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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1854

i i u i i ii i PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER, "Truth nnd Justice." . ; AT ONE DOLLAR IK ADVANCI Volume XIX. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO; APRIL 6. 1854 Number 19. THE DYING WIFE. BY PHILA EARLE. YouH think of me sometimes, beloTed, When I am gone from sight? . When you can see me nevermore, You'll not forget me quite? ' ' You'll miss sometimes, st twilight hour - My low and loving tone; Your heart will sometimes feel a pang, When beating all alone. You'll think of days forever gone. And grief may wring a tear From eyes that have but seldom wept, But I shall not be here;: You'll come and go; and yet the smile That once your fond eyes met. Will faded be forever fled, But oh, do not forget! ' When cold and lifeless is the form - That's nestled on thy breast, When chill and marble-like the lips That once thine own have pressed, Oh, sometimes think of me, and come . . Unto the quiet spot Where I shall slumber lone and still. But oh! not quite forgot! You'll think of me when sitting 'side My lone 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. — 6 April 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. HALIFAX, March 30. The 6teamer Canada arrived with Liverpool dates to the 1 8th. Mabkits. Richardson & Brothers quote flour at a considerable decline, Is 6d2s -less. Business moderate.- Western Canal 36s. Baltimore 361. good Ohio 37. Wheat, market dull and prices lower, 3d4d decEnei. white 11 Sill: red 10110J.. Corn, ami at a considerable- decline, 6 Is; Western white 4445; Western mixed " 43; Southern white wheat lis 6L - Provisions Lard, small speculative demand in kegs .65s. . . - -..- ----- London . Money Market American Stocks firm; money tightens; Consuls for money quoted at 91. .Provisions Beet prices - stiffer but not qnotably higher, acuve. wear Cleveland 105s.- Pork, prices stiffer, active, new western 75s. Bacon dull, prices a trifle lower, 4647s, extra 49 (2606. Rice, prices lower. v Lokdo Markets Ik the - markets generally prices are weak. . Moderate transactions' la tireadstutfs, and prices considerable lower; Western Canal 34(S 37s; Baltimor...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1854

tjie journal; IMTID POBUSHXD T r -At $1 00 in advance; $2 00 a th end of the year. . ; UAtlilFOLI. THL'KSDAT. APRIL 6, 1854. EiPLoeioH 'of tbi Eatx Kxajutbt DxCISIOS OF THS U. S. C0MmS8I0HXJl.-r- The investigation before U. S-.Commis gioner Hickman, of the charges made against John A. Bruner, captain of the Kate Kearney, at the time of her explo sion at St. Louis, in February, has been brought to a close. The testimoBy re duced to writing covers one hundred and forty pages of foolscap, and furn ishes, says the St Louis Intelligencer, 'a mass of information on the subjects embraced that will startle and astound the country when it becomes known.!' The judgment of the Commissioner Was that Captain Bruner was guilty of carelessness and inattention in the dis charge of duties as Captain of the Kate Kearney, and that he be held to answer the charges filed against him at the next term of the U. S. Court Captain B's. bail was fixed at 85,000 which he readi ly gave. The Engineer of the Kear...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 April 1854

Tavkbh Ligksx Wbuuh.-la I consequence of the dictates ef the VLr- J glllla ijCKIMIUVVU HiC IUWUVU) the. Councils of Wheeling hare taken the case ia their own hand and passed a supplementary ordinance, providinir. Sec. 1. That there shall be paid to she lreasurer of the city, on every cense to- keep an ordinary within the said city, the following' tax, vis: For a license for an ordinary to be kept at the house called the "Sprig; House," the tax shall be four thousand fire hundred dollars per annum. ' For a license for an ordinary to be kept at the house called the "M'CJure House," the tax shall be three thousand dollars per annum. . For a license for an ordinary to-be kept at any other house within said city, the tax shall be two thousand dollars per annum. Sec. 2. On every license to sell with in said city, wines and spirituous liauors. or either of them, not to be drank at the place where sold; if by retail, a tax of hfteen Hundred dollars: if bv wholesale. a tax of five thousand d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1854

