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By order of the Standing
rune Democratic Besiablicana
A- Township. who are ini favor tpf
lion lof Joseph Ritzier and * agent' .1
sill and gold and goad beak ho
Rat t the profigate Aministration
Van Buren and Porter's Shinplaster
red inable Treasury Notes.(Continen
anepectfully invued to attentra met
hel on Saturday the 15th ling., at 1 o
M. t the house of Jacob Leckenbitt, in ti
of reidenshorg, for the purpose or pn
the Election of our present worthy farm
ern r and the Democratic county u 'bet,
su other objects which may tend up
ca .of the People. The Democra oof
joi ing Townships are politely re, estr
ten Feverai speeches will be mid in
eh h and German languages.
MANY FA '
1 4i , rayme Township Sept, Ft
1 4 133
trier; Gold €.6 Silber, itn
MEETING of the ifriends o Gt
and opposed to the. locloo Foe° hi
didate. ,David ft , 'Porter; will hi
of Jacob Ropp, in 'Onion tow Ail
a_y the 22d lust, at 2' o'aluck, P. A
Democrats, and support your use.
Sept 8 - .
Porter & Demoe k
MEETING of the friends of an
Porter, but opposed to the Se yll
ination far county officers, h d I
will take place at the ha se 4
1 . after, East Schuylkill Haven, o St
h instant, at 2 o'clock P: M.
Septenther 13, 1838.
'MEETING of the Citizens
gion pvili be . held
• THIS EVENING
tember 12th, at Stager's How
this 13nrough, to hear the Re
rg Delegation. '
MLNERS TAKE NO IC
If William Haleitoo, late f.w
Wee, Nova geotia, - will call at th
• -iv. a letter from hie wife,
Whig nomination to Co
nferees of Lehigh and Si
tee, met agreeably to appo
:0106 of Gideon Oswalt, i
township. They unanimou"
WALLTER C. LIV IN
ofLeblgh, as Representati
elision 'was one of great elm I
neightMrhood, and upward
from the'neighboring tow
who all testified their unq
Lion of the choice, and tbei
Were biw 400 majority is
fame enthusiasm which is
prevalent, manifested itself
ititepcthd . the conference.
'lriV present utir ent
TAttlintlitir Cowry AND !
xxrp and we can with
sett, that a stronger array
integthy have never been
voteri- of Schuylkill and
; nominafions bave through;!
ted by an ardent wish to I
those .who can justly and •
right" from eccroachment I
I to tell our enemies their
Eliot the dignity and puri
WIWI and the laws. If . . .
lint, our (vire ticket gnus I
on; Wation,no era has been
"iltiepitnicirbing iotereet as
-Therfarti supporting. the
surd ot the genetst titt
been gradually iiilting utto
now the most strenuous! ea
• kintto revive its strength
insidioosdevice the zeal o
The idiictrineis of Vattl3u
usheYfatio the world,- viecr .
his whole political car
signing end birpocriticat
dog bitternese of the gilded pill wt iiiot
at first-perceptible within its attractive
covering. Much was to be emended, much
reforined- - and for some tune the casual
observer was really, deceived by the ap
pearance of prosperity; an'ovexplus in the
Treasury of forty millions wore an aspect
ofcontinued success, sad its division a-.
mong the States was a healthful .omen of
national happiness. But alas! these were.
only the gaudy trappings which served to
cover the , stern ciefarawity and sterility of
all beneath. degrees our eyes were
opened—the wierd sisters never "kept the
word of promise to the ear, and broke it to
e sense," more effectually than did Mar
tin an Basica and his poPitical 'skivers.
Fro an ever whelrotne majority in our
national tigress, the demented admiois
tration now And themselves in a minority. .
