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BY G. SANDERSON fij E. CORNMA.N.]
VOLUME 27, NO X.
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Forwarded by Slerrct Ramsey Esqr.—
Thfc good old ship of the line Pennsylvania
—She lias safely rode out the storm, and
beat off the attacks of the pirates, Penrose;
Clubfoot, & Co. Let us pipe all hands on
the fourth, and drink the health of our new
Admiral, David R. Porter.
By S. R. Hamill. Andrew Jackson; may
■ men endeavor to imitate his ways, and care
fully-hand down his real life to posterity,
who will survey through the telescope of
history the space where his course has
already blended its_way,_and how in his
retirement,-may peace, tranquility and in
nocence shed their mingled delights around
By Robert Lusk jr. The “lawless mob,”
may they always be ready to preserve their
rights, from being trampled on by designing
men, who regard neither constitution -nor
By Robert Giffin. The Sermon delivered
to C. B. Penrose in the Senate chamber of
Pcnna. by the able and eloquent Parson. of,
Lycoming county, has done more towards
the conviction of that notorious political- sin
ner (the flying Phenomenon) than all the ser
mons he ever heard, since the Biddle blood
first began to run in his veins.
By S. Mason. The Girls: The best gift
God ever gave to man.
"*'Ob woman whose form and whose soul,
Are the spell and the light of each path we
Whether found at the tropics or chilled at
the pole, ■ .
If woman be there—there is happiness too.”
■ By Geo. Sanderson. The People—always
competent to judge for themselves, and al
ways capable of carrying their wishes into
By-E/Shower. Gen.tThomas C. Miller,
our faithful Senator; the Independence which
he.eshibite.d inthis official duties, proves him
worthy of the confidence placed in him by the
,unhBught voters of our Senatorial distret.
By Sami. Sipe. Joseph Ritner, former
Goyernor ofPennsylvania; Called into power
‘by a minority through a schism in the Dem
qcratio ranks; supported by ignorance -and s
corruption; d treated by the unbought sons of
free Pennsylvania; a disgrace to the station
lie filled; eternally sunk in the opinions of
, the good- and wise. He ‘should never have
left his farm. , ‘
By Wm. Campbell. .Ritner, Burroives,
Stevens, Stonebraker, PEG BEATTY and
her yellow boy John, - PENROSE, JEckles &
~Co. A“purty” company, truly!- What
an interesting society they will form'' at the
head waters of Salt River.'
.By Wm. Craighead., The Bucksliot war:
tike the old Woman’s’ adage
“A little 6fa good thihp is.good”—
‘ “Blit a great deal ofit is good 'for nothing.”
By Geo. W. Hutton; ’ Thomas Jefferson,
author of the.Declaratiqn of Independence;
may the friends of liberty look to his exam- k
pie as their guide,’and Democracy will.reign
in, triumph. . ’ .a
7 > .By a Guest. Paper mohey: created in
vlferffler; days to change a bahki into
a solvent people-^in latter times; it has con--
■verted a solvent people into a bankrupt slate.
’ " By" John Grier. HorirCliarles' M’Clure,
Ourple efficient Uepfesenfatiye in Congress,
thiejpoor man’s friend, the friend of 'Educa
tion and Internal improvements, and; the
piPJbterests of the people; ,they have yet to
jreward him for his services. ' . -‘-V-'’
;, By Jacob-Wolf. The Buckshot campaign
V The King oftrahee with 30,000 men, '
.• Marched up a hill and then—marched down'
Bv Alexander Klink. Penrose, Burrow
es and- Stevens, the modern, torispiratora—
with the will of the. .Catalihes of-ancient
' Rome, they yet lacked the courage and the
power to put .their nefarious designs against
the liberties of the people into execution.—
Posterity will- give them a place still lower
in theWalepf infamy’than eyentlieir gcaat
; prototype.: '■
-- By .W. Fonlfci, In memory o’f the gallant
Brown, who rose’ froin the Tanks
o£ the and little experienced in war
i ll ERICH
beat out the veterans of Wellington bn Ni
agara frontier in 1814.
By Peter Calvert. The federal members
of the legislature; from their course pursued
in relation to the improvement bill and elec
tion laws is enough, (apart from the Decem
ber transactions) to know that they were
determined to produce a state of anarchy.
