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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. Seeding Land to Grass. It Is generally argued by . that, owing large qnantitie. of hay seed meaanrably diminishes tie valae ' ftherodactby causing the grass to erow too thick and fine. It ap pears to me that this is a Tery erro . aeons reasoning, for it must be ok- nous, I think, to every one, that two tons of fine hay are worth more for feeding cattle than two tons of course hay. Very course hay is rarely eaten clean, even by hungry cattle, whereas the same kind of hay, if fine, will be all consumed. Perhaps , in nothing can this case be more clearly illustrated than in the clover crop. If, insterd of sowing red clo Ter seed broad cast, with the usual allowance of from ten to twelve pounds to the acre, we drill it in the same as we do bean and rata bags seed, and allow the plants to stand . six or ten inches apart in rows, with " a space f eighteen inches between every two rows, we shall find that , every stalk will attain a very large ' size...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1866

ti$L.' iDOllSi; J omnia 1 1 ' WJI. II. IVASII, Proprietor. V UXIUUU S a a - - s sassa "Truth am GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, d Jntticr." SEPTEMBER 27, 1866. $Q 00 In Advance. Number. 45. SIME03jN'ASH&SQ3, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. - CALL1P0LIS, OHIO. I HATE associated mv son Simeon Nash Jr , with me in the practice of Uw. He eu always ha found in the office, in my absence. All business entrusted to u will be promptly attended to. Wills, Deed. Ac, prepared for paities. SIM EOS If ASH. May 17,1866. ly. OUFOUE HOUSE FT ST.. IT EAR STEAMBOAT LA5DIITG. I HATE taken thta new and eommodous House, and hare it fitted Bp and furnuhed in a atile surpassed by none in the country, arrangement for calling person at night to go on boat. . , .. Penona stopping ha will beaatufaetorily acoommodaWd. Horses and buggy furnuh ed to env point. eloaed. Gsrnett Houae J A3. E. RICHARDSOS July 12. 1866. Proprietor. Nmom house. Corner of Third and Grape Street. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious Houa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1866

Gallipolis Journal. Gallipolis, September 27, 1866. UNION STATE TICKET. Secretary of Stale, WILLIAU H. SMITH. Judge ef Supreme Court. JTOSIAH SCOTT. Member of Board of Public Works. JOHN 1L BABREKE. ' ' to .lasaswaasaaa- FOR CONGRESS. JOHN T. WILSON. Judge of Ike Court of Comma Pleat. - ERASTUS A. GUTHRIE. COUNTY TICKET. Auditor, , . JOHN H. EVANS. Probate Judge, ALEXANDER LOGUE. Recorder, CALEB W. CHERINGTON. Commissioner, TVILLIAM NASH. Infirmary Director, BUFCS BEMAN. Facts for the People. Keep it before the people, that while the Union party of the Aortn are win inff to submit their cause to the arbi trament of the people, and abide by their decision, A. Johnson and his par ty threaten the people with civil war and revolution, if they dare exercise . that right of free and independent suf- frage guaranteed to them by the Con stitution and laws of the land. Keep it before the people, that A. Johnson, himself but a single man, as sumes to originate and dictate a policy for the who...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1866

CITY AiTAIRS. GALLIPOLIS SEPTEMBER 27. 186G. New Advertisements. Jene Ingelt, Salt Real Estate. W. G. Crvmer, Farm for Sale. JJ. Swindler, Hortet, dx. Wanted, by Mrs. Self ridge. Cvlp Saunders, Coal. Redemption Land. J. A. Robinson, Sorghum told on Com mission. List Lellert. aaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaasaaaasaa . X3T From the pile of boxes in front of the stnre of G. W Cox, one would infer tlrt-re must be a heap of new goods Inside. We guess the inference would not be far wrong. P. S. The boxes are gone, and the goods are goiRg. ' t3T Messrs. IUilet & Ridbkour, Boot, Shoe and Leather Dealers, have one of the largest and most complete stocks in trade ever seen in this market Call and see them. tST Those liberal jobbers and dealers, Messrs. Haxudat & Milks, are now better prepared than ever before to supjriy the trade in their line. Their 6tock of Dry booas Notions, &c; is foil and complete. Their wholesale department receives especial care and attention. r-New Goods at S.; F....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1866

