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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 January 1854

If I t t 4 11 - i .in - i ii w PUBLISHED BY AMES HARPER. " "Truth and Justice." . . . AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume-XIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JANUARY 26, 1854. - Number 9. From the Louisville Journal. LINES. BY MARY NEAL. There's a feeling dwells within me ' Which I scarce know how to name; Tis a deep and constant yearning, - Not for honors, not for fame, " But it is a restless longing For a something more to lore, Which I think wiS yet be granted, i la the "beautiful above." When the cares of earth do gather Dark and thick along my way, When no lingering beam of gladness O'er my spirit sheds its ray, When this deep and restless craving On my very heart doth feed, 'Tis then my anxious spirit sighs For friendship's holy meed. Oh! friendship! few that find thee " In this world of dark deceit, Where thorns are ever lurking 'Mid the flowers that seem so sweet! -And some who truly love us .That can never comprehend Those subtle chords that can but thri'l To the touch of a spirit friend. 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. — 26 January 1854

Kans'pj Aacnc Eipsditiow. A let ter from Dr. Kane, giving- the experi cnoes of the Arctic expedition under his command b to July Sttth. has been rcceived: in NeW York.-, ft is the fiirst letter received1 from httaf since the e peditiou' sailed', and is written in'afiope-" ful and encouraging spirit. He was at Upernavik. It was his intention to re main in the brig as long as possible, seeking a harbor on the eastern side of KmitK'd Rruind Tlia mAmmt the m- .sel comes to anchor he will leave Olsen, a trustworthy man,-in- charge,- to pre- pare for winter quarters, drop bis whaie Voat, with himself, the .Esquimaux, ana seven men, and take advantage of in shore tide-leads to continue his journey to the" north; He anticipates that his return'to'the brie will probably be dur- 5nr the solemn darkness of tie winter fiitrht. But, apart from the novelty and excitement of such a journey, the moon in her high northern declination will Come itf a the very nick of time, becom ing circirmpolar on 1...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 January 1854

THE JOURNAL. ST At f 1 00 in advance; Si 00 at tie end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, - JANUARY 86, 1854 " Thx Wiathsk for tie past week. . like the previous one, nas oeen very Changeable. Thursday night we had a heavy thunder storm,, accompanied with a strong wind. Friday the atmos phere was warm and pleasant, with a .strong south wind, and in the evening were visited by a severe bail and wind storm. On Saturday morning a regular aid northerner sprung up, and we paid Veil for the little touch of spring weath- we enjoyed the day previous. The ind was very strong and the cold was intense, particularly on me nver. yuite a nnmliw f enal hftftta And a few steA- tners bad to lay to on account of the high wind. A stiff north wind sprung up Sunday night, which for a time made things crack, and continued more or less throughout the greater part of Mon-, day. To-day (Tuesday) it has mode rated considerably, but is cold enough for all out-door purposes. ' Jt3?"From some, to us unaccountab...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 January 1854

WomviTs Rights Vindicated. Ed Ward H. Jones having advertised bis wife Sarah A., through the columns of th Stamford, CL, Advocate, as a con tumacious absentee from his downy bed and ample board, she takes op the broom-stick in self-defence, and 'car Ties the war into Africa" with an ear nestness and vivacity true Napoleonic. If Edward H. Jones ever shows his battered pate in public after this, it will be because he is as insensible to shame as a horse-block: To Tin Public. Whereas my hus band, Edward H.Jones, has falsely ad vertised that I have left his bed and board, and that he will pay no debt of my contracting, c, this is k miurm the public that the aforesaid E. H. Jones had neither bed nor board for me to leave, he bavin? been living at the ex- Dense of my father; and farther, un der the pretence of procuring money to pay his way to oermmgham, Connecti cut, he borrowed a dollar of my father, and with that paid for his lying adver tisement against me, and even after this dastard...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 February 1854

