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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 February 1853

l- A . hi! X : II A l ' " II if h'll II -IV I A"- i AA : : , : IU hSV' ii-c I W l AY v Pill '. rt. ,1 hv? r - 'fr, .-. -.. ' .it.TUi a!? n r. ;.x 7 a "Trnth and Jnilice.o !g.;T; ;;,! .rt-V. hi.',""1"' r At SI 00 la Advance' Published by James Harper. . ; i. . ! !U Voluiiie - XVIII.-Number! lO i? If " GAL LIPO L I S-OHI O FEBRUARY; 3. 18 5 3 . Whole NbniberlBal THE GALUPOLIS JOUKMLi . II publiibcd ernj Thoidat morning, BrilflESBlBPEB, . Immediately ower tbe Book Store, Public ' : - ' Sqoar. . - ; j .-, .i Tun: - - .. : ...-... . 4 copy one year, paid in adranee. If paid within 3 month, '" " If : 6 - ' 4' - t H "- ; " "At the expiration of the year, - $100 1 25 1 50 1 75 3 00. No discontinuance until all arrearage are eltled ; and a failure to notify the publisher of discontinuance trill be considered ai a new engagement. Any person getting up a Club of TEH to one addresa,win reeeire a copy gratia. The cisa, in such case, must invariably accompany the names. .... Adtbitisinq: One squa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 February 1853

THE JOURNAL. MBLISHKD 1TI1T TBTKSMT OMIH0 BT AMES HARPER, At tbe lowpriof $tOO.larn GALLIPOLIS. FBB 9, 1893 The Ohio Democracy and Basks. Ths reader has noticed that a bill has teen under discussion in tbo lower House of the Ohio Legislature to en force the collection of Bank taxes, which requires the Treasurer! to call Sn the pone eomitatnt. and to break; open doors, drawers, boxes, desks, vault, &c., to get at the money for the satisfac tion of the taxes that may be imposed upon them. Several days have been ' consumed in its consideration, and there seems a determination on the part of the Locofocos to pass it. . There certainly can be fio objection to using the same means to collect de linquent taxes from the Banks that are used to collect other taxes. But are the Banks delinquent? Every Bank in the State has paid the full amount that has heretofore been taxed against them, and the full amount required by their charters. The lav of last winter, die- regarding the charters, re...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 February 1853

Th Gardiice Cask. The reports ' era directly contradictory touching the results of the investigations made at to the existence in Mexico of the mines for which a large indemnity was award ed to Dr. Gardiner under the treaty with Mexico, The Union says: - "We understand that the agents of the Senate's committee report that they found no mine in the district of country where Dr. Gardiner says the wine was located which furnished the foundation of his claim lor indemnity. On the other hand, we are informed that the gentlemen who accompanied Dr. Gardi ner give an entirely different statement, andthst they are willing to testify not only as to the existence of the mine, but that they offered to the government com mission the directions for finding it, which were not regarded. ". This conflict is a matter of evidence which we do not undertake to reconcile. .. Tan Bark Wanted. THIRTY cords ol last season's peel ing Chestnut Oak Bark, wanted immediately by the undersigned, for which I will ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 February 1853

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT TnVnV ffnli for holding the terms fiTtte" Court of Common Pleas i the Eight Judi eial District ef Obio .--- . ,-. - j Sic. 1. Brit enaeledDyine uenertu Assembly of Ike Slate of Ohio, That the Court of Com-1 on Pleas tftialt be held ia the several counties of the Eighth Judicial District SI (be times following, to wil: . FIRST SUBDIVISION. In the county ot Muskingum, the second Tuesday of February, the fourth Tuesday of May, and the third Tue day of September. In the county of Morgan, the second Tuesday of March, the third Tuesday of June, and the first Tuesday of No ; vember. ' In- the .county of 'Noble, the first TueedayCef April, the fourth Tuesday of July, and the third Tuesday ot No Tember. - ; ; ', '1 . " " SECOND SUBDIVISION. In the county of Belmont, the third . ". Tuesday of February, the uecond Tues day of May, and tb.6 third Tuesday of Beptember. , ' " , ' '.,''' " In the county of Monroe.lhe second - Tuesday of March, the f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 February 1853

