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

t ail i i i e-: ; Aisl it4.. t . .1 "Truth and Justice." At $1 00 lii,idvance. Published by -James Ilarper. Volume XVII. Number 52. G ALL I POL IS , OHIO, NOVEMBER 25 , 1852. Whole Number-884 ,r,i n , - -11 '-Si i R' n ir 11 1. A l .11 II II f I U It ' II II ... IS W THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, published every1 Tsuetat morning. . Mr J A .IKS HiBPEBi Imnediktei; over the Book Store, Publie r' ' square. v Trass: 1 eopj oaa year, paid in advance, ; If paid witoio 3 months, - If "' At the expiration of the year. ft 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 3 00 , No discontinuance ootil all arrearage are settled ; and a failure to notify the publisher ducootinuanee win be considered a a new engagement. '-' Any person getting -op n Club of teh t ne address, will reeeire a copy gratis. The oajs, in such case, most invariably accompany the names, : ,' '- ! . ... i-i :.- - ADTnTisim: ' ' ' '.One square three insertions, $1 00 aeh subsequent Insertion, - 25 "One square 6 months, ' 4 00 0ne square 1 year. 6 00 .,To thos...

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 November 1852

THE JOURNAL. BILIIBSD aVISTTHiaDT BtOHfltw BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of 1 00. advance gaixhoi,i. mmr. 85, iui Cocst. A notice In another column adVertises the public that a special term of the Court of Com mon Plejis will be held in this'coun fy, commencing on the 7th of De eembeV Nothing but criminal busi ' ilf n. transacted. Cougha- vwinr. who was arrested by Sheriff, Logs as he was stepping on the lost at Cincinnati,' will receive his Sentence. James Lipton and Wil liam Lee. will probably be indicted and : trieS as accomplices with Coughanoor. Joseph Burnett will also have his trial, ie presume. J': Secretary or Tn TeAscry. Jon, of the Baltimore Sun, says that the commercial men of New York, and along shore want Piercb to ap point R. M. T. Hvitter, of Virginia, as Secretary of the Tressory. "His liberal principles in regard to trade," , are assigned as the reasons. Free Colored Population or Virginia. The citizens of NorSolk county, Va., held a meeting on the fti inst.. a...

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 November 1852

ffWVl N 'Q HE NT: '.T A XL IST; j v " ' ; " r t $ t - -' i g .' A lilt oflands' and town lott returned delinquent by the ty, for thetaxe. of the year one thousand """KJ ii added . penalty oT thirty per cent., and the ataipl. tax of An thooaand eight hundred and fifty-two : - OwKita Nakss. E. T. Sec Lou No. Acre. Val. Part. Tax. $ c J Ohio. BiakeWmP Blaie David M Campbell John Hawkins Abraham Layne James Pollock Stephen Stona LKE Stone Henry A Ham'90 Boster Joshua Boster John , Burnet Vintner Catintf John -Gilla Willis same Houck Richard B Harbour Richard Irion Henry Jamea Henry Martin Sterjhen Boadarmour T J hal5 same '-. - - w Sanns Francis J h's 15 Smith William 15 .aaine ' " ' 15 Ward Elizabeth h'a 16 Brown Travis Cole Samuel McClelland Jamea Wooton Mary Warth Eobert i .. 14 Gaiaipous. Hipkina Benjamin Addisoh. BiDg William's h'a 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 16 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 14 14 i i i j, i i 3 3 3 2 2 i : S 36 36 . 16 32-33 32-33 29 6 6 23 10 . 25 36 10 23 25 19 16 2...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 November 1852

- Fixed Fact iji Xicui.tuk. The Wlowiog useful it trot are going the rounds, and, though without an endorser, are,, worthy ol attention from 'tvery farmers .. 1. .All lands on which clover or tha erasses are grown must either have lime ta them naturally or that mineral mirstbe artificially supplieJ. It matters but little whether it be supplied io the form of stone lime, oyster linje, or marl. r 2. All permanent improvement of land must loos to lime as its-.basis. 3. Laadi which have been Jong in culture- will be benefited by appli eatjoa 'ol phosphate ol lime, and it U unimportant whether the deficien cy be supplied in the. form of bone dust, guano, native phosphate ol lime, composts of fish, ashes, or that of oyster shell lime, ot marl,' if .the fan3 needs liming also. ; 1 - - ' -" 4. No la ads can be preserved in a high state of fertility unless clover and the grasses are cultivated in the course f rotation. ' '' 5.. Would is indispensableln every oil, and a healthy supply can alo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 December 1852

