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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1850

I3P0 LIS JOURNAL Published hf James Harper. "Truth and Justice." At ft SO In Advance. Volume XV.- - Number 46. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO. OCTOBER 17. 1850. Whole Number, 774. THE JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday morning RT JAMES HARPER. 1 Telegraph BuiIding,Public Square, Teems: 1 copy one year.paid in advance, 91 50 1 " if paid within the year, Fob Cxvbs. Four copies, Six " 95 g q() 8 00 6 00 Ten " is no The person getting up a club of tew wi'l be entitled to one copy gratis, sol long as the club continues by his exer- tions. inecash, in these cases, must invariably accompany the names. $1 00 25 4 00 Advertising: One square 3 insertions, Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " " 1 year. . To those who advertise larger a Iibe ral reduction will be made. I Love the Ladies—Every one. I love the ladies, every one The laughing ripe branerte, Those dark-eyed daughters of the sun, With tresses black as jet. What raptures in their glances glow! Rich tints their cheeks discloses, And i...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1850

THE JOURNAL. .n t.rai EVE1T IHVISOAY KOMTCTG, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl fiO, in adTanee Office in Telegraph -Raiding, Pakltc M jas. bakpek, and t. A. HASH ilors. QAI.I.IPOLIS. tRDUDlT, - OCT. IT. tSM. The Coalition of Abolitionism and Locofocoism The Coalition of Abolitionism and Locofocoism Triumphant—Wood Elected. Judge Wood, the Loco-Abolition candidate is elected Governor of Ohio. We hare not full returns, but suffi cient to show that his majority will be large. ' This result has been brought about by a coalition of the Locos and Free Soilers. There is no disputing this; the returns from Free Soil counties show it Ques tions of State policy, as between the Whigs and Locos, had little to do with the election for Governor in counties where the Free Soil rote is considerable. Judge Mum by keep ing his abolition notions to himself, and leaving the public in ignorance of his present views in regard to hard money, has succeeded. With mem bers of the Legislature it is dif...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1850

[OFFICIAL.] [OFFICIAL.] The Bounty Land Bill. OP TEX IjfTBSIOt,) . " Oct 3, 1850. The Congress of the United Slates, at its late session, having, in a spirit of justice and liberality, pas sed an set "granting bounty land to certain ' o fleers and soldiers who hare been engaged in the military service of the United States," the President has esteemed it no less a privilege than a duty to adopt all me means in ins power to give prompt and efficient operation to mis beneficent measure. I deem it proper, therefore, to an nounce to those entitled to the ben efits of the law, that, with his sanc tion, I have caused all the necessary forms and instruction! to guide claim ants in applying lor and obtaining their rights to be prepared, and they are now in the hands ol the printer. At the earliest practicable moment copies of these papers will be for warded to each member oftfongress, and to the clerk of the court of eve ry county in the United Stales. It will be his purpose to adminis ter t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 October 1850

Steamboat Explosion. LOUISVILLE, Oct, 7th. The Stealer Kate Fleming, op at Paducah this morning, and was subeeqoently entirely destroyed by fire. I B. Dunham of this city, was Captain, and Habcock of New Alba ny, Clerk. No farther particular! vet. - - Particulars of the Explosion of the Kate Fleming. Fleming. PADUCAH, Oct. 7, P. M. The steamer Kate Fleming, Capt. Dunham, from Louisville (or Cairo, burst both her boilers on Saturday, 5th inst., about 12 o'clock M. Sne had been aground on Wilkins Bar, but had got off and had floated a short -distance, when the bell , rang "go ahead slow," when, alter making a few revolutions, sh6 exploded, and afterwards burned to the water's edge. ' The cause of the explosion is ifioutrhl to be want of water in the hatters. The following is a list of the killed and missing and saved, furnished us by the clerk of the Gen. Lafayette, who was on board at the time and narrowly escaped. He arrived here this mo'rning, with seve ral others, in a skiff from ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 October 1850

