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

Gallipolis Journal. It-I STEWART,' ;! . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. - A FISHY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO , THE INTERESTS OF 2 GALLIA COUNTY. tSTAX 91,50 invariably in advance Gallipolis Journal. Selected Poetry. THE INFANT PROPHET. It haa been stated that a baby was born during the past week, and im mediately apoke the prophecy con tained in the following lines, when it instantly died. It is astonishing that the infant seer should utter such regular verse. The prophecy may be true, though the story is nob How td awondroes tale give ear, ' TlasteotneU, front snotber apirsim 'f "J The angry son had font to res ' For many days in the red West; . , The enjrry moon ro in the east, . Jjieh night iu round fsee mow decreased,' Until iu sharp snd douMe hora -Forvwent the dawa and fiVd the morn; The smoky firmament of stars . .. Waxed bloodily like onto Mars; The brazen noon oppressed men's brains; Upon the seas fell all the rains; The fields were senrebed to stubble dead; No dews at nifrh...

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 August 1864

Gallipolis Journal. p.: Ir STEWART,' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. gg-At tl,50 farmrtahly to adVance Union National Ticket. FOR fEKSiCBS'T,"' aTr AH A H . L I N O 0 L W. OfininoU.". JLlf D E E tin J O H NIECE .. ..;.-ot Tennessee, . , ; THE .IjyiON . STATE TICKET. ;: I (Eucnoa Pat, Ocroaxa 11.) ; Siruxi Jei Foil Trrm,) . LUTHER DAT, of Portage County. Sux Jbdoe (Long Vaeanev.) -WILLIAM WHITB. CUrk County. Sctkmb Jonot 8hortTckney.) HORACE WILDER, of AehtabiiU County. .SlCUTtBT O STATS,''. HTM. HENRY' 8MITH.VBamnua County. '.. - - Attov GisiaW ?r- ' Tar'P. RieaARDSOy.of Monroe County. "CoHrwoiAia or. tan Tuiisti. : M0SE3 R. BAILEf,ofFultin County. ? Boaan o Pcauo Wonae (Full Term.) PHILIP HERZ1SS, of Auglaii Comnty. . . . . (ForVacaaey.); . . - ' . JAMES M05R0E. of Coehottoo County. Union National Ticket. UNION. County Convention. The Union votm of GUi oonnty are qwated to meet at the ntul pUeee of holding lcfltioai la their reepeetire towneliipt. SATURDAY, 3 ih t or AUGUST. 1864, Bt3 o'elo...

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 August 1864

. aacjaanwuniwin n r i LETTERS ; TiTtVATWINOTTXCLAIMEDU tbe Post AV -Offi t Gallipolis, Gallia eootV, Ohio, on the II to deyof Aaguet A. P.le4 fSJTo obtain any of these letter, th ap plicant most eall for 'tdttrtutd letter, giv thdt.f this liat, and py oceemt far ad- yertising: fjy if not called for with i a ear meat! they wifl be aent to the Dead Letter Office. Fnia Daxrviar of lettera by carrier, at the in eitie aad large towne, may tessootn by observing; the following ml: -..-.: , . ' 1. Direct letter plainly to the street and number, ae well ae the rart office aad Btote.. ' 2. Bead letter with the writer' naf ffice. nd StMte.ttreet and ton4er,i(tn them plainly . with hill name, and request that aaawer be directed accordingly. - - - -'' . . .... .: 4. ueiMBn w urPK7T ... -. in a town or eity. wboae special addrea may be unknown, should be marked, ia the lower left-band corner, with the word 'Transient-' 4. Place the postage stamp on the opper right-hand eoroer, and leave apace be...

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 August 1864

Farmers Department. SOW TURNIPS. tronfarexou to-" so turnips- Now, to day, this week, or certainly before the Ibik of August The old-time adage aava: "On the twtaty-Jlftadaj of July ow your turnips, wet or dry." .The rule is a, very good one, but we have often got a great yield from seed sown three wH.ka later wan that timef and m very favorable seasons, have been wel paid for all labor when the seed was sown September 1st. The right time, however, is the last week in July. The best sort is called "Pur ple Top Straw Leaf." It makes -a rapid growth, Try solid, sweet, nu Uious roots of medium size. . It is the most sure of any sort that we km ever tried or seen others try. The next best is tte Tellow Stone which keeps better than the Ked-Iop and .is esteemed better for the table. A sort called. Cow Horn or Bong White, is much liked by some formers. We do not like it It grows high out of" ground, T and is more apt to be woody than the others which are flat and very handsomely shaped. "...

