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

I-?.'.- el -K; ..'i u . f i ; : t ; I. ' I I , ! JLio ti:.. 7 ubtished by Janke Harper. 'V-u' ,'r: A; -m . .'i .: . J.-'-! '' ;Trnlh and Jnallce. .: ; ...-' - ' . : ' At $1 00 In Ad ranee. Volume XVI. Number' 49. ;V- O A L L I P O L I &, O H O , NOVEMBER 6, 1851. Whole Nunr829. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, li published ,vry Thuisdat morning. By iAHES BlBPHi Immediately rer the Book Stare, Public Square. , ' Truss: . . - T copy one year, paid in advania. . $1- 00 " At the expiration of the year, . 9 00 'Ho discontinuance until all arrearage are settled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered at a new engagement. Any person' getting op a Ciub of Tin to erne address, win reeeire a copy gratia. The OH, in such case, must invariably accompany the name. . . Advestbukj : 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 ndvertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. Fr...

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 November 1851

TSECALLIPOLIS -tBLISRED BVIBT THVBSDAT M0BH1N0, BY JAMES HARPER, At4he low price of $1 00, in advance "'Office "over the" Book Store, " PaWIe ga.aare. jasVhabpeb, and S." A. NASH, jEdi tors. wv. , isai. American Art Union. The American Ait-Union, in its prom ises and performances for 1851, seems to be reaping the harvest of its previous successes, in enlarged resources and consequent advantages to subscribers. Its Works of Art for distribution next December, as appears by the Bulletin, show a steady advance in number in the collections of previous years, and in merit also, if we may judge by the New York papers. The best Artists ate represented in it, and in some of j their best works: The list of 79 works, already announced, includes new and favorite productions of Durand, Leutze, Hinckley, Mrs. Spencer, Mount, Chap man, Woodville, Church, Rossiter, Gig noux, Kensett, Hicks, Ranney, Audu bon, Peele, and others well known to the country, and identified with its repu tation in the Ar...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 November 1851

Too Good to be Lost. A friend of ours relates the following story, which it good one: A traveler, whom we afterwards knew, once arrived at a Tillage inn, after a hard day's travel, and being very tired, t I M dl requested a room to aieep in; out uie landlord said the? were entirely full, and It was utterly impossible to aeeommo- . . i . . i i t,.m his an nun in wn an th sofa, and himself on the floor: bat he would see what his wife could do for him The good woman on being ap plied to said that there was a room which hftmifht occudv. provided that he would agree to the conditions, viz: to enter the room late, in the dark, and leave it early in the morning, to prevent scan dal, as the room was occupied by a lady. This he agreed to. About two o'clock that night, an awful noise was heard in thft house, and our friend, the traveler, was found tumbling heels over head down stairs. On our landlord's arriving at the spot, and inquiring what the mat ter was, the trave'er ejaculated, as soon ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 6 November 1851

From the N. O. Picayune From the N. O. Picayune The Plague in the Canary Islands. - , -. i . i ' Our Havana correspondent, under date of the 2d inst., says: "I send ou a statement of terrific epi demic, th. plague,' at the Canary Islands. They got it tishing on the coast of- Africa, where the fishermen report that the dead bodies were - as numerous as the sands of the sea." it is feared thai the negro traders will bring it to Havana.. The fol lowing is our translation of the statement referred to: - The year 185t opened under the most favorable auspices for the Cana-. ry Islands.their increase in commerce and population being well known. The fine arts also flourished. But the destiny which (or a moment seemed to rest from the persecution of theae Islands, which , had dated Irom the time when they took the name of "The Unfortunate, again fell upon them with more fury than ever. '. Before its terrible anathema, commerce was paralyzed, the thea ters vvere closed, concentration sei zed ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1851

