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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1855

cub'J -mIIIo InriiiA r.-V.i ;-uit :.w , if.o i IAHHUOl HUT ,, . A A. --fi-t.-rs :J-.V .7iL !iII a A. . :w 1 I'in.i':"'! Il'i.ll rt'l '? 4 Jii.i na!at Vj "it i ail i "Hi I Jill u-i , ! I .- Ik ; J 'st ..'..-; J,. :'fU"r I i-'l !;:....? -V V .-K-I-T.; , PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. .X'1'"', tTV- ? 1"'.'- I i c: : - Tr nth nnd Justice. ? XT 9i SO IN ADVAKct , . .... G A I7L i p o l i g ; o n i a; ;; q c t o b e R; ;i a; , 1 8 5 5 . , ' ;; j j;;;: jvuinber;;-?, .;..r rr . i 1 ' V. -j. I i. .:)-.. .. ' MY FIRST LOVE. MY FIRST LOVE. BY ALARIC WATS. Wa set vhea hop" sod life were ; When U we looted on smiledj i. And-Fancy's wod tronnd nt thtew EncbanunenU sweet and wild: Oars were the ;. fi jht -id j bounding hearts. .? -. h.j 1 The world had yot to wrvg; ', -. The bloom, tbai when it ofeee ideparts, Can koowco second spring:,' 7 .TV - ''m'-' . "'What ihomgh our kve was neer told- .yrpreainea signs atone;;., y j. By signs that would not be controlled,- Its growing strength was shown: ' The 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. — 18 October 1855

THE JOURNAL. rams aid rmam t IIABPER, jSTA 81 K), aawawiablr ia advaare.' UALLIPOLIM. THxrasiuy, oct.jb: 1855 Galua CbtrKTr. Tbe result in Gal til count fc7 gratifying to us, as ft rast by sw thws wbHiawe labored w4tfc te bring about such a malt. While-some old friends tamed away to ittsoeiateVwM'' strangers, new friends were ready to-assist, to keep our ; ranks fnlhl .. Waxhut is the banner township. The Democrats were confident of a Majority in' Morgan township, bat she gWei Vclearf ticket against them none are entitled to more credit than Xht Trimble Republicans ef Morgan town ship, with Chase ea one aide and Med ill on tbe'wther, they haTe Worked success fully." Raeeooa, Perry Harrison and Green, all fulfilled their oresBise. . Oar enemies expected te eonqpor through our divisions and apaUiy -they have been disappointed as may they always This result must be; a humiliating to those who joined our enemies and threat ened defeat to our ticket, are it is gratify ing to the true, .W...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1855

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Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 October 1855

: HoiirBt'' Mnt'sn 'xJ-BSt7TCDii- W record. Jbis morning-jcme of the most frightful instances or baman depravity that ft has ever been oar misfortune to leari , o The- circumstances; ' w niph jsfe- btieffv these,' "are shocking' (bjbnd Jara.Bel:. . '-j'W.r' '" i' Br.., ;A' Gennas shoemaker . nimed Wil--tfam Ebbering, living in this -city,1 on Fourteenth near Madison street, baa for a lona time led an unhappy life with his I Vife. " Their' o'u'arrels:. eud ; dissenslww hare freqaentr disturbed tsa peace of the neighborhood, tie nas on more Shan o'n recession brutally beaten aid maltreated her, arid her life was one bf drudgery and hardship' On Thursday afternoon' lasVabodlroclock, he was 'seated oh his bench,' working at his trade wljen. a dispute arose between them and he made a sudden spring upon her, thatching bet by the throat, and inflicting five wounds upon1' her with a sharp pointed" shoe knifeVhich beliad in his Rand al tJie tiiDrDy o'ue of which was 'sufficient to have cause...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1855

