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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - January 12, 1836, Indianapolis, Indiana Printed and published by Bolton amp Vej irions Indianapolis Indiana. Rime , january 12, 1836. Number 5. Csc Umili july Mit 1831, this Rany cart ill that behave used Quot Gard Veseli Ilc liniment for some Mondis irions kinds of sores and wounds ind find Illo exc cd any other med be have Ever tried. Of. Winters Josph Bate Oren Flag. George . Be Viil Awe article May be Iliad at my Dri g store. Indianapolis la.�?19 Gahl Julius cd Leulla Teo Voge Tobijs Eivins rant for the cd iii 01 sprains in ruin Csc Pitsor wounds corks Chaiffe o galls film in the Eye and every external complaint to which horses Are liable. Also Burns or scalds fresh hounds Theu Hialit pains sodling of the glands of the Throat or Coupe Gigue in the face ring Worms ant Tetter painful Tumours amp a. Notice. It 19 now about five years since 1 first disco Vered this valuable remedy during time prepared it chiefly for my own use and that my immediate in curing the external complaints of full Well that the i eople Are daily imposed upon by the immense blood of him Pruim forced them that Uliey have been deceived and Havi be ome disgusted Willi every Hing Lilc a Vinci Ery for n Long Lime hesitated to bring the a Hove named article Forward hut am thus for ced upon to do it by the repeated urging not constant advice of those to whom 1 have distil buted the article for the cure of several Eom plaints mentioned above. Uliey have to Musoli Cates Foi emitted. And to the a or a ii cry presented me wit ii the publication lha others May he i of a Liim present. Gali Denel Cincinnati gust 1, 1831. Prepared by James Girdner Jim sold Lyu Lemle my Al Reml a Glasgo Harrison coi Ner of main and fourth Street sign of Bill r. J. A the lion and Morlar Cindy ill Idsall Wertll Cates. To the Public Ahu Forl la july 2sm, 1831. 1 do with pleasure add Niy testimony in a apr of Quot Gardner s liniment Quot a because in the summer of 1s31, having about 12 i part being employed in a ferry boat Between this place and Cincinnati the Rei Deras coach horses the greater numb them became badly a liaised or galled during the hot weather. 1 applied to James Gardner of Cincinnati for a bottle of his liniment. Find used it and in about two weeks time my horses were All sound and Well. I can also recommend it As an invaluable Medicine Foi rheumatic complaints. Burns or scalds cuts wounds or bruises for i have used it in these complaints with great Success. Yours respectfully g , in mum Ohio june. 8 a,ls3i this certificate that i have for one year past used Quot Gardner s liniment Quot for the Foi lowing such As cuts bruises sprains Burn and scalds rheumatic pains inflammation in limbs and joints also tetters and . I have with great Success used it of various kinds of Sorga on my horses. Aaron Rollins. ,jubj\-2a, 1831, sir it has been my desire for a Long time to make known to the Public the Good elect with which i have used Quot Gardner s Yegel ble liniment Quot and pleased with the present Opportunity i will testify that i have with in these three years Twenty Bot lies of tha said liniment and can safely pronounce it the Best remedy foray sore Gall or Chrict Bruise or sprain Cut Burn or scald or wound of any kind on Man or horse which has Ever Home within my knowledge. I would not for a any Small consideration agree to do Withootit-3 would recommend it to every person or fam. Elf to keep a bottle on hand that in Case of barns or scalds or wounds it would be applied Imine Diatel. Yours resp try Garret Olhagen. James Gaud web. Cincin i my i2.j, 1831, this certifies that 1 have within about three used four bottles of Gardners a a chef inc liniment Quot and can any without hesitation that it far exec cd any thing that i have Ever tried in Healing any kind of Soros on horses. My Long experience in lick incr pc dec in the livery Sti Ilc business has an Opportunity of finding out Many valuable remedies. Cut i am willing Here Lonc to Orledge that the Quot Venct Ilc liniment Quot _ goes far ahead of any thing in the Coure of Whichel have Ever a lib Scott. Proceedings or