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Thk following -was Mr. Blaine's
congratulatory dispatch to Gov. Hayes: "l offer you mysincerest congratu lations on your nomination. It will Tats alike my highest pleasure, as well aa my'first political duty, to do the utmost in my power to promote your election. The earliest moments of my returning and confirmed health will .be devoted to securing you as large sL Tote in Maine as she would have given for myself." Senator Morton's compliments: "T nnnorntiilntn X'Oll U0n VOUr nomination for Prcsi'dent, and shall! labor earnestly for your success. . Bristow's congratulations: t hatr vnn to accent my earnest and hearty congratulations, nomination secures victory." Your TTartranft wasn't much of a candi date but he sent this: "I most sincerely congratulate you on your nomination. Pennsylvania will surely give you her vote in No vember. This from President Grant: "I congratulate vou, and feel the greatest assurance that you will oc cunv mv present position from the 4th of March next." The Wrong Woman. [From the Philadelphia Bulletin.] Judge Pitman is one of the Direc tors of the Blanktown public schools, Last spring, the Board advertised for a female teacher, with instructions for applicants to call upon the Judge. A day or two afterward, Mrs. Pitman advertised for a cook, and, on that af ternoon, an Irish girl called at the house to obtain the place. The Judge was at the porch, at the time, and, when she entered, he mis took her for a school-mistress, and said to her: "Did you come about that place?' "Yes, sir," she answered. "0. -very well, thou; take a seat and I'll run over a few tilings in or der to ascertain what your qualifica tions are. Bound Africa." "If you pleasct sir, I don't know what you mean." "I say, bound Africa." "Bou bou begorra I don't know what ye're refcrrin' to." "Very strange," said the Judge. "Can you tell .me if 'amphibious' is an adverb or a preposition: f What is an adverb?' "Indeed, and 3Tou bother me entire ly. I never had anything to do with such tilings at my last place." "Then it must have been a curious sort of an institution," said the Judge. "Probably 3fou can tell me how to conjugate the verb 'to be,' and just mention, also, what you know about Herodotus." "Ah, your honor's jokin' wid -me. Be done wid your fun, now." "Did you ever hear of Herodotus?' "Never once, m the whole course of my life. Do you make it with eggs? "This is the most extraordinary woman I ever encountered," mur mured the judge. "How "she ever as sociated Herodotus with the idea of eggs is simply incomprehensible. Well, can you name the hemisphere in which China and Japan are situ ated?" "Don't bother me with your fun now. I can wash the china and your pans as well as anybody, and that's enough, now isn't it?' "Dumb! awful dumb! Don t know the country from the crockery. I'll try her once more. Name the limits of the Tropic of Capicorn, and tell me where Asia Minor is located." "I have a brother that s one, sir that's all I know about it" "One? One what?' "Didn't you ask me afther the miners, sir? My Brother Teddy works wid 'era." "And this," said the Judge, "is the kind or person to whom we are asked to entrust the education of youth, "Woman, what do you know? What kind of a school have you been teach ing?' "None, sir. What should I teach school for?' "Totally without experience, as supposed," said the judge. -mrs. Ferguson naa a governess teach the children when I was cook- in' for her." "Cooking! Ain't you a school teacher? What do you mean by pro posing to stop cooking in order to teach school? Why, its preposter ous." "Begorra, I came here to get the cook's place, sir, and that's all of it.! "Oh, by George! I see now. You ain i a canuuiaie lor tue grammar school after