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..4E.g4i.p. : ..0t,'E POSITOR.
WEDNESDAY, §EPtEMRER 2, 1840
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• Ourtiatiner Ifoati prou'dly-ca - nie rally around it, --
. ,lOr 11130 h from. the contest, till LIBERTY'S WOll4
. ' frl I :.'ive , place our. -country where
• .. . "found it,' ,
tire HE and VA BUREN their follies begun!
• _Come smcc EN.!:11, yet . thatprolid.name yoti - vould
. .clicrielt,„ ~ • : . .
' ? o r bow down .11S aufvects• on Slavery's knee ; •
Cootie rally! come rally! let dri& only perish- 7 .
'Who fawn on a _ tyrant. and fear to be free! -,..
• poN. WM. 11. HALI,RISON.;
2 -- --
- i41.9 N . . J - 0 EIN - T Y LiE R,
GEORGE 'WASHINGTON WAS A FARMER
YOUR ADAMS WAS A - LAWYER. •
THOMAS JEFFERSON WAS A LAWYER.
JAMES MAY/MR WAS t A LAWYER.
.LYMER , MONROE WAS A LAWYER.
O.,ITINtiY ADAMS -IS A LAWYER.
ANDREW 3..seicsort IS A LAWYER.
• ' MART I N VAN BUREN- IS A LAWYER. -
. WILLIAM H, HARRISON -IS - A FARMER.
Like causes.produce similar. effects; under, Wash=
itigton.the country was prosperous and hapy. het
us have anotherfarm Presi dent er and (soot her age of
prosperity and -plenty. • " • •
HARRLSO - N - C-LU-B.
The — 4. fLinHISON CLUB" of Carlisle will
tneet..at. the, LOG . CABIN on Friday Evening the
4th inst.-ar 7j -M.--_2_L_-
• (of South.. towitship,)
Will meet at Mr. ISaae Weakley's tavern, 4 miles
southwest of Carlisle on the. Walnut Bottom road, on
Saturday. evening the-sth of Angtiq, at 7 o'clock.. .
. . • - 1 GEO. EGE, Preet„
. • ,
Hairfson Convebtion at Lancastei...
.. Delegates and-others who .
wish to-attend the Mir
rison Convention, tome held at Lancaster, en .- .
I Friday-the I'Bth day of!S'eptpinber, •
are hereby informed,,that • the Fare An—. Conveniion
Pavrci!gens, over, the- 11arrisburF,. Portsmouth,
lionnijoy bud Lancaster Railroad, trill, on that occa
sion, be reduced to - RALF, TIIE USUAL PRICE,
tlarrisbutt, Sept. 2, 1840
The County Ticket;
• Formed,by 'thp . Whig Convention on Tiles
day last is a very - good one:throughout; and
we trust will be cordiallynnil actively sup
ported brevery member of the Harrison
-partyt indeed by:nieni*s qf dtparties,
Who wish to see the solid . interests : of the
• country advanced.. The ,object of every
Pennsylvanian should now be to. establish
• a PROTECTIVE TARIFF, dr:a SOUND.
sivhieh, when ••ae•eltiinplisheel, with honest.
..men' to administer the Government, ,will
insure dreviVal of all kinds of business, and
a, fair compensation for- LABOR of every
_Aescription.--To,secure - --these-blessings-,-
which unwise legislation has destroyed,We
require representatives id .the State Legis
laturb,who will have "nerve enough" to
e instructions to our Senators and Rep
fesentaiives in Congress; and.coll uponi the
Executive of the Nation, for such action as
Vie 'American people' Wave a right -to-expect
from. an enlightened and patriotic. Chief Ma
o, , gistrate. We take it upon oursetves.to say;
771 hit limilikuOlickT;
et for AstrerOly, itill,itclected, do all they
...can to_remove-,the Stitte Taximpesed•by
the last L`egisl~itiie, and cak l upon the:,Na 7
..tional .Legislature for. a
,Sound Mixed Currency,s& Pennsylirania'e
quota of the public f.andS.. Give - us 'our
share of the public domain, and the Tax .
