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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 February 1866

Farmers Department. UNDERDRAINING SWAMPS Mr. Wo. Renick, who professes to have had experience in under Aff jo igwvanipv writes -$orthe Ofd fmrmin, thai 'bh underikains have worked well for ten or twelve yeais. He writes: Big rdiWh frbm' 5Jr!to : 3feet She 'case majoe,' as narrow jgn,weU be tfope with .-a.-coramon spade. Thehv w-hen this is done, I go back to the starting point and dig eight inches deeper, with a 'tpsle made lor the purpose, with the blade four inches wide, the increased depth being in the-middte .of Jtbe.priginal, leaves a snouiaer on each side on which I lay good white oak inch fliiK' eightJor tea inches long, and then fill np. This is all very simple, but they are tar the most eJec!mal ditches I ever had dite. I have tried tile in such land, but I would not pay ten cents per rod "for any more of that kind of ditching in that ' kind of land. Neither will mole ditching answer .in this part of the country; the muskrats soon destroy it . . 't "fa laying down the plank...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. N It IljAJt.'lA mm. nnau 'FAEIL-NEWSPAPER, MtYOTJ PARTICULARLY . TO 4 lUfcao.11tACOAi- . vie. avai .Tula .A ."I 'UTPpi side- ' ' ;-- - i;B.Iltflf5M?cb4'. urn Vtll lijfr iTtri piiliA .in itber direction, uLiimill hsandtT and niebU-for the "J J- ! A national HoteL .JTBIiD ASD pBAfE . STREETS, : 4 kjpBaPBIBIO:.!. f -s 0 -"' rrMTT "JfiiiosAt has been lately re-nwea TfLney urnUhed througbot- Aj.rf n'..T Til HBHUAiltHifnttflll ThPrprifr T'i pergonal atWntton to Uie comfort of liia gueta,.and ajaire no ef hrl t render entire aatisfaction: A. back will carry pansengera io and from .teamuoatayiAlaAtgf PHlie tatonage la respectfully aolicited. Jan. 21, 1864. I - . JAS. E.. RICHARDSOS, . , . 1.i4i ALUPOLI5,"OHIO, WISLkT aMTIXOHA! A V; jAMfcJij WASH. . --w- ar- n TkT A TT Allortif ifcviil Law. I TCHA fiXESTbk, WEST ;...-.: !.. .a -'.'- -:r . , -Will rucviqi Jvasawba. aJto Awowuto CocKTita. . CoLLtirripus raonrr- -iT-ATraMiip w.-1 ' Feb. 15, ie66. tf. ... Ca J HENAGKH. : r, X...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 February 1866

