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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1851

6 "Truth and Justice." Published by Jaines Harper. At $1 SO in Ad ranee Volume XVI. Number 19. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, APRIL 10. 1851. Whole Number 7fi9. THE JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday morning BY JAMES HARPER. . 1 letegrapk Building.PuWe Square. i-'.-l r '''.'."' Tews 1 copy one year, paid In advance, 1 1 60 1 " if paid within the year 2 00 Foe Clubs. Four Copies. ?5 60 Six " 8 00 Ten " 13 00 The person getting up a club of ten 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 (be names. Advertising: One square 3 insertions, Bach subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " 1 year. $1 00 S5 4 00 6 00 To tb ye who advertise larger a libe ral red uci on will be made. For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. Lines. Ah, false one, dost thou think one sigh . Shall ever pierce the heartthat's free, That e'er one tear shall dim the eye, -That turns no more to thee; Eemember'st thou ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1851

THE JOURNAL. HTBUSHBH EVERY THTRBDAT OMCIHOi BY JAMEJS HARPER, At the low price of tl fiO, in advance - Office in Telegraph Building,' I'ablle Miub jas. hrper, and a. A. NASH, I Editors. " ; vM.iroLi. TDDRSD1T. - - - Al"BIl l. 18SI. The Presidency. The Sentinel, a Whig paper pub lished in Morrow county, of this State, places Gen'l. Scott's name at the head of its columns as a candi date for President, and says, by 10 doing. it ii but giving expression to the wishes of the Whigs of that sec tion.' Almost every day we notice some new development of this deci ded preference for Gen'l. Scott. One Whig paper in this Congressional dUtrict has run up the name of -the old hero. In 1S43, under all the circumstances which surrounded the Whigs at that time, we believe the Whigs of-that district, previous to the Philadelphia Convention, pre ferred the nomination of Scott, but Taylor was nominated and the brief official career of that lamented Gene ral and statesman, is the best eulogy upon 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. — 10 April 1851

Later from California. NEW YORK, April 7. The Georgia arrived ; this port from Cbagres, at 7 o'clock this eve rting, wilh advices from San Francis co to the 5th of March. She brings 161 passengers bnt no gold on freight. ;.. " Business at ban t rancisco was generally dull; the miners, however, were doing well and a large increase of gold is expected to be realized the coming season.' " But very little rain had fallen and the want of It had been great draw back on mining Operations. After 150 ballotines lor United States Senator the convention ad journed without making a choice; they are to meet again on the' 1st of next January. The most prominent candidates were T. B. King and Mr. Matthews, Whigs,Tind Col. Fremont, Democrat. Mr. King larked -but six rotes of being elected at one time. A great deal of feeling exists on the Senatorial question which will enter largely into the next political cam paign. On the morning of the third of March, the steamers Santa Clara and the Hartford, l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 April 1851

LAWS OF OHIO. AN ACT Ssoiriementarv mnd amendatory t the act en titled n aet-fixint; the times holding tin courtf of common pleas in the eighteenth judicial circuit, pasted January 10, 1851. Sac 1. Be il enacted by Oit General At$em- Uy a tht State of Ohio, Tbat the" court of common pleat sfaa.lt be held in the county of : Fulton on the fourth Tuesday in .April, end the fourth Tuesday in September;, and the fell turn hall be held ia the count of Henry on the third Wednesday in November, instead the first Moncay in November, ai proridea im r. a ttv . : a aT Mm court comtBon pleas for the county of Defiance, ahail a n n, - ...m of tbe COUrt . see. J. n. P""S " rf aUen. tin k. common oleas lor me w-j -- - j - held on the third prA "V . county of oS!.i on tbe fourth Monday of Sen. i- That ae much of the acta passed ,cribinc the times of holding courts of eom Kle.. in the 18th andieth Judicial Cir- be and the same are hereby repealed. JOHN F. MORSE. Speaker the House of Representatives. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1851

