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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 March 1866

[...] Department. Manuring for Oats. ' Althoneh b9orb co61, 11,8 Whd I bom tbe soil than wheat or ww, there is norther kind or cmn that will retain a better com peiwation in increased amonot ol train, per acre, in consequence or the soil being manured, than. oats. Indeed, oats flourish the very best, when the soil, is uner.the very t,;rtist state of cultivation. A far mer may raise as many bushels of oats, per acre, as He can reasonaoiy desire, orovidinff he will mauuro and cultivate his soil as well as it ought to be cultivated. If be desire to raise thirtv. fifty, seventy, or even one hundred, or more bushels, per acre, he may have tbe pleasure, after a few years, or seeing his soil yield that amount of grain, provided he will only apply his manure judicious ly, and cultivate .the soil thoroughly. But. much good management matt necessarily be exercised, in apply ing the manure to the soil for oats, in order to be ot tee greatest practi cal benefit, in producing a large yield. d BA...

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 April 1866

TFM. H. XASn, Proprietor. Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, ; XSBIL 5, 1866. c r T. " : . ." ' "TrutT. tnd .V icc.'. . - I'.' 3 O In a-..-ij-tc. Number 2u. .TERH3 OF ADVERTISING. OncSaaare 10 lines arleM.oneinMrt'a tl.00 " - " " eh rabfteqaent M YEARLY ADVERTISING. On Colamn ebucble quarterly. $50.60 Three Quarter of a eoltuia. 40.00 Onrh.lt - - 98.0 Oaeqoarter " I.0 Transient avertiaemeBt maat be paid fr in all eases in adTanee. DiTorae notice to b pre paid itbout rwpoet to person. Obrta ary notice not exceeding tea line! pblikd fret, ova that fire cents a line. Marriage notice, and deaths inserd frea W charge, where the parties are, or bar M residents of Gallia county. GEORGE IIOUSE. .REAL ESTATE BROKER. FOIl THE PURCHASE SALE OF AGRI CULTURAL, MINERAL & OIL LANDS. EOBISSOJTS BUILDING, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO.- REFERENCES E. Demonic, President 1st National Bank. Chas. Hekiixq, Jw A. Robihww, Cba Ceeciet, E. S. Menage. Mach 15, 18G6. JOnN C. TAKDEJf, NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE Auditor's 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. — 5 April 1866

Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, APRIL 5. 1866. General Lee's Testimony. The joint committee of fifteen up on reconstruction, reported lust week to both Houses of Congress the eri dence of Geu. Robert E. Lee, late commander-in-chief of the rebel armies, touching the condition of so ciety in the South since the close of the war, nd the degree of loyalty now felt by the Southern people to wards the Union. The report is in Wresting as showing more fully, than any thing yet before the public. General Lee's own views in relation to the doctrine of secession and the spirit with which he entered into the late war. In answer to a question of Senator Howard bearing npon this point, General Lee stated, that it was his view that the act of Virginia, in withdrawing herself from the Union, carried him aloug as a citizen ot Virginia, and that he considered her laws and her acts to be binding npon hinwelf. This reply sets at rest the many surmises a3 to his degree oi unwillingness in making war upo...

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 April 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS AHRIC 6, 1866. OIL LEASES, FOR SALE AT THIS New Advertisements. Geo. W. Cox, Lateond Lwttt. . W. H. Langley, DryGoodt, &c. Mrs. Wm. Jeffers. OcSCsi. M. J. Leese Co., tV Well Tools, Parkersburp. Government Sate, EospiiactuUdiTigs. Marttett yriantj Machine. Uover Cowman, DissolvU Settlement Prolate Account. R. H. Farram, Auction Sale. Dr. A. Green. Wonderful Cu Wm. Waddvll, Sheriff Sale. Leonard heirt. Petition Jor Partiiic C. t A. Eenling. Patent fjhvrn. Xaiitnal Bank, Quarterly Report. Emshiemer Blathers, Dissolution. List Letters. y Our city election passed off very quietlr no excitement, and consequently but a ligbt vote polled. The following is the result, to wit: 1st Ward. P. A. Sanns, Council man; E. Black, Assessor. 2d Ward. James Brown, Councilman; S. B. Eathbarn. Assessor. 3d Ward. Hen ry Grayum, Councilman; Geo. M. Clendinen, Assessor. Marshal. William Cromley. Township Officers. Gallipolis. Trustees, A. Logue, A. Cole and J. Brown. , Assessor, ...

