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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1865

Gallipolis Journal. ' R. i. STEWART, citX-iirrwspiiER;. D JYOTED EAEUCDIAELT TO THE INTERESTS OF ' g-Xi t&Tariablyin advance. DUPQURjpOtlSK Steamboat Landing GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J. B- DUDDIHO k CO., Proprietors. rlia Ooatesditari H6Mt h jufs been X completed and Dewly furnished. It is pleasantly situated, commanding a view of the river for milea in either tiireebon, ud ia open all hours day and night, for th aceommcxitkn pfth traveling Public Jna,2g,1965iJJ. - : - Sherman House, . ECOVH 4 STREET; "ABOVE PUBLIC SQUARE, - ; - ' GAXXIPOLIS, OHIO. -tOSDirCTED BY ",V.CitO ifi y J.B. KELLER. flW piaasha been ntrrery refitted and J. furnished, au3 now offers, SfJPEEIOE ACCOMMODATIONS to the puDii. MOUTH ULKDOia j '' nrw nmcstA nxs orcaABGB. AT-IOJIKEYctAT LAW, - (jiLtiPctis, 'o.' ' 1 '' - PROSECUTES Pension, and Bounty Money Claims ; with: t diligence, promptness, and fidelity." Office, vest aide of the Public Square. Not. 25, 1664. National Hotel. t ,vcavses or J- h ' '. THIRD "AHD GRAP...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1865

Gallipolis Journal. UNION STATE TICKET. l'.':.7- EOR SOYKBJIOR, : :.: - Gea. JACOB D. COX- - UKCT SOTXMOK, A.G. McBURNKY, . ; v ''."' STAT TKXA8T7MK, ' S:S. WARNER, JACOB BRINKERHOFF. . ; V SHORT TERM, ., JOHN WELSH, " ,. . AnoBm-euisU). . WJLH. WEST.' ""' ' . SCHOOL COXXIBBLeXXK,' .Cspt J. A. NOEBIS. ; . . . rnr n fiTTPRElTX CfNJKT. . t f n vs. w RODNEY FOOS..V BOARD OF rCCLIC WORKS. A sTT7C " I'D 17 i Tr I AM- v w DISTRICT TICKET. State Senate, HON. JOSEPH BRADBURY. Judge of Cemmon 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 WADDELL. For District Attorney, T. W. HAMPTON. , , For Commissioner, AUSTIN BARTON. ' For County Surveyor, -' : JOHNATH AN LASLEY. ' For Coroner, Dr. C. D. WALL. Infirmary Director for 3 years, JOHN J. POOL. Infirmary Director for 2 years, SAMUEL COLE. XT Union men, remember that Tuesday week 10th October, is the day of the election. Have...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1865

City Affairs. uu-ipp: LIS BPTMBEB 5S.1865. . I - AlrbOU uw - " f an apt illnstraUon or things 'Tight in , j - - . ... - - n r - , . . . our fourth jsgte, oir the rommonjhl Jt UM i'eM r,v the Democracy. ; !- It is , I tit ; ' I ' ; - fJLa article on. our ..first page Horn the New York World, relating ta the tai on . Government Bonds, 'f. .tuntive nernsai. ins Bed to be eood authority witn our dwLAjbtJtii& Dispatch. We ahouHbe pleased to. see ; the article auudedto, puDusueu m M.aw S It is' la much -better taste, thaTtheir whinbg'on "equality 'of . taxation. ' '- - 1 m m m ' large number of Journals hare been ordered by various per sons for distribution through the unty Tney are , therefore free to those to whom they are sent, and it is to be hoped they will not be with out good results. We urge our friends in 'the severaf townships to 'distribute.' Itie documents' and let the peoptevtayelight Kothing is now required but to unmask the Confede rate Democracy, and show its com plici...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 September 1865

