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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 February 1864

Gallipolis Journal. 71 FAMILY NEWSPAPER, EVOTED PARTICULARLY TO . 1 THE INTERESTS OJf GALLIA COUNTY. : It. Ju. STEWAI1T, : EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Selected Poetry. MUSIC. Then is something in sweet matic, Cheering to the troubled heart - Soothing o'erthe woondt of nmnr, Drying all tbe tear that start. When the epirite bowed in utdness, Lowly by afflictions rod, It will bring as beck to gladness, - .-. ItwiilJixntTtkntghUtmGtd. , -, 0, in mnsie there it something, - 1 That Unto the sottl doth speak. Whispering of sorne Bigh attainments, ,UmJa.Oai' graee wfatdn we should seek. It lifts np oot hearts for heaVen, .'. From this world of grief and woe; Then give me mnsie, plaintive mnsie, For its strains do soothe me 60. The following letter from Judge Jiash, in review of Senator Summer's late speeches in Congress, though at greater length than we would hare preferred, will pr6ve of "sufficient interest to our readers to justify us in its publication. The ground taken by the Judge is certa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 February 1864

R. I. STEWACT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . v;Y;..AiftiroLis..: '. 7:.-. TkuiSDAY, : s FEB. 11, 1864. TO MY FRIENDS. ' As I shall be absent from Galli polis for a few weeks, those indebted to rae for subscription to the Galli polis Journal to November 19, 1863, will pleas make -payment to Mr. Hsrar -Gmgokt, -foreman of the Journal office, who is authorized to receipt for me during my absence, JAMES HARPER. t3 We hare purchased at a heavy expanse, one of Wills' Patxvt Job Pkuses, with a large quantity of Job Type and are now prepared to execute all kinds of Job Wokx, from the jlhtst Card used byadies, to a large Ptttr, and on short notice. -- The patrons of the Journal have now no cause of complaint relative to work of this kind. Send in your orders of every description within the compass of our office, and they shall be filled at the lowest city rates. ' Our business men will find this a great convenience in obtaining cards, bills, bill heads, wrappers, or any other thing in the line of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 February 1864

GALLIPOLIS PRODUCE AND GROCERY CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY BY C. & A. HENKING. BUTTER EGGS IS and S5 sent. 20 CHEESE Sugar COFFEE Bice Candles lard pork WHISKET jr?-- mol asses -Dried apples dried peaches white beans--red beans potatoes APPLES FEATHERS HAMS SHOULDERS BIDES COAL OIL COBN MEAL 16 " 20 IS 36 15 14 x .-84 '60 41,00 8,60 2,60 1;25 1 00 2,50 - 20 40 - 19 13 " 17 - 7 - 90 -" 80 '. 1.50 " 3,00 ; 3,00 2,00 -1,20 3,00 45 " 15 40 ' 10 ' 10 19 ?S 80 80 1.00 GRAIN MARKET. CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY BY R. ALESHIRE & CO., EUREKA MILLS. WHinWiuTPtni " $1,40 Rxo Whxat Pumx - 1,25 Ftocm 6.757,25 MiDDunot perewL, . . ... 1,25 Beak - ii ? r- ." f ? SOc R. ALESHIRE & CO., EUREKA MILLS. New Advertisements. LIST OF LETTERS TsEMAINING in the Post Office at Galli I , nolis, Gallia, eoanty. Ohio, on the 10th day of February, A. D. 1864, which if not taken out before the 10th day of March next, will be sent to' the General Post-offiee...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 February 1864

Farmer's Department. --- tpLxifrr rr 1 IS. FERMENTATION OF MANURES. Masorea act npon the soil in three ways. .Thejr. either, supply plant foo'rt flirafctiy to the soib-or indirect ly furnish it by making available that ' . . i i . i M- U wtucn may exist ui me mw, i "cy jhaage the character ,of the soil so that barren ground i becomes fertile not by the. addition or plant looa, but of something which makes soil fit for the roots or .plants. Aiost ma nures act in all these ways," but by far flie most Tsommon action is the first mentioned, ; namely, ; supplying food directly. to the 'growing plant The manure from, stables, cow-yards, and hog-pens, when applied to the soil in its fresh state, must undergo fermentation, and even decompose quite thoroughly before it is available as planifood.. -During the . progress of thisfermentation the plants de rive some benefit in several - ways, but the effects are much" better, in most cases, "when the manure is ap plied after it is well rotted, t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 February 1864

