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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 May 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. BEET ROOT SUGAR. dent of the Country Genuemw, sts the following respecting icsjiulacturB f bcet roft "Dg TUinols: t iafi3 land was Dwchased. I fac- .4 AaV vw torv built ana oiner prepa made to manufacture the su the inn of Kenner urouiers. Ini spring of '63 one nunarea iiitL In the meanlimi res i The machinery was yet tobe import ed from Germany, with gold over two dollar. The fund ef the firm were no sufficient, and, as a conse quence, with meager appliances, only 8,000 pounds of sugar were manufae tured. The yield from the 100 acres of beets was ascertained- to average 10 tans per acre, and tie per centage of suffar was 11.4 per cent - The per centage actually obtained with the imperfect manufacture was 7 per cent - N Last September a wornpany was formed with ample capitav sod the Mg again resuuim. - yue Superintendent un -awchased 'sv. requisite machinery and y,l00 lb. seed. Six hundred acres of beets will be grown the coming season. We har...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1866

o .011111 WM. II. NASH, Proprietor. "Truth and fntire". $9 00 In Advance. Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MAY 31,' 1866. Number 28. Tip- Ijal po TERMS OF ADVEKTISINO. OneSqmuclSltBetorleu.onaioMrt'a $1.00 4 u - - each lobteqacnt 85 YEARLY ADVERTISING. One Ooloma changeable quarterly. Three quarters of a column. On half fc One quarter " $50.00 40JM' 88.0 ISA'1 Traneient advertisements mast be pud for in all ease in advance. Divorce notices to be pre paid without respect to persons. Obitu ary notioe not exceeding ten line, published frtr. over that Bye cent a Use. Marriae notice, and deaths ineard free of charge, where the parties are, or have bees residents of Gallia county. SIMEOSMSH&SO.X, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. -- . GALL1P0LI8, OHIO. I HATE associated my an Simeon Nash Jr , with me in the practice of law. He can always be found in the office, in my absence. All business entrusted to us will be promptly ittended to. Wills, Doed. tc, prep-eJ fur p-tie smEOS XASIL May 1...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1866

GALLIPOLIS. MAY 31. Seward's Auburn Speech. Secretary Seward has been making aTUitBsTorrfB hile there too occasion to address hisncigUbora aBdl rlenda atl-ngth on the political queeCons of the day. His spew was rattier stoUwtea.f the views f a!Hhe- various political parties and factions of tne day, than a decided expression of his own in dividual opinions npon the Issue now agitating the public mind., Yet -nrvr.frTi wis a&id to indicate a prefer ence for tlie-poli0? of the President Kthpr than that of Congress, rrom the drift of the Secretary's speech it wmiW Bocm that 811 the conditions hm would impose upon the Southern States, are simply the constitutional amendment abolishing slavery, as amendment dto portioning represen tation according to suffrage, and Out her should seed to Congress none aare" loyal representatives. Upon these conditions 'hi seems, willing to re-admit the lately rebellious State: into full fellowship in the Union.; I speaking of the Treedniea's Bureau Bill...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. MAT 31. 1S66. New Advertisements. Probate Account for SetdemenL John McCarley, Adm'r. Itaac Compi tom. Sr. Jacob Kami, Jun tazet. John C. Morgan, Adm'r.. T. B. J one. Wm. D. Wood. City Lot or tale. John C. Morgan, Sal of Real Ettate. C. D. Fillmore, Money Lotl. Notice. The mite society of the Episcopal church will meet at the residence of Doct. G. W. Litxsat, this (Thur day) evening. mam Notice. THE Rev. Bishop Rosecrsns. (Catholic) will be in Gallipolis, on Jan 4th, nd re main several days. Services will be held in to Catholic Church on'Gnpe street; every evening, at half past 7 o'clock. May 31, 1866. lw. t3T IIrs. Hakxah Jollt, living s short distance boloir town on the river road, had a horse stolen on Monday eight X?" We are glad to learn that the suit against the "Campaign Oil Co." for possession of the property upon which their well is situated, has been amicably arranged and settled, the claimants becoming part owners of the property. They can now pr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. Trichinae. ' Tkrlafwqii in the Ac3mj)f SoieAeWC fchiesge,' TJJ:ha'vVreesjm- mendett the foHo viv means .of . do- feme against the -sfsgea of tie tri Now thai tha existence of trichina; in oar pork has beea esUhlUbed be-P yond doubt, it will be proper ror at to poiat out JkH'iniow-nieiatjr de fence against its raysfes. First, with regard to the rearirs of bogir These animals undoubtedly become Infest ed through the eating of flesh of some kind." since ho trichinae,- nor eros of trichina, hare ever been found in anrre?etable fosaL -r .A strict atten, tion to the-'feedinjrof hogs,, and. Cheir confinement in pens where no animal food accessible,. Is -aa IhfaUibtel preventive against' trichinaeis in them. Such management, all the more necessary,' since European au thorities, agree that it is impossible to diagnose-the disease h the animal frem external aqJsaboe,i and no culpability can therefore attach to the fanner for selling hogs which prove to ...

