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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 July 1865

Gallipolis Journal. EDITOR AUD .FKCTSIETOR. TJTE UffTEBESTS 0!P Vi' gatlia counht. Xaritiaioo inyuiAbft t advance. S herrnari 1 House, GALLIPOLIS, OfflO. C03IDUCTEDBY "- "1 faifthd, aad-Dow Dff, STTPERIOfe a.CODMIOpAT10H8 to th rabU.; . .linn 1 rMk NOUIWiim .;i ii AftotKiit rAT ww; ldlLLlPOLls; 0.1v ' PR08ECUTE3 Poitiom '-nA '-' BoMfy " Monry Ciim -with ' dilifraee, Office, wcat tide of the Pmblio SquM. " Hrr. 25, 1864. 'f-- J. A. VAN VLECK, 1 'RESIDENT DENTIST, TBOHT 8TEIET,' BETWEEJT CEDAR AND SPBUCE. r GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. v All work' -wrrnt3.C barge moderate, ladies waited on at the tvtideaeee, if deaired. Kon bot the beet material ed, i All modem inproTcmeBte famish ed. ' i , - Jaly 91,1864. - : National Hotel. ' THmb .AJTD GEAPE STREETS, y GALLIPOLIS, O. ' ' I ytarly ' Oppotitr tht Eurtla MUU.) PROPRIETOR. (Late of the American Howe,) THE "Natiosal" has been lately re-fitted and Dewlv fornished throoehont. A a Hotel, it it naqualled by any in Galhpolia The Proprietor will gire hi...

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 July 1865

Gallipolis Journal. K. Is. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. - A FAEILT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OP GALLIA COUNTY. S3T At 82,00 invariably in advance. UNION STATE TICKET. - ' ; K0B60VKEN0E, - Gen. JACOB D. COX. LIEUT GOVEfiXOS, A. G. McBUENEY, STATS TBKASCBEE, S.S.WARNER, 8CPUEMB JUDGES LOKQ TKBM, . ; JACOB BRLNKERHOFF. SHORT TERM, " ' ' . '. JOHN WELSH, . WM. H. WEST. ' eCDOOL COMMISSIONER, Capt J. A.NORRIS. CLERK OF fiUPREME COLBT, RODNEY FOOS. .BOARD OF FCULIC WORKS. JAMES MOORE. 5TThe execution oi Mrs. Sur rat. Atzerott, Payne and Harold, charged and convicted of conspiracy with Booth to assassinate the Presi dent, took place at Washington on Friday last. After a protracted trial, in which the accused bad every opportunity afforded them of prov ing their innocence they were con victed, sentenced to be hung, the sentence approved by President Johnson, and carried into effect in twenty four hours thereafter. Thus has the vengeance of the law over taken . thes...

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 July 1865

crry , atfaiks. OAUlWUS. JC1T 13. 1S65. Mr. E.S Menger haa pur chase ftiat Mi.- Ej DEletoBs.be, Ibe brick building immedlAtely in rt&r of lit grocery: store toeing M. feet, on Second street below , the public square,' for tie tarn of $5,000. " Mr. H. Msxon told 20 feet nnim- s -.v. t . , T . H proreu, u street, for the sum oil,3SU oraooui !&tVj !r. tv .j-meu . I, sales Indicate a decline of real estate in Gallipolis? We think not jar The new three story business bonse of Mr. E. Aleshire on Court treeL is about ready for the slate roof. , When complete it will be one of the finest structures in town. Dur ing the past four years Mr. Aleshire 'na erected 'a laree brick flou'rinz mill, with capacity for manufacturing 250 bbls daily, also brick dwelling bouse, the finest 'and' most costly in town; ! abd ' has now'ton hands - this new store building. Such ei-terprise is worthy- it note." It builds np. town and furnishes employment to Inhnrino- men. Caoital thus employ-: ed Is more...

