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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 January 1851

In T TB-r,:T .aAiliJUa. mil. BH'-iim ; V lii-.r't-j' ' '' . III ,"-' .?.(; ''.jt .7 '. : ! ' . f. ,-.-r v tatsttT Tl"l C3:.-:.:at ''v? . II ' '! f " "T ' ' T V T Pablished by James liar per. "Trnth and Justice.)' (At $1.36 In, Adduce Volume XVL Number 9. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JANUARY 30, 1851. WhoIejNumber 789. -:THE JOURNAL, ..... - .,. Is published every Thursday morning BT JADES nARPEB. , 1 Telegraph BuOditig.Puhlie Square, ,.f.. ! ! ' ; ' ' 1 copy one year, paid in advance, 91 60 i . ' if. paid within the year 2 00 Fo Clbbs. Four Copies, '' Z5 50 -' Six " ' 8 00 ' 'Ten . " 13 00 The person getting up a club of tec 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. j i-, Adtkhtmiho: One square 3 insertions, Each subsequont insertion, One square 6 months, -a . i year. - !l 00 4 00 6 00 v To thoe who advertise larger a libe ral redact on will be made. . My Old Coat. Translated from Beranger...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 January 1851

THE JOURNAL. VBUStfED Kllf TSVKSSAT KOKltnfS, BY JAMES HARPER, ULt the low price of tl 50, tn advance OSes in Telegraph Building, IAS. HAKPEZ, and I. A. JfASH 1 Editors. GALLIPOLIS. rsrvDiT, - - . jajt. i4i. Times of Holding Court in this Circuit. ; Scioto county. February 10th, MJ 19th. Sept. 1st- . Piis county February 17in, May 19tb, September 1 5th. ': Xwce county March 10th, May 29th. September 22d. Gmllia com?. March 24th, Jane 12th, October 6th. - Jackson evalv. April th, Jane J8th, October JOth. : H. S- Getea, Whig, was elected U. & Senator from Missouri, for six years the 4th of March next, in place of inton, whose term then expires. The anti-Benton Democrats seem to hare voted for Geyer, The Tote stood Geyer 80; Benton 55; Strongfellow 18. Mr. Geyer, the successful candidate, has lone been one of the leading Whigs of Missouri, and a prominent member of the St. Louis bar. ' Massachusetts. There seems to be difficulty in the election of a Senator in -this Slate. Chas. Su...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 January 1851

LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. 0j FOJI AVaJBLIHJTOII.--Wt BOtiCB nothing of importance la the pro ceedinrs of either House on Monday. The House were engaged on the bill to supply the deficiency in the appro priations for the present year. Legislatcre Eixcno.ts. In the Senate a resolution was passed to go into the election of Senator, Auditor, Judges, -dee.-, on the 30th. The Fu gitive Slave law was then discussed. Hovsc Was not in session. .CirTbe i Constitutional Convention took up the report on Banking, &c-, on Monday moraine. The amendment of Mr. Case, referring the subject to the people was under immediate conside ration. . Messrs. Eeemelin, Sawyer, Hawkins, Case, Archbold and Dorsey apoke. - ' The citizens of Wheeling have voted bj it large majority to subscribe f 250-, 000 to the Central Ohio railroad. - fjO" Barnum writes that Jenny Lind will be in Cincinnati between the 1st and 10th of March. Firb in PrrrsBURcn. The bridge over the Allegheny river in . the 5th ward was totally de...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 January 1851

From Noah's Sunday Times. From Noah's Sunday Times. An Interesting Incident of the last War with England. The American are "probably the most remarkable people on earth for nroroDtness and preparation for war after it exists. A valuable corps of 200,000 men, armed, equipped, and disciplined, can be ready or the held in thirty days after war is declared, and so it may be said of ships of war. We will state one (act illustrative of this position. During the war with England, and while stationed on the Barbary coast, we were surprised .one day, while exploring the ruins of Carthage, to see a sharp clipper-built schooner under full sail, with the American flag floating to a brisk breeze, doubling Cape Con, and ma king direct for the Bay. Wo rode " down to the fortress of Goletta, or dered a launch to be made ready, and found ourself alongside the schooner just as she had cast anchor. : "Where are you from, sirf ' ' "From Boston," replied the cap tain, a smart dashing-looking young' fell...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1851

