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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 July 1850

1 1 I ! it i i MJJ A I4 il-.-IJ.Xi- A published iy Hfah & Harper. "Truth and Justice." V -. ! ' ... Volume XV. Number 31.. GALLIPO LIS; O HI O, J ULY 4, 1850. Utti Jo lull iLll' : ; THE JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday rooming BY NASn HARPER, at the low rale of $1 75 In advance--tt 00, paid at the expiration or the year. . Any person sending in five names, accompanied with the cash, will be en titled to a copy gratuitously. ' ' Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of 1 1 per square for the first three insertionsind 25 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deduction made to yearly ad vertisers. - LAWS OF OHIO. (BY AUTHORITY.) AN ACT For the goreroment of the Ohio Lunirtie Aiy - lam, and th can of Idiots and tha I mane. . I. APPOINTING POWERS AND DEPUTIES OF OFFICERS. Sec- 1. Be it enacted by the Gen red Assembly of the State of Ohio, .That there shall be a president, and six other directors of the Ohio Luna tic Asylum; they shall be appointed by joint...

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 July 1850

ftahgementa hare been made by the citizen of Gallipolis for a general celebration. The Sunday Schools, connected with the different churches, will unite to ob serve the day in an appropriate manner. They will be addressed by J. P. Flem nio, Esq. The "Sons of Temperance" are preparing to leave for Point Plea sant, to unite with their brethren there, in observing the dav. The citizens of Cheshire (eight miles) have a union cel ebration. F. Ccsmxo, Esq., addresses them. Others, in smaller parties, will pass the day with less 'noise and confu sion. We nish all a glorious Fourth and a pleasant time. Mr. Case, of Hecking. This gentleman, at present a mem ber of the Constitutional Convention, gained some notoriety in this Con gressional district a few years since, sj a Locofoco candidate for Congress. He has, as member of the Conven tion, been quite as nnable to please a portion of his party as he was to gratify the wishes of certain of his political friends hereabouts on the occasion refe...

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 July 1850

Incidents of the Burning of the Griffith. We .collect the following - fW,m the Sandusky Mirror of the Among the saved was a Gar ttan chili, a child of some of the emigrants, only about three years . and our mtormant supposes the skiff picked him up od some float. The mlant has no father, mother, brother,' Vister, friend' or acqaain tance, or any person that knows who he is or from whence he came, amon? tha saved. . D. M. Reed, of Bellefontain, took off his coat and boots, dropped himself from the bow of the Unffith just as she struck the sand bar, and wam to the shore, near half a mile, hfnr havinff swam ten feet in h. i;r. and not knowing that he winabla of swimming one rod Ho thought to himself that if others n,AA i;m. there was no reason why he could not. He made the ef fort and succeeded beyond his expec tations.. This incident shows what nnnlness and decision will do tor man t such a time. Mr. Reed lost $112 from his vest pocket, and had the good fortune to have it picked in fl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 July 1850

LAWS OF OHIO. [Continued from 1st page.] notice thereof to the prosecuting at torney of the proper county, and re tain such lunatic in custody for such reasonable time thereafter as may be necessary for said attorney to cause a capias to issue and to be served, and no longer; and such capias may be issued upon precipe, filed by said attorney with the clerk of the court of common pleas, by virtue whereof, the said person so restored to reason, shall be again returned to the jail of the proper county, to answer to the, offence alleged against him. Sec. 50. When a person tried up on indictment for any crime or mis demeanor, shall be acquitted on the sole ground that he was insane, the fact shall be found by the jury in their'verdict, and the prisoner shall be dealt with as provided in the two following sections. Sec. 51. If the prisoner is not in needy circumstances, and the court are satisfied from the nature of the offence or otherwise, that it would be unsafe to permit the prisoner ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 July 1850

GAM 0 j. Published by Rash & Harper. : "Truth and Justice." . - fTTT". : - - . - - ..- . - - " . At 91 7 In Advance. Volume'. XV.--Number 32. GALL IP OL IS, OHIO, JULY 1 1 , 1 8 50 . Whole Number 7G0. " ' " "' ' 1 " ' f THE JOURNAL, It published every Thursday morning BY IVASSl & nAKPER, t the low rates of 1 75 in advance St 00, paid at the expiration of the year. Any person sending in five names, accompanied with the cash, will be en? titled to a copy gratuitously. . Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of 1 per square for the first three Insertions.and 25 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deduction made to yearly ad rertisers. The American Flag. When Freedom from her mountain height; Unfurled her standard to the air, She tore the azure robe of night. And set the stars of glory there. She mingled with its gorgeous dyes, The milky baldric of the skies, And striped its pure celestial white With streakings of the rooming light; Then from his mansio...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 July 1850

