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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 February 1855

'- -"-' "-we i v-i-45 i-ws ....'Vr: JJe fcafca8-J-Tl l4 O 191 ' ffi;t . if.. i a. if y ; ;;i V ,7 f .'l i C- .1. - .C-i ; mmmm ..i - : .-. .. ). ' -'A W' " I- r - r a - ' A. .. Ill Ml mm If l I SI I t . - ' -; i -.-- j . r! - ; PQBIJSHJipB Y JtiMES HARPEB. f ; i - - ' r- ; 1 : "Trnth Justice,'' t : A n - ' .' , ; -. ' TAT 41. 6Q IN ADYAIiCZ VoIumey'Xr:?.;:; - :y y- '-y y: GALLI POLLS, O H 10; ;: FEBRUA RY 15 f 1 8 5 5 , . , i . . , : - ; JVumber4 12. A BENEDICT'S APPEAL TO A BACHELOR. A BENEDICT'S APPEAL TO A BACHELOR. BY JOHN G SAKE. Dear iCarl, bepmoadtdtowed, for eooible fellov Uk yoa, . It' higii time to think of a bed, -And muffins, and coffire for two! ', So hare done with your doubt and delaying, " With a aoal ao adapted to minjrie, . Bio wonder the neigh bon are sayinr, , . 'Tig singular he should be ainelel s single! Dit aT that you harn't got time, - ,' ' That buaineu demands jour attention, ' There' not the least reason nor rhyme , ' In "the wisest excuse you can mention,...

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 February 1855

THE JOURNAL. SOITX& AE rCltlSBID T . 7AUS8 BASPSB, t"At 81 60, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, feb. is. lssi STV have received the following article fen the New Translation, which we publish. with obm remarks ia reply; - - [For the Gallipolis Journal.] Ma. Eorroa: The Bible Union, organized for the circulation of the Bible in this and for eign lands, has been engaged for some years ia the revision of the English Scriptures. The . part of the ITew Testament which has been printed for the examination of scholars, has i,i i : r i . . leceiveu ut Buoiusuun oi anunguianeo men of different denominations in this countrv and . in Europe. The Books issued or now in press are the following: The gospels by Matthew and John, the second epistle of Peter, the Epistles of John and Jade, and the Book- of Jte relations. I ha society has reeeired from revisers manuscript copies of all Books of the . Kew Testament; still the work is not done, lien of eight different denominations are now engaged ...

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 February 1855

SPORTSMEN, GIVE EAR TO Another : Call! ' ' Then will be anoth- -pt Circular Fox EI ant . v.TT-tinAY FRBRVARY Zllk 1855 Vi ;0A 7- -r The boundary lines are to be m fol lows: Commencing at . Gardner's, on -Crenjei's farm, thenoe down to A. Las iej'$ upper bridge, thence on the town ship road to Graham's school house, thence to John. Graham's house, thence on the Neighborhood road to. R. Saf ford. Jr.'s back field, thence on the said road to the comer of Cretuet's field on .said road, thence easterly to the place of beginning. - The time of starting each line will be made known by the marshals. It is re- quested that all will be on the Enes by nine o'clock, so that they can be formed and ready to start at the word of com mand. No dogs will be admitted but founds, and they are to be led until ordered to be let loose. No one, wheth er on foot or horseback, will be allowed to enter the ring; fire arms will not be allowed on the ground. A general invitation is given to all lovers of sport,...

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 February 1855

z j&TRead?, if you take a paper yT elfw entreat joutoalvow this pjece t ywrr Iffighks Iflid floes not: t NOVEL MODE OF PAYING THE PRINTER. ,TER-r . I once had the pkassre f listening to a colloquy between an editor and a farmer, which struck B as" being de cidedly novel tad ' unique? For ' the benefit of those who 'o t affosd w nav the winter.! conceive its relation r j . . . . - not to be inappropriate, and it M lorj . those it is written. . Early in the Spring of 1 8. I casual ly happened, op In the office of my friend C7, whWl found earnestly en gacedin a spirited conversation with former B- . Jnst as I entered the office, the farmer,! with, very vehement gesticu-' lations, flinging his arms mid air, then Jbwerinf them as if -te pump out his words, said, in the conclusion of a sen tence, in. answer to an interrogation xf the editoi', 'ConH afford uV sir j . should Kfco te take: your paper, sir; hut can't aard it, country is new, and expenses high i must proride for my family ...

