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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 September 1852

Published by Jfanies Harper. . .' it 1 1 Truth and Jnitice," At $1 OO In Advance. 'Volume" X VIL- Number 42. G A L L I P O L I S , O HI O , SEP T.JEM BE II 1 G ; 18 5 2 i : Whole Number-874- - - r Ii published every Thostt morning, -"r " . Br JAUEI H1BFER, Immediate!; ever the Book Stora, Public " ?,' Souara. J ' '. . : Tum: . , , ; .". t opr ant year, paid is adrtoea. ' f 1 00 If paid within 3 months, :. . -r -1 25 If - , - 1 50 - . " " 9 .1 75 ; At the expiration of the rear, r 3 00 Ma discontinuance until all arrearage are eettled ; and a failure to notif the publi-ber of discontinuance will be considered ai a new engagement. .. . J - . . ,- Any penon getting up a Club of tew to ne address, will receive a copy gratis , The cash, in such case,niiist invariably accompany the names. - . v . . -ADTEKTniaa : One square three insertions, iEac-i i subsequent Insertion, One square 6 months .' One square 1 year. , . .' $1 00 25 4 00 , 6 00 To those wbo adrerUs larger a liberal re daction ...

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 September 1852

THE JOURNAL. PVSUSHEB EVEEY WUMI MORNTHe BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, raMIc S-tamre. ,as. warper, and ) p. . A. HASH, - Q ALlirOLl. TMCBRBlVi - - - - EFT. I. tSM Whig Ticket. FOB PRESIDENT, GEL TOFIELD SCOTT, - " FOR TICS PRESIDENT," . WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNlSON, Jr.' . District Electors, ; . - 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Scott Harrison, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W. Defrees, Miami.- 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas.- 6. H. L. Penn. Brown. ' v 7. John M. WiTiams. 8. VVm. Lawrence, Logan. 3. S. Birchard, Sandusky. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. VV.E. Finck, Perry. . 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. ' 14. S. Orr, Wayne. . - 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Electron, November 2d. For Supreme Court Judge, , DANIE...

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 September 1852

Rivers and Harbors— What will Pierce do? ,Th aession was ol course, promptly approv ed, by Mr. Fillmore, our. Whig Presi dent. The following, declaration of what Pierce would hava done, is from the Richmond Republican: We learn that Mr. VenaWe, fa distin guished Democratic Representative in Congress, from North Carolina.) in hie late apeech at Uie Universaliat Church in Richmond, congratulated ihe Democra cy that after the election of General Pierce no River and Harbor bill vould become lav. , Here is the truth frankly proclaimed. To be not this volun tary announcement, because any other course of conduct by Pierce, should he eucceed, would give tha lie direct to hia whole course of conduct in relation to such bills. " If any one will take the trouble to examine the records it will be found that he not only Toted against ev ery bill which passed Congress during his term of service, but as far as he had opportunity, against every item of each bill. What will Western men, Whigs and De...

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 September 1852

Convention in Goodale Park. At half past one, p. m.. procession il formed on High street, and, with bands of music and banners took up the line of march to Goodale Park, where a tand hd been erected in one of the fi nest natural position we ever saw for mass meeting. It will hereafter became famous for assemblages of the people. Arriving at the stand, the following offi cers were appointed: . . President F rederick Wadswortb, of Summit county. ' - Vice Presidents 1st . P.VanTrrjmp f Fairfield; 2d, -Judge Tor bet, of Clark; 3d, Elliott, of Knox; 4th. J. E- Osborn, of Huron. " -' " SeeretariesH . Herrick. of Portnge; G. F. Noble, of Hamilton; John O'Neil, of Muskingum. Hon. Thos. Ewlng was then loudly called for bv the audience., tie-came forward and spoke at some length in that able, dignified, and impressive manner lor which he is so distinguished. He spoke of the protective system and its necessities to tne country, ue men re ferred to tne question 01 internal im provements, and co...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 September 1852

