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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 July 1866

Farmers Department. The Grind Stone. Therinawnei ta' i ind to f4rmer,.eo l!!rtuzliae efficiency is " hTecutiSg M farming 'lione t warble like . wron wheel, and is fall of arnu.j s v . j0K not huijX re true on the periphery, true n vuc irci-i" -iWwl Ehnw von where you may nna nciteiy old wagTKxS Ij tnMP Jtl together 1n(rH alia vwi.b, , WIW ;- . .. , 1 A ditdon, simply tor of ..Wod grind stone. If the irnnd stone be i poor one very hard or fall of hard spots better make fence block, or something else of it, than to ew Attempt, to , grind even broad hoc, or meat axe on it. A poor grind ne i an unprofitable piece of property, as every good known too well, as such . .tinrtlv rYinfiuuie aATiriQee " " . .. .. . , caaarv amount of valuable lime, iiiuy eanitalcnttoUi4Talue.oraHritrate atana. Besides all Uififie considers tiona, it is utterly impracticable put tools in ROod ger stone ra a baaconainotr. If the atone doea not rim true tha DeriDherr "unhan"" and prepare .aubalanU el journal, hat...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 July 1866

ipeliB - " JC - -v , ,'J ' . Si TO n. AA8n, Proprietor. TTIhtm A V V YT UIUUIU fc a .. sawwsaw awwwwwwwwwaww "Troth and .YHflt.ee." GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 19, 1866.- f$9 60 In Adrance. Number 35. SIMEON i ash & sox ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. . GATXIP0LT3. OBIO. TRirT.uii;iU mv son Simeon Kash 1 Jr. with me in the practice of lw. H can always be round la the office, i my absence. AH business entrusted to as will be promptly attended to. Will, Deeds. Ac, prepared for paitir. ' 1 SIMEON If ASH May 17, 18G6. ly. : . cuFoun house; FT ST., NEAR STEAMBOAT LAKDI&'O. I HATE takeBthis new nd commotion House, and have it fitted up end furnished is stile surpassed by Done in the eountry, arrangement for filing persons "'S01 to Persons stopping hers will bessiisfsotorily J eqniBMlAted. llorsesaua uuggya w to-y point. .: '-T.'-f ' -Uarnett Hons is closed. - JAS-E.-TJCHARDSOS. July 12,1506. Proorietor. Comer of Third and Crept Slreei. "j GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. ; TIT1S neat and commodiou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 July 1866

Gallipolis Journal. Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, JULY 19, 1866. Union County Convention. The Union men ef Galli County are requested to meet in mass Con vention at the Court House, in Gal- lipOllSrOJU. . Saturday, July 28th, at 1 mVilnrk P. M. for the nurrjose Of selecting delegates to represent said county in tne congressional tonven " tion to be held at Portsmouth, Aug. fith. Delegates will also be selected to -..attend the Judicial Convention, time and place of which hereafter to be fixed, and to do such business as mar be thought best and necessary to gire success to the great canse of lOuntry ana union. By order Central Committee. WM. NASH, Char. July 5, 1866. The Political Aspect. It is becoming more and more evi dent every day, that a great effort is to be made this Fall in those States where elections are to be held for members of Congress, to defeat the nominees of the Union party, and, if possible, to secure in the next Con gress a majority ostensibly in favor f the so-...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 July 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, JULY 19, 1866. New Advertisements. S. B. 'athburn,' Prjoal$Jo JBtfd School Hmtt. . 1 tna Insurance Co., and Portland fire. J. M. Vanden, Home for Salt or Rent. Ewityton Academy. Ir. D. .S. V.. Tantandt, Farm for Sale. John Bryan, Mart tnlen vp. C. A. ffenh'ny, Sorokum, ffulilut at Meat. '.- . J. Lylt, Pclitwn for Divorce. Likt Letters. ":' ,' MW A two horse team played smash, with the wagon to which it Was attached io our streets,' a few 1ays since, the owner having ; Jeft thers unhitched, Similar accidents are occcrring almost every week, and yet people will neglect to hitch their teams they seem to forget that horses are running- animals when loose. X"We came very near havin g an extensive Ore in our city last Thurs day evening. One f the large chandeliers in Aleshire's Hall fell, scattering its inflammable material over the floor, which, igniting, seemed for a moment to threaten the destruc -tion of the building. But happily it was soon extinguished, wit...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 July 1866

