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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 March 1851

.JAVIJIUOL ill IT ,L:-8 yd bftii'isriii; foa .gqtnwj ,iu;.'iJ fcii .ts-. j(?r Lbs iuj( 3 0 J? -..VsT -;r,l S.li tO BiUJ A 1 stall e?r3 ci s Lou vErK .nrjTHAii p. air. i y?i liv-ii." Hi : Tru t hand' 'rf. 'tt'ee.' published .bjj James Ilarper. a, .:, .1 :T::i T tAf $1 G3 In Af Alice !- .1 iii S-tJ Tw ' "i -- i T T V r. I GALLI P O Ii I'S O H X0l ;iM A R C H?. f 1 8 o 1. Volame;-f-XVI-ATumber: 14. Whole Number -794. :. c J,-:. in r,. H 1 .JXa - llvwJ ill I.r f l.-ivf I- ! IJlJ! 11 M ' -fr:! 1 ! VS: -1 ii n , r. ii i ii ii i 1 1 . . i . ,'1 ..:i.n.i:Bu:i;i!.-;-.ll:Bl! nVrll!ll;.EIf I J .!t U ! LI: 11.3 liXii S P T - W ' " ''-. -' Bf 'SIliIIS.S. P - 4 t.' i ;-; il'-v ..! u wit l it: 'r., , , :-i: :ni "!':' W;' -"'w ' ' i'if 1 ;.i'.;t-:ii f v !,i J , a .il-!:! If . , ' At Ji' Ii t efttl ( .;:: T " !i .11 L-t 'v i ' r" 1:'! 'u'J ' THE i JOURNAL; ubiishei eiyry -Thpraday inrhing BY J A TIES HAUPElii :7tlcgraph Puilding, Public S$nare. -vl atil i-'i '- ; TERMS t0eopj-ae year, paid fnadrance...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 March 1851

THE JOURNAL. rBU8RIB KTB1Y THtaSDAT HOEKIKQ, BY JAMES HARPER, -MJheIow price oLSl 60 .JfladvaacUlifotnla o-j'Offica- in. Telegraph Builditrg, . PaMte Mnrv. A nA? iklo'rs t. 4. HASH J GALLIPOLIS. (Ml. f ' IITTh gathering -at Cleveland ;oa the 522nd of February seems to .have been a pleasant one. The vis itor, apeak, in the highest terms of the citizens, and all else" that apper tains to the Lake city. 'The State Seers, members of the Legislature ind others, left (Columbus Friday . ? v.. if . '1.L -end arrireTiaiwland about half. past 6 P M They retuTfttd Mon day evening. The poet Greiner was in the company and sung one of his best songs, which we will publish next week. : - ; ADJOCRHME5T of the Leoisia twjb. The State Journal says it is the expression of opinion that this body will not be able to adjourn as soon as the 10th. The Journal looks for the adjournment about the 17th, provided the elections can be had before that time. Decidedly definite. We would not have the gentlemen mem...

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

tion to theabi!il"esftT, hip owners was talon up and p'ssedr' LThp,SeflTatefbili slgpiinst construc tive' toiWg-51 -of' Members Con gress passexL - r 10 The Seriate blli to ascertain and 'ptXtit, land claims in California, pas sed. ,.:! .., .... ..; . - . .iTbe joint -resolution, which has ctJreadj. passed the Senate, reques ting the President to direct a Nation l tassel to bring Kossuth and his . companions to this country passed. Aft Ineffectual attempt was made to take ud the Senate bills for the relief of the indigent and insane, and ;to;( create the office of Lieutenant General ... c U r- r. i " ; Correspondence of Gallipolis Journal. CINCINNATI, Feb. 28. ' Eds. Journal: Not being able to leare the city as I had hoped, to en oy a tfip to Cleveland over the new Railroad, I will send you a few jot 'wztlrom here as usual. I notice in several papers the advertisement of Amos Kendall, notifying the stock holders of the N. O. and O. Tele- graph Co, that their line is finished N. O. "...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 March 1851