THE CONFEDERATE DEMOCRACY. L 'At V-nOTl - v. - .A.4 vaii w-; yrrr.-: Ilfa Member, of Can- ; .aais aa beore the press on uic to na nsnrflO &U the United Wr, and af c r- rights -:tZnB o - bm?t lTtIie South. They, "d!f Sth. 'ft that they ruu:,rbutBtiu mertthus- t?-' or their cause, and glory In the ....nf their oDDoeition to the Federal Government It is rarely indeed, tiai any evidence of a Sin cere repjntance is evinced even by , rehel who are most clamorous for pardon. Every can mn.tiu1mit that nntil these men exhibit some better evidence of real genuine love Tor tne union, ucj shonld be debarred from any politi cal rights, whereby they could seri ously retard or injure the cause for which soo much blood and treasure las been expended. ' For four years these men have been carrying on a fierce and relent less war against the life of the Re public. During tho$ four years the "blood of loyal men has been poured put like water, to defend the Nation's : existence, Millions of treasure...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. EDITOR AND PEOPBIBjCOS. - EfiSPtyED PABTICULAELT TO w twJTHELTNTEBE8T8 OS" GLLIA COUNXT. ' t3TXX $2,)0.Yariably tovfuype: FDUPOUR HOUSE. CJ v.-'-M UPPEE BID1C eS tSfeamboat Landtag AIJIPOU8,OHIOi j; "pirt)biK co.. . - Proprietors C,-". -. ' - .:'.L nammodiom Hour baa lost been an1 nvlv furnished.' t - It is pleasantly: situated. commanding view.of.tb, rirer for'piile in either direction, andfe onen alt hour dav and night, for til WUI'KW ... . ccoTftnodatlon 'of the traveling Public JaneiflfMSM. tf. t'hrinan House,;.: SECOND STREET; ABOVE -EDBLIC .-"S"' SQUARE,"'- -- r 1 ' ' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY ' '":. 4 J.B. KELLER. rTHTS HoOe has been entirely refitted and I "' furnished, and now offers, SUPEEIOB ACC0J4HODATIOK8 to the poblis. CoaTXTAKCK TO AW) rOMB UUCBBTO If 1 r.'ii na " v v- c7j.:MENAger. ATTORNEY AT ' LA GALLIPOLIS, O. . PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, prossptnras, and idelity. . Office, west side of the Publi Square. Kot...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. UNION STATE TICKET. - , " " ': . .; ' . . ....-..o , SOBOOTSBMOB,' , V ; V, ' Gin.' JACOB D. COX. " -'-' mxT 90V1RKOB, A. G. JIcBCEJfET, ' IV " "' ' STATS TEKASCEBB, S. S. WARNER, .' - ' : UrBSMB JCDGE3 IDKQ TSEM, . JACOB BRLNKERHOFF. - " ;:. . 8H0BT. TERM, ' . . , '7": : ' JOHN WELSH, , 1 : -V ATT0EXET-6EHEBAL, 4 ' WM.fil.WEST.' .7 SCHOOL COJIMIfiSIOBEE, ; . .;, . Capt J. A. KOBEIS. - CLERK OF SCPBE1II COCET, : RODNEY FOOS. . board of recite WOEJTJ. JAMES MOORE. ' DISTRICT TICKET. State Senate, HON. JOSEPH BRADBURY. ' Judge of Common Fleas . 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. r.: .'; For District Attorney, . T. W. HAMPTON. For Commissioner, AUSTIN BAETON. For County Surveyor, j JOHNATHAN LASLEY. : For Coroner, Dr. C. D WALL. Infirmary Director for 3 years, JOHN J. POOL. Infirmary Director for 2 years, . SAMUEL COLE. '. 1 A CARD, To...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1865

eAJUPOUSi OCTOBEB -5, 1865- xar-Wft have received, some val- Hjbl comiiunicaiioM for thoburnof which "ball appear next eefc.; - A ' fhty iapar last number prior to the election, we - are Anxious (to devote all onr available space' to "matters pertaining io the grealion' est, just closing as. we trust, in favor of free- dotf. JHrtieorge VT Eachns of cb. C 196th O. V. Li i omc tt fur lo'ngh,' and will remain nntU the 18th insi.-. . Avj of the friend of members' oChis company : who desire to Bend packages to them, can have them for warded by leaving them at Mr. 'John HanidaysVla Gallipolis,' before that dat '' - ' -i-i-r t-" - V-i : m ' J . - Cpt Hamilton has returned from Cincinnati, with his - rung - little steamer ""Allena May.''He will, shortly announce r the trade he de-, signs -placing her in .-' She' looks as seat and trjim as anew pin, and we presume the well known V, energy of the Captain will ensure for her a fair share of the trade between the points selected, of which due n...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 October 1865

