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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1865

Gallipolis Journal. B. L. STEWART, SDITOB AKD PBOPBLETOH. JtTOTKD -JABTICCLAELT. TO j' THE hjtebests or : yGALLM COUNTY. ifeAt $2,00 invariably ia adranco. oDUFOtJR house; UPPER SIDE " Steamboat Landing . GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. - aB. Mrrolsa. CO., , - Proprietors. rn jTHIij Coomedioat Boat has just been eompieiea ana aewiy raniiuHi. It ! pwaaantiv aiwatea. eomuandinr hi open all boon da; and night, fcc the i Matmmo4aton of the traveling Public k ainne Juns.29,1865. tf. Sherman House, PUBLIC STREET, AtfOVE SQUARE, - 72, gallipolis, ohio. Conducted by 5 J. B. KELLER. THIS House has been entirely refitted and furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the public Corar amjx to aid r bom tbi lakdixs) rEC orcHAxax. C. J. 'MENAGER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, " GALLIPOLIS, O. PROSECUTES Pension and Bounty Money Claims with diligence, bseatptaesa, and fidelity. Office, west side of the Publis Square. ' v. 25. 164. National Hotel. -CORNER or THIRD AKD ORAE 8TREET8. ,,.,' GALLIPOLIS, O. 2f 'early ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1865

Gallipolis Journal. K. Li. 8113 WAIST,, EDITOR AND PBOPRLETOB. I ; ; A FAEILT NEWSPAPEBti DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF.5 GALLIA COUNTY. ' Jar At $2,00 invariably in advance. Pike! Fibs!! Fire!!! This alarm ing cry will be heard on our streets aome cold night this winter, are we prepared to meet it? What steps have the City Council taken to guard against destruction by fire? None that anv one knows ef are there any facilities whatever for extinguish lnz a fire in our town? Suppose it should start in some of the frame buildings Jon the west side of 2d Street below the Public Square? Is there any reason to hope it would stop there? All judicious men ad mit the danger the town is in, of an extensive conflagration. Parkers burg has lately suffered another heavy loss. Have we any guranty that we shall escape? None at all. There is one way to escape the re sult of a fire, INSURE. By that means you may be re imbursed your loss, and saved the chajjrin and vexa tion that always fo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. CALLIPOLlS, NOVEMBER- 9, 1865. A Rare Chance. for sale. Tbeeireulatio,, ... about 1800. and : increasing. "'The adrertising u purely Meal, and more offering than can be accommodated. ' The Job work furnishes constant employment for one hand- The material ia nearly all new. The Unioa Majority at thel te election wss 1030. None bnt a radical Union man need rrir. Tl stxtt Ample proof will be furniehed that the the Journal ia one of the beet pay inc. and moat firmly estabiUhad paper in . R. L. STEW ART. T- - " . "1 " "ZarThe first snow of the season fell on Saturday night last but soon yenished on Sunday morning, weather-wise men predict an un usually severe winter from the - fact, that' suclrweather always follows a Wet summer, . Such was the case in 1855-56, and may be again. They kre wue who prepare for it in time. ' i" Ho! for the coming Christmas! But you need not wait until Christ mas to call on W. L. Sharp, at his New Store on the Square, where he has just . receive...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1865

CLOSE UP THE FALL WORK. In one sense a farmer's work, like woman's, is never done. He may, at limes, drive" the labor of raising and securing the crops ahead- of the season, but until his farm is brought to perfection in the way orbmlcllngs, fences, ditches, and is thoroughly cleared of stones, stumps and fonl prod actions, he - can, - find -enough profitable work to perform, . And it mr." indeed, be doubted if, under the most favorable circumstances, he can afford to let his farm operations come to a stand still. But we counsel farmers lo secure their fall crops as soon as possible. It is belterl for several reasons, to hare them all (fathered by the first of November than later. It is good economy to plan for such a result, and to employ sufficient labor to at tain it We are not certain of good weather after that period, and out standing crops must take the risk of losses from storms and frosts. I hen the days grow shorter, while prices of labor seldom fall, so that it is more exp...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1865