Gallipolis Journal. GALLTPOU3, FEB R(T ART 92, 1866. ,To CobrSpoxievts - Owine to press of matter, several communi- ti'onfir unavnid&blv carried over, to next week. Thoughts Worth Considering. In some remarks under this bead,! week, we closed by saying that, In our opinion, order and peace could not be maintained at the South on either of the two extreme plans pro posed; either by passing the political power in the rebel States back into the hands of the whites, or by secur ing the right of suffrage to the col ored population. We will now no lice these two propositions. ' And to the first The whites South cannot be trusted with the government of the blacks. Their old habits of thought, and their preju dices, will not permit them to do it How , strong these prejudices are may be seen by the recent repeal of our own black laws in Ohio; and we cannot suppose the people of the Suth to revolutionize all their con victions and habits in a day. Defeat iu the battle field works no sudde...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 February 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. CAllKHis. FEBTTARf 23, 1866. New Advertisements. Haywera AJnller, Furniture aad Furnish XwlagUa Academy. opnBg wwb. StTN & Co. Milliners, Cineinai. .W;H.IilJ.Afnt,S.BUpfcii. -r B." IT. Utherfora A Co , something ew U -. .IfasvaW''-'-V Haywnrd Fuller. Card. Barer A Oeffman, Photograph Gallery. - 'Lit of letter.. - " -. ' " V tr Vft preanne there is not tjuia"inier, between GsOlipolU and Hattden irto doea not folly appreci ate the importance of the propoted rfftread. in the increased value of their land, by 4U construction, and will cheerfully and freely jive the rirfitf way.'. r .;The achool heme in district No 8, Clay townanip, waa deatroyea byIre on Monday night of laat week. It it supposed to hare been Ue work of an incendiary. gjr. Laat Thursday night was the coldest of the season. On Friday morning, the thermoneter showed 2rc degrees below zero. y .We axe informed by Mr. Jams Pmstok, one of our largest Peach growers, that the crop for this year is gone killed b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 February 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. WHY DO WE DWARF OUR PEARS? Ithas Veen claiped for this ineod yield an earlier fruitage, that, in some cases at least, the fruit is larger BidJbetti?JE. especially tliat,w? i3!-enWed.4 .plant great ir-'irn" ud tfius-.har u fWwa 'UirWV'of opofi srasl ler pice of l&S thiih1 if we wPrt to plant standards, jome. varieties fit which, erow to an enormous sitov and are very long in reaching their period of maturity, and rpitluliness. Kurserymett taKiugutssn -between free-stocks for the production of &darfl,&eaf Cs, here the bail TOOtfls'platM upon free grow ings or pear stocks, and dwarfing stocks where the .buds aj 'LnsertfcJ upon the quince or Bome'otlier stocft which will not produce, large trees because the roots dqQiiot ftirnish a snfficiency of sap.- Thus, in the case of a quince, which ,-is the common stock for dwrfiBjJ4.ht8 fruit, its roots are more fibrous' than those of tjie Dear;an4 lessTauibling, therefore tSey-AfrnHu 4 'smalle...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 March 1866

Gallipolis Journal. j I I 'pBorBjETOR. ; .' DEVOTED PARTTCDIABLT, TO -THE INTfiE'ETS OF, ... GAELIA COUNTY. j-At 2tdut i.akf 'af .jirrt,ijr..B - w. 'tun' Jdoi. THIBD aY STATE STBEETS." ai'i '. . , GAiXIPOUS.OBJO DS ALEBS in Furniture, Pianos, Carpets, Mattings', Wall-paper, w indow Curtains and general Hows Ft. real ho Good. , Pictura Frame and Looking Glasses made to order-. uoooi aeuverea nc v c"m, any. part of the City. - -!.'' Aa-nU fbrSiracVs, webue WuaoH's, Howxa' rGaovca Baku' and Pan SEWING MACHIKES. , DUFOUR HOUSEr- . T . UPPER SIDfi ' . Steamboat Landing ", - . - , ' i GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. B. DUDDIXG CO., . Prepnetors, THIg Commodious Houte has lust been completed and newly furnished. It is preasaotly : situated, commanding a vitw Bf tb Tier for miles in either direction, and is open all hours day and night, .for the eeommodatl6Dof thetiBTeling- Pnblte. Jaae.29il865.tf. - - r r- -"National HoteL: .- t . ; orhkk, or .THIXD 'AND jURAPI STREETS, 1 "GALLIPOLIS, o. Xtarly Opposite...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 March 1866

Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, MARCH 1, 1866. - I tar n nn,.il.i!niM nr final 1 fiess letters for this paper should- be addressed to "Journal Office." communications fbf publication mMt be accompanied' by the name of th writer to insure its : wA lOBCitiuu. aiu : attention can be given to anonymour articles. If the writer of tbe article entitled ''battle of Chickamauga," will send us his name . we shall be pleased to publish it. . . .. XT The t& DitfutJi took occa sion to pay ns certain compliments at tho expense of our predecessor. We thought the writer of the article showed more eagerness to assail the defunct than to praise the living edi tor. ' Compliments from such a quar ter are somewhat equivocal, and any thing but complimentary. To be commended from such a source is enough to render us suspicious of what we had said; but we are relieved from any such anxiety by the fact that the writer did not understand the drift and aim of the article to which he alludes. We had nothin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 March 1866