- ,iOX HJT"-.t) : tSSf U Mm It.- H ,f-i II , y r t irs . . Ill iU ."-. t-dr i.. i ,7 - . I I. . , a . ill i-.-. " . r - - . r j r - PUBLISIJED BTt JAMES HARPER. j n -. , Trttlh-aid-Jaiilice.'' " - : "ili AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADTANCS VoTiimo XIX. r: V :r G A L L IP.OL I S, ;0 II I Q, . F E B R U A R Y 2 .18 5 4. Number 10. n 1 rv.i ii i si isi 171:1 1- v: til llir t lit .. IIS "' tST Qui columns Are again gilded with a raj of light from the brilliant For the Gallipolis Journal. V'iamW'Mirh irlonmr fore-bodines v& look only to what is bright in the future and if all there look dark, Uen dottot nope a ray gild it", " , ; . . . Tlio! douda may roll, from pole to pole, And hide each gleam of light, Well steal Hope's ray. to g3d the day,, i- And force it to look bright, i . Fate froww T awhile, yet veara a smile, - Behind the blackest sky, 1 : But with good grace, put on joy's face, ""And clouds will quickly fly. Well ne'er look sad, however bad :; The winds and wares around us; . ' . Wel...

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 February 1854

CONGRESS. WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. ExBArt. Mr. Douglas from the eom xfcittee on Territories, reported a bill dividing Nebraska into two territories; ma to be called Nebraska, and the other Kansas Territory, and providing - Governments for both. Mr. Cass offered the following resolu tion: , 1 esolved, That the President of the United Sutea be requested to communi cate to the Senate, as far as he may deem it comDatible with the public in terest, a copy of any correspondence which may have taken place wivn mc Government of the Papal States, touch ing a mission to the United States. Mr. Cass alluded to the manifestations of disrespect and outrages perpetrated against this distinguished visitor,, f Be dim,) aad expressed his entire condem nation of all such proceedings. He avowed his belief that Bedini was en tirely innocent of the gross charges tads seainst him. Mr. Mason also took the same ground. Mr. Butler expressed his surprise and egret at the outrages. Others took the same ground. V M...

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 February 1854

THE JOURNAL. r BDrtlD in rUBLIBEXO bt J A 31 SB SA&PSBi r' 13TM91 00 in advance; ft 00 at tie end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. - - FEBRUARY 2, 1854. Thx Tax Law Dicisioh. The Su preme Court of Ohio, hare pronounced their decision on the validity of the tax lav, commonly called the "crow-bar" law, as regards Bank taxation. It ap pears from their decision that hereafter the citixens of Ohio is to be taxed not only upon the property they possess, but also upon the debts that are due to them without any deduction therefrom of the debts which they owe the court say that it is unconstitutional to make such deduction to such a eonclu- sion was the court driven in order to sup port the crowbar law, and strike a blow at the Banks. Host convenient is it for the progressive Democracy of Ohio that they have a Supreme Court that is willing to legislate whenever the legisla ture has failed to toe the mark.' If the Constitution is what is here decided, it cannot be changed too soon. But ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 February 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. Decline in Consuls—Turkish Affairs Mort Complicated—Large Advance in Flour and Corn—Cotton Unchanged —Great Snow Storm in England and Belgium. HALIFAX, Jan. 23. The Arabia, -with dates' from" Liver- pool to the 7th inst has arrived in port Vomrnercial Intelligence. Uotton is unchanged, with a good demand. ' . .i, '"Floiif has advanced materially. "Wes tern Canal is quoted at .42s, and Ohio, Baltimore and Philadelphia at 43s. , ' Corn has advanced Is 6d per quarter. ' '."Provisions quiet' ' . . . il1 Consols 93f. ' . ' There was great excitement in the jbarlets for Breadstirfls, and all descrip tions had large! adyanced, the markets ' closing buoyant and much excited. , . Brown fc Shipley .report a large bu siness doing in American Breadstuff's, at rapidly advancing prices, with an ex tensive speculative demand,- all quali ties of .flour, wheat and Indian corn considerably advanced, and quotes wes tern canal Flour at 4142s, and Ohio and similar brands 42 43s; s...

