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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 October 1852

0 1 Published by James Ilarper. "Truth and Justice. At $1 00 In A dr. nice. .Volume XVII. Number 47. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, OCTOBER 21. 1852. Whole Number 879. iFOLi ENAL 1. 'THE GilHPOLB JOCMAL. It published every Thumday noraing. Mr JMBKB BABFEB, Immediately orer the Book Store, Public Square. Terms: I copy one year, pud in advance. If paid within 3 month. If " 6 m . m m g M At tbe aspiration of the year. (1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 . No discontinuance until all arrearage are settled ; and a failure to notify tbe publisher of discontinuance will be considered a a new engagement. Any person getting op s Club of Tts to ana address, will receive a copy grati . The cask, in inch cue, mast invariably accompany the ADTramim: : One aquara three insertion. - Each subsequent Insertion, ' . On square ( month. One aquare I year. - T tboie who advertise larger taction will be made. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 liberal re- "NOTE THE BRIGHT HOURS ONLY." A lesson in itself sublime, A lesson worth enshrining, . 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. — 21 October 1852

THE JOUBNAL. PLISHKD ETEtT TBVWAT MOEKWft BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of tl 00, in advance ' Office over the Book Store, Paaltc 8a.aare. ,.s. hp, and ) E(Jitors r. . 5A8H, ) GALLIPOLIS. THCRMDAT. - - - - OCT. 31, 1833 Whig. Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT, GEX. TOFIELD SCOTT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A, GRAM Senatorial Electori, EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNlSON, 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. Win. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sanduskv. 10. J. I. 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. Presidential Election, November 2d . Gallia County. We give the of ficial vote this week. It will b...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 October 1852

- r , Tnlk Caaras saw tAflar, ,. And therefore we solicit tbe attention tif (he leader not merely to our statement! of the matchless pro per tie of Dr. Roger? Liverwort, Tar, ni Ccnehalagwi. as a remedy for CON SUMPTION, but to tbe proof we are prepared to produce. There is no (arm of Catarrhal or Lung complaint ia whieh its exhibition ha not been attended with signal success BmP let filled with attestations from men of pro found attainments, as well as with the simple Dd thao.ful epistles from those in the humbler walks of life, is (be answer to all skepticism on the.ubjeet. Tbe original f TJ' be produced for tbe satisfaction of the incredu WOne of the Proprietor, of this syrup bimMlf a graduate rf lhe i"t """"j;1 in tbe U. S and the profession, m well a. the public, testify to the great usefulness ot the " preparation. Fa sale by L. P. Maoprr. fry-Fcr rereral months back many of the Eastern and Southern papers hare been speak iar of some of Dr. J. W. Cooper's Indian Herb Medicines...

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 October 1852

Report of the Congressional investigating Report of the Congressional investigating Committee in the Gardiner Case-Tom Corwin's Connection therewith. Th. nnmmiflM of the House of Representatives appointed to inesti- irate the connexion ol Mr. oecreiu rr Corwio with '.he Gardiner claim, before the 'ate Board of Coromis ioner under the Mexico treaty. hare brought their labors to a close, and made a unanimous report. The report is signed by two Demo crats (P. King, of N. York, and Howard of Texas) and one Whig, Chapman, of Connecticnt. The re port concludes as follows: "No testimony has been adduced fofnra ihe committee proving, or tending to prove, that the Hon Thomas Corwin had any knowledge that the claim of said Gardiner was fraudulent, or that false testimony or forged papers had been, or were to be, procured to sustain the same." It will be seen, says the Intelligen cer, that the result of the investiga tion far as it relates to Mr. Cor win, is precisely what the friends of that ...

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 October 1852

POL - - V ' - Published by James narper. "Truth and Justice." At tl 00 In Adrauce. Volume XVII. Number 48. GALL IPO LIS, OHIO, ;0 C T O B ER 2 8 , 1 852 . Whole Number 880. ; the cillipolis jormu : Is published every Tbodt morning. Br JAMES BABPEB, . . -' Imssediately over the Book Store, Public ' " ' " Square. " :TlUi - I copy one year, paid in advance. I 00 If paid within 3 month, 1 25 If 6 " - 1 50 i ' u g m ' ' 1 75 ' At the expiration of the year, 2 00 .' Wo discontinuance until a!l arrearages are Settled ; and a failare to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement. Ay person getting op a Club of TEH t ne address, will receive a copy gratis. The Cash, in such ease, must invariably accompany the names. ' ):. . .". ADTKiTlsiNe: .' One square three insertions, Each subsequent insertion, . On square 6 months, : One square 1 year. $1 00 25 4 00 6 00 . Ta those who advertise larger liberal re daction will be made. THE DUTCHMAN'S MARRIAGE. The follo...