DEMOCRATIC LOVE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC LOVE FOR THE UNION. . Bo loudly does the' tjcjuobratic Earty protest" its'-deVotidn to the 'nion! Put look at the iecord. Only nn ' vear ieo. lhe assembled Democ racy of the nation' at' Chicago-voted down raewlutjon . introduced by Washington Hunt, of Kew York, which aUntly: declared: taj. UT "We will adhere '-with unswerving fidelity to ,thf Union b4- the; Con atitntinn. and insist nbon" maintain Ina-'lifift national utitv ai-tha only solid foundation of our strength, eM cnritv and happiness as a people, and as a frame-work of Government eqnaHy"' conductive to- the - welfare and DrosDenty 01 au we otaien. rintb? Northern and Southern." AnAhen; this eame Democratic Convention, which refused in the midstf civil war declare that it adherjscl to the .Union and' the Con stitution, which revised to insist up on, maintaining the national unity, nassed WfoHowing resolution: "i&fipf,;.rhat after" four years of failure to restore the Union by the .Tniri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. mm." If . I. STEWART, : , "editor AND PROPRIETOR. ' Jt'tlEILT NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED : PARTICULARLY TO VTBE INTEEESTS OF r lGALLIA COUNTY TAt 12,00 invariably In advance. .DUFOUR HOUSE. vns V - PPPEK SIDE Steamboat Landing: ": GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. ;?: .PCPPiyQ - Propria THI9 Commodion House has hut been aonmleted and newlv furnished. It ia pleasantly ituaied. commanding a view of the river for milee in either direction, and ii open all houn day and night, Tor the accommodation 01 me traveling roouc June.29.1865. tf. Shtjrman House, 8IC05D BTEEEt; ABOVE PUBLIC fITT0 - . SQUARE, '- GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. CONDUCTED BY ' Keller, . 1THI3 House has been entirely refitted and X famished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the public. Cobtxtajcc to isn fbomthb lasdixs X!.?''" . -' rmtB orcBAaQE. C. J. MENAGER, ATJORNE AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. TjROSECUTES Pension and Bounty JlT ' . Money Claims with diligence, promptness, and fidelity. Office, vest side of the Publft Square. IT...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. K. I. STEWART, EDITOE AND PROPRIETOR. ;a famly newspaper, DEVOTED PAETICULAELT TO THE INTEEESTS OF " GALLIA COUNTY. y At ?2,00 invariably in advance. , . y CoL Montgomery for Eepre sentative runs far ahead of the State ticket, and his majority will probably exceed 1,000. The people know how to . appreciate the Irut sololer ,'nd honorable man. - On the "other side C. C. Ale3hire the copperhead can didate for Prosecuting 'Attorney rnns far behind his ticket, showing that the people ' appreciate him "tat his true value.' Gallia county has done on. the whole as well if not better than most of the eouniies ' in , the State. .; The Union vote was not all polled, while the Democracy were out to the last man. ' The State ticket is elected by 20,000 majority. Pennsylvania has gone for the Union by 25,000. We shall endeavor to give full particulars next week. S3T By latest advices received on going to press, Gallia gives Cox, 1030 majority, and Montgomery, 1025. ': -. -m 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. — 12 October 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALI1P0LIS, OCTOBER 12, 1865. Wa have been Buffering from evere indisposition for more than a month past, proauceu oj inceu labor connected with the campaign, and other rbatiness on hand. Oar present state of health imperatively demands rest ' Oar readers mil cer tainly sot complain if we retire from tfie'eJitorial chair for a few weeks. Sne journal will be issned as here tofore regularly, bnt if it should be granting in the usual editorial items, we trust our patrons will not com plaih:a jt we regain health, we hope to be; at our "post again . in a few weeks. ' All business connected with &eoffice will be attended to by my eon B. F. Stewart . Hover dc Cofiman having fin' Ished . and furnished their New Gal leryln Hay ward's Building, corner Of. Third and State Street, have opened it for the reception of visi tors, and respectfully invite any one in want of anything in their line to give them a calL Jtar Capt Jon. Hamilton has char tered his new elegant little stea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 October 1865

