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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 August 1853

: -4 1 5. . i , -Mr PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GAL UGUST 4, 1853. Number 3C. ' '"'''"J' PI . Ki l l (i! II NOT IN—THE WIDOW PUNISHED. BY ALICE CAREY. - Bh waited jn the drawing Good Mrs. Mabel Moore; . Six flounces of a pretty lace Were on the dress she wore; Upon her bosom a Trench rose, And on her cap some satin bows. ,' One little foot just peeped without HerpetticoaU so white; - . ' Her hair, a little gray, twas tone, Was pot in curl and bright; . And sweet her fiances shone around, As if some good thing she had found. .. The clock was on the stroke of eight,' And still she sat apart, . Now listening close, and laying now ' One hand upon her heart; And toying with her curls and rings, : And doing other girlish things. - At length a step was heard, and then A ringing at the door; , "Five minutes and a half too soon," Said Mrs. Mabel Moore. . ' - Then to her maid "It is no sin, Go quick, and say I am not in. "For if he l...

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 August 1853

THE JOURNAL. rUBLISHED BTXRT T1TUBSDAT MORNTNO, Br JAMES HARPER, At the low price of $1 00, in advance. OALLIPOLIX. . . AUGUST 4, 1833 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. For GovtTH0rp SXLSON BABRERE, of Highland. For Lieutenant Gaaemor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of BichlamL Far Tfrtmrrf of State, HENRY BRACHMAX. of Hamilton. ForSeerelarwofaU, NELSON H. VAN VORHES, of Athena. Far Attarnea General, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. Far Board of Pultic Work. JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. People' nominee for Committiouer of Common School, LORIN ANDREWS. Whig Primary Meetings. The Whig Central Committee hare is sued a eaB for a County Convention, and fixed the time of holding the prima ry meetings, for the selection of dele gates. The Committee, in calling this Convention, hare followed the rule es tablished by the County Convention, two years since. The union, harmony, and consequent ly the success, of the Whigs in Gallia county, this fall, depend much, very much...

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 August 1853

FOREIGN. The steitcer Arctic reached New York on Ce 23d. .The news is more war-like thuv ilia last arriral, yet Eng land and France don't, seem to think there is much danger: Kesselrode, the Russian Minister, has issued a new circular, more impudent than the last, claiming that as Russia ' 1 T ' - 1 ' " . 'A 1 occupies we rnncipaiiues, n oecomco the duty of the French and English ' titiU to 1 occupy the Turkish waters, nd hints rather clearly that the Rus will t fuse to accede to any reeon : ' -jons 1 1 til tharrt n'-h and English " are .-"thdrairn; bnt,, expresses ia's wu2bcfr.ss to evacuate the c virtues when her de nands jie fully T; js note has paruly openad the eje'of the Europeanpublio, who now ""see the necessity of bricirimj matters to a settlement,' Russia's object being merely to gain time!4 . render her position impregnable, scarcely admit ting of the possibility of a war, and public opinion now begins to press for something decisive. 1 - The public have been continually ...

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 August 1853

Siductiof Attempt it Suicide; sxit Ioabbjaoe under Picuuar Cib cricsTANCis. A boarder at tbe GUI House, Centre Wheeling, was confront ed by a young lady, in company with her - brother, on Thursday, openly charging aim with seduction, and urging yehe BJentJy, the fulfillment of his promise to ,.rrr her. To eive weight to the argu ments used, an ugly looking reTolrer was presented, and matrimony or death proclaimed as the only alternatives. A slight tremor crept over his frame, and his knees smote together somewhat like Belshazzar's. but after a little while, thinking discretion the better part of Talor, ne mumblea oui nis couseu w wedding, and the unwelcome visitants returned to the M'Lure House, where they were stopping. Sowing them out of the door our he ro reclined upon the sofa, and gave loose reins to his passions. He cursed himself for his rashness, swore vengeance against the parties, and worked his mind into a perfect phrensy. His misery proved too much to keep to himself, an...

