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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 June 1853

:-.; i .k I PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPE3.J Truth and Justice, AT 0E DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALL IP OL IS, OHIO, J UN E 3 0 , 185 3 . Number 31. III LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. Defining tlx Jurisdiction and regulating the raccce oi rrooate uoarts. CHAPTER I. JURISDICTION OF PROBATE COURTS. . vj ate estate oj uiae, 1 Here u established in each county of this State, a Probate Court, which shall be held at the county seat of eacn county: Exclusive Jurisdiction of Probate Courts. . See. 2. The Probate Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction jn Probate and Testamentary matters, except as herein after provided. 4 1.- To take the vroof of wills, and to admit to record' authenticated copies of wins executed, proved ana allowed in 'the courts of any other State, Territory or county. . 2. To grant and rev ke letters testa mentary, and of administration: 3. To direct and control the conduct, and settle the accounts of executors and administrators: 4. To enforce the payment of the...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 June 1853

THE JOURNAL. BTr AMES HARPER, . . .i no. in advance. jLt uie ww priuc w . - JDRBSt,UU WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. " For Governor, i ITELSOJT BARREEE, of Highland. For lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, of Richland. -For Treaturer of Stale, HEXBT BRACHMAN, of Hamilton, ' For Secretary of State, KELS05 H. TAN VORHES, of Athena. For Attorney General, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, yEANEUN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, .. r JOHN WADDLE, of Coshocton. ' " Railroad Matters. The Directors of our Railroad have held several meet. . nigs during the last week, as we hare " been informed, but the result of their deliberations is to us unknown. There hare been various rumors during the time of a fair prospect that arrange .ments could be made that will secure .the building of the road. As the elec tion of Directors is soon to take place, probably nothing definite will be re solved upon until after the election. We have confidence that the board will do all in...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 June 1853

Last week an Iowa editor "just to try Lis readers," published a chapter from the Songs of Solomon. , The next day one of his patrons addressed a com plimentary letter; concluding as follows: "Devilish good. Who wrote it, not Boh ' Smerson, did he?" Iowa, we Bhobld hink.: frpm this, offers . a fine field for' vlowinir ub of our missionary friends. ; ; We hope they will attend to it. Tempi rasck. Rev. Jamks Mitch ill will deliver a lectnre on the subject of Temperance at the Methodist Church, on Monday evening, the 11th of July. Snzz Clcb. The Spike Club will meet at . the American House, on Saturday morning next, at seven 'o'clock, preparatory to lea Yin? for the h on tin? grounds. The gunners will meet on this (Thursday) evening, at the same "place, far the Duroose of making arrangements lor an early start Saturday morning, locating the camping ground, Ac. A full attendance is requested. - WsKEum Match. A wheeling match is proposed, to come off on the 4th of July, be tween the hours...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 June 1853

.ear. A iiic-ht or tiro since, during the mall tours, u one of our benignant type was wandering homewards, ne noticed a female sitting upon the steps A-sintmiT a. handsome residence, and heard the feeble moans of a young child. The. rirenmntance was somewhat Singu lar and with his usual rood feeling he KreAeA to enquire into the case. Hhm woman was rather taciturn and nn Mtimnuncatire but finally told a story which amounted to this: -She had only six hours previous become a mother, and in the midst of her pain and weak ness had been turned out of doors, and left to the tender mercies of the world. Who had perpetrated so heartless an act she would not tell neither her name, or the name of her child's father. There she was, friendless, agonized, and alone entrusted with two lives a poor, despised, helpless Mother. God help the beast to whom she was indebted for such a position. Buffalo Express.' f" A curious case has lately been decided in the Pension Office. In 1846 Commodore Crane, ...

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 July 1853

JlxMoiunffST i :,x. i: -i . f J-l . i iui. - . ' t ; . . f.f -J...i -- r. U Ki: 1i .i; .-ii", ;.v T1 11 .vSi H- ' -r-.r? 7.ti t-ut.ti !i - ;ia dji . vf'sJ ,-n:---s PUELISUEP . BY JAMES HARPER. Xftf tHrti n dJ n s 1 1 c e . ; "y 'fiv - i ;:'v.: : 1 ,c , 4. . v.; AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE, Volume XVIII. GALL IPO LI S , OHIO , J U L Y 7v I 8 5 3 : - i. r i v Numtjw 32. , . . i ;. Ill' H sH Ha Hi- H HI LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT -Of Jorwdietion and Prooedat before Jnstidet it the Peat,a& at the dotia f CouUble in Civil Cases. ARTICLE I. ARTICLE I. OF THE JURISDICTION OF JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. Be itneud bf t)u General Anamblf tf the SUmUf OUo: See. .;The iaridicUooif Jus tices of the Peace in civil cases shaJL ua- .less otherwise directed by law, be limited to the township wherein they may have .been elected, and, where they shall re- .siae . ,. Sec. 2. . Justices of the Peace within and co-extensire with their respective , counties, shall have jurisdiction and a...

