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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 March 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTICULARLY : TO 3 GAU,IA430UNTY 3 -i.J y.-T. JAt 61,55 tovartably in sdtance; Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. For the Gallipolis Journal. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES TO — BY MECKIE. Voa'T called me hngbty, ' Prood heartlen eoqnttte, Tbostn hfreia bor; .ym'r uld t M changeable t Fool i) tarn Irom o e n (xidqeM . Wfcea anatfaer sought mj eiufle.' tnr met 1 t-vonder hmrywr come, J ' i So -reiyr9BdoBe wiee ; . ; . To know mneb aWu oijr fenT - - r: V" -, Tear pLu j can't dewe. j rr .- 7 ' ?5fonje Wged.me by yourself nybe; . -Hlo, tbat would aeTeVdo; I'm rare Ton neer4ored b(it one. l-vyd Iay. W e true,- f J. Y ea, yonHraya will be true to Bin Tbeoor anhappt'-aU fa WXTT.trt 1 IiaC9drtei fTTTTp Published by request. Published by request. THE OLD UNION WAGON. Published by request. THE OLD UNION WAGON. BY M. L. STERLOZIER. J. Vncfr Sam' DonHDioa.' h 'egMeeq iTxty Ann. " '1 ' ' 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. — 31 March 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED. PAETJCCULKLT. TO . - f THE INTERESTS QT PALLIA COUNTY- I U, L. STEWART, ' ETJITDH 3WD PKOPBIETPK. JCAt tlfiO invariably In sdvans " 'I J"Z& v. ! d-iaaFlo i 4 Gallipolis Journal. TO CORRESPONDENTS. S-'wOifr-tWS- fc afiow-woat". 'kemlS .'aaMM ewiyf aWmy Uii -. atepc.Ac of oilf SiiB.iTiieeoto Oie -ai)-yiga-igtp-- r.'? J y, 3-., Bedfliur(M.J.it,y Brig.; :"8Ui , Cic Jt'MDjtoii,5 nformed that w ' adaait.ilTertinenU Jbr. "twreiponawe.' " ttt rood lookiDe," bnt ther ."eant om : ja"-to tbc columa of Uu Journal for that por pom. If 5a' will aeaii o tow" real dim, roor $1,00 AaH' b retornadV . "., " " " :" Paorairrr Sooe cm aaa aivU4 tb eharatrrt yon apeak of "tha dariU piok ta." K yonr " atatanenU ara relimbla, a ttfosg tisa of then aat b throwa oat" at -tLaaharek. voa aixak of. If ta offiocn of ib eh arch ara nnabla to preaerra erdW aad "kap th Faaga clear," it ia bardly prob abl aia "ezaearationr ia tha JoornaJ- would BTeat aoytbiflg. Wa aav beard that stony...

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 March 1864

-STKPENi OETKAED'S ,-RULK.' '"1 hav always considered advertising, kbefeUjaafJaagito be th fTeat-snewiuia of sucoryijia jaM BvBd kld weallh. And I hat made it an invariable rule, too. toaaveruecin tncootAea. uuto, riakn taught tiwt mosey thu. spent is wH laid out; a by keeping my boai aest continually before the poblie, it baa ee- eared DM maty y tale was A . wouia mnw nun 6iui .1 have lost' --Si; New Advertisements. u?. bu obb. ;r CI?T f GROGPY. TT7BOE8Aii ,St is T V GnwiMud Provisiohs, COMIt or OOUBT AHD TBIBD BTBIETt, y- r VAii4.rviia, v. Extrs Sat"- BVased Hiif end plain tBaeoa Ham. Should, Side, Pried Beef, Colognaa.Ao. X 5 3 9- 8. JOBD BRO. f - J i- Baker'l, Chdcolate. I a ' I . . '' w rK hire a very tnperior article of Cboeo , . . . .-. . : ... .1 , rJ eoosnmers. . D. S. FORD A BRO late, w waicn " "7'f """.rw- Clf arS'V '" ' .'1 ' J LARUI aasortment of foreign and domea-j f Y tie manufacture. All tastet suited. S. FORD A BRO. ', Tea, GrnT POWDER, Imperial, Young Eysoa and Ool...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 March 1864