w"i : i v .;; :ux to j.v;.'.. . - -I - j'-A 1' .-. '. -'. :4 1 1.1 : . ; PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. , '. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADYANCI Volume XIX. GALL I POL IS,; OHIO, APRIL 13. 1 854 Number 20 mm 1 '; w ; JA , f [For the Gallipolis Journal.] TO MOTHER. mo tier, eouldst thou tear me, ; Thine only daughter's cry, . ' ' " '. Mefhinks thou'd shed a silent tear And with thy daughter sigh; But oh thou canst not hear me, s Thy bosom cannot heave, ' . u'-- " For thou art mouldering into dust In yonder silent grave. . Ah, I remember very well . That fatal fall thou got, T ' -' That caus'd thy heart to bleed and feel - The anguish of thy soul; Thy bones could never heal again, " Thy sufferings stiH increas'd, Till Death the king of terrors came - And did thy soul release. .; Through many a dark and gloomy night Around thy bed I've hung, . And waited for the' morning light, - -- And for the linnet's song; But oh how gloomy now it is, My brothers, where are they, ' This is a g...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA. Breadstuffs Declining. NEW YORK, April 8. The steamer Europa, with advices irom Lirerpool to the 25th ult., arrived At this port t 4 o'clock this afternoon, . CowflncfAt IjmixfniKCK. Wheat had declined 6d, per bushel daring the Week, and Flour Zs per barrel. Corn was unsaleable at 39s. Provision were active. Consols had declined to 88 X. The eroort of irold was not so larze from England, and the Bank rates of in terest remained unchanged. ' The Breadstuff market was very dull at Liverpool, with- an increased anxiety to sett. Wheat was dull and neglected, Cven at the decline above noticed. There was a moderate consumptive de mand for Flour, but not sufficient to re lieve sellers, and "prices had materially declined. Corn was offered at 39s eX ship, without finding buyers. Owing to the depressed state of the market, it was rather difficult to give quotations anything like accurate; but perhaps the following would be a fair average: Western Canal Flour 33a 6d.; P...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1854

THE. JOURNAL: 2TAXSS8 SABVSB. At $1.00 in advance; $2 00 a the end of ine year.' - r'iiaLii.ippiiis, T3UESDAT, . . - " APRIL 13,1854. At the meeting held Saturday last, the Teachers' Association for this coun ty was fully organbed. U,The meeting though small was composed of persons from various parts of the county, most of whom were practical teachers. The business of the day was crowned by an A A At cm frtvm m, '1Lb.: The membership already numbers fifty-four. The officers are as follows, yix: President -A. W. Earner. ' ' Vice Presidents-rrS. Martin,' Chas. J. Menager... . .. . Treasurer Hejuy Kearns. ( ) Secretary D. B. HebaTd. , , Business - Committee Asa - Drake, Franklin Smith, Wm." D. Rose, D.' B Btralt, J. L.' Eakin.' ; '-. . .-r The obiectof the association is -"to promote the diffusion' -of knowledge in regard to education, and to elevate the character of professional teachers. . It is to be a school for the instruction of Its members,' ! where' their knowledge -w31.be mutu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 April 1854

D4th or Taitovd. -On the 13 th of March, Justice Talfoard, while cbar : ging the Grwnd Jury at Stafford, was at tacked with a fit of apoplexy, of .which be died. v . . . He fell just as this beautiful sorrti ment had left his lips: "But how painful is the thought that there are men and women growing up around as, ministering to our comforts and necessities, continual inmates of our dweUiiHZS. with whose affections and na ture we are as much unacquainted as if they were inhabitants of some other sphere. This feeling, arising from that kind of reserve peculiar to the English character, does, I think, greatly tend to prevent that mingling of class with - class, that reciprocation of kind words and gentle affections, gracious admoni tions and kind inquiries, which often, more than any book education, tend to the culture of the - affections- of ' the heart, refinement, and elevation of the character of those to whom they are addressed. And if I were to be asked what is the great want of ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1854

