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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 March 1854

;- it. t j . - - vt - U V' - til Hi il H a v I . UAi . ' i 111 fl . JJ " 1 1 g . ' " ' 0 PUBLISHED BT JAMESHARPHL ' ' .", '? , , ' ' 'V -.::.: "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCX 1 " ' - ' - . - - - - I. - , M , . . .1 . I I ! I I . M. I . ,, . I I ! II I Volume XI.X. . 'Vy'V,.;.,: G A LL I POL IS, OHIO, MARCH 2, 1 8 54 . Number 14. THE FIRM BANK. " "' Supposed to have been written by the Et. -Rowland Hill, at m time when public credit in Great Britain was shaken bj the fail ore of several banks. ,., I hare a never failing Bank, ' ' ' A more than Golden Store, No earthly bank ia half to rich, : I, How can it then be poor? Tis when my stock i spent and gone, ' And I without a groat, : I'm glad to hasten to my Bank, And beg a little note. '. ) Sometimes my Banker, smiling, says, Why don't you oftener come. And when you draw a little note, .. .Why not a larger sum? Why lire so nigardlyand poor? Your bank contains a plenty; ' " Why come and take a one pound note,. : When you m...

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 March 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA. Further Decline in Breadstuffs—Preparations for War Progressing with unabated Viger—Terrible Marine Disaster —Conspiracy in Spain—General Concha Declared a Rebel—Later from China—Shanghai Partially Destroyed by Fire. NEW YORK, Feb. 25. The steamer Europa, with advices from Liverpool to the 1 1th inst., has ar rived at this port. ; Commercial Iktblligikcx. Bread- stuffs had further considerably declined. ' Western Canal Flour is quoted at 39s d40s; and Ohio and similar brands at 40s 6d41s. .Corn had declined to 49s49s 6d. Lard is quoted at 67s. . No change in the rates of interest. Consols closed at 9192. Dennistoon 4 Co.. quotes American Breadstuffs dull during the week, and the demand confined to immediate wants closing at the decline above noticed. Corn in very limited demand, and had declined folly 2s g) quarter daring the week. On Friday, the 10th, there was rather more doing in all kinds of Breadstuffs, and prices closed firm at the decline. Richardson Br...

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 March 1854

THE JOTJKNAL. V7 ASSSa HAJirBB. lylt r) in "dTince;i 00 i .the tad of the year. ' r, v - GAiiiiiroLis: . . - T ,. THTJBSDAY, - - - MARCH 8. 1854. Scpukx Cocktt-Ths Public Squab Cask. On Saturday last the Supreme Covt adjourned to the first Monday of Kay. A number of judgments were announced, the reason of the opinions to be hereafter written out Among the eases we find the following where the Court decided that the public square cannot be fenced: . -' Jr.. - ; . Langleyv. Town of Gallipolia. Er ror. Bartley J- announced the Judgment a A . tam -thc reasons 10 do nereaner written out :-- - ' ' " - Judgment affirmed. We have seen no decision of J. B, Smith v. jhe State. . J3Tlt w stated that Ex-President .Fillmore is about to lead to the altar MifaEIixabeth Porter, of Niagara Falls, only daughter of the late Gen. Peter B, Porter, a hero of the war of 1812, and Secretary of War under John Qaincy Adams. ' ' Miss Porter is 32 years of Age, high cultivation, and large fortune. Her brother ...

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 March 1854

Col. .Fumokts Lakd Claim. The Califbrnia papers by the last mail from San Francisco, brines the decision Judge Hoffman, delivered in the district eourt of California on the 7th of Jarra ary, in the ease of the United States ts. John X Fremont, appellee. This was a ease of appeal by the United States, from the decision of the board of com missions for ascertaining and settling private land claims in California., on the claim of Col. Fremont to a tract of land containing ten square' leagues, called the -Mariposas grant, the commissioners having decided in favor of the claim. CoL Fremont's claim rested on a pur chase made by him on the 14th of Feb ruary, 184T, of John B. Alvarado, a Mexican officer, of the tract of land in nnMhnn hp hnvmar three years previ ously obtaiaedifce grant--freaiih-M fcan Governor. The grant was issHed February 29, 1844, on the petition of Alvarado, who represented that he was desirous of contributing to the spread of agriculture and to the industry of the cou...