Farmers Department. Farmers Department. Does the Soil Need Rest. TheBur! New -e9 the theory that the soil need rest It says: Absolute rest obviously adds nothing to the eoil; B0 f0 for plants deeceads from the air above r rises from the subsoil below. No faroraWe chemical action is known .to beUduced by exposing a naked soil a long time to the elements; o . the contrary it may be apprehended that the washing of the rain, the parching of the eon, the evaporation of the atmosphere, remove some of ' the volitile - substances which are found in a fertile soil. The soil then does not need rest it requires cultivation. By cnlti ra tion we mean here those physical changes which may be made. It wanta deep and thorongh working so that the roots of plants can reach every particle of soil; it needs drain ing to draw off the stagnent water which is poison to the roots of our cereals and cultivated grass. Deep, thorough and frequent pulverization of the soil, though it adds nothing to the amount...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 October 1866

T1 3 M 1 JUtdL aW VSO OH WM. II. IVASII, Proprietor. Volume XXXI. "Truth and Justice." GALLIPOLIS, OHIO,! OCTOBER 4, 1866. 2 00 Iu Advance. Number 46. SIMEON IV ASH &SO-N, ATTORjOi'S AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO w tt a rr ..;.tl mi sob Simeon Nash i. :.k. in the nraetiee of Uf. lit can always be found in the office, in my absence. All business entrarted to us will be promptly attended to. w Hie, ueeas, ce prepareaforp-tie.. y Mayl7.186G.-ly. " DWOtm HOUSE, FT ST.. NEAR STEAMBOAT lAlMjrfl. IHATI taken this new and eommodow House, and bare it fitted up and furnished in a stile surpassed bf none in the country, arrangement for calling persona at night to fro on oosia. . ., p willtssaatisfaetonlT aeeemmodatX Horses and buggys furnish ed to any point. closed. - ly J A3. E. RICHARDSON July 13, 1866. Proprietor. ; MTJON&t HOUSE Comer of Third and Qrape StrttU. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious House baring been thoroughly renovatfd and refur nished, is now ope...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 October 1866

GALLIPOLIS, OCTOBER 4. 166- UNION STATE TICKET. Secretary of Stale, WILLIAM H. SMITH. Judge of Supreme Court. V JOSIAH SCOTT. Member of Board of Public Works. to JOHN M. BARRERE. FOR CONGRESS. JOHN T. WILSON. Judge of the Court of Common Pleat. ERASTUS A. GUTHRIE. COUNTY TICKET. Auditor, to JOHN H.EVANS. Prolate Judge, ALEXANDER LOGUE. Recorder, CALEB W. CHEEINGTON. Ccmmittioner, ROBERT CARTER. Infirmary Director, EUFCS BEMAN. County Commissioner. The nominee of the Union Conven tion for the office ot County Commis " sioner, being ineligible to election by reason of his present position as Coun ty Auditor, the term of which does not expire until March, 1867, has with drawn his name from the ticket, and the Union Central Committee have supplied its place with that of Eobebt Cakteb, Esq. AVe trust this arrange ment will meet the approbation of the Union voters of the couieJy. Mr. Car ter is the present member of the Board, and is not only a worthy, upright citi zen, but a careful, hon...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 October 1866

CITY AFFAIBS. GALLIPOLIS. OCTOBER 4, 1866. New Advertisements. Halliday tk Miles. Ready for fall trade. W. U. Lonley, FaU stock. -L. M. Safford, Constable Sale. Woolen Factory, Soft Soap wanted. If. H. Shephard, Administratrix. :" Evans t Skate, Public tale. J. Hamilton, Sale of Allena Hoy, Com- mission bustnrts -Jlenry Frank, Merchant Tailor. Mrs. S. A. Winslow, Hosiery Knit. Quarterly Report, Xalional Bank. -Woolen Factory, Machinery for sale. G. J). .Womeldorf, Public sale. : M. X. Mogutm'Coal for sale. L. Xetesom, Heifer, strayed. UNION RALLY AT THE COURT HOUSE, To-Morrow (Friday) Evening. SPEAKERS. Hon. JOS. BRADBURY, AND OTHERS. XSfJudge Nash spoke t the Court House Tuesday evening. Hon Joseph Bbadbcky will speak Friday evening. Keep the ball rolling. W have received from Robert Carter, Esq.. of Perry Township, specimen of Sorghum molasses, manu factured at his mill. We should judge it would pass for a first class article in any market. "We are pleased to learn that Mr. O. D. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 October 1866