LAWS OF OHIO. Prescribing the time of holding the court common pleas in the fourteenth judicial circuit. "'cuit. . - -(: "stt , Bt Utnadci ijf tte Cirnern wlasm "T7tae JWf 0 Po. That the court of eonr ca plea shall be bekt bereaftar in the several xsuoUM ia the fourteenth judicial circuit as tMtwt, to wit: In the coanty of Cuyaboea, em the fast Tuesdaf in January, the third Monday in Marctt, tbird Monday, in Jun .and (ba eeod If anday hi Obtoberj 10? the SouBty of Geanga, on the third Moaday i jFebrunrr. thn third Monday in May. and Jba third Monday in September; in tb eoun 1nf ike,on the fit Monday in Af Jlonday in. July, and first, Monday in Sep . u... k. ...niof Lorain, on the tint Monday in February, first Monday in, Majr, And second iumni in o a Tk.t 1T rt or oU of act in '. kM,ith. be. and the tame. are CtWimiTT"- " - v bmbj wpeaiea; prw w.-.- . UnaiwtaBeouDtyQl ujanog. amu u Vl v. lions nrovided in the first auction, of -an act prescribin. the Mmes oi ioiiio, Ue court of eora...

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

a-tk n ' ( Try iiijijll: ' V Ai J Uj AY i : i ... . .-. ... . . . - : - w mi Published by Jaiaes Harper. Truth and Justice." At 91 &o in Adraqce Volume XVI. Number ; 15. GALL I POL IS, OHIO ,M All CHI 3. 1851. WhoIe-iVumber, .705. ;THE JOURNAL, ;"' .r : T .- is published every Thursday morning 'Jnletegraph Building.Pullie Square. -i:,.-a r. :i r i ,Tebms'- I ! L.:' 1 eopy ene yeiir, paid in advance, f 1 60 I' if paid within the year 2 00 FobClbbs. Four Conies. ?5 60 nir. Six; .-. ; 8 00 . - , Ten ; : 13 00 . The jjerson getting up a club of ten will be entitled to one copy gratis, so .Jong as the cluh continues by his exer tions. ' The cash, in these cases must invariably accompany the names. "i jy ". . . .- Adtertisisg: . One square 3 insertions, . Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, J " v.: ' r 1 year, . $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 SONG, Sung at the Railroad Celebration in Cleveland. BY "ONEOF 'EM." TUNE—Carry me back, &c. We hail from the city the Capital :;:,7 . City ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 March 1851

THE JOURNALS miasms imr thcesdat hoxkcto, BY JAMES HARPER, ATthe loV price of 81 60, to advance Office in' Telegraph Building, jas. mwn, s. hash' and 1 Editors. GAttlPOMS. TBVUBlTi flCH U, SSI. Adjournment of the Convention. " The CoDstirartonal after a session of e buire& ani tlxly-thrtt day, adjourned last Mon day evening. The vote on the Anal adoption of the Constitution was, yeas 79, nays 14. Those who voted against its adoption were, Barbee, Barnett, of Preble; Bales, Brown, of) Carroll; Curry, Gray, Graham,! Greenof Ross; Harlan, Larsb, Mc- -!.. j 2;,l. Wnrrmn- Sfanhrrv and Stanton. ' The Cincinnati Enquirer of Tues day contains the Constitution. It provides, as elsewhere stated, for taking the popular vote on the third Tuesday in June, and at the same time the people shall vote for or against incorporating the follow ing into the Constitution: "no license to traffic in intoxicating liquors, shall hereafter be granted in the Stale, but the "General Assembly may by law prov...

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

Terrific Steam Terrific Steam Boat Explosion—Great Less of Life!—Full Particulars! LOUISVILLE, March 7th, P. M. 7-Theteamer Oregon boand hence to' New Orleans, when passing through' Sbote "of Wand "82, in the Kfielf !nni aKrttit nm. -'l l. TJ tr on tho and inst., burst her boilers with a .tremendous report, carrying away her forward cabin and killing and scalding at least sixty persons. She was heavily laden, and had on board fronf 'ghlyto one hundred passengers. 'Dinner was just over, and the passengers were principally in .the Hall,' and on the forward guards at the time of the explosion, after: which she immediately took fire and burned to the water's edge, and bad it not been tor the steamer Iroquois which was wooding about one mile offat the time, all on board would have perished, as the Oregon was in the channel, and under full headway. When CapL Lee of the Iroquois, saw what had taken place, he imme diately put off to the assistance of the Oregon, but was necessarily de " lay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 March 1851