POMS JO EM 1 Jl JUo Published by James Harper. "Truth and Justice." At $1 a in Adraiiee. Yolume XV. Number 47. GALLIIOLIS, OHIO. OCTOBER 23, 1850. Whole Number 775.. THE JOURNAL. I published every Thnrsday morning BY JAMES HARPER. 7 Telegraph Building,Pblic Square. ' Terms: I copy one year.paid in advance, 91 50 1 if paid within the year, 2 00 Fob Clubs Four copies, ZS 60 Six " 8 00 Ten " IS 00 The person getting up a club of tew "will be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer tions. The cash, in these cases, must invariably accompany the names. Advertisikg: $1 One square 3 insertions, Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " " i year. To those who advertise larger a libe ral reduction will be made. From the Louisville Journal. The Response of America to the Greeting The Response of America to the Greeting of Jenny Lind. BY C. S. PERCIVAL. I give thee a welcome, thou Bird of the INortn. To my green, sunny shores which have waited thee long, W...

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 October 1850

THE JOURNAL. crushed eveiy thcbsdat noRirao, BY JAMES HARPER, JU the low price of tl 60, in advance -i i Office in Telegraph Bailding, Pakllc Bm jas. harper, and 9. A. HASH Editors. OALIilPOLIS. OCT. 94. IS3. Official Returns. The returns from all the counties have not been received at Columbus, says the State Journal. In the 66 counties heard from, Wood has 13,307 less than WeMer received. In the same coun ties Smith, Free Soil, has 6,652. We thall publish a comparative state ment of the vote of '4S and '50 so soon as we can obtain the full official vole. In all but 20 counties Wood leads Johnston 3,500. The States man thinks the counties to hear from will increase Wood's majority to about 12,000. . The Majorities. Our figures last week not proving exactly correct, we give the correct majorities in this Congressional and Legislative dis trict. For Congress; Welch's majori . ty over Daniel 1224. Simpson, Free Soil, received less than 300 votes in the district. Bundy's majority is 10...

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 October 1850

Mail Gleanings. . - The city of Pri is about to erect, "along the grand avenue of the Champs iSiysce, three Hundred statues, in mar ble, of Parisians disuneuished in the ad ministration of the city, in letters, in .science, me nne arts, or commerce. - -The English Queen,, during her tour In Scotland, made the ascent of Ben-na- Board, a difficult Highland feat It 3,900 feet above the sea's level, and she eclipsed Prince Albert in the race. " A picture of Washington, for the Cal fornia Senate, painted by Miss Stuart, from the original by her father, is now in New York, to be forwarded to its destination.?! The anti-rent convention at Albany N. Y., nominated John J. Kingston -Whig, to Congress. The census of Syracuse, N. Y., shows . population of 22,245. - . The Freshman class at Yale College the present term numbers one hundred and twenty the largest number that ever entered at one time. The receipts at the late fair of the -Mechanics' Charitable .Association, at Boston, were over $20...

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 October 1850

The Siamese Twins at Home. The recent contradictory reports fn regard to the death oi the Sia mese twins, haw recalled to our re collection an account of a visit paid thetn some two years since, by a gentleman who made notes of w hat fee saw and heard at the time the substance of which we proceed to give our readers. North Pennsyl vanian. After being exhibited in England and this country for some years, and becoming tired of a migratory life, they settled down, strangely enough, in the mountainous regions of North Carolina, where they were both married, that is to say each took a wife. These were two sisters, nam ed' Adelaide and Sarah Lates; who were both quite youthful (under twenty years of age,) when they en tered Into this strange union. They were married at the same time. So far as the young women were con cerned, it seems that all went smooth ly enough during the courtship; but the two brothers differed as to which should have Sarah, the largest of the girls, and who is now a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1850

