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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 December 1863

'it 1 Tt -Wk w Jl' Jl' ic l .Oil' Lin OS t Jv " 1 O - I.. 10 J.- i 3 t'Ji p dtfcttt IfeB'T'' 'ggggg 1 ' n i it " ' r - -- - - rSJWABLT, Ediior and Preprlclor. "TRUTH -jl i - : . . v. 1 Volume XXIX. GALLIPOL I S , OHIO, E ' C E M B E 1" V- ... 'S Number !4 Selected Poetry. BURIAL OF THE BEAUTIFUL. Where shall ithe dead and the beautiful sleeD? . In the Tale where the, willow and cypress weep; Where the wind of thi West breathes its soft est sigh,, . Where the silverv stream is flowing nigh, And the pure clear drops of ita rising sprays Glisten lite gems in thebright moon's rays Where the sun's warm smile' may nerer dis pel Kight's tears o'er, the form we lov'd so welt In the, rale where the sparkling waters flow, "WhVra lic &irMt aad earliest riolets prow: Wtiere the aky ami tfeeieMtaw 'oOijr.6dr jsury ,ner mere, uury ucc uit mm.- .hall thVS dead and the beautiful mm wiM flowers bloom in the ralley deep: Where the sweet robes of spring may softly rest In purity over tie sleeper's...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 December 1863

Gallipolis Journal. K. It. STEWART, Editor. i?"rAt 81.50. invariably in advance. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, : : DEC. 17, 1863. v!-JrtJ3T6e Jfrenlaifdn ofthe Journal is much larger than snj other paper pub ".slied ';twjeisuty, and it is read by the most enJerprsioivprosperaiw,rsBd intelligent classes,.. .AdyertiseraentB, ia- . BCrieu.l I.. WHI y4 icnu.vji n iuicjiu . j. portion of ' the citizen of the county, -'and no investment pays, a business man rso,'well asUhe money' spent in j.udiaout Ji advertising. The business, capacity- of .everyiman k measured by the com sounity according as he tales pains to ' 'make known bis place , of doing busi- Vness, and the line of business he is . pursuing. No man ever yet lost any thine 'by' advertising. No man ever : -gained 'anything by neglecting to do so, jt"rThe advance in paper, printing material, and labor, is being seriously :. elt by our colemporaries, many of them advancing their subscription price "''25 per cent. The Journal 8S y...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 December 1863

WEEKLY REPORT OF U. S. GENERAL HOSPITAL, GALLIPOLIS, O. HOSPITAL, GALLIPOLIS, O. Week ending, Saturday, Dec. 12, 1863. EeafufoJcg al lait-ttort, g7. AdntftteSfnce last report: 97. 3Sas A. Barton, Priva& Co. E, Marva.r-1. A.: Jeje?Bennett, Prj Ce66, 2nd ,7 Geeree'JV". Fal!raC6. C,.6tb Va. V I. ' ' V '- Bebert' Johnson, PrivatiCo. 0, 5tb fiira WlsePrirate, Co.X, 5th Va. ViJL ""Returned to doty since last.report: At t t 7 i:-tl a: unrisunn iimuaugi,. cnmic, oiiu maud's Battery ,- J.-C.HcVickfcr, Private, Co..I, 12th O. J. I. Discharged since Jnst .report: WysttPowdy, Prirale, Co. A, 9It O. V. I. Remaining in Hospital, 100. The Monitor Wehawken sanlr on the 6 Ih snst. -whilst at anchor instde of Charleston Bar, a furious gale raging at the .time. Four engineers and twenty ix men were droowned. The accident is attributed to bad management, as no other vessel met with a like misibtune. It is expected that she will be raised, WouEir Steosobb Than Oxm. It is related of a. certain New En...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 December 1863

Farmer's Department. . Yolooiary correspondence for jthis, column, solicited from anof put jive farmers who may find time, and appropriate, subject. The present, long j-.winter ereniogs afford the 'first, and no .enterprising farmer need lack the other. In every township, we know " 1 jonng farmers who are competent to write suitable articles, based upon their ;'on, or the experience of their fathers. - Short and to the point is what we most . desire. . The, ".fixin" up' for the Jour nal will be attended to. Anything de ' 'signed for the "Farmer's Department," should reach us by Friday morning of each week. GRAPE GROWER'S MAXIMS. 1,1 .1.. Prepare the ground in' the Fall, 'Plant in the Spring. " ' 2.; Giro the Tine plenty of .manure, ' plda'nd well decomposed, for fresh ma rjure excites growth, but does not ma ture it. ;3. Luxuriant growth does not al ways ensure fruit. ' .4.. Diet deen. but. Dlant shallow. 5U Vbung vines produce" beautiful i iron,-but. old vines produce the richest 6...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 December 1863

