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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 July 1854

--t' 1 ' ? "J..t -.-! ' :. ."..-. t. fc . . . ,i .To a 1 :..J if II - If I I hi 1 ' I El . I Lm . ,- ., ... . a - ', i a rii . .... -: , i 1 1; III' tl r. JiV af . I tl il 1:1 iil ' 110 'I :i I 1 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. ,, , V ,:, . , -: ' ,: ' - , . "Tr u th and Justice." , , .. : :: .: . , AT ONE DOLLAR INADVA5 C E Volume XIX. . ' "rnvv'l--GALL I P O L IS . OHIO, J U I. Y 20. 1854 V . Number 34- THE DYING CALIFORNIAN. Lay up nearerr brother, nearer, ' : For my limbs are growing cold, '.' And thy presence seemeth dearer, ' When thy arms around me fold. I am 3ying, brother, dying, Soon you'll miss me in your berth, For my form will soon be Iy,nff 'Neath the ocean's briny surf. .o , ; Hearken tome, brother, hearken, ; ' I have something I would say; E'en the yeil my vision darken, . And I go from hence away. I am going, surely going; . '. ' But my hope in God is strong; I am willing, brother, knowing That He doeth nothing wrong. : Tell my father, when you greet him, ' That in deat...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 July 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. NEW YORK, July 12. The steamer Asm, with advices from Liverpool to Saturday, the Zth mst, h hist arrived- COMSfERCTAL- IsTXLUGXItCX. Milli- gan quotes Western Canal floor atS5s 6d(SJ3os bd: X eiiow umi at ooe ma White at 34s 6d. The Broker's Circular quotes breacf stuffe doll and heavy, owing to fine weather, but at the close the market im proved. Richardson," in his Circular dated Friday, quotes Western Canal Flour at 36s 6d, and Ohio 38s; White . Wheat 1 Is 6d, and Yellow and White Cora 35s. Lard in fair demand, and holders firm at 49s50s. Beef m moderate request. Pork in active de mand. Beacon selling very freely at full price- ' ' Gxitseal IsTiLtiGKKCK. The whole aspect of the war has been changed and it is difficult to foresee what new com plications may arise. Austria stands ready to march 'an army of 200,000 men into the Princi palities, thus interposing between the combatants, and preventing further hos tilities in that quarter. Austria has not vet recei...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 July 1854

THE JOURNAL. XDITXD ATO FT7BUSHXD BT " ' JAMBS HABPITB. "At 91 00 In advance; 92 00 at the end of the year." GAIXirOLIS. THTJRSDAY, JCXY 20. 1654 .Taxm.tok 1854. Some or our Democratic contemporaries hare made much ado over the fact that the levy for State purposes on the grand duplicate for the present year is considerable less than for 1853 the amount for 1853 having been fifty-one cents on a hun dred dollars to thirty-fire cents and a half this year; and they hare thus put forth the notion that the taxes ior me present year Were to be much less than last Bat the figures show a different result, as will he made manifest to the good people of Gallia county at least when they have to fork over the aougn; t no bills of a less ' denomination than "ten dollars will be taken, except they have been issued by an Ohio bank!) The re-appraisement of real estate and the no deduction principle has raised the" taxable property of Gallia county from $2,653,889, the total for 1853, to $3,925,660....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 July 1854

Thjc GuAiro Speculatiok of Mxxioo, It appears that the goTemment of Mexico have recently granted for ten jean to Setter Jose C. ferns and others, representing a bod to be called the Mexican Guano Company, an exclusive privilege for the exportation of Guano from all the coasts and islands belong In r to that country, with the exception of three islands in the Pacific known under the name of the Marias. Circu lars nave accordingly been issued, noti fying the conditions on which it may be obtained, the professed object of the proprietors being to leave the trade as open as possible consistently with their Own" claims for remuneration. The quality of the guano existing on the Atlantic side of the coast has been more thoroughly examined than that on the other, owing to several cargoes having already been taken thence to the United States, as well as a few to Liverpool, and id stated to be entirely distinct from the Peruvian descriptions, its richness consisting in sixty percent of phosph...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1854