ADVICE. The Democratic journals are filled with advice and exhortation and warning and bids for President Johnr on. Except when the father of the Democratic party offered to the Son of God all the kingdoms of the earth if, he would become subject to him, no bargain with such an absence of consideration on one side and such a sell on the other has been attempt ed Js this, in which a part infamous in character, with hardly a foothold in the North and subjugated in the South, with ' no possessions that it can call its own, offers its support to Mr. Johnson, if he will raise it from beggary and give it the offices. The Is'ew York News actually pleads this beggarhood of the party to show that Mr. Johnson can - secure it by par chsej,; We quote its argument showing why Mr. Johnson should support secessionists for Represen tatives ot-the South instead'of Union men. una the same reasoning is con tinuallv made to convince him that he must lift up the Democracy of the North. "President Johnso...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. EDITOR AKD yPEOPEIETOB. &OTED FABTICULABLT. TO T5 THE INTERESTS OF Pallia; county. -At $2,00 i lBTriaWr la France. "EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, OP Volume XXX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 19, 1865. : WHATEVER STATE OR PERSUASION, RELIGIOUS OR POLITICAL."-JirFwtaon. 'VI KTi'TViVn 1Q iN 11 III Dor 0 m TEMSS OF ADTMTISHia. - Oa.SquaralOliaetorleaa.oneiaam'B SI. 09 " " - subsequent " ft ' YEARLY ADVERTISING. -' On Column hacgeabl quarWiy. $S0 0 Thr. quarter of a solum. - 0 Cf On half - - - . ' , SJ. Oil On quarter ."... m Tnuwient advertisements moat be paid for is all ease in advane.- DiTore notice tob pre pa'd without respeat to person. Obrtw ary notice otxTeWins- ton liaea. Dublia&cJ fit, over that fir enta a lint - - . Manias notice, and death bcerd fte f .barge, where th partie an, or hav ba resident, of Gallia county. , . AdTertiaina; Patrols will be. entitled torn Editorial notice, free of eharge, all other tob !pid fr in d ranee. ; v i-ppT.R SIDE...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. KTli. STEWART, ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, LEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO ' THE INTERESTS OF , GALLIA COUNTY. CAt 2,00 invariably in advance. j-Hon. Joseph Bradbury, the Union candidate for State Senate in this 'district is elected over Kalpn Leete, Esq., Copperhead by a major ity of 1030 in this county. We heard a good one "of Mr. Leete that Wilfbear repeating." : Sir. Lete was on boiard a steambojt going down the Ohio. He was discoursing elo quently to the bystanders on the beauties of Copperheadism, and the terrible crimes the Government had committed against the liberties of the people. As usual with such pol iticians, he wound up on Gen. Butler, charging him with being a thief and a vile infamous man. A very unas suming individual in the crowd, in stantly expressed his opinion that Mr. Leete was a d d liar. 'Whoare you sir" demanded Leete. "No matter who I am," was the reply, but I am not going to allow you to slander the Government and honest men,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 October 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. I GAi&FOLtS, OCTOBER 1 166, t jyOwiag to continued ill heal th idi a pressure of otber . Inaioesa, we i axe obliged to offer toe Journal 01 ficefor ale. .rT-; r-- - -The drcidation U over : 1200; ad vertiaing purely local, and n?or than can be accomodated, and ' Job work nfBoient fpr two handsconstantly em' jfojifi it la tie official paper of the county, and aerer waa on a flrm tjtbaaiitoaa at present Oarmonth lycan rejceipto will be exhibited to any one 'wishing to purchase, and other evidence offered to prove that tixejurhai is to-day one of the best paying offices in Southern Ohio. The tnaUruJ.Un early all new and in good Condition. ' To a radical Union man, whose f ecofd during the war has ' been consistent, a rare chance will be gttett. ' iJone other need apply. Will'ourSjcchangee please "bend around ifie word." ' jiylfy&u want to tee mammoth potatoeaall at the Journal office and look'at some left by our friend James Preston of Green township They can't 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. — 19 October 1865

