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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 June 1864

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. L TL1SXL1 NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF ( GALLIA COUNTY. R. IV STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. X&At $1,50 invariably in advance GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. Selected Poetry. From the Daily Morning Chronicle. SONG OF THE PEOPLE. HT you heard the g lad shot that U borne That starts from the mountains ud swells to the sees; " The TOieeof the men that for liberty stand; The about of a eared and a purified land? In the hilli of Hew Han pah ire it chorea ba- To the far Eldorado iU harmonies ran; The ahorea of two oeeane its echoes prolong. O'er all the broad continent tossing the song. To the Man of the People, the Kan of the .. Boor! '- ' 1 . T hnm waa the labor be granted the power! 1 Oar roiee is for Limcout, the true and the tried; " . And let sore heads and copperheads both atand aside! "The way of the sore-bead transgressor is . hard Mad, honirry. and desperate corporal's guard With their penniless Croesus and stay at- home Mars, Who feet all 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. — 23 June 1864

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. A TAJSILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO ntHE INTERESTS 0? 1 GALLIA COUNTY. K. t. SfTEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. X-At ei invariably in advance Union National Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT. ". ABR1HAH LINCOLN, Of Illinois. ' FOE YICE-PRESIDEITT, 'ANDREW J 0 EN 8 0 V, ef Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) ' Somt Jrooi (Pull Tom,) tCTHER DAT, of Portage County. Banta Junoa (Long Vaoanev,) WILLIAM WHITE, of Clark County. 8min Junei (Short Vacancy,) HORACE WILDES, of Ashtabula Gounty. 8SCBITABr 0 SlAWr WM- EErRY SMITH, ef Hamilton County. Amun (hnui, W. P. RICHARDSON, of Monroe County. CoHFrBoun or m TssAicar, JI0SE8 R. BAILEY, of Fulton County. Soaks or Pcuo Woo (Foil Term,) PHILIP HERZINO. of Auglaix Comity. (For Vacancy,). JAMES M0KR0E, of Coshocton County. y We are greately encouraged over the success of the Journal. Oar subscription list is constantly increasing, oar advertising columns pafrCBfretf to-their lullest capacity more job work...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 June 1864

LETTERS K . ni-L . Xi" "eoo'nS EM AIRING try CLAIMED ia the Post fr 1 - . n joe j Ohjo, o the 23d day of Jnne, A 1864. tyTo obtain any of thne Jetten. P" plicant must eall far -aavertaed lettert. girt the date of thi list, and pay oca teat for ad- erc'sing. ' ' t7 If not called for within mu wntk thev will be teat to the Dead Letter Offiea. Fan Dmrar of letter by carrier, at the nnnm in iiIum Unre towns, may be txcrtxD by observing the tul lowing too: 1. Direct letten plainly tor the itreet and n timber, aa welt at the poet offiee and State. 3. Head letter with the writer's pssf eee, and Stat, ttrttt and saonier, sign them plainly with toil aame, d request that answers be directed accordingly. 3. Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a town or eity. whose special address msy be unknown, should be marked, in the lower left-hand eorner.with the word 'Transient 4. Place the postage stamp on the npper right-hand corner, and leave apace between the stamp and direction for post-ma...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 June 1864

Farmers Department. STIRRING HAY—CONFLICTING VIEWS. American farmers at the present time are iuclinedto look favorably noon an v plan 'or lessening or dis penaing with manual labor upon the farm. Hay can be made and housed the same day by letting the grass get pretty ripe, catting it early and keeping it in the air" that is, fre quently turning it all the hottest part of the day. Hay cut before it is ripe and containing little or no clo ver, may be cured in the same way, and if well salted in the mow may remain sweet but the practice we think cannot be habitually followed with the best results. The Hay-ted ding machine, is a very efficient help to farmers who practice the system of often turning and thoroughly dry ing the- hay in the auu. . The only bay tedder that we know of which ha.tieen . successfully, used in- this country is the one Mr. Herring ad vertises. The operation of this ma chine is very simple and complete, it tosses up the hay by means of spring forks which move like...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 July 1864