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 March 1854

j ilo mi I ilPI II I PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. ; - . . "Trnlli and Justice." . . AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADVANCE Volume: XIX. GALL I POL I S, OHIO, MARCH 9.1854. Number 15. 0 the death of Jacob Webb, David Morrow, John Harris, Henry Lewis, David Hunt and Edward Linsey, six militiamen who were . condemned to die, the sentence approvea dj Major General Jackson, and by his order the whole six shot. O! did you bear that plaintive cry, Borne on the southern breeze? . Saw you John Harris, earnest pray, 1 .' For mercy-on bis knees? Low to tbe earth be bent, and pray'd - For pardon from his chief; But to bis earnest prayer for life," Jackson, alas! was deaf. Spare roe,' he said, 'I meant no wrong, Jfy heart was always true; First for my country's cause it beat, - "And next, great chief, for you. ?We thought our term of service out, ' ' Thought it our right to go; We meant to violate no law, ' Nor wish'd to shun the foe. - 'Our officers declared that we Had but three months to star, We served thos...

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 March 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ANDES. BOSTON, March 1. The steamer Andes from Liverpool en the 14th arrived here this morning. ' The Niagara has been withdrawn to earry troops to Malta. The Cnnard Company advertise, that in consequence of the Niagara being taken bj the Gov ernment, the propeller Alps will take Her place on tee ltjih.- J The Government has chartered thir . teen steamships to convey troepe to Malta. - Lohdoh, Feb. 13 Eveninav Foreign wheat held firm! v: nricea unaltered. " The steamship Great Britain arrived at Liverpool on the 14th, 68 days . from Melbourne. - The following steamers have been taken by Government: From the Gen eral Screw Steamer Company, Propon tis. Cape of Good Hope, Golden Fleece, and Jason; from the Oriental Company, HinaJava, Manilla, and Re Don: from the Canard Company, Niagara and Cam bria; irom the Australia Company, Victoria. It is reported that Lord Eaglaw is to have chief command of the English force. The Duke of Cambridge, the Earl of Cardegan, and General...

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 March 1854

THE JOURNAL. URID ASD FBT3LISHED BT JAMES HASPE8, At SI 00 in advance; 92 00 at the end of th fear. GALI.IPOLIS. THURSDAY,--MARCH 9, 1854. Scab? at Poiht Pliasakt Rail road. The bill in the Virginia Senate for the purpose of constructing a branch of the Covington and Ohio Railroad from the mouth of Scary to the Ohio river, baa again been defeated. The rote stood 18 to 18. We clip the fol lowing proceedings from the Richmond Inquirer of the 24th nit: The bill to construct a branch of the Covington and Ohio Railroad from Sca ry to Point Pleasant by the Board of Public Works, and appropriating $100, 000 for that purpose, was advocated by Messrs. Hall, Deneale, Ward and Steen rod, and opposed by Mr. Witeher. The bill was lost by a tie vote as follows: ArM Messrs. Ambler, Baldwin, Barnett, Chapman, Creijjh, Deneale, Funsten, Hall, Harris, Jones, Layne, Uullin, Paxton, Reger, Steenrod, Stuart, Ward, West 18. Noks Messrs. Brawner, Braxton, . Campbell, Catlett, Grantham, Johnson, Logan, Mar...

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 March 1854

Wtahdott Iitoiact. A small group of this ' tribe came over from Black Fish lake yesterday, where they hare been can ping daring the winter, fishing ' and trapping. They had several bun . dies of peltry. They say. "deer scarce out in that section." One of the old hunters, whose locks were slightly sil vered by age, invested his receipts on sale of a few coon skins, for a red hand kerchief, and a bottle of "red head." He gave us some samples of mongrel Ene-lish."" and whiskey Indian. "One snnaw was in the ' nartv. whose wild garb concealed the handsome form of nature s untutored chile, of the lorest, and brake. Memphis (Tenn) Eagle. A RiaiPhilakthoptst. A German m New York named Lindenmuller, who keeps a restaurant, gives dinners to all poor Germans gratis every day, between the hours of one and two o'clock. Though especially for Germans, he says all other poor may come. By and by, he says he is going to give every body a good dinner for four cents, but the gratis meal to the poor wil...