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 April 1866

[...] [...] Management of the Peach. A correepou- t4;aluBwt fes fomarded tor the Conntry GenUe-J man printed report of the success- "fbl management of peach orchards, adopted bv Louis liolmer,. who re , sides in the great Miami Valley. He fonns mounds of earth around his trees, "increasing these rnonnds by yearly additions until three or four feet high.. These are chiefly for the purpose of excluding the peach worm. Finding ttis insect to enter above the small mound9 a foot high at first made, he successively added t their size. The mounds were found in a few years to become filled with the fine fibrous- root of the trie. and, being exposed to the eold winds, they became a frozen ma3 and were supposed to thus retard the early opening of the buds, anil to prevent the destruction of spring frosts. . . . ... Another part of, his management, not new, but valuable and important, is cutting back the shoot .every al ternate year, thus thinning the crop, iriviDz large, and better lieaijies,...

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 April 1866

4 V;:, 7V"rt - --' - . - TYM. H. ZYASII, Proprietor. "TrHth Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OK 0, APRIL 12, 1866. Number "TEIUM OF ADVEE.TISIHO. OoSau10Iinworleiii,ieiDaeKfB 41.00 " " " " each lubMqocat " . Si TEAELT advertising. One Colama changeable qoaiterly. $50.00 1 hrae quarter, of a edamiL. , 40 .W . One half . - - , So O Ob qoarter - - r liM Transient adratisementi nnt be paid fat ia all eases in advance. Divorce notice, to be pre paid without retpeet to persona. Obtto ary aotioes not exceeding ten lines, publuhed frtt. arer that firs cento a line. . ,. Marriage notice, and deaths inaard free of enaree, where tie parties are, or bar ocas residents of Gallia aouatr. GEORGE HOUSE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. ; FOE THE "CRCK&bE SALS OF AO EI CULTCSAU . MINERAL & OIL LANDS. ROBINSON'S BUILDING, GALLIPOLIS OHIO. REFERENCES E. DnrroMst, President 1st National Bank. Cats. HeiKno, J to A. Kostnon, Chas Cbccxr, E. S. MtiOJ. Kaoh 15. 1866. JOHN C. FAKDEN, NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE Auditor's Offi...

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 April 1866

[...] Journal. GALLIPOLIS APRIL, 12, 1866. [...] Civil Rights Bill—The Veto —The Result. We will recur again to this sub- " " ect, it is assuming a political aig J Bifioance which extend beyond the tr;w,rUof the bill itself. We have . .!. f tha hill itself. We have r-.-hever attached ao much -importance to the measure as some others, be "".' cause-, iu our opinion, it did . little ,'. more than to declare the law as we already understand iW i(- , t Th first section or the bill simply iclares who are American citizens; and in this declaration simply follows the law as it has nlwaya beerr under stood by jurists.. Every free person born under the jurisdiction of a gov ernment is a citizen of that govern ment, owing to it allegiance and en titled to its protection. The word citizen has no connec tion with the question or suffrage, ; saving that none but a citizen can be . allowed to vote under our consul u- tional Government; but a- man may be a,citizen and vet be not entitled vote. A l...

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 April 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, APRIL 12, 1866. OIL LEASES. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE. New Advertisements. 'Jnal Dagei, JTtw &ocf Bool, Shoet, dc J. C P. A. Sannt, Faints t Dyes. Truman Guthrie, Form for Sale. Morgan t. Allison,- Bee Htvt.t Vio. Fulls, Coal. J.- W. Ward, Administrator. Favm So. 2. Oallipnlit & Quyandotte m "inn. . ... -4fr. Kingsbury LtdurtK Tax Sale, Redemption Settee. t ' Wm, WaddtU, Shertjs Haies. ?Zi 11 List. - ; Auction at Xational Bouse. - t 3T See the advestistaHSifc of ,the steamer Fawn Xo. 2, in another col umn. . She will be a Valuable help to iose along her route who wish to come - V Gallipolis, do their business, and re turn the same day. She has new ma chinery, And otherwise repaired, so as male fcer a safe and comfortable " boat. . e - ,. f Xgr Remember that CapL Gerard, A. Q. M. commences the sale of the Hospital Building! neit Tuesday, the 17th. This Is tho last chance to buy lumber. WJIr. J. M. Coffmak, living ft few mile below towii, -Is well sup p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 April 1866