IT mu 1 Published by James Harper. "Truth and Justice." At $1 SO lu Adrauc. Volume XV. Number 48. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 31, 1850. Whole Number 776. GrA OUMAL THE JOURNAL. Is published every Thursday morning BY JAUES nAKPEK. In Telegraph Building, Public Sjnare. Terms: 1 copy one year.paid in advance, $1 60 1- " if paid within the year, 2 00 Fob Clobs. Four copies, $5 60 Six " 8 00 Ten " 13 00 The person getting up a club of ten will be entided to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer tions. The cash, in these cases, must invariably accompany the names. Advertising: $1 One square 3 insertions, Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " " 1 year. To those who advertise larger a Iibe ral reduction will be- made. 00 25 4 00 6 00 Later from Havana. We learn from a- slip from the of fice of the Charleston Courier that the' steamer Isabella arrived at that . port on Saturday last, with dates from Havana to the 8th inst. A let ter to the Courier, from Havana,...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1850

THE JOURNAL. CBLISEKD BTMT THWSDAY MOaNINS, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of $1 60, in advance . Office in Telegraph Building, Public smre. JAS. HARPER, and ? Editors. 8. A. HASH GALLIPOLIS. OCT. SI. 185. Woman's Rights. - A National Woman's Rights Con vention was held in Worcester, (Mass.) last week. Ten States were represented. White and black par ticipated, and if one is to believe all that was said, the lords of creation are a most tjranical set of fellows. We thinfc something sensible might ha said and some good accomplish ed, by our countrywomen, although we see very little evidence of the for mer in the proceedings of this Con vention, and think it certain the lat ter will not follow. A Turk. The people of Chili- eotbe have taken measures to enter lain Amin Bev. the Turkish En voy, and J. P. Brown, who acconv panied his Turkship from Constanti nople, and who is now on a tour of observation through this eountry with him. Cbilicothe. Mr. Brown is a native of ThrTelepsaph Ca...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1850

Members of the Legislature. We ire under, obligations to Mr. Rccx for the following table of mem bers elect of the Legislature. It will be seen that he places Lymax. of the Senate, and Williamson, of the House, in the Free Soil list, we sup pose because they were nominated by tbe Free Soilers. We put them in the Whig column because they were nominated and elected by Whigs. We think their votes will show them Whigs on all questions ol state policy. State Journal. SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE, Columbus, Oct. 24, 1850. Editor Statb Journal I hand yoa a correct list of the members of the next Legu'ature, according to the returns to this office. The clas sification (politically) is according to of the matter. L. RICE. SENATORS. . Allen, Mercer, Auglaize, Vanwert, Putnam, Paulding, Defiance and Williams James Cunningham. Ashtabula and Lake Brewster Randall. Belmont and Monroe William P. Simpson. Builer Jonathan Kilbourn. Clark, Champaign and Madison Harvey Vinal. Clermont and Brown William...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 October 1850

Emigration—How the Women Stand it. ' A letter from Sacramento city da ted August 10th, says: Much gratification was expressed at the report that reached us during the earlier part of the season, that many familiej would this year seek a home in California; and no little Kssnnointment is felt to learn from persons who have already arrived, of the comparatively sman nuuiuci their way out. Much has been said of the hardships and sufferings ol fe males in crossing the Plains,and they are not light I assure you; but they stand the trio and bear up under its fatigues much better than men gen erally; at least my observations last season warrants me in so believing. The same opinion was expressed to me by an individual who had several in his company. Riding up one even ing just as he was preparing to en camp, I noticed in his team a fine yoke of cows, and remarked to him that they seemed to stand the trip very we'll. "Yes," he replied, "there were only two things that could stand such a tri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 November 1850