Nothing euuldlield them from public re..
huke.: their throng .of of holders and,
wealthy supporters in vain lavished their'L
sale' ies and their gold—a subsidized and
corrupt press in vain belched forth their
vonutings of spleen arm gall,— ander was
rebuked—falsehood detected--an he true
democracy of our country arose in eir
grandeur to say to their imperious rules*,
thus far shalt thou go and no farther." '
Their experiments were their rain. The
wide spread commercial desolation which
followed like an avalanche, carrying fear
and destruction with it, aroused the dor
mant faculties of our nation. They found
they had been de wived, cheated and tri:.
fled with! They sought the ballot heir
for redress, and its influence is 'already
felt throughout the nation. The Strong
holds of tyranny are broken up—the flood
of popular rebuke is overwhelming them,
and a place iq public sentiment, 'which is
the only ark of safety amid the waste of
waters, is denied them. Citizens of Penn
sylvania! the moment that declares Jos,eph
Runtr to he re-elected as your GoYernor,
will be the sun rise of renewed prosperity;
the dark cloud which has. overshadowed
us will be withdrawn-I'le plagues will be
removed from Egypt, and as marked', a
difference will be seen in our business, our
Public and our private works, as in the
sunshine after a tempestl This desirable
end is within our reach; a few slight ef
forts and it is accomplished. But we must
lee on our guard—all that political prialli•
acy can invent will be brought againstus.
The fascinations of 'Calypso and her
nreaphs—the gold of Plums, the windings
of tbe Cretan labyrinth will be out-fabled
by their ephemeral promises, their spe
'!does bribes, and their artful machinations
all will be in vain - , it we are but true to
'ourselves- Corruption, profligacy, exac
tion and oppression , will be -ended—our
name will no longer be a by-word and our
country a reproach; ourbark ofgovernment
will again put out to sea, manned by:ex
perienced pilots, and wafted by prosperous
breezes, we will again enter a secure ha
ven of national prosperity and joy.
ot • 1
to to t
v, a d
d Go ld.
.f WO , ne
. errancy of
-1 of . Mdrtia
and the ir
ta I Modey,)
ing, go bo
hot , the
th e l , ad
d t at.
• t the
n dln di
on t e
4tur ay the
Miner Meeting in Brunstoig township.
—On Saturday last the friends of Gov.
Ritzier held a spirited meeting at the house
of Samuel Yost, in Brunswig; 118 persons
were present, and among them' were rec
ognized several former supporters of Wolf
and Muhlenberg, who are now going for
the farmer Governos. Our friends iu this
oeighborhoo& are full of confidence and
will take a large slice out of the former
foco majority of the - county. The
farmetv turned out with great enthusiasm.
Wagons were constantly pouring in, and
two•were decorated with appropnate flags
and emblems—"no Sub treasury," "No
Shinplasters," "Gold and Specie."
- he will
Oue team filled with working men was
a glorious sign of the prosperity-of the goad
cause—a sign that they were up and do
ola. We feel certain that Bonnswig will
dO — its duty. .
tail at t
The Paisburg Coneentign.—News of
the first day's proceedings have been re
ceived; there were nearly 4000 delegates
present, the largest chuich could not con
tain them, and they were -4 obliged to ad
journ to an open grove ; The C invention
was organized by the appointment of Wi/-
hum Iheater, Esq. of Reading, as Neil
dent, assisted by 41 Vice - Presidents, a
mong whom we recognize the name of Dr.
George N. Eckert, of Schuylkill county.
Committees were appointed to prepare ad
dresses, resolutions, &c. which as soon as
received will be laid before our readers.
The utinost,harmony prevailed—but one
spirit manifested itself, -which *as honest
opposition to David R. Porter, and pride
of Gov.' Ritner, This meeting is the
greatest triumph yet achieved- by the •
Whigs--the' largest - meeting ever assem
bled in our country, and it will speak• to
the State in . language,ivhich will cause the
myrmidons of party to quail,.and -carry
convicti o n to every honest mind. We
await with -intense anxiety the report of
their proceedings. $
lam' When our deletes return, a meet- •
ing will be;called to hear their report, of
which due notice will be given!: -
, ly noMinai '.
c TON, J.
e. he oe
1 temen in the
• fifty rulers
ips a tended,
1 itied a proba.
moue all who
of tarot and
resented to the
, high. The
ut been dicta.
