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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 March 1865

Gallipolis Journal. R. I. STEWAKTi EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR. lea . ."i .1 t . .1 it DEXCffER PARTICTLABLY TO THE INTERESTS Of GALLIA- COUNTY. S3T At i2,00 inveriablt & advance. ECOHD STREET, AtfOtE PtBLIC . SQUARE,' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. DOSDUCTElMJ; .-,r, !. r . . M. JEFtfEltS. THIS Heuw?hbee .entirely refitted tod furnished,' and now offer. SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION 9 to the poblie "OcHirrrAJtct t9 ro tai iannrtf ' Critk o'auao.i i .4. ' C. J. MENAGER, ATlE85lI.lAT M GALLIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pemion and &nty JUmey .Claim with . diligence, promptness, and fidelity. " " " Office, wet aide of the Public Square, gov. 21864. J. A. VAX XI A CK. REDfeNJ-T DENTIST, rRflJri' Vtreet. etwee1 cedar AND SPRUCE, . aIALLIPOLJS. OHIO. All work warranted. C barge f moderate. Lad ie waited o at the . . . . 1 . - 1 1 .1 1 1 residences; if aeairea none nui me vemi material osed. All modern improvement furnish ed. 2ll4 ....... National Hotel. CORNER OF THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, ..vGALLIPOLIS, O. Starly 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. — 23 March 1865

Gallipolis Journal. K. I-. STEWART, EDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. A FAHILY HEWEPiPIB, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OP GALLIA COUNTY. At 82,00 invariably in advance. ; WAR NEWS. Xjr.Tliia week we have" little of aeetcing importance, but all we have goea to show that the Confederacy ia "up a spout" From rebel aonr cea we learn this fact as clearly -as from our own side. Jeff. Davis has sent a message to his Congress, ask ing for authority to purchase provid ions for coin which is only another way of asking authority to rob the banks of their coin. . He also asks the suspension of the habeas corpus. Both these requests were complied with. Indeed things indicate pretty clearly thai Jeff. Davis can have lefjve to do any thing he chooses, as affairs have become desperate and the leaders see only destruction on all sides. The enlisting of negro troops has commenced in Richmond in earnest Lee expresses great satisfaction with the Dlan, and is anxious to see how they will fight for slavery...

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 March 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS MARCH 23. 1865. Our esteemed friend Charles Carel will please except many thanks for the fine Photos placed on our table.. r ., . Those wishing a fine copy or their smiling . coantenances, will be welf rewarded.br calling at Charley's Gallery just below the Journal UflJce, while this fine weatner lasts, iuoub" be says it makes no difference, as he cad take anv kind of a picture in uewituDiujiuu r any kind of weather. - . , ,, - 3TH F. Wood Of Co., 1L 7.1 . . mt p .,. .0. V. C. captured at Bogersvme; Term in NOV., 1863, and kept Close lenn.,in , , . nnsoner at Bell isle, Anaersonvme, " , f...i,tnmftnt.h. . . .. . ,- reacned ma nome in vr&uipuu wu last. Sunday. Probably no one from Gallia county has had a more en larged experience of Southern prisons than our friend Felix Wood. Under it all he bore up like a man, and re- tarns in comparatively good health. It is unnecessary to say that he was gladly welcomed by our people with whom he was always a favorite...

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 March 1865

Farmers Department. rrx- nr farmers mav learn irom JfcvV the following statistics, taken from the Western Rtserve Chronicle; that ' one of thetoost profitable branches of their businesa iatfie dairy.. There seems to be no reason why. the same results given below, should not be attained bthis locality, if we use the samecnergy.economy.and knowledge that our Yankee friends bring to bear ttpon it. Butter and cheese bring aa Ligh prices in Gallipolis as elsewhere. In petifcoP climate, the advantages are in our favor. What is more par ticujarly rctrired, is a good stock of f ows, valuable lor their fine qualities as milkers, f A - live Yankee who would establish a good dairy in the vicinity of Gallipolis, would make a fortitae ifld give the business a start in oOieT .pftTts of the county. - Far mer please look this over, and 6ee if it! will-.-pot. pay you better than raising client - DiiuT- rBorrrs JIcssrs Editoes: 1 isetfd you the following to show that the "poorest township in tlir cou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 March 1865