By J. S. Hass. The; Senator from Ly
coming,.may he be lorlg remembered by ev
ery true statesman of Pennsylvania, for the
active part he took in the Senate during last
winter’s session. '
By R. Lamberton. Martin Van Buren,
President of the United States,and Heads of
Departments; fearless and -faithful in the
performance of thcir dutics, the calumny of
their enemies to - the contrary notwithstand
By Martin Dunlap. Democracy is a
principle and not to be broken down; let the
people-remember this and be united and then
success is certain not only at the next elec
tion, but hence forth. My dear fellow citi
zens, remember the unnecessary expenses
accumulated by Joseph Ritner,commander in
chief at thelatc Buckshot wuratJJan isburg,
and you will be at the Polls.
By John Snyder. Democracy, Van Bu
ren,; Porter, M’Clure, Ramsey, Miller, Gor
gas and Woodburn; health and prosperity to
them as good and faithful Representatives of.
their constituents. .
By David Krider. Hon. Wm. S. Ramsey,
our Congressman elect, was born a democrat,
has lived a democrat, and will no doubt die
a democrat; niay,w r eha ve many!ike him.
By John Lewis. Stevens, Burrowes, Pen
rose, and their Rump Parliament, during
Ritner’s Buckshot Way;—Treason and
Treachery their motto; .Bribery, Fraud, De
ceit, Corruption and Peg Beatty’s red flan
nel petticoat, the banners under which they
fought ‘with Ritner at tlyeir head, and Peg
at their tails, no wouder they came oft’ with
disgrace, and surrendered to the unbought
Democracy of Pennsylvania.
By a Guest. Our rulers at Washington
and Harrisburg; let them remember that“to
the- victors belong-the spoils” and that the
Democracy of the country demands that they
should act accordingly.
By a Guest. The Gettysburg Rail-Road;
A monumont.of folly, which "> after years,
when' the antiquarian shall trace out its
windings, he will astonish his fellow mortals
with a grave disertation on the madness of
him, wl\o could build raiLroads over moun
tains and take a cork screw for a model. „
By Geo. Kinsinger. The monster by the
name of Anti-masonry has left its poisoned
sting, which will long hence be remembered
in political history; but the seeds of democ
racy has bruised the head of the serpent,-find
may it never be able to recoil to protrude its
deceptive tongue any more.
By James Lynch. Tan Buren, the able
statesman: we glory to honor him -in 1840—
he will be elected by an overwhelming ma
jority over all the factions of granny Harrison
or Clay. Porter goes fair.—M’Clure, Ram
sey, Gorgas anil Woodburn; health and
prosperity to them all.
By Jos. Lobach. ■ Pennsylvania; may her
sons, who assembled at Harrisburg in De
cember last, and prevented Ritner, Stevens,
and their colleagues from accomplishing
their unhallowed machinations, be held in
grateful remembrance by their fellow citi
By Owen E. Hall. Gen. Layfaettc, the
-true- patriot will long-be remembered for
his gallant services during our Revolution
ary war. -
By Win. Spangler. .Our late Represen-,
tatiyes in the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives, Messrs. Miller, Woodburn and
Gorgas—their devotion and support during
the last session of the Legislature to the
cause of truth and the people, gives additio
nal evidence of their patriotic principles.
By Win. M. Seoul ler. The Democratic
members of the Legislature; may the people
of Pennsylvania, remember. 1 them for the
noble and fearless stand that they tonk in
their cause on the 4th of December last;
Hy Johu 15reitenbach. Senator Buchan
an.—The unwavering, friend of Liberty and
Democracy, Unconquerable enemy .of the
Federal whig and aristocratic enemies to our
Republican Constitution—higlier honors a-:
wait the' Pride of Democracy .and, boast of
Pe’nnsylvaina. - / ■,
By-Jason W. Eby. The fourth of Julv
1776 and the 4th December 1838—The
met day declared us “free andlindependent,”
while the latter gave evidence that we should'
remain so. May the patriotic conduct of
the “56” hn each day, teach “TYRANTS
and-TR AITORS” that the will of the poo
ple must be obeyed. .