.tr.:;;.:i.iyifu)u1iif "Sfcj'J 5S3 YSi'.r'... i.Tr,f.;' Tot !! mil f '-i.C : t "j c f !r.: It r,K: ",.f..-r-..--fr:v:r:-'.i f V.-.M ..,r!'. '"' ,t ii:VKT 7aV ii -tl.:1 I . ;c: f- c -.d mfeiished by James Harper. 1 s . .. ,. . '' x-!- -; - "Xralh and J 'b slice.' ...: i: ; , - -' '" Al Si OO JU' Attrance Vume X VIII Number -Ii; GAL LI PO L IS , OHIO , DEC EM BE R 2 , 1 8 5 2 i ii c:i'!-:i mmm THE OLD COTTAGE CLOCK. THE OLD COTTAGE CLOCK. BY C. SWAIN. Ob ! toe did, oW eloek, of tha houaehold ltock, J Wu tb hcigtirtl laing ana nnuu - . It hand, though cold, bad a touch of old, 1 And its chime rang itill this tarectett ; Twm moniter, too, though iti wortfi era - .few, " - ' Tet they Bred, though nations altered ; And its voice, tt ill ftmeg, warned old and young, Whan the voice of friendship faltered; Tick-tiA! it aaid; quick, quick to bed; For ten I've given warning. Up, up and go or else jou know ' You'B nerer rise toon in the morning! A friendly vaiee was that old, old clock, As it s...

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 December 1852

THE JOURNAL. VBLISBKD IVIT TWHW 01Jniw BY JAM E 9 HARPER Tit the low prior of f 00, in advance GAlXIFOLIJiV ."BBC 0, 1843 The Legislature. Little of interest has been accom plisbed by either branch., everal lilll have been under consideration, the most important of which is the School bill which was reported last winter;. We see various bills have been introduced to amend or repeal Jaws passed last winter, and among " others to repeal o much of the tax law as exempts $200-and to re peal the "act regulating appeals to the district courts. .Tbe Senate have passed the bill to regulate the Militia and the House the bill authorizing the appointment of receivers in cases ol attachment. ; The Senate hare made arrange ments to meet in Ambos' Hall. A New Railway to New York pho iectib. A project ia on foot, and is pressed with great earnestness by East era capitalists as well as by many en terprising citizens in Ohij, to construct a line of 'Railway froraOlean, New York, through Pennsylvania...

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 December 1852

TTJST received at E. DELETOMBE J & CO.'S i, , 6 ehds New Orleans Sugar t ! ' ' , - .' I bblt N. O. Molisn. 5 , S5 balfhbltNOdo . ' - .? .-v., 10 bob soaf, powdered and crushed Sagar. 25 bag, Rio Coffee. 4 eaike Sideratus. '' , 20 boxes Mould Candle. ,, '. .. '' '-IS do Bar Soap. "SO do Virginia and Misawssri 1 obneeo. - 4 bbtaeiit anddry ; ' - do. 20,000 Havana Cignrt. . . i- 40 do. Bed Cords and Flo L!ne. - Broom, Sewing and Wrapping Twine ; 10 bale Oakum'. . 1-2, I, and 1 1-4 iacb grata emP RoPe 9,000 Km Spanish Sole Leather. :f ' S3 eases Boot, Shoe, Hat and Cap. . School Books, Slate, writing, fetter, bill and wrapni.tr Paper: Blank Book. &.e. Also a Hill amort meat of Dry Goods, just opened and tor vale. Deaf. 1854 . - : The Latest News fF interest to this community it the arri- y nlt magniocent ttoek of Good at ' Regnier's Everlasting Store, including every variety (be Ladies or Gentle. man may want. You will find these Good at (men that will make them elL . . Dee. 3, ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 December 1852