CITY AFFAIRS, GALLIPOLIS MARCH 1, 1866 New Advertisements. Cottapt Jfo. 2, Kanawka and Cinciiitnati packet, w ' ' : . .' '....:. , . C. dt. A. Benlcing, Provision. Jamet Bannan, Comma for tale. B. M. Onderdonk, Bird Capes, fe-' LUt Letters. ' Sheriff Sale of Steamer Fawn. Underwriters Insurant Co., R. Stewart J gent. "" " -.'4' ' mmmm!S XV The Court of Common Pleas, Judge Gcthtik presiding, after t bust and laborious aession of eight days; adjourned, last. Tuesday. The Grand Jury were In session- foot days, and returned 21 indict ments 10 of them being for a vio lation of the Liqsor lair. ' " - Thf following State cases Awere -it--." ' - ' ' tried, to-wic . . ., , State vs. Robert ; Riddley Grand Larceny enilty. y- Sentenced to 8 years in' the Penitentiary. State vs.' Geo. Anderson horse Healingguilty. Sentenced to . 3 jais in the Penitentiary.' State -s. Elizabeth Lewis receiv ing stolen goods jirry' failed to agrees ' It is nnderstood' that - they stood eight for conviction and fo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 March 1866

Farmers Department. u if Jmntriw for - - - ,. . i j. - . muscle; ciorer ior mux; com r The timothy should be cureil in fuU blossom, -or - later.. v-uj hpuld be cut when first reddening, u fiw .tnri.A This is the time, and the only time, to cut rlovur. . . Thn an tne nuiriue J uicca -111 perfection, ooei- uj-vi crass cured has ft Sllglll IMr4C tende'ncy Just . what is -. wanted in winter. It will be greedily ni when somewhat touched witQ mould and give milk in profusion. This never fails. On the other hand, timothy, instead of- secreting milk, will form muscle; hence, the hay or horses, and hence preferred so gen erally 'jtw,-when early cut and properly cured not dried-has some what the quality of clover. But oh, how neglectful we are about caring the straw, when it is one of the finest ef employments. There .is a fra grance about such straw,- and the pale green tint, which makes it a valuable and a most pleasant lodder. Timothy, their, for horses; clover for milch cows; and straw, w...

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 March 1866

ottntal WIIXIAM n. WASH , PBOFEIETOS. A FAHILT HEWSPAFEB, DEVOTED PAETICDIAELT TO THE INTERESTS OF GALLIA COUNTY. 9 At t2,00 invariably In advance. 0 . S.VAYVAKD. "W.C HiTWAIft. V. O. FULLtt. ' JmYWftBD & FOUEB, OOR. THIRD 4 STATE STREETS, OA1XIP0LIS, OHIO. DEALERS in Furniture, Pianos, Carpets, Mattings, Wall-paper. r indow CarUina ad general Hkm Fcbbuo Goom. Picture Frames and Looking Glaaaea made in order. Goods delivered free of charge, to any part of the City. Affnta forSiSioaV. Wbieles a Wilcox', Howes' Gbovkb a Kiixa'k aad i'aixxa's KWl'fl MACHINES. . Feb. 22, 1866 tf. DUFOUR HOUSE. . UPPER SIDE Steamboat Landing G ALLIPOLIS, OHIO. B. DtTDDISG CO.. Proprietor. TBI? Commodious House ha just bn completed and newly furnished. ' Hi pleasantly aituated. oonunanding a view of the river for mile in either direction, aad i open all hour day and night, for the aoeomsuodation of the traveling FubUe. J one. 29. 1 865. tf. National Hotel. COBNEK Or THIRD AKD GRAPE STREETS, G ALLIPOLI...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 March 1866

