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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1855

3 PUBLISHED BY' JAMES HAEPER: "Truth and Justice." J AT fl )IN ADVANCE Vol GAL L I P O L I S ',. OHIO ,'. S EPTEMBE R 13. 1 5 5 Number, 42. "T 'in ill' 1:1 It ! SOULS, NOT STATIONS. Who shall judge a man. from manners t ' Who shall know him by his dress t Paupers may be fit for princes, . ; -. . - Prince fit for something else. - Crumpled shirt and dirty jacket May beclothe the golden ore -Of the deepest thoughts and feelings . -Satin-rests could do bo more. There are springs of crystal nectar, Etct veiling oat of stone ; There are purple buds acd golden, " Hidden, crashed, and overgrown- ; ' God whe coon ts by souls, not dresses. Lores and prospers Ton and me, . While He values thrones, the highest, But as pebbles in the sea. Man, upraised above his fellows Oil forgets his fellows then 1 Masters rulers lords remember That your meanest kind of men, -Men by labor, men by feeling, ' . Men by thought and men by fame, Claim an equal right to sunshine In a man s ennobling name. V There 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. — 13 September 1855

THEJOUKNAL. JAJTIES HARPER, t&'Mt 91 BO, invariab?j advance. UAXLIPOLI. THTBSDAY, SEPT. J3, 1855 ,. . rOBT 80TIH0, . Hon,' AIXEV TKETII5LEr " OT HIGHLAND COCHTT. Republican Ticket. For Representative, J0H3T N. CLARK. For Sheriff. AARON RIFE. For Treasurer, WILLIAM NASH, For Prosecuting Attorney, SAMUEL A. NASH. For Surrey or, ALEXANDER VANCE For Commissioner, For Coroner, Dr. W. W. MILLS, is to Dxmocsatio Conim CbrviirnoH. We were present at the Democratic Convention on Saturday. It was well represented by the unterrified, Louis Berthe being about the handsomest man in the assembly, and were it not for their wives (women can always govern us) we'would say there was not a dele gate present but would have taken the premium for ugliness at any State fair. However, after the organisation, the following ticket was nominated: For Representative, Gzokgi Houbx. For Sheriff, Dakiel H. Ross. For Treasurer, Hekkt Sanss. For Commisioner, Akduw RjiGTe. For Surveyor, Jamks Fletchjb. For Coron...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1855

JSThe yellow feTerat Norfork and Portsmouth is still raging to a fright ful extent.- The remaining residents are offering from famine as well as fever. Arrangements bare been made to send 'boat load of provisions daily from Bal timore. . Seventeen deaths occurred at Norfork Infirmary daring the 24 hoars ending at 2 o'clock on Wednesday last, and about 60 are said to hare occurred in private practice. Thirty-seven of the victims were buried in one pit in Potter's, field on "Wednesday. At Portsmouth six physicians, mostly from the North, are sick. Mayor Fisk is im proving rapidly. Dr. Collins, President of the Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad is very ill. Only one man is left out of 18 em ployed at . the Railroad Depot at the commencement All th others are dead. Dr. Kennedy, of Philadelphia, was taken to the Hospital Friday morn ing. Robert Graham and O. D. Stry ker nurses from Philadelphia, are sick. Mr. Syal, Navy Agent, and his family are sick. About 450 cases exist at Portsmouth, 25 ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 September 1855

Gxsv P1ctoh' ' DiTiwmiiTioic. I once heard an anecdote of Picton, from an officer, who was himself at Waterloo Picton, I - waa ' told by- this officer, was wounded' the day before Waterloo, Sat had concealed his hurt, and' with the most heroie fortitude remained in the field. During the night," however, the agony of his wound obliged him to send for a surgeon, who remained' with Sim until dawn ; and, on his leaving, Ptctoa thtu addressed him : r "Tnn t that mr wound is danirer- e-us mortal ; that I am unfit for duty and" must be represented so- to- the JJukef" - "Such is- my opinion," said' the medi eal man. "I think it would be impos sible for yoir to take command of your division." Leave me to judge of that, sit" said' Picton, "and in the meanwhile, al low me to ask you a question. From your long' knowledge of me, do you oonsider me capable of strictly keeping my word ? "1 nave every cause to- believe so returned the surgeon ; "bat why the question, sir Thomas 7" "Simply for this ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1855

