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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1864

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED AfcTlCULABLY' TO ; THE XNTEpESTS OF ., ; GALLIA COUNTY. .- ' avi 1 B. X. STETVAIIT, ; :. EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR.' At $1,50 invariably in advance amrtXTS S. Mill, or Gallia county, a ' J miner, and Elry Mills, bit guardian, MarvGraham.a minor, of Gallipolis, Gallia - m - . ... ' Mnntv. limn, fmbdt D w imams. minor, ui Ck Gallia eonntv. "d 6. W.ddell. her purdUn, : by nonfi1 that on the 27th day of April, A. ' D. 1864, In. W. Mills filol in the Clerk's '' office of the Court of Common Plea., witfiia and for taid county, a petition, which it now wherein the aaid Wm. W Mills de; " loaods partition of the following -real eatate', A tract of land described as follows: . . .... r iieeinnine ax Ul aouHl-mav frarr Ol imira So: , township 5. range 15, in the Ohio ! Company's porehasc, in Uie county of Gal)ia Stat of Ohio, at a stake: thenee north 3221 to a State; tnenee, west ja J to a post: thenee south 32.21; thenee east 32.43 to the '' Vlaee- of beglniiingexeept ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1864

Gallipolis Journal. - DEVOTED .fAJrriCCLARLT TO THiTlKTEllEST OF 3Alpir;e6urY., t- - -i y ,-v ,'ii)nlbK4-JT'rBGPBIEtOE. -JTUtClcqptefient-efore'ilie- j. Ue, -'Just such a day as Copperheads -'woaW bare, if, in order-to dampen fhfr-ardor TrTthe gnesta whoni" Gov, BrOTh hadlon Very short notice, in vited' to his. May-party. .It wu that ; tind of a day. on which a man would hardly be expected to fulfil any con ' tract that reqnired him to go beyond ' 'his own door. Yet, the 'National Guard" turned out lively, and with an apparent in- difference to the "pitiless pelting? of tne stornu such as, veteran, soldiers ;aright exhibit, but. could hardly.be z looked, for froni'ineh fresh from their farms, shops.or stores. . A stranger ; imgiVjiave. supposed .tliere Was an ;-important election going on in Galli- -polis. ana tae .Democracy as or. old, pad turned oatf'.'in spite of wind or ' - w-eatner, to vote the 'JDimmecrar ; ;ticliet It only lacked one essential 'elern -it to complete the resem...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1864

M1W Iffl FOR J f - -RE-OPENING . .r OF7THB r, . OMo Yalley It. B: .caks; a I ' .Ml Always on Time. - .THROUGH DIRECT ; ; WrTHorr Change, Fbom -.' LINN, .BOSTON. AND IV JOHN D AGES, ic .H.l ia now openmr ' bi- SI rooma ia Frank'. Sew Building, on COURT STREET, rp.ain.a.a3aa,aaaa &aaaa A tarf and well aeli-eted aaaortm'nt of Gents, . ' " Ladies, Misses, Arid Children's A ear of BOOTS & SHOES nil and pri which cannot fail to auit Ladies and Gentlemen Of the most faatidiou. taate. 1I- also nianufacture. to ord-r eerr kind of Shov. (iaitrra, Buskino, d;c &e all , which are made of the best material and by .kilful -workmen." ' ' LivATIIER Of all kind, alaj-s on hand and for tale at the lowest rate.. , Last, Finding., ShoemaVere Tools, and in .hurt, everything r.-quired to carry on the l.ujiix-cg, conotantlv on hand, and sold at ratr. eurprieinplj low. All Goods warranted to Le as represented. JOHN UAGES. April SI, 16A . Sweet Potato YELUW NAN EUOSD. THE BEST KIXD FOR THE KORTf...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1864

Farmers Department. BRIEF DIRECTIONS BRIEF DIRECTIONS FOR BRIEF DIRECTIONS FOR PLANTING AND CULTIVATING THE SWEET POTATO. THE NANSEMOND Ii the only variety of Sweet Potato -- worthy of general culture in the ' . Hi Jill State. It produces more ' ' bnshela per acre than the common '. -- - Potato, on moderately fertile land; ' doea well in almost all kinda of oil, and is fit for the table, in ' this . latitude from the 20th to the SOth of August . I '. SOIL . Select rolling or well drained land Itls an error to suppose, as many do. that sandy or eravellv soils only will do. Any soil that can be made and kept mellow from May to September, will do. Jtrew land i$ rtt rate. It is a common error to select land too rich snch as old garden plots. Such loca tions produce too much vine. Side hills too ; poor for a good crop will often prove the best of locations: Such side bills, however, almost in variably need. - MANURE. It should be well rotted, and mar be applied in hQl or broadcast On hea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 May 1864

