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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 May 1854

i .r.Z?'3''l I-'l A 'JT 0 JATUIA Til I f" r -" .:; . .v :' . i '"f . f . : -' ' i. J r -.'.. .'! PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. 'Truth and Justice. "f'S AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADYANCX Volume ! XIX. -G A L LIP O L I S , OHIO, M A Y li 1854 Number 24. f7 n 4 11 .O ilb-!:f 1 ft IK If J H Dl -r . - . S I. I 1 il ' 11 Itl Jl ' ISt 17 : ".."----;- -til III [From the California Chronicle.] FILLIBUSTERING ETHICS. Says Captain Robb to Farmer Cobb, "Your farm is Very fine, sir; -Please give me tip your tide-deeds, ' I claim it all as mine, sir." "Pray, how can it be thine?" says Cobb; ' m sure I never sold it; -Twas left me by my father, 6ir; ' I only ought to hold it." . . 'A "Nay, Cobb, the 'march of destiny' 'Tis strange you don't perceive it-r-Is sure to make it mine some day, ' ' I solemnly believe it." "But have you not already got More land than you can till, sir? More rocks than you can ever blast? More weeds than you can kill, sir?'r "Aye, Cobb; but something whispers '; - me i A sort of inspi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 May 1854

AN ACT To Droride aztflnst the evil resultin frem tfce ale of Intoxicating Lhpma la the Stmt of Glue Sec. 1. 2? enacted by On General Assembly of the Stale of Ohio, That it shalLbe unlawful for'any person or per sons, by-' agent or otherwise, to sell, in any quantity, intoxicating liquors, to be 4raak ia, nnon or About the building, er premises where told, or to sell such Intoxicating" liquors, to be drank in any adjoining room, building or premises, or other place at public resort conneciea "with said buildinc. r&c. 2. That it shall be unlawful for any Derson or nersons. by agent or oth erwise, to sell intoxicating liatfors to minors, unless upon the written order of their parents, guardians, or iamuy pny sician. 1" Sec. 3. That it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, by agent or otherwise, to sell intoxicating liquors to persons intoxicated, or who are in the anon oi gevung intoxicated. ' Sec. 4. That all places where intoxi cating liquors are sold in violation of this...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 May 1854

the journal: iDIWD An PUBUSHID BT . JAiaSS BAA?EB, . tgrAt tl 00 in advance; 82 00 at the end of the year. t liAIiLIPOLI. THURSDAY, - - MAT 1. 1854. XyThe assessment of personal pro perty will soon commence in this coun ty. The several township -Assessors will have to keep moving , to complete . the same . by the fifth, Monday of May, If 0 Jlooger time can possibly be given as the county board of equalization meets on the Tuesday following. ' We cannot tell when the blanks will be rea dy for assessors, a we do not print them this year; they are given to our neighbor, under the plea that with less bands they can print them in less time "'''. ' -. man we can., vur proposition was, to have all the blanks ready for the asses sors on Monday next. Matob'8 Cocbt. Alexander Green wood was up before the ' Mayor on Fri day last, for a violation of a town ordi nance, in leasing bis premises wjjere is situated his ball alley, knowing the same was to be used for gaming pur poses.' borne ntteen w...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 May 1854

X3T Ths Legislature. djoarad at 3 1 o'clock on. Tuesday morning last week. The Slate Journal gires the' following tummarj of matter before the Legisla ture. , Tbe following bills hare passed, aid are now laws of the land: BUI to lease the National Road to the highest bidder for the term of twenty Tears. . - Bill to sell all the stocks of the State in railroads, canals and turnpikes. - Bill to reorganise the Board of Public Works.. A amended, this give im GoTernor the appointment of all the collectors, to be confirmed by the Sen ate. It gives the appointment of super intendents, lock tenders, Ac, to the Board. Bill to suppress the evils resulting from the nse of intoxicating liquors. This is a very sinngeni DHL The general appropriation bill . Bill to provide for revenue to pay the . .i i i i . iBiercst uu toe puDllC aeoi. Bill to prevent the circulation of un authorized bank vaner. Bill to prohibit the circulation of notes ot foreign banks of a less denomination than ten dollars. " ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 May 1854