11 M I I I II IT I IK 11 ITTTt TTil I A FAEULY KIWEFIPI R, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY, TO THE INTERESTS OF , GALLIA COUNTY. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.' J3TAt $1,50 invariably in advance Selected Poetry I'M SADDEST WHEN I SING! A PATHEIC BALLAD. ' Toil think I bare ' merry heart, ' Bveaaae my tongs are (ty- . Hal ob.'lhey ail were uugnt to ma, By friendi now far away. . The bird retain hii tilvtr note, '' . ' 'Though bondagechaina hia wing ' . His song ia not a happy ooa, . , : I'm aatloVst when I aing. ; . - I heard them first In that sweet born 1 never more ahull are, . And now each song of joy baa got A nUintiTe tone forme. . ,. , Alas! 'tis vain in winter time ' , ; ' ' : T muck the songs of prig, ' ' ;" Each note reealla some withered leaf, '; .., I'm saddeat when 1 sing. , . ' i i ,OfaUthefneaIaTiae4tolore,'. 7 ' My harp remains alone, ' ' ' 1 ' 1 Its faithful iee still aef ma to b ; An echo of my own. ,' , , ; Jdy texrs when t oend oTer it . , , Will fall upon its string. ' Tet those 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. — 7 July 1864

i ATAE1LT KEWSPAPEEf j VOTKl-FARTJl'fcARLTf TO THE INTERESTS. OF LLIA COUNTY. K. L2 5fTE tVAKT, - -EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. &At 81,50 invariably in advance ; 1 Union National Ticket. : FOR RBSfB"KNT, ABRAHAM LING OLN Of IlllDOU. . . FOR VICE-PRESIDENT,' A N DEE W JOHNSON, Of Tennessee. THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) Sintiaiv. Ji'BM Toll Ttrni,) ' ... ICTHEtt D4Tr rf'PorUge County. SrncHc JdDue (Long Vaeanev, ' WILLIAM WHTTE.of (jUrke County. - Si fiif-ME Juwii (Short Vaeaney,) HOftACE WILPER, of Ashtsbui Connty. SccuTAtr or Statt, U S HENRY SMITH. of ilwuiltofl-Cwintv Attokket Gdoal,' - f P. RICHARDSON. of Monroe Connty. . CoMrnoLux or thc Tikasiki, ' MOSES B. B AILE7, of Fulton Coanty. kAn or- Public Worn (Full Tnn,) l'UILIP IIERZIKG.of Auglniee Cvxmlj. ; (For Vacancy,); JAMES MOP ROE, of Coshocton County. Special Dispatches to the Gallipolis Journal. Cisciknati, July 5th, 5 o'clock.- f the pirate Steamer Alabama. She vtjls whipped and sunk ten miles from Che...

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 July 1864

Jfc-A C5Binniti journal makes this pertinent comment upon Val iandigliam and his martyrdom: V&llandigham seems also to have Changed his mind on another sub jetfc at least there is a wide differ ence between him and ''his friends" concerning it. In his speech at 'Hamilton, the exile declared that he was the "only victim of despotic power In the country." New accord ing to the way his friends have tal ked for some time, past, there should be a largtt number of such victims. What becomes of the rest of the "blessed company of martyrs?" CLOSING OF THE PHILADEL PHIA FAIR. Philadelphia, June 28th. The Sanitarv Fair closed to-nlsht The attendance was larger than on any previous occasion. The excitement about the votes was very great The principal ones resulted as follows: The sword to General Meade; camp chest to General Birner, horse equip ments to General Hancock; silver vase to E. G. James. Esa.. of the Corn Exchange Association. The principal competitor for the last was the Union L...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 July 1864

Farmers Department. FACTS FOR FARMERS. "If. you "invert- ygur "money in tools, and then leave them exposed to the weather, it is the same as loan ing "money toaA spendthrift without ecurity a dead loss in.botbc.t- " , AT. : ' Ifybn i vest your money in boost and never read them; it is the- same aa patting money into a bank, but never crawing-wuier principle terest r' - - If-yon invest money in fine Stock and do not feed and : protect them, ! 4 I. V-1. and properly care for them, it Is thely same SB dreSSine your Wife in Silk ' to da kitchen work. If yon bves,t; your money in cLoice frnija anddo not guard and gite them chance teerjjw Ind prove their value, it is' the same as putting- a gced Jap flta the field Tilth poal- tooii tdwork with. . . ; ' ; , A If yon invest 1 your money ' in a good'farm and do not cultivate it well, it is the same as marrying a good wiie and so abasing and ensla ving bar as to crush her energies and break her heart If yon invest your money in a fine bouse 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. — 14 July 1864

