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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 December 1854

4 - - - ii . ! l ... n i J ! . - PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE Volume XX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO; DECEMBER 7, 1854. Number 2 t - ; M g 1 - flil 111 I I . T . Ill II I hi I It DR. DODDRIGES'S DYING SONG, Said to hare been composed, and oft repeated, on his death bed. i While oo the verge of life I stand, ' 4 - Add view the scene on either hand, .. Hj spirit struggles with its day, And longs to wing its flight away. ' -;. Where Jesus dwells my soul would be, , It faints my much loved Lord to see. Earth, twine no more about my heart, " For lis far better to depart. , Come, ye angelic envoys, come, -And lead the willing pilgrim home; Yoa know the way to Jesus' throne. Source of my joys and your own. That blessed interview how sweet, To fall transported at his feet! Raised in his arms to view his face, . Through the full beaming of his grace! To view heaven's shining courtiers round. Each with immortal glories crowned; Ana wnue nis lorm in eacn I trace...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 December 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. NEW YORK, Nov. 29. The Africa arrived with' Liverpool Xataatn the 18th. A pause has ensued in field fighting Before Sevastopol. - The dispatches of both Russiansand British. say that the. seige progresses with regularity and preparation m . making for an assault. ,-. , -, " " Both parties are in want of reinforce ments. , " . - The besiegers are worse than the be sieged. - The Russians begin to want ammuni tion, v - t "' The allies are reduced by battle and 'disease to 0,000, which caused much alarm in England and France, and the utmost efforts were making to send in stant reinforcements. All the mail steamers are chartered. The winter as setting in severely. The weather is stormy in the Black Sea and two Tur kish frigates were wrecked. The great hospital in bevastopol with 2,000 wounded was burned by the fire of the allies.:. : The Austrian note in reply to Prus sia's note of the 30th of October, ar rived at Berlin on the 12th. As far as its contents have tra...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 December 1854

TI i' 1 I.IJTATTD'W A T 1 5 JUJPiJ J. J. U-IA4-J -- ft S 8 B AS r s'iiV-Z-Ai T 00 In advance; ft 00 at the ena of the year. -.r., J ; CAIil-IPOMS. .1 DEC M85t - Waiir! WatibIJ For several week past thVcitozens on the Public Square have been sadly pnt out ; ior water, ow .fog" to the puhlio pumps getting out of repair. - - Whose duty is, H to attend to these pumps? 1 ' Our' Town ' Council, whose duty it ought to be,refuse to take ny action or expend a cent of the peo ple's money far the very Iaudible object of keeping these pumps in repair. We ire bold these wells were dug and pumps placed in them by private subscription, after which they were presented to the cnrnnrib'oB: with the express understan- r ' ,diag that they should be kept in good " -.TTT' 1 ' .1 t r repair.- w nuin tne space oi nve yearn 'and a half the Trustees have, reconciled "it to their conscience . to open the peo ple's purse once only, and contribute a mite for the repair of these fountains. - If the corporation f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 December 1854

DELINQUENT LIST. A Est of Lands ui Town Lot returned delinquent by tie Treasurer of Gallia oounty, for the taxes, of the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, ' ' towhich It added a penalty of thirty per centum, together with the simple tax " of one thoaeand eight hundred and fifty-four. 4 Owvxm' Name. B. T., Sec V C 'BpeneerTW' 14 15 15 1 '3 16 6 6 Stone L E 4 8tone Henry A . Habriso. : Biclle John HOC ' r. Clark John IT Iron Henry Noll George V same . . same Phelps BenjB Sanns F J, hein Williams Enoch - Cut. ' : Cole Samuel Harrington itiro tt same ;, . .-. same Addisoh. Rife Joseph 2d Tuck Jane Chxshiri. : Fraxier Wm H . Irwin Julia Ann Low Joseph A - -Kewm J L Bfef V George J same -; :r. Rice Jacob Sayre AnnaM ; , -Swisher Peter . WardNahum -; Oasis'. - , . Sibley William Womeldorff Wm 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15. 14 14 14 14 14 H .14 -14 14 14 . 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 4 7 - 7 15,24 18 33 ' 33 27 .. 17 10 V 16 22,28 : 36' ..36 36 4 4 2 '2 4 4 35 26 5 21,27 262"--'3...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 December 1854

