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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 June 1865

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. "K. X. STEWART, fcplf OB AND riOPKiETDfi. . A PAHILT, NEWSPAPER,. DEVOTED PARTICTTLAELT TO ' the ESTEEEST OF 'GALLIA COtJNTlf. stbAt $2,00 invariably In advance. Sherman House, r EIOOXD' STREET, ABOVE PUBLIC SQUARE, l ; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY J.B. KELLER. THIS House has beea entirely refitted and furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the. public ; . CeaTBTAMCS TO A FBOM TBI LUrDOtS ; ; mr orcsASea. - ' - C. J. MENAGEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. YXROSECUTES Pension end Bounty AT Money Claims with diligence. promptness, and fidelity. Office, west tide of the Public Square. ITor. 25. 1664. J. A. VAN VLECK, RESIDENT DENTIST, FRONT STREET, BETWEEJT CEDAR &KD SPRUCE, GALLIPOLIS,OHIO. All work warranted. C barge I moderate. Ladies waited an at the resideaeee. if deiired. Nona but the beat tnsterial used. All modern improremeats furnish ed. July 21,18(4. National Hotel. C0R1TER OF THIRD AND GRAPE STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, O. Nearly Oppotitr t...

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 June 1865

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. It. JL. STEWART, EDITOR AKD FBOPBLETOR. A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PAETTCULAKLT TO THE INTERESTS OF t t -r t nrtTTXTTV X2TAt $2.00 lnvanaDiyin aavaace. w I 47-Bowles, Willigan and Horsey, the three Indiana conspirators who were jufctly condemed to be bung on laat Friday, hare escaped that well merited fate,by commutation of their sentence to imprisonment for life in the Columbus Penitentiary. It is aid the other convicts are highly in-1 censed, at tliia attempt on part of the Government, to disgrace them by forcing them'to labor in company with such detectable villains a Bowles A Co. They insist thsttlie latter shall wear petticoats a la Davit. instead of the prison uniform, in or Aer to distinguish them from ordina ry convicts. . I Meanwhile the Copperheads yet outside of the Penitentiary, are ear nestly endeavoring to create sympa thy in favor of these nnhung villains. They are fools enough to Fuppose the people have forgotten the crimes of which they were con...

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 June 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JUNK rV196$ The BtrwU of. G-dttpolia are creditkbie ib the Councdand Warden! It seems that atlast, they hare deter mined to show "Jsvoird" and otiert that -king mud' shall' reign longer. if the sidewalks, can receive asmuch attention as the road way, all will be welLli We are credibly in lonnedthat they design improving j "2d street "right forth with," Galli- nolia a a r.itv is bound to improve. r T .nh IruiWard. P. M. at rUsilipolis. has been appointed girttiiraB-the.'uIjncola Memorial Ftfhd--1 reeive subscrip ions of One dollar each. This fund is designed to be presented to tire . family of our late beloved PresidenVfcs an ack nowledgement of the DcU we owe to the example, the services, the sacri Uceaytbre "character of the Great De Iparted, and of war Nation which he loved so weD, and ia Whose cause he died. It is to be boped that old Gal lia V&l not be behind in this work of grati'uAe.' ' Subscriptions limited toonei dollar. : ' ., ' , . ' , . " y T...

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 June 1865

CST Of all classes, the American workingman has greatest reason prize the Government under which he lives. Yet how few have any ade- quate knowledge of its real worth. They have so long been accustomed to enjoy a life of freedom, that they can form no idea of the superior ad vantages they- possess over those the same class in other lands. A com parison between werldng men in Eu rope and in America, will develope the following state of things, which the present crisis of oof country, may serve to show the latter, how infinitely greater their privileges are, and how little cause of complaint against the most benign Government on earth, they really have. In England and on the Continent, wages of laboring men range from seventeen to thirty seven cents per day. I or this pittance a man must not only board himself but work all day. The ten hour system is un known. From daylight until dark, is generally considered a days work. The family of the laborer mnst all work to support it, women an...