Gallipolis Journal. "J A JAEILT KEWSFAFIB, ; biVOTED TABTTCCJELt TO ; ' '.THfi JNTEBESTS .OF V) GALLIA COUNTY: -i-r) R. X. STEWART, - EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. gSTAt 1,50 invariably in advance Selected Poetry. Selected Poetry. HOIST OF THE FLAG. The rebels thought they hJ oV,wbea the war i ' n ' first began, : : . . - I ' ' ! VTe met with misfortone, at th .battle of - Ball-run, - ; , " Bat tht-f etn tmadont, they had no eaHhlf w e veat inrm two to one ia a mr uuu ujm. Caoact: : ' ' ' ' Bwi "nvfhe lonf may ft ware . i . Drrrtha Union (iova' noble aa l aobrare; . r Ho'nt ap the flu on mf it ware, ; ! Orer the Uaioa and the home of the brare 'Out troops n the marek, they were mighty They whipped tii; eaepiy twoto"one in old Our troeptoa the marsh they were or the right , ' ' aUmp, . They drorthe enemy off the ground and took tu oil esiap. . Caoaca; Our treofw at' Richmond were under good . training, ( ;:.' They were under the eoumaad of General MeClelW. Our uvnpa at Bichmond were aaaioaa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 July 1864

[...] Journal. v ;A TAWlt .ZJEWSPAPIB, DE VOTO PARTICULARLY 0 v TBE DfTEEESTgO GALLIA COUN. rR.fi3.fSTEWAnT, - 'rt r: " EDITOR AND PBOPKLETOR. 5 'At tl50 invariably in advance' ' Union National Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, . A, B & A II. A n LI N C 0 LN : .-, r Of llhnoi. ' .. :; -. " FOB 1 VICS-PBESIDEKT, - -t AH DREW JOHNSON, :." ; Of TemwaKC r THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) . .. j : w .i Scrtnu JawiAFafl In, ItTTBER OaY, of Porta Qonnty. , .-. BmtM Jmc (Ixmg. Vaaaacr,) . WlttlAM WHITE, of dirk' "County .- '-' "8ctwm Jcnoi (Short Vieaacy,) HORACE WILDER, of Ath'tabcuV Gonoty. 1 1 I :.; 8icbstabv or Stts,.'j WM BE5BY SMITH, of Hamilton Coontr. Attomit Gottii t W.' f. BICHARDSON. of Monroe Coonty. "' ' " ' ConrraoLLES or ram Ttitsctr. V0SE3 R. BAILET, of Fttlum County. Boaes or Peine Tmu (Foil Tn,) PHILIP EXKIISe, of Augkise County. ' - (For Veey,)j J AMES MO? ROE, of Coshocton County: CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION! TIOXL The Union Congressibnal'Nbmina ting Convention ...

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 July 1864

QUESTIONS? 'The Copperheads By thaf the only object of the Admlaif trstion in prosecuting the war is to crash the Democratic party. They acknow ledge that iflhe . Government suc ceeds in -suppressing the ' rebellion, their Dartv-wUl be killed. This is one of the main reasons Why they the war BO bitterly, v . Now, we ask ' aU ionest men, can " , , . . ... . , connected with the : enemies of the Government, that is tO put down tne fcartv? Ought the party , ever to inoceed when its success- depends upon the success of the public enemy? Ought not the party to perish when its existence depends upon the exis tence and success of the rebellion? The Copperhead party and the Rebellion are really twin brothers, Siamese twins at tliat,' fastened to gether, the same blood circulating through both, and to kill the rebel lion kills the party. -The Ohio Statesman rep resents the Delegation for Illinois to the Chicago Convention, as for Gen. ilcClellan The Cincinnati Enquirer pronounces the . state...

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 July 1864

Farmers Department. CORN FODDER AND TURNIPS. . The Hronth that baa preaOed in o large a portion of ths West ill occasion soon crop 01 nay. ior ine Dtning winter. The arany tourt have fodder anctwich pricea will toe given for -tftiat can be-spared that farmers will "find it greatly o their profit to provida other feed;for their stock. . There are tws crops that, can yet pe srown for this purpose sowed torn and turnips.-- The immense flocks of Ohio. Michigan and the west .generally can pafcdtoroagu the win ter almost exclusively upon turnips -When in the Muskingum Valley dur ing a late fold winter, we saw a far mer'" emptying a' two horse load of frozso turnips 41 pon the hard ' frozen errand and could but notice the d- parent pleasure1 with winch the white flock gnawed them- On enquiry, the farihef fesid that his sleep hat never dbfcfi so wen on 'any 6ther food. Of eonrse, he give them ah occasional ,treakfcst of. earnvsf Now as an im -sense amount of sheep feed can thus be produced ...