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 August 1853

u4 - 'If': f'lIirM TOT ' i - .11 i i . I-..- I -l . . : . !.. ; v- 1 r . . . " -. , . ,- PUBLISHED BY JAMES HAKPEB- "Truth and Justice.'? AT ONE DOLLAR IJT ADTAXCB. V Volume XVIII. G A L LIP O L I S t O H I O," AUG U ST 1 1 1 8 5 3. . Number 37. : . -- ! - . 1 1 N. , - J PJ THE LIFE HARP. There is hrp whmc musie ' ' : ' Is never hosM to rest, - , Bnt flowetii on forever - Within tlw honsan breast , " ' " - Oli-times in joy or sorrow, Its music wildly flows, - ! " " ' . A whirling fall. In winter, -The driving winter snows. " Anon, it murmurs softly. ' . ; -" - " Upon the spirit i ear, As sigh the lefcvesof autumn Alfm&rchiiig to their bier. . ' Its Dotes are merer silent,' In tumult or in strife, ' And in oar dreams is worea ,-. This melody of life. . Oft in the hush of midnight, ' . When bright dreams disappear, And in the silent chamber .. Their silken wings we hear. . . "We find this harp is sighing, Amid its pensive lays, The earthly name of angels, The loved of otlierdars. ...

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 August 1853

THE JOURNAL. rTRLISHBD XVZRT THURSDAY MOSXHO, Br JAMES HARPER, At the Vow price of 81 00, in advance. UALLIPOLIS. ravuMT. araosrr li, isa WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. - KELSO BA.RREKE, of HigWnl- : Fr Lieutenant Gavmf, -ISAAC J. ALLE5, of BichW. Fr 7Vonrrr f State, BE2TRY BEACHMAX, of Hamilton. rSetrelrvtfStt. ' HXLSON H. VAIT TOHHES, of Athens. J"r Atttntef General, ' . wTILIAM H- GIBSON, of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, TBAjrKLIX T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga, for i&wi f PitiSc Warfa, JOHX WADDLE, of Coshocton. Prmfle'l mhm fir Ctmmiiivnur ef Common School, ' LORE? ANDREWS. - BOY WANTED. A good boy, from 14 to 16 years of age, with a pretty fair English educa tion, is wanted at this office to learn the art of Printing. Tbgikia Central Railroad The Richmond Mail states that the whole line of the Central Road is now tinder contract as far as Clifton Forge that an engine has been transported across the mountain, to convey passengers between Waynesborough and Staunton, and that the track across ...

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 August 1853

BiDixFTioff or Thi Ptblic Dkbt. With a view of reducing the public debt, the Se cretary of the U. S. Treasury ha just issue d the following notice, which if it bring "forward the stocks to the amount indicated, may affect the money market to some extent favorably:; ' Trtav I)epartmerit,July3Q, 1853. " Notice is hereby givenfto the holders of the six percent, stocks of tne uniiea States, of loan authorised by the act of 28th January, 1847, and redeemaDie me 31si of December, 18S7, and of the loan authorized by the act of 31st March, 1848, and redeemable 30th June, 1868, that this department is prepared to pur chase, tt ur time between the date thereof and the 1st day of December next, to the extent of the sum of five millions of dollars of the said stock, in the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to-wit: ;, In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be given in the order of time in which the said stocks may be offered. The certificate...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 August 1853

o The following will do for warm weath- We find it in the New York Weekly er. Budget: To Mr. Jerry Starnes, Store-Keeper, at the Upper Corner in Sweptown, New England. -tut NEW YORK, June 15, 1853. - Dxak JBr: I was right consarned triad to t vour letter last week, for I Sada't heard a word from home since (he fifteenth day of last March, when I took that glass of cider along with you, and bid you good-bye at your store door. What's Sally in sich a packer about? What's the use of my writin when I taint got nothin to write about? If I was dead or married, or anything worth peakin about, I'd write and let lier know it. But if she can't hare patience till somethin turns up, she may go to grass, if she is your sister. Howsom ever, gire my lore to ber, and tell her ftot to worry; Sol Swop is true as steel yet. There'sals enough down here to York, and some of em are mighty easy to get acquainted with, but I wouldn't swop Sal Starnes for forty of em. I ain't no Mormon, nor don't belong to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 August 1853