LAWS OF OHIO. AN ACT Jbe formation of Gas Light Com authorixe I panies. . 1 Beit enatied by the Gatend Aaeret iW'ttt State of Ohio, That any three or taW po whi nsay deaire t for- a eosa "71. the purpose of manufacturing and supine gas for Hating the streets and pub He Md private buildings of any city. Tillage or town in this State, out snake, sign and ac knowledge, before some officer competent to take acknowledgments of deeds, end file m tbe'wffic of the Rororder of tbe eou.ty la which be business of the company shall be earned on. nd doplicte thereof m the of lice of the Secretary of State, a certificate, in writing, in birh th.ll be ststed tb corporate name of said com puny, and the object forwhich the company which shell be formed, the amount ' of the capital stock of the aaid company, the terra of ita existence, not to exceed fifty yean, the number of ahares of which the aaid 'jtoek shell consist, the number of directory, and their names, who ahalt manage the con tent of aaid ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1851

1 .i:j'noi :iut Published by James narper. ."Truth and JaMice." r ! At $1 50 In Adranco Volume XVI..-Number 16. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, -MARCH 20, 1851. Whole Number, 796. ' ' CONSTITUTION THE STATE OF OHIO. We the people of the State of Ohio, grateful to Almighty God for pur freedom, to secure its blessing and promote our common welfare, do esUblifh this Constitution. ARTICLE Ⅰ. BILL OF RIGHTS. Sectioh 1. All men are by na ture free and independent, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and de fending life and liberty, acquiring, possessing and protecting property, and seeking and obtaining happiness and safety. . Sac 2. All political power is in tierent in the people. Government U instituted for their equal protec tion aad benefit; and they have the right to alter, reform, or abolish the same, wheaever they may deem it necessary: and no special privileges nr immnniiiM shall ever be granted ! that may not be altered, revoked, or i repealed by the Uenerai ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1851

THE JOURNAL. BY JA1TES HARPER, JftTh"1oV price of f f WIn advance "fne i Telegraph Fufldlng, wtxrea, and f. 4. Asn Editors. GALL IPO LIS. What will the People do?. t We lay before the readers of the Journal this week the result of the J abort of the lonventipn, the New Constitution of the State of Ohio, if the people choose to set it up in the place of the present one. That the people of Gallia county are willing and satisfied to. live Jet a while under the present one with all its laults, they LI: 1 1 L. t .OA . : vnuuaneu ujr casting ouj too vuicn iu favor of a Convention. That vote, so far as the people of this count? are con cerned, settled that there is no impera tive demand, no unyielding necessity, why this new paper should be christened Constitution" by the popular vote it is not to save tbe State from caotic con fusion, or society from relapsing into its original elements when each man is a law unto himself; no judgment of reprobation has been pronounced by the citizens of ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 March 1851

(KrK. A. A. aun a kindly favored - I it. .. .nnthT l.M.f nimlli with extract ares another lei tec, tsosally received swot hit fan w Oregon . . Falls of the Columbus, Oregon. Dec. 17, 1850. UtPui Emu I bar bee sick fa the but three week, but am bow able to bom abaut and will toon be able U go to work again. . Yu would think strange could yon aee sow we live in this country. We lire in tents, nod Car food consists of pickled pock, beet wheat bread, and coffee. We hard ly know Sunday from any other day. It is near eight months sines I hare beard a sermon, J long to go where the people worship God. iive yourselves no uneasiness about me foil feel well assured the same hand that has ever been around um will still guide and guard no. When I go to work again I will get one bun dred dollars per month and my boarding. I can make more money in one year in this coun try than 1 could in fire in Ohio; but to lire in this wild, heathenish country, secluded from society and relatives most dear, is...

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

Constitution of the State of Ohio. [Continued from First Page.] Sco- 8. The Auditor of ,ufrtUr7f state, end attorney general, are teJf"W " birf of eommiMionon. to be tiled -the Sec. 9. The CiMnmissionecs of tbe unking fund shall, immediately preceding eaen regular session of toe General Assembly, snake an es timate of toe probable amount of tbe fund pro Tided for in the seventh section at this article, from all sources except from taxation . and ra port tbe same, together with all their proceecf racs relative to said fund and tbe public debt, to the Gor em or, whs) shell transmit tbe same, with his regular menace, to tbe General As mtmblj; and tbe General Assembly shall make Jl necessary provision for raising and disbur sing said sinking fund, in pursuance of the ornvisions of Ibis artide. Sic 10. It shall be the duty of the said Commissioners faithfully to apply aaid fund, together with all moneys that may be by the General Assembly appropricted to that object, to the payment of th...

