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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 May 1853

rv - -! . Jit' it p JtJ Jv Ji 9 - ' I ' " PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER "Trulh and Juitice." ATOSE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OIIlO, MAY 19, 1853. . Number 25. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] CHARITY. 13th Chapter of 1st Corinthians. Descend and dwell with mortals here on earth ; May they be taught to know thy priceless .worth, for nothing can compare with thee on earth. The soul that charity doth ever fill Vaunteth not itaelf, thinketh no ill, Is ever ready to forgive a brother. And never speaketh evil of another. If hidden mysteries we could nnfold, Had. knowledge vast and mighty, yet untold, If charity is wanting in the heart, We surely have not chose the better part The gift of angel' tongues cannot avail. If thou in charity should'st ever fail; Give all thy worldly goods to those in need. xa not tne cnanty lor which we plead,. Although thy faith could even mountains move It ail -were nothing if thou lackest love; : The saint may suffer martyrdom in vain If charity d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 May 1853

Lf xfjaL' I CSS . lTBIJHKakTlS THCBSDAr MOROTHO, Br JAMES HARPER, At the low price of f 1 00, in advance J OAILIPOLIS. Y HAT IS, 1S33 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. Fof GrOVCTHOf, KELSON BABREEE. of Highland. For lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. For Treasurer of State, HENRY BEACHMAN, of Hamilton. For Secretary of State. KELSON H. VAN VORHES, of Athena. ' For Attorney General, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Worka, . JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton; TYPE FOR SALE. We hare a lot of Small Pica, Long Primer and Brevier, which ire will sell cheap for Cash, If application be made immediately. It will be found rerr suitable for a cocxtbt ram. An impression of the Long Primer and Brevier can be seen by referring to the third and fourth pa. get of this paper. ' ' Th Norwalk Tkagsdt. The Coro ner's jury in the case of the Railroad catastrophe at Norwalk, say that the im mediate cause of the disaster was the negligence ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 May 1853

Anniversary Meeting of the Gallia Bible Society. The annual meetinfr of the Gallia B bte Society will take place on the 22nd proximo, m such place as may be desig nated by the Executive Committee, for the election of President, three Vice .Presidents, Secretary.' Treasurer , De pomtary, Auditor, and an Executive Committee of fire. The auxiliary branches of this Society are requested to report to the Secretary as soon as possible. The Executive Committee are reques ted to meet at the office of D. B. Heb ard, Esq., on Saturday evening, the 21st inst., for the purpose of making ar rangements for said anniversary. By order. V. M. FIROR, Sec'y. ANOTHER ARRIVAL OF DRUGS, CHEMICALS, fcc, AT J. 4 P. 1 SAXES', WHICH is one of the largest ani best assort ll incnts ever brought to this market. They intend to dispose of the articles on most rea sonable terms. All who may want any thing in tneir line will do well to call. May 19, 1853. tf fZh LBS. Sup. Carb Soda, a superior article, I OV far sal...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 May 1853

- w on Kaaawfca, Mtan mm Waellw . PACKET. ' . THE led fait lifc-ht Jrrdranpht steamer AURILLA mJ t UUU, J IV. Jn. - far UirM Kanawha and Saline, on Tues days t 9 o'clock A. M. Leaves Wheel far on Fridaye, at 10 o'clock A. M. Leaves Oallipolia f' Wheeling- oa Toeo days, it 6 o'clock P. M. Leaves Gallipo lis for Kanawha on Saturday, at 7 o'clock A. M, For freight or passage apply on board, or to J. B. 51 A LONE. Kanawha. 8. C. BAKER & Co., Wheeling. April 7, 1853. 3m New Spring: & Summer . GOODS, At Head-Quarters, Gallipolis, Ohio. TTTE are now receiving a Targe sup YV. ply of Spring and Summer Goods consisting of black, plain and fancy 1 Dress Silks; plain and fancy Berage; Berage de Laine; Challey Lawns; Swiss, Book and Mall Muslins; Jaconets; - Cambrics; Ginghams; Prints; Crape Shawls; black and fancy Silk Shawls; Cashmere Shawls; Parasols, &c, with variety of Trimmings, such as Swiss and Jaconet Edgings and Insertings; Swiss and Jaconet Collars; Under leeres; Kid, Silk...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 June 1853