lairs'of the last session may be re'pealed,
and the prinCipal and interest of the. State
debt extinguished.: Itis
_therefore 'the in-; -
ierest of. every man 'of either. Party -to` . vote
the i'Vhig-Ticket-4er the 4Cefuees, wet
_know, by experience, . will make things
pin) TREASURY 'subscriber iii
Hopewell reproaches us for, not publishing
_the ! SUb : Treasury_Bill. *hp repreeek
`;We published 'the Bill before
any Lopfocopaper' in dm state ventured to
- po. Our correspondent will see it
. 44 :0,11its fair proportions" in the Carlisle
, fferatireini "Expositor of ary 5, 4 540: .
retilly.danuot afford to,publish 413 e
- orneotien at the visk of being 'taunted
• ; ,
ABoustoN. , ....Ort-Sat-
Itrdny a ft ernoott last, the Locofoeo Office
tieldere and others of their party; enjoyed,
skiii'fh,lreat in asetalieeeh from
qP g.l; 4 4l ' , " 4l ".`gOiltielnan
. 04 color 1 'The
ripe - wife was di:live:red immediately in front
of # l #brl'*- 6 00, 0 :' 'OM those'. who Mut
tii igb°4: l : 6, r lll /! ;l #:'4air., , ailigiult : 0 4Y,
that theliiiithini; er sonilivas , praise` of
the,' rneieuree of A.dminietralion,,,partie l
ularly the Soh Treasury and bitter
denanciation J O(i e, °elf e lind Prac!ic
of Federaliatut *OOO,
Clelan b d declaim hat 'fiedbratista;` Whig
eryi ` Vie., tha t
many ' , Prowls - shreli'd l S!
ri/.1911 ,lhe,speeeh had' Peen; expressly , '
•-• • - - -
S. ROL A, Np, See).-
written for him by
,the,bii gulf or the party,
Captain 'Ramsey himself,,So etrong:a simi
larity- was there betweenthe sentimenti
and la nguege_oLth ese-two-wort
long the - giintleman would have continued
to edify his ipparently delighted audience
we are unable' tik.say, had net some of hxs
.Bable brethren, indignant at 'the dispesition
evinced by Henry to amalgamate• with
White folks, fdrciblYconveyed him from
the field: We hope the locos mill now
cease prating about Abolition, Amalgama :t
don, &c. &c. . • •
(c We• decline . ptibliehing the comma;
nic.?tion of "SNIP," canvassing the claims
• nd gualification's of'Squire BELL, the le
cofoto candidate fel. Coroner. We deem
the 'Squire rather too small an affair to be
'made the subject of , a newspaper notice.
'ln the -event-of liiselec . tron' he will answer
as well as any otherto hold, an knqUestupoit
the deal body' of locofocoism. - -
tol. U. M. 4Fohnspia;
Volunteer_ last--week- -pub-
Halted what purported to be remarks of Col.
Johnson nta4mblie meeting in-Ohio.• We
calk attention to the annexed correspondence
on the subject 'of theeeremarka.• It will be
seen that when • brought direcilk:rci" The
point, Col. Johns e on declares Gen. [fedi
son. to have ;been a " BRAVE". and•ible
commander.-. Any man who says leas of
him; •eontraqicis history; and lies in the_ face
of thousands of recorded facts.•• - While on
this subject - we - rill remark, jitr - fei•ence to
the Caoolintst correspondence. of , lBl-8-and
1825, that it was the i!
. emanation- of a Min
spirits. , In 1825 • CROOHAN cut Iris throat
W 1010 .laboring `under...tin : attack • .(if mania
potu. It was shoitly before this sad oceur- :
Vence we believe thaChe wiotetoGeneral
Harrison. Who can wonder at the style
and character of
: his letters; with a. gnowl
edge of these filets
From the Cincinnati nepitblieart
.COL AOIIIII.S . 41 . Chillicothe.
'-Wo'expressed the' othc day our strong convictions
that Col. John's:3m could VW., have: - been . correctly re
ported in the speech. at: 'Chillicothe, which was - con- -
wined in the Chillicothe Advertiser of the 9tH inst.,
and in proof of our having just-groundi for-thus-be
lief, we arc. gratificd'in the.opportunitrof spreading
the following correspondeUce before our readers. •
His well known-in Kentucky, an well 'lO in this
State, that Major Carneal is proliably on terms- of
greater intum.rey with both General Harrison and
Col. Johnson than any individual in the, 'West -His
conduct in o:o'6lld:wing corrqpondence adds to the
claims which his services as a Quarter Master-under
General Harrison in 1812,and. as a Senator of Ken
tucky, give him to public respect: • •
DEceitirtaTl, 24th August, 18:10.