EDITOR AJflV PROPRIETOR A "fjLJ&i NEWSPAPER jKEYQTED" PARTICULARLY. TO . . saw mii t m f .m w n win jtx " GALLIA' COUNTY.,! At 2,W.WarfcWr re OnttFOITR HOUSE. Tj4 JJPPER SIDE .: 4 Steamboat Landing ; ;OALUPOUS,OHia l B. fttDDIXO ... nHIe jCommodioiw House "h.M iut Uen 3 competed and newly furnUhei ItU pleaaantly aituated. commanding a riTefVinile" " eHher direetfon, "nu open all fcoor. day and night, for rfthetraTelinir Public s 1- . nne.29,186i--U. - Sherman House, : BECOHB 8TKEBT, ABOVE PUBLIC : SQUARE, . 00 " GALLIPOLISP OHiO. CDNDTTCTED" bts j;B. KELLER, i THIS-House has been entirely refitted and funialied, and now offers, SCPERIOfc ACCOirODATIOKS to the publn. CoxrsTAxec TO i raOM tbi LAxnrita HZE orCHAKOE. C. J. MENAGER, . 'ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'galLipolis.'o. ' - ER0SECUTE3 Pension and Bounty r, JJoncy Clnim with dUigence, VMnea."l 4lHty -' i ' 1 Offiee, w.-st i--le ofjjie Publio Square. Ifor. 25, 1?4. Hational Hotel. CORKER OF TTHKU iND (iRA E.S i'KEET. ix GALLU'OLIS. O. Ut...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1865

16. X. S1JEWAKT, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. '" : : A FAHILY NEWSPAPER, I EYOTED PAETICULAELTTO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. T&t $2,00 invariably in advance. John B. Haskin of New York, is one of that class of politicians known as shrewd. He is believed to be rather more honest than the ma jority of copperhead politicians. He was opposed to the Kansas surrender in 1856, and has had little or noth ing to do with the Seymore faction of New York." The platform he con structed for the Democracy of that State during the past campaign, was In the main correct. The candidates placed on it were unexceptionable as Union officers, distinguished for their military prowess. Even the endorse ment of Gen. Sherman was obtained for Gen.- Slocum, and every thing looked fair for his election. But all in vain. The Union men of New York were not to be gulled bv any uch clap-trap. They looked only at the party and its principles during the war, and which Gen. Slocum was then affiliating. The result wa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. 4I4JPC(IJSL NOVEMBER J6,1865. A Rare Chance. ? "VWTXQ to ill healtn nd pres of 1 ' Uh boi. I offer thJour.i OSee . ., rvfWa. .J J far tale. The circulation 11 aoom w, uu Increasing. The advertising U purely local, .'ad more offering thB can be commedeiea. The Job work fm-njbe constant employment torotn hind. The material in newly all new. The Unroa Majority a tbel t election was 1030. None but a radical Union man neea abdIt. Teaa-A-impfe woof wUl be furnished ' that tie the Journal it one of the beet pay tug. od toort irmly established PPers ii 1 ! R. L. STEWART. '3T A ;few loads of ., good bard ,a tvn nn subscriDtion at this offlee, if offered soon. . ' . 3 . ' ; ; jarJlesars. Pattern , IliD. haye leased the Buckeye Machine Shop of iftes HilL and are getting things tip in .ni style... Erery thing fcelngput fa f oed running trim,- they are pre ; pareJfoattend Jo all orders prompt ly and efficiently; .Being old and er perlenced. machinists, though young and energetic me...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1865

THE TAILOR AND DEAN SWIFT. A tailor in Dublin, near the resi-; ce'Artt'fea; tipir into his! Lead ttat tie" was SDeclaHY and di - Tlnelriisntird W interpret the prop- WWarH. n,Ullr th hook i.f hecies, and especially the book of Eeyelations .-.Qaittingf the "slibp Tjoail, tie turned. .out a preacher, or atliijp-anfAnlit)h--.-ini-iI riia intnmArfl 'hadlefts shop, and hi.Tay w fikwjtdramisa-fl: ,wT "Dean Swift,-Who benevolently- waiwll- j . 7 : 4. ..Pffillfc'. to turn the current df his thoorfits. 'One Mght the tailor, aa he,lancie.d, got a rjerelation to go and convert Dean Swift, and the?, neit'mbfmiig took 'tipfhis line' "of a march . for, th deanery.- -The jDean, -Hvliose study was furnished with a glasa dooc, saw Aba' tailw'-tfpproach, and jnsunily Burmisel the nature of 'fiis ?erTan"tf. Thfowtiig Tiim3-lf into an jiUitade.-o, ,al easily," and his eyes fixed on the tenth ; chapter of Revelatlotas, lie awaited his approach.. . -. .Tlie duor .opened and tueiilor ah- . nounced, in hi ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1865