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Volume XIX. - "Truth and Jnitir.. , -: . . j, ' - AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVAXC2 '' ' " " ' ' ' . I GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MAY 18, 1854 [For the Gallipolis Journal.] TO MY FETEOT, E. A. MATTHEWS. So kind, bo loving and beloved, Oh may yon ne'er complain Of the deceitfulne8s of life. And deem existence rain; Memory bears me back once more To bead again the flowery way, Which oft our feet hare trod of yore, When life was like a summer day. frearest friend, andlov'd companion. Memory often brings to view, Those bright hours of sweet communion Which I've gaily passed with you; And Pre still the same warm heart, still the same warm heart, For you I lore, though our homes are cast, Such weary miles apart The heart's forth, . Its richest blessing's on you bring, And may the future of your life Prove mild and lovely as the sprin May he worthy be who wins Thy true and loving heart from thee, And may he prize its truth and power, And learn its constancy. sweet flowers, profuse...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 May 1854

AN ACT To prevent the adulteration of alcoholic liquors, passed May 1, 1854. fic. . Be U enacted bu the General Attemblv of the State of Ohio. That if any persoa shall adulterate any spiritu .om or alcoholic liquor, by mixing the same with any. substance of whatever kind, except as hereinafter provided; or if any person shall1 sell or offer to sell any spirituous of alcoholic liquors, knowing the same to be thus adultera ted, or shall import into this State any spirituous or intoxicating liquors,' and seH or offer fof sale such liquors, know ing the same to be thus adulterated, or shalTsell or offer to sell any spiritu ous Or intoxicating liquors not inspected as hereinafter provided, he, she, or they, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean - or, and upon conviction thereof, shall be fined id any sum not exceeding nve hundred doIars, nor less than one hun dred dollars, and shall be imprisoned in ' the jail of the coun'y, not more than thirty, nor less than ten days. Sec. 2. The Proba...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 May 1854

THE JOURNAL. xstrxD jurs fubushid bt JAMES HARPER. X3rAt 1 00 in advance; $2 00 at tie end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. MAT 18, 1854. Thx Nxw Liquob Laws. After the election last fall and when it was made certain that a liauor law embracing all w I the features of the Maine law. could not receive the support of a majority of the members of the Letrislatnre elect, writing UDon this subject we expressed W A al I the hooe that the then next Legislature would rive the people a "law which shall restrict, if not destroy, the abuses of the traffic in intoxicating liquors in this State." The Legislature has held its Session and adjourned, and among the very few I acts that are in any way creditable to I - i the good sense and honesty of that J body, or that will tend to raise the re-1 memberance of its existence above con-1 tempt with the people, are the two laws I on this subject of liquor the one pro -aa; rt, if;n frnm , , 6 t j i . T li A CO 10 vhlih Vfl minlichAl fact wiulr I... '...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 May 1854

Oaianr or rat nu Docqhtack. At an Anti-Nebraska meetinz held at Delhi, New York, says the Gasette, of that place, judge Hathaway, who was one of the speakers, mentioned an an ecdote showing the origin of the term 'doughface,' so commonly applied to iNorcnern men with Southern principles When a young man, he was present at an interriew between General Root, and one Dr. Clarke, at that time represent . tog Delaware and -Greene counties in Congress. Dr. Clarke was a supporter of the Missouri Compromise, and ad vocated and Toted for the admission of Missouri into the Union under tbat com promise. In the conrersation with General Root, he was relating some in cidents which transpired during the de bate UDon the bill. Dr. Clarke stated that he addressed the House in favor of the vassssre of the bill, and, said he. 'all the time that I was speaking, John Randolph ot Virginia, sat and sneering ly pointed his long, bony finger at me, and made up faces at me, and just as I sat down, he scream...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 May 1854

