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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 November 1855

14 - ' n ' ' i ; - r ..r ,:... .- i : Published by james harper. "Truth and Justice. AT tl 50 IN ADVANCE GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 22. 1855. Volume XX, Number 52 [From the Cincinnati Columbian.] THE JEW'S LAMENTATION. Beside the rolling Euphrates, ' When the sunlight played, Ve aat beneath the willow trees, . And wept within their shade We hong oar harps amidtheir leaves, We tooch their chords no more For now we bind onr h arrest sheaves , Upon the Gentiles shore. FromJndah's hills and lovely plains. They're borne ns far away. How can we sing the olden strains, We sung in Judah's palmy day? When I forget thee, nay this hand liefnse to do my will! This heart shall cling to that loved land, " Or this weak tongue be still! ' erusaleml Jerusalem! Thou art the pearl ot price! .The brightest in life's diadem! Thou art my earthly Paradise! Ky. MARY. HON. J. CRITTENDEN. : ... : At a rTeai. American mans uiccuuk , wdbarUcue. held at Falmouth, Kj , v . , , I xion. 4. t. vniienuea ouae tut iu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 November 1855

THE JOURNAL. SOTTED AKD rCBUSBKD BT JAMES HARPER, 7At SI 60, invariably in advance. UALLiroLIM. Thursday, - KCV. 23. 1855 The Late Eticnojre. The elections in NewlYork, Mtsehuwtts and Mary land have, 'resulted in decided victories by the American party. What has be come to be known as the Republican party, was thoroughly organized in New York aud Massachusetts, and supposed by its friends to be invincible. The leaders in this so called Republican party (who are no other ihan the restless un easy demogogues who have - heretofore led on the freesoil abolition column) must be satisfied that this last- dodge a as proved a failure. It manifests be yond all dispute that the people will fa vor no organization in thccoming Presi dential election of a sectional or geo graphical kind. The hopes of accom plishing any thing but mischief by this Republican party, with its declared hos tility to the South, another fall are at an end. But while those elections have knocked the life out of sectiona...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 November 1855

FEVER AND AGUE, RINGS AND REMEDY Ff Peter and Ague, Biliow, Jlemiitent fewer, Asus and Fevar ad its kindred diseases, Ihous Remittent ud Intermittent Fevers, 4 an not only on the increase in every country cities, and have reached localities supposed to oe saie irom ineir visitations, vraiuai j treat ment does not avail; and the preparations Ubefto advertised as cares nave not cnecked . Je spread of the maladies. 2n this Sroergency Rmaa Reuxdt Is intro duced. It is guarantied by sit ears' experi- in the private practice of an eminent Par ian, to bs an absolute specific in Ague and ver, breaking the chills in the most aggra ted cases, restoring the strength and appe- :e, and accomplishing in every instance a xr lets akd pcaMAirEn ecu. The same re sults occur in Remittent Fever, however pro- rtea its aitacss may dc, or However leeoie sufferer may have become. No mineral substance mine'es with concentrated vegeta ble extracts of which it is composed, and its effect a poo the general hea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 November 1855

DELINQUENT LIST. 1854. -',.-! T A bu&dred and '. UiwK TAXZ0. 1 :;,T- - JR. OhtoTowtbbtp Cranston fc Moor Gatetfbdd James 15 15 14 14 iS- 100 '100 '.640 100 640 "262" 262 -640 .262 262 262 262 640 .640 262" 262; 640 SL -3d 22 '29 Richardson Math: 14 -i f : : ,'Soeter "John 16-"4 10 .BosJer,Pb31ip;:-; 4 21,22 4 - 25 4 21 415.21 4 27' V-. Burnet Yiutoef . v '1 ' X CIartohn.-' -, . . i. Clark Jeptba De wit Isaac Jr ' 4 21,22 ,-..DrummondIihrs' ; , ' r -i.;6Je, s Leii5,"Je8Se IS . -j .V ifeaagcrL B 1. ; Eipley David Stewart Scott '.' Smith William"" $.'. Smith George W v Saiith E Northnp S' 25 31 27 '27 26 26 a .9" -do '-do Brown Trafia H .3: V 31 Coffman jtanei' " 14 ' 2 ';V 30 , same- 14 4" .30 same i -'-'" - t?I4 23 25,3di 160 100 100 100 Gates Mosca . ?.14 -t 32., Xedercq Asgnstia 15 4 Menager CJ JL115 4 '. Kewkirk'B A.',... 14 2 Prjlchet LtiramT ' '14 2 ' Pritchet Edward v. 14 2 Eiggs James . L: 14 2 The veiiia Nicholas i i 6 ; 4 Warth Itobert -14-2 . Galupolis Xowsbhip. HcGlell...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1858