. . . . : I ' . PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Trnth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 2, 1853 ! Number 27: THE CASE DECIDED. BY MURPHY, THE MELODIST. Tdiee beautiful jouths, Rorj Mardock; the weaver, : Fat BrsnDon, the Blacksmith, and Thadv OKeefe. ' (The last was the darling that handled the clearer With a grace and dexterity past all belief,) In lore had contended for Flanagan's daughter: She stood in the bar of her father's hotel; And oft, as they swallowed their whisky and ' water, . They cocked op their eyes at the beautiful belle. fihe loved them all three with an equal affec tion. And 'twas quite immaterial which she should choose, For Rorr and Pat had no points of objection, And Thady no sensible girl could refuse. -But the boys were impatient, and begged a de rision; She blushed like a turtle and thus she replied: "Who best of you shall discharge my commis sion, The same shall behold me on Wednesday his bride. "A twig of the lovelies...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 June 1853

;-TTTF..TOTTRNATj. HJBLTSHID EVERT THUR8DAT MORNHCO, Br JAMES HARPER At the low price of 91 00. " dvance. UifcLIPOLH. - JfJlfaTS, 1S33 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. " - KEISOX aiEEERxTof Highland. v For lieutenant Governor, . ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. For Treasurer of State. EES BY BEACHilAN. of Hamilton. For Secretary of State, MELS02T H. TAN V0RHE3. of Athena. Fof Attorneu General, TTILL1AM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Workt, JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. : - TYPE FOR SALE. - We have a lot of Small Pica, Long Primer and Brevier, which we will sell cheap for Cash, if application be made immediately. It will be found very suitable for a oomrrar rim. An impression of the Long Primer and Brevier can be aeon by referring to the third and fourth pa get of this paper. Cockt. Judge Nash adjourned Court on Thursday morning last, having fin ished aft business prepared on the Sat tit dfay previous, but keeping Court open for the retu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 June 1853

Thi Hissus'Fxt. We hare been informed that the ravages of this fly up on the Wheat crop, in certain fields in this county, are very destructive. We hare not understood that this complaint is general, .The Staunton (Va.) Spec tator; ajg that the fly is doing great damage in that county.. The following account of the fly is from the Abstract of the seventh Census: -. . , In 1776, there was entailed upon this country an enduring calamity, in conse quence of the introduction of the Hes sian or wheat fly, which was supposed to have been brought from Germany in some straw employed in the debarkation of Howe's troops, on the west end of .Lone; Island, r rom that point this in sect gradually spread in various direc tions, at the rate of twenty or thirty miles a year, ana the wheat of tbe entire regions east of the Alleghanies is now more or less infested with the larvaae, as well as in large portions of the States bordering on the Ohio and Mississippi, and on the great lakes; and so great c...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 June 1853

he Vinton county Republics has the following notice of th. rapid ad wane of real estate and tie. general prosperity in that part of Ohio: ....... i Oca Tomr anu Cotxtt It is a yorce of gratification tons, as it must be to every citizen, to notice the many ehaneesand improvements going on m our town. Erery one who has given attention thereto, must hare noticed " that there has been more activity than formerly in the Spring business indi cating general prosperity. Our busi aess men are im better spirits, and seem pleased at the prospect of living like the 'rest of mankind.' Our county, too, is gradually im proving. . The farmers are encouraged. Property has greatly increased and is rapidly increasing ra value locations are eagerly sought after in our midst, and we are safe in saying that 9 100,000 worth of property, in this county, has changed hands in the past two months. Indeed, two gentlemen, who have an eye to their own interests, and can ap preciate the inducements held out by ou...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 June 1853