mumim f$$rpBvANp PEOPEESTOS. "AABILT 1XEWSPAPSS, DEVOTED PABTICULABLT TO .2 V -THE INTERESTS OF . J GALLIA: COUNTY. t3TJL $2,00 invariably to advance. Sherman House, SECOKD STREET, " A 80 YE PUBLIC -..' :- : 8QPAEE, ; ; ' . - ' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO... CONDUCTED BY . M.'JEFFERS. TTHI3 Honw ha beaa entirely refitted and dM. furnished, and bow offer, SUPERIOR XUWMM.UliA.1 ivaa 10 toe puoue. Cosrvxr Asc to twsm tat uurccta ' rttx otcbamc- . t. tdfj; MENAGER. -,A3XbMEY 'A.T LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. .fcfBOSECTTES Peniion and JLT. . Honey Claim with tmnntDHL and fidelitv. Bounty diligence, Office, west tide of the Publio Sqnar. Sot. 25, 1664. J; a vva vli:ck, RESIDENT DENTIST, FRONT 8TEEET. BETWEEN CEDAR ; AKD SPRUCE, a GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. All work warranted.C barge moderate. Ladies waited at the residences, if desired. Bone bat tne Den material ued. All modem improvemeata furnish ed. Jnly SI. 1864. National Hotel. coBKsa or THIRD AND ORAPE STREETS. GALLIPOLIS, O. Xtarly Opposite tht Eureka Mlll$.) 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. — 30 March 1865

- K. L. STEWAUT, EDITOR AND PBOPBIETOR; ; ,; A FAEULT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICCLARLT TO . - THE INTERESTS OF- ; GALLIA COUNTY. SS'AX, $2.00 invariaMy in advance. S3T Contributions for relief of - our prisoners in Hospitals at Annap olis, during the week: -: -. Sirs. Louisa Morrison, 81,00 - Anna S. Morrison, - 1,00 Ella Morrison, 1,00 At the earnest solicitation of the IMayor of Gallipolis, we have defer- red saying any thing further on this "subject for one week. Portsmorth and other places have sent large sup- plies. Strange that Gallipolis and vicinity feel no interest in this mat - ;ter, when we have so many practical "Illustrations of the terrible cruelty, -whkli our brave men have endured, .and from which so many are still languishing and dying at Annapolis- WAR NEWS. - Maj. Gen. Crook has been relieved of command of the Department of West Va., and ordered to City Point to take command in the army of the Potomac. r Gen. Grant reports Lis loss in the Stale action at 119 killed...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 March 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, MARCH 30,1865. jgp On the 1st of April I shall re-f- feove my office to ' the room in E. Dele'tomb's building, immediately Sow lh(f store of W. t. Miles, on the lower aide of the Public Square, one 'door above the entrance to the bank. . iPeraona having business witS me as ' Military State Agent, or in any other business heretofore transacted by me,' uill please call at that place, daring office Loan. R. L. STEWART. gt u--i- : The Public Square of Galli oolis, is now of some use to the Gov ernment" It never was of very great . service to our citizens. We sbduld be pleased to see Capt Forsythe en rclose it with a substantial fence. He might do it with much less difficulty than some of. our enterprising citi zens iTave found, besides saving considerable labor to the guards. Capt Forsyth is now paying 9165 for cavalry and 175 lor artille- ry horses. If he was authorized to ell about 500 worn out nags, that are now consuming high priced for ge, without being of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 March 1865

Farmers Department. v " y The finest sample of Sorghum syrup manufactured in Gslli county, b Hppti nresentod as by William "Matthews, Esq., of Huntington town ship. In order that others may be able to produce an article equally fine, we have induced Mr. Matthews to furnish for the Journal, his mode of culture, manufacturing, Ac As file season of planting is rapidly ap proaching, we urge all interested, to gire his article in this column a care- ful perusal We invite others to fur nish short articles on the same sub J ject Sorghum syrup nas Dteome a staple product of this county. It is ' as easy to make a prime article.as one 'of inferior quality. The profit is greater, and the market sure. Mr. Matthews says: In my mode of raising cane I first select the best ground I nave, plow deep, and harrow well, I then take a one horse patent plow and throw two furrows together, making ridges about 8 or 5 feet apart. I have two pole fasened together the same as making a yankee jumper.about 3 fe...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1865

