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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1850

! .J irn f. ;n.'i J j; iLlLo ' T -3 f.i.'T:-j biiil by Jaines Ilarper.l ' : ";-'. . ''Tralh ud JMlc ' V , ' " ' " ;' ' ' ; ' At $180 la Adranc tlume ' XVI. - Number 4. GALLIPOLIS, 6 HI 6 ; D E CEMB ER 2G.1850. Whole Number 784. THE JOURNAL. Is published every Thursday morning , BY JAMES nAKPEH. Jji Telegraph BuUdingJ'ublie Square. er .; .j'. : :. Teh MS 1 copy one year, paid in advance, tl 60 t if paid within the year-: t 00 For Clobs. Four Copies. ' 5 60 SiX:.- " ' 8 00 ... Ten : 13 00 The person getting up a club of ten will be entided to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by its exer tions The cash, in these cases, must Invariably accompany the names. 1 Advertising: $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 Qim square 3 insertions, - Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, -.'. ., ' 1 year. , ' " To thoe who advertise larger a libe ral reducton will be made.- Old Friends Together. 0, time is sweet when roses meet, . " With spring's sweet breath around , them; . And sweet the cost, w...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1850

THE JOURNAL. ' fCBUSEID ITT TEV.SDAY HOXM, BY JAM ES HABft' K . I -. l rrripri of $1 BO, ft. rfvanc. pffiee "to Telegraph Building, GALliIPM . . DEC. MJ ISM. Steamboat Disasters. - -The boilers of the Steamer 'Anglo Norman exploded at N. Orleans on the 14th. From seventy to one hun dred persons are supposed to have been killed or wounded. , The boat bad made trial trip, and returned to the city. A Mr: Perry connected with the Bulletin office, was killed. Mr. Kidd, of the Crescent, and a gentleman connected with the Delta, were wounded. -Another. A dispatch received I Louisville on the 20ih, states that the.MKnoxville" when about to start' burst her boiler. ' The Knoxville was full of passengers, and it is fear ed but-few have escaped.. The "Martha Washington, laying along side, had all her upper works torn off and several ol.her crew were killed ' Still Ahotiifb. The Pittsburgh papers, of the 21st, state that one of the flues of the Fashion No. 2, on the Monongahela river, a short 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. — 26 December 1850

DEFERRED ARTICLES. '.Caiipaiqx Busoc-A petition h la circulation for signatures, asking tfc Legislature td pass an act rncor. yorating'-tha stockholder, in this fcridge with power to collect tolls. We have orossed on ;this bridge once or iwioe,4nd wo. believe it to ba decided! 'tha. hni aAa in tU j-r a- - , county, ancLdoes .much credit to the bailders, both of the stone and wood Work"; Mr. U. Evans was the con- tractor for the wood work. We have not before os the cost,- or any o the particulars relative to it. We understand that the Commissioners, after an examination of the works, expressed their satisfaction with the job generally., ' V,' : " ? .... . ,, . , !-Trnm. From what we had heap! and seen, we had concluded that this had been a great year for turnips. Our conclusion was made doubly sore the other, day," when Mr. Sam'l. Rolhgeb, brought into the rtfRr nnn of tha aforesaid roots. weighing about 81bs, which he pre sented to us as a 'specimen of the lot' he had raised this ye...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 26 December 1850

The Treasury Report—Congressional The Treasury Report—Congressional Doings. of the N. Y. Tribune. WASHINGTON, Dec. 11. The Treasury Statistic! wiJl make iht following' exhibit of the last fiscal year of imports: ' Total $173, 308,010; Gold Bullion and Specie, ' $10357,962; Silver Bullioa sad Specie, $2,852,136. Of foreign ex ports, during the fiscal jeer, the total Is: 89,477,651; Specie in Gold, $2,511,753; Specie in Silver $2,962,- 367.-'" The item of Iron exhibits in a a trong light the reason why Sir Hen- ry Bulwer suggested that any change in the glorious Tariff of '46 would be unpopular in England. , Those of Cotton and Woolen also show the vast tribute we are paying in a spirit of nnthrift to the manufacturing na tions of Europe, r '" : . Against this ISO oJd millions of imports the entire amount of domes tic exports is $136,948,912. : This is an increrse upon last year of some 3,000,000; and yet, with the large item of Cotton, which we shall not always reach, in our .favor t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1851