SlIjp0lis Journal GALUPQlHrMAaOH 8. 1866. Fire—Two Dwelling Houses Burnt, A fire broke out Monday moring, about4? o'clock, in a one etory frame double 'bouse, on . third street, near thg corner of . Cedar, owned by Mr. FJLEL Wood, and occupied by Mr. T, B. Mitchell and Mr. Lewis Place. The fire started from a defective fine in the garret, and when discovered hadburnt through the roof, soon placing the building beyond all hope of saTing. - We believe the furniture and goods of the two families were all' saved. Loss about 81,200 no insurance. From this it communicated to the two story double frame dwelling owned by Mr. John A. Moore, and occupiedby. him sell and Mr. John S. Myers., TWs . was also destroyed. The household goods of both fami lies ; were principally saved. Loss about 82,000, covered by an insur ance of 81,500 in the JEtna Co. The adjoining house was a two story brick, owned and occupied as store by Mr. Isaac Cook. This was saved, although at one tine it seemed impossible...

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 March 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GAIXIPOLIS. MARCH 8, 1866. New Advertisements. Chethire Academy, Spring Term, t it. Blazer, Adm'r ' W. Q: Blazer. 'Jacob G'UUland, Divorce. T. J. PurseU & Co., Chinavtare die., Porttmouth. A. Barton, Adm'r Sale of land. E. R. Bell, Bye Straw wanted. ; L. Sewtom, Claim Agent. 'R.L. Stewart, Agent Traveller' Int. Company. - - LiU Letter. x '; ' J c r -urAaoieal Observation tor Fto.rv. 1865. taken by A. P. Rodoim, on Cedar Hill Farm. Gallipoli Township, Ohio, i THERMOMETER. 61 deg. 2 Maximum height 23d, ' ' Minimum height 16th, , . f Montkly range, t . ' , Greatest daily Variation 17th, . Least daily variation 12th, Mean tern, of warmest day 23d, Mean tern, of coldest day 15th," Mean temperature of month, ., ' ' 63. 27 ,03 65 04 SNOW AND RAIN. Rain and melted snow,' Snow, " Number of days of rain and snow, N amber of clear days. Number of variable days. Number of eloudy days, ' 2.57 0.00 7 H 8 tiT. vVe regret to learn that Mr. A. Cushing, is seriously ill. He is at tb...

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 March 1866

rL lath hurt larblc oe in give to all ntlyl street d. be- liio. fori feR, er- P.- ns. IM- pur 5, 'ale 1 i rho k re- Boat Stores. Sbaet Gam Paekiog, assorted aim. Square " ... Beop Packing Tarn, Cotton Packing Tan. Signal Lanterns. Glob - Pear Deek Bucket Water " Scrubbing Brushes Scrub Brooms. Coal Shovels Canvaaa. Hatch eU. Axes. Serew Wrenches. Fir Brick. Fire Clay. Oakum. Xuier Rope. Bell Rone. ' Cotton Hop. Manilla Rope, all aire. Wrought and Cut Spike, all aisea Clinch and Cut Naila, all aize. For aal by, C. A. henxing. Cigars Ac Tobacco. AFULL assortment of Foreign A Domestic Cigars, com prising many favorite Brand. Alao a Urge atork of Tobacco, emlmcing Cavindish old style. Pound Lump, bright and dark, 1(1 awe-t,ia eaddiea, half pound, in caddies dark, Pig and Panankr Tobacco. Fineut chewing; in Bbls. Parwr and Tin Foil. Also amoking Tobacco in every style, at the City Grocery, corner of Court and Third Street. DS. FORD A BRO. Peb.16.Idtw. Provisions. SUGAR Cured Hama. Plain ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 March 1866