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 February 1855

r t I g2 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice, AT ADVANCE . Volume XX. GAL LI POL IS , OJI IO, FEBR U All Y 22, 1 83 5 ; i Number 13.. 1 [For the Gallipolis Journal.] ONWARD AND UPWARD. " Onward, upward! never faulter, " Till yon eminence is gained, s Thine shall be the brightest laurel - Genius ever jet attained. i Onward, upward! never faulter, ' - See thy star shines bright above; ' iThen thoo hast climbed the mount of glory - Thoo shalt reap undying lore. '"Onward, Upward! never faulter,' Men must know thee as thoa art, 'And thy name be bright in story As thine image in my heart. Onward, upward! never faulter, - . Till thou hast reach'd the far off goal, - Then for thee I will awaken All the worship of my souL IDA LIVINGSTON. COAL'S MOUTH, June 4th, 1854. UPWARD, TOWARDS HEAVEN. "Take Cardinal Wolsoy's advice to "Crom well: rung away ambiucn. - Gone, the last fetter from my mind, ' I give ambition to the wind; ' I view its thraldom in disdain. My soul shall never bow ag...

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 February 1855

THE JOURNAL. lpT-nH roiwin n 'JAXES SAB Jtv"At 91 S9", inTariaMj in adraiioe. THE JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. .Thursday, - FEB. 22,1855 " Pcbuo Ppkps. For se wa5oonth past the pumps ow, the Pnblie Sqnai (are been sadly but of repair, and some of our old fogyMtJf have actually allowed themselves toVfcifer, for water to order to disfconunode the public.-r While there is not another town in the ' Union bat pride is takes to provide wa ter for the benefit of its citizens, the wise trustees $fGalHpolis, whose duty it is to keep tbe pumps in repair, bare taken equal pride to withhold the eool and sparkling from ours. They bare squandered the people's money in "use less improvements about the wharf, bat when requested to expend a small sum t the real benefit of the citizens ur town, and provide against any acei dent by fire, they turn a deaf ear to all entreaty. Our town has be'en left un protected by these wise fathers until winter is nearly orer, and the danger iy fire thereby lessened, and we ...

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 February 1855

CaAiroasna Its. The steamer ITorth Star arrived in New York on the afternoon of the 8th, with 200 passen gers, and 1,229,209 in specie. The Panama Railroad is finished and trips are now made from ocean to ocean in four hours.' This is a most important incident in the history of the world's progress. . Tbe Senatorial election was to take " place on the 17th of Jan. The candi dates were Senator . Gwin and Mr. Broderick, Locofacos, and P. L.' Ed monds, Whig. Result doubtful. The Steamer Southerner, bound from 6an Francisco to Oregon, was lost six miles from Cape Flattery. The pas sengers and crew were sared. Gold washing was going on briskly. Snow had fallen in some parts of the State two and three feet deep, and the weather was intensely cold. The Legislature had "refused to pay ' for the services of a Chaplain, but had invited all the clergymen oi oan run eisco, including the Mormon priests, to take turns in the service. The preachers refused to pray without pay, and so the proceedin...

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 February 1855

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. Englis Cabinet Breaking—Sevastopol not Taken—[...] taking Courage. NEW YORK, Feb. 9. The Atlantis reached her dock aboat fOJ cloek.ilh Liverpool dates of the evening 01 the 27th. She arrived eut on the morning1 of the Sid. ' She fcrinOT 58 passengers. A '.:' The steamship Great Britain arrived lAI Li verpool with 350,000 sterling in . gold-. : ----- "I - ' Her dates hare been anticipated; the emef interest of the news centres m fte proceedings of the British Parlia ment,' in which the government' has keen denounced severely . Lord John Russell has resigned his . seat in the Cabinqf, and a breaking up in the ministry is talked of. " Vienna Peace Conference will not meet tile the middle of February, Sevastopol dates 'are to the 14th; nothing of moment hadvjccurred. " The Russians had made two sorties; bat were repulsed with considerable loss. : The weather had been cold, bat at the latest datesit was milder. Con siderable reinforcements were 'reaching the alli...