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 October 1852

mTTTTI THTTTJAT A T . i n h, j i II n. m li.i -8 FSBLISHBD BVEBT THCBSDAT HOKKIHG BY JAMES HARPER, JU.tfis low price of $1 00, in advance ' Office orei' the Book Store, : Pablic ' j as. harkr, and :V and j. Editors. t. A. SASH G A TRIPOLI . .n. iiiiT. .... ocx. as. 1S321 Whig Ticket. GEX. OTIELD SCOTT, TOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM A. GRAHAM. EDWARD1 D. MANSFIELD, WM. DENNlSON, Jr. District Electors, 1. Chas. Anderson, Hamilton Co. .2V James Saffin, " 3. T. J. Harsh, Preble. ,4. J. VV. Delrees, Miami. 5. Dan. Seegur, Lucas. - 6. - H. L. Peim. Brown. .7. John M. Williams.. 8. Wm. Lawrence, Logan. 9. S. Birchard, Sanduskv. 10. J. I. 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. Presidential Election, November"2d Death of Hon. Daniel Webster. . A teleg...

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 October 1852

ft&krt Vmdict. We eory the fol- lowing from the Cincinnati Crsrnerciall 'of yesterday: ! - -f ' ' '' The turV aittino- In th f ir.:-li - o v Mmt iiu H. Bendrix ts. the steamboat Ironton, (an action brought to recover damages 'against the boat for raise imnrisonmenrt brought in a verdict yesterday for the' piwnjin, Willi- 52.535 damages. The case was tried before Judee Matthews It will be recollected a notice of the ease having recently appeared in the commercial that the plaintiff, while on -the npward trip ol the Ironton from Louisville, was put in irons on a charge of kidnapping a negro, and, on the ar- rival of the boat at Covington, was ta ken through the town handcuffed with the negro; but on inquiry before the mayor, was released, upon proof that we coiorea man was his own slave, - True merit, says the Marquis of u.vr... it l:t. .Li . me river, me Geeper it is the less noise it makes. What Say the Faculty? of (be won derful curative properties of Dr. Rogers' Syrup 0 LwcTKo...

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 October 1852

Father Langley's Opinion of Men and Women Now a-days. i : T - wonder -tney rfiKm M. tin, tie AnnU .11 i.ill . Vnr what with the extravagance and good-fbrnoihing nM of th men and women now-a davs. where is it H to end? Call themselves "Sons of ibe Pilgrims to dir." io thevr . I wish to mercy their fathers could see them. They were the true grit -eal "hearts of oak. but these popinjays are -noth fe? in " the world but veneering! When I was a boy, it used to be the fashion for boys to be apprentices till thevlarnt their trade; but now they tffe" all bosses!" There ain't no fcoys now-a-davs. They set up for themselves ; as' soon as they are weaaed knew a mighty sight, more than their fathers and grandlalhers you can't tell them any thing they know it all. Their fathers sweated and tugged ic a cornfield. at the tail of a plow, or else over an anvil, but they can't do it! They are for too grand to dirty their fingers. They must wear fine cloth and shirt collars up to their ears be made in...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 November 1852

v ;f . J .-.--ir-..'.."-. L -."25f .'. iji.wi J'.ill till 4- J .i i .s A ii e A 1 . G - n M ;i vr I ) 'J'.-' . - - . -.1 .... Published by James Harpcr;i ';'""' V -: - ' "Truth and J asUce." ''' T.'j ' '.':: h"; ' '-. ;'' - At Sljoa In Adfance. Volume XVIL-Number :49;; . GAL LIPOLIS, OIII O, NOVEMBER 4, 1 8521 I ! Whole Number 881: fr-1 - ?t- " i -.-,; J- , - .t --v - ' , .... . . . . -. - v v r - " " "v ; : ' ' - v 1 : - - . ' ' " . J1- - " -v.. J , , , MMMM M M pJttM,.tSjn--s-sJaiJSSa THE GALIIPOIIS JOCRML, "it published erery TmrasDAT. morning, - Br JANES BABPBB, . Immediately over tlx Book. Store, Fabric ;i ' Square.,-..' ...., . - t I copy one year, paid in ndrtnee. If paid within 3 montbf, If ;.;'-; ; ' At the expiration of the year. $1 00 1 25 1 50 ' 1 75 a oo ' Ms diKontinnanee until all arrearagei are iettled ; and a failure to notifr the pub)iber of diKwatinuanea will be -considered a new engagement. ' "J ' ' Amy penon getting op Club of tcw to addreia, will reeeitw a copy...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 November 1852