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 March 1854

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HABPEJL ((Trut)and Justice." .. AT 0X2 DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume " XIX- GALL I P O L I S OH IOt. M A It C II 16. 1854. Number 1G. THE GREEN HILLS OF MY FATHERLAND. ... LAJfD. - BY MRS. LAURA THURSTON. ' The green hills of my Fatherland, Io dreams still greet vaj view; .1 seeonce more the ware-girt etrand. 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 up to pray, The sun-light resting on the flowers, The birds that sing among the bowers, Through all the Summer dav. o Land of my birth! mine early home! Once more thine airs I breathe, I see thy proud hills tower above, Thy green vales sleep beneath. Thy groves, thy rocks, thy murmuring hills, All rise before mine eyes, -The dawn of morning on thy hills. Thy gorgeous sunset skies; TVi v fnrfmta from whrvop ifopn rpPRS A thousand streams have birth, Gladdening the lon...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 March 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. Breadstuffs Better—Bombardment of Breadstuffs Better—Bombardment of Turkish Ports by Russian Vessels--- Breadstuffs Better—Bombardment of Turkish Ports by Russian Vessels---The Cloud of War Grows Darker. NEW YORK, March 7. The steamer Atlantio arrived at this 'port last night, with dates to the 22d tut, CbifKKBCiAl. lirfttaotsc. Bread stuffs better; Wheat having advanced " 2d $ bush.. ad Flour 6d $3 brl.; Corn in hpttpr demand, but no hieher, and quotes Western Canal Flour at 40s 6d 41s, and Ohio and similar brands 41s 6d42s; White Wheat IZsizs a; and Ked lls12s 2d; Cora 4748s, McHenry quotes Bacon in fair demand, and about equal to the supply. A very moderate demand for Beef and Pork. Lard less active. Tallow dull. The French fund declined considera bly'on the 20th; the fall in the threes reached 2fr. 5c. The atlantic got aground last night, and subsequently got off, and after pass ing quarantine this morning, she went ashore again. General IjtTiLUGKNci. Th...

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 March 1854

THEJOUKM ' ' - XPRXD ANB PD3U8HS2) BT " 7AUJ!I BABPSB, X3TAt tl 00 in advance; $2 00 at the end of the year. - . UALLirOLIS. tliURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1854. Thx Hails. The following commu nication from Buffalo, Va., reached us by the Fashion No. 2. It is aggrava ting for the people to be imposed upon by a few unprincipled mail contractors, yet there appears to be no remedy for the evil, as communications hare been forwarded to the Postmaster General, Betting forth our grievances, but up to the present time matters appear to be getting worse. Under the present man egc-ment we get a weekly mail instead "of a tri-weekly from Chillicothe. The mail not only misses at every fall of rain, but at intervals between showers, when the roads are comparatively good. We should like to know if the Post master at Point Pleasant performs his duty by reporting each failure.- The Journal is regularly sent in time for each mail that leaves this place: Mr. James Harper: Tour paper has not come for two weeks....

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 March 1854

DoUOlAS ANO TH MlSSOPM JOHTRO- im i 1 85 1. Extracts from the speech pf Mr. Douglas, of Hlmois, in the Sen ale; Pec- 83. 1851, on the resolution declaring tht Compromise , Measures to be definite 'settlement of all the ques t Hons' growing oat of the subject of do- -' mestio slavery. Mr. Douglas said: '"At the close of the long session 'which adopted these measures, I re solved never to make another speech upon the subject of the slavery question in the rialls rt fVintrreea. ' I rerrari all discussion r.f that question here sttnn" wise, misch evous and out of place. . "When tne stormy agitation arose in s connection with the annexation of Texas, I originated and first brought forward -Kjhe Missouri Compromise as applicable , to that territory and had the gratifica :. tion of seeing it incorporated in the bill -which annexed Texas to the United States. "For more than a quarter of a centu- " ry the Missouri Compromise has been v cherished as a fair, just and honorable adjustment of a ...