4 I;i 1 . -Ti:.-:.i 0 J A 7 1,,7. 4n o-.D r- ---- -.-,'1 ...... ' K J i. t -. F . , i i us , Ill 1 J; V IP "WWW .i t i 1-1 .TV' " J'tiSTMC: V"''"'-' '4 ' ,') .-;;d .PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. , : "Truth and Justice.'11 I ir V- "' i .AT-tl 30 IN AD YAH CK XX. GALL I POL I S, OHIO,: OCTOBEit 25. 1855 ume ; ;I- J: Number ' 48. rfTF il iifl i i ll:J AW W W iVJil. [From the New England Farmer.] A HOME PICTURE. BY MRS. ANN E. PORTER. 'An old man sat by the chimney aide; ' ' :: " His face waa wrinkled and wan;. -1 - ' And he leaned both hands on hi itoat oak . -cane, . ' i ,-. :-. J, .;' r A if aUhia work wag done. , i . Eit 'eoatwas of rood otd-fashiooed gray, . ' With pockoUboth deep and wide, . . ' -; Where iu "Bpeca, 'and teel tobacco box Lay snugly side by iide . . .. This old man liked to stir the fire, Sd. 'near him the tones were keDt: Sometimes he mused as.be gaced at the coala, Sometimes he sat and slept . . r ;What did he see in the embers there? " ' t, Ayl pictures of other yea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1855

THE JOURNAL. KOffBD AID PVBUSBZD VT . JAMES HARPER, far At 81 60. invariably in advaMpS tt ATjLIPOM. 'jKffRStiAX I Ck, 10CT. 25. 1855 .gPiBBttoBitw. It will be " matter of wforaaUon to many, particu- JSSfffie3 OslneaTpolfcfiirmnnV -vtj,'to ktww-' -the' telegraph line fa m fine working ;order, from Ibis place, and that .dispatabes can. be forwarded to almost f any part Of the coun.j-Mr. B. O. "vf amu,: one of the very best and most "rtiUfjlT and; accommodating Operators 2 fc the. .United, Sta'tes, hw charge ic ibe .office and our- friends, can neat assured rthai this gentleman will put dispatches -r- t : . . . .. , , , i. ;r. - -'hrongb" in tbe shortest time possible. c Wq look upon the telegraph in siieeess fuj operation as one of the most eon ven pient i'institutiona". of the 'age, and are - assured by the manager of this line that in future thing will be conducted right. '"yfi are at present in direct eommunica- lion with Ironton, Portsmpnth and Co- Iambus, and from the latter dis...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1855

friends are tha Millioa-iut irtlignU its enemies, the igipramV-tb bigoted the elfish ud die criminal eooutarfatarl 1 J The honest and unsuspecting are impoeed on by the latter, who ca-'ioosly endangers the lives of the eouBding, for me mere sake .of pattrit ralnl 1 hTe it to a! discerning and the wretch deserves, who could inflict pain and suffering, and hazard the life of 4 fellow creature, for the mere sake of benefiting his c-ewa pocket.-. t-, , r ::,f i ,: t '-- pAUir.'a Gnnrnrs Extsacto will subdue ' the pain and' inflammation from the severest - burns or 'scalds, ia from one to twenty minutes -1 and that it will heal the ' wound without . scars; and effectually cure Fever Sores Piles (Mipuoutv". fuu. Sore and Inflamed Byes unt wounds Bmises Old and Inveterate : SereaBeald Head Corns and; Bunions ; Erysipelas Sprains Swellings Felon s Chilblains- Sites of insects Swelled and Broken breast r Sore Nipples Eruptions and all other in flsmmatory and cutaneous diseases, where the ? p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 October 1855

clip -the. kUowing notion of the death of Mr. Rxu? Kothoib from tie last r Gallia Republicans ;,C r-& j Mr, Rothgeb was a native of Jhis 'ftmotr'anA one" of her 'most bighjy 'gifted sons. He bad truly a metaphysi- ial. mitrd, which was devoted to toe .most useful studies, particularly- the study of matbewatics. .,AH who knew hint wOf attest to the acutenessof his .perception, an J fastness of hls.conclu alone. In mixed conversations, Mr. R. was alwai ready to grapple with the most intricate scientific or Kterary sub eets, which he would demonstrate1 so the humblest conception,' er being to all who heard him, that he was familar with the literary and scientific questions oi . Hr. R. ras a mechanician; and fami lar with that science which treats of the 1hwl 'of equilibrium and motien.' He w prwucu surveyor, ana for sever a! years held the office of eotratr Sar iyeyor of. this county, to the: entire satis faction of tbe people.' ' The records of the 46Bty afford the best evidence o...

