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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 June 1854

all ,.. Ill ,-. - 'v T n t vipl ') I I i ..:-.;.. . . ' . y ' - O V I.!' PUBLISHED BY JAilES HARPER. - "TrHth and Justice." ; AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Vblumb ! Xlt - G.1.LL I PO L I S , O II I O , 'J U N E 1 5r i 4 iTinn1icr?;2D. 11 hi i i I . .-III? BACHELOR'S FARE. Horace Smith contributed this poem to' Ute New Monthly Magazine many years ago: - ''? ;' ".' ; ;' Funny and free are a bactelor's revel- ' . r' Cheerily, merrily passes his life;' , . Nothing knows he of connubial devilries, Troublesome children and clamorous r . . wife. -.:i Free from satiety, care and anxiety, ' Charms in variety fall to his share; ! BecchUs'sbKsises, andVenus's kisses, - This, boys, this is the Bachelor' Fare. A wife, like canister, chattering, clat tering, - ... , ..!. V Tied to dqg for his torment and dread, AD. bespattering, bumping, and batter ing, . - . . .. . Harries and worries him till he is dead. Old ones are two devils haunted, with blue devils, . - Young1 ones are ' new devils raising desp...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 June 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA. NEW YORK, June 7. '; . The steamship Niagara from Liver ool on Saturday, S7w nit, armed at Halifax at an early hear yesterday. - ' Liverpool Bceadstuffs Dennistoa A '.. Co. say, in the early part of the week prices were good, but at the close fell off Is on Soar, quotation for western - Hour 38s 4d 42s. " - " Wheat I4 fair demand throughout, j with slight decline from rates current; lis 9d for 70 lbs for common; in early rart of the week- higher prices were paid and the advance was lost, though market remained firm 46s 6d for white 42s for mixed and velJow. The follow ing quotations, varying materially from the &bove. are from the Circular of Mil- Egan & Lapriere first canal 48s, white and yellow. ; Provisions Gordon & Co. report lecf free and in (air demand. Pork Very fair with a probability of an advance. Lard has declined. London Money Market Increased stringency; consols closed 89891.- Londoa Produce Market Lard- Western is- considerably lower...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 June 1854

THE JOURNAL. XDI11D AJTD PUBLISHXD BT -JASS1ES HASPrE, . t XgrAt 91 00 in adranee;,$2 00 at the end of tue year. . .-. ..-., GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY," . -.- JCXE 15.1864. Hokbiblx MtmDia. -Mr, June Wickham, a fanner and formerly a mer chant in New York City, and his wife and a negro lad, were brutally murdered in Southold, Long Island, while in bed, on Friday night. Nicholas Duheene, an Irishman, who had a short time pre viously left the employ of Mr. Wickham, waa arrested and confessed the murder. Ills intention also was to ravish and murder two young ladies residing with Mr. W., who upon hearing the noise in an adjoining room, suspected foul play, and made their escape by jumping from a two-story window. They immediate ly alarmed the neighborhood, and pur suit was made for the murderer who managed to elude their grasp for two days. He waa finally found secreted tinder some brush in the woods with his throat cut, hut "not sufficiently to prevent a demand for some twelve feet of the st...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 June 1854

Tint CfAiKM Sctt fotEitded. It k known that the talented, indefatiga-1 ble, and heroic widow of the late Gen. Gaines' arrived iff this city a few days since. We have ascertained the motive of herf visit. In the suit instituted by her a few years ago, she claimed as heir-in-law to her father. Daniel Clark, and also as a legatee under the will of 1813, if tn he been destroyed. - Some doubt arising about the jurisdiction of MIT other than the Probate courts of !n rpfprence to the legacy un der the will, her claim in virtue thereof was abandoned; and she reiiea enu.j tpoa her right as heir-at-law. In tins she was unsuccessful; but the Supreme Court in its decision suggested the ex resorting to toe rro- fcate Court, with a vie w to the probate of the missing will. This she has deter mined to do,' and IB so doing she is en couraged by an elaborately written opin ion of Judge Campbell, of the United States Supreme Court (concurred in by that eminent Jurist, General Walter Jones," of Washin...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1854

