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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1865

.JjiHassaaseaeaae XDITOS AND PROPRIETOR A TAHILT KEfrSPAPSli," DXYOTED PARTICULARLY T0 THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. f'OUil HOUSE. TJPPER SICE Steamboat Landing .. . . . . GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J. B BITDDIWQ kCO , Froprletori. Commodious Eonte baa juttbara Mm Dieted and newly farnithed. It is pleasantly-situated, commanding view at thk riTer for miles in either direction. atd1soMn all hoars day and night, far the eeommodation of th. traTeling Public 4 nne. 29, ISM. u. . Sherman House, f dtOOKD STREET, ABOVE PUBLIC SQUARE, YAGtfAIXITOLIS, OHIO.. " C02JDUCTED BY , J.iB KELLER. TIIS Honae baa been entirely refiUad and fareaikd, md n.v offers, SUPKEJOK ACCOMMODATIONS to the pablia. CovrsTAircs tmnMna tixcnio i. na orcnus. a J. MENAGER, ATTOMEY AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. : PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, promptoeaa, and fidelity. Office, west aide of the Public Square. N.r. 95, 1864. J7X. VAN VLECK, ; RESIDENT DELIST, FRONT STREET, BETWEEN CEDAR AND SPRUCE, GALLIPOLI...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1865

R. t. STEWART, EDITOR AND PEOPBIETOE. A JAWLY NEWSPAPER, lEt OTED PAETICULAELY .TO. THE DJTEEESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. &"M $2,00 invariably ia advance. REMOVAL. TEE Patrons and Friend of the Journal rill find u hereafter in tbs third Story of Sir. Deietombes Building on. the lower aide of Public Square. : Entrance adjoining National Bank.' " '" the firat ; UNION STATE TICKET. r."T. .. .. KOB GOViSRJiOE, " ' "Gen, JACOB D. COX. LIEUT GOVERNOR, : r. ! A. G. McBUENEY, "' STATE TSKASUKEB, S. S. WARNER, ' J 6TFEEXB JCDGES LOKQ TERM, ; JACOB BRIXKERUOFF. '.1 ;;V SHOBT TERM,' JOIiX WELSH, r ' aTTOEVET GENEEAL, WM. H: WEST, ' -i: ' '. SCHOOL C03UUSSIOKEE, - Oapt. J. A- NORRIS. ; v . CLERK Or SLTEEME COCET, RODNEY FOOS. "-: - board or. rccuc WORKS. V JAMES MOORE. GALLIA UNION TICKET. For Representative, Col. J. II. M. MONTGOMERY. - For Treasurer, - D. II. GATES. . For Clerk, JOSEl'H HUNT. ; For Sheritf, - WILLIAM WADDLE.'1 For District Attorney, T. W. HAMPTON. For Commissioner,' AUSTIN BABT...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1865

CITY-AITAIES TOWN TALK. gen iHae nmhirigstUrgt on the streets, might as well be repealed, nnless cat tle. b restrained fronr feeding on the akie, jjalks.. Ladle's, trains , would less likely be soiled. - ''"tiViSiS 'flutclT Gapc&nal on State street, is likely to require the presence of a 'Gen.' Butler,, to reader it lrarhnrbre this , season. f ,Ttotrpe-6fur,.ciUzeiis bought rare bargain at the Goyf rnnien t ss last week, -'all on thev square," and some didn't ' " ... . That ,fe eeflej-l , to? the; Ohio rirer hw in course of, construction on Spraee treet, answer the purpose most admwably in dry weather. That the citizens of Gallipolia are gtiy njcqraed )tx; plaitshade: trees, if we Judge by ibe.pains tken to iniie thosVgrow, planted bjrMr. Laagley, ; o Sptute street, :al tt "feeder" leepk fall supply 'of water always about the roots. : - That the man whd said' the water trap across the side-walk ob the. cor nerfSecond and Spruce streets, was made and left open to catch the Burgla...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1865