w ..-ia.-. no-: v IV. T :i-;- v i ,.i ! ' li.4Vt : ) v i i PUBLISHED BT 3 AUKS HARPER.1 ,.. ; Tr th and Justice." AT OSB DOLLAR IS ADYAKCX Volume XX. . GAL r- It OLIS, O II I O.i HE CEMB K It 14v;l 5 4 - Number 3 si ii ' fi - ii inii ; - . ; ' ins LECTURE. .'The. following introductory Lecture, d&Hrered before the Young Men's Mer cantile 'Library Association of Cincin nati, by 'Honi fiosics Mann, contains spine truthful and instfuctire' passages, which every body should read. ' , We copy from the Cincinnati Gasette: . Mr.' President, and Gentlemen 6f the Cincinnati Mercantile Library Associa tion Having ' the honor to be invited Hi deliver the Introductory Lecture of . your ensuing Course, I have felt bound id sAy:t a topic more immediately-bearing upon your high interests and duties as Merchants. You are a brotherhood of merchants. I am told that your numbeT'exceeds 2500, and that all your active members either belong, or are expecting to belong, to the mercantile profession. ,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 December 1854

lo repair me injuries tney bare don to oar era sens, and to make suitable apology fur their insult of our Minuter, and that a ship of war irould be despatched thither Unenforce the - compliance wita toeae oemaiMia. Dm tne no tice Dassed' unheeded. Thereupon, a com mander of the navy, ia charge of the sloop nf war "Uyaue, was ordered to repeat Uie Or- mands, and insist Upon a compliance there with. Finding that neither the populace, nor those assuming to- tare authority over them, manifested any disposition to make the re quired reparation, or even to offer an ekense for their conduct, be warned them, by a public proelainationj-that if they did not give satis- bard the town. By this procedure he afforded Them aa opportunity to provide for their per soual safety. To these also who desired to avoid loss of property, in the punishment aboot b be inflicted on the offending town, he fur nished the means of remorina their efforts, by file beaU of his own ship, and of a steamer which he 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. — 14 December 1854

THE JOURNAL. 'sDITSD Art rtJBUBHXB to ' yAt f 1 00 in adr&nde;' ft 00 at " ' " the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. tmrBSDAf.' ,- V',--! TXG. 14. .1864 .-D8tcctcy Fiaa Chmhim. On Saturday night last the warehouse and store belonging to Mrl C. L. Guth bi, In 'Cheshire, was with, their con tents entirely consumed by fire. It is supposed that. Ire was communicated ta the' building from a furnace In the warehouse, where workmen had been engaged rendering lard, and the flames spread so. rapidly thai in a snort time not only the warehouse but the store house adjoining was completely envel- oned in flames. There was about two thousand" bushel' 'of wheat " and one thousand bushel! of oats in the ware house at' the time, a part of which was taken out after the fire had done burn, ing. -' When discovered the flames had progressed so far that but little- was saved; except the books and some few " articles, and almost his entire stock of goods were consumed. There was an insurance of (2000 on -...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 December 1854

DELINQUENT LIST. JL fist of Lands sad jW Lota retmrned delinquent ty Trcsnrr of Gallia county, for the taxes of the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, tawhUhfk added a ienalty ef thirty per centum, together W U simple tax et one thousand eigbt honored and OwjfEBs' NaXKS. Ohio, h ?- . Spencer T W . V 14 Stone LE r 15 Stone Henry A 15 JR"vi 1 3 3 16 6 6 HABBISO. ' Bickle John isaae ? Clark John N Iron Henry Null George same t.5 .? 15 4 15 4 7 .7 15,84 16 r?33 15 4 15 4 154 u IS, 4 33 27 It 40 16 same 15 Phelps Ben B II Sana F J heirs dS Williams Enoch 15 4 4 4 4 CfcAT. Cole Samuel f 14 22,28 100 160 160 160 640 Harrington Miro same same p Addibok. Rife Joseph 24 i Tack Jane , Chishirx. I Fraiier Wm H Irwin Julia Ana Low Joseph A . Newsom J L Kupp George J J ' ' Same' ' '. Jlice Jacob "'; Say re AnnaM Swisher Peter Ward Nahum ;', ( Sibley William"1 WomeldorffWm 14121 36 36 36 14 2 14 2 35. 26 640 21,27 ' V "3 ' 32; '.V'Sf 4 21,27 8 7 17 100 640 100' . 2621 ' 262 1 100 , 2...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 December 1854