Dallipolis Journal. R. Ii. STEWAKT, ua? PAKILT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED .PARTICULARLY TO ;3Ali,IAXOUNTy. JfAt; f2,Wr invariably in advance. Bliefman House,., StDOl51. 8TMET, ABOVI PUBLIC -.. - ;i SQUARE,- - r ' ; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. " CONDUCTED BY' " JEFFERS. fT'TrrtSTToose hn been entirely refitted and J."' furnished, and now offer, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the public tomrxiuKi to aid rio tbi laxdiks vmnorcmABoK.. Ci J. MENAGEB, ATTORNEY AT I AW. GALLIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pen.ron" and Bounty Money Claim, with diligence, rattptneet, and fidelity. Oftee, west aide of the Pnblie Square. 85. 1864. J A. VA VL CK, RESIDENT DENTIST, 7R0ITT STREET, BET WEES' CEDaR AND SPRUCE. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. All work, warranted. C barge moderate. ladies waited an at the r 1 " J V - V . Wu sideMea, u oaimi ww material uaed. All modern improvements furnish ed. Jnly 51,1864 National Hotel. CORKKB OF THIRD AHD GRAPE STREETS, ' GALLIPOLIS, O. It early Oppotitf the Eureka Millt.) PROPRIETOR. (Late of the American Ho...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1865

Gallipolis Journal. .15. ! STEWKT, ; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.'. -A FAEHXY HEWSPAPEEr DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. &A. 82,00 invariably in advance. I have removed from the of fice on 2d street, above the Sherman House, to the room inimediatejn over the nstore of W. Y. Miles, on the lower 6ide of the Public Square, 6ne door above the entrance to the bank. Persons having business with me as Military State Agent, or in any other IniBiness ' heretofore transacted by ir.e, will please call at that place, daring office Lours. R. L. STEWART. X3T I am well supplied with blank deeds, mbrtgageii;&c.,and necessary stamps for the 6ame, and holding a commission as Notary PubIIc, can complete all business relating to transfers of real estate, without de lay, or obliging parties to go before a magistrate, o purchase stamps. R. L. STEWART. WAR NEWS. jgyTho most important fact is the capture of Richmond by General Weitztl, and his colored troops winch took place on Mo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1865

9S OA'UIPbUS, APfelL 6, X8C5. " " - .. AppHfcaAU IM cner. cer- tificate. .wfil ta, notice;' that ;Ure .v.-.'t hii-hMn amended bv the SVfMwA 'e18 certificate shall hereafter b fitly instead of h.rtj-fire cents. fe for malei remains the samer - i - . aFrof-r A. Q. Sear iorms us that the Summer term of tbeGaUia . tfWiu Academy, wm wu,w- aajApru iw . . lit"- i-fi -i ' .! ; V wuritf;-,' Oar township, hai kindlr furnished ns a supply of Tomato and Early rr i nionta rr fin, and of large growth. He has a large stock on barfd and can furnish our readers with' them on -bort notice. -. - : - X3rMr. J. ! R- Keller has taken charge of the 'Sbermau House," and bids fair to become very popu larwith our citizets as ft Landlord From what we know of him; it Is rair thmt 'hA knows .how to keep ' hotel." Mr. Jeffers retires ... , . , . -n .ji with the good wishes of all his pat- rons. ' .;' , - - . J " . : IT The election passed off qmet ly and resulted in the election of an ntir Hnion ticket We hare n...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1865

Farmers Department. From the Marietta Register. THE ROME BEAUTY APPLE. The attention of our orchardists la called to the cessitjof aevere tiin- inff nf thP hpads of the Borne Beau- ty apple' trees. This variety has fallen in the estimation of aome, be cause it haa failed Tor v season or two to produce such enormous crops as it sometimes does. It failed for want of culture merely. Left to run its course, it overbears, and then will oiro ct inst as the rjfeach tree does. Compare it with the Russet, which lorms bat very few limbs, and does nnt berfn bearinz until 10 years from the nursery it does not overbear protects itself therefore is the va riety exactly for one who wants an orchard to take care of itself. TheEome Beauty needs culture, and those who are determined not to cultivate it, had better never plant it Bv cultivation, annual pruning, and mannrinir . if necessary, is meant open the head of the tree to the sun by trimming out the limbs. Tou get a nice, large, red apple an app...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1865