QMMMM "FPh 7A T -A TP ."? i i f i. -. a "Troth and Justice. ' Published by James Harper. At $1 ao In Advance Volume XVI. Number 20. G ALL I POL IS, OHIO, APR I L 1 7 . 1 8 5 1. Whole Number 800. CONSTITUTION THE STATE OF OHIO. OT iliA iwtonU of the State of Ohio, rfpful to AlmtebtV God for our free- Mssines and pro uuuif sv a , . welfare, do establish this Constitution. ARTICLE I. BILL OF RIGHTS. r Section 1. AH men are, by nature, free and independent, and hare certain tn.linnahla riehts. amone which are those of enjoying and defendinglife and liberty, acquiring, possessing, and pro tecting property, and seeking and ob taining happiness and safety. "Sec. 2. AH political power is inhe rent in the people. Government is in stituted for their equal protection and benefit, and they hare the right to alter, reform, or abolish the same, whenever ther mav deem it necessary; and bo racial Drivileses or immunities shall ver be granted, that may not be altered. revoked, or repealed Dy me gene...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1851

THE JOURNAL. fVBUSSID ITSST THTBSDAT JfOSJnHO, BY JAMES HARPER, It thv w price of tl 60, in advance -Office in Telegraph Building, .., 'and Editors. Edi i. a. HAsn, f3ALI,IPOLIS. mCIUiT. - - - ArBIE. IT. IMI. ; ' frWe were in Marietta last Satur daV. Although we bare visited this place before, business always occupied the little time we found convenient to remain and prevented a stroll through it for observation. Last Saturday after noon we improved an ' hour or two in looking about town; we visited the cem etery, with its far-famed mound a beautiful place; glanced at the College buildings; observed the recent and pro greasing improvements, and concluded, without hesitating, that If arietta was all it had been represented, -one of the pleasantest villages (city, if it please its people belter) in Ohio. The place has greatly extended within a year or two past its business operations and general improvements. It has an enterprising and thriving population, and of course the town will ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1851

Lsrria' on' Gehuil "Scott. Tha following letter from General Windfield Scott was addressed to the whig committee of Mifflin county, in Pennsylvania, in answer to a series of resolutions adopted by them re commending him ai a candidate for the Presidency of the United States Nothing could be more neat and appropriate: WASHINGTON, March 12, 1851. ... DkakSik: The whiz committee and its secretary of Juniata county, Pennsylvania, have done mo great honor. ....... "--The approbation of my country men was the first, and will be tne !Iast great object of my life. If j have the faaDDiness to obtain that, it will be of miner importance whether it Jeads to a change in my omciai posi 'lion , or not. ' ' With my most respectful regard to .the gentlemen ot the committee, 1 "remain, mv dear sir, vours trill v, WINFIELD SCOTT. A. K. McCLURE., Esq. A. K. McCLURE., Esq. "Hasty Legislation." '. The Legislature of Kentucky pro vided at its late session, that "the Governor shall have a salary of $2, 50...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 April 1851

Constitution of the State of Ohio. [Continued from First page.] or - Gtneroui yvi w . IT ne'er exceed aeiren hundrfed tad fifty thousand dollars; and the money, rising from the creation, of uch debts, shall be applied to the purpose for which it was obtained, or to re pay the i.'eDls so contracted, and to no other purpose whalever. , Sec 2. In addition to the above limited power, the Slate may con tract debts to repel invasion,' sup press insurrection, defend the , State Iq war, or' to redeem the present out standing indebtedness of the State: "hut the monev. arising from the con- tracting of such debts, shall he ap plied to theurpoae for which it was raised, or to repay such debts, and to no other purpose whatever; and all debts, incurred, to redeem the nresent outstanding indebtedness of the State, shall be so . contracted as to be payable by the sinking fund, hereinafter provided for, as the name shall accumulate. Sec. 3. Except the debts above specified in sections one and two f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1851