. 4 A. .-.j ' 'J iiy PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Troth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GA1LIPOLIS, OHIO, JUNE 22, 1854. Number 30 or . .... : ji w THE SLEEPERS. They are sleeping! Who arc sleeping? Children weaned with their play; For the stars of night are peeping, Arid the sun hath sunk away. ' As the dew upon the blossoms .Bow'them on their slender stem, So, as light as are their blossoms, -o Calmly sleep hath conquered them. They are sleeping! Who are sleeping? Mortals compassed round with woe; Eyelids, wearied out with weeping, Close through very weakness now; And that short relief from sorrow, Harrassed nature shall sustain, Till they wake again to-morrow. Strengthened to contend with pain. They are "sleeping! ' Who are sleeping? Captives in their gloomy cell; Yet sweet dreams are o'er them creeping, With many a colored spell. AH they love, again they clasp them Feet again their long lost joys; Bat the haste with which they grasp them, " Every fairy form des...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1854

GALLIPOLIS, June 10th, 1854. The Gullm County Agricultural So taettr met at the Court House, fn UaUi polis, pcrsaaat to public notice, for the purpose of preparing a list of premium to be awarded at their next exhibition; alao to arrange the time and place loHtingthe next fair, Officers present, J. R, Bussuro, President, Geo. W-. Cabtlb, Vice President. -, A. P. Robqbbs, R. See., Protem, L. P. Maocbt. Treasnrer. T. Tf. Wiluamb, B. F. Milis, James Campbeu, J. II. GcTHEre, Managers.. The meeting being called to order by the President, it was Itesotvea, . r t OalliDoHs OB Tburs- an Frirlav. the 5th and 6th of - - Ontntur next. The following Est of premiums was agreed upon, te-wit. ON GRAIN AND OTHER CROPS. Best one sere of wheat, Bottom Land l 00 Sri . do d oar ao no z uu 4 00 Best one acre of wheat, op land 3d do do do do- ' Best one acre of wheat, eommoa bot 200 tom land 4 2d Best one acre of wheat, common bottom land . - 3 00 - Best one acre of wheat, common np land 4 00 9d Best one...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1854

the journal; IDtTXD AM) rCBUBHXD IT BAfiPSB, t 91 00 in advance; ? 2 00 at the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. tetosdat; JOTS 22, 1854. Drowsed. Leopold Mocx, a young German who kept the clothing store im mediately under the Journal office, was drowned in the Ohio river at the moutn of Chickamanga creek, on Sunday eve- iung last It appears that Mock ana a Polander named Harris, in company with some boys, borrowed the yawl of the steamer Washington City, now ly ing at our landing, and proceeded with it to the bar at the month of the creek, for the purpose pf bathing. Harris eould swim a little, but Mock could not The boys importuned these men not to 50 below the bar, in the swift water, as there was danger of drowning. They however heeded not the admonition but plunged into the swift water and soon got beyond their depth. Three of the boys caught Harris and brought him safe to shore, a great deal more fright ened than hurt. While these were con ducting Harris to shore, two other boys, J...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 June 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. NEW YORK, June 13. The steamer Arabia, with advices from Liverpool to Saturday, the S J iast, has iast arrived at this port. -. . Comhsrciai Intxlugekci. Dennis- ton's Circular Bays: The market for Ereadstufls opened dull in the fore part of the week, at the decline reported by the Pacific, but closed steady at the pre- tious week's prices, which is an advance on the quotations by the Pacific The closing quotations being. West ern Canal Flour 38s38s fid; Baltimore and Philadelphia. 398(2408: and Onio, 39s41s. White Wheat, lis 9dI2s 6d; and Red and mired, Us 3d lis j ;v.:i. r- ' iarniini. Lard is CTU.. TT UIVG UVIU, nnnU l Hnnsols closed at 91. Gardner & Co., report less doing in Beef, but prices firm and the stock low. Pork dull and prices drooping. Bacon in fair demand, and fine qualities 6ell readily- Short Middles scarce and most cinfrht after. Shoulders and Hams in hettlr demand. No Cheese ii Market General Ihtelligesce. Eight thou gaud French landed 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. — 29 June 1854

