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—AND— RULES AND REGULATIONS. —OF THE— 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, style, endurance-and ac tlon to be considered rather than speed for short distances. 1st -2i prein. prem Stallion. 4 years old and over $8 $4 do 3 years old and under 4.. 5 3 do 2 years old and under 3.. 4 2 do 1 year old and under 2.. 3 2 Mare, 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 do lyear 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- sey, Oscar Bowley, W. S. Newton. ENTRY BOOK 2 Horses for General Purposes. Stallion, 4 years old and oyer $8 $4 do 3 years old and under 4.. 5 3 do 2 years old and under 3.. 4 2 do 1 year old and uudcr 2.. 3 2 Suckiner horse colt 2 Hare. 4 years old and over 4 2 do 3 years old and under 4 3 2 do 2 years old and under 3 3 2 Filly, 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.. 3 2 do 1 year old and under 2. . 2 Awarding Committee. J. Windon, J. AY". Cherington, TV. H. McCormick, ENTRY BOOK 3. Sweepstakes on Horses. Stallion for light harness, to be exhibited in harness $4 Pair match horses or marcs, to be exhibited in harness 8 Horse or Mare, for light harness, to be exhibited in harness... 4 Pair horses for light harness, without regard to sex or color 5 2 .AIU.CI. yjk till.UWi 7ULU.U. ...... u rHorse. mare or gelding, trotting SgplSTa harness, mile heats, best 3 cfes In 5. 3 to enter. 2 to start: the rf&3& hnrsn to eet cither nremlum mnst beat 2:40 100 GO Horse, marc or gelding, pacing in harness, mile heats, best 2 in 3. 3 to enter. 2 to start 15 10 I Above Dremlnms to fast hones open to all. On the entries for trotting and pacing ten per cent, on premium must no pam on entrance. Trotting, open to horses in the County only $10 0 Shod horse, premium to smith. . 2 0 Brood mare, with one or more of her colts 5 3 Awarding Committee. Lewis Lind sey, D. Y. Smithers, J. P. Aleshire. Entry fee 50 cents on all animals two years old and over.- This applies to entry books 1, 2 and 3. Stalls and hay furnished to all ani mals free. All animals to be owned by exhibitor. ENTRY BOOK 4 Asses and Mules. Jack, age considered $5 $3 Mule, three years, old or over. . . 3 2 do 2 years old and under 3. . 3 2 do lyear old and under 2... 2 1 Sucking mule colt 2 1 Pair mules, age considered 4 2 Awarding Committee. J. A. Mor rison, John Pepple, C. S. Mills. ENTRY BOOK 5. Cattle. Bull, 3 years old and over $5 $3 do between 2 and 3 years old.. 3 2 do between land 2 years old.. 3 2 do calf 3 2 Cow, 3 years old and over 5 3 do between 2 and 3 years old.. 3 2 Heifer,between 2 and 3 y'rs old.. 3 2 do I year old and under 2 .. . 3 .2 do calf 3 2 Awarding Committee. J. W. Stecn bergen, J. W. Smith, W. H. Eagle. ENTRY BOOK 6. ENTRY BOOK 6. Cattle--Sweepstakes. Bull, any age or breed $8 Breeding cow, with 1 or more of her calves 8 Bullock, 3 years old and over. . 3 Yoke ofoxen,3y'rs old and over 5 Best herd of one hull and four cows or heifers 10 Awarding Committee. C. T. Bcale, J. W. Steenbergen, P. Gills. ENTRY BOOK 7. Sheep. Short wool'buck $3 Short wool ewe 3 Long wool buck 3 do ewe 3 Pair lambs 2 Three or more fat sheep 3 Awarding Committee. E. E. Wad dell, J. J. Blazer, J. W. McCormick. ENTRY BOOK Swine. [To Include all dark breeds.] Boar, over years $3 $1 do 1 year old and under 2 2 Sow, over 2 years old 2 l do 1 year old'ahd under 2 ... 2 1 Five pigs under B months old.. 2 1 To include all white breeds. Boar over 2 years old ..$3 do 1 year old and under 2 2 Sow over 2 years old .