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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 September 1853

. - - ------- " jvJAZJKJOT. al!T " i l. I PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and. Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, O II I O, SEP TE M BE Rr j 8 , 1 8 5.3 . Number 41. I 11 I DEBATE ON MAINE LAW. COLUMBUS, Aug. 23, 1853. At ten a. m., morning, a large number of ladies and gentlemen assembled in the southwest corner of the State House yard, where ample arrange ments had been made to accommodate the audience. The question for debate is stated as follows: 'Would such a law as the so-called Maine Law be consistent with the natu ral and constitutional rights of our citi zens, and would its enactment as a law of Ohio tend to promote the cause of morality and religion, and the prosperity and happiness of the people?' Lr. Charles Jewett, of Massachusetts, appeared, to support the affirmative of this proposition, and G. J. Beebe, Esq., of New York, appeared as an advocate of the negative. The Moderators were Dr. Robert Thompson, on the part of the affirma tive, and...

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 September 1853

THE JOURNAL. rnuaBiD xvxrt thttrsdat mortoto, Br JAMES HARPER, At the low price of 91 00. dvnce. KPT. S, 1SS3 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. ITELSOir BABRERE, of Highland. JSW Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. AXLES', of Richland. For Treasurer f Staff, HENRY BRACHJfAN, of Hamfltoo. For Seeretaru of State, KELSOS H. VAN V0RHE3, of Athena. For Attorney Gmeral, WTLLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. for Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Work. JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. People' nominee for Commissioner of Common kJI WWII, LORUr ANDREWS. . .F-r Senator for the district composed of (he coun ties of iMwrenet, UaUia, Meigt and Vinton, RODNEY M. 8TI31S0N,of Lawrence. For Board of Equolixatio. Tar the district composed of Meiers, Vinton, u-aina ana urwTetice, V. B. H0RT0K, of Meiga. WHIG COUNTY TICKET. Tar Representative, ALEXANDER LOGUE. For Sheriff, NATH'L A. FISHER. For Treasurer, I. R. CALOHAN. For Prosecuting Attorney, S. A. NASH. For Commissioner, REUBEN GRAHAM. For Coron...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 September 1853

[For the Gallipolis Journal.] Whig Senatorial Convention. The delegates of the 8th Senatorial District, composed of the counties of Lawrence, Gallia, Vinton and Meigs, met in Convention at Porter on the 6th inst., to nominate a candidate for Sena tor, to be supported by the Whigs at the ensuing October election. ' ' Judge Bbstow, of Meigs, was called to the chair, and Wm. Nash, of Gallia, chosen secretary. ' On motion, Raolxxd, That Messrs. Montague, of Meigs, Bort, of Vinton, J. E. Holeomb, of Gallia, and Gillet. of Lawrence, be a cotBmittee toeram ine the credential, jf delegate., and report a list of the aame to thia Convention: and that they also report the Tote each county is enti tled to. : . ' . . Hereupon the Convention took a re cess for one hour. 1 O'CLOCK P. M. Convention met pursuant to adjourn ment. The committee on credentials submit ted the following report: , ' ' "That Gallia county is entitled, (making the Presidential vote a basis,) to 18 rotes; that Meigs is entit...

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 September 1853

An Incident. We heard s friend relate the aceom panying incident the other day with not a little test, and to the amusement of a good many bystanders: Jumping into an old fashioned stage coach, last month, in company with Bine or ten others, to jostle orer ten miles of cnfinished road between riusburgb ana Philadelphia, I was rery much amused with the following characteristic dia logue between a regular question asking 'down easter, and a hisrh-heeled soutn erner. . We were scarcely seated before our i anfcee began: "Trayelling East, I expec'?" . "Yes, sir." . "Gom to Philadelphia, I reckon?" "No, sir." ' "Oh, ah, to New York, may be?" "Yes, sir." "Calc'latin' to buy goods, I presume? Vn air." "Never ben there before, I wouldn't wonder?" . "No, sir, nerer." "New York is a wonderful place." "Such is my impression, sir." "Got letters, I expect?" "Yes, sir; I am provided with letters Of introduction. "Wouldn't mind showin' you reound myself, a spell, if you wanted. "I thank you, sir; b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 September 1853

1 ? w j- .ww-J PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 15, 1853. Number 42. m .. . AN ADDRESS, Delivered before the Sunday School, of Alexander Chapel. BY J. W. M'CORMICK. - Ladies axd GiSTLKMEs: I shall not confine myself to the discussion of any abstract subject, but simply call yourat Aeotipn to a, few thoughU on the duties and -responsibilities of youth, and those about to enter upon the duties of active life. , Let me be considered as addres sing more particularly the youthful por tion of this audience than the aged. ."' My Young Friend: My words shall be few. , We are convinced of the truth, that every individual, blest with the powers of reason, and not under the jears of accountability, has duties and responsibilities oi a binding nature, that cannot be shaken off, and which embody a threefold obligation; of that which we owe to ourselves, our fellow beings, and to God, the Creator and Governor of th...