DELINQUENT TAX LIST. Jl (let o( lands and tows lota returned delinquent by the Trearorerof Gallia coun " Tf tor the tfiiea of the year ou thousand eight hundred and hly-one, to which J added a penalty of thirty per cent., and the simple" fax of one thousand .eight hundred andfiftj-two: f - e.Ui; ; -i' 4 - B, T. - Sec." OftlO. r . tlake WnP1, C Blake David M Campbell Joho '.Hawkins Abraham, fLayne James ' ' -' Pollock Stephen Stone L ME"' ' ,. 8ione Henry A Habbisob. Boater Joshua S3 ; '36 , 16 32.33 , 32-33 '.) 29 6 ., . 6 - 43 ' y- 10 "25 , .36: 10 23 .25 .19 i 16: 15 . 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15-. 15 15 15 S 3 4 4 . Boater John Burnet Vintner . . 4. 4 4 4 4 .4 4 1 4' '4.' 4 4 4 4 3 ' Catict John -GUIs Willis same ' Bouck Richard B i: Harbour Richard - Irion Henry v James Henry u Martin Stephen' 16 29 36 23 n : 10 7 7 Eondarmour T J h'slfi ",' ama - , '.,5 Sarins Francis J h's 15 i.Sreita William-. 16 same ' 15 vWard Elizabeth h's 15 15 ' ' 36 : 22-28 26 33 23 . Clay- , -' . v Brow a ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 December 1852

Ml POIIS WR V1 H.i i i I- j. j Published by James Harper. "Truth and Juitice." At 1 00 In Adnuei Volume XVIII. Number 2. GALLIPOLIS, OIIJO, DECEMBER 9, 1852. Whole Number :88G POETRY. BY ROBT. H. THOMPSON. - Full twenty yean ago, I itood In yonder old church yard, Near by the little running brook. With it lime-f tone Ved to hard. And there beneath the grateful shade, - Of an ancient willow tree, I knelt beside a sister's grave A iiler dear to me. Together we had sweetly played, In Spring's bright gladsome hours ; . Together we had often strayed, . In search of woodland flowers. . And oft we'd sat upon the banks. Of that clear crystal stream ; And laughed to see its waters dance. Joyous as "lore's young dream.'' But now that little streamlet's dry, And has been many a year; Its music soft as lover's sigh. No more enchants the ear. I Bright flowrets bloom upon the sward. Their fragrance fill the air : But 1 could not enjoy them now. Were they "fifty times as fair." I'm wandering throu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 December 1852

THE JOURNAL. f 1LISHSD ITEIT THTESBAT KORirWO BY JAMES HARPER, Wit the low price of tl 00, to adVance GALLIPOLIS. DEC , Blacks ako Mctattoes. Under the Legislative bead wilt be leen notice of a bill introduced into the Senate by Mr. Cushing, of thfs district, to prevent the ettlememt of blacks in Ohio. We hare the biU before as as introduced. The first section provides that after Jan'y. 1, 1854, no black, not already a resident, shall settle or reside in the State. Sec. t provides that all blacks shall record (heir names in the recorder's office pre iousto January 1, 1854. Sec. S that the names of all black children born thereafter shall be recorded. 4th that all blacks found in the State after Janu ary, 1854, hose names are not regis tered, shall be held to be non-residents. 5th that after that time no non-resident fcjack can hold real property, but it shall become forfeited to the State. 6th makes it the duty of the Prosecuting Attorney to recover property so forfeited. 7th, any b...

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 December 1852

Deplorable. Dr. J. W. Camp bell, a homcepathic physician, while coming up Jefferson street on horse back on Sunday evening, was run against by a party of Irishmen on horseback, who were returning from a funeral and racing. His horse was knocked down and the Doctor was ridden over His skull was fractured in two places, which caused his death immediately. One of the men, named Ryan, was arrested and com mitted in default of giving bail this morning in $2,000 for his appearance at the circuit court Lou. Journal. FANCY DRY GOODS, i nvn nr. APiTPmyn x, nc RESPECTFULLY beg the attention oj the Ladies to their atoek of Fixer Dar Goods, now being received and opened. The following if a portion of tbeir very elegant as aortment ; Splendid Brocade, Watered, Queen', Grey, Changeable and Black Sift,; Turk Satin; Cashmeres; French printed Mousseline de Latnes; solid Mouilin, and Merinos; Fancy Buttons; Velvet Trimming ; Neck and Bon net Ribbons; French worked Collars; Cufis; Thread Lace , Svt . ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 December 1852

