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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 November 1853

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XVIII. GALL I POL I S, OHIO, NOVEM BER IT, 185 3. Number -51- [From the N. Y. Musical World and Times.] A SONG OF THE EAGLES. BY RICHARD STORRS WILLIS. Austria spreads her double eagle Darkly over Smyrna's wave; Austria, -the freeman-robber 1 Swears a freeman to enslave. Cowardly her minions creeping', ' Steal a patriot soul from shore; Hungary's son 'neath Turkish rampart, - rave in letters, iree no morei Suddenly th' avenging angel, - On a cloud of dazzling white, Sweeps from off the crested billows, Spreads his flag of starry light. "Pierce before him flies an eagle; ' Freedom's own! too long forgot! Where that eagle plants his talons, Tyrants and their chains are not! Now the double eagle cowers, 'Neath the fiercer eaglet's eye; One bold bird's enough for freemen, . Two can ne'er help Tyfannyl Double eagles, double cannon. Naught can bear the spoil away; Ingr'ham stands with blazing matches Humbled Au...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 November 1853

THE JOURNAL. nrBLUHIB STXKY THUMBAT KOWETO, Br JAMES HARPER, At the loir price of tl 00. in advance. UJXLIPOLI9. Cow. In the o' Hally vs. Brs. Livesay and Sanns, for negligence and unskillfulness in setting plaintiff's feg, there was" a verdict for the defend ants. F. Radcliff vs. Wb. M. Wood was an action brought to recover damages, occasioned by the defendant's mill-dam flowing the water back on to the plain tiff's milL Verdict for plaintiff, $154. Parid Townsend ts. School District No. 3, Walnut township action to re corer wages as school teacher yerdict for plaintiff, 918. Samuel O'Neal ys. Ann O'Neal, de cree for dirorce. Alex. Williams ys. John Wilson ac tion brought to recover damages done to plaintiff's premises by defendant's mill-dam flowing back water yerdict for plaintiff, 94 99. Maria Talbert ys. Geo. W. Talbert decree for divorce. Miro Harington ys. John Cooper slander The above embraces all the jury tri als during the last week. Court will probably remain in session d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 November 1853

3TWe are requested to state that the Gallia 'County Bible Society will hold a meeting at the . Presbyterian Church, on the evening of the 17th inst , for the purpoA of electing officers. Am address by Judge Nash will be deliver ed. ' .-TunsoiTiHo. The Cleveland Dem ocrat gives the following: "By an edict of Got. Medill. the war upon Turkey will commence on the 24th of November. The proclamation is eon- sidered by all Aealightened citizens to be a fend proceeding.'" A CARD. Since the Proprietors' recent La boratory enlargementa bare allowed him to "supply his numerous orders for Lyon's Kath miroD,iie has also introduced some new Chem ical affinities which adds still to the high char acter of this immensely popular article for curling! ueauLujrujg, preserving ana reswruig tne nair. Let those now use, Who never used before, . And those who always used, N ow use the more. The price is still 25 cents, in large bottles, and may be had at any Store in the United Stales. Sold by all dealers...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 November 1853

The Eastern Question. The position of affairs remains un changed, ss regards the prospect of hos Wities. The Declaration of War was to be nad Im all the Mosques, on the 7th nit It iras not expected that hostilities would commence before the 25th. ' Beschid Pacha's son was the bearer of the summons to Prince Gorchakoff. He also conveyed to Omer definite in structions how to act in event of the Russians refusing to leave the territo ries. Duplicates of these dispatches were sent to the commander of the Tur kish forces in Asia, so that the action of the two divisions of the army might be in concert The following is a translation of Omer Pasha's letter: "Monsieur le General: It is by the or der of my government that I have the honor to address this letter to your Ex cellency. "While the Sublime Porte has ex hausted ait means of conciliation to maintain at once peace and its own in dependence, the Court of Russia has not ceased to raise difficulties in the way of any such settlement, and...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 November 1853

T t : j PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE -Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 24, 1853. Number 52. i i 111 11 These lines were handed us for publication by a friend, without the con sent of the fair author. Like our friend, we conceive them too good to be eon fined to a narrow circle, and take great pleasure in admitting them to the col umns of the Journal. The author is no stranger in the poetic world. . May we not hope to hear from Ida Littkostoh occasionally, while the "pot is boiling?' For the Gallipolis Journal. THE POETICAL COOK. The beauteous moon has risen high, Her fairy train, bestnsthe sky. And shining with effulgence bright, They bathe the earth with silv'ry light; Sight, sable night, has now begun I wonder if them biscuit's done. . Tis sweet when on the azure lake The sparkling stars their night-couch make, To gase far down the distant Tale Where Luna sheds her radiance pale, -And think our cares soon, soon shall cease Faith ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 November 1853