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

tit IfiiAllL 1r yym f Ufi -'J- ! .-j : " 'i i .a. JL . ikk. a-a " 'A. Jl A. . rra. 'sky st o PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth. and Justice." AT 91 50 IN ADVANCE Volume XX. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 1. 1855. Number 49. [From the Louisville Journal.] KENTUCKY. KENTUCKY. BY L. J. CIST. IVe heard of bright Itaua's bowers; I're read of tunny. Tine-clad Faakcs; Of Span, tba bud of crange flowers, Dark eyed Seonoras and the dance; And I hare dreamed of sonny skies, By many a Southern dime possessed; But fairer land ne'er met mine eyes Than this first loved my own fair West! I've loved to muse on Axsiosr'i isle, Whose sons are brave, whose daughters fair; Oft ivied tower and ruined pile In fancy rise, and linger there: And dearly would I love to tread Each honored and familiar spot. Where lived and moved the illustrious dead. Where Milton mused and Shakespear wrote! To Scotia auld might I repair, As reverent pilgrim to his shrine Seek "Bonnv Doon" the "Banks of Ayr." And "Melrose fair,"...

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

THE JOUENAL. EDITED AD PUBLISHED BT JAMES HARPER, X?"AU1 50, invariably in advances U.1LLIFOLIS. . THURSDAY, , , . - . 1TCV. I. 1855 "-' farmer named Jomt Bbadtiel , left Springfield township, in thia county, theJatter part of March last, for the West, with his family, consisting of a wife and six children, all in good health. JtA Davenport, Iowa, the father was ta ken sick with- a fevei and died. The mother and children then continued the journey towards their new home, when shortly after two of the daughters were prostrated with the fever and died. The mother then becoming sick and disheartened retraced her steps and reached here a week or two since with the remnant of her family, and took up her abode at the place formerly owned fay her husband. Ad administration notice in another column tells the rea der that the mother too is numbered with the things that were. The four remaining children of a happy family eomprising eight persons last spring, are now confined with the same fev...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 November 1855

[From the N. O. Bulletin of the 17th.] atce vrom TtxkB.-BattU m Mexi co between Texan Ranger and Mexicans and Indian. The teamship Louisiana CapC Talbot, arrived here yesterday. brmirm? tl.tOO in specie and Ualve ton dates to the 13th inst The health of Galveston was good- . .!: The most important news by this ar rival is an account of battle with the Indiana, contained in an extra of the Galveston Civillian, dated on the 14th, which was fonght near. San . Fernando, , on the 4th inst., by the Texan Rangers, under the- command of Captain Calla han. ; . . .- . The Indians, it seems, were Lipans aad Seminole, with some renegade Mexicans, and supposed to snmber 1 . nnn TVa finki 1 t 1 . hours.- Capt. Callahan's force consisted of J-ll Bangers and volunteers. . He reports that he heard the enemy . lost some 85 : men, besides 100 wounded. His own lose was 4 killed and 4 wounded. The battle took, place about 10 miles from San Fernando.. We do not understand by what an thorny Capt. Callahan...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 November 1855

Vtarw Prrw a Rimmin axi . . ... Hoa. The' State Right Democrat; published at t, i Alabama., narrates the following' f 5 Two gentlemen were' feteFy hi' iha woods, when their attention wh attrac ted mproanour none of bogs. Tiiuking .that something ' uncommon m to dst. they repaired to the spot. and found that the hogs had been in a fight .witn a Tery Jarge rattlesnake. The fight, frm appearances, had been S long asd aesperate one. ids snake was torn to pieces; three bogs dead and a fourth dying. ' They say that as the last hoar would exoan, toe snake would raise his head, being unable to do any thing ebe. " The snake and fourth bog soon died. They report that for thirty Yards around the grass and ground was torn np. The snake was six and a half er seven feet long. The hogs, in the fight, had demobshed all the rattles ex cept two. ' ' .' - .TrOUBLI AXONS TBI FbKX LoVEb's. On Thursday night, the police of New York arrested several of the persons belonging to the Free Lover's League in t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 November 1855