.THE JOUKNAL. rvaUSHID IT1IT TTSB.T SfO-jrWO BY JAMES HARPER, At tbo low price of 91 00, la advanco OALI.IPOLIS. ' fBCasViT. .... NT. 4. 1839 The EtBcnoji. Gamjfous The ,whol nmnber tfTOte polled Gallipolis on the 2nd, 357 the vote of. IS43 was 362. Scott 557, Pierce 97,Ha!e.l. At the State election the vote for judge stood, Whig 230, Loco S2, showing a very lair VVhig gain. ' " . . Green tovnthip Scott ISI. .Pierce 65.;' State election on Judge 104 Whig, $7 Loco. '. Green has done her duty Clay Pierce's majority 9 whig tost of 12. Springfield is reported as giving 8 majority for SooRrlf correct, this is a loss of 7 on State vote. ' Later Scott 81, Pierce 84t Hale 3S. The telegraph reports diaceuragiogly for Scott. Up to the time of going to press we have heard of nothing definite from Ohio, the scattering returns re ceived indicate that Pierce has carried the State.- The same of Pennsylvania and New York. If the reports received are to ne relied upon. Gen. Winfield Scott, the great...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 4 November 1852

From Quebec. From Quebec. QUEBEC. Oct. 27. Th chatter '-granted to 'the greal Trunk .Telegraph line from Quebec to Detroit, passed Parliament. The Trunk .line is 850 mi.ei Jong, with 800 miles of branches to the princi pal towns.' ThVpote'iare already upjoii 800 iniles, end the -wires on 400 miles. The whole line, with branches,. -will be' completed next spring: .'''!' .ir.". - One thousand business men Jiave taken-stock. In the. company. The entire cost Will be about $250,000. A lady on the mail train of the L. HL Railroad,' on Friday ' morning, .gave birth to a pair of twins between Cincinnati and Columbus." Mother and both children are doing weiL- State Jour. What Say th Faeallyt ,.v no of the strongest evidences of the won cerful curative properties of Dr. Roger? Syrup of L&medrt, Tar, and Canthalagva, is tbe suontenance and support it hat received from Physicians of tbe fint eminence. The pablic weH know that tbey are tbe lest ts endorse any tblof which ia not prescribed in...

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

I AM SITTING SAD AND LONELY. BY GRACE NORMA. am sitting nil and lonaly ""VrVbereHTft I've" rat before. And thipkiog of the bright, bright days : That will retnm no nvores Oh! day f eJiildbood, days of yooth ! fa mercy were ye given. To shadow forth tbat better life. Tbat knows no change in Heaven. ' Long yan bare passed, tioee those bright days, And ftill I pea though it be in meraVr's glass, Karai we remeiaber'd faces And though the world aeema ebaag'd to Be, 'And gloora is o'er ane cast. I atiH can eaten some my of light la thinking of tbe past. Ti true my tep is not ai light. My fnee not as fair. And silver thread are mkigtM with What once was dark brown hair; But yet, the change ef face or form . . Could not lueh grief impart : ' Tee worm lin hid among the learet, Tbe canker at the heart. - 1 am sitting sad and loaely Where oft !' sat before. And thinking of the bright, bright days ' That wilt return no more; A mist isgatn'riag o'er my eye, A shadow o'er my heart. For the lairv ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 November 1852

MLS . mm 0111111 4 ' . r P :' a t Trulh and Justice. , Published fey J a tries narper. At SI 00 h Advance. s GALLIPOLISV O II I O, NO V EMBER el 1, 185 2., AVIiole;NumberrS2. Volume XVII. Number 50. ;r.WE -dALLIPOilS JOCRXAl, ; .j jt publish ry.TBBO. morning. -. , ' jinn habpbi, i i .Imeditely iwrlh Boo Storey Public Squat. : "- .. f ,- j .$1 00 ' 1 25 j 1 50 1 75 00' 1 copy one year; paid in advance. ' V paid within 3 month, V. V ""- ; iM V4- m v ' : At tb expiration of the year,' Ho dUeontmuanre untlt all arrearage are settled ; and a iailure to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be eoniidered at .a new engagement! . - Any perton getting n. a Club- of ran t M adrfresa, will receire copy gratia .. The cira, ia ieh cate, miut .invariably accompany the name..., . rr- -' i Adtihthiko: One aquara three inter! lont, r .Eaeh tubtequenf tqiertioa, , . Oaettjqsre 6 mentht, . One tquare 1 year.- r .. i To Ibote. who advertise larger auction will ba mads. v -- 25., . 4 00 6 00 liher...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 November 1852