IT'.fi? . .1. tflir.t V, y-M it,l A A l : .if i . i r .. S I i III doJ Av-ri,.i f"2 i,,ljc fl-jm( l?tr .rfnr VI - - -fr--' w-3a I i-c 'l , -,..-.,1. (,v,w ... "" JMV-w w ... . . -.i .;..., V .r. ., !-o,.-i 1, 0 I-: f.-..; -..,1 . :.n,m . .X .lis ' .Hi ; vr v, ,,m ...,t f "i-' ' ';-' ! v PUBLISHED BT.MMES HARPERiT- ljK,:Hi ; ; .' " ; -i'. ;. ,.?Tr u IU.: and . Justice,.?? , ,: ; - ; -,!f-.. nV .. .Av? f-.w' AT ONE DOLLAR IN AD VANG . . . i t : : . . . i '-' 1 1 i ? . j 1 1 . i ;;;y-- G A'L L I P O L I S, . O H I OV: D E C E M D E lty2i; 1 p,4:.,,i: y, Mil JlctMx t .fflllr "iTIiil ; .t,-..'-.iun. I : . 1 :. , . . . -v ' . -. i 1 1 yfVTV.VS i T iA VvY II 1 1 Yil 91 II ' VI I i 1 1. . 7. 1 ; . ifciTH 1 " III tea J . 1 3 1 . i 1 III 1J " 111 " I I IH PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. (CONCLUDED.) Passing from foreign to domestic af fairs, y our attention is naturally directed to ihe financial condition of the country, aayg a TObioet of eeneral interest.' For complete and exact information re garding....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 December 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER PACIFIC. $ errlWe storm in the Kack Set ty-two Englislr Tawporta, -Thir Three Mail Steamer sad Fire Ships or . War of tha Allied Fleet Lost or Driven Ashore A Freneh Army M arching; on Dessarabia Allied "Powers Refuse to Treat on the Four T. Totals Great Consternation in En " fend Reinforcements being Dfcpiitelr- edtothe Crimea in Immense Num . I- hen Tire-English Crosers Captur ed by the Russiana ( the Kaek Sea tj,p Killed and Wounded a the Battle of Inkermann, etc. , NEW YORK,Dec. 13. The steamer Pacific; with one week's later advices from Europe, has arrived, " CoMMiBCHl. Ijttilugi5C. Rich ardson, Pence ft Co. report Beef more active, and the stock reduced lower than for several rears, and full prices would be obtained for the first new. Pork was in fair request, but there was none suitable ' for ship .stores. Bacon had declined Large arrivals of Tallow lad depressed the market. - At London ' fall prices were obtained for Sugars. Coffee waa quiet, "Little d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 December 1854

..THE JOURNAL. ,;MTM A WTBUBHKD It ' -At I 00 Sn advance; 9t 00 at theerfdof the7ear. " -1UJ GAI.LIPOLIM. YHTTRSDAYa PECS., ii; 1854 Death or m Gajjja Cocarra A "Won 'tooti SoBScmiaaae. Time rolls on, and. the OaDia Courier," after an existence of four years .en weeks, is recorded among the things of the past, the last number of that sheet eon- 'tabimg the valedictory of the editor, in which is depicted the trials and hardship in the life of a newspaper publisher. This event ws tjrobably unlooked for by those unacquainted with newspaper Dublishine. "bat those more familiar with the "black art," were astonished that Us existence was so prolonged; thus it will be perceived everybody was astonished -one half beeanse it could not be con tinned with rot means, the other that it was enabled to exist at all. Tops it was not surprising in the least to hear fibe news that was to sadden the hearts Of lla nearest inenas..' n v um wum ww -rired to render a prosperous sopport to a pa--fier' aad ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 December 1854

DELINQUENT LIST. A list of Jotte as? Town tot returned delinqaest by til Treasure? of GaUia county? for the kiesof th iear One j-hocasnd eight hundrad sad .fifty-threCj to wi'ish iiU penalty of- thirty trtr eantUM, together jrith tbf simple Ux of cm ithousanil eight hundred and fifty-four. TcIO CI VT A . ' ! Owsxus' Names. Ohio. Spencer TW7 Stone L E Stone Henry A- Hakbisok. Bickle John-1 V', 1? 14 ivie 15 9 i6 is fy6 154 tTClark JohriNL Iron Henry Noll Gwre sami ffj same f PhelpsBertf B Sns heirgJ5 Williams Enoch ""15 Clat. 15 15 15 ft i a 3S 640 1 da? ie do? 1 6 640 V7 Acr.' 1530 194 Il,24i6t 3gi Il4l43wptrfrae. -1 6 SI : 41 4 16 4r- 4? i 33 4 27 4 16tf 378; 102 side I' ii Tax. ! fC.lL 11 31 27 7 23 34 2 09 80 w qr 2 93 31 in 4f;io 16 640 263? 33 V 60 f"213wWl4 '76 '40) nZr III ineiswii 6 40 4 40 218neqrneqr4 42 91 40 f95 6-qm e qr " H ou j j 52 e t a half ! 8 37 33 40j 1.7'18fl 111 in sesw J 1 ; '262; :'?10' ;VS Brittle 1-; 640 1 80 364s4eqr .. 6 61 83 61 41 t!4 -4 14 2 Karr&...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 December 1854