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 February 1854

N(7 i i .W W 's: i M : " : I II I m PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. ... "Truth and Justice." .T-- - AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. y G ALL I POL IS, O III O, FEBR CART. : 9,1 8541 Number1 11. : grThe brilliant Ida- Litutgbtos again graces, our columns: ' -1 -V-"-' [For the Gallipolis Journal.] THE MIDNIGHT SHOWER. . ; ,. Tatter, patter, on the roof, , Patter-patter-goes the rain; " " Perei want ihurer token, - ! ;! ' .-; That the ion will chine, again. Patter jatter-H)n the roof; Patter patter, goes the rain; Thronging mem'rieg of my childhood, Come in long, unbroken train. Patter patter on tie roof, Patter patter goes the run; Jlany visions of the absent. Fill my lonely heart again. Fatter patter on the roof, :; Patter patter goes the rain, Never felt so sweet assurance, ' - That there's pleasure in pain. t t 'j - - - " ' .-',: Patter patter, on thereof, - Patter patter, goes the rainj Throng a speetie-erova of castles, Castles that were reared in vain. , T. : Pattern-patter, on 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. — 9 February 1854

Tzutri.k Emnioi or Gubtowdeb. -French's ball and cartridge factory, at Ravneswood, Long Island, exploded en Saturday; the S8th ult. About fwenty persona were instant y killed, Mostly boy and girls, who weft em ployed filling cartridge. Vn 60,000 cartridges ezplodel house for miles around and breaking windows. The appearance of the plaee on Sunday, is described as sickening to the last degree.- The foflowmg is from the New York Herald of Monday: The place of the explosion presented sickening and revolting appearace. tfhe lot on which the powder factory stood' was covered with spots Jf blood, where the mangled remains of the un fortunates had been thrown by the tre mendous force of the explosion. Stand ing in main road between two lots, both of which were corered with peo ple, we did not know which way to turn to find the ruined factory. Speaking to a'bystander, "Can you inform us where the powder mill stood?" we said. "The h'ell-engendered factory stood there," he answered, pointing ...

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 February 1854

THE JOURNAL. v soma An pubuseu) bt J7Atwl 00 in advance; 82 00 at the end of the year. UAXLIPOL1S. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1854 &Het the advertisements of Wad dxia & Haiaidat, a new firm, at Head Quarter. Tbey keep the choicest kind of Goods. Go settle up and commence anew. tW E. Dilxtombx it Co., hare as good an article of fish as ever a tail. Try them. JEsrit will De seen vj i another column, that the citizens Of I Raccoon township intend having a Cir cular Fox chaise on the 18th inst, and - v J J .,.1 -t printers, there. We shall endeavor to be JCyThe following gentlemen will ac cept our thanks for late Cincinnati papers- A. McGlauflin, Mr. Richards and Dr. S. C. Bailey. Mr. R. Blodget, for late New Orleans papers. We are under renewed obligations to both lines of Packets for papers the past week. ' tW Claud. J. Menager arrived here from New Orleans on Monday last, looking bale and hearty, but somewhat tinged by the rays of old SauL t3T An election was held in Wheel ing on ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 February 1854

Tei GfkxA Tobha'do. We copy the fottdinnjj'aeijbuhtf ofthejrei? tornado near Mt'Ternon Chioj'frouithe Cleveland-Herald:; A - cr.VtvW The hurricane broke out not far from SP. Mi, on Friday, the tOth. 'The tornado first manifested itself about 8 miles west of south from Mt. Vernon. .The tornado passed over a field or two, tearing np fences, flinging the rails like straws for hundreds of yards, and dashed against a double log cabin occu pied by John B.. Turner. Jars. - I urner and. two children, who were standing near a huge fire-place. were literally swept into it, but fortu nately escaped with a slight burning. Their preservation from death .by the falling fogSj which came rattling about their heads, is almost miraculous. ., Just as they were swept into the fire, an im mense log was blown out, from above the door, which lodged . one end against the mantel-piece above the hearth, and the other rested upon the middle of the floor. . All the logs in the bouse were blown in at the very n...