.ly defend our
and who dare
tilts, and stand
y of our consti
party by vigi
prevail. ' •
tical annals of
.o fraught with
. bnogious mea•
a minority; and
i • rtione 'are ma-
Qom- We. learn frton Leading that be
tween' thirteen and fourteen hundred per-,
sun* attended the Reading Porter ponven
-1 lion on Monday IW. Needy one bailor
the number were from Berke county.' '.
and blind by
on, -a par with
Van But en.voted in the New York Con.
vention to amend the tonstiiwtion v against
pertniying any person to vote unless he
was a hoose-keeper. What say , yea to
that, ye single -voters.
"Der Joseph 'littler ist der imam,
Der onseym Sisal regieleo keno."
o tie ,
with gresitlrir, but it
at he did not o r
could go to
that he would‘cime to hem•
ock, and lea at tour, the
oasis th 9 o'c
which was a peciarpt dia
charge. As soon as this was done, the
cry of prom 'ption . and persecution. was
raised, and - be the case with every
idle vagabon sent off the work, be was a
Porter man immediately. He then pub
lished a st tement how the State was
eos i n
cheated by I 0 Commissary, providing for
the lien, an gives a him list of prices,
which by co parison we find on an aver
age to be l than the articles were selling
for in oar B rough, at he same titne—he
attributes al to partyyland Thaddeus Ste
vens—says be was engaged on the .30th
June, and ws told to make no distinction
of party in his engagements, but that on the
t of July[ (the next day,) Stevens came
alo . the bite of canal and discharged all
the friends pf Porter. He then induced
some of thti men in his employ to give a
ting anothe job, but when used fur politi
caleter under color of
purpose , many persons on the list have
disclaimed all intention of giving him any
character, but from a charitable motive.
These impsitions are too gross not to be
perceptible to all, and. we shall hereafter
show some of its grosser inconsistencies,
which want of room compels 'us now to de
lealin that a Bet of $5OO was made
in Reading a few days since, that }Liner
would have a gain of 7000 in only
ten count‘s in the State. A gain of 6500
more han nullify the united majority
of Wolf and Muhlenbeeg against him in
Kr The Steeple on the New Catholic
Chapel inithis Borough, 57 feet high, which
is to be slitrmounted with a Cros4, and in
which a Town Clock is to be placed, was
raised onSaturday last.
lAihy are nut the Settzinger's names
attached lio the Address to the Anti-Ma.
sues of tie State? They were appended
to the A drelit published in Reading.
1:1r. I, John Stonebreaket is a tying
oagabrmii, of notorious bad character, &c.
as the lapis state,
how is it that was ta
ken for bail fur David R. Porter in the sum
of $BOOl If he was a vagabond, David
R. Porter must have been very fond of
f)::r trite Messrs. Stonebreakere -.tire
member# . of the- Methodist Episcopal
Church, to good standing,, and areewell
known to several clergymen of that per
suation,lwho testify -to their
. good charac
ter and tanding. Yet these men are pro
noutice4 by ;he Loco fuco Porterites to be'
Conrg Still.—The Montrose Regis
ter gives us additional namesof those for.
merly Opposed to Ritner, who will now
vote fit him in pieference to David R.
Porter, , which, now swells the. number to
174. n 1836 there was a majority of
289 a lost the Whigs in all Susquehannaii
Co„ a d the neighborhood of Montrose
alone knocks ofrthat Dumber. ,
New York Election.—Bot4 parties have
girded on . their armor for the coming.
conffic in November. The whit woven.
mbled at Utica—the Locos at
tjerki er. it will be a desperate sung.
gle o n, he part of the office holders and
their yrroidons; beaten last year, all their
energies will be directed to repair their
losses-hit is the wild death struggle: they
are already gasping.for breath, and before.
December is ushered in, the cannon 4
Whig rictory will fire over the tomb of
the 8u b trearuiv party, and its death will
tie droWnedin the triumphant shout of mil
lions Of freemen.
her returns froth Itli,nont still render
bernatorial election in this State
doubt ul. It is now stated that the Ad
minist lion canduibte has probably am.
teede by u small majority. . .