"io .-" f t ,,:--,.H "i j,i f ! ft ,J T " J i Oi 1 I -T'T : '.'! '. I 1 . ..,"'. -: ... . LI, ; W'WJ PPBLISHEQBY,JAMES HARPER. . , . :' ' . : - "Tr nth mud Jgtice. ' ;''! ''T -Voiiimo- xix: :"-, :':-. (-- ;; gall ipo l i s , o ii i o; a piti l :.2oV7:i''8o4:.-,;;:.-:7,:; r ; Number 21. CHIDE MILDLY THE ERRING! Chide mildly the erring! ' Kind lanffuase endears: - ' Grief follows the sinful, ' ' 1 Add not to their tears; : A roid, with reproaches, :' 4 ' c- Fresh pains to bestow; ' . '- '. The heart that is sicken ' . ' ' n- 1 ' Needs never blow. '.' Cbid mildly the erring! Jeer not at their fall; If strength were but human, -v.i ' How weakly are we all. -r -' ' What marvel that footsteps Should wander astray, - ' ' - When tempests so shadow' Life's wearisome way. : i . . ' : i , Chide mildly the erring! Entreat them with care, '. ' Their natures are mortal, , They need not despair. -., We all have some frailty, -We all are unwise; .... ; The grace that redeems us : '; Must shine from...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1854

WAR DECLARED! TWO THOUSAND RUSSIANS DROWNED!! ARRIVAL OF THE HERMANN. NEW YORK, April 14. The steamer Herman h a?rived 6? Sandy Hook. She brings LiwpooT Jat In rh OQlk A Cabinet courier baa been des patched to-Enfland and France from : Xussia witk. the Ultimatum returned. and with the announcement that no re jjly. wotrld be made. Tbe result waa .announced by the Queen to Parliament entbe7th. Tbe message . concluded with the declaration that the Qneen re lied on tie bravery of the array and am in mar emereeDcy. Parliament VM t consider the subject eo the 31st. A declaration- of war appear in the London Gazette of the 28th. On the same daj the Legislature at Paris re eeired a message from the Emperor Hapoleon declaring uu Knssta had been placed iff a state of war with France. ' The French government an nounces that it wiTJ not grant letters of marque to American: vessels. Napier's fleet anchored off Bel on the 27th. Eighteen thousand Russians crossed the Danube on . the 83d ef March, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1854

THE JOURNAL'. 1 t - ,'.--.. BITXO AJT rUBLUHXO BT ? Atlas KABFSBi ' jgrAVfl'ob in advance; '$? 00 a the end of the year. :. : ; ALliIPOLlS. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1854. Gallia Acadkm r. -We are reques ted to announce that arrangements bare been completed for opening this institu tion. The new building-will not be ready for occupation by the school, un "til the first of Jane: but we understand that it is proposed to open the school on the first week in May, in the Lyceum building. The wants of the town nave induced the Trustees to Una course; there is now here no school of a high order, and it is understood that there is to be none. " Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Sears hare been engaged to take charge of the school. Ther are New England teachers of touch experience, and come very highly recommended, actuated with the design of making teaching their permanent bu siness,' and determined to make the school equal to any in the State. We can, therefore, recommend our readers to send their children her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 April 1854

Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Gazette. Ohio Legislature. The New Tax Law—Important Changes. COLUMBUS, O., April 11. The new tat law, by hard labor, has beenput through the Committee of the Whole, and was this day," reported back to the House from" tbe finance Uom mittee, and some of it feature passed upon.- The debute upon it wilt be con tinued till it passes the douse, which will probably be at some- period during tbe week. 1 wisn to call the attention of your readers to some of its provisions as agreed'upon', and as they will prooa Wy pass the House. ' 4 ' : 1 The' hill as TpnnrtM front the com mittee had the following exemption: 'Alt ColleRes and Academies, and all endowments for their support; all build insrs connected with tbe same, and all lands connected with' institutions of learning, not used with a view of profit,' were to be exempted from taxation. The Committee of the Whole struck this entire sentence out, and the House, to da...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 April 1854