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 August 1864

is hnxuU R.iii STEWART, EDITOS AND PROP11UETOE. 3T At 81,50 invarUblj in advance .A FAHILT NEWSPAP3 DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. Selected Poetry. WOMAN'S CALL TO THE MEN OF '64. Bot a little while ago ' ' . West brave heroes from cor aide, Esevr. looping fur the foe - Many for thaireooutry died. Still that toe i marching oa . Where "Old Glory float to-day; i Brothera, rooa ye. and begone ' . Talu oar Messing, aad awayl - wV, who looked to frail aad weak, .Shrinking at the sight of blood; Vow we've but one word to sr.-k, .Go! aad trust toot lira with God. Be who marks the sparrow's fall ' Guide y.ar fooUtpa ia the fray; Only hear the country's call -i Jake our blessing, aad awa ! i Pur theeskaef ifcoaa wb it . - . - Pair in death fur freedom sale, '' '" . ' ."We end our loved voea, nor aiU " Fur the aaerifiee we make. .Brother Hualiand Lover Son, Time and tide brook no delay! Norn thi great work must be done . Take our bleating, aad away I Ble-j'd aad honor...

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 August 1864

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Union National Ticket. L - :- ' ' FOR PRESIDEST.". r " ' A B R A H A D :L J W 0 0 L H Of rjjuioSsCD" 1 -FOJC-TIUB-f BEBIDEgTr" A H D R E Vtz fO B. W- 8 0 if Of Tennessee. ' '"fOtt CONGRESS. " IL' S.-BUXDY. THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) - Smnti'JuBOi Full Tmn.) ' LCTBER DAT, of Portage Connty... - ' Smears Judcb (Lou; Vacancy,) WltUAM WHITE, til Clark Cenflty. V" Straixx Jowii (Short Vacancy.) HORACE" WILDER, of' Ashtabula 'County. Sbcuxabt or State. WM-- EEMtY 6MITH. of Hamilton County. - -s ATTorr OiMUAt,' - 1 V.' P. RICHARDSON", of Monroe County. ' Omottbolub or rax Tskascxy. JIOCES R. BAILEY; of Firltoa County. Boaed op Pcn.ro Worn (Foil Term,) -PHILIP HERZING, of AuglaUe County. - ' (For Vacancy,) JAMES MOKROE. of Coshocton County. yThe news Com our ami lies this week seems of little importance. The intense heat of the weather, has in a great measure caused a suspen sion of active operations in the f...

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 August 1864

; Fit UN1 - 1 PALMER, Offer, for the Fall trad at tbe Galli- : nous piurBCTTi wiw amc ui rruiii .. mf .1 I i r c Trees fTfr JT-iwl in Southern Ohio. .- 50.000 Apple Trees, two year old. from graft, 10 ets. each. $8.00 per 100. $70.00 per J 000. Three year old from gtaft. 12! et. aeb. tlO Pr 100, $90 per 1.000. Dwarf Ap ple Tret. 35 to 3 eU. taeh. . , "'""J rT" ' T ZTl "- ': no wynnrwjw. ,-. eqltivauon. 15 et. each $12 50 ctt. per 100 .1 71 U . . .... i, Pi.. Jii CaCO. VD " ITT wm. ti,. ii a ivua each. ilpriersS5 Tts. each. Nectarines 25 eta. each. Quince 30 eta. each. .. ; .E FEJIGRKENS. Balsam Fir, Norway Spruce, Antriah Pine, Hemlock Silver tf, American Spruce, Dwarf Bcre and Tree Bore. . . , GRAPE VINE?. - Delaware, Concord, Diana, Hartford Pro lific, Clinton ReWca, Union Village, Creve linr Tavlora Bullot. To Kalon, Catawba, Isa bella, Caripues, Nthern Muscadine, Logan, Cuyahoga, Adirondac, at low rates. - SMALL FRUITS. - I have a very extensive slock of Currants, Gooeel-erriea....