., . . ,,.. V.:fcf:j iii.V "! -r-..:;.;.;iiT I Jil'A O iVirTT TT T lj 'V 1 ft T L CH VsV- '-'if n VV t A ' I I M " 't JIT - . ycro a W:n-,.fi cr-:v,-.o;--y: 5, f - ,y A. ' U jJfl . :SX IW- ; j H : 'fs A AV . .-I- -I U rv ".., . ,. - ,..,,r Vf.' .m:jo !: t.i: .r:i:,. .; . 1 1 . ,-.',, -j rr- fi j. i: V-ri Ijj;ctli l 1 M ' ' . i ' TV ' ' A 11 I . t .;;? j. s- -UWilliB 9.1 J TS-! l-CL 9 J . I I M1 MS !. L i r J - VI . J 1 L.jNy Q J'"y 1J IV U '7'' U "L JO'"'1 ' v;,mS:. aj .rnt. i crd a.ij m w--! -- v ; LJJ V-f A-U'A . -, .T,f.-l i n.FS,i vst i ;;'y.iL-w.Li .i i: i 7-" rr:.',r: ".." "..-T."' r ?..;:. -( I t. V ! .-. .1 -, ' ( ; - . , 11 rubllsbed bjr James Harper. - .. ,. : , -. . . , f.. .-.. .i-l.- '' "" "' " ; ' " - . . i. I . -.., . . ' . M .1 r j 11 . : - . G ALL IPOLI S , OHIO, A P R I L 24 . ;l 851. ; Whole Number; 801S VUime XVI. Number 21. THE JOURNAL. . la published" every ThursiJaT -lornuig BtJAJIESPARPEn. luiefegraph BulIding,Pubttc Square. 1 copy one year, paid in advance, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1851

IS. aamert tritlUa th eerporat limits of 8m. . Tkat h art pMMd Merea 21, ocn cti .w art uDnlcaieBWT M nt Mthfttt sprtionMnt of Stat Board of Ssj.il. I..ftio.'' bo. nd tho sane u aere- v ooaaowlod as to alio tb greating of certi fies. S3. TW tho afta anil eirhta sections 9 of the act rehitiiMt to school district tax. More. 1. 1850. tod oil other acts uM of aeta, iaconiUtent with ttao pro vioioM of Ihit act, except aa act to Butborixe b otsbiuhment of separate schools for the salTitift of. colored children and fat other aeinjsf. passed February 10. 1849. be and the aaau an herebjr repealed. Provided. That this act (hall aot be understood to ehanre'or modify ia aay teapeet the several provisions of the act Jar the support and better regulation of Con pjoa Sebaots in the tows, of Akron, and the amendatory acta thereto, end uthe act forth better reflation of the Public Sckeols, in cities, town, tad the amendatory acta thereto, and the several acts creating special aehoni districts, excep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1851

From the Troy (N. Y.) Whig. From the Troy (N. Y.) Whig. The Administrates and the Whig Patty. Any attempt to separate tbo Whig party from tb rational Administra tion will fajL Untile tome reason more substantial and convincing than has jret been given is' produced, the Whiff masses will stand by the Ad inloUtratloD " with an unfaltering de- Totion; though Impracticable and disappointed politicians may array themaelves against H. In this State, her Mr. Fillmore is assailed with unequalled virulence by a disappoin ted press, is this eminently true. Though here great efforts are making to separate the Whigs or INew xort from Mr. Fillmore and the Admin istration, they hare seen noming io justify the attempt, nor is there any prospect or the success of the scheme. Jfr. Fillmore has ever stood high in the estimation not only of his party, bat with fair men of all parties he has always had a good name and a Imputation for sound ability and en sirs honesty. No one regards him either as a we...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 April 1851

Story of a Miser. ln the year 1762 an extraordinary instance or avarice occurrou Prance.' r A misery of the" name -ol Foscue, who had amassed enormous wealth by the most sordid parsimo ny and the most discreditable extor tion, was requested by the Gover ment to advance a sum of money as a loan. The miser, , to . "whom a lair interest was not inducement suffi ciently strong to enable him to part with his treasured gold,rd:lared his incapacity to meet this demand; he pleaded severe poverty. Fearing, however, that some of his neighbors, jmbng whom he was very popular, would report his immense wealth to .the Government, he applied his Inge nuity to discover some effectual way of holding his gold, should they at tempt to institute a search to ascer tain the truth or falsehood of his pfea. Vith great care and. secrecy he dug "a deep cave in his peller; to this re ceptacle 'for his treasure he decended by a ladder, and to the trap door he attached a, spring lock so that, on shutting,, it w...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 May 1851