gall pot 11NA.L published by James IlarperJ T , "Truth and JuUce. At $1 00 In Advance. Volume XVII. Number 43. Gf AL L I P O L I S , OHIO, SEPTEMBER 23, 1852. Whole Number 875. -THE GALLIPOUS JOHm, In pablished ererr TmrmtOAT saoralng. '" BrfAJIESHABnB, Inaediateiy over tlx Book Store, Public ' Square. .. -- .. Tun: - I cop oaa year, paid in adranee. . If paid within 3 months, ' If 6 m , m . u 9 M At the expiration of ibe year. f 1 00 - 1 25 1 50 1 75 3 00 Ho discoati nuance until all arrearages are settled ; and a iailure to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be considered as anew engagement. " Anr Derson retting up a Club of te t ne address, will receive a copy gratia. The Cim, m inch ease, must invariably accompany t Va naine. , , . . Adtiitmiisq: .One square three insertions, $1 00 ,Eaeh subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 saooths, . 4 00 .One square 1 year. 6 00 ' To loose who advertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. THE PRINTER BOY. BY JESSE HUTCHINSON. W...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 September 1852

THE JOURNAL. MSLISHEn BTERT THOXSDAY MOEHIHO BY JAMES HARPER, At the lew price of 91 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, Fabric 8a.aare. as. ., and j Editors. I. A. HASH, ) GAIXIPOLIS. Ml'BIDlT. BPT. 83,1843 Whig Ticket. FOR f RESIDENT, ' EEW TOFIEID SCOTT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. . Senatorial electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNlSON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Scott Harrison, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W. Defrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn, Browu. 7. John M. Williams. 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard. Sandusky. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W. E. Pinck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. .16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Election, November 2d. For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 September 1852

After the 30th of the present month, one cent will pay the postage of a news, paper, from nd to any part of the Un ion. -i , .. ,.. ,. . , Will is the root, knowledge the stem ana leaves, ana leeltng the flowers. TT to 1 I cnnn.... . . . . c n.n LRnuatuus I y K A ttat dis- not be eured exceet br taking lam quantities of medicine into t'-e stomach, in a Sreai many ease of which much injitrg is done, although the disease tanm'ni he mrluaDw eured Tbe coats af the (tomacn by continued aw of nauseating mixture, frequently become ao sueh disordered that tba digalict function if eriouth) injuted tot result of which ia dy- pepsia, nervousness coolica, alternate diarrboja and eostiveness, flatulence, nightmare, etc. etc. Would it not, therefore, be very desirable to potteti a remedy, which being applied externalh woora excite toe absorbents to increased action, and thus carry off through this medium, the deleterious principle which ia the direct swat of the disease! Safety every thinking ans...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 September 1852

Yes, Scott lost one Battle. Says the Adrian Expositor, over 4 his the Locos can rejoice. And this is the only one or the great number in which he has been en- gaged. "On the 3d of July, 1813, he whipped the British at Fort brie, ' and took 170 prisoners. The next day be fought all day, and drove retreating army 16 miles across Chippewa river, which empties itself just at the head ol the rapils. 1 next day he met the whole of the British army, 2100 strong, 1600 which were old veterans of the Peninsular war, with only 1S00 newly mustersd men, worn oiit with two days' righting and whipped the armv asain. In all these battles,! - Col. ticott was in the thickest of the fight." ' Only three weeks after, met them again with 3000 men Lundy'g Lane, and flogged them the fourth time, all in the month of July. In this battle he had two horses killed under him, and wa twice wounded. One of the balls is in shoulder to this day. Over hull his men were killed or wounded (he killed and wounded of th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 September 1852