all. You want to see Mrs. -Pituian. Maria, come down here a miuute. There's a thick headed immigrant here wants to cook for you." And the judge picked up his paper and resumed the editorial on "The impending Crisis." An eccentric citizen or Cape May carried a rope in his pocket tor forty years, ins explanation being that he was liable at any time to wish to kill himsell, and meant always to have the means handy. A few days ago lie nangeu himsclt with the old rope. Mrs. Coknema Stkwakt, widow of the late A. T. Stewart, has given $74,500 in benevolences. Her gifts vary m amount from $000 to $3,000, embracing many charitable associa tions. A daughter of ex-President Ti ler is an inmate or the Louise Home, r ttt i . PLANING MILL. MDLLINEDX, LAWSON & CO., Architects and Builders, Manufacturers of DOOES, SASH, BLINDS, WINDOW AND dooe'pbames, AND MOLDINGS OP ALL KINDS Aleo Dealets in PLANED AND BOUGH LUMBER. OT Orders solicited. Third Stree be tireen Locust and Cedar, ..GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. Teh. 15. 187& DYE HOUSE: EsUbliiUd ISIS. Bream, fthawlc. Ufca and elotblsr. , cleaned or dyed with 1 tie lestre and finish XBv ar.ujiiim fMc&t one may Ktura Ua dtatee for ieing KaounU to a. Write for Prloo Uot. TEASALE, PUBLIC REPORT OP A- POLICEMAN, , 1 have not enjoyed. good health foe several years past, yet.have not allowed it to interfere with my labor. Every one belonging to the laboriug class knows the inconvenience of being ob liged to labor when ttie body, from de bility, almost refuses to perform its daily task. I never was a believer in dosing with medicines; but having heard the Vegetine snokctt of so highly .was de termined to try it, and shall never regret that determination, as a tome (wnicn everv one needs at some time) it sur passes anything ! ever beard of. It' in vigorates the whole system: it is a great cicanscrana purineroi tneoioou. xnere are many of my acquaintances who have taken it, and all unite in praise of its satisfactory effect Especially among the aged class of people, it imparts to them the one tiling most needful in old age nights of calm, sweet renose. thereby strengthening the mind as well as the body. One aged lady, who has been suffering through life from scrofula, and has become nnna from its effects, haviusr tried many rem-: edies with no ftvorable result, was in duced by friends to try the veoetise. After taking a few bottles, she obtained such great relief that she expressed a wish fnr her sieht. that she might be able to look upon the man who had scut her such a blessing. Vinro rpflnflriTllUv. O. P. H. HODGE,- Police Officer, Sta tion o, Bosxon, Mass., May" 9, 1871. heartfelt" prayer. St. Paul, Aug. 22, 18G4. IL 11. Stevens. Esq. : Dear Sir I should be wanting in grat itude. If I foiled to acknowledge what the Vegktine has done for inc. I was attacked about eleven months since with Bronchitis, which settled into Consump tion. I had night sweats and fever chills; was distressed for breath, and freauentlvsnitblood: wasall emaciated, very weak, and so low that my friends thought my case hopeless. I was advised to make a trial of the Veoetike, which, under the. providence of God, has cured me. That he may blc3S the use of your medicine to others, as he lias to me, and that his divine grace may attend you, is the heartfelt prayer oi your aunuriug, uumuie ser vant. BENJAMIN" PETTINGILL. . P. S. Mine is but one among the many cures your medicine has cuecrcd In this place. B. P. MAKE IT PUBLIC. South Boston, Feb. 9, 1871. II. It. Stevens, Esq. Dear sir 1 have heard from very many sources ot the great success of Vegetine in cases of Scrofula, Rheuina tism, Kidney Complaint, Catarrh, and other diseases of kindred nature. I make no hesitation in saying that I know Vegetine to be the most