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The Daily Dispatch: December 1, 1860., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ions were advocated by Messrs. Goggin, Burwell and others, and unanimously adopted. The following, offered by Dr. R. A. Clement, was also adopted, with a few dissenting voices: Resolved, That having entire confidence in the integrity and patriotism of our Representatives in the State Legislature, we authorize them, in the event the mode of redress embraced in the foregoing resolutions shall prove inadequate to the crisis, to adopt any other measures consistent with the principles and purposes of the resolutions. At a public meeting of the citizens of Harrison county, Va., held at Clarksburg, on the 24th ult., resolutions were passed deprecating disunion and secession, and opposing any State or Southern Convention. The meeting complained of the unfriendly action of several of the non-slaveholding States, but contended that the election of Lincoln is not sufficient cause to break up the government. The meeting was addressed by Hon. J. S. Carlisle, Col. Wilson, and others.
Co-partnership. --The subscribers have this day entered into a co-partnership, (under the style of Bosher & Wooddy,) for the purpose of conducting a Wholesale and Retail Grocery and Commission business, at the old stand of Wilson & Bosher, corner Main and 17th streets, where they will keep always on hand a well-selected stock of Family and Jobbing Groceries, to which they call the attention of their friends and the public. They hope by strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. Solicit consignments of all kinds of Country Produce, to the sale of which particular attention will be given. Charles M Bosher, T. C. Wooddy, (Late with Messrs. Perkins & Co.) November 16, 1860. A Card.--Thankful for past favors. I take this method of returning thanks to my friends and the public for the very liberal patronage extended to me for the last year, and most respectfully solicit a continuance of the same for the new concern of Bosher & Wooddy. Charle