. - . -f , T ' a. -m. l. i 'V. ; JIMS HARPER,. EDITOR.. AKD PROPRIETOR. ; It TRUTH. AND JUSTICE." yolume XXIII. G A LLIPO L I S , O III O, fO CTO BBR14, 1 8 8; Vr 1 ; Number 47' - , . . . . M a.;:-, teir Vv ' VYjl -v s mtmn r V ;: - ilf1 ' - - .1 . - r - From the Louisville Joural. BRADDOCK'S FIELD. BY REY. T. HEMPSTEAD. Said one yrhose temple liooe like frost opon . the antnmn plair IHiere nfr -withered stalk, to toll of cam , " mert prides remain,' ' . -"'Mny and mairr a rear has ton, my locks with tine are white- - . Xocks that around my infant trow bang like the plames of Night, -This ear is doll, this arm Is Weak, these eyes v with age are dim, - , , That heard the roar, that strore, that gated opon the carnage crim; I was a yeoth, I lored mjr gan, (Word, the . books that tell r- . - . bf plains where war's hot, crashing bolts on . , fractic thousands fell; . - It was opon tbosa. fearful days wbea e'er the . far frontier" The death-whoop at the dead of night smote" ., on the se...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1858

u if it were the most precious painting in the world and so it iu to him advanced. "Annie dear, what do yon think his lordship wants?' said he cheerfully, bat with a slight hnskiness of tone. The lady smiled her ignorance, and the spea ker continued, "Why, he said he would attend our next harvest home, bat only on condition that we would giro the farm a name." "That would not be very difficult," replied the lady in rich accents. "Sap pose we called it 'Happy Land.' " "No," replied the delighted husband, kissing his wife's smooth eheek, "I ean do better than that. I shall call f omelhing in honor of a certain Lanca shire witch, whose spells called it into existence. Its name, my beloved wrife, shall be 'Maidxh Firmkess, and it is a right good English name, I trust it will endure through many generations," GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. EDITED AHD PUBLISHED BT JATIES HARPER, JtyAtSl 50, invariably in advance THURSDAT. OCT. 14, 1858 Galua Cocutt Film. Agricultural exhi bitions have been more nume...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1858

ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. Halifax. Oct 7. The Royal Mail steamship Canada, with Liverpool dates to the 25th nit., three days later than previous advices, arrived at this port this forenoon. The Commercial and Monetary ad ices are of about the average interest Breadstuffs and Provisions continue dull. .: The Bank of France has reduced the rate of discount to 3 per cent. The in terest on treasury bonds has also been reduced X per cent. The details of the treaty between France and China show that the for mer is to receive 15,000,000 francs as indemnity. The London papers contain nothing new in regard to the Atlantic lele grsph cable. The conflict with the Company started by Prof. Whiiebouse is still continued. The political news is rather nnim bortant. At Havre, Sept 23, Hew Orleans tres-ordinaire quoted at 1121. Brk ads-tuffs Flour very dull and holders are pressing their stocks on the market The market closed with a de clining tendency, though the quotations are generally unchanged. Whe...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1858

Rsif abkabue Evert. Eight sisters, the youngest more than sixty years of aire, worshiped together in the South Church, on last Sabbath for the first time in many years. Here they sat to gether in their childhood and youth ; here their father, ajrenerable citizen who died many years ago, was one of the pillars of the church ; and there, or rather in the old house which stood near, they were baptized in their infan cy by the Rev. Dr. Hopkins of Revolu tionary fame. The sister have long been seperated, in distant parts of the country, one of them having been a res ident of Virginia, and it was a memor able circumstance to meet once more together in the pew which they former ly occupied. Another interesting fact in connection with the meeting was that they listened to a discourse from their old pastor, Rev. Dr. Emerson, who is now in the eighty-first year of his age, and fifty-fourth of his pastorate. Sa lem Register. , Dedt. Ferdinand Armine had passed the Rubicon. He was in debt. If y...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1860

