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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 October 1851

' i; vv.fa'.v .iu.;ir r4i , , . V :.'.t r :: " .'.. ' . I " ' - k 4 'T a 7 . a- - m . "Trnlh and Ju?licc.": v. '1 .' .;;e. ' Published by James Harper. At $1 00 in Advance. G A:L LIP O X. I S O II I O , Q C T O B R : 1 B 51 7 Volume XVI. Number 44. ; Whole Number 824 ti If . ti I I - t i I I 1 .V- . I - " I " :.. -.... - -: THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Is published eerf Thursday jnorning. Br JAJH ES HiBPEB, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Terms: 1 copy one year, paid in adranee, $1 00 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 Ho discontinuance until all arrearages are ettled ; and a tailure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting ' np a Club of teh to one address, will receive a copy gratis. The cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the names. ' Advertismg: One square three insertions, , $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square 1 year. ' ' 6 00 To those who advertise larger a ...

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 October 1851

THE GilUPOLIS JOEHAfc' ftmiro ivmt tmat oua, BY TAMES HARPER, lithe lo pricsrof 1 00,1b advance Office orr the Book. Store,. jAS. nd Editors.. OAIililPOLIS. racuDAV. - - - trr. a. tail- pob aovxaKOB, S. F; YINT0N, of Gallia county. FOR MEUTEKiWT OOVMHORi BPHRA1ATRL ECKLET, . of Carroll county. Secretary of State, EAEL BILL, of Erie. Attorney General, HENEY STaNBERY, of Franklin. Auditor of State, ; JOHN WOODS, of Butler. . Treasurer of State, ALBERT A. BLISS, of Lorain. Public Works, Dahtei. Segcr, three years. Bb. F. Con way, two years. David H. Lymah, one year. w, supreme joages, S. J. Ahdbews, of Cuyahoga, G. C. Convehs, of Muskingum. Pkteb Oduh, of Montgomery, : Bkixamt Stoker, of Hamilton. Ceo. B. Way, of Defiance. For Com. Pleas Judge, for the third sub division of the 7th district, composed of Washington, Athens, Meigs and Gallia counties, SIMEON NASH, of Gallia. Senator, Meigs, Vinton, Gallia and Lawrence, - ALONZO CUSH1NU, of lialiia. GALLIA COUNTY WHIG TICKET. - Representa...

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 October 1851

Tim Whtoiho Bkidgk. We see that the PennsylTtni paptus are be ginning to back water in their pro ject for destroying the Wheeling Bridge. The idea that that, or some thing like it, will be necessary to connect the Hempfield Railroad wilh the Ohio roads, is a circumstance that alters the case: The Tobacco Crop in Ohio, says the Cincinnati Commercial, is larger and finer this than at any previous season. "Ohio State is fast rivaling Kentucky and Missouri fn this great staple. It is fast -becoming one of the principal crops in the Miami val ley. Ohio tobacco ranks A No. 1 in the Baltimore market." CINCINNATI MARKET. Sept. 30. 1851. Moor. Sale to-day comprise 94 bbls iat 3 18: 8doat315; 50 and 70 do extra at 3 25; 100 do at 3 23. - ' ' ,M Provisions. After our report yesterday 100 bbls Men Port told at 14 87 1-2 nothing dona Grocerie. Sale of 100 boxes cheese it 6 1-2. Tbe ri emend for Sugar ii good, and prieea un Tmaager' ; wales of 30 bhds common at 5I-4e; le do at 1-2; 50 do in to lo...