these Cir to erotic rep Micah Conom icon of the state of Indiana Friendly to the nomination of a a Buina and m. , for the offices of president and vice president of the United states As recommended by the National convention held at Baltimore in Ilay 1835. , january 8, 1330. This Day having been a elect cd As the appropriate time for the session of the delegates elected to represent the democratic Republican parly of the stale of Indiana in general convention for the purpose of nominating an doctoral ticket pledged to support Martin pm Buren of the slate of new York and Richard m. Johnson of the state of Kentucky for the offices of president and i ice pre.-,ident of the United slates tiie delegates to said convention assembled in the flail of the a Oise of representatives at the hour of 10 o clock . The convention was called to order by Thi Hon. George Lino a Delegate from the Conn to of Sullivan and upon his , the Hon Samuel Milroy of the Connly of Carroll a appointed chairman and Thobias b. Krosi of the Coin Ify of Tippecanoe and je5.c Jack Knox Elihu Stout William Mieure Johi Myers David m Lenry. Kramer. A do Riff William tall a. W. Harrison ii. Lawson. A a Boon r. In. Carlton Robert Mitchell Gabriel Rigsdell John Newland r. G. Norvell pleasant Parks. I for i Sony Andrew Jackson. Nathan Chap my Henry woman Zenas Lake. Al Orion Nallian b. Palmer James b. Rav s. W. Norris d. M Farland Jesse Wrighi to John Johnson William Bacon John Cain a. C. Reid n. Bolton Isaac Barret Jacob Shenkle reason Reagan Asa b. Strong Adam Wright. Samuel Fleming Corso Quot Vickers n. West a. F. Morrison a. St. Clair l. Dunlap James Blake. Marlin ohm a Taylor John b. King a. B. Clifford d. M Connell we. Robb. Sen. Al ionic Joseph Holman z. Pendle to i. Monroe a. C. Dunning Vav m. C. Foster j. Whitcomb j. L. Payne Willis a. Goi in John w. , Lemuel Gentry. Mon Gorry of Nelson Ezkiel m Connell James Helverson Absolem Ketch m , unto of Ott Ere appointed i Gen. Miln a turned his thanks to Fhi ii Tion in an appropriate address after upon calling the Roll of the several in the slate the following gentle appeared produced their credential 3k their seals As delegates in the con uly Rock son Henry Rad Iseli Samuel in Urli Lomeii a amps Gabbert m. B. Lee Zachariah Tai Mehill Thomas g. Lee. Isoo a a Jacob Tipton m. M i Lily a. H. Longley John b. Miller. Woi a Samuel Milroy James h. Slew Art Aaron Finch u. C. Daugherty Henry b. Milroy Samuel Grimes. Cassic. Carter j. , j. P. Berry g. N. Filch Gillis Macau. Ciarlei John Prather James g. Read in c. Gluckle 5 Walker ran David Clark Robert l. Pluskett Thoma d. Lemon Henry Harrod j Berry David w. Daily. Can a a. J. Lurton Sande son w. Akin John Chance. Cling on Andrew major John Brown John Ross Samuel Shipp John Blake j. D. Armstrong John Barner we. I. Far Eli Joseph Bickley Joseph Wood Watt. Cra Fibril a. N. Phelps. Optics so Elijah Eads Thomas c. Moore Michael Davis. Dearborn a. C. Pepper Thomas Howard. David v. Culley Mark in Cracken v. A Cole. Floreo urn William Fowler. Dubuis Benjamin r. Edmonson. Be i ii Iris Ebenezer m. Chamberlain. Foi Eifes Ross Smiley Marks Crume Natianiel m Cluro Joseph Dilc Henry Good Lander Altman Der Gregg William m. Read Joseph Ross Nathan Aldredge William daily. Foj fit Shepard Whitman. Foun own Robert m entire. B. Hughes John Ward William. B. White William Templeton. Franklin Jonathan Eads George Berry Early Burke Perry Eads. If omit Smith Miller John Hargrove. Green Joseph a storm. Hamilton Lama Hughey James l. Rus sey Lucius h. Emmons. Hancock Jom Milroy Leonard Bard Well Joseph Chapman William Tyner ,4ddison f. Mayo John i. Talbott William Curry John Osborn. Hendric Tjw Lewis Mastin Homer Johnson Joics Matlock Zadock Smith. Henry John Freeland Harvey Lazure William Shannon mile Murphy. Hunting Long Tmothy Gridley. Jackson a. C. Griffith John f. Carr r. A. Rodman revving Durham William ii Lar shall Joseph s. Tanner. Jefferson in May ice Taylor John Wood Burn David Cummins a. W. Flint j. D. Bright John Chambers. Johnson Samuel Hall George King James Ritchy John Alo Iander. Am a him Vrin look Willi James t. Pollock William Lee. Elf org rth Jonathan Williams a co in Hannibal r. Stephens John j. Blankenship j a Owci Isaac Spencer. Orang cd Joel Vail cheer Jol ii my Leorae w. Moore. Para-c�?11. F. Feeny George k. , Austin i. Puett a Matthew Kos a a John Sunderland Joseph a. Wright Robert w. Gillenwater James strange John smarts Jap tha Ian Igns William Killgore Leman Nel in a. Eckles. Rooker Alexander Murray. I c. Stewart m Casey and j. R. Craig. A. H. Sands Thomas h. Clark , John Thorn Hungli is franc is. Amsden Brice w. Orge m let Oslo j. F. Farley Al. Pi7.