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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 May 1865

Gallipolis Journal. y? i IK. I,.- TEWAKT, ; r; j EDTTOR "AlJD PEOFEiETdR A F1HILY NEWSPAPER, blTOTED PARTICULARLY TO r f THE INTERESTS OF VL, li -- - i- GALLIA COUNTY. Sr4tt,W uiTujablT in advance. Sherman House, 8XC0KD STEEET, ABOVE PUBLIC . SQUARE. ... niTT TTrT tc nmn COST) tfCTEriBY ' ' J.B. KELLER. THIS House h been entirely refitted and fnrnwhed. end now offers. SUPEKJOB A famished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACOOMHODATIONS to the public COHTXT ASCK TO AXD rOM TBI LAXDIKA riu orcaaaet. C. J. MENAGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, broui'ututss, anti fidelity. -Office, west side of the Public Square. Ifor. 25, 1864. J, A. VAN VL ECK, RESIDENT DENTIST, FRONT STREET, BETWEEN AND SPRUCE, CEDAR GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. AH work warranted. C harge (moderate. ladies waited en at the residences, if desired. Won but the beit material used. All modern improTtmeaU furnished. Jily 21,1864. ' " National Hotel. CORKER Or THIRD AND GRAPE STRE...

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 May 1865

Gallipolis Journal. It. t,. STEWAKT, , EDITOB AND ' PROPRIETOR. A FAEILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULAELT TO THE INTERESTS OP GALLIA COUNTY. X3"At $2,00 inTariably In advance. WAR NEWS. r TVe Lave little of importance this week. The surrender of Johnston to Sherman, under Grant's direction, leaves the Confederacy without an army. The straggling bands under guerrilla leaders that still infest some parts of the country, are making themselves "6carce." Imboden and Rosscr have surrendered in the Shen andoahA alley, though Resser him self declined the terms, iloseby is elill out, but some of his men have offered to take him for $5,000. The Canada secesh are hurrying off to Europe, anticipating difliculty if thev looser remain on the border. Jake Thompson. C. C. Clay and oth er renegades of equal notoriely are among the number. Secretary Mallory of Jeff. Davis' Cabinet surrendered to the U. S. au thorities at Pensacola. Jeff. Davis is still at large and try ing hard to escape from the coun...

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 May 1865

CITY- AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, MAY 4. 1865. Daring the past week we have recelred at the Ohio State' Military Agency at GaTCpoUs, certificates of pay and bounty for John Cheeseman, $375,00 Elflah Shnmatej 883,80 Catharine Ellsessor. ' 415,63 .Alsonav for Wm. Hardee Dis - charged soldier 8534.12: and money for Jane Lee 8146,93 Caroline Burage 47,25 Catharine A- Tannef 47,25 Eliza J. Mossbarger 47,2o The attention of our readers is j called to the Act of the Legislature, establishing Military Agencies which , will be found on our first page. No one need longer plead ignorance of the law.' Friends of the soldiers will well to advise them of their right to have their buiiness transacted at: these agencies, free of charge. ' We ; are informed that certain runners for ! private agents, are circulating re ports through this county, that claims presented through these, agencies are greatly delayed, and that we pay Do attention to them after the papers we filed. These assertions are grossly untr...

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 May 1865

Farmers Department. SAVE YOUR MEADOWS. V " We learn Jbat some pf our farmer re ploughing 'tip their" meadows for torn cropunder the Idea that as the war is nearly oref, there Vould be litUe demaad for hajnext season. This is a great mistake and one which ther will find out when too late. Hay may not sell for 25 per ton, as It has for the two past years, but even at $15, it would pay better than corn, at 810, or it would be remuner ative. Now that labor is high, and scarce, a prudent farmer wiU culti vate his land in crops that require least outlay to produce. .The differ ence in cost of producing a -crop of bay, or one of corn on' the same ground, is too apparent to require any argument Save your meadows another season at least ' Yon cannot lose bv doing so, which you are pretty sure to do, if broken up and planted in corn. . Of course corn will also bring a fair price," but not enough to justify tlie increased ex pcnditnres that are required to se cure the hay crop. ' ' THE PROVOST...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 May 1865