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 July 1864

Gallipolis Journal. ,A FA2XXLT KEWSPAPIE, DVOTED; PARTICULARLY TO , THE INTERESTS OF ;;. , '. GALLIA COUNTY. '- -1 ''T' o.'sHVIs. STEWART,: EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 7 At $1,50 invariably in advance Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. TAKE TOUR GUN & CO. r,-. . . .. . ... .. v: - '. J irJL tl.rl " -1 .1. t.. ' ' Til fn- for lliftn yiio.know, LrTrhr corn ipn thr talki'Jihn, , "y "Th fruit nj on Uie fr. - , , ' f 'And, ll t or btJ-l n John,. . " " $ , lrTc Ui m II to me. CHORUS. r ?(r Bqthean drirr tin- oica.olia, J . .. . Aaa J caa Mr thy bM. '.!'? hwd my pand ir tell John, '.-'.He fouglit at Hunk. Bill, , He eoontt-d all hi life and wealth. Hi euontrr oflriug stilt. . . M onl.l I abaoif Uie 1 old blood Jofcn, . That flivrd on Mold outlif lain, ., ., V a. take your ran and go, John . Tb'. 1 ae'rr aee run again. , CHORUS. The army i shtof Itlankrta, John, Then taketbia lieavf air, : ' 4 '1 span and wove thetn when a girt, : And w.irked Uh-oi ith ...

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 July 1864

Gallipolis Journal. A FAHILT NEWSPAPER, . DEVOTED - PARTICULARLY -TO THE INTERESTS OF GALriiCCOUNTY: fl. 1 STEWAHTi - 'EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. i"At 81,5(rv:iablra advance I I Gallipolis Journal. Union National Ticket. i;:'f-Iifi-'?5 S-!' A'BRA H J H-fcl-CT T0 L If a ii d r. tar- 'SoM'tfi atr Of fennfae.' THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) f " Sdwnre Ju--HTull Tt,J " "' LUTHER DAT. Portage County.V S Simmnt Jundr (Lot VeiovO '--WILLI A3! WHITE, Clark. County,- ;r . ' -' -RrrnK Jitmw Short Veaaey.) HORACE WILDER, f AebUbnla County "", '8tt or "State," WM HE5RV -JUTH-.of Hiilton County. If. P. RICHARDSON, of Monro County. Cowttollei. or the Tit. j ,0SE8 R. BAILED, of FulU n County. Soakdot Pfbuc Womi (Full Term,) PHILIP HEBZIKG, of Auglaize County. (For Vacancy ." ; ' JAMES MOB ROE. of Coshocton County. UNION County Meeting. The Uoioo Totere of Gallia county, are re quited to fTnble at the Court Honte. in Ga!fioli. Saturday, July 3 th, 1864, at 1 o'clock 'P. M., for the...

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 July 1864

DIED. Ob' the 27th day of June. 1864. Sanaa- I., daughter of O. and J. Bern Jge, io the eixth r I . I" . . . .. --j j : Sanh wara fair. lovely nnu. """' f htr sjckneas,whicB. wa long aad eevere, aha was seldom heard to eomplain, and endured 1! her offering with more than child like A few momenta Oetore tue aiea, while her anxious mether Wss beiidihg over her cradle, ahe aaid: - Bock n, Bother, while "iLTeep" alaa! from which she never awoke. Little Sarah 'a bright' eyes are -closed her fair-form ia quieiiy sleeping in the eold ehurx-h-yard ' Never invre will her mother's heart be cheered by her sweet childish prattle, or hrr fathrt'a brow 1right-ed by the sight of her hanpy hoe. Her (latere aud lidHhrft 11 miss, aadly misa little Sarah; but while the. omora ior her here, -she l an angel ia Heaven amging prweee to Bun wr -oleseea Heaven ainpine Drawees little chi'- ren. end said "or aaeh ia the king dom of HfaTen." Then lonhg mother eease to mourn, " Rriign to Uod your claim; i - 'He...

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 July 1864

Farmers Department. SAVE YOUR SEEDS. Or witUI wqajait forotUiB. lag goofl crop- to aone but good aed.. Many farmer will pro par tbcir gronsd well mi epend tim sod labor to have it in good con dition, wd then nae imperfect or un clean seed, limply became they hap pen to have none other, and dislike paying out money Tor a better artide. Thia is ahort-aiffhted economy. No farmer eaa afford to follow ancb -A ytem..',.- " '.'I i The crop of weed on. . any farm la usually large enough. - They apringnp apontaueonsly. Why then prepare the ground and cow them? ' Wheat harvest is . now; ; on hand, and the time to sec ort -good seed ia at hand ako. i '. One of the best ' practkai farmers weaver knew, obtained his seed wheat in this way:. At the time of threshing, a stout barrel, open at one end was placed near the person feeding the machine. Every nheaf taken op. by him, was rapped smartly once over the edge of the barrel, causing the full, ripe grains to drop into the barrel. By this means se...