'.it....... . 1 n 1 ti 11 11 . 1 11. 11 1 . 11 . . v -.i- iii is tiii 1 s 1 ac: i.i: i i Published by James Harper. Truth and Jaillce," - 3 , . :. Volume XVI. Number 5. GALL IPOLIS, OHI O, XANUA R Y 2 . 185 1. ' ' ..... ; . ( ( 1"" t. A T n m I a . ... r . I THE JOURNAL, r.'-- V ' - Is published every Thursday morning BY J A WES HARPER. Jai TtUgrafk BuiIding,Pullic Square. . - Teeks: . 1 copy one year, paid in advance, 91 50 1 if paid within the year 2 00 Fok Clbb5. Four Copies, 95 SO , Six " - 8 00 Ten " 13 00 The person getting up a club of tew will be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by its exer tions. The cash, in these cases must invariably accompany the names. Advertising : One square 3 insertions, Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " " 1 year. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 To fbo'e who advertise larger a libe ral reduct on will be made. From Graham's Magazine for January. From Graham's Magazine for January. The Ladder Of St. Augustine. BY HENRY W. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1851

tlOOJOO, which Sole he com- la appropnauon oi they think will raise the walls so that the whole ol the arches of the present story may be turned, and the walls raised some twenty feet additional height, or to be top of the exterior pilasters. The report goes on to say, that at the same rate it may be possible, at (he end of a second season, to have the greater part of the building un der roof. The Cincinnati Enquirer tells of the elopement of a loving pair from that city. They took passage on the "Cincinnati," on her last trip up, ware made one in Pittsburgh in the presence of Capt. Birmingham and Mr. Sharp, and returned on the eame boat to beg forgiveness of fath er and mother. ' Gov. Wood has appointed J. W. Wilson, of Seneca county, AdjL Cen'ln Thomas Powell, of Hamilton Cd Paymaster Gen'l., H. V. Wil son, Cuyahoga, and Edwin Smith of Montgomery, aid" to the Governor. Our Representative, H. S. Bundy, Esq.. advertises in the Jackson Stan dard, that he will practice law in the coun...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1851

LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. Congressional. WASHINGTON, 30th. Skhati. Mr. Douglass presented petition from Wise, the balloon man, asking Congress -to make an ap propriation of $20,000 to enable him to make experiments with his bal loon. After debate the petition was referred to the Committee on Naval Affairs?" " Mr. Benton Introduced a bill to accelerate the sale of public lands, pay public debts, extinguish Govern ment titles to lands w'uhin the state; to grant lands to actual settlers, and ceoe refuse lands to the states in Twhicii they lie. s The -joint resolution from the House,, declaring lend warrants transCarable, was referred to the Committee on Public Lands. Hoc sb.- Mr. Caldwell, of Ky., under a suspension of the rules, in troduced a joint resolution, allow ing land warrants, under the Bounty Actjof 1850, to bo transferable prior to location Mr. Vinton opposed the resolution saying the land would then fall in to the hands of speculators. Mr. Caldwell replied...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 January 1851

A Prairie Incident. Al a place called Yellow creek, about half way between Salt Lake and the junction ot the Oregon and California roads, we were the unwil ling witnesses of an Indian mawarre. On the evening previous, we had crossed the . creek and encamped about a mile and a half beyond. Near the creek some Snake Indians, thirteen in number, had erected their wigwams. Before dark I had en deavored, but in vaiu, to trade with the chief for a pony, but "no swap" was the word through. All the while some one of the party kept ex hibiting the good qualities and speed of lhe different animals. The young squaws excelled their lords in horse manship, or horsewomanship. One young creature assumed every atti tude of the best circus rider. She would pick her whip from the ground at full speed; check her pony in his mad career as it he had been shot; wheel him at full speed by an in clination of her body; throw the lasso successfully at whatever object she pleased. She rode like the men, yet "...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1851