. . .
Dear Sir--It was my object. if practicable, in ad
dressing,the enclosed, letter to Dol.Jolinsen e to•pre.
vent any unpleasant fe6lings, between two gallant.
officers of the late war ; who.from,my - own - persocat
knowledge etertained aligh respect for each other.
I am more than gratified to find I have not been tin
' successfulln the attempt. Without comm 'eating
with either of these gentlemen, I take upon myself
the responsibility of authorizing you,to .publish the
COL. C. S. TODD
CINCINNATI, Aug. 24th, 1840,
CiN.AV,. H. lisiutisox
.. . .
ir7-Immettiately-after-reading the substaime
of u.speech,.said to he intide by Col. It. M. Johnsoii,
at Chillicothe, I addressed a letter to him, a copy of
which is furnished.' On yestin.day, I received his an
swer, whiCh with pleasure I enclose.to you.
I view it as putting to rest now; and forever the foul
L s r anders - thatinivcrbeet - anat - nnw - are - cifailiitiiiKii.,
gainst you, us regards your conduct in the diirisive
and gloaiutts battle of the 'fluidics, and my judg,
mentleaves no good grounds for controversy_or
pleasant•feelinga between two brave officers of that,
CINCINNATi, Aug. 24, 1840. .
f hafe'reiVirthe cbrrelipinidenie betiveen wni self
and Col. Johnson, rehitive to him at Chillicothe.--
From the perusal' of Col t Johnson's letter 1 ain.satia:;_
tied-that he intended the no injustice in the nipecli.
referred - tO,Airtliiitiiis - iiiiiiiialis and sentiments must
'awe been misrepresented... Thanking you for the
Merest you hare inanifestedinAltis Matter-4 return
he Correspondence. - 1
W. 11. HARRISON.
T. D. CAnNEnt.
CiriFiNNATl;A:tip,% . -12 ; 1049
MY DEAR COLONiI.
• - I enclose youe.speech as published in the ChiHl
°mile Advert.ser. The reporter of your speech, so
far - fis• Yowspeak of-General - Harrison, has surely
misconceived. you. I not only so think, but have so
said. An inference may 'bei liiirly drawn;tliat you
arc not only in deubtAis.regarded his.ceurage i but
•that'yon liadibut bale respect for hiMain, command
ing General. My personal regard for you, induces
me' alone:to.-,coll - your iittentibn to- the subject; and
fiiiiiiiili you an opportunityll correcting what I ( . :qii-.
Ceive to be an erroneous and garbled report:of 'what
-you did say inChillicothe on.the Utrilust. ~• • • •
From' the enclosed remarks of Co!. C. S. Todd,
yoU will at once discover that'you take' issue and
widely differ.' if - consistent •With your feelings, fur
nish me. with your, views on the .subjeet.• They will
be publisheod or notas you desire. • • .• •
_,• ' • Truly, yOur.friend, _.,_ _. _
- -*,::7'-• - : - - 'V. 1.); CAIMEAti.•
Col. 7i. M. Johnson,; V. P. • • . .":
• . antfield,olilo...' ':.:. , ..... ~:.
. ~ . . . .
• • Blatterimm, Amnial. 184.1 1840.
Mi. DEA* Sin :H I VOur favorjißS been received, in
which you observe, that by my reported speech ' s,/
infermicoluity be drawn that I , am not mil,y in doubt
als,re,;artla the courage of Gen. Ilarrisok„but_gukti_
iiraj. I am' happv to,haite_this_opportunity,ofiri
forndur 'you-that ,dariiirsiiriteTviee-falth-Generid-
Ifarris,on had rause4o-dotibt-his-courage,,-hut
w—iiirder. him 'it brave man and I have_ alssagg
pressed myseT to that effecl:4itor . have I ever disaft.,
proved or cetfored any of his measures he command. ,
tag • Generaliri the pursuit of Praetor, or in the battle
die Thapire,r , every, thing / saw; met: entire
atrObagon, and have,.tiesi'y apokea it it in iskp
ot rternis. iipeakine.of the Mottle:of to Thamesi
and thsPart actedly,itny , regitneut,,l did Mt , iiitesut
tqinerease the merit of that regiment, Or tO . :tlittiinibll
the Merit elaimed by, othersoliuch less did I intend
to imply that Gen. Harrison, Or Gov. Shelby,ctr-uny,
officer attachg4d to tha.army, avoided duty or danger.
