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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1855

A i i. n a . Air a.n... b;..-ji rjpr .(r,r...A5jr.15r PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Volume. XX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 9. 1 S5o "Truth and Justice." AT tl 60 IN AD VAN C Number 37 BE GENTLE WITH THY WIFE. . Bereatle for 700 litUe know. How muy trials arise; Although to thee they may be small, ' Te her of giant sise. "Be gentle though perchance that lip May .speak monnaring tone; ' The heart mar speak with kindness yet, And joy to be thine own. . ' ' Be gentle weary hoam of pain Il'a woman's lot to bear; -- - Then yield her what support thou canst, And all her sorrows snare.. ' Be gentle for the noblest hearts At tinea may hare some grief. And eren in pettish word - Kay seek to find relief. Bejrentle none are perfect here Thou'rt dearer far than life; Then husband bear, and still forbear - - Be gentle to thy wife. "HALLOWED BE THY NAME." 1 TFhate'er may be man's faith or creed, Those precious words comprise it still; - We trace them on the blooming mead, We hear them in the flowing ri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1855

THEJOUENAL. KDITKD 1ID FTTBLI8HID BT m JATIES HARPER, 7 At 81 60, invariably in advance. WALL I POL I. THURSDAY, . VJLlTG. S. 1855 g3T another eolamn will be found the proceeding of the Holcomb meet ing, held in Springfield jtownship, on 8atnrday last They repudiated, the Gallipolis Journal as tbe Republican or gan of Gallia county, bat passed a res olution ta bare the proceedings of tbe meeting published in its columns. They also require all candidates for county offices to mount the btaclc horn along side of tbe genera, in order t secure tbeir support. Tie general, we are told, particularly severe on erery thing that does not wear wool, bat his I object we do not as yet clearly, under stand. There is something surely in tbe wind, besides tbe smell of a Kve African. He nses oar name as though he had a pre-emption right to it, but let him flounder, there' a snag ahead for aim. 1 ; &-Gen. A. T. Holcomb held forth to a crowd of eighteen persons (inclu ding himself) at Kygerville, ...

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 1855

STThe EditX 6fjtrTrBkly; Paper om pfthe largest literary and family newspa, pert published id ITiiladelphia, Says: 1 ' J "Dr. Hoofland's Oennaa Bitten, manufae tand by Dr. Jacksoa are bow recommended by tfom tf the tooat prominent members of the faculty, u u article of much efficacy in eases of female weakness.- As coca is the ease, we would advise all mothers to obtain a bottle, asd Jttaw save ' themselves iaroek aicliess. Persons of debilitated eonstitotioaa wul find those, bitten advantageous toUieir health, M wc knew froit experience the' aalntar effect they hav upon weak systems. ; , ;i Sold by J. P. A SAKi'S tod BAILEY MAGUET, 5 alii polie, and by oealers in medi. cine i- i ; n-ial . August 2., 1855, 2w a . t ErX SECRET POK THE LADIES Sow to msETx BEAtrrr. Don't use Chalk,' LOy White, or any of the so-called cosmetics, to conceal a faded or sallow complexion. ' " ' If y ou ' would hare the rosea brought back to your cheek, a clear, healthy and transpar ent skin,and. life and r...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 August 1855

Pxabas. Pearls are highly rained and cost a great deal! they are found xoosUy in the East India oyster-ahelis; tnougb mey adorn lair ladies, tbey art caused by a distemper in the ovster. which produces this hard, white, shining body, usually round. They are sometimes found . in the common oyster shell, the mussel and several others. An oyster-man once told me he fond two or three in the course of a year. Philip IL of Spain bad a pearl or the size of a Digeon's egg. AO pearls are formed of the matter of shell, and eonsut en a numoer 01 costs, one spread orer the other like the ser eral coats of an onion. What is called mother of pearl, is not of the pearl oyster, but of another sea' fish of the oyster kind. On the inside it is white and smooth like pearl, bat tbe outside mast be cleared by aqnafor tis before it looks polished and white. Mors Laicd. Tbe fault of manT i farmer is his appetite for more land. However poorly cultivated, whatever land be has, he wants more. The next field ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 August 1855