u4 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GALLIPOLJS,. OHIO, APRIL 27. 1 854. Number 22. ir ft df e Hi II 1:1 l!J 1,1 From the Southern Ladies' Book. HENRY CLAY. BY GEORGE D. PRENTICE. "With roice and mien of stera control, He stood among the great and proud. And words of fire burnt from his soul . like lightnings from the tempest Hia high and deathless themes were crowned "With glory of his genius born, And gloom and ruin hardly frowned Where fell his bolts of wrath and scorn. But he is gone, the free, the bold, The chammon of his country's right; His burning eye is dim and cold, And mute his voice of conscious might. Oh no, not mute his stirring call - - Can startle tyrants on their thrones, And on the hearts of nations fall More awful than his living tones. The impulse that his spirit gave, To human thought's wild stormy sea, Will heave and thrill through every wave Of that great deep eternally; And the all-circling atmosphere, . With...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 April 1854

Ohio Legislature. Monday, April if Sihatb. Mr. Smith of Athens, reported- back Senate bill to authorise the Commissioners of the Sinking Fond to lease the National toad to the highest responsible bidder for a term ot years, with sunary amendments,- which was Adopted. The bill was referred' to the Judiciary Commit tee. ' Hbuss. BitttirYeguIate fees of justi ce aJid constables passed. Bill to regulate fees of sheriffs and appraisers -lost" The last vote re-considered, and . the bilF laid on the table. Bill to amend the act to prohibit un authorized bank paper, was ordered to - be engrossed;- .This bill prohibits the banks whose charters-have expired from je issuing their Bills after they are once redeemed. It gives the holder of bills 15 per cent, interest on all bills after they are protested. In the discussion, a few days since, it was avowed that the Clinton Bank was to- be hit ' This hill.'after some amendments was ordered to be engrossed, 48 to 20, Bill authorizing: any person to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 April 1854

THE JOURNAL. IDITID 1X0 TXmSKBXO BT , -At 81 00 in advance; 9t 00 at the end o the year. GALLIPOLIS. tHTTBSDAT, - APRIL fit, 1854. District Court. The annual sea tion of this Court for this county, com menced on Saturday morning last and adjourned on Monday. Judges pre sent, Thurtnan, of the Supreme Court, and Peck, ft ash and Whitman of the Common Pleas. The number of cases ready for trial were few, as most of them had either been settled or continued. There were no jury trials. The following 'cases were the only ones disposed of: P. (Join's adm'r vs. A. Morri Chancery. Decree for the defendant J. Graham's heirs vs. Jas. Preston-- ejectment. Non suit. Win. S. Ward ts. McDaniel eject went. Plaintiff submitted to non-suit. D. H. Gates and John Goodno vs. The State of Ohio Error from Com mon Pleas. It involves important ques tions of practice in criminal matters be fore the Probate Court, and was re served for decision by the Supreme 'Court at Columbus. Chas. 'Clendinen vs. R. Edwards...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 April 1854

tkaxos Fun or LioHTrao. -The ' Jfodaburg Ploughbof of Saturday ates the subjoined: "During the storm os Thursday last. me lufuuuuir siruca a tree in Jur. jv. xwrioru s j ru, leumg me irana at a considerable distance from the ground, but leaving all the branches untouched, as well as that portion of the trunk next the ground. The electric agent then . passed into Miss Rebecca Burford's school room, in which the pupils were then engaged at study, tearing away the n'nner nart nf tin rln'mnsv in it ri r , "J progress, throwing the ashes and fire njtfc ft ttiA ctnvA art A nlamnrf VirlOUS , unx uuwnu w jsent and alarm of the bewildered ju veniles. One little girl had a book snatched from her hand by the strange visitor, and torn into fragments; whQe the India-rubber over-shoe ot another was utterly demolished not melted, as was reported, but so torn and twisted as to render it doubtful whether it was really a shoe or something else. The hand of the little enrl who lost her book was highly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 May 1854