US' :f JOURNAL. JLE1P0 4 lAZli'IOLailT - Jet.--: " ' ' ' OA Published hj James narper.l "Trnlh aad JuiUce.M At $1 90 la Advanes . i ............. ' ' - - - ". Volume XVlil.-- Number 11. GALLIPOLIS, OH I pj FEBRUARY 10," 1853. "iVhole Numbbr895 LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT For opening regulating Roads and Highways. '.-.:. .". . . . ., : , , - ,' Sec. I.. Be enacted Igr General Autmbh the Slatt of Okut, Tbat all Road" and High ways, which have been, or may here after be, laid oat and established agree ably to law, withifc this Slste. shall be Opened "and kept in -repair, in the man ner hereinaflerproviiedrahd all county and township-roads, ah all hereafter be laid out and established agreeably to the provisions of this act; and. hall not be Teet wide, and In .,U cases th. width sack road shall be detenniiiBd Iy Ue viewers' o'thsVame, as bereinahefOro Sec. 2.;' That all applieationa for lay ing out, viewing, reviewing, altering, or vacating any county joad shall behy petition to ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 February 1853

w THE JOURNAL.; FVSLISHED 1VEBT milMI JtOBJiU'w BY JAMES HARPER, t the low price of 91 00, In advance "35 Sale of the Academy Lois—Price of Real Estate in Gallipolis. The Trustees of (ho Gallia Academy, pursuant to previous notice in the Jour nal, sold the lot lying between the Presbyterian Church asd the Public Square, last Monday, at auction. The purchasers and prices are as follows: , The corner lot. No. 1, fronting on the public eqaare 26 feet and 11 in;hes. uJ Ml foet and 8 inches deep, ap- : praised at tSOOO. sold to Samuel T. Himf cT for 3.600. -v.i ' Lot No. 2, adjoining, 20 feet tront, rt8feet and 3 inches deep, appraised - at 1000,aold to Wk. C. Mille for ' 91,190. . ; No. 3, adjoining, same size, and ap- praised at sarae'as No. 2, sold to Lswvj is B. Mejushb. lor 91,069. No. 4, same size and appraised at the Mist, was also purchased by Mr. Me -- stasis for $ 1,065. '., No. 7, adjoining No. 4, of the same size, and also appraised at 91000, sold to Wk. H. Lamolet for $1,080...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 February 1853

Sataobs. Tha Oregonian of the last data mentions a fight at Tulic lake, between a party of - Indians and a company of troops under the command of CapU Benj. Wright, and that forty of the iormer were kilted. : The paper adds without comment, that tie scalps of the Indi tns were brought ixbtf the soldiers. In this case it would bo difficult to say which party were the savages. Tm Best Poosisls Remidt CansBUT tioii Wister's Balsam of Wild Cherrv is just the remedy that pure minded, unprejudieei man, thoroughly acquainted with every system of practice. d well acq uamted with the whole Materia Medics, and experienced ia genera practice, would recommend as the zest roesttLX bemidv. for the cure of coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis and consumption. . This resaed) contains the extraordinary medicinal virtues of the Wild Cherry and the Fir which are combined and embodied in their utmost power in this article. By a nice chemical process, everything dele terious or useless is rejeetel, so that...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 February 1853

[Continued from first page.] T - 'FJwii Jbft cferk of" the township aJ jfeu such order by '. direction of Abe trustees, ualess an VP1 h perfected, agreeably to th. proirB.oM , of this section- :,a. rSee.-S4 That the decision" ob tained to the probate ;oorV as - rvided for in the foregoing section, - shall be certified back to the town- ihiD clerk, wbo shall notify ihe trus- tees tnereol, whereupon me iriic ' shall dispose of the case agreeably, to the order of the probate j , .nd the probate dge aha" be allowed to lax the same lees which are by law allowed for similar ser , fices in other cases. nSec. 35. That whenever any township road shall become oseless, mora residents of the . OUT vuw , township may, alter giving the same notice required in the; thirtieth sec ':' Una of this act, petition the trustees "'to vacate ihe samel and if said trus. tees are satisfied that the proper notice has been given, and" no injus- ' ike will be done thereby, they shall, at their next regular meet...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 February 1853

