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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1866

-yA " -- -. - " r" o "v ox a-. .r.:r-" Phil L'JL VOf. H. A ASH, Proprietor. "Truth andvJntif ." jtrj GO In Advance. Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIOiAUG-UST 23, 1866. Number - 40 SIMEOSSASH&SO:', ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. -- GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THAVE associated my n 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 attended to. Wills, Deed. le., prepared" for p-ties. ym. May 17,1866. Iy. r-- . DUFOUR HOUSE, FT 8T., NEAR STEAMBOAT LANDING. I HAVE takea this new and eoromodous House, and hare it fitted up and furnished in a stile surpassed by none in the country, arrangement for calling persona at night to go on boats. '- . Persons stopping h will be satisfactorily aoeomtnodaUd. HoraertoU boggy Juronh: ed to any point. - ' Oarnett House is closed. - -"M " JA8. E. RICHARDSON. July 19, 16. . JProDfietor. NATIONAL HOUSE. Corner of Third and Grape Streets. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS seat ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1866

Union County Convention. a fWention of the Union party Jurt House, in GaUipoh. on , Saturday, Aug. '2o, 1866. Md ornize at 11 o'clock A. 1L for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the following offices, to be filled by election on the 9th day of October next w-wn. One Auditor, one Probate Judge, one Becorder, one Commissioner and one Infirmary Director. National Debt—Taxation—Democratic Falsehoods. That our country is at present burdened with a Tast national debt, and that the people must for many Tears be subjected to heavy taxation to meet the payments of interest and principal of that debt as they accrue, are facts which no one can or would deny. It is the price we pay for the preservation of our government and our liberties, a price which neither we nor our children after us will ever consider too; dear. But while all this is true, we do empnaucauy denounce as false and criminal Uiei charge so freely made by theDcmoc racy of the North, that the respon sibility of that debt...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. AUGUST 23." 18G6V New Advertisements. Geo. Houte, Lot for tale. R. ElacJt, Adminittralor. J. QiUttpie. Coal. U. S. Taxt. , Wlalry J)atU, Dtniittl. liatfty A Hayvord, Cholera mediant. Magic Oil. Lilt Lttltrt. : C. Chtringtan, Administrator Sale. . Notice. - .The Mite Society of the M. E. Church will meet at the residence of Mr. L. P. Magiit, next Wednesday evening, Au. 29lh. Friends re in vitedto attend. Rail Road Matters. It will be remembered that, in My last, negotiations were had in rew ork- looking to an early building of the Covington and Ohio Rail Bond. The company, then proposing to do tho work,' asked for an option of ninety days before completing the cootrac, whioli was granted them by the Commissioners representing the States of Virginia and West Virgin la. The ninety days Lire now ex pired, and we are permitted to state that the company, in answer to a telegram from the Hon. G. W. Sum mers, of Kanawha, on .Monday last, replied that "the contract ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1866

Farmers Department. Treatment of Horses. Mm valuable borsea we yearly spoiled, or nearly eo. by the improp er management of these having them fa charge. . Careless or ill-tempered eroomiTdo much mischief, to horses. The first do their work In a slovenly manne. while the last, though thor ough eneugh as regards labor, -perform their operation ia so rough a ' manner as to excite the animal to re sistance, renderiu? Lira suspicions and intractable. The first thing to be done, in taking in hand a strange . Iiorse, is to come to a pleasant un derstanding with him. Onapproacb animal for the first time. If - ef the right stamp, the horse will ex tbn nartv makiag his acquain- ..,.. with orat intonlness. The scrutiny should be mutual eye meet . .toaHilr. and. on the part of the groom, pleasantly. If the result of the examination on the part of the Iiorse be favorable, a ecp ana long drawn respiration will succeed, fol 1aw tw a. return to the food odod which he bad been solacing himself when ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1866

