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Not That Kind of a Man.
Philadelphia Bulletin. Rev. Dr. P. the other day found a pack of playing cards in the posses sion of his oldest boy, and after giv ing the lad a threshing for owning such engines of Satan, the doctor placed the cards in his own pocket, intending to destroy them at the first opportunity. But he forgot about them, and subsequently, while in the cars on his wav to the citv. he pulled out his handkerchief, and the cards came out with it and fell upon the floor. The doctor gathered them up, with a very red face, and while he was arranging them in his hand, he saw a rough-looking man in the seat opposite to him wink at him. He turned his head away, but upon look ing around a moment later the man winked at him again. Then he winked several times, and then he came over, and sitting down by the side of the doctor, he said: "I say, pardner, what's your little game?' "I don't understand you, sir," re plied the doctor. "Oh, you needn't mind me," said the man. "I'm doing a little of that thing myself. Now, how do you work it?' "What do von mean? How do I workwhat?' "Oh, you kn o w well enough. What do you skin 'em on?" "Skin them! Skin who? Really, sir, your remarks are incomprehensi ble to me." "Now, see here, I understand the whole thing. You're hunting some body to play seven up with, and you intend to beat 'em out of their mon ey. Now, don't you?' "You don't know who you are talk ing to." "Now, I'll tell you what I'll do. There's no man on this earth that kin turn jacks faster'n I kin; and less you and me start up a game on some of these fellers, and Til run three or four jacks up my sleeve, with a couple of aces, maybe, and when we get to town, we'll divide the profits and go down and get roaring drunk at the tavern. Is it a bargain?' "You are a scoundrel, sir!" ex claimed the doctor. "Let me change my seat, if you please. "Won't do it? Won't club in with me and try a few games?' "Certainly not, sir." "Won't lend me them jacks to put in my sleeve? "You seem to lonret that I am a clercryman?" "A cler ! Oh, no. You don't mean to say that that you ain't a preacher; now, honest, are your" "Yes, sir. I am. I am the Bev. Dr. P." "Too bad! too bad! Believe me, if I didn't think you was one of those fellows who play cards on the cars to gouge greenhorns out of their mon ey. You look like one, any way, now don't yon? And what are you doing with that pack, old man, hey r Would you mind if I showed you how to run 'em over so s when 3rou play they can t fool your 1 11 do it for noth ing." Then Dr. Potts went into the hind car and got off at the next station When he got home he gave that boy of his a couple of extra floggings in order to ease his feelings. Almost too Dutch to Believe. A Yankee while footing it toward out West' got very hard up, and was cudgeling his brains to see how he should make a raise of a little mon ey. Finally he met a Dutchman who was followed by a great, ugly, cow ardly dog, and he entered into con versation with him. "Nice dorg you've got there," said lie. "Yaw, he pees a very fine tog." "I'll bet you a dollar that I can tell what his name is. "What ish dat? And you nafer see de tog peforer "No, of courseXnot, but I'll bet a dollar I can tell what his name is." "Py tam, I takes dot pet," said the Dutchman, eager to make an honest dollar. "Well, call him up here and let me have a look at him," said Yank. "Here, Fritzy! Fritzy! Come here andt make me von tollar,"' said the -Dutchman, calling his dog. The Yankee patted him on the head, looked him in the eye, and finally forced open his mouth and looked down his throat. "His name is Fritzy?" said he, with deliberation. "Donder andt blixen!" exclaimed the Dutchman, with open eyes and month. "Am I not right?' "Yaw, py tam," said he, handing over the wager. "Py Jinks, I know not dot my tog carry his card town his droat I chnst choke his tam neck for him," and away he marched, trying to get a kick at the poor dog whose name he had given away him self. This is the season when, as they fondly linger at the gate, he says in tones tremulous with the ecstacy of love, "Darling, my own precious dar ling, one. fond kiss before we part!" and a sharp voice from the up stairs window calls out, "Sarah Jane, you march into the house. To-morrer is washin' day, and you ain't a going to Jay abed till noon, now I tell you! A Wisconsin editor illustrates the prevailing extravagance of the peo ple of the present day by calling at tention to the costly baby carriages in use now, while, when he was a baby, they hauled him around by the hair of the head. 200,000 BRBCK For Sale, low for Cash. En quire of CASWELL MARTIN. June 8, 1876. 