Gallipolis Journal. jfc, X. STEW art. fxaroE.Ain- PEOJBIETOB.. j A FAUILT NEWSPAPER, b'rjmV?A9n(LALT TO . THE INTERESTS pF ' . : ' GALLIA COUNTY t3rkX f&QO invariablY in advance. . -DUFOUR HOUSE. " " TPPER 8IDE ...... "-Y- :fStamboat Landing. ' "."Vr-" GAllIPOLIS,OHld..; l" 1 Proprietor-; Tiflg Commodious Home ba ibol been completed and newly furnished. "'' " ' It ia pleasantry altuated. ewmHadinr a .HMrwrUrtTirer for mile in eitrwr direction, .UvMcfMnaRhrmrsdiyand night, for ' aaWttmedatian of the traveling Poblie. '' Vjaee;29,186o-tf. ' ' ' . . Sherman House', - STSEET.- ABOVE . .'- GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. lXHSTttjTED BY " ' '"' WM. JEFFERS fTHIS House ha been entirely, refitted and ' -J fartMied.'nd now fiCtni fSUPJS&KJR 'ACCOMMODATIONS to the public' . CoVXTAXCZ TO A5D FROM TBI LAXDCfS . rmtx orcBAo.' ;' ' ' " ' ' G J. MENAGEB, tit AT L'AAV, ft. 1 IVllllU x .: . . c GALLIPOLIS, O." ' PK06ECUTE3 Pension and Bounty ' Money Claims with diligence, proaptness, and fidelity. . Offic...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1865

Gallipolis Journal. H.'L: STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR r A F1EILT "hEWSPAPER, LIVOTED PARTICULABLT TO THE INTERESTS GF J GALLIA COUNTY. jty At 1 2,00 invariably in advance. y One of the most Important Items of business, that will came be fore the Legislature of Ohioahortly to convene at Columbus, is the elec tion of a TJ. S. Senator for six years after the 4th or March, 1867. - Tjfrfr John Sherman the present incumbent, Gen. Schenck ' of the House, and Jno. A. Bingham, are the candidates now most prominent for that office. The course of Mr. Sherman for four years past, has met the approval of every honest man, -and stamps him a man of talent, a statesman.and possessing in an eminent degree the qualities required for discharging the duties of his high office with credit and honor to the State. He has shown himself thoroughly conversant with parliamentary tac tics. He has not been a mere follower of other men, but has himself been a fearless leader, at times when to fal ter would ha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1865

crrsr AFFAntsr wAIXirOilS, KOTEMB 30. IStt. .- A Rare Cbance. U buslaess. I oflef tie journal UOM fa, ,aie. Theeireuletioe U about 1300. and iswreeaing. The advertising U porelj loeal. Sad "mors offering than can be secomraodaW. The Jofc work f arms be eoMtxnt employment for eas Mud' T be autenal early-all new. Tke Pnioa Majority at the I te election was 1030. Noae but a radical Union mSu ed appryi- Te twstuntte pi oof will be raraisaed that tit the Journal ia one of the best pY img. wad ant firmly established paper w . : 7 i . t r. L. STEWART. The well known Muaie - Pub liflber Horace Watara of 4S1 Broad TNew York, haa placed or par ,4bIefot til'. week three-piece f NewJInaic The Gem of the Mouh . aut very pretty Mazurka, ty Mr. E. A. Pakxhtost, Ous Soldikk 'a Last M", by the same composer, and a rery beautiful ballad,' Lori'a mar rjsa atthx Gats, by J. John ..on. '. Price 30 cent each. ' ' Oar New and enterprising tTholeaale Liquor Merchant, Mr. fe. B. Bigataff has opened out in C...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1865

GlVS THK BOIS A CHAKCB.-One the sorest. loetuftda of ttacUig boy to the farm, is to let him have something on it for hit ovn. Give a email plat of ground to cultivate; allowing him the. proceeds for his own use.. Let him have his. steers break, or his sheep to care wr.iBfl ownership of even ai fruit tree, planted, pruned and brought to bear ing by his. own -hands, will inspfre him with an '. interest that no ,mere reward of wages can give. . -In addir lion to the cultivation of a taste for farm-life. -which-such a :coursw wiH cultivate," the practical knowledge gaiflod 1V tha boy- wilL ha of lita P. . . -ri - . . l i i highest value. ; .oeing luteresve, ne will be more onservant, And."' Will thoroughly 1earrT whateveris 1ierM smry for his success, Annrlipr fld TT- i.-v equally important advantage will be n r lie u 1 1 1 1 1 1 the accustoming him early to feel re sponsibility, Many young men, though well acquainted - with all manual operations' of the farm, fail utterly, when interes...