[...] [...] Making Garden. aha' t season of tlie rear. hmkea h the spade, .... -ZesSj" partinerase , , -reuse consulted. and tne signs . . uY-i favor.-rorth with apron full 1 , iSiiocft MsJthotiesttoelait rear gax. ' " f iot oulinarv providence requires, r ""-' Xiie (U!p. ana uu.ua, jwv v -"-" The first operation making gar- ... tT . - r i 1 1 71n is. tne nreuarauuu ui Jto nvu. If any partioaof the ground is chafgedj with an excess 01 moisture, an euori to bring into a fnabieoanUiwoa and creat productiveness will be unsuc cessful, until the Boil is relieved of the surplus water. When the ground appropnated to a garden isuotim derdrained thoroughly-, thy making drains some thirty or forty feet apart, it will be found of great serviee to cut channels two feet deej?, between the plots Wjat may be separated by walks. - ' HOW TO SPADE A GARDEN. The best soil should always be kept on the surface, as far as practi cable, as the seeds need a mellow and rich bsd not My to hasten ger -'initia...

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 April 1866

: " : -GALLIPOLIS, OHIO APBIL 26, 1866. - ' .. . ' . .. ulS TERMS OF ADVERTISING. ' OneSquare 1 line or lew, one insert'n 1.00 . m m each tnbacqaeak - 8S ..A : , TEAELT ADTEETIsnrS. On Ooloma hiif Me qntly. ' 58.0 Thn qtULrtn of eolamn. " ' OBqumrtT - - " - 15 - , Trmnairait idrertlsenieBU most k PM for inUeinclTane. DiTore notice to be pn Mid without respect to penont. Obrtn . ry BOtieeo aot exceeding tea line, published ' free, orer thU An eents line. ' MarrUirx noiioet, nd deth inerd free of ebire, where the pertiee re. or hT beea - rwidentoof GallUeoanty. ... GEORGE MOUSE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. iOE THE "UTtCHASE SALE OF AOKI , CULTUEAi, ... ..v.Tnn v o T V I VY0 , JVlmKilAll lilh JbAaUO. ROBISSOJrS BUILDING, GALXIPOLIS, OKIG. - REFERENCES E DnrroMBB, Pre i dent lrt Kational Baok. J so A. Roareaow, Cbai. Oeiczxt, MachlS, 1866. K. 8. MoiAota. r JOES C VAIN DEN, NOTARY PUBLIC. ' OFFICE Anditor'a Office, Court House. OALLIPOLIS, OHIO. 'Maron 15,1866V 3m. a. aiTwaan, W.O ATWAEB. w. o. ...

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 April 1866

- - if f r r .? lees Government Bonds. f articlw upon this sub- ft fo: .: i notice i ifce tart that Demo- critic journ'ala sad poiiuti .u rafts of the country are attempting V manufacture political capital out W the fact, that the bonds issued by tha ceneral gorernment during the ,.T .r bv express enactment exempt "' from State taxation, And- in that " .rtirl. we conclusively showed, that ' inasmuch as this exemption from : taxation was secured by an erpress proviaion in the law of Congress auth6rizing their issue, therefore any .; attept on the part of the States to -T tax these bonds would be an open and direct violation of that article in i the Constitution of the United States which provides that no State shall pss any law "impairing the obliga i ' r nn tracts." - And that all ; wwu w those, who advocate uch taxation ire doing nothing more nor less than urging the people to violate ana aes- ( troy their own Constitution. r In the present article we propose to ro a step further a...

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 April 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. APRIL 2, 1866. New Advertisements. Gil&an t.EunL Diuolutia.. , .WCaflia Academy, Sumner. Jim. Juf JtxhMtion. - H m- Wright, no credit to Raekael Wright,- ,.,.-.- ' : AttaekmenL Clark i$: VTootan. ' ' f Charlet Mack, Raqt wanted. ' ' Fayword A Fuller, Wall. Paper. f. C AW, Groceries Sundries. Eater, Photograph t, de. . t Bayward Fuller, Wagon for tale. M. Kakn, 10 to 80 per cent below cott. A. Logue, Probate' Aceouvit. i Mr. Tomaeton' Torrenct, Millinery Geo. M. Ghee. Strayed Horte. p aUey didenour, War in Germany . RAIL-ROAD MEETING. There will be a meeting of the friends of the Gallipolis and Hamden Rail-road enterprise, at the Coart House, in .Gallipolis, on Saturday, April 28tk, 1866. at 11 o'clock A. M. AD friends of this movement, it is hoped, will be r present aa matters of importance will be presented for consideration. Gallipolis, Ohio, April 21st, 1866. . Remember the rail-road meet ing at the Coart House, next Satur day. Don't fail to attend. ...

