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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1852

St 1 v e.i - v. .. t -M ri sj ft... , v Published by James Harper. "Trn t-h and Justice." - , ; i .' ' - - - 1. At 91 00 In Advance. Volume XVII.--Number 7. GALL IPO LIS, O II I O , JANUARY 1 5 ,1 852. Whole Number 839. r--..- J t&M '1 TO THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, U published every Tbomdiv morning. ' Br JAMES HABPEB, ' Immediately over the Book Store, Pablie ' ' ' Square. :: .Teems: ' t copy one year, paid in adranee. $1 00 "t; At the expiration of the year, 2 00 . -u. until all arrearages are settled ; and a tailure to notif the publisher of discontinuance will be consiaereo engagement. Any person gettinj ap a Clob of tew to Me address, will receive a copy gratis. The Cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the names. . ; , advertising : ' One sqnare three insertions, $1 00 ' Each subsequent Insertion, 25 : One square 6 months, 4 (TO One square I year. G 01 :T tnne 'ivnvn-lvertiss larger a liberal re daction will be made. Daniel Webster's Early Life. We find in an address r...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1852

become fond of it. The desire to learn increases. If the foundation ' , be laid in yoath, every one of either sex, as t general rule, and hi en J or dinary condition, may become pos sessed of a common Eoglisb educa- tun, aaay btollieoot - iateHectntd. Tbmiiteiira sufioiant bom tha amplor- . neat afal.if th ditptMoa ssist. Tht Ga- eral Assembty nifhl efa much to lnprore oar sctwot, aert to pro mot th mat of education", Cif pruyidini for ssitable libraries in very sabots district, such u would be adapted te U capacities tad lutes of youth. 2f Mrmehotetts avery school u furnished tj th Bute with Website's Dictionary, a far standard work of orthography and pron-n-elation. 1 at tame it recommended by a can mittoo of the New York Le.islatur. (or the t Empire Stat. . - , It ii admitted to be the most raluable work a the kiad extant by the learned ntea both here and in Europe; and it central oe in our school would break liowa. ail provineisl isma, aoto (peak, and produce nniforaity and elef...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1852

rtnnot receive the hospitality of the Executive mansion of the third State in the Confederacy, let him be honor ed with what will be infinitely more acceptable, a -voluntary and enlhusi stic greetine from the citizens of Ohio, who cherish his virtues, respect hii talents and patriotism, and enjoy the like free institutions he has, in vain, sought to establish in his father land. . - . " Many, very many, subjects of legislation are entirely omitted on this occasion. They are however, such as will not escape your atten tion, and wilt doubtless receive due consideration and regard. .V ; ,. In setting the new Government in motion, it will be vastly better to begin aright, to do but little, and perform it well, than to do much, without proper care and mature de liberation. To you I look to supply any omis sions and defects of my own, in tms communication, and I cannot but express the hope, that the same Al mighty power who has conferred such multitudes ol blessings on our State and Natio...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 January 1852

The Power of Russia. very greatly exageratcd. "apt to 'forget tile prodigious extent of The empire, Covering more tun o.uw, 4000 of square miles, and embracing 'according to the Almanack it Gotho, "population of 65,919,266 souls. A pop ulation so scanty, over .a surface so asl.Uecesaariiy require jarge .mm "tary force to be kept constantly on foot "for police purposes. and the Russian army, when upon a peace-footing, Is barely adequate to this end. ' Too nom inal number of troops for the service is HT85.000 men. from which the Very best authorities require us to deduct one-half to arrive at the actual torce. iivmo 'This force over the immense circum-po- larterritories of the Czar, and tne mili tary artri will be" fairly estimated, and lose its exagerated value. Poland alone contains nearly a lourth ot tne popula tion of the ernnire: and demands the constant presence of a large portion of the army to preserve the Russian do minion intact. ; The " war footing of Ihe army embraces nomi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 January 1852

MILIPO ..jls JO in!. Mirr Published by James Ilarper. "Truth and Justice. j- At SI 00 In Ad rail ee. Volume XVII.--Number 8. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JANUARY 22. 1852. Whole Number 840. DMA. I 1 1 ALJLJO THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Ii published erery Thorsdat morning, Br JAMES B1BPIB) Immediately over tbe 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 settled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be considered as a engagement. Any person getting up Club of test t m address, will receive a copy gratis . The Cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the name. Adtestuiwo: One square three insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent Insertion, 25 . One square 6 months 4 00 One square 1 year. " G 00 To those whi advertise Iarer a liberal re- duction will be made. THE WIFE TO HER DYING HUSBAND I have loved thee in thy beauty, Thy glory and thy power And shall I now desert th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 January 1852