m- fc t . f - ,, r r 7rf-i V. .t: i : .-'S .. .: a t 4 a "Truth and Justice. Published by James Ilarper. At $1 00 In 'Advance Volume XVIII. - - Number 12. 6ALLIPOLIS, OHIO, FEBRUARY 17, 1853. Whole Number 896 GALLIPO JOURNAL Why Will thou wrongly Judge Me. Way Ut thou wrongly judge me, My actions mix-ncutrue? ' Why will tbau thiok my every act . r An intuitu to you! - God kaowt that, in my inmoit heart, I would not thee offend; My pnyen are foe thy happiness, Aj tfaey to Heaven attend. Way wilt tboo wrongly judge met It u a Christian's part. To wran the good and pan the bad. Within a tinner', heart ; . We all have faults, and each should strive To hide those of hit brother; " Obeying thus our Lord's behest. Of ove ye one another." Why wilt tbou wrongly judge me! What have I said or done! I am not perfect, for we know . Perfection there is none. Nor yet in thought, nor jet in deed, Did ever I intend . T wound thy feelings, or indeed, In any iray offend. Then let as now be reconciled,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 February 1853

THE JOURNAL. PUBLISHED RVEBT THCBSDAT KOBKHCO 3Y JAMES HARPER, At the low price ot 91 00, in advance aALMPOLIS. MrittlTt - - m. IT, 1553 Virginia Central Railroad. We learn from a letter from Rich mond, wder date of the 8th lost.. ad dressed to a gentleman in this place, that one' hntneK. nf rti IWisIatare f Virgin! have amended the Central Road bill, mating the mouth ol Sandy the wvaisnr terminus, " - . ttent will be acquiesced In by the other Iranch, without djubu We stated last week that this quettion waa to be left to the Board of Public Work, but ft seem, that influence have been brought to ear, wholly Soetbern m their charac; far, we presume, against an Ohio con section, a4 io Savor of the Sandy oate, where it will connect with the JJaysrflte route. - The same letter states that a resolu tion will be introduced, authorizing the construction of a branch of the road down the Kanawha valley to its mouth. The road, if built to Sandy, will leave the Kanawha river some four miles be...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 February 1853

New York and New Orleans Air Line Railroad. A' chemo .bas been matured by capitalists la New York and New Orleans for constructing -an- Air line Railroad between the two cities. It will pass Ihrough New Jersey, Dela ware, a portion of the Eastern shore of' Maryland and "the counties of Virginia East of the Bay, where it Will pass across the Bay in a steam terry boat, passing through Nonoik go on a straight" line to New Or leans. To carry this plan out it is necessar to eet chaiters trom all the States through which the road is to pass. It is said this road will run 86 miles ia the Territory of Virginia. The application for a charter to "our Legislature was received as it should have been, and promptly granted by the concurrence of both Houses, as we hope all charters will be, from whatever part of the State the request come. Kan. Republican. Sunk. Last Wednesday night a flat boat loaded with wood sunk, after being partially burned, near the mouth of the Little Miami. The boat was ti...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 February 1853

California News by Star of the West. Trrt Freshet. The ppe fJtaT with- detail relative W " We bearv falla" of rain and snow, the accompanying freshet in and the sufferings In the miniDg dis tricts, for want of provis'ons, ton sequent upon th. partial interrupt on commonication, with the settle- The Sacramento Union, in al Jbding to the rains, says: - ' -, . .The city Js literally flooded by the immense fall of rain;, buildings have been thrown down by the wind fn all. parts of "the 19 wn, the river is rising, the- levee breakitig, and an overflow threatened eiftd the whole population in confusion terror, and water.. . The courts -all : adjourned, and business 0! every kind was en tirely suspended. The papers are filled with details of the disasters by storm and flood. The authorities are using every possible effort. to keep the levee in repair and save the city from overflow. It is greatly feared that if the storm does not abate, and the river recede, the levee, strong as it is, wil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 February 1853