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 July 1865

A HINT TO BOYS. Uaaere heoding, "A Good Boj Wanted," SftVB the Agriculturalist, A is xua or the - daily . papera. Upon entering t office, the next morning; there stood a crowd of forty or fifty bbvs waitine to iee"him., All were fctrangersnd of course it wasrather difficult to 6elect the best one of t&e company. But there were a few igns by which it could be decided at once that many of these lada-were ot wanted, from which our young friends uiav take a hint Several of the bovs had uncombed hair and un washed bands and faces. If they could not keep their own persons ccat they would not be likely to do their work nicely, so those were passed ovsr- without further notica. One boy looked bright and smart, but he kept crowding his way to the front of all others ana thrusting him elf into notice. It was readily to be seen" that he was too "smart,", he would probably prove pert and laucy. TLen came a boy with a book peeping out of his breastpocket a cheap trashy novel he was not wan 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. — 20 July 1865

; mm.. I,.- i. 1 "llllllj 111 .'lilt.-"!'. ! fA ,XUi I UK Axil'' rnjriLkx.i.Krn. MTOTED ' FAETICDlIA.itLT TO .ilr-a i k ' XH 7hl IT TnUlllifl J' lo -mi fpT. .12,00, iavanaMf in. rtrtiict. -ufto.84"6is'irprE side ::'ieimlwarLanding .; ,.t- Hi 6AXLIP0LIS, OHIO?, X. BUDDING & CO., , ; ',"-.-i - Proprietory, v ' I lllg -Cots u odious Home ha last bcea X completed aijd.newrj furoiahed. 'Itia pleaea-nUy'iaittotod.eomnaandina; a view of the rifw far mile i either direction, aadiaonea all boar day and night, for the eeommedstioa of the trateling - Fablie- .Sherman House, ' SCOKD STEt, ABOVE PUBLIC ,t1vi- j.'! SQlTARI,i t-.i ' r, . ,GAXLIPOLIS, OHIO.' CONDUCTElbBY - t -V J. B. KELLER. THIS BoDMhai baea entirely refitted end famished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the poblie. CojrrrTiXCE to and from thx uutDcia r . . rm orciuxot . C. J. MENAGER, ATTORNEY ; IT LAW, GAJ.LIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty 'J Money Claims irith diligence, promptoeas.'aad fidelity. -' J : O...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 July 1865

-.'. & R. JL. STEWART, :rT , lilTOB iND PEOPWETQR. 1 ' A F AZHLY XIEWSPJLPEB 5 lOTED PAEJICDLASLT . TO J3TM 12,00 ffivariabi? to rimct UNION STATE TICKET. EO wOVKSXO, T' " : 4 " 'r: ;.: Gen. JACOB D. COX, , f I "UMT OOTUK,"' -i '" si A, GIMcBURNEY, : "( ;'; STATE TRASDKXE; '"T JACOB BRLNKERHOFF. ; , ...t.. . SHORT TERM. 7r ' :;; john welsh, ;."." ATTORJIIT &BHSKA.tr a- WM.H.WEST. BCHOOfc CeMMISSiOWKK, ? - . ' ' Cay t, J A. KORRIS. : ! bLzbx or scmin covbt, RODNEY FOOS; " 'C board or rivuc ':wokks. JAMES MOORE. Hrf "XrTbc 4tb dsy of July was cele brated in Raleigh bj two distinct classes.- The one was composed, of none but the pare whites numbering about 300 persons. ' The flag of our Union was not risible, and so far as outward symbols represented any thing; it might bave passed for a convocation of Arabs. There were no eheers for the Union. No pledges were made to stand by her, or main tain her flagi All was dismally cold and cheerless, - and just cordial enough, to be made...

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 July 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JULY 20, 1865. 3r Becefc-4 jfLth Olio Military . Stf;;4gHcyjiiti,G411ipP firing Ut put ween, vpruiiva.CTj 01 pay ua Mury T. Ptis,- , V, . , ,132,34 Robert Missie, 95,27 i! RoH Whiter hK UatJ Stone, " ! 158,21 134,75 245,63 , 1?5,62 7, ?e?r feller, r lMkrcuBjWeed,i V ' 102,96 - Daniel Corerston, J32.S7 1V htr tisp f ihieflDiy for jfeter iiuDuy. wui,ia - Ths effects of Lorishzp D.; Q&rk ntve Deen receirea. .-u.;mr.. John T. Shenk Co. F, 33d O. V. I. wiH please call at this agency as soon as possible. . . - ibh'er Hix is required to report at NssJ-ille immediately. .We can fur nish the .papers. Call afyhi' a'geney before leaving ! i; iLJvi!. ' '-' JEW Last, jnnterthe ladies of Gal- lipolis presented 'the 173d Eesiment een. mustered out of seryicc.4 VPfc .ninas now in uaiupoits, to re- . turn the flag to thefair donors, and wiB do i'6 at the Court House to-day Tursday ) at 3 o'clock P. iL . ". The ladies (dtGallipblis are specially in vited to be present .1...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 July 1865