- I. ' , - - ....... - - . - -- . :k . . . . , : '. - '. j -- T ... . : . . . : : : . . ' Published hy James Harper. v c U , Tru lh and Justice, . . v At $1 00 in Advance. tolunie XVI. Number 50. GALLIPOLIS; OH IO .NOVEMBER 13, 18 51 . Whole Number 830. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL. 'Is published every TasDT mora ins. : ' Br 3f K H1BPCB, " "Immediately over the Book Store, Public '-''- Square. ' .J.. . Tius: - t copy one yew, paid in advance. $ 1 00 At the expiration of the year, ' 2 00 f No discontinuance until all arrearage! are Mttled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of Hlxmatinuanee win be considered as a new ngagemeot .- Ant person setting up a Club of Tin t M address, will receive a copy gratia. The cash, in such ease, nuit ioTariably accompany Advestmiho: One square three insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 , One square 6 nootbs 4 00 . One square 1 year. 6 00 'To thise who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. From the London Punch. The Last Appendi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1851

IE! GALLIPOLIS J3URM, rttUSBU ITEtT THTTESDAT MOmiCCTO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, inadvance , , Qfice over the Book Store, PaMIc Saar. f. &. NASH, J GALLIPOLIS. THIKKDIV. - - . - nor. IfclSM. Locofoco Reforms. Now that Locofocoism hat triumph .ed, we may expect the next Legislature Will commence the reform and carry ont-tbe measures which we were told, were the peculiar recommendations of j Ohio Loeofocolsm. Some one sums np some of these professions, these re forms which the successful party stand pledged to carry out. as follows: . -- f A cheaper, more democratic, and efficient State Government than under tbeoid one' i."t; Equal laws and equal taxation. ."3. A reform of the tax laws, and a reduction of taxes . . . - 4. The tax it ion of Banks and all ther corporations as other property. . . i 5. A Supreme Court which will T8 verse the decisions of the U. S. Su preme Court, by affirming that a char ter is not a contract. ' 6. The repeal or amendment of all cha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1851

Great Fight at Chagres. Tb lata papers give detailedstile menu of a great ght between the ' Americaa and native boatmen at Chagres. It teems that the difficulty arce because the natives would car ry passenger cheaper than the rates xw by the" American boatmen. C If this is the 1rue Tereiou, we think our people decidedly 1 n the wrong. We certainly had no right ty impose terms on the natives of that, port, especially as they owe no allegiance to ui and are not within our territo ry! We-regret this outbreak, and fearful that "the feeling excited will not end at once, but will be followed by many acts of violence Iiereafter. We clip the following account . of Ihi difficulty from the Hew York Times: - ' From the Isthmus. i "The most important feature in the Isthmus news relates to a terrible affray between the native and for Jign boatman at Chagres, resulting In the death of a number of persons on either side, some or them . Cali fornia passengers bound home. On the 12th of October, the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 13 November 1851

The Americans and Amusements. The Albany Daily Regular con cludes an article, entitled "Thirty daysoC pleasure," as follows?, r Thi American people lite to travel, and see sights, but for mere amuse ments they care very little. They are naturally too grate and earnest i. v. AaViohl in them. Philoso- - uhers insist upon the necessity of relaxation, in order to preserve a sound mind in a sound body. Es- : gayists mourn over the lack of amusements for the people, say that vregiow sour and morose by our . incessant devotion to work and busi ness, and urge that if cheap, innocent diversions were more generally in dulged in, our national temperament would become more genial and good morals would be promoted.' We doubt again. Nature can not be violated with impunity. Our people may, by culture, be made moral, in dustrious and rrugal, or the reverse; but they are not genial ana never were. They are not fond of cheap, mnocent diversions. Ifthev were. they would have them. They will turn out ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 November 1851

ilLJo 7 3v. ; "en : r . i 7 fi . 1 1 ii Published by James Harper. "Truth and Jutlice, At $1 00 la Adraucc. Volume XVI.- - Number 51. G AL LI P O L I S O H I p; N O VEMB ER: 2 0 ; 1 851 . r Whole Number, 831: HIM. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, , Is- published every Thoudat morning. . BT JAMES UABPEK, Immediately ove the Book Store, Public Square. Tnw: . 1 copy one year, paid in advance. $1 00 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 " No discontinuance until all arrearage! are settled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. ' Any Derson eettinr up a Club of tub to one address, will receive a copy gratis. The cash, ia such ease, most invariably accompany the ADYEBTIIINO : One square three insertions, $ I 00 Each subsequent insertion, ..- 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 : One square 1 year. 6 00 To th-Me who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made.. From the London Examiner. "HUMBLE WEALTH." Hot oaks alone are'. trees, or roses ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 November 1851

