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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 March 1852

LtlPOtl JiYiVW miT JOURNAL . Published by James Harper. "Tru th and Justice." , AtTToo In Adrance. Volume XVII. Number 17. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, MARCH 25, 1852. Whole Number 849. - - THE GALLIPOLIS JOUKAt Is published erery Tbuisdat morning, BrJlJIESBlBPEB, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Teems: I copy one year, paid in advance. $1 00 2 00 At the expiration of the year. No discontinuance until all arrearages are ettled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of t'iscontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any nerson e ttint: on a Club of TEH to n address, will reeeie a copy gratis. The cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the name. ADTEansim: One square three insertions, 1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 - .".One" square S months, 4 00 'jDne square 1 year. . 6 00 To thtse who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. For the Gallipolis Journal. TO MY COUSIN. M. DODDRILL. Sorrowing wife ot one departed, . Widow, in thy youthful years, Pensiv...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 March 1852

THE JOURNAL. MlUSHID ZVHT THMSDAY KOKHIHO BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, In advance Office ova; the Book Store, rSaVltc lnm and ) jyitor,. t. 4. XASH, ) CI.liIPOM. lI7"CotrBT adjourned Saturday evening, having occupied all the time allotted to this county. Much of the business of the docket ready for hearing was continued for want of time. Two suits for flowing the wa ter back to the obstruction of mill privileges, Watson vs. Leonard, and Bennett and McCall vs. Haptonstatl, occupied a boot a third of all the time; ia both cases the verdicts were for the Defendants. The cause that created the most interest among the citizens ot Gallipolis, was on a mo tion to dissolve the injunction, gran ted by Judge Peck, during the winter vacation, against fencing the public square. The bill was hied by VVm. H. Langley vs. the Corporation of Gallipolis. The question was argued by Cushing in favor of the motion, and Nye for sustaining the injunc tion, on Friday night. The Court deliver...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 March 1852

Louis Napoleon. It was once remarked of the neph ews of Napoleon, that their only mer it consisted in wearing green coats and looking like the Emperor. Na poleon Bonaparte was a marvel of intellect; some ot his brothers posses sed talent, but their children inherit ed little of even talent. Lou.s pos sesses or his ancle's character, only i.!.t Thnmrh what mient be generally termed a smart man, ,o use a Yankeeism, his shrewdness is that of a pickpocket or small burglar. His early attempt at revolutionizing France, "which led to his imprison ment in the fortress of Ham, was contemptible, and evinced equal ar rogance and want of tact. The period, however, arrived, when by an extraordinary combina tion of circumstances, this ever blun dering adventurer, this defeated rebel and broken gambler, rose to the top wave of notoriety. The people of France, called upon to elect a chief magistrate, and desiring to protest in the most strenuous manner against the Bourbon family, and to do justice ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 March 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT To create a Court of Criminal Jurisdiction, in tuuinn ooumy. , Krf 1. Be it enacted fry the General .inan ity of the Stale if Ohio, That in the county of Hamilton lucre snail oe, ana aercuy rwo lisbed, m court of enminal jurisdiction, exclu sively, ia addition to the courts of record al ready prowled for be the constitution. Sec 2- That said court shall be knojm oy the name of "the Criminal Court of Hamilton county," and shall hold such terms, and try uch Cases of a criminal nature, as are herein' after provided. See. 3. That the said court shall be held by one Judge, whose term of office shall be five yean, and who shall be elected by the qualified electors of the said county of Hamilton, at the same time and in the same manner that the judges of the court of common pleas are elected in said county, except the first election, which shall be held on the first Monday in April. 16.52: and the judge so elected on the first Monday oi April, one thousan...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 April 1852

(MLMPOII " 0 r x 1 1 ' ' ' .MM t i J l-nbli.hn by J Harper.) "Troh and J tier." L . t 1 00 in Ad.auce. Volume XVIL Number 18. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, APRIL 1, 1852. Whole Number 850.' ' " - ......jjnnnnnnnnnnnnatt-Bm-nftatMnnfntMtfaj : THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, If published every Thddt morning, . Br 'ASIKS H1BPEB, InvnedUtelr over the Book Store, Public Square. Tiaus: I copy one year, paid in advance. $100 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 No discontinuance until all arrearages are Settled ; and a failure to notif the publiher of a discontinuance will be considered as a ne engagement .' ' Any person getting op a Club of te t one address, will receive a copy gratis. The Cash, in such ease, most invariably accompany the Barnes. Advmthiko: One square three insertions, . $ 1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square 1 year. 6 00 To th-ne wht advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. . A HYMN. Whe nature sret sinkinc in stillness to rest. I TheUst beams of...