Gallipolis Journal. EDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. ; - DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO U -THIS .utcjcjts ujt - -GALLIA COUNTY. "- WAVHtfo invariably in advance: .BidcUAiXIFOilSs OHIO. CONDUCTED BY ) J.B. KELLER; mms Room has been entirely refitted arid 4.JL: ItarnWSe 3 now offers,-SUPERIOR COVTKTAKCI TO AJTOTBOWTfiM tAJtWltU fiat avcsABOJt. .' - C. J. JIENAGER, ; GALLIPOLIS, O.. PEOSECTTTES Pension and Bounty .Mi - Money Claims with dili(renee, promptness, and fidelity. Office, west aid of tie Public Square. Not. 25, 1864.- ' - . J. A. VA1V VLECK, RESIPENT; DENTIST, TiOKT STREET, BETWEEN CEDAR - , AND SPRUCE, 1 GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. All work warranted. C harge ggj moderate, ladies waited on at the tsidenees, if desired. None but the best material nsei. All modern improTemeBts ' furnish ed. July 21, 1864. National Hotel. Corker of THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, .GALLIPOLIS, O. vJV early Ojpo'tif the Eureka Milt.) f . - ; . . PROPRIETOR.. ' ) (Late of the American House,) rfHZ "Natioral" has been lately re-fit...

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 May 1865

Gallipolis Journal. 15. L. STEWART, EDITOR AND PBOPEIETOB.' A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GxVLLIA COUNTY. yAt 82,00 invariably In advanec WAR NEWS, Of any importance, is about played cat The (Jontmeveracy Having col lapsed, of course accounts of battles, sieges or marches are no longer far- niched by army correspondents. If :t were otherwise, we should hardly be able to procure it in Gallipolis, uatu two weeks old. Our mail facil ities are hardly equal to those allow ed ns forty j ears ago, when Chili cothe was the nearest point on any leading mail route. Now that we are within 23 miles of a railroad a mail twice a week both ways, is about a fair arcrage, and for even that we are indebted to the kindness of Capt Forsyth, A. Q. M. at this post. This state of things has continued for sev eral weeks and seems likely to do so or several more, and all the result of granting a contract to an irresponsi . le man, residing in the northern por ionof the State, ...

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 May 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, MAT 11, 1865. Mast Amr, Bends ns an epis tle relative to the city improvements tsder the new board, that we would cladlv publish if our apace permitted. Hare patience Hits M. and no doubt all will be done that- yon suggest. Tour criticisms on the fence around tke Mayor's lot, are obvistea by the fact, that he designs replacing it with an elegant fence, as soon as" lumber can be obtained at fair prices. Corn sold In Gallip6lis week at 10 eta. per bushel, sacks in- eluded that were worth, SO Cta. each. At that figure about 16,700 bushels changed hands. The purchasers re- tailed some of it, at 8 cts. per bushel 'saeka returned, joe market has been elutted. No further tales noied at siy price. The supply on. hand, is far beyond the demand. It may be seen and scented all oter town and tictnity. . . -. Hay is dulL A small lot, before the late rains, retailed at 81 per bale. Since then no quotations. Stock on band, heavy. x?3r Th p Mi tj Knrietr rif the Pres. t- m...

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 May 1865

Farmers Department. ..-honTW crops is rapfdly advancing, And the ,. - . . .... . . . , Jwe farmer who U willing to do bia . work well, and trust the -resolt to , . , , ' . ..... ' - Providence, finds bat little idle time, C orn planted prior to 10th . of.JIay, ' ,. . - can generally be relied upon for a fair ivnn Tha lata hearv raina mav to some extent have retarded opera tioas, but in the end will be of great benefit to grass,1 wheat, oats and po tatoes, all of which we are informed by our country friends look promis ing, and much mere bo, than for two years heretofore. Thus far we have had no blighting frosts to injure fruit or growing crops, yet of the former, there will not be that Immense yield, that was at first anticipated. There will be enough to supply the demand at home, but little for export - We learn that in view of the clos ing up of the war, some of our farm- - era arc planting a less breadth than usual, fearing low prices and dull sales. This to same extent may be 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. — 18 May 1865