THE JOURNAL. vbushjd imr thursdat morjoto Bt JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, in advance. GALLIPOL1S. mmw. , ism y The State Journal sap Col, SeHOWiaa, formerly of the Boston Aa k&a purchased an interest in the Cincinnati Gazette, and will soon assume the position of principal editor of that paper. We welcome mm to vmo. XIti now well settled that the goft, are beaten by the Hards in the State cf New York. The returns are not all received, in an official shape, but the votes will stand about as follows: Whigs 200,000;. Hards K)6,000; Softs FOO.OOO. : yThe Tribune and Clipper says the following persons were sentenced to the Penitentiary: Wm. Smith, for steal ing a horse and buggy, years; J. P Blake, for grand larceny, 3 years: Townsend, for assault with intent to kill, 3 years. The "Falls City" passed down en Wednesday last, crowded with frpfotit and nasseneers. She has the a r o ... r same officers aboard, which the people by some means hare found out She will pass here t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 November 1853

XT" The New York money market is decidedly easier.'' Stocks bare risen ten pr tent, within the last week. Every thinjf indicates that money for legitimate purposes will be obtained at lower rates than it has for some tune past. Ex. - A CARD. Since the Proprietor' recent La boratory enlargements Bare allowed him to amrolv hia numerous orders for Lron's Kalh airou, he aaa-aiso introduced some new Chem ical affinities which adds still to the high char acter ft this immensely popular article lor , euriing, beautifying, preaervisg and restoring Let those now use, . Who nevar used before. And those who always used, . - Now use the more. - Tlv. nriMt in still 85 cents, in lam bottles nd may be bad at any Store in the United States. - SdA brail dealers, everywhere, at 25 seats. in large bottles. D. S. Baxsks, proprietor, 161 Broadway, a. i. Wholesale by Mm. X Xonx Co., General Agents, N. E. corner 4th end Vine, Cincinnati. ET We hare frequently heard the celebrated German Bitters, sold by D...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 November 1853

" Arrur oh th Stkakkb Dbxsdxs. A day or two since we copied from a Memphis paper a statement to the effect that there had been a affraj on the steamer Dresden, near Helena, Arkan sas, in which two men were killed and three others wounded. An esteemed friend, who was a passenger on the Dresden at the time of the occurrence of the affair, arrived here Saturday af ternoon on the Pike, and furnished us full particulars of it. It appears that about one hundred Irishmen, who had been employed to work on the levees in Arkansas, were deck passengers on the Dresden. An old lady from Kentucky, with her two children, who were also deck passen gers, was greatly imposed on by some of these Irish men. Her children were abused, and the provisions sbe had pro vided herself with were taken and sto len. . On one occasion, when one of her children was struck by an Irishman, a Mr. James buIUvan, of Maysvilre, in this State, a cigar maker, and a worthy, steady and respectable geatleman, took the part of...

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

, - -it - 1 - . " - " .. .?. i .: . PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. , "Truth and Justice. AT ONS DOLLAR IN ADVANCS Volume XI.X- GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, DECEMBER 1, 1853. Number 1. [From the Louisville Journal.] LINDORA. BY ELIZA E. HARPER. I would not be the sunshine, To beam in splendor bright, Nor does my spirit envy The pale moon's tender light. ' The sunshine gilds the palace, The cottage in the Tale, And in its bright effulgence All greater lights grow pale. And tho' the sun brings gladness To sad and cheerless bowers, Yet oft his hot beam withers The pure and lovely flowers. - There is but one hath courage Upon his brow to gaze. That monarch bird, toe eagle, ' Fears not his scorching rays. Did he but gleam less fiercely Nor bid the sweet flowers die, Z fain would be the sunshine Uplighting earth and sky. And oft when darkness casteth Its shadow o'er the earth, When hushed the song of gladness, And stilled each sound of mirth. When lonely hearts are pining For just one feeble ray, ' To ca...

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

THE JOURNAL. tousiied' evert tbttrsd-at ttOKmo ' Tr JAMES HARPER", Mi the low price of $ I 00, i advance. OAI.LIPOI.1S. ' - WW. 1, 1833 The Delinquent List. For some reason unknown to us, the Auditor of his county has transferred the printing patronage of his office from the Journal to the Conner. We are at a loss to discover the reason for this. If there has Been en our part any failure to exe cute work to the satisfaction of that of ficer or the Commissioners, we never (are been notified of the fact we pre sume this wui not oe assigned as a reason, for even our enemies will have the candor to admit that so far as the execution of the work is concerned, ours will not suffer when compared with our neighbor's. We had supposed we bad some claim to this printing, or at least before it was taken from us, decent self respect should have induced this officer to notify us of the causes that induced him to depart from all previous practice in this particular. The Journal has been the medium...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 December 1853