i ". '--2 i" ,-.'!" 8 PUBLISHED BY JAMES- HARPER. - "Truth and Justice." .,. ... r AT ONE DOLLAR LN. ADVANCE Volume ' XIX. G A LLIPO LI S ,.VO HIO, JUNE 2 9,1854. Number 31. ;? ,rvx - u i : li a si u 11 [From the Dayton Gazette.] BIOGRAPHY OF TECUMTHA. BY COL. JOHN JOHNSON. Messes. Editors: I m requested by an old and esteemed friend to give some account of the celebrated warrior. Tecumtha, I state the Indian orthogra phy,, -which, it will be perceived, . somewhat different from the common practice of writing his name, the inter- . .. - I ' 1 1 - i .'! ' . l pretauon 01 vnicn, suosianuaiiy is, uic Panther or Tiger crouching ready pounce on ita prey a name most ap propriate and characteristic of the man. Tecumtha was a Native Shawanoese, born on the banks of Mad River, near the site of the present city of Spring field, Clarke county, Ohio, about the year 1770, and was of unadulterated Indian blood, both by father and mother. His father became a distinguished war chief, and fell in th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1854

AN EXHIBIT. & the Receipts and Expenditures of Gallia Caoaij, tat the fiscal year coding with to 4tfiac4 JunvA.D.18S4. REVENUE FUND. Receipts. Duplicate ccBeetfcios, 1853, sett. 93915 44 6 Permits and Beenses 358 75 0 Fines, cost and forfeited re : cognisances 290 33 0 4564 52 6 Expenditures ore? reeefpte, 1692 59 9 6257 12 5 Expenditures. Printing andpubfohing laws, 9218 97 Township Assessors, 435 75 Board Equalization, Seal prop erty, ' WOO Board Equalization, Personal property, . . f6'l8 Township Treasurers settling, 1 5 00 Examiners common schools, 27 00 Jos. Bradbury, Esq,, defending Moneymaker, fO 00 A. Ousting, Esq., defending Adams, 10 00 8. A. Nash, Esq-., assistant proseenting Smith, tS 00 Viewers, Surreyor and others Highways, 137 39" Stationery, including records . for Probate Judge, Cleric, Recorder and Auditor, 309 44 County Commissioners, TOO 00 Petit Jurors before Probate, . Common Pleas and District courts, 479 30 Clerk county commissioners, 1 4 74 Grand Jurors,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1854

THE JOTJKNAIv IDtTED AID PTTBLISHXD IT J A EXES EABf 2Si;, . "At $1 00 in advance; f 2 00 the end of the year. . GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY," JUNK 29, 1854. Masonic Cslxb ratios. The Mason ie Order had a grand parade in this town on Saturday last, St John's Day. A number of members-of the order from a distance were in attendance, which number would have been greatly aug mented but for the low stage of the er and the irregularity of the boats. They marched from their Had to we Presbyterian church, where iter. a. a. JnasoH delivered a very appropriate address on the subject of the Order. He gave a brief history of St. John the Baptist, and his time, but the principal (mints of the discourse were the na ture, the spirit, the antiquity and ten dency of Free Masonry, all of which were handled in a masterly manner. H closed with an appeal to the Frater nity to faithfully adhere to the moral teachings of the Order. The singing by the choir was most admirable. Af - ter this they marched to the re...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 June 1854

The Missing Steamer City of Glasgow— The Missing Steamer City of Glasgow— An Affecting Story. "The Jersey Blue has .the following affecting storyf During the latter part of our career fa the Philadelphia post-office, we be j came acquainted, among tne mass 01 human beings whose faces appeared daily at the "General Delivery Win dow" where we were stationed, with an T.rmv-TnnVinr Englishman. of about forty-five years of age, who ! came frequently to inquire for letters j from home. He was a man of pleasing manners, and evidently had been well educated and accustomed to the refine- ments and elegancies of really good society. Being a stranger on our shores, he was glad to avail himself of opportunity of conversing with us, and spoke freely of his past and of his i hoDed-for-future, xie uau come over t to Philadelphia, bringing with him a fjttle son, apparently about twelve years of are, to select a residence for the rest of hfs family which he had left m Eng land, and to make all the 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. — 6 July 1854