Gallipolis Journal. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, SXTOTXD MntlCCtAtzr 'TO THE- HTISXm OT oaixia cocirrr. It. I..V STEWART, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. J3TAt $1.50. invariably in advance. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. Selected Poetry. A LOYAL WOMAN'S NO. No! i my answer from this cold, bleak ridge Down to your valley; yon rosy rent yon . there; The gulf is wide, and,-none can build a bridge That' four gross weight would safely hither bear. 'Krv me, it you will. I look at yon With something that is kinder far than scorn, I -Aid think. "Ah, well! I might hare 0TivVnd. Inn I I might have walked there, fettered and T .m nf tinlnre weak as others are! I might hare chosen comfortable ways; Once from these heights I shrank, beheld afar, In thesoftlapof quiet, easy days. I might (I will not hide it) cnce miirht Have lost, in the warm whirlpools of your voice, VUc .on.o of VM'. the stern err of Hitrht: But Truth has steered me free, and I re joice: Not with the triumph that looks back to At thepoor herd that c...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 December 1863

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. At $1,50, invariably in advance GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : DEC. 31, 1863. atyBeforelhisnamberof the Journal uh& hare reached many of. oar readers, tne old jear, with its sorrows, ilood sbed.'.aod" accumulated horrors of war, Vill hare passed away forerer. During Us progress we harp faithfully endearored lo-dlsoharge our duty wra" pabrcoaroaIut,aDd spared no 'labor to furnish our patrons the worth of tfieir" money. For the noble manner in which they have sustained us, we tender them our sincere thanks. With greatly increased confidence in being still more nobly sustained in our efforts on behalf of Hum anity. Justice, and-Freedom, we enter upon tbetyear 1 864; with tbe deterataation, if pos sible, to render the Journals welcome visitor at .erery loyal fire-side in Gallts county, . Judging from what is said of it by our cotemporanes, tne Journal nas ai ways occupied a high rank among Southern Ohio ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 December 1863

Notice IS hereby jfiywl ttarJaeSbRhoads hasf; of land in If. R. qyrter N- WVqBarter, sec tion 34, tow&6,njfl Gallia aunty, Ohio, sold for taxes Jannaryl3. 1S6S." " ' . WM. WASH, A. a? C. Dee-34,-1863. 3v. Wanted. I "WAST aeod'dflwtr&ii wil iths email lamuyj root snows cowKj-.tio jjrmosi any igSBch. aa" shoemaker, closer, mate thingeach a shoemaker, closer, make Chairs, yc l would like to winter him lor an introduction. Call and seef meat Guy an township, Gallia county, O. , ' ' 3 llENRY SWINDLER iDeA 31. 1863. " -5 "r Administrator's Notice, TTOTIOE is .hereby gi fren.'that I have been IS'dolV-appointed Administrator of the Estate ol D4Biel:T. Evans late or Raccoon township, deceased ' s All. .persons indebted to said estate, are notified 'to pay up, and- those having claims against it, will present them to -me duly an- thentieated for settlement, at Centre ville, uama county, unio. JOHN Dec 31, 1863. W. THOMAS. MME. DEMOREST'S MIRROR OF FASHIONS. PUBLISHED QUARTERLY, AT 473...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 December 1863

U. S. 5-20's. fTmi S&BETARY OF THE TREA-'-TCTOULI -I-'6TJRY1 yet given notice of any in-' to withdraw this popular Loan from Salsat Par.and nntUteacurys notice is given. tha ondersignsd a "General Subscription Agent,? will ecmtiima to-supply the publie. Tha whoh amount cf tie Lin authorized, Fit1 Hundred Millions" of Dollara. Nearly Three Hundred Millions hare been already mbieribodor and paid, into tha Treasury, taotuy wimin ma last six mania, , bslanee, (Two Hundred Million!.) is hardly infBeient to furnish the baala lor circulating rotas for the National Banking Association, sow rapidly organizing n P" of country. Balea during May, Jnns and July, reached frequently Two Millions, Daily. It ia con fidently expected that the talea will again in creae e, eipeeially m a large foreign demand (moatly from Germany,) baa lately sprungup, w"hiebtJ likely to abaorb One orTwo Milliont, weekly. A, very abort' period only mutt elapse before thia Loan if wholly absorbed, and aa it if well k...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 January 1864