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 June 1866

...... . V i :.!-V --: W.TI. II. NASH, Proprietor. Volume .XXXI. "IJtriith and Justice." GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 7, 1866. f 3 00 In Adrauce. Numbe SIMEOX XASH&SWi, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. ' , GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. I HAVE associated my son Simeon KasK Jr , with m in the practice of law. He ean always' be found in the office, in my absence. All Kjtineea entrusted to us will be promptly attended to. Will. Deed. o prepared tor parties. . - ' ', - .'. SIME0S SASH. -May 17, 1866. ly. . ' .-' GEORGE IlOl'SE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. TOR THE PURCHASE SALS OF A.6RI- CULTURAL, - . MINERAL & OIL LANDS. ROBINSONS BUILDING, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. REFEREXCES E. Drtrromr, President let National Bank. Cm. Hnnrais, Csas. lTOT, Mack IS. 18G6. J to A. Robbsc. E. S. Mouse. JOUIN C V AIN DEN, NOTARY PUBLIC. OFFICE Auditor' Office, Court . House. GALLIPOLIS. OHD. Mareh 15, 1SC6. 3m. ' a. HA TV A1P, w.c atwabd. ' w. e-rsLLaa. COX. THIRD & STATE STREETS, GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. DIALERS in Furniture. Pian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 June 1866

Death of General Scott. 0the29thofMy,trtPt' New Tort Lieutenant General Wu JS 2 depart d a whole nion now unite in hon oring him dd, wbo In We adorned and honored the nation. He was born at Petersburg, Virginia, June 13th. 1866, and was therefore at the the of his death withm a fortnight Weighty years of age. His parents fiiu-.nnied a very respectable position in society," and he was edncated at William and Mary College. In 1808 he received the appointment of Cap tain of artillery in the United States Army and was stationed at Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In 1S12 he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, and in July, 1814, he greatly distinguished himself in the battle of Chippewa and Lnndy's Lane. In the latter engagement he received a severe wound, and from the honora ble and important part he played in that battle, he received that title, so familiar to ns alL "the Hero of Lundy's Lsne." At tbe close of the war with England, he visited Europe, arriving in Paris soon after the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 June 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS JUXE 7, 1866. New Advertisements. Geo. W. Ray, Wife Advertised. A. B. Bristol, Sheep for Sale. Woolen Factory. Tax on Yam. A. Colored Doctor. Attnotpherie Churn Easier. W. II. Bryan. Lot for tale in Addison. Cation, Infringement Churn Dasher i Jacob. Eearvs, Lot for Sale. Wm. Waddell, Partition Sale. ' List Letter. Notice. The Mite Society of tbe'Presbr Urian Church will meet at the resi dence of Gen. La wis Nbwsom this (Thursday) evening. . m The Masonic fraternity of this section of the Slate propose to celebrate Sc. John's day, Jane 23d, at Pomeroy, by procession, oration and dinner. The brethren here are ar ranging to attend. The committee having the arrangements in charge consists of Messrs. John Lawson, James Brown and John C. Vanden. Brethren desirous of attending this celebration are requested to report to the above committee at an early day, that the accommodations may be such as to disappoint none who Wish to go. It is expected that they will take ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 June 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. Growing Melons. It i. often eicewdin.ty fflIf 1 ! ue crop of, superior meW. HKffi" V'ser. Tails ISteSf to obti., remunerating e And eyen those persons who J Hftd crops, sometimes fad to EES JSS .of . Urge Biza and P fflUr abundant to compensate ?Xe eSencurred in the cnltv tion of the crop. -R grtnm. tuuu w melons cannot be Jroduced successfnlly on heary soilf, fn which, thew U a Urge proportion fclaT Yet the experience of some Jmenis opposed to thUthe. Irr. Mr. J- Yanriper, of Ilackcn ck New- Jorteyroomwttnicateato the New Tork 2m his sjstem of eminratiy successful m.rafcUg large crops of choice melons, on-the heayy soils of New Jersey, which are com posed largely of clay while many fiwfo did not adopthl. system of management, failed to raise a. crop that was at all satisfactory. He pre fers stubble ground, which he plows deep, pulverising every part thor oughly, making the entire ground lio-kt and porous as possible. He plows in a liberal dre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1866