THE MILITIA LAW. amend! by the last Legislatore: EXEMPTIONS. - Seb."6th of the law of 1864 has fceen amended to read as follows: v.'Id addition .to the, .persons ab solutely exempted from enrollment in the ioifitis by laws of the United States, the ner&ons here in alter ex- empted shall be absolutely exempted from enrollment, viz' .r- . 1. All persons in the army or navy or volunteer forces of the United ?? Verso... who -hare been or- hereafter may be honorably dis - charged from the army or navy of the United States, after having; per- formed mdrtary duty for one year or more during the existing rebellion.' 3. Commissioned officers serving!1"111 nnder this act, who shall have served , as such in the militia of this state for u ,,pv OI nve ye';8 , v ml- hall flA . Avr-aam nv nnlnan Vvenr vesication. nfW Lh trm nf r. vice duly accepted, or in some other lawful manner he shall have been honorably discharged.- 4. , Every non-commissioned offi cer, musician or private of every uni f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1865

iainp0lis journal R. L. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, devoted particularly to the interests of GALLIA COUNTY. "At 92,00 invariably in advaace. DUFOUR HOUSE. tfPPtB SIDE Steamboat Landing GAiLIPOXlS,OfilO, J. B. DTTDDINO fc CO . Proprietors.. I uiig Ixmni odious Hons has r JL completed and newly furnished. .It is pleasantly situated, commanding a mw w we nrer iot miKi u eiiner airecuoo, nd it open all boon day and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Public June. 29, 1665. tf. Sherman House, SECOND STREET, ABOVE PUBLIC SQUARE, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY J.B. KELLER. I THIS House has been entirely refitted and JL furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION S to the public COVTXTASCI TO AND FROM TBI LANDIXQ FREE Of CHARGE. c. j. menager, Attorney at law, GALLIPOLIS, O. tSrOSECUTES Pension and Bounty A Money Claim with diligence. promptness, and fidelity. Office, west side of the Public Square. Nor. 25, 16G4. J. A. VAIV VLECK, ' RESIDENT DENTIST,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1865

K. tr. STEWART, EDITOR ASTT PROPRIETOR. A FADILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PABT1CUIAELY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. J9-At $2,00 invariably fa advance. UNION STATE TICKET. BOS GOVIKKOK, 6en. JACOB -D: COX LIIUT COVXBXOBy - A. 6. mcbueney; STATx! TKXABVBKB, S. S. WARNER,- BCPKEMI JCTM5SS WIS TKKat, JACOB BRINKERHOFP. BOT T1BK,( JOHN WELSH, ATTOBW1T-9B1T1EAL, WM- H. WEST. SCHOOL COMMI8SrOHEB Capt J. A. NORRIS. CLERK Or BUFKKMB COCRT, RODNEY FOOS. BOARD OF rOULIC WORKS. JAMES MOORE. UNION COUNTY CONVENTION. The Union voteri of pallia county are requested to meet at the usual places of holding elections, in their respective townships, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th, 1865, at 3 'clock P. M., and proceed to select delegates to represent them in a county Convention, to be held at the Court House, in ballipolis, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1865, at 11 o'clock A. M. Nominations w81 be made for the following officers, to-wit: Represen tative, Sheriff, Clerk, Treasurer, Prosecuting&.ttorney, Coroner...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JULY 27. 1865. ( jThe address published on our first pagt, will be read with interest few truer soldier or bis friend. . It is replete with sound patriotic princi pies, and expresses precisely what should be the feeling of every citizen toward onr brave soldiers. The short portion of it relating to the present itatus of those who gave np their lives for their ountrr may not meet the assent of many of our rea ders. but the remainder will be hear- taly.endorsed by all except that class . termed copperheads, or those who wrap themselves up in the American flagibut at heart are the serpents of secession. mum t3T The 173d O. V. I., has been mustered out of service. Two com I and B. were from Gallia county. After it was organized in the fall of 1864, some of our patriotic ladies purchased a fine regimental flae, and presented it to the regi ment Upon its being mustered out of service, the officers decided to re.urn the flag to the fair donors, as best entitled to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1865

TO FARMERS WHO THINK. The farmer's ho;i e is to a great extent community within itself, and its inmates most seek for their Information for themselves; hence, the farmer's familj is bound to read, because it has not the opportunity of the city, or town, where the lec ture-room,, the court, the walking talkers, the numerous churches, the rapid movements of trade, etc., sup- Til v to some extent, the place of readme. The farmer himself is bound to read, because his interests are in involved with interests of the State .and county, which affects him and his children, and it is the newspaper, the political paper which informs him, if he will read, of the changes of the laws of his State and county, as well as the time when the officers and the courts act upon these laws This is information which he must have, his own welfare 'compels him to have it; and if he does not take the paper containing this information, he must borrow from his neighbor, or else ride to the county seat1 and ask f...