! ! If Journal po WS. H. NASH, Proprietor. "Truth an d " Jim t ice. " r-Jtrrrr r. f2 oo in Advance. Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, 'AUGUST 30, 1866. Number 41. SIMEON K ASH &S0', ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. : . GALL1P0LI8. OHIO. I HAVE associated my too Simeon 5nsh Jr , with me in tk practice of Uw. Ha can tlnji b found in tb office, in nj absence. AU traeineM eotrosted to a Till be promptly attended to. Will., Deed, Ac, prepared, for panics. Hay 1T.1866. ly. SIMEOK NASH. OUFOUB H0USHt i K a. 1 t f- i 'i . 'i FT ST., KEa'r STEAMBOAT LAiTMSO. I HAVE takes tbi. ww and so m modems House, and hare it fitted ap and furniabsd in a atile surpassed by none in the eon .try, arrangement for calling persons a night lo - go on boats. Parson (topping here will be satisfactorily eeomraodaWd. Horses and buggjt furnish -ed to any point. ' Oimtt Him ta elosed. .' - .; J A3. E. BICHAEDS05. . Jalyia.1666. Praerietar.- mwmi HOUSED Corner tf Third and Graf Strut. GALLIPOLIS, OHI0C THIS aeat an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1866

Gallipolis Journal. GALLTPOLIS. AtTGlTST 30, 1866. Negro Suffrage. We again feel called upon to no tice the false issues raised by our Democratic friends before the peo ple. In Kentucky, where public sen timent was such as to admit of the einenment, they boldly and square ly met the true and only issue now before the American people, the great question whether rebels or loval men shall control the adminis tration of the Government. And npon that issue they carried the State of Kentacky by a large and over whelming majority, aided and rein forced as they were by the votes of thousands of returned confederate oAicers and soldiers. And every where throughout the South the Dem ocratic party will be found boldly ad Tocating the policy of repealing all test oaths, of breaking down all dis tinctions between traitors and loyal men, and of returning to positions of power and trust the very men who led off in the late attempt to dis member the Union and destroy the Government In that section ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1866

AFFAIES. crre Gallipolis August 30, 1866. New Advertisements. Walker A'crr, iticccttort ta Calohan Graham. -'" :; T ' j - X W. H. LtJiglty, 'Skeep for Salel w ' Wm. Waddle, Slurifi't Sale. Gallia Academy, Fall Term. .., A. Loffue, Prolate Account. Wm-A'aik, blark School Report. : E. W. Clark, Jr. Claim Ageid. Levi Koontz, Pvblif Sale. Li Letter. tW The Fall Term of the Gallia Academy opens Sept 5tii, 1866, witb new and increased facilities for the accommodation, of students. See advertisement! iyffe call attention U the new firm of Messrs. Walk- t Kekb, successors to Messrs. Calohan fc GtiHAK. The public will find the members of the new firm prompt and reliable business men, everyway wor thy of its confidence and patronage. The steamer Cottage No. 2, will resume her regular trips in the Cincinnati and Kanawha trade next week. She will pass down Tuesday evening. j ay The regular September ses sion of the Board of County Com meet next Monday. F. County Convention. Convention met at th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1866

Farmers Department. Windgall on Horses. A My writ, to the Obserr:"Wt wSS. xK ! bv the.. If T oa w21 n9,. ny lnf0mar,' tionViOi regard to the cause and their treatment. through your valua ble paper, they wiU greatly oblige US." W oan assign a plausible and true cause of windfalls, yet the remedy is ouita another consideration while U still another thing. Windgalls are the undue eularge jnento of small sacs on the hmbs of horses, about the hacia PP Thev are the natural ui certain results of hard driving and straining the limos oy . ..in. hcavv loads. Those borees that have small and slender limbs, are far more liable to have windgalls than such as bare large and strong legs. When young hor o. aM t tn heavy work, are driv en beyond their strength, or required to draw so heavy loads that they strain themselves, windgalls wiU soon appear on their legs. Ilorses that have not been overworked uor strained before they are six years old, lrtam have windfalls. There are various ways of treatin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1866