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

! - - j-irrn- t liifir n til- v: . ' PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume . XIX G A LL IP OLIS, O II I O , M A It C II 23, 1854. Number 17. '0:;)'J .in .--.: i J i i k-s i i m t mm n - m i - m a at i s a - a "NEVER! NEVER! NEVER!" " I may be asked, and hare been asked, When i am for tne annotation of the Union T 1 an' ffirer, K ever! Never! Never! Hoist Cut. BY GEORGE W. CUTTER. ask. me when I'd rend the scroll. Our fathers names are written o'er. When I would see our flair unroll ' Its mingled stars and stripes no more; When with worse than felon's band, Or felon counsel I would sever The Union of this glorious land . : I answer, "Never, never, never. , When je can find in lawless might, Where carnage treads its crimson way, Where burning cities gild tbe night, Where cannon smoke obscures the day; . -In towns deserted fields of ground Abandoned by the faithful plough, Security hope peace profound. - The blessings heaven vouchsafes ye ' ' n...

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

ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. Large Dedline in Breadstuffs—Insurrection in Spain—Attack upon the Castle at Saragossa. Halifax, March t&. The steamer Arabia, with advices from Liverpool the 4th inst., has armed at this port. , Commercial Istkluokhcb. T h market for breadstuff's was dull, and -prices had largely declined. Flour quoted at a decline of 2s per brL Corn 2s per quarter, and Wheat 4d per bush. Consuls for money are quoted at 91i- Brown dc Shipley quote white wheat at Ilg6d12s3d; Red at 10s 9dIls Western Canal Flour, 39s; straight Bal timore and good Ohio, S9s40s; and Com 45b 6d46s 6d, but adds, in postscript, that the market closed at further decline of Is on Flour and Corn. Gckebal Ihwlligihc. A formida ble insurrection had taken place at Sara gossa, in Spain; a cavalry regiment had revolted and seized the castle, but was finally defeated and fled; the city was then placed under Martial Law. The whole province of Madrid is in state of seige. Concha is deeply impli cated, and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 March 1854

THE JOUKNAL. ' . IDITID JJTD FTTBIJ8HXD BY JAMES HABP2B. - XSAt tl 00 in advance; 92 00 at . the ead of the year. . ; -.. .-. UALLIPOLI. THXTRSDaY, . MABCH23, 1864. Sdturt of the 'Black Warrior. The steamer Black Warrior has been seized by the authorities at Havana on the plea that the owners entered her' cargo in ballast Instead of transit. As the yes ael neither took earg to Havana nor brought it away it was proper according to law and usage to enter the cargo as ballast, whether it be composed of bales of cotton or stone. It was a rascally Af limiiiiMf An ill nart nf lh an- thorities at Havana to seise this vessel, and if they do not repent for the step taken, we will acknowledge that we know bat little of the American char acter or Uncle Sam's power. It will be' seen by the Washingtoa news that it has caused considerable ex citement about the Capital. .' t3T An application was made before Judge Adams, at Helena, Ark., on the 9th inst, for 'the release of the Martha Washington -p...

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 March 1854

For the Gallipolis Journal. LINES. There have been hoars to mem'ry dearer, 'Wlien the sunlight scenes of day,' When friends were fonder, joys were nearer, ; - - - ' ;; Bat now, alas! they're fled away. Yet still perhaps some hopes may wale en . In tLis sad heart depressed with care, And like flowers, in vale forsakes, Still lire in lonely beauty there. Then cheer up faint heart, for tears are , rain, ' "They cannot soothe thy sorrow, They are falling as falls the rain, - ..Unheeded as the morrow, Though the silver cord be twain, Though the golden bowl be broken- Cheer up faint heart, each tear is van, Each is but sorrow's token. : ww wwj a ailU ICfc U1IUC CJ CO In fruitless tears be shrouded; Why weep although within me lies - A heart with sadness clouded. 0, not one slightest woe befalls . - But God gives strength to bear it; Can He be deaf to sorrow's call, Who came on earth to share it? God's planets shine behind the mist, So beam thy faith unclouded t :i 1 - a i j i: ..i-i i .1 ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 March 1854