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 August 1864

Farmers Department. ... aria view f tns pros high prkM of forsgs. it may wen quit unnecessary to remind - our fmer bow gresilr toorUnt it Is not f only to each indiYidmJ, but to ths eorotry t at large, t&Ai .Terr stsudjw mtmu of iaeretogtii eapply bo carefully fcdfopted. '' "' Hay will nanLy fall below 820 per toa.. At thie price it i certainly reaunerative, and the prndent far mer will endeavor to have as much to sell s possible. Oneway to ef fect this end. ie to keep so more stock over winter, than necessary to j carry on the farm. Bnt above all be careful to secure forage wnicn too many have heretofore allowed to go to waste. The crop of oats this year in this section has been on an aver age, fair. The straw if carefully stacked or housed, is excellent for feed and must greatly aid the Judici ensanner in carrying his stock tirongh . the winter. The' wheat crop though light, still furnishes a fair quantity of good straw, all of which will be required before next Kay. As the th...

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 August 1864

Gallipolis Journal. A rAIIILT" HEWSJPAPtV DEVOTED PAETICCLAELT TO JHJE INTERESTS OF I ' Pallia coukty. .JR. .L. STEWART, EDITOR AKD.PEOPEIETOB. tSTAt 81,50 invariably ia sdvancej THE CRISIS AND ITS DEMANDS. BY PRIVATE M. R. SCOTT. IN THE 76th REGIMENT OHIO VOLUNTEER INF'Y. -to- . v j j ,ffh-,. Th. arlstteoraeroiineaay. ? ine wWe 60nt,iKO"f,r- aje riconaiuon. iseneea t-y and to some rau;ni enpsgea .'; more and suffer more than others. Kone are war The war is general; it occasions . -' it mnrt tlian . thaWit is universal T. i. i, . A 1 1 OB UCVUIUQ . . M m" S.l2tld ani rithlr wreS SI Per 2 ; -Sto SwSif - wZrv mind is kept eager to -lrmiy JTUDQ is vy trager w learn its fortunes ana turns; ana tvery hpart trembles and aches to know where next its heavy scourge will fall. From eery qnarter comes the cry. "To arms!" every where it is hot! uari " - T-is state of affairs deserves the nifst serious consideration. These . n a ... vAva not Kaon nillpH in o the field for nothing. Principles of ...

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 August 1864

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Union National Ticket. FOR FrapT. - TO?:VM,,H,.u::i.;!.ki or niftwu.-- yOH - ' .1 Union National Ticket. THE UNION STATE TICKET. (EXACTION DAY. OCTOBER II.) Scnaxs JroaBrKFnll Term, LUTHER DAY, otf .Portage County. f- ... ScrmiE Jume (Lonjf Vaencv. ' . . WILLIAM WHITE, of Clarke Comity. . Sonnre Jew (Short Vawney.) ; -HOKACB WILDER, of Ahtb Cuotr. SzcmET.uir or State," . WM. HENRT SMITH, of HuniUoB County. ATTOE3IT Ge-tixal j . x AT. P. RICHARDS03T. of Monroe County. CtMmoLin tr the Tuasdit. MOSES Rv'BAILErrof Fulton County. -.. IkijL or Ptm-MJ Wore (Full Term,).- ; . PHILIP HEKZI5G, of Auglaixe County.-;-, i . : ?: . .(FoVeny.) r.i ,r JAMES M OS ROE, of Coeboctan County; .' FOR CONGRESS, FOR CONGRESS, H. S. BUNDY. CONTY TICKET ; For; Auditor,-, ? .. . - . '- WILLIAM NASH,""' - . .T rForCommissioner, . . valextine switzer. .For I nfirmary. Di rector, . A. S. GUTHRIEJ; . f "TheUnion Convention, for the purpose of nominating Can...