Gallipolis Journal. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY - , ,THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. RLCTEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ' Jt7At 91,50 invariably In advance. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. SONG OF THE UNION MEN. Upon ths. Burial, by Traitor, of th "Star .and -Stripes" ta Tennessee, sear (ha menoement of the Great Rebellioa, 1861. f-Ttv tha mi An of th ihfaia f Jackson large pit ni dug. and about 500 men now slowly approached, headed by band of mnaie rwv-farminff1 the 'Dead TMmtvK The was n more nor lew than a lee standard of the Star, and Stripe, which waa solemnlv lowered iau it final rejtine rlace The1?..w 5? thrown npou it, and the " nv aatW J Tir aar--i wnT I a ' I. Aye, bury it deep! . rl he men who keep ' Their watch of lore araund it, Will bury your name Id the depth of iliaroe, "Where no mortal line can aound it. II. O, the dear old flag! Erery ihred and rag, So coiled by the clutch of your Cngen, Wake a tow and prayer. And to hearen we iwear To lore it whil...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 February 1864

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. R I STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. GALLIPOLIS. THUBSDAt, i i.,i FEB, 18, 1864. GALLIPOLIS. TO MY FRIENDS. As IashaR be absent from Galli polis for a few weeks, those indebted to me for subscription to the Galli polia Journal to November 19, 1863, will please make payment to Mr. Hkmbt Gesoobt, foreman of the Journal office, who is authorized to for me absence. JAMES HARPER. TO CORRESPONDENTS. a i. SC. Th proooedingi of the Wash ingtoniu Society, shall appear in oar next nnmber. . M. R. W. oar article relative to th Festival at Cheshire, earn too' late for this minuter, bat shall appear next week. . If . Tour article ia unavoidably crowded eat of this somber. Altou. Yonr poetical contributions are accepted, and will appear in due time. 'J. C. S. "Can't see it." The feet bare been girea as quite differently. When cor rectly ascertained, will be published. Lcci. We hare repeatedly aUnded to the same "nuisance" of . which yoa complain. If the authorities are sot able...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 February 1864

I. O. O. F. . jv. THE members of Altai Swww.'Lodg, Nd." 156, L 0. O. meet at their llalL io Greenwood's boildin?. every Friday" evening at o'clock P. M. A full attendance ,.-,...i earnestlj requested. ilOENING DAWN LODGE 7 W A- A f " -,.... , Meets the first Monday night nf nr ni-eninir tha fnll nt w -v e - moon. ChapTSR Meets the Tuesday tha eama vaaIt AT tho fiill nf tho mftmi Hall, south side of Public Square. GALLIPOLIS DIVISION, NO. S. OF T. fx. m Meets at their Hall on Cour Street, every Saturday nigh at 8 o'clock P. M. GALLIPOLIS PRODUCE AND GROCERY MARKET. CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY BY CAREFULLY CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY BY C. & A. HENKING. BITTTER i 15 and 25 EGGS - . 15 " 90 CHEESE , 15 " 20 SUGAR 15-20 COFFEE 36 " 40 IUCE - - - - - ...... 9 . 19 CANDLES 15 " 18 LARD 14 17 PORK - 7 WHISKET 86 90 MOLASSES 60-80 DRIED APPLE3 $1.00 - 1.50 DRIED PEACHES 2,50 "3,00 AVHITE BEANS : 9.60 " 3,00 RED BEANS 1;B5 2,00 POTATOES 100-1,20 APPLES 2,50 "3,00 FEATHERS 40 " 45 HAMS ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 February 1864

Farmer's Department. FOR THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. FOR THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. ON THE CULTURE OF PEARS. Mk Editor I give you the follow in? as my experience in the cultiva tion of pears. Those wishing trees to come into bearing soon, should plant dwarf varieties; especially peo ple . who live in towns or xities. and not mucn ground to spare, lb ere has beenr great deal said on raising dwarf Pears for the following reasons; meet one fruit grower a little enthusi- astic on this subject, and he tells yon that nothing is easier than to grow fine dwarfs. Look into his garden and yon see them, splendid pyramids; the bark smooth as though it was varnished, the limbs coming out at nearly right angles, and loaded with fine fruit- i Look at the farther end of his garden and. quite . likely you will find a tub; of Boap ends, sink water, or a fountain of liquid ma nure which reveals the secret of bis success. Another gentleman tells yon, dwarf Pears are a humbug, a de vice of nurserymen to impose...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 February 1864