. i K. ti OTEWAttl EDITOR Am PBOPBIETOB. A. .FAEILT JlJE WSPAPEB, DEVQTED PAETICULABLT TO "THB INTERESTS 6pJ 'I'nATjjAVCOUNTY rAt $2,tH) invariably In advance. ( Sherman, House, BECdiri) 5 BTjf aee;6 p?ttI0 ' ""' GALLIPOLIS," OHIO! CONDUCTED BY -r.J' ? j.b.keller: " THIS House has Wi entirely refitted and furnished, and now offer, SUPEEJOE ACCpJJMOqAJiqNS to the pnblie. , ? run orauMi. C. J. MENAGER. 1 VTADWrV T . T A W All Vftil IV I tth,. J GALLIPOLIS, 0. PROSECUTES . Pension) and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, tororaptnenv, and adeuty. " " Office, vest aid of the JUlbiia Square. Hot. 25, 1864. J, A. VAN VLECK, .RESIDENT DENTIST, ; ITLOXT STREET, BETWEES CEDAR AND SPRUCE, ' ' "' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. -5"V " All work -warranted. O barge Qmj moderate. Ladies waited on at the residences, if desired. Tfone but the best material used. All modern improvements famish ed. t "r ". ' . Mr si; is. ; . , ,-. Hational Hotel. COBNBB OT THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, P ft ' 'GALLIPOLIS, 0. Nearly Opp...

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 May 1865

dalligolis Journal to f5. U STEWART, KDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. XAt 82,00 iarariblT to advance. a WAR NEWS, tw Jeff. Davis baa at last come to grief. His Excellency, haa found (be Yankees too many for him. The 4th Michigan captured the P-eaidwit of the Conthievaracy, on tne luti inst at Irwinaville. together with his wife and staff. Jeff concluded to exchange garments with his wife. and in her petticoats, make his ca cao from the d d Yankees. But iu his haste, he omitted to exchange hU boot for her slippers arvt mov ine his booU" very clun sily under the pette the boys soon discover ed that neat trim aukles were want inz. So Jeff's scheme failed Tlx following telegrams tell the whole story. BULLETIN NO. TWO. War Dtp t, Washihgtok, May 14. Jfajor Gem Viz: The following details of the cap tnre of Jeff. Davis, while attempting his escape in his wife's clothes, have been received from Gen. tt ilson. E. M. STANTON. E...

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 May 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, MAY 18, 1865. ' W hats received at the Ohio Stat Agency' at Gulifralis,' daring the paati we. Certificate of pay s4 pvntftor the foUowiag persona, .H. will please cllt IbeAgepey and sign the aane preparatory . to payment James Barki, . Frederick Lear, Mary White, " George Bennett, ' f. Mary Bodimore, V Jacob Ward llu PulmnM(riOr $248,53 . 241,30 i 2bu,4o : ,. JkErwin, 7,25 4 Lydia McCarty, A?A Nancr Amos, . 47.20 893,19 Among the many late arrivals in oar city, worthy of note, is the large new stock 'of Picture frames, Cards. Tassels and hanging of all kinds, at the Furniture Depot of our enterprising mends, a. li ay ward 4 Son, on the Public Square. We hare seldom seen a finer tari ety of Rosewood, Gilded, Plain and Ornamental frames of all shape sizes and styles, than they are now exhibiting, and tellingthey say lower than any other house in the city. Call and see as we did. OTk.. Moch at the old stand of Barry Frank, offers his goods at eott. Now is the ...

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 May 1865

Farmers Department. rFTof oicT Galia, wdr3 witb joui ; Hie ; wcessant-rams or tlte-past ten daya. have not, ooljrre- tarded ydnr planting operation sbut to a ferefttxtrat-Tendered -jonr la- , ? 9 " .. , . i. , bor ju April of try Ittde accent Your. CQrn fields If planted have been eo covered with'water as" to prevent -the ermiDatinsr of the seed. Jt pot planted, the lengtn or ume required to dry the ground Baffieiratiy, will find the season rather far advanced, to ensure a pood crop... Your cam, paign for 1S85 has certainly opened under a most disadvantageous as pect, aud it will require all your en ergies to counteract the evils thus far showered upon you. It is to be hoped that that portion of the planting season "yet left yon, will prove more propitious. But a great deal depends on the manner in which you improve it. Never in the histor'v of this country, was a. good crop more imperatively demanded than in 1865. Vastrportiona ot the country mustlJe sapplied-with food for-ene" yea...