4- di Pi Ski. Vy-v- .-: f t VW i-JR-Wi . T,r:i:;ii.! ii -r e " T ' r-f f Ifc;.1 .:.V r'AT PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. and Justice." .AT,l 50 IJT ADVAKCB t-i ii- L I. .' I J i I Ii I : ill ill nl H-::l;7:;;:;;;;' ui f , mm- . III 1 1 1 SI J at ij.it. aaiT ;mi . r' : '.. '." , ' : "Truth Volume XX. i - .. . . . - GALL IPO LIS, ;o Hip, SE PTE MB E R 12 0 . 18 5 5 . JVumber.-43 DECK OF THE OUTWARD BOUND. FROM "ELIZA COOK'S JOURNAL." i w dream of th mkmner tTtre, Tar dcxrit by the com tirmna ..... .1 :1 .1.. :-.J Bow littl we think of the wind and the wave WKor .11 wa lore are on landl 'I Wnen.all we love are on land! ' $te hmrieajie eomea and the harriease goes, And little heed do w take, Tbonch the tree mayenap as "the tempeat ,-bJowa. ; - ''.,-r- ".''And the waUg of onrhomertead ihako. But the northeast wipd tells a different tale, " VHh a voice of fearful sound, ' J ' . Whea a loved one is under a close-reef 'd sail, , Oa the deck of an "ontward bound." '. How wisl.fol then we look on...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1855

THE JOURNAL. xomo a runtsBX IT JAMES HARPER, 3TAt 91 50, nrrariabfy is advance. THURSDAY, . KEPT. 2T, 1855 IDS GOTERROK, ' - IlW AIXET TRimiLE, or HI0H1ASW eOTOTT, Republican Ticket. For Senator, CHAUNCEY G. HAWLEY. For Representative, " JOHN N. CLARK, For Sheriff, AARON RIFE. . For Treasurer, WILLIAM NASH, For Prosecuting Attorney, SAMUEL A. NASH. For Surveyor, ALEXANDER VANCE. For Commissioner, ALEX. P. ROD GEES. For Coroner, Dr. W. W. MILLS. ; Remember the Mass Meeting on Tuesday next 25th inst Hon. John L. Taylor, B. F, Conway and Jos. H. Geiger will ad dress the Meeting. Come out, everybody. he the Thi Chase Abolition Meeting. We were present on Saturday last at the court house and gave S. P. Chase, the king of the woolleys, a full, fair and candid bearing. We were determined if there was anything in the man deser ving of praise, or any claims he might set forth to entitle him to the support of Whigs or any decent, unprejudiced wan,, to give him full justice, as we have done up...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1855

Retail prices of Flour at BUCKEYE MILLS GALLIPOLIS. PerBbL 100 fea. 50 fes. Sxtra. Superfine,,. f$3K tl 62 Terms cash oa delivery. MARRIED In thii town, cm Tues- dav evening by Rev. E.- T. Bin?, Mr. Jon Q. Waixm to Mis Sasab Hrxt, all of this town. :. r j.- , . . On th lTth inst, by th same, Mr. -6.' . i Combtock to Miss Asxuun Rics,' all of this place. - Democratic Ticket. For Senator, i- :. f ;,. i ..... Lxwis Adoxmov. . , , i For Representative, f: '. f i v Gsobgi House. ' -' For Sheriff, , : Dakixl H. Bosk. "" ' " For 'Treasurer, ' ' - ' TaxsKt Saw us. '" '. For Commisioner, t " , AjtDEXW RAL8T0H. , r' ' ' For Sunreyor, . ' ' Jamxs Flitchi, I For Coroner, ,., Jakbs Bastoh. For Prosecuting Attorney, , Victo M. Fibo. -- "I ft DOZEN Water's best Ca steel Shovels; 50 lv Kecs Wheeling Kails, asserted sizes: 3 vlos. Postly A Kelson's extra Gun Barrels, for kale tow ny :-' 1 -" Wadbiu, A Hallicit. t; Sep. 20,1855. . , 5 Juniati Iron, assorted sizes: 25 bars Sanderson Sf Brothers celebr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 September 1855

tljlo note whick'tl iton el"tbe IatelEgencer, received, feppnving of their coarse n the (Deeusskm of national questions, they oh tbe foBowiagad-' mirable and independent snrtnee: ''J " "A public journal which came into existence wim ue nrsv meeuug 01 von gress, at tbe constitutional seat of gov ernment, which was for nsany jean tbe only public journal that gave a regular and. connected history of abe proceed ing! of that body and of the govevn njent, and which in fifty-fire years has ever, from fear or favor, departed from the principle of conduct which it pub licly avowed on Us initiation, must, it the very nature of things, hsve been looked upon with approbation by tbe calm and reflecting portion of both the great partie which then, and for a long series of years afterwards, divided the political opinions ef the coon try. If this had not been the case ft would never have outlived the conflagration of its v office by the public enemy in 1814, and -the subsequent unholy efforts to p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1855

