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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 April 1853

0 RNAL - r " ' r !- . i : ; : . -' .. , . ... , "' T3 Published by James narper. "Truth and Jniticc. At $1 00 In Advance ' " Volume XVIIL--Number 20. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, APRIL 14, 1853. Whole Numb 904 LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT 7a provide for the Reorganization, Puperri ' lion and Maintenance of Common School. [CONCLUDED.] Sec. 32. Each city or incorpo- rafed village, including the territory annexed to the same for school pur coses, not otherwise specially rega lated by charter or governed as to schools by laws as specified in the sixty-seventh section of this act, and which, with the territory an nexed, contains not less than three hundred inhabitants, shall be and hereby is, created a separate school district i and the pialified voters of such city orgillage, with the territo ry annexed shall at the same time and in the same manner that local directors of the sub-districts of the township are elected by tha pro visions of this act, proceed to elect three persons who shall...

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 April 1853

thereto, passed March sixth, one thousand eight hundred and forty nine; An act to amend an act entitled an aet for the topport and better reg ulation of common schools, and to create permanently the office of su perintendent, pawed March twelfth, one thousand eight hundred and forty nine? An act to amend an act entitled .n met for the support and better retr- ulation of common schools, and to " create permanently the office of su perintendent, passed March seventh, one thousand eight hundred and thir ty eight, and the acts amendatory thereto, passed March twenty fourth, one thousand eight hundred and forty nine; An act in relation to school dis trict tax. providing for the annual school district meetings, and requi- rinemaps of school districts, passed March seventh, one thousand eight hundred and fifty; An act for the ap poiatment of a state board of public instruction, passed March twenty second, one thousand eight hundred and fifty; An act supplementary to the act for the appoint...

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 April 1853

No. 133 Wood street, Pittsburgh, Pa., HAVE jost weired and have now In .tore upwards of THREE THOUSAND CASES MENS BOOTS AND SHOES, comprising one of the most exteniife and best assorted Stocks which they hae ever been able to show to the public, consisting in part of. viz: A Urge assortment of men's fine Calf and Kip, welted and pomp sole Boots; Men's eoat and enameled pump sole Boots; do calf and kip ana gent s weuea ana pump sole Bootees; do pomp sole goat and enameled Bootees; do do do do Grecian Ties; Boys and Youths fine calf and kip Boots; do do do goat and enameled Bootees; do do do gents and coarse do; Also, Ladies' fine welt and pomp sole goat Lace Boots; do- do enameled Jenny Lind Boots; ' do do do do Ties; . do do kid and Jenny Lind Slippers; do (ilk and lasting tip'd Gaiters; do colored do do do enameled and patent leather Gaiters; do Victoria Slippers and enameled Highland Ties; do black, bronze and colored Kossuth and Alboni Ties; Misses and children's fancy tip'd last...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 April 1853

The Caloric Ship Eeicssoh. Tbe New York Journal of Commerce Las the following iu relation to this ves tal: -The public not being in possession of full and satisfactory information with regard to the performances ot the caloric ship Ericsson, and her excellencies and delects, as developed by her Southern trip, the most exag gerated and improbable stories have been circulated. A commonly re ceived rumor is to the effect that the cylinder bottoms have burned out, a result which was predicted by some and this is looked upon as explain ng the silence and accounting for the fact of the Ericsson being at Williamsburgh. Others speak unre servedly of the "probable failure." It is not best to arrive at conclusions too hastily, on any subject. The in ventor of the new mode of propulsion !ias achieved a triumph, though one that has not yet been fully demon strated to be complete, and the civil ized world stands in expectation, un til the success or failure of the prio eiple involved, shall be f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1853

T 1 .A 1 1 . .t-.. - m -. .. f f. ! r r ( u . 1 i . a a o o o V r. ' .1 .31 !i: .if H. ! f v . r 1 "J . 1 1 " . ... . -v K t Efl- . . 1 1 WW. :1. te . t r : r .i,i Published by James Harper. Trdth and; JTatlJce." .,7,.' .;i?ttv.t . At f 1 GO lu A d ranee , . jt t ... ! Mi. .r ..; r !Ium6HXnILvTNumber;21;:: 1 G A L. JL.1 O Li I S v J U H I O , 'A P R I It 1 71 85 3." r; AVholeTNumber 905 '.. ... mm [From the Savannah Courier.] [From the Savannah Courier.] The Late Aaron Burr. p . Th? golet erection oCia ftmbstoBe Dvcr HIS , uuuiai aci ' jt' iu iu Princeton yard, ha called : to tnfnd "the name of Aaron Bdrr.,,'.Ne8t fifty eventful year of our country's histo ry have come and gone tinea hh strange and brilliant career was run. durinj which time many things have occurred to call his memory froth ob- fitfoff; tuf scarcely a breath of, air certainly not a regretful i sigh' nas A4ke.e tbfl'fewinomarlal names that were- not bora-to.'die .et least, jor me present, me worm aaa ogreea .to forg...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1853