Th news from the 'Vermont election is
gloriobs.Notwithstanding the boasts of
the co s'Lbs of the "greet reaction" in this
State the Whig ticket has increased ma,
joritiel as far as heard from.
The election in Maine took place on
-Monday last. The Government - has
sent at least half a million dollars in this
&tie to , carry it. The Eiperiments bay
ing redhead thousands -,to poverty- = they
sre now endeavoring to buy ~them up with
the public mewl!
'he Porter wipers are making a, great
noise because Jantes,Duniop of Franklin
county, some time since said, that be did
believe the charges preferred iiirainis
_This is notating very strarigat- .7
Therwere hundreds, even in Huntingdon
county, not acquain!ed with the circum
stances, who di4 , not believe the cliargen,
until - Porter bad the suits pending. against'
him put off—and the Stonebrakers have
sworn to his fraudulent Inseh)eriey.—
They now believe it, and will not vote for
''';;J:* 7 4‘' •
Palau in Carlini:rim countyhavenottrii)oo4
Mrs fietornan for the Aasembly, and W.
G. litairiey, to represent Colombia and
'Luzern Counties in Congress.
A "mad hose
missal to tkis be
The Jail Candidate' for Goverper.—
it • appears that George: Davis, Esq. the
partiC.Rarfrienii AndAtieighbour of David
PCITY?r wda tlf&person wholiut, him in
jail,' on a hairpiece. if - the friends Red
neighbors of David 11... Porter could not
trust him, and 'committed him to. prison,
can the people-of Pennsylvania trust him
tor Governor of the State.
eta are simply
*cork he stated
n even a
Porter Editors Bricking oat'—We leant from
the Miltonian that Gabriel Yearick, Editor of the
Union Timed, a violent tripportei of Porter loco
foooisosebas tbs4uatulated. He has thos 'proved
himself a locomotive stibtressoer, leaving 'lts
hostess, a poor widow mines about $3OO, as also
the Hinter, Tailor, "tinker, cobbler"
fore his departure he was for selling out his inter ,
est to . the Ritaer pinky, bist as that interest turned
out to be nothing, it would not answer. Well
he's gone,—where ninny, more pill follow after
the election; we. expect to see a caravan of 13C0
editors start for Mitssouri,the latter end of Octo
ber, as being the only soh when! their principles
The Democratic Repo') an Conferees
from the Mounties of Schuylkill and Le
high, convened at the - house of Gideon Os
wald, in West Penn township Schuylkill
county, September 10th. 1838, for the pur
pose of nominating a suitable candidate
fur Congress. The meeting was organ
ized by appointing PETER. FILBERT,
Esq. of Schuylkill, President.
Gamma Yus-r, of Lehigh, Ss*uaa D.
LEM, of Schuylkill, Vice Presidents ; John
Smith of Lehigh, Charles Dengter, Esq.
of Schuylkill, Secretaries.
The following' Conferees were present.
Frpm Schnylkill.—SamUel D.. Leib.
Peter Filbert, Benjamin Hefner, William
Wolf, Charles Dpngler, 4s q ., David Kist
ler, John Shoemaker,
From Lehigh:—George Yurrt' , John
Smith, L F. Ruhe, jr., Joseph Morey,
G. A. Sage, Jonas Seiberling, Esq.,
Charles W. Weant, Esq:
On motion of J. F. Rube, jr., seraonded
by Win. Wolf, Col, Walter C. Livingston
of Lehigh, was declared to hp nominate.
by. a unanimous vote.