J W'MMiinVwi-MrTV- attacks" : -Vi,Al JUl Jill .4 " i :. -. .'.,: '.. " ' .-- v- . s :. : :. : -v; ... J- K- .;V ' ' -: K ' if Sri iiit 4 .!n Ft liTXXl Si I mm L a ill la iy-" -.v u TJB-LISHED BY JAMES HARPEB. , ,', V; v, .... , : - Trnth and ' Jnaticc.J'J '1 !; '!'.,' ' " -' - '- j -,; , AT 1 50 IN ADVANCE Volume XX. .,. -" ;- l;::'- .T'-', G A L II P O L I S Oil I tf, NOYE MBE R 8,18 5 5: - ,., . Number 50. TRUE LOVELINESS. She who thinks s noble heart , Better thiD a noble mien, Honors virtue more than art, ' Though tis less in fashion seen . Thatsoe'er her fortune be. She's the bride, the wife for Be. ' She who deems '(hat inward grace Far surpasses outward show, She who Talaes less the face Than the charm the soul can throw Whatsoe'er her fortune be, She's the bride, the wife for me. " She who knows the heart requires Something more than lips of dew, That When lore's deep rose expires, Love itself dies with it. too; -. 'Whatsoe'er her fortune be, . She's the bride, the wife for ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 November 1855

TUT? TflTTt? MAT n t i J U U Xil 1 A JJi EMTIO' AN TV91IBBX V JAMES HABPEK, tdTkl tt SO, invariably ia advaneev THCTRSDAf.' '- -' - vcv.-t.-isa , '. j Tbx: Mm. Cm ' Bridge.; In an other column will be. found a communi cation from. Mr- Jos. Mac ck, late Co. Commissioner, in answer to the aomma- nkatlon tfcat appeared last week ia ref erence to the IfiH Creek bridge; It' ap pears to hare bee a Jong established role on the part of the Comity Com missioners to appropriate about one- half the necessary expense of all bridges erected ia the cevnty and depend upon donations from citizens for the balanee - The writer thinks there would be a gen eral outcry against the county erecting ridges, independent of private snb serrplroas. Is this we eannet agree with Mr. H. Really there would be less cause for complaint on the part of tax payers who are ia the habit of do Bating liberally, were the eetrnty te build all bridges, for independent of he nig taxed equally os the money appnr- priated by t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 November 1855

PROCLAMATION. William Medill, Governor of the State of Ohio. . - .... in pursuance 01 usuag. MBoia - ed and sustained I by the usual recom- mendationa of the General Assembly, thpugb a-Iopg series of years, and which usage Has always found a sane-; two and ehoerful acquiescence in . hearts -of a grateful people, I, WIL- .MEDILL. GOVERNOR THS STATE OP OHIO, do, by these seute,ppoint and t apart THTJRS- ZlZWlS0 DAuY OF, NOVEMBER NEXT, to be ob-1 served as a day of THANKSGIVING TO ALMIGHTY GOD. for the mani-' blessings of the year which aDout to eiose. While war, itb all its attendant evHs, has been convulsing the naUons of' the old world, and pestilence has been performing its work of death among a portion of our own brethren in the South, tie people of Ohio have been graciously exempted from the desola ting consequences of either. . The lavs of the State have been duly respected; the National Union, in all its integrity and force, has been pre served; the Gelds of the husbandman have...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 November 1855

W.Ynim Tiiiini Th fnllnwin rr A?a '.i,w,mt s . r.if r.u - tj. i, of men wearing thw beards 4 least up on their gland and throat: , f The NSw-York Obaerrarsiys lb 'offi cers and crew f the North Star, Arctic hip;TJ9wii SheeTBear, Art .fferedfsEir .1 r ' tbejH-ijratioa of two winter of six " months each, total darkness, with the thermometer 66 degjbelow the freezing Bointi "Thet aatcbeen withoiif: a gle human being to associate wun, e- eept their own little company for a peri- d of two years, and; a, halfe -During the whole4 period the officers "and crew ceased to use a razor, merely scissors euttirva: and trnBmingTlheir ...facesT and ; heads and there has hot bee on soli tary case "of ulcerated or sore throat among them. - Until within a week, the razor was only 'known by' name '. in the ship, and 'strange to say, invrtredi ately after the faces lost their warm clothlnj seterar found that' the1' coH took effect on their throats.- Not a sin gle man or bfficer has been lost from sickne...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 November 1855