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

rn F mi .Ucwol t'oy.iaB ail V tmbet3tK.O .J1J1UOI HUT .-'una. ii an ir .i ya i ru4 aw ItmJji I J lo .fH7aT I i !e!Uai ri Corf.'!!; :9U(.: C24 ererf .ceil! ,r i .-.'.-.r.y J n? .'J .5?7' La7' -H -l- ."H '-ivf-r. wt8! m'AJMM ar ,ao .sx: in m 3 "-r7 lid rubYished by iiiine1 ilarper. At $1 30 In Adrjtncc taiM..l G A L L I P O L I S .. O H I O nMARC Lf 2 7 . I 851. v Whole Number- 707. 'IT. -1ST .1 THE JOURNAL, la publishea'erery Thursday mwnng BY JAMES IIABPt. .- . . . .- ,n lnieXegrapi guildin'g, Public Square, TeKS? .?:' 1 iopy eWyearpaid i advance, ! 1 50 1 " if paid within the year 8 00 Poi Cures Four Copies, ' ' ti 60 Six " - 00 iv.- .--.:: 1 'Ten j-i is'oo The person getting up a club of tek be entitled to one copy gratis, ao long as the club continues by nts exer tiens. -The caiih; in these ' cases must Invariably accompany the names rr. r. j- z't ' - : - y t :T ' ; ; v. -- . Advehtising: - One square 3 insertions, . Each -subsequent insertion, . One square 6 months, ,-. '.; l ye...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 March 1851

THE JOURNAL. rVMISHIP If I THVRSDAT MOKKWO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the - low price of tl SO, ia advance ' OSes In Telegraph Building, PaMIc Mnn jas. marra, a. a. hash and Editors. C3ALLIPOLIS. W7SMSAV. naaura ar, issi. Raccoon Creek. 'I The Furnace holders and other enterprising citizens in the valley ol Raccoon and vicinity, are, as we are informed, contemplating buying ont the mill dams through the whole range of the county, and will dedi cate the creek to public use, to be kept as a public highway for all fu tore time. We are informed by those who are acquainted with the Raccoon valley, that no improve ment. at the same amount ot ex pense, that can be made in this coun tv. would conduce so much to the interest of the farmers and iron manufacturers as the one in contem plation. From the known energy of those who ore moving in this matter, we conclude that the thing will be speedily accomplished. . The owners of the dams along the creek are equally interested with The balance of the i...

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

Wtj understand that the deration of Archbabop Hughea to be a mem ber of tb Sacred College of Cardi als hat not been officially or oth erwise communicated to his clergy ia thii city, and that it is not to be 'regarded u a fact which has already taken place. . It is, however, expect ed soon to happen." The Archbishop will be the first Cardinal in America, and his nomination is not only an evidence of' the respect paid by the "Church to his character and services, .bat also of the rising importance of this country in the aSairs ot ins .Catholic Church. The title of Cardinal belonged -originally to the higher officers of .State under the Roman Emperor iTheodoaius. who reigned in the IFth century. Afterward, untill the Xlth century, it was the attribute of priests in the Christian Church of whatever rank. From that time the Popes formed from among the high er clergy a sort of privy council, and the title soon . came to be their spe cial property. In 1160, under Al eiander III, the choosi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 March 1851

Senatorial Apportionment. Tha folio win arwMliwremarl Ur.Suniont.of Logan, in the Con stitutional Coaveatroit cm that bill J of abominations,' the Senatorial p- portionment. (u,, .11 ,J Mr. btanton. Mr. f resident, I -sk 1 a vision 'of tha quest too,' and 'that'11 the vote may bo first takea on striking put. If the motion to strike oat prevails, I shall then more to In sert Licking in the place of Tuscara 5E?"agreer ITial'genTleman'liave a flgntfta kBoXwhat:is fo be done irith 'lhe other districts, 'that are af cfected'' by 'the '' amendment, before -'tiieTJoe upon this motion". ' If this motion prevails, I propose to.foU loMt'up" with a -series or amend roenls, 'hich -will equalize the1 pop ulation and change- the political -conrofentnrofnrOTe" djstiictr-1 shajr 'propose to add 'Harrison to -Tuscarawas,, which wi.ll ' make t a 6Wbig district.., lt ihen . propos to -pyt Jefferson to Belmont; Mahoning to Columbiana, Ashtabula to Trum bull, Lake to Geauga ' and Portage, Summit to Medi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 April 1851