THE JOUKNAL. rWBUSHBP ITIir TBTISDAT HOmXHtS BY JAMES HARPER, It t&e low price of tl 00, in advance THDWDAft A PHIL SI, 1SS9 Whig Ticket. For Governor, NELSON BARRERB, . Of Highland. . For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, Of Richland. For Treasurer of State, HENRTBRACHMAN, . Of Hamilton. For Secretary of State, NELSON H. VAN YORHES, . Of Athena. For Attorney General, WILLIAM H. GIBSON, Of Seneca. - For Supreme Jude, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, JOHN WADDLE, . Of Coshocton. "Gallia Academy. The Trustees of the Gallia Academy have finally succeeded in purchasing a lot for the erection of an Academy. The place selected is known as Sann's orchard, (most every boy . in town knows where that is) on Fourth street, be tween Court and State. We highly approve of this spot for the Acade my building, not only as regards convenience but as being entirely free from the business range. . : We shall be absent from our post .for ten days cr two weeks, on a vis...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1853

WBlissi Walker and wit vs. Willi Hart et al. March Tana, A. D. 1851 DUkfelJAITFio'tta oWndofa-rdf I sal from to V"" 01 WU1H"' SB for tbe county ol Gallia,' Ohio, made at tbe March Teem thoreoC- K 185i and to na di seeted, I shall espose to public tala at tba cwsrt koase 4 GaItiTJoui aw the 2M day f 4Iav a. a. 833, a ana o'clock r. the following loicribad-pwpefty. to-wit: Being tba northeast quarter of section ". ho ofbeest amrter of tba southeast quarter of Section No. 13, all attoalo and being in tba township of ltaoeooa, ia me jwwij , i owna, ana ouie of Ohioi and alt is Township No. 6. ' of Bang Hm.. It, of -tba district of lands subject to .sale at Chill icotbe, Ohio, containing two hundred acres, aiora or less. Valued at 1600 dollars. Terms -one-third of the purchate money in hand: one-third in ooe ; year, the remaining third in two jean, with interest,' Tbe4eir- red .payment to be aeeured according to the r r ' oroer ot uc tmnw T 1 April 21.53., , A. LOGUE, SJ. G. C. .. , JSfa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 April 1853

New Spring; & Summer GOODS, At Head- Quarters,' GaBipoRs, Ohio. TTTE arc now receiving a larger sup YV; ply of Spring and summer uooa consisting of blacK, P'aln ncy Dress Silks: ftlain and laricy Berage: Berage de Laine; Challey Lawns; Swiss, Book and Mull Muslins;, Jaconets; Cambrics; Ginghams; : Prints; Crape Shawls; b'ack and fancy Silk Shawls; Cashmere Shawls: Parasols, tuc. with a variety of Trimmings,' auch as Swiss and . Jaconet Edgings and Insertings; Swiss' and Jaconet Collars; Under sleeves; Kid. Silk, Lisle and cotton Gloves; black and colored Silk Fringe.. Also every variety of Hosiery, with a general assortment of men's wear, such Egyptian cloths; plain ana twiuea mi ens; CottonaJes and blue Drillings, which we.will sell at the lowest price, and invite the specia' attention of buy-ersbefore-purchasing elsewhere. - HALUDAYS & WADDELL. N. B.-We are now receiving a sup ply' of Groceries, hardware, Queens ware. Boots, Phoes, Hats, Caps, Bon neu and Dye Stuffs, with ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 April 1853