reliable reme dy for Catarrh and General Debility. My wife has been troubled with Ca tarrh for many years, and at times very badly. She has thoroughly tried even- supposed remedy that we could hear of and with all tins sue has for several years been gradually growing worse, and the discharge lrom tue neau was excessive and very offensive. She was in this condition when she commenced to take Vegetine: I could sec that she was improving on the sec ond bottle. She continued taking the Vegetine until she had used from twelve to fifteen bottles. I am now happy in informing you and the public (if you choose to make it public) that she is entirely cured, and Vegetine ac complished the cure after nothing else would. Hence I feel justified in saying tli.it vegetine is the most rename reme dy, and would advise nil suffering hu manity to try it, lor 1 believe it to be a good, honest, vegetable medicine, and I shall not hesitate to recommend it. lam, (fee., respectfully, L. C. CARDELL, Store 451 Broadway. Vegetine acts directly upon the causes of these complaints. It invigor ates and strengthens the whole system, acts upon the secretive organs, allays inflamatton, cleanses and cures ulcera tion, cures constipation, and regulates the bowels. Has Entirely Cured Me. Boston, October, 1870. Mr. Stevens : Dear Sir My daughter, after having a severe attack ot wiioopmg cough, was left in a feeble state of health Being advised by a friend she tried the Vege tine, and after using a few bottles was I fully restored to health. I have been a great sufferer from Rheumatism. I have taken several bot tles of the Vegetine for this complaint, and am happy to say it has entirely cured me. I have recommended the Vegetine to others, witli the same good results. It is a great cleanser and puri- uer ot the blood ; it is pleasant to take ; ana 1 can cneerimiy recommend It. JAMES MOUSE, 3G4 Athens Street. Sold by All Druggists and Dealers Everywhere. June 2, 1870. lm. Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring 'to Gray Hair its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing which is at once agreeable, healthy, and effectual for E reserving the air. It soon restores faded or gray hair to its original color, mif.h. fh gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, falling hair checked, and baldness often, though not always, curod by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the folliM PS aiA Ha. stroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed; but such as remain can be aved by this application, and st; lated into activity, so that a growth of hair is produced. Instead of fouling the hair with a pastv sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to the spalp arrests and prevents the forma tion of dandruff, winch is often so un cleanly and offensive. Tfrea deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous and inju rious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit but not harm it If wanted merely for a HAIR DUTCSSTTCfi nothing else can be found so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on tho hair, giving it a rich, glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C, Ayer & Co., daetleal and Analytical cheiaUt, IiOWJEUj, MASS. I Z .t. "SS10-- lAttmtt wanted, ontflt end terms free, thiie a MRlne, Au.iiBui. i-of J. them I The DRY GOOD. GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, &C, IN GREAT. Hail to the People!! I. CHARLES MACK Fave just returned from NEW YORK 0ITT, with one of the largest and Most Complete Stocks of General Merchandise Ever brought to this City, and, at Prices that Defy Competition ! D R ESS GOODS, IN PILES; Chevoits, Checks, Cottonades, Jeans and Cassimeres, in immense quantities; . ,Kid vGIotcs for every hand; Jacconet Edgings, of every Pattern; Bleached ami Brown Jfluslaus, of every ISraucI; A Large Assortment of Ladies' Linen Suits, Ranging from .