. v - ; ..a t - 't , .- . , : . . - 1 I . 'M .1! 1 1 . I I .11 l . 1 t I ' I I R. " I I Pi IV i I 1111 I V 1 1 - I ' -Tin at: p.hv.m Yd Ful)llshed fey James Harper. Truth and Joilice." tAt $1 30 in Adrance LVglV:VXyi,-:-- Numfcer 6. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, J AN TJ A R Y 9 . 1 8 51. . Whole-Number 786. THE JOURNAL, i published every Thursday morning THE JOURNAL, BY JAMES HARPER, In Telegraph Building, Public Square, 1 copy cue year, paid in advance, tl 50 1 " if paid within the year i 2 00 Fo ClVB&T-Four Copies, t5 60 . . - t Six " 8 00 '. ' 3 ., - Ten 13 00 ' , The person getting np a club of tei will be enticed to one copy gratis, so long as the Club continues by its exer tions. The cash, in these cases must Invariably accompany the names. , - ADTXiranrs: One square 3 insertions. Each subsequont insertion, One square 8 months,. ' . 1 year, $1 4 00 6 00 To those who advertise larger a libe ral reduct on will be made. For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. Lines to ___...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1851

THE JOURNAL. MM nnil KTE1T THB8B1T HOMHBS, BT JAMES HARPER, jtt the low price of f 1 60, In advance is Office In Telegraph Building, j 15. nun, tod. S. X. HASH Editon.' THE JOURNAL. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1851. p-An apprentice wanted at this office. Difficulty with Austria.-Mr. Webster. The President ate, by request of that body, copies of a correspondence between the Austrian Charge d' Affaire and Mr. Webster, Secretary of State." The correspon dence arose out of the appointment, by the United States, of an agent sent out to examine and report woon the condi tion and prospects of the Hungarian people during their recent struggte for independence. AH the Senators who took part in the debate, on a motion to print extra copies, spoke- of the masterly reply of Mr. Webster. Mr. Hay said: "With res pect to the general character of the pa per, and its ability, there can be no dif ference of opinion. It is marked with great ability, as every thing which em-A anates from vt soure gen...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1851

LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. From California. The Cincinnati papers, of Tuesday, contain fuller accounts from California bjr the Georgia, than our tolegraphie ac count. ,:?'- -. - Major Bigolow, of Sacramento City, was one of the victims of the cholera. Thia disease has raged with terrible ma lignity at that place, hut had almost dis appeared, and business was recovering. , The San Francisco markets were overstocked with produce and merchan dise of ererj kind. The rainy season set in in earnest November 19th. The Califorcians complain that Congress does not attend to their wants. Gold stories are favorable, new mines baring been 'discovered... The political com flexion of the Legislature is doubtful It is thought to be Democratic. The lection in Sacramento, yet to come off, change the result. ' San Francisco Market, Dec. 1. - Heavy arrivals and the late epidemic bare made business dull, and large " : o IT at less wan pnme cost. - Flour is, however, steadv, but pro visions, domestics and fu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 January 1851

CO" We .rnska room to-day for spicy letter from , Washington, enti-; tied Wkig Pencillingt at the Cap' fcaiV grumbling about the dispensa tion of Executive patronage, the re teatton of so many Locofocos in of fice, &c We know the writer to be well informed, and readily , ac cord him a hearing,' only wishing it distinctly understood that toe do not in his Borrows. N. Y., Tribune. Whig Pencillings at the Capitol—No. 1. WASHINGTON, Sunday, Dec. 23. To the Editors of the Tribune. Through' the medium of your in dependent and widely circulating pa per 1 ask permission, as a Whig sub Hrn who has done tome service for eighteen years past in the Whig mIim. to tell to the public some tome-truths relative to the line of nolicv. in certain matters of remo vals and appointments, of the pres ent Whig Administration. I will "nothing extenuate nor set down ought in malice." It will be more in sorrow than in anger that I will cive mv home-truths and make my strictures. What I write shall be reli...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1851