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 September 1853

THE JOURNAL. tVBliSStD EVERT THTE8DAT MOKBIBO, Br JAMES HARPER, M the low price of 91 00, in advance. UALLIPOLIS. . THl'BKDtV. - - - ' WPT. Ss 1853 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. KELSON BARRERof Highland. For Lieutenant Governor. ISAAC J. ALLE2T, of .Richland. For Trramrrr of State, HE3TEY BRACHMAN, of Hamilton. ' For Seeretorf of,- . JTELSOIf H. TA VORHES, of Athens, For Attorney General, WILLIAM H. GIBSOS.of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, ' PBAITELLff T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. Pet pie's nominee for Commissioner of Common School, tOBJjr ANDREWS. . For Senator for the district composed of the conn ties of Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs and Vinton, ' RODNEY M. STIMSOir, of Lawrence. For Board of Equalization, Tor the district composed of Meigs, Vinton, Oallia and LAwrencm, . V. B. HOBTOS, of Meigs. WHIG COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, ALEXANDER LOGUE. For Sheriff, NATH'L A. FISHER. For Treasurer, I. R. CALOHAN. For Prosecuting Attorney, S. A.NASH....

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 September 1853

nam mil il ii i,n - i Jows RurboLFtt. Among the ianu merable anecdotes of this gentleman the, j kilpwTMg 3 is ; pot- the2ron A young aspirant for Congressional lame saw fit, m' his maiden' speech, to give proof of his boldness and eloquence, bj a'.lptig andrabnsiTe attac njjon, the eccSeriijip fcetnher from Virginia," At the Nxnda6nr of ' the' ymmg brttoKs Tolnminous address, tbehero of Roanoke arose, and stretching out his long and nervous arm .towards the, seat of tne complacent youth, with' half-inquir- ing, ; nau-contempHioM iooc, plied: "Mr,, Speaker, tehe't AaO" SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION LJj to the qualified Toters of. Gallia county, that ixeneral xJection will be held, as required by law, on the Eleventh day of October, A. D. 1853. at the sev- era! places of holding elections in said county; at which time the following offi cers are to ue cnosen, viz: one (xovernor, -one lieutenant 3orernor, . one State Treasurer, one Secretary of State, one Attorney General, one Judge of the su...

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 September 1853

Gallia County Agricultural Society. We hare bees furnished with and re quested to publish the following list of -asemben belonghi g to the Gallia Coun ty Agricultural Society, together with he occupation of each. It would be well if the number of member could be doubled. ffaltia Courier. Allen Richard, farmer Arer John, . do Bluer Jacob, do Black Robert, paper manufacturer Bradbury Asa, farmer Bailey Charles D, grocer Beard James, grocer. Bailey Emery, fanner Brown James, blacksmith Bradbury Joseph, attorney BosweQ John, physician Barton Austin, fanner Blazer Joseph J, steam saw mill owner Bell Henry K, saddle fc harness maker Blessing John K, farmer Blazer Henry, do Cole Samuel, do Cherington Pennel, fanner Carter Isaac, merchant and farmer Cushing A, attorney Calohan I R, treasurer of county Carrell W F, deputy sheriff - Castle G W, farmer fe machine man'f r Cherington Jefferson, farmer Clark John If, attorney Cole Atkeson, farmer Campbell James, farmer ChapduE K, farmer and saddl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 September 1853

