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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 December 1865

E33STT TO J O XT IR, 3ST .A. L GALLIPOLIS, .OHIO, THURSDAY DECEMBER 14, 18G5. W At the Sorgho Convention lately held in Cincinnati, over 100 us pies of cyrup were presented. The sample offered by Mr. Ephraim Waddcll of Green township, Gallia county, Ohio, was considered the finent on exhibition, li is gratify ing to learn that one of our citizen carried off the palm. Mr Waddell d 'Hiervea great credit for the energy and perseverance be has bestowed on the business, and wi trust will spare no efforts to maintain bis por tion, rnd the credit of our county. O'Jurs should be induced to give more attention to this branch of ag riculture, which is dentinal to be one of leading interest in Gallia county. X" Thanksgiving Day was strict ly observed in Gallipolis. All places of business were closed, and remain e 1 so during the day aad evening.. Very rarely have we seu better or der on Sabbath. Thia speaks well for tbe morals of our town, and it is to be hoped that all similar occasions will ...

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 December 1865

Gallipolis Journal. B. jr.. STEWART, , , . IlJrtOS AND- PROPRIETOR, i l MHILY NEWSPAPER, DXTOTED PARTICULARLY TO ;. THE ESTESESTS OP GALLIA COUNTY JVAt t2,tW LttVariably In advance. DTJFOUR HOUSE. , TJPPER SIDE Steamboat Landing GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J. B. DBDDI2TG CO., . , Proprietors. THIg Commodious Hope baa jnatbeea completed and newly furnished. vi.w of the rirer for mile, in either direction, uu Dieasanuy sroiavea. eamuuuni m aad is open all hour, day and night, for the Monnodation of the traveling Public Jane. 29. 1865. tf. Hational Hotel. COEKSS or HIM AHD GRATE STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, O. 2f tarty OppotiU th Eureka 2fiUt.) -8; B88BMANt PROPEIETOE. ' (Late of the American House,) THE "lUrioKAi." baa been lately re-fitted and newly furnished throughout. As a Hotel, it is unequalled by any in Gallipolia. The Proprietor will give hi. personal attention to the comfort of bis guests, and spare no ef farts to reader entire satisfaction- A. back will carry passengers to and from teaabaata....

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 December 1865

Gallipolis Journal. ft. Li. STEW ART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. A FAEIILY NEWSPAPER, DEVOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. J&M 12,00 invariably in advance. Congress has been in session four weeks, but as yet done very little more than organizing and get ting ready for work. The session is likely to be a lorn one. Matters of greater importance, than ever came before that body, since the days of the Revolution, are likely to be pre sented. We trust that time will be taken to carefully weigh and digest these subjects, so as to render future legislation unnecessary. "Make haste 6lowly" should be the rule adopted by Congress. The people waited patiently for four years to see the close of the rebellion. They will wait four years longer to see the ad ran tages gained by it, so fully se cured that in the future, all danger of a repetition of slavery and seces sion with, their fruits, may be saved to those who are to come after us. Thus far, all is well. The South finds th...

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 December 1865

CITY AFFAIRS. CALDPOUS. DECEMBER 21. 1865. A Bare Chance jf-vvrVrifci in healtii and pressure of J other business, I offer the Journal Office fgf The circulation is about 1200, and iajranfing.- The ndTertising is purely local, ad more offering than can be accommodated. The Job tork fanuehet constant employment (broae haiTd- The material nearly all new. Tb Union Majority at the 1 U election was 100. None but a radical Union man need apply.' Ts tucfc .ample proof will be furaished that the the Journal ia one of the beat pay sag. ad most firmly established paper u 'V- R.L. STEWART. The American Bible Society litre now on hand at their Deposito ry at. Bailey & Cherington's News Uepot in GaUipolis, a splendid as sortment of Bibles and TesUmeuts t prices ranging from 10 cents to fourteen dollars. We know of no a&yre anitable present from parents te children,' or friends to each other than one of these books. They are tnoch cheaper than can be purchased t any .regular book store, a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 December 1865