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 June 1865

EDftftRND FEWBIETOB. A FAH1LT-JIEWSPAPER, DEVOTED tATCDAELT, TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTT. XyUt mrariabif in advance SECOND 8TEEET, ABOVE PlTBtlOTll C0NDgCfl!E)6t .1 l. 0 J.B. KELLER. ' I 'filS House has been entirely refitted and I furnished, aad now'oSera, BUPERIOB ACCOMMODATION a to the public .ilrmxk orcauasa.0 ' J.'i ATTORNEY IT-LlW, ' ..,TGALLIPQLlS,,0. t30SECXJTES Pension and Bounty I Money Claim with diligence, Ip roominess, and fidelity.- - Office, west aide of the Public Square. Not. 25. 14. ( ;y p : ' , V Ja7 a vli:ck. RESIDENT DENTIST, : front ' street, between 'cedae - -.: and bpbuce, GALLIPOLIS; OHIO. g8 All work warranted. C barge (gBjjjy moderate. Lad tea waited on at the residence, if desired. . None but the beat material used. All modern improvement furnish ed. Jaly 21,1864.x '..,... National Hotel. CORNER OF TEIRIX AND GRAPE STBEETS, GALLIPOLIS,' O. ; j? early Opposite the Eureka Mills.) PROPRIETOR. , (Late of the American House,) "THS "Natioval" baa bii late...

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 June 1865

gSalJipjiIis lotmtal K. JL. STEWART, EDITOE AND PROPRIETOR. A FAEIILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO . THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. W At t2,0l) lnTriblT In advance. How shall the laboring class in. Gallipolis find the means of sup porting themselves and their families? Now that the war is over, and this poet about to be abandoned by the Government, this question assumes a degree of importance, which should merit the attention of every citizen. During the past four years, our popu lation has nearly doubled in conse quence of the demand for labor at this post,by the Government Wages were high, and means ot living easily obtained. This is all at an end, and to-day many men are unemployed either because there is no demand for their services, or their wages are less than they care to accept How shall this state of affairs be remedied? Shall we "wait for some thing to turn up;" and find in a few months that winter is at hand, and we have a large poor fund to raise? This class needs...

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 June 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 18, 1865. CiptLC. Forsyth A. Q. M. at Gallipolis Ohio, wUl sen, commen cing on Tnesdaj SO'tinnst., and con- unuingirom tujw u., -. w oio, a urge .... rOlrVY eUUUUkC nuivu waaa www horses, 80 mules, wagon's draysThar- 1 1 FT L r .Aft r.est,iu0erc. n .'-' extensive sale yet held in Gallipolis 7 and weU' worthy the attenUon ot speculators, and those who buj on y for their own use. A rare tuu for farm purposes u now uueim, we oree every farmer to be present Bargains may be expected as the property must and will be sold every body. Go S3T Go to Moses Mochs opposite the Court House, if you want a fiae cigar. His Ice-cream is equal to the best . -.. i - i -lir. Daniel Calohan, of the firm of Ford k Calohan had the mis- rrtn. tn in;n him hmri in th. planing machine at their factory last Thursday. He will probably Wo or more fingers of his right hand. He was also unfortunate in not obtaining a policy in. the Travel-1 ers Insurance Co-i by which he could . from ...

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 June 1865

A NOBLE EXAMPLE. .Cbma 4nn Al TTIftffl 17 - HOT A T WAJI mnlovedto examine the title of prcd of land UruehwtbL. J makirie iny investigations, I found .L v .Ltj t,;a inrouguuom my u,.- - for life, and cocld not, therefore legally convey any greater estate. Me had eupnosed. however, that he ftossessed an estate in fee, which is, - in law, a large estale.. Acting on this supposition, he had attempted to con vey it as such to hiff graatee. This transaction had occurred when the value of the land was only, a few hundred dollars-. At the time of my examination, however, a large man nfacturing town had been buut up around the land, and had greatly in creased. its value." - After discovering this fatal defect im my client's title it becaire very desirable to know in whom the legal title to the land rested. After many careful inquiries, . I ' found that young man in Peterboro, N. II., was the legal wner. Ilia father had many year previously, sold and cba veyed it as an estate in fee, and had...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1865