T.- Published by James ilarper. ; I's;': ' 'V " -.i'i ' V .'.!; : "Trnth'.and Julice." ; : , 'jy 7; :' :. . ,.r ' .V:' ..At $1 SO In Advance tblue XVI Ttober 18. ''iG ALWP O L I '6 ff I 6j" APR it 8.5li;'v ' Whole NumW708. ' - ' Ji s t JOURNAL, i - ...... m , : .. ' . . Is published every Thursday morning BT JAKES HARPER.' 2i,7efegraph BuUling,Pullic Square. 1 copy one year, paid In advance, tl 60 1 " if paid within the year 2 00 Fob Cm Four, Copies, , 9 5 60 , , . , . Six . , " . . 8 00 ' '" Ten ". IS 00 ' The person getting tip a club of tem will be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer tions. The cash, in these cases must Invariably accompany the names. ' : ... 7, ; ADTBBTISI3T0: ,,.-: One square 3 insertions, $1 00 EACH HUUOCljUUIll liiWlluU) . One aq"w 9 months, r 4 00 r. 1 year.; . 6 00 To those who advertise larger a libe ral reduci on will be made. From the Louisville Journal. CHARITY. BY JAMES R. BARRICK. Tell me; ye who dwell in splendor ' ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 April 1851

THE JOURNAL. f VBUSHX9 BVIIT TBTBSIIAT MOEKWO, BY JAMES HARPER. It ft low price of tl BO, in advance C Office in Telegraph Building, JAS. WBrBB, g. A. SA9H and Editors. . G.VIilIPOtIS. - APBII, S 1831 Fire in Pomeroy. We receired the despatch which fol lows last Saturday morning. There is Rale doubt that the fire was the work of an incendiary. The fire waa first dis covered between Bos worth's Hotel and H. Cohen's store. The buildings be ing wood the fire spreid so rapidly that there was but little sared from the store of Ralston & Stivers, Cohen's clothing tore or Bosworth's Hotel. A portion of the drugs in the stores of Seed and Flem ings were saved ,al so a portion of the type in the Telegraph office. Most of those Injured were insured to a small amount. Bceworth was insured to the amount of 1 tOO, Cohen 9 1000 on his goods. The fire destroyed the most business cart of the town. We learn that Van Born, of the Telegraph, is now in Cin cinnau tat materials to enable him again t...

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

? 1 J Eqwaccfw far Ika CiaUtaaim Jaarwal. Jenny Lind's Concerts in Cincinnati. Nashville, April 1st. . Jenny Lind will civ three grand concerts ii Cincinnati, Monday, Wednesday ana Friday, April !ib, 16th and ISth insts. In consequence of engagements in New York, and elsewhere, she cannot positively visit Cleveland or any of the Lake dties it P. T. BARNUM. Baltimore, April 1st. i Quite a display of our Firemen to day, who turned out in large num bers to we1comtheir brother fire men from New York. New York, April 1st. . The ship Media, arrived from Ber muda this morning. She brings co news of importance. The Bermuda Legislature will convene on the 7th inst. ; '., Albany, N. Y., April 1st. Mr. Boll, the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Shenate, it is said, is under oath, exonerating the Senators and Dep uty Clerk from any knowledge or participation in the atledged bribery sse. j he committee of invests. ITCToTt lOiHOiiTVr cxhonerating Senators from all blame In the matter. Harrisburgh, April 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 April 1851

LAWS OF OHIO. LAWS OF OHIO. AN ACT To restrain tb sals at Bpirituaus Liquors. . Sac 1. Beit enacted by the General Assfm $lg of the State of Ohio, lint if apy person (ball tell or vend or giro away with intent to evade to provision of tbi act, an spiritnsuf liquor, of any kind whatever, to De drank in tte placa where sold; or if any person shall rend or tell or give away with intent to evade the provision of this act, any spirituous li quors, of any kind whatever, by less quantity than one quart; or if any person hall U ox venJ nr"ve awy witt intent to avade tha provniaat of thie. atV-.ny spirituaus liquor. ofay kind whatever, to any person under teen yeari of age; each and every person, so fending, shall be deemed guUty of raiade Manor; and upon conviction thereat, shall, fnr the first offence above specified, be fined in any sum not exceeding twenty-five dollars, nor leas thai fivo dollars; for the second offence above specified, shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined in any sum...

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