n IP . a... 1... from the east, wUh- tion of mister-, note in the Japan pedition, and was to aaQ for home in the clipper ship Sea Serpent on .the 9 th of September, accompanied by Lieut. Com tek, of the same expedition. . ?Tbe Sweedenborgians, or Kew Church, hare established a College at Urbana, and near 100 students are in attendance. The Institution is quite liberal in its character, and the prevail ing influence of the town is the New Church. ' - I y 'If you marry," Roman counsel to his son, "let it be a woman "who has judgment enough to superin tend the getting of a meal of victuals, taste enough to dress herself, pride enough to wash before breakfast, and sense enough to hold her tongue when he has nothing to say." Th Citt vs. Somebody-. The steam boat case against the city, that has been frequently mentioned by the papers of late, has at length been ended by the payment of the money. It cost the city seven thousand two hundred and ten dollars. It is known that it was the resul...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 December 1853

Debtkuctioh or' Chwsss -Idols. The Tribune . publishes letter from Charles Taylor, at Hong -Kong, des- . cribing his visit to the Chinese insure genU. . We copy an interesting extract: We will now come to Silver island, fifty miles further on. It is a HiUn- sing from the bed of the river, is covered with a rank growth of trees and shrub- bery, and overlooks the city of Chin- - B-ang-fu, which is only two miles dis- taut. There are many temples on this island, some of them exceedingly beau- tiful aad costly, but the insurgents have utterly demolished every idol So grot-1 a scene of devastation I certainly never before beheld. Here were gilded and painted fragments of images strewn about in every direction, wnue uie ciay and straw of which the larger idols had been made covered the floors to the depth of one or two feet. ' The altars and tables, incence rases and candle sticks, Buddhist books, and all the par aphernalia of idolatrous worship were j broken, torn and scattered here and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 December 1853

J.i!'Jii.:lHT ! j ' i. . published by james harper, j "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IX'ADTAITClS Volume XIX- GALL I POLLS, OHIO, DEC EM BER 8, 1853. IV umber- 2. Ml it [From the Louisville Journal. WOMAN'S RIGHTS. BY ELLA. A woman's rights, say what are they? The right to weep, the right to pray, To wipe the tear from sorrows cheek. And words of comfort softly 6peak, To watch beside the bed of paid, "The fainting, drooping heart sustain. In tears receive the parting breath, The last to lea-e the conch of death, To weep as hers the hitter part, t)'er Wasted riches of the heart, t)n broken reeds pure love to poor, And wake to find the dream is o'er, Then fold her bosom's inmost leaf, Xvilh smiles conceal her quivering grief. Her place is home; her only care, ''The loved ones that concentre there, 'To guard and guide with gentle hand, 'To win but never to command, Afar from stony strife, which leads The manly soul to daring deeds, Her life exhales a smile, a sigh, Light-giving sta...

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 December 1853

THE JOURNAL. rUBUSUXB EVERT THURSDAY MOBjmrO, Br JAMES HARPER, jit the loir price of 1 1 00, in advance. GALLIPOLIS. vacnttr. Teachers' Ixstitcte. We have fre quently beard a desire expressed by Teachers and others interested in dera ting the standard of education, that a County Teachers' Institute might be formed. Many of the surrounding counties hare established such associa tions, and they report the happiest re sults therefrom. Similar results will follow in our own county if the great body of Teachers will manifest a work ing interest in the matter. The good results which may be expected to fol low to Teachers themselves are centain ly needed, as our county Examiners, we presume, could plainly make appear. Any effort or enterprise which may tend to advance the cause of education among those who receive their educa tion through our common schools should te encouraged by every class of our citi zens. And we trust that the call for a Teachers' Convention for the purpose of taking ...

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 December 1853

WIRE CABLES ACROSS RIVERS. the Louisville Courier of 89th alt. we find the following "We are gratified in being able to state, that the New Or- and Ohio Telegraph Company, repeated failures, and at great expence, have at length succeeded in securing a double submarine crossing at Maysville, Ky., being the first sub- marine cable with two perfectly iesula- wires yet laid, so far as we know, in the United (States. Mr. J. c. oieew. has accomnlished this work, under the directions of Mr. Tanner, President. The New Orleans and Ohio, and EL Louis and New Orleans companies, un der the same directions, have laid a greater length of subrnarinecables this summer, of the kind to resist such ob structions as occur on the Western wa ters, than all other lines in this coun try. There- are now five cables on i- - iV j ui - ...Vl- tnese lines, vis; me uuuuie wuc muk at Maysville, and single wire cables across the Tennessee and Ohio rivers at Paducah, the Mississippi at Cape Girardeau, and Merimac e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 December 1853