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 October 1851

Arrival of the Illinois—Later from California. The dates from Sao Francisco by the steamship Illinois, which put into Nor " folk on Wednesday, are to the 13th of Autrust. .r . . .- -' ' " .-The Illinois brings I,138,S84 in gold dost on freight, and $250,000 in hands pf passengers- . - The splendid steamer North America, arrived at Panama, in 67- days from New York, and 10 days from Valparai so being the quickest oyage e t e r made.' Since the. 8th July, Valparaiso had been visited by a succession of storms, doing much damage to the shipping. j The Chilian government advertises for a loan of $300,000 for the comple-: tion of the public stores.' The rails are laid on the Copiapo railroad, a distance of 26 miles. The track is spoken oi as excellent. - California Items. The news from California is not important. . Every thing is going on smoothly, and tbe miners are doing a good bu .-mess. - The Indians from all parts -of the upper country" are assembling at Yuba City preparatory to the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 October 1851

fiiliiyitffliE 1 Published by James Harper. (Tru(h and Jmlice." AC $1 OO lu Advance. Volume XVI. Number 45. GALL IPO LIS , O HI O, OC T O B E It 9 . 1 8 51. Whole Number 825, THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, It putalisbed erery TroaaoAT morning. . --By JAMES DiBPKBi '' iaiineiUtely orer the Book Store, Public. ' Square. .. " --,;.'? ;Tem: .. . ' I copy one Tear, paid in advance. , $1 00 Af the eapiration of tbe year, 2 00 Mo dieontiuance unUl all arrearage! are ettled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new enrarement. Any person getting . up a Club of te to one address, win receive a copy gratis. The cash, in such ease, must InTariably accompany the names. Adyestisiko: One square three insertions, Each subsequent insertion, ' One square 6 months, -- On anti&re 1 Tear. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 To those who advertise larger a liberal re duction will ba made. For the Gallipolis Journal. Inscribed to Mrs. H. Edminston, of Ewington. Too long has been...

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

THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL OBLlSHEfr ETXT THVR8DAT MOtRINO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, In advance " Office over the Book Store, ,as. harfrr, and ) EdUor5.. r. 4. SASH, ) GAI,MPOLI. xrr. s ism. FOR governor, S. F. VINTON, ef Gtrltta county. OR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, EPURAm R. ECKLET, of Carroll county. Secretary ol State, " KARL BILL, of Erie. Attorney General, HENRY STANBERY, of Franklin. Auditor of State, JOHN WOODS, of Butler. Treasurer of Stat, ALBERT A. BLISS, of Lorain. Public Works, - Daniel Segue, three years. Ben j. F. Conway, two years. David H. Lyman, one year. Supreme Judges, S. J. Andrews, of Cuyahoga, , C. C. Con vers, of Muskingum. Peter Odun, of Montgomery, Bellamy Stoker, of Hamilton. Geo. B. Way, of Defiance. Plena Judpe. for the third sub va w o ' . )iviinn tif the 7th district, composed of Washington, Athens, Meigs and Gallia counties, SIMEON NASH, of Gallia. Senator, Meigs, Vinton, Gallia and Lawrence. ALONZO CUSHING, of Gallia. GALLIA COUNTY WHIG TICK...

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 October 1851

Arrival of the Baltie. The steamer Baltic, from Live?' pool, with dates to the I7th, has ar riyed at New York. She experien. ced heavy winds during the entire trip. , - . The Canada arrived at Liverpool on the 13th, having made the trip in 10 days and 5 hoars. 1 be excitement about cold in Australia is on the increase. - Mr. Gladstone's disclosures about the atrocity of the Neapolitan Gov ernment seems to be causing more and more uneasiness among the advo cates of that infernal despotism. - The Austrian loan exercised depressing influence and was not findinz buyers very easily. The harvest news "throughout Great Britain is very encouraging The German diet held a sitting on September 10th, when the report of the committee on a constitution was read, but owing to a too great differ ence of opinion it could not be agreed to. The English papers are filled with accounts of the Cuba invasion, from the United States. Negotiations are going on between' bpain, trance, and England with a view...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 October 1851