Tr' tr ii i tmi i iui i ,XAK3Ti.JI .iff. 'I til; -,2- j , .'.A' t.i 1 Uj-.iC ;!. .v.'n' A-l --t!!V PUBLISHED BX JAMES HARPER. Triitb and Jmlict.)' AT,OXE DOLLAR IX ADVANCE. Volume; xvm. G A LLIPOLI S , O II 1 Ov S E P T EMBER 2 2 .1833 Number 43- QUERIES. Is it anybody's business, ' J '. "-""If B gentleman should choose ' To wait upon a lady, If the lady don't refuse? .Or to speak a little .r. tt That the meaning all may know,, . it aoyDoays business , .. If a lady has a beau? 1 ' ' -1" '- ' . i . i Is it anybody's business , r! : When that gentleman does call, Or when he leaves the lady, . Or if he leaves at all? i ; .-On is it necessary ';.' That the curtain should be drawn, a o save trom further trouble, . Hi . The outside lookers on? ; Is it anybody's business ' ,y ... Brtthe .lady's, if her beau -V " Rides' out with other ladies, . :' ; . , And doesn't let her know? . - Is it anybody's business i wut the geatleman's, if she '.. Should accept another escort, .'. m7Were he doesn'...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 September 1853

THE JOURNAL. rCBLBHXff EVERT THUB8DAT liOBTOW Bt JAMES HARPEK, At the low price of $1 00, in advance. ALLIPOLI. WHO BViV. - - - MErT. 99, 1SS3 WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. Cojj tar KELSO ST BAEREKE, of Highl"- . - " Ft Untenant Govern, ( , ISAAC J. ALLEX, of Bichlanf .' ' For Treasurer of I-.'. . - HETBY BRACHMAJT. of Hamilton, For Secretary ofSfaU m a' FELS05 H. VAJT VOKHE3, of Athens, For AOornrf General,' WIIXIAJf H. GIBSOIf.of Senee ; fgr Supreme Judge, ' J TBAITKLnr T, BACKUS, of Coyshog Ft Board of Public WtIcm, JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. ' p'mU'i nonunet for Commimvtner ef Cnam School, . LOBJIT ANDREWS. Ft Senator for the district composed of the eoun " ties of Lawrence, Gallia; Mag and Vinton, B0D5EY M. STIM303r Lawrence. " Ft Board of Equalization; For the district composed of Heigs, Vinton, Gallia and Lawrence, V. B H0BT0X, of Meigs. WHIG COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, ALEXANDER LOGUE. For Sheriff, NATH'L A. FISHER. For Treasurer, I. R. CALOHAN. For Prosecuting Attomer, S. ...

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 September 1853

GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1853. Wednesday, Sept. 21, 1853. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. Flour. $5 0080 OO'Ocrn Had.' 40 Wheat, 9092Bacon,- - 810 Corn, -45Cofltee,ack,9)10W Oatayri . 3SJN. O. Sugar, . 5Jt6 PlaJBeeJ . ,-J8ftLoef aVti -. 1012 fottt, ,-; 3N O Molasses,, 30 44 Rie. ' Dr"d Avtriesy none. Tx Y. HVsnn.' reaches, none keg, 78J Feathers, 30 25 to 75 Imperial, 50 to 100 Onnnowder. 50 to 75 Rags, Ginseag,,, V7, Beeswax, Batter, ."in-Eo-ira. ' 3; Bar Iron, 2 to 4 5 to 6 1 00 90(31 00 -1820 20 Nails, ' '20LardOil, lOXroseedOil, 6 Whiskey, Uheese. .-r, (tj6HHi dom, . Chickens,! tI 50 White ' 1 75 001 25 altj per bushel, 3J , - - CINCINNATI MARKET. Sept. 16, P. M. Grain Tie market remains firm for. Wheat M Nk. Corn 55c Oats 40c . Flour The market was quite . unsettled to day. Holders were not offerinir much leas .than $5, but buyers shoired no disposition to .operate at. over fi J3. ao mat ue transactions were confined to small lots at $5 005 10 in me r...

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 September 1853

dikHcrxB or Lotto Biotghak. Brougham is a thanderbolt. He may tcnxo in tbe dark, he - may come at ran riiim.li is calh mar be in the viewless, igraspkse air; but give im something dicLIebMm eome in contact -with lit karth, and, be it beautiful or barrea, r it -feebuh power of hi terrible visitation! Yob see not, or rather you heed not, the kgeat which works; bat, jast as the archgiani of physical destroyers rends his way, you 6ee Uie Kingdoms of .Na ture yielding at his approach, and the tjbigbtiest of Heir productions brwshed sasifle as though they were dust, or " s tfcongh they were gossamer! J "; "f ''While he raises his voice in the Hoose yhDe Tie luflds firmly sad broadly 4ee basis of his propositions, and snat ches from every science a beam to en large and strengthen Tiis work; and while be indiDanUy . beats down and tramples upon all that has been reared -by his antagonist, yon feel as if the wand .annihilation was in his hand, and the power ; destruction in his possession! l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 September 1853

