elias.
March :), 187.
r
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
ORGANS
TIME n
PERSONS of moderate income, and
those whose means are tied up In
business, can by this system of KaMy
Monthly Payments, purchase ami
pay for an Organ or Melodeon am! uevr
mUs tht money; whereas, it might he
quite impossible for them to pay the full
cash value at once.
AND
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CQ
Id
X
Manufactured at Concord, X. H., is now
acknowledged by our bet.t Musicians to
exceed in some important points any
other manufactured. These Organs can
lie seen at the Store of Filuiork Buo's,
Gallipolis, O. Price Lists and Schedule
of Rates of Payment furnished on ap
plication. ii. ;. .sum.mkkn, nnet.rove, v..
Sole Agent for Gallia County. O.. W.
Va., and Kentucky.
forter. line Mrove r. O 1
Aug. 20, 1874.
fc,tlW ri ti ii m ' -JtiTs
4-1
PLANING MILL.
lyrmvFi Y mvenv rn
Architects and Builders,
Maanfacturers of
DOORS, SASH, BLIJfDS, WISDOVT AND
DOOR FRAMES, AND
MOLDINGS OP ALL KINDS
Also Deahsi ia
PLAITED AND ROUGH LUMBER,
tyOrdort solicited . Third Stres be
twsta Loeast and Cedar,
GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.
Fsh. 15, 1872. ,
DYE HOUSE
EMik4 IK1.V '
Drcssss. shawls.
silks and alocluag.
l nsd ordl wit h
tae lasm and flaisw
"w or saw foods.
Banaania raoelved Qraqiadistanaawill baratamsv
(raa of Bspraas Qraicht ens wajr win the rkargs
far 4lv iswasrs w (3. Writs for Pnca last.
WM. R. TEASOALE,
9SS Walnut wtt C4JviXiiA4l,

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