. -L. 1 ... r , a r , . '. I , 3- .'l i-i i; r i'r - i .- : - i PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER- "Trntb Add B(iee, AT. OSE. DOLLAR IS -ADVANCE f. Volume XVIII. GALL I POL IS , OHIO, J U N E :9 , 1 85 3 "N amber 28. [From the Liverpool Weekly Messenger.] EMIGRATION. . Sines now--day there'i every man. Attempting emigration, j "RTiy should not I propose a plan " To benefit the nation? Long have I thought it in my mind, To find a fitting home, Might seem by Nature's self designed, - j i For kindred souls to roam. The brewers should to Malta go, -The loggerheads to Scillr, ; The Quakers to the Friendly Isles, The Furriers aU to Chili. ' , The little, bawling, swalling elves, ) VTho break our nightly nest, ' "While their nurses haste to Babylon, Goto Lapland or to Brest From Spithead, cooks run over Greece, His passage to the Guinea coast, ; The spendthrift's in the Straits. " ' To Genera quick while drunkards hie. At the Needles spinsters be, . "While gourmands lunch at Sandwich Isles, i Twil...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 June 1853

THE JOURNAL,. Br JAMES HARPER, At the low price of gf 00, in advance. UAXL.IPOLIS. JCNEt, 183 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. XTLSOX BARfiERE, of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEX. of Richland. " For Treatwrer of Stole, EEITRT BRACHHAU, of Ham-Iton-For Secretary of State, KELS05 H. VAff VORHES, of Athens. For Attamf General, WILLIAM H. GIBSOX.of Seneca, - For Saortme Judge, TRAITKUK T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public War it, J0H5 WADDLE, of Coshocton. TYPE FDR SALE. We hTe a lot of Small Pica, Long Primer and Brerier, which we will sell cheap for Cash, if application be made immediately. It will be found very Bistable for a ooctttrt tattx. An impraaion of the Long Primer and Brerier can be aeen by referring to the third and fourth pa- get of thta paper.- ....- Teachers' LreniuTi. We invite the attention of all engaged in teaching, or in v any way interested m the improve ment of schools in onr county, to the communication of "A Teacher" in this number of our paper. ...

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 June 1853

The Hillsborough Daily Gazette, of the I inst, says: . ilr. James Chapman, of this place ' brakeman, who was on top of the train yesterday evening, was caught around ine necK Dy the telegraph wire, which! .hadieen lowered to repair it. and ierked from one ear to another, breaking his collar bone, and otherwise bruising and injuring him. The accident happened below Lovelands, while the train was tinder full headway. The wonder is that he was not thrown clear" off and killed. His wounds were" promptly at tended to, and he is getting along quite as comfortably as could be expected. Th Appoiktmbnts. The Evening I'o&t claims as "a Jfreesouer of the straightest sect," the Hon. Peter D. Vroon, of New Jersey, appointed Min ister to Berlin, and Benjamin F. Anell. of New Jork State, appointed Consul to Honolulu. The Post further states that ' "out of the seventeen appoint ments from the slave States, there are but two who were not anti- Compromise men;", and wants to know what we think of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 June 1853

''"" - "" ttt from the Boston Oourier the following t v aiivAccfnl nrverstions OL. company a tutu aty . wjm " " themselTe.s-inAtliepptttJ,iaTeated and brought to great perfection in Eng kn4.frr inatof exploration, in deep water for the wcorery of wrecked pro It is the aame company which C effectuaDr explored the wreck of the steamer Lexington, at a depth of 1S feet, in Long Island Sound, but, in that instance, without succeeding in the jnajn object of the search. It was as certained that the iron sate containing specie was not on board, it having probably been thrown overboard by the upsetting of the wreck before it reached its final resting place. The success of the company, in the case here described, is sufficient to prove their efficiency, and the great value of the apparatus, and we doubt not they will be instrumental in the recovery of large amounts of property lost by the perils of the sea: Submarine Doings The Wreck of. the Forest Queen. A company of wreckers in Province tow...