GALMPOMS JOIffi ' t r?l Uo A "IT n - - ' : i V .; Pnblished bf James narper. "Tru th and Ju.lice." At $1 30 In Adsaiice Volume XVI. Number 7. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JANUARY 16, 1851. T Whole Number 787. THE JOURNAL, la published every Thursday morning ; BY JA1TIES nABPEB. In Telegraph BUdig,FMic Square. 1 copy one year, paid In advance, 8 1 60 1 if paid within the year t 00 Fob Clvbx Four Copies, $5 60 Six " 8 00 Ten " 13 00 - The person getting up a club of rvx will be entided to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by its exer tion. The cash, in these cases must InTariably accompany the names. Advertising: $1 One square 3 Insertions, Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, . ; 1 year. ' To th j-e who advertise larger a libe ral reduct on will be made. 00 25 4 00 6 00 From the Indiana State Sentinel. From the Indiana State Sentinel. Song. Oh sing those songs again, to-night The songs of other years! - They bring again some past delight, In "sunshine and in tears!" They...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1851

THE JOURNAL. 1 WtflWHBD BVlW THTSSDAT WIH1M, BY AMES HARPER, Jtt the low price of 1 1 50, In adTance Office In Telegraph Building, j as. Horn, and a. a. hash' Editors. GALLIPOMS. T0FUB1T, g-An apprentice wanted at thi'i office- (J-For latest news see telegraph eolamn. ftJ-See the professional rd of Dr. J. Sanks. ' (fr-See Wo. H. L-agley's notice to debtors. For a -uperior article of Paste Blacking cafl at the book store, imme diately under this office. Repeal—The Twelve. The twelve members of the stitutional Convention who voted with the Whigs on the 'repeal' ques tion, as we have before stated, are receiving the particolar respects of those papers through the State that t thu extreme doctrine of t modern Locofocoism. And for what are these men charged with apostacy and corruption! The difficulty arose cn the question whether the Legisla- ture sfiouia'teaTrJCrwer-SP all acts of incorporation heretofore granted, without compensating the corporators for the damages they may suffer the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1851

Tragedy in Memphis. Lthcbiko. We copy the following from the Memphis Eagle o! last Fri day week: On Wednesday evening our comma nit was eonrulsed by one of those Tiolent excitements, before which cus tomary barriers t?ive way. A horrible murder was followed by a summary and terrible punishment. The details of the tragedy, as accurately as we can certain, are these. '.About o'clock P. M., of Wednesday, a negro, accompanied by a white man, called at the Mayor's office. The ob ject of the negro was to hare a paper which purported to be a certificate of his freedom from the county clerk of Lincoln county, countersigned by" the Mayor and Recorder, in order that he night travel on the river. Recorder Chester at onee discovered. the certifi cate was forged, and descended into the street to have the negro arrested; he called up Messrs. Poston, Waldran, and F rater, the latter of whom made tome remarks to the negro relative to his conduct; and Mr. Chester went in search of a police officer t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 January 1851

The Dispensation of Executive Patronage The Dispensation of Executive Patronage at Washington. of the N. Y. Tribune. WASHINGTON, Dec. 28. Messis Editos: In your paper of yesterday, I notice a lengthy common! eafion aicned "Honestus" which does so great injustice to the President and Bis Cabinet, touching the delicate ques tion of Removals and appointments to aubordinatn places in this city, that to remain silent would be censurable in Ihe extreme. The proposition that every Clerk in the Departments in Washington who differs with the Ad ministration politically, should be re moved, is so abhorrerit to every princi ule of justice, and repugnant to every profession of the Whig party, that it carries with it its own reiuiauon. The roost that has ever been claimed or asked 1 I J I auk A ta- that the new political driveler who devotes his time to politics instead of the duties of his office, should be r moved, but that Jhe competent and at' ten tiro should be retained. "Honestus" says, -h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1851