-c-thdm a limn Quot a j. M. Gro Miller be shepherd., i iii a to Jeremiah Smith Andrew Akcer Insa Marinus Willet we. J. Brawn. Matthew Smith George w. Brown , m. Wickhaim Abner Martin. Scot a Jesse Jackson James s. Athon. 5 /2f%�?edward gird Robert Hankins John Means William j. Peaslee William h. Campbell John c. Sloth James , Edward Toner Ohn s. Campher John Barnes Ohn Slout Stephen Gearhart Mason j. Howell. Sullivan George Boon. ii. Top Phineas i vent. Tippecanoe Jmc cd Emmerson Levi s. Dale. Jacob Walker n. Jackson James do a a. John Petit Thomas b. Brown. I u Illiam Watt. A univ to ii William White Tomas har Ian. ,1. L. Scea Borough Hiram b. Coles b. Gardner. Figo Isaac Pierce Ralph Wilson f. M Irish William wines Walter Dickerson a p. Van Antwerp. Rorren John b. King. In or Rick a. C. Graham if Eimoto a William h. Carter Wood Bridge , Robert Strain Joseph hog gait. H. , Volentine Beckert Nch Daniel Reed Edmund Grover James w. Borden Elisha Long William Elliott Joseph Lomax Enoch Railsback Armstrong Grimes John Frazer. Jav i item Benjamin Reynolds. The following Resolution offered by or William j. Brown of the county of Rush was unanimously adopted. Resolved that a committee of five from each congressional District be appointed to present to this convention the names and number of the several officers to preside Over to proceedings and also to recommend for the consideration of the convention such rules and regulations for its government As May be deemed advisable. In pursuance of which Resolution the following gentlemen were appointed that committee. From the fourth congressional District William j. Brown of the county of Rush George Berry of Franklin Wiliam Fowler of Decatur Thomas Howard of Dearborn new toll. Tapp of Switzerland. 1st District Smith Miller of the county of Gibson Joel Vandeveer of Orange j. R. Craig of Posey c. Graham of Warrick John Murray of Orange. 2d District John Myers Oft be county Knox l. H. Sands of Putnam . Irish of Vigo George Boon of Sullivan George w. Moore of Owen. 3d District David w. Daily of the county of Clark John f. Carr of Jackson James s. Athon of Scott William of Wasli in ton John Ifo Odburn of Jefferson. 5th District Marks Crume of the county of Fayette Filliam Rockhill of Allen Edmund Grover of Wayne Miles Murphy of Jenry Jeremiah Smith of Kandolph. Gib District Selon h. Norris of the coi Marion p. C. Dunning of Monroe James h. Adison f. Mavo of Hancock John of Quot. Coxe of Morgan. 7th District Jacob Walker of the county of Tippecanoe h m. B. Of Lille of Fountain h. F. Feeny of Park John Nelson of Montgomery e. M. Cham Hervain of Elk heart the following Resolution on motion of or. Finch of Carroll county was unanimously adopted resolved that All gentlemen in attendance who Are Friendly to the election of Martin Van Buren and Richard , who Are Meliers of the present general Assembly or who have heretofore been members of any Republican slate convention in this state or of the Niit ional convention at Baltimore. 0 who have heretofore served As electors c president and vice president he invited to take seats As members of this convention. On motion ofor. Davis of Tippecanoe Thi following Resolution was adopted. Re Soho a that those gentlemen invited id who take scats in this convention be requested to report their names to the Secrce lanes of the convention. On motion of or. Borden of h Uycic Thi following Resolution was adopted. Resolved that the committee appointed report the names of suitable officers for this invention he instructed to nominate ten officers. Lowil a president seven vice pre dents hid two secretaries. On motion of or. Morrison it was Una Nim a a by resolved that elder John Bryce be Quested to attend in the capacity of chaplain to Titis convention and that he be invited t a the proceeding of this convention by Lyer when it shall be organized and be Consi Dareil a member of this con i lion. On motion the convention adjourned or o clock . 