Traces or Si Johh Fbakelih Amsricak ExFEBinow. "Newa from the American Exploring' Expedition to the 17th Sept., 1850, has been re ceived in -England, in -n letter ad dressed' to the Amirality.. It ia transmitted , by, the master of the bark. True Love.. The : persons whose graves are mentioned, belong ed to Franklin's crew. " DAVIS' STRAITS, July 24, 1851. Lords: May it please your Lordships to receive at my hands the inclosed testimony, received on the 12th of Ju!v, joi the American searching vessels, or the account of their voyage in search of Sir John "Franklin. On the 13th of Septem ber," 1850, they left all the searching vessels at Cape Martyrs, Comwallis Island, they not-.being enabled to ' pursue any further westward direc tion from that date. A harbor called the Assistant Harbor, discovered by Captain Ommanney, three miles south of Cape Martyrs, was the place in selection bv them to winter in. The bay ice was forming very strong at that time, yet the Advance and ' Kescue 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. — 16 October 1851

GALL POL Oft M W A Uo Published by James Harper. Truth and Justice. At $1 00 in Advance. Volume XVI. Number 40. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, OCTOBER 1G. 1851. Whole Number 82G. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Is published every Thcesoat morning. Bj JAMES HABFEB, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Thus: I copy one year, paid in advance. $1 00 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 Ho discontinuance until all arrearage are aettled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting op a Club of tem to one address, will receive a copy gratis . The cash, in such case, must invariably accompany the names. ' Adteituiiw: One square three insertions. Each subsequent insertion. One square 6 months. One square 1 year. 51 00 25 4 00 6 00 To time wb.3 advertise 1 duet ion will be made. arger a liberal re Poetical Portraits. BY J. E. CARNES. Clay. As Sol's descending orb Grows broader tow'rd the West. So sinks the peerless statesman do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 October 1851

TEE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, PUBLISHED EVI1T TUESDAY KOBHWO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of $100, to advance Office over the Book Store, FaMIe San - IAS. H4B1-EB, I. A. SASH, and Editor.' GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1851 Esruafts mom the State. The telegraphic operator here, who is one of . . . j i r. (V,8 publishers ol me courier, reiuses to give us returns on the same terms as we have always received despatches, but charges a tariff so exorbitant, that n refused to take them. We shall publish an extra as soon as we ascertain the probable result m the Estate. Election. The result of the election in Galli polis must be humiliating to every Whig. "Persons calling themselves Whigs, but who evince their attach ment to that party by voting for a Locofoco, if they don't happen to be a candidate, nave caused me lauing off in the Whig, and the increase in the Loco vote. They have been busy for months to produce the re sult. Some of these Locofocos in disguise, were candidates at the Wh...

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 October 1851

Extract of a Letter from an Emigrant on the Read to Oregon, to his Friend in the Read to Oregon, to his Friend in this Place. SOUTH PASS, (road to Oregon.) July 16. '51. I wrote to you from Council Bluff, tome nine hundred miles from the Mis sissippi, which I presume you received. We re now at the South Pass, camping for the night, and to-morrow's journey will take us where we shall see the waters running tributary to the Pacific. On tearing Council Bluff, we entered the country occupied by the Pawnee nation of Indians. While passing through it, we were detained fourteen days, by incessant rain, and consequent high waters. Although we did not leave our encampment until the rain subsided, and a clear sky invited us forward, yet, prudence should have warned us of the danger of attempting to cross streams, swelled to the tops of the banks, as in doing so, five of our young men were drowned, and simultaneously with that calamity, another of our company was killed by lightning. No other ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 October 1851

A Talk About Woman. Her conformation plainly shows that she is not designed by her Crea tor to labor as bard as man should, and the delicacy ol her structure and perceptions as plainly show, that m the lighter and more elegant em ployments, so to speak, she can excel him. Why are these laws not closely observed and obeyedt Why are we all disposed to sanction the violation of a law bearing such evi dences of its Divine authority? Yet let woman be educated for usefulness, and let usefulness be required of faer. . , Whoever is wise will educate his daughter in such pursuits as will bring her labor in competition with the labor of man. The world has set a low price upon "female labor," as though the product of skill had any sex. Let her learn an art such as men pursue, and let her learn it well. Any woman may thus be made independent. To wash, to sew, to knit, or to "do house-work," is important -we can not dispense with such services; but inasmuch as they do not pay well, it is but rig...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 October 1851