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 February 1854

- r f f r PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADVANCE Volume XIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, FEBRUARY 1G. 1854 Number 12. 3 )M lw ly iJ-1 ' THE GREEN HILLS OF MY FATHERLAND. LAM). BY MRS. LAURA M. THURSTON. The green hills of my Fatherland In dreams still greet my view; I see once more the waye-girt stand, The ocean-depth of blue, The sky, the glorious sky, outspread, Above their calm repose. . The river, o'er its rocky bed ' Still singing as it flows, The stillness of the Sabbath hours, When men go np to pray, The sun-light resting on the flowers, The birds that sing among the bowers, Through all the Summer day. Land of my birth! mine early love! . Once more thine airs I breathed I see thy proud hills tower above, ' Thy green vales sleep beneath. Thy groves, thy rocks, thy murmuring JjlllS, - . All rise before mine eyes, The dawn of morning on thy hills, Thy gorgeous sunset 6kies; Thy forests, from whose deep recess A thousand streams have birth. Gladdening the lo...

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 February 1854

Tukkxt nt AIMS, Vimui Ehqush MrLOXAcr. For eveiy movement of the English cabinet the result of which only affords the Cxar more time for pre paration the Saltan strikes a blow and disgraces the arms of Russia, thus counteracting the peace policy of Eng.- land, which is essentially humbug, m a 'lhe present state of Europe,-Sy wound ing the military pride of Nicholas. The political; effects of the late battle, as well1 as the military, are thus sketch ed by a foreign correspondent of the New York Tribune: The battle of Tshetale, which lasted for three days and ended with the com plete Tictory of the Turks over the for ees of General Anrep. is, in many re ' anects, of the utmost importance. from the time that the diplomatic in trigues of the ambassadors at Constanti nople succeeded in prevailing upon the Forte to order Omer Pacha to remain on the defensive, and not only not to fol low np his first sncces at Oltenitza, bat even to recross the Danube, the Rus sians have constantly prepar...

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 February 1854

THE JOURNAL; SDITXD AXD rVBIISEXO tt . ' 7 AXXE 2fl.B28. ',grAt$l 00 ia advance; ft 00 th end of the yearT at U4XLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1854 Oub Mails. At no period since our vOXUXCCUvu WlbU Ml fflCOO, UO, V HIV uuus been so irreirular. The Chilli cothe mail arrives just in time to be too late to form a connection with the mails leaving for Hsslelrflle and Marietta, and the eon sequence is, our citiiens on these routes are thrown out of their mail matter for days, merely for the accommodation of a few contractors. The contractor on the Marietta route, it appears, changes the day of his departure from this of fice whenever it suits his convenience, withouteyen consulting those concerned. At present he is wofully out of fix, lea ving in the morning of the day the ChQ- lieothe mail am res, thus throwing the mail matter on this route nearly a week behind. The Haskelville mail leaves every Tuesday and Thursday morn ings, and under the present change of die ChiHicothe mail, which...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 February 1854

, Official Bornu. Saturday was a ! bitter cold day without, but the Coun ty Commissioners managed to create an excitement nd conflagration within doors. At 10 o'clock in the siorning, John Hawkins bad prepared in the ro tund of the new Uourt House, a wm fire in one of the large Iron Sand Heat ers used by the Patent Roofers, when shortly afterwards a procession reached Xhe second story, headed by Jesse Timanus and John Patlon, County Commissioners, attended by Judge Flinn and Prosecuting Attorney Pru den, with half a dozen laborers, bearing trunks and carpet bags of counterfeit mnnn. imnlements of buTtflaTS, mUT derers, Ac, with captured spoils of o-amblincr table, kino. &c. A crowd of observers drew round, and the tall chief Timanus. of commanding form and mien, announced that, aocording to law, he would proceed to commit to the flames, an accumulation of effects taken from transgressors of the law. The contents of a basket of tools, gravers, dies, tc, taken from Towner, at whos...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 February 1854