. - r . .. . ' a II ' III I fcZ If 1 I 12 I II . Ill 1 1 1. Tl XX ft ' I 1 El 1 2 I 1.; ' '- .'M: Sr ..'": ti I? 1 . . i X - i .!. 111. Iff i' - -x. - J ' T ' . . Li , - Id II fF-. Ikl - I I I E3 - i 1M I a. 3 1 1 IE 111 I El I cl IK -I 151 I flil 1 3 Itl li .1 PlTBtrSSEp BY JAMES HABPEE. Truth and Jaitice." AT ONE DOLLAR ET ADYANCE. Volume XVIII. GALL I POL I S, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 29, 1853 Number 44. From the Keokuk Despatch. ADDRESS TO THE FLIES. You bussing, bothering, filthy race, With open hand I'll give you chase; You shall not rest upon my face, -- ' As I'm a sinner, E'en should I fail to ask for grace Over my dinner. Ton hare no manners; not a whit. Eight on my pudding there you sit. As if you owned it every bit, The dish and all; But faith I'll give you such s hit, ' I guess you'll falL Down there you go, plump in the butter; Now buss and kick, and sprawl and ' splutter, You're welcome now to frisk and flutter, And bite, I'll risk ye; You've safe as drunkards in a gutter, Skin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 September 1853

THE JOURNAL. rUBIJSHID KYXKT THCXSnAT MOBSIXO, Bt JAMES HARPER. . At the low price of tl 00, in advance. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. . r, " For Governor, -BELSU3I BAKK.t-.tlI.. ox Untenant Go-rnor. -ISAAC J. ALLEIf. of KchJant HEJf BY BRACHMAK, of Hamilton. L r"'.' ' PorSeetorf ofjtfe,' NELS05 JLVAJT VOKHE3. of Athens, ; -. " - For Attorney General, - . - JTIlilAM H. GIBSON .of Seneca. , - . "" " " " For Supreme Judge, . TBA?KLIK T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga." .-'-- ipor Board of PubBe Worht, , " , "J0H5 WADDLE, of Coshocton. ; '' ftfU'e nominee for Commissioner of Common 7 - . i . . Schools, : - ' LOBE? ANDREW 3. For Seuator'for&e district composed of At eoun , ties of Laterenes, Gallia, Meiqt and Vinton, t : R0DrEY M. STIM303r. of Lawrence. , ""t " 1 For Board of Equalization, ",' ' For tie district composed of Meigs, Vinton, t . " -' Gallia and Lawrence, -.,; ?.V V. B. EORTOtf. of Meigs. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. WHIG COUNTY TICKET. ' ' 1" For Reoresenlalive. ALEXANDER LOGUE. . , . . For...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 September 1853

p ANDLES 25 bores ; Candles, just V receivea ana lor sale by -"Jr!' frora- i-TOuuiartt. SOAFwlO ;fcoxes .Nri ?1 Soap, Just received kndjur sale by -Sept 29, '53. Ford k Drouillard. rtyW Jiuoded bbls Exto family' Flour lyitj rdwjyed uidfnr sale by ; t i r " r' '.::7y "roED drouillard. ' ' Sept, g, 1853. J -j i . JOLUf D A, GES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS ' "BOOTS AND SHOES, Is now prepared for the fall ana winier iraue uu me man i i . . i i . extensive stock ever offered in this market, which comprises .every variety at coarse and fins work for men. boyaVladies, misses and children's wear. The aubacriberis prepared to manufacture all kinds .m. work u the shortest notice . Aa examina Aion d the stock is rea ties ted before purcha sing elsewhere, and if the article suits, the jmcewm be no objection. Call and examine, me door irom the store of W. V. Miller. , &epL 29, -53. 2m ; - JOHN PAGES. 1XEW FALL & WINTER GOODS, -At Head-Q,iiarters, ..GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. tlTE are now roeei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 September 1853