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT tl 50 IN ADVANCE Volume XX. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO; NOVEMBER 15, 1855. Number 51. 1 wmn wu-jiLLJjitwwiji, ju.m fc gw i i r -rn mi mr oth rji mmiwi nwiririwr tiiiumij i i m - . ,-, . . I. O. F. . Be kind to each other! The night's coming on, - When friend and when brother e Perchance may be gone! Then 'midst our dejection, How sweet to have earned The blest recollection 1 Of kindness returned. When dajhath departed, And memory keeps Her watch, broken hearted, Where all she lores sleeps, ' Let falsehood assail cot, Nor envy disprove; .- Let trifles prevail not Against those ye love. Nor change with to-morrow, Should fortune take wing, ' ' But the deeper the sorrow. The closer still cling! . 0, be kind to each other, The night's coming on When friend and wlien brother 't ' Perchance may be gone! MASCULINE AND FEMININE. In England rivers all are Males For instance father Thames Whoever in Columbia sails, . Finds them ma'amselles or dames. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 November 1855

THE JOURNAL. XDITED AXD PTBUBHXD IT JAMES IIABPEB, &kt9i 50, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, i '. NCT. 15, 1855 " 'Cacer or . Comrox Plxas. This kmrt adjourned on TiiesJay- morning to meet again next Wednesday morning, ben It will again meetrdispose of some nafioished matters before the court and adjourn-for, the present term. The amount of business on the docket of the present term was small. ; We make the following memorandum of the litigated business from the docket -. - . :The only criminal case tried was that of Hhe State Vs. Wm. Jeffers, charged with atttering and passing a bank bill -altered1 from a 91, . to $10, verdict not guilty. Nash for State, Cushing and Perry for defence. Of the civil causes we notice the following: John Bowyer vs. A. Holcomb; damages claimed for negligently and unskilfully erecting a mill verdict for plaintiff with 8125 damage Perry, and Cushing for plaintiff, Holcomb and Bradbury for defendant. J. S. and J. T. Myers vs. J.3. Blagg et al., claimi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 November 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. j; .; Opswtioks b hi CaxxxA. The ' principal portion of the news from Se vastopol consist of obscure accounts of the- manoeuvres of the two armies in ie-field, tbe substance of which appears . K. 4V.t lt; : i a systematically in strong force, and that the Russians are retiring in good order, back upon their fortified positions. ' The British and French were engaged in clearing away the ruins of the city. i. he .Trench and bardtntans bad ad vanced from the Tchernaya and Raidar line, and correspondence of the 13th aays the French posts were within nine miles of Bakshi-Serai, also' close to the Russian position at Albat and Airgal, where, if at all, the Russians must make a stand. . The Russians have thirteen, infantry divisions opposite the allied lines, name ly, one division of Guards at the forti fications on the north plateau, two at Inkermann, two on McKenrie's Ridge, ; and the remaining eight guard the series of .plateaus from Bakshi-Serai down to Aitodor and...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 November 1855

Aa Irishman tells the following incident of his first experience in Ameri ca: ., t I came to tbii country several Tears ago, and as soon as I arrived, hired ont to s gentleman who larmea a lew acres. He-showed me over the premises, the siaWes, cow and - where the corn, hay, cats, fec, were kept, and then sent me in to get my supper. After supper, he said to ne- . . f' f "James, yow may feed the cow, and give her the corn in the ear." I went out and walked about, thin king what could he mean had I under-! stood him? I scratched my head, then resolved I would enquire again; so I went into the library where' he was wri ting very busily, and asked him what I should do. "I thought I told you to give the cow some com in the ear."- ' . - I went out more puzzled than ever. What sort of an animal must this Yan kee cow be? ' I examined he mouth and eat. The teeth were good, and the ears like kind in the old country. , Dripping with sweat, I entered my master's presence once more: ; " ' -"Plea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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