$$41 to $10; BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS, the best "quality and at the lowest figures; Don't Glass and OoDOsite my Dry Goods Store, where everything can be - to tne larffesc u-jjado jjioh, ui lrum u oAuvyjim, uy iu finest FRENCH CHINA Set. An Avtmisivfi linft of TABLE CUTLERY, Lanms and Lamp Fixtmes;- 5C0FNTRT PRODUCE REMEMBER THE PLACE, CHARGES MACK'S, Third Street, one door a&ove AlesMre's May 11, 187G. TO THIS ZPTTSILIO I OO TO THE Well-known Wholesale Bailey & Ridenonr We have just returned Boots, Shoes, . - at Drices much less m nearly every article in our line, uian iuu suiuc uuuhs cuum have been bought before thenar. We have the greatest variety of Ladies', Misses' nnd niiilHwm'M finft ShnfiS. GniterS and SllUDCrS Ot the latest improved Styles and patterns, ever before brought to this Market. Our Custom Work is equaled by no other House on ity and durability. We warrant every pair oi our custom Ij "mi i ' T -j- Uua will IHtUit; U,uuu u,u any the purchaser. We have three grades oi or three dollars per pair less, We shall continue, as we Wholesale Prices for Cash! We invite the Public to March 30, 1876. JOHN BACHES IS THE FIELD AND With the largest,-fullest, completest, best selected and cheapest Stock of Ever brought to GAELIPOLIS. sold, and invites fivervbddv. IMLAJfcC&EOIJHf SZPZR-IIETGr STOCK, Profits and Quick Sales. Call early and often. Speciai attention to our own Manufacture. JOHN DAGES. April 3, 1876. GROCERIES in great variety, cheap as the cheapest. forget the Wholesale, and Retail Queensware Department, TIN-WARE, and hundreds of things too numerous to mention; All, remember, at the Lowest taken in exchange for all kinds ROOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CIREAT SPRING SAMS .A.T TIECE from the Eastern Market, with the largest Stock of Hats and . i i? custom woielik:- 4 - : fLrtr o wniu, tiny ucitou w. iim w , , . uustom nana-maae, uau uuois, iur men, which uu uwu than at any other House. commenced, to Retail all of call and examine our Stock, !Y & FULLY EQUIPPED ail He defies competition, Grangers and Middlemen BOOTS d to be sold at the very lowest notch possible. Small found from a SALT CELLAJl Prices. of Goods, at both Stores..! Hill, (Mlipolis, OMo. CA1?S. House of Straw Goods, j.i a.1... r j ll the Ohio River, for style qual maae anoes as represented. fl,n incfioo and oofiefnnf.mn nf u"" juuwuu " "' , . our Goods at before purchasing elsewhere. RIDENOUR. oings ! SHOES denies that he will be under included, to call and see his L. McLean. a. GirrrihiK. McLEAN" 8c G-UTHRIB, Attomeys-at-Law Winfield, Putnaan County, West Va. Practice in Putnam and adjoining counties. All business entrusted to -wJU'reeeivcTpfoniptuittcntioii. March 30.187(Tnv 1 Buggiesfor Sale. HAVE Buggies and Spring Wagons for sale or exchange for Horses, Cattle, JBogs, Ac. Call at Vinton, Ohio. best of barg sins offered. W. F. BUTLER, Vinton, Ohio, April 20, 1876 Smoa Time is Money; Economy is Wealth! : Farmers' Friend Grain Drill, Malta Shovel? Pittsburgh Plows and Points, Mowers and Reapers, Churns, Cook Stoves, fcci, HARDWARE endless va'riet',' at' prices'lowcr than even. : fatBOTT ' GO;, lE.-ii ley's lllock. . NEW TANNERY. ttlOEB tM BARK XTAm KT) at the lrew Tan"ery, for V wuicii ineiiigncst prices will be paid in jasu. Two doors below tho old Dagjcs Tan , JOS. , BLICKLB. The highest price in cash paid for via isaric. April 13, 1876, Bin ah DROUILLARD BLOCK. 1 1 m i Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS. 2 3 4 JOCRNAL Wholesale and Retail Dealer in GROCERIES. Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN Cutlery, Second St., August 10, 1S75. I k 10., ARE f G - uusj &c5 above Public Square. me Essay, cieariy depiontrates, rrom fJ&STSS may be radically cured without the dan- Manhood: How Lost, How Restored! JUST published, a new edition ir Or. CulvorwoII's Culoliratuil Es say on the radi'M cure (without medi cine) of tfPKi:MA'roi:itiitEA or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, IjipotHncv, Mental and Physical Inca pacity, I in pediments to Marrimre, etc also, Consumption, EpilepoV and Fts, induced by self-indulgence or sexual ex travammce, &e. JtPrice, in a scaled envelope, only six cent3. The celebrated author, in this admir.-i rerous use of internal medicine or the application of the knife; pointing outa mode ot cure at once simple, certain and elleetual, uy means ot which every suf ferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private ly, and radically. ESfi'his Lecture should .be in the lliim's ! every youth ami 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 Publishers, F. ItUJtUMAX A SO.V, U Ann St., New York: Pot Otllee Oox liiSG. Feb. 17, 1S7C ly Land for Sale. i WISH toscll99 acres of Land, ly ing on tho Nino Mile creek, in Ma son county, V. Va.,. lVi iiiiIch from Ueeeh Hill, on the Kanawha river, where there are two stores and post-ollice, and county road running from Hush Hill near the land, and no hills to get to the river, and 'iZ 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. Tho most of this laud lies very well, anil in a good neighborhood, and being so con venient to the river, nost-ollice. stores. church and school, and ?ood ro:id to the Kanawha river, gives it more advant ages than any back laud in tills part of fiie country. Price 1,000 Dollars. TVnnsof sale One-third down and balance in 1 and 2 years. Any person wishinjr to see this land. can call on the undersigned, at lhillalo, Putnam county. W. Vn.. or .Lis II. Mn.ua:, who lives near Ueeeh 1 1 i 1 1. ItOBKItT ALEXANDER. May 4, 1370. Cm WJIYAKE THE TRADE MARK. The Best Coal Cook Stoves? THE OlIICktST toKtllS THEY ARE wssk i uieamy, Durable. Eiies, ttjlej and prices la swt evory oaa, Bt suit aod ask vcur dealer tor lie MONITOR. WM. RESOR & CO., Cincinnati, 0. For Sale "by HUTCHINSON & BALDRIDGE, Gallipolis, Ohio. Feb. 17, 1876. ly OBSTACLES, HAPPr RELIEF to Younir nea irora ino euecu or Errors anil Alimej In early Ilfo. Man- TO noou rc3Coreii. impeiumenu to Slarrtage removol. Ner meth od of treatment. New ami re- UIDDIKPC 'norifaius remctlcs. JJonks ana rfinnfiinuC, circulars rent free In scalcl en velopM. Aildre ll()WAItl AS- omble conduct ami proloesionul aklll. insncuiion navinza oiirn remuaiioa rornon lIUBBt, IB. If, at the fSTTftTfiTi' CHEAP TEASi EXCLUSIVE Agency for The United Slates Tea Co. Just received a large invoice of Fine Young Hyson; only 55 cts. per lb. C 0. KEBB a 8B0t JSTo. 1 Drouillard Block. Jan. C, 1876. Biacksmithing. raiHE subscriber has rc-opened hi JL Rlacksmith Shop, at tho old 'stand, on Third Street, where he asks his old friends to call and see linn. Lvcry hraueh of the business will receive nronint attention. LEWIS MUENZ. Marnli 4. 1S75. DRUGS, ETC. PAINTS! PAINTS! While Lead, Linseed Oil, Spirit Turpentine, Benzine, Varnish, Paint Brushes, Window Class, Ac., &?., Forsale at SANNS' DIUIO STOJIK. May II. 1871. Valuable Mill Prop- - ertyfor Salel The property known as the IIAIiRISBURG FLOURING MILLS, with .SAW MILL, several acres of land. Iiicluilinga frame (Iwcllliig-house choice fruit trees.eouvcnientout-buihllngs, &e. TBJjrlLL HOUSE :!0xl0, three-story. ATi French Uurr .Mill Stones with Mill for crimlin corn; luinrovcd burnt Mill; Dutch Anchor Jioltlug Cloth. I The uiachinery with Us attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capaci ty and convenience. These Mills enjoy a large patronage anil the purchaser will have nothing to do out go at once Into active business. A rare chance for a bargain as the owner is determined to sell, Intending I to go west. WM.' ii. ivuuu, Harris P. O., Gallia Co., Ohio. Jan. 20. 