- By Lemuel Todd. The Sub-treasury—
The-bnly-^constitntional- system rthat-can
preserve the people’s money from waste and
speculation. '■ j.-j ■
itfrom usurpers. -- . ... 1.,.;-
-, By Jho. Agnew. Hon. Charles M’Cliire,
the plain and unassuming man who hasfaith
fully performed the-duties of his office with
fidelity and .honor; the democrats of Cum
berland will not'forget him nor forsake their
Well tried friend when opportunity offers.;
• TByHenry Hagan. The democratic mem-:
bers-of-the" Senate arol House of Ifejiresen
tatives of Penrfsylvahia; .too. brave to" be
frightened; .too: deserving to be duped, 1 , and
too honest'to be bought—having-God -and
dcmocraCy otir their side; had nothing to fear
from such'base political traitors; swindlers;
corrupted and, degraded politicians as Ste
vens. Bufrow’eS'and Pehrose, ! with'Ritnerat
their headj and Dan the jowler at their tail,
whose object whs to reduce the democratic
“not bound to swear in the words op any master.’ s—Horace. 5 — Horace.
CARLISLE, Pa, THURSDAY, JHJXY 18, 1830.
ranks'with Buckshot and Ball, and estab
lish a monarchial government of their own.
By James A. Gaullaghcr. Amos Kendall,
Postmaster General: Talented, efficient and
able as a public officer—the calumnies of his
enemies fall harmless at his feet.
By John Irwin. The democratic repub
licans of old mother Cumberland: Let their
motto be union, harmony, concert of action,
and sacrifice of private feeling and interest,
and victory will crown their efforts with an
overwhelming majority for the regularly
nominated democratic candidates.
By John Marks. “The State administra
tion—ably and judiciously conducted by
faithful sentinels at the head of departments,
men who do Ijpnor to the State and the va
rious stations they occupy.”
By Chas. W, Hepburn.' Col. A. V. Par
sons: The chosen of the democracy of Ly
coming, "Centre and Clearfield-r-the argus
of the people’s rights, the firmness and in-,
trepidity of whose political career, has been
equalled only by its brilliancy.
' By James 'Armstrong. Federalism and
-Whiggery—like this glass of Wine soon to
disappear from the contemptuous cage of
the sober minded.' ”
By Wm. H. Miller. The Constitution of
the United States: The boundary line of po
litical happiness, beyond which no democrat
wishes, to pass.-
By John M’Collister. Hon. Janies Bu
chanan: Able, arduous and untiring in de
fence of the rights of the people—His name
is the watchword for the democracy in 1844
ah the successor of Mr. Van Bureq.
By Robt. N. Stevenson. May the love of
liberty be always true and warm in the heart
of every American; so true that it will root
out all Modern Whiggery, Antimnsonry,
and Abolitionism, and so warm that it will
burn up 'both root and branch, that moral
rights and Christian freedom may hereafter
and forever flourish in our glorious land;
'By Ephraim-Cornman. The Convention
to nominate a County Ticket: May it be
composed of men who understand the inter
ests of tl e democratic party, afad. who will
not consent to the nomination of any but
such persons as are known to be democrats
of the Jeffersonian school.
By John M’Crea. Gen. Thomas C. Mil
,ler; Elected to the Senate at the close of the
"Buckshot Revolution,” he is a conspicuous
mark for the shafts of federal calumny and
detraction—the people will sustain him a
gainst all the machinations of his enemies. A
By John Myers. Thcfnext Presidency—
The Herald says : —‘iCan the Whigs succeed?
No.' Can the Antimasons? No. Can the
Conservatives? No.” How the d—l then,
can they succeed? Three negatives never
make one affirmative, no how he can fix it,
■it is therefore fair to conclude that Mr.
Crabb has given it up for a bad job already.
By W. Foulk. May the sinister views of
private combinations (per example Stevens
and C 0.,) always succumb to the '‘sober se
cond thought of the people.
.By John Holaupplc. Martin Van Buren:
Firm, fearless and independent, his course I
is approved by the people,-and’he will be I
triumphantly elected. I
By William Strohm. Civil Liberty—A
plant which droops and withers under the
culture of tyrants and aristocrats, and is on
ly known to flourish in the genial soil of a
republic, cultured by the labor of unsophisti- I
By Isaac Angncy. The patriotic freemen 1
of Cumberland County—descendants of the
sages and heroes of 76—ever ready to ex
tend the hand of friendship to the distressed
and needy—always willing.to.step forth and
risk their lives and fortunes in defence of
their constitutional rights.