-M ( tt I lip Mi : ' ' : $0$X It if v ; JAMES IIARPER, EDITOR Volume XXV. AND PROPRIETOR. G A LUPOUS, OHIO, S E "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." - " ' : ' -' r....., 81:50. IV kiwkvrv. P TEM I1ET.Tg, 1 8 60. THE SHIP OF STATE. THE SHIP OF STATE. TUNE—"A Little More Cider." Hark! Hark ! a single gun It nanr Just beyond th Fori; The good old 0hipex,9ut,my boy, It coming into ptct. With shattered mi la, and anchor gone, . I fear the rogue will strand bee; Bh eariea now a aoris crew, An) need a nw wmwwiiltf. Caswu Our Linewla is eh man. Our LinawJa is tbemau; With a etnrdy mat. ' ' From th Pine Tree Bute, ' ' Oar Llaauln la the man. Foot year ago ah pat to am With nrmiiwta brightly I learning, II rr hull we (bvtf, her Mil new bent. And i-rrrr pennant arreamiug; fche hived the gale, ah plowed th Wave. Nur feared the deep' emtrnotion, Mj.ttte. uoldy on ahe soiled. Proud inietreo of the ocean. Oaraa Hurntoan waa tb man Buchanan waa the man. flat hi four year' trip, Lwve a crippled ship, Duuhsta waa th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1860

fl IT T IPftT TV. ini'HV II U;.luliU UhlA JUHUAU " -"' BOITH6 Aa roBLlmiBv IT J A SI E 8 II A It F E It . At I 80. invariably la advaaM .pom. t BEPT. 6. THCRflDAT. HSO. National Republican TICKET. , tl ft .' . - - N.. FOR PEKSIDCTT, ' ABRtllin , Of ILLINOIS. . ' FOR VICE PRKStDENTV ' 'H.vin r. H.inin, .OF MAIKIl i State Ticket. Sat fltiprrtnr Jttffa, ' AtOH IIIIINKPRHOFr. . - Vof 1,1,1,. H,r1 Ponlli ViirVt, 4 , . LKVI SiKtiF.T. - ' For AUirtwr - . , 4AMKU HUttVUV. . For OonKraaa, Hon. t urf "A. Tritnlilr, or aoaa ooovrr. County Ticket. For dmnty Auditor! VILLI A hi RAHH. For Pmbat. Juitg., ALEXANDER LOOtlK. ' . For County Recorder. iaHB RNT8MIN0KR. Far CoojiBiUalonw, .' ROBERT CARTER. THE TRUE ISSUE—SLAVE EXTENSION! ' . 8I0K! - ' The flnnilt arc iiUnrAmJl io fttvw thqnc- tlo of th nttnalon of lUvvry npotj Iht aiuotrrt tt will ba utiifttx) with nothinrWa. Bach biDf tha oaaa. tha ttm Atataa ahoald naat and draidc It at onoa aad in Meonlanoa with tha firwt of our ITortbara and fopnUUoa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1860

... l FKOimAMMg T. AMroai Fa.a ow I1.I.... t'norerre A m rctir,. , i Roott. .0 Born. 1 1 1B: FIRST DAY. I a The mrnhm M the Aerienltnral R.T ' .AWnd Hi. rnnckhalriereof the Pair Urm.if Co.. akny, ere relucted to moat t lha oniee, on m-iir .froi.no, at. ni-'"jw the y.lr, at 8 o'clock P. M mioiaoM of in..' I.nw.nb.bfonl,Uhcl.U...-AtU,t-.Uof MM urn th Uoarnitte will iwin their ta- The.cnther of .InVfent Oanrilttee uwt .lierti.el.ae Ok tka .koeiikr. kw . . , , . " . J 1 o'clock P. M ' . ( ' f i . No ComiDtttoM will fooutaa thefirat dav. aa Jfouag hurana,,,n.rae, Jock, and area.. . , FIRST DAY. SECOND DAY. O'clock Aa M.- IK ' . li B n m . I - V. M. -8kJ a HUllloM. ' rmu.l,l Horva. M.lchca Horn. Fort DHtioo H-wm. Smatlt lincin, UorMt. Ri.lim Hciraco. 1..- Purac fiir ful ifcivino Wo (raTclinff wafoa. boot, ImotA, toot, or lie, wilt he allowed ouUiilo of Uie ffrouDd, mo hit 110111a on bui peg uj f. ... 0f the CiMnmtU uf Arramrcme nU. ka.rL..f.M lwVllllttl t A laWtillM llf tk UirwLa. ,J tl.a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 September 1860