' - . . "if- -vol - m . Ij ....... . , . I . - M . - -r : 1 - I '.?.;.;. , . if- r .- V ., .-' . . :' - -- : , "":;-, ; . . ,;!'-":- , - . ... .-' ,. ... '- ' JJL -. ....... .. . . . . , .. - . :.. .... .... .. . . . . ' ' '! . :" - " '' - - Volume XXXI. ! ; : : . :.v- GALLIFOLIS, OHIO. JUKEVsi, 10667" SIMEOX SASH & SOX " ATTORNEYS AND CODKSEL- LOKS AT LAW. GALLIP0II3. OHIO. TUtTKuiwiaUJ dt ob Simeon Kiik X Jr. with me in the pmctiee of Uw, He ; , n. be found ia tit office, in T l . t aseene. , All biB plwt to m 'ill be promptly attended to. n uu, uetoit. c, prenend for nuliee. My 17,1866. ly. , OEORCE HOrSE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. JOE THK BURCHASTE A llAt? Of AGRI CULTURAL, MINERAL & OIL UPS. (jr,,' EOBIKSON'S BljTILDiyG, . CALLIPOLISi OHIO.; f. . -.RKFERESCE8 E. Dninm PreeideBt let Ibtitmal Bmk. C. Hjstixa. Jrro A. Bonuo, Ca. CmiiT, ; .K.3.Meao. . M:hl5. 1S66. i : r I T- I .aiTVAU), w.c aiTWAiB. w.o. roLti. l- OOt. THIRD A STATE CTREETS. "' : OAIXIPOLIS, OHIO. DEALERS inTarni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1866

GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 21, 1866. The Fenian Movement and the Neutrality Laws. Our government has folly vindicv ted the position it assumed in our . . - 1 . - if.. T MnL late controversy wiu me tuguau Government in relation to the Bailing m . 1 ft I 1 J Atlnw alAl nir&tes froml&elish ports daring the late rebellion.- Although the Fenian . raid upon our neighbors across me border offered ns a rare onportunity of repaying the English in their own com, yet uie aumiuiaw" ingtonheld fast to the principles we had before proclaimed, and by its - nromnt and energetic action in ar ' resting the leaders of the Fenian army, ana cnecKing me iranspuru- tion of arms and supplies towards Uie ' border, saved Canada from invasion and pillage. And this action of the administration 'all good citizens will approve. For the Government is not only bound to taKe wis action oy me nnrniTA laws oi international o v comity, which forbid one govern ment to allow its citizens or others to . organize war within...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. JUNE 21, IS66. New Advertisements. , P.B. Fawett, Petition for D.ivorct. H ' T&dm. B3L Bailer for Sale. ' 6'. db A. htnlcing, Buekteheat, Prvnet ' enrf Bacon. M n . . . ft- I- - " TTSo.' Foundry and iTactiine SAop ... J. Dunn, Xatioiml Hotel. Salt of Property of D. Fleteler De ceased. R. F. Stewart, Agent International In surance Co '. " r -lilt better." ; , . , Gold closed on Monday i5S. On Saturday it wu 159f at JtW The committee having charge of the arrangements, oh behalf of the craft here, for attending the ccl- for the excursion the flne steamer Gipsey. She will leave here at 5 - f'i --.l .it A- ir - npi..-,... e sionists who prefer it, will befurnisli ed with breakfast on, the boat" We are glad to learn that the brethren generally are preparing to attend thij celebration.' We heard of young lady equeXria equestrian being iurowa from her hcrse, in our streets, a few days since and seriously injured. We did not learn her name, or the eircum stances...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1866