' f r ' r i ' ' i t -l c. TJBLISHED BY AMES HARPER. Truth and Justice." AT 81 50 IN AD VAN C Volume . XX- GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 10,1855. IV umber 38 J IS el id YIELD NOT TO DARK DESPAIR. Hast thou one heart that lores thee, In this dark world of care, -Whose gentle smiles approve thee? Yield not to dark despair! ' r One rose, whose fragrant blossom . . Blooms bat or thee alone One food, confiding boeoro, '' ' Whose thoughts are all thine own? One gentle star to guide thee, ' And bless thee on thy way. ' That e'en when storma betide thee,' '' ..Still lends its gentle raj? ; , One crystal fountain springing 1 Within- life's dreariest waste, Whose waters still are bringing . fiefreshraents to thy taste? One tuneful voice to cheer thee, ': When sorrow has distressed One breast when thoa art weary. Whereon thy head to rest: Till that sweet rose is faded! And cold that heart, so warm; Till clouds thy star hare shaded, Heed not the passing storm! Till the kind voice that blessed thee, A...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 August 1855

THE JOURNAL. EDITED AHD PUBLISHED FT JATCES HARPER, t3Tkt 91 50, invariably in advance J YliLII'OLI. Thursday. - Atra 16. 1855 Noma atioit or Ex-GovERiioa Alles Trimble, or Hiohlakd Cotnrrv. The American Convention that assembled at Columbus on Thursday last, was large lv attended by "those who love their j - country, and who desire to stop the cor ; raptions which have too long disgraced To avert the disgrace the State of Ohio has sustained bv the. nomination of Sal mon P. Chase for the office of Gover nor, and to guard against the everlast ing stigmy that would result by the elec tion of this abolition disunionist, the friends of good order and government assembled on the 9th inst.and nominated the Hon. ALLEN TRIMBLE, of High land county, for Governor. He was a j 'favorite Governor of our State in times when a thought of disunion was ab horred as a crime; a man of lofty per sonal character, and strong and manly intellect.' The dark clouds of disunion that hang threalningly over 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. — 16 August 1855

ETA gECEET FOB TEE LADIES now to mean ltturr. Dont i Chalk, Lily White, or any of the to-called cosmetics, to conceal a faded or sallow complexion. If yon would have the roses brought back to your cheek, a clear, healthy and transpar ent akin, and life and rigor infused through the system, get a bottle of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and take it according to directions. It doe not taste quite as well as your sweet meats; but if after a few doses you do not find yonr health and beauty reviving, your step clastie and vigorous, and the whole system re freshed and invigorated like a pring morn- ing, then your case is hopeless, and all the valuable certificates we possess go for naught It is the greatest purifier of the blood known; is perfectly harmless, and at the aame time powerfully efficacious. ; And for sale by J. A P. A. SAJfKS, and BAILET MAGTJET, Gallipolis, and by Druggists everywhere. August 2. 1855. Announcements. For Sheriff. XyWe are authorized to announce the name of D. II. R...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 August 1855

Premium List. AT a meeting of the Gallia Connty Agricul tural Society, held in GallipolU, July 14th. tie following List of Premiums in agreed upon, as also the time aad place of holding the Bext annual Fair, which will be in GALLIPOLIS, ON THURSDAY A FRIDAY, . the 4th and 5th days of October next. ON GRAIN AND OTHER CROPS. Best 1 acre of wheat bottom land . $4 00 2d do do do do 9 00 Best 1 acre of wheat up land ' 4 00 Sd do do do do 2 00 Best 1 acre of com bottom land 4 00 2d do do do do w Tfest I acre of corn up land 4 00 2d do do do do . 2 00 Best 1 acre of oats 3 00 2d do do do 2 00 Be half acre of beans 2 00 Best one-fourth acre of potatoes 3 00 2d do do do do 2 00 FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. TCKXS. Best plough for general ase 1 on do two none waggon - 2 00 do 2d do do do do do -.' do do do do do do do do do do do do do -do do do do. do do do do do do do do buggy manufactured in county do do do harrow corn cultivator horse power har rake reaping machine , . thr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1855