m gallipolis joraii, M1UIBID IfllT TBTORSDAT MORjrnr, BY JAMES HARPER, At tbr low price of 9i 00, ia advance 'J Office over the Book Store, tkts harmr, end I Editors. CALMPOLIS. Kossuth and the Hungarians. I- The D, S. steam Frigate Mississippi arrived at New Tork on the 10th last., vith the Hungarian refugee lately re leased with Kossuth. Kossuth left the Mississippi at Gibraltar and went to England. He was to leave for the Uni ted Slates in the steamer Washington on' the 13th, and may therefore be ex pected in New Tork the last of the pre sent week. . The Mayor of Southamp ton gare an elegant entertainment to Kossuth on the 25th ult. Kossuth's speech on the occasion is an able, elo quent end interesting document. It gives a clear and comprehensive state ment of the Hungarian difficulties. His conduct in England has been such as to gain friends among those who had become prejudiced against him by the repeated attacks ot his enemies. - -...The Eastern papers have, since the Mississi...

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

News by the Cambria. NEW YORK, NOV. 14—A. M. Breajxstittfs The Corn market dull, and prices in soma instances have been in favor or buyers, but at the, close prices , show but little chanee as compared with last week. There - is a moderate demand for Floor, and Stocks have slightly de creased in consequence. Priced are rather firmer; western canal 13s.. 17s. 6d ISs. a 19s. Indi- en Corn and corn meal, no cnange. . a I Wheat fluctuating, and some a pen ny dearer. There is a brisk demand for - Provisions, and higher terms nave been obtained for bacon. No American pork in first hands. Ba con is wanted, and now finds ready buyers at extreme prices. Lard has receded two shillings. Sugar in good aemana, out pn per cwtv lower. Teas the market is inactive; common Congo 8Jc.9d Coffee the sales of all tinds are small, and market languid; prices are unaltered- Rice s ales of nity tierces Carolina at 17s. 6d; the mar ket verv auiet. Money market easy, and money abundant Discounts are easy at th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 20 November 1851

PlVOCES IPOETST P.OCMDIQS. A committee' of. the Newcuooi Prbvtertan Synod of New York tad t i , kwh trio in session ai Bioomfield. N, J n,ad? n interesting report through the Rev. Pr. Eddy, on. e .following question: "Shall a minister of the Gospel perform the marriage semce ior a penrou wuu It ma) tukafl divorced for crime?" The committee i recommended. the adoption of the following minute: I. Whereas, the solemn contract of marriage is regarded as of divine insti tuting as 'well a made permanently Binding on the statutes of the State, the State, while it may determine lbe man ner in which it may be solemnized, so as to secure civil immunities, has no power to release from its moral liabili ties and ; obHgations, except for two causes epecined in the Word of. uod a 2. Whereas, the Gospel declares ex- dtcssIy that no man shall put away bis wife and marry another, except 'for the cause of fornication-, we recognise this principle, that the marriage bond can be dissolved only by the i...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1851

t it v - JUo -"4 . 1ubiished by Jaine Harper. : "Trulh and Jaitlce.". At $1 00 In Advance. Yojiime XVI.--Number 52. ; Y GALL IP OLI S, OHIO, N OVE3IBER 27 ,1851. Whole Number 832 MM mi. IipublUhed erery Thoidt morning. '3 Br A JIKS B abpeb,' Immediately orer the Book Store, PoMte Square. . 9 V Tiki: - ?i copy one year, paid in eJanee. 00 J i- .miration of tne year, 2 00 ' 7a Aixuntinuanee until all arrearage an Jhx.a . .. . f.liure to notif the publisher of iUcontmoanee will be eonwdered m a new nvatment. . - Anynerton getting np a Club ofT-t .if" n addr,will reeeire acopygratif. The V i ' can, in inch ease, mutt inrariably accompany -' the aames. 'ADTEimiRa: One square three insertions,' Eaeh subsequent insertion. One square 6 months, , $1 00 25 ' 4 00 6 00 One square 1 year. . Tataise who artrertis larger a liberal re daction will be made. Rhymes for the Times. BY MAJOR G. W. PATTEN, U. S. ARMY. .This world is very fanciful, . ..And changing all the lime, And some are fond of poli...