By J.Rehrar. The Hon. Chas. M’Clnre:
His patriotic and pure democratic principles
which.he sustained during his services as a
public officer, left a star m the democratic
party and will be an honor to his offspring
when he is no more.'
v By ffm. Gracey.- 1 Our Country— warm
in' our-affectiohs;- she has more to fear from
internal' treachery than external violence;
but so long as we have democratic rulers
-there is nothing to fear.v God save the Re
public. -i.-*- .Vj. 1 --
By James Gallon. Governor Porter—-E
-lected by the true and unbought democracy
of,Pennsylvahia in 1838 —they will again
confer on him.the sahie high trust in 1?41.'
By AfoSanddr Klink. , General Andrew
Jackson: One of-nature’s noblemen-—vener
able in years, illustrious in deeds —may
peace and prosperity attend him in the even
ing of his days.
By a Guest. Penrose and the Thorn Bush
< —Oh, theyMl murder me, cries Charley—-Oh,
what shall I do, dear, dear, Thaddy? Hold
your tongue, you d d fool, replies Ste
yensdPs nothing but a Tkom-Buahl
By Geo. D. Foulk. GenM. D. R. Porter,
Governor of Pennsylvania: A sound and pa
triotic..republican;, as unassuming.in.public
as he is estimable in private life; Tie has tri
[ umphed over his base and ferocious caluhi
niators and persecutors; his pure integrity
and ardent devotion to her interests will
greatly benefit the State;
By James Dunbar. Whigs &“Anti-ma
sona: Like Kilkenny cats they are devour
ing. each other on the .subject of the next
Presidency? as though the democrats were
going to permit them to elect one of their
“availables.” Ha! ha! it is'really amusing.
! By George Heckmah. Democracy: tW
people-will ever be-fouhd in ai
gainstthe intrigue oif all aristocrats whether
they be bribed by a : “Bank” or “the Bank.’’
Cheater? arid mobocrac- lever pros--
P By ’ James M’Clune. The heroes of. the
Buckshot War: Let them be well fed on
,By John Emerich. Messrs. Miller,- Gor
gas;-and Woodburn: Their course in refer
ence to~the payment of the troops who par-'
ticipated in the “Buckshot War,’’ meets the
approbation of the people, the foul-mouthed
blackguardisms of the federalists or the mis
representations of pretended democrats to the
By Abraham Kurtz. George Washing
ton: First in war, first in peace, the father
of our free country—may he be remembered
for his bravery.
By a Guest. Democracy the foundation
of liberty—May it never be polluted by any
of the unprincipled leaders of Whiggery or
By Jos; C.-Thompson. ■ Andrew Jackson:
The able and efficient statesman—may he
always. be remembered by the free and in
dependent people of the Union.
By Jacob Heraminger., His Excellency
Governor Porter, chief ploughman of- the
State; he turns his furrows handsomely and
never looks back. -
By Lewis M. Lusk. Andrew Jackson,
the hero of New Orleans, the flower of
chivalry and masterpiece of democracy, the
antagonist of Whigism, and the fearless
champion against the United States Bank;
may he live long to enjoy the liberty of our
vast Commonwealth and peaceful Union.
By Isaac Ringwalt. Democratic repub
licans—-true ones kftawn by their submis
sion to the will of the.majority, all others
By Peter jßpahr. Captain E. V. Sumner,
Ist U. S. Dragoons, may he remain in com
mand of the Carlisle Barracks for sixty
years; he is the choice of the citizens of
Carlisle who know the value of a meritori
By E. V. Banker. Commodore Jesse'D.
Elliott, the enterprising American seaman,
who undertook the desperate task With his
forlorn hope, and succeeded in cutting out
the two' large British brigs of war from un
der the guns of Fori Erie on.the morning of
the ' 9th of October 1812—may it be re
membered that this desperate act gave life
and spirit to the American fleet on Lake
By Wm. Shriver. May the freedom of
election be preserved,.the trial by jury main
tained, and the liberty of the press be se
cured to the latest posterity.
_ By John Mehaffie. I),.Reporter & James
Buchanan: Pennsylvania delights in honor
ing them, and it is her pride to call them her
By Wm. S. Allen. Hon. Samuel Hep
burn: His studious habits, his sound judg
ment and sober temperament highly qualify
him for a judge.
By Geo. E. Cain. The democratic citi
zens of Carlisle, celebrating the 6Sd anni
versary of our National-Independence—may
they ever be found battling shoulder to
shoulder, for the perpetuity of those princi
ples which actuated their sires in the days
that tried men’s souls.