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." ... . AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 27, 1854. Number 35. DANCE LIGHT, FOR MY HEART IS UNDER YOUR FEET, LOVE. BY JOHN FRANCIS WALLES. "Ah, sweet Buy Neil, rise up from the wheel i . Tour neat little foot will be weary from spin ning; ( Come trip down with me to the sycamore tree-, Half the parish is there, and the dance is beginning. The Ban is gone down, bat the full harvest moon ' -Shines sweetly and cool on the dew-whiten ed valley; While all the air rings with the soft, loving things Each little bird sings in the green-shaded . ; Taller. "With a blush and a smile, Kitty rose op the while, . Her eyes in the glass as she bound her hair, glancing; Tin hard to refuse when a young lover sues So she couldn't but choose to go off to the dancing. An now on the green the glad groups are seen Each gay -hearted lad with the lass of his choosing; And Fat, without fail, leads out sweet Kitty - KeU . Bomehow, when he...

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

ARRIVAL OF THE FRANKLIN. NEW YORK, July 18, A. M. The steammer Franklin, with - from Ham to the 5th and Liverpool to the 4th inst, went ashore yesterday Siorning off Mantauk, Long Island; and is said to be in a dangerous position. She had 160 passengers aboard, about 40 of whom reached this city early this morning. Her cargo comprises 800 tons merchandise. At the last accounts from he she was not leaking badly. CoMMfcBCIAL IiTTKLLIGEXCI. Not taring yet received our regular corres pondence, and no papers yet, our Hews is necessarily brief. At Liverpool Cotton is reported to be in active demand at full prices. Flour Bad- advanced 6d9L per bbl, bnt Corn was duir and a shade lower. At Lon don, Flour had declined Is to 2s per bbl and Corn Zs per quarter, Consols closed on the 4th at 93$ Gikibal Intelligence. A formida ble revolt took place at Madrid on the 28th ult, beaded by General O'DonnelL 1 he insurgents number 4000. The re Dorts are, however, conflicting. The latest statement, that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1854

THE JOURNAL. DITXD AXO PPBUBHID BT JAMBS BABPSB, WAt 81 00 in advance; ft 00 at the end of the year. U1LMPOLI. THXJESDAT. JULY 27, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATION. . For Judge of the Supreme Court. . r JOSEPH R. SWAN, .of Franklin. ; ': : - ForBoard of Public Works." - JACOB BLICKENSDEBFEB, Js- t;' of Tuscarawas. ": ; CoHORBSSIOHAL CoHTKHTIOK. The time is approaching for making the necessary arrangements for holding a Whig Congressional Convention in this district. We have seen no mention made of the subject by any of the Whig papers of the district If there is no District Committee whose duty it is to attend to the matter, we suggest that the several County Committees agree upon the time, place, Ac. As we hare referred to this matter, we propose that the Whigs of this Con gressional District hold a Convention at Portsmouth on Monday, the 11th day of September next. Adjofbnhijtc of Cokomss. It is settled that the two houses of Congress will adjourn on the 4th of August. There are some h...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 July 1854

From the Western Messenger. Miaow TUilboad MKTnro. At - large tad respectable meeting of the cit izens of Muon county, held at the Court-house, pursuant to notice, on the 3d day of 7uiy, 1854, (it being the first day of the July Court I for the purpose of appointing delegates to represent Mason county in the Railroad Conven tion to be held at the White Sulphur Springs, on the x4th or August next, upon motion of J. G. Newman, Esq., " Mai. Charles Clendinen was called to the chair, and Lewis Wetzel appointed Secretary. J. G. Newman, Esq., explained ine obiect of the meetinir. and after dwell- in niwm thm imnortance of the early completion of the Covington and Ohio RiwT hnwinir that the faith of the State was solemnly pledged to carry out that great wont, jar. newmau auoweu conclusively the importance of united, prompt and vigorous action on the part of the friends of the improvement throughout the btate. - -On motion of Hon. J. M. H. Be ale. the Chairman appoined the following gentlem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 August 1854