Farmers Department. Road Making. A respected corresponat of ft Obsener hia sent n .ttoltf oa pak taSSShvitt -cobble stones. e think. tbAt eobbfo tonev UP SP. road anlasa o6th iftavemcnt 49 fonue4 with themarea Texiri nui sue, in not, pingle pne IiotSW evtfr be employed to fill np rut and hole. .Gravel , i far better.,, We giyewliatbe lias penned ith regard, to the manner of plowing and scrap ing; but for the sake of horse, wheels, undthosiwho liklo-rWc on & smooth track, let ua keep out the cobble stone. ' If the ground is wet, cut dceo ditches on one or on both sides of the carriage track, and put the Btones in the ditches. Theft there will be little diBicnlty in keeping the track, smooth v. Our correspondent writes:-.! .. i ; ' .tv. '. . "Br suitable management,- the labor oC road making can bo greatly expedited. In plowmg, it is a good plan to make .long, furrows, and as straight as possible; it Uie toad be straight If plowing is done only on one side of the road, i Very conv...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 July 1866

Journal; Wl. n. XAS1T, Proprifr "Truth and Justice." 89 00 Iu Adrance. GALUPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 26, 1866. Number 36. TT-1.. WVT tL, ' v um imp a - , V- SIME0X3ASH&S0V ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. IH AYE associated my son Simeon Nash Jr , with me in the praeties of U. He een elweys b found in the office, in my absence. All business entrusted to us will be promptly attended to. Will, Deeds, te.. prepared1 for prtfca. ' May 17.1PG6 ly. OUMIB HOUSE, FT ST.. KEAR STEAMBOAT LAUDING. I HAVE taken this new eed eommodonj Houe. and have it fitted op and furnisnea in a stile surpsseed by none in the "o"'"?' "errangementforealling persons at night to f Per."topping here will besaUsfsetorily eoramodatd. Horses and boggy furnish ed to anv point. Oaroett House n eloeed. JAS. E. RICHARDSON, July 12. 106. Proprietor. N&TlONAt HOUSE Corner of Tldrd and Grayt Streets. niiTTPmis nnm. ITUnS neat and commodious House having I i .t,,nohlir renovat.-Nl ana reiur nished. i. now ...

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 July 1866

gallipolis .JranoLl Gallipolis, July 26, 1866. Attorney General Speed—The Philadelphia Convention—The duty of Union Men. Th late Attorney-General, James SnPed. bn just "written a very able ' and Interesting letter, in reply to one from the Hon. J. E. Doolittle, calling - noon liim for an expression of his opinion touching tne proposed rim adelpbia Convention. Mr. Jspeea, in ' a frank, plain" manner, gives Mr. Doolittle and his friends to under stand that he does not and cannot ' approve of that movement, and will not lend it his name or influence. I The whole letter is full of sound, practical truths, which well merit the attention and careful consideration of every loyal man in the country. He declares that he docs not recog- niie the gentlemen who have made this call, as the acknowledged organs of the great Union party of the coun try. That that parly Is still in being. with its organization intact, and its r rans known; and as that party, by it faith and devotion, saved the union...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 July 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. OA LUPOUS. JULY 86, lW.'i. New Advertisements. Pi?. Brnnh'T. Pl.inn and MSodeoM. JOUmi I'h'i crs ! ;.fo!l awf winter term. Cineln-utli La'r School, farm for inff''' C. y. PuImrsfrnuHm"Ckt.ter wkile Wkaleji jf Davit, dtntittt ', . . AndentnH.Stal, Farm for tale ' ' . H 7. JfW, petition far pardon. -V. . O.- Waller, Gold and SUfer Platinff. yewtom, Increase of Ptntumt, ana three month pan proper. , . Hawmrti & Fuller insurant Agency. John Williams, Xotory Public and -B. F. Ettep. Umirr!la Reri'rmg J A. Hobimon. Wanted i Platter . Pant.' . - , Union County Convention. i The Union men ef Gallia County are requested to meet in mass Con vention at the Court House, in Gal , lipolis, on Saturday, July 28th, at 1'oVlock P- M.' for tlte purpose of selecting (IclcgatesAo represent said countj in tip Confreasional Conven tion to be lld at Portsmouth, Aug. . 8th. Delegates will also be selected to attend the Judicial Convention, time and place or whicn nereaiter to be fixed, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 July 1866