Farmers Department. [Correspondence of the N Y Observer] Agriculture in Switzerland. SWITZERLAND, Aug. 29, '66. If you hare been in the kabit ef thinking there is little r no farming going on in Switzerland, you have been in error. For as it is a land of bills and mountains, and Tery little of arable land ia the Talleys, as the noaataiua are many of them covered with snw all the year round, and the clianate very cool in summer, and severely cold in winter, it is of course a country not favorable to agricul ture.' It the farmers are successful under Such circumstances, they are entitled to great credit They are not rich farmers, but they are well to do in the world, and i thn marts ef Switzerland where there is any considerable amount of land to be cultivates tue people are all as well & as in any part of. the world where the population depend mainly en the soil. In the North Eastern part of the r-anntrv. where I have spent ten or twelve days, among the people, ther are no sirns ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1866

t , M ournaj TO II. . It'ASII, Proprietor. "Truth and Jnstice." f3 OO lu Advance. Number 47. Volume XXXI. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 11, 1866. iipoilS SIME0SKASH&S0, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. "W" TT A W mv MA Rimenn !Tuk A Jr , with me ia th practice of Uw. Ha can alsravs be found in the office, in my absence. " AH business entniiited to un will be promptly attended to. WilU, Deeds, it.. prepared for patties. May 17,1866. ly. SIMEOX SASH. DUFOUR HOUSE, FT ST., NEAR STEAMBOAT LANDING. I HATE taken this netr and eommodons House, and hare it fitted up and furnished in a stile surpassed bj none in the country, arrangement for sailing persons at night to go on boats. Persons stopping here will be satisfactorily accommodated. Horses and buggys furnish ed to any point Garnett House is closed. JAS. E. RICHARDSON July 12, 1866. Proprietor. NATIONAL HOUSE. Corner of Third and Grape Streets. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS neat and commodious House having been thoroughly r...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1866

Gallipolis Journal. GALLIPOLIS, OCTOBER 11, 1866. The Electon. The election in this city passed off quietly, nd the Union men are justly proud of the result The Union majority in the township and city combined is 217, being a gain of 23 over last year. We hare no time for remarks this week. All the returns received up to the time of going to press will be found in another column. Power of Congress over the Subject of Reconstruction. Congress has assumed to legislate upon the question of the reconstruc tion of the lte rebel States, and in their wisdom and judgment have proposed as the basis of reconstruc tion the Constitutional Amendment, new submitted to the people for rati fication. For daring to assume and exercise this power, they are denoun ced by the President as tyrants and usurpers, while he claims for himself the exclusive power to settle the manner in which, and the terms and conditions upon which the rebel States are to be restored to their former practical relations in th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS, OCTOBER 11, 1866. New Advertisements. Until HacitL Administrator. Saunders tt -Clark, DUolution. D. Jt. Womeldorff, Farm for tale. R. Altslure t Co., JStfd vhcat. . Th Comp, f c. ' Lexis yevicm, PehrUtnt. V. dt A. Ilmlinp, Broom Handles. H. Emshiemer, Mouse for sole, closing :' out. ... . . John W. Mc Cormict, Adiu'r sale. Jos. S. Y, "ard. Attachment. C. Cherington, Admr sole. St.' James, fomertf li Cincinnati i Pocket: - ' H. Shtphard, Adm'x. ; Notice. The Mite Society of the GalKpoiis Division No. 74, Sons oi Temperance, will meet at their Hall ( next Tuesday evening, Oct 16. The friends of the cause are invited to attend. io y R. L. SrETACT, Esq , of this City, was thrown from his buggy on Monday la9t, and coastderably bat tered and bruised, although we are happy to ssy not seriously. A col ored man, who was driving, was also thrown out and somewhat injured. . iT Mr. Thomas Hallidat, after an active business life of over thirty years ia our town, has ret...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1866