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 April 1866

Farmers Department. How to Grow Faacuxs select ttfSlhSr west -ide of . WU,J pecially for earl "rtcUoa, or dry land; plow it deeply, then take yolr b-ees, low budded or se.aitr.gs, ftte latteVre best), and not more - ihan an incb. in diameter, and watt a aUarp knife, atonecut, as smoothly irSble, behead toe tree. 12 to 15 inches from the collar op surface line, as they stood in the nursery. Have ready a varnish of one-fourth pound of gum shellac dissolved in int of alcohol, and apply a coat- in? to the cut surface. Tbi is very necessary to prevent the exudation f mm and saD. which are needed riovelnne new buds. Set up sticks 2 feet apart each way, 200 tn the acre: die a hole at each, and not in A ncach stump. Fill in the nricinal soil nicely around the roots nAin?no water nor manure ) until the earth reaches an inch above its former mark on the tree; after which, If the land is poor, a little well-rotted compost may be spread upon the sruface around each tree. Proceed now to sow, bro...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1866

99.00 In Ad ranee. Volume .XXXTV GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, - ' MAT 17, 1866. Number 26. a TERES CF ASTSETISINa. OMSqan 1 lino rVeea.ono Inaort'a " bajent - t YEARLY ADVIBTISUrO. O Oolnnn sWsiigiaMr j lMly. Tares quarter of a eoinmn- $1.00 25 Se.6 14 '' Transient advertiaemeirta wrw be paid tor UiliHMiitlruM. Divoro notices to be -' ppsadwiUoat reer to per. Obitn ary notice ot erawdies; e hat, published free, aetr that fire-essta a tin. -. MarrW notioea, ud death iaeerd free ai . en, where the parties are. or ki e . Weident of Gailia county. .-. GEORGE 0I7SE.Y REAL ESXATfc BROKER FOR TiriE tffeCKASE A ULI OP asO'EI 4 CULTPeVALv- V - - 1 REFERENCE - E. fl aau President lit Rational Beak. Cat. Hnrcwa. - - J" A. Roanuoa, Caas OanixxT, S. 8. Mciaoxs. Uekl5,186. ' JOHIf CL-TASDE5,.' NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE AadiUir"! Office, Ooart Emua. 0AUJF0LI3, OHIO. Uarcb IS. 1866 3a. a fuueb; COl. THIRD A STATE STREETS, . GAU4P01IS,0HJ0. "TwEALEBS In Furniture. Piaooe, Crpa, .J MatUn(ra.Wall prei, UriadowCarUrB...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1866

G SlXiTO'JiS. I'll IT, 1866. . Itcitum, Esq., return- - ?d rIiaT)is tnpi tht ftust oa Tuesday evening, jf iwe sad but amontmts " conversation with Lim, tut sufficient to learn that there is no doubt of the 6peedj building of the Virginia roaJ to hTShio river. . .... , , "' A'' company comprised of prominent 'American and English capitalists have made aa offer for the charter and fran tusesrtnat Road. If they obtain them (and of which there is but JitUe doubt) they "will immediately send an agent to Europe to uegociate a loan sufficient to build the road; and propose to complete it to the Ohio Yiver within two rears. Mr. Jackson submitted to these gentlemen, and the Commission ra,ihe superior advantages of the con taction offered by our proposed Road, "with the Bail road system of the Great .West. They seemed to be awake to the importance of such a. connection but were not aware of the ease with which it could be obtained. . Consequently a 4eep interest was elicited in our under taki...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. - GALLIPOLIS. HAT 17, 1866. New Advertisements. Eailey A Magnet, Eorie and Cattle t Powder. Simeon Xath A Son, Attorney. J. E. Rickardion, Patent Soap. J. F. Spangler, Attachment. Litt Letter. L. Xetotom, Claim Agency. Board of Equalization. J. Q. Walker, Co Stroyed. New Advertisements. Notice. The Mite Society of the Episcopal Church, will meet At the residence of Mr. Raman Menager, thia (Thurs day) evevjg. Religious Notice. Rev. J. Chambers, of Pomerojr, will preach in the Baptist Church, on Sunday, the 20th inst , at the usual morning and evening hours. He will also address the Sabbath School. The pnblic are invited to attend. Gallipolis, May 16th, 1866. a. . 3f The Summer term of the Court of Common Pleas commences its a sion, in this place, next Monday. XyMrsteries of Bee-keeping ex plained; containing the result of thirty-five years experience, na directions for using the movable comb and box-hive, together with the most improved methods of propagating the Italia...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 May 1866