Farmers Department. Leaks in the Household. sBouMbeid Encyclopedic. - throws ..Tr. f the small leaks in ;,e.1i A.irnos: First'tO show the w hr wives bave&rouin f rireof little detaift to look ifter generally far from items that oecnr in- man business pursuns, nd second, to perhaps m some cases to indicate liouseuoiu -Meuwi thatUieT may not have thought of . .-; . - -. ripfrire." . -.".Much fwaste is experienced in the boiling, etc of meats. Unless watehed, the cook will throw out the waterwithoutlettingitcool to take Off the fat, or scraps the dripping pan into the swill pail. The greese is OBemi in many w;... v- Inrned in lamps mlied with lard, or, when no pork has been boiled with it, maae into cuu,c. . i -- baa been boiled alone, it will do fry cakes, if cleansed. . Again, bite of meat are thrown out; which would . make hashed -meai or uau. - flour is sifted' 1n a wasteful manner, or toe breaapan ieiw wicu tiVkinr to it Pie crust is left and laid by to sour, instead of making...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 August 1866

WJI. II. XASH, Proprietor. "Truth and J notice. S3 00 In Advance. Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 2, 1866. Number 37. SIMEON SASH & S07 ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. I HATE associated my aon Simeon Naah Jr. with me in the practiee of law. He can always be found in the office, in my lUnee. All business entrusted to os will be promptly attended to. Will, Deeds, ., pJfcrpttta. gjjjgojf Jf ASH. May 17,1866. ly. Ottf 0U& HOUSE, PT ST., NEAR STEAMBOAT LANDING. I HAVE taken tliie new ..J eonimodoo. House, and hare it fitted np and furnished in a .tile surpassed by none tn the country, arrangement Cor calling persons at night to gO OB bOstfL - Persons .topping here wil-beeaUafaetoolj aeeommodatod. Horaea and bnggya furniah ed to anv point. , - : Ganiett House is closed. . JAS. E. BICHARDS01T, July 13. 1866. Proprietor. mwmi mm. Comer of Third and Grape Streets. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious Honae having been thoroughly renovat-d and refur ni...

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

GALLIPOLIS, AUGUST 2.66. Union County Convention. A Convention of the Union party of Gallia County, will be h-sld at the Court House, in GalUrlifl, on Saturday, Aug. 2i), LSWJ- and organize at 11 o'clock. A. M. for the purpose of nominating candi dates lor the following offices, to be filled by election, on the flth day of October next, to-wit One Auditor, one Probate Judge, one Recorder, one Commissioner and one Infirmary Director. Each Township will De represented bv one delegate for every 25 voters for Gov. Cox, in 1865 (excluding all fractions) which gives to the several townships the following representa tion to-wit: Ohio 2 Green 5 Morgan 3 Springfield 4 Harrison 5 Walnut 5 Clay 4 Perry 5 Gallipolis ' 14 Kaccoon 6 Addison 4 Huntington 6 Cheshire .' 7 Greenfield 2 Gnyan . 4 It is recommended that the Union roteri of the County meet at their respective places of holding election in their different townships on Saturday, Avg. ISrt, 1866. at 4 o'clock P. M. and select their jn- n- ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 August 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. AUGUST S, 1866. New Advertisements. 'Blazer ' Dale, Dissolution. " Morrison tt Dale, Xe Firm. Cheshire Academy. C. C. Weihert, Sand and Gravel. W. II. McCormiel,Jor Ike Spring. List Letters. . - . L. M. Bemnn, Chiim. Agertt . -V. P. Fepner, Closing out. D. C. Watts, Farm for Safe. James Preston, Stray Bull. R. Black. Administrator. J- A. Robinson, Flax Seed wanted. Marietta College. ' Ohio Female College. National In aura net Company. i j Notice. THE Gallia Association of Universalista a-ill IiaI.4 it. nir M.ir.n at. Vlnlr.n fwanllia. i 1 J A -4- ' lHth and 19ih. Services to commence at 11 An and lath. S;-rTicef to eomaieoce u 11 1 .M.Saturday. j Uiaistera cxpectd are Rera. H. E. Ny, of 1., H.F. Miller, of lnd. and J. S. Cantwcll. A. M. Saturday. i 111 -- R. BREARE. R. BREARE. August 2, 1866. Notice. Rey. H. F. Miller, Financial Asenl of the Northweatern Conference of Unireraaliet. will preach in Christ Church. Oalhpolia.Sun lav, Au?ut ISth. anJpreainl thee...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 August 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. A Journey from the Praries to Farmers Department. A Journey from the Praries to the Atlantic—Cotton, Fruit and Grain—Half a Crop of Wheat. Wheat. [Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune.] DONGOLA, Union Co.,II., July 3,1866 I travelled from the praries to the Atlantic. I mt among the lakes, r, -f.fc noon tho read, and, stopping at many places, can tell yon about orchards and meadows, and next years bread. RiT North for a hundred miles, I passed cotton fields and large J Th rriird9. The season has bean backward, but there is a good stand of cotton. There are many Uree fields. . One man, 60 miles north of Cairo, has 500 , acres; the nmmwt is favorable. Although there was a promise of a fine peach crop, the young fruit blasted, and tv,orA ran be but few peaches. In ran. localities the trees are loaded Pears have failed, but apples are abnndent At this date the Carolina June is ripe; the Yellow Harvest is coming on, and the Astrachan is beautifully r...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1866