J- "t. i j ! 1 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Trnth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XIX G A L LIP O L I S ; OH I O , A U G US T 3.1854 Number 36. THE TALL GENTLEMAN'S APOLOGY. BY ROBERT BELL. Upbraid me not, I never swore eternal lore to thee, - . Xprtlioa art only fire feet high, and I am six feet three; 1 wonder, dear, how you guppoeed that I could look so low, There's many a one can tie a knot who cannot ' fix a bean. - Besides, too mart confess, my lore, the bar- gain's scarcely fair. For never could we make a match, although we madeapai( Marriage, I know, makes one of two; bat - here's the horrid bore. My friends declare that if yon are that I at least am fottr. Tis troa, the moralists hare said, that Lot - has got do eves. But why should all my sighs be beared for one who has no sice? ' And on our wedding-day I'm sure I'd leare ForyJSreV JwTsteeple. dean in Uie inside you in the lurch. of a church. Tis usual for a wife to take her hasband by the arm, . ' But pray exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 August 1854

To Via Stockboudsrs or h Gal-1 HPOLI8, Jacxsow and Chillicoihi Railroad Compact. The charter for this company was granted March 22, 1850, and authorized the construction of a railroad from Gallipolis to Jackson with the right of continuing the same tv S connexion with the Marietta and Cin cinnati road so as to open a -connexion with Chillicothe.- The company was organised in July, A.. D. 1852, with a "subscription df about $75,000. Since that time the compact hare made no ef forts to increase the amount of stock It is however certain that the subscrip tion misrbt be raised to $100,000 and over without much effort. Soon after the organization of the Company, the Directors made arrange ments for a surrey of the line. Mr. Shaw of Virginia, was employed, with a sufficient corps to run the line named in the charter. This was done. At the same time a random line was run from Gallipolis by Vinton and the Buck eye Furnace to Hamden, a point on the line of the Marietta and Cincinnati rail ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 August 1854

THE JOURNAL. XDITKD AHD PUBUSMD BT jA XS S 8 BAB FSB,' X-At f 1 00 in advance; 82 00 at the end of the year. ' ' tiALLtroLIS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. -k For Judge of theSnpreme Court. " ' . JOSEPH R. SWAN, ' . . of Franklin. ; r For Board of Public Works. JACOB BLICKENSDERFEB, Ja.,; , .of . Tuscarawas. , - Death of Rxv. W. P. Buill. We learn by the last Presbyterian Herald that William Pltjmm Buell died at New Castle, Hardeman county, Tenn., on the 1st nit The deceased was a native of Marietta, Ohio, and brother of. Mrs. Dr. Hxbabo of this town. It will be remembered, that he gave a few very interesting lecturft in the Presby terian church of this place, about three years since, on. the manners and cus toms of the Chinese. He was a mis sionary to Si am, where he devoted five years of his life to christianizing the gentiles, but his wife being suddenly smitten with paralysis, he was compell ed to return to his native country. The immediate cause of his death...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 August 1854

[From the Wool Grower.] Practical Hfirrs a Sam Hosbahd r. Allow me, through your valuable journal, to- reply to a few questions often put tans by young wool -grower: FOULS OR FOOT ROT. Is it curable, and by what process? Experience affirms that it can be cured effectively by the following method: 1st Pear and scrape the hoof most thor oughly, ridding it of all offensive mat ter0 by means of a sharp knife. 2d. Then apply a strong decoction of tobac co, in which has been-dissolved as much blue vitriol, (pulverized,) as will dis solve, to which is added a small portion of spirits of turpentine. The vitriol caustic the tobacco is healing and the turpentine is penetrating. In slight affections, two applications, five or six days apart, will effect a cure. In severe cases it must be followed up for a few weeks. I have known sheep that walked on their fore-knees, not being able to 'touch their fore-feet to the around, eomnletelv cured bv this reme dy. Remember that the knife performs an es...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1854

