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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 July 1855

DaAMAHO Ioia Monxx. The in-J imitable, incomparable, uaapproacha- ble, unmanageable Lola Montei has been playing an engagement before im- mense audience in San Francisco, and is about to go thence to Australia and th V.nxt Indies. Ibe prestige of sue cess has not yet left her. . : MARRIED On 27th June, by Rev. E. V. Bing, Johh T. Bxkby and Mart J. Thompson, of Oallipolis 0. OBITUARY. Departed this life, ia Addison, Gallia Co., O., June 14th, Elizabeth, wife of Joseph Mauck, aged 71 .years 1 month and eight days. The subject of Utis notice ru bora in North nmberland Co., Va., mimed in 1802 in Page Co., Va., and in 1819 moved to the place where she ever afterwards lived and died, She bore her last illness, which was of right weeks duration, without a murmering word. Baid at the early age of seven years, she was left in this world without parental protection, felt conscious her Savior had been her nearest friend, and would now do what seemeth best. She experienced religion at an early ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 July 1855

THOUGHTS. Ko dwelling! so dangerous u a heart iwollen with pnde, last or ambrtton. If God be for us, who can be against it? If Ood be against xu, who can be lor usi - To die of thirst in sight of a fountain, , to hare feet and never walk, to hare powers and nerer use them, are kinds of folly quite common in religious con eerne. Thoughts even more than orer acts, mark the character. If he shall hare judgment without merer, what shall be the end 01 those who are tyrants in their own families? Anarchy is worse thaa any despo tism. It is as great a mercy to be kept from error as to De aeuverea irom it. If the poorest and most suffering child ol liod Cia for all nil sacrifice, hundred fold in this life. . and in the world to come life everlasting, the gala el godliness must be immense. "While mutton, the most nutritire of animal food, contains only 26 per cent. of nutritive matter to 74 pounds of wa ter wheat floor contains 90 per cent, of nutriment to 9 of water. Potatoes, on the other ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 July 1855

..; q .,, -,. f.r t . .. , .. . .. - . ...... i . . . f'jf S 1 :' I 'If fjl j '-'if 1 f A. PUBLISHED BY JAMES HAMPER. "Truth and Justice." AT tl 60 LN ADYANCE GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, JULY 12. 185 5 Volume XX; Number 33 FILL NO GLASS FOR ME. BY S. C. FOSTER. O, comrades, fill no glass for roe, Todwwn ray soul in liquid flame; For if I drink, the toast should be - To blighted fortune, health, and fame. - Yet, though I long to quell the strife feat passtou holds against my life. Still boon companions re mar be. , Hal, comrades, Mi no glass ior me: . , f I know a breast that once was light, S Whose patient sufferings need roy eare I know a heart that once was bright; J But drooping hopes hare nestled there. ' Then, while die tear-drops nightly steal ' From Wounded hearts that I should heal. Though boon companions ye may be, ' O, comrades, fill no glass lor me! When I was young I felt the tide. Of aspiration undefiled; But manhood's years hare wronged the pride My parents centered in their ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 July 1855

THE JOTJKNAL. EDITED AN rURLISHED BT JAIttES HARPER, yAtl 50, invariably is advance. GALLIPOLIS. TSUllSD'AT, 4th or July. Our town was ex ceedingly lively on the 4th. The boys amused themselves with firing Jackson crackers, pistols, guns ard cannon, and endesyorrag to- soak the old fire engine so that it will hold water. A party of some sixty or seventy ladles snd gen tlemen assembled on George's creek, about six mBes above town, where they sad a general "good time."' All pass ed off well, and in the evening they "trip'd the light fanlastie toe" to merry Basic s the U. S. Hotel. Accident. On Wednesday evening last, while the boys were firing a can non on the Public Square, ayomgman in our employ named Geo. W. Brows', was seriously injured in the face by a premature discharge of the gun. He was smoking a cigar at the time, and bad his face immediately over the vent, which was considerably enlarged by re peated firing, when ft is supposed a spark from his cigar ignited the pow der, wh...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 July 1855

lMAGiWir MoasTss. In ordrr to . 6. r-, . ,, , , - than to recur to the L: .e parable sicken vl,-' some time sinoe.on the border -of Wales hr u itenerant preacher of the Evan- " gelical Alliance: "I was going towards -lhe hills," he aid, , "earlvjone misty morning. ' I saw 'some-ling on. lie mountain side, eo Strange looking ihat nearer to k, a louna U was a man. 1 When I came slili nearer I found it was - a W a. . ' - taj brother." . : -' A late London letter says: Mr." Van Bnren and Mr. Fillmore were both pres ent in the galleries of thejlouse of Cam" mons dnring the debate on Tuesday sight On Thursday night Mr.B right alluded to this fact, and took occasion to pass a high eulogium'on our country. GKEAT CUBE OF RHETJMATISM-The Editors of the Richmond Republican, f.ter 24 1852, say that Carter's SpanUn Mixture is no attack medicine. - . They tad a man in their fires room: who .was afflicted with violent mererinal rbanma-. . tism, who was coctinnaUy complaining of mis ery in the back...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 July 1855