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 June 1853

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER- it Truth and Jaitice. is - 1 AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. G A L LIP OL IS , OHIO, J U N E 10, 1853, Number 29. ' "" ; ' it iV--' ; r J A. - ix . - I ' r mr . s - -it ::- . - .... V. If 1 A. AA A. AA, , 1 . , , ' M -I riSftX in if nil r i TO MY BROTHER. - Devest brother, take this token Of s sister's love for thee; . And when earthly ties are broken.. Twill remind yon still of me. Thou art leaving scenes of pleasure, Kindest friends, who lore thee well, For California treasure, , . In a distant land to dwell. Father, mother, fain would keep thee, ' In thy childhood's sunny home; Brothers, sisters, grateful would be, If you would not wish to roam: But our influence can't detain you, Ti for gold yon leave us here. So we bid you a long adieu, With a sigh and falling tear. m Sadly we shall miss thee, brother," J jTWhen around the fire-side hearth, "The vacant place, filled by no other, M"ho like thee would share our mirth? . We shall miss thee in the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 June 1853

THE JOURNAL. rVBUBBXO KTKBT fHtTBSDAT MORSISO, Br JAMES HARPER, . At the low price of $1 00, in advance. GALLIPOLIS, Ihhudac. - - JClatI. 1S33 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. . V ' For Governor, NELSON BARRERE. of Highland. far Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. For Treomrw of State, EENEY BBACHMAN, of Hamilton. For Seeretam of State, KELSON BL VAN VORHES, of Athena. For Attorneo General, . WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. Far Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For zrf of Public World, JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. Last Winter's Legislation—Probate Court. Had the Ohio Legislature repealed the law providing for the publication of the laws in the county newspapers of the 8tate, instead of modifying it into the present bungling and worse than useless act, it would hare justly entitled them to more credit than all their last winter's acta are likely to gain. But through fear of the consequences of a direct and honest vote, and ignorance of their plain duty, that body (and ...

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 June 1853

ANNOUNCEMENTS. JtAnnouncemenU most be accom panied with oki dollar, otherwise they i will not be inserted., Ma. Hastes: Ton will please announce Jomr P. 9reaiT, of Harrison, at a candidate tor Conner, at the ensuing election, and oblige MANY VOTERS. Gallipolis, June 16, 1853. NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. From the Newspaper Advertising Agency of . S. M. PETTENGILL k CO., 122 Nassau it. If. T.. and 10 State at. Boston. MORSE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF Yellow Dock Root. THIS is a Purely Vegetable Compound, scien tifically prepared from the best Roots and Herbs of the Materia Medica, and has gained an unrivalled reputation for the following ef feet, via: Krsralaflwf awl MtrragtlMtalMS the UveT - saw Digestive OrgaMM. aad SJIeassslasj Ike IUn..CB aad B.wrU, and thus cranio all Billions Diseases, Liver Complaints, Indigestion, Costiveness, Piles, Headache, Fever and Ague, Jaundice, Nausea, Loss of Appetite, Ac, and causing the food to nourish and support every part. aw Pat ifylnsf I he BlaoJ, -l thu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 June 1853

The Tiobotao ot x Pbihce. The Jxmdon correspondent of a North Ger zaaa paper relates a story with regard to the way in which Prinoe Albert discip lines his children, which the V. T. Tri bune translates as follows: The Toa prince stood one day in lissom rfbe P-ace Wl"dr' S tbTwindow, whose panes reached to Se floor. He had a lesson to learn by heart; but instead, was amusing him self by looting out into the garden and playing with his fingers on the window. His governess, Miss Hillyard. an earn est and pious person, observed this, and kindly asked him to think of getting his lesson. The young prince said; "I don't want to." "Then." said Miss Hillyard, "I must put you in the cor ner." "I won't learn," answered . the little fellow resolutely, "and won't stand in the corner, for I am the Prince of Wales." And as he said this, he knocked out one of the window panes with his foot. At this Miss Hillyard rose from her seat and said: "Sir, you must learn, or I must put -you in the corner." "...