.!' '".I, wilf.. V "iit"' A ...TT TT " IT -"TFV TT i -"' - '- f , 831, t; ;:; :; ,,T M.zjttjoi :-iht ... . : 1 if J.' ft Sfffi'118"''' TAtTSf ItVJ f-v;.uJ1 ,:t ... ..-! -r.: ' .'ini . u y, n i v - " - " ' ' , ..... ..,., i. .... ; Published by Jauies Harper, "Truth and Justice. ?Al $1 30 la Advance .. . "i : Volume XVL- - Number 10. G A LL I P O L I S , O H I O, F E BR TJ A R Y Gi l 851. I Whole ;Numbei- 790. i THE JOURNAL. - I published every Thursday morning ; IY JTAIHES nARPEK. In Telegraph BuUding,PlHe Square. .j::n.ti-'J - - . ; Teems .; . : I copy one year, paid In advance, 9i 60 t .-.. f paid within the year f 00 Fok Clbb.v Four Copies. $5 50 .ir . .Six 44 8 00 ... . : : . Ten 13 00 .' The person getting up a club of teh will be entided to one copy gratia, o long as the club continues by its exer tions. The cash, in these cases must fnrarlably accompany the names. , j p - Adteitisihg: One square 3 insertions. Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, $1 a on 6 00 00 15 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1851

THE JOURNAL. ttKLtom BTMT TEfESDAT KOEHDia, BY AMES HARPER, jU the low price of tl CO, In advance . Office. In .Telegraph Building, PakNc Move. f. A. EASH ) GALI.IPOLIS. Locofocoism in Butler County The hard, "unconditional repeal ers " are greatly alarmed at the pros pects of the re-election of Judge Vance in Butler county.' "Sausage Sawyer" and a Locofoco mad cap, Ramsey by name, both members of the Contention;" left their places and went up to Hamilton to ' persuade (he people not to return the Judge, In addition to this interference on the part of the Loco members of the Contention, the Hamilton Intelligen cer says the radicals of Cincinnati hate sent up large sums of money io be used in defeating Vance. Pol hies : make strange bed-fellows. Vance was elected by the full Loco foco rote of his conuty a member of the Contention he was their can didate for Congress last fall and re ceived their undivided tote but presto change, it is now the dearest rtsh of these consistent (!) part...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1851

Correspondence of the N. Y. Tribune. of Bennett—Remains Walter Colton—I. O. O. F. PHILADELPHIA, Sunday, Jan. 26. friends of Stephen Bennett, the fugitive slave, arrested in Co lombia, Penn., on, Thursday, yester day paid $700 to Mr. Gallup, the claimant, in consideration - of his manumitting him.-, This was formal ly done in ihe United States' Mar shal's office and Stephen was . set at liberty,' j jThe greater part of the purchasemonej was collected' in Columbia. . The remains of Rev. Walter Col ton' were yesterday ; temporarily deposited in "Ronaldson's Cemetery. They will finally be placed in Lau- rel Hitl Cemeterv. The cause of Mr, Cohort, death was disease coa Iracbsd while residing in California. On the night that the remains oi Stephen Girard were disinterred and conveyed to the undertakers rest dence, previous to being deposited In Girard College, a curious circum stance occurred. The coffin was to be opened in the presence of several persons. As they were about remo ving the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 February 1851

The Despair of a Disappointed Lover—A The Despair of a Disappointed Lover—A Sad Scene in a Telegraph Office. TW niejvebnof Pfeindealer Tor lushes Ihe following account oi piu-W-j;whioecrrW iWdajrj ago in 'the . telegraph! office,' ( . that &titb.:1 " ' t1: 1 - '' i ;A,c4sof xneIaricKoJy interest, to eae of the parties at least, occurred It ere the other day ;rhich';'wewill relate for the public good.; A young lady-(waf forhear Damesvalthoagh inotrn) arrived here from the State etNaw York, on ber way into ; the Soothrti part of the State, whither she was goinz to consummate a mar riage contract enterad into some tan years since. ' Her intended was a. vonnz man who had been born add feared near her father's residence, but who iu n things did not soit the o!d folks." nI consequently , the latter opposed the match, i The re mit' was, the youn? rnaH left the country, but ha kept up a most inti mate correspondence with the iady rer since, until last summer he in formed, ber by. letter...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1851