Each , ihad his part to ad. andLshould. feel myself' '
m0017;1041 to suppose; that. they did tiM.pertipm,
their titytharless.ortlanzer,-.-nor have 1 ever *doubt
ed; that these :galbucollicers were 1 - Taoist:lV' where
duty - Oiled. them._ ".I., , ogret i
that n' Stich
'Where ottr. Oufitry, waaraletorious, that thrye
becikeoutofersy -about the merit duo to•the , aCtora in
thatiuttne..'l.ol4lro the snout
Soldier, wtio - perfortoeil his duty' DO 'thßt ,i3cestatehi:
ealthly.Consideridlon eieO , inducer mth,
kriaithisly to do jnjustivi to the commanding 'offiner4
GoVertior Shelby, or any other officer in,' thatirmy.
have. tarns confined myself to Boast remarks? not
Yours, resOectfully, •
Truly, your friend,
Repolved t. ThaCgoverned gy, no 'other
1 motive than that of Tesuseitating our_ fallen .
cOuritry, we will not loavo atiY thing undone
which can , be,lionorahly ,done i to .pro Cure
the election. of WILLLI23I IL
.90 . 1174 4 ;-- . 101111. ' - TYLER, - To - _ - tlid"-offies
of-IffeSident-and Vice - PrtsidenVo - f6e IT
St4tor---- that' the pros
pe • the _ country depends upon their
SiO/O,sti v Thaf theae. proceedings be
published - In. Ms :different. Whig papers in
the county:. • - • .
• ANDREW FRAZIER, 06.
,CUmberlapd, Md., .dug. 11, 1940.
' .MR. PDfrOlil:r mutt - riait , inform, you
thut there la iLcompletejeforination in oltl
Allegany. ' Last;-night, there 'viaa•tikanty
,tho spoils paciy;,and . jaine . 4,the
Tipfiecanne Club. Antang!.Wholn was an!
.019ce , hohler. Cfayernor Griyaon7B 11)..
ininiing, :awl ; two sons•'of another:oalee
Mr..l) lo 9bAr. Lneofoeo - eanilidate fOr
flit "genate 644 it4liiiedi Otillins as- hiq Char
in what particular fact, injuStice is seppoid
tO,'have 'heetr done - tO:te9..Harriion, :alionld • bp'
glad ,toicnow, is iikadi
non'_ en - ey.'
ac sas atritty.OWn pe.raonal, knoWledgc. _
and. What I understood' from ethers, and net 'to ten
sure or criminate, but to state the 'truth as far as
know'or believe the facts. I expect to be in your
City on Sunday;.. the 23d, on my : way home, and I
,shal be happy to see .You. • s."
.11f.s.t.'.Tho. Lt. • CAIINEAL. . •
11 7 .:big,Coilniy Convention.
'Pursuant, to the Notiee of the Standing
Committee, the Whig. Delegates from -the
different borough's . and tewnships of Cum
berland county, met in the County Hall,
Carlisle, on Tuesday thefirst of September.
The Conventiou _Was organize& by ap
pointing ANDREW FRAZER, of Ship
pensilurg tp . . Chairman; and Major SAMUEL,
Gairts, of South Middleton, Secretary:
, The following delegates presented their
credentials, and took their seats
• ./2//en , Daniel Haymaker, Captain
Andrew Fertenbaugh. . , .
Carlisle—S. Dunlap Adairjames loiTer.
Diekinson-111. P.-Ege, Adam Coover.
East Pennsborough—Geo. Sherboorne,
Prankford—Abraham Buwman, Henry
Monroe7-7Stuart.MeGowan, 3. Houser..
• Afifilin—Jolui Rrown, Henry Knettle.
• Meehailicsburg—Le . wis Zearing, Adam
New Tumberletrui-Sam. 7. Williams,
. A r etvvi ll e—Lawrenee H. Randall, Jaineizi
Widner. ' - . • -
North . -Cameron,'
- William M.