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice.' AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCS Volume XIX. GALL I POL I S, OHIO, M A It C II 30, 1854. Number 18. AXES TO GRIND. Tpki "Rosin the Bow." Frank Pierce rolls around in lis carriage, - With servants before and behind; His shinale hano-s out at the White House, ' "Here axes are taken to grind." To grind. His Levees are lined with fashion; The walls of his mansion are lined With silver, with gold, and purple, And yet, he takes axes to grind. To grind. His mirrors, they reach to the ceiling; His carpets in Europe designed: Frank Pierce is a curly headed Nabob In kids he takes axes to grind. To grind. "Little Giant" he lires at Mount Julip mind; He keeps the best kind of good liquors; . tie, too, takes in axes to grind. - -. ' To grind. Both grinding on Kansas Nebraska, Perhaps when too late they will find Some folks will be cutting their fingers, While meddling with axes to grind To grind. THIRTY-FIVE. "The years of man are three score and ten." Oh,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 March 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. NEW YORK March 23. The war question U unchanged. xhe Pacific sailed on Wednesday, the 8th instr The Africa arrived out on the 7th, and ibs America, from Bos ton. The clipper ship Lightning ar rived at Liverpool in 13 days from Bos ton. . . . The position of affairs in regard "the Eastern question remains unchang Vn battles had taken place on the Danube, except that two columns Russians attacked each other in the .dark in mistake for Turks. Some hun 'dreds were killed before the error was scorered. Small skirmishes go on be tween the Turks and Russians. There is nothing new from Asia or from the fleets. : . The Greek insurrection has been al most checked and is no longer formida ble. The United States Minister at Con stantinople, had presented his creden tials to the Sultan and made an address in answer to the Saltan, assuring him the sympathy ol the United States. The British Chancellor of the Ex chequer proposes to doable the income tax and the trench Minist...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 March 1854

THE JOUENAL. --. xonrxs avd pttbubhxo bt JAZISI BABFEB, -i yAt 1 00 m advance; 92 00 a the end of tlie yea?. - GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAT. - - MARCH 30, 1854. Cokghss. In the House of Repre sentatives on Tuesday, the 2 1st, Mr. Richardson moved that the House go into committee of the whole on the State of the Union, with the design of reach ing the Nebraska bill, but it was lost; yeas 83, nays 108. House then pro ceeded to take up the business en the Speaker's table, and after disposing of several gmall bills, reached the Nebras ka and Kansas bill, which was read amid much excitement. Mr. Richard son moved to refer it to the committee on Territories. Mr. Catting moved to refer it to the committee of the whole, which was opposed by the friends of the bill, as an effort to bring it beneath the mass of business already before the committee. He called for the previous question on the motion to refer the bill to the committee of the whole. The call was sustained and the bill was re ferred to 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. — 30 March 1854

Op Kilatioks with Cuba. The following, which purports to be import ant, we cop 7 from the last number the New York Times: - ' "We learn from good authority that orders from Washington, transmitted telegnnh. have been received at Brooklyn nary yard directing the steamer Princeton to be got ready sea, and to be prepared to leave at a mo ment's notice. She was hauled yesterday, and now lies off the battery. ' JVe have reason to pelieve that the gov ernment intends to send her to Havana, for the purpose of demanding at hands of the Cuban authorities prompt restoration of the Black Warrior and her cargo. We are informed that the manifest of the Empire City, which sailed yesterday for New Orleans, in tending to touch at Havana, was made out precisely like that of the Black War rior, and that the port officials at Ha vana will have another opportunity her case of summarily setting aside the practices and usages that have hitherto obtained, and of confiscating her cargo for a triflinjr devi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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