. V. T.'-'.i UMWWl a ii'l' v - !.?. ; .: . v. .. I Yfl - ! j. . (Truih and Justice. Published by James Harper. ,..At fl OO in Advance. Volume XVII. Number 44. GALLI PO LIS, OH I O, SEPTEMBER 30, 1 8 5 2. Whole Number, 8,7G. 6AMJP0L 0 mm THE GALLIPOLIS JOURNAL, Is published every Thossdat morning, .... JBr JaJIES B AH FEB, Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square. , -. . ... Tebmi: . i copy one year, paid in advance. , V paid aritiiin 3 months, If 6 " M U Q M At the expiration of the year. $1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 Nodiseoutiauanee until all arrearages are nettled ; and a tailure to notify the publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. . . Any person getting op a Club of tek to one address, will receive a copy gratis. The cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the names. Adtisthixo: One square three insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 . One square 6 months, 4 00 One square 1 year. 6 00 To those who advertise larger a liheral re duct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 September 1852

THE JOURNAL VBU8HED BVBBT THsM BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of f 1 00. ia advance Office over the Book Store, IAS. harpe. Editors. (. A. HASH, - GAIXIPOLIS. Whig Ticket. '- ' ' ' FOR PRESIDENT,- (TEX. WIXFIELD SCOTT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, t MUAM A. GRAflm Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNISON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Saffin. " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4: J." W. Defrees, Miami. 5i Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn, Brown. 7, John M. Williams. 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan, 9". S. Birchard, Sandusky. K, J. 1 Van Metre, Pike. 11. W. E. Finck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. ' John Sherman, Richland. U: S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A, B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore.' 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Election, November 2d. tjt : For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery. For Board of Public Works. David h. beardsley, of...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 September 1852

Ept.oivt FiiAO Stokes. The Og detreburgh (N. Y.) News ssys that at the .late fire la that town, one Very remarkable fact' occurred, creating a good deal of alarm. It was the ex plosion,' or bursting of the flagging In front of the burning buildings. The flags were of Potsdam atone, and the action of the heat caused them to ex plode, with a noise as loud as the re port oJ is musket, throwing the frag mentis high as twenty feet m the ir. Don't wait for the Crisis Of Pulmonarf Disorders, yon tbem with a remedy. Administer at once that invaluable tonic Expectorant, Dr.Rogeni Ziteneort, .Tar, and Canchalagua. lis first failure yt unrecorded. The pamphlet in the handt of Agents explains and proves what ishere only hinted at. Jorsale by L. P. Magbet.- ' Symptoms of Disease &Muld never be disregarded. Tbejr are unerring indications that the vital functions of nature have been interrupted in their healthful action, and that serious evils must inevitably follow, unless the system be again...

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 September 1852

A Question of Courage. We have a lively recollection of the attempt'that was flippantly begun in a certain quarter to prove (leneral Scott a coward, because be did not challenge General Jackson. The attempt was as suddenly abandoned and hashed up as it was foolishly and thoughtlessly essay ed. Was it because whisperings bad been beard which impeached the person al daring of Gen. Pierce! Geh. Funk Piebce's Couiage. The publication in the Baltimore Patri ot and o.her papers or an attair 10 mo City r Meiico in which Ken. r' " eeived from a brother officer a slap m tK r.ra .n.rl innii! stir in the ene- . A article) appeared in the Baltimore rgus denying the charge and reflecting upon the enar-twr author. This has brought out the au thor under his own name, who, alter atartrrg that be had related the same sto ry in giving the incidents of the Mexi can war, both before end after the nom ination of Gen. Pierce, closes his com munication a follows under date of Baltrmore, Sept. 16, 152: 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. — 7 October 1852