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 July 1853

ARTICLE V. ARTICLE V. Adjournments. Be 62. Upon the return day, if a ju ry be-required, or if the Justice be actu ally engaged in other official bf hVny aljourn the trial without the consent of either party as follows: : i VTm a party is in attendance. who is not a resident of the county, or 'where the defendant is 1n attendance un der arrest, the adjournment not to. ex- . eeed forty-eight Hours; ana me ueieuu ant, if under arrest, to continue in cus- .'lody. r ' f " ' . , . in nthor rami, wot to exceed eight nnToat W rnnvni nf narties. If the trial be not adjourned, it must take - place immediately upon the retura of the ; summons, ' ,. ,i - See. 63. The trial may be adjourned -poa the application of either party, VSSoot the consent of the other, for. Triod not exceeding thirty days as fol- ThTparty asking the adjournment Vmust, required by adversary prove by his own oath, or otherwise, that ' he cannot for want of material testimony .' which he expects to procure, safely pro . eee...

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 July 1853

FOREIGN. ' The steamer Africa reached :.' Yqjjt Hrh .7tliiltj r-Tha only news of importance relates to the Turkish question. - The Russians seem determined to oc crVie DadVirdvinoetJrTiieTi France -sdeeJaifei irili' 1m iviaUtion.of existing treaties; r- The English Government had not taaen aeciaea swps, so iar as nau - transpired. u The latesi . telegraphic advicM state that the report that Russia had accepted the mediation of Austria,', is rather .doubtful; and this uncertainty had affec ted all the markets, but the Paris Bourse keerann'on the supposition that there iriU not be a general war. i' . . ' 1 " -A' dispatch from- Constantinople; da ted the ?th, says that the Russian eouri lier. with the Czar's ultimatum, had ar- -' rived there, and it wag thought almost -certain tne rone would refuse it. ' ' The insurgents in China' had taken 2fankin, and Chiang Choe and Shanghai . are totally destroyed. ' , ' Mr.Yanderbilt sailed on the 13th for ; Russia. ' - , . . Mr, Van., B urea and ...

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 July 1853

[From the New York Evening Post.] Divorce in Ohio. The last Legislature of Ohio pawed Uw concerning divorce, of moet extra ordinary character. We shall be sur prised if there is not s rather bruk em feration of badly matched people setting kto the Buckeye State, when the kind of relief this act is designed to afford be comes generally known. ' The .legisla nn would hare had to sro but Terr lit tle further to have made the relation of ' Eusband and "wife purely .a simple con tract,, determinable f the will of. the parties, like thaf between master and errant, or principal arid agent A few jears experience under such a law.mnst -determine to the satisfaction of the most radical of the social reformers whether marriage, as commonly . understood is what Geo. Sand denominated 'consecra ted adultery,' or something more. . The law to which we refer, provides that divorces may now be granted by (he Court of Common Pleas, in Ohio, for any of the following causes. , First When either of the p...

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 July 1853

Ml .tli PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE- Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 14, 1853. Number 33. m a I LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT. f' Jurisdiction and Procedure before Justice of th Peace, and of the duties of Constables in Civil Cases. [CONCLUDED.] ARTICLE VIII. Judgments. Sec. 104. Judgment that the action be dismissed without prejudice to a new Action may be entered with costs, in the following cases: 1 When the plaintiff voluntarily dis misses the action before it is finally sub mitted. . 2 When he fails to appear at the time specified in the summons, or upon adjournment, or within one hour there after. 3 When it is objected at the trial and appears by the evidence that the action is brought in the wrong township. Sec. 105. If the plaintiff fail to ap pear at the return day of the summons, and his bill of particulars be not filed and evidence before the Justice, the action must be dismissed. If the de fendant fail to appear at 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. — 14 July 1853

each and every constable guilty of such aeglect, shall forfeit and pay, on con viction thereof, any sum not exceeding ne hundred dollars; to be recovered by action in the name of the Stole of Ohio, for the use of the party injured thereby, to be prosecuted Deiore any court baring cognizance thereof. So. iTfl Where a eonstable shall have levied' on any goods and chattels which remain unsold for want of bid ders, or other just cause, it shall be his duty to- return with me execuuon i schedule of all such goods and chattels. And the justice shall, unless otherwise directed by the party lor wnom sucu execution issued, or his agent, immedi ately thereafter, issue an order, thereby commanding any constable to whom the same may be directed or delivered, to expose such property w saie; wnicn sale, and the proceedings thereon, shall be the same as 11 sucu property been sold on the original execution. Sec. 179- Any constable Laving levied on goods and chattels, of which he permits the party 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. — 14 July 1853