SIGNS OF A PROSPEROUS FARMER. - "We clip from n exchange the fol lowing appropriate observes m the "Sign of a successful -Farmer, and we earnestly commend them to the attention of every, thoughtful reader . . When lights are seen burning in Lib housi before the break of day, ia winter especially, it ahowa that the day will never break on the breaking in of adversity. When you see bis 1arn larger than his house, it shows that be will have large profits and email afflictions. When yon see him drive his work instead of letting his work drive him, it ahowa that he will never be driven from good resolutions, and that he will certainly work his way to" prosperity- - . CThun niii ppp in hia house laiTlCS for burning lard or grease, instead of candle bucks, lor more expensive mi it ftVinw that economv is leneth- enlng his ways to happiness and plenty with that light which should enlighten every farmer in the world. When he has v house separate from the main building, expressly for ashes, an...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1866

Gallipolis Journal. R. L. JSTEWART, EDITOR AKD PROFRIETQB, ' A FA1ULT NEWSPAPER, DIVOTED PARTICDLARLT TO THE INTEREST OF . - GALLIA COUNTY. jar At 12,00 invariably is advance. DUFOUR HOUSE. - UPPER SIDK ' ; Steamboat Landing 'J ' GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. J. B. DtDDIXO CO., ; i. . ... Prepnetora. 'E Commodious Houe has jast been : JL completed nd newly furnished, 'It if pleasantly situated, commanding a of Oie river for miles in either direction, and is open all hours day and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Public. 'iJune.29.lo65. tf. . National Hotel. CORKER OF THIiD ADD GRArK STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, O. Sttarly Oppotitr Hit . Eureka Mills. PROPRIETOR. , , a . (Late of the American House,) rpHl "KatioUAi." has been lately re-fitted Hotel, it is unequalled by any in Gallipolis. Tks Proprietor will gin hir personal attention to tit comfort of nit guests, ana spare no ef farts to render entire satisfaction. A hack will carry passengers ta and from .tern boats. A share of public patr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1866

Gallipolis Journal. C K STEWART, 'SJEDITOE AXD PEOPKIETOB. a PAHILT NEWSPAPER, , LEYOTED PARTICULARLY TO THE INTEEESTS OF " GALLIA COUNTY. 7 At 1 2,00 invariably in advance. ' "jy The re election of Hon. John Sherman to the United States Sen- &ter was a fit testimonial from the : people of Ohio, in approval of his tentorial rourse hithetfo. For it v i.s the v. ois of the people, and a V"'jcafiijlcte trluiii)h ontiieirpart, over 'tSe notiricisni. N 1 . ' w We happen ed4osl-5-t iirchtir oa the day and evejiis- of .: (Vation in caucus, anTl:now. . . . v 1- fTtl f- TTbpeH. xuese laeti.irere rj eni. wia ceriaia. aspintRywfi s. at in tuejiwer House olvJongress, from the Dayton district, were exceeding- ly anxious to have Gen. Schenck out of the way, by placing him in the Senate. 7he friends of Gen. Gar field we extremely anxious to Iiave the new!' elected Senator -from the Souther1, portion of the'Sute, ia or der that when Wade's term' in the Senate- expres, his successor may cme (rom...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. JANUARY 18. 1866. A Rare hance. OwTNG to ill healtn aad pressor of other business, I offer the Journal Office fcrssle. The circulation is about 1200, and increasing. The advertising is purely local, and more offering than can be accommodated. The Job work furnishes eonstantemployment lor one hand. The material is nearly all new. The Union Majority at the 1 te election was 1130. .None but a radical Union man need apply. . Ts rocb,ample pi oof will be turnisneo: that the the Journal is one of the best psy- in, and mnat ftrmlv established DSDCrS in Southern Ohio. -. . : I , TL L. STEWART. TOWN TALK. Some of oar good friends have Seen occasion to take umbrage at our remarks under this head, where no anfl was siTen. True we cannot help it, if persons construe our items to suit their own cases, and there find tmth tint al wava palatable. but hey should not be too ready to addle Is on memseiveo or uieir ueigu bors. . - That the boys on the Parkers burg packet Jona...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1866

