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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1855

--v, -. , vmtx ow" .-v. 5? -"ffv. A''t " ; - 4 PUBLISHED, RT JAMES HARPER. , ;. "Truth and Justice." AT 1 TO IN ADYANCK Volume XX. GAL LI POLIS, O III O , "'"MX Y 31. 1 855, Number 27. ! j -. - - - - - 1 ar II hi - i; i i a i r i . t ill 131 . i i i - i k i . J- " LINES TO MY STEP-MOTHER. Jl'u nineteen jrean to-dar, mother, r Since to oar lonely hearth, . "You came with winning, gladsome imflea. ' To wxteoor cnuaiau miruir - - " I't often thongfat upon the time, ' . r How half in lore, half fear, ' .'. VTe b h first nestled to your heart, , i , And felt Jgai firet warm tear!. ..'," '' .Tours was a noble task, mother, , " And yet a painful one,-- ' ' To follow in another, atep, -. Todo as-sbe had done I '' " ' '' ' -Tie hard for all the doubtful grlanee, -.. 1 - The sianderer'a venomed dart, , Bat oh 1 they fall so piercingly, -Upon a mother's heart I - Jart nineteen year to-day, mother, . : Since hopeful, loving, fond, Yon came to guide the motherless. Home to rest beyond. ' Ood kin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1855

THE JOURNAL. . , EDITED AR) rOBIBfiXD OBEXES SASVSBr tWM 91 6TJrmrarieHy io advance,' , GAXIjIPOLIS, THTOtSDArV- - - - STAT 31,1855 r TJhtted States Chrokomxtxb SnA EjreJKi. We tool occasion, while m tTincinnati, to examine this engine, a drawing of which may Be seen in our advertising- columns-. JTHe principal features of ibis fniprovemenf are pat what our manufacture n, and" others sp- plying power, want at this time, when horse and water power are being dis pensed with, and steam attached to al most everything. They combine pow er, cheapness, simplicity, compactness, and durability;, and although-there art other peints of equal merit,, these fire alone are. destined to give it a-eelebrity and preference over all others now fn use.- It has an oscillating or vibrating cylinder, with solid taper trunnions, of large proportions, and adjustable valves receiving and discharging, steam on both sides of the cylinder at the same moment. It dispenses with all valve friction,, cams, excentr...

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 1855

ETFas Baoacerma, Txaatr Dissaaas, Hace tm Dough, and the effect! of imprudent ue of Mercery, w medicine lia ever been dia- ' Covered which has effected loch caret as Car. bs Spanish Mixture. ' ? 'Throat rtinnanrs produced bj Mlintioo Hacking Ooogh, Branchial Affection, Liver fiioiti, Neuralgia led Rheumatism, tor all been reliered and cured in a wonderful man ner, by the great purifier of the blood, Carter's ' Spanish Mixture. . . , y .... '! The ease of Mr. T. H. Bamsey alone should satisfy any who doubt . Call oo the Agents and. procure - a pamphlet containing cure. which wCl aetoond you.; . r - See advertisement. April26,i85i w ' . . . ' ETFo a Cocoa oa 0ou, nse the beat reme dy known, vis; STABLEST ANODYNE GHKRBT .EXPECTORANT, a medic which has eared the lives of thousands, is used in their practice by hundreds of the most experienced j hyaiciaos, miny of. whom have given their testimony in writing that it is "more reliable than any other proprietary medicine with which they, ar...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 May 1855

Hish Paio or Ehf-Cattu Niw Yobs. TLa- New York' Tribune, Eay. following: T pia-call attenuoa to the state of tbr cM'Je ; market. High as were iMjifw 01. wiree- we a t increased sine tben.-and it is but a few since baeves sold at 890 to 8180 a head, averaging for all offered at least 8 1 00 each. In fact, all the beat bollocks sold at rates eaual to 16 cent- .. a pound, inis is ne nigp ever known in this city, and probably. in another of this country. The causa must be apparent to every one; the sup- is not equal to the demand. The weekly consumption last year was 3,257, and the supply this week is 2,0541.203 below the actual de- mand. The supply last week amounted o but 2,174. and with a single excep- tion, the weekly supply has been below the average ever Bince the first of Jan- aary. Choice cuta of beef will be re- tailed this week at. 25 cents a pound, and how long those who buy to eat and eat to live can bear this, remains to be . eeen. It unfortunately ? happens that the price ...