Farmer Department. Farmer Department. Effect of the Turnip Crop on the Farmer Department. Effect of the Turnip Crop on the Soil. v.ntarz : It i somewhat ,f""-CmV sad dhftrent TreTkil ong 'farmer, in """ .Jtba effect of .cultivating T8iiH t Lorjg the 0Ungdlflera P! ... -.IT Among the different crops m are . .. 4hA iinprni crona umb uo raised there is persaps ..as tinm-a diversity of pinion "in : relation to the effeet of the turnip crop "as any one. JSittc I commenced raising turnips T liave frequently heard jit that the turnip wonld poisqn the land( that other cropa. would not do well atier it, and that after raising tea few years -the turnip itself would not d well on the same form on hiAh it hnil haen raised. Now i ' inr mi', experience I" ha ve provedj -' ivtt,k'e isiertions. as well as many . others, to be entirely without foun,-H dation, and I have bo aouDi was in most of the instances in which crops that succeeded a crop of turnips have . failed, the failure was to 'be attribu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1866

Wffl, H, , ASH, Proprietor. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 28, 1866. Number 32. W II Ill A. . . W Oi'l1"1"' r SIMEON SASH & SOS, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL - 'LOBS AT LAW." - ., ( GALLIPOLIS. OHIO: I HAVE aaiorieted my non 6imo Nash Jr rwith roe is the practice of lew. He ci) always be found in the ofBee, m mr beenee. All btwines. tnitd tow will be promptly attended to. Wills, Deede, e.. prepared tor psauee. gIMEON KA8H. Miif 17,1666. ly. aTiom HOUSE. : Corner of Third ani. Grape St refit. . ;" . GALLIPbLIS, OHIO. . THIS lieatnJ emodiooi Hou Wng been thoroughly renoTnt.-d.end refur mahed, i. now opea tor the cepUon ewniDodatk.il of the public under the charge JOHS-t)LXX,ite of the Remington " Home, Pome'oy, 0., Who front hit Ion? rpme U tie feel. surd that he will b Me toeatiafy the most faalidions. . ' W The State leaves thi Howe i darty for theR.ilro.d- " . . J.DLMt. Junei)!. 1P6G. . C1F.ORG E IIOl'SE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. FOR THE PURCHASE 4 SALE OF AGRI CULTURAL, MINERAL & OIL LANDS. R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1866

Gallipolis Journal. Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 28, 1866. A Question for the Fenians. Nor that the grand invasion of Canada bj the -armies of Ireland" is, vanished away in smoke, and all is again quiet upon the border, one innulrv naturally arises, and that is, whatnaseOTme-jSttheTast sums tf money, which' mihusiastte ;trishinen everywhere throughout the country have cOntnDuwq ipe -W riuerpribe. Whew-are - the tads? - Instead of sbusing the government for perform- ing its .oovious ".j, Fenians would show their gootl sense; by first calling their own leaders to a strict' account ' for the manner in which they hare J used the .means placed in their . hands for the libera tion of Ireland. '.For months they havebeenpoung their money freely intrt the Tenian treasury, until there into the "Fenian treasury, until there should have been a million or two there, in addition to what has been foolishly spent in keeping up mag nificent headquarters for the so-caTled Irish Republic,. in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JUNE 28, 1866. New Advertisements. ' Juhn P. Booram, drottned. IT, S. Jenltnp, Administrator. ; t Mi rt frtai. Singer's Semap Mack. Dr. 0, W. Clattcey, DeutUtry. To Bridge Builder. Lint Letters. ' Attention! Friends of the Rail Road. You art requested to pay during.) ibis week to Geo. W.Ma-cksoic, f-aq., Treasurer, fifleea per cent of the amount subscribed for the purpose or defraying the expenses of survey of railroad. WM. NASH. GEO. W. JACKSON. GEO. W. JACKSON. Com't of Gallia co June 28, 1866. The Rail Road. The preliminary work upon the rail-road has commenced. Mr. " Graves, the Surveyor, entered upon his duties last Monday: He arrived here last Thursday evening, and spent Friday and Saturday in riding over the proposed route from here to Porter, and thence to Pomeroy. ! He finds the Pomeroy route a good and cheap one. Oar citizens have responded lib erally and almost universally to the call for funds to prosecute the sur vey. Mr. Jackson, with his accu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. The Weeds—How to Dispose of Farmers Department. The Weeds—How to Dispose of them. The thorough S nppears. bove the soU be fo" it is rooted aBdestyed.t Bat, unfortunately, there are some who are not so vigileirt. -.o flnnrish. and deprive tlie WUS V - 7 - useful Vegetable of the best part the nourishment wmcn w"""" nitain. And in such caacs, as satums - approacheNrinstead-: clean beds of Vegetables that delight the eyes of the housewue, we see nsrfM innHe of rassv dock-weel .i nthpr neari.' an unendurable r,i.rm tn the Drndent husbandman, Nnw. pood reader, 'if this lie the nnhannv nlifrht of vour own garden it is time to change yotir tactics; and . thoucrh it be late -in the season, you can becin now. You need not wait natil another spring before rou begin the work of improTement-"T sure, you cannot prevent tue growin of these Dests. that may already have taken place, but you may prevent their ripening seecj .i.or anower crop; and, moreover you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 July 1866