- 3 do 1 year old and under 2 2 Five under C months old. 2 Sweepstakes. isoar, any, age or breed 5 o Sow, any age or breed 5 0 Awarding Committee. G. W. Eagle, jonn iverns, j. iu. jverr. ENTRY BOOK 9. Poultry. Collection poultry $2 jrair umcKens any Dreeu do Whlte'Leghorns do Brown Leghorns do Dark Brahmas do Light Brahmas.., do Houdan .do Game . do Poland, white do Poland, black . do" Black Spanish do Ducks, Silesian do Ducks, Muscovy .... do Bronze Turkeys do Geese..., -U.- .... do Guinea fowls do Peafowls.... Display Thirds.... , Pair Buff Cochins do White Cochins do Partridge Cochins do Gray DorklBgs. . 3estcbckand.2b.eu3 any breed.. Awarding Committee. D. W. Da yies, C. C. Kerr, A. S. Bing. ENTRY BOOK 10. Agricultural Implements and Machinery. Reaper and mower combined. . Self-rater y Reaper Mower - mi n.tnrrmRPhinfi . ...... Wire-tooth sulky hay-rake.... ji a Revolving hay-rake ' 1 Hay-loauing macmue 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 SIde-hlll do Fanning mill. ; Scraper Grain drill (two horse) do (one horse) Garden seed drill Grass broadcast sewiug-machlnei ? f Corn planter (horse power)."!. !r Potato planter."... . -'" Corn Cultivator (two horse)., do (one horse).. Corn shocking cutting machine Clover seed harvester.. . j Grain Wilder : ".'; Lawn mower Grain cradle do rake Hayrakei., .... Garden rake..... Cider mill, for horse., do for hand.. Cane mill, for horse.. Farm gate..,. Ox yoke Mattock Post hole digger Potato digger Corn shelter Well pump.. Cistern pump Greatest display of Agricultural im plements by one exhibitor.. Awarding Committee. Samuel Rothgeb, G. W. Bing, J. S.. Mills. ENTRY BOOK 11. Household Implements. Knitting machine.. Sewing machine... Washing machine and wringer Churn , 'Clothes-horse Cheese-press Meal-Chest Cooking'stove Parlor do Heating do Half-dozen brooms.. 1 Awarding Committee. McCo3 Ralston, Mrs. D. W. Davics, Mrs. A. S. Bing. ENTRY BOOK 12. Vehicles. Two-horse family carriage $5 Covered buggy 4 Open uo Trotting do Farm wagon 2 Express wagon Awarding Committee. D. R..S, Schafler, S.'J. Kerr, W. C. Hay ward. ENTRY BOOK 13. Manufactures. Set carriage harness $2 Saddle and bridle 2 Display tinner's work Uo do do do do do do do do do do cooper's work 1 carpenters worK i cabinet work shoemaker's work foundry work tanner's and currier's work, marble cutter's work, - - -painting and graining, dentistry, - - - -blaeksniithing, -gunsmithing, "r Awarding Committee. S. II. Gates, James Gills, James Gatewood. ENTRY BOOK 14. Fine Arts. Show of miiitiiifs. nortraltS' and drawings $3 Display steel engravings Photographic display Oil painting Chromo Water color painting Crayon sketch Pencil drawing Elevation and plan of house. Awarding Committee S. Y. "VVas- soii, Mrs. J. T. Talbott, Miss Sallie Hulbert. ENTRY BOOK 15. Ornamental Work. Specimen shell work .- do leaf and flower work.. do bead work do fancy work do feather work do wax fruit ,. do wax flowers Case hair work $1 2 1 1 2 2 2 Specimen netting do crochet 1 Awarding Committee J. T. Tal bott, Mrs A. Vance, Mrs. J. E. Mills. ENTRY BOOK 16. Ladies' Needle Work. Piece ornamental work Ottoman cover Embroidered collar Braided work Silk embroidery Chcnile 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 UeU quilt (quilted on machine). Awarding Committee J. D. Bai ley, Miss A. C. Bryan, Mrs. J. J. Pool. ENTRY BOOK 17. Domestic Articles. yards home-made flannel $2 00 Ten yards factory 2 00 Ten yards home-made jeans 2 00 Ten yards factory jeans 2 00 Pair blankets .... 2 00 Ten yards rag carpet....!." 