TIIE JOURNAL. BY NASH & HARPER, At the low price of tl 75, in advance . Q&ce in Telegraph Building, Parfertl 8-iaare. GALLIPOLIS. tHCBDDlTi JCLT II. FOR GOVERNOR. W1LTAAM JOHNSTON. of Hamilton county. ' FOR BOARD oTTcBLIC WORKS. ALEXANDER G. CONOVER, of Auglaize county. . Death of General Taylor. TJi reDort was Tuesday evening, of the demise of Gen Tatlok, President of the United States.J We attempted to ascertain the truth in regard to the matter, but could notleirn( tfct it had any foundation in fact-4t was not even stated that he was sick in consequence of which the report was discredited entirely. On Wednesday morning, however, the cad intelligence reached us in a manner perfectly reliable. He died at 35 minutes past 10 o'clock, on Tuesday j evening. The particulars, so far as the. telegraph could furnish them, will be found under the proper head. This intelligence will cast a gloom over the country, such as it has not felt since the death of Gen. Harrison. But we have n...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 July 1850

Free Democratic Convention. At meeting of the Free Democ- racT of the 12th Congressional Du rict of un0' cauea to meet WilkestJJIe, Gallia coontr, on litti Aav of June, to nominate n ean.B didate to be supported by all lovers of Freedom, lree soil, free and free men. convened at tha Uni-fcentral warsalist meetinff-housa ia Wilkes ville. at 11 o'clock. A. M and ceeded to organize bv calling W. H. B. Pare.-of Meics eoantv. to the Chair, and O. B. Chapman to act as Secretary. Mr. Page on arising to announce the meeting ready to pro-; ceed to business, addressed me con-. vention for about half an hour in a Tery . appropriate and able speech, ffirinsr a concise and correct history of the nresent Questions that are now noimt'.iKT the country. At the close of the remarks by the Chair, it was, n motion of M. G. Tuckerman, mov. A that a committee of three from each county represented, be appoin ted bv the chair to present the name of some suitable man as a candidate for nomination before the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 July 1850

THE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. The New York Tribune eontaina full particular, by the Crescent City, from which we make np the following o count; . . New placers of immense .value have been discovered, yielding mors geld than has heretofore been thought oi. - v. , - ; The Pacifi&News of the 15th says, the burnt district is already partially ie-Duiit, and stores re-opened. - The placers are all healthy, nd the miners doing well. THE NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. Bloody Doings on the North Fork. About two weeks ago, a party of Indians came stealthily upon a few miners who were sleeping after their work was over, in their tents, on the North Fork, some twenty miles above Auburn: Before the Indians gave any warning to the whites of their presence, they killed two, wounded another, and then succee . ded in making their escape. On Friday of last week, a trader, who was travelling with bis team, was surrounded by Indians, when about -fifteen miles 'above Au burn. The arrows from their bows took, eff...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 July 1850

GrALLIPOUg JOURNAL WM? Tublished by IYaah Sz Harper. Volume XV. Number 33. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 18. 1850. Whole Number 7G1. "Truth and Justice." . r " ' . lAI T5 In Ailraiirf. . THE JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday morning BY NASH & HARPER, at the low rates of 81 75 in advance rs 00, paid at the expiration of the year. Any person sending In five names, accompanied with the cash, will be en titled to a copy gratuitously. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of 9 ! per square for the first three insertions,and 25 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deduction made to yearly ad vertisers. Our Children. BY WM. D. GALAGHER. "The beautiful vanish and return not." They are stricken, darkly stricken; Faint and fainter grows each breath; And the shadows round them thicken, Of the darkness that is Death. We are with them bending o'er them And the Soul in sorrow saith, "Would that I had pass'd before them, - To the darkness that is Death!" They are sleeping,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 July 1850

THE JOURNAL. FTBtMffXD ITIIT THTKSDAT HOUTOTO, BY NASH & HARPER, At the" low price of $1 75, in advance Office in Telegraph Building, GAIjLIPOLIS. THCR801T, . juivr is. FOR GOVERNOR. WILLIAM JOHNSTON. of Hamilton county. of Hamilton county. FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, ALEXANDER G. CONOVER, of Auglaize county. Adjournment of the Convention—Ohio. Statesman. We announced last week that the Constitutional Convention had adjourned until December. By the act of adj ourn ment it is provided that the Convention. shall meet in Cincinnati, instead of Co lumbus. Concerning the propriety of the ad- journment, we shall not impugn the motives or question the correctness of the opinions of a majority of that body; but concede that they were the best judges of the act. The vote stood fifty one for adjournment to twenty nine against it The Statesman, with its accustomed disregard of truth and want of candor, charges that the adjournment is a Whig measure, which originated in a Whig caucus, for th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 July 1850