illlliiili till -. . 4 u r.-. PublUhed by James narperj .: - ' I : ; ' ""Truth and Justice" ! . J",.. ' , ,,,. At $1 30 In Advance. Volume Number 49. ' ; GAL L I P OL I S , O il I ONO VE MB 17850 . I Whole Nume7777. THE JOURNAL; Ia publisheckevery Thursday morning 'BY. JAKES HARPER, is TelegrepX BuUding,Pvilic Square Teems:. . 1 copy one year.paid in advance, f 1 50 1 M if paid within the year, 2 00 Fo Clbbsj Four copies, - tS 60 Six " 8 00 Ten " 13 00 The person getting up a club of tew will be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer Hons. The cash, in these cases, must invariably accompany the names. ASTIKTIStNO: $1 One square S insertions, Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, " " 1 year. To those who advertise larger a Iibe ral reduction will be made. 00 85 00 00 For the Gallipolis Journal. To Mrs. McUmber, on the death of her Mother. Mourn not for her, her soul is fled, Her body now is numbered with the dead; Her painful conflicts, long ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 November 1850

THE JOURNAL. MBUSHKD VT SIAY .OURm, BY JAMES II A R r E K , At Se row'price of f 1 50, fn advance '6mc9 m Telegraph Building, PaMie Bsjemre. its. habfek.' and j Ed;tors. i A. HASH - ) GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY. ROT. . t8e- U. S. Senator. i The question who shall the Whigs -support for U. S. Senator the coming "winter, causes considerable specula tion among our cotemporaries. Th? Cincinnati Gazette says Mr. Corwin is not a candidate for the seat; we -have seen no such announcement in 'regard to Mr. Ewing: on the contra ry vre had supposed that his friends .would support him, and that there would be but one opinion among the f Whigs of the Legislature that Mr. Ewing would be their first choice. But should it be decided to elect a ' new man, we believe that from the longest of our able men, no gentle man can be found better qualified, or that would more ably represent the State of Ohio, in the Senate of the United Slates, than the Hon. S. F. Vintoh. Ripe with the experience of a quarter of ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 November 1850

The President's Family—Union Feeling in Georgia—Fugitive Slave Law—The Presidency—Gosport Navy Yard—Rumors, &c: Correspondence of the Baltimore Clipper. WASHINGTON, Oct. 28, 1850. . TMrs. Fillmore, daughter and sod, arrived in town Saturday night, from I - ; . :.u r" ineir uuuio, iu tuuiyauy wuu wcu. Wool, who joined them at Albany. She brought on with her a fine span - of Mack horses for the State carri- acrei.r ?-- :-':-. ' ' There is no truth in the report . . ,. that John C.Clark, Solicitor 01 me Trnrv. hn heen offered the half mission of Ecuador and Bolivia, at least auch was not the case to-day at noon. . . . Auditor Clayton has letters from Georgia, assuring mm mat part? will sweep the State at the cominK election for delegates to the rrt-.n.:n Mr. Stevens little Alexander H. writes, I learn, that the feeling is universal, that no more aggression upon slavery will be al lowed by Georgia, that Union and Disunion men agree, tnai -n ine r u gilive Slave Law should be repeale...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 November 1850

Correspondence of the New York Tribune. Sketch of the Senate. A Retrospect of its Action—Miniature Likeness of Legislators. WASHINGTON, Oct. 1850. It may not le mo appropos, after the close of the most prolonged and tempestuous session of the Ameri can Congress which has ever occur red, to take a bird1? eye retrospect of its wen, measures and means. I shall, so far as the personal is con cerned, connne my remarks to ine Senate, which has been more spe cially under my supervision, though not, 1 rejoice to say, under my di rection. -- The coup T ail of the Senate Chamber at the commencement of the session was quite different from What it was at the close. Deaths Aetna have made a considerable change in the liniaments of the pic ture - Then the central figure in the foreground, upon the Whig side of the house, was jjauiei ireusier, familiarly known as Black Dan, on the Democratic sido, John C. Cal houn, both of whom have been re moved by the grim monster, Death one directly and the oth...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1850