JOHN SHERMAN. We bare no fear of the popular majority in Ohio at tbt coming State election." It will range from twenty -fire to sixty thousand. Bat oar loyal men are not all mindful of the fact that owing to the apportionment of the -Senatorial districts, and owing to the "floats" at this coming elec ' tioo, we may carry Ohio by a swarm ing majority, and yet lose the Senate. The undoubted Union districts have bleary majorities to spare, which, so far as other districts are concerned, are thrown away, while if the doubt ful districts, by any negligence ol loyal men, are suffered to fall into the hands of the Democrats, that party, aided by the floats that attach to three districts will hare a small majority in the Senate. Any one by examining the districts can see that our caution is not groundless.' Ordinarily the loss of the Senate would be small account, but the next Legisla;ure ehooses a United States Senator. A Senate , wit'u a Demo cratic majority of one man, -can block the ele...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1865

;V., B. ! STEWART, EDITOR AND PBOPBIETOB. a: fahily . uewspapeb; BSVOTED PAETICULAELT TO ' ; . . r THE rNTEBESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. tr At JI2.00 invariably to advance. DUFOUR HOUSE. UPPER SIDE . Steamboat Landing ; 1 GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J. B- DDDDIKQ fc CO., Proprietors. rjEIg Commodious Hour, has luit been .... r ' ... 9 9. r i.w of the rirer for milea in either direction, it ia pleasantry aituatea. commanding . r .. . ... i - and ia oneir all hour day and nieht, for the aeommodatioB' of thetraTelina; Pnblie. . Jum. 29,1065 ti. ' f '- - - Sherman Hdus.e, BECOHIi 8TKXET, ABOVSPUBLIO SQUARE- -'GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BT ' -t- ' . J. B. KELLlR. THIS House ha been eiitirely refitted and farnuhed, and now fiFereUPERIOE ACCOMMODATIONS to the puUia. . COVTST AKCE 1 XD TV TBI UUfBDIO " ran orauaiJa.": ' T: J. MENAGER, , ATTORNEY AT- LAW, . - ;GALLIPOLIS, O. ,: PROSECUTES Penaion and Bounty Money Claim with diligence, "promptaeu, and fidelity. Office, west aide of the Publi. Square. " Hot....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1865

gallipolis , . j REMOVAL. THE Ptrom nd Trends of the Journal wffl find u hereafter in th third Story of Mr. Deletombe Building on the lower tide of FuUie Square. Entrance adjoining the first National Bank. . MASS CONVENTION. A Moss Convention of the DE- MOCKACT and CONSERVATIVE of Gallia county, will be held at the Court House m Gallipolis, on Saturday, September 9th, 1865, for r,.,ra of nnmintin(T candidates for the following offices: Representative, tc. Conservative men of all parties, and returned soldiers, opposed to the radical doctrine of Negro Suf frage and Negro Equality, and in favor of an undivided country, upon the basis of the Constitution, and of the re-construction policy of Presi dent Johnson, are cordially inviieaj to attend. order of the DEM. CEN. COMMITTEE. The above is copied from the Gallipolis Dispatch. As that paper does not circulate very "extensively among "returned soldiers," who are specially invited, and sincerely de siring that returned soldiers shall enj...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1865

CITY AFFAIES. GALLIPOLIS, AUGUST 31, 1865. TThio'n Mass Meetins AT GALLIPOLIS, September 13th, 1865. HONS. JOHN SHERMAN, H. S. BUNDY, J. BRADBURY, and others will be present - . f.r : : . t Plea inform the Union voters of Gallia comity, through the column of the Jonrnl. that I respectfully decline being a candidate lor ms wiiwi" ""J w-. Tours, - . JOHN W. McCORMICK. August 29th, 1865. Any one knowing the where abouts of Granville Riffe will confer a favor by sending such information to this office.' - ' Jt"Mr. Aleck. Long finds himself Very unceremoniously kicked out of the Copperhead Church. "A change has came' o'er: the spirit of .their dream." Since Aleck, made his '. grand secession 6peech in Congress, I demanding the cessation of hostili ties and the acknowledgement of the independence of the South. "Then his speech was electrifying, and he; applauded to the full. Aleck, was j honest in his belief, and supposing the Dartv still sound on State Sov: ereignty, allows himself to be...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1865