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 August 1864

New Advertisements. LETTERS EMAJKiKGTOCLAiMrou thePoH K. nffi..t GaliiDolis, Gallia county, hio, on the day 01 august. KPTi obtain any of theee Irttm. the ap rdieeat moat oaH for Wwrtisew Utttrt," gi v the date of thia Hat, and jy oca eent for ad yerusing.. W B A nrajcisrr for thetur of a letter , tK, writer, if unci"" witbm 30, day " Kriledth... poet office. ..rleUim be . 1 - thkJt h If aot called fcr within thefwiU be eent to the Dead LetU Office. Fan Dn-mat of letter, by residences of owners, in Cities and J"; tTsy beaKU byobrrjng-th. following "l" Direct letter plasty to ilie 'street and nuinber.as well aa the poet office and State.. 2. Head letter. ith the writer pott office and State, "1 ninwter, ign them plainly with full name; iM request that aaawara be directed accordingly. 3 T-Af tora tit atrantfers or transient visitors town or eitv. whose Special addreaa may be unknown, should be marked, in the Iorr left-hand earner, withthe word 'Transient. 4. Place the postage stamp on...

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 August 1864

CONTINUED FROM FOURTH PAGE. The idea that -tfi Intend of Djewhit race . demand thTPttul oppien Q en.iaTe- . - .w munn aaa nMfiii a aincrla grain of citbcr 1 telligene orjwelfl. It if contrary to every sentiirirtt of jaatioe end element of jnbood.-Tb only feeling which Habouid excite, u tbatol mingiea jmj; v. .nianMv- b ;.y T v - eriUo. t thin and jadgemnmpuweea. A,-w"id6m eminetpitb Tu.ji.a.i,. Thair mfiiul is thiVay. the -would commend itaeif to S tr qMtlrrf ilitlTT BWWiitT SJu with thU policy, it eoaoIwiTe toeoi rl: I- oannoi trnt Iheir onimoo in eoi L ii. ijeht. In epH of all their objectioaa t poee aU poaitire action when Ua.Lftof the uatioaand tbe dappineaaoi trembUng fh. th fNuaipt Jf dawrw W atvfin., 7 it r.Kttrn re"llnTt able. i. right to deatroy the inuiion which wm Bias .la eorner-etoo wny aaoia we throiighthiaatTUggto wia cmancifvK,u r Ikatea4.-r - , , A 1 - . V . . . I! T. T m)f tfcr poticv ! 10 emjctae 10 oe- Bpon oai Wie ita 1ttMJ"KI52jI l!i tarded eD,krer? &Ji aa ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 September 1864

' R. H. STEWART, . - EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR, i A tacily . yEWsmaa : ; DEVOTED PARTICULARLY 7TO f ' THE INTERESTS. OF;' GALLIA COUNTY. WAt 12,00 invariably in advance Selected Poetry. LORENA. The years creep slowly hr, Lorena, Tbe enow i ea the erase nen, Th nnV law down the f IT. .iresa. The fast gtrttaue where the flower have' -r- ltB . . . f . ' Bat the heart throb on aa warmly now. I when thesntnmer dayew-re nigh; ' f Oh! the ssn m nrrrr dip en low,- ; jtdovn eff etion'e eloallesa ky. Theua ean Derer dip so low, dowa anVetiona elod ljeaa eky. 1 We Ioed each oher the, LoTwia, : Mire than we erer dared to tell; An what waaiffht hare been. Lorena, . Hd but our hmnge prsaper'd well But then, 'tin peat the v-r ate rone.. . ' Til not eall op their ahadowy f.cms; I'll eay to them. "Imt year. aWp onl : Sleep on! nor heed life's pelting storm.', I'H any to them, lost years, eleep on! . Sleep on! aor heed life' pelting storm! "' & hundred month haw passed, Lnreaa, Since laat I held that...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 September 1864