.; . t. ; 2 J ',M ' i 'I J . , ; . V i. Li.) I ! ; ... .i i - .- r" nil ; I - -J TJBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." J AT 91 M IN ADYANCjj GAL LIP OLIS; O II TO , IB E P T E 31 BE R; 27 . IS 55; , , Number 44 r Volume XX- . , .... :' - .j .... s II f wmm From the Journal. THEOLD MAN LEANED ON HIS FRIENDLY STAFF. ' Tl old mn leined on hi j friendly staff, '' ' ':- With tottcriag gtep and slow,'. 4 ; -. Af he picked his way of Sunday mora, To tie chnrch where he lored to go. ; "Hi hairwag white, and he seareely knew - Hi friend aa he passed him by ' feeble and rrail wis his memory now, i And so dim was his clouded eye. He sat in a home-made chair at church, In front of the preacher! ataad, And listened as if in a pleasant dream, ., . "To the words of abetter land. The sunlight fell oa his silrer locks, And his white hair turned to gold And I fancied a sunlight shone from Eearen On the heart of that pilgrim old! But the autumn leaves have fallen now, And the old man sleaps ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1855

THE JOURNAL. IDITID AXB FUXUBHXB BT JAMES HARPER, gWA.1 91 SO, iwrariabry in advance. UAftlilPOLlM. THTJBSDAY, - SEPT, 27, 1855 . , to jormroi, ? lion. AIXE TR1HBLE, V HIGHlAirn OOUTrTT. T""" Republican Ticket. - For 8enator, -, . CHAUNCEY G. HAWLEY. ; ; JOHN N. CLARK. for oucriu, ' " . ' AARON RIFE. ' For Treasurer, '-J. . WILLIAM NASH, For Prosecuting Attorney, : SAMUEL A. NASH. t r rorourveyor, ALEXANDER VANCE. For Commissioner, ALEX. P. RODGERS. For Coroner, Dr. W. W. MILLS. ' OUR COUNTY TICKET. Joss N. . Clark, for Representative the man for the times "honest, capable, and faithful" "in favor of constitu tional legislation upon all subjects tend ing to promote the peace, good order, sobriety, prosperity, and happiness of our people." . And hurrah! for Aaron Rife for til WHO vuvuuw w.wj way qualified for the office mentally and physically. . And hurrah for the whole ticket they are all good men, and worthy of the support of the people. Rally to their support one and all think ab...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1855

PETITION TO SELL LAND. Lewis QnesteL Administrator of Eix A beth Ouesiel. deceased, Tt. " Caroline Ji Cubbase. Rm Eader and Jas. W. Rader ber- husband, Alexander Questel, Sarah F. Borne t and Richard T. . Burnet ber nusband, r rancia Questei, Eluabeth Smith and - Smith ber husband, and James P. B. nWaddelL: ' Court of Common Pleas, Galliacounty, Ohio. y . ; j flW Francis Ouestel. of Mason county. JL i the-State of Virginia, and Elisa - beti Smith, formerly Elizabeth Qnestel ' and i Smith ber nnsband of Ulark -eoanty, in the Bute of Indiana: Ton are hereby informed that on the 21st day of September, A. V. 1855. said administrator filed his petition , in the Court of Common Pleas, of Gallia conntyj Ohio, the object and prayer of ' which petition is toobtain an order, sc., at the next term of said Court, for the - tale ef the 1 following real estate, of -which the said Elizabeth Questel was the full and equitable owner at the time of her decease, and which bas been con . veyed by the s...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 September 1855

MARRYING COUSINS. Day Book has the" following paragraph m regard to a Terr interesting question . AjtEon2 other profound subjects ",din- eussed by tie Association for the Ad yancemeni of Science, sow in session at Providence," Rhode Island, is" the question whether a man may marry fa!s cousin. Some fearfu! examples in the uu eucn aear relations snouia in in termarry.' Instances of blindness, club feet, Ac.; are mentioned. ? The Roman . Catholic and Episcopal churches both forbid such marriages; but In the face T scientific and ecYesiastical authority, we ask what will the objectors to the 1 marriage of cousins do with those eases where children, the result of such mar rigeS are more than usually healthful and intelligent? We explain the mat ter in this way; children sometimes in herit their mental and ' physical organi sations from their mothers, and some times fro ifi their fathers. If two cou sins, who both inherit their constitutions V 1 II L 1 from the same side, unite in matrim...