Gallipolis Journal. ' ' A FAELT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO ' THE INTERESTS OF ; "- GALLIA COUNTY. H. JL. STEWART, ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. : 3TAt $1)50 Invariably in advance I Notice. CHILLIS 8. Mills, or Uallia county, minor, and Elzy Mills, bi guardian, Marr Graham, a mi our, of Gall-rtohs, Gallia county i Ohio, Fanny B. Williams, a nuL-or, of 11 - j L- u' ,j .1 1 1 t 1 : UIIIIIWUIUJi KIIU Cm nWJUCHtUa IWttMH ad John E- Mills, of Osllia county, are here by notified that on toe ziia uy of April. A. D. 1864, Wm. W. Mills file.) in the Clerk's office of die Court of Common Pleas, within anil for said eonnty, a petition, which is now pending, wherein tbe said M m. n . jams de mands partition of the following real estate, to wit: A tract of land described as follows: Beeinning at the south-east corner of section No. 6, township 5, ranee 15, in the Ohio .Saofo, ai. t the county of Gallia S3 21 to a stake; thence west 32 43 to a post: thence south 3251 i thence east 32.43 to the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 May 1864

Gallipolis Journal. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. CINCINNATI. MAY. 24. 6 P. M. f . T a w r V, 7n north of BichnTona. - . ., ES6 ftajckedpitlerat midnight fJ4"Ft4 ffpJlseil pith grert'ilaugh- LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. CINCINNATI. MAY. 24. 6 P. M. THE STATESMAN ON GENERAL BUTLER. 2-Thfnoremeitnp tiie James' nr- . i"- -rurrrKiA Qrt.-,.- -s;"'i:--iV . Tw01.0 ?1?tc,niaB in W?!, on Gen, Butler calls him a impudent imposter,' and addsr ' i-1 er is that of Gen. W. F. Smith: Gen. Butler is at Fortress Monroe, has command of the telegraph, and he is the first to claim the credit and glory Of having already ' captured Rich mond and snbdaed the Confederacy. I The man who never fought a battle, and who by bis astounding imbecili- i fvllftilAlt tlmiMt AVftrv MPin'flAfi in' Yi. 1.n.rm-t u the hero of the greatest campaign or -oneir theWar7 -..i -T-; . . ;i ocatesmanr uen. rsuwer is aeaiing; the friends, of the statesman about Richmond some' tellinsr blows.' ; It must be exnected that Conoer...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 May 1864

'T5'i,iaENRlRD's"EIILEr jx , nw, mryt eonsiaera-ov'ernsiBt; Iraodkir,. tobeths crwk'meJSaA.!' success in business and pre) ode to wealth. And I have made it: an invariable rule, too, to ad Teniae in the dulleat tiroes, long expe rience baring .taught: rae that' money thus peat l WeU Isid out; as by keef mg oW business-continually before the public, it hag se cured me many sales that I would, otherwise bav lost." StxmJ Geeae. " .' k ! , .-: Support Your :-- - OWN - . MANUFACTURERS; 31 BUCKEYE FOUNDRY, On .Tjiird Street, GALLfPOLlS, ' 0. ' ' Nearly Opposite the ' National Hotel. t THJ5 uidereijrned ithenkruf for past faora, informs the public that hia Foundery is now in full blast. , ; Cook Stores, Coal Stoves, Wood Stove, . - . : Heating Stoves, Parlor Stoves, Grates, Holloware, Ae. Always on hand, or made to order on shor notice. ' ' ----- Ploughs. Ploughs. The attention of farmers is called to a new Plough, which I shall have ready for Spring trade, that is warranted to give genera...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 May 1864

Farmers Department. "FlLTIRIHO ClSTBR "WiTEK. It teem to be pretty generally Admit ted tbt soft water is the most health ful foe ddftking and cooking pur poses. ' Eaifr water la about the only -ouice cpply'"In;in6st5)arta of the cojinjry.; ? It fixe-' befcomea an important matter liow it can be cheaply "and thoroughly purified.") Aa to cistern water, I se it evry day as pate and limpid, as though t came from a spring. . It is filtered through cement pipesv which " arVil most aa solid to appearance as our brown sand-stone, yet perfectly po . rons.- These pipes are the invention of M. R-.Pierce of this city, and the eecret of their porosity . consists in mixing the sand and cement, with the least peSsible ' portion of water ,to make it adhere under powerful pressure. About ten feet of 4 inch pipe is laid down in the bottom of the cistern, one end cemented' light, and the other attached by cement to the pipe, of the pumpr so that all the water draws has to pass through the substance or...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 June 1864