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 June 1853

vV "mx AfY . PUBLISHED BY JAMES "HARPER. Troth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 23, 1853. Number 30. ADDRESS Before the New York Historical Society at Metropolitan Hall, by the Hon. Edward Everett, on Wednesday Evening, June 1, 1853. . , Ma. Pbesidkkt axd Gkktlkmks or tbx Historical Socett: Although I . appear before you at the season at which the Tariou8 religious, moral, and philan thropic societies usually bold their an- nual meetings to discuss the stirring and controverted topics of the day, I need not gay to you that the proprieties of this occasion require me to abstain irom such subjects; and to select a theme fal ling to some extent at least, within the province of an historical society. ' I pro pose, accordingly, this evening to at tempt a sketch of the history of the dis- . covery and colonization of America and of emigration to the United States. I . can of coarse offer you, within the limits of a single address, but a most sup...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 June 1853

culture, to the log boose of the frontier -eettler, the cabin of the trapper, and the tjntm of the savage. Within this rait domain there are milliona of acre of fertile land, to be purchased at moderate prices, according to ils pos ition and its state xt improvement, and .there are hundreds of millions of acres 'is the state of nature, and" gradually Sold at t&e governmeui. privc vi uuuar . : r and a iua vw. It is this which most strikes the European imagination. ." "The Old World is nearly all appropriated by individuals. There are public domains in most for eign countries, but of comparatively small amount, aad mostly forests. With this exception, every acre of land hi Europe is private property, and in such countries as England, the Nether lands, 'France, Germany, and Italy, 'what little is sold is sold only at a high price. I presume, the number of land holders in England is far less than in the State of New York. In the course .of the French Revolution the land has been ere...

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 June 1853

GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Wednesday, June 22, 1853. CORRECTED WEEKLY BY DELETOMBE & CO. . wneai, , 75; Bacon. 810 Corn, 451Coffee, sack, 9K10W 30lCO. Sugar, 5(3 6 7580Loaf do 1012 30 N OMolaaeee. 30 Oata, ., Flaxseed, Potatoes, .Onions, 40Rioe, .5(g6 JVd Apples,100gl 25 ,T " Peaches, Y. Hyson, 25 to 75 Lard, keg, Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax,. Batter, Ecsr. 71 imperial, 50 to 1 00 Gunpowder. 50 to 75 Bar Iron, 2f4 Sail, 56 20 ' 20 Lard Oil, 1 00 12'Linseed Oil, 6, Whiskey, 90(31 00 1820 75 001 25 68i; 'Red Bean, Chickens." 1 001 M.White Salt, per boabel, 30' MARKET. June 17, P. M. Floor. Prices ranged from 13 85 to 4 05. r Receipts very light and the market extremely qaiet- Provigioni The only sale to-day was 6f0 bU Mess Pork at $14 50. Bacon is held at 5J5c for Shoulders, and 66e for Earns. Groceries. Prime Sugar 5Jc Rio Coffee 9g9c Cheese 6 to 7c. Bark. The receipts of new are quite libe ral, buttanners being mostly out of stock, the demand is good and $13 to $14 are the cur rent rates...

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 June 1853

Journal. RtrutoiD to Chilli coth. Tbi road must be built, and that too very soon. There is no such route to be found in the SUte. i It is surprising that our men hare not embarked if "k ! ibre this late day. lf ? from the CIufe.nl doubt . . :0liL LiZ rete stated last 1 " , ,l . Arpliminar svrer of the ;rw route between Columbus and nMiliVnthe was about to be made. It .ffXnt.W much pleasure to say. now, hat thatsurTy. baa, been made, and thaOhe result is highly satisfactory. The surveying party arrived in town last evening, d Capt Pomeroy, the engin eer reports the line tj be one of the best to be found any where. From Columbus to Circleville it im perfectly straight. From CircleyUle to' Chillicothe there is but one curve, and that a very slight one. ".The grade is a very low one, and the . ' -entire distance 4s dhly forty-two miles. " . When it is remembered that the valley .through wnicn tins roaa is ran is one of t&e ricnesi m we wona, it wui oe easuy -understood that ft is an...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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