USE JEFF DAVIS. BY ELIZUR WRIGHT. There may be some fish in the sea that do not believe in the existence of land. . They think water is omni present. S there may be lawyers, possibly clients, who think judicial functions apply to every possible crime. It may never have occurred to them that, supposing our courts to outlive the world of probation, it would be absurd for them to try a man, even for bigamy, after the day of judgment As to Jetf. Davis, he committed and confessed the crime of treason openly, in the Senate of the United states, more xnan iour years ago. The day ot judgment has passed in regard to him, so far as such a tains: can De in wis worm He put himself on trial by battle distinctly before God and the whole people, the authority by which all courts exist The verdict of guilty has been returned, not by a jury of twelve men, but by God and all true men, women and children. Now it is seriously proposed, out of abundant veneration for the forms and formulas by which ordi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1865

Gallipolis Journal. DEVOTED : PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF "J tfaWtiK COUNTY. F At ,2,WinTariablT in advance. i . DUFOUR HOUSE. lri , : :.Vt?p UPPER SIDE ,, . ' V Steamboat Landing .,: " ' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. B-BUDDING & CO.. : :u. d ..;. i '' - Proprietors. THIg Commodious House has lost been t a completed -and newiy rurnrenea. -,-Tm niMMftt.lv -aitnaled. - oominandinff' . n tk i jfl ftw miW in Athpr direction and if open all houra day and night, for the -accommodation or the traveling ruDiie. -..' Jne.29,lb65-tf. -: Sherman House, ECOHD STIIEET; A BOTE ' PUBLIC ' '; SQUARE, ' A ; ' :G ALLIPOLIS, OHIO. X)NDUCTED BY J. B. KELLER. TViTTTS Rouse has been entirely refitted and I famished, and bow offers, SCPERIOB ACCOMMODATIONS to the public 'r CosVETAlse TO AJD MOM TUB LAXDIMO , nut ocha8. - - G. J. MENAGE1I, ATTOKXEY; AT LAW, . GALLIPOLIS, 0. fiROSECUTES Pension and Boonty 1 .; Honey Claims with diligence, fuontntoeas, and fidelity. Office, west side of the Public Square. Nor. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1865

Gallipolis Journal. UNION STATE TICKET. tOOOTRKO, - . l" fiL JXCOBD. GOX. user eoTsBxev .. ' " A.. McBUBSEY, 8TATB aVaSTKV , . . S. . WAENEB, ' - icrsin jmGi x.6g tkxx, - . JACOB BEmEEEHOFF. . i iHOt WM, ; .- JOHN WELSH, . ; .. ATTOBXXT-4KXEKAL, . . , :' WM. H. WEST. SCHOOL COMKISSKIEK, " : . ' Capt J. A..KORRIS. ': CIXRKOV 8UFKSK COUBT, : RODNEY FOOS. ' ! boabd or ttctjc wobe. . JAMES MOORE. ... - DISTRICT TICKET. Senate, , ... . HON. JOSEPH BRADBURY. Judge of Common Pleas; Court, E. L. GUTHRIE. ..: GALLIA UNION TICKET. For Representative, ' Col. J. H. M. MONTGOMERY. For Treasurer, D. H.GATES. For Clerk, JOSEPH HUNT. " ' : - For Sheriff," WILLIAM WADDLE. For District Attorney, T.W.HAMPTON. For Commissioner, ; AUSTIN BARTON. ' For County Surveyor, JOHN McCORMICK. For Coroner, Dr. CD. WALL. ' Infirmary Director for- 3 years, JOHN J. POOL. Infirmary Director for 2 years, SAMUEL COLE. DIED, At his residence in Cleveland, Ohio, on Tnesday, 29th Aug. 1861, JOHN BROUGH, Governor of Ohio, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1865