.mule! .ilshmszuZ) i i.jii' ::c;.. i y. v-1 li ; ..' ,f 5 L ' ' ''V PUBLISHED BY JAMES HABPER. TVifth od 'Justice.' AT ONE DOLLAR IN" ADVANCE Volume :XI.X. tB-''':":;iiv':;fii:::;;.GA,L li pol is - o ii i o, a u gust i o i 85 a . Number 37. i ll. ' - i: 1 i 1111 141 il l tf THE BLIND BOY AT PLAY. BY ELIZA COOK. The Wind boy's been at play, mother, -"And merry game he had; " : ., We led him on out way, mother, r . And every step was glad; ... Bat when we found a starry flower, -'And praised its varied hue, ' ' .' "'. A tear came trembling down his cheek, Just lilce a drop of dew. We took him to the mill, mother, - . . , Where falling waters made : ; ;'. A rainbow o'er the rill, -mother, ' As golden sun-rays played! v Bat when we shouted at the scene, ' '' And hailed the clear blue sky, " He stood quite still upon the bank, . -.And breathed a long, long sigh.- . We asked him why he wept, mother, : Whene'er we found the spots. Where periwinkles slept, mother. O'er wild forget-me-nots. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1854

MR BORLAND'S HONOR AVENGED. ED. SAN JUAN DE NICARAGUA BOMBARDED. - The steamship Prometheus, Capt. Turner, arrived at Sew York front Pun ta Arenas, on Monday, Witlf Sf.OOO,' 000 in specie and 383 passengers. The f POTWtlieuS arrived outward on the morning' of the 15th, at 8 o'clock, having touched at Kingston for eoal. .She found in the harbor the U. 8. sbip-of-war Cyane,' commanded by Capt Hollins, which had arrived at San Juan del Norte on the 11th inst, in twenty one davs from New York, commissioned . to settle certain difficulties between the American citisens and the local authori ties;: also to demand a full and satisfac tory apology for an insult given a short tune since to the lion, eoian Boriana, our Minister to Central America. The authorities and inhabitants of the town refused to make the slightest apology. After giving ample time, and no apology having been received, Capt. Hollins, on the 12th, issued a proclamation to the authorities and residents that, unless an apolo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1854

THE JOURNAL. BDITkfl AX FCTU8HD I ." . 'jME HABPEBj' 7-A( tlDO in adraae: $t 00 at the end of the year, GALLIPOLIS. INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. ' For Judge of the Supreme Court. . 7: JOSEPH R. SWAN.- !i . f; .j.: :t? 'of JVatklin. jv"1 FcrBoard Of Public Works! " . '. JACOB BLICKENSDE&FJS, J., ! ..!-- nof Tuscarawas. ' .TVS?- - TO THE WHIGS OF GALLIA CO. . Ton are req uested to meet at tie usual place 01 Holding elections ta yoar respective town ships, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2d, nt ova 'o'cloci P. M., to organize a Board in each township by appointing two Judges, who shall receive, the ballots tor thejBomination of the several candidates and keen a Doll -of the same. The time of omen the polls to be at ra o cmck r. J&., ana ciosnro at nan o clock P. M. of aaid day, and none but Whigs will be allowed to rota. The candidates to be Toted for, are as fol- Tows: Tor Gallia county one Clerk of the Ceort: one Probate Judge; one Recorder; one Auditor; and one Commissioner. - : Also del...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 August 1854

Rarirrrn F5ovKMioKT.-r-OenI. Cass claims to be the author and finisher of the sfflj doctrine of -Squatter ;Bover eimiy. He first made known his great discovert r his -Nicholson Letters T8&, which doctrine, as Mr. Benton tru ly says ht his Anti-Nebrasks speech. -'is a Monstrosity, born of timidity and am bition, hatched into existence in the hot incubation of a Presidentral canvass, re volting to the beholders 'when first pre sented and has continued so until the present time. " But we are reminded by an article hi a late number of the Nation al " Intelligencer, that Genl. Cass, after all, is not the original inventor; that be. stole his invention from the early Ter- ritorial history of the Northwest. The original inventor of what is now called Squatter Sovereignty," was Genl. St. Clair, the first Governor of the North western Territory; so it is of Federal and not Democratic origin: - ' " Congress passed an act, in April, 1 802, authorizing the people living in what is now calle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 August 1854