2 00 Ten yards yarn carpet " :i 00 Five yards linen cloth " 2 00 Five yards or over, dressed flannel 2 00 Hearthrug j qq Coverlet 2 00 Pair woolen gloves . '. 50 uo uo- mittens, by hand do do socks, by hand do do stockings, by hand..-, do cotton stockings, bv hand... A warding Committee W. 50 50 50 50 Y. Miles.-Miss Laura Keller, Mrs: F. M, womeiaorn. ENTRY BOOK 18. Grains and Seeds. Greatest varieties of grain and seed, J bushel each, $3 Half-bushel-white wheat .'. ... 1 do red do do do oats... corn . rya do do do barley 1 buckwheat.. ... . v ..... ., 1 flax seed. .'. ."..."..'" 1 Peck timothy seed;... "... l Peck clover seed l Greatest variety or corn, 6 ears each .1 Articles of this class must txi jirfoira by the exhibitor. Awarding Committee S. G.Kel ler, C. A, Guthrie, E,. S: Neal, ENTRY BOOK 19. Vegetables. Three varieties potatoes, one peck eacn, marteu ana laueieu i w Half-bushel peach blow potatoes . . 50 uo early rose 00 . . do late rose do .. 50 do Brown well do .. 50 do Peerless do CO do Harrison do .. 50 do Indiana prem. do .. BO fin awvor. do . . 50 Peck tomatoes 59 do onions Half-dozen cabbage 50 Greatest variety pumpkins and squashes, 3 each 2 jjO Pumpkin Melon ."-VV , x rsrifai-vnrietvofmellons,3cacn. 1 00 Half-peck peppers W do lima beans &0 do white beans 60 An rorn beans uo Specimen celery o0 do table turnip3 50 do carrots, 12 in number . . 50 do table beets. 12 in number 50 fin mansrelwurzel. 12 in No 60 do Darsnios. 12 in number. . .50 do eMr Dlants. 3 in number. 60 nt-AAtrst varietv of field and irarden vegetables.' named and labeled.. 3 00 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. G each by one exhibitor $3 00 Greatest variety oi apples, o ear-n.. i uu Six sorts winter apples, 6 each 1 00 Six sorts fall apples , G each : 1 00 Half-bushel Rome beauties 50 do russets 50 do northern spy 50 do bell flower ou do Rambo -. 60 do Prior's red 50 do wine sap 60 do Ben Davis 60 do Smith's cider 50 Dozen any sort 60 Greatest variety peaches, G each. . . 1 00 Half-bushel peaches, size and quali ty considered 1 00 Dozen peaches 50 Greatest variety pears, G each 1 00 Dozen pears 60 Half-bushel quinces 1 00 Greatest variety grapes 1 00 Six bunches grapes 1 00 Pint monthly rasnberries 50 Collection pljims 60 Awarding Committee J. H. Guthrie, John Morton, Jonathan Middlcswarth. ENTRY BOOK 21. Flowers. Display dowers by one exhibitor. . . do cut dahlias Greatest variety of verbenas do do of roses cut do do of cut flowers Display pot plants do foliage plants do asters do geraniums do pansies 'Winter boquets Display boquets Hanging basket Floml ornaments '. . . Awarding Committee A. P. Rod gere, Mrs. A. Dennis, Mrs. P. A banns. ENTRY BOOK 22. Bread, Cake & Dairy Products. Pound cake .- $ Sponge cake Ornamental cake Marble cake Jelly cake Fruit cake Greatest variety air-tight fruits do do jellies do do pickles do do catsup ..... do do preserves . . do do jam Five pounds, orover.iioney in comb.. Ten do do home-made cheese Domestic bread 1 Brown bread-. Corn bread 1 Rusk 1 Crackers 1 Five pounds of maple sugar 1 Gallon of maple molasses 1 Gallon of sorghum molasses 1 Five pounds butter, made any time. Ten pounds of lard 1 Baker's bread A warding Committee Win. Nash Mrs. S. H. Gates, Mrs. C. A. Guth rie. ENTRY BOOK 23. Miscellaneous Articles. Awarding Committee A. A Lyon, R. C. Johnston, R. Coleman General Rules and Regulations. 1. The grounds and buildings will be ready tor receiving articles lor exhlbi ultiou on Wednesday, beptemuer 27th at which time and until the end of the exhibition, the hall and grounds will be under charge of careful and prudent men both day and night. Every exer tion will be used for the protection of property on exhibition, but theAssocra tion will not be responsible for any loss or damage that may occur. 