Eili J - "-:. 1MI I y r. ' r r j v Published by Jamei ITarper. Trnlh and Justice." At $1 00 In Advance. r i Volume XVII. Number 45. GAL LI P OLIS OHIO, OCT OBER 7, 1 853 Whole Number 877 0 m k j, Ji. Ul l l JJL U JO v a a - a a THE GALLIPOLIS JOCRXAL, " If .pgblisbed MTJ Thusdt morning, c " mr asm hibpsr, i mmediately over the Book Store, Public Square. . Trim: - i ! 1 copy one year, paid ia advance. If paid within 3 months, ,"' -If 6 1 At the expiration of the year. 1 00 1 25 1 SO 1 75 3 00 .'No discontinuance until all arrearages are settled ; and a failure to notify toe publisher of a discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. ' ". ' ' Amy person getting np a Club of tn to n address, will reeeire a copy gratis. The cash, in sues case, must invariably accompany the Adtutimmi: One square three insertions, 1 00 ' Each subsequent insertion, 25 One square S ssonths, 4 00 - One square I year. C 00 . To those whe adrertise larger a liberal re duction will be made. Thomas Car...

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 October 1852

THE JOURNAL. PfSLISHBD BVBBY THTBSDAT KOBMTJIG BY JAMES HARPER, A4the low price of tl 00, in advance Office over the Book Store, j as. H4KFKK, and t. km xxsn, Editors. CAttlPOLIS. . ct. r. ism Whig Ticket. TOK PRESIDENT, . GM. TOFIELD SCOTTi FOB VICM PRESIDENT, 4 WILLIAM A, GRAHAM. Senatorial Electors, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNISON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. 2. James Saffin, ' " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W. Defrees, Miami. -5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn, Brown. 7. John M. Williams. 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sandusky. 10. J. L. Van Metre, Pike. 11. W.E.Finck, Perry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne. 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison, residential Election, November 2d. For Supreme Court Judge, DANIEL A. HAYNES, of Montgomery. For Board of Public Works, " DA...

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 October 1852

; Won't Somebody hold vat Mir Swiishelm, in the Saturday Visitor for tnis morning, says that . "Nothing they (the insolent South the arrogant Sonthernerrt have ever done, did ever rile oar temper like i paragraph we find in our ex changes, stating that Mrs. Frewett, or the Yazoo City Whie,' has offered to compare babies with us to inti mate her belief that her mosquito- eaten, flea-bitten, tick-tormented, pismire-persecuted, alligator-menaced, miasm a-poisoned, yellowMever chased, sun scorched Mississippi ba by will compare with our Nettie! That woman must be 'clean daft;' but in our opinion mere is so mucn mem .1 od in her madness, that she took care not to send that number of the Whig to our office. She never imagined a babv like ours, or dreamed of anrthin? so Der feet. Just think of it, Mrs. Prewett; twenty-three pounds in eight months! oo white, and soft, and round, with such violet eves, and such a tooth! Then if you could see that fat foot held up for mother to kiss, and the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 October 1852

, All IllCIDK JT WITH A MoHAL. FoT tome weeks past (says the N. Y. Express) a long Indian tent has been standing on the western slope of Fox Hill, Hoboken, the inmates of which were an old Indian, his squaw, and a son. They are wanderers we be lieve from some Canadian tribe, and came to that neighborhood about two months ago. On. Sunday last, the chief of the wigwam, who had been ailing for some time past, was gath ered to the land of his Fathers. A few days previously the squaw had set out for the Stale of Maine, to bring two children she has on the frontier to the tent, to see the old man before tte Great Spirit called him home, but her errand, alas! it turned out, was undertaken too late. The scene at the tent, as soon as it was known the Indian was dead, was curious and affecting. The son sat mutely and moodily on the ground, with his arms folded, and his dark piercing eye sorrowfully fixed upon the corpse ol his dead sire. It seemed strange to him that they should put the body ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1852