To Bring the Drowsed to Life. At this season of the year when so many fatal accidents are occurring, the following advice by Dr. Valen tine Afoti, h particularly opportune: - Immediately as the body is re mo red from the water, press the chest suddenly and forcibly down ward and backward, and instantly discontinue ' the pressure. Repeat this violent interuption until a pair o bellows can be procured. ' When they are obtained, intro duce the muzzle well upon the base of the tongue. Surround the mouth with a towel or handkerchief, and close it. Direct a bystander to press firmly upon the projecting part of the neck (Adam's apple) and use the bellows actively. Then press upon the chest to expel the air from the lungs, to imitate the natural breath ing. Continue this at least an hour, or until signs of natural breathing comes on. , Wrap the body in blankets, place it near a fire, and do everything to preserve the natural warmth, as well as impart an artificial heat, if pos sible. Everyt...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 July 1850

The Knockings. -An attempt was made in the city of New York last week, to unravel the mystery of the secret knocking Declarations having been very freely -made, that Airs. Fish and her sisters were arrant imposters, and tint il they would submit to a fair examine . ticrn they could be proven so, they accepted the gage, and a number of ladies and gentlemen, strangers to them, waited cpon them at their rooms. The gentlemen were soon requested to retire, when the ladies. four in number, were left alone with the "Knockers." An hour after wards the gentlemen were recalled, to hear the report of the examiners, the substance of which, as published in the Tribune, is. that the three sis ters had been sufficiently divested of their clothing to mane it perfectly ap parent that nothing was concealed about their persons by which they could produce the knockings, that while they were in that condition, the knocking were heard in different parts of the room. Their feet and ankles were particularl...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 July 1850

mmm ttrl JkjJLill lJij Published by IVash & Harper. "Truth and Justice." I At 81 73 irj Ad ranee. Volume XV. IVumber 34. GAL L I P OL I S , O II IK) . J UL Y 25 .1 85 0 Whole Number 762. THE JOURNAL, It published every Thursday morning BY IVASH & HARPER. at the low rates of 9i 75 in advance no. nid at the expiration - ot the i i Year, , Any person sending In five names. accompanied witn tne casa, wui ue en titled to a copy gratuitously. . Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of $1 per square for the first three iDsertions,and 25 cents per square for eacb subsequent insertion. . Liberal deduction made to yearly ad vertisers From the Baltimore Patriot. Lines on the Death of Gen. Taylor. BY GEO. W. S. NICHOLSON. Toll the bell a nation's mourning Toll the bell for glory's son, He has gone; but left his country ' All the laurels he bad won. Sing a requiem for the hero, ', Still and silent is his breath; Never yet has he surrendered -Till his summons came from Death. Weep i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 July 1850

THE ? JOURNAL. PUBLISHES ETB1T THMSDAT MORITOtG, FY If ASH & HARPER, At the low price of 1 1 75, ia advance 'Office- ia Telegraph Building, PaMle M GALLIPOLIS. . . JULY SO. 1S8 FOR GOVERNOR-fl TFiiXilf JOHNSTON. oi Hamilton county. FOR BOARD oTpCBUC WORKS. ALEXANDER G. CONOVER. of Auglaize county. The Congressional and Legislative Conventions. winwii Thx Whig Voters or Gallia Coinrrr will meet in their eeveral townships, at their usual places of holding elections, on Saturday, the 17th day of August, at 3 o'clock P. Mn to select delegates to the Con srressional convention, to be held at Pomeroy, on Wednesday, the 28th day of August. Also at the same time and place, to select delegates to the Legislative convention, to be held at Wilksville, on Saturday, the 7th of September, to nominate one candi date for the counties of Gallia, Meigs, Athens and Jackson, and one candi date for the counties of Gallia and Jackson. Tha townships of Ohio and Guyan to select one at the place of hold...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 July 1850

Important from Mexico. The Tekaunlepec Treaty Conclu ded. The New Orleans Picaynne f thelOlhinst. says - We have the unspeakable gratifi cation of announcing to our fellow citizens the intelligence that our en ergetie. and accomplished Minister to Mexico has succeeded in effec ting a treaty with that Government, similar to its provisions to that at ready made with Nicaragua where by our citizeni will be enabled to carry into effect their cherished en terprise of building a railway com munication between the two oceans, which will brine: New Orleans within twelvedays' travel of San Francis co. Mr. Letcher deserves the warm est thanks of his countrymen for the tact, energy and unwearied perseve rance which he has displayed in con ducting to a successful close this ar duous negotiation. On New Or leans he has conferred an immense benefit, and it will be her own fault if the whole current of Pacific travel, with its rich treasures, is not diver ted from its present course, and made to c...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 July 1850