Farmers Department. WMttiiik muob will -xceea fire 'xaHIioat of treecTh orders ilrcadj rcivd";from' trareKag' agent will take vp all the salable stock qq hand. All other nurseries in tiie North are doing i thriving bosinees. ' These facts furnish proof, of the Increasing 'prosperity if the JJorth.'- In fine of :4presioA''iad saU Vh 'nnrsery bosineu fails. r ' It U only fax rosper .ty, tiat.' aa.thlnk of planting trees. - Ilia aot.'ropposed that anjr of our Northern nursery men filled orders -froa-th -Sooth -this-spriag. The tendency 6f( secession is destroy, t n-j-r i-t .pi m ? -i A NEW OF BOILING EGGS. .ZThe Norfolk New Rejrirae tells the egime following story: erybody knows .llr Charles Forbes' CHaffey of the St Nicholas Ilotci; New iTork, and with grace and courtesy he presides oyer the gentlemen's great parlor of that es tablishment Jus tarty drass; ? the grihl gold chain, i the London-made ivya, frueaatuesun,7 tbe oru HantJdianenlstuds and th glitter ing ring on he little hnger...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1864

Gallipolis Journal. Devoted particularly to . a THE INTBoTa UJT.. K. L.. STEWART. EDITOR A1TO PROPRIETORS at-At fl,S0 invariably in advance Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. To M......... X Call me thia cn. OnmU - , ;r --.CaUsD thine ewa; , -Whisper it softly i la lorea gaatlest tone; . i liormcr H over, rv .-u In eileacepf nigaU ai-',, e : i TenVrr .lureath it E.; ; ; .. la mora' early ligoW -- tf ought ia tin Fide world u soothe lis tiy Thea call toe thina wa, dearertjCIl an V if : -Wne awm. . a pj. t txau ;; p---'.. ;-. t V'-CaH me thine awn, darling! ..- : T ' -Dearer t-Te i - i Are sue wards, tb bright pearl - From 4pi tU$ai ik Keetar wetet - 1 Ottttdbefcr ; ':;.- . . My aottl drinkt them in And keen thirttine for more O! Ujo purest f bliu my . food heait haa . known, tlu been bora of the' -thought, thou ha called me thine own. ' Thaa call me thine own, lore, v Emboldened with thy breath;" -These accent will linger - Vhether-aeTerrd by fa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTI CDULELY TO -THE INTERESTS -0,F .. . '? 'GALLIA "COUNTY, n. . l .stewartJ T EDITOB AND PE0PBIET02, ' - arAt tl,M .mvariably in advance .f Gallipolis Journal. TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' diwJVCToi by sakii tcf is 'csnih of s rtiu a.t,I andar'Ua wtateBqf.taaiM o-6oifd?nHlia- battdou oa tk .Wiry af; tha; ell ahicjU ohareiw wkioh aUnda talf--'wiy up the hill on tha ah4f Vida of lha iivg'bj. with ita fbU-en! froBting tfaa UMIiPt IWHU Ml, w. w wrJ . hT aidaof the atwai" Art ?oo ntU&edt fia4 room be jam v'tviK. Vifl try to llnct arzt wack. ' f .'w...i '..v cj!5. plia aao femiaayoa Ue 10-40 boDda.'Utv- aat and principal payabla ia ol7. Thrt ara tbaonly OoiMatsetatitias aew ia asd aWa.te-t at P atamp ao aoh eer&flaata,rriab of aoqrae, tito .Examining Coomittaa will reqnira ft tacbr to fcrniah.'. fl -t '- "-T iSTThe Cincinnati papers have advanced their Subscription prices very considerably within a few days. Many of ur : Exchanges we. find do ing the same tb...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1864

STEPHEN GIRARD'8 RULE "I hare ahraya eooaidored advertiaiBg, liberally aad knr, to ba tha great medium of ia batioe. and prdada to wealth. . And I nave mad it aa uvariable rule, too. ava mad it an invariable rule, too, to advert- U th dullest times, long erp muiaiuuH nan, tone oanw ng taught ma that moaey thaa ttWoutlaa-T epi.gBybui-: lrfgtii . tia-ce havm -SBaatiswetj .T TT7T.; -t . roan. -- ' '' a. v. rota S: Ford tr& Bro., GROCERIES PRouisiorjs r C0KIR Or C0UT aJf-THIBD tTBIITS, ..OAtUFOLIS; 0. I A"! v!'BniIliii9 Material. .OASH;Dboii ;Iran'of all auea. White -' aJ Lead. Linseed OiL and Potty, For aala at tot tore, corner Court and Third itreet. - j c; a-. . -. D. S. FORD 4 BR.O i - r , . Provisions, " ExlBaSogar cured Hami, end plaia Hamt, eidca, and bnouldera. Dm a. xieel, ttolognaa. : r'tr.'i " .''Dirow) a bro. QUARTERLY REPORT p the First Natioriol Bank of Gallt 1 voIis, County of G allia!, 'and State of .Ohio, on the first day of April, A.D. 184:; RESOUECES. Xoanf aad Di...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1864