Union Mass Meeting Union Mass Meeting AT Union Mass Meeting AT GALLIPOLIS, September 13th, 1865. - HONS. JOHN, SHERMAN H. S And other? ai be present i UNION MEN, CHettifried Soldiers, Rprvatires and the rest of ! mankind, dwelling in Gallia County. We wisn you to remembet that Hon.- John Sherman and I Hon. , Hi - S. . Bundy, will be present at the'Mass Meeting in Galli polis, on "Wednesday, the 13th day .of September, to address ydu on the questions of the day' If you wifh to hear. the truth as itreally is and see ;tbe scaly, hides of reljel sympathizers in our midst skinned off,- and they themselves exhibited in all their: political deformity, ome to this m eeting. Come one and all, and bring every body .else with you. . The (occasion is one of great im portance to you, and will cer tainly be productive of good to the Union party. Come but every body. yLieot Got.' Anderson, lias been inducted inJbothe Gubernatorial Chair, made vacant by the death of Got. Broogh.n Hebas retained 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. — 7 September 1865

SENATORIAL CONVENTION. Th Senatorial Conveutioa, f or tha counties of Lawrence, Mei Gallia nit Yhtton. met at Gallipolis on WDMdaT. August 23, 1863; GtnAT. Holcomb, of . Gallia, was made Chairaaa.- and John X. DavidflOD. of Lawrence, Secretary.' The Cliafr appointed a committee en permanent - organizauwu, Jtohn. K Metriil. of Lawrence, Judge rrtpr. ftallia. W. T. Felton, of Tintonrand M, Stye, Jr.,ofMeiga. 0 Committee ob Credentials, Capt S. B. Hempstead, of Lawrence, !Jfem.. Bafeton. of Meigs, Robert Black,, of Gallia, and gbn R. Eyer.-j of Vinton.- The Committee on Permanent Or ganieatiow reported' Gen. Holcomb, ' Chairman .Joto X- Davidson and J. B. Rqyer, Secretarieav . Committee on Credentiab report ed1 there were present thirty-fire members from Meigs, twenty from Gallia, nine from Lawreneer and three from- Vinton, and recommen ded that each county east one vote in Convention for every 100 rotes cast for Lincoln in November 1364, and one for each fraction over 50, which basis ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1865

'.BrrOB AKD PROPRIETOR. co A FABILT NEWEPAPEB, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO 1 THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. XT At t20O invariably in advance. DUFOUR HOUSE. tTPPEB SIDE Steamboat Landing G ALU POLIS, OHIO. t t TiTmnnaa & co.. Proprietors. THI5 Commodious Houre bos just been completed and newly furnished. -' It la pleasantly situated, commanding view of the river for mile in either direction, and is open all hoars day and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Public Junc.29,1865. tf. Sherman House, SECOND 'STREET, ABOVE PTTBLIC SQUARE, ; GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY . ; J.B. KELLER. THIS House has been entirely refitted and furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the publia. COXTTTAXCI TO AKDrKOMTHI LAXDLVB a ...... rau or chaxgs. C. J. MEN AGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, promptness, and fidelity. Office, west side of the Publia Square. Kot. 25, 1664. J. A. VAN VLECK RESIDENT DENTIST, FRONT STREE...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1865