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 November 1851

THE . GALLIPOIIS JOCRXAL, rPBLISHBD SVEEY THVMDAT MORNING, BY JAMES HARPER, Af fee low price of 81 0(T, in advance ' Office over the Book Pwalla Saaare. Store, Vas. harfer, and i. a. xaso, Editors. GALL I POMS. fHDBDDiv. - - - - nmr. ar, 183 1 Virginia Central Railroad. The determination of this Com pany to pusir forward this road to wards the West, as evinced at their late meeting, where it was announ ced that thirty miles west of Staun ton, about half the distance between Staunton and Covington, would be put under contract during the pre sent year, has greatly strengthened the probability of. its early comple tion to the Ohio. " Our Virginia neigh-, bora all along the line are availing itremselves of . every means which may aid the work. The Winchester Virginian, after alluding to the pros perity of the road so far as completed, says: It must be delightful to all who seek the progress and aggrandise- .i - . i - i r meal UI uio .iijuuau in nmsia vi the Slate, to note such indicatio...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1851

" . MississiPPi.-The State of Missis sippi is wsggin? aiding without any Governor. When Governor Quit man resigned, the President ot the Senate, Mr, Guion, became Gover nor. But on the 4th inst., his term as Senator expired, and he concluded - ho had no longer power to act as Governor.- The Secretary of Stat has railed a special session, of the fsAnnln ' In phnmn a Prreirtnt-tvhn shall act as Governor until Gen. Foote is Inaugurated. In the mean while, there can be no courts, because the Sheriff's chosen at the late elec tion cannct serve until their bonds ire accepted by the Governor, and there isno Governor to accept them. ' Lochias. The returns of the late election in Louisiana show i large Whig majority in the Legisla . lure, ana secure a vv nig united : i IirLr TT J states oenaior in piace oi Air. oouie, A viu: ci :(T : xi vv ui ougi iu ivaa cici.icu in Orleans by a heavy majority. The Congressional delegation remains as before one Whig and three Demo crats. ' . TnK Hfew Statu ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 27 November 1851

The Duke of Wellington. AND THE KENTUCKY M. S. L. Among the "thousands of Ameri- . ' . i . t tr . lot- cans vno o ve visneo. uio.vroriij s ,Fir the Crystal Palace--is a friend of oars, a brnsqoe, say, good-Eatnr-ed. honest Kentuciian, whom we ' can best describe by calling him the l Prince of Good I dimes a gentle man in every sense of the word, ret . ene who fcaows little, and cares less, for the conventional rules o( class ociety- one who regards himself a sovereign, and a man among men - one . Who would tTk fo a Kin ad call him muter, Aad stand by bi side with hi old felt hat oa Who d kin the Queea tin nea iJ a o.isier, Asa ask tor to price of toe throne the sat on F On the Fourth ot July, he visited th Crystal Palace, in company with tome countrymen of his. They had just dined it was a select party at ihe Prince Adelaide, and after dinner they quaffeJ a few bottles of Heid sick, to "the dav we celebrate," and - other kindred toasts. In starting lor the Fair, ihey were all in goo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 December 1851

,--..:Vv - "jj " ' T' " ' " ' " " ' "T NT ' 7 'published by, James Harper.J 'Truth anlJoi(iee.? At $1 00 la Advance.' G A LLIPOLI'S, OHI by DE CEMRER 4 , y 1851. - Volume VXVIL--Number 1. J Whole Number 833. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Ii pnbHsbed every"; THcaaoir . morning. r.'.BfJJlliaBABPEB, f Immediately orer the Boo Store, Public ' . Square." " , Teem:'- 4-' t1 copy one year, gaid in advance. ,f I 00 At the expiration of the year," 2 00 -No discontinuance until 11 arrearage! are aettled ; and a aOure to notify fee publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new . ' srorafsment. ..- Anr uerson cettins UP a Club of ten to ' " one addreas, will receire a copy gratia . , The 4," cash, in ueh ease, must inrariably accompany . . the names.'. . - - y ADrEETUlKO: One square three insertions. Etch subsequent insertion. One square fi mon&s, . "One square 1 year.. ." To thue whi advertise Jarger Auction will be made. ' - $t on . 25, 4 Od 6 00 -a liberal re- England's Welcome to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 December 1851