1870. LOOK HEBE hM HE10 ! Just brought on, and on hand, Here at niv old staml. Where you will find the Goods to please, Hverybody in country, and Gallipolis; l thcrelore invite you all Let me have a friendly call. As I am prepared to olfcr the public Select Stock of CLOTHIM 'J FURNISHING G005S ' Hats, Caps, TRUNKS, VALISES, lower figures city, than any house in this BUT CASn ONLY WILL BUY THEM CHEAP. I can prove, having been here twelve years in business, that I never misrep resented my gootls.-imt have given to an full value for their money. Orders for Cuslom Suits, Du3tcrs. Ul sters and huiinnerCapcs.prompliy illicit. J. WEIL. April 13, 1876. The John Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad. ON and after'Sunday, May 30, 1875, passenger trains will run u fol lows: FROM HUNTINGTON. Leave Huntington 9.45 A.M. Arrive Charleston 11.60 " Arrive Kanawha Falls 1.30 P.M. Uintoii 4.45 White Sulphur 6.35 li it it It ivuegiiany U.Ki Covington 7.40 " " Millboro 9.09 " " Goshen 9.23 " " Staunton 10.45 " " Charlottcsvlllo 12.20 A.M. " Lynchburg 4.50 " " GordonsvlTle 1.25 " " Washington 0.33 " " Richmond 4.45 " Trains, stop at all regular stations be tween Huntington and Alleghany, and at Covington, Millboro, Goshen, Staun ton, Greenwood, Charlottesville, Gor donsville, Junction and Richmond. Mail Train leaves White Snlphur dai ly (except Sunday) at 5.35 A. M. for Richmond and all intermediate stations. Pullman sleeping cars run on night trains between WhlteSulplmr and Rich mond. For further information, rates, &c, apply to J. G. BRESLIN", Agent at Huntington. CONWAY R. HOWARD, G. T. & T. Ag't. W. M. S. Dunn, Eng. and Snp"t of Transportation. June 10, 1S75. COLUMBUS & HOCKING VALLEY RAILROAD. Sbort Hue to the Lakes and Northwest. Two Express Trains daily, (except Sunday) as follows: Depart. Depart. Athens 6:30 a. m.. ...1:25 r. m. jlrn'ce. Lancaster 3:23 a. si.. Zanesvlllo 10:45 " .. Columbus 9:55 a. M.. Cleveland 3:10 p.m.. .drri'rc. ..3:20 p. m ..5:30 " ..4:55 p. 1 . . 7:05 a. M. ..2:20 " Pittsburgh 7:00 Chicago ...7:50 " Indianapolis ... 6:30 p. u 0:00 Sprlnglleld 12:05 " ....0:50 P M uayton i:2U " ....7:55 " Toledo 8:05 " 6:35 a m Direct connections mado at Lancaster for Circlcillo,Zanesyille, and all points on the Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley R. R., and at Columbus for all points East anil West. No change of cars from Columbus to Philadelphia, New York, Indianapo lis and Chicago. W. A. MILLS, General Ticket Agent. M. M. GREENE, Jan. 21, 1S75. ly President. Pittsburg and Cincinnati Regu lar Packet. ANDES, CIIAS. MUHLEMAN, Master. ED. MUHLEMAN, Clerk. First Response to the Call of Hani Timesl Faro to Cincinnati .Reduced to THREE DOLLAIIS! r y ft Passes Gallipolis every Kmu. Wednesday eveuinr, for Cincinnati, and every Saturday evening lor nusDurgu. The Andes has just been completely repaired and repainted, and is in flrst- class condition in every particular. Jan. 7, JS74. DRUGS. ETC. H CENTENNIAL a Drug Store, R GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. "JJ Dye Stuffs, (Jr , Paints, ' Oils, Varnishes, Patent Jlcdieines, Choice Liquors, f Toilet Articles, o FANCY GOODS, v D Dnunoisra' Sundkies, Jj"5 9 EVERYrillNOI JgJ PRESCRIPTIONS!! Jan. 13, 1870. ly. Eagle Drugstore Dr. J. C. BATHBURN 0 IN HIS NEW STAND. A NEW AND FULL LINE DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Patent Medicines, PERFUMERY, Combs, Brushos, Window- Glass, Fancy Goods, &c. A general fallitiffoff in Prices along the whole line, to suit the times. REMEMBER sign of the EAGLE between Dages and H. V. Elias'. March 30, 1878.