By Daniel Whisler. The knowing Whigs
of Mifflin township and elsewhere, who said
after the election that General D. R. Porter
would go to the Penitentiary instead of ta
king the Chair; I think they knew they were
lying, and I hope they may repent and here
after forsake their bad company. Sturgeon,.
Stonebreakers, JEeg Beatty & Yellow John,
By,Geo. B. Wilson. Hon. W. S. Ram-,
sey: Our able and worthy representative to
Congress—distinguished for his patriotism,
industry and fearlessness in the advocacy of
democracy, .the I4th Congressional district
may expect-a firm, prudent and indefatiga
ble advocate of their interests.
By S. Ruplev. Hon. Charles M’Clurc.
the true friend andfavonte of the democra
tic party, his sterling integrity, his uncom-i
promising and unwavering principles, and
his unremitting exertions..in the Viause of
Vanßuren, Porter and Democracy, is asure
guarantee of the purity of his principles, he
richly merits the gratitude and thanks of
every true democrat. . .. , :
By Joh M’Ci" G' 'Vashi’'
.jy - lin . _/0y jeorge Washington!
‘‘America’s noblest gem,” while ever we
celebrate the day which 1 gave birth to our
Independence, 'his name will be mentioned
byall with gratitude and respect.
.By Jas. M. Allen. Commodore Jesse D.
Elliott; A gentleman of polislied manners, a
soldier fearless and brave, an officer firm,
dignified and respected, and ah ornament to
our Nayy. His patriotic services during the
late war ds appreciated and will be remem
bered by the American people with gratitude,
when a few envious aspirants who" would rob
him of his well earned fame will be ; forgot
ten,or only remembered with.contempt.
By a Guest. The ‘walking barber pole’ of
Carlisle—a fit associate-for Beg-Beatty and |
P—P-— -. : ' .•' v^'.l
By James Miller. Fourth of July .17T6:
Tjie birtlL-day of- Freedom—long mjiy it be
celebrated' by every lover of liberty., :r
. By William GreerivFalsecounsellors and
false friends—more to be dreaded and des
pised, than open and,avowed enemies..
; By Jacob Fenstcmaker. r C. B. Penrose:
‘‘The political reprobate, twenty times con
verted to the cause .of democracy, and-as
often, has he acted the part,of the-Dog that
returned-to ! his vomit,-or the Sow.'to, her
wallowing- in the mire; his principles never
change, he'still remains the samecontemptr.
iblo,“Vicar of Brayalas poor Charley! ;
.By. Wm. S; Lambertbn, Hon. Charles
Sd’Clure, during the short; time.he represen
ted. this‘Congressional: District in Congress-,
We part with him with'regret, but with the
assurance that he has an able successor!.
Drunk at the Democratic- Celebration at
By Capt. Jacob Dorsheimer, President’of
the aayT“ Gen. D. R. Porter, chief plough
man of the state; he turns his furrows hand
somely and never looks back—Go ahead.
. By G. F. Cain, Esq. Orator of the day.—
David R. Porter, Governor of the common
wealth of Pehna.j firm in the discharge of all
his official duties, and not to be dictated too
by a Federal antimasonic whig senate.
By Dr. W. W. Dale, reader of the Dec
laration of Independence, , Education—lts
benign influence is felt and acknowledged
in every pursuit of life; it assists agriculture,
improves manufactories and benefits coni
merce; it lessens vice and improves society;
teaching virtue, benevolence and dharity.—
May its importance be properly appreciated
by all who wish to secure happiness and
prosperity to their, country.
By Dr. A. H. Vanhoff, V. P. The day we
celebrate; the day upon which the Charter of
Liberty was proclaimed to the world.
By S. Rupley, V. P.'Our Legislature; let
us bave Mechanics and working men and
not so many Lawyers, and then we will have
plain and good laws, and no long speeches.
By F. Wondcrlich, V. P. American In
dependence; an achievement only worthy of
a people; resolved to be free. . May its ex
ample speedily be imbibed by all the nations
of the earth, and its blessings apppeciated in
By Dr. Edward Helfenstien, V. P. The
surviving Heroes of the Revolution; may
their last days be the best, ever esteemed by
every free hearted American; and may they
close a happy life in the pleasing view of the
preserving, peace, unity and prosperity of
their happy country.
By Geo. McHoes, V, P. May the present
Governor correct the mistakes, of Gov. Rit
‘ By Jos. Grier, V. P.. The Democratic
members of fifty six and the forty six vig
ilant committee of safety at Harrisburg last
December, have defeated all the Anti-ma
sons with their Buckshot and Ball cartridge.