U 4& PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Volume XI.X. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, "Truth and Justice.' MAY 25, 1854 AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADTAKC Number 2C. 3T It is mournful to pause and pon r th nntimelv fate of eenius. Whatever may have been the errors of his life, when "the grave covers mu from our view, we would remember only what was good, beautiful and god-like-that which allies him with angels and fixes him in the immortal memories of men. Edgar A. Foe while living. was a t -:- anml: maa. scvmiui, uc- L : annetiteS annetlteS ana uic unrci vi his kind; a seraph, rne iouowmg ouiem for that erratic man is from one of his latest and best friends Jane Ermi na Locke, of Boston. It U found in a new volume of poems enUUed, "The Recalled; in voices of the Past, and Poems of the Ideal." REQUIEM FOR EDGAR A POE. Strike the anthem, bards and brothers, Softly sweep your many lyres; Let the low and solemn requiem, . Linger on their silver wires! One hath broken from your number Think not of his errors here An...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 May 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. The Great Game of War Fully Opened —Bombardment Odessa—Part of the City Destroyed—Eight Russian Merchant Vessels Destroyed—Breadstuffs Lower—Heary Decline in Corn. NEW YORK, May 15. The steamer Atlantic, with advices from IiTerpool to the 2d inst., arrived " at this port this afternoon. " Commercial ISTSLLiGMCaV flour was in fair demand, bnt was about 6dJ ' brl. lower. Western Canal is quoted at 36s 6d., and Ohio at 37s 6d. Rich ardson, however, quotes Ohio at 38s 6d. Corn had further declined . 2s $ quarter, and Yellow is quoted at 38s, and White at 39s. McHenry says Bacon had further de clined 2s $5 cwt., and was still drooping. Pork dull and in but limited demand. Beef brisk at full prices. Rice is dull and drooping. Consolsadvanced to 9797. Large arrivals of Flour had depressed the market somewhat, but the demand was good and Ohio was not to be had under 38s 6d. Wheat was firm at the last quotations. Lard was looking up, but no advance had been establish...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 May 1854

THE JOURNAL. tDIRD UTD P0SUSHED BT ' JAMBS BAfiPES, , JSrAt 81 00 in advance; $2 00 at the end of the year. . . CfAIililpOLIS. THURSDAY. - MAY 25, 1854. Thi Railkoad. -A call was made a abort time since by the Railroad compa ny to meet the expenses incident to the surrey of the new rout by the BucKeye Furnace; butw6 are sorry tolearo that the call has not been as promptly re snonded to as it ought to have been. is surprising that our citizens do not ap preciate the importance of the surrey just completed, and of promptly meet ing all expenses incident to tnese pre liminary matters. The first survey was of the route by Jackson, which, was found to be some ten miles further to a junction with the Marietta road, than it would be by Yin ton and Buckeye Furnance route to Hamden. Hence it became vitally im ortant to run this new line, in order to ascertain its practicability and cost, Ac, the last survey, made by Mr. Graves, was of this route. The result is favora- - ble; a good road with...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 May 1854

An Exciting Scene. A year or two ago, as the steamer Southerner was on the point of depart ure from Charleston, 8. C, for New York, oar attention was attracted by a number of passengers on board, and the excitement of a Jarge crowd whieh had gathered at a particular place on the vessel's deck. We made our way into the thronsr behind the captain, and soon found a man dressed in the garb of a Quaker, seated on what appeared to be a chest, declaring that it should not be opened unless those who opened it killed him. While he was thus act ing, a Toice from the chest, (as if from a colered person in distress,) said in a smothered tone 'Let me out I'd rather go to massa: oh, mercy! dis chile can't stand dis, no how! Oh golly! I can't stand dis no longer!' 'Look here, my friend," said the cap tain, 'you'll please get off that chest' 'I'll do no such thing,' he, replied coolly. 0h dear! luff me out dis!' came dis tinctly from the chest, as if the speaker was suffocating. 'Mate, said the cap...