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 1855

51 I' r I.'i-') .1 .i'!.IVi- -h f i:i ,: .. ' " -f ii j v f; PUBLISHED BY JAMES. HARPER. (' "Truth and Justice." .A.T.S150.-13 ADYAJSCE Volume XX. v G ALL IP.OLIS , O H I O , , OCTOBER 4, ;! 8 o 5 .:;.?; ;n Number 45. FOUR TIMES IN LOVE. The first of all tie girls! loved, , .Perhaps you d like to know, . , I thought for months was purer than , ' The freshly-fallen enow; ; ;,' : I worshipped her from April round To autumn's mellow browa- . . : r . She soldered np my lore, and with ,.- ' A tinker left the townj " . ':: : Theseeond sbone into my heart "' - ' ; As are shine in the sea . ' ' Ah! such a sweet and gentle face Whoever hid but she? ' 1 loved her madly low I loved! And she was warm enongh, . Bat her I caught behind the door ' A taking jailer snuff! , . Then came the third! Gods! what an eye, ' Looked in upon my heart! - Hois' every glance would make the blood - About my temples start! . ; ,With her hew smoothly all went on, '. Until one night, alas! ' When, getting rather clo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 October 1855

THE JOUKNAL. mi aid rmnmx it JAIIES nARPER, yAt9l 60, iwvariably ia adraee- UALLIFOLIS. 'OCT. yi855 roar eovaanoa; UoiLr AIXEV TRDIBLE, r-,.--!. OF HIOHLAVB OOCBTT. Republican Ticket. ' - For Senator, :' : CHAUNCET G.. HAWLEY . .. ., For Representative, -. . ,, ;;" , fOHir'.ir, clabx .. I . For Sheriff,-- ". .!: . xaronetfe;-'- v v::- For Treasurer, i WILLIAM If ASH, 1 Tor Prosecuting Attorney,. ' SAMUEL A. NASH. ,' For Surveyor, ':. . ALEXANDEK TANCK- - it . For Commissioner, , . ALEX. P. EODGEES, : For Coroner, T ! . r. W, W. MILLS, : be of to TRIMBLE MASS MEETING. . Pf Nort&i, Jos. est, A. feullirari and other distinguish ed Jitoeakers, will ad dress the citizens of Gallia county in this place, on r nday next, oth inst. Come, eve ry body. There will be no disappointment this time. the the less and a We the :.Cm Wi Elkct Tbibw? Is question we are daily asked by those who would be glad to vote for him if they were assured that there was any possibility of his election. . In ans...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 October 1855

Democratic Ticket. For Senator, ! Lxwis Aitdxeso". . ' I O Tor Representative,; H ' GxO KG! HoCBX, .:4-!7 For Sheriff, " - DiKIXL H. Rosx. (;,J ,. .r ;K For Treasurer, ; f Hirer Sahks. ; ' , For Commisioner, , ! "': -,:m -i .,j Akdriw Bautoh. : -; - . - . ,. . -t .,;.'. v ' For Surveyor, ' , JL '" , '..wAitx Flitchm. . For Coroner, -; . Dx,. Jamxs Baktok. For Prosecuting Attornej, i'"" .' ! 1 Victorm M. Fibob. ' r Announcements. For Sheriff. X-We are authorised to announce the name ef D. H. Bom at a candidate for-re-electiien to the tlfiee of Sheriff of Gallia county at the next annual elee- tioa. '. t For Representative. ' Mr; Harfxb: Ye will please an- tonnnce the name of LvKXANOIB LoOUB. SZsq., as candidate for re-section for BepreseaUtive, at the October election. and oblige; u) . ; ; " fatKFOS. ; - Mb. Harfbr: Ton- will please an tnnnn Dr. Ei.irha MoROAir as an in dependent candidate for Representative t toe ensuing election, ana ooiige HIS MANY, FRIENDS. THE PEOPLE'S STORE , C...