WW f 15 ; - i .1 jp 4 I IP - . ' - ' .... - PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. ;. : -' : "Truth and Jmticf." . ....... , ,-, - AT ONE DOLLAR- IN ADVANCE Volume XVIII. GALLI POLIS, OHIO, AUGUST 18,1853. Number 38, Theujeioay of "Old Folks at Home" has be- cs very popular, bat the words are not so rtwioas, T last number of Ziob'i Herald contains the following new version, entitled - THE BLEST ONES AT HOME. Away on the banks of life's bright river, Far, far away . There will my heart be turning erer, There's where the blest ones stay; AB through this vale of sin and sorrow, Sadly f roam, Still longing for the dawn of the morrow, Ard far the blest ones at home. All without is dark and dreary. Everywhere I roam, O, brothers how the heart grows weary, Sighing for the blest ones at home. Through all earth's sunny scenes I wandered, In youth's gay morn; ' How many precious hours IVe squandered, . How many mercies scorned; When seeking sin's delusive pleasures, ' Wretched was I, Bat bow my heart has...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 August 1853

TTTB JOURNAIi - rClUBHCD EVEBT THURSDAY BfOBjaVO, Br JAMES HARPER. At the low price of $1 00, in- advance. is. tsss WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. . ' Ft OwffW, KXLSOX BAEREEE, of Highland. . rafrat Oseeraer, ISAAC J. AIXE5", of RichlandL For 7ww f . EE5BT BRACHMA, Hamilton. For Secrttarff Stmtt, KELS05 H. VAX TORHES, of Athens For Attomeg Gtnerml, L VILLI Alf H. GIBSOX.of Seneca. Ft Supreme Judge, FRASaUSi T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Bot3 of Public Worla, . JOSS W ADDLE, of Coshocton. pttfU't wiw or Gmmunoner f Common SduoU, L0RI2J ANDREWS. BOY WANTED. .' A good boy, from 14 to 16 years of age, with a pretty fair English educa tion, is wanted at this office to learn the art of Printing. Whigs, Recollect - That two sets ef delegates are to be elected on the third of September one for the county, and the other for the Senatorial Convention. And as the two Conventions will probably be held on the same day, it will be necessary that different men should be elected for each ' jyThe Free Soil m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 August 1853

Liet of Premiums to be awarded at the Liet of Premiums to be awarded at the Agricultural Fair, to be held at the Court Liet of Premiums to be awarded at the Agricultural Fair, to be held at the Court House in Gallipolis on Thursday and Friday, September 29th and 30th, 1853. ON GRAIN. Best 3 tcre of Whet, npt less than SO bushels per ftCIS, f5 00 Best J acre of. Wheat, not less than. it 40- bushels per acre, 5 00 BestSJacnesof Comnot kss than ' I r " 80 bushels per acre, '" ' '. "5 00 Beat l acre of Corn, aot leas' than ' 1 00 bushel per acre, 00 Best 3 acres of Oats, not Jess than 1 40 bushels per acre, , . 3 U Best 1 acre of Oata, not less- than 60 bushels per acre, "'- 2 00 Best 1 aore potatoes, .not less than 200 boseles per acre, ' . 3 00 B est 1 acre of Beans, not less than. - ; - S5 fcoseles per aere, . 3 00 FARMING IMPLEMENTS & DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. Beat Plow, for general purposes, 92 00 tlo two horse Wagon, S 00 "do Harrow, V;:'V 100 . do Corn Cultivator, . 1 00 ' do ho...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 August 1853

Patrick O' Dansbee— Interesting accounts of his Escape. -Tfe have already announced that Pat rick O'Dobohoe, one of the Irish ex iles banished wit. Mitchell, Meagher, and O'Brien, had escaped, and arrived at New York.. The Dublin Nation con tains the following aocount of his es cape:'" "''-.'' .'-;' - We bare this week received two des patches, one dald from Sydney, on the 12tn of Febrcary, the other from Mel bourne, on the 3d of January, treating f Patrick O'Donohoe's escape. We are flit now, we believe, at liberty to reveal the names of our correspondents; but we hasten to place their narratives before our readers. The letter bearing the earlier date Funs thus; "O'Donoboe is- off. On Sunday, the Xath of December, he escaped from bis; district, crossed Bass' Straits in a storm, and arrived on the Australian continent n ths 22d- The dangers of his . run, and his hair-breadth escapes, shall be given to you hereafter. He wrote out a vindication of bis escape previous to starting, and ...