Mil SB1 MI . . r -u r.ii Jut. 1 J JUL i '! :. r- -i t. vi1 Published by Jamei narper. "Truth and Jaitiee.)) At $1 00 In AdvancS Volume XVril.-- Number. 22. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, APRIL 28, 1853. Whole Number' "000 iiJJLL a ii y 1 t i . 1 [From the Northern Light.] [From the Northern Light.] The Death Chase; or, THE HUNTER'S LAST BULLET. A WESTERN ADVENTURE. BY CATT. T. MAXWELL, U. S. A. One bright, beautiful forenoon, some four days and three hundred miles after we had passed the last outpost, some five or six of the old veterans of the North-West Compa ny's men. who were returning with us from the lower station on the Yel low Stone, proposed, as the steamer drew up along side the bank to wood .which for the last four days had been done by cutting and splitting the green scrub oak, poplar, and such other small growth as grew along the bank most convenient to the boat, and placing so much as we tould of it on the top of the boilers to kiln dry these old hunters pro posed, as I was about t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 April 1853

THE JODENAI. BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of 91 00, In advance OAIXIPOLIS. - AmiL 98, IU3 Whig Ticket. For Oorernor, NELSON BARREKE, Of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, - ISAAC J. ALLEN, Of Richland. -For Treasurer of State, HENRY BRACH MAN, . Of Hamilton. . For Secretary of State. KELSON H. VAN VORHES, Of Athena. For Attorney General, WILLIAM H.GIBSON,. . Of Seneca. For Supreme Judpe, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works. JOHN WADDLE, OfCoahocton. Thi Whw Pair. It is now tome- thing mora than two months since our candidates for State officers were put in Bomination, and we have nerer known a greater unanimity of opinion among our friends all over the State in approving any nominations. This complete un Ion of the Whig party, and the discord ant elements manifesting themselves among our opponents, are encouraging indications of success at the polls next .la-H, if Whigs will but improve the op portunity if they will not be powerless through their own defa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 April 1853

N E W SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. "R .nd fc I b, WM.d-MIL- IV LER, w assortment of Spring and ""er ixooos, direct from Ph;i.A.ik;. -r.L. amt .fashionable styU. which, bsving been par .VU.'i"" foc th. lowest pricet, will beteM Jo this market it m ery small art vtnce. , n puhJic are respectfully invited to MB and examine. - - 1000 B aaperior Bacon on band and lot tale. Gallipolis. April 21, 1851 NEWSUePLY.rg MRS. WHITE, HAS just returned froaCinein- nati with a fine supply of the la. test style of BONN El S, purchas ed express); for this market. Mourning Bonnets; Bonnet Trimmings of the aien and most fashionable, styles; Indies' Cape, a general assortment. Her entire stock being selected by herself and purchased with ready eash, the can tell cbeatib than can be bad at any other place. A Bonnet finished ready for wearing costs very utue U any more than the material would tost at the store. Call at ber shop on Court street, and satisfy yourself. ftOA" Scholarship in the Wesleyan Univer- an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 April 1853

?. i DISSOLUTION. - THE copartnership heretofore existing between the eubacribers, is this dissolved, by mutual coneent. Wm. Langley will continue the business the old stand, end will settle all liabili ties of the late firm. WM. H. LANGLET, '. 8. T. LANGLET, K.LANGLEY. Gallipots, April 7, 1853. t mallwcw, h4 Wfceellws PACKET. PHP! i... a art f.rnt liVht A draught (teamer AURILLA WOOD. J. K. Johnson, mas- tar. leaves Kanawha and Saline, on Tnea data at d o'clock A. M. Leaves Wheel hi pvm... - in o'clock A. M. Leaves Gallipoiis for Wheeling oa Tnes data at fi o'clock P. M. " Leaves Gallipo. lia for Kanawha oo Satardsys, at 7 e'cloek A. M. Tor freight or passage apply board, or to - J. B. MALONE. Kanawha. 8. C. BAKER & Co., Wheeling. April 7, 1853. 3m A'eir Spring Sc Summer G O ODS, At Head-Quarters, Gallipoiis, Ohio. WE are now recelring a large sup ply of Spring and Summer Goods consisting of black, plain and fancy Dress bilks; plain and fancy Berage: Berage de Laine; Challey La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1853