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 December 1865

Gallipolis Journal. JFAHILT JS E WSPAFEB, GALLIA COtftTY. ST At $' ittlimblv in advance. rj 1 . A'JS .31.1 it 0': l V'llllf.lM "EQUAL AKD EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL MEN, Volume XXXI; GALLIPOLIS, iOHIO,DJEOEMBER7j 1865; .-"ni, Pi -.t OJ! WHATEVER STATI .OS PERSUASION, EEUGI.OUS OB POLITICAL.' Jsrn&aox , - .:u ' 1 if Number 3. D UR HOUSE. MJ3US.BS.1.1' y JSieamfooat laii4I.pg. T , uM-d U? :i .mil.. : . - spprietora. .. w ..; ' - i i'ir i I'll 1 j. ii i -r II i- i - r rjisiv OommadiousHotwe ban- last Uen amnUtfed and Dewrr furnisHed. ! .iLa'TriaasnUr'.aitaatd,. commanding a viMrof the-arear mikea in etlhsrdiseettao, .-sataViaopesiall hoots day and oigbV for the assnnimnilsnnn 01 laevmraing ivuia. Shtmati House. "A iOOKP ' STREET;" ABOVE' P0BLIO ; " SQUARE, , -n..f r n- :;:GALLIP0LIS,.OHI0. i.-.. WM.JEFFER&, - ,.. . 1 f - .- ... - j FFHIS Home has been entirely refitted nd 1 furnished, and doit offers, SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS to the- publM- ' OoTST AC TO iUTBFlOMTSI LAXDIXO ' (r . w 0...

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 December 1865

Gallipolis Journal. - K. Is. SlElVAttT,, .EDITOR AJTvQPBIETOR. .; A FAE1LT HEWSPAPE; LEVOTED PAETICULAfeiiT TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. At 2,00 invariably in advance. i Congres- -eenvened on Mon day last at 12 atT 'lathe-House Mr. ilePheriOn calld:ili&T0U of mem bers elect - During the time it .waff being called, Mr. Mayhard of Tenn:, I whose name did not'appear on the list, endeavored to spetlv bnt was ruled -out of order; - One hundred and seventy-five members answered to their names. ' . , ' Brooks' of New York, endeavored to have Mr. Maynard . name placed on the roll, but without effect " Hon. Schuyler Colfax or Indiana, was elec ted Speaker, over Brooks of New York, by a vote of 139 to 35. :IIe was conducted to .the Chair by Mr. Morrill of Vermont, and' Brooks of .New York, -and made a short but -eloquent speech on the occasion. . A resolution declaring Mr. McPherson Clerk, Mr. Ordway Sergt-at-arma, Mr. Goodenow, Doorkeeper, and Col. Civen of Ohio, Postmaster, was Ad...

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 December 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. GALLIPOLIS, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. A Rare Chance. 1' JVrmsises. I eft tb Jouraal Office Weal. TheirtolattoB it abort 1300. aad ttilMiilTfT" THin r--""? j ptreha fceah dSoS thsTean be .JommWed. TheWkySahtenrploTtneat le haadTfhkfiaterial nearly all aew. WWW " . - - The. IFBtoKJ&ajoAy at tw te aiecuoa w NoaTfcBti radieal Uaion man need apply. Te J. WU proof Wffl be fnrtiuManr taatthe the Journal i. oncof the beet pay- jasVBB'd' mot' firmly etblished paper in GALLIPOLIS, NOVEMBER 30, 1865. A Rare Chance. R. L. STEWART. ri"' &tOVto 'tolb '; (extraordinary pressure upon our advertising col ire compelled this weejrT to USBse WjeippremenL We ret very grsteful to our advertising' patrons . .fitibttt Kberal support of the Jour nal and regret' that want of space ob liges us; Jf i Restrict; tiieir; vertise ments more than they wish. We are A ; Jhis , in order tf give ecrrcunrry readers their proportion or reading "matter! ' Many complain fkatrwt...

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 December 1865

gZT Wool greying seems to be ttrM''UiettetIoo of o'Urrianners in G allr county - to oonsiaew W deppeexr Tht it should be large ly incf eased an'crSrfade one of the ttaple prflaQtipf ttlje cqunty a,one can denr. The chaaees re-aU. in favor of the producer.. Our, climate, rolling lands', and abundance of pasturage'are certainly, not .x ceeded by localities where this1 in- . lerest absorbs the attention of every farmer, eren of limited means. In many counties of Ohio, every farmer will contrive to own few sheep and ttend io them 'in a proper manner. By this means, b.a,not. only adds to his annual income, but improves Tus Und' TSr-'means unattainable in any other way. A ti- . . Hitherto wheat has engrossed the . aftfefttVaoT. hi: farmer of 'Gallia county, to sucn an extent as -so iu poverisii hitlftqd,,ttliOutjieiding any profltin'the amount of grain pro dirteiL: Eien: at Ithe present'-hTgh prices our farmers hare little or"Bone to sell. : s T t '-Tie truth is, raising wheat fn this sec...