- - - . H TV. T! :,'L1 1 . . . . , . ; .. .... nv 6"V. O ULCILJL. WI. M. NASIi; Proprietor. . Volume XXXI. "Truth ami -.Jnut ice. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 6, 1866. 89 CO In Adraacc. Num"b'err 42. .SIMEOXKASH&SOX'" ATTORNEYS AT COUNSEL- . LORS AT LAW, OAUIPOUS. OHIO, v TTirr ..uuiIiIaI tnr on Simtoa Nash :.l. UA k nractiea of imW. He j. jr . wiin rue can always be fonnd in the office, in tar absence. All business entrusted to as will be promptly attended to. r. uis, usseos. ce., prrP"a ln"' 8ME0KKA8H. Tl7,18C6.-ly. - . DW0UB.80U$V FT fiT, NEAR STKAMBOAT LAHDIIfO. I HAVE tVi tlfit new d eommodon. Houm. nd bare it fltt up sad furnubed 1U K MIIC BUI u vf - ' mograeot for calling penon at night to Person. ftoApin; her will btitifetoril oeommodsfed. Hocsa and boggy furnuh d to nj point. Osrnett Houm ii dod. JAS. E. EICHARDSOJf , July 12. 1866. Proorietor. . ATI0at HOUSE. Corner of Thin! nd Grap Strut. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. 4 THIS Boat sad eommodiou Houu hiring bora' thoroughly renorat'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1866

gallipBlis; IranoL GAIXIPOUS. SEPTEMBER 6, 1S66. New Rebel Conservative Programme. labels eacn day grow bolder in ,i, miidi. At the dose of the thev pressed to Washington, anxious suitors lor pardon from the -penalties of the law which they, had violated. T day emboldened by the aid and confort furnished them by the IJemocratic party of the North and the Chief-Executive r me na tion, they present to the world the strance spectacle of rebels ana in urgents beaten, defeated and taken with arms in their hands, now dic tating terms to the Government against which they rebelled. They have thrown aside the mass 01 ioy- alty which they at first assumed, and now boldly proclain their programme of action. Nothing will satisfy them PTrpnt the entire possession and control of the Government To se cure that end they are using every effort and means in their power. By t hi eats and intimidations they are striving to influence a sufficient num ber of votes in the coming Fall elec tiens to give th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. Xv'OAIXIPOUS. SEPTEJIBEK6, 1666. New Advertisements. Pin Grove, Academy. ' Steamer Jomtt Powell. J. A. Robnton, Oats. S. B. Rathburn-Examination Teacher t. D. S. Eord, Licenses, rf-e. -V- P. Fener, lionet, r, for Sate Ohio Female Collect. McElroy, Dirlfon, Co. Pittsbnrn. Horse for sale at Xational House. 3" We notice from posters "that Col. J. R. Hced, late of the 173d O. V. I., is announced to speak here next Saturday, in connection with "Know-nothing" Moorc, the Demo cratic candidate for Congress. We guest Cel. Hced won't be here, and we should aot be surprised to learn that the announcement was made without authority, one ot those frauds upon the people tor which that partr are so famous. X3T The Union School will open on Monday, Sept." 17th, under the superintendence of Mr. J. H. Cald well, formerly of Warren, Trumbull county. Mr. Caldwell comes well recommended, as an accomplished and efficient teacher. J- We are indebted U Recorder C. Vf . Chebihotok for the amou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1866

Farmers Department. Farm Adornments. From the 'American fun"-- , It is much to be regretted most interesting aePM' 'J; ricultar.1 improvement should have been bo generally neglected by farm ers of-this conntrrUit sorely the huid iUelf should be made the r -a, circulatinff carrency through the cultivation of wheat and other cereals, thus Wringing quick returns and ready profits in dollars refitu TiuV forgetting the more permanent deposit which every farm .hnU h rnntinuollT making in the improvement of its landscapes and and rearing of .t.k- nr domestic animals, which seems to hare been the mistake of all agriculturists in America, irom the landing of the pilgrim fathers hi nn The trreat temptation to this has been the natural richness of toe native soil, requiring nine emig ration and no application of artificial or barn manure, standing as it did, rend to receive a nuclus, in the line of seed around which to clust er a fund of wealth, to be gathered and generally by the farmer at th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1866