On; motion; a ,committed of five were
appointed to draft Preamble and Rcsolu
tions, fur the adoption of the meeting, viz.:
G. A. Sage, S. D. 12+ etb, J.• F. Rube, jr ,
John Shoemaker and Jonas Seiherling,
Esq., who, after retiring for a short time,
reported the following which were unani
Whereas, this meeting has been con
vened' for the purpose of nominating a
suitable person, to represent the Eighth
Cog;, essional District, composed of the
counties of Schuylkill and Lehigh, in the
ensuing Congress of-.the United States;
and Whereas, in the performance of this
high and responsible duty, we desire to be'
governed by sound republican principles
and usages, a due regard to the wishes of '
our constituents, and the welfare and pros-'
perity ofiker - people at large• ' and whereas
the abuses and corruptions' o f the present
National Administration, have reached a
point of enormity, unprecedented in the
annals of our country, calling -loudly for re.
f.;rm, and a recurrence to the fundamental i
princirles, and devolving upon every free-1
man the duty-to active vigilance and e'er.,
tym, - to rescue the violated Constitution
end Laws, restore the happiness and pros
perity of the people, and check the pro
gress of political profligacy and usurpation.
Resolved, That we unimanimously nom
hiate Col. W A LTER C. LIVINGSTON,
as a man in whom we repose the •highest
Confidence'and well qualified to represent
this district in the Congress of the United
Resolved, That we recognize in him a
sterling Democrat, ñ friend to 'lndividual
Enterprise and Inßustry,, an opponent to
Incorporated monopohes,in f l ror of a sound
currency and opposed to di . Shin Plaster
and Sub Treasury Systems.
RMolved, That we Sill oppose all nom
Mations that are made by our opponents,
that support the ineas4es Martin Van
Buren and Porter, either by pledges
etherwise, because we believe those meas
ures and pledges, are in principle arbi
trary and,detrimehtal la the• welfare of the
Resolved, That we, recommend, to all
our 'friends Union and Harmony, Vigi
knee and Activity.
• - Resolved, That we entertain the fullest
con6denee in the sound Democratic prin-
Ciples of our present Chief Magistrate Jo.
eeph Ritner, and in the success of the good
cause we advocate, and that a glorious
victory . will revraid oar exertions.
On motion, Resolved; That the Pro
ceedings of this Convention 'be published
in all. the Democratie Whig and,.• • Ritzier
papers of Schuylkill and Lehigh Co.
Resolied, That the contintion Adjourn,
and. thp officers oftbis meeting sign the
frrwi are 4no enemy i to the Vice President.
We hope, that fie lire to a good old age and
then die ealetly'he the anne of hie wile.— Western
.. Io that CUB, the verdiet i ae inquest will be
"pied in , the wool." Los' • Journal",
We oruieretand, that o rjDEL a:SUTHER
LAND has accessed the inatioo of the "Dem
ocratic: Conservative" the -feat Ceagreesionef
Merrier of able State- ,
. . ,
Read . the SatiOwin it
makes the reelection oil !ne 'v.
Ititnertertstin. roan Can
losiger"bare any , doniotsabout
the rests!** _ • •
The Re-eleetion of Goe. kitner conceded
A REASONABLE . ESTIMATE.I
The promulgatiOn of the estimate, codeocted
by_the Porter Central Committee,- has excited
sect generiA contempt anti ridtente,that Olath
e'. estimates that may be made between this and
the elemiumr—nomatter hew correct the data on
whieb they are fanned, will be looked upon with
suspicion. Still — the following, with regard 'to
twenty vounties tidy, appears to moo tea nable,
or.we should rather say, so liberal with rd to
the enemy. that•we copy it with confide'. per
fectly wiltinitto'test its accuracy by th . its.
limey also be well enough to repeat here,-for the
information of „thou; whe pay little .attention to
the subject, that the :Porter Committee admit a
Ritner gain of MORE THAN FIVE TROD
SAND VOTES in ten counties alone! Alto, that
Governor Hitner's vote has CONSTANTLY
INCREASED at every successive contest; turd
that in 1835, he RECEIVED' WENTY-FIV E
HUNDRED AND FORTY-EIGHT MORE
THAN MARTIN VAN BUREN RECEIVED
IN 1836. it should' also be remembered 'that in
I 832, when Wolf and Racier were the only eandi
didates in the, field, and when Wolf was assisted
by the patronage of both, the National and State
Administration., and. backed by the popularity of
General Jackson, hie majority was a little more
thin 3000 votes. The Porter men admit a change
of more than 3000 in favour of Miner in Phila
delphia city and county alone? Not. only this,
but one of
,Vier papers; the Key Stone, argued
with great pertinacity some time since, that the
appointment of Messrs. Stevens and Dickey as
Canal Commissioners, would make a difference
of 10,000 in favour of Ritner. Take their own
I statements, therefore, and Governor Ritner must
be elected bia triumphant maj only. He beat
Van Buren in '36, before that individual had Iden
tified his fortunes with the atone Sub-Treasury
Bill; and lt,will be extraordinary indeed, if we do.