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 March 1855

"hi - i i E Jv -w ii' Jl' IP, - i i uUI PUBLISHED BY JAME3 HARPER. . . "Truth and Justice." AT tl BO IS ADVANCE Volume XX. . GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, M ARCH 1. 1855 Number 14. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] ELEANOR AND I. BY MARY A. REEVES. JieTTj was the springtime, garlanded with nowers, Tripping mossy slippered through the woo d- xana Dowers, Singing like a syren under all the trees, Dancing with the sunbeams, flirting with the , breeze; - Merry was the prattle of the silver rills, Banning idle races down the sonny hills; Merry was the warble of the happy bird, - As the orchard blossoms with his wings ha surrea. . Merry was the singing borne upon the breeze, - O'er the field of clover, through the walnut Merry was the laughter ringing through the bst, When we went a Maying, Eleanor and I. Very happy hearted, very gay were we, Light and nimble footed, O! so wild and free; Plucking fairy blossoms on the breezy hills. In thr grassy valleys, by the meadow rills; Rosy-striped clatonias, white...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 March 1855

THE JOURNAL. itaHS HABPSB, Ati olt, iDTrtDiy in advance. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY,--MAR 1, 1855. . Death or Charles C. Shepard. .It become our painful dutj to record lha Aexth nt nnitLti C. ShXFARD, the youth that was accidentally shot in the bead some months since, lie died on Thursday last, 22d ult., from the effects of that shot, sfter lingering one hundred and ten days, suffering daily more than it would seem possible for any human being to suffer and lire; but he bore all with patience that would have done credit to one of riper years. He was an affectionate and obedient son, and in every way worthy of the high esteem which was lavished on him by all who knew him. We deeply sympathize with the relatives for the loss of one who had drawn around him the strongest chords of earthly affection. He was in the 14th year of his age. , This is indeed a lesson to the youths of our town, and also to parents not to suffer their children the use of firearms. , , ; - .:yWe have not examined Fahr...

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 March 1855

Good Mxdichh. Long-continued and sys tematic puffing vQl succeed in bringing any worthless nostrum Wore the public bat, lacking merit, it cannot long retain the posi tion it .or a while assumed. We desire mere ly to make Staslix's Asooths Cbbut Ex RoroaaST known, to the public, feeling confi dent that so good a medicine, which hat been endorsed by some of the brightest ornaments of the medical faculty, will realise its own popularity, and one which will be as lasting as the good effects its use is constantly produ cing. This excellent medicine is very efficient in coughs, colds, bronchitis, and other disea ses of the lungs and throat. It has been pro ductive of beneficial results in a great num ber of eases, in different parts of the country; and physicians of the highest standing are in the habit of using that and Stablkb's Dias kbcza Cobdux. in their practice. See descrip tire pamphlets, to be had gratis of the agents Priceof each, only 50 cent! per bottle, or aix bottles for $2 5...

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 March 1855

[From Life Illustrated.] Hints For Husbands. There is an article afloat in the papers 'entitled 'Golden Rules for Wives,' which enjoins upon the ladies a rathe' abject submission to their husband's will and whims. Iron rules, not golden ones, we should call them." But the art f living together in harmony is a very difficult art; and, instead of confuting the positions of the author of the Rules aforesaid, we offer the following, as the substance of what a wife likes in a hus band. Fidelity is her heart's first and most just demand. The act of infidelity's true wife cannot forgive it rudely breaks the tie that bound her heart to his, and that tie can never more exist. The first place in her husband's affec tions no true wife can learn to do with' out. "When she loses that, she has lost her husband; she is a widew; and has to endure the pangs of bereavement in tensified by the presence of what she no longer possesses. There is a living mummy in the house, reminding her of her loss in ...