Gallipolis Journal. v. i :.f jr. -X. STEWART,' : 1SEI)ITOB AND PEOPEIETOB. XAT HEWSPAPEil, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO . ;.-, INTERESTS OF ' .' , GlliLIA COUNTY. ef"T At't2,(H) invariably in advance. Sherman House, 'BECOKD 8THEET, 'AbOvE PUBLIC -. vi .Sir - SQUARE, ' " ' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO'. CONDUCTED BY !, J. B. KfiLtEIl. THIS House has been entirely refitted and furnished, end bow offen, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the pcTjIie. COSTCTAUCI TO At OM TK1 LAVfiilCQ rui orcBAiAs. : C. J. MENAGEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ' GALLIPOLIS, O. V)ROSECUTES Pension and " Bounty A Money CUima vita diligence, ranptnesa, and fidelity. Office, vest aide of the Publie Square. Kov.25,1864. J. A. VAN VLUCK, RESIDENT DENTIST, FROKT STREET, BETWEEN CEDAR AKD SFRUUIC, . GAIJJPOLIS, OHIO. g. n All work warranted. C harg fffm moderate. Ladies waited on at the residences, if desired. ' None bnt the best material used. All modern improvements furnish ed. , July 21,1864. ' National Hotel. ... CORNER 07 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. — 22 June 1865

Gallipolis Journal. It. ,. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. A FAEULY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY: jfjr At ?2,0J invariably in advance. JKTGov. Brough in the following characteristic letter, declined a nom ination for Governor. No truly loyal man can read it, without feeling that our StaSe has lost the services of one of her most able citizens. No pre vivus incumbent of the Gubernatori al chair, has shed more lustre upon the State, nor discharged the duties of the office with more consummate ability. His honesty of purpose can not be doubted. His inflexible in tegrity, unflinching loyalty, and un compromising devotion to the cause of our country, render his name dear to every honest man, and upright citizen. To the private soldier,, his ear was ever open. We have reason to know, that in no case was the complaint of any private soldier, no matter how slight cause there might be for it, suffered to pass unheeded, or if possible unredressed. To the s...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 22. 1865. The Steam Bakery of Mr. W.H.Lngley ! being thoroughly repaired, and is now making a yery inperjor article 6f soft bread, crack era, ctXea, Ac., of every - variety for the ode of families or groceries. Mr. Fiflcn t.thotoaghly flflderstands hi baiiness, judging from the samples of Ms Work we hare seen He is tonrtdv nt nahmnacra it home and abroad. In the wholesale cracker and eake department he caa folly equal U not exceed the Cincinnati trufo. of which, dealers in the Kanawha Valley and at other points would do well to take notice. . Our worthy fellow citizen Ju lius EL Pitrat, has taken a trip north ward expecting to be absent several months. We trust the juorney may be a'pleasant one. It cannot fail to be profitable, as he was careful to secure a policy in the Travellers In surance Co.; for 93,000, in case of death, or $16,00 per week compen sation in .case of accident, and all ood for 'one year for the sum of fif teen dollar t. We only adve...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1865

THE RIGHT WAY THE BEST WAY. By lbs necessity of the esse the qaestion of suffrage in certain States of tli e Union is now to be determined bv the - National Government If Governor Fierpont, as is constantly reported, is about to issue a procla mation inviting the loyal citizens of Virginia to elect delegates to a Con vention, he will do it with the con sent and by the authority of the President. The qualifications of the voters for delegates will not be set tled by the Stale of Virginia, and thousands who are empowered to vote by her old Constitution will doubtless be excluded by the tests which the United States authority will impose. By the Constitution of the United States the national authority is bound to guarantee a lepublican form of government to every State: How can it do that in the ease of Virginia, where there is now no- Government except that of the military power of the United States? Clearly in one way only; and that ie by enfranchi sing all the adult male population ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1865

Gallipolis Journal. K, STEWART, "tDTTOB lNi PBOP1UETQB. s- . V ' w JE7Ai lioo InfariablT a aAyiace. jBHermaii House; . ; 8X000 8TEMT.i i.B0VE PUBLIC , . SQUARE, 1 :; - : GAIJJPOL15?, OfclO. CONDUCTED BT ' . ; ,, l.B. , KELLER." : r'EI3 Bowse has been entirely refitted and I furnished, and now often, SUPERIOR ACCOMBODAT10'8 to the pdblie. ComriAjrcs b Art) f atai ni i4ntd C. J. MENAGER, l 10 K N E. Yri ;A T L A W , GALLIPOLIS, O T3R08ECDTES Peniion and Bounty ,1 Money Claims -with diligence, promptness, and fidelity. -" " Office, writ aide of the Public Square. Kor. 25, 13(4. J. A ' VAX VI, ( K; RESIDENT DENTIST, FEOUT STREET. BET E KIT CEDAR Street, betaeeit AND SPitUOB. GALLIPOLlSi Oni. 7.--:- ' All work m tLrmntrA C Imrcrp ' . . , ;e- re3- noes. ir-. OD0 I'Dt tie bet ' 13 J, All modern improreturtiU J furttith f d - Ja: Si. 1964 National Hotel. i ' y.'- COKKFR OF t nxr aj : oRa : n st r eets. , f GAl.Ilf OLI.S. p. Marly " Oroaiir the Eureka Mill ) PkOPIUETOR. (Late of the American...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1865