2. The gates will bo open every day at 8 o'clock A. 31., at which time every omcer is expected to bc funis post. 3. rue 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 bo an intermission' of one hour for dinner. 4. Entries can be made at any time uetore the lair, and up to iu o'clock ou Thursday, but no later, except entries for fast driving, which can be made up to iu a. m., ot tne third uay ot the lair, (A great deal of time will be saved by making entries oelore the f air.) 5. No premium shall be awarded to any stock or article, even should there be no competition, unless the judges shall deem such specially deserving. G. Feed will be luruished by the As sociation wiiuour, cuarge, to all stock entered for exhibition. But for stock not exhibited, a charge of one dollar per uay eacn wm oe maue lor horses, and. fifty cents for cattle. 7. No person except owners of stock, the judges, the ollicers of the Society. marshals, reporters of the press, and the necessary grooms will be allowed in side the arena while stock is being ex' mimed. 8. All grain, seeds, fruits, and other vegetable productions, must be of the laru crop, and raised by the exhibitor. y. JNo article exhibited in competi tion shall be removed from the grounds until the close ot the Fair, without per mission from the officer iu charge of the department. 10. JNo marks or ownership allowed on articles entered lor- exhibition mi til after awards are made, when sales can be" negotiated for delivery at the close of the Fair. 11. Entry cards will be furnished by the secretary ar, tne time entries are made (showing the department, class and number as entered at the office). wiiicu must; oe aicacnea to the article ex hibited. 12. No person will be allowed tn In- tenero witn tne judges, or attemnt in any way to influence their decision: In -1, At T . ' an audi wises me juuges snail have power 10 exciuuc tne person so intei-for. Ing from exhibiting in the class then be ing judged. if. .No omnibus, carrlasre. hack, nr VuaS7' running jor nire, snail enter the grounds, but must discharge and receive passengers at the footman's gate. : 14. No disorderly conduct will bn permitted, a police will be on the ground to prevent the same, and see that good order and decorum are observed. 15. Committeemen who have articles on exhibition will be required to with draw from the deliberations of such committee when their own articles are being judged, r J. I 16. Judges are required not to give encouragement to over-fed animals, In the breeding classes. 17. Animals exhibited 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 bo led or driven, except colts and calves accompanying the dam. 19. Awarding committees will re move the entry tickets from all animals or articles taking premiums, and after marking first or 2d premium thereon, as entitled, return it to the Secretary, so he may make up his 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, aud which are entitled to special men tion, the judges are desired to attach a white ribbon, and in this manner refer them to tho Directors. "Entries can be made at any time at the office of the Secretary, near the Court-house. Terms of Admission. Single tickets for adults, each day25cts. Children 10 years of age and un der, each day 10 cts. Horse, horse aud buggy, or horses aud wagon, each day 25 cts. There will be no family or member ship tickets sold. Call at office of Secretary for pro gramme oi exniDitiou. 