Farmers Department. CABBAGE FLEAS. HOW TO GROW CABBAGE PLANTS. A farmer in Aahville, Chautauqua Co. Jf. Y., a ays: "I want to tell my experience often years in cabbage ' raising. I learnt of a Swedish woman. Seem? some very nice plants, I wish - . w . w a a. " J . ea to Know now sne rosea mem without the lice or fleas destroying them. She said she took droppings from the hen-roost, a small quantity, . K..I - zn. u -l. v- umao ikw jmn. nuvuiii w bvh auw seed aha wanted to rlufc Tint in hr seea sne wantea to plant; pot in ner seed, mixed all together, let it soak for a few hours eight, ten, Or twelve. She aaid fleas never would disturb the plants. I thought as I had. lost plants from fleas eating them np, I would try her method of raising them. For ten years it has proved a success. I select a sunny spot near the honee, in order to hare the slops from the kitchen thrown on the bed of plants. 1 make the bed loose and rich by putting in leached ashes and manure from the hen-roosts. When...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1864

bEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTS K. Ij. SCTEtV ARTj EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 81,50 invariably in advance Selected Poetry. THE OLD MAN'S DARLING. BY PHOEBE CARY. feo I'm "eraiy." U loriiig man of three core: Why, I nevsr aeore; .i i. . vf nersr had come --".rrs- Bat I'm doubtful of J ours, u ju My inwnljMt by the fact of my love. You would like to know what are his wonder bnly deKeate Traiea. and flattering Tia nooUf enehanuiwnt, no magical art. CtSewTy he aay.dUng.- thu goe. to my heart. Yea, he's 'eurty.' I eannU dispute with yod feut yountake him a hendred, 1 think, if you And I nTgUd all hit folly of first lore is peat, Since I'm sure of the two, it la best to be last. 'His hairia aa white as the anow-drift,'' you Then Iwrrershall 8ee it change slowly to But IUnost could wish, lor his dear sake alone, that my tresses were nearer the hue 01 his own. i "must aid hira'ahi tliit U my pleasure and lirirle. . a i should love him for this if tor n.Alung beside: And t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1864

r ' - l - ' DETOTED PAETICULARLT TO j-wy-pijM'y OJT GALLIA CX)UNTY. lit t. fcTEWART, EDITOR AND PBOPRIETOB. S3TAX 1,50 invariably in advance TO SOLDIERS OF OHIO REGIMENTS —THEIR FAMILIES OR FRIENDS. "I have been duly appointed and commissioned by the Governor as "Military Claim Agent" for the State of Ohio. . ... All soldiers, or the families and relative of deceased soldiers who belongejd to Ohio Regiments, and who may have any business aris- 0 . . - , , tion of such agent, can have the ... , , , same property anenaea o py cau-1 ing on Ohio. meflt my office in P08!, residinar in the coun- O ties of Jackson, Sciota, Pike, Law- fence, Meigs, Vinton, Athens, v , , rJ,..,.u. Dymau wm receive prompt " - A in unto CipPhiic nn Tlnnn . ty or arrears or pay, in tne aoove vuurawVwU are requested to present their claims.. to me. They-will find it greatly to their interest to do so, t rnaie no charge whatever for my tervictt. The friends of the soldiers every-wbere- will do them & kindness...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1864

STEPHEN GIRARD'S RULE . "I have always considered advertising, liberally and long, to be the great medium success in business and prelude to wealth. And -I have made it aa invariable rule. too. to advertise in the dullest time, lone xpe- Kenee having taught tne that money tuna apent is well bud oat; as by leepihg my b Bess continually before the public, it has eared me many aales that I wonld otherwise bare lost." Snwn Gixaxd. Found, IK my garden, in Gallipolis, Ohio, a pocket book, containing a small sum ot money, whieh the owner eaa hare by calling on ma mi the Diamond Mills, and proving his pro perty. HARRY 8ELFRIDGE. April 31, 1864, 3w. Wttiited. AT the Valley Boose, three goao! Girls to do general housework. Wages will be made satisfactory. C. P. HOY, Proprietor. Gallipolis, April 21, 1864. Notice A their PETITION will be presented to the Commissioners of Gallia county. at the heir annual session, on the first Monday of "June, 1664, praying for the location a:,d establishment o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1864