AN EXHIBIT of the Receipts and Expenditures Gallis of the Receipts and Expenditures of Gallis county for the fiscal year ending with the ninth of the Receipts and Expenditures of Gallis county for the fiscal year ending with the ninth day of June, A. D 1853: REVENUE FUND. Receipts. 'Amount of R. Black, former Treasurer, : - $5 19 R. Black, depreciated paper, , 17 00 loan of John Sanns, - 410 00 Permit to aell goods, tavern and ferry iocensea, 96 38 2 owuion licenses, 120 00 Fines, casta and forfeited reeoeni- t sahces. 1222 55 Highway expenses paid by petitioners 26 25 Payments on lota sold to Bailer and Donnally, 427 01 3 TTet collections onDuplic'e of 1852, 3707 57 6 $6032 67 1 487 77. 2 $6520 44 3 - Expenditures over Receipts, Expenditures. Expenseof . Printing and publishing lavs, $666 1 1 Coroners inquests, -. 16 69 Assessing, 523 42 . Board of equalisation, . , 12 00 , Common school return and settlem't, 92 25 . Defending criminals and prosecut'g, 122 00 . Highways, . 100 69 S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 July 1853

The Lover's Lamest for his Betrothed. BY DANIEL I. EDWARDS. "Death claims his victim, lore implore in vaan Hot e'en the smile of beauty's hectie ehee Avail 10 turn cue ivmui uua m Ajtost. And have they tore thee from my tide, my life's best, dearest part? Whose image was enshrined within the cham- . bars of my heart? They're laid the in the ''narrow house," and sane the funeral strain! . : ; And I am left to mourn thy loss in sorrcnr, woe . . and pain. - Each wbi where we hare rambled oft, each ltawer-each nook and tree. Are only sad niementos to bring back the past , tome! rVe miss thee si the social hearth which thon were wont to mM. And there is none can ever fill thy long acens- tomed place. The sorrowful and glad of heart the aged and theyoupg, ' "With rapture dwelt to hear the soft, sweet nra- And sll delisted were to see thy gentle, kind lw aenile. So full of love and truthfulness, devoid of art or guile. Alas! we never more shall hear thy voice of sweetest tone! And that bri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 July 1853

MARKET. Wednesday, July 20, 1853. Wednesday, July 20, 1853. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. FbanV 85(84 50tConi Mel.- -" 40 Wheat, .-,,-; 60,Baeoni fV: ' 6 10 Corn. - 45lCoffe,ick,WlO!K Oata, .v.. "3U:570C8ngar, 5fi Flaxseed,1 -75(880 Loaf do.-; -'-' W12 6 lVd Appoi.,"' Peaehesi IJvUvi , A I Y. Hyson,' T 25 to 75 Imperial, 50 to 1 00 Gunpowder, -50 to 75 Lard, keg, reamers, Ginseng, Beosjraa,; N i Batter, ChMU " 30 WNails 5to6 ailird fajl.-jV-.-."-- 1 00 lOLinieedOii: 1 00 6Whrskey. '-' i820 Chickens, -J 00(31 W Wiite 8alt, per bushel, . 3Q CINCINNATI MARKET. July 14, P. M. Floor JTre was a pretty good demand far Hoar to-day, at aa Advance of 6(2 10c ibL but buyers did not appear to have suffi cient confidence ia the late advance in Eng land, to operate extensively thereupon, but the next advices from, abroad will be looked for with a good deal of interest. . Sales ranged from $3 60 to 3 80. . Grain- There has been no Wheat offered daring the week, and prices are nominal...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 July 1853