m 4 4-.t;r- St- Volume 'XXIX. 'EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF GALLIPOLIS; OHIO; irBRPaRy WHATEVER STATTj; OR PERSUASION, RELIG JOtLS OR, POLrXJQAL"T'-JsrM). - : lTTd & .umBefcrl-l Gallipolis Journal. A MILT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO J THE INTERESTS OF " -- dALLIA COUNTY: " r. l stew art, ' - EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 49"At 91,50 invariably in advance. [Published by request.] THE UNION SOLDIER. THE UNION SOLDIER. BY REV. E. BREARE. A Discourse delivered in Christ Church, Gallipolis, at the funeral of ENOS FROST, late a member of the 18th Ohio Battery. "And on of the elders arwwered and said uot me, What are the which an Arrayed in white fobeat and whence came they 7 , And I said onto him. Sir, tkose knowest And he aaid onto me, These an they which earn out great tribulation, and bare washed their robes, and made them white in the blood of the Lamb." BeT. 7: 13: 14. "To everything there is reason, and a time to every purpose under Heaven." Such is the utterance of th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 February 1864

Gallipolis Journal. IE. Id llf 1 1 EDITOR AND FEOPEIETOS.. jrAt 1.50 invariably in advance. GALLirOLIS. . '"- THURSDAY, : r r FEB. 25. 1864. ta The imprisoned Yankees here are powerful arguments in the hands of the opposition in the United States, appealing to the sympathy and affection of the friends of every prisoner against the cruel managers - UifcJpu.iimVy "owing that tit flrmness of Lincoln is greater than that of Mr. Davis? W take the above from the Rich mond Enquirer- ef the 8th inst It forms part of an article remonstra ting against the Confederate authori ties, acknowledging General Butler's authority in exchanging of prison ers. It alleges Butler's outlawry as an insuperable objection, which, the Confederate Government cannot overlook without subjecting itself to a charge of weakness- Amongst other grounds of objections given, is the above extract, which we copy for the benefit "of the opposition in the United States." We have heard their "appeals to the friends of the pr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 February 1864

L. O. O. F. No. 156, L. 0. F, taeM theij: llaU, in (jreei? wood's building, every Friday evening at 7 O'clock P. M. A full attendance is earnestly requested. . MORNING DAWN LODGE NO 7. F. k A. M. A Meets the first Monday night Jsfc of or preceding the full of the lmoon. :. Chajttsb Meets the Tuesday of the same week of the full of the moon. Hall, south side of Public Square. 'GALLIPOLIS DIVISION, NO. 74 S. OF T. - X Meets at their Hall on Cour Street, every Saturday nigh at 8 o'clock P. M. Gallipolis township will in all probability be saved from the com ing draft Her quota was large but the good success recruiting officers have fieretnfora met with, indicates that bv the 6th of March the number required, which we are informed is ill? :ii r i .... r.si i r .a . . ... t r.:i,i r. 1,! uueio-Au. uaa juciuq ivi forts fea 'obtaining funds i for the 'bounty fund. Unaided he has se cured about 4,000, by voluntary ubSfiriptions. The local bounty for 'the township is fixed at forty doL--lars...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 February 1864

Farmer's Department. OUR FARMERS AND THE WAR. Our farmers are co-operating with the Department .of Agriculture for the augmentation or agnetmurai in terests. They see now irore than ever the: true dependence. Jof their country, as well as the ret advan tage they derive by aid of the Gov ernment, which has established for their and its welfare, -' ' Department of agricnltare,-wliadi is now pointing to inexliaTjsWb.le resources yet to-be unfolded, ani.wtich'ls the nucleus of the ranr heart of Abia greati eotwan development .Our farmers ,have kept iA mind the vast destruction of subsistence incident to the war, and will provide for the deficiency. The farmers, .and, JJie Government are coming nearer and nearer together,, as it is found ioat their interests are identical and "reciprocal." ' Agriculture should be liberally fos tered by - the 'Government. - There should be no obstructions in -this p-eat artery of national vitality" He who would, - knowingly oppress the pulsstioiMjf this g...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 March 1864