UJU '. i- .a "Troth and Justice. .1 Published by James Harper. --. ' ' . . AC f 1 SO In AdTa.ie Volume XVI.- - Number 22 GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MAY 1, 1851. Whole Number 802. r OA mm JOIjBNAL THE JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday morning BY JAMES HARPER. InJelegraph Butlding.Publie Square, n n Teems: -1 copy one year, paid in advance, tl I" If paid within the year 2 Fob, Cwbs. Four Copies, t5 r-s ' Six M 8 Ten 13 .The person getting up a club of ten will be entided to one copy trratis, long as the club continues by his 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 4 6 To the who advertise larger a libe ral reduct on will be made. The Old Thirteen States. We have seen nothing published Tate which possesses more or the true spirit of the patriotism and love of coun try than the following stanzas: 3od bleu the good old Thirteen States, God Mm the young ones too...

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 May 1851

AN ACT . JO r " l- k - . . end Cars srifnin the etepomU limit! of anj city, town or Tillage. . tlso.L & it enacted y H General ktmcni iijofihe Stale of Ohio, That tea eoum Coun cil Or VM nunuira .j i.v-ii- sVted itt. Uar village, in this SAU.raer- -i i j n- : . i: j i v. 0ftw any imurtwi hkk mm miu uwi w tutuugj such city, lowo or tillage, shall have authority rood on withia such corporate limits; pro vided, aura ordinance shall sot require a W KA LM vi iuuu UWI HUE WW VK auua -- such corporate authorities mar bring uit gainst Any engineer. Ootid actor or railroad company, violating suca ordinance, and mnrr and eollcot a fine of not lea than five dollars or more than fifty dollar fcr each offence, ad oasts of rait. JOHN F. MORSE, Speaker the House of Representatives. CHARLES C. CONVERS, Speaker of the Senate. March 20, 1851. AN ACT to prevent the laying out of ttoads. Streets or Alleys, through the grounds belonging to the Public Benevolent Institutions of tb State. See. I. Be U...

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 May 1851

A despatch from Boston, dated April 26th says: , j . ) j Tht reply of the Hon. Daniel Webster to an invitation of the Com mon Council( (o, meet the citizens of Boston in f aneuil Hall was read De- fore the Council last 'evening... He ays, after expressing his thanks for the kindness manifested to hid), that ha shaft not have the pleasure daring nis present stay, to meet the citizens of Boston." What he has done to maintain the Union has not been done in i corner: nor will he enter Faneail Hall on til its gates be thrown open wide not with an impetuous recoil, grating as harsh thunder, but With tha Hnrmnninii" sound of golden let in all men of ll parties, true to the Union. The Punamm Railroad. This road appears to be advancing. The Journal rff Commerce publishes a letter from J. 1 Stephens, the Presi dent of the road, which letter states hati00 men ore now at work upon the road, and thai there is a prospect e4 compietmg it from Navy Bay to Gorgona,12$ miles by the 1st of July next. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 May 1851

Great Storm at Sea. lit Effects at Boston and Vicinity- : $500,000 Worth of I'rovtrty Des troyed Lou of Life- Incidents. - The Boston papers of Thursday come to us filled with accounts of the great storm in that city and vicinity on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes day. The Boston Bee savs: One of the severest storms ever tnown on our coast commenced on Tuesday night, and has continued -j to the present hour with unabated fury. On every hand we -hear o! great loss of property. Mtoy lives have been lost, vessels wrecked, ana the hand of destruction seems mad with rage. , , . . A great portion of the commercial part of the city is more or less sub merged. At 12 o'clock yesterday noon, Commercial, Central, Long, In dia, T, Rowe's and other wharves southward were under water, at places, from three to six feet deep. Most of the streets near the wharves were impassable from the creat Quantity of water driven up. The cellars in Ann, North Market, India, Broad, Sea, and several other streets, wer...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1851