TmtAnrtrtM-ThartMttyirboenQAt alder thrmwlTN W44I bred, end who go mnh wsoaietTwboBwrtheleaa violate the simplest! role. K H "J the silly and deeded hbit of saickTing. Tb word if homely, b eirreeaire. We ar MrwaUmM to eonneet mil wiU ttltnr ple-ent and grwfhl; end lengh iotii eelled lr soriM-thing genuinely iniiiinf, wtm wnra im nnicnnnaieiy main trifling nr in rrerseston, or if some nut of th dm i I it4l disarranged; tho theae nitriiiy emuieq yoang lenite, gr genuenea, look at earn other eni anieker. Is it pceaihle," w here asked oorsclree, tht Mies A-,orMiee I., an have txn de- eantly eonneetavl, or respectably ttronglit apt' Like mother, lika i anu. i, wnai ean nave Dora U- IkHM Ufli H hf-never a eertd ntoa them. his tandei M as far M wa sen, Keep a ateady eye anoa aManiekerws; loik diaapprova), aad tha af fret w ill oa iaUiiUnaoua thong lough tha llpa Buy be sUeav. Una sight being preaent at W. Mrty, wa Itotlced a lady, who on entering aiirecteh k atteaUen of aevare. wnalnVbeJad...

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 August 1861

J1 -------m fAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ; ;;;;; y : . ' ; "TRUTH AND JUSTICE." $1:50, nx YANCL Volume XXVI. .: : , GALLIPOL IS; OHIO, AUGUST 1, 18 61. Number, -4. p0S a r- .. .tV. From the Wide-World. LOVE AND WAR, A PHYSICIAN'S STORY. BY OLSEN WILDER. L.- It was daring the height of the ex citemeot which the war of 1812 had ! awakened all over our country, that I jwaa one evening called from a brief .moment of repose upon the sofa, after a fatiguing day. When I entered my tomce, I found a tall, slender yontb pacing the floor with quick, irregular steps, apparently greatly excited. I suppose that the calm, almost cold manner, which I instantly assumed, might hare had a sedative effect upon hjm, for he ceased his harried tramp land came " forward, although he was klill nrecemiblv trembling: buL as evi- Jdentfy, not from any lack of courage rather with excess of that quality, if lone might judge by the light within his nark eye. I bare obserred that the bravest sometimes trem...

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 August 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. IDITXD ASS PUBLISHED BT JATIES HARPER, jtyAt 81,50. invariably ia advanee GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. AUG. 1, 1861. SUBJUGATION. Daring the several months incuba tion of this -wicked rebellion, no word was more frequently nsed bj the lead era South, and their co-adjulors North, than the term coercion. The papers friendly, to the southern came, were load in denunciation of any who. even alluded to proper respect being paid our flag, and that the property of the United Statea should be protected from plunder and violence by force of arras if necessary. Any attempt to re-in- re Fort .Sumter was coercion. All and public property not al- at once be given convince her. new, that bo -tuld fideral l battles, you open the eyes of the South to the fact that you are waging a war of "subjugation." )" ?. Zy Jeff ' Davis, in hi message to his Congress on the 20th inst.in false boU and malignity, far .transcends any document yet produced on that side of the question. Hpw it is possib...

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 August 1861

LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. .Idle Rnmors Deploying upon the ' Western; Pfrtomno-s-Thrnnno; ? Ao coont from Zonave--Thn Bnlti tnore Killed Dd Wounded in the RohtWn Armr Movements ofi Troops Returned Soldiert Gen. MeClellsn Order in Baltimore. BALTIMORE, July 25, P. M. We nre again complicated with nu merous idle rumors, all of which, though tending to create uneasiness with c red Blent individuals, are without founda tion in truth. One report represents the rebels in full force at Fairfax Court House, moving on Washington. The other has General Lee moving forward with an immense army to attack the Federal army somewhere on the line of the Western Potomac, intending to cross over and get into Maryland in the rear of General Scott. This done, the Se cessionists of Baltimore are expected . if they can to rise. ' I have no doubt some attempt may be made to get a Secession army somewhere lodged in our western border, so as to intimidate and overawe the Legislature, which meets again soon at Fr...

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 August 1861

HAPPY LAND OF CANAAN. Vow the battle ha begun, and cm Hajor not An- cereon . ... The traitor's shot and shell have been a rainin', . And Sumter' granite valla hare fell before the ball, ' - fihower'd upon the Happy Land of Canaan. HAPPY LAND OF CANAAN. CHORUS. Oh! oh! oh! ah! ha! ha! ha! ha! Time of the Denteeost ia eominr: Never mind the weather, bat get erer doable. drouble, . ' J am bound for the Happy Land of Canaan. Throughout thi fierce contention, there' one thing -worth oar mention, ,.Id Abe" Lincoln' fir this glorious Union;- He steers the Sip of State and he' going to keep it traight, . . While it speeds safe o'er this Happy Land f Canaan. The rebel new intend Tginst WashuigtoB to end . j ,. Air arm? to secure it destruction : Sat General Seott ia there, with all the "braves" of war ; They'll make en "git" from thia Happy - Land of Canaan. There' th traitor Beauregard, of whom yon all have heard He lead the wicked Tan of rebellion ; We'll soon make him understand that W is...