Gallipolis Journal. B. L. STEWABT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . BEWSPZPEB, ! j J32YOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. J3T At .12,00 invariably in advance. : ; Sherman House, I PfPOHD BTBECT.A ABOVE PUBLIC GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. 'jCOODIJCTED BT ; M. JEFFERS. T' OS House has been entirely refitted "3 furnisHed, and now offers, SUPERIOR A.OCOMMODATI01TS to the public ; Comriucx to asd ra thi laxdiko nn vauui. -? ' '.- - - - , ' " :; , a J. MENAGEll. .i l ::. - .GALLIPOLIS, O. ' YlROSECUTES Pension and Bounty" XT - Hoary Claims withdilizrJw . Ifor. 84, 1664. J. A. VAN VLUCK, .'. RESIDENT DENTIST, W05T STREET, BETWEEH CEDAE GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. All work wamted.C. harge 5YttrB1de,u- toeidesMC. it detiid- bt bt nuUriai - wed. All modem improTtmemte famished. ; ... Jily 1,18M. , ' National Hotel. .;,i 4 ' CORK KB or V 'THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, O. yearly OpposiU the Eureia Mills.) B BRENEMANt i PROPRIETOR. J (Late of the American House,) THE "Katiokal" has been lately re-fi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1865

Gallipolis Journal. B. L. STEWART, EDITOE AKD PEOPEIETOE. A FAKILT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF , GALLIA COUNTY. &-At 2,00 inyariaWr in advance. i hare removed from the of fice on 2d street, above the Sherman House, to the room immediately over the store of W. T. MQea, on the lower side of the Public Square, one door above the entrance to the bank. Persons having business with me as Military State Agent, or in any other business heretofore transacted by me, will please call at that place, daring office Lonrs. Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART. jf3T I am well supplied with blank deeds, mortgages, &c, and necessary stamps for the same, and holding a commission as Notary Public, can complete all business relating to transfers of real estate, without de lay, or obliging parties to go before R. L. STEWART. WAR NEWS. Tbe downfall of Richmond every loyal man expected was the precursor of the surrender as but of Lee and his army. This most gratifying result to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, APRIL 13, 1865. h -S3- The people- t)f- G alii polls are Certain! not devoid or patience. For three days past no mail ias left (own onjthe.daily roniejiior ave we received any' for four days? It is Accounted Tor in this way: The con - 1 tract last summer was given to Mr. Kreider, a citizen of Northern Ohio, who took it at about one fourth of what it was reallv worth to do the 'labor. He soon found out his mis- take and abandoned the route. Con- tracts were entered into, by the post master at the head of the route, with Baily 4 Cherington of Gallipolis, at $10 per day, until the contract thould be re-let To persoas having any knowledge of the state of the roads daring the past winter, this price will seem reasonable enough, particularly when it is considered that it required eight horses two hacks and drivers to do the work. The Department at Washington, however deemed the price' tajhigh .and now refuse to pay anything to 'Bailey & Cherington, . for seve...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1865

Farmer Department. "AT The following 'statutes lately passed bv the Legislature of Ohio, will be of interest to oar readers in tne aiflerent tOWDSOipS. V e pur- pose continuing in succeeding num- bers of the Journal, the publication ' of all laws passed this session, that valuta anaioltv tf tnwnabinA. Par. .-mwrj r mers will do well to preserve the pa- nara tt.sn.lii. dots I fc rnl va f""! "V"J trouble. ' "When and how to petition . tor a new road. Passed 4th March, 1865. Section 30. Tha if any person or persons .hall. Cnr the convenience of lharnAl w. mnA . . t ,- ..K r;ak trt K. . Ai,; i;.i out, from the plantation or dwelling place of' any person or persons, or irom any mm or bouse of public worship, or to any cemetery or burial ground, or to any publie road, or irom one poouo road to intersect another, it hall be lawful for such persons to petition the trustees ot the proper township for the same, after gi vi&g thirty days' previous notice thereof by advertisement posted up ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1865