.Volume "XVI.--Number 11. GALLIPOLIS OHIO, FEB R U A It Y 1 3 ;j 18 51. Whole Number 791. I . THE . JOURNAL, j Is published every Thursday morning iBY! JAMES HARPER. ' 'In 7eleraph Bullding.PulUe Square. vi! ' ; ... ' - - v ! ' : ' . ' '. Tekhs; . '".'' 1 copy one year, paid in advance, SI 50 : 1 "if paid within the year 2 00 Fox Civbs. Four Copies. . $5 60 Six " 8 00 - ' ; Ten " 13 00 "' ' " 'The person getting up a cluh of tew 1 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, -.. ' l year. - $1 4 6 ' To thoe who advertise larger a libe ral reduct on will be made. The American Flag, in 1850. Inscribed to Daniel Webster, BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. "We rrgmM the American Banner ai already aerered" from a racoon Jfewtpaper. It is not severed! No! as soon . The sister stars by tempest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1851

THE JOURNAL. MlUinS EVERT TSJTRSBAY MOENIX8, BY JAMES HARPER, JU tho Jew price of f I 60, in advance 'Office ia Telegraph Building, J AS. H4HFEE, 1 . 4.' ASB sod Editors. G1LMPOLIS. rx. IS. tBSI. rTFThe Irontoa Register, in the course of on article headed "Hanging Rock," has the following: DDI alter ine-uuwu-'jiji perhaps, of Hanging Rock, will be its Stminary. A beautiful brick buil ding of respectable dimensions ha been erected for this purpose, the past season,' at the cost of nearly $3000, mainly or wholly, at the ex. pense of Robert Hamilton. The in stitution is expected soon to be in successful operation finder the charge of Rev. C. P. Hogshead and Lady. This enterprise is highly creditable to all concerned and will supply a need lone felt- W give the above not only as an interesting item of intelligence, but we desire to predicate on it a few remarks relative to a Seminary In Gallipolis. We hare before called attention to this subject, as likewise has our contemporary, the Co...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1851

LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. Legislature. COLUMBUS, Feb. 10th. Hons. Mr. Frazier rose to a question of privileges upon the diar izes preferred against him by Mr. . Zinn, of bargaining with Mr. IlifF. Mr. Zinn retracted. Mr. Hi 2" denied the correctness of the telegraph despatch that he had threatened to whip Mr. Zinn. Petitions were then presented in favor of the formation of the people's 1 line. Skhatk. A memorial in faror of the People's line was read, and deba sed. at length, it was finally laid on the table. ; .. The House r e s o 1 utions were emended by adding Senators, Audi tors, j-c ana tben passea. COLUMBUS, Feb. 10th. From Washington. WASHINGTON, Feb. 10th. It has been decided by the Pension . officers, that when a soldier engaged r to serve six months, and actually Averred four months pd then hired a ' substitute, who served the remain-'-. der of the term, both are entitled to bounty land under the provisions of f the act ot Sept. JWth, 185U, accor 'ding to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 February 1851

Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot. WASHINGTON, Jan. 28, 1851. 1 was no passage as was anticipated' between Mr. Clay and Mr. Benton in the :Senate Yo-day. "Tbe Missouri two jrar can't, "bill was not taken up. Mr. Clay was in sufficient health to do the subject mple justice if the bill had been ta lon up. . . .. '.. ' . But there was a passage of arms, tn the California land title bill," be tween Mr. Benton and Mr. Berrien, ol a most decisive and graphic-character. Mr. Benton commenced the fight. In his most offensive and pro Toking manner and no man in the world can be more offensive and pro vokinghe assailed and ridiculed Mr. Berrien, and the amendments which that Senator, as a member of the Judiciary Committee, had repor ted from that Committee to the bill under consideration, until the Sen ate seemed perfectly surfeited with rude, uncourteous, unparliamentary abuse scarcely fit for a Hottentot au It was a Be.nton.ian tirade of the first water; and those who have heard the Mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 February 1851