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. A FABILY newspaper, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO 4 ' THE INTERESTS OF i v GALLlX COUNTY. r. ,R. Ii. STEWART, 'v EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.' I :&"Ai $1,50 invariably in advanc IVotlce. I .xi. -nd rv '.IW 2. MTT. ?-.: 5 oi)S7c.lli. CHILLIS 8. Mills, of Gallia county, ""."P""" w M lhTde- ending, where. ithe ,and. rrt.tK f th Mr J l w,t:; A tract oT Jj'JSS; xVT.ITlTiroM. Xo. 6. township 5. ' "leGj Company's purehaae, in the county ol uajna ndStaUof'ohio. at a stake; thence north -v.- . ... ... . 3221 to a atake: thenee weetaa-! toa post; . A JS . 'o VkV- .t 32.43 tithe vnrucv "uiu rtS?: Twlis to Harrilrg. which run Hirouen w Hmef jn6aH Uial Biaet'or : parcel of land wt,M l.y Hrrthia S. Tupir, by deed, elated 'February 27, iai5,and reeorded w vol, 12, rnffes 722 and 723, rerd of deeds of -Gallia eouniv. Ohio, to John N.. Mills, and Benjamin F. Mills. situate in aeetmn 6, town chip 5, range 15, in Gallia county, Ohio, ex Wf that part thenof conveyed by John V. -Mills, by aa...

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

Gallipolis Journal. A TiJULT -TSTEWSPAPER, . t'TTrrY ipty Trl DEPJ4Fnv TIU? TXTERESTS OF GALLIC COUNTY. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. jfirAt $1,50 invariably in ad vane Jy During the" past week the news from the several.. divisions of oar Grand Army hu been as favorable as could bedesireiLv - -." :u .' On Wednesday the 25th Grant was South of the Northanna' river; which he crossed in the face of the most de termined opposition. Lee took up a very strong position, which he had previously fortified,on the Southanna, expecting Grant to attack him with in his entrenchments. On Thursday night, making some show of attack, in order to occnpy Lee's attention, Grant qnittly recrossed Northanna, moves his , array to the South, "and strikes the Pamunky at Hanovertown which the left wirfg of his- army cros seH. flfs headquarters ' wee " then ( Friday ) at Monohiche Church, six teen mires from Richmond. This masterly movement of Grant shows that he is master of the situation. If Lee enters Richmond his...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 June 1864

STEPHEN GIRARD'S RULE "I hare ,-alwey . eoMidered advertising' i!bifyMdiM)r,t.iMtiM e.tediv tteea In tnnoes aad prelude to And I have mud it am invariable raid too, to advertise ia tin dullest tin, long expe rieaee having taught -me that- aaoney thai epcat M wall kud out,' ss hy - keeping my busi ness continually before the. publie. It hat se cured me many esles that I would otherwise bar lost." Stotx Pmi. r Sui OWN MANUFACTURERS. ; FOUNDRY, On : Thini Street. .' GALLIPOL1S, O. Nearly Opposite the National Hotel.J THE unilersiened thankful fur pa faws, inKiniia tli nublie that his Founderr is jioar in full blast. ' Cook Stoves, Coal Stoves, Wood Stoves, ' Heating Stoves, . ' Farlor Stoves, Grates, ' Hollowtre, kt. Always on hand, or made to order on shor notice. Ploughs. Ploughs. The attention of farmers is called to a -new Plough, which 1 shall have ready for Smng trade, that hi warranted to give general satis faction. All kinds ot Ploughs ased in this country, for sale on reasonab...