Gallipolis Journal. sc;c IS. I. STEWABT, SUITOR AND TEOPEIETOB. FAIULY. HEWSPAPER, lITOTED PAETICCLAELY TO "THE ETTEEESTS OP Pallia county. jyAt 92,00 invariably ia advance. THE INCOME TAX UPON CHILDREN. We referred last weeV to the ru mored abuses in the assessment and collection of the income tax, and re nested information upon the sub ject from onr subscribers. The re oppnses received fulli establish as troth, what we were then loth to be lieve. jNot content with the most ocflotra and iniquitous mode of taza . tion,.t? s administration appears to tolerate the outrageous abuses in the mode tf assessing and collecting the same.'' It Is the policy or every cit ilized government under the sun with the solitary exception or tne Limed States to encourage the In crease of population. It is under stood that nnder the income tax law of the last Congress farmers having families are assessed fifty dollars on each child, as income. This is bad pnongh in all conscience. The idea of compelling...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1865

i GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 29. 1865. i r! ft' readcrf4lyth article o birr Mat pag4te4etlY8et't;eriL-- The day 'is fast approaching when uoae "perus t mnst oe met dj ercrj true Aayericaa citizen. Now U the time lot -tW public mind, to 'be caUdto that aeceeaitj. The rete U- ioa.Quna ns oaprepareo o Let hV not bt said that in this r.eT nhaae. wa were aarain Uteu at a dis- adTantage. 'ftead carefully,' and then hindit to your neighbor. . . , W.,re Ped to .notice 4V. tl. a amskaw Skw this VWVkll.hit among the Ranges at this post,-the presence of oar worthy friend CspL Irwin on the Hurricane of the- Stea mer Gen.'l. Crook. . ; - , Dary hw long merited such a posit, and none w know of, could fill it to better advantage' for ; the boat or profit n the Government- V'jtii R. Forsyth in the office, and the well known pilots, Will and Ed Johnson, at the wheel, we predict a successful career for the Crook. - 13r Capt: H. H. Boggesi, our highly esteemed A. , Q. M. who has conducted the business of - this...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1865

GEN. GRANT AND THE PONY. FOR THE BOYS. la the Tillage of Georgetown, Ohio where Geo. Grant and the writer of; this article epent a part of their boy- j hood, the arriTalof a show of anyi kind was a great event, and the one with which my story is connected was circus. People came from every part of the country in all kind 01 conveyances, k see we wuuuer- ful feats. To the boys, the pony and the monkey were the great ob jects of attraction. The boys and the monkey, as if enjoying peculiar favors, were permitted to. ride the pony. This pony was well trained to per form bis part. ' On the occasion of which I speak, after the pony and the monkey had performed to the great delight of the spectators, the manager asked it there was not a boy who would like to ride the pony. a no worn a&a no sooner bees spo ken, than on stepped a good sized boy from the country, and took' his aeatupon the pony. The pony un J 1 li .1. - i. i nci siuuu weu we pari vo u pentn til ed now, and a soon ae he wa...

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 July 1865

Gallipolis Journal. ft. L. ftTTEtyAfiT, . fift0H lW KCXtETOIL ,i limit fcEt7?JL7Ea, VCtfD xAtTICTjLARLT TO ft Ixiiests of GALLIA CbUNTY. J3T At 2,00 fntarfaMt t advance. Sherman House, UOOKD -SJf . '' STREEf, ABOVE rTTBLIC GALLlTOLlS.O'HIO'. CONDUCTED BY - - J.B. KELlUlt rfHIS Howe ha bee entirely artd I furnished, aad new offer, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the public CoOTTAVCI TO ajmrBOMTBTl UUTDniS' ran otcilusk. c. j. menager; . ATTORNEY AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pension and PMJ Money Claims with diligence, aad - aad fidelity. Ofiat, weat aid of the Pabli Square. rr. , la. J. A. V4N VLKCK, - - RESIDENT DENTIST, rtOKT STREET, BETWEElf CEDAR . AND SPRUCE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. AU work - warranted. C; barge .moderate. Ladiee waited oa at the if deaired. None bat the beat aaaterial aaed. AU modern improvement faraiahed. ; i July 11.1864. Hational Hotel. CORKER OF THIRD AND GRAPE 8TREETS. ' GALLIPOLIS, O. Jtrcrfy Oppotitr tk Eureka IfJln.) PROPRIETOR. (Lateirfttw Amerieaa House,) r...