-4 rea ,,;.-,.-, So sit - c S S -.IV .i si vst '-': -? r j 4 a 2a r . ' ,1 j . j t(i .! ! .oHrt-.eoil -.1 a- i I ,-a-. .rr. -w-iw .'.' l. PUBLISHED 3 Y JAMES HARPER. 'Truth and Jottice." AT t 60 IS ADYA5CB Vblume XX; GALL IP OL IS , OHIO; A U GUST 2 3.1855. Number 39 7; REMARKS OF JOS. H. At a meeting of Whigs opposed to the At a meeting of Whigs opposed to the election of S. P. Chase, for Governor of Ohio; made on the 19th day of July, 1855. ir If j it- .TbelastUmeIapiMc th..staDd I?t- j Ptt7Sf Pf 4,8Senu. FhUcbody PCEdso.. Olds, deoeased. . I am now here to make a mortem examination of the xemaina fonaSalB-. P. Chase, who at the 13th ,.f July eftnrention .was made "dead unto sin and alire unto righteous nessf-nd is now- presented to the peo- , ' -.i . , i i j-5 , pie of Ohio, blameless as a candidate f a v for the office of Gorernor.. The pun- , . .Xi , , .. i fym? process of that convention obhter-1 . j h . i . j . ; Bled all his foul antecedents and bap- ........ . . t X. tized ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1855

These art merely specimens from an abundant crop of opinions, Vat they are sufficient to make you pwad of your nominee. Ia be not a pinkT la he not a whole collection of beautiful flower? Smell him, taete him, feel him, hear him, look at him, and to which erer of the aensee yon apply him ia he not a perftct bmutyl real oat lor him your load nutzas, rex ue welkin with clamorous exultation, let old Whig voice be loud -and joyous. It will be a prsud day for on when you deposite your Dai 10 m ia favor; he is tuci m good man, tuck ontiint man, end it hat done to muck for you. How enviable you are in haT' ing such a candidate.-; ie, are pure Christians, for if "smitten on one cheek -ye tarn the other." or ye srepusillani mous eowarda and dare not vote against a trickster whose wbole poliUcal exis- tenee has been one of absurdity, duplic ity and wrong. ' -- -' : Lrt me now proceed" to prove that TJh&se isaJMuimer. in former times the man charged with such a "horesy was hissed aa a trai...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1855

Announcements. Announcements. For Sheriff. MpW are authorised to announce the name of D. H. Boss as a candidate for reflection to the office of Sheriff of Gallia county at the next annual elec tion. . ' t .'' . , .. , . . . . . , . jiyWe are authorixed to announce WniuK Hpkt at a candidate for the office of Sheriff; subject to the will of the Republican County Convention. , , .,rWe are requested to announce W. Waddlx, 2d, as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election. yW are requested to announce Nathiitoi. A. Fisbzb as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election. For Treasurer. yWe are auiborized to announce Ws. N-sa as a candidate for the office of County Treasurer. . ; ' Ma. Harp: You will please an nounce the name of Robxrt Black as a candidate for the office of Treasurer of Gallia county, at the October election, and oblige '' Hia Frikvds. For Representative. ' Mr. Hasps: You will please an nounce the name of lsiakdsb Lootra, Esq., as a candidate for re-election for Re...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 August 1855

Premium List. AT a meeting of the Gallia Coanty Agricul tural Society, held ia Gallipolis, July 14th. the following List of Premiums tu agreed upon, as also the time and plaoeof holding the ext annual Fair, which will be in gallipolis, on Thursday & . FRIDAY, the 4ih and 5th days of October next ON GRAIN AND OTHER CROPS. Best 1 acre of wheat bottom land 4 00 2d do do do do 9 00 Best 1 acre of wheat op land 4 00 Sd do do do do 2 00 Best 1 acre of corn bottom land 4 00 Sd do do do do 2 00 Best 1 acre of eora op land 4 00 3d do do do do 2 00 Best 1 acre of oata 3 00 Sd do do do 2 00 Best half acre of beans 2 00 Best onrfcorti acre of potatoes 3 00 Sd do do do do 3 00 FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. TU1XS. Best plough for general use do two none waggoa 1 01 2 DO 4 00 2 10 do Duggy manufactured in coantr 2d do do do do do harrow 1 0' do corn cultivator do horse power har rake do reaping machine do threshing machine do washing do do barrel of floor - do beehive do half d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1855