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 May 1865

V,1 .STEW AST,'. : fcDlTOB AND PROPBIETOK. DgTJPiy, PACCXARLT TO THE DJTE31EST& OF ; " - GAlLlX COUNTY. XarA,t w2jtv iriYarUbly i110- Sherman House, ti GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. 1 CONDUCTED BY. p'l. B, KELLER. . tt 1. 1 i 1 Cu.j J ACCOMMODATIONS to the pnblie. orrrrA5Cf lwijrorioMTHiLAjiDiio r W Vi M JOTCHAMI. .' J " C. J. MEN AGER. ATTORNEY" At LAW, tfALLIPOLIS. O. 's "pROSfeCtTTES Pension and Bounty XT Money -Claim with diligence, promptness, and fidelity. Office, wer side of the.PuhJie Square. Nor. 25 1644V-1 i - ' - -f- J. A VAN VLUCK, EESIDENT DENTIST, FRONT STREET, BETWEEN CEDAR ' ' ' - AND SPRUCE, ! GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. g All work warranted. C barge ffiffpjj moderate. Ladies waited on at the residence, if desired. ' None but the bast material used. All modern iDJj roTeminls furnish ed, Hational Hotel. CORNER or THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, 0. Xearlf Opposite the Eurelca Milli.) PROPRIETOR. fixate of the American House.) x THE "NiTiotAL" has been lately re-fitted and new ly f...

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 May 1865

alligirlis oumal It. It. STEWART, EDITOR AMI PROPRIETOR A FABI1Y NEWSPAPER, CEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. 7 At t2,00 invariablT in advance. i ; j arThe correspondent of the New York Herald furnishes a graphic account of the capture of Jeff. Davis, the details of which differ from those generally given. He says: When the gnard went to the tent, they were met by Mrs. Davis en dit kabUU, with: 'Please, gentlemen, don't disturb- the privacy of ladies before they have time to dresi." "All right, Madama," said the cor 1'Orali "we will wait till you bare on your duds." Presently there ap peared at the tent door an ostensible old lady with a bucket on her arm, escorted by Mrs. Davis and bis sis ter. "Please let my old mother go to the spring for some water to wash in," said Mrs. Davis in a pleading tone. "It strikes me your mother wears very big boot3," said the guard as he hoisted the old lady's dress with bis sabre and discovered a pair of number 1 3 calfskins "a...

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 May 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. MAT . 86S. gr Wa hare received during the purt-tfee at the Ohio State Agenc " ceruncaiea oi fJ uv """"'J : George Bickabaugh, f 291,65. 1 JohnEandall.,, K: Vermillion, Eebecca J. Legg,' Wealj toward, ; i".0-'Taa 389,80. .1W.UU. XyThe P. O. address of Miss Maggie Kerr; formerly of Gallia co.,J Ohio, If now Spring Valley, Decatur; co.( low. v ,,s :'.: I JSSobscribers to the fund for creailnghe township' of Gallipolis from the last draft, are notified, that by calling on Geo. VT. Jackson, Esq., Cashiers of the First National Bank, they can receive 57 per cent of their subscription, that portion of the whole sum being unexpended. & The pressure on our adver tising columns for some time past has been very great We ask the indulgence of our country readers. We shall shortly be rid of some legal advertisements, and be able to find room for more interesting matter. ) r -Prices are beginning to find their level, and once more coming within Teach of men of modera...

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 May 1865

The .surrender ot Lee fell like ; now. in Angnst on the hopes of cat Copperhead. friends. The:.captnre of Richnrofad and Eight of the'Eebel GoternmenguUheHsll hope of the ultimate success of the Confeder- cy. The maimer of Lincola' dried no the curses on' their lifjsCiigainst loyal men, and constrained them- to exhibit an outward show of respect to-the mighty dead. All this they have tad - to ' endure r within two months, and as if their cup was not yet fall, they have the comlortlng! assurance that their beau ideal of aj President was caught tike an ordi-' narv thief concealed in his Wife's petti . Is there any lower depth e m, rnrh.,1 frrn f - yetr xes, wnen their beloved Jeff. the last act in" the "great American drama, in which he has , . , , ., , . r ! teen- Star actor for the last four 1 years. In that act he will appear in ! tne character or a performer on the 1 tight rope in 'which he will exhibit the extraordinary spectacle of a man standing on .nothing, and pullipg by his ...