Gallipolis Journal. It. V. STEWART,' EDITQB AND PROPRIETOR: ; blTOTED PARTI(XI-ABLY TO ! THE INTERESTS OF 1 GALLIA COUNTY. ' Jf-At 92,00 invariably In advance. Sherman House. . GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY J.B. KELLER. TIIS Boom hu been entirely refitted and furnished, end new offers, SUPEEIOR "ACCOMMODATIONS to the public. CoKTITAKCI TO AUK 10 TBS LAJtDtXO i u orcaaaoi. 0 C J. MENAGER. Attorney at law, GALLIPOLIS, O. i-tROSEfctTTES Pension and ...Bounty M. . rti Money iium vita diligence. Office, west iide of the Pubhe Square. I Hot. 85, 1864 J. A. VAN VLECK, RESIDENT DENTIST, TEOKT STREET, BETWEEK CEDAE , AND SPRUCE, I GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. rm. AU work warranted. C barge GJSiiri moderate. Ladies waited eh at the esideaecs, if desired. None but the beat material need. All modern improvements furnish d. J,ly 21, 1864. c ' National Hotel. corkss or THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, O. JWory OppotiU the Eurtla Millt.) Bw B&ENEM&Nt PROPRIETOR. (Late of the American House,) 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. — 20 April 1865

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. At $2,00 invariably in advance. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. S '4 President of the United States, as- a actuated in the city of Washington, April 14, 1865. ., A martyr to the cause of Virtue, Liberty and Independence, be died at 7:20 A. M., of the 15'Ji of April, fail of honors, mourned, not only by the nation, but by the civilized world. Efts memory will live forever in the hearts of his countrymen. His ene mies will find in his death, their se verest lose. His name is "Oaaof tha tew, tha immortal few. That ws sot bom to die " F Vis m F-is g ft 2 i 5 if i i r3 J J nuay last was generally ou- serred in Gallipolis, as a day of re j dicing. Bat alas! how soon was it followed by one of gloom and sor row. On Saturday morning the news of President Lincoln's death reached us by telegraph. As it spread over town, it seemed as though death had taken the "loved one" from ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, APRIL 20, 1865. Oar county is fast filling ip frith 4eseren from' the rebel army, who lr engaging in , the laudable work of. shooting, or starving the husbands, sons', or brothers of our people, for four years past, and only after being starred out, come boldly Into town, call at the Commissary's for tiro or three days rations, and after loafing about a day or two, wander out into the country ostensi bly In search of work. Oar farmers will do well to avoid these fellows. They have been liv ing a lawless life for years past.-'- Stealing horses, and plundering farm houses, has been their calling, and of course tbey have very few conscientious scruples about making a living at it even now. The friends of our dead soldiers whose bones are now probably bleaching in the sun at Audersonville or other places south, will hardly care to have their murderers set down to their tables. It is trne these men may not have personally destroyed their lives, yet they were the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1865

A NEGRO WHIPPING-POST. - - - v :''?.t.T- . .-r : . In recess In tire yard uf piantea post, octagonal In shape -and abentr,ni feet iifbJght, surmounted by the-hight of man's Bjioulder, iron maps are nueato ine pos. : i Door Bafferer is made to hag the post yv7 " . , y asrt Wtue eWWWfooO over HllS -wnstS and : then la ten ea rinwrn with a. linch-nin. The Tictim ls firmly secureo, and, teillg previ, ously stripped, is maae u uuucrg that terrible rpunishmeut for centu ries past idenbled with the "pecu uar msi tuu-6 - wo B D".r T-- . v Jliner irom cnoice or uecause ue had not a change to get away when the rebels left, the'old keeper of the 4oJl finrV wV, rt ata in ihn Hplpf tft. ble capacity '.of slare-whipper,. still remaintaere in charge. . He is a blunt, .. unintelligent looking' man, and has. grown sleek and fat-en- -his iniquitous calling. He appears to bare no realization oi ice disgust ing character of his occupation; and speafca of his oft-repeated chastise ment of the poor negro...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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