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 April 1852

THE JOURNAL. FJBLISHID ITIIT THMSPAT KOMTOIO BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, JAS. S. A. H4BFER, SASH, and Editors. fiAIJ-irOLIH. THI'SNDIT. 4PBII, 1, 1839 Buffalo Academy. The adver tisement in another column was not taken from the post office in time for an insertion last week. We have before called attention to this young institution, and are glad to learn that thus far it has met with unexpected prosperity. We take pleasure in again calling attention to this school. The teachers are fully capable of carrying out the design of the founders in making it a thorough fy good School an Academy of the first order, and such we believe it to be. Tbb Tax Bill. This bill passed the Senate on Friday, and is now before the House. Should the House make it the occasion of travelling oyer the disputed ground of Bank taxation, U. S. and Ohio bonds, &c, people must patiently wait, for there is? no telling when the bill will be come a law. Uj'W...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 April 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. To repeal the ct entitled n act to amend tbe net entitled an met, establishing Supe rior Court in the city of Uncinnau, pwo Man 8th 1845, and to fiwr.de lor the lime of holding said Court, and the return of pro ' ees thereto. Stc. 1. Be it marled bj the General Assem bly of the Stale oj Ohio, I hat there soan ne a term of the Superior Court of Cincinnati, commencing on the first Monday of April nil a term of taid court commencing on h first Monday of July next; Provided, said July term shall not continue beyond tbe nine teenth day of said month; and all process issued out of said court, returnable to the next June term, and all notifications to appear at said term, shall be considered as if originally made to the April tern herein provided . Tbe act to amend the act entitled an act to amend the act establishing, a Superior Court in tbe city of Cincinnati, passed March eight, one thousand eight hundred and forty-fire, is hereby JAMES C. JOHNSON. Sp...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 April 1852

An Accomplished Rogue. We sea mention made of the r rest in Philadelphia of an accom plished rascal, named Thomwoh, a fogitive from Kentucky, after swind ling two or three landladies, and some half a dozen of the leading ho tel keepers of that city. In one in stance he represented' himself to a landlady as a rich California mer chant, won her affections, got pos session of her gold watch, and alter inducing her to break up housekeep ing, to go with him to California, he gaye her the slip. The watch wis found on his person when arrested. In another instance he hired a horse, worth $125, to ride out for the ben efit of his health, and sold him for $25. At the United States Hotel, under the name of Chaxdlkr, he hired a suite of rooms for bis sister and brother-in-law, who, he stated, were coming from Baltimore, but train after train arrived without them, and finally he went to Mr. Alleh, the proprietor, and informed him that by the delay he had run out of money, and requested the loan ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 April 1852

fifAEUPOM 0 ' : i i MAE Piblhcd by Jme Harper. "Truth and Jn.Uce. At $1 00 In Advance. Voiume'xVII. Number 19. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, APRIL 8, 1852. WhoteNunber 851. " " " m " ' 1 1 THE GALLIPOLIS JOMAL, I publiibed ererr Thuibdat morning, Br JAMES H1BPEB) Immediately over tbe Book Store, Public Square. Terns: . 1 copy on i year, paid in advance. At the expiration of the year. $1 00 2 00 ' No discontinuance until all arrearage are ettled ; and failure to notify tbe publisher of a discontinuance will be considered at a new engagement. Any person getting up a Club of to one address, will receive a copy gratis . The cash, in such case, mutt invariably accompany the names. Advestisiho: One square three insertions, $1 00 . Each subsequent Insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square I year. 6 00 To thue who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. Oh! Teach those Thrilling Chords Again. AS SUNG BY DEMPSTER. Oh! touch those thrilling chords again, And sing that song once more,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 April 1852

THE JOURNAL. PlBLISHBD BTBBT TrTTISDAT M01KW8 BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of 91 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, PmMIe fjajamre. jas. HtKFEK, and r. a. xasn, Editors. fSAL1.iroE.IM. THl'RKDlTi JFBIk 8, 1839 Steamer Illinois Capt. D. T. Smithers. This mammoth steamei reached here about 9 o'clock Tues day night, and remained at our land ing long enough for our citizens to examine ber thoroughly. She is the largest boat yet sent out from Pitts burgh. Length of keel 276 feet; rake oi stem 20 feet; length on deck 303 feet; beam 40 feet; depth of hold 7J feet; 2 cylinders 26 Inches in di ameter, 8 feet stroke; 4 boilers, 24 inches in diameter, 30 feet long; a small boiler and engine is attached for the purpose of hoisting freight. J he cabin is a splendid anair, on an entirely new plan, and contains 25 lengths of rooms, of the largest size. Wheels 36 feet, with 14 feet buckets. She was built under the superin fendence of Capt. Smithers and Jas. Holmes, Esq., and they may 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. — 8 April 1852