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

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. SUGGESTIONS TO FARMERS. Adotliarmfl hs been made npon thi Agricultural labor of th e North forest bv the call f.;ihe Governors for 85.000 tafia fbf an hundred days. Tjie question arises how the deficient ty of labor thus occasioned can be ' mado op.'- We 6eebnttw6r three . chances of balancing- the account. 'In the first place those -mho are left can perform a little more than thcv had intended. The ' task of) whipping the rebellion and at the , . aanae time keeping the eouutry cup. plied with the necessaies of life is decidedly extraordinary and this is ; no time for any patriot, whether in : the field of war or "the field of work, ' to consult his. east, JThosc at home , can penorm an extra lass ana bhii be far more . comfortablv situated r- than those who are marshaled in de fence of the Government. Increased r enterprise and labor at home should be deemed a patriotic duty; but they , -i i . r 4 r.i ' liave also a Bumumui, ui uui pruuk. " 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. — 9 June 1864

. ... A FAHIL7 NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED fAfeTlCtJliARtT TO THE INTERESTS OF , GALLIA COUNTY. K. Jj. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. X3?"At 81,50 invariably in aivanc Selected Poetry. By Request. THE FUTURE OF REBELS. AND COPPERHEADS. A DREAM. 'Twu the still hoar of midnight, 1 lay on my bed, And frvtfish visions surrounded my head. -I dreamed I had passed through the last dy ins throe. And my soul took it flight for the regions IxJow. ' Tbn soon through the wide yawning portals I passed ifypM port examined admitted at last; . And beine informed Lv a ehost on the way -Uly respeet to Old Niek 1 straightway most! ... pay, -J '. ' ' forthwith to thU-throoe I went, and fclfpros . . trate, And payed my respects to the arch old apos tate. Then rising he hade me follow his wake, -And a trot through his kingdom fur pastime we'd take. "IH suow.you says he, how many quarters are eramni'd In various part with the ghosts of the ; damned " ".'Nool'Ii sed,"I replied, "go a head aad 111 lollow," So our p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 June 1864

llipolis-.!0ttr!ial.1 A FAMILY WEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULAELT TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. R, I. STEWART EDITOR AND FEOPBIETOR. t"Attl,50 invariably in advance ?-jyThe serious illness of the Edi-4 tor of the Journal for, the past ien days will account lor any errors or lack of editorial matter in this num bcr. He expects to be at his . post again in a few daxs. - arWe bave abo:it reached the point, when we must either suspend the publication of . the Journal or build an office. .'Gallipolis has be come, so densely populated,: and rents so exorbitantly high, thatmany V persons could make money by ren ting their bouses and boardin' a ronnd". Hitherto the . room occh pied by the Journal rented at 850 pr. annum. Now it cannot be had at any price. We have been kindly offered another at the moderate sum of $200. Considering that we are furnishing the pnper at the old rate, and less than its cost to us, we dont see the. point in paying 8200 for a room that up to this day rents for 8...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 June 1864

A Little Rock letter states tbatnp lb the 26th of January, over 2000 citizens luid voluntarily taken the oath of allegiance, and that 5000 refiel privates and 10 commissioned officer had taken the oath. 500 of the rebel soldiers were permitted to volunteer in the Union army. ', , ' ; XyThe 56tb Ohio re-enlisted veterans arrived at New York on Thursday, from j. the department tlie Gnlft on their way borne on a furlongh. This repiment has served through all the battles in the Gulf department, and has lost severely. Two hundred and thirty men - are- now i"n the ranks, Tinder command or the senior oiticer or tUe regiment, Capt Alenningcr. The field officers are all dead or wounded ... .' of I. O. F. THE members of Aeiel Lodge, No. 156,' I. O. O. F, meet at their Hall, in Greenwood's building, every Friday evening at V o'clock P. M. A full attendance is earnestly requested." ' MORNING DAWN LODGE NO 7. F. & A. M. A Meets the Monday evening of XCthe week in which the moon fulls. . . , ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 June 1864

Farmers Department. The past week has been highly favorable to the growth or agricultu ral products, and in that reepeet at least our fanners have little cause of complaint . The scarcity of labor will of course greatly leesen the breadth of land planted in corn and potatoes, yet from the best informa tion we can obtain, much more has been planted than at first anticipated. The calling out of our Natienal Guards removed from three districts a great many farmers, but even in those districts. things are not so bad as it was supposed they would be. In the other districts, the usual number of acres have been planted, and the prospects for fair crops are encoura- It is not yet too late to plant corn in this section of country. . Even to the 20th of June planting may be done with fair prospects of a good erop. Fodder, at least, might be made, and with the present show of high prices for hay, everything that will enable a farmer to get his own stock through, and leave him his hay erops to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 June 1864