M'Xl.YJ.: -Tiu'if.LT.O I. i,.' -i 3'.' -.y-xi ( ! Hi:! , - 1 ' T - -i . . t " ! i! II . . , : , - PUBLISHED BT JAMES HARPER. J v t.i.; .v ri 'v ? - .. "Truth and 'Justice.'' ; -'";." ' .", .. , -.AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Vqlumfc1 XIX: , ' ;;;r...:v: " ' G ALL IP O LIS,:,OlI I O; MAY 4, 18o4. ' V- " TSumbcr 23. ACCESSION OF THE EMPEROR NICHOLAS. .-.Auxahdib of: Russia died on the first ;of December, 1825, at Taganrog on .'.the". Sea or Azof, the southern ex tremity of Lis -dominions, fifteen hun dred miles from his northern capital. He had outlived his reputation by ten years. Had he died immediately after the overthrow of Napoleon, the world might have doubted whether the Rus sian Czar was not the Second great man of his century. He had come success fully out of. that desperate contest which, commencing with the 1 terrible disaster of Ansterfitx, had been closed by the triumphant occupation of Paris. Of the confederacy which . overthrew Napoleon he had been the soul and cen tre. Hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 May 1854

Ohio Legislature. April 24th Sxkayb BUT tor regu late fees of clerks was indefinitely post Tionedv Senate bttT regulating; the fees of county onrcers in certain cases, was passed, 18 to 3. Ir slightly raises thefuy fees in certain' eases, Bill filing the fee of county Reeord- ers ax ciw lor reconung ueeott, was in definitelr postponed. On motion the Senate bill, regulating railroads and railroad eompames, Was again taken np, and discussed during the forenoon. The point discussed was, a proposi tion that if railroad companies do not use their lands for railroad purposes the lands shall reTert back to the original owners, without compensation to the railroad company. The entire afternoon session of the Senate was occupied in discussing the famous railroad bilL An amendment prohibiting a Railroad Director from purchasing lands either on the line, or at the terminus of railroads in which they are interested, was finally adopted. We hare some curiosity to know in what clause of the Const...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 May 1854

THE JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER, At $1 00 " advance; 62 00 at the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS GALLIPOLIS THURSDAY,---MAY 4, 1854. Gallia AcAcrur. "We are requested to state that the Gallia Academy will open on Wednesday, the 17th of May Inst, under the charge oi Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sxaes and Miss Davis. The trustees are determined to make the school equal to the best in the State. The teachers come with the highest recommendations and experience. Tui tion will be reasonable, ranging from 93, to 94,50, according to the studies per Bued. We, therefore, urge our friends in town and country to send their child ren with the fall assurance that they will be well and thoroughly instructed. All the branches usually taught in the best school of this character will be here taught including French, Chemistry, Geology, minerology, Ac. It is pro posed also to procure the necessary cabinets, and apparatus to illustrate the sciences. We will be able to give a de tailed advertiseme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 May 1854

[Continued from 1st page.] JTicbolas made his triumphaLentry into Moscow on the 17th of August. -Ten days after was the festival of the pat ron saint of Russia. The great crowd was thronging .before the palace gates, which suddenly opened and Nicholas appeared with his brothers, the Grand Duke Michael and Constan tine, on eith er hand. The coronation had been at first appointed for that day, and Con' stantinc had hurried from Warsaw, hop ing to take his Imperial brother by sur prise, and that their first meeting since their generous contest should be on his coronation day. Ho sooner were tney perceived by the crowd than the air was rent with shouts of 'Hurrah, the Em nerorr 'Hurrah Constantine! Eiffht months before. Nicholas had beard. with far other feelings, this last shout go up from the insurgent troops in the OTeat square at St. Petersburg. Then it was a token of peril for bimself and his crown; now it was the pledge for the security ot Doth. (Jonstanttne was at first surprised...

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