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

(gaUtpalts. Journal '. R. JJ .STEWART; EDITOR AM) PROPRIETOR." . A FAKILY HEWSPAfEIL . riVOTE TAOTICnLAEL TO THE INTERESTS OF gj&li ;county. tar AS f2,00 Invariably in advance. DUFOUR HOUSE. TJPPEB SIDE Steamboat Landing GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J. B- DUDDINQ k CO., v ; . . r t . . r i . " Proprietors. fjHIg Commodious House has hut been completed and newly mrnunea. It is pleasantly situated. eommaldinR view of the rirer for mi lea in either direction and it open all hoars day and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Public " Jun.29,186i tf. Sherman House, SECOND STEEET, ABOVE PUBLIC - SQUARE, . : GALLIFOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY J.B. KELLER. ' THIS House has been entirely refitted and furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOR 1 ACCOMMODATIONS to the publie. CovnTAXCB TO AXD FaOAl THB IAKDIXO - mr orcsAEOE. C. J. MENAGER, ATTORNEY . AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, 6. PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, promptness, and fidelity. Office, west side of the Publie Square. Not. 2...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 August 1865

UNION STATE TICKET. ' COR GOVERNOR, Gen. JACOB D. COX. LliCT COV1BKOB, A. G. McBUBNEY, STATE TRKASCBKK, " v 6. S. WARNEK, SCFREHB JTDGES LONG TERM, JACOB BBINKERHOFF. SHORT TEEM, JOHN WELSH, " ATTORKET-GKNERAL, ;;wm. H. WEST. . SCHOOL COMMISSIONER, CapL J. A. NOKRIS. CLERK OF SUrREilB COURT1, RODNEY FOOS. BOARD OF PCCLIC WORKS. JAMES MOORE. UNION COUNTY CONVENTION. The Union voters of Gallia county are requested to meet at the usual places of holding elections, in their respective townships, on -SATURDAY, AUGUST 5th, 1865, at 3 'clock P. M., and proceed to select delegates to represent them in a. ponntv Convention, to be held at the Court House, in Gallipohs, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1865, at 11 o'clock A. M. Nominations will be made for the following officers, to-wit: Represen tative, Sheriff, Clerk, Treasurer, Prosecuting Attorney, Coroner, Com missioner, Surveyor, one Infirmary Director for three years, and one Infirmary Director for two years. The several townships will be en 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. — 3 August 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, AUGUST 3, rrWa have received at the Ohio State &encf ' at Calliolis ' daring the past week: -:t ' PaTand" boantr certificate for Eosetta A. Eife. j . In the case. , of Stephen E. Co. I, 36th O. V. I, proof of death at the place at daimed, is wanted. Benj. Clark of Morgan township, wUi fijifl Ihe'ffects of hia deceased son, atTtki agency., " ' ... ' DiflchargeQ soldiers whose papers are in or hands, awaiting descrip tive Ads',9 wilt please call and file applications for payment by 2d Au ditor: -We are so instructed by the Adjt Gen. U. S. A. It is useless to wait longer on descriptive lists, as many of the officers' are out ot ser vice,.- ana could not lurnisa tnem even if ,they. chose to do so. The Adjt Gen. furnishes them .only . to the 2d Auditor, after applications are filed. Each claimant must bring two Witnesses to identify him as the Boldier named in the discharge. The following named soldiers will do well to call at once: Geo. W. Archer, Co. G, 19...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 August 1865

Woman. Great, indeed U the tank I assigned to woman! Who can ele" rate iU dignity? 2?ot to make lawa. not to lead armies, not to govern em pires, bat to form those by whom laws are made, ajmiea led, and em pires governed; to guard against the slightest taint of bodily infirmity the frail spotless creature whose moral, no less than physical being, must be derived from her, to Inspire those principals, to iuculcate those doc trines, to animate those sentimenU which generations yet unborn, and nations yet uncivilized, will learn to bless; to soften firmness into mercy, and chassen honor into refinement; tn exalt ffenerositv into virtue, by a soothing care to allay the anguish of the body, ana tne iar worse anguian of the mind, by her tenderness to disarm passion, by her purity to triumph tver sense. Such is her vocation,. The couch of the tortured sufferer, the prison of the deserted friead, the cross of tbe dejected Savior, there are the theatres in which her great est triumphs have b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1865