_1 Newton-Samuel' Wild, - Samuel-Piper.
Shi:ppenibtergc-•-Milliain MeClure, Jos.
, Shfpperiebitrg7TOWifshiji - 4; Fraiier,
- Josiah H. Rlutn • .
SoiithOmjitoti—Preo. W. limeS,
Sotitlalifigdlefeir- --- --MajerSainuel Givin,
amuel-.McAlpine. ...- -. : - . •" . •
- ' 'Silver Spring—Jacob. Miller,' Satiiier
Culbertson. - • • '' • •- -
rnst. Pennsborotigh---George . : Zinti,
JoIllOaul; -- 7 ------ : --- 1 -. '•' •-- --- 7 -.--
- On motion, the Convention proceeded,t9
ballot fo - candidates for the different:lA
ces.,- when the following gentlemen, having
received a majority of all-the votes present,,
were declared to be duly. nonoinatml,:-! . ,
:-, '7. '' - ' •
• - - .. .7... 77 ss,may,
Benjamin Beynolibi,(Siiiiiinu.rg .
Dr. - Jsfieob Weaver, - (Mechan'burg,
..• • • -Cismniiisioner'; •-- . .
George *Brindle - (monoe.) -.:
• -- Director of • Ac. Poor,
David Ifulz l ,(North Middleton.) • • .
• - • '-- . . .dialitor, . - •
Robert' Laird, • ,(Fithlkford.).; - • -
, , ...,,
• Coroner,. . •
Jacob Bretz, (Carlisle.). - ..
On motion, Captain-Joux-I-L WHAVERi
MICHAEL G. ECM, and THOMAS IL UftlE,
were appointed' Congressional Conferees,
to confer with similorconferees front Perry
and Juniata counties, at such time as may
be fixed upon'
,by them, as to a suitable
for Congress. ' .. . • .
~. _ . .
S. .thmlap Adair, Esq., Wm. M..Htht-•
derson; and Samuel Piper, were' appointed
a committee to . draft an address..
Illn motion, the following named gentler
me64ere appointed a tantling,COnarnitte . e_
fer the•ensuing year, to wit':-•-•
Nicholas Udell, Dr... Larae, •Lener,. Al
len ;• Dr. John*J.' Myers,. Wm. M. Porter,
Carlisle; . ,Jarnes Weakley, Wm. Gilleland,
- Dickinson --.----- Simon - Oyst - or - , 7 1 - a - Ciitißi t spp;
East Penn;borough';: Daniel . Lecky, David
Bloser, Frank ford - WM: W.-Boyd, Jacob
Hefilebowar, Hopewell; •Sainuel j i . Miller,
John Brandt, Monree4,_Sampel J. McCor,.
mack; Jacob Wagoner,. Mifflin ' • ': Robert
Wilsen, George Singizer, jr.; Meehanics
,Breneiirian, - LOweitt - Yoblig,
isle w..._CumberiOnd ; John Dunfee.,..lnseph:
McDarmond, Newville ; Thomas D. Urie,
Jacob : Hershey, NOW: Middleton ; liaac
, Koontz ,- Cliarles - Brewsteri•l\lewton;-Dairid
Mahom - ben.,,Robert Stuart, Shippensburg
borough ; John Raum, ENO Hough, Ship
pensburg ' toWnship ;40bert 5.•M - cenne i
Michael Ziegler, Southampton rPeter Mc-
Glaughlin, Isaac Cauffman, South', Middle
ton ;. Christian Caufman, John .Martin;
Silver Spring; Lewis 11.
Wtm G. Davidson, West'Pennsborough:'
The convetition.,_then adOpted . .the fel.
lowing resolutions : -
Resolved, •Thafihe people of this conj.
ty, - . ll aie;ropeatedlyrdisepproved'of,the nq;:
minetimk,of any . individual for the Office
Sheriff,_bnt .!.refer to_ make_ theirOwn--tie=
lectimi, and in obedienye - M.their, will we
decline making, any nOmioation for that: of:
.lice, trusting. that public ;Opinioe 'and 'the
friends Of the'volunleet candidates. will
meheajudieiouS choibe. •
Resolved, That disregarding all personal
feeling, employ every.honest_ and
available" effort:to secure, the'election bf our
nominated ticket. •
. . . .