not overwhelm the Van Buren SubiTreasury
Candidate for Goiermir, especially as titepopular
current for the last two years has been lunging
I as,rapidly as the waters. of the St. Lawrence,
, against Loco Foconum its madness, its measures,
and hi men. - .
We invite Attention‘ to the subjoined estimate
of the probable result of thellection to the eoun
- Railer% • ';
Philad. City , & County, • 2500 ' • • •
Franklin, -- . - 300
iilleghany. ~ : 1200. . .
Beaver, ,• ' • 1000
Mercer, _ ' 700
Crawford, ' 100
Erie, , - 1300 • . •
Susquehanna, ' 400
orthuoiberland: - - " " 600
Luzern, - 550
rive,. , ' . 300
Coluenbia, . 900
Armstrong. . 550
Berko, - 2500
rattier, Epoo Porter, 7,700
In 1835 Ritner was beaten in the same coun
ties, 13,000 votes, by Wolf and illublenbnrg.
We have estimated our majorities- below - the
mph, while we have given Porter in the fbrego
ing estimate, heavier majorities than he can pos.
sibly command at the coming election, in the
counties, enumerated. The result In the twenty
counties, including this city, will assuredly ex
hibit a gain for Wittier, compared with his vote of
1835, of Imo° . votes, tNus completely break ing
down the aggregate majority over Ritner at the
last electienj leaving thirty-two counties in the
commonwealth wholly excluded. Now, we yen.
tared to. perilfel; that Porter 'Till not command
in ten counties, the combined strength Of Wolf
and Mahlentierg; conimpiently, his defeat is inev
itable. Unless .we greatly err, the Pan Buren,
Sub-Treasury, Loco Few candidate will in oar
opinion, be completely used op by the hard-fisted'
and warm heatted yeomanry of the Key Stone
State. No "miming nag" can reasonably hope.
to out ran the Farmer Governor. The majority
for Wolf and Muhlonberg in 1836, fell short of 13,
.000.—[People's Advocate-) ,
Come up to the Mark Porter
.• rim who boast of getting from 1000
to. 1200 majority in Schuylkill county. '
We are authorized to offer the Minoring
That 'Portei, will not 100 majority - in
• $5O. •i
Tehat he, will not have 200.
That he will not have 300.
That he will not have 400.Itk i r •
That he will not have 500.
That hexid mit j tiave 600; _
That he, will not have 700..
That be will-not have 800.
That be will not have WO; and
- Ritner will. have •a majority in
The above to be taken collectively.
IWILL be sold , M Public Sale at the House
of the Subscriber, residing at the Dem:
Park. on*Nooday the 24th inst., at 9 'o'clock. A.
M. a variety of Household otensile and Farming
Stock, 4ko. among which are the - following arti
cles, to wit: Seven good Rail Rood 'Horses and
Harness, two Cow.. two two horse Wagons, one
new, one Dearborn, one Cart, Plough and 'inv.'
row, Win lU,Cutting Box, three Stacks of good
Hay, bell ii: a
quantity in the Barn, three Stacks
of Oats,. se for pester, together with a variety
of other .farming froplements,. Six ' Bedsteads.
together with a lot of other Honsehold and Witch-
Ain Furniture. Four of the Horses are now en.
gaged. in hauling Coati for Milne. and Spencer,
and the purchaser can have the contract for.hawl.
is p; fit snits him at any time.