If ; ..jib. A 4 .-..-it! 1 i r. xi ? i 1 "t-2 3 ,m.M.:i.' .'-j-j r.r. : i- i'' 1 r t ... " HI . ,1 r.: . .;:f .1 -ii.'O L34 s.- " ' ' -- f -,.: PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." . 7:.:.i , AT II 50 IS ADVANC GAL LIP OL I S , O H I O ,f? AUGUST 30.185 Volume XX. Number 40 : '. !: 1,- f-i -i .! . " 1. ... .r ,...r I I , -V II II r I 3 i l.-CHY'Y 1 - . COURTSHIP OF THE ELDER ADAMS. Kama ! am iffA T arwafit Vacation id the town of Weymouth. Norfolk County. Mass. Whfle there I ttended church one Sunday morning, t wh at was called the Old Weymouth Meeting bouse, and heard a aermon from the venerable pastor, Rer. Jacob Norton. About the same lime I made Mr. Norton a -Visit, and became much interested in the old gentleman. I men- tioned my agreeable visit to an old lady Cf the parish, whose acquaintance 1 had made. She informed me that Dr. Nor ton was ordained their pastor when he was about twenty-one years of age, and that he had been with them nearly forty years. She observe...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1855

TEE JUtJMAL ; . : i JEDITEB AID FUBU8BID BT v r"At SI 50, invariably is advance' 4i TiI,IPM. THURSDAY, ;. Atra. 30. 1855 0E COfSKirOK, 4 ITon.' ALLC TRmCLE, Of HIGHLAND COUHTT." " Tn Appsoachikg Election Irs In -portahcb, ad oca DutY. The persa vering efforts of oar old opponents, the Locofocos, and the ."track and dicker" faction, that will sacrifice all to the elec tion of Chase, are being pnt forth to mislead the public, mind by- raising new issues, many of them imaginary, and all foreign' to the proper and le gitimate questions to be passed upon this fall. . Open one of their pipers, or listen to one of their stampers, and hardly a word can 'you find or hear relating to questions of State legislation J not a word about an unequal and un just tax law, nothing of reform in State expenditures; banks, finances, official peculation, are all passed over' in si lence, crushed- out and sacrificed, for the purpose in the one part to prevent investigation into,' and punishment of, misdeed...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1855

Announcements. Announcements. For Sheriff. JlbrWe are requested to announce AamRi?i as i candidate for Sheriff, subject to ihe de deeion the JtopubE- . ea County Convention, ition, and oblige his aims. X-We are. authorised to announce , the name of D. H. Rose as a candidate cfor re-ltion to the office of SberiFjof -Galka eountj at the next annual eleo .tiep.wK V f . ' .' -ajWe are authorized o announce -WiltJait Hurr as a candidate lor the -office of Sheriff, object to the win of the Republicaa County. Convention, X XWe?re -.requested to announce ."Wm. Waddle, 2d, as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election.' ",'1 We are requested " to announce ITathasikl -A. Fishkr as a candidate for 'Sheriff, at the ensuing election. ... -: For Treasurer. "We announce the name gustus W. Wood, as a candidate for the office of County Treasurer, subject -to the nomination of the ' County Con vention. 1 if V Th CbOTTT. ' fc' JtyWe are authorised to announce Wk. Nash as a candidate for the offic...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 August 1855

Premium List. IT a meeting cf th OaT.ia County AtTiCal A turn! Society, held in Gallipolis, July 14th. the following List of Premiums was agreed upon, as aim the tine cad place of holding the e annual rar, wniea wm p m ; y i : GALLIPOLIS,- OX THUESDAT , : ---FRIDAY. ;, ,.,'; :;, v the 4th and 5th days of October next. ; ON GRAIN AND OTHER CROPS. Best I acre of wheat bottom land1 3d do do do do Best 1 acre of wheat op land 2d do do do t , do ; Best t acre of Corn bottom land 2d do do do- do Best 1 acre of corn upland 2d do - d -do - do r . .- Bestl acre of oaU ; -; , . . , V 2d do do t-do ". i... 'Best half acre of beans Beat ono-fourth acre of potatoes 2d doi ....do , .j do do.; 3 t 4 00 2 00 4 00 2 00 4 00 Jt Off 3 01 ; w w J 09 SCO FARMING IMPLEMENTS AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Best plough for general use '. . I do twohorse waqrgon -. " do buggy manufactured m county 2d do do do do , do harrow ; : -f . "do corn cultivator - " do horse power har rake do reaping machine : : ' '.' ': ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1855