-;- . '; .' . j ji --T.-"-r- - T . "Truth and ntirr." 1 urn e W3I. IS. ZVAftll, rropririr,j - Volume XXXI. G-ALLIP OLIS,' OHIO op EMBER 13, 1866. 913 00 In Advance. ITumber 43. SIMEOXASH&SO. ATTOBNKYS AND COUNSEL LOBS AT LAW. . GAIX1POLIS. OHIO.. Yirirr.....;ul mr son Simeon Nash Jr , with me in the practice of lew. He t .lnvi 1 found in the offiee, m my 1 . All ItMinpM PTl trusted to ns will be nromi.tlv attended to. w ills, Deeds. e- preiared for peities. SIMEOX NASH. May 17.1SG6. ly. mm house FT ST., If EAR STEAMBOAT LANDING. I HAVE taken this new and coromodous House, and have it fitted np nd furnished in a ttile surpassed 1V none in the ulrJ arrangement for calling persona at night to ePersonatatoppinf here wtllW.Uftorily aeoomrmxuul1 iforseeand bnggys furnish- :"d to any point. v " Garnelt House is closcrt. JAS. E. RICHARDSON July 12, 1866. , Proprietor. - KvnoNat HOUSE. Corner of Third and Grape Streets. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious House having been thoroug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1866

GALUPOLIS. SEPTEMBER li. 156. UNION MEETINGS. Let the People Rally! Public meetings will be held at the following times and places, to-wit: " CHESHIRE VILLAGE, Monday, Sept 17, 18C6, at 2 o'clock P. M. Hon. Simeon Jvasli and Jos. Brad burr, Esq. MORGAN CENTRE, Monday, Sept 17. 160, ai 7 o'clock P. M. S. A. Nash and D. II. Gates. VINTON. Tuesday, Sept 18, I860, at 2 o'clock r. M. J. Bradbury and S. A. Nash. CENTREVLLLE, TYedncsday, Sept 19, 1X6G, at 2 o'clock P. M. Hon. Simeon Nash, A. T . Holcoinb and Jos. Bradbury, Esqs. GALLIA FURNACE, Wednesday, Sept 19, 1SG6, at 7 o'clock P. M. Bradlmrv and Holcomb. PATRIOT, Thursday, Sept 20, 1866, at 2 o'clock P. M. Bradbury, E. A. Stone and Lewis Clark, Esqs. GREEN TOWN HOUSE, Thurs day. Sept 20, 1866, in the evening. Bradbury. Stone and Gates. MERCERVILLE, Friday, Sept 21, at 2 o'clock P.M. S. A.Nash, Col. Montgomery and Gates. CHAMBERSBURG, Friday, Sept 21, 1866, in the even-Dp:. Col. Mont comery, S. A. Nash snd D. H. Gates. SPRINGFIELD TOW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1866

CITY AFFAIES. GALLIPOLIS. SEPTEMBER 13. 1866. New Advertisements. Proposals for Infirmary Kitchen. Redemption County Orders. , Grafton cf Jones, Attachment. Sam, D. Wells, Administrator. . J. Adkins, Land for Sale. Jacob Keams, City Lot for Sale. Wm. Waddle, Election Proclamation. M'm- D. Gratttm, Kotke to Heirs. List Letter. - fTotice. The Mite Sxiicty of the First Presbyterian Churrh will meet this (Thursday) evenisg. at the resi Ienceof the Rev. R. D. V k Ddemo. The friend are invited. T3T Mr. A. P. Eodgkbs has placed us nndcr obligations for "a J bucket of fine grapes, consisting of bo followius varieties, to-wit Di ana, Catawba, Isabella, Hartford, Polific, Concord, Taylors bullet, Tokuland, Clinton, Rebecca, -Logan and Northern Muscadine. Mr. Rod gera has seventeen varieties under cultivation, fifteen f 'which aro bearers this year. As table grape we think the Concord has the pre eminence, and, it being a good bear er, where but one vine can be plant ed and grown, we should re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1866