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

i '; J- -:. ..... , O'.' PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth and Justice.". AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, JUNE 1, 1854 Number 27. C !j 0 A PRAYER FOR REMEMBRANCE. When my web of life is woven - And my death hour draweth nigh When the golden rays of sunshine . Bear my spirit to the sky; When the "Silent Land" draws "nearer, " With its glory shining bright, And my soul flees from its easing . To a promised world of light When my heart beats 'neath their trem bling, -' Sinking motionless to rest. And a silence never broken Lieth deep within my breast: When my form is laid to slumber Where the wild flowers drink the wind, Oh, I pray to be remembered By the friends I leave behind! Love me not for good or evil That has mingled in my heart, Stirring up its tide of waters With a quick and sudden start; And my words of care and sorrow - And my earthly form forget But amid your souls glad treasures Let my spirit linger yetl Let it come to you at even When the twilight...

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

Rkistajci to th Tax Law. We opy the following proceedings of a meeting in Cincinnati, from the Enqui Kr of Sunday morning. - We believs th eitiseus of Gallia eonnty have lived up to the very letter of the Taw, as eon- etrued by the Auditor of State, although tmjust and burdensome: LAW AND ORDER. Voice of the Merchant!, Manufacturers, Bu- uhm roes, and tu payers generally, of Cin cinnati, on the tuWct of the Tax Law, a construed by the State Auditor. Besoi op tions unanimously adopted by two public aueeungs, very largely auenoea. Resolved, That while we are desirous of avoiding aa appearance of faction opposition to any executive officer, we cannot refrain from expressing uur opin ion, that the Andt'tor of State in issuing bis instructions to the County Auditors, bow they are to proceed in listing per sonal property lor taxation, baa trans cended the powers of bis office, inas much as be bas assumed the duties and prerogatives of the Legislature of the State, in declaring certain pro...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 June 1854

THE JOURNAL. isrrn axd rtnusHSD b - .tSTAt $1 00 in advance; f 2 00 at the end of the year. J-. GALI.IPOLIS. THURSDAY, JTOI 1. 1854. '; Or Trip. We hare just returned from a risit to our old home, the "City of the Falls," and if any. thing hat gone wrong the past two weeks oar readers know what to attribute it. We had a very pleasant trip from this to Cincinnati, on the steamer Virginia, nothing having turned up to mar our enjoyment. We reached the city : in the morning and passed our time in witnessing the "sights and shows" Which are always to be seen there, until . seven o'clock in the eTening, when we embarked on. the Lighihgjine Packet David White, for s" Itfuistille. The - White was literally crowded with pas sengers, principally business men, who ar enabled to transact their business in one city and by taking the Lightning Line can reach the other before busi ness hours commence the next day, thus losing no time between the two cities, as the distance is made with ease during...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 June 1854

Pimn 'mtm urn iiimuniliil i'i I lis GOT HOf OS THE WOOL. "Look ft! left nigger, whar you awellin' to!" was the unceremonious salutation of a saddle-colored gentleman to an excruciating ly dressed darkey, whose complexion iras not many shades removed from that of a recently polished stove pipe, as p)9 latter "pusson" made a graceful swing from the promenade on Fourth street where be had been exhibiting himself for a couple of hours, to the envy of the "Bucks," and the fascina tion of a score of "noes gals" in Mc- Alister street.. "Who-oo-o you call nigger, sahT" " Was the indignant response, with a ma jestic roll of a pair of eyes with a great deal of white and a very little of any ether color in them. . "Why, I call you nigger," was the flat-footed reiteration of "saddle color," as he recognized in "store pipe," a "gemman" who, two years ago exer cised his genius about town in the white washing and boot blacking line, but who since mat ume naa Deen "abroad, and had cultirated a must...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 June 1854