.vi''5:jif. :-ni i -!.! m-ts "ti "a'1 "e" t..a ? Jo Fftblished by James Harper.-- . - T : y . '', "Trath andJailkt." : .". Vt . "-yi. . x : . , ;t - f . . ... . . . V6I;;Xyill 1853; " : WHiTemberS) [From the Flag of our Union.] BETA, THE SHEPHERDESS. BY ELLEN STANLEY. Is the beaotilul vale of Arno dwelt tha lovely shepherdess. Beta. Ihe fairest maid In all the country round. Seated 'upon the grassy hillock, tha watched her fleecy flock, and .warbled the sweet melodies of the land, or read the fairy tale, or the wild,: startling legend. He lather , and mother were proud o her beauty, and there was scarcely tad in tha place who did not love the rrettv maiden, It was now the first day of May, tend she had been chosen eueen. - A crown of wild flowers was bound around her waving curls, and her blue eves, blight and liquid as summer lake, danced with happiness Bs she walked in the floral train to the village green. Here a' bower had been made of branches and decorated with flowers,' and h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1853

THE JOURNAL. MIUSHED ITttY TH01SDAT KOUnHO BY JAMBS HARPER, At the low price of fl W, advance rrJ lftY. - - ' - BAY , 1833 Whig Ticket. For Governor, ' NELSON BARRRRE, Of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, - Of Richland. - For Treasurer of State, HENRY BRACHM AN, Of Hamilton. ' For Secretnry of State, NELSON H. VAN VORHES, Of Athena. ' For Attorney Genera!, WILLIAM H.GIBSON, Of Seneca. . For 8upreme Judge, - FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Work, JO N WADDLE, Of Coshocton. : Oca Tut. We would be glad to give some thing of an extended account of oar late trip down the river, as it is rich in material, bat very moment of time since oar coming heme .has been demanded by other duties in the of fice. Work behind, a new lot of type to ar range sot a moment to devote to saying any thing of a trip which afforded ns much pleas ure. We cannot refrain from retaining oar thanks to the officers of the "Falls Cm," with whom we went to Louisville and returned fr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1853

NEW SPRUNG. AND SUMMER ..GOODS,:- RECEI VED aod fcr sal by W.M. C. WlL LER, a aew assortmeat f Spring and Summer Good, direct fata Philadelphia, eftba tt fashionable styles, which, having been pnr haed exclusively for rath at the lowest prices, wUifeesolt ia tint auuketat a vesy " .( The public ate renxctfiiU invited U ean and examine. lOOfl lbs superior Bacon on band and for sale. . Gallipolis, April 21, 185X tf IT S UPPLY.Qi MRS.1 WHITE,! - : H AS juit returned from Cincin nati viih a tin supply nf the la. test sfvleof BONNE! 8, purcbas- 'ed exiwesty fat this market. 22k. Sprint and Sumner Bonnets Muenic Bonnet; Bonnet Trimming of the latest aad Bon numonaoie stylet; Ladies' Cape, general assortment. Her egtire stock beiag selected by herself and purchased with ready cash, the can telicHnrtx than can be bad at any other place. A Bonnet finished ready for westing costs eery Kttm if any more than the material would east at the atore.. Call at her shop on Court ctreet, and satisfy yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 May 1853

DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership heretofore existing between rhe subscribers, is this day dissol yed, by mutual consent. wn. H. Langley will continue the business at the old stand nd will settle all liabili ties of the tete firm. ' f- " - "r- . 91 WAT. H. LANGLEY, J ; . 8. TV LANGLEY, ; " E LANGLEY. GalHpo'ls, April 7, 1833.,, V , Uwki Saaliare, avast Wkecliag . . PACKET. THE new and fast liebt (irxr-fr drsopht steamer A U RILL A - uuu. J . jonnson. roas ter, leares Kanwha and Saiines, on Tues- . .a 1 -1- a as - r - u'kut ears si v o ciock Mol ing on Fridays, t 10" o'clock A. M. Leares fiallipolis for Wheeling oa Tues days; at 6 o'clock P. M. Leares Csillipo. lis for Kanawha 011 Saturday, at 7 o'clock A.M. For freight or passage apply on board, or 10 ' ' i. B. MALONE. Knaha.--B. C. BAKER & Co., Wheeling. April 7, 1853 -3m flfew Spring & Snmmer GOODS, At Head-Quarters, Gallipolis, Ohio. TTTE- are now receiving a large sup Vj. p'y of Spring and Summer Goods consisting of black, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1853