y.. r t ' . -.-- -a i 3. . , .. ....... . . - -. v c: C 4. J 4 'J ' . L - . ' r ; 1 : . t If Mwmm -' ' ' 1 ii -em PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. - . - . "Truth and Justice. v . . . AT ONE DOIIJ.R IN ADVANCE Volume XX. . GALL I POL I S, OHIO; DECEMBER 28. 1854. ' .'- . Number 5. " ' i m IT BE KIND. Be kind to thy father for when thou ; wert young, - Who loved thee so fondly as he? He caught the first accents that fell from .-" thy tongue, ... And joined in thy innocent glee. : Be kind to. thy father, for now he is old. His locks intermingled with gray; His footsteps are feeble, once fearless and bold. Thy father is passing away. Be kind to thy mother for lo! on her brow "May traces of sorrow be seen; . Oh well ' may's t thou cherish, and com fort her now, For loving and kind hath she been. Remember thy mother for thee will ' ' she pray, '. ' As long as God giveth her breath; -With accents of kindness then cheer her lone way, E'en to the dark valley of death. Be kind to thy brother his he...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 December 1854

CONGRESSIONAL. WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. SmAtx. Mr. Sebastine presented fhe credentials of Mr. Johnson, elected - to fill the vacancy occasioned by II Borland's resfoiAtion. Mr. Shields reported a bffl to increase fhe efficiency of tbe army, ana gare no ,,re thai he would caH it op at an earl car. . The House Ml for the relief of the children and heirs of Baron' de Kalb, was taken nn and diseussed. Messrs. Badger and Clayton warmly eulogised the virtue aad noble deeds of da Kalb, and urged the passing of the bill. v Tt wm referred. ' The bill establishing the Department - of Law, in place of tbe Attorney lien- erar. office, was ias.cn op. - Mr. Adams proposed fonr rerbal 'amendments which were agreed io, and the biH was postponed. Tbe bill establishing a Board of Com miaaoners, to examine claims against tae unitea Mates, was taken up. " Mr. Broadhead addressed the Senate, in faror of the bilL Mr. Hunter was in faror of open pro- ceeaings in sncn masters, rather than lnrestieations by Com...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 December 1854

THE JOUKNAL. yAt f 1 00 in tdruee; ft 00 at the end of theyear. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, . DEO. 28, 1854 . XSFChxistm as passed off remirki- My lively in our town. Since Saturday evening we have not been ont of bear - ing of cannon, gnu, pistols or Jackson crackers, and to throw in the fights, onr town the past few days has been render ed as lirelj as it nsed to be on theocca alon of a general master, when the mil itia' 'ossifera nsed to strut, swear and drink whiskey. Howerer we hare heard of nothing serious happening further than a few black eyes, some breakage and 'the loss of one finger, the conse quences of all which we presume the parties are able to bear. The fight occurred just below our of fice, between Kick Souverain and two brothers by the name of Jeffers on one side, and John Lnpton and Timothy Hobbs on the other, and we are told it was quite amusing to the lookers -on. Sourerain and his party, after imposing upon Hobbs, who is a peaceable man, were bandied rather rough. On...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 December 1854

[From the National Intelligencer.] LETTER FROM MAJOR DOWNING. Letter of Instructions to President Pierce Letter of Instructions to President Pierce and Cabinet. OASTEND, Oct. 28, 1854. round here, and doing the best we can, though we haint made oat to fetch mat; ten to a head jet; bat I goes we are in a prettj fair way for it Oar team's fot grit enongh, and, byjiageE they'll sat the Ioad they hitch on to, or else somethin's got" to gire way.' Mr. Buckanan and Mr. Mason isl'a quite t nrv MAiiffn1 ihtiTt --. 1.11 A Alt 11A msynj VUUU1I - J ae V SaS WM . vuw old fogy fashion, and not always ready to come up to the scratch; but with Mr. Sickles pufrin"up on one side, and Mr. Sanders spurria on tother side, and Mr. Souley dn.vin up penina, we mase out to get a pretty good pull out of them sometimes. We're got -things so far ahead here' that Mr. Sickles and Mr. Sanders thinks I better write a despatch to yon and the-Cabinet io home ana gire you some instructions how to go on. IH tell you-...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 January 1855