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 July 1865

Gallipolis Journal. t B. 'Is. STEWART, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. . Ta FArniLY NEWSPAPER, . deyqted particularly to 1 ' the interests of WALLIA COUNTY. 9 At f 2,00 inTariablr in advance. UNION STATE TICKET. ' EOB aoVERKOK", ,-; Geo. : jacob d. coyC ' - ' " LIEUT COVKRKOB, A. G. McBURNEY, r : STATR TREASURES, ': : V S. S. WARNER, -. - - StPUESIK ' JTDGE3 LOKG TEEM, ' JACOB BEINKERHOFF. SHORT TEEM, --' 3 JOHN WELSH, c r , ATTOEXEI- GEKEB AX, 1 . WM. H. WEST,. " ' SCHOOL COMHISSIOXEE, ; Capt. J. A. NORRIS. -:;-CLEREOr SUPREME COURT, RODNEY FOOS. BOAEP or FCl'LIC WORKS. V . JAMES MOORE. .-. i FOURTH OF JULY. The 1th was a gala day in Galh- i,. i pons. At an early hour the boom- in2 01 cannon awo&e tue eciioea oi ' ' it1 i .i i - r the Virginia hills, aud the sleeping population of town and country. Capt L. C. Forsyth, A. Q. M. at this " post furnished a magnificent team of six dun horses, harnessed to a wagon for the use of the Gallipolis Band, and another fine team of four grey horses-...

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 July 1865

CITt 'AFFAHXS: gajjLxpoiia mix I86S- ff During the pt week we hsre Afeaej."": V " Bounty nJ . ptf .certificate ; for CUHku Blich; ' . $134,48 Pay for fbe oUowliit fiischarged oldierK r T r Cb. E. Hwk,' A. Spekri, .';' 151,80 644,42 J. C Darling, tfobii Thonsae, ; , :-5 , .Art.WUiami Chai.fi Ford, i Jes Gamon, , s -John W: Cav Isaac Price, Jai. F. jenkina, . Tbomaa E. Walter; ' ! Enoch Cox, JohnBoasb, , Thos. F. Pritchard Wm. B. Yeauger, 3 HiluB. Johnson,- ' ' Jacob Shultz, John Fierbaugh, Adm Marsh, GrantiUe Kiffe, 510,61 624,63 - 654,84 '233,88 311,99 163,74 817.81 fcl,86 1&6.66 328,01 439,59 818,72 823,05 437,95 243,00 161,59 6h0,20 577,33 j ; : ;' .4 :;. 7,sn,74 The abore named" soldiers- will pleasecall and recelre their money as soon as practicable. . j The papers' of Jacob Gillon,Asa H. Trobringq Leyi Jenkins and Thomas Wbite( bate been returned unpaid, final statements incomplete, and will have to be referred to 2d Auditor for settlement" tte hare. also received cotciiiat...

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 July 1865

Mr. Editoe: TVe Journal of the 15th inst, containa a glowing ac count of the growing crop. It may be the case in some localities there will be an average crop of wheat, oata and corn. Bat I can't tee it in my travels, particularly of wheat From the beat information I have, the white wheat is in a measure gone up. ' The weevil is very destructive in many places. I hope I maybe mistaken but time will show. You think the fajmer ought to submit to 50 per cent of reduction in the price of produce. I presume Jie would do so, if you could induce the mercantile portion of the com munity to reduce their stocks in. the coma rutin Men OUfht tO Uv UI) to the golden rule of "doing as you wish to be done by.'! r But I fear with a great many this is not the case. They make money honestly if they can, but still they make money. IT they can buy property for half price all right for them, but how is it for the seller. . I dont wish you to think I am dis satisfied with matter, or that I will sit down ...

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