DELI.N'QUENT TAX LIST. A list of lands and town loU returned delinquent by the Treasurer of Gallia coun " ty for the taxes of the jeu one thousand eight hundred and nfty-one, to which is added a penalty of thirty per cent., and the simple tax of one thousand ; eight hundred and fifty-two : Owhibs Ni S. T. See. Lot. No. Acrs. Val. Part. Tax. $ c u Ohio. Blske Wm P : Blake David M Campbell John Hawkins Abraham Layne James Pollock Stephen Stone LME Stone Henry A ; Haekisok. Boster Joshua ' Boster John V Burnet Vintner CatingJoho - Gills Willis same " Houck Eichard B , Harbour Rchard '.T Jrion Henry James Henry Martin Stephen- Roadarmour T J h'sl5 same "15 Sanns Francis J h's IS - Smith William 15 same 15 Ward Elizabeth h's 15 Clay. Brown Travis Cole Samuel McClelland James Wooton Mary Warth Eobert Gautpoijs. Hipkins Benjamin Addison. Bing William's h's 14 14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 16 16 15 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 14 3 -38 36 16 32-33 32-33 29 6 6 23 10 25 36 10 23 25 19 16 29 ...

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 December 1852

eALOP'OUS : ! ' ; ' ' ' , ' ' - rublished by James narpcr. Tru th and JUce." At $1 00 In Adraiic' Volume XVIIL Number 3. GALLLPOLIS, OHO; DECEMBER 16, 1852. Whole Number 887 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Felkm-aiitera of the Senate . , ' and of the Uoiae of Reprttrniatuet: The brief space which has elapsed since the close of your last session has been marked by no extraordinary politi cal event. The quadrennial election of Chier Magistrate has passed off with less than the usual excitement. However individuals and parties may havg-'b'een disappointed In the resul-if is never, theless a subject ofj&tfonal congratula tion that thecce has been effected by the fndenjjirent suffrages of a free peo P'Ctlndisturbed by those influences "which in other countries have too often affected the purity of popular elections. Our grateful thanks are due to an All merciful Providence, not only for stay ing the pestilence which in different forms has desolated some of our cities, but for crowning the labor...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 December 1852

other employed in the tervice were destitute, alike of the means ol prosecuting the work, end re turning to their home. The object of the provno wm doubtUs. to arrest the survey of the southern end western lines oMStw Mexico, in regard to wh.ch different opinions hare been expressed; lor it b hardly to be supposed that there eoold be any objection to that part of the line which extends along the channel of the Rio Grande. But the terms of the law are so broad as to forbid the use or any part of the money for the prosecution of the work, or even for the payment, to the officers and agents, ol the arrearages ol pay which are justly due to them. I earnestly invite your prompt attention to this subject, and re commend a modification of the terms of the proviso so as to enable the Department to use as much of the appropriation as will be necessary to discharge the existing obligations of the Government, and to complete the survey of the Rio Grande to its mouth. It will also be proper 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. — 16 December 1852

FoExtoit. The Niagara arrived at Now York ontha llih. r Ekoukd. Lord Derby stated in the House of Lords, that the object of calling the Parliament together before Christmas was to close forever the controversy ol protection and free trade. , And D'lsraeli said, in the House, that the Ministers had violated - no pledges by retaining office, for they never intended to re peal any measure of free trade. A vessel had arrived from Fort Phillip, Australia, in England, bring ing 150,000 ounces of gold equal to about 100,000. . The grain market throughout Great Britain was very active, with a general upward tendency, owing to light imports. A member of the British Parlia. mentsaidia his remarks upon Mr. Yilliers motion, that when General Pierce would come into power, Eng land might look forward to re ciprocity in trade with the United Slates. Fhaiccb. Both the public and private accounts agree that the vote of the French people for the Empire will be large, and the majority will be greater ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 December 1852

DELINQUENT. TAX LIST. a it f i.nrl. .nil town lots returned delinquent by the Treasurer of Gallia coun A ,1 tr tS-xe. of thenar one thousand eight hundred and hfty-one. to which - EVSEJ of thirty per cent., andV simple tax of on, thousand eight hundred end fifty-two : - . - B. T. Sec Lot. No. A era. Val. Part. ' Tax SCM Ohio. Blake Wm P Blake David M Campbell John Hawkina Abraham Layne Jatnea Pollock Siephen Stone LME 8tone Henry A Harbison. Boater Joahua Boater John Burnet Vintner Catinjf John Gills Willis iim Houck Kichard B Barbour Bichard Irion Henry James Henry Martin Stephen Eoadarmour T J h'alS same 15 Banns Francis J h's 15 Smith William 15 aame 15 Ward Elizabeth h's 15 Clay. Brown Travis Cole Samuel McClelland James Wooton Mary Warth Bobert Gallipolis. Bipkins Benjamin Addison. Bine William's h'i 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 3 2 2 8 2 14 3 36 36 16 32-33 32-33 29 6 6 23 10 25 36 10 23 25 19 16 . .29 36 23 17 10 7 7 15 36 22-28 26 33 23 34 640 640 640 100 100 640 6...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 December 1852