A SPACE OF WAR—Important from Mexico—Santa Anna Raising a Large Army—Four States Pronounced Against Him! The IncEiwtf jC?mm) Bulletin, of the SOtniill, announces the arrival of the rta3 fronT t&e inferior ca the 29ti, and aaysr ". , . ' . . " B the arrival of Messrs. Adams & Bonn, the San Antonio Ledger has late advices from the Rib Grande, Zaeateeas, ... Santa Anna is prosecuting measures srtrennoosly. "A tax of 12y cents is imposed," says the Ledger, "on . eacn member of a Ikmilv. with unsparing rigor. Causing roach distress and com plaint among tee poor, -an uruer UBS likewise been issued for raising an army for frontier defence to amount to ninety one thousand men." ; ;- - ' v All men able to bear arms are re tnorselessly pressed in the service. . JJis desicrns against the United "States are foreshadowed . in the late decree of anta Anna, which enjoins all who have suffered from Indian depredations, to present their claims at the city of Men co. He intends to demand rest...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 October 1853

vA Published by james harper. ) tmtiee.' AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALL I POL I SrOhWOCillOBER 6, 1853. . .Number 45- '""X- Li i - if v . ii . r -, XVThere is poetry, truth, and com mon sense in the following, which we find in one of our exchanges: THE WHIG PARTY. From the tops of lofty mountains from the deep and sounding main From valleys spreading far and wide from city town and plain, jComes the load, exulting shout of the . foes of Scott and Clay, the Whigs are dead, the Whigs are day. dead.- Frank Pierce has gained the forgetful of the trophies won when un Oer lip ana ly, j'aint-bearted friends amid our ranks ' are frightened at the cry, And traitors, with us but tor spoil, pro claim the party dead, Although victorious in the field when Rough and Ready led. But never can a party die whose princi- pies are just, "Whose leaders, gallant, brave and true, are such as nations trust, Who in their party conflict, in the long uncertain fight, Seioice when they are fortun...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 October 1853

THE JOTJRNAL.. 'CBUSHYD XVKBT THUBSDAT MOa0Or Dr JAMES HARPER, At the low price o 8f 00, i adtaAce. Whig Ticket. JfELSON BAB&ERE, of Highland. -For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. For Treonrer of State, HENRY BRACHMAS. of Hamilton. For Secretary of State, JfELSON H. VAX VOKHES, of Athens. Vr Aaornev General, RTLLIAM H. GIBSON.of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS of Cuyahoga. . For Board iMie TFffrfci, ' JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. For Commissioner of Common Schools, LORIN ANDREWS. For Senator, . E0D3TEY M. STIMSON.of Lawrence. For Board of Equalization, V. B. HORTON, of Meigs. For Representative, ALEXANDER LOGUE. For Sheriff, NATH'L A. FISHER. For Treasurer, I. R. CALOHAN. Sot Prosecuting; Attorney, S. A. NASH. For Commissioner, REUBEN GRAHAM. : For Coroner, D. C. RATHBUBN. . Bot Wasted. A good Boy will find a very desirable situation, to learn the Printing business, by making immedi ate application at this office. The County Fair. . Those who were p...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 October 1853

iSShri of Ohio, Gallia County u. istopher Ruby and wife, v. Solomon Hay- Christopher vaM et si. - ? r - I Patitioi. - -t -'Pennant id fie coromanS of ah order of sale from the court of common pleas, in and for .1 - . r 1 1 . 1 ' . w t 11 ne cwimj uauia to me aireciea, 1 snau ex pose to public sale at the court house in Galli polis on the 7 th day of November, at the hour or I clock fi tL. the following described property, to-a it: two four acre lots, in the town of Gallipolis, numbered, 125 and 126, apprais ed value of the whole of said lots $1473 33; to be sold at a sum not less than half the ap praised value thereof. Terms one-third cash in hand, one-third in nine months, the residue in eighteen months, with interest Oct. 6, 1853. : ALOGCE.SGC. Stale of Ohio: Gallia Count, ss. ' Pursuant to the command of an order of Bale from tho court of common pleas, in and for the county of Gallia to me directed, I shall expose to public sale at the court house in Oal lipolis, on the 7th day o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 October 1853

- A Pmroiikson-. Considerable in " terest hu been manifested, of later -in the sm of Cornelius Woman, natiVe .f Schoharie owmtj. New York, who, for the last fire years, haa been buried m the most profound sleep, with bat few Witerralsof eooseioassess. ApriTateex- hibitionof this extraordinary phenome- ' Hon was piven last evening, at Academy Hall, 563 Broadway, in the presence of a limited number of spectators, com posed principally of medical gentlemen of this city, and members of the press, . in the course of which the subject un derwent a most thorough and searching examination"." ; : Mr. Vroman is now 37 years of age. He is a man of ordinary ability, though uneducated, and, previous to this sin gula attack, had been" employed as a common laborer on a farm. No hered itary predisposition or disease of any kind is known to have existed in his family, and his own health previous to the commencement of his five years' nap, bad been good. In the winter of 1 848, he experienced the fir...

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