oaa,ai tu I sc 1o c J j' "feQUAL AND EXACT, JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OF WgATEVEIt STATE OR, PEESUION.jREljGIOOS QB. POLTTIC ATWirf itioir. Volume ; XXIX GALLIPOLIS; OHIO, M ARC 1 1 17; 3 i vi I ill i.i -1 1 i i i "K! I I i i ?: mmmmmmm. Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY GALLIA COUNTY R. L. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. At $1,50 invariably in advance At $1,50 invariably in advance Selected Poetry. A DREAM. TdrramodratoodoirUiae of hell's ' j)ark wall, and eriea, and jrroaaa, and jell. Heard nuntiy trom aiar viun That dark abode ot pain aad aim; ' . . Loader aad loader on the ear These murnnrs broke, and aeemed more Bear Tobeadvaoauig.likaabaroar - 0f aome dark torm-clood breaking o'er A mighty forest, old and still. Aad rtuhing o'er dale aad bill. T7nrsea and imprecations dire. , 'Terms of eonteeapt aad vengeful ire. -from myriad Angsea toqguea,! .aow wosJd Hear, ., - - ; , , Each moment seeming ktill more near.. 'Toward where I stood the tumok r...

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 March 1864

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. At $1.50 invariably in advance GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, : : MARCH 17, 1864. who'.'-hate" atitntionr'. Those knowledire of 'TJew 56rV rjoliflcs know that Tammany H All has been in- tensely. pro-sJayeryA devoted 4 em plrVand.conqueslafavqr of Our Country-right or wrong,'" and wThe: Federal Union it :mnst and' shall be preserved. ,r"0 -'-- "7f ' Bead" the 'followme io"'Fernando jftrTha" followuie0 extracfTrom the New Yprk Leaderhe organ Jof Timminy'Ball, may" serve Xoahow the direful conflict now nudng'jje- tween the tribes of that vcrneraHe Tn- TTood andfheFeacS- lemter judge for VTjOTselves whetbermjy Be pnblfcan pencil hasf-tverTdrawn- inch a picture1 of the : '"Copperhead "lead- . . -9 r,V-.--"; I - " commend "thenr . to the Pea6e Democracy 'as a Inst' and feir dff-i BftfiptionrbV men who speak 'byan-l . .1 a "ii. 1 1 1 1 J norliy, ana wiiu a iuu anon leugo of "what they say: ' " TbM eoyert knrc and open traitort wT...

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 March 1864

STEPHEN GERARD'S RULE. ;.. bev always , considered advertising.! liharally aid kmg.'to be th great medium. of access in-business and prelude to Aad I have ) it an iavarieWe roM, . todrertietatJredulletimeat "C tnht ma that money thu anM,t .. oat: u bT keeping mj buai eepiag my ouai- aeaa continually before the public, it haa aa- cured me many aal many eaieawaw ' lave lost." Srrrra Oman. - LIST OF LETTERS , YEMinn50 tha Post Offiee at GaHi JX roUa, Gallia aouaty, Ohio, oa the Siti. d nf March. A. D. 1864. which if not taken oof before the 14th day"T April jocit, will be aeat to the General Poet-office aa Dead Letter. Offiae hours from half peat 7 A. If. to half-peat 6 P.M. Sundays, office opea from half-peat 7 to 9 A. M. -. Bright Margaret L Bryant WeaW Bickle Sarah D Hullman Elizabeth Jeff en Elisabeth Jones Jaa B -Johnson Tho F Johene Vm ' Jonea Sarah - -KeanerJaa ... Kelly Lucy" ' Law Z C " Iceland Lattie Bowman Isaac Browa Mottea BoggeuHC 2 Backer E A Bock Eliza Burnett La vine B...

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 March 1864

Farmers Department. 'arlt i-irIIy believed tbat th wheat prop of 1864 wQl be v-erj nhort. "Th deficiency it not confined to tvaj. particular aectiotf o( iba coun- trr. but'MWely extended u m the -erexe cold' weather of January last . .T. V Thla'telDg thecait behoovca Tjy lire farmer to 4one some neaiia of -applying tfc market with breadstuff. - Spring wheat' does not seem well adapted to Southern Ohio, land if it did, the season has beeome too far advanced to socnre Vcrdp. The only , available crops. . eeem to bVoorn, oats, and potatoes. We urge every farmer in old Gallia to plant &4 many acres as he can pos siblyjworki cbrn aiiJ jpotatoes'. Both must of necessity bring high prices for ihVyear at. least . It is Jiardly probable.' that 'either will fall much below wL,00 per "bushel.. At these prices, farmers 'can" afford $o raise' them,, and expend , mosey in do&g so. In this section of country, oats is a Tery 'uncertain crop. It will certainly .rulebigh in the market ' but a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO "... , THE INTERESTS OF ' - GALLIA. COUNTY. c-.-rlU Xo STEWABT, -EDITOR AND PKOPEIETOK. ; jBrAt $1,50 invariably is advance Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. "When This Cruel War Is Over." Darst lore, do yon remember, . . -, ""TPnen wtlufffid lWit'- -Bow yon told mi that yoa loved ma, v Kneeling at my faetT -; TJb, how proud yon stood btfors B, . Isyaoraait of Hv "?Waen you" vowed to to and edi try Every to be true. . ' .' '. Caoeci Weeping & and lotrfly. , Hope and fears, how Tain! ' : Yet praying, when thi. cruel war is Praying that we meet ngsin. . ' V - - . - ' J V Thsn the summer breeze U sighing, f Mournfully along, Or when autumn leaves are faffing, - ! ; Sadly breathe the song. . Oft in dreama I tee the lying " . On the battle plain Lonely, wounded, even dying; ' .Calling, but in Tain! Choscs Weeping aad.ete. If, amid the din oi battle, Vobly you should fall, Faraway from thoae who lore you. Son to hear you call Who would wh...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1864