. ;,a.,i,?,ur , ;.. ,. , :, . vn : ir.TfTrv-Tl.'' H II irst.1 11 -v v u-1 n-yrx-i 1 - a h- -. "fn T'-'X VIS'S e :--.?- " -1 'L All Yfl - , , , U-A , A t $ I 50 lu A d ra II CC ' ' . '-I'M ! 0 '...'7 Published by James Harper. MTrnth and Jot s i c e . : 1-3 rr- 'J r r ' ' .-- . .t i a ,r. :! ! Volume XVI. Number: 8. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, J A N UARY 23 , 185 1; , . THE JOURNAL, I published every Thursday morning cnT JAI9ES nARPEB. I Telegraph Building, Public Square, f copy one year, paid in advance, 81 50 i - if paid within the year 2 00 Tom. Civbs. Four Copies, $5 50 . Six " 8 00 , : ; Ten " 13 00 . The person getting up a club of tew will be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by its exer tions, -The cash, in these cases must Invariably accompany the names. ' Adveetisihg: One square 3 insertions. Bach subsequent insertion, One square 6 m onths, " ' 1 year. $1 . To thoe who advertise larger a libe ral reduct on will be made. "Before my Hair was Gray." BY PARK B...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1851

THE JOURNAL. fnumt srnr wwmt wourato, BY JAMES HARPER, At ths low price of 1 50, in advance Office in Telegraph Building, J as. Hum, I. A.. JfASH and Editors. GALMPOLIS. J AH. . S9i. fcAn apprentice ranted at this office. g-Sea new advertisements. The outlines of the new Postac Biu. will be found under the Con gressioiial heed. - . CrFor late new see telegraphic lead. CrWe cut the following from the Louisville Journal. The Maysville people hare become thoroughly awake to the importance of a Railroad connex ion with the South and West by way of Lexington, and with the East by means f the Vinrinia Central road. It is their wish mat this road should strike the Ohio as low down as possible, so as to secure its connexion with Cincinnati by way of Lexington instead of Chillicothe. Bead what they are doing: The city council of MaysviHe hare mt rmolntions recommending to the Gore rn or of Kentucky, Thomas B. as a commissioner or agent, oa behalf of the State, to visK the cities of Washingto...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1851

LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. Congressional. Sat! Mr. Claj introduced reflation inquiring into tbe expediency-of adopting more effectual provisions for preventing American Tessela and seamen from engaging in the African slave trade. Laid over. The Cheap Postage bill wj recei. Ted from the House and referred. , The consideration of the French Spoliation bill was resumed. ' Mr. Hunter opposed the bill in speech of two hours. Adjourned. -.House. A resolution was aaopiea that the 2d Tuesday of Februarj, h AvMrA tn the consideration of intrta the District of Columbia. Mr. McClernans asked but did not obtain leave to introduce a resolution calling on the President for informa tion in relation to the conduct of the British, in regard to Nicaragua and tbe disturbances in Central America. The House then took up the bill to insure the prompt execution of the bounty land bill, and atter some debate, adjourned. LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. Congressional. Ohio Legislature. COLUMBUS, Jan. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 January 1851

The Stolen Kim. - dear 'Ned. did yon ever r- - . .. i " ; i ungarded moment when she was to tally unconcious of the close prox imity of ber lips to your own, until the treasure was pilfered and past redemption? . - , li so, then listen to me, and I will rire you an account of a bit of fun kv that line, which I perpetrated incut fen years since, when i was at the mature tze of fourteen. - At the district school where I attended, there was a little blonde, crass mate of mine, whose roguish eye and dimpled cheek played the mischier with my studies, and I believe I was not behind in drawing her attention from her books,' and the teacher said We most move our seats to prevent our seeing each other, whiie at our studies. 1 - Every day after school was dis missed, I gallanted Kate R to her home; and when there was spow apon the ground, I always re sisted on ber taking a seat on my sled, while I. proud.of my load of loveliness, would draw her up the steep bill to her home. The other boys en...

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