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 and Ponltry D. Y. SMITHERS. Superintendentof Machinery and Manufactures W. F. U ANN AN". Superintendent df Fruits, Grains, Seeds, and Vegetables J. E. MILLS. Superintendent of nails, S. H. GATES. Superintendent of Track, WM. CHERINGTON. Officers of Agricultural Society. President C. D. BAILEY. Vice President.... ISAAC BOATMAN Secretary. , Treasurer ..JOHN C. VANDEN. J. J. POOL. E. A. STONE. J. E. MILLS. S. H. GATES. W. F. H ANNAN. WM. CHERINGTON. D. Y. SMITHERS. Managers. June 1. 1876. CHOICE , -CHEAT TEAS. EXCLUSIVE Agency for The United States Tea Co. Just received a large invoice of Fine Young Hyson; only 55 cts. per lb. C D KE&R & BB0t No. 1 Drouillard Block. Jan. G, 1876. Blacksmithing. THE subscriber has re-opened his Blacksmith Shop, at the old stand, on Third Street, where lie asks his old friends to call and see him. i.very branch of the business will receive prompt attention. March 4. 1875. look nmm mt t Just brought on, and on hand, Here at my oiu stand, Where you will find the Goods to please, Everybody in country, and Galllpolis; I therefore invite you all Let me have a friendly call. As I am prepared to offer the public Select Stock of CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, TRUNKS, VALISES, Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes, 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 misrep resented my goods, but have given to all the full value for thoir money. Orders for Custom Suits, Dusters, Ul sters and Summer Capes, promptly tilled. J. H WEIL. April 13, 187G. DOUILLARD BLOCK. c. i. n k io. 1 Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS 2 3 JOURNAL OFFICE. 4 Wholesale and Eetail Dealer in m&WSM AW I41OT GROCERIES. Talbott Commission AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE! Cutlery, CUins, &e, Second St., ... above Public Square. August 19, 1S75. Time is Money; Economy is Wealth! Farmers' Friend Grain Drill, Malta Shovel Plows, Pittsburgh Plows and Points, Mowers and Reapers, Churns, Cook Stoves, fcc., . HARDWARE endless variet3', at prices lower than ever.. TatBOTT & G0T Bailey's Block. May 11.J876. L. McLkak. F. A. GuniRm. McLean & guthrtb, Attorneys-at-Law, Winfield, Putnam' County, West Va. Practice In Putnam anil nil in! nine counties. All business entrusted to them will receive prompt attention. juiircn mj. iBiti. iv Buggiesjor Sale. nAVE'Buggies and Spring Wagons for sale or exchango for Horses, Cattle. H07S.-&R. Call at Vlntnn Oh In The best of bargains offered. W. F. BUTLER, Vinton. Ohio. April 20, 1876,-amos J ':,- v.- & Co., Merchants, Valuable Mill Prop ertyfor Salel The property knowu as the HAKRISBUKG FLOUIUNG MILLS, with SAW MILL, several acres of land. iucludinga frame dwelling-house choice fruit trees, convenlentout-bulldlngs, &c. fUTlLL HOUSE 30x40, three-story.- J3A. French Burr Mill Stones with Mill for grinding corn ; Improved Smut Jllll; iJiitcu Anchor .Bolting (Jlotu The machinery with Its attachments ar ranged with an eye to durability, capaci ty aud convenience. These Mills enjoy a large patronage and the purchaser will have nothing to do but go at once Into active business. A rare chance for a bargain as tho owner is ueterinineu to sell, intending to go west iyai. n. ivuuu, Harris P. O.. Gallia Co.. Ohio. Jan, 20. 1876. Lumber for Sale. T HE undersigned is prepared to fur- nisu any one with WHITE OAK LUMBER, SUCK AS JOICE, PICKETS, SCANTLING, FENCING, And, any kind you want at $1 per 100 feet, at the Mill, or $1 50 delivered. Please send yonr orders to CHRISTOPHER GOETTING, Rodney P. O., Gallia Co., Ot June 8, 1870. 