T - 1 ? .Published by James Harper. Trnth and Jailice." At $1 30 in Advance sb I Volume XVI. Number 12. GALL IP O LIS, OH I O, FEB R U ARY 20.185 1. Whole Number 792. THE JOURNAL. If published every Thursday morning V, BY JAMES nARPEB. 1 In lelegraph BuUdittg.PvUie Sqnare, Terms'. .t copy one ye or, paid in advance, tl 50 -l.:4 if paid within the year 2 00 Fo Clbbs. Four Copies. 9 5 50 L Six " 8 00 , Ten " 13 ' The person getting up a club of tew will be entided to one copy gratis, . long as the club continues by its exer- Cons, 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 tho""e who advertise larger a libe- Tal reduct on will be made. The Dying Year. BY CORNELIA HUNTINGTON. ., Hush hush! the year is dying Hark! through old forests dim . The wailing winds are sighing Their requium over him Jn quiet, deep and holy, r. . He sinks to his repose; :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 February 1851

THE JOURNAL. f OBLISBED TRT1SDAY HOK1CIMO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of S1.60, hi advance i . Office in Telegraph Building, Pa fell Mnw. jas. harder, an4 ' 1. A.." HASH Editors, i O.IM.IPOLIS. r tbibmdav. -.- - raw. a. 81 . HjA communication from the - Poet Master, A. Cushing, Esq., will be found in this paper.' So far as the communication states facts which go to remove from the public mind, anv suspicions ol bad lailh on the j part of the Post Master or his clerk, we cheerfully give them publicity through our columns. But when an individual believes himself aggrived, we certainly shall follow the uniform practice of the press, and refuse to insert matter of a mere personal ' character. Neither do we, by the insertion of this, wish it understood that we, as conductors of a Whig .. Journal, desire, or shall in any way, intarfftra with anv difficulties that may exist relative to the Post office, Fugitive Slave Mob. BOSTON, Feb. 15. A fugitive named Frederick Wil-, kins was ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 February 1851

3 r 4 Espra lT Cm the ealllpalka Jaaraal. Washington, Feb. 18th. Skkatb. Mr. Cooper nresented oeti- tion of Penn. Legislature,, in favor of estaonsamg a line of steamers to Afri " ca; also one for the modification of the Tariff, of '43. Mr. Walker offered , resolution declaring it as the sense of . ine.&enat that expences of the army should be reduced. Mr. Clay's resolu- uon, callinf on the President for infor- . mation about the negro mob in Boston, waa taken un. Mr. CI a v denounced ' the mob as a great outrage, and an ia- latnons . proceeding. . I he resolution was unanimously adopted. The Pen ate then took up the cheap postage bill An amendment, making a uniform rate of 2 cents on pre paid letters, was re jected 7 to 41. , .The House went into committee on river and harbor bill. During the de ' bate an effort was made on one side to show that the bill was an infamous sys ' tem of log-rolling, and on the other that it was the reverse. Stan'ey denied the measure to be sectiona...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 February 1851

A Fearful History. 4J" The New Orleans Delta states that oatha .26th olt; the Veraoda: bar r room ia, that city was the scene ( a bloody and fatal encounter. It Bp '. pears that there had been a previ ous misunderstanding between a Toongman by the name of Eving- ton . and yoong Theodore Byrd, a deputy constable in Judge Winer's . court, and late in officer in Col. Wheate's regiment in the Cuban Ex pedition. The difficulty is said to , have originated in an affair of delica cy, involving the reputation of ,a dy. They met on Sunday J .- Veranda, and.it i, generally ad mitted that Byrd struck Evmgton, ' -when they clinched and cuffletL .During the scufSa it was observed that the blood was gushin? trom Bvrd's side; they were pulled apart, 'when Bvrd fell and died in a few minutes." Then it was discovered that he had received two fatal stabs i in the side, cr breast, with a medium sized bowie knife. Evington surren dered himself and was conveyed to ;jail. .The Delta gives the following '...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1851