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 December 1865

Gallipolis Journal. KDTXOB AND PKOPBIETOK. DXTPTED PARTICUlRtT TO THE INTEKESTS OP PALLIA COUNTY: 17 At $2,00 in vroabJy to advance. PUFOUR HOUSE. Steamboat Land Injp GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. DTODINGwCO., n ' v . ' -.; ' 11 rpEk 'Commodious Hou.e has just Wn J.-completed and newly furnished.- : 5 If is pleasantly' situated, eominaaaing a visw of (be riv. t miles in either direction, aad is open all hours day and night, fur the aeaomcjodation of the traveling Public. Jane. 29, 1665. tf. ' . ' i. V. . i : ' Blionuan House,- SECOND STREET, AUQVE. PUBLIC SQUARE,- - GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. TCpSDUCTED BY, v ' WM.JEFFEBS,..,. r ITklS House hu been entirely refitted and 1 furnished, and now offers, SUPERIOB ACCOMMODATIONS to the public- r 1 ConmiCI TO AJD MOM THX UKDUIS ' I " FEU orCftilOE.""." " , w C. J. MENAGER,: : ! Xttorney at law, GALLIPOLIS, O- PROSECUTES Pension and - Money Claims with Booaty diligence. romptness, ana naeiuy. Oftiee, west side of the Public Square. Nov, 25. 1864. - ' 1 - Nationa...

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 December 1865

Gallipolis Journal. - K. STEWART, rfj : EDITOK AND PBOPBIETQbI- A FASILT KEWSPAPEK, - JJEVOTED PABTlCULAKLf TO '.T, THE lOTEEEST5 p?r!-k GALLIA COUNTY. - j3TAt t2 faTMiably in advance. I - arVery little btreroww of Import ance has been thus far tranaaetecTrn' Ctngress.- The Committees" Jbelog bow all arranged,' we may look for a prompt and speedy discharge of duly on part of both Houses. ' Senator Wade has offered a series of resolu tion's, declaring the course of the French Emperor in the Mexiean question to be offensive to our peo ple. . In other words, Napoleon has netice to order Max. to "git eout" Gen. Schenck introduced resolutions ut the same character in the House. The Mexican question will likelj be settled very soon. , a 3T The Trustees of Gallipolis township, in another article in this paper seem to think great injustice was done them, in our remarks on the introduction of certain classes of paupers into the county Infirmary. The facts, as we detailed them, were given us ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 December 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. CALL! PO LIS DECEMBER 14, 1865. A Bare Chance 1 other business, I offer the Journal Office . - rdC fff Mle. To eireuiawou u urai i"p lasmiisg Th advertising ia purely local, ( MKiiffnii than can be accommodated. The Job work furnishes eoOTtni employment nr one band. The material in nearly all new. Th Unioa Majority at the 1 to deetioa waj li38. No bat a radical Union man need apply.' Ti eo5h,ampU proof will be furnished that the th Journal ia one of the beat pay inf. and moat firmly establuTied pap l" 6outhsrZ)hio. ,'. ; LJAK'im H. L. STEWART. .Mm. Tkomasson! Aa ;Mr. Torrance have entered into the Mil; Unary bninea at their new stand, on Second street, Public Square, where they have opened out a very" fine stock for the inspection of the ladies, who will find it an advantage to call and see thtta: As practical Artistes, they are well and favorably known. atsrCominz down the river the atker day on our fast Pomeroy Packet Victress, we were pleased to (find our old friend...

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 December 1865

[Concluded from first page.] He eayfc" ' 6 ' Our 4oWy pcnre first fn th achiaVtvearltf-aiia'ellll greater b $3 ereloped resources) of the conn W next in the' character orttnr institutions. The most Intelligent obsepers rmpng; political .-economists ."haye not failed to remark; that th nnhlia debt -of a country ia-safe in proportion as its' people are free;. thar. IhA rleht Of a repUDUC is uie safest of all. Ow history confirms and establishes the theory, and is, I firmly believe, destined to give it a till more signal illustration. '" The secret of this superiority springs not merely from the fact that in a re public the nat'onal obligations are distributed more widely through countless numbers in all classes of society; it has its root, in the charac ter of our laws. -Here all men con tributed to the public welfare, and bear Jnd!rfair share of the public burde'n"s.''"Durihg the war, under the impulses .of patriotism, the men. of vh great T)ouy of the people, without regard to their...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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