Gallipolis Journal. rmiti - newspaper;' iiEVOTEli PABTICULABLY, TO , si SUE INTERESTS 10F , :;.f. .jtZTAi fl. 50, invariably in swlvsncs. JVM E. STEWART, iriirofi And ksopeietobI : ' tsssssssassw W i Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. THEY WILL BE DONE. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. THEY WILL BE DONE. BY JOHN G. WHITTER. . no:! . W i sat. know net: all our way J4 e&:w Js night; with The nlone-ie dr, ..;. ,0 From oat the torrent1! troubled dn ft, , r a. : cuc-j 3." Thy irill bt-'deacty -':'';. fih iiy frO, w r ; . r fiat h we tomknipUit,. .4 !o )filuple4 in time like tbee J ;r, . - The-weeimcM of urtoreof eeTA.f. :.. V ber witli lolemn thnkfulnem . Dur burden op, nor ak it lew, Ad count it oy tiit . Myuffr,tTe,or wito Tbee, , . s .i : Thy will be donel - :r..--.'i, 91 ; -.'" Vhondionm M Tet m bnt and line. . We tnoe Thy piCtate'e wise deeign, ' And thank Thee that our enpphea The dark relief of aaerifiee, .. f .-.-.c: Thy will be done...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 January 1864

c t ' ' - 1 1 . ' - - - ? in. advance! - jr.; t - j 6ALL1POUS. ' TlHBSDAvfc AN: I,'-1864. TO CORRESPONDENTS. jiMtm fcee-egvin WtanevoidaMv erowi out -Skallpcitie!)r appeep Mrt wek, llhoJjifwiU occupy, maw epeoe then we will eibrd " . ... '"'' -' - 1 8erAUeiielr in'-tocmnuUted en ear teble, whieB. by lepee of time, hT breocc eiak. .'Dvr eflrnepoadeoU will place btmr - in amd tbei we eleim the- txoloiir rieht of de- eiiisr for or egeinet the publioetioa of uy. artic& ' If they- find one excluded, they AaaU by tgil" W eolicft load itema from erery townehip. ::r "!-" - ";- " TDbAig ;tIie.lf .'month, our list frBabcnberbM been incrttsed ty the addition of sixtjr'hamea, near ly"! taiHL" Our "bid" subsmbers, hare also been very "punctual in re nffrfeg" aeir" ; wibajSriptiona wija" the ady&nc" jof 81,50.-- Since we hare sjctH&fc feimtroi of the Journal it has loati' "bat four-- abacribera "one of thenof-oux own will, the others we. prejiTTi nwitig. tA. e. mmtf -tepftr in the mat...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 January 1864

Local Matters. THE members of Ariel VJfLoDGB, No. 156, I. O. O. F. tnt of. their Hail, m.Vrresuwinw a bnildin?. every Friday evening at 7 O'clock P. M. A full attendance IS parnesthr tfibliested.'. . T rSSn. GJi " I Several of our exchanges iiv selected their candidates for the SJidency. We think they have as much right to name a candidate as the "National Union Conscrrativfe, Copperhead Committee" "which nominated "litulmak" at Washing ton, the other day. At least we claim that much for the Journal Our choice first, last, and always, is A TtwuOrinridp-e Dem-t MH 2, .wiarldt hAnit Bea. Butler. . We have a ngnt to our preferences without giving a reason,,not only ia this, hutin mat ters of.frfrate interest ' For in stancf uSrtWe' to select a jeweller, -on whose word relative to his wares w.,ll aafelv rely, who do you ilr w would nominate? Why I Shober. of Wrse.: ' He is a clever fellow, ."any i way jo Uke Besides he advertises liberal which proves ' hii' fcusinsilqUnMcations. Girfth1...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 January 1864

Farmer's Department. i ."win r ?rMr. James W. "Woroeldorffof Spiklltft)n14pi' fcasvfplaed'o onr table "two pw4men of Wlracco, maiufactured from ' lis -crop 4.tiie past fyear TEe general appearance ef the article Is very fine, and we think fully equal to .tj greater proportion oiC manufactured , tobacco -aow in BarketnHeinfonngBS that the pro cess which it hasjret to tmdergo, will id4.aTery:'gretij to ita quality and fino pjearance-'. si5 " The subject, wcthkik, is-one 5of county. Thefcrop r. 1863 was fair, and lew brjuteefby frost than in my ther Jocalnj-nortnor tna Ohio river. Yet very few of our live farmers gave it any attention. .-The enormotis price now paidfor good tobacco, and which it will command fortwo years to come, should induce- every one to planttlie next season. -. ? rj iy!:,'Vf!oineldorff's mode of manu factttriag will'-certainly increase the value of his -crop one-hatf more "than if sold la -the leaf. ; ' Farmers would do , well to, ascertain from hLni the mann er i...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 January 1864