3w REMOVAL. Dr. J. A. TAN VLECK HAS removed his DENTAL BOOMS to his residence on Front street It will be for thelnterest of those want ing Dental services to give the Doctor a call, as his prices will be made to suit the times. June 15, 1876. lw Wanted I AGERL to do general house work. Apply at once to Da. W. B. GUTHRIE, Gallipolis. 0. June 15, 1876. 2w DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, &C., IN GREAT VARIETY. Hail to the People!! I, CHARLES MACK, Have just returned from NEW YORK CITY, with one of the largest and Most Complete Stocks of General Merchandise this City, and, at Prices that Defy Competition! Ever brought DRESS GOODS, IN PILES; Chevoits, Checks, Cottonades, Jeans and Cassimeres, in immense quantities; Kid Gloves for every hand; Jacconet Edgings, of every Pattern; Bleached and Brown Muslins, of every Brand; A Large Assortment of Ladies' Linen Suits, Ranging from 4- to ilO; BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS, of the best quality and at the lowest figures; GROCERIES in great variety, cheap as the cheapes Don't forget the Wholesale and Retail Glass and Queensware Department, Opposite my Dry Goods Store, where everything can be found from a SALT CELLAR to the largest li-LASS JJISU, or trom a SAUUiUK up to tne finest FRENCH CHINA Set. An extensive line of TABLE CUTLERY, Lamps and Lamp Fixtures: TIN -TV ARE, and hundreds of things too numerous to mention All, remember, at the Lowest Prices. JtCOTJNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange for all kinds of Goods, at both Stores REMEMBEH THE PLAGE, CHARLES MACRfS5 TMrd Street, one door aBove AlesMre's Mill, GaffipoEs, OMo May 11, 187G. BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS. TO THE PUBLIC I GO TO THE GREAT SPRING SALE Well-known WhoIeaIe Hotie of Bailey &Ridenonr We have just returned from the Eastern Market, with the largest Stock of Boots, Shoes, Hats and Straw Goods at prices much less in nearly every article in our line, than the same Goods could have been bought before the war. We have the greatest variety of Ladies', Misses ana uiiiiaren s nne snoes. waiters ana biippers 01 tne latest improvea styles ana jpatterns, ever before brought to this Market. CUSTOM WORK. Our Custom Work is equaled by no other House on the Ohio River, for style qual- ity ana auraomty. vy e warrant every pair 01 our custom maae onoes as represented J Ml J -J. -L" J z. 1.1 J 1 J.' T ,' anu win mane gouu at any ume, any ueieub m uiem 10 me, justice ana satisiaction 0 the purchaser. We have three grades of Custom hand-made, Calf Boots, for men, which are two or three dollars per pair less, than at any other House. We shall continue, as we commenced, to Retail all of our Goods at Wholesale Prices for Cash! We invite the Public to call and examine our Stock, before purchasing elsewhere March 30, 1876. BAILEY & MDENOUR. Dages' Doings ! JOHN RAGES IN THE FIELD AND FULLY EQUIPPED "With the largest, fullest, completest, best selected and cheapest v Stock 01 ffiil SHOES Ever brought to GALLIPOLIS. He defies competition, denies that he will be under sold, and invites everybody, Grangers and Middlemen included, to call and see his nvc-iviiivEOTH: szpiztsra- stock:, dougnt witti reaay money, and to be sold at the very lowest notch possible. Small Profits and Quick Sales. Call early and often. Special attention to our own Manufacture. a n,,, JOHN BAGES. April 13, 1876. , L. McLean. P. A. Guthrie. Mclean & gtjthrie, Attorneys-at-Law, Winficld, Putnam County, West Ta. Practice In Putnam and adjoining counties. All business entrusted to them will receive nrompfatteutiou. March 30.1876. lv Buggiesjor Sale. I HAVE Buggies and Spring Wagons . r,8al8 or exchange for Howes, CatUe, Hogs, ,&c Call at Vinton, Ohio! The best of bargains offered. W. F.JBUTIEK, April 20, 187C.