TOO MUCH STOCK. Farmer lose a great deal wvery year by keeping more stock than they can feed anri take care of. They commit a great mistake by keeping more than they can keep wclL To keep stock well, they must be kept in a constantly thriving condition. In summer they should hare abun dant pasturage, and in winter warm shelter, and all the good nutritious food they will eat. Stock thus man aged are always profitable always improving and increasing in value rarely, if ever, beeome sick or die, and afford one pleasure to look upon. . To illustrate: Suppose farmer should keen twelve cows, even in tolerable condition, and make butter through the winter. Now, if he would bestow the same care, atten tion and food upon eight, and we might safely say six, of the best of his cows providing them comfort fable quarters, and keeping them healthy and thriving he will make much more butter from them than lie wocld Irom the twelve. Or If he will keep a les3 number of -any kind of stock, and feed 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. — 1 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. ' L. STCWAUTj . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. AFAKILY KEWSPAFER, . J DfctbTED PARTICULARLY- TO THFi INTERESTS OF . GALIJA COUNTY. 82,t0 iavariaMv in fyii-fln- K. DUFOUIMIOUsE. , UPPER SIDE . . Stcaiubori I Landing r, , GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. .3 TirrTlDING 4 CO., rpEI Commodious Houre baa just been E eomnleted and Dewiy luniuu It is nleasantlv situate'), commanding a in either direction, id night, for, the and is omii all hourf dav SB oommodstion of the traveling fyblie. June. 29.1 865. iL- " ' National Hotel.- ; '. ' 'CORKER OF " IIEhW LSD URATE STREETS. v:: GALLIPOLIS, O.: ' iftarly Opposite tlie Eureka JTrflt. ) Hv 8BE.rEM, PROPRIETOR. Late of the American House,) rTVBI "JtfnosAL' has been lately re-fitted J. and nfcwly furnished throughout. Asa Ho(el, it isTiiwqualled by any in Gallipolis. Th Proprietor will give hit personal attention to the eomfort of his guests, and spare no ef forts to render entire satisfaction. . A hack will carry passengers to and from steamboats. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. R. JL. STEWART, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. . A FAETILY NEWSPAPER, EEVOTED PAETICULAELY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. 9-At $2,00 invariably in advance. SOLD OUT. I have sold the "Journal Office" to Capt Wm. H. TJasb, U. S. A , to take effect 1st February, 1S6. He will fill all subscriptions paid me in advance to this date. Subscribers in arrears, will settle with me to 19th November. 1865. After that date Capt. Nash is authorized to receive payment This sale or transfer will not affect the interests of the patrons of the Journal, which will he published as R. L. STEWART. Valedictory. Our connection with the Journal as Editor and Proprietor, ceases with this number. For more than two years past we have faithfully endeav ored to place before its readers such matter as was deemed most condu cive to the interests, not only of Gal lia county, and the State of Ohio, but of the whole Union. During the war, the Journal gave no "uncertain souud" as to its pe culiar tenets...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 February 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. 6 A LUPOUS. FERUARY 1. 1866- TOWN TALK. . That the Committee of the Saw -Buek bell lid t toe much honor through the DUpatch in intimating that we bad presumed oa their unction for oar notice upon said balL We would respectfully suggest that our remarks are generally made on oar own responsibility, without questioning the approval or disap proval of a parcel of boy a. That a pleasure excursion will be given m the Steamer St. Jama, to Cincinnati, and return, oa next Monday, which promise to be a Yery pleasant afliur. Tickets twelve aoi Ian per Couple. That the well-known Cutter and Tailor S. Roberta goes it alone no more, bat has taken up his quarters with oar young Friends Northap and Smith, where he will be found hereafter. That Old Yal, (not Val ham.) but the genniae old Saint himself, haa made his headquarters at. the Drag Store of Bailey Magnet, where any and all can have their ideas of a Sue Valentine filled for Yery little money. Job lots particu If rly low. S3T 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. — 1 February 1866