- ' rcBUsatir kVeit tkwisdat fcounno, VB.Y- JA M E 5UfA R P E R . ; At Ihe low price of 1 00, in advance ' ' -zJ ' - Office oyerj.he Book Store, . "r ' faale Bsjamre. JAS. H4KPEB, and Editors. sEC. 4, 1U1 From Washington. 4 " The House oC Representatives met at' 12 o'clock on Monday and proceeded to the election of officers. Upwards of twenty candidates for. speaker were voted", for. Mr. Bovd the Loco nominee received 118 out of 212 votes cast, and was de clared elected and conducted to the chair, when he made a short cueech ; ; The members were then sworn in, when tha House" proceeded to ballot forTCIerk. , . I J. W.Forney, Loco from Pennsyl vania, received 129 and all the others 79:' uDon which he was declared duly elected. , ' ; Mr. Glassbenner was elected Ser geant-at-Arms,' Mr. McKnew Door Keeper, and J. M. Johnston Post ' master, all of whom were nominated by the Democratic caucus, and were elected together by absolution. In the Senate a debate sprung up on the admission of Mr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 December 1851

DELINQUENT LIST. A list of tods and town lota returned delinquent by the TreaOTrer of Gallia County, lor the taxes of the year one thousand eight hundred and n"!-10 which is added a penaltyof twenty' five per centum, and Interest, togeiner V with the simple Tax ol one thousand eigai nunarea ana ny-uuo. w. i - rf-k .T VWSiBS 1 AXES. -' . ' R. No.' 1 Ohio-: -Crawlord George 14 same ""' 14 1 Jones RL -14 Kine Enos 14 - Mc Arthur Duncan 15 ' Nowlan Ellis ' 14 Spencer Tobias W 14 Waugh Amos 14 - Waugh Levi J4' Co finnan Christop'r m 1 5 Canterbury James 15 Lang'ey Wm H . Jo Moxley John 15 Parish John J ,1 RhiimnkAr John 15 Shumaker Wjri ' 15" ' Stewart Scott 15 Watts wm I o Angel Henry 15 i Elias John "-"' J4. - Gibson John's h's 14 . 'Hamilton George ',14 .Wise Geo 14 No. 4 Ualutolis. Humphrey Nathan 14 LeClercq Augustin 14 "Sarigert Marcus y ' 14 same- ; 14- . No. 5- Addison "Brown & Ives . , 14 Knap Susannah etal 14 No. 6 Cheshire. Jones t-iiag t i Ward Nahum 14 Williams Benj's h'...

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

Members elect to the Ohio Legislature. , We publish below; a full. list of the members elect to the first Legisla ture .nnaer the new constitution: SENATORS. Hamilton Edward L. Armstrong, . Adam N Riddle, and John L at- tier, democraU. ; ' - Butler and Warren Jonathan ' xfntc-omerv and Preble David rurmont and Brown Sanders w t.ihnnton, dem. -Greene, -Clinton and Fayette r-u FmW. whiff. . and Highland Samuel x. -" O uihtmn- whiff. Adams, Pike, Scioto and Jackson Ji.-ar F. Moore, whig. . Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs andVin: .,,. Alonzo Cushine, whig. . - - Franklin and Pickaway John Tradlebaush, dem. Clark, Champaign and Madison. John D.Burneit, whig. ' -Miami, Darke and ,Stelby Ran . tin WalkuD. dem. ". . T-no-an. Union. Marion and.Har- din John J. Williams, whig. ' Washington and Morgan Edwin Corner, whig. - ' Muskingum and Perry Wm. L. Finch, whig. ' Delaware and Licking John U Alward, dem. Khox and Morrow Lawrence ' Van Buskirk, dem. -. Coshocton and Tuscarawas John " D. Rich.'dem. -'...

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