Farmers Department. Agricultural Fairs For 1866. Tanners, horti N cultunsts and manufacturers l" the country, should make timely prepar - m Pfinre creditable ertaibi- ab of tie products of their indus try and skill at thee fairs. As we said, substantially, on a similar occasion, hundreds of thousands of dollars Till be expended in getting up these exhibitions, and whether this money, and the necessary. tine shall be Drenerly expended or wast ed, depends mainly upon tho action of the scores of thousands offar Iners and liorticulturlsts who red the Rural and wther agricultural periodicals. : Those who do not eith er attend the fairs or contribute thereto, can of course derive no benefit or satisfaction; but more than this, thev do a positive injury, as their presence, influence and conn- eel are needed to render them suc cessful. Every friend of rural im- prorenicot should bear trua in mind at the present juncture the time to decide and act in regard to what each 'shall contribute or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1866

Volume. XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 20, 1866. Number' 44. ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GATXIPOI-IS, OHIO TTrirruiiiiJ mv too BinMon Nssh I Jr with me in the irar.tiee of bw. He nn alwavs I found in the oflie, in my ahuiiix.- " All business entrusted to us will be promptly attended to. Willi, Deeds. ate, ptviiarej for parties. ' 1 ' SIMEOJfXASH. May 17, 1P66. ly. DUFOUR HOUSE, FT ST.. REAR STEAMBOAT LANDING T HAVE taksa this new d eotnmodou J. House, and have it fitted op and furnisuaa in a stile surpassed by none in the eountry, arrangement for calling persons at night to go on boats. . .. Persons stopping here willbesalisfaetorily accommodated. Horses and buggys furnish ed to anv point. is closed. JAS. E. RICHARDSON July 12, 1866. Proprietor. wmoMt HOUSE. Corner cf Third and Grapt Streets. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious House having been thoroughlv renovafd and refur nished, is now open lor the reception and e eommodation of the publie under the charge of JO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1866

(lalltpolts onrnaI. GALUPOLIS. SEPTEMBER 20. 1866. UNION MEETINGS. Let the People Rally! Public meetings will be held at the following times and places, to-wit CENTBEVILLE, Friday, Sept. 21st, 1866, Hen. H. S. Bundy, and Hon. John T. Wilson. MEKCERVLLLE, Friday, Sept 21, at 2 o'clock V. U. S. A. Nash, Col. Montgomery and Gates. CHAMBEKSBUKG, Friday, Sept 21, 18C6, in theeven'ng. CoL alont .mmorr. S. A. Nasi, and D. II. Gates. . SPEIXGFIELD TOWN HOUSE, on Saturday, Sept 212, lOt. at z t M Hon. Simeon Kash V aid J. Bradbury, Esq. Union men in the several localities are earnestly requested to take an interact, in these meetings make the r,nr arritn pern ents for holding them, and procure the attendance of the people. L'mok Cbktual CoM.rrrKB. Let the People Rally! GRAND RALLY —AT— GALLIPOLIS, SEPT. 26, 1866. SPEAKERS. HON. SAMUEL McKEE, of Ky., GEN. W. H. POWELL, HON. JOHN T. WILSON. HON. H. S. BUNDY. Union Men at the South. Gov. Hamilton of Texas states, that since President Jwbnson be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS SEfTEJIBER 20, 18C6. New Advertisements. Geo. W. Cox, Sew Slock. SUtlemerd County Finances.- S. B. Rathhttrn, Election Directors. Carlton Coal Co. Juo. Feertey, Allaclmenl. W. Q. HayuMtrd, Attachment. Jno. Itufonr. Bouxe for Sale, Rooms for rent. List Letters. and Mr. Johs IJ. Shepakd, who was killed on the Allena May, wag buried on Sunday, hi funeral being attended by the Odd Fellows, and a large crowd ot sympathising friends. Mr. Shepbaep was near 63 years f age, and has resided in our city since 1S3".. coming here (rom Wheeling, West Vs. He was a worthy citizen, and much respected for Lis kind, social qualities. gW We are under obligations to Mr. Geo. W. Cox, for late New York papers, from which city he has just returned with a large stock of Fall and Winter Goods. . -Z-?Mr. J. II. Weil, has been East for his Fall and Winter stock, andon his return supplied ns with late papers. Thanks. "S3T The Messrs IIenkikg's hare some of that splendid Mahoning coimtv ...

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