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 August 1861

-- ? i III ... I - --' JAMES HARPER, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TRUTH AND JUSTICE $1:50, IN ADVANCE.' Volume XXVI. GALL I POL IS, OIIIO,j AUGUST 8, 1861 . Number 38. THE FIRST COMPROMISE. It is curious to observe how early in our bistorv compromise wm introduced an expedient for fettling questions between north and south. When the rst Congress under the new Constitu tion assembled for its second session in 1790, among other perplexing topic bronght before it was that of finance. With this was complicated tnai ot me debt that had accrued during the war. This, which amounted to 42,000,000 ' dollars at the close of the struggle for independence, had, during the disas trous days of the "Confederacy," wollen to 54,000,000, of which nearly twelve were due in France, Holland and Spain, and the rest at home. ' Be sides this there were State debts. Massachusetts owed some 6,000,000, South Carolina abont the same, Vir ginia , three and a half, while 4iher States were indebted to a sufficient amou...

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 August 1861

GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL; EDITED AID POLISHED BT JA.TIES niRPER, 7At $1.50. invariably ia adrance GAIVLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. : : AUG, 8. 1861." X"Tbe gallant 21st Regiment of O. V. M. made their appearance in our town last Thursday, on their retnrn trip home from Kanawha.' Tbe men gave token in their san-barned visages of haring seen some service. Reports from Kanawha are highly creditable to this regiment, in regard to tbeir strict sobriety, good order, and manly bear fog. Tbe citizens of Charleston were eorry to see them leave, fearing others sent in their place might not prove so careful in observing the roles of pro priety and decorum. It was just what we expected to hear of them, judging from their conduct whilst in Camp Car rington. . Tbe boys say they are ready for a three years term, but only under other officers, and upon the exptess condition that they are not to be under Gen. Cox. They are unanimous in con demnation of this officer, and indeed if a tithe of their statements be true...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 August 1861

tfoxii of ni pam.i.We find Mi;.;..' T,.!f!l. intorettinir rara- RPBVT?P"rcir,u' . of correspondents: ' TPiZi mm IStnmti Prisoner Saw: On Monday night a Michigan aoldier who """" 7 ' . . it t. j waa taken prisoner at Boll Bon made Ms eacane- from Manassas, and tester - day be reached Washington, ma atorr is an interestin? one. ' When cap lured by a Lieut. Col. of one of the Georgia regiments he was handcuffed, mmA trnr Fire Z on ares Uken with himi ft.t.iaul anrM - ffNIf dpd liV fllX mfl each. One of the Zouaves askicg for to drink, be was informed his neck would be so stretched in a lew uRTS in n wuuiu uctci avaia r rt.. v tJt.mA -;.t. nn,.ibl . indiankr. During " - j r o a the erening there arose a serious dis pute among some rebel officers at to .11 'a A..-.An pr.BOO w.. " Vu ".'; h! in a manner pleasing to his csptor, ue Va. allowed eirUin privileges wbich be WiseW improved to effect an escape. - i .v . . He saya the greatest consternation pre- 6 ..::. , u. Vailed among the seces...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 August 1861

From Moore's Rural New Yorker. THE LIFE-CLOCK. BY J. W. BARKER. What i thi within my being, ; Ticking, ticking erennore. Like the sound of isiry footfalls , Dropping on tome distant shore? I eaa near it in the midnight, - . '." '. Hear it in the buy day. Bear iU clear and measurad nnmber Wheresoe'er I chance to stray. ' On that mystic little dial '' - There are clear and telling Tine, . Over which the aonlight glitter, And the passing hoar define. Quicker, quicker it i beating, 8wifter more those mystic hands With their lean and spectral fingers t Pointing to the shadowy lands- Bnt the day of life is waning. Soon its shadows will decline. And within my spirit's dwelling Cease the little mystic chime. " Dost o'er all its motions falling. Gathers deeper day by day. Voices, from the future calling. Seem to beckon me away. " Thrilling tales this clock is telling,' As the days and hoar recede. Noting every thought and action. Yet we give it little heed. Sometimes we may hear it ringing, ...

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