Gallipolis Journal. EVOT 'PARTICULARLY TO ,? THJB INTERESTS OF f -AO.- ' GALLIA' COtJNTY. : i . EC; I STEWART, tcrrou jlsiD proprietor. yJLt tl,50.invariak$r la advaaca Gallipolis Journal. TO CORRESPONDENTS. oohxmn. W tluD endmvor to fretae n ' item of newt from lU When writing on unfa atgecU to an ditor, alwsj giv your fall same. ' T6otim. The 8th Virginia tnfenby i ow 111 7th Virginia CTlry, aK4 will htly be Dl&iuwba It wm -with AvariU ia hit gtttt raid ia Jannafy Uet. Jf. J. Could not do o mnch tor to little. IT sr sot garrnti ia oar rate by other cffi- W onderbk to give you th worth of your ayby. 2fo mora. CattiraTjTh Fint 3utiooal Sunk of OillipolU eaa eesommodau yoa at fair rate. H. Mm. T-wr artieu u o" n -- tmt saa SM no pnotioal benefit rDUig fron rta poblicAtion. ' W oonear in y ttr viws oi toe Qbjwt, but M yon on noaeqtuuQted w th the yacalitr eiraamttAneea attending it publication.-think beet t let it pro Thank you fue yonr kind aRottoM to tb JoaraaL 8 lull adtavor to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1864

STEPHEN GERARD'S RULE. f han .linn miuidmd advertising. t;v.ll.-., b t ha tha mat medium of imm ia business, aad pre'5 wealth. And I bare made it an invariable rule, too, to advertise ia the dullest times, long exp- Heno. having taught id that money uine pent m well laid out; M by keening bit busi tiess continuaii v brfcntfaa public it haa e- enred e nur sales that 1 would oURrwis have lost.' Stewe Gebae. f; ARMY SUPPLIES WANTED . rjHE highest narkat pries will be given for bacon; iEiirs, -Potatoes. v . For farther particulars, enquire at the office of the Conmisnry ol sufcusteti, Ualiipoiis, Ohio. .... March 24,1864. ' Tuxes! Tax! -TJndrr the Excise Law of the United states. TaTnTTPlt ia hereby eiveif to all persons IXJ - - . c, c. . II owingtaxea to tf United Stat, under 1.. A.. Ta nwtnda foe Internal vu.wus., .-r evenu to support toe uovemment, ana to pay interest on the publi debt," that I am now prepared to receive the aara at the atora of F. 8. Neel. Gallipolia, O- until tbe 1...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1864

Farmers Department. that rvT.rmtni ar VOU aware "the demand for Beans never was so and that it will COntin- great as now, oe to for this year ' at least? - The snpply tor army uao w - the demand. JOW IS the Ume to pro- . crood seed and Dreoare TOT ear- ar gooa seou uu prep- tv olantinff. The pncea will rate ine pricea wiu w high for this season aad hardly fall fe!ow three dollars a basheL At this or less, no crop will pay better. - If your supply of seed is limited, plant -"IB drills, and work them as yon do potatoes; The gain will be. rery -oercwDtiUe aad Quality moch impror- HINTS TO FARMERS. oc "We pray yon destroy erery An on tout crembes that is not efultiitX is not essential. But if you keep a dog, for your children's sake, for your own sake, keep him muzzled, except when yon have a special duty for him to perform. One of the best mode of ridding the country of predatory dogs, is to dia: their graves, put in the bottom of the same some fresh meat beef or muttonwell flavored wi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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