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 1855

I . J ..II- ' . , .... , ... ' : ' . . .. - . . .: .-. : t --.- -pTJBLLSHEI BY JAMES HARPER. . ' ' . : ' ' - ; i ' : . "Truth and Justice." - ' ; . -r AT- 91 0 IN ADTASC? Volume XX i GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 7, 1855. v v -V,;,v'. v- 'Number 28, THE PRESS.—AN ODE. The wor ruled his crimson age .' -' ATirbSsWrdsWddV And. thro were built ud propped with svordg. 7 And rata r.-u seonrged witi chain and rod, Aed kin.-T", s id priests, and feudal lords v - Elate o'er prostzate- million trod. Sot never more soall steel clad band, Akme to rule the world hare power; " A mightier spirit walks the land,, - In court and camp, in hall and bower The soul of 11 an! unchained at length. In Reason's came and Freedom's might, To break the despot's iron strength, And end Oppression's awful might! The Soul of If an! that seeks no sword, Sor tramp, nor plume, nor banner's train, To smile the tyrant, king aud lord. And give the nation Jife again Bat shall in Freedom's name unbind The world, and smite its wo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 June 1855

THE JOURNAL. KDITID AKO ftlUIEIB IT. ' tdf ki f 1 60, invariably ' in advance. .t. JTffK 7,1855. XarThe foDowing table h a been fur nished us by Mr. W. Nash. Assessor for Gallipolis township. The present "population of Gallipolis is 2,022, show- in? an increase since the eensn of 1950, of 336. while tie township, outside of the corDoration, shows decrease of 38 This may be accounted for probably bj frtrmrr officer not knowintr the sovn- shio Emits, for we eannot. beliere there has been a falling off in the township population since 1850: There, are 66 f widows within the corporation-. ." .. 1835. 1850. Corporation. r 1744 278 1479 , 207 Township, outside cor. 402 102 J20 J22 1744 278 Total Corporation, 2022 402 t 102- Total Township, 504 So. of families in Cor poration, whites, 312 Blacks, 53 ' Total, 'J 365 Ifo. families in Town ship, whites, S3 Slacks, 29 1479 207 1686 420 123 542 Total, 83 1855. Value of new structures, $11,056 Township, total. Corporation, total. $42,751 275495 ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 June 1855

.3 . I-T7ARE OF MALARIA l ! : ' : -RING'S REMEDY ; ' famitte. Fevers, ni S tietr ttalnrf tfs- ecsas, ct Medici miaftei for aU eonsti- Ths statistic of ths abov class of diseases how an alarming increase within the lut few ' . years; sod u they are Bat only directly fatal . in duj case, mik im leso. inojrecuy w cuu , attraction and other maladies of the most dead - ly character, it U of the highest importance to society uxai a a certain means of cure exists u should be universally known. Such a specific does exist. Unroll Burst. - a compound of vegetable extracts, the product of six years of research and experiment direc ted by medical and pharmaceatical skill of the - highest order, it is now offered to the world as a preparation that will literally otianialFe- ret and Ague and its kindred maladies, with the same certainty that water extinguishes fire. ' Its effects are not superficial. I reaches the fountain-heads of the disease in the liver and k spiene, and purifies the system of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 June 1855

pROTlCTIOj' F02 THa lirBUSTET Oi THJ rSOPLC WHO AjIVK la AXIKICA. tons and temper of the timet are faror able to the fall development of Ameri- ean ty, not only, a respeeUjsf-. the partly uiitical tJrjrilejres. cf 1 . 1 t . 1 . ' - 1 .. people dsc aiso aa regaras wieir indus trial interests: "The .great objecfof eivil society ia tie. promotion of the . iappinesj and prosperity of its members; J and to Ihi complete .development of t? these conditions it u necessary not only -' to secure the. enjoyment of perfect . v most ample and effective means of furn , ishing employment for, and rendering remunerative, the. industry of tie peo .: pie that compose the community. American labsr must be protected, aa ; American privileges; the one is scarce y less important than the other. Here tofore this country has been kept poor by ue immense arain inn nas oeen maae " from our resources to pay for the fabrics . produced by the labor of the people ' who live in other countries. This sh6uld not be...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 June 1855