v4 - w 3 1 .Vt'i..f.-Vv. PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." rAT 81 50 IX ADVANCE Vol ume XX. GALLI PO LIS, OHIO, S EPTEMBER 6. 1 8 05 iVumber- 41 . i t v J A, , ill" m 1 [For the Gallipolis Journal.] MY WISHES FOR J. E. S***** May thy days glide sweetly en, ' ' And majst thou m happy be, - ' " A the bird that carols Ha merry songs ' , Away in the wildwood, free. - ': Kay thy home be a bright sunny spat, UTherever in the wild world k be, - May peace ami lore fall to tby lot, . " And ever sroile sweetly on thee. - . ilay peace b around thee, where'er thou revest, ' '". . May life be to thee a gammer's day, And all thou wishe&t, and all tho lovest, . - Cone smiling aroand tby sunny way.. As half in shadows, half in son. This world along its path advances, May that side that the sub is upon, , Be all that shall ever meet thy glances... , BY YOUR FRIEND. 'TIS A GLORIOUS LAND. BY W. J. PEABODIE. Our country 1 'tis a glorious land ! - Witibroad arras stretched from shore t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1855

THE JOURNAL. IDITSD AHD PT7BLI8HID XT JAttES II A II PER-3TAt 11 60, invariably is 'advance. AlLf POE.IM. TETJESDAY, SEPT. . 1855 . . ' FOB OOVWUTOB, lion. AIXEV TRIUBLE, or rOHlAHD COUTCTT. Republican Ticket. For Representative, JOHN N- CLARK, For Sheriff, A AEON RIFE, For Treasurer, WILLIAM KASU, . For Prosecuting Attorney, SAMUEL A. NASH. . ForSnrveyor, ALEXANDER VANCE, For Commissioner, For Coroner, Dr. W. W. MILLS'. Copktt CoirruftTOir. Tlie conven tion last Saturday was very fully at tended. Clay and Goyan townships being the only, ones unrepresented Not only were the delegations fulf, but were composed of our best chirens. We fear not to say that never has 4 con vention assembled in Gallia county, that embraced more worth, intelligence and patriotism, than Ih at of last Saturday. After the contested seats were disposed of, the convention was harmonious, and rapidly disposed of the business before it. The number of spectators present during the day was large, and we heard only...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1855

v;: , KSW WHOLES AXE - Ready Made Clothing WAREHOUSE. HAMPTON & CAMPBELL, (Of tiu laU firm tf IImytnr Wilton $ 0.,) Kb. 83, Third St., between Wood and . r j- Market, PITTSBURGH, PA. 'IRE now receiving their stock of fall and A winter goods, to which theycall tne atten tion of Wetter Merchant. Among their as sortment will be foond - -j MEJT AKD BOT8' CLOTHETQ . Of every possible description; also Troy and Hartford. Ebirts and Collars, Wool, Merino and Cotton Undershirts and drawers, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs, Men's Hosiery, Sus penders, -Cravats, Keck Ties, Stocks, Gloves, ic. Alio, a general assortment of ... INDIA RUBBER GOODS. We intend this stock shall always be one of the largest, tne Dest turnished, and the most beantiful and complete to be found in the Uni ted States. Our connection with one of the largest houses in Massachusetts, where the ut most care has been bestowed in their manufac ture, gives us advantages which will enable ns to sell Goods at Eastern Jobbers pr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1855

A RiMiaiABLj Mix. The Boston iMsss.) Times sayso "There is s gen eman residing in this city, who came kere S3 years ago from England, and brought with him some three hundred guineas of his own hard earning, with which he commenced business as a gro cer on a small scale. Little by little be increased his trade, and at the present time he is probably worth more than any other man in Massachusetts in the same line of .business. During the period of twenty-three years, he never gave a non ef hand or took ote; he never sued a dan and never was sued himself, nor ever called to the witness stand in aBy the whole oeriod. He ner er was naturalized, and of course nerer voted, although he has paid thousands of dollars for State and eounty taxes. He has been known to buy a cargo of West India goods amounting to 530,000, for which he paid cash on deliveay. He nerer deals ia or drinks intoxicating 1! . 1 ,1 liquors; never gives a aoiiar ior a enar itable purpose.wb.ere he thinks his name will app...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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