Who made the Little Flower. The Atheist in his garden stood, At twilight's pec sive hour. - His little daughter by his side, ' , Wu gazing on a flower. ; M0h, pick that blossom, Pa, for me, The little prattler said, It j the fairest one that blooms Within that lowly bed." The father plucked the chosen flower, And gave it to the child With parted lips and sparkling eye, She seized the gift and smiled. 0, Pa who made this pretty flower. This little violet blue; Who gave it such a vagrant smell. And such a lively kueT" A change came o'er ibe father's brow; His eyes grew strangsly wild; New thoughts within mm bad been tirr'd By that sweet, artless child. The truth flashed on her father's mind The truth in all jts power; There is a God, my child," he said, "Hb made that little flower." Important Discovery. A most important discovery has - . . es . r a f heen made in cold rennmz BV Kicn ard S. McCulloh, now Professor of Natural Philosophy in Princeton Col lege, and late the U. S. Melter a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 August 1850

POMS U -J3s .A.Jb 1 1 Pubii.hed by Jamea narper. "Truth andJustice." At $t 30 lu Adrance. Volume XV. Number 35. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. AUGUST 1, 1850. Whole Number 763. aaa a THE JOURNAL. Ii published every Thursday morning BY JAMES HARPER, at the low rate of 9t BO in advance $t 00, paid at the expiration of the year. Any person sending in five names, accompanied with the cash, will be en titled to a copy gratuitously. Advertisements will be Inserted at the rate of 9 1 per square for the first three insertions.and 25 cents per square for each subsequent insertion. . Liberal deduction made to yearly advertisers. For the Gallipolis Journal. To Jane. "Forget thee!" how can I, the chain of that spell, ; - " Which binds thee to memory no ab sence can part; - Forget theel Oh never, each moment can tell How closely and warmly tbou'rt twined with my heart. I can never forget thee, when music is near, Some long buried song will wake in mine ear; Whose tone will bring back that fond singing of yor...

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 August 1850

THE JOURNAL. FPBLISHED EVERY THVRSDAT UOtSIXO, BY JAMES HARPER, it the low price of tl 0, in advance 05c In Telegraph Building, facuDiT, - - Arecirr a. FOB GOVERNOR. WILLIAM JOHNSTON. of Hamilton county. FOR BOARD oTrXTJUC TVORKS, ALEXANDER & CONOVER, of Aufilaize county. To the Reader. ' With the present number, the sub scriber's interest .in, and connection with, the GaUipoli Journal, ceases. In retiring from the post I have occu pied for near twelve years, I cannot suffer the occasion to pass without ex pressing my acknowledgments to my friends and the patrons of the Journal, during that period, for their constant kindness and generous liberality.' As suming the control of the Journal with moderate expectations and promises, I hare no disappointments to complain of or excuses to offer. That 1 have some times come short of my whole duty, neither riolates any promise or disap points any expectation of mine. But the past is before you the faults you have generously overlooked, a...

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 August 1850

The Late Administration. jtfumerous Treaties of Importance appear to 'have been negotiated by this Government -during the last six months, of which but little has reached the public, except on the au thority of mere rumor. With the late British Treaty, which reflects so much honor on the country, and which we Ourselves have Emphati cally denominated "the Great Trea ty," the public has been officially made acquainted. We have learnt that Treaties have also been made bv the Secretary of State with the Sandwich Islands, Vith New Grenada, villi Peru, and Mexico, ; . The Treaty with the Sandwich Islands was neeotiated with Mr. Jar- vis, the Commissioner on the part of bis Hawaiian Majesty. It has been, we understand, unanimously ap proved by the Senate, and intelli gence of "the exchange of the ratifi cations, which was to take place at Honolulu, may be soon expected in the United States. - This treaty, we understand, is not Dnly a Treaty of Commerre and Navigation, but contains a Postal...

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 August 1850

Thb Address or Rv. D- P at tho funeral of Gen. Taylor.is pub lished at length in the Washington papers. It is a very eloquent pro duction. H spoke at the opening, of the august assemblage present as type and symbol of a mourning nation." He thus beautifully alluded tc the presence of the foreign Am bassadors; . - An3 not less Imposing to me b the representation of the dignity ot other lands in peace and harmony with our own; for that presence tells me not only that there are here among us great agents for the interests of great nations, and therefore for the interest of the civilized world, but I believe they are here this day, in this place of the mourning obsequies of the honored dead; giving a tribute of not mere official reverence, but perional regret; yes! as ministers of ( this world' rulers; to whom the , peace of the world is all important, well may they regret him who, as long as he filled his great place, was a guarantee for one element in that world-wide security the ster...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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