Farmers Department. .styThe crop 6fMAple Sugar made this season in the Northern States is estimated at 25,000,00tf pounds or In the aggreate 83,750,000. . With a corresponding amount of Sorghum Sjrrup made this summer, the North trill be amply supplied w ith articles which before the war were deemed exclusively Southern produC - tions. This much by Secession. we hare gained A 'SECRET" IN POTATOE PLANTING. A eorrebDondcnt sends the follow ing to the Sural New Yorker I can cive some valuable information on raising potatoes. I have been in pos session of a secret for the last three j ean, that I know to be very valua ble and should be generally known and the season is tow at hand to put it in practice. This new plan is the most important in dry seasons, as double the weight can be raised on quite poor land. Now I will tell you how I manage; premising that I never yet had pota toes rot in the ground, and that I am sixty, three vears old. I plant my potatoes in the latter part of April o...

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 April 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO . THE INTERESTS OF : GALLIA COUNTY. It. Ij. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.. Z3T&. $1,50 invariably in advance Gallipolis Journal. Original Poetry. For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. PRISONERS DREAM OF HOME. Darling mother, conld'st thou sec me. Stretching forth my band ia vaia,. Clasping them to grasp a shadow. Kindly calling on thy nam. CoaldVt thou hoar me dearest mother, ' At I lay me down to rest, P nving to oar Ood, my mother, Thi you might be ever blest, And I t ear the pleading, mother. Hear thy voice in accents mild, Asking hytn4.lv of "oor Father," ' ' To protect your darling child. ' ' v ' And I see the smiling sweetly, ' . Fed vourt nme saw wwt: ' Bear yonr softly mnrmored blessing. Ever ieet your presence now. "Well, I know your thoughts, dear mother, They are of year lonely one, And your loving spirit ever Hovers round yoar prisoner son. Could I rest my head, dear mother. On your gentle breast to-nigh...

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 April 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTICDLAEiy TO TUEIKTEfiESIS OF GALLIA COXING K. I JSTEWAKT.v EDITQE 'Alfa PBOPRIETOk &FAt tl.50 invariably iu advance . iEvervthinr aronnd" us Indi l V.f w ion u -6e-""!f xreasuu J Tue-UBEAT JDATTiiB wi wus wi is 07- coming more imminent, and the eyev as well- anxious thdnghts of mil lions of freemen are once more tam ed in the direction of Richmond. ' . lit the North we see masses of Veteran troops hurrying to the front f rousing in patriotic hearts the deep est emotions,' and .highest hopes of success. The ominous tread of arm ed battalions seems to fall upon our ears from all points,.showing how in flexible is the determination of the teople, that this Goyeroment shall ive.'that this accursed rebellion shall die," -and that the-National -authority 6hall.be not- only asserted; but fully maintained throughout the length' and breadth oTxur belored land. . Our military power ' far exceeds that of any previous period of this war. - It has never, been ...

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 April 1864

Found, 7 TV my gswdeaV ia CkllipolisyOhio, a pocket A. book, containing small tun or mooej, which the owner earn bar by calling on dm at the Diamond Mills, and. pnrinr nis pro perty. - HABRT 8ELFRIDG4. April SI, 1864,- 3. . '- Road Notice.1 NOTICE ia hereby given, thai a petition will be pretested to the Commissioners of Oallia county, Ohio, at their Jatle session, A. D. 1864, praying forth laying toot and establishment of a county road, at follows: Commencing ia the Mill ersek- rand, at or near where the' private way or road leading from the land of Anxx tSetz tap aaid Mill creek road on 100 acre lot. No. 518, in Galli poli township, ia aaid Gallia county; thenee following aaid private way or road leading to the land of said Beta, to the line of aaid Beta land; thene along' the private road of aaid Beta, to a white oak tree ia tEe low gap near a gate in the land of aaid Amoa Beta; thenee running on the north aide of the fence en aaid Beta laad, to a hickory tree oa the line be twee...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 April 1864