Farmer Department. Work for May. cw ..;, And beaattful flowyTs! the feathrted songsters t tie fcroves, like, some Tirtaou. P.ir'b,nK Wions draught; weddedlor bnUd tilftir-nMtai Uy ;ticlr eggs, v..i. .nj rear their loved ones. 'toeaiis of tort and delight pertade every sphere or ammawsu wac. "teoisil tbeAir,:aJiV.tb.e.err dpst beneath our feet seems springing nnto new lifeP Here brood cui mag little p1g -meets the eye, and w the innocent and beautiful lambs raw sporting about by the side; of their dams. Here the lowing kine with thlt?ek and teadet- alvw ap-, pear; and-there the dancing prancing, racing and playful colts, toj enliven the scene, fcuca to-ai when myriads,e-f animated beings be rin thmr short career. Farairvj and gardeners must laborj more hours during me twenty-iour,. than in any other month, because the flf cares and little duties have increased -The ground moat he pre pared for growing crops; trees ana vines must be transplanted,!-where this has not been doue; and All...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1866

n - 1 i ' ' ' 0 Wa. O. NASII, Proprietor. Volume XXXI. "Truth and Jasltiet." GALLIPOLIS, 4 OHIOrIAY 24, 1866. FQ 00 In Adfince. Number 27. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. Om-SqaarelS line or less, one insert's " " each subsequent fl.W TEARLT advertising One Colmna changeable quarterly. Three quarters of e column. ' . One half " " . ' One quarter $50.0 40.0- 880 15JU Trmnsient advertisements most be paid fat in sll esses in advance. Ibvoroe nouces to n. without resneet to persons. Obitu ary notices sot exceeding ten lines, published free, aver that fire cent s line. - , Msrrisse notie-s, and deathaineerd free ol whet the nerttet are. or nave oee residents of Osllis county. GEORGE HOUSE. REAL ESTATE BROKER FOR THE PURCHASE SA.LK OF AGRI CULIpRAL, MINERAL & OIL LANDS. ROBINSONS BUILDING, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. . REFERENCES E. DiLrroKBS. President lt National Bsnk. Cass. Htfocixo, Chas Cbeceet, Mach IS, 1866. Jxo A. Rosixsob, E. 8. Mebaoes, JOES C. rAXDEX, NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE Auditor's Office, C...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1866

GALLIPOLIS, MAT 24. 1866. The Rail Road. We print, in another column, an article from the Richmond Dupatck of the l4th, giving the gratifying intelli gence of the sale of the "right, inter ests and privileges." of the Covington and Ohio KaHroad.to a company in New Tort city. ".This is the company we referred to in our remarks last week, with the prominent members of which Mr. Jackson had n interview, and who, upon the presentation of the superior advantages of the Kanawha and Ham den route over any other with the great rail road system of the west, were so favorably impressed with the conncc - tion. .Indeed, so important and feasi ble did this route appear to them, over all others, that they hesitated not to jfive assurance that, if they got the 4 Virginia road, they would connect with urs via the Kanawha Valley. Thus the matter stands. The Cov ington and Ohio rail road is to be speed ily built, and we can have a connection with it if our people so choose. It will require, of course...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1866

CITY AFFAIES. GALLIPOLIS. BAT 84, I8C6 New Advertisements. W. B. Wood. Wool Carding Butcher, Shaw d Co , Potent Chun, Lather Eoyward & Fuller. Furniture Pol'uk BaHey db Ridenour, BooU. Shoes, dec , Steamer AUena May, in place of Fawn Steamer Faum, for tale or charter. S. J. Downing, Piano instruction Oeo. T. Bbadlry & Co., Lumber and Charcoal. W. . Culp, Coal 9 cer.U. 2f. P. Fenner, Corn wanted. Dented. Doet. Clancey. Dissolution. Parmley Small. John Dufour, Cow Stroyvd. Internal Revenue, time to hear appeals Gallia Fair Ground Co , meeting. . Hannah Jolly, Guardian Safe. W A buBinena niaii'a prayer meeting has been organized, by the members of the different churches in our city, and will beheld every morning at 8 o'clock, at the Presby terian Church. , Citizens and stran gers are invited to attend, even though the) may have to leare before the close of the services. jtyOur townsman, Mr. Alfred Hinkino, of the firm of Messrs. C. it A. IIenxixq, starts Tuesday next for Eu rop...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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