The Rev. John L. Gorsuch, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, died at Cumberland, Md., on the 16th ult. The deceased was a ton of the late Mr. Gorauch, who was killed at Christiana, Pa., whilst endeavoring to arrest one of his slaves. Township Officers. Cheshire Trustees Asa Brad bury, Isaac Carter, Jacob Coughman. Assessor Tnyor W. Hamilton. Treasurer Mathew Laslev. LADIES SELECT SCHOOL. MISS JOHNSOX, late of New York, proposes to open School for young Ladies in the Lyceum Halt, on Monday, the 19th day of April next. Mix Johnson was educated at the Mount Holroke Female Seminary, Mass, and has been engaged in teaching for three years. We can recommend ber as aa accom plished teacher, equal to any in this vicinity or elsewhere. We would therefore urge our friends Irom toe country to embrace this oppor tunity for the education of their daughters. Further information can be bad by enquiring Of me undersigned. 8IMEOH NASH, LEWIS HEWSOsf, Committee. April 8, 1852. LAST CALL. THE subscribe...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 April 1852

Wool and its Consumption—Products and Prospects of Ohio. The census statistics of the United States reveal a fact both curious and Important, in relation to ona of the staple products of Ohio. We mean the production and consumption of wooL It is contained in the follow ing two lines: Wool produced in the tJ. &, 53,42,797 lbs. Manufactured in too U. 8, 70.8n2.829 - Deficiency of production, 18,440,033 lbs. This is certainly a very singular fact. In a country, one of the best for the raising of sheep in the world, we find the woolen manufactories exceed in their demand the amount produced by lS,000,000'of pounds! This proves that the woolen manu facturers are comparatively well sus tained, but it also proves that raising sheep is a neglected branch of our agriculture. John Randolph said (in the Tariff excitement) that he would go out of the way to kick a sheep, and perhaps something of his male diction still rests upon the pocr sheep! However, Ohio is the first State of the Union ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 April 1852

GALLIPO mwA in- Mo Published by James llarper. "Truth and Justice.') At $1 00 In Ad ranee. Volume XVII. Number 20. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, APRIL 15, 1852. Whole Number 852. MS m GALLIPOLIS jormi, If published ererj Thdksdat morning. Bf JAMES HARPER, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Tumi I copy one year, paid in advance. $1 00 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 no discontinuance until all arrearages are aettiei; and a tauure w nom, i puouer of enrarement. Any person cettinr up a Club of te to one address, will receive a copy gratis. The cH. in such ee, must invariably accompany Advertising! One square three insertions, 1 00 Each subsequent Insertion, 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square I year. 6 00 To those who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. From the Louisville Journal. WE MET TO PART FOREVER. WE MET TO PART FOREVER. BY T. BIBB BRADLEY. We met, 'twas when her silver chain The midnight moon was weaving, Across a darkly rolling waste Of waters wildly ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 15 April 1852

THE JOURNAL. PVBI4SHID XVBEY IBUMMI M0EHIK8 BY JAMES HARPER, it tho : low price of tl 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, PaMIe Hmtt j as. harper, and (. A. NASH, Editors. TBtJUDir, - - - aphis, ia, is The Tax Law. The New Tax Law, which passed the Legislature last week has not reached us. We presume it will be in season for iosertion in our next issue. In the absence of the law itself we give some of the provisions of the law as made out by the Audi tor, and printed on the assessors blanks. The most important features of the new law, are, first, those which stike from the tax duplicate a portion of the property heretofore listed by in dividuals; and, second, those which add to the duplicate large amounts of railroad and banking capital, and investments in stocks, bonds, &c, &C, heretofore allowed to go exempt from their fair share of the burthens of taxation. . In conformity with the present constitution, it is provided by the new law, that "each individual in thit S...