Th. Gmat Pacixq Match. The 'contest between Eero and Pocahontas eame off on the Union Course, "Long Island, on Thursday afternoon. The Timet gives the following account of! the race: - Fear 4 o'clock the horsea were scored several times in a very quiet manner, and whHe preparing to-receive the word, some $5000 or $8,000 was staked on the result, with Pocahontas the favorite, at $1,000 to $6,000, which, it will be observed,' ehanged hands in double quick time. The drivers finally an nounced themselves ready, and taking a long start from the draw gate at tee . earriage entrance, they ca-ne up to the Judges' stand in beautiful style, and being about "neck and neck," the Judge holding the flag; gave the word "go." They darted off to the "quarter" with out either gaining or losing much. However, the jig was up before passing the half mile pole, and Hero made a bad "break" and acted very wild and ugly, McMann was therefore, not crowded in the least, and not satisfied with having the race ...

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 1855

j I, If ill PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT tl 60 IK ADVANCE GALLlPOLJS, OHIO, JULY 19. 1855. Volume XX. Number 34 [For the Gallipolis Journal.] JACOB'S WELL.—(GENESIS 29TH.) The well with "living water" flowing, Cheers the thirsty travler's eye, j' Around, the pastures green are growing, ' . And three assembled flocks are by. ""Why, shepherds, stand ye waiting here, '.The panting herds impatient lie?" Jacob demands, while drawing near, ' J , "And still the ton is riding high!". Mow haste, and water ye your flocks, . And lead them to the heath 'ry dale, . " Amid the high and shelt'ring rocks, - Or to the peaceful grassy Tale."4" They said " Tia not our custom thus y -To water some, till all we" see; " Nor can we, till the stone for ns, ' They roll away then water we." "While Jacob's melting tenderness, ' The shepherd's pitying heart bespeaks, Bachel draws near, all tenderness; Eer father Laban's flock she keeps. When Jacob saw the daughter fair,' Of Laban with the...

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 1855

THE JOURNAL. IDITID USD rUBUBHXO BY . JAMES HAnPERf , fyAt 91 60, rar&riabfy in adrance. CfALLIPOLlS. THFRSPAT, - JTJXY 19. 1855- Thi 13th or 3vir CoirvxirTio. : Late on Tuesday we received the pro ceedings of the Convention, held in Columbus on Friday last Astonishing a it may be tothe right-thinking, hon orable Totert of Ohio; this "convention, in the face of the grievances oy the people from excessive taxation, misrule and misgovernment in every shape, nast and present, waived every consid eration for that of the welfare of the negro and nominated Salmoh P. Chase, a red-hot. retf-mouthed Locofoco abou tion disnnronist for Governor of Ohio. And it now remains to be seen whether the citizens of Ohio will disgrace them selves in the support of this ticket with Chask at the head". We have not the first particle of confidence in the man, and his cause will onTy rivet the chains of the negro the tighter.- He received the nomination By a clear majority of forty on the firat ballot- ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 July 1855

ASTEOJTOMICAL DtSCOTlBT. It 18 aid that one of the incidental resells of the Japan expedition if the discovery that the Zodiacal light a belt extend- ing taureiT iroupu vu c r we he maimer ui - 6 . "" has excited a good deal of interest among? astronomers, and Prof. Fierce, of Cambridge, considers the fact estab lished by the observation taken. : a There were 2? deaths from cholera in Cincinnati daring the month of Jane i Religious Notice. Eer. J. L. Mooax, of the State Con tention, will preach in the Baptist Church, in this place, on next Sabbath, the 2 2d inst, at the usual morning hour and in tbe afternoon at the Springfield church; Gallipolis, June 19, 1855. ETHoofland's German Bitten, prepared and sold by Dr. Jackson, at the German Medical Store, 120 Arch at. Philadelphia, daily in ' crease in their well deserved celebrity, Tor the core of all diseases arising from derangement Of the Liver. These bitters hare, indeed, proved a blessing lb the afflioted, who show their gratitude...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 July 1855