.' - - i - .- - . - ' ... fy .:v. ... . -TV- .1 V ' . i. .! ... . -.' . re ' 1 1- '-;' f'-i l! I ill II til 1 I f ; - , . ' - - --. - -''"MM- - PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. - . '' - , fTruthnd Jmtice." - ' AT-1 IN ADVANCE ; Volume XX. . GALLIPOELS, OHIO, JUNE 14.1855. : Number 29- [For the Gallipolis Journal.] MUSINGS. , Street eve ef May, beside' my window lonely, I look and gate, into those orftk of light Tha shine shore me. The rustlinjr wind through . ' The deep, tinged foliage, alight thinned, cornea soft . And gentle to my brow, as here I sit, , " "', '.' Alone. MtbooI grow full at nch an hour, - ; The Terr tone that woke sweet memones ' throogh Its isles of old, is in mY ear again, and all The hopes, the joys, the ills, the wild unrest, . Of girlish daya, and later yean, throw back Their spell opon mj heart . To-night - Ch what in life's long chia of woe and bliss, I there so dear, aa the holy memories Of pure sacred lore. Tea, my heart is linked To thine, 4ear aheent friend, b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 June 1855

THE JOUKNAL. B DIVED iW FUBLI8BXD JAMES BABFEB, yAt 91 50, invariably in advance. GALL1POL1S. TH.UBSDAT, C . . . JTJ3E 118SS. Jem Ssjsidb or Comximiokxu. The County Commissioners closed their Jane session on Thursday last The . amount ot business transacted was not ; large, luree roads were esiaousnea one in Morgan Township from the State road leading from 8 Mil a Wand1 to Tin- ton on the land of If ah urn Ward, and terminating in thf Sugar road on the -. lands of Win. Clark, Jr.; one eommen- ewg . on . the road from the Keystone Furnace to Porter near the. house .of Thomas Dickerson, and terminating on the eounty road leading from Ewington to Keystone Furnace; and one alteration of a road in Huntington Township, com monly called Gear road. D. W. Prose, on of Daniel Prose of Perry Township, receired the appointment of student from this connty to the Ohio University for a full collegiate course, if he desires to enjoy it. The Commissioners re duced the fine imposed by the Probate Cou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 June 1855

- '".-'WWWi'l'- 1M I EZWAKSOF If AT. ART A 1 1 :tp" vBESG .remedy :: Ar Fatr ndA g;BiBma. Semiittnt f J- . Act"", ar. - ,ae.5efbrBe:wlrereb "" - V ' vTk "SSr iSHSfi" f1 Ww an alarming increase within the last few -2 -Z:and nilr not lTWtlT fatal. -. In many eases, bat Uo lead indirectly to eon- vuxujn- ... B.aaou.a w h. nw . . 'lyeter.KurfthighertiiDpt-tto aoa.y Uiat if i eertain means of cure exists it ,jii.ni.iiwir, ueh a sneeifie doe exist. Rnre'a Unm. "of sis rean of research and experiment diree- . J 1 U 1 1 . . 1 .1 "11 . . 1 highest order, it i now offered totn world as a preparation that will literally txttnuiskFe-1 y sod Ajrn and its kindred maladies, with tbe otrtaicty liu ounguishe. fire. Its effect are not superficial. I reaches the fountain-heads of the disease in the liver and . splene, and purifies the system of the Tim by wbtch it is sustained, "it does not merely -- wutxgmU ftpt-arteau, bat remne tieir cunt, and ' iTmiesscntUl to the health of the resident in the Wes...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 June 1855

Thb Laksxst Sxtr ti'm Wow. Tie public is probably not aware that toe largest snip in mo www course of construction for the United State Ntvy; brl Mr. 8teers, in fee Brookly Nary laid. She is the stetm i. frieate -ISiaeara, - "bne , saya soe HI 1 ... 1 ,T- f..l . . - - isfvins work of art we hare Ter beheld. - and looking upon the faultless curve of ber Umbers, and toe lascinsung sweep of her enormous hull, one feels as eve ry artistic and thoughtful mind must sometimes hare done when gating up on a sleepiag infant or a bans of enma- wua uuuua iu m J Tribune says farther: '. Tr. Viinn ii wa larn the rartresl of the fire screw steam frigates which an bow in process of construction 'for the Nary, and, as we bar stated, the largest ship in the world; and we hare bo doubt that she wiQ be as pre-eminent in beauty and in all the qualities which a ship should possess as she wQI be in : sis. ' V ' f - -, The actual dimensions of this rtfagai- -.- Scent vessel are as follows: Tooage 6 200 ext...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1855