; A FAmiY ITEWSPAFER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO , THE INTERESTS OF ; GALLIA COUNTY. It. I STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.., XSTAt J 1,50 invariably ia advance Selected Poetry. WOMAN'S LOVE. BY MISS MARY ANN BROWN. When s man U waxing frail. And his hand is thin and weak, . And his lip are parched and pale, ' And wan and whit his cheek; Oh, then doth woman prove Ber constancy and lore! . She sitteth by his chair. And holds hhi feeble hand, i She waccheth ever there. His wants to understand;" His yet unspoken will . She hasteaetii to fulfill. j She leads him, when the noon Is bright o'er dale or hill. And all things, save the tune Of the honey bees, are still, ' ' -. Into the garden bowers, : To sit 'midst herbs and flowers. And when he goes not there, To feast on breath and bloom. She brings the posy rare, Into his darkened room; : And 'neath his weary head. The pillow smooth doth spread. Until the hour when death His lamp of life doth dim. She never wearieta. She never leaveth bim; St...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 June 1864

aIIip0lis:j0ttrnal A FAHILY KEWSPAFER, DEVOTED PABTICULABLY TO THE intekests of ' GALLIA COUNTY. R, V. STEWART, EDITOTf AST) PROPBLETOB- X2At 81,50 invariably i advance Union National Ticket. "... FOR PRESIDENT . , . ' . ABRAHAM LINCOLN, , - Of Rhaob. -"2 ? -FOR TlCE-PESlOT3rT ANDREW JOHNSON, :- -' : Of Tennrs. THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) . .'. Scram Jcoor (Full Trra,) LUTHER DAT, of Portage Comity. Sunuore Jedgi (Long Vaeaaer,) WILLI .VM WHITE, of Clarke County. Smntc Jtwen (Short Vacancy.) HORACE WILDER, of Atbtabnla County. Skouxait or Btatt, WM. HEJRT SMITH, of Hamilton County. Atmni Ganaiii W: F. RICHARDSOIT. of Xoarae County. Cuimouu or tb Tnwir. MOSES B. BAILET. of Fnltoa County. Bonn or Pciuc Wobki (Foil Term,) PHILIP HERZING, of AngUize County. (For Vacancy.) JAMES M01TROE. of Cosboctoa County. 3TWe have placed at oar mast head? the ticket nominated by the Baltimore Convention on the 7th inst and so far as practicable advocate the cause of which Abra...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 June 1864

a. Jt-The Gov. Steamer Gen. Crook, formerly the B. C. Levi,-was at our wharf on Friday last, on her first trip irom un. ane maKesquiie appearance and under command of POT friend Chap. 1 Wheeler with the "Woodward Brothers at the wheel, Mr. William, in the office And W, H Johnson attending to the Viands, Will resume her regular trips on &.anawna. We trust that under her new name. she may have better lack. : ' I. O. O. F. .THE m55)er of Ariel S'Lodgb, No.-l58, li). O. F, meet at their" Hall, inrenj6po4'8 building, every Friday evening at 8 o'clock P. M. A full attendance is earnestly requested. MORNING DAWN LODGE NO MORNING DAWN LODGE NO 7. F. & A. M. the week in which the msitn fulls. Chapter No. 79. -Meets the Tues- jwonino ef t)i0 vppk in whinh the moon fulls. Hall, south side of trumic square. I JNO. C. VANDEN, SEC'Y. MARRIED, Tn Gallipolia. Mv 30. 1864. by Rev. R. D. Van Denrsen, Mr. Daniel Jeffries to Misafar garet Thomas. In Charleston, 'West Va., June 2, 1864. by Rev. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 June 1864

Farmers Department. WEATHER AND THE CROPS. The spring has thus far been too 1 . 1 . 6 . . wet tor corn planting on some of the undrained uplands. There hare been but three or four days in which corn could be even planted oa such lands, j and consequently but limited area',,, can have been prepared for the seed. should again remind the farmers thnt.underdraining ia the most pro- fitable investment they can make.. Jt would obviate the embarrassment of ( excessively wet Weather, and COntri- bate at the same time to the success Of the Crop in Seasons Of drouth. . . . v. t . . , . .. , Bnt It IS "not Jre too late to plant , This and even next week can be Safe- It devotea to corn, ana u me wnoie ,i i, ..v.. . ntK rrrA ncaeuu - -i - 6" , CrOft Tii,7W proaucea." 1 1 i.y J I JVBWetery 'part Of the COUhtiy COines tlie cneerliU wora .inai ine spring has wakened all vegetable life to. the greatest exuberance. I He wheat crop will turn out about as we hoped early in the eason, fnlly two thirds t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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