2 o clock p. M the convention met Jiu Suant to adjournment or. Tilliam j. Brown of Rush county made the following report which was read id concur red in to wit the committee appointed to present the Ime of a president to preside Over the Deli bera Tionson this convention also seven vice presidents and two secretaries have had he la eject Imper consideration and by Una Nim Lus consent beg leave to present the name of Nathan b. Palmer of Marion county As president and also the names of the following persons As vice presidents to wit a Illiam cases of pose George Boon of Sullivan John Prather of Clarke Thomas Howard of Dearborn Rosss Milev of Fayett. Elihu soul of Knox William Fhi Teofle million. Thomas b. Brown of Tippecanoe and Jesse Jackson they would also respect ully recommend the names of Rulliam c. Foster of Monroi county and James Borden of Fayne a additional secretaries. The committee would also recommend the adoption of the rules and regulations of the House of representatives of the state of Indiana for the government of this convention so far As the same May he applicable. Whereupon or. Palmer was conducted to the chair by messes. Dunning and Ray whence he resumed his acknowledgements in the convention in the words following gentlemen of the Convent to be called upon by any porn iii of our Fillow citizens at any Lino or on any occasion to preside Over la Weir deliberations is a distinction to Mark of respect for which none should refrain from a Public in grateful . Bin to 1 0 by the High Honor of presiding Over ibo Dell cralion3 of a convention of the dem Coralic citizens of Indiana and i specially one 8 Large ind Respo Blablo As that assembled on Ibi pre sent occasion a convention too of that party Wii which i no proud and Happy to say that i have from Desriv life been Idoni Freil and to the Sustai Nance of Whoso principles i have Lent my Burnwo Elk re so deminds of me a Manifest lion of grail nude and Lierl Felt beyond my in War 10 of Voress. Necess iry it with Difidi cacs Republican principles which from the a a id of oar government it has been ill Jet of the Den Corii in party to sustain. In View Oft be Prin ills and policy guide Trio future of Tiff these go i Tine in Earnest of their iii Lily in the in holism and Brilliant Public career mailed their course through a lung ser lie employ Genie and of consist my c earliest be. Greal of Sahed Pabich has is of pub i Trust gentleman that in for Roe to , hit while i a Iha delian i and Resi in Siulc Slation you i signed me i Gantu full of Prucino the kindness and in sport manifested towards me personally in the Honor you inv so generously Confer Roh. This to your kindness and partial ii Clin Only be re quilted on my Pari by a i Ili Geol disc Bargo of Iho Trust reposed and a for Cal in 1 nloa3 Coop ration with you in Iho Deli Bornio is and duties before us. The it so iii to my in lotion in Ltd inv pleasure according to my Best judg Neil and ii Lily Knitl Lully to Nergord. To have co Venoil in Iho present occasion Ai Iho pole clothed with the Moor Lent Trust of fiederling Dii electoral Ikmet from among our Donni Neralic Brethren pledged to lie for the Hon. Morlin Voil Turon of new York for pics Ideal of the unwind state and col. Richard m. Johnson of Kon Luckyj for Vico president. These Dyslin Guishow gentler on stand pledged As the disciples us jul Terrion am Jack in to Curry out and to pc Soto to their purity those great it persevering a Libras in the Hausa demo Crillie parly of ibis Union idol the lashings of parly and the Disep Lens of Ami Ilion these faithful Public ser nitwit Blanding their acknowledged Worth drily of character have not escaped thai Porf obloquy and reproach of slander and Den which has so often fell to the lot of Many most eminent and patriotic Al Leamen and wished benefactors. 