I 1 - I. ) T :a'Vhhkt y. v.; -in, .vi.-j .-7. 4 -sf 5 T i - 1 9 ' PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." tAT ONE pplLAR TN ADVANCE. Volume XVIII. GALL I P O L I S , O III O, MAY 1 2. - 1 8 5 3: Number 24. in a [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] TO MY WIFE. BY D. L. EDWARDS. ZJ! ftireremjne, A tnhi.ta t IL'.e. w ti.. mrZi. -r.A . . i i i ' - r pressed me sore Thy kindly smUe, and gladsome voice, it bade me not deplore, '. - Ho d. alas! would be my lot, were I not Thou a guides me on through life's tempestuous sea, - ' 'tow me Thy gentle bosom oft has been a pillow for my head: And when my l'Pyere parched by heat, and Twa. tillSed m Wine thirst, and Kindly sootnea my pain. Then let us both, while life shall last, be -- each other kind, Pursuing still our onward course, the same .... - Heart and mind; Though thorns around our path may spring, irum oeiong; . .. But though I strike a toneless harp, and sing It'sWrowwtl,lrfn.K-ri,nrJ -Availing nITinJn ' , There s so,ne may boast a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1853

THE JOURNAL. BY JAMES HARPEH, M the low price of 1 00, in advaee OAJ-rfPOLlS. ,ma is, ism Whig Ticket. For Governor, NELSON BARRERE, Of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, Of Richland. For Treasurer of Stale, HENRY BR CH M AN, Of Hamilton. For Secretary of State, "NELSON H. VAN VORHES, Of Athens. ' " For Attornej General, WILLI M H.GIBSON, Of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FR ANKLJ N T. BACKUS, . Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, JO 'N WADDLE, Of Coshocton. TYPE FOR SALE. We have a lot of Small Pica, Long Primer . and Brevier,-which we will sell cheap for Cash, if application be made immediately. It will be found very suitable for a oocstst fapeb. An impression of the Long Primer and Brevier can be seen by referring to the third and fourth pa - ges of this paper. New TlBVaa Tha Jnttirnnl dsma ITS new attire with this number, and pre sents a general appearance equal to that of any of its contemporaries so think those at whose expense and trouble it has been accomplis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1853

NEW GROCERY, WINE dc LIQUOR STORE, f OOBIZB OF . COrrf AXD TzTJK sTTsJ . B. ,viTssr5 oo.; HaTeoooncd a Grocerr. Wine jtS and Liquor Store at the .above ' jrell known stand, where tney . will be cleaned to hare tbeir old friefid and customer call. They bare laid in a splendid stock of Groceries, Fare W ines, foreign and domestic Brandy, and Liquors generally, which they will sell at a very small PIWe hare : a large lot of prime BACOK on hand, which we are selling cheap- , Also Clothing of erery description wiJJ jA be kept constantly on hand and made -12. to oX. Cutting doc the-hort notice, and garments msae " - lonable styles. Kay 5, 1853. . ' - DIRECT FROM THE EAST. EECEIVED by HENKING tf CADOT. COFFEE. 20 sacks strict j prime Rio, 6 do Java, do Mocha. FISH. ... 5 brls Mackerel, number 1, large, 10 kitts do do do 5brls 4 hfbrls 8br1s do do do number 2, do do do number 3, do do do 10 hfbrls do 2 brls pickled Herring, 1 do balmon, 1 drum Cod, 50 boxes dried Herring (Scotch.) 7 FRUITS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 May 1853

f Kuntai Baliwra, Wheeiiac ACKET.y, r t THE new and fast light UTV''f'V JrinE'ht steamer , AUK11,1A EiasiaJaWOOD. J. K. Jobaaoa ter, leaves Kanawha and Satiates, on Tuea dsya at 9 o'clock A. M. Leavea Wheel ing ca Fridays, at .10 o'clock A. M. Learea Gallipolis for Wheeling o Toee- daya at 6 o'clock P. M. - Learea ftal'.ipo lia for Kanawha oa Saturdays, at 7 o'clock A., M. ..For freight or passage apply board, or lo , .. ; , , ,.r, .. , . , VJ. B. M ALONE, Kanawha. , , 8. C. BAKER Sc Co., Wheeling ; April 7, 1853 3m , , IVew Spring &. Summer J GOODS, . At Heed Quarters, Gotiipoli, Ohio. TTTE are now receiving a large sup V ply of Spring and Summer troods consisting of black, plain and. fancy Dress Silks; pta'" n(1 ,ancy Berage; Berate de Laine; Chailey Lawns; Swiss, Book" and Mull Muslins; Jaconets; Cambrics; Ginghams; Prints; Crape Shawls; b'aek and fancy. Silk Shawls; Cashmere Shawls; Parasofs, &c with a variety of Triminings, such as Swiss and, Jaconet Edgings and Inserti...

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