THE JOURNAL. PUBLISHED XVSBT THV14DAT MOEItTJIO BY JAlifES HARPER, JK the Tow price of 9 1 00, in advance Office .over the Book Store, jas. &kpek, and A. XASH, Editors, ;G.4LIiIPOLIif.' rncRRDiT. JAlf. 9 1833 Thb Weathe. Last Saturday night and Sunday several inches of snow fell, which with that previously on the ground makes' fine sle'ghing. Monday night 1 .i I J F V a anaann was not on y ins comcsi m mo m.v") bnt colder than any within the memory f tha oldest inhabitants. About day light Tuesday morning. Mr. J. Regnier inlorms us, the mercury fell to twenty degrees below zero just back of his res idence. The river has closed over again. Doccments. Mr. Cushing, Sena tor Irom thii district, desires us to state that owing to the Constitution al provision relative to postnge, he will forward the documents intended for distribution among his constitu ents, to the different printing offices, as opportunities shall offer. From thence they will be distributed among those designated. 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. — 22 January 1852

lieved, may bo spared without incon veaience. Again, gentlemen, permit me to give you my thanks, and to express the hope, that your session may De harmonious, and your labors, thougn arduous, nevertheless pleasant, and beneficial to our flourishing and pros State. REUBEN WOOD. 1 Fivk Hpndbed Persons Destbot ed by a Water Spout. On Satur day, intelligence was received at Lloyd's, London, under date Malta. ; Monday, the 8th ultimo, of a most aw. ful occurrence at the Island of Sicily, which had been swept by two enor mous water spouts, accompanied by terrific hurricane. Those who wit Yiessed the phenomena describe the water spouts as two immense spheri cal bodies of water reaching from the clouds, their cones nearly touching the earth, and, as far as could be judged, at a quarter of a mile apart, traveling with immense velocity. They passed over the island near Marsala. In their progress houses ver unroofed, trees uprooted, men and women, horses, cattle, and sheep Taised up, drawn int...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 January 1852

Lynch Law—A Young Woman Hang. , '.'A. correspondent of the Journal of Commerce, after . detailing several cases i of - Lynching in California, Writes as follows: . : Shocking, however, as these cases are, both are outdone by the extra judicial murder of a young girl at Downieville, far up in the mountains 'of Yuba county. She was a Mexican seniorita, with all the passions and frailties which attach themselves to the race. One day she stabbed a man, so that he died in a short time. Public opinion varies as to the enormity of this crime. Some assert that it was a wanton and treacherous attack; others consider it to have been an or dinary murder, under circumstances of insufficient but considerable prov ' oration; while many affirm- that the blow was struck in defence of her person against a drunken assault. The better opinion is, as far as I can learn, that the killing was un lawful, but under palliating circum stances. It is of little consequence to my present purpose, to examine int...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1852

r Published by James llarper. "Truth and Justice. AC Si oo In Adrance Volume XVII. Number 9. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JANUARY 29, 1852. Whole Number 841. GALLS POL 0 RML. THE GALLIPOLIS MlUl Is published ererj Thdsdat morning. Bj JtKX HABPEB) Immediately over tbe Book Store, Public Square. Terms: I ePT one year, paid in advance. $1 00 ! a t Hi emiration of the Tear. 2 00 ' No discontinuance until all arrearage are aettled ; and a iailure to notif tbe publisher of a discontinuance "ill be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting op a Club of tek t" one address, will receive a copy gratis. The cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the names. : - Advetisisg: One square three insertions. Each subsequent insertion, One square G months. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 One square I year. Tothwe who aivartise larger a liberal re duction will be made. THE QUIET EYE. The orb I like is not the one - That dazzles with its lightning gleam That dares to look upon the sun, ' As though it challenged ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1852

THE JOTJKNAL. PUBLISHED BVSRT THV13DAT MOEirUIS BY JAMETS HARPER, At the h price of 9i 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, Paalle Maara. JAS. HARPER, and jy. S. 4. HASH, J TO CRM DAY. - - - - JAW . 99, 1833 Bot Wanted. A stout, active boy from 14 to 16 years of age, with atol erably good English education, has not an opportunity of acquiring a first rate trade by miking immediate application at this Office. -. fjCT We publish to-day, another communication from "Fair Play." As it is a reply to a communication which appeared in the Courier, it does not call for a notice from us. We suppose it to be quite unneces eary for us to state that those who have the interests of the "Gallipolis Jackson, and Chillicothe Railroad Company" in charge, have thus far acted with a full understanding of the law, and that both motives and actions are above suspicion, and they appeal to the citizens along the pro posed route to subscribe the required fifty thousand dollars, satisfied that it is to...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1852