V.V1'.' . 1 o . i ! PUBLISHED BY JAMES HABPER. "Truth and Jaitlce." AT $1 50 IN ADVANCE - Volume XX- G A L t IPOL IS v O HI'O ; J UNE 2 118 5 5 Number 30v i : J. C The following poem, which ire copy . from the Jane number at the Knickerboker, if om of the best thing we foreseen lately, ."1 lent my lore s book one day - She brooeht it back, I laid it br: ,Tni iiiue acner naa to s . She wu to strange, and oily. - But yet we lored indifferent things The spfoatin? bade, the birds in tone; And Tims stood still and wreathed his wings With rosy links from Jane to Jane. " "Far her, what task to dare or do? What peril tempt? what hardship heart -Bat with her, ah! she nerer knew; My heart, and what was hidden there! "And she with me, so cold and coy, ' Seemed like a maid bereft of sense; .But in a crowd, all life and jor, r And full of blushful impudence.. 'She roamed! well: a woman needs A mate, her life and lore to share And little cares sprang np like weeds, And played around Tier elbow-ch...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1855

TEE JOURNAL 5 At t f 60. invariably in advance. U.4LLIPOL1S. THTJRSDAT, r - - .- JOTE 21. 1855. "Chhrch Drrrrcntms. The Pres- 4 tyterian charch in this place la been Jin possession of the Old School body -for some weeks past, and the New School, thinking they had occnpied the " building a sufficient length of tone, on Saturday evening last made an attjP fa retake it from that body. ceeded in breaking a par ont f H ' back door, but th5 Bot nffi r ciently larBdmit,nan,bod7-.- V Al l i i i it ' It appenK ne -"a acD90t memoers were avr"Rt tfie time, but while Mr. John entrance. Mr. Hewv lTill an nntcid member, remonstrated against the pro ceedbgs, and finally struck Mr. S. a severe blow on tie head with his cane. Finding an entrance more difficult than they had imagined; they quietly dis persed. For the past ten dsys or two weeks the charch has been in charge of Capt. J. S. Myers. On Sunday morning, T TIT T.! V 1 minister, took occasion to walk hi while the door of the church was tempor...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1855

' -- -IT tw rw r A T 1 TiTI 1 1 , i. -: ; ring's remedy h v ; er JW ana Ay, lWi". ttvdtmi and -temifc at Freer, a"' 0 Haired ', aft Medicine adapted fat all consti tution andaB chmmtet. Xk statistics of the abort class of diseases how an alarming increase within the last few Tears: and as tney are sot only directly fatal uM, but also lead indirectlr toe sumption ud other maladies of the most dead ' Ir character, ft is of the highest importance to society that if a certain means of ears exists it - ekould be universally known. - 8uch a specific does exist. Rmo't Bxxkdt. a compound of regetsble extracts, the product ted by medical and pharmaceutical skill of the - highest order, it is now offered to the world as P . . i - III Hi II . -i S preparation uu wm ukiuij ERMyiHR r e- Ter and Ague and its kindred maladies, with the same certainty that water extinguishes fi re. Its effects are not superficial. I reaches the fountain-heads of the disease in the liver and splene, snd purifies the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 June 1855

J TflM TWM.TB-POCJO 'CHtfltK.' A returned California relates the fcllov- p ing good ob: - r - - j J. Thelandlordofahotetbiintofboarde, ,and located near the Tekulk Diggings, was presented by bis wife with a twelve- pound boy, which, coming t the ear . of a wag, be circulated the story that the ho6t found a "twelve-pound chunk, ' which ran like wild-fire through the -' place, and caused quite an excitement. - A tew weefcs atterwara a miner worn another quarter taring heard of the twelre-pound ."chunk,", aimed at the hotel, and at once made application to , the landlady for lodging. Her bus Band being absent, she attended to the truest, when the following conversation took place, which should be prefaced by the remark that the story bad eiplo several days before hi arrival, and the landlady had enjoyed the -H wkh the rest; ' - ' - - ' f 'It was your hond', ma'am, wasn't .t who got tb- twelre-pound chunk?' 'He hW some help, I believe replied" she- " 8I7 wugu. -?r -. x CD, i b inrac . i...