UNION STATE TICKET. MBeOTSKXOK, Ge. JACOB D. COX. V ' UITJT GOTKXXOK, ' ' ' A. G. McBUKNEY,' - TATX TMA8TKKK, ; S. S. WARNER, tcrnucB m&xa io tebss, JACOB BRINKERHOFF. SHORT TEEH, : JOHN WELSH,. ATTORHBT-6KHKRAL, . WM.H,WEST. . . BCHOL 0 XISSKHiER, Capt J. A. NOBBIS. CLLRK OF 8CFBEKK COURT, RODNEY FOOS. ; BOARD OF rCULIC WORKS. ! JAMES MOORE. ." DISTRICT TICKET. . State Senate, . HON. JOSEPH BRADBURY ' Judge &t Cemraon Pleas Court, E. L GUTHRIE. GALLIA UNION TICKET. For Representative. : ?! CoL J. H. M. MONTGOMERY. For Treasurer, !?.' i D.H.GATES.:; , . For Clerk, JOSEPH HUNT. For Sheriff, t .- WILLIAM WADDLE. . For District Attorney, v. T. W. HAMPTON. . For Commissioner, ; AUSTIN BARTON. For County Surveyor, . JOHN McCORMICK. For Coroner, . Dr. CD. WALL. Infirmary Director for 3 years, JOHN J. POOL. Infirmary Director for 2 years, SAMUEL COLE. 7 The most complete fizzle that has ever befallen any political party in Gallia county, was sustained by the Copperocracy at their M...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. to the yoten fuaiiia, fsountj idm i mi not a candidate for anj. oSlce thiafalL' and decline the honor of the nomination, tot Inffrfclry Direc tor tendered me by the ."Democratic Mass Meeting in Gallipolig on the flthlnst - : C. C. ROSS. :"JVf Emitted,' jto ioUte .'ln'oqt lt j88ne,'th'e. master, pat of '.the 2d Begt,' 6. ?Rl 'A. ' Thi Member of co- F, from this county, are again at home and in their quiet gentlemanly, deportment, as citizens, show that they have been good soldiers; : 1 ''''. CaptE.S. Aleshire, and Lieuts. Hebard and Baer, look as though the service they have been in for two years past, had. been pastime only. As citizens 'we welcome them again to their homes and trust the future baa in store for them, that prosperity and success which their manly bear ing and' social qualities deserve, i '. - ' M3T Those 'wishing -t to purchase good hard brick for paving, or other purposes, can' be accommodated ,by calling on Ur.'B. H. Farrant, on the corner of Mill cre...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1865

EDITING A PAPER. Editing paper . is ( pleasaat Business, that is, if mail don't wo what he says. - t - If it contains too much "political matter people wont bare it. ,.. If Ut type are. too larg it, dW't eontaie- enough reading matters '- If th type are too small the people wont read it. If we pnblieb telegraph reports, people say they are lies. ' 1 - If we omit them they say we have no enterprise, or suppress them for political effect j . t T T If we have a few jokes people say we are nothing but a rattlehead. If we omit them they say we are an old fossil. If we publish original matter they' censure us for not giving selections. If we publish 'selections folks say we are lazy for not writing mora and giving them what they have not read in some other paper. . " , , If we give a man a complimentary notice we are censured for being partial. If we do not, all hands say we are a big greedy hog. If we insert an article that pleases the ladies the men become jealous. If we do not cater to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1865

"hjhi i'YiaaiAijlMTa n.-.tMmiiiiiim'iri Gallipolis Journal. It. I. 8TE lV AJiT, x: rt (kDTtdd ik6t i&etoil :VQTKD JPABTJCULABI-T'TOl BI fefrEltESTS OFi 7 iMJEOUK' HOUSE. -owjs teHrua. o; V ' . oiliiPOLl OHIO. ' " - ' Pr&urietors. tT'V'.' . . . fill i 1 . rirw of ihe'trrit iar mitt is feitber direcUon, Sherman 'Housed SECOKD ST EEET," ABOVE1 PUBLIC -tSQUABB, I i ifi.tritf tronr tc nTTTh tJLLtPOLIS, OHIO J. B. KJ&LLHR. ud if opgi B h60T dy nd 4ugU, for Ui . fTIHIS Hootc bu beem entirely refitted n4 . ' X- fornishea, and now, offer. SUPBRIOB 'r'ACCOMMODATipKS.Hi th publi.- ; arTETAJICK TO 4BD FlOM THE LA3DM4 no OTCBABGb GXvMEN AGERi ; ; ORNfetUT: LAW, GAtLtPOLIS, 0. PROSECUTES Pension nd Bounty Hooey Claim wit ! diligence, promptneM, and fidelity.'. ti Office, t aide of Ul Pifclio Sqnare., .v ,of- 25, 1864. ...' T . lj; -A. VA1V VLECK, "EESIDENT DENTIST, -VaoitT STREET, "BET WEES CEDAR W? G ALLIPDLI OHIO. QlgiiT moderate. Ladies waited on at the 'resldeBees, if desired. Non...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1865