: y A the political camprfgn. of 18C5 has closed, we purpose opening our agricultural column again,-for the -discussion of such subjects, as directly interest the farmers of old Gallia. At the present time, tie most important, is the manufacture of Sorghum syrup. The crop of cane this year is very large, and the yield of, syrup will be enormous. It is estimated that the surplus product will fully equal the amount consumed in the county. :.. This will go far toward. .making op the deficiency in tho wheat crop, and enable many of our farmers to turn a short corner in financial affairs, with out difficulty. ' The apparatus and machinery for grinding the cane and evaporating the juice, that are now in use, enable ' the manufacturer to produce a very superior article oT syrup at a greatly reduced price. There is no doubt, still much room for the improvement in this depart ment, in the bay of constructing suitable buildings for the machinery, and sheds for storing the cane. These are matt...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. 1a. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. FAEITLT UEWSPAPEB, fa VOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OP tfiALLIA COUNTY. jt-At t2,00 invariably in advance. rPUFOUR HOUSE. UPPER SIDE W Steamboat Landing GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. r. DUDDIKQ CO., - Proprietors. M : - Iq Commodious House has just been imDleted and oewlv furnished. - - - fis pleasantly situated, commanding a Mew of the river for miles in either direction,' ajisHs open all hours Hay and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Public Dune. 29. If 65. if- wJslierinati House, : RZCOKD STREET, ABOVE PUBLIC SQUARE, - gallipolis, ohio. cSnductedby jqJ.B. KELLER. THIS House bss been entirely refitted sad furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOR Accommodations to the pubb. CoSTXTASCI TO AMD FSOM TBI LASDIKS) rsEE orcBAaox. C J. MENAGER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, GALLIPOLIS, O. ' PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty - Mon-y Claims with diligence, pirreptness, and fidelity. Office, wt-st side of the Public Square. 5or. 25, 164. e National Ho...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1865

Gallipolis Journal. EUITOS AND PKOPE1ETOE. ''A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, tEVOTED PARTICDLAELT TO ; THE INTEEESTS OF 1 GALLIA COUNTY. JBT At i2,00 inyariablv in advance, ar'The result of the late election In Gallia county ought to teach fh Union partjone lesson. Our ma loritv mfrrht have been 500 more if proper effort had been made to get ont the vote. In cue way tins evil might be remedied hereafter, and that is to extend- the circulation of the county paper which upholds the cause of the party. Few if any of the readers of the Journal remained away from the polls. The absen tees were those who take no county paper or probably no paper of any kind. They hardly know when the election eomes off unless some can didate should call to see them and nrge them to vote. This state of things should not ex 1st id this age. Not over one half of the Union voters of Gallia county are subscribers to the Journal. There is no good reason why, except that proper efforts are not made by the leading men iu eac...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS OCTOBER 26, 1865. --G: Fuller off Ma.ieti aa.iecome a member f the firm of The firm is now Howard 4 Fuller, In addition to the Furniture business they have, added -a large stock of Carpets, Oil Cloths and every variety ot House Furnisl ing Goods, and are Wr prepared to fit up a house from Cellar to attic "witli every desiraUe article. Call and examine their stock ; oa the corner: of State and Third Streets Our enterprising Coal Jler- Afcaat John FultZ says he has re- celled . large quantity of superior Coal, which he will deliver to the citizens of C allipolia, at the the ex- ceeaineiy low raw oi nets per. busheL This is one good move to ward cheapening tbe necessaries of life for the coming winter, and our citizens will do well to take advan of It, ere a rise again takes place. Few better opportunities are rer offered for obtaining a desira ble country residence, or a good Fatm for marketing, convenient to a business centre than that now afford ed by the ad...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 October 1865

QUALITIES OF HAY. , l!riibibj? clover milk; corn for fat Ihe timothy riioold be cnredMa foil blossom, or a little lateF., Clover , atonM' b cut when first reddening, before k to fal ly matured- This is the time;- and the only time to at clover. Then all the nutritive juicesf are hi perfec tion, y. Susa hay- or grass cured kas a slighfc laxatb'a tendency just what is wanted in winter. It will be greedily aten, even when somewhat tooched with mould and give milk ia profusion. This never fails On the other hand, timothy, instead of secreting" . milk, will form muscle;; and henee preferred so generally. Straw, when early cut and properly cured not dried has sonewhat the ouality of clover. . But ek, how neg lectful' we are about the curing of straw, when it is one of .the finest of employments. - There is a fragrance about such straw, and the pale green tint, which make. -it- a valuable and most pleasant fodder. Timothy, then, for" horses; clover for milch cows; and straw, well cured and...

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