ll 111! 1 9 VCy ; . PUBLISHED, BY-JAMES HARPER. . Trutband Justice. AT tl WIN ADYA1TCK Volume XX. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, JANUARY 4, 1855. Number 6. THE WRETCHED FAMILY. BY MRS. LYDIA JANE PIERSON. 'Wretched and ragged, and dirty and poor, A man sneak alaag to the rnmsellers door. Bloated and lirid, with red rheumy eyes. An object that all people ahan and despite; Abjectly trembling, he begs for a dram, Which the half sobered landlord denies with ' damn, Writhing with angnish, he turns to depart, With a curse on his lips, and despair in his heart. ' Wasted and wearr, and hungry and poor, ' A woman creeps up to the grocery door; Languid and pallid, her eyes dim with tears, Wretched and friendless, the trembler appears, Dow she imploreth with voice sadly sweet Trust m to something my children can eat. ol says the grocer, you never will pay. And the heart broken woman turns sobbing " away. - R&eged and famished, and barefoot and poor, A little boy goes to a rich neighbor's door: -Plea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 January 1855

THE JOURNAL. SDITXD AJTD FUBUfllXS vt j'AZkXBS HABPEB, X"At 91 50 in advance; 92 00 at the end of the year. ' fHTKSDAT. - '- ' - ' -.. J- . 1855 . To T8X Pttaoas or THl Jouxnal. For the past, four" years we tare sub mitted to the cold and chilling wind of adversity, A with a true christian forti tude.'. We hare encouniered and sur mounted "obstacles, in a business point of view, sufficiently stupendions to hare overwhelmed many, stronger men, and driven them to despair. ' During this period the farmer, the mechanic, the merchant, the artisan, indeed all trades and. professions, have been abundantly rewarded, while we bare stood at the ease, .""taking note of their prosperity, with no other music sounding in our ears 'than the doleful tick tick of thejtypes, that were, to convey glad tidings to all save the printer. t Our lot has been one of deepest gloom, for Where is there a man in any profession, that Is willing to sacrifice his energies, physically and mentally, for a mere sub si...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 January 1855

GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1855. Wednesday, Jan. 3, 1855. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. Floor, 7 500 Wheat . 1 250 Ou Cora, . . -. 50 O&U, -' . ' 35 Flaxseed, ' 1 00 Potatoes, 1 OOtol 85 Onion, 60 Wil Apple, ll " Peaches, . , . 1 auj Lard, keg. SM 4 Feathers, Hags, ; Ginseng, Beeswax, ' Batter, . SO 20 . 15 .10! 38UlRed Cheese, : Chickens. 1 00(81 Salt, per bushel. 501 OOlCnraMeel. 75 Bacon, Ooffee.eaek, . 5. 0. Sugar, Loaf do N O Molasses. Riee, 810 1011 5to6 1018 23 68 Y, Hyson, 5 to o Imperial, &U to I uu Gunpowder, 50 to 75 aVTBarlron. 4to0 Nails, Lard Oil, Linseed Oil, Whisker, m Beans. 5to6 eoi oo 901 00 0000 1 25 50,Whit " 1 250 00 . CINCINNATI MARKET. December 30, P. M. Flour There was a moderate mand to-day, and pricei were well sus tained. The sale comprise 120 brls t 87,60; 60doat7,65; 100 and 370 &t $7,70; and 100 at $7,75. -Hog The view of buyers and etiera were still more widely apart to .day. and we did not" hear of a sale. The for...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 January 1855

[From the Ohio State Journal.] [From the Ohio State Journal.] APPLES. 'A Joint Convention of the Agricul ural and Poosoloeical Boeietiea was ; -. :? . "- ne a at ine uaeon xian. to late mti mn. sideration the general subject of Fruit, Apple were chiefly considered. - Mr. Green, pf lha' Agricultural So-; rtpr v inn up a m K.mot rrf l :mir. .J . ....... , nan. rresiaeu. oi ids i-oinoiogicai do- cicij, ia iue vuiur, air. cBKutm, to a i Ar , ' . i" j A Iflv Iwrnr tlui HnnvantiAn list nf f hp I -v - . - - - Apples that were most worthy cf culu- i i a MAfAH at- i isi . jnnsn. ii. wilm . AS. .. . il ftgnea to discuss we nem. aev- eral kinds of Apples in we loiiowmgi. 'ltm I ob KiKBo A. I of hiVhlv. but did not hear nri. . t, R.n,.r. ..jL.i il. I - JUMIl &AA4C9I. HUH DB.H LT1 H liaritT of differing in taste and flUnr even when taken from the same bonrn rts of the State it was eulti- A n f n J j -i . .... . nuuwr uo name OI ine JJOCtor Applev Fassed by without recommen- r ?. The Eabxt Ha...

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