ijraiirpoiiiir .liTllT Proprietor. ZZ" "fJ jz t a t T TT1-VT TOl rtTTTA TTTT TT tf 4 O rt ' - . . .a ., . . . TT.1 V V VT V Ui-tLJJUC; V-"-"-' MM.MMMMMw,wMeMMwe.wewewewsweewewww. GALUPOUS1, OHIO, JULY 5, 1866. V SIMEON -NASH & SOS. ATTORNEYS AKD COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. cai.lipolis. onio. T HAVE aviated o.y son Simeon StA 1 Jr. with me in the practice of law- Ha .a alwav. be ftmo.l in the offi. absence. "All burines. BS-i iwi! I I promptly U.n.va to. W ill.. t'd. .. Vrrparei for r.ti. glME0S XASH. Hoy 17, 1866. ly- . JlftTtOMt HOUSE. . Corner of Third and Grapt StrttU. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and mm??hl b-.n thoroughly 0Tr4 Buhed. i tow open tor the rewpt.on d h ommodationof thepulho ncd.fthe therg i,ti, PotMrcy, 0., TTTio from hie lorg rrienin the tn"? feels Minred that U. will be abi. to satisfy the mot fastidious. . tr theKailrosd. J.DCKN. Jur.e21.16GC. . GEOUGK UOISE. REAL ESTATE BROKER. TOE TEE PURCHASE SALE OT AOKI CULTURAL. MINERAL & OIL LANDS. ROBISSON'S BUILDING, GA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 July 1866

TUESDAY EVENING, July 3. issne the Journal this week in advance of our regular publtion day, that our.typetters holiday tp-morrVff, the 4th. . The Issue in Ohio. The two political parties of the State, the Union and the Democratic, hare' held their conventions, nomi nated their candidates, announced the platforms of principles . npon which they stana, ana arc now ire- fore the people for tnai upon we: - . Iif iutt embodied in tnose ptatioran. So citizen oi wiu w uninterested spewwr f- il contest npon which we are just entering. It is no ordinary contest and the Tissues invoked" in it, and which, "the voters of this State we now called upon- to decide, are no oramarv .- : f ti,. fitnpSk of narticular qnestionof me titoess.or candidates for office; nor u u nar- rowed down to any mere qnestidn of State policy and State politics; it is far broader in iU scope. In a word is JtViMMfm 1W cnaracwrr, tnTOi-? iho -ill.hin(7 and interests of the .. . - - o whole country. In this eontest the pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 July 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS JULY 5. IM. New Advertisements. C. de A. Eenl'mg, Fir ttorhs. and Prp, .. - j : ; v t j . ?o. IF. Jacl ton, Agent Mutual Lift Insurance Co. Quarterly Report Xational Bank. . John T. Williams, Administrator. Hayteard tt FulUr; Wall Papers. Cliarlss A'ael, Rags, ttautei. Lift Letters. Union Congressional Convention. The Union men of -the several counties composing the Eleventh Congressional District, are requested i to send delegates to the Nominating : Convention to lie held at the Court- j house in the eitv of Portsmouth, on '. V..,n.,J. Ant SUA. j, , ,;. . at 1 1 O'clock A.M. & 1 V I UUU V a 1 a,3vvuava ! one delegate for every two hundred , votes cast for Gov. Cor, and one for ; each additional fraction Of one hun-. dred or upwards, giving GaUia 10; Scioto 9; Vinton C, Adams 10; Law rence ; Jackon . The loyal, Union-loving men of all j former parties, are earnestly invited ; to participate in the primary, meet- logs and the convention. The faith ana ho...

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