For the Gallipolis Journal. Messrs. Editors In the "Gallia Courier" of the 21st inst, I read communication signed "Gaul," which I recommend should be carefully pre served as a rare specimen of English Literature. It purports to be a reply -to my communication, published in the Journal of the 15th inst. As to the "space I occupy in this world," or whether I was "placed here by mistake, being originally de signed for some larger planet ihan this little earth," cannot, as I con ceive, have anything to do with the questions I proposed to discuss, nor do 1 intend, at this, or any other time, to reply to such buflbonry, In my communication I intended only to call the attention of the pub lic to the subject of "the Gallipolis, Jackson, and Chillicothe Railroad," and give it all the information I had upon the subject. I referred to the provisions of the statute "Regulating Railroad companies, and gave the rumors (as rumors) in which sub' ecriptions were to be induced. If i publication of fa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 29 January 1852

[Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot.] WASHINGTON, Jan. 14, 1852. Thtt President, it is reported, per sist! in declining to run again, which . is deeply regretted. But if such is - his intention, now is not the time to say so, nor is there any body to say so to. The Whigs hare not yet " called a National Convention, and it " is not certain there will be one. If ' distraction snd disorder ensue by the . suiden withdrawal o( so conservative and wie a President as Mr. Fillmore, the WhTff party will be all adrift, with no point of anchor. Mr. Web .ster has powerful friends; Gen. Scott v his powerful friends, but without the hearty, energetic support of the t whole Whig party, backed by the ; cheerful support of the administra tion, neither can be elected. I throw , these things out for your considera tion. The Democratic party is sure of 'success perfectly sure. Col. Bissel took occasion to say so in the House to day, and Mr. Jones, of Tennessee, backed him up. Well, this may be so....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1852

1 DO - i JUJLIJL1 jjJo ' . 1 Pablithed bf Jamw narper.l '...'.. "Truth and Jtlci. . At SI 00 In Ad ran ce, -": - - - - . - - . - t - . . . . , .- .;; - -. , . Volume XVIL Number 10. G A LLIPOLIS , 1 O HIO, FEBRUAR Y 5 , 18 52. ; r AVhole Numbcr842. THE GAMPOLIS JOHM. ; If published erery Thumbat morning. ' BrJABiH BABP. Immediately orertbe Book Store, Publie .,' . . Square. Teems: . I eopy one year, paid in adrenee, $1 00 . At the expiration of the year, 2 00 No discontinuance nntil all arrearage are settled; end a faUure to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be considered ai anew engagement. Any person getting op a Club of TEH to fcne address, will reeeie a copy gratis. The tin, in such ease, must inrariably accompany the names. ADTCETMliro: . bne square three insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent Insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 . One square 1 year. 6 00 . To thise whs adrertlse larger a liberal re duction will be made. John Thompson's Daughter. A fellow near Kentucky'...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1852

THE JOURNAL. T0BLU8EB BVB1T THOBSDAT KOBNIHB BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of I 00, In advance Office over the Book Store, . Paallc Sa.aare ' . jas. thki-er, and ) Ed;tors. . S. A. HASH, ) .ciTjijiroLiv. rilCBUDlT. . FEB. 3, 1833 Public Printing—The New Constitution in the hands of its Friends. We refer the readerto the proceed logs of the Senate for a set of resolu tions, offered by Mr. Pushing, Collin upon the Clerk of the Senate for infor mation relative to the printing he had ordered. Similar resolutions passed the lower House. Both resolutions have been answered. ' The House early in tne session ordered the Clerk to get uch printing done as it should order. What says the Clerk, a brother of Sam Medary, to the inquiry? That he had made a contract with his brother to do the priming of the House that all the heavy jobs, including the journals, had been commenced, &c. The reply of the Clerk of the Senate to Mr. Cush ing's resolutions shows that he had done the same. In fact...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1852

For the Gallipolis Journal. Hair. - But few of the human family seem to appreciate the blessings and orna ment ot a good coat of hair on the cranium. It is believed that all per sona may retain and keep alive the roots of the hair during life. The hair originates in the cellular membrane of the skin, the roots being surrounded by capsules which contain circulating vessels; each root contains a gelatinous fluid. When arriving at maturity with many per sons, the hair begins gradually to lose its moisture and pliability, and finally turns grey or falls out, these effects are produced by the scanty Supply of the necessary moisture, or of mortification ot the capsules. There are other causes of those mis fortunes, dissipation, grief, fear, ex citement, long continued anxiety, will often cause the hair to turn grey; while fevers, injuries on the head, and hereditary diseases of the cellular membrane, will cause the hair to fall out, unless those membranes are kept in a healthy condition. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 February 1852

[Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot. ] WASHINGTON, Jan. 17, 1852. The resignation of Lord Palmers ton is believod here to hay resulted from his frequent assumption of the entire control of foreign affairs. After a Cabinet Council had decided on well defined course of action approved of by the Queen, he for warded instructions variant from the understanding of other ministers, to Lord Normaay, at Paris.'.Lord John Russell wis consequently authorized to invite him to resign. ' The Prome theus affair, and every other Ameri can question, was in a favorable train of adjustment, which will be accele rated by the accession of Lord Gren- vlllel : in fact, all our exterior rela tions, under the discreet and judicious guidance of Mr. Webster, breathe the most serene and tranquil atmos phere. The greatest source of anxiety and solicitude emanates from Mexico. Art earnest and sincere desire is felt fo preserve her in all her integrity Divided into petty States, her . pros perity and politi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1852

eiaipo 0 3 A f - .-.I.?. ?r.Mf, ;;it Published by James Harper. "Truth and Justice." At $1 00 in Ad ranee Volume XVII. Number 11. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, FEBRUARY 12, 1852. Whole Number 843. ' THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Ii published every TmjasDAT morning, Br J A TIES HABPEB, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. TERMS: - t copy one year, paid in advance. $1 00 - At the expiration of the year, 2 00 - Ho discontinuance until all arrearages are settled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a near engagement. ; Any person retting op a Club of tew t one address i!l receive a copy gratis . The cash, io such ease, must invariably accompany the names. ADVERTISING: ' One square three insertions, $1 00 - Each subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square 1 year. 6 00 ' To thwe who advertise larger a liberal re- d action will be made. WHAT IS A YEAR? What is a year? 'Tis but a wave On life's dark rolling stream, Which is so quickly ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1852

THE JOUENAL. WBLISHKD ITEtT THVRSDAT MORKIHO BY JAMES HARPER, JCt the low price of tl 00, In advance Office over the Book PaMIc Saar. Store, J AS- HARPER, I. 4. HASH, and Editors. GALLIPOLIS. TUVB0DAY. FEB, 13, 1833 Court. At the clow of the proceedings of the Legislature on Friday, no bill had been presented fixing ihe time of holding the courts in this district. We understand that a bill had been prepared, which fixed the time in this county on the 8th of March. Whether that will be the time fixed upon is uncertain. If so it will cause disappointment, as it will not afford time for the Sheriff and Master Com- mission er to advertise. left the Kossuth in Ohio. Kossuth Cleveland Wednesday' morning, 4th. At the different stopping places . between Cleveland and Columbu he was greeted by large gatherings and was presented with various sums of money; he replied briefly as this 'materialauT was presented. At Del aware he stopped and made a short speech to the citizens and students. At 6 ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT To foe the election, quallocatioo Bd removal from office of the Clerks of the Courtf of Covmon Pleas, and to prescribe the net of filling vacancies in said office. . Section t. Be it enacted by the Oralf srmWy tftkt Skit J Ohio, That toere shell i be elected la eaeh eouaty io this State, by tbe qualified elector, thereof, oo the second Tues day of October, in the year eighteen hundred end fifty-four, end triennially thereafter on said day, one clerk of the court of common pleas, who shell hold bis office for three yean, ifbe so long behave well, and until bil sueces or shall he chosen and qualified. Section 2. That each of the elerki of the courts of common pleat, who were elected in this State on the second Tuesday of October, in the year eiehteen hundred and fifty-one, or who shall hereafter be elected or appointed as hereinafter provided, shall, before entering up on the duties of bis said office, take an oath or affirmation before some person q...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 February 1852

[Correspondence of the Baltezore Patriot.] WASHINGTON, Jan. 29, 1852. . The rumored protest of tie Porte to the British Government, against Kossuth returning to England, as an agitator, has created some sensa tion here in the intelligent circles. The fact, that the intelligence came from Hamburg, is deemed by aome as suffi cient to stamp it with improbability. But Mr. Webster has said in public, that be has re .son to believe that his let ter to the American Minister residents'. Constantinople, had influence in the re lease of Kossuth and his companions. But this letter suggested to the Sublime Porte that Kossuth was about to emi grate to this country, and that, therefore, his departure from Asia and Europe would tend to quiet Austria, by remo ving a dangerous person from her fron tiers. This might have had great effect on the Ottoman Government. But after escaping from the East to the West, if he is to return as an agitator to England or any part of Europe, it might well in-1 volve...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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