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 August 1864

Gallipolis Journal. A' rWTT.V WtTWRPAPIR. ' devoted particularly to fcl i- 'THE INTERESTS OF ! : GALLIA COUNTY. B. L: STEWART, . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. J'EtT&t $1,50 invariably in advance Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. MEET ME BENEATH THE WILLOW. - : tli willow, at the Maet me, ln, beneath tillv br: When the ev plnmd birds are seeking each their fafv hower: And I wi l low ule tell thee, if thonlt print irr pnyer; . mea tW btolIUMe wutUon, . . : Cacacs: tillv hour. When the gy plnmed blrdi are seeking ' - each their leafy bower. Steet me. lore, braeatfc. the willow, in the ealm twilight. When the itani ia aileat beauty deck the brow of night. And in accents low 111 whisper tales of earn est loTf Lore as pare as bless the angels ia their home above. MKe,lor.. beneath the wUlow. at stiliy hoar, When the pv itemed birds are seeking their leafy bower. Meet a, lore, beneath the willow, at the, ! lleet me, love, beneath) the willow, in the shady dell; Where the stmunlet ripples o...

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 August 1864

Gallipolis Journal. R. I. STEWART, jgDITQB AND PBOPEJETOE. &"At 81,5(1 invariably in advance Union National Ticket. " FOE PEESIDE5T, JLBJt A HAH L X W C 0 L W Of-IlUou " '""" ' . FOB vicraEsiDEST, ANDREW JDHN SON 1 Of .Tennessee."' ' , THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) ;."" Scrim? Jcttn-KFnH Tftm.) .- :; LUTHER PAT. of PorUge County. "' . " , Suraxn Jcdci (Long Vaeaoov,) WltllAM. WHITE, of Clarke County.. - . . cruxf Jcbin Short Vacmaey, HORACE. WILDER, of AsbUbaU County. - Srui'H or Stats. WJ. HEfRT SMITH, of Hamilton Comity. " . , J. . ' AtTOESET GfSIXlkL,' yi '. P RICH ARDS05. of Monroe County. . ' '."CoHTTMttAEB OT TBS TsXASLST. ,'.. MOSES R- BAlLEr, of Fulton County: Boaid or Pb-sue Woks (Full Term,) VHILIP BEKZ1NG, of AugUUe County. .. . . .. " (For Vacancy . - ?7 AMESMOSKOE. of Coshocton County. :- UNION County Convention. The.TJDion toU-i of GaTlis county are re- " jtieated to meet at the usual pUon of holding JetioM in. their re pee tire towiwliip, on ...

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 August 1864

f . t-th emdence of conapiracj ttt pri of thejpopperhpKlIeidert of the North West, - to overthrow our Govern meat. Is bow beyond a doubt Of c8ura the grWtVjlandighkm U ttjaehead." He wa initiated . t Bichthoud whilst the guest of Jeff Dvind sow holds the rnk of Supreme ooramander.'VTUe Gov ernmeat it la full poaestlon of all the fucSa, and has klread - made some arrests. ' It is to be hoped that if the f Supreme cortimander of the Copper heads" be again arrested, he will be sent beyond , our lines by a line which will plee him " in charge of the Supreme Comman ler of devils if indeed he will consent to have hell disgraced, and the safety of his " throne endangered by' admission of such a pestilent cuts, with la bis do minions. ; We shall give particulars "' ot this plot as far as developed next weelo. ; jtLts- Martindale and Edmiston ire recruiting in this county under tlie President's last call. ..Their head -quarters are at win gton.-. ;i. 7,3-10th BONDS. 'tJ THE First National Ba...

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

Farmers Department. KEEP THE WEEDS' UNDER. "Thfl ftrmer'liM an enemr, silent vAt rreeDine. spreading, working-it way onward and upward hard to subdue, harder still to vnqrjer. and almobt impossible to annihilate. "Thia en6nav ia the army: of weeds which infests onr land, sucking up the very ene'gy of thd soil, and flour- ishins amidst the poverty it incirs This enemy ongbt and must b kept under humbled, laid prostrate with the ground. The surest way to ef fect this, is to begin early, now. be fore it gets a sure and strong hold. Attacked in its tenderness, under a wilting snn, it soon dies. V "Come farmers, one and all; come ' with plow and cultivator, with hoe and rake, bush or anything dostruc t ve to the common pest Let ns havea determined, inflexible pur pose to keep .under this foe to .our im pro vement aud prosperity! Econ .omy urges to commence now, while the weeds are tender and small. Experience teaches, that one day s active labor new is worth three or four when the roots ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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