4 w a IMPORTANT NOTICE TO GENTLEMEN: TVe are the authorized Agents of the- Celebrated Champion Reaping and Mowing: Maehine, Which lias no equaHn America. It is the acknowledged CHAMPION OF THE WORLD, In Machine circles. Also the SWEEPSTAKES and SPRINGFIELD THRASHING MACHINES, The Best in use. Bnekeye and Hoosier Grain Drills. " Keep on hand Wagons, Buggies and Plows, of all the best qualities. Manufacturers of Harness, of all kinds. We have White Lead, Oil, Putt)', Sash, Glass, Doors, Blinds, Lath, Shingles, Lime and Cement, all of the best quality. Also, Pi Li if lieral Harflware. COME AND SEE US I WE promise to sell lower and furnish better goods than any house in town. W'e furnish Repairs for all kind of Machines ever used in this country. Dou't be humbugged by any outside worthless machines, because they are offered at a price you think cheap, as they always prove dear in the end. June 1, 1876. 3m DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARR, tC, 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 Ever brought to this City, and, at Prices that Defy Competition! DRESS Chevoits, Checks, Cottonades, Jeans and Cassimeres, in immense quantities; Kid Gloves for every hand; Jaeconet Edgings, of every Pattern; Oleached and Itrown illiitlins, of every IS rami; A Large Assortment of Ladles' Linen Suits, Ranging- from to $10; BOOTS, SHOES, HATS & CAPS, of the best quality and at the lowest figures; GROCERIES in great variety, cheap as the cheapest. 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 GLASS DISH, or from a SAUCER up to the finest FRENCH CHINA Set. An extensive line of .TABLE CUTLERY, Lamps and Lamp Fixtures; TIN-WARE, and hundreds of things too numerous to mention; All, remember, at the Lowest Prices. B0-COUNTRY PRODUCE REMEMBER THE PLACE, CHARMS MACK'S, TMrd Street, one door above AlesMre's Mill, Gaflipofis, OMo. May 11, 187C. Dages' JOHN IIACrES m THE FIELD AND FULLY EQUIPPED Willi the largest, fullest, completest, best selected and cheapest of BOOTS U .. SHOES Ever brought to G ALLIPOLIS. He defies competition, denies that he will be under sold, and invites everybody, mammqte: spbiitg- stock:, Bought with ready money, Profits and Quick Sales. Call eanly and often. "Special attention to April 13, 1876. J. M. KERB & CO. GOODS, IN 9 taken in exchange for all kinds Grangers and Middlemen Doings ! and tobe sold at the very lowest notch possible. Small our own Manufacture. FARMERS! PILES; 3 of Goods, at both Stores. included, to call and see his JOHN DAGES. NEW TANNERY. HIDES i0 BAHK WANTED at tlie New Tannery, for which the highest prices will be paid In Cash. Two doors below the old Dages Tan Yard. JOS. BLICKLE. The highest price in cash naid for Old Bark. April 13, J86,-6m Notice. X WM. B. TRUMP, now doing busl- ncis in the city of Uallipoli-, Ohio, unde" the firm name of 311 LI. Kit & TRUMP, have this day, by agreement, withdrawn from Raid linn. All claims due said firm, and also all indebtedness now existing against said firm of.MIL LER & TltUaiP will bo arranged by HENRY h. MILLER, who is hereby authorized, on my part, to collect ail bills due said .Arm uiid nay oil' all thej Indebtedness now existing. Tills 17th day of June, 187C. WILLIAM B. TRUMP. June 22, 1876. DRUGS. ETC. PAIJVTS! PAINTS! White Lead, Linseed Oil, ' Spirits Turpentine, Benzine, Varnish, , Paint Brushes, Window OIas3, &c.t &c, For sale at SANNS DRUG STORE, May 14, 1874.