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

16. Xi STEWART tDIOBE iiro'PBOPBtETOiL IHB nsTXKEST& or-v GAXLIA1 COUNTir. jAtV&W feftiiriAtlt .advance. Sherman Hdiise, 8ZC0K9 GALLrPOLISOHia . CONDUCTEO by ff'rn' House has been entirely refitted and I famished, and now offer, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the public COIXTflC TO AMDTXPU HI LADCtO , V5. f1 f'i ouafc a J.f MENACIER,' ATTORNEY :I AT LAWj ,1-DAliipOLIS,' biwi PR0SCUTE8 Peneion and Bounty Money Claim with diligenee, promptneea, and fidelity. Office, weataida ot thaPublia Square. J:-A; VAN VLECK, RESIDENT DENTIST,' ; FROST. 6WST,' BETWEEX CEDAR ,:. Aii fiPKUCE, (JAJJJPOLIS,' OHIO." Jrrv ' All wort warranted.C large r4 moderate. Ladiea waited on at the residences, if desired. Hone but the best material ued. All modern :rr-ronacnt furnish ed JalyIj I IS4. National Hotel. .'J. COBKES OF TH1KD AND (J RAPE STREETS, ' ' . GALLIPOLIS, O. Nearly Oppoitir the Eiela MUlt.) -ai' I PROPRIETOR. (Late of the American House,) THE "Natiokal" has been lately re-fitted . and newly f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 June 1865

IS. .. STEWART, ; EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. a pahilt newspaper, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY: 1ST At Invariably in advance. f&'On the 23d day of January, 1861, whilst Buchanan was playing into the hands of Southern traitors, and the members of his cabinet steal ing the arms and property of the Na tion, the Democratic party in Ohio held a State Convention at Colum bus to deliberate on the policy to be pursued toward the rebels. Gallia county was fully represented in that convention by .Messrs. A. Cushing and H, M. Onderdonk. Amongst other things said and done at that convention, was the adoption of the following infamous resolution: Btiotei, That the two hundred thousand Democrats of Ohio send to the people of the United States, both North and South, greeting, and when the people of the North . shall have fulfilled their duties to the Consutu lion and the South, then, sad not till then, will it be proper for them to take into consideration the question of t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 June 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. galupclis, jot t, lass. ftewdent Jotnwa. h iasned a haw JLmnettj Proclamation, ;which eainfcW too late fotthaWeekrf lata. V-.. ,.::;,,:i'-' Whall give it in full next week, " ' Ji" -r . - w MW Tb. aale of Goteratfieirt Hor- alS $ TllDr8d7 .I?! Was tTell attended. . The ge Drice DbUined for tho - iomest lot or skeletons' ever offered in this mar- ket, was $28,90. A large proportion farmers from- jvn n arm iHirL mm were purchased, by. Weitvi.-;.-5, ;..,'; - On Monday 229 were ' sold at an average of , .. j , t - , r i - t The stock was of tee same order, thongn 'the crowd of purchasers much mailer. Sales hare been postponed for about 80 days. ' ' .The Post Office : Department hare concluded a contract with John E. Beeside for carrying the mail daily from Lincoln California, to Portland Oregon, for $225,000. Now if cfllft enterprising contrac tor can be found to carry the csail from Gallipolis to Portland Ohio, all will be welL Small tinimportant routes like the one in Ca...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 June 1865

DIED. S&Vi twin brother Copperhead pemocracydSecessionaongunited bytheclosesl ligamento,.iomewhat resembling that Of the imeM Twin, hare suddenly become dtfuncL . They, were e lineal descendant, ot John C. Calhoun by a alave woman, and possessed the elements Coppechead Democracy teemed to have special care or his brotner, -whose spirit was of that overbearing brutal and tyrannical style that would Brook no insult even where non was intended. This spirit of tyranny kept him constantly in a turmoil, Alleging that designs were made by others to rob him of his property. This prop- eity consisted for the most part of human chattels, except in color, strongly resembling Secession; and by many believed to be rery nearly related to him, if sot his own flesh and blood. . -The peculiar office of Copperhead Democracy, was to see that his brother obtained his rights. He was a peace-man in the strictest sense, and felt it his Id uty to maintain that principle toward all ;- with whom be cessi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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