National Union Ticket. . ; ' FOR PEKSIDEHT, . . -'' ' A B RAA H LINCOLN fOft TltK-PRISiraSTT, a n b kiiix o a u s 0 r r or nnaoMt.- ? ' THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) TIIXi'4MrWHITrLr CtoiVtiity.-'5''--' , Smni n &rShort TBer,) -s BORAC MOID, ft. ?f ArfiUboU, Coont. .', -, ."fitwkT 5r St, 1 . W! BElfRY-StflTB. of JlamittoB Couatr -,-- ATWMM.Gei-ttAC, '9 V. pT-KrCHARt'SOjof Bonrac Cotusty. . rCovrtBOLiuUor rati TAscrr. '"."'; JlOES-aBAlLEYfrnltoBComiey. KoAror- Pumjc Womfs (Tall Term,)- ; f HILIP HERZI5Cf.,or XogMwOMWijVt i 0Tr Vaetaet,J v' ' - - JAMES HOK RQg.-of CoeKoctrfu Cooirty. ; 1 I 1 f FOR CONGRESS, FOR CONGRESS, HEZEKIAH S. BUNDY. FOR CONGRESS, HEZEKIAH S. BUNDY. CONTY TICKET For Auditor.,-, --,'-., - s "WILLIAM RASlIf ' r" .j.or" Commissioner, '. - "'V' -VALENTINE SWIT?EK; t Far Infirmary. Director, . frA. SUTHRIE. Jfn consequence of . the failure of o!ur "pails' this' Tuesday morning,! '. we without late- news from the r . rot " ' II 1 Jlfl amy: . ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 September 1864

bio, 01 EM AINING UNCLAIMED ia the Post Office at Gallipolis, .Gallia eootwy. Ik. on the 1st day of Sepujoaber. A .IX leM ' ' . .. - - - tTo obtaia any of these letter. th-.P . n rhcWlattir,'jnv Ged.UcfthU lirt.Md p.y-fal- yertiainf. ' , IT. B. A aiocx the return of letter f " TnmmnTj C & s liSii JLXiXWa i' J J. IT. B.-A "tTTanV H.. writer, if .reclaimed withui 30 day or. Wa.writfa- or pouted wh the wrrter n.roei noet omee, no dhh, acma m if the r.elopo. tbt WkbVwiII M eooiplied witt the.u. p,.d ite bf aturerru, pcaUf, payable, when th k-ttr ii to Um writer. See, 2tf.Iw of 163 " - - " W If not ealled r r -withi .! inbetothtpdiow Tk Drums 4 l(ter1yTier, atthw' feaideneea of ownera, in eitiea ald 4arge low in, may beacctTBXB by obeerring the iullowing oi.: .., , .'... ; ;. . ; 1. Direet V-tten p'ainlr to" Ihe etrw't atid number, aa w-1! aa tlie pott bffiee and State. .... ,., . i.Ti wiin em wniw HH .IJH. and State. Mtrtet and number, aii with lull name,' and request directed accor...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 September 1864

Farmers Department. STEALING FRUIT. that ts lao oiZtUcUn9? WbaVsialTweVJw-'witli the pr eda- a4 visit our cmcloa , pt-tche. .fruit gardens . in a ' prcnara aestroyiD jrf.ilkiBg th reinli of much , labor nI4 .... a-t iL . eoar .il ia Dtcooang graTe .que. tion in our seJrhborhond, . and we would like ta lee the tohiect Aliens- IneomeSuteBlawthiTebeen'en- acted iWkiofe thesi nfgbt taidaj of' . T7 v. . 0 " i wanion young vanasu,- upon nm larceny, and Dumsbable as larcenT. "d6 iotbippco to know what the llw of jooj Stftte are relatire to thU class of thieTing; 1 lawyer will quick ly post yon and recommend remedies'. If it was Our best friend's boy whj committed the theft we would a qaickly and surely procure his ar rest and.punisSment for stealing a pesr as a hundred gold dollars. For H is often the case that the ; single pear or a single bunch of grapes, or plums from a particular tree are worth more, realty fo the cultivators than the gold dpIUrs would be per haps have cost more than 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. — 15 September 1864

ADVJkKl l&JSUliJMO '" ' t BT.S K E T ID JOB PiUiVTlIVG . or . EVERY DESCRIPTION GOLD. AND 011.9.1 2TJB ATXiV EXECUTED ON SHORT ITOTICE. Selected Poetry. From the Darly Morning Chronicle. A WOMAN'S APPEAL. BY MRS. E. K. SMEDLEY. They are coming! they are coming! from the land of blight and woe: . O my countrymen my country! arm ye for for the coming fee! When our hilla blush ripe with harvest, load ed with the golden grain, . Shall the free soil of oar feather feel the ty runt's foot arainf . How, when dawus the Gnl moment when in iiwinri miifniiil if i - - When is staked a nation's honor, human valor human pride. Shall we falter! Never! never! whatsoever may befall; O my eoontrvmen my country! arm ye at the bugle call. See our brothers bravely battling where our thousands feel before: Marc the rivers that have swollen with the crimson tide of war; Orphan children helpless wailing, woman bowed in speechless prayer. While our country cries for veneenee through the sulphurous deens...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 September 1864