THE JOURNAL. FSBUSHB KTE1T THS1SDAY KOBKIHO BY JAMB 9 HARPER, jTt the Jow price of 91 .00, h advance .-1..-: ? ixlipolis. - wot. li, iui Tbb Votb in Gallia Codxtt.--have not been able -to procure the vote of every township in this county at the Presidential election. We give the majority in each at re ported, where we have not the full vote: FlUCC.' Hiu. 1 Gallipolis. 257 97 Green, : . 131 ' 65 Springfield, f 92 84 36 Huntington; 152 89 6 Addison, ' 114 - 62 3 Cheshire, 136 67 63 ' Guyan, 22 - : 62 Greenfield, 44 .Perry. y f h 39 . Harrison 7 Walnut, ; 33 Clay, - 9 Morgan, 7 Ohio, . a - 20 Raccoon, 87 " This shows a slight increased Whig'Vnajbrity over the State elec The Rkclt. We should rather say nothing about it, but as our rea ders will expect some intimation of the condition of that "column," we give the result as it has been received. '. First, as to the result in Ohio the Statesman of Saturday says: -- "The majority for Franklin Pierce in Ohio, so ! far, 72 counties being bea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 November 1852

W copy . the , fallowing from tha 8t, Louis pepersof June, 1852: " 7 pri J. W. .Cooper Medicine. Prepared by C . P. Heme'i are preforming wonder in this neurhbotrtaed. Hie indun rare table Cough, 4X Consumptive Svruo. has Derformed some of tba moat Wonderful Cum aver on record, and hi Vegetable Dyspepsia Bitten, have oarer bn known to fail. - - Fofeale by L. P. Maboet, Gallipolis. Ohio. Not. l.2n : i : - : ' .. . H. O. FAKBEU.S ARABIAN LINIMENT. Thit truly great medicio tiil goes on. eon- .aaanng. disease, and saaicou - r powerless victim Irom the grave. Br it power fully .timulating. penetrating and y qualities, it restore the use U limb, which L i l.id lor rear; and by it singu- ler power of reproducing the synovial fluid or jaiatwater.iteavea all disease of tba Joint with eurprisiag rapidity. For rheumatism. j .flection of the (pine and spleen, it ha proved itself a tponfie; and for affections of the lungs, ii.era uaoeyi, u 11 utni tijui fcle and powerful auxiliary; ato, fur all ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 November 1852

MY MOTHER'S GRAVE. MY MOTHER'S GRAVE. BY W. F. FRAED. My Mother! pure, oiy mother's grant Ob! rtreerBleas i ha sJune iixrt, - And drowsily the banner re. vv her that " so chaste anil 'air. . Y J love rfui' mewmrf Hde ! 'J; Alt when the dew i on the braa. v A -H lilna rleens eo earth and sea, ; . ' A ad savsarner we awake, Ofc! tbeostieornlbeaektBi, ; fa aerM beeety ufcry shaded! . I caoaot guess her face or arm ' But what ta ate a fara) r tcce ! . V I de oot ask the weary worm f r ''';-'"'. " To (ire n back eaeb buried grace '. Ol glistMingeyeear trailing tresses. .- .- . 1 oolv feel that she is bee, ' ! " - And tlM we meetraer! that we pwt : . , And that I drink wilhio mine ear. And that I clasp around my heart. Her sweet (till mice and toft caresses ! Nrt in the waking tbooght by day. ' ' ' Not ia the sightless dreaaa by might, Do the mild tone and glance play, - Of her who we my cradle' right ! But ia tome twilight of calm wearber ' Sbe glides by fancy dimly wrought, . A glitteri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 November 1852