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Vjevoted paeticdlablt.to THE INTERESTS. OF 1 GALLIC ICOUNTY 'irjt' !,6ft ifiTiAblyjjfedance. DUFOUR HOtTSEV UPPER SIDE Steambf if iLn-Vtfing ' " GAtUP'OLIS.OfflO. feii-'iin'Ml- Proprietors. THIg Commodious House has just beB completed and newly farnUhei' I It is Dleaaantlv eituated. commanding a view of the rivef for miles in either direction, fend U open all hours day all pifrU for the eeommodauon ol me iraveiiag muug. June.29,1865. f. t? i Ir.i ECOND STREET, ABOVE PUBLIC CONDUCTED BY t J.B, KfiL.K:rui MVHIS Hons has been entirely refitted and 1 farnihed, nd qw offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the pubbe. CoXTITASCI TO AM) FOM TB UUCDIXS r r" nil OFCHAEGE. C. J. MENAGER, GALLIPOIIS, O. PROSECUTES ;, Pension Honey Claims iwmntnMi. and fidelity. ano :; Bounty ith diligence, Office, west sie of the Public Square. Not. 25, 1364. ? RESIDENT DENTIST, FRONT 'SfTHEET,1' SET WEEN CEDAR AND SfKUUlS, GALLIPOLIS,- OHIO ,i sy All worki warranted.C barge (Bfii mi moderate...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1865

Gallipolis Journal. UNION STATE TICKET. EOR GOTKEKOE, Gen. JACOB D. COX. LIEUT GOTBRSOK, A. G. McEUENET, STATE TEEASCEES, S. S. WAENEE, SCTREME jpDGtS LOKQ TERM, JACOB BRINKERHOFF. SHORT TERM, JOHN WELSH, ATTORXET-GKKKRA.L, WAI. II. WEST. SCHOOL COilMISSIONIR, Capt J. A. NOEEIS. CLE RE OF SCPREME COURT, EODNEYFOOS. BOARD OF PCDLIC WORKS. JAMES MOORE. Candidates. E3f" The nsme ol Lemuel Perry Esq., of Gallipolis Ohio, will be presented to the Union Convention as a Candidate for the office of District Attorney. We are authorized to announce the name of Wesley Martindill of Clay township, late 0. S. Co. I. 36th O. V. I. ass Candidate for the office of county Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Union Convention. We are authorized to announce the na ne of Jacob Kerns, as a Candidate for re flection as Treasurer of Gallia county, sub ject to the decision of the Union Convention. Mr. Editor: Please announce S. A. Nash as a Candidate for Representative, in the State Legislature, subje...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, AUGUST 10, 186S. TOWN TALK. TTu th telect party of ypnng ladiMiad gentlemen, who went to tilt country one night last week, had "a mighty nice time of it generally." ' That the citiien who picked up the staffed pocket book on the sidewalk, lipped it into hia pocket and took fc short torn round the corner, made "a point" by showing that his hon esty was only "so-so." That Dr. J. Van Vleck as a Den tut, renders complete satisfaction to all who may require his professional sendees, and that his charges are so very moderate, as to place the com fort of a fine beautiful set of teeth, within the reach of all classes of peo ple. That the council in contracting for the publication of the city ordinances at smt cent per line, exhibit each nri capacity for economizing; in the expenditures of the city, as to merit the thanks of the tax paters, which is hereby tendered them in a korm. That the ordinance relating to fighting or causing a breach of the peace, on the publi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1865

From Wells' (Chicago) Commercial Express From Wells' (Chicago) Commercial Express August 2. THE WEATHER AND THE CROPS. Couutryrnd City ' hav sJifce been tnrom mio great anxiety ana exciie- mentdaring the last two .weeks by and U tWi vnthino. v.., . in that way than the weather attend - ant or consequent upon the Harvest T.T ,i,t t t). . ' ; j jin ftf Of the Northwest up to "ldf1r last week. The telegraph has taKen the matter in hand, and furnishes the daily papers with brief reports from a laree section of country. Before the skies cleared up last week, the DrinciDal Grain markets had beenf thrown into a panio in regard to the poor prospect for Wheat, and prices had advaneed from the first Utart n.,fSIWa r Wbol W-i.h! uvu,ra i """"-'t """" - tue last lew a ays, a more quiet ana better assured feeling prevails, and prices have already receded I516c from the highest point reached It is not easy to generalize at once upon such crop influences as have. been at work in the last fiv or si...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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