10 my judgment in seems to be is Unn Vail i it is unjust Illi Horal and Unbe filling Ihl indulge i Natie of differ Allons and of Opin we seek not i Trust the support of our principles by Hirsh and bitter denunciation nor does in become us to Handy epithets with oar opponents. Ilion the most Ngorn valid a spirit of Del Ocion ind Ler Parl in thai with which be vocabulary of Chi let we should Havo True Ini leed if prov were Pel milled to Aro slander forming a cd we have been Iissa a and Abu orig Balbec gained a n unenviable let u is rather lean Principi is and the Ini in and Dispa develop i 1 their ii Sefu b 1 7 and Whille we suffer n. A on the in Oral i it eerily of on cause a on the in Oral i it eerily of on cause Irce if our Alunder if the Best i hair influence and is. An unwavering firm-,1 should Murk it 51 the Al Circle Ito be a Flimlin of fled or disturbed by the collision of i pinions lets of no Mccoan and on no occasion our eff res to preserve in their Purily those Republican principles which Consoli lated the political Faith of Iho it ivs of Isoo and 1828. In View of the coolest which is approaching we should Bear in mind that the opposition we have to contend with po.s3c9s a great share of wealth and Tenlen Lse a spirit that Slumbo a not and a Zeal Bijl is incessant and and in would be Well for us to note also thai whatever has or May be promo led of the mischievous tendency of party the die Alion of conventions or the dangerous conc quinces of military Fame yet such is the obliquity of vision under sex i Lorenl that we find this vigilance of which to speak recognizing Ibene As harmless in their tendency As proper pipe Dinels when Opportunity and a hoj o of Success is pre Sencil through the medium of their ado Ili in and practice. But it is not my purpose la speak in . Ienus to 111 igl Alico of Loti ills it Pendant up pies am the such nor should a Union and in Alion of Iheson be duty. Til Nilly feeling viewed us pare my Olive cd is Tope Lessily of opposing Vigil and Perses weighty and interest Pon the preservation of i Cess of our cause be Reg Ridless of the import lid be regarded Galion up Imam Caiiou the Presor 11 to Pri this spirit i t. And who on and Harmon that spirit which has animated s ber of our dem uralic Brethren to Maul season and seas of mud Ned should be i doubt but a ill prevail Van Incle this convention will surely inspire a feeling of Harmony in the do lib rations which have brought us together. \ spirit thai asks no the Aid nor interference of Congress to make for Llie people a president. Yea More a spirit of indignation of the demoralizing tendency of Ibal open and avowed of decl of so multiplying for Iho presidency that the people May to induced Nihro Lucyl b lere3ls and local influences so to East their votes Aslo Cheal themselves out of the Chico of the chief magistrate of this Union Bui i pursue this subject no Farl Hei. The outrage Contemp in led in ibis at Empl is too palpable to escape the no re of any intelligent citizen. Will these surges icons gentlemen i have Only add that Iho favourable Issue of our Delibera Liona ill to greatly promoted in All its bearings by a let Observance of parliamentary usages and thai general Good feeling and spirit of Concession which i doubt not will prevail. After which the several Quot Vicc presidents were conducted to their chairs and look their seats. When elder Bryce was conducted to the speaker s stand by i lessors. Morrison and Finch whence he addressed the throne of Grace with prayer. On motion of or. Whitcomb the following Resolution was adopted Reso hed that a committee of one from each congressional District be appointed to report a suitable address and resolutions expressive of the sense of this convention in relation to the approaching presidential election. Whar upon messes. Ave Iccomb Griffith Van Antwerp Craig Finch Reid and appointed said Chimi Tifi and on motion or. Richey was added to said committee. Or. Norvell moved the following re Solu Tion which was Urnari Mously adopted re Sourdi that the delegates from each congressional District be requested to meet together and nominate to this convention a Shuable elector for their respective districts or. Vandeveer moved the following re Solu Tion which iras unanimously Ailo Teil

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