Farmers Department. Obchabds. When it is desirable to stye the fruit of Pfr or apple trees Without being browed, ill the smtH stones, sticks, piece of brush and every such thing that will injure the fruit should be removed from the orchards early in Septmbef, so that a good coat of graos may cover the ground bcore the fruit is gathered Si October. If a eoft,thiek covering of grass is over the ground the fruit that falls will not be bruised unless it should strike ft limb or fall on oth er fruit If the ground has been plowed, or rooted over by swine, let it be leveled off with harrows nnd hoes, nnd if lumpy, pass a heavy roller over it Then sow a liberal dressing of orchard grass seed, or timothy seed. If it is not desirable to stock down an orchard, and a per son has an abundance of straw of any kind, let it be spread on the ground beneath the fruit, so as to cover the entire surface, about two inches deep. Salt hay is excellent for 6uch a pur pose. When on a visit to New Jer sey a ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1866

GO L1.CIL 4J XVSl. II. IVASII, Proprietor. Volume XXXI. "Truth and bustler." i r : " GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 18, 1866. 89 OO In Advance. Number 48. SIME0X5ASH&W, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSEL LORS AT LAW. GALLIPOLIS. 10. I HAVE aasoeiated my eon Simeon Naah Jr . with ma in the practice of law. He can alwaya be found in the office, in my absence. All bueinese ant railed to us will be promptly attended to. Wills, Deeds, pfarp-tiea. gjypQjf NASH. . Hay 17, 1866. ly. . DUFOUE HOUSE, FT ST.. KEAB STEAMBOAT LASDIITG. I HAVE taken Uiia new and eommodons House, and hare it fitted np and furniahed in atile surpassed bj none m the country, arrangement for calling persona at night to ro on boats. . Peraona stopping hra will beaaUefeetorilv accommodated. Horses and buggya furniah ed to any point. Garoett House it closed. J A3. E. RICHARDSON" July 12. 1966. Proprietor. aTtoat house. Corner of Third and Grape Strtttt. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. THIS naat and com modioli! Honae baring been thoroughly renovat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1866

iftlltMlts Journal GALUPOLIS. OCTOBER 18, 1866. The Election—Its Results. The election last wek resulted in complete triumph of the Union party Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Io have gallantly ranged themsclres aide y side with Ver mont and Maine , in an emphatic en dorsement f the reconstruction pelicy of Congress. The desperate effort of the opposition to break the ranks of the grand old Union party, bare signally tailed. Executive pat ronage, bribes and promises, threats of renewed civil war and revolution, were nsed freely and without stint, but each and all failed to intimidate the free voters of the North. They itood firmly by the principles upon which they fought the war, and on the second Tuesday of October, without fear or favor, exercised at the polls that independent right of suffrage guaranteed to them by the Coastitution and laws of the land. The importance of this election and Union triumph cannot be over rated, nor can its meaning be misnn derstood. The people, the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. GALLIPOLIS. OCTOBEE 18, 1866. New Advertisements. A Log Tie, Probate account. J.. B. Lew. Petition for divorce. -' ' C. at A. Hcnkina, Sorgho Molaetet told on Ctnvtistion C. A Palmer, Gallipolit Xurtery. , Gaiiio Academy, Winter. Term.- C. Gtey.JIayJor Sale. Volant Doctor. Wot. D. Graham, Administrators Sale. Hates of Taxation for 18GK. D. S.Ford A Bro., Wholesale and Retail Grocers. Maxicle d Co., Dissolution. -John DeLille, Artist. Musical Convention. G. M. Clendlnen, Land for Salt. School Examiner $. atySberiff Waddsll Jeft on the Fleetwood on Monday, with eight prison era six foi the Penitentiary, and two for the Reform Farm. One of them, A. J. Jeffers, attempted auicIJe a few days since, by hanging. He tore a strip from one of his blan kets, and with it proceeded about the business in earnest. When found and cut down he was nearly gone an hoar and a half elapsing before he fully recovered. Mr. A. H. Moetos, of Green town snip, has left with us a mammoth beet It we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1866