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 March 1855

fjiT iV TsJTFT i!fiT ft I f y (I I 1 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. ' "Truth and Justice." . ; - AT f I 0 IJJ" ADVANCX Volume XX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MARCH 8, 1855. ' - Number 15. THE MANIAC GIRL. BY HELEN L. BOSWICK. Beside a brook where willows bent, Like weepinjf listeners down to hear, A maniac girl her sad lament Poured out npon my pitying ear. "Sad stranger, is thy grief the samef A bridal with a bn"ie forlorn? A bridal when no bridegroom came? T was thus it charmed my wedding morn. That morn, the April sunshine smiled; Unwonted seemed the glad, clear light; For March bad been a gloomy child, ' And Sdllea wept by day and night. The Tillage youths and maidens gay, A merry group, came down the Tale; He walked with them the public waT, Till near the bridge they tell the tale, "Bat no alas! love's luckless haste! A shorter path my Henry took, Here, where m summer, careless placed, A foot-way spanned the swollen brook, Xone but these willows marked him try The plank, made slippery by the...

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 March 1855

THE JOURNAL. . - EDITED AID jnmmttbXD BY " j a aa a a"n a a p s n , JS-At! 60, ioruiablj in advance, GAXLirOLlS. ttLUKBDAT - -. MAB. 8, lB55eaB w &-U always has seemed -range ..unir admission r -"-' - -o i into respectable. ., earning to png . T.:. I an far ilaimfle thMr Ml- . nug.,. r-- . u, gS- - --" ' ' anma MffiMi imnAii firm' Af frmtt iiom. I -r ' ' Jna Jthat a large proportion of, the press in - the West is either controlled by persons : who were loo lazy to acquire a living at their, legitimate" calling, and asjv what Haw arn rsrvxcASl "V K ii v nalr-neiTcrad lnnrnPTmpn tinnfira I J j x- ' I journeymen printers, who coal J not maintain a situation in a respectable printing office; it is not so strange after all. Just such minds could sell themselves into the support - of satan himself, and glory in the con temptibflity of the act. ' We have sev eral just such concerns in view at this lim, Tint nnnp of f.Tipm cinlr ititn rninli utter insignificance as does the .c. aA : , '...

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 March 1855

"A HrwDUK Ykam 0u." De parted this lift, on the 11th of Februa ry, 1855, at the residence of hie daugh ter, (Mrs. Lydia Larsh, in Dixon Tp., Preble county. O.,) David TacAx.Sen., at 6 l.. h'rFebrU!lrT 19. 1755. in Morn, county, New Jersey. At the age of 14 years, his parents moved to Loudon county, Va., where he continued to re side till the close of the War of the Revolution, and in which he served his oppressed country in the "tented fields and battle's storm." Thence he emi- grated to Washington county, Penn.- a - . . . , -it1 As-aln in 1792 he penetrated the wilds of the West and located first in Fayette and then in Adair county, Kentucky, where he remained until the year 1809, , . i j . i - T: i when he removed to what is now Dixon ' Township, (then not organized) in this , connfv. where he "Ditched his tent" for the residue of his long and eventful life. When the War of 1812 broke out be avaa "anvinna nil willinfr" Sjrsjn to do rt o service in the defense of bis own and his ne...

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 March 1855

- Ban Not Oovnntiimio. A cir cular has been addressed to the various , battling house of the Union, of which , the substance is,' that bank notes which are printed with black ink, and onlj on OM aide, may be copied with accuracy ' by the photographic process, but it is impossible to counterfeit a note printed on both sides, and in radons colors. - Photographic paper can be impressed on one side only at one operation, and -lany attempt to impress the reverse side ubsequently, would destroy u Here is the ocular: EXCHANGE, New York, February, 1855. Sib: . We beg to call your at tention to the fact that copies of bank notes hare recently been made, both in this "city and in -Cincinnati, by the "photographic process, and with very considerable accuracy. By this pro cess, the entire note, signature, and pri vate marks are copied, with this excep tion, viz: the red denomination printed on the face, or on the back of the notes, cannot be copied in color; i. e., it will appear black. Conside...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 March 1855