t r - ID Oil duriial" Wa. n. XASn, Proprietor. "Troth and .Justice." OO Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS OHIO, AUGUST 9, 1866. IS3 : . ITuirLber 38. SIMEOMSH&SO ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. I HAVE aasocisted my son Simeon Xash Jr. with me in thepraetioa of lw. H can always be found in lit office, in my absence. All business entrusted to u will be promptly attended to. Willi, Deeds. Ac, prepared patties. - ' SIMEOJT 5A3H. May I7,18G6. ly. DUFQU& HOUSE, FT ST., KEAR STEAMBOAT LA5DIKG. I HAVE taken tbia new aid eommodoo. Eone. and hare it fitted p and furnished in a stile surpassed by none in the country, arrangement for flailing persona at night to go on boat. . ., Fenon topping hers wilj be aatiafaotonly aceommodaUd. Horses and b&ggys furnish d to any point. Garnett Home la dosed. JAS. E. RICHARDS05, Jnly 19, 1866. Proprietor. mWHM HOUSE Corner of Third and Grape Strut. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious House baring been thoroughly rcnovat-d and re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1866

OALnrOLI8.ATJGCST 9,1886. Union County Convention. A Convention of the Union party of Gallia Connty, will be held at the Court House, in Gallipolis on Saturday, Aug. 25, 1866. and organize at 11 o'clock A. M. for of nominating candi dates for the following: offices, u be filled by election on the 9Ui day of October next to-wiu UUCAUUIVUltvuv - - ene Recorder, one Commissioner and one Infirmary Director. Each Township will be represented by one delegate for every 25 voters for Gov. Cox, in 1865 (excluding all fractions) which give to the several townships the following representa tion to-wic Ohio Morgan Harrison Clay Callipolis Addison Cheshire 2 Green 3 Springfield a Walnut 5 Perry 14 Raccoon 4 Huntington 7 Greenfield - Guyan 4 it ia recommended that the Union voters of the County meet at their respective places of holding elections in their different townships on Saturday, Aug. 1M, 18G8 at 4 o'clock P. M. and select their delegates to the said County Con vention. All Union men all ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. " -GALLIPOLIS. AUGUST 9, l6. New Advertisements. 2orrison ' ZWf, City Grocery and Sundrit. ' -'...,. iroy ef Davit, Teeth extracted ttith out pain. ' Leva Sevton, fi ee dollart f ir prosecut . in claims for bounty.- ' Lout, chain andbreait pin. Result of Propotah for School Hovte. Wnt. S. Scott. SaUofHortrt, de. John Morgan, M. D. . - , ; Jetse InaeJt, AdninUlatort Sale. U. S. Tax. , Ji. F. Stewart, Inturance. " Lut Letter. , . Notice. 'THE Gallia Association of Univernalists will hold iu next session t Vinton, Gallia county, on Saturday and Sunday. August 16th and 19th. Seme to commence at 11 A. M. Saturday. Ministers expected are Revs. H. R.Nye, of 111.. H.F. Miller, of Ind. and 1. S. CantweU, of Cincinnati. R. BREARE. R. BREARE. August 2, 1866. Notice. Rey. H. F. Miller. Financial Agent of the Northwestern Conference of Universaliata, vill preach in Christ Church, Galiipolif. Sun day, August 13th, and present the claims of Lombard and the Kisaloa eauae. Aug. 2, R. B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1866