.4'- . 1 ,nub:;I 7j:iiii:.:ii' I I III IH . I i I HI. 01 , v t i mi PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. f- '. "Trijth and Justice." - . : -c :. . . . - ' -' ' AT ONE DOLLAR. IN ADVANCE - f ' - ' r " , ' ; . . s, " ' " Volume-; XIX- . - v ri- v :-: A; :;. Q ALIilPOLI S , O II I O, FEBRUARY 23. 1 8 54, - ". -timber ;13r T'X" We hare been furnished m copy oflte SanU Fe. (New Mexicb) Ca. in wtich the following narrative of the intense suffering of Mrs. Wilson, while in captivity ; among the Comanche In dians, originally appeared: [From the Sante Fe Gazette.] SANTA FE, N. M., Dec. 14, 1853. w. W.H. Davit Esq.: ""Dear.Sr:' Circumstances requiring my absence from this place, I leave in jour hands for publication the following narrative, which I prepared at the re quest of yourselves and others: The Bufferings herein related appear almost incredible; but no one who has any ac quaintance with the subject of the nar rative - can for a moment doubt her veracity. 6be is a younjr woman of BreDossessinff ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 February 1854

Ohio Legislature. COLUMBUS, February 13. ' Buuw-DaD times, nothing that disturbed the "equanimity of well fed RmalAM aftar a. rtfrartw Annv Fnnr bills were read fai the committee of the whole.1- . KcrTJsr--fhe committee of the whole ' debated the Senate bill to organise a s Commission to re rise the criminal pra (See, and prepare a genera) crunutafcode for the State. Several gentlemen speke at length on the subject- Messrs. Gest and Gurley advocated the bill, and Mpftxm WuTVttyi and RMsraXaad nnrmaad n. Mr. Van Hook from the- Standing Committee on Public Works made a re " port against the propoaitfcm to sell the same Ut th hitrhest bidder. A resolution asking an amendment of the United States Constitution, so that the Supreme Court Judges shall be elected by the people, and hold their offices only eight years, was passed al most unanimously, only fire rotes in the negative. 1 4th Sxl-ATX. Nothing of special interest. In the House a proposition was made lb adjourn March 20th, and ref...

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 February 1854

THE JOUKNAL. KDOTD XXB M7BU8HXD BT - 'JAZ3E8 EARfflB, . t xgfAt f 1 00 in advance; f 2 00 it the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. - - FEBRUARY 23, 18&4 Oub Mails Aoiffl. We received a mafl from Chillicothe on Tuesday week and another on Saturday night last, neither of which reached here on the day they were due, besides one mail fail- , ing to reach nsentirery. The mail eon tractor on the Chillicothe route seems determined to punish the citizens of this place, and at the same tune pocket little from Uncle Sam, for money saved, according to the old adage, i money earned. We venture the assertion that there is not another mail route of equal importance in the United States where such repeated and continued failures of the contractor to furnish the mau would not result in the interference of the de partment to promptly remedy the evil, either by declaring the contract forfeited, or by compelling the delinquent to ob serve his contract. Week after week, and year after year, th...

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 February 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. Decline in Flour and Wheat—Advance in Corn. . Kiw Iobi, Feb. , 14. The steamer Africa, with advices from Liverpool to toe Z8tb uK., has arrived at her wharf. Commercial Iktelligince. Flour and Wheat became dull on Fridav. the 27th, and Flour sold at a decline of 6d per barrel, and Wheat 2d per jush., below the closing pnces the Tuesday previous. Richardson Brothers quote Western Uanal Jflour at 24s, Ohio and similar brands 44s 6d, ex-warehouse, and 43s 44s ex-shin. United States white Wheat 12s 8d13s from ship, and 13s 3d to 13s 6d from warehouse. Canadian 1 2s I ZS9d. Corn is in active demand at an ad vance of Is to 2s per quarter, closing at 61s Cd to 52s for prime White and Yel low. Lard was scarce, and considera ble sales were made at 56s percwt. At London, Baring fe Brothers say money is easier, wunouc cnange, in rates of bank discount.- Consols opened Friday at a recovery of one "half per cent, and then again slightly receded, closing at 9090J. ' General...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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