Gallipolis Journal. A FAME! NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PABTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. R. Tj. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. COME BACK TO ME. Cora back to me! oh. once again Enfold me to yerar loving heart Let ma hear those thrilling words: "We never never mora shall part" Come back to me! The morning brings No ray of light, no joy to me; : . . My soul is one eternal night I cannot tew'apart from thee. Comeback to me! Let not the smiles ' Of others weaken lore's fni?tifni In thy heart, bot turn to one ' Who lores thee with a firm devotion. : Come bask to me! Fonrive sa And bless me with thy smile once replace my image in toy Heart, And lore me as in dars of yore. Come back to me! and in lore's barque We'll float together down life's stream; And, bless'd with mntnal lore, each hour Shall pass a pleasant, blissful dream. AN EVERYDAY STORY. BY ANNIE. One day in Angnst when the snn did east ! in owning wry darts on all below. And made all pa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 January 1864

il&ttlltftftTtC 4i fftlT Yt ft I' wA.w 1 . T,.,.Tnr ttttttoti i TiT?n , AiAJtLLuI JUCiVlDxArXill, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY- It. I.. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS. I THURSDAY, : : : JAN. 28, 1864 j j TO CORRESPONDENTS. Linx to "H." um too late for our lut iune. They ara very good, but th crowded state of our eolnmnt compels us to put them'j with other mio uteri pt, to be published when space will permit. T. M We may publish the letter front 'Two Ladles tf GaUipoIis," next week, if only to show the folly of such eorresondeoce. It may deter others from doing the same thing. J. L. The "Bospiul report" is published by us as am item of news, withoutoharge. We can afford it, so your idea of it being a bill of expense to the Hospital, goes for nothing. This week, it has been unavoidably crowded out. M. !fow that we hare your real name, your article shall appear next week. TO MY FRIENDS. As I shsll be absent from Galli polis for a few weeks, tho...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 January 1864

Local Matters. ' 1. 0. o. r. . THE members of Ariel Sniffy-!? T - XT 156, L 0. O. F. w- ' meet at their Hall, in Greenwood's building, every Friday evening at 7 O'clock P. M. A full attendance is earnestly requested."" P. Ralph, N. G.. H. GREGORY, Sbc't. MORNING DAWN LODGE NO. F. & A. M. k Mnnrlair nirrTit or preceding the full of the moon. r ,r . ir-i . Chapter Meets the Tuesday of:" the same week of the full of the moon- Hall, south side of Public Square. GALLIPOLIS DIVISION, NO. 73, S. OF T. X Meets at their Hall on Court Street, every Saturday night at 8 o'clock P. M. - - - GALLIPOLIS PRODUCE AND GROCERY MARKET. CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY BY C. & A. HENKING. fetTTTER EGGS CHEESE SUGAR COFFEE RICE CANDLES " laud : . pork WHISKEY MOLASSES DRIED APPLE3 DRIED PEACHES WHITE BEAKS. RED BEANS POTATOES APPLES FEATHERS HAMS SHOULDERS SIDES COAL OIL mi?v VP at. 15 and 25 cents. 15 20 20 15 15 36 9 ' 15 , :i 5 60 ' $1,00 2,50 2,50 1;25 1,'K) 2,50 40 10 10 12 - 20 " 40 " 12 i...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 January 1864

Farmers Department. For the Gallipolis Journal. ON THE CULTIVATION, SEX AND SELECTION OF STRAWBERRIES. Strawberry Plants tat of three characters; 1st staminate or male; 2nd hermaphrodite or bisexual; 3rd pistillate or female. It is indispen sably necessary, that the pistillate be accompanied bv about one twentieth part of some staminate or hermaph rodite variety, and they will then prove very productive. The cause tif so many failures in Strawberry Culture, is that many persons rather than patronize Nurserymen and pay them a low price for plants, will call on some neighbor who has a small patchy from which they can get plants for carrying them away, and they go through the same process as if good plants; they bloom very fine, but when the season arrives for fruit, to their mortification, there ii'no fruit upon the vines; so they come to the con elusion that Strawberry Culture won't pay. They happened to get a pistillate variety and the staminate or male plants had overpowered the pi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 February 1864