':r-7Li.irOT)T.5iirr .; ! -at-.-- eu? V V;v- ; :, (:.:: ..! v, i :'a ! ; - '? ;! : -1 : - v --: r ,'!i.-"y 1 J f.-i ; " - " ' - - Published ly Jamea Ilarper.J -,'! I Li: : "Truth and Justice. " 'i .: t , " a At f 1 CO fu -Advance :. ..v.-i ; I ' .i r-J :..; t-.'t: .Volume "XVIII.--Number 4,; , GA'LLIP O L I S , OHIO, DECEM BER 23,18 5 2 . : I-: ,3 i: ,,, ; "WholiOTumBcr888 ! .rr 7 OA LUPOUS TBE rGiLLIPOLIS'JOCRXAL,; Ji piiblisel ererr . Tboida morning, ir JUiniiiiriB, j Immediately orer the Book gtare, Tuhlie ! ;.'.. Sqvare, ,- . -. ; Tkimi: v . t eop one ye, paid in dvnee, If paid within 3 months, ' ,'.!".'" ( 9 ' At the expiration of the year, $ 1 00 , i 25 1 SO 1 75 2 00 " Ki diteontinuanee until all arrearage! are ettled ; and a failure to notif the publisher of difcontinuaoee' will be considered as a new engagement. : V Amy person getting up a Clnb of rrw to ne address, will receive a copy gratis . The in, in such ease, must invariably accompany .the names. j . Adviitisingi . O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 December 1852

THE JOURNAL. BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of ! , GAtLfrOLIS. kc as, IMS Gullia Academy. On Ihe I8th inst, the stockholders " fn Ihe Gallia Academy held an elec tion, acd Simeon Nash, L. B. Mena., ger.John Hatsinpillar, Robert Black, F. Carel, Julius Regnier, and Lewis Newsom were elected Trustees. The Trustees met on Monday! evening and organized by electing Simeon Nash, President. R. Black, Secretary, Pro tem. We are pleased to find that the board is unanimous in opinion that it is to the advantage of the institu tion and that of the town; that the lots of the institution be immediate 'ly brought into market That sub scriptions of stock will be taken, and with some available funds of the institution, a good and substantial building will be put up. In all of which we heartily concur and say, go ahead, gentlemen. Viiqinia Laud Waebants Ikpoe yant to Many. We feara from the In telligencer that the Secretary of the In terior has received from the Governor of Virginia, under the br...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 December 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT Relating to the sale Bonds of Railroad Companies and to success the number of Directors. ' Sic 1 ; Be H enarlrdtni the General Amen Ify of the State if Ohio, That tb Directors of any Railroad Company authorized to 'borrow money and to execute bonds or promissory notes therefor, shall be, and they are hereby authorized to sell, nego tiate, mortgage; or pledge such bonds or notes, as well as any notes, bonds, scrip or certificates for the payment of money or property which such company may hare heretofore received or shall here aAer receive as donations or in payment of subscriptions to the capital stock or ' for other dues of such company, at such times and in auch places either within or without the State, and at such rates and .- for such prices as in the opinion of said Directors will best advance the interests of such company; and if such notes or ; bonds are thus sold at a discount, such sale shall be as valid in every respect, ' and such secur...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 December 1852

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT Jtlakinf ppmprition in part for the years ,-,. ooe thousand eight hundred ud fty-twe t s and one ttoasaad eiht hnortred and fifty-- three. CSacl. Be it enacted if the General Jtmrn- 8fy ofAe SWe of Ohio, That the following sum be, and the same are hereby appropriated out of any money in l the Treasury not otherwise appro- priated, lor the years one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two and one thousand eight hundred " and fifty A three in pari: " -. For the payment of, the members of the General Assembly, their Clerks Sergeants at Arms, Door ieepers and Messengers, tho sum of twenty thousand dollars. . For the payment of such printing at remains unpaid, and as shall be ordered by either House of the General Assembly, twenty thousand dollars. For mileage of County Treasurers, one thousand five hundred dollars. For provisions, household ex " penses, clothing, servants, fuel, sta tionery, labor, medicines, and con , tingent expenses for the Lunatic Asy...

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