Farmers Department. TO THE FARMERS. light, . Tbe wheat crops, remarks an .- eoange, will peyond a doubt be at tbe coming harvest It may be and doubtless will, be better than tbe present bare ) appearance of most fields indicate, as with a fair season ' we shall have heads and full grain " in hose places where the grain stands tbin on the ground". : But under tbe most favorable circiim-1 stances all that will be raised in this1 State will be needed 'for home conVumction. We must therefore look to corn and vegetables to supply farmer to consider a few facts before be lays out his summer work. One fact is that prices this fall will be higher than they have been for . twenty years no doubt of it for everything eatable. The South will, at tbe present progress of the benefits of rebellion, be famishing. There are i i t -li- .ii: a i iiaji uiLuiou aouuers wj leeu. nay many millions of mechanics. a3a artisans; while the cultivators of the BOil have not only been drawn off to the army, 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. — 5 May 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PAfe 1TCITLARLY- TO - THE-pTTpESTSOF GAl COTOTY. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. $l,50yariably in advance. To Township Assessors. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, GALLIA Co., April 25, 1864. jIM!ttu!K? jrnS I1VU a-M val wv va w W hi therefore proceed to mane a n liring within your UmiU bein aga, and nnoer ma are nd return a eertified-oapy fiee. on or Wore the third next entutnr. . The fulluwi "'e(t 6 your instruetioaa, -:a6 m (m -or Oate, Tht itahall be he doty of towirwsiesisora of the areral " toWMhif,.lld'the afo!avif the . ' 'watlaof tri aWeral eiti i( anoUy,Hi mX the amotime JUieyare takiiijf tLA went' of peraesal propattTrto tnabe a lrrine within their htoneetire. i i toWMbif. lfthe aJV,f the :eeTal mmj: t'm'lj enn lifiif within- their ivapeeW Umiws liable tnenroiiment. -aad rrtnni eertiord liahle to 'enrollment. -aad retnnra.. eertified .1. r ... L. nffi. AfHu mm: tnnannt a atement .howmg the. tnUr rolled eachjowi.ahip or ward tth adu- wpon "forr ar.auti.or,i..fn eor. ree...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED PARTlCUliARLT TO TUB INTERESTS OF T GALLIA COUNTY. " t , . . .. , R. I. KTEWACT, ' ' .KDriOB AND PROPRIETOR. tr 11,50 lnrarlablj in advance UNION STATE CONVENTION. STATE UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE, COLUMBUS, O., March 22, 1854. ".'Top hndersjgned, representing the brranizat on in the State of Ohio, hereby Invite all qualified to ters of the-' State who desire the un conditional maintenance of the Un ion, the supremacy of the Constitu tionk and. the complete suppression of the existing rebellion, with the cause thereof, by vigorous war and all apt and efficient means; tb send delegates- to- a Convention , to assem ble at Columbns, on Wednesday the 25th. day of .rMay next at eleven o'clock A. M., for the purpose of se ldcting-fouejdeJegates and four alter- "e" nates to represent the State iaftJl'T- National Union Convention, to be held in the city of Baltimore, on the 7th of June next, to nominate candi dates for President and Vice Presi dent of the United Sta...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1864

TRIIIEU II ill Ad . - r ' RE-OPENING '; j? of the " Oliio I Valley R. R. CARS. V (.., Always .' on Time. through -direct "Without Change, Fbom!" LINN, BOSTON, AND HEW YOBK. JOHN DAGESy H 48 received, and k now opening l hi rooms in Frank' New Building, oo COURT STREET, A Urge aid well : selected assortment of Gents, ' Ladies; . Misses, And Children's Wear of BOOTS & SHOES Cf every description, quality and price which, cannot fail to uit , Ladies and Gentlemen Of the moat fastidious teste. He alto manufactures to order. avery kind of Boots, Shoe, (altera, Buskins, Ac Ac. all of which arc made of the bet material and bj skilful workmen. LEATHER Of all kind, always on hand and for ale at the lowest rate. - Lats, Findings, Shoemaker Tool, and in short, everything required to carry on the business, constantly on band, and sold at rates surprisingly low. All Goods warranted to be as represented. ' JOILN DAGES. April 21, 1864. . U. S. 10-40 V BONDS. Principal and Interest, Payable in C...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1864

farmers Department. ON THE PROPAGATION OF SWEET POTATOES. iii"rtNS This mar fed don from the middle ft May .to the, middle of Jane. In tom season's it may be ommeftctd eftrUeft thta Jthl. akdJn some it may be toutinupd later; but generally the best time is from the 15thxf JIay to the same time in June. It ebciidfaotbe dope nntilth plants are put of reach of frosts, and the erdani-s-arm feaboiK jci tro'mtitj im mediate gToiftl. jL. peculiarity of the Nansemond variety, is its adap tation to a great variety of soils; even 'loamy clays quite heavy, if lying el evated and manured, not cold or weti though usually high sandy soils are most suitable. Almost any soil that will produce good corn wUl pro i duce this crop, .except low . alluvial . ground where there is too much vega- table mould which causes excessive running to", vines. '. New ground pfo- tauces,,thi crop well where there not too much vegetable deposits and moisture. Turf should be first sub dued . with "another crop, corn wh...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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