- ' 6 wiiiiegiLi!mw;g" rl TiKPim t Pakw. The fol lowing story, which: we copy from the Courier dee Etats Uais. show teat the Paris gentry who live by their -wits have , found out a way of tipping tablea there to tome purpose. ,r-.'v' ,: ' ! . " Two very well pressed , gentlemen entered the rooms of Mr. X., a restora tor, route d'Orieans, ordered stunp tudus dinner, aad desiring that it might be ierred on a round table, they added the request that the - table' should - be placed at -the bottom of the garden. While the ' waiter-' was making these preparations," one of the men said to the other,- "This retired spot -win be ad mirably' fitted for our- experiment. , Learned men like ourselves, members j of the Institute, and known, all over j Europe, must not be made a taking-! stock If we fail here, no one will find it out Let us sit down, then, ev good dinner will increase-our magnetiepow- er. - . It was soon whispered about that the restaurant was honored by two learned gentlemen. The...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 July 1853

"""MM""""""TT!rT""TT"""T!!?.-- ; " ' rAT ONE dollar in ADVANCE. PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Volume XVIII. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, JULY 28, 1853. Number 35. S3" Who doe. not lenemter Cbasixt Ham nons, at h was fcmiliTeJledby his troops Of frjeoos,.-the impartial, and model editor, formerly of the Cincinnati Gaxette? He has, many yean since passed from this earthly scene bat not from the memory of those who knew and loved him, as a noble and up right man, an excellent citizen and an un flinching advocate of troth, justice and virtue. Green grows the turf above the grave of him whose elevated and generous spirit now ani mates the skies. We publish his Poem of Boyhood breathing his actual sentiments so truly and sweetly: BOYHOOD. BOYHOOD. BY CHARLES HAMMOND. How oft amid the sordid strife Of worldly visions have I turned ' To memory'f scenes of early life, . : And o'erroy joyous boyhood mourned; . How oft have wished 'mid care and pain, ' To be that joyous boy again. To sleep beneath the slant...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 July 1853

THE JOURNAL. mum tm iHtrnflDAr MORimro, ' Bt JAMES HARPER, At the loir price of f 1 00, in advance. 6AIXIPOL1S. - jvli as, lsu WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. For Governor, 3TELS02T BARRERE, of Highland. Far Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEX, of Richland. For Treasurer of Staff, HESRT BRACHMAX, of Hamilton. Far Sterttarff State. KELSON E. TAJf V0RHES,of Athena. For Attamef ( WILLIAM H. GIBS r General, BSON.of Seneca. Far Surma Judge, FRA5XLIN T. BACKUS, of Cuyahoga. Tor Board at Publie Works, JOHS WADDLE, of Coshocton. FtaaXe's nominee for Cammiaaioner af Common Sdtecla, L0RI2T ANDREWS. Railroad- Directors. The election f RaRroad Directors, on Wednesday of last week, resulted m the election of the old Board, except that Johs N. Kerr was elected in the place of KB. Greene, who has removed from the county. - The Board is now composed f W. II. Langley, Simeon Nash, John Hutsinpillar, Charles Henking, Robert Black, L R. Calohaa and John N. Kerr. At a meeting on Monday evening the Id officers ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 July 1853

Thb Crops. The Cincinnati Price Current, speaking of the crops general' i:-, -j : :: : The wheat harvest in this country has been brought pretty much to a close. ljMa yie result is as stated last week a r&rWerat'e yield. With regard to other grains, our latest advices strengthen the opinion previously expressed.-; Early oats are unquestiona bly short in this section, but late crops will yield better. For two weeks past we have had favorable growing weather, and- the corn is doing well in all sec tions. With favorable weather for maturing there, will undoubtedly be a large crop.- The crop of hay in this section is not over one-half an average yield, and the consequence is prices are fully one hundred per ent higher in our market than they were a month a6. ' The report of the tobacco crops are decidedly unfavorable, and they would indicate that the yield cannot possibly be over one-third of an aver age; but jgreat allowance must be made for "croakers" generally. For two years past...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 July 1853

Life at West Point. Jtj following sketch will enlighten the reader, of the routine of cadet life, in the U. S. Military School at West Point: "He aleeps in the barracks in a room with one other; at five o'clock in the morning, in Summer, and half past five in winter the reveille awakens him; he immediately rises, doubles up his blankets and matrass and places them ea the head of his iron bedstead; he studies until seven o'clock; at that hour the drum beats for breakfast. Guard mounting takes place at half past seven, -and twenty-four are placed on guard every day. At eight o'clock the bugle sounds and the recitations commence. Atone o'clock the bugle again sounds, and the professors dismiss their respective sections, tne caucus w Tanks opposite the barracks and march to dinner. Between eleven and one the 9ilfft are emDloved some m riding ana fencing, daily. After dinner they have until two o'clock for recita tion and from two till four they are em- . ' . i r l. ployed in reciiawons....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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