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 1855

i - 'if i ; : - PUBLISHED BY JAMES HABPER. "Truth and Justice " AT. I 50 IN ADVANCE Volume XX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 28. 1855 ... , - Number 31. VP TO MY ABSENT SON, BY MRS. S. W. BROWN. - Ob tiy fair brow, my darling bar, r' Oft nave I gazed with food delight, And felt that thou wert far more dear Than priceless wealth or diamonds bright. ' . Oft hare I smiled to see thee climb To rest upon thy mother's knee; 'Twas sweet each little wish to grant, - And join, my darling, is thy glee. Thy yonng heart knew a father's love Then ss thy lips his name could tell, "' Eeriewed thee with parental pride; But, ah! I fear we loved too welL And when I knew that we mast part, I felt thee round my heart entwine, And kissed that noble, polished brow, Convinced that innocence was thine. Oh? since I saw thee borne away, To join the little merry throng, ' My prayer has been that God would keep lij only child from harm and wrong. I see thee now to manhood grown, ' And may thy life be spared to me, To...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1855

THE JOURNAL. 4 IDIRt IIS FUXU8HXD IT . : J A TIES HARPEn, yAt $1 60, invariably in advanae. GALIilPOLlS. - THTJRSDAY, - JTTCTE 28, 1855. Bubo labs aid Chickbh-Thibte. . On Saturday night last the warehouse of Mr. M. Va"db, wu burglariously entered by prying open cue of the win dow blinds, and about one hundred and fifty pounds of bacon and probably gro- - eeries, carried off. This gentleman , had a number of chickens Ue from , his yard the same night' The chicken-thieve hare commenced their depredations earlier than usual, tj in"Avr two hundred chickens t . A IVUtkWJ . - - - ' - . bsS'lrt&j been stolen from our citi- ,--iens. - The following persons nave been -robbed of from one to three dozen re cently: Dr. Morgan, Peter Menager, Gen. House, John B. Shepherd, John Williams, Mrs. . Rachel Hannon, aad , quite a number of others, are sufferers , by these scamps. WeH. nothing else can be expected so long as we have half a dozen idle penitentiary and whipping post birds in our midst...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1855

Retail Prices of Flour at BUCKEYE MILLS, GALLIPOLIS. i Par BbL 1100 8,. ! 50 fcs. Extra. $9 50 9 00 $4 50 2 25 Termi cash on defivery. GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Wednesday, June 27, 1855. Flour, $10 (Kld aOjCoraMeal, . 65 . Wheat. 1 T00 OUiBacon. 8010 Cam. ... 75 Coffee, sack, 1014 Oats, , 45 If. O. Sugar, 6 to 8 Flaxseed. 1 25iLoaf do, 1012 Potatoes. 1 00 to 1 25 O Molasses, 35 Onions, 00 Rice. 80 Drd Apples, $11 25.TXA . ' - Peaches. 1 75 Y. Hyson, 25 to 75 LanLkez. 9(310! Imperial, 50 to 100 VMilun. 40 Gannoirder. 50 to 75 Raes. '3 Bar Iron, . 3X 30 Nails. 4 to Beeswax. 20 Lard Oil, 801 00 Batter. 12Linseed Oil.l 3U1 25 Eggn.. S-jWhiskey. . 0000 Cheese, 810Hed Beans, 2 00 Chickens, 1 001 50,White " 2 000 00 Salt, per bosheL 501 CINCINNATI MARKET. FRIDAY, June 22—P. M. Plots The market was very dull again to 3it, and the oclr sale heard of was 90 bbls at $9,00 showing a further material decline. Pbovisiojo We heard of no sales to-day, Holders have generally advanced their news J.c on Baco...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 June 1855

Tin. Tnro ilD Dk. CtrMMUIO OW THE Sxoohd Cotraa. The Second Coming Of the Lord. It may sound strange to iorae of our readers to be reminded that wr,raa of tbe most eminent Doctors cf the Old Dispensation are still maintaining that tbe day of the Lord s literal per- sonal appearance is rapidly approaching. . We see it mentioned that Dr. Camming, an eloquent Scotch teacher, and a pop nlar theological writer, has published a work on the "Signs of the Times," in which he affiHtes very closely with the Hillerites. - - - His theory is that Christ will come in 1864 that the advent will be whatia termed pie-millennial, or,in other words, that Christ will come oeiore the muien nium, and the millennial glories will con sist of Christ's personal reign on earth for a thousand years that the Jews will be liujrally carried to Jerusalem to be converted 4b at the Moslem power is about to expire, not by destruction of the Turks, but by their converses and absorption into the Church that Pope ry wiil...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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