J . y Now fcnd then we fcear a snb- ctUw.from the country, complain- rng'c'f hard times, scarcity cTmoney and how difficult he inds it to raise two dollars For the Journal one year, thinks he cannot afford it, will have to'tfiscontinue," &c." He probably has a family of children growing np around him in- whose welfare he pro fesses to have a deep interest, and wold feel insulted if accrued of neg lecting to afford them- every facility foacqnirifig that kind of knowledge aecessary to make them good and useful citizens. Yet he deliberately eats them off from the cheapest as well as best mode of informing them selves on subjects connected with their every-day life, and thus de prives them of that kind of knowl edge essentially necessary to con duct even ordinary farming. Is this good economy? Is it even prac tical common sense? He certainly cares very little about the affairs of his neighbors, or the business of his county, who will thus for' the paltry sum of four cents per week; ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. WILLIAM II NASH, PROPRIETOR. . A;FAfflILY; NEWSPAPER, t)TED,:PAETlClJLARLY TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. jtyAt $2,00 Invariably in advance. bj-ir DUFOUR HOUSE. UPPER SIDE , Steamboat Landing . .- GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, j B DUDDIXG CO . "i.r, :. r -.. : - . - Propnetore. TEIq "Commodious Hone has just been completed and newly furnished. ' It is pleasantly aito-ited. commanding a wi of the river fur miles in either direction, and is open all hobrs.doy and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Public. J nne. 29. 1 SC5. tf. . . i i . . ! . i " Hational Hotel. CQKNEB OF 2IRD AKD UT.A'E STREETS, ' ; " .G-AIaLIPOLIS, O. iVory Opposite the Eureka, MUlt.) .-rBOPPJETOR.' . ".; ' ' (Late of the Anerican House,) THE "National" has been lately re-fitted and newly furniahed throughout. As a Hotel, it is unequalled by any in Gallipohs. Ths Proprietor n ill give hi? personal attention to-the comfort of his guesU. and spare no ef fort to render entire satisfaction. .. A h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, FEBRUARY P, 1866. - t iyln vseaming control of the Journal, we deem it unnecessary to make a lencthv ivrnmnl cation of anv . r e r - o - itartinritap lrinil nvllnv wo ahfl.ll f-' F"" pursue, pref ering rather to let each successive issue of the paper speak . (or itself. . We shall aim to present ft paper that shall command the re nfiM vf" tha nannlA and tllA nnrllTi- i i did support of the Union party; keeping ercr in view the interests of the city and county. During the ab sence of the Proprietor, the paper wi be in charge of William Nasb, Esq , present County Auditor, who is well known by every citizen of the . county, as one fully competent to the .task. We bespeak, in advance, for :- that partiality, confidence and cor 3- t i t . m w.,. . v.. ' been extended to the Journal by our . dial a 11 nnnri v i : n noa HDnmi.iru citizens, irrespective ot party; bc-liev ing that in the future, as in the past, it will not be misplaced. hope, within a ?ek o '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. — 8 February 1866