4 T I E I J&'.. PUBLISHED BY JAMES HAEPER. " ."Truth and Justice." . : . at tl 60 IS ADVANCE Volume XX. ; . . . GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MARCH 15, 1855. : - Number 1C. [From the San Francisco Wide West.] LINES composed on tie deat h of a little girl and sang at fcer banal bj her school-mates. - Aa "itZZy Dofc." the hoar sunset ' Closed the weary flowers, 'And the birds' sweet somrs were o'er Plaee a wreath, she said, Bound my quiet head. Though I sever may see it more. , . ' Oh! mother, sweet mother, ' Mother, ever dear. Let the bright blossoms wither '. With my little silent heart. For I loved them so tenderly here. When I lie hid By the coffin lid, . A mourner's dress yon most wear. For its hoes will tell ' That yon loved me well. Though I'm silently slumbering there. Ohl mother, sweet mother. Mother, ever dear, Let the bright blossoms wither With my little heart. For I loved them so tenderly here. And though now her breath ' Has crown still in death, Let her words eome fresh and dea...

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 March 1855

THE JOURNAL. IDITID AJTD PtTBUBBSD T JTASSBS HABPEBr 7 At I 80r inrarfebly in advance. THE JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. . Thursday, . - JIAE. 15.1855 " We feel enlisted in the cause of j - improvements, and wish every citisen f GaffipoBs to take the same interest . ire do in the matter of fencing tne i"uo- fco Square and repairing the public fump. By the late decision of the Sa preroe Court, we hare the right, and the time has come for Oallipolis to rank .among the business places that border , the beautiful Ohio, and for one ire are in favor of patting the "ball in motion" that wQl redound to the future benefit of our town, and forever shut the mouths of a certain class of old croakers who hare been a draw-back to its pros peritr and growth. The main cause of the opposition of this class can be plain 1 traced to selfish motives alone, and their influence is circumscribed. The 'largest man (gross) in a community does not always possess superior intel lect to the smallest, and is frequently ...

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 March 1855

Wa PixASAlrf riXs. The Sevastopol , feorresnondentof the Timet writes Jan- r nary 31: . . To-day a spy walked through tome of our trenches,, eounwja me guns, ana made whatever obsenrations he pleased besides, in addition to information ac quired from me men wun wnom ne con versed. He was closely shaven, and wore a blue frock coat buttoned up to the chin, and he stopped for some tune to look at Mr. Murdoek, of the Sanspa reil, "bouncing" the guns, or putting new vents into them. Some said he was like Frenchman, others that he "looked like a doctor." 'No one sus pected that he was a Russian till he suddenly bolted away down the front of the battery towards tne Kussian pickets, under a sharp fire of musketry, through whkh he had the singular good luck to escape unscathed. ' Strict orders have been issued, in con sequence of this faring act, to admit no one into the trenches or works without a written permission from the proper authorities, and that all persons found loitering about tLe...

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 March 1855

Nobijsvtli. Amxa-d.Fuh Eundrtd ', Dollar Worth cf Liquor DttroyL . Oar liUle neighbor, Nobleaville, up - north, eems determined to lead the Btate-ia devotion to temperance: and hoc tility to the liquor; traffic ; Only a few flays ago we reootded its stinging rer die is the ease of a Equor-aeller who bad made a decent man a drunkard. tad now We are called upon to relate an not if possible more creditable to item. The story as told us by a respectable gentleman of that plaee runs vim, . An , Irishman., whose name or in formant did not know, got beastly drank on Tuesday, a bitter cold - day, and, in order to raise money to buy the Eonor, pawned a portion of his clothes. To ' ward evening he started for borne, bnt, leing overcome by liquor and the cold, -he stopped and tried to crawl into a de serted house, a short distance from the town, to eleen. He froze to death, and soma time ihe next day his body was discovered and brought to town and de posited in the court-house. A 'good deal of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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