'Volume XVI.--Number 13. G ALL IP OL IS, OHIO, FEBRUARY 27, 1851. Whole Number 703. ;:the JOURNAL, Y - V'":' : . i 'i ' la published erery Thursday morning "VJIX ilASIES HARPER. ln lelegraph Building, PuMic Square, "-ic i-i ' ' ' . ' , . Tems' -I copy one year, paid in advance, $1 50 .1, " if paid within the year 2 00 Tox Clvbs. Four Copies, tS 60 i,!-, , Si " 8 00 V . Ten " 13 00 The person getting up a club of ten yrU be entided to one jcopy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer "tions. The cash, in these cases must Invariably accompany the names. - Advertising: $1 One square 3 insertions, Bach subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, ' " ' 1 year. ''.'To thve who advertise larger a libe' ral reduct on will be made. 00 25 4 00 6 00 For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. To My Friend. ; When sunsets o'er the western bills, With glance so bright and free, 'That tints the softly sparkling rills, 5 Oh then I think of thee. When her rays steal down from h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1851

THE JOURNAL. WBLISHED ITIIT. TBTBSDAT WUDIS BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 60, hi advance - Office in Telegraph Building, NMkltnio jam. haepee, and S. A. HASH Editor, GA1YLIPOL1S. ST. issi. ?0TECT.05.-' bejfre a pamphlet ofP"' nnder ,lhe title of "Toe Prospect: Agricultu ral, Manufacturing, Commercial, and Financial: at the opening of the year IS5I. It is written by Heney C. Caret. The writer takes up the different systems of policy pursued by this Government as presented by the Tariff of 182S, t h e Compromise Tariff, the Tariff of 1842, and that of IS 46, and shows the different re sults npon the nation. The demonstration from the his tory of these different measures is clear that those that looked to pro tection, have greatly increased the prosperity of all classes at home, and established our credit abroad; while tn the contrary, under the Compro mise bill after 1835, when by the sliding scale, but a few years were to elapse before protection would cease, and by the tar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1851

LATEST NEWS BY RIVER. ;Th Pittsburgh papers of the 25th contain' fall particulars of the gale mentioned - under the- telegraphic head. The Hibernia No. 2. was slightly injured but repaired in time lo make her regular trip. . No person on any of the boats was injured. The Gazette save We hear a painful rumor, ahont a pair of coat boats, said to hare been sunk, with the loss of fire lives. below Shousetown, but trust there is no truth in it. . ' OrMusselman's Tobacco Factory , en Main street, LouUrille, together with two dwelling houses, were destroyed by fire on the nieht of the 23d Inst. Loss o $13,000 insurance 3 ,000, A fireman was so badly beaten, on Saturday, in Louisville, that he died the same evening. Two firemen were ar rested and committed. , The river here has risen some 1 2 feet within the past week, and is higher than it has been for a year, and still rising rapidly. '' ' The Cost of Locofoco Humbugs—The Repeal Question. A correspondent of the Hocking Sentinel, democrati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 February 1851

From the Kanawha Republican. North-Western Virginia Railroad. . A bill io incorporat - western-' Virginia Railroad Compa ny to construct a railroad front Par ienburg to intersect with the Ealti ma's it Ohio railroad without aid fromthe State.has passed the Home o( Delegates by a . vote of 74 to 16. There to no doubt of its passing the Senate.' - This ' company ' asked no aid rrora the State,, and, as we under stand, it is in no respect to interfere tvirti the obligation of the Baltimore &.Oh3o Railroad Company to com plete their road to Wheeling- to fact we understand that there vrus a compromise among the member, ol the North-Wst, and that thjjlong existing controversy between Wheel ing and its friends and Parkersburg and its friends is forever ended; and we heartily congratulate our friends of both places. We are glad that nur Lezislature has with such una nimity acknowledged the justness of the principle or granting the ngnt 01 way, for if the people of Richmond shall continu...

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