City affairs. ' 6 A LUPOUS. FERUART 8, 18C6 New Advertisements. Wall Paper at Haywards A Fuller.' List of Letters ' ' David Tate. Undertaker. Kygerville. Austin Barton, Administrator. " E. Mares, wife lelt. Attachment Notice. .. Dissolution, Gillilaa A McMillan. C. N. Palmer, IS ureery. Kanawha Paektt, Belle." W. L. Sharp, Sundries. Farm for Sale.. . Petition for alteration Road. Carlton Coal Company. "Old Folks" Concert. by the Ladies and Gentlemen of St Peters (Episcopal) Church. We have seen the programme of the "pit Folks" Concert, which takes place, at Alethire's Hall, on this, Thursday, evening. The se lections are well made, embracing some of the finest music and sweetest songs known in the musical cata logue. We hope to see the Hall crowded to its utmost capacity, for laying aside the rich musical treat (well worth tne price of Admission) that is in 6tore for our citizens, the object of the concert (benefit of the Church improvement fuhd ) is worthy of all patronage. arThe 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. — 8 February 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. A TALK FOR THE SEASON. QuestrohspraMirttl fiel-l opera ttons ana otneroutdooranairs, uaye nitflfeVtO engaged 6ut."p'rincii.al 'at . . tent ion. We now desire to talk few miset. ucptlwr matter of! Buu creaier importance, since id lies - . .. - ,, . . n: .. M JBOJOUOUaUOO ,6i mtglt'slu:: r' ' . " f success in nartieal operations. Men sometimes stumble upon success, and tB4i'lay: claim o- free. 6agaeity, which is freely accorded by a super ficial pufeli judfrment, by which both parties are deceived the blind lead ing the lilind.. Success is" eminently tfesir&lle", but the ability to command success is infinitely. j,jnoro. so. A.j stoat arm is an essential qt.aiuicauon in a yaaaSor Said labor, but an intel ligent brain to direct- that arm, is more than this, -a Vital necessity. Iowyoa see what we are dnrin at-the cnltiyaUon of the intjelleetual( as well as tne puysicai man," to en? sure success in the field of agricul tpfe ,TTheu a person stum...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. pao?KiKK?R; . A FXHttY .NEWSPAPER, sOTElJ AIOTCtiLARW: ' .THE- INTEBESTS OF 4 DUFOOR HQUSE.. .--.I UPPER BIDS . . .. " , Steamboat Landing t, -i ' " " GALLIPOLIS, OHIQ. , i VDUPDIXO CO.. , i ? .V .t . - ' rrpneur. . THIg Commodious Boom baa ' iust bent eompieted and newly furnished. ' It it pleasantly ' situated, ecfninsnding yisw of the river for mile in cither direction, and is open all bours'day and night, for the accommodation of the traveling Publie, ' , Jane. 29. 1865. tf. . -Hational Hotel. ; j ' COBKUt OF tHiii) 'AlfD OR An 8TEEBT8, GAixiroLis, o. ... ! Oppciitr iht Eurtla-MdU.) B & BUSMAN, PEOPRIETOR. 1 (Late of the American House,) rTHt-lf tioa." has been lately re-fitted X and ncwlv furnished tlironcBoot. As a. Hotel, it is nnqnalled by any in Oallipolis. The ftoprieto will gie hi personal albention U the comfort of his guests, and spare no ef- (arts to render entire satisfaction- - : A hack will carry passenger to and from fteamboata. A snare of p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. . OALLIPOLI8, FEBRUARY 15,ie66. Thoughts Worth Considering. We Lave watched tie action Of Congress and the President with somewhat cariosity. There is being exhibited in the public mind what ie ever connected with times of great excitement and agitation. These occasions are brought on bj conflicts of opinions carried out inte action; and hence follow 1 those fierce col lisions, which turn the world upside down. Two extreme opinions, when brought into conflict in action, must produce agitation and confusion, and as a consequence, one or the other will obtain the mastery and rush on in realization, until a reaction sets in, and the pal 'lie mind again swings back to the o'ber extreme. This semstobe the law cf social pro gress. We see its illustration in the English revolution, followed by the re action resulting in the resto alioi, of the second Charles. The FrencL revolution was followed by the re storation ot the Bourbons, and bo; I these re actions towards the p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 February 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. 61LUP0U8. FERUARY 15, 1866. New Advertisements. JT,. C-Eaywerd, Store lemt ..... ,H. J4 Oaserdoak, Book aadJParietr Stars XoUobaa 5h Atty'a Charleston W. V. International las. Co. R. L Stewart Agt. - list Letters. First Kstioaal Bnk- "l : Probate AeeaanU. "-, . 3Th "Old IMka" (amateur) Concert was a complete access; such aa the "actor's" on the stage may! feel an honest pride in- The cos- tnmes were got up with excellent taste and in the style f a hundred years ago. We infer that our sisters, of! tli nlil timea. were Icrnorant of the: beauties and advantages of hoops, Our limited space prevents s from noticing the merits of each individual sineer. but when all acouitted them-. selves so creditably, it is hardly nec essary to allude to any single one. We will add that the audience seemed to have, by general consent, awarded the palm to Miss Okdkbdokk, whe richly deserved all the praise that was bestowed upon her. We trust this may be only the beginning of a series of Am...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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