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

Hwt Jin m.(3ik Guar. . JUed.tbe editor of the Cincinnati Com .feerciaL ''pitched m" to Jea. Geiger in 'tbe fonowiugstautt lrliicb elicited A re "fori from the; General hat is decided! ncn. neaa doiq siaes: , , . "Keen, diminutive and peculiar, Mr. , 9eiger is a example ef the combination ef all the good And bad peints that be- "! long w a smart nm made during the - eartn of material, He is, wall j, lion ; t aot, we beg on lady reader to observe . lor tbeir better-, assurance, as is con tatracted upon the aamds of Africa, or !omea op roaring from the swelling of .Jordan.; jeer the wQigs to-.lei loose one ,ef these ia pofclio place, would be i tYpity o' their Jives. Besides, to insti .iute sucb brutes,' requires time, mate rial, leonine vigor v Mr, Geiger rather .jesembles that far more docile, and 'civilized sort, 'which is easily and fre quently manufactured to hand, during oztaaTs,- dj caretwiy shearing tbe hind quarters of a poodle . We con gratulate the public upon the happy .dif...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1855

is ?T"Jq "" T V O ""T"'.T T"T (VP ii - i "y AtiY rfX PUBLISHED BT JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT- ! IX ADYAN.CE Volume XX GALL I POL IS, OH IO, OCTOBER 11,1 8.5 5 Number 40- I It I . ;i v ' I - :1 ' ' II VILLAGE COURTSHIP. BY CHARLES SWAIN. Tapping at the window, Peeping o'er the blind, Tis really most surprising, He never learns to minttl 'Twas only yester evening, As in the dark we sat, My mother ask'd me sharply .."Pray, Mary, who is that?" Who's that indeed you're certain ' How much she made me start; Men seem to lose their wisdom . Whene'er tbey lose their heart. Yes there he is I sec him: . The lamp his shadow throws Across the curtain'd window; . He's stepping on his toes! He'll never think of tapping Or making any din; A knock, though e'en the slightest, Is worse than looking in! -Tap! tapl-Xwould any think it? He never learns to mind; ; 'Tis surely most surprising . He thinks my mother blind. 'Tis plain I must go to him; It's no use now to cough; I'll ope the door jn...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1855

THE JOURNAL. IDITID A1U PT7BLT8HXB BT JA1TIES HARPER, t3TAt 81 50, invariably in adraBce. "- The election ia Gallipolls passed off. qtuetlr, 5 The. , rote' polled was not are there shonld; have been fifty j more east at least. . yrossing ana "split ting" tickets were frequent." Mr. Clarlt, for Representative fall much below the rote he should hare received, and those Republicans who voted for Dr. Morgan will probably hare the satisfaction of knowing that their efforts for the.r. have elected Gen. House rery grati fying. It will be seen that the Chase faction has ' received, si least in Galli polis, a merited rebuke. - Several old Whgs voted for' Chase who we thought could not be induced to vote Cora woolly,-and when we take in consideration that it was- mainly upon a matter of principle that we supported Trimble in preference to base, although the odds were against, us, we consider they committed an unpardonable breach, one calculated to weaken confidence in thefr' future efforts fo...

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 1855

port GuxetU says: .-- --r. 'The' ridg over the' Mississippi Ttfver is rapidly progressing. The fifth and last pier is now .being built, and in October (he ; contractors think' they! will haveit ready for the superstructure. The season has been remarkably favora ble for its construction, the river being . low sod the weather mild, so that the stone orfc has Tapidly progressed. Th eret center pier is at times almost covered, with men, as many as can work to advantage being employed upon it. We hope to see trains crossing in Janua ry or February next." . , i MARRIED By R. P, Porter, Esq., on the 2d inst., Mr. Johit W. Masahas to Mass Eliza Toffiko, all of Raccoon. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] Mas". 'Mist. Bmo. wife of Samuel Bitif deceased, was a native of Augus ta county, Virginia, and emigrated to Ohio in the year W05', about fifty years ago.' On her arrival ia this State, she found it nearly an unbroken forest, and inhabited by the red man of the forest. Having shared the toil and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 October 1855

iMfTWA-A -r cerUiBi man bit hie to against ft pebble and fell at l iL. - J TT 1 fleauivnjr tv mo gruBuu. 110 was idea, and! under the; influence of anger aha. elf-snfficiencTj he kicked mother earth riant saucily With impenetrable grav ity, he looked to see' the ' earth itself dissolve and come to naught. But the earth jemained and only his. poor foot was injurea m.ioe encounter, j.ni is ji r - i iuo way m uian. axucie m uowa- paper touches hita in a veal spot, and ' straightway be sends to stop hf paper. With great self eomplaioency he looks to see the crash, when the object of his spleetr shall cease to be. Poor fool, he hssoaly hit bk toe against a world. that does pot perceptibly feel tiie shock, and injures Ito extent none bat himself.: i '.'r:' 1 " How to do ir. A gentleman, being forced to sell a pair of his oxen to paj his servant his wages, told . his servant he could keep him no longer, not, know ing how to pay him the next year. The servant answered him, he would serve hi...

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