By ’P. Roman Sfeck, Sec. Education, the
basis of civil. Religious and Political liberty:
may it ever receive the fostering care of our
National and State Legislatures.
. -By,.«f. C. Weibley, Sec. Gen. Washington;
may his virtue be remembered and imitated.
By Michael Hoover, Sec. Pennsylvania;
she will never deviate from the true .princi
ples of Democracy, nor sell her birth right to
By N.i Whissler, Sec. The American
Eagle; The Keystone aich; a bright feather
in her wing.
By Thomas Brunner. Anti-masonism,
Abolitionism and Amalgamationism, the 1 :
most certain indication of the downfall of
-By D. Criswell; The Keystone arch;
may, she correct all. bad divisions, and by
her wUdnm and integrity, give strength and
stability to our National fame.
By P. Roman Steck: The Ladies of
Mochanicsburg and vicinity; their influence
proves that the bright age of-chivalry is not
gone; we admire them for their Beauty, love
them for their. Sympathy, and deem no labor
too severe to gam their hearts.
, By D. Helfenstien. The Ladies of ,Me
chanicsburg; there is some sense in admiring
those lovely and'aifectionate creatures, who
give us existence and comfort, and thus pre
serve pur brightest banner of virtue/Libv
erty and.lndependence untarnished.
By Capt. T. G. Knox. The antimasoUs,
whigs and abolitionists celebrating the 4th
July—let them eat, drink and be merry, for
to-morrow they die, and the nextday they
will be hauled out. ”
By William.Timmerman. David Ritten
house Porter—elected Governor, kos vyf
kos the people-know him. ■
By Morris Dixon Jones.. The scouting
Major votjscouts the town at night listening;
at the folks’ house to know vot is going on,,
and prying into secrets of females. Oh! na- 1
tion: granny,, vil your dog bite? ~ i
By Johnßowmaster. Democracy—may it,
run-through the:-veins of . the rising genera
tion as the love of liberty, did -.through.-,the
heroes of the revolution.
. .By George Shrayder. Poor old antima
sonry, she is lingering ih the last stage of
consumption, brought on by attending abo
lition and bank meetings. Let Dr. Penrose
administer a dose.of 'quick-n/oer and tinc
tures of gold and the poor old lady, may not
kick the bucket yet awhile. ■
By W. J. Bowden. Universal education,
the only true safeguard of lib.erty.and equal
rights; despotism and superstition fall before
it like Dagoh before the ark.
:.By Jackson Andrews. The 4th /uly, we
celebrate as a bright memento of republican
principles that distinguishes the. democracy
of Pennsylvania. r.
brave General of the buckshot war; he ought
to - have a leather medal'voted to him for'his
services. .. •
By. Geo. Fetzer. Democracy .will be sus
tained in despite,of Bitner. BUrrowes & Co.
Mr. Fcgan.boughf ahickorybroom to sweep
the aiitimasons out of the Court House;
! By Alexarider Wells. Uavid lt. Porter,
by his firmness has convinced the antimasons
and their hangers on"that it is useless, any
longer to contend. :
‘ By'Major S. O. Davis. Joseph Rittierrfoo
short winded, for-the Iron well
through Philadelphia and Lancaster, stalled
at . the deep roads of old Berks, recovered
through-Lebanon and;Dahphin, L lost ground
in' Perry, distanced in- Westmoreland and
has hot been heard from since,
[#T TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUIfI.
NEW SERIES-VOE, 4, NO 5.
By George Forney. The People of Adams
county: Remember the buckshot war and
keep that cloven-footed man from the Legis
lature, that unnecessary expenses inay be
avoided at next fall’s election.
By 'if. Thompson Brown. M. Van Buren:
The hickory broom by which the officers at
Washington are to be cleared of the rubbish
tn the shape of federalists. Clare de Kitch
By Major Breriizer. May the Keystone
state prove to be asdeyoted as sheds repre
sented to have been in the days of the Rev-'
olution, —and may the fair sex be cherished
with that same courtesy of Republicanism as
they-Were at the signing of the Declaration
By J. Cunnaker. The American people,
the legitimate source of power; they should
not; be forgotten 'when we assemble to do
honor to the birth day of freedom.
By H. Gussler. Our country* Indepen
dent and free, dignified and respected at
home and abroad, may the blessings be duly
By H. Eitnnihger. His Excellency Jos.