Farmers Department. We Must Farm it Better. 1 There w mnch bad "S11' men" among farmers-too much ag-- .Sture that of s Bon-payim., -retrogressive, elip-8hod character. On many farms tlie entire manage ment is fanl- IV'hea wc P"8 ' through the country, the first thought is, in many place, that the l&nd is poor, and the next is, that bad cul tivation makes it look less produc tive. The rule is, in most parts of the country, poor land, bad cultiva tion, and injudicious management, ,..;,elt xrp tnpet with the RUUC w.4civm"J . - eruption good farm well tilled, where every branch of business . i.n.inniAnialr Tiimfrros- ;-ni- snd in a "Davins" manner. Let the thought be repeated: We out farm better. There is too large a portion of our cultivatable fields that are excessively wet, and often the standing water flows along sev era! inches deep forwardof the tarn Ing farrow slices when the land is being plowed. Such soils cannot be roterlr prepared for a crop of any kind until well underd ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 August 1866

o 11 u rnai 01 Of WM. II. iasii, Proprietor'. Volume XXXI. "Truth and - JT.h r t i r r . " GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 16, 1866. f9 60 In Advance. Number 39 SDIEOSSASH&SO.N, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. I HAVE aeitcJ my son Simeon Nash Jr , irith me in the practice of law. Me tan always be found in the office, in my absence. All business entrusted to us will be promptly attended to. W ills. Deeds, c, prepared forties. gg,,. May 17,1866. ly. - DWQUa' HOUSE" FT ST.. 1TEAR STEAMBOAT LAXDIXO. I HAVE take tliis new and eommodous House, and have it fitted up and furnished in a stile surpassed by none in the country, arrangement for calling persons at night to go on boats. . . Persons atoppine here will be satisfactorily oeommodatJL Horse and buggy funuab ed to any point, " Grnett House is closed. J AS. E. RICHARDSOff, July 12, 1866. . ProDtietor, NaTtOAt HOUSE Corner of Third and Grapt Streets. GALLIPOLIS, OniO. THIS neat and commodious Rouse having been thoronphl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 August 1866

Gallipolis Journal. Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, AUGUST 16, 1866. Union County Convention. A CnnTention of the Union party of g County, will be held at toe CoSfHotaGallipohscn sfi,rdau. Avg. 2o, 1856. Md organize at 11 otlock A. M. for " of nominating candi- f ih following offices, to be filled by election on the 9th day of October next to-w it One Auditor, one Probate Judge, oneBeeorder, one Commissioner and one lnnrmary Director. Each Township will be represented by one delegate for every 25 voters for Gov. Cox, in 186o (excluding all fractions) which gives to the several townships the following representa tion to-wit Ohio Morgan Harrison Clay Gallipolis Addison Cheshire 2 Green 3 Springfield 5 Walnut f Perry 14 Raccoon 4 Huntington 7 Greenfield 2 4 Gnyan (led that the Union voters of the County meet at their respective places of holding elections in their different townships on Saturday, Aug. 18,, 1G at 4 o'clock P. M. and select their delegates to the said County Con vention....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 August 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, AUGUST 16, 1866. New Advertisements. Ji. Black, Administrators Sale. J no. A. RMnson, Sugar, Coffee, e. Devon Co. Millinery Goods. Jho. Bryan, Mare taien vp. Bill - Klinn, Buckeye Foundry. List Letters'. . V IW Remember the primary meet ings next Saturday. Let there be a full attendance. 3TWe bare the sad announce ment, by telegraph, that Mr. W. C. Akdrevts. of the firm of Messrs. R. Aleshire & Co. Millers of this city, died of rhnlera. in St. Louis, last Sunday. He had gone west to buy wheat, having left home last Satur day week. He was taken with the dispnuft on Saturday morning, and died Sunday at 11 o'clock A. M. He was in the hands of friends there, and every care and attention possible was bet-towed npon him, but all to no avail. He was one of our active, enterprising business men, as well as an estee'hied citizen. His family have the sympathy of our entire community. s Millinery Goods. We direct the attention of cur readers to the ad vertisement ...

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