41 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HAEPEB. "Troth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 7, 1854. Number 32. PARODY ON HOHENLINDEN. In seasons when oar funds are low. Subscribers are provoking slow, . And new supplies keep up the flow Of dimes, departing rapidly. But we shall see a sadder sight, . When duni pour in from morn till night, Commanding every sixpence bright To be forked over speedily. Our bonds and due-bills are arrayed Each seal and signature's displayed The holders vow they must be paid With threats of "Law and Chancery." Then to despair we're almost driven There's precious little use in livin', When our last copper's rudely riven From hands that held it lovingly. But longer yet these dues shall grow When interests added on below, Length'ning our chain a foot or so, ' While gazing at them hopelessly. 'Tis so, that scarce have we begun To plead for time upon a dun; Before there comes some other, one Demanding pay ferociously. The prospect darkens. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 July 1854

3TWe eopy the following aceoant cf a TCiabow murder from the Cincin- f ' ' . , ,C M(v u T, ati Gssetta of the 29 th nit. The cowardly fiend should perish at the stake by a slow fire: I W Mpboe. o, Mo, Horn tAsr Full Pabttcciabs. About one week since, a stranger of fine 'appearance, and finely dressed, called anon Dr A. H. Baker and made cer- enquiries about Mr. Isaac H. Alii- 1 . .... .1 --n son. a student in tne tucuuw ij; f.J:.: Mrt1 RnVMrv anil Steward 'of Medicine and 8urgery, and Steward of the Marine Hotipital. The stranger was particular in learning Mr. A. s style of dress, aiie, fec After recemng this information he left the office, re- marking, "I rtll see mm in less tnaa a week." Dr. Baker mentioned the stib iect to Mr. A. and asked him what it ineant. Mr. A. saia it was nothing mindino- rit nnrvnu o, to be a notorious gambler, who enter- unmltT t-a-da him of a previous difficulty, in which he had placed confidence m Mr. A. and Was now afraid that that confidence would abu...

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 July 1854

THE JOURNAL. DITXD AHD PCBU8HED T JTAZaSS SABFSB, . jAt $1 00 in advance; f2 00 at the end of tne year. GAIXIPOLIS. THURSDAY, JULY 6.1854 r TW Chinese Imperialists at Shanghai, in China, and the Americans ami English hare had a collision. The Imperialists took it upon themselves to fire at the Americans and English when ever they passed within gun-shot. Whereupon the latter joined together and returned the compliment, killing about 300 of the Imperialists. The American and English loss was slight, me man killed and another wounded. Ther stormed and took possession of three forts belonging to the Imperial ists, completely routing them. In Memphis, Tenn., the Know No thing candidate for Mayor, and all other city officers, hare been elected oy a handsome majority. &0n Wednesday evening Mr.W. McLaHghlin, of Louisville, in attempt ing to get on a morning train of cars of the Louisville and Frankfort Railroad, fell and one of his legs was dreadfully crushed. He had been out hunting, a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 July 1854

?bx Divil's Fwrrr. Potatoes were first introduced at Moscow hj Mr. Bow . had, about sixty years ago. At first " the people would neither plant them nor touch them, saying they were the devil's fruit, given to him on his "complaining fo God-that he had no fruit, when he was told to search in the earth for some, which he did and found potatoes. A curious Berwickshire legend, however, k palpably anachroical, attributes the introduction of potatoes into Scotland " to the famous wizard of the north, Sir Michael Scott.- The wisard and devil being in partnership; took a lease of a farm on the Mertoun estates, called Whitehouse. The wizard was to man age the farm; the Devil advanced the capital. The produce was to be divided as follows: The first year, Sir Michael was to have all that grew about the ground, and his partner all that grew below;- the second year their shares were to be just the opposite way. His Satanic majesty, as is usual in such eases, was fairly overreached in his bargain...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 July 1854