0 Published by James Harper. "Tra th and Justice." ...i. At $1 00 la Advance. Volume ' XVII. Number 46. GALLIPO LIS OH I O, O C T O B ER: 14 , 1852 . Whole Number 878. r THE GAtLIPOLIS JOUBXAL, ! It published ever; Thoit morning, 1 BrJUEl BABFIB, .- Immediately overtae Book Store, Public' .', gquare. ... .. . Tiuo:. . , 1 espy one year, paid in advance. If paid within 3 month, , . If . . 5 m ''.' u O " I At titM expiration of the year, . $1,00 1 25 1 50 I 75 3 00 Ha discontinuance until all arrearage are settled ; and a failure to notify tbe publisher of a discontinuance will be considered a a new engagement. ''Any person getting np a Club of tew t" one address, will receive a copy gratii . The cuff, in such ease, must inTariably accompany the name. AsmTtsiwo: One square three insertion. . . $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, . 25 One squsr 6 months, .- . 4 00 One tquare I year. 6 00 To those who adrertise larger a liberal re daction will be nade. From the N. Y. Tribune. THE PEOPLE'S ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1852

THE JOUENAL. rSBLISHSD SVK1T THWr MOENINO BY JAMES HARPER, At the. lowprfofl OO, In advance Office over the Book Store, Paalle Saaare. jas. hrper, and ) Ejitorg. - . A. sash, ) CAIililPOLIS. THCB8BAT. . OCT. 14, 1833 Whig Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GEX. WIXFIELD SCOTT. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, niLIAM A. GRADAIT, Senatorial Electors, : EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENN1SON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co 2. James Saffin, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. 4. J. W. Delrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. 6. H. L. Penn. Brown. "7. John M. Williams. .8. VVm. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sandusky. 10. J. I. Van Metre, Pike. 11. -W.E. Finck.J'erry. 12. J. R. Stanbery, Licking. 13. John Sherman, Richland. 14. S. Orr, Wayne; 15. A. B. Norton, Knox. 16. Alex. Lewis. 17. R. B. Moore. 18. V. R. Humphrey, Summit. 19. W. L. Perkins, Lake. 20. S. C. Clark, Mahoning. 21. J. A. Bingham, Harrison. Presidential Election, November 2d, A SCOTT RALLY AT CENTREVILLE. VILLE. . There will be a politica...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1852

Exhibition of the Gallis County Agricultural Society to be held Oct. 21st And 22d. - The Committee have made the follow Injr arrangements :' Stock intended Tor xhibition will be driven into the neigh borhood of Gallipoli the first day, and can be left at the farma of CapL Smith- TV V .-4 T nli T?wt- gera. It is requested that the owners of animals notify the executive eommnw. that they may be entered, that the neces sary committee may be appointed. A committee ef Ladies has been ap pointed to receive and arrange all arti cles in their department, consisting ot Mrs.1 Smithers, Mrs. Black, Mrs. Reg nier, Mrs. Cushinp, Mrs. Calohan, Mrs. M. M. J. Kerr, Miss M. McConnick, Miss E. Sanns and Miss E. Mathers. - Implements and products will be ex hibited at the Court House, and in the rvnr Hnnse vard. Suitable o-rnund ! o has been selected for the exhibition of stock. The addresses will be delivered on the afternoon of the second day, by Gen. A. T. Hoi comb, and A. Cushing, E-q. At the conc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 October 1852

From the Kanawha Republican. COALS MOUTH, KANAWHA, Sept. 30th, 1852. Mr. Newton: I wish, througfi yonr paper, to give notice to the Uemo- cratic . Vigilance Vommmeo mai hare not, and cannot serve as member of ' that. Committee. thought I would pass unnoticed the fact that my name was put upon mat Committee, but for some trivial and several considerable reasons, (which I cannot now give,) I make a public withdrawal of mv name. Some of niT nood Democratic friends have said I was not a Scott man at heart and Derhaps did not desire the elec tion of Gen. Scott, from the fact that I would not request my name to be stricken from the "Democratic Vigilance Committee." 1 thought the numbers that were publicly withdrawing, would create chagrin enough in their ranks. And there are others who are not active or even willing members of the Pierce party's Committee. To save all misrepresentation or speculation. now say I am at heart and soul for Gen'l WIN FIELD SCOTT and WM. A. GRAHAM, the Unios an...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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