tRaMaTaMMMsMBMMMBMWiRWWMBRlRMiMWBIMMIMBiMMMIa PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. (,,--' 7- , - Tr t h nd Jnstice." ,; .. .--. , ., AT ONE DOLLAR. IN ADVANCE Volumb 'vXIX; -? :!;n GALLIPOLI S, OHIO, AUGUST 1 V. 185 4. i Number 38. 3T Is not this beautiful? It is con tributed to- the. Borne Journal by Mrs T.H.Beverage'of Galveston,' TeRU.",'- I saw a youthful mother " " j , . Once, on-a Summer day, : ; ; ,e down a smiling inlaw .. i j To watch its boho pray; . . It gamboled on the flowerets , t . That decked the carpet o'er r And seemed with childish wonder, Each object to explore. . :.'' j A something, on the instant, Its glad career arrests; L iAhd earnestly it gazes where 7 7 A golden sunbeam rests; , While.on the new found glory ' " It fixed its wondering eyes, . And trustfully reached forth its hand, ,.. -To seize the glittering prize. 7 ' V, And now its tiny fingers clasp 1 .' The treasure rich and rare," "Which. in its baby innocence, . ; . , .. It surely thought was there. ' r But, ah...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 August 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. NEW YORK, Aug. 8—P. M. Iks Hax-visY. There is bo neirt of great importance by the packet, but evervtbinir if trams otf satisfaetorilv The weather continue favorable for the DBTTCO! MIU MAIw UUI IIVIU Sskaa fM w" the United Kingdom but likewise frem every eountry in. Europe and Asia are the accounts of a character to show that the supply of food this f will be far be yond tne rreragr.- The market for breadstuff's fluctuates according to' the weather. The accounts- of the Grain crop are generally f.Tnfahle. Wheat was in Tair demand at a decline of 44, Milligan- quotes White Wheat at 88s 7d. Flour was in moderate demand at 3030s 6d for Western Canal, and 31s 6d32s for - good Ohio. Cora Ma 3d32s. ' Giimut IirrKLLiaiScx. 'The flews from the seat of war is very meagre. No further fighting had oc tarred. In the British Parliament, Lord Dud fey Stuart's motion of a want of confi dence in the Aberdeen Ministry was rie gatived. The insurrection- in Parma has been suppre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 August 1854

THE JOURNAL. XBtnB AaTD FUBXISHID T f ASSB8 BABPSB, ' At f 1 00 in advance; 92 00 at the end of the year. UALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOSEPH R. SWAN, " :- . of Franklin. - For Board of Public Works. JACOB BLICKENSDERFER, -, of Tuscarawas. i Ornt Pwmart Elxctioss. It 's im portant that we hare a general attend ance at the Primary Elections for the choosing of candidates for county offi ces. By reference to the call of the Whig Central Committee, it will be seen that the Whigs in each township are requested to meet at their usual place of holding elections, on Saturday, Sep tember id, for this purpose. There are stated times fop opening aniclosing the polls, which hare never heretofore been lfcui nuivu viuiwivu gave I IMS W Umm content at our last Primary Elections; .moreover . none but Whigs will, be al lowed to vote. It is hoped there will be a general turn-out on the occasion, that a ticket may be formed that will c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 August 1854

Tsut ' Gkittow Outkaox. The Washington correspondent of the New York .Times, gives the following partie tuars from Colonel J. C. "Fremont, who was' present when Greytown was de stroyed: It was quit evident uiat. lor me teason or other, a strong prejudice - istad t Greytown against alt Aen - nMiriiM amnnntin'r umflstio. positive hostility, and to coneeal which. H'J-"- O . no pains whatever were taaen. i immediate origin of the difficulty in which Borland participated, was the homicide of the negro captain of a ban-, go; or river boat, committed by Cap- - tain Smith, of a steamer ptjmg on the ' riTer. N ot withstanding published statements directly the reverse, this homicide was considered by the Ameri cans, almost without exception, a delib erate, cold-blooded murder, without a shadow of palliation. There had been some previous difficulty between Smith and the negro. On the day of the homicide, Smith's steamer ran into the negro's bungo, when the latter threat ened -to shoot Smith if...

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