Farmers Department. [From the American Agriculturist] Hints about Work. 2tvilJiS.A- Mttle" laberinpen them now irill tell. A board here nd nail there, and a few shingles ewly set, will save many dollars worth of lees or expense later in the Be aeon, when storms and winds do their work, and rain and snow pene trate. Warm, close stables, with good ventilation, should be looked to. Make sheds t shelter manure if it is thrown oat of barn windows and doors. No matter how . good joar barn-rard, the manure is a great deal better kept under coTer. Even the hog yard ought to be thus cover ed, though there should be space for the fan to ehine in, and make a warm place during a good part 1 the daj. Painting may be done in October to excellent advantage. Take tune after a rain when surfaces ' are clean and when there will be no dust flying. And in connection with putting the buildings . in order for winter above ground, do not forget the .; ; - , Cellar. Both house cellars and root cellars shou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1866

- -- .-a.'.- - - T - ..' i . .- XS, i""" ."" T-""""""-va " v '"-CT rtt 7T1 ' "V"8"''" " yT:t- " tr , - . - . . , .y j.. t . - . -"5 ; WM, II. IYAS5I, Proprietor. Volume XXXI. " "Tr u 1 h,;a n GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 25, 1866. il: J ire . "ZPZz 93 00 In Adrance. v Numter 49. l; .-. 4 SniE03XASH&S0 ATTOENEYS AKD COUNSEL , ., LOUS AT LAW. :. '.: GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. I HAVE associated my son 8imeon Nah Jr . with ma in the practice of lew. He can alvaya be found in the office, in bit absence. AH business entrusted to us will he promptly attended tov. Will, Deeds. .,. prepared for parties. . SIMEON NASH. May 17.1S66 ly. ouroun house, FT ST.. yiMJ? STEAMBOAT LANDING. T KATE taki tilt new and sommodour JL Bote.aod have it fit ted no and furniabeo: in ft etU surpaewd br teai fn tae eoonuy, "arrangement for oaUicf fmK t night t go oa boat. ' ' '- T ' ' Persona HppW new wilt beaaUafaetonlr accommodated. Horse and bug-gy fn--d to any point. " . ' ' - ; Garaett Hons la cToaed.' : " JAS. E. RI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1866

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. 6ALUP0LIS. OCTOBER 25. 16. GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. Public Sentiment at the South. The Ute elections in 'the North a e already having their legitimate, ef. feet upon the Sotrthe m min. ' TLi'a' fact isH-ery apparreat f rom. tb.e alter ed tone of resp ectable portion of the Southern prtia.' Tlitj ready es pousal af their coursr, at the close of the ar, ,j the Feaej-Desiocracy and tUf, Chief Execntiv e cf the Na tiJ led the South to believe, that Vtiougli conquered ia the field, she might yet be able to "dictate terms of reconstruction and restoration. For some time subsequent to the surren der of Lee and Johnson the South was willing to accept almost any terms and conditions, glad to escape with life and property secured, both " ef which by their treason they had forfeited. But the support and coun tenance immediately offered them by their old allies the Democratic party of the North soon produced an entire revolution of feeling at the South, and the rebel States ia a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1866

CITY AFFAIRS. Gallipolis, October 25, 1866 New Advertisements. Bailey d Ridenour, Shoe end Leather Dealers. Agricultural Society Meeting. , J. W. Van Sickle, Commercial College. Hayvard Fuller Agents Home Insu rance Company. C. A. Healing, Price Salt Jteduced. Same, Storage for Applet and Potatoes. Same, Advances on Consignments. Elisabeth Scott, Petition Jar Divorce. M. McIIall A Dro., Broom factory. Hayvard Fuller, Cheap Furniture. J. Gillesvie. Coal at Ten Cents.- C. X. Palmer, Fruit and Xursery Farm for Sale. . J. A. Van ITtct, Dentist. Daniel Munch, Administration aad Sale. H. II. Adney, Administrator. Religious Notice. Providence permitting, Ect. C. S. Martixdals, Agent A. B. S., will at tend the annual meeting of the Gallia Co. Bible Society, to be held next Sabbath and Monday evenings 28th and 29 Ih inst's. Union meeting for religions services will be held at the M. . Church Sabbath evening, "at which time, the Rev. Mr. Martin dalk is expected to preach. Annual busi ness mee...

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