aatMaMaMMaif Published by James Ilarper. At ft SO In Ad ra uce Volume XV. Number 50. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 14. 1850. Whole Number 778. THE JOURNAL, Is published every Thursday morning IIY J A TICS HARPER, 1m Telegraph Building, Public Square. . - - Tzbms: 1 copy one year,pa!d in ad ranee, $ 1 60 1 " if paid within the year, 2 00 Fox Cwis. Four copies, 95 50 Six 8 00 Ten " 13 00 m. . - I . iuo person eeuwe up eciUD I txh III L. J . 1 wmw euuucu 10 odd copy gr.u, mo long as inecmn continues Dyms exer- Hons, i no caRn, in tnese cases, must i Invariably accompany the names. Advektisihg: One square 3 insertions, SI 00 Each subsequent insertion. 25 One square 6 months, 4 00 " " 1 year. 6 00 To those who advertise larger a libe rat reduction will be made. From the Louisville Journal. TT7W are sure that a husband, so beautifully and touchingly appealed to, will fly home upon the wings of lore: To an Absent Husband. Dearest, come home! I cannot bear Thy long protracted stay, So sd and l...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1850

THE JOURNAL. BY JAMBS HARPER, jh the low price of 9t 60, In advasee " Office Tn Telegraph Building, P.Hle gMre. jas. harper, and ) itors. 9. A. HASH ) fni'RDDlT. nor. M. 18M. Congress and the Union. . The time lor tne re-assemuuug ui . I J IPU. Congress is near at nauu. no wui ing session will be a short one, but quite long enough to accomplish something for the wants of the coun try in the way of ordinary legisla . tron, If the attention ol the National Legislature is not drawn away to reexamine the subject of slavery, with all the questions that come within its range. During the last ses sion, running through ten months, this subject was agitated, till the at- tention of the whole nation was aroused to the matter in controversy u it never had been before, and as it . seldom is to any subject that comes before that body. AH other ques " tions gave way and were for the time forgotten by Congres and the nation. But the session did not close, as was teared at one time, without : accom...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1850

From the Boston Traveller, Oct. 31. From the Boston Traveller, Oct. 31. Attempt to rob the Village Bank at Danvers— From the Boston Traveller, Oct. 31. Attempt to rob the Village Bank at Danvers— One of the Robbers Killed. '' A abort time since, the director! of : the Village Bank t North Panvers, re ceived information which rendered it nrobable that an attempt would shortly be made by a daring and expert gang of robbe-s, to break into and rob the bank They accordingly narrowly inspected the defence of their safe for such an at tack, and having concluded that it would resist V pretty serious seige, they ap pointed a citizen: of the town, named Aaron Bateraan, as bank watchman. This latter fact was not generally known in the town, and the robbers themselves were not probably aware of it. - - At two o'clock this morning, Mr. Bateman heard three or four persons ap proaching the bank. They came to the door which is of glass to within a few feet of the bottom, and has no shutters, and ha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 November 1850

How Jenks Joined the Odd-Fellows. Verv well. Mr. Jw 7, know my opinion of secret societies. Perfectly, my dear.perfectly,' said or friend, thrusting his hands into bis pockets, with all the energy he could summon. And you will joinf Don't you think itbestf . No sir, once for all I do not? -Consider if you should be left a widow, with nothing to support "Now what a ridiculous argument Do vou suppose, Mr. Jenks . My dear? . ; 'Mr. JenksP . 'Will you listen for a momen.tr 'Certainly.' Well, then I respect your wishes; and you know I love you dearly it will be impossible to oblige you In this instance, i nave sent in my document and to nignt l am so be in itiated. Mrs. Jenks opened her handsome eyes in amazement, and for a mo ment was lost in wonder. And so you are actually going to be initiated;' . 'Yes, my dear.' '.. Well, will you tell me all about it when you come homer -'Perhaps so- uomiortea witn this assurance, the lady offered no further opposi tion.and our hero took his departu...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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