Gallipolis Journal. National Union Ticket. TOBJ-lESIESftJ A B ft A HAD "icZ - Ofll-noU. . FOR VICE-PEESimSf IRD&EW t n gB OH - . -Of IfJMB"- L IW Pt.-rSr.rT.:?'T;.r"T Iff,:?- I National Union Ticket. THE UNION STATE TICKET. (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) ' ' Scnan Jcrs (Foil jm.f ? V. nf Portwre OcranlT;" - ' - !v . SBrJTO9W'y0;.r:.r; wpiTE.of CUrke Coctj. t . .9hruv-RUTev.r ' oAi rtt WTLDta. of A.fc6uU Co-ity.-, j - - Swum or State BMITH.of H-UBUloavonBty W. PI- RrCHARDSO-T, of Monroe County. - CoMmoUEa or ram Txaslt. JIOSES B. BAILBY, brFuIton Cou.njy. Boabb or Ptnuc Woxa FullTera,) . PHILIP HEBZIXG, of AugUiie County. (For Vaeancy.) -; . ; JAMES MOJ ROE. of Coahocton County. -. FOR C05GRESS, EEZEKIAII :& BraDY, r (ELECTION DAY, OCTOBER 11.) COUNTY TICKET For Auditor WILLUM XASfJ, ; - For Commissioner : VALEXTIE ;W1TZEE. For Infirmary DirectoT, " " A. S. CDTHEIE. r-Tha rnion Mass . jieetins came off at Gallipolla on . Saturday last and was well attended, by a larje portion 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. — 15 September 1864

Statement . Of the condition of the Treasury of Gallia countj, oo the first Mon day of September, 18M: - -i '- REVENUE FUND. To bal. last settlement. To Cm, Ac collected. To Col's Duplicate, $1987.10 .'404.55 704-.18 $94:3,83 By orders redeemed, $7921.62 ByTres. fees, 4M& 79C5.07 Balance on hand, - $1474.76 INTEREST AND DEBT FUND. To Mince last settlement. To Col's 253752 4 .98 $257850 60,00 By orders redeemed, . ' Balance on hand, 2518,20 BRIDGE FUND. To balance last settlement, To Col's Duplicate, ' ' " By orders redeemed, Balance on band. I719.52 2346,08 $4065,60 3117.49 $948,11 SPECIAL BRIDGE FUND. Cal's Duplicates, order redeemed. Balance on hand, . 2294.S5 1400,85 894,85 MILITIA FUND. 5529,60 394,04 To CoVt fines and com. fees, By Treat feea, 55,37 By orders redeemed, . 338,67 Balance on band, $5135,56 RELIEF FUND. To ami ree'd from State, JBy am 't paid townships, Balance on bacd, 11,050,01 8.641.55 1 - . ' POOR FUND. To balance last settlement. To Col's Duplicate, To cas...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 September 1864

Farmers Department. XgrThe present season hair this far .been nnrisuaUr lavoraHfr ib flie farming jnterest r, "Pie lat . rains have notlonJji greafly.prpBwted , the growthof cornj. nii2p6Utoea1'bQt made fall pasture la great abiin dance Instead of toe dry, ddsty and parched roads and fields,-wnlca.-, were- every w ere seen at this'eeeson of the' past three yara, jevely tiling looks green and flourishing.:: I .. --'.) .t The ground has seldom been found in September soTnolsf and in such fine condition for seeding to wheat compared: with Jast-6ea6on, the labor of preparing it is but trifling. Now is the time to get in yonr seed. The 'wheat crp was a failure this season and that, strain must consequently rule B'gMn the 'market-"-' Many" far- BQers hardly raised their ; seed. The high prices asked for good wheat may' deteiTmany '.-, from sowing as ma"BV"cres as they otherwise would, This is a mistaken policy. Kext season the wheat erop may and" probably , will be a large one. Prices - w...

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