Sale positive-- - -Terms calk ill Silver or gtild
%pit Notes, as the subscriber is going !feat;
. , MATHEW MARSDEN.
Deer Park, 5eFt.12,11138. '
• . ' Gomm?'
JOSEPII K 1
- Walter- C. • Livii
, < Asada*
GeOrge N. Ec ert.
Abraham L. Boa ner, 1 ye,
Daniel Nllollenber r, 3 year
,• - . Director of the oor
' Auditors ' t .
.I. Kuntz' ger, 3"yeA
Charles Dengler, I veers. .
-.. Michael Grraell:
Coroner • ' i i
Jacob Reed 4 "Esq. •I,
For, Governor:—thisid R. Pixter.
Per Aasesibly:—W illiam Mortimer,
For Coroner:—Natbaniel J.lYlitle,mno. gn • .
For Cortunissionere— , •Edwaril Connor,
years. - flenjamin Lantter. for I year.
Director of the poom•--Dan , I Bartolet.
For Auditorav—lteter Kut fur 3 years.
ward lionizmiger, 2 years.
For Trasteern—lohn , Biekle,
• Informa tion Wanted.
AFEMALE calling he 'ell Maria Blrtlb,
or-Byrnes, who was tra ening from Oliw to
meet her uncle William George B•roes,
residing near Pottsville, was received by th, sub a
scriber neat Tarrinqua, in a , eiy distressed tate,
and, sick. Any information • ill be a chsri y.
• - WILLIAM I INALDSO .
t• ' • ' Tama. us.
In the matter of the E tate of Wi ham
In the Caere of Cemmom
• county of S '
NOTICE is 'hereby give
Russel, Robert Woudsi
ver t , the subscribers, have
tees. of the Estate of Willie
debit akiesaid, by the Con
and for the County . of Sch
debted to the said William
property belonging to him
to pay and deliver all sucli
property due and belongio
Reevely, to`the said Truett:
tors of the se R
sired to present their tee
mends to the said Trust
repiding in the Bo
September 22. 1838.
- Lid 'of
/ 541, Septeuiber I, 163 K
Andersen John Hr •
Adams John '
Bickley IL S.
Bartin George 1
Birk beck Alexander
Brunei - bus Solomon •
pule John 1
Berk Thomas •
Bowman David ,
Barber Wm. •
- Brengnet Daniel
Ceinpfielit John 1111
Campbell Daniel .
-Carlini& Hugh '
Courtney - Daniel
Cockhill Johan/in 2 I
Davis Miss margaret pa
Dinkelspiel Abruham • E
Egan-Michael • . l ta t
. Evans Evan
Farrelly, Andrew ' . • y
FettingJ . p 2 ,
• Fox Mcinry
Fortner B P
Gottachall Conrad •
Gilmer Andrew '
Grim Peter -
Gingiva Frank W 2
Gordon Newel I •
Grisswold Chester F
Higley Isaac H
Hodgson Sophia L
Handrew James •
Hahn Charles '
Irwine - MissJone Marl
Jones-Wallin . ,
Jones Abraham. B . •
Jones Willhun 2
Jones William henry
Knott .James • -
Kelly Anthony •
'Kendigh, Jae° '
Lturnuorad Re rt .
l ayer John
. oyer Edward
lyen Henry 1
Cotta Mariati i
Lorna Richar4" '
laxwell Wil 'm
leDade David W
IcDonntll Pet i
IcManus Cha 1
.yne s Arthur
Riegerte - Cha les
Sc o tt. Willie
' Tigert John
Erbil John 3
Whelan St I
- William Jo I
L, - CHICEST
• teas in and the
.y i : n t t i e le d , ,
d T e
f r e u
i•e and Martin Wee,
i .. R n ee lk v P e P° l
1 of emotion Pleas le
Vlkill, all persons in.
Reevely, or holding
are hereby required
' sums of money and
to the said William
, , and also all credi.
•vely, are hereby de.
olive accounts or de.
W RUSSEL, : '
I • - Truitt:ea.
• tters •
at Office at Pettaville
am I Alm