, i i j r j .vr e fin i l l - . j' L QJj i'. i In .' li i I X - - i- - t , ,., -,fci- r--i . '. -. -rrt." i-.':..". Published by James Harper. w "' , . ;e . f .,. , , Volume 'XVI.- Number 47. .; .- v: r gal li p o Lyi s ; ;:o nxov :o c to be r 23 f lssi. Whole ;Niimljer JBfft. '.5T M V 11 .1 li till i - y vi. . ..,IA :J i ' : ' ", .i ,r J...1. I:: six e-tf r- W "V THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, i no i By JAMES OABFEBr f -r J:liiedUtely over the Book Store, Fnblie . . "s - ' Tebiis: .' -,. 1 mnV AM Trtr. naid ia dvine. 41 00 x v A the expiraUon of the year, . . 2 00 K edueantinuuiee until atl arrearages are ettled ; and a taUure to noUf the publisher of discoutinuanee will be considered as a new eugagement. Any person getting up a Club of te t one address, will receive a copy gratis- The cash, in such ease, must inwiably accompany tlx names. T : Aorsrrisi.w: - Dne square three insertions, ; Ekcb subsequent Insertion One square 6 months, : ! -.t - One square 1 year. ''.' ' To those who adver...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 October 1851

THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, KIUSHID IV1RY THVBSBAT HOEKIHO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, in advance unice over iiiq ix-K- FvMlc Nn jas. ihrfw, and j Edltori tfc - SASH, G.4LLIFOLIS. UiLUA UOCBTT. I"" ' taintnc the correct return from thU county Is published oo the outside of, w rm- this number of the Journal, lae v nig candidates are all elected, for county officer; Never were so great effort put forth in Gallia county to break down the Whig party as during the late can vass, and that too by those who formorly acted with the party. The end this fall bas not been so much to defeat men, as to break down the party. This was boldly proclaimed. We regret, as must erery Whig, that those who have acted with us so long should bare led the Whigs and joined their opponents. We trust these individuals will again return fo their first1ove.bat whether they shall again be with us or, continue their oppo sition to Whig men and Whig measures, the party has yet a majority in the coun ty w...

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 October 1851

IC7" We call the attention of our readers to the following article from the Washington Republic. It speaks the feelings, of the whole American people on this interesting and exci ting subject: Cuba and England. r. We laid before our readers yester day an article from the London Times, on the Cuban question, that they might be acquainted with the ' "Views of thts subject entertained fcy a portion of tho pnglish press. As well as we can understand the arti cle, it expresses an apprehension on the part of our English friends that the government of the United States is too feeble to restrain armed expe ditions of its cilizens against neigh brtrrng countries, and that European .nations will be justified in assisting : such countries bv an armed interven tion, to defend their soil against these aggressions. We apprehend that the Times is - indulging in ill-founded solicitude. The American government is abun dantly able to execute its laws, and . to punish their infraction. The gov ern mer...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 October 1851

:ATTWHT T AMA9SI5ATI0H.-OD Tuesday last,. our usually met cny bcSl the scene of most unprece dented and outrageous brutality. . " tVVe'eive below a plain, untarnish ed statement of the facts as they ..4 tKmh details have been ii tt frm tha reoresenUtions 01 .rlv every disinterested witness ol V.flfclr. 'With rezard to the main features of the case there is a striking uniformity in the opinions or all who Wh;l standing at the corner ol House, in this city, the III n'i"""j . 5 editors of this paper were simultane ,esly attacked by Benj. F. Danley the sheriff of this county, C. C. Uan Wurt.tnr of State, William Dan. Vey, a steamboat engineer, and Solon 17. S. Senator, " " The attack way made upon Air. -Whiteley by Benj. F. Danley and C. ,C. Danley striking at him with heavy t bludgeons, botn at tne same insiam - Whiteley fired a pistol at Benj. F, ' Danlev, without effect, and, closing with him. succeeded , ra wrenching from him his stick, and with it beat him to the grotmd; during thi...