t .j;.ZHTjor.ni!T 9di i r :1 ". 3 n 1 ' i . t.i. '.f .. 'ubl ished byJa raes Harper. "Troth and JoiUce. At 91 OO'ii Xdranct .Volume ic-v!;' f.i 1" -cr" XVIII. - Number;i3. GALL I POL I S , O H I O, F E BRU AltY 2 4 , 1853 .2 u ti J II J JL JL V-: OL-i JL k- ejaanea w ensssa. mm i w THE CORK LEG. We believe , that, the. -JoUo wing admirable story, written, some twen ty,' vears ; ago. or more, by, Henry Gessford Bell, an English author, has not gone the rounds of the news papers for a long time. It maybe well enough 10 give it a start lor. .benefit of the rising generation. " Boston Journal. ':-. H who has been at Rotterdam .will remember a ' house of. two -stories, which stands in the suburbs just adjoining the basis of the canal running between lhat city and the Hague, Leyden, and. other places. 1 say he will remember it, for it must have, been pointed out to him naving been once inhabited by the Jjaost . ingenious artist that Holland eyer produced, to say nothing of his daughter, t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 February 1853

THE JOURNAL.- FVBLISHEO EVERT IWMHI JfOWOT BY JAMES ffAKPBR. At the low prie of tl 00, tn advance OALl-IPOLIS. FEB. 94, IMS The Parkersborgh Gazette refers to the late sale of Iota in this place, and " eays: r. Gal'.ipolis is the oldest town in Ohio, ; to judiciously and pleasantly locaiea, -but has grown little for many years. r The above figures give-some iu.igm u ; to the eanseof her stand still lots are . so high that do poor man can obtain a . foot hold in the village, and, without : poor men, no place prospers. ,' - It most be recollected that the lota re ferred to are not only the best locations 'for business stands in the place, but the 'only property on the public square that . will soon be brought into the market. Well might our neighbors along the river ear that Gallipolis is "pleasantly ' located," situated as every part of it is, ; high above the floods, which is very .-comfortab'e, while our. less fortunate neighbors are mailing for the hills and garrets. . , This char...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 February 1853

THE NEW COINAGE BILL. haa finally passed Congress, reducing, M proposed, tne weight of the half dol !ar ailver. coin, and establishing that of the quarter to half, of the dime to one filth, and of the half dime to one tenth 01 me weignt 01 tne naTdoUar. A new gold coin of three dollars will be issued. "xd the gold dollar may be so changed as to improve it. Oar cold coins will consist of I. . 3. 5. 10 and SO dot lars the silver of 3, fi, 10, 25, 0, and 100 cents, ttr e. FARRELL'S GENUINE ARABI AM LINIMENT it a moot extraordinary - Medicine, the troth of which is placed beyond doubt by the rut sale of the article and the many eurei being daily performed by it, which ' previously had muted all other medicine and ' the akill of the best physicians in the world. ' It is composed of balsams, extracts and gums peculiar to Arabia possessing, in a concentra ted form, all their stimulating, anodyne, pene trating, unctuous and revulsive properties, and - the same which, ages ago, were used by ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 February 1853

RACE BETWEEN A LOCOMOTIVE AND A FLOCK OF GEESE. American has the fotlowinir Incident: Coming np orflhe express train the tcer.diyillio happertea , inn n leaving Fonda, a flock ol some thirty "wild geese srepto-er ioto the valley of the Mofia wi, just as tne cars t were under way. These geese being evidently bewildered, kept on -steadily op the river, but-well over jOn.jthe opposite; side of the valley; hence a good chance to: compare .their speed wMli the "lightning train" was nnoraea. At nrst It seemea m .be about an "even thing," but after , : jfew : moments H- was readily perceived that the geese were draw Mng ahead of the locomotive- After ,a few minutes, the flock seemed hall inclined to drop down into the Mo Tiawk,u'nd abated much, of . their ..ipeed-rthe engine recovering ' the lost ground. ..Tbe geese' thought better of it, changed front, sought a -greater elevation, and pushed ahead again in the same direction of the train. By this time the race became quite exciting, and o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 March 1853