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 April 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. 1!o provide for the more efficient and expedi v lious completion of the New Suite House, . and to repeal the act to provide for the eree . lion of a New State House, pawed Feoru . ary twenty-first, one thousand eight hun dred and forty-six, and all tmendments thereof. . , - - Stc.l. Be it enacted by the General Jlssem h) of the Stale of Ohio, I bat the act entitled an act to provide for tlie erection of a New State House, passed February twenty first one thousand eight hundred and fortyisix, and all amendments thereto, and all laws upon that subject, be and the same are hereby repealed . Sec. 2. That there shall be appointed by the Governor of the State of Ohio, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, three commissioner, to be denominated the new State House Commissioners, under whose di rection the work upon the new state bouse in the city of Columbus, shall be continued and prosecuted, under the plan and specifications accompanying 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. — 15 April 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT Providing Tor the appointment of Notaries r ublie, and prescribing their duties. 6c. 1. Be it marled fry the General Atsem big of the State of Ohio, That the governor be. and be is hereby authorized to appoint and com mission as notaries public, ai many citizens of Ihra stare, Banng Ibe qualifications of electors, residing in the several counties in this State, as be may deem necessary; Provided, that be fore making any such appointment, each appli cant shall produce to toe governor, a certificate rroorone of the jndges of the Court ol ioro- raon rieas in the county or dutriet in wnicn suob applicant nay reside, that the applicant is of good moral character, that he is a resident elector of such county, and that be possesses sufficient qulifications and ability to discbarge the duties of the office of notary public Sec 2. That each notary public, so appoint ed and commissioned, shall bold bis office for the term of three years, if so long be behave...

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 April 1852

GALUPOII OURNAL Published by James Harper. "Tru th and Justice. At $1 00 In Advance. Volume XVIL--Number 21. . G A L LIPOLIS, OH I Q, APRIL 22, 1852. Whole Number 853. THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, It published every Thcbday morning. Br J A. TIES BABPEK, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. Teems; t copy one year, paid in advance. (1 00 At the expiration of the year, 2 00 No discontinuance until all arrearages are settled ; and failure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Any person getting op a Club of tew to one address, will receive a copy gratis . The Cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the names. ADVEaTisim: One square three insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 35 One square 6 months, 4 00 One square 1 year. 6 00 To tbise whs advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. SPRING IS COMING. Hark! I hear an angel sing! Ange's now are on the wing, And theii voices singing clear, Tell us that the Spring Is n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 April 1852

THE JOURNAL; FOBLISHED SVBBT TEmSDAT HOKICISG BY JAMES HARPER, it the low price of tl 00, in adrance Office over the Book Store, J AS. BARPER, . A. XAStl, and Editors. 'GALLIFOLIM. Tilt KM DAT. Thk Tax Law This law, which reached us after the outside of this number had been worked off, is quite too lengthy to be inserted entire. We giro such portions as are of more im mediate interest while Assessors are listing the property. The ba'ance of the law will appear in our next. The law provides for the appointment of dfstrict Assessors as follows: the commissioners of each county at their June session, 1852, and every six years thereafter, shall divide their county into four districts; that notice shall immedi ately be given of the boundaries of each district; and at the following October election the electors of each district shall elect a citizen of the district as assessor of real property within such district. The annual county board of equali zation is composed of County Commis sion...

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 April 1852

Cuban Justice. Mr; Cunning ham, the American jail road engi neer, who was imprisoned at Hava na, in September last, is still held in confinement. He is forced to fay $25 for board, $15 for light, and $2, 50 for a negro to bring his meals making in all $42,50 pr month. Not a charge has been found against him, yet he has just been condemn ed to pay all charges of the Court, a-nountine to $1,200, and to re main in prison until they are satis fied. He is also forbidden to exer cise his profession on the Island again. 1 T T- f Son, flit r ACT. vcu. uaui- uel Houston, in a late speech, is said to have stated a fact not generally known, and is of importance to the families of soldiers who were mur rlered bv order of Santa Anna, t Goliad, in 1S36. It is that the Legislature of Texas, several years ago, passed an act elving to the next kin of each soldier" who fell in that massacre, sixteen hundred acres of land, to be located on any of the un appropriated lands belonging to the State. The "...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 22 April 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT To enable tbe Trustee of CoJJeges, Academies, Universities, and other Institution Tor the " purpose of promoting eduatioa, to become bodies corporate. Sac. 1. Be enacted by the General Assem bly of the State of Ohio, That any number of persons, nor leai man ore, oesinng 10 esiaoiisa a eolIe(e, university, or other institution for tbe purpose of promoting education, religion, morality, agriculture, or the fine arts, may, by complying with the profusions of this act, be come a body corporate and politic, with nerpet ual succession, and may assume corporate nawe by which they may sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, in all courts of law and equity; may have a corporate seal, and the aame alter or break at pleasure; may hold all kind of estate, real, pecsonnl, or mixed, which tbey may acquire by purchase, donation, devise, or otherwise, necessary to accomplish the ob jects of the corporation, and the same to dis pose of and convey at pleasure. See....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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