Ritner, the farmer Governor, who says he
weighs more -behind than lie does before— l
The way with all fat oxen.
By Dr. Stadiger. x
Health to the sick.
Riches to the poor.
Success to tiie true love,
1 And freedom to the slave.
tey ./aCob Bppnsler,'Democracy as it should
be, who have had certain rulers nut princi
ples, but ty) destroy the very essence of our
creed which is democracy. >-
JBy J. F,' Ayres. The Rump Parliament,
with Stevens at its head, has been used up
rlimp and stump; there-is hardly a grease
spot left of the 17T0 majority.
By C. H. Emminger. .The Parson vot
preached a sermon to the ‘talented Senator;’
guess he had better resign and go home—lie
cant stand fire. • •
By H. Longsdorff. Penrose, Stevens and
Miss Peggy Beatty. A grand partnership
about to be performed. The first will exhib
it ground, and lofty tumbling—the second
will show tricks of slight of hand—and 'the
third will dance Jim: C'ruv* with her three
yellow boys. Admission 12s cents. Ap
ply to the door-keeper, Dan Eckels.
By E. Lowman. The amalgamation o[
anti-masonry, whiggeryand abolition; black
spirits and white, blue spirits and grey,
mingle, mingle, ye who may.
By Simon Arnold. Free investigafim,
freb discussion, ahd the freedom of the press,
the foundation, the superstructure, and the
safe guards of liberty—may they remain as
firm as the earth, as permanent as the uni
verse, and as free as the atmosphere which
By H. T. Coleman. The day: May its
annual return eter be hailed with enthusi
asm, and commemorated in a manner be
coming the sons of those who accomplished
By David Cromley. Ritner, Stevens and
Penrose: The band of patriots who shot out
behindirt the Buckshot war —may they nev
er get in such adirty scrape again.
LIST OP LETTERS,
Remaining in the Post Office at Mechanics
biirg, Pa. July Ist, 1830.
John T Ayers Jacob Momma
John S A ties Henry Mater
•William Bennett .Samuel Water ..
A & S Coylo John Mannlng
John Crotzer Bavid Miller
Dr Henry. Frederick May
Jacob'Coover Joshua Moyer
Michael Dill Miss Sarah Martin
James Dunlap Esq Cathrina Mosy
AVjlliamJQeah Newcomer-.. ■
Abrm Eshelman-> ‘ "r- John G Rupp
Williant Fagan 4 Jluth Reese- —
John Fisher Joseph Rhodes 2'
Miss Sarah Fisher -Aron Rowe M D .
Jacob Gross -Miss'Elizabeth ?
Jamison Hannon &Co -Swisher J ,
Margaret Ingram Elizabeth Sibeft
DS Jones William Short *
John Knows Peter Seidel „
Bel\j Kridcr ' Henry Smith ■-
Jacob-LeitZcl Miss E H Smith , o . i
David Leidigh Miss Susanna Spidlc.'
John Landis Frederick Seidle
Jacob Leldig Michle Winger J
John-Line Sami Wcsthcifer 2
George Mifchler Beneville Weaver
GEO. F. CAIN, P. M.
Beijtaining in the Post Office at Ncwviltc,
Pa. SOlh June, 1839.
Jobn'BHckcr . Ezekiel M’Laughliti
Jacob Brown , Jane Ki Miller
Robert Crawford Robt Middleton '
Sarah Crawford John Miller - ,
Simon Crawl A. J. North ;
Mary-Carnahan John Reed (dc'ftd)
John Davidson, Esq, John Reed of Nathan
Henry Dredgo Elizabeth Richards ‘
Abram Eshlemah Cathrinc Rcifsnyder •
Samuel Etter Emiley Randolph
Abram Erb John Sharp
David Ernst ' Jacob Stevick
Jacob Ecman : Mrs. Rebecca Stcrret
Samuel Funk J M Shealor .' "
John Grove - Peter Snahr ;
David Green George Simons | : ‘
Gpo.Humcs ? r.' Geo. I’orbct •’
Tops Hcfllefirtgcr Abraham - Whislcr
Paul Harburn , . , Abraham M'ise'. |
Betsy Kendig /Pb9 s --M r .aib ic p , /
RevvGh’n Lepley Gapti tbps.'Wallace
John M’Kediab •
LIST OF LETTERS
; ,J. MftORE, P. M, :