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

CrALL II. Wfi 11.11 M ..W: I r ."Id,'':. rtCif; 10 .a."ii;i AH hll It J. I Y.I : T r a t h ' -a n d J h 1 1 c e . J ', 1 -.. . : j tr.it- ir Published by James narper. At $1 00 la Adraie. Whole, Number. 82f. Volume XtfL Number; 48. G A L L I PO L IS , OHIO, O C T O B E It , 3 0 ; T ' 1851. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, ' li' 'published' every Tuxstmkt mwraing. -0. .. By jA.neS HiBPEB, ' Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. " ." ' J i copy one year, paid in advanee. $1 00 '"' At the expiration of the year, 2 00 Wo discontinuance until all arrearages are Settled; and a failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered at a new engament.' 1 Any pencil getting up a Club of ten to one address, will receive a copy gratis. The Cub, in such case, must invariably accompany the names. , ADvciTisiNa : One square three insertions. Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months. One square 1 year. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 'To th-we whi advertise larger a liberal re duction wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1851

TIK GALLIPOLIS JOCKIAU rriusaxn wwrt Ktrxmro, BY JAMES HAB. J4.lk-Uwpr4eof100, In advance 'Office onr 'ths Book Store, and I ms. . A. NASff, Editors. CJAL.MPOLIJ. fur VAT. M7T. 3j IS St O-Noticb to DfcLrNQCRirrs. As it is the Intention of the Proprietor of this paper to call on every person in. the county who is indebted either for sub scription, advertising or job work, for the year ending on the 1st of June, 1851, it will save considerable troo bleand expense for those knowing them selves so Indebted to hand the amount to their Postmaster, who will forward It to us, at our risk. . Those who can not make it convenient to comply with the above, will please leave the amount with some member of their family, so as to subject us to no- unnecessary trouble to procure it. Postmasters are authorized to act as A gen j for the Journal. We shall leave on our collecting tour about the 13th of November. Supreme Court. The second section of article 4th of the New Constitntion provides that "the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1851

The News from California. ARRIVAL OF THE ILLINOIS. Senator Gwin and lady cam pas sengers on the Illinois. The San Francisco Herald of the 15th gives the following summary of events during the last fortnight. -The leading event of interest and one which has been the chief topic of discussion in political circles du ring the past fortnight, is the election for State and county officers which was held on the 3d instant. In this county the whigs obtained an aver age majority of 6 5 for State officers. For county officers the honors are about equally dmJed. The returns from several of the frontier counties have not yet been received, and there is still doubt as to the result for Governor. The vote is very close; both parties claim the victory, and the official returns can alone decide the victory. The remainder of the Democratic State ticket, including Messrs. E. C. Marshall and McCor k'e, for Congress, are elected. The Legislature will be Democratic in both branches, and will no doubt e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 October 1851

From the N. O. Picayune. LATER FROM THE RIO GRANDE. By the arrival last evening of the g'toamshlp Fanny, CapL Foote, we have a copy of the Rio Bravo;' of the Jst ioaU publisheJ at Brownsville, TexM.-'-"'- The revolution in Northern Mexi co appears to be at a stand. .Ihe revolutionary forces were at Camar gd, and Gen. Avalos, ;n anticipation pf thfir approach, is busily engaged in llortifying .Matamoras. .; The Rio Bravo says that he has erected bar ricades and batteries, and is, appa rently, resolved: to fight to the last. He has a force of about 25U men. Most of the women and children have left . the city, and Brownsville is crowded with idem. " The Rio Bravo says that it is not known wheu hostilities will be again commenced. . - The Rio Bravo gives the following account of the taking of Camargo: ... We have just seen and conversed irm-u intAflifTAnt rrpn tinman. who was actively engaged through out the whole battle of Camargo. Jt lasted for some twenty hours, and was very hotly co...

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