POLK 0 rs.v . , tr.'.i ..-.T ,5"" .1-1 I V '. J. J. Uo Published by James Harper. c Truth and Justice." At $1 ao m Advance Volume XVI. Number 23. GALLIPOLIS, .OHIO, MAY 8, 1851. Whole Number 803. MA THE JOURNAL, la published every Thursday morning BY JAMES IIARPER. 1 lelegraph Building.PuMie Square. '" ' J", T . Tebms? 1 copy one year, paid in advance, 9 1 60 I if paid within the year 2 00 Fob Clobs. Four Copies. $5 60 ; : ; Six " 8 00 Ten " 13 00 - The person getting up a club of teh witt be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer tions. The cush, in these cases must Invariably accompany the names. Adyertmiico: One square 3 insertions, 1 00 Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " 1 year. 25 4 00 6 00 ' : To th-ye who advertise larger a libe ral reauci on will be made. For the Gallipolis Journal. TO MY CHILD. I lore to gaze upon thy cheek. So full of rcy hoe, ray child ; ' I lore to watch thy clear blue eye, " So sparkling snd so mild. :r The...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1851

W 37 On receiving notice tbt any .uch have committed an .ct . Ev here" before defined, the r J'ZlZrj of SUte, and , SitSKtf ..V-Cr i-2 dUWT Pooled SZSSL wb. ber.ocb com- - . LvelMed to pay iU note, in gold and u5!J,LJ;l wTtTnx -.d Treasurer, Secretary Wtoc tbVfacU so certaied , and if. fro- AMiw"" '" ' tWrelarv ?jK ajorit,rf them. all be and " a,H the 1 ,iuliy demanded, in gold and sUver v'-' .hall forthwith appoint a receiver " require of him or them '.r." protection of their inter : opTund aTbad anddoubtful debt. ; u .Ual and personal property of n.d com " 0i to par over all money. M made to C Aoditor of State; and the Audita, of State b cause notiee 18 P""1' bj ,d,rer tisemant in one or more newspapers, published in the city of Columbus, and also in one or more newspapers, in general circulation in the county where the office of .uch insolvent ; suw company wall be .una tea, tor six consecutive months, calling on all person! who may hare -i : ..int each romntnT to make leral proo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1851

State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. Pursuant to the command of writ of fi. la. from tbe court of common pleat in ana for the county of Gallia, to me direc ted, I ahall expose to public sale, at the court boo e in Gallipolis, on the Itth day of Jon A, D. 1851, at the hour of one o'clock p. mM the following described pro perty, to wit: the northeast qr of the southeast qr of Section No. 18, Town 7, of Range No. 16, in Oallia county; to be told as the property of Abraham Dupre, Jr., at the suit of Ira Holcomb. May 8. '51. A. LOGCE, S O C. State of Ohio, Gallia county, ss. Pursuant to the command of a writ of fi. fi., from tbe c.ort of common pleaa in and for the county of Gallia, to me di rected, I shall expose to poblie sale, at tbe court bouse in Gallipolis, on the 12th lay of June, AD lS51,at the hour of one o'clock p. m., the following described jvoperty, to-wit: the wet half of lot No. one in the tiUaee of Porter, in tbe Town ship of SpriogfieU". Valued at $350. To be sold as tbe pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 May 1851

Wool. The season for sheep-sheering ha fog dmIj arrived, and tbo time for k. na clio to come into market ..niriiv armroachin?. there is, ot course, a good deal of interest felt in regard to what are likely to be the prices.' Although the stock of native Wool now held in the the Eastern markets is not heavy, yet it is suf ficient to supply the wants of manu facturers onlil the new clip will be in market. And tb wiparative jifiewse fa ices of the raw ma terial and manufactures, have already caused a decline in the former, and but little disposition is manifested by dealers to purchase at the present nominal rates. ' We learn that the clip this season will considerably exceed in quantity that of 1850. Although the number of Sheep (mostly old ewes and weath ers)which were slaughtered in the West for their "hides and tallow," during the past year, was much lar ger than in previous seasons, the number thus disposed of was much less than the annual increase, and therefore can have no influ...

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