,. I , Weill IpOiik h ' .... f , HT5I. II. HASH, Proprietor. "Trnttf Yoltune XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OH TERMS OF ADVERTISING. OnSqriarel01ineaorles.oneinrt"B $1.80 t aaeh subsequent u 96 YEARLY ADVERTISING. One Column changeable qusj-terly. $50 .00 Thr quarters of teclcaiB. -One half " '. ".0 Oae quarter " " liM (.mimt advertisement mast be paid tor in Ifl case in advance. DiToree notice tob pre pid without respect to person. Obitu ary notice not exceeding ten line, rBbliehed frtt, ore? that fiTeeenUaline. Marriage notice, and deaths inserd fre charge, where the partie are, or bar beea residect of Gallia county. .BATWASS, W.C HATWAIO. W. O. FULIBB x COR. THIRD 4 STATE STREETS. GALLirOLIS.OHIO. DE ALERS in Furniture. Piano, Carpet. Mttines,Wa"l-paper, Window Certain and reneral Hot Fcsssi Good., : Picture Frames and Looking Glasse made to order. ' Gonde delivered free of charge, to any iart of thaCby- ' A-nte r'rSiuE'. Wufeli Wiiws a, HowW Gsovfb fiKV and Pas-cm KKWiyOMACHJN'KS. Feu.2-l.le...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 March 1866

Ohio Legislature. Ohio Legislature. —:O:— TUESDAY, MARCH 6. ) he Senate passed the following bilbt, , 'j-fouse Bill Amending the act to fi t jtempt from execution the property J the militia of Ohio mustered into the Vrviee of the United States, so that it Wl pot apply to persons in the regu- army. VA House bill prescribing the duties Vhcriffs and clerks in case of murder a he first degree; Ht-use bill to allow sheriffs 50c per, diem for taking care fot prisoners; a Senate bill appropriating S 1,000 for the expenses of legislative "tcommiUees. fbe time of the House was taken up lie introduction of new bills, and .onsideration of a number of local conur WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. Senate passed the following V ! ,. ;i 'iTfc following-bills were passed: T --. hill r4 jM.oh' KRIMI fWMt c r. rplu relief fund to the linking fund, without amendment, yeas 20, nays 12, a i arift is now a law; tuime cuarsje pt property of paupers to township trus- l to.foJ !,he ."J, of su'.h P"P: V, Jtihe follow inr ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 March 1866

City Affairs. Gallipolis, March 15, 1866. OIL LEASES, FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. New Advertisements. Wholesale , Dry IMliday d Miles, Goods, dr. Culohan d Graham, Patent Washer. Geo. House, Real Estate Broker. R. L. Steteart, j&m Int. Company. J. Cfanden, XUary Public. Hayvvrd d I 'Jer, Looking Glasses, dc, de. John De Lille, Picture Gallery. W. II. Lamley, Attachment. Hulhday d Miles, Retail Department M'Elroy, Dickson dr Co. Pittsburg. Mayor' t Pruclotnation. LUt Letters. Geo. House, Lots and Farm for tale. t3T "We call attention to the "ad vertisement of Messrs. Calohax fc Graham, agent9 for the sale of the Hydraulic Clothes Washer, one of the best and most scientific inven tions of the age. Its main points of superiority over any other washer we hare ever seen, are, that it does the work faster, cleanses the articles more thoroughly, and without the slightest injury. The machine is neat, simple and durable, and cannot easily get out of order. It can be seen in operation every ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 March 1866

STALL 10. from Kcw assortment on, Fsney and Blan , which we possible. with any Stylee, and old eusto- to earu liberal pat to give u. too may murine and 8alee aad inned here Tbe Middle and 3d.) by the upper StreeU.) by :rs. WE1MER. klMER. HEIMER. KIDEXOUK. fNOUR, FAIL PES. b'Furs. &Ga DING, AND 3d. omo . ynagnifieent tand fillet er brought and buy- i selected 'ant. ci for tlie 'resigiit, to ur friends, id see for EKOTJR. Cost, VINS IONS, iCCO. of before Wholesale . WEIL. i USE SJIEXT, OHIO. irnish our rally, with test style, jslity aad jEstar.tly. W of Core Ve., is RS. KGUET. Trim- IDG E, QUARE. B.OHIO. my eusto h the beal Faney No Ornaments puiebaseo kid a larg She would Galli polis. her stock, RIDGE. com mis INSON. ear by the SHARP. fiacy ruction for lid Abases tal powers knt free ol , , s. Aaaress Howard As heel Clothing Emporium, NORTHUP & SMITH, fsuccxsaoM to) M. FRANK .j . . WBOUSaXB ft UTAH. CLOTHIERS, AND MERCHANT TAILORS, E hare purchased th entira Stock of M. Frank,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1866