' T1-A TWAlJPKt"- T ,0 JT. 7 TIT) 7J A "TT l lil.U S53W.1 Yflr lume XVII:--Number. 51, Pl,nEiGiiupoiis; jocmi,; J--IW piblibie erery Tboibba moTBlog, Br jjimes BisraRt -' Immediately over the Book Store, Public Square."" ' ' Term: '. 1 copy oae year, paid in advance, .. ' If paid within 3 aaonths, ; If tv: 6 m m M 9 H : ; At Hie espiration of tbe year. (1 00 1 25 1 SO 1 75 2 00 :. rtooiKOatiauance until all arrearage are settled ; sad a failure to notify the publisher of discontinuance will be considered as a new engagement.... t , ,. r , " Any person getting up a Club of TEH to ne address, will receive a copy gratis .. The casOj la tuch case, must invariably accompany tbe name. - : .' - ADTiiTlfiwa : -"One square three insertions, Jl OD Each subsequent insertion, - " ' 25 - One square 6 months, ' .4 00 One square 1 year. ; S 00 ..Totaose who advertise larger a liberal re- taction will be made. : From a South Carolina paper. NEWSPAPER COLLECTING. My Dear Str: I ; have just re tanred...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 November 1852

THE JOUKNAL. vvbusbid evbst tvbiat aomirnro 5 BY JAMES HARPER, the) Jow price of f 1 00, ia idnM GALLlPOLIS. MAT. - mmr. is, isn IT see M elated by the Ohio Stats Joonalr t CoUunbm, that there is a tovement on foot for holding a national railroad cooTsntion somewhere ia the Great West, at a time to be named here after, to bring the people or the East, West, North, and South together, for the purpose of consultation and the acquisi tion of necessary intelligence relating to the interests of the country. Robbbbt. On last Sunday night the dwelling house of Mr. Warren Burnet, in the town of Northun, Gallia coanty, was entered from one of the windows; by some one and a trunk, containing about $1S0, taken from tbe room. The trunk was found few hundred yards from the house, n luesaay morning, with every Icing in it except the money. . - We understand a young man named Jo seph Burnet was arrested, charged with the robbery, and some ninety dollars of the money found on his person.' .'"The At...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 November 1852

GALLIPOLIS MARKET. GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Nov. 17, 1852. GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Nov. 17, 1852. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY E. DELETOMBE & CO. 'TUM -ilLi 3 50 wheat, perbusbel, . . 60 Com,, do do y . 25 Oats, do do . 'i , f 20 riumd per bush. Potatoes, do do, . -?UiMooti - do dd,' ! r .K ''-"!. fndd Apple, per bath. ..Med Peaches do do f . Lrd i keg. -;: Feathers, per lb, nl 44 ,r" .jj Beeswax, . . . ... ' Rtier. mm . 75.80 . 30 4 . i - : 75 7 a 8g 28 3 .31 20 20 -. IS 10 . 6 8l 71 100 'Butter. Jjp, porooteo, .,- . tp ,.CaccM.petlb, ; Cbickens. per doxea. - .v,.Selt,Kao.,biish.per bbl. - . 30 ., Cora Meal, per bush, -.'.'... 40 ..J Bacon,, - .-. . . 9ii . , Coffee, per lb, nek. - 11 v.. N. O. Sugar, per lb per bbl, , 61 ,.,laf do, do, , 10 12 j,r 5f O Molasses, gallon per bbl, 35 , :) JZice per Is, , . . ... ' . 6 1, Tea, Young Hyson, per lb,' 25 to 75 .r ,. Imperial, - 50 to 100 , j " Gunpowder, - . 50 to 75 ; Her Iros), assorted sizes,. 21 to 4 .... Kails, 10 to 4, 3 00 to 4 00 Lard Oil, per ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 November 1852

From the Cincinnati Gazette. From the Cincinnati Gazette. Presidential Elections. t. .11 rrea fttflCtMiM Of PramlMt a Vice Preetfeit prior tq 9m) rpclnding that of the year 1 800, the iow were lor persona residing In different. State for President the kigkest io rota to be President, and the next kigkest Vice President. An election was generally Mal(AbT some Presidential Elector era- sing the name of the person intended for Vie President, inns giving me owes a majority" o" roles. jJn 1 800- Jefferson ! and Burr had an equal number of votes, and the election was thrown into the .House of. "Representatives, 'and it was not until after protracted balloting for six daft, amid immense excitement, that Jefferson waa elected 'over Burr, the tmtflf beinrr elected Vice President of course. ' A fter this the Constitution was so'amended aitoTequire the. Electors to designate on their ballots the person intended for President and Vice Presi dent.-, .The following tables show the votes at all th...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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