-moSntOn'O-hi0' Time is Money; Economy is Wealth! Farmers' Friend Grain Drill, Malta ShovePlows, Pittsburgh Plows and Points, Mowers and Reapers, Churns, Cook Stoves, &c, HARDWARE endless variety, at prices lower than ever.. TJU.BQTT & vOQt Bailey's Block. May 11,1870. i NEW TANNERY. HIDES MO BARK WANTED at the New Tannery, for which the highest prices will be paid in Cash. Two doors below the old Dages Tan Yard. JOS. BUCKLE. The highest price in cash paid for Old Bark. April 13, 1870.-Bm Centaur fjiiits. The Quickest, Surest and Cheap, est Remedies. 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, grati3, 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, BONE OR MUSCLE AILMENT. We make no pretense that this article will cure Cancer, restore lost bones, or give health to a whisky soaked carcass. But it will always reduce inflammation and allay pain. It will extract the poison of bites and stings, and heal burns or scalds with out a scar. Palsy, Weak Back, Caked Breasts, Earache, Toothache, Itch and Cutaneous Eruptions readily yield to its treatment, Henry Black, of Ada, Hardin Co., Ohio, says : "My wife lias had rheuma tism for five years no rest, no sleep could scarcely walk across the floor. Site 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 Zanesvilie, O., says : "The Centaur Liniment cured my Neu ralgia." Alfred Tush, of Newark, writes: "Send mc one dozen bottles by express, The Liniment has saved my leg. I want to distribute it, &c." The sale of this Liniment is increasin rapidly. The Yellow Ceutaur Liniment is for the tough skin, flesh and muscles of HORSES, MULES AND ANIMALS. We have never vet seen a case of Spav in, sweeny, King-Done, ind-gaii Scratches or Poll-Evil, which this Lin iment would not speedily be ne tit, and we never saw but a few caes tchtch it would not cure. It will cure when any thing can. It is follv to spend $20, for a Farrier, when one dollar's worth of Ceutaur Liniment will do better. The following is a sample of the testimony produced : W. P. Hopkins, Postmaster, Piqna , O says: "Centaur Liniment can't be beat. It cures every time." "Yelvkrton, O., March 2,1874 "The Centaur Liniments are the best sclliug medicines we ever had. The demand is very great for it, and we can not anord to be 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 cave me a Dottle ot your centaur lanl ment, which I used with sucli success that in two days the horse was active and nearly well. I have been a vetinary surgeon tor tmrty years, outyour Lain ment Deals anything l ever used. A. J.M'CABTY, Veterinary Surgeon For a postage stump we will mail a Ccu 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. a n. Dr. Samuel Pitcher, of Hyannis, Mass experimented in Ills private practice for twenty years to produce a combination that would have the properties of Cas tor Oil without its unpleasant taste and griping enect. His preparation was sent for, near and far, till finally lie gave it the name of Castoria, and put it up for sale. It is very wonderful in its effects, particu larly with the disordered stomachs and bowels of children. It assimilates tub food, cures sour stomach and wind col ic, regulates the bowels, expels worms. and may be relied upon in croup. As a pleasant, effective and perfectly safe cathartic remedy it is superior to castor mi, cordials and Syrups. Itdoe riot contain alcohol, and is adapted any age. By 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 ot J. is. hose & Co 40 Dey Street, New York. juarcn su, i7U. i3w OIOA DAY at Home, and terms free. Maine. Agents wanted. Outfit T1SUK & CO., Augusta liuarcn io, ism ly Ayer's Cathartic Pills, For the relief and core of all derango- aci. liver, and bow. ela. They are a mild aperient, and an excellent purgative. Being purely vege table, they contain no mercury or mine ral wnacevcr. aiucn serious sickness and suffering is prevent ed bv their timelv anu every lanui v snoum nave mem on n&nu lor uieir protection ana rcnci, wnen required. Lonir exuerience has nroved them to ho the nr. est, surest, and best of all the Fills wiU) which tne marKei auounas. lly tneir occasional use, tne utoou is punneu, the corruptions of the sys- whole machinery or life restored to its healthy activity. Internal organs which become clogged and sluggish are cleansed hyAyer't 1'tllt, and stimulated into action. Thus (ncinlent diseasa Is changed Into health, the value or which change, when reckoned on the vast multitudes who enjoy it. can hardly be commitcd. Their