Gallipolis Journal. : ATiHILT KEWSPATEB, DEVOTEtJ PARTICULARLY TO -' THE INTERESTS OF EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. , Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. For the Gallipolis Journal. To JOHN S—Z. not With taunt and word eerere; Ee breaks my fond and bleeding heart, And starts the bitter tear. . And then I veep in silence, And prmy the Great unknown To bind my broken spirit tip, And leave me quite alone. fie thinks I do not lore hunt I'll seal the secret op, ' And drink, when by him proffered. The dregs of every cup. Vbat though I pine in sadness, A Smile shall light my eye) And nought but joy and gladness Shall meet the passer by. He shall not see me languish, ' Twould feed his envious pride; Ee shall not know my anguish, To spurn me from his side. Ee shall not, by oppression. E'er make, my spirit cower; Though like a worm it eateth The heart bud, and the flower. And when my weary spirit Shall bid the earth "good night," And waken in the morning Where all is pure and bright. ; O ! may some...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 February 1864

riJiJIILY,ljETVSPAPEK, DEVOTED. PARTICULARLY TO ' ; THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA- COUNTY- , m 11 1 ' " ; R. E. jSTOWART, , EDITOR :AND PROPRIETOR. 1 ' JtaTAt fl5Q invariably In advance. - ; CAIXTPOLIS. THURSDAY, : : : FEB. 4, 1864. TO CORRESPONDENTS. W. Onr iiibaeription priea U a low m we m afford. . To ioKrt your ad'rtianat. ad tt& taa aapar ma year at yoor offer, wooid not pay coat. . , ; A, We hava eoneladad sot to paUiih the kttsraoftvoyonngladiea.' Tba mci kuowl tdgtot tkam being ia Ike pabUahara handt. will probably hare tha deaircd efrei v vara iBgothtaa. - JT. H. Tocr eotrmnraicatioB cama too late far thi week'i paper. TO MY FRIENDS. '.As I shall be absent from Galli polia for a few weeks, those indebted to me for subscription to the Galli polis Journal to November 19, 1863, will please make payment to Mr. Hkkkt Gregort, foreman of the Journal office, who is authorized to receipt for.me during my absence. JAMES HARPER. - yWe have been kindly furnished the manuscript of a Ser...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 February 1864

Local Matters. - I.O. O. F. THE members of Abixl FLodgb,No. 156, LO. U. r. meet at their Hall, in ureenwooa building, every Friday evening at 7 o'clock P. M. A full attendance is earnestly requested. P. Ralph, N. G. H. GREGOBYj Ssc't. MORNING DAWN LODGE NO. 7. F. & A. M. Meets the first Monday night of or preceding the full of the moon. Chaptkb Meets the Tuesday of the same week of the full of the moon. Hall, south side of Public Square. O ALLTPOLIS DIVISION, NO. 73, S. OF T. X Meets at their Hall on Court Street, every Saturday night at 8 o'clock r. JU- GALLIPOLIS CHURCHES SABBATH, Jan. 24, 1864. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. Service at 10$ A. M. and evening. Sabbath School at 9 A. M. Rev. Mr. Van Deursen. EPISCOPAL. Service at 10 A. M. ana P. M. Sabbath School at 2$ P. M. Rev. Mr. Thomson. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Service at 10 A. M. and evening. Sabbath School at 9 A. M. Rev. Mr. Williams. UNIVERSALIST. Uo Service. Rev. Mr. Breare. BAPTIST. No Service. Rev. Mr. Banfill. Sabbath School 8 A....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 February 1864

Farmer's Department. ON CULTURE OF THE GRAPE. "-' of planting and pruning grapa vines. My gripes have ffiatnred nd. Jpend well, and free from ,rot- My mode f settinp- i to make verv large holes and 11 taem -up -with compost of well decomposed manure, wim equai parts of leaf mould from the woods. Chip soil .from th wood-yard well rotted, is good soil for the grape. The next point is thorough cultiva tion. The most essential v point is pruning.; There are several modes of pruning. "I give mine:. In the first place I train my vines on trel lises, and prune on what is called the renewal'eystem" Some time during February in each year, I cut all the latterals back to one bud, and let new wood grow to form the grapes. When the bunches are well formed in June, I nip the latteral off some two or three ' Joints beyond the bunch, and prune off all suckers that are growing. Beware not to strip away leaves. If your vines were properly trimmed last fall, or early in 6pring, all you need do during...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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