Miss Bremer in a Pickle. I like fetter oar usages at table than! !a' hi eountry.- Wiui us, people ao, enjoy, the pleasures of conversation, I and they need not think about the ; dishes, except in so far as enjoying . ttem goes. Everything, with us, is J danel silently and in due order by the attendants. At a erlance from the host-; ess you are offered a second supply, but this also silently; the dishes come round te the guests, each in his turn, and after that people are not troubled ' with them. Here it is not so. Here ' there is an incessant asking and inviting, ; so that with asking and inviting, and j electing and answering, there is really , bo time for the enjoyment of the meal, moonless of conversnuuu. uuia one able to help one's self; but the host j or hostess, or aunt or uncie, or ou ther polite person, or it many be the ( servants, wmcn nere in .oe ouuiu a ( aiwaj ucg.v. y J 1 . , r dom iret just what you wish for, or asK, much or as little as you want, and not x . . r -i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 December 1853

...... . ... - - . - - - x . - ; t Y -'". i .-ti i.-M ir5 si ? r: !?:.- ! t-t 135 f5-.:a .' v --' J i: v'Ji.j.' .; ? !..., ; i. -.; ,i nr;.-i!; - r," ''V . . rA J-'nf ( j tfi .1 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Vol nme i XIX. GALL I POL IS, O II TO, D E C EM BE R 1 5 , 185 3. Numhi:r 3. From the Literary Museum. I BRAIDED THIS FOR THEE. BY ADA. . . I braided this for thee, " . : -:When the tear wu in my eye, . r And mournfully and sadly came . . .. .The thought that I mast die; ,; -Yet with every tear drop falling ! I wore a pearl of love,- - -. , -i While the moonbeams lingered near me, -n And the stars kept watch above. 1 .. : T Jbtraidei this for thee, . . ; '. In memoir's holiest hour, ' . , When the saddened lays of 'other days' j Came back with thrilling power: ; And thine own dear form was near me, '.- As in the days when oft we met, -And the memory of thy words of love Is lingering with me yet. And how I send it to thee, lore, ' Tti th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 December 1853

In .obtaining the requisite supply Measures bare been taken to remore these difficulties, and to secure a more abundant importation of the article. Unfortunately, there has bee a' seri ous eoUkioA between our citizens, who hare resorted to the Chincha islands for it, and the Peruvian authorities sta tioned there. Redress for the outrages, com mitted by the' latter,- was promtlv de manded: bf our minister" at Lima. This subject is now7 under consideration, and there is reason to believe that Peru is disposed to offer adequate indemnity to the aggrieved parties. We are thus not onl y at peace with all foreign- countries, but, in regard to po btwal affairs, are exempt from any cause of serious disquietude m our domestic relations. The controversies, which We agi tated the country heretofore, are passing awaj with the esuses which produced them and the passions which they had awakened; or, if any trace of them re mains, it may be reasonably hoped that it will only be perceived in the ze...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 December 1853

that s settlad eoorietVjo shall pervade ths en tire Union, that nothing short of the highest teas 4 standard of public morality marks every part of the administration and legisla tion of th general government. Thai will the federal system, whatever expansion tine and progress may give it, continue more and more deeply rooted in the lore and confidence of the people. ' ' That viae economy, which is a far re moved from parsimony as from corrupt and corrupting extravagance that single regard for the public good, which will frown opoa all attempts to approach the treasury with inai di vas projects of prirate interests cloaked under public pretezis that sound fiscal administra tion, which, in the legislative department, guards against the dangerous temptations in cident to orerflowins; revenue, and, in the ex eeative, maintains an unsleeping watchfulness against the tendency of all national expendi ture to extravagance while they are admitted elementary political duties, may, I trust, be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 December 1853

nnmc TMTOraiirS--The public Blind is in an unfortunate mood,' in this country, in relation .to violations of law. Criminals are more numerous inrthe land Uhan they , ever were before and they are more generally tolerated. Pub lie feelinsr seems to be atrarujelT indif ferent on the subject,' Juries reflectXbe public, mind, and frequently .refuse, to Sad verdicts- of conviction where such verdicts ought, to be founds. And many ef the Courts are, in this regard, almost valueless. . Combinations of wealth and influence, are found to be .capable ef shielding almost any villain from legal punishment.' A .most alarming proof of the truth of what we say was tbe ver dict of acquittal rendered in the, Martha Washington case, in tact me wnuie trial in that case was a solemn farce, and was directlv calculated to produce or foster in the public mind disrespect for the iudicial tribunals and disregard of law. At the outset an ill-considered and useless order was made by the court, which 'It could...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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