sncar coatin? makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues unimpaireu lor any length or Unie, so nrrfinfltli full directions are eiven on the wrannpr tn each box, how to use tnem as a Family Physic, and for thO following cnmnlainbt. whirl, thitftn ForXypepsla or Indigestion, XUtlMo neu, juutruor anu JLOM or Appetite, they should be taken moderately to stimulate the stonf. sea, anu restore us neaiuy (one and acuon. For IJ vrr Complaint and Its various symp toms, KUions Headache, Hick Head- HCBVitfuunuice orwreen Slcliness, Ion Colic and JSilioaa Teren, they should be judiciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased action orremovn tiu) nhfltmrtinnn irhfh cause it. For Jtrsenterr or Blirrkiva.' tint m mild dose is generally required. For RkeamatUm. Goat, Gravel, Pal sltatloa of the Heart. Pain tn h Hide, Back and Iioina, they should be contin uously taken, as required, to change the diseased nwiuii u. uic system, tr iui sucn cnange those complaints disappear. For Drpmy and Dropsical flwelllacs, they should be taken in large and frequent doses to produce the effect of a drastic purge. For Mnpprouion, a large dose should bo taken, as it produces the desired effort hv m. pathy. Ab a. Dinner Fill, take one or two PtlU to promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and bowels, restores the appetite, and Invigorates the avstem. Hence It In nftim urivAnts no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these I'M' makes him feel decidedly better, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive apparatus. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. JLYEIt & CO., Practical ChemilU, XOWELZ, SCABS., U. S.-A.. m sale bt Af pscgqiaia eyestwjiebI' to DROUILLARD BLOCK. 1 t. Kb I & 1 'J Wholesale and Retail BRTJG-G-ISTS 2 3 JOURNAL OFFICE. 4 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in SfAPl 41 MOT GROCERIES. Talbott Co. Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN H A R Cutlery 5 WARE! &., iFitislnEg Plows Ptei Second St., August 10, 1875. above Public Square. Manhood: Wow Lost, How Restored! JUST published, a new edition of Dr. Culverwcll's Celebrated Es nay on the radical cure (without medi cine) of JariiHMATOititiiffiA or luminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotkxcy, .Mental and Physical Inca pacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsy and Fts, induced by self-indulgence or sexual ex travagance, &c. SPricc, In a scaled envelope, only six cents. The celebrated author, in this admira ble JSssay; clearly demonstrates, Irom thirty years' successful practice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured without the ami- gerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife: pointing outa 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. C3TTIils Lecture should bo 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 stamps. Address the I'nbllshers, P. BUKGMAN & SON, 41 Ann St., New York; To3t Olllce Box 4oSU. Feb. 17, 187C ly Land for Sale. WISH to sell 09 acres of Land, ly , ing on the Nino Mile creek, in Ma son county, W. va., Ikf miles from Beech Hill, on the Kanawha river, where there arc two stores and post-olllcc, and county road running from Bush Hill near the land, and no hills to get to the river, and or a mile from the .Metho dist Church and public School-houses. S There are 1 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 ueinjr so con venlent to the river, post-oHice. stores, church and school, and good road to the Kanawha river, elves it more ndvaut ages than any back laud in this part of the country. Price 1,000 Dollars. Terms of s:ile One-third down and balance in 1 and 2 years. Any person wishing to sco thisl.-md. can call on the undersigned, at Buffalo, I'utnam county, w . va., or .ias II Millkr, who lives near Beech Hill. KUJJKKT ALiEXAXDEK. May 4, 187C Gm WHY ABE THE TRADE MAHK. The Best Coal Cook Stoves? THE OulCkEST BAKERS THEYARE mwISF Durable, Sizes, styles and prices to suit every oae. Be sort and ask tout dealer Ibr the MONITOR WM. RES0R & CO., Cincinnati, 0. For Sale bv HUTCHINSON & BALDRIDGE, Gallipolis, Ohio. Feb. 17.187G. ly Found I iOCKET-BOOK on the road be tween Gallipolis and Gallia Fur nace, xnc owner can nave the same by describing property and paying charges. JOHN SMITH, Gallia Furnace, Gallia Co., O. June 8, 1870. 