Lwgh . .cr.D wrtT ,jc 6".J .-I'.;l r ! oV? - . - ,Wiv ' li, II J ) I LLi I 1 F V ?! C;',v " JV 1 . . - : 1 4 0 ; -' v, v.-ip.-: , y. t :i i h . a if i y ;i rblished by James tlarper. At $100 la Adranc f.,4 ;v!' yV-:; Voluihe -XVIII. Number 14. . ' h G A L L I P O L I S O H O -MAR C H 3,18 5 3 . V ? " -WholeTViirobergOB A! W ft . U II '!"?! R Jl' K' II II 1 B i .W ,I I t N r. f "1 i . - - .- . - v...;-:u V 1 " i For the Gallipolis Journal. REPLY TO "Why wilt thou wrongly judge me." I would not wrongly judge yi,.' ' , , f-' 'Ihf tangmige misconstrue, ' ' ' 1 N think tbjr every act insult, I. r. Isten-ied id (of ne .,r , y i : Tfcy pnyen fer my hipines " ( i cannot tlunfc iineert,. .. As long u erery prayer made' Is followed by a sneer. c J :: ' , v : .1 . Iwold not wrongly judge ye, . . , I know it's a christian's due, ' "' '. 1 VTdicsmtW good, forgire the bad, " ' .' -1 :. And kwe the sinner V.r I I know w'e ereryone bare 'aultsp ' Fault are not alwa crimes, . L We should our Lord's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 March 1853

THE JOURNAL. P0BLI3HED BVEET TBTeBSDAT BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of $1 00, in advance GALLIPOLIS. - MARCH 3, 1S3S Whig Ticket. For Governor, - NELSON BARREBE, Of Highland. . ' For Lieutenant Governor, i ISAAC J. ALLES, Of Richland.; . ' for Treasurer of State. -HENBYBRACHMAN, ., ;i( Of Hamilton.. . ., . ,, For Secretary of State, NELSON H. VAN VORHES, : . Of Athens. : ; ; '," For Attorney General, " - .WILLIAM H. GI BSON, .. Of Seneca. -iV.1-.por Supreme Judge, ' FRANKLIN T. BACKU8, ? ' ' Qf Cuyahoga. ' '' ' -For Board of Public Works,' . JOHN WADDLE,; '"' Of CoaboctoD. ff'-t: Our Ticket. ; We publish the material part of the proceedings of the Whig State Conven tion, and, endorse the result by placing the ticket at the bead of our columns. As tome of the nominees are compara lively new nieh, we publish the follow ing. short sketch of the ticket, from the State Journal: ; -- -:: v v Our Nominees. , -a ' very general and hearty approval of the Whig State tick et, which was po...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 March 1853

Dkkadfci. Accidkkt at Cok tahtihom.. A dreadful accident occurred on the 4 th. A sloop was conveying 40 soldiers of the guard to a steam frigate about to leave for Dalmatia, and it was driven by the violence of the current against large Vessel anchored near the Seraglic The shock was so violent that all the men were thrown into the water; and they, being in cumbered with their arms and bag gage, were all drowned, with the exception of four or five, who were picked up by the boats of the Eng. lish, Russian, and French men-of-war. We understand that one of ou Ferry Companies has contracted for one of Ericsson's Caloric Engines, to run a new ferry boat to be built the coming summer. Ctn. Gazette. H. G. FARRELL'S GENUINE ARABI AN LINIMENT ii a most extraordinary medicine, the truth of which is placed beyond doubt by the vast tales of the article and the many cures being daily performed by U, which previously had resisted all other medicines and The skill of the best physicians in the wo...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 3 March 1853

Singular Secret Society. The police of 'PerrysviIle,'Ashland ceunVy, nave jbst 'dtscoTeretf anlTex posed ffecrd iflciefy ' among the rotitb jof that town, whicfi 3ttart- linff enouah Jo its features; -.the - q, . - a penalty a littStf harder than usual: 'The aorietVnDmbered a band of fifteen young, men and boys, formed for the purpose of robbery.' - A cap tain was chosen and a regalar Con- .Btitaltos and By-Laws, the violation of which 'was death, were adopted. One of the band stele from his own father $10, wbicb.he "Iad collected for a ' poor ' widow, who', had a'aon belonginjf;4o' the band.'" Learning that the money belonged to. her, the . banil stole, $i0 Iron. nolher.woman to replace it. .The cash-drawer of a landlord in Perrrsvilfe was opened by two of the band, and a ten dollar bill r taken' from it. The. one who changed the bill to divide with his comrade, charged a premium for change. This being a violation of the By-Laws, the rest of the ; band, unknown to him, held a meeti...

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