6 1 j iiii'- ill i : ' ; t . t 2 r . - i if I ! 1 ' PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADVANCE Volume XIX. G 1 1 T- LLIPOLIS, OHIO, J U.NE ,.185 4 . T : jVumbcr 28. : [BY REQUEST.] [BY REQUEST.] WILLIE MY CHILD. [BY REQUEST.] WILLIE MY CHILD. BY L. C. L. How gudfen tie summons, 1 tat bale uia surrender, -- tChen life an iU list morning amfledl How dated hog-rim monster '' Thai enter mjchunber. And claim khee,T Willie, my child! How fierce Death, death When tornin Te sought What earth cot the conflict! upon thee. 1 staring and wild. ns, ae&rest, dnot wrnish Help for thee, Wilie, my piildJ O, wert thou foi In all that dark From earth and fi Alone with the (rug heaven exiled. ouster I Didst grapple thlu singK, . Say, tell me, O Wilie, mychild.5 TJF didUie brigui cherylbs, A convoy from 1017, d pjrer tbee smile, Bend earthward. And in accents Sweetly call tit- Tell, tell o answer. Thy sad The dav The darkness And silence Thou'rt of Jove, above lllie, my...

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 June 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. Sevastopol Bombarded four days by the Sevastopol Bombarded four days by the Allied Fleets.—Barge Avance in Flour, Wheat and Corn—Consols Advanced—Beef and Pork NEW YORK, June 1. ' Tbe steamer Asia, ad rices from -Liverpool to the 20t ulL, being one week later, arrived, this port this . , evening. The steamer Arci strunl on Tucker Point, and had to pi ack to Liverpool for repairs, which it as thought would (Re completed in ab she would proceed o. t i t one week, when her trip. rixioKNCK. Dan- UOMMCBCIAL 1. piston says the de; andfor Breadstnffs eoltinued acf3ve,arl all kinds had ron- sideYably advanced! during the week. Floor was 2s 6d brl. higher; yheat 4d lo 6d busfcel, and Corn '2s quarter, and qultes Western Canal FismA at 41a and! fYhin t ' WUla Wheal3s. and Red 12s 6d Yellow Corn 41s 6d., anJWbite 42s 23. Lard lower, with sales! at 60s. Beef active, and prijae- qoahfles 6s, higher. Pork andBaA active.! . Coosolf advancad to Z9Sj . Gknxul l!rriLSGiKCx.-The l...

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 June 1854

THE JOURNAL. . t ktimn aid pitblibhxd it y . JAMES BABPEB, . jc-At f 1 00 in advance; 9t 00. at tie end of the year. , , GAXLIPOLIS. THtTESDAf.. JXrUTZ 8,1854. In the U.-S. Distnct Con at ew Orleans, in the case of the Jleam- beat Daniel Boone vs. boutherr Belle, elahfcinfr damages for collision by which the rmer was sunk, the cow decided that itVas caused by the nedfgence and want t skill of the offers of the Boone, aVU dismissed the se. In the same HmitV the case of the owners of e flatboat vMWe steamWoat Gipsey, for damages causedby th sinking of the flatboat, judgWnlL was given against the steamboat Tcu flatboat had no light on it and the n&t was extremely dark, but its positio was entirely out of the track of the aafrendifcj boats. The court said that if he nigs was too dark that objects eoud not be seen on shore, then it was th! duty of tVe officers to wait : until !fy could naVgale with safety. The Gipy is the boat that sb foul of a flatboat belongins to Mr. J. if.. Com m...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 June 1854

firorrrHB a SrtATOlt. The Provi dence Journal tells the following: John Austin, a respectable farmer of Cumberland, was re!ierd of a bun dred . dollars, in this eity, on Saturday last, in the fallowing manner: tie was tandino-n tb bridge, in the afternoon. whe two young men walked close past aim in earnest conversation. One ob- . . .1 I served xo tne omer, as mcy paaacu, m a tone loud enough- for Mr. Austin to hear, 'You know I want the oxen, but ' can't buy them.. In a few minutes they returned, and continued the con versa tion near where Mr. Austin was stand fog. Directly, one of them came up to Mr. A. and asked bim to step aside. He then told bim that his friend had a pair of cattle which he wanted to buy, but that be dared not make the purchase himself, as his father bad quarrelled with his friend. He told Mr. A. that be wonld give him fire dollars if he would buy them for bim. Mr. A. said be had no money, but would try to bor row It, and accordingly went to Mr. Pierce's shop an...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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