1 4 V O. PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice," AT ONE DOLLAR IN. ADYANCE Volume XIX. GAL. LIPO It IS ; O H I O, JULY 13, .1854 . Number 33. ir . - [For the Gallipolis Journal.] THE HOME IN MY NATIVE LAND. BY DANIEL L. EDWARDS. Oli bear me again to my native land. To the home of my childhood' mirth, Let me view the scenes of my early youth, : - " . ' Ere I take my farewell of earth. Let me climb once more the green hill side, Where I've strayed with childish glee, And hear the song of the woodland bird And the hum of the laden bee. Once more let me ramble thy woods i-' among, . "Where I've gathered the blushing flow ers. And where from the glare of the noon- tide sun, -I have sought thy leafy bowers. Again let me hear the tuneful lark. Pour forth his matin lay; For those scenes are traced by mem'ry's hand ' With a lore that can ne'er decay. - With fond affection I turn to thee, .' My home, 'neath the elm tree's shade, For there I hare often at day's decline, With my young c...

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 July 1854

NEWS BY THE AMERICA. HALIFAX, July 5. Commercial Intelligence. Rich ardson ft Brothers say the weather in England and France has been farorable for agricultural purposes, consequent Upon which Bread stuffs of ail kinds bad considerably declined: Wheat 3d to 6d 3? busheU Flour 2s $ barrel, and Corn 4 s to 2s quarter, and holders were pressing sales. They ' quote Western Canal Flour at 37s 3d., Straight Balti more, S?9 6d.'r White Wheat lis 9d 12s 3d., tod Red 1 rsl Is 9d. Others quote White Wheat at lls3dto.l2s, and Red 10slls. Indian Corn 36s - 36s 6L Gkxeral IsTELLiasjrcr. The battle at Silistria yas at once most sanguinary and decisive. - On the 15th nit, the Turks sallied out of Silistri and at tacked: the Russian forces in their en trenchments, and a severe battle took place, resulting in the total discomfiture of the Russians, who retreated in dis order and fled across the Danube, pur- . sued closely by the Turks. The Turks completely destroyed the siege-works of the Russians. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 July 1854

THE JOURNAL. DttXO AJTO PT7BU8HKO T ffAHSS HABf EB. 7At 91 00 in advance; 9t 00 at the end of the year. GlXIilPOLlV THUBSDAY, JULY 13, 1854 Th Gritxtasd. A number of the young folk of this town, and probably old ones too, are in the habit of cutting and destroying the shrubbery in the grare-yard, and very frequently re more filings of comparatively little val ue, but which have been placed there by some relative as a token of affection . .1 J J TTWHM ID uib ueparteu at wbu" i and trouble. This sacrilegious villainy is carried to' such an extent at present that it is actually necessary to arrest the perpetrators and bring them before a judioial tribunal, or the persons own ing lots to discontinue their attentions and lei the grounds become overgrown with weeds and underbrush. One of the two things must be done, unless these persons leave off their unhallowed nd wicked wtrk. - We are unable to divine what kind of consciences they mnst have to steal from a graveyard fifty such thefts f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 July 1854

Reformation or William Wibt A su IhfrTDK his iJisTORT. The distinguished William Wirt, within six months After his first marriage, became addicted to intemperance, the effect of watch operated strongly m lae mina and health of hit wife, and in a few months more she was numbered with the dead. Her death led him to leave the country where ha resided, and he moved to Richmond, where he soon rose to distinction. Bat his ; habits hang about h'aa, and occasionally he was fonnd wkh jelly,- frolicsome spirits of bacSahanalian revelry. His true friends -expostulated with him to convince him of the injury he was doing to himself. But he still persisted. His practice be gan to fall off, and many looked on him, as on the sure road to ruin. He was advised to get married with a view of correcting his habits. This he . con sented to do, rf the right person offered. He accordingly paid his addresses to Miss Gamble. After some months at tention, he asked her hand in marriage. She replied: - "Mr. Wir...

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