Kibtsch - Primes a' bt thk Aluid- Teoop3. An Irish sailor is the British M t V.. - A .I-.., . 1otr'A Via fn.. mer employer in the county of Cork, in which, after giving an account of the capture of Kertsch, he says: . Houses were ransacked beautiful ones, too their valuable contents were taken, the Tillage set on fire. The place was in one continued blaze. The Rus sian army, on our arrival, retreated as fast as they could, bat our ships shelled them prettily. I saw many horses run ning without their riders in the retreat. It was a splendid sight to see the batte-1 im hrrvw no alter car; buujc unumv ef shells erploded in the air, togethe: . with the embrasures. The people of Kertsch treated fellows with creat kindness. day tney are on the march to overtake the enemy: laey nave, i- 30,000. VYe Durnt an vneir swya, . rin'r shin is like a fair. Some of out men you see dressed in the best of wo- wifn's clothes, dancinff 112s; more mm soldier's uniforms, parading the lower deck; others tr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 July 1855

6,? 'J . i .1 J'.. : 'I'll' si 111 t CI ftl Y.I lit- 21 IM il -' ' il 111 mim , . - - - r r ' - ' .--.. ,; i PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. - - "Truth and Justice. . v ,, . AT tl W IN ADVANCE Volume XX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 26. 1855. ; Number 35 SPARKING SUNDAY NIGHT. RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO THOSE GUILTY. Sitting in the corner, , On a Sanday ere, With a taper finger, - Beating on your aJoere; - Starlight eyes are easting On your face their light; . . Bless me! this is pleasant Sparking Sunday Bight! . How your heart is thumping, 'Gainst your Snnday vest How wickedly lis working. On this day of rest: Honrs seem but minutes, . ' As they take their flight; Bless me! mint it pleasant Sparking Sunday night? Dad and Mam are sleeping , On their peaceful bed. Dreaming of the things The folks in meeting said. ' "love ye one another? ' Ministers recite; ' Bless me! don't we do it Sparking Sunday night? One arm with gentle pressure Lingers round he- waist. Ton squeeze her dimpled hand. Her pou...

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 1855

THE JOURNAL. KDOTD AVB FITBLISHID BT 3Al 81 60, invariably in advance GALLIPOLIS. iMI Pvhps. We have good substantial pumps in all the public wells on the 8quare, which are of 'home mannfae ture, and apparently everything if in complete working order, and if any of oar friends wish to take good sweat just spread yourselves at the handle of either of these and pump until the spar kling fluid appears. ' A warm bath is small potatoes to it. If these iron pumps hare been placed in the wells for pub lie inspection, we - can inform the trus tees and manufacturers that the curios ity of the public has long since been indulged according to desire, and we are now ready to reap some of the ben efits.' They are about as hard to keep primed-as an old mnsket we used to "soger" with, and a great deal harder to ."shoot" after t'aey are primed. But don't hurry yourselves, gentlemen, cold weather will soon be upon us, and so will Christmas and the Fourth of July. Take it easy, according to Gallipoli...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 July 1855

Tb pay f tha British private soldier ia to b doubled ,wb3 in active service, the' difference being placed to each man's credit in saving bank until bis discbarge.- f V ,! . , Grasshofpms. Tbe grasshoppers bare devoured nearly all the crops in the Territory of Utah, and tbe Mor. mpns are threatened with a famine in tbe, land-. It is said that tbey push themselves out of tbe earth by billions and trillions and their flight is such as to darken the sun. BTHoofland's German Bitters, prepared and old by Dr. Jackson, at the-German Medical Store, 130 Arch St., Philadelphia, daily in crease in their veil deserved celebrity, for the cure of aB diseases arising from derangement of. tbe Liver. These bitters hare, indeed, proved a blessing; to the afflicted, who show their gratitude by the most flattering testimo Dials. This medicine has established for it self a name that competitors, however wily their schemes or seducive their promises, can not reach.' It gained the public confidence by 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. — 26 July 1855