Gallipolis Journal. UNION STATE TICKET. - 0 OOTAAJtOK, Gea. JACOB D. COX. - A. G. McBUKNEY, . '. itats numu, WAXNEK, 0C7KHCB JUDGES LOB TXSJi, JACOB BSINKEEHOFF. ' tnorr TUUC, JOHN WELSH, ,-l ' jimni-Kinu, ' r WM.H. WEST. CHOO COJnHMWW!, Cap! A.N0MU5. . CIXKK 07 BTFBMK COCST, ' 7 BODNEYFOOS. ; oakd or rtjruc works-. . JAMES MOORE. ' DISTRICT TICKET. '. SUte Senate, , HON. JOSEPH BRADBURY. Judge of Common Fleu Court, E. L. GUTHRIE. GALLIA UNION TICKET. For Representative. CoL J. H. M. MONTGOMERY. For Treasurer, D. H. GATES. For Clerk, JOSEPH HUNT. For Sheriff, WILLIAM WADDELL. For Diitrict Attorney, -,' T. W. HAMPTON. For Commissioner, . AUSTIN BARTON. For County Surveyor, ' john Mccormick. For Coroner, Dr. CD. WALL. Infirmary Director for 3 years, JOHN J. POOL. Infirmary Director for 2 years, SAMUEL COLE. Farmers of GaSla county, you are solicited by the Copperhead lead ers of tbe party ra this county to vote for George W. Morgan, for Gov- - ernor of Ohio. Quite a number of you, hav...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS SEPTEMBER 21, 1865. t&7! Vtl John Af cCoralck haying declined. . We art aothorized to an- uonnctrtha uu of Lieut, J. Lasley of Cheahire. m v candidate for the office of coantT'-Sanrerof. Lieut Luley wm wounded at the battle of; fittsbHrp lending u well qmalinea a&4 wul mak en excellent omce. .r . ev3T W. O.Pannley, of Ohio town hip, who I reported to nabj.the V. FroTOrt Marshal si a deserter pro duce a certificate from the Board of ; - Enrolment tiit' onjihi 9th , day of -f nr 4003 ne innuns. u wwiwuw iabititote,' not liable io draft . The ?fcusin8i of PrOroef Marshal's C?fl5ee of the 11th District seems to bare been somewhat mixed. Mr. ' Parmley's ease is a verr clear one and "' admits of no doubt that ,he did his duty as a good citizen. - -.. .tr.- The name of Thos. Bl McLeod tf Perry township, .was fornishei ns by the Prorost Marsh el, as a deser- ' ter from the draft We are credibly Informed Mr. McLeod has an honor able discharge from the U. S. s...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1865

lia.am iTwi The trial5 of "the fiend Wirz, tnJ so 'rueHr treated prisoners ' VAndersonnLle, rs, rioin progress 11 w,f Washington, and , jth.: testimony .t .E .ddnced is such as tothrui wit& hor cWeryear Uiatian'jajclaisti .i-feelingtf tnmanity.' Wfegire T ieioir the testimon j j. of; ppte or two witnesses1Lfrom which ourreaders eaa form some idea of the "awful r TlTeUT' fcfwEEhf fcA'chrlr)rof the 0 4outh''Lfoomei 44ur Mnfoftunifta prisoners.. That this testimony is true, there is no doubt Living Yiit- fcesses ia GaWaqiil ttfj ii j, iU ' testify" to the same brutality . and savage terocity ol this man TTirz. ThatDavis Jee, and, everv one of We eouner tcaaer wcra "pnvv to and sanctioned this most terrible of all Crimea, is 'now1 clear to every flonest mind. Shall .tUeirtipl. Wirz, bear the whole load of infamy witl) which the. world' will crown this .i.deed?.ivWe think not Careful as or Copperhead friends are, tojejc-j elude from their columns every thing connected with these - pr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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