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 August 1853

t iit 1 f f lit ;rt iiii ; ' " H iff -ft PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER- "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADYANCE. Volume XVIIL GALLIPOLI.S, OHIO, AUGUST 25, 1853. Number 39. THE LAST GOOD NIGHT. Close her eTeb'ds press them gently ; O'er the Sim and leaden eves. For the aool that made theft lovely Hath return'd onto the skies; Wipe the death-drops from her forehead. Sever one dear golden trees. Fold her icy hands all meekly, - Smooth the little snowy dress; Scatter flowers o'er her pillow Gentle flowers se pore and white Lav this bad upon her bosom; There now softly say, Good-xiqht. Though our tears flow fast and faster, - Yet we would not call her back, We glad her feet no longer Thread life's rough and thoray track; . We are glad our Heavenly Father Took her while her heart was pure, fTe are elad he did not leave her All life's trials to endure; VTe are elad and yet the tear-drop Falleth; for, alas) we know That our fireside will be lonely, We shall miss our darling so. - While 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. — 25 August 1853

THE JOURNAL. rClUBSXB EVERT THURSDAY OUHW, Br JAMES HARPER,' At the low price of 91 00. ia advance. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY.---AUGUST 25, 1853 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. For Gowrnoff SELS05T BAREEKE, of Highland. For lieutenant Gootrnor, ISAAC J. ALLE3, of Richland. Fer Trrnmrer of State, HEXRY BRACHMAN. of Hamilton. For Secretary of Stie: . , JTELSOT H. TA5 VOBHES, of Athena. WILLI AM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. V Supreme Judge, FHAXKUX T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. " Fr Rri f Public Work, JOES WADDLE, of Coshocton. Pnflr'i nominee for Commhjianrr of Common LORIN ANDREWS. Correction. We take pleasure in correcting our former notice in regard to the place of holding the Senatorial Convention. Instead of its being held at Gallipolis, it will be at Porter, on Tuesday, the sixth day of September. We hope the papers in the district will make the necessary correction. See the call of the Central Committee., Our Railroad. The Directors of the Gallipolis, Jack son and Chillicothe Railroad are no...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 August 1853

TO THE WHIGS OF GALLIA COUNTY. At a meeting of the Whig Central Commit tee, in GallipoTis, July 30th, it was Remolved, That a County Convention be held at Rnnvvr on TUESDAY, the SIXTH DAT OP SEPTEMBER NEXT, for the pom-erf nominating one Representative, one onenn, on Coroner, one Prosecuting Attorney, one And it Was further resolved, in pursuance of the resolution passed at the count conven tion, held in Gallipolis, August 15, 1851, that isaid Convention shall be composed of dele- fttea to be selected by the several townships, he basis of said Convention to be one dele Mrtla frr ererr twenty-five Whig votes at the . last Governor's election, each township not - having tnat numoer to De entitled to one. ine representation will be as follows: Gallipolis, 7 Oreen 4 Ohio, 1 Perry, 3 Springfield, - - 2 Addison, 4 Cheshire, - 4 Harrison, .' 3 Onyan, 1 3 2 4 4 2 1 Ulay, Walnut, Huntington, Raccoon, Morgan, Greenfield, Boohed, That the delegates to the County Convention, as also delegates t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 August 1853

To General Pierce, President of America, and ageing to be (that is, if General and ageing to be (that is, if General Cushing isn't mistaken,) the founder of "Modern Rome." Da Gikibal: ' I'm afraid you're thoueht strange of it that I haint writ to you afore now, for so long time past; lrat I .couldn't. I've been so busy cruising round among . the fishermen down to New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia, and the Oulf of St. Lawrence, that I eouldn't get no time to write-, nor couldn't find no post office to send it Ye see, Gineral, I didn't accept your in vitation to taie a seat in your Cabinet, ''cause I'm one of them sort that can't bear setting a great deal. I cant stand ft without I'm up and knocking about pretty much every day, and I under stood the Cabinet had to set nigh about aalf the time, so I told you I should a good deal rather have some foreign ap ' pointment, where I could stir myself. And you told me the foreign appoint ments was pretty much all spoke for twenty times over, but...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 September 1853

i ? PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth and Justice. ' AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE.. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 1, 1853. Number 40. If 7 rfSVYil THE MAINE LIQUOR LAW. AN ACT for the suppression of drinking nooses ana uppung shops Be it enacted by the Senate and Home of T . J jMrpmeiuanvet m jjegituuure ateem Ued, at follows: Szctioh 1 . No person shall be allowed at any time to manufacture or sell, by himself, his clerk, servant or agent, di rectly or indirectly, any spirituous or in- wiiuaung liquors, or any mixea liquors, part of which is spirituous or intoxica ting, except as hereafter provided. Sec. 2. The select men of any town, and mayor' and aldermen of any citv. on the first Monday of May annually, or as soon mereaiter as may be convenient, may appoint some suitable person as the agent of said town or city, to sell at some central and convenient place with in said town or city, spirits, wines, and other intoxicating liquors, to be used for medicinal and mechanical p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 September 1853

THE JOURNAL. PUBLISHED XYXKT THTR8DAT WOBNTSO, Br JAMES HARPER. At the low price of $1 00, in advance. UALLIPOLIS. . . BBIT 1, 1SS3 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. '"- ' "or Gmrmor, - - JTELS05 BAEKERE, of BghlanL X For Lieutenant Ooermot, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. Fr Tmnurer of Sta- ., HEX RY BRACHMAN, of Hamilton. ' For StrHaty Stale, KELS05H.VAJI V0RHES,of Athens. . . For Attorney General, WILLIAM H. GIBSOX.of Seneca.? V Supreme Judge, " FEASXLIX T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. " For Board of Public "VTorh, JOSS WADDLE, of Coshocton. PeopU't nownet Jor Cowtmisttoner of Common Schools, L0RI5 ANDREWS. Whig Conventions Our next issue will present our readers with the result of the Senatorial and Countj Conven tions. That the nominees may be such as will meet the approval of all good citizens of the county, the township meetings on Saturday next should be fully attended. If the people of the several townships will attend their primary meetings and select delegates who will look well to the charac...

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 September 1853

TO THE WHIGS OF GALLIA COUNTY. At a meeting of the Whig Central Commit tee, io GalUpolis. July 30th, it was Revolted, That a County ConTention beheld al . rni?snT. rim SIXTH DAT OF 8EPTEMBER NEXT, for the purpose of nominating one Representative, one onenu, one Coroner, one Prosecuting Attorney, one Treasurer, and one Commissioner. And it was further resolved, in pursuance of the resolution passed at the Count Conven tion, held in Gallipolis, August 15, 1851, that said Convention shall be composed of dele rates to be selected by the several townships. The basis of said Convention to be one dele gate for every twenty-five Whig votes at the last Governor's election, each township not havinr that number to be entitled to one. The . . Ml t It representation win De as iouows: Gallipolis, Guyan, ' Green, : Ohio, " '- Perry, -Springfield, - Addison, Cheshire, - fiarrison, " uiay, Walnut, Huntington, Raccoon, Morgan, Greenfield, Raolved, That the delegates to the County Convention, as also ...

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 September 1853

[Continued from 1st page.] costs, and shall be committed in default of Dsvment thereof, shall be entitled to the benefit of chapter one hundred and seventy-five of tne reviseu buh.ux. until he shall hare been imprisoned under such commitment sixty days. In all cases under this act in which the punishment, on the first conviction is thirty days imprisonment, for the second and every subsequent conviction - thirty days' additional imprisonment " shall be imposed ..And penalties or , forfeitures, the recovery of which is not otherwise provided for in this act or that to which it is additional, may be re covered bv complaint or indictment in any court proper to try the same. - If, any mayor, alderman, selectman or as-' sessor, shall endorse his approval of the suit upon any writ issued pursuant to the provisions of this act or that to which it is additional, -in which his city, town or plantation is interested, the de fendant, if he prevail in such suit, shall recover no costs. All bond...

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