J- - "fi. 1: -0; W 11 TFI. H. ASIT, Proprietor. Volume XXXI. "Truthand: GALLIPOLIS, OHIO,, ROH 29, 1866. t i c e . $i OO lu AdTance. TERES OP ADVERTISING. OneSqiiarelUlinesorless.onejnsert'n $1.00 , . - " ' each subsequent - . 96 TEAELY ADVERTISING. One Column changeable quarterly. $50.08 Three quarters of acolumji. 4(t.9t One half - S8 One quart " - HM Transient advertisements must he paid far in all eases in advance. Divoroe notices to be pre paid without respeet to persons. Obita- ary notices not exceeding ten lines, pnbltshsd free, over that five cents a line. Marriage notices, and deaths inserd Ires of enarne, where the parties are, or have beea residents of Oallia county. GEORGE HOUSE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. FOR THE "URCHAbE k SALE OF AGRI CULTURAL. MINERAL & OIL LANDS. ROBINSON'S BUILDING, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. REFERENCES E. Dbtetombs, President 1st National Bank. Chas. Hkkeino, J A. Robiksos, Chas Cireinr, E. S. Mesaqeb. Much 15, 18(16. JOIIS C. VAKDEN, NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE Au...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1866

Gallipolis Journal. Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, MARCH 29, 1866. The Mexican Question. During the present session of Congress. theMexican question bas afforded a favorable opportunity and glowing topic to those third rate members, who, though usually taking no part in debate, are yet compelled at least once', daring the term to speak their piece" and introduce a iet of 5esoIuoris,ito be printed for andcon sumption among eir constituents at home. Could Haximilian Le present in person and ' listen to the lengthy "Whereas," the threatening "therefore befit resolv ed' and the loud Philippics as they re thundered forth by excited mem- ;V rsln the heat of impassioned de- : dte, he would undoubtedly sit und I Jasily upon his throne, -perhaps be- V" moralize uvm uio uuucaiiuy Edition of the Mexican climate and "f 'propriety of a speedy withdrawal ' that country. All this is well i 't Tgh; for speeches and resolutions a breach of neutrality, and : Hhey can do no possible harm, titjj-, "yn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS MARCH 29, 1866. OIL FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. New Advertisements. 5. J5. JVevrf, At ano? CT7 Goodt. Hayvsard & Fuller, Baby Cabs. Meeting of Assessors of 18G6. E. A. Stone, Auctioneer. Hayvsard - Fuller, Wall Paper. Grau fc Sloier. ronton House Jor Sale Notice of Rood Petition. Mayor's. Proclamation -V tale of Liouor on Election dav. Havward - Fuller. Carpets Marked Down. W. Stolon Co . Steam Stone Saw MUl. Pi. Pleasant. W. Ya. H. M. Otdrdoni. Wall Paper and Shades. S. T. d-R. Lavgley, Good Xemfor the People. Seal d McKMey, Commission Mer chants, Parketsburg, W. Va. Gus. Smith, Milliards. JTSTThe Gallipolis and Pomeroy packet, Victress, is always prompt to time in her arrivals and rtepar . tares, and passengers and shippers can be sure to find her at oar wharf every day between twelve o'clock M. and two o'clock P. M. She is a great help to the trade of our town, and should be liberally patronized by our business men. Oil Matters. Oil matters are becoming ...

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