TmtoftiTT a Ja --One of Smon Bag? first financiii experiments vu to ioctey Mr. Jones out of considerable um of money, nd to exchange torses, .nr nretence that he (without a dol lar in bis parse) is harrying on to buy the same lot of land which ho has worm Ad out Jones to be on his way to pur chase. Suggs overtakes the traveller, and as the Captain struck his heels against Ball s aides, Mr. Jones seemea to grow nervous, "Whereabouts does your land lie?" le asked. "Up m Tallapoosy," replied Suggs, and again he thumped. Ball with his heels. Mr. Jones evidently grew more aneasy. "What part of the country? be ask ed. "Close to the Chambers' line, not far from Dodd's store. Get along Ball!" was the Captain's answer. " "Stop, auV if please perhaps I would like we'd better perhaps" gasped Mr. Jones, in great agitation. "To be sure we had," said Suggs, with great cmg froid. "It's jist as you say; but what the , devil'a the matter with you? are yon going to take a St? Jones explained that he ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 August 1855

tr : i : 1 ' PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT 1 50 IN ADYANC GALL IP OLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 2. 18 5 5. Number 36 Volume XX. . -, . ' tm 1 'f. . Ill IH ' 1:1 131 ! El II IStl I l H I f I - I t 1 I 3 I 1 I I 1 I I 111 - I THE WIND. !)' The wind is a bachelor,' - . : r '. -, y Merry and free; He roves at hia pleasure O'er land and o'er sea; He ruffles the lake : : And iisees the flower, - And he sleeps when he lists, . : 1 In a jessamine bower. .He jives to the cheek Of the maiden its bloom; He tastes her warm kisses, . ; ' Enjoys their perfume; ,v But, truant-like, often The sweets that he sips ' Are lavished next moment Y" . On lovelier lip. THE REVENGE OF ÆSOP A blackhead once a stone at Esop threw; "A better marksman, friend, I never knew," Exclaimed the wit, and gaily rubbed his leg; "A hand so dexterous ne'er will come to beg. Excuse these pence, how poor I am yon know! If I give these, what would the rich bestow? Look .look! that well drest gentleman you see; Quick...

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

'THE JOURNAL, KDITIO ARD PUBU8BXO BT . JAMES niRFER, yAt $1 50, invariably ia advance, GALLIPOLIS. THTTRSDAT. - - - '. AUG. 9.1855. Oua Mabkts. We are opposed to favoritism, even though we are the re cipients, a it leads to ill-feeling on tie cart of others less fortunate, and is dia metrically opposite to the principle of justice.' But there are a few individu als in this town who seldom darken the market house with their presence, and others who can come in at the last hour, and be provided with the choicest cuts of beef, while the regular attendants .. upon the markets, and consequently the most worthy customers, half the time are compelled to purchase the refuse ' pieces. There is less distinction and more equality with the citizens of Oal lipolis than any lown we ever lived in, this renders it agreeable and pleasant to all, and speaks volumes for the intelli gence of the inhabitants. But why this distinction on the part of our butchers is more than we can conceive. Is their mon...

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 1855

tTOse Editor of -Scott's Weekly Paper," one of ihe largest literary and family newspa pen published in Philadelphia, says: ' 1 ' "Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, manufae tared by Dr. Jackson, are now recommended by some ef the most prominent members of the faculty, as an article of much efficacy in cases of female weakness. As such is the case, we would advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, -'and thai save themselves much sickness. i Persons of debilitated constitutions will find -these bitters advantageous to their health, as wa know from experience the salutary effect - they have upon weak systems. j Sold by J. 4 P. A SAJTNSand BAILEY A MAGUET, Gallipolis, and by dealers in medi cines everywhere. T - H ' August 2, 1855. 2w - ' CTA SECRET FOR THE LADIES sow to fusesvs beautt. Don't ase Chalk, Lily 'White, or any of the so-called cosmetics, to conceal a faded or sallow complexion. - -" If you would have the roses brought back to your cheek, a clear, healthy and transpar ent skin, an...

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 1855

Ovxhdoiso th Thj3. There was once a Methodist preacher travelling in the summer. There had been a pro tracted drought, the earth was parched and dry, and vegetation wilted. At night oar Methodist friend stopped in front of a boose- which belonged to a widow lady, and asked permission to May all night. The old lady told him that bread, was scaree, and that the did not know whether she could spare enough to feed him and his horse. The traveller answered her that he was a minister, and if she wonld allow him to stay all night he wonld pray for rain. Upon this she consented, so that night nod next morning toe preacner put op Jong and ferrent prayers lor rain, and again went on his way rejoicing. .The night after ne left there came a tremendous storm. The old lady, on retting np in the morning, found her garden flooded, her fences swept awar, her plantation washed in gullies, while ruin and devastation stared her in the face. Turning to one who was standing by, she said: "Plague take the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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