3w flTTr,Tf!TC CHE&PjEASi XCLUSIVE Agency for The United lust received a Young Hyson; Jij states Tea Co. Just received a lanre invoice of Fine only 55 cts. per lb. Block. tfo. Jan. C 1 Drouillard 1870. Blacksmithing. THE subscriber has re-opeued his Blacksmith Shop, at the old stand, on Third Street, where he asks his old friends to call and see him. Every branch of the business will receive prompt attention. LEWIS MUENZ. March 4. 1875. DRUGS. ETC. PAINTS! PAINTS White Lead, Linseed Oil, Spirits Turpentine, Benzine, Varnish, Paint Bl ushes, Window Glass, &c, KC, Forsale at 3 ANNS' DKUU STOHE May 14. 1874. Valuable Mill Prop erty for Salel The property known as the HATtniSBUHG FLOURING MILLS, with SAW MILL, several acres of land, iucludinga frame dwelling-house choice fruit trees, convenient out-biiiUlIiigs, &c. jrlLL HOUSE 30x40, three-story. UL French Burr Milt Stones with Mill for grinding corn ; Improved Smut .Mill; Dutch Anchor Bolting Cloth. The machinery with its attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capaci ty and convenience. These Alius enjoy a largo patronage :md the purchaser will have nothing to do but go at once into active business. A rare chance for a bargain as the owner is determined to sell, Intending to go west. wai. n. wuuu, Harris l u., uailia Co., Uliio. Jan. 20, 1876. LOOK HERE AM) BEAD ! Just brought on, and on hand, Here :it my old stand. Where you will tlud the Goods to please. iliverybody in country, and Uallipolia i tiicretorc invite you all Let me have a friendly call. As I am prepared to offer the public Select Stock of LOTHINi FURNISHING G008S, , HatS, Caps, I TRuJlftd, VALISES, Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes, at lower figures than any house in this BUT CASH ONLY WILL BUY TIIE3I CHEAP. I can prove, havlner been here twelve years in business, that I never misrep resented my gorms, nut have given to an tue run value ror their money. Orders for Custom Suit", Dusters, Ul sters and Summer Capes, promptly iilleil. J. H. April 13, 1876. WEIL. Fittsbarg aad GlaclaaatHec. Ur Packet. A H BE S , CUAS. MUHLEilAN, Master. ED. MUHLEJIAN, Clerk. First Setpome to the Call of Sard Timet t Fare to Cincinnati Reduced to TUItEE DOLLARS! Pjnj'Tft Passes Uallipolia every SWBHt Wednesday evening, for Cincinnati, and every Saturday evening for Pittsburgh. The Andes has just been completely repaired and repainted, and is in flrst class condition In every particular. Jan. 7, 1874. DRUGS, ETC. 11 A Y W 11 D CENTENNIAL Drug Store, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Tarnishes, Patent Medicines, Choice Liquors, Toilet Articles,! FANCY GOODS, DuuaaisTs' Sundries, EVERYTHING! PRESCRIPTIONS!! Jan. 13, 187C ly D R U ii S T O R E Eagle Drugstore Dr. J. C. EATHBTOH IN HIS NEW STAND. A NEW AND FULL LINE OF DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Patent Medicines, PERFUMERY, Comlis, Brushes, Window- Glass, Fancy Goods, &c. rtTA general falling oh" in Prices along the whole line, to suit the times. REMEMBER The sign of the EAGLE between John Dages' and H. P. Elias'. Mareli 30, 1870. 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 Alclodeon and icrer miss the money; whereas, it might ho quite impossible for them to pay the full cash value at once. AND ca ui O CO o 30 z Manufactured at Concord, X. H., is now acknowledged by our best Jiusieians to exceed in some important points any other manufactured. These Organs can be seen at the Store of Filijiork Duo's, Gallipolis, O. Price Lists and Schedule of Rates of Payment furnished on ap plication. . ii. u. suaiiUiSKS, ii ne Grove, O., Sole Azent for Gallia County. O.. V.r. Va., and Kentucky. rnrter, Pmc Grove P. O Aug. 20, 1874. PLANING MILL. MDLLISEDI, LAWSOiY & CO., inuunuuia uuu jammers, Manufacturers of Trrrt a oiott tt txtto nrnffun rrr i m door frames,, and holdings op all kinds Alio Dealers in PLANED AND ROUGH LUMBER. tar Orders solicited. Third Stree he tween Locust and Cedar, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. 7h. 15. 1872. EaUbliiheJ IKK. XJreaefl. abawlx. fflu and elouanr. .classed or dyed with I the lustre flnlali Oanaenta recetad froxn s dutasoe wOl be returned free of Zxpreas freight one war when ths enarc for dyeing amounts to 13- Write for Price List. WM. R. TEASDALE. 8GB Walnut Strett, CIXVLSAATS, nvr un er U . U1UUUL