. . ,
son. but. hels about to - remove to 'the. went;
1 - I.uz2a if old AIL N. , ,And„ put _her.
10" We commend
,tho follovving, article
from the MobilelAdvertiserrt‘theattention`
,of our readers. Every syllable of it' is true
ive, may add, that instead/of - slopping
the circulation' of ''Bank giv
ing the country more specie—ilia lying,
fhisving; hypocritiO4 imbecile administra
tion of MARTIN ;VAN , 'BORON, \ 'haS stopped
the circulation of 'nearly all :coi‘it among the
people, and•niade Rags" - and shay;
ing-shop shinplasters their . only entre/Icy.
Evon the National Treasury for three•years
past has issued Post Notes as 'a currency
—and there is NO AWO to the officer who
received gold frona'tlw goveintnent,
presnmes to :qtTer paper to •,the---citizeß."
The President and all his sOeers are guil,
ty of this swindling cOnduct i 'd'irEY • re
ceive TOO, pay outpost notes
and shinplasters "to the citizens,° - an - d the
Globe is silent, becauseit is 'benefited by the
huinbtigge - iy - or Deinocra - OY acid Hard Mon
HOW THE 'PEOPLE WERE IfthiBUGGED.--
if ever•a people were cetnpletely deceived,
and to all intents and ‘ perpdsea mostegregi,
ously humbugged. it .was the', people-'of
the United States.: For years they had
: and 'happy:* The labor
of the mechanic was well repaid ; the-pro
duce of the
,land• hero Ziatisfactory priee;-
and the commercial interests of,the country
Were well protected: In-short industry re
ceived its propel' • reward, end -high, lew,
,happy and contented.
The eturener - ofT-the - einliiiiy.,was . sound;
and a dollar •, in .Bottisiinia - was.a,elollar' in 1
„Maine:- a dollarin•New York: was-a.dollar,
id,Cngland, France aria even China. It I
- was a mixed currency of the-precious met
als and paper- 7 a currency which' was -de- -
stroyed •and which the Vines at this time
arc endeavoring.to restore - to the country; 1
For reasons satisfacteryjerOen...Jackson,Hl
it-was thought proper to, destroy this. cur-_ I I
rency, acid raise hpii -- its - Tuinse - " - a•better
cierrenc,i/;" and in 1829, when the c.ouptry 1 1
tv .. asLprosperous . and_ . _rapidly.
.tisingl . ..iitto'. l
peiWer and: greatness,', he-commenced his 1
attack upon the existing state of things -ht.'
these words :-l• . •_--:'•-* - -- • 1
- "The charter of. the Ufa of the 'United,
States dzpires in - 1836,andlits stockholders
Will prisbably apply for arrenewal of their 1
privileges: in 'order hi avoid the-evils , re-.!
1 snltini froin prdeipitancy in a
,measure in ,
velying such importeint-principleg and , stieli
deep pecuniary interests; I feel that l'-can
, not, - -in jitstice to the parties interested,_too
soot: present it to the consideration ,of. the
legislature and the people. , Both the - con,
stitutionality and the expediency of the
law creating this bank are Well questioned.
1 by - a -- large :portion .of . ourlfellowroitizetis,
and it must be admitted ball that it •has
failed in the-beat ad 'of establishing a
uniform aitel sound atirrency." . ' '
This' . was followedhp,; year after', year,.
Until the Bank. of the United States • was
- destroyed;andit -vacuum created to7b - e- - fit:
led up. by the:distiitglished General-and
transcendent financier ! : how was - it
filled? State banks -Pere multiplied, and
fostered by Government'. , The public
money, was depdsited.te their_ valilts, and
'so , successful was the first i cexperiment;"'
that General Jackson in his• message to
Congress in 1834,,u5ed these words :
- ."Happilyit is already illustrated that the
,of the United States),is not necessary to
the 'fiscal operations of-the - government.
The state banks are found - fully adequate
to the performance of all services__ which
were - required of the Bank of" the United
States, %life as promptly and with the same
cheapness. : They havc---maimalue-d--therii
-selvesand diseberged_allthess duties while
- the - Batik- of "the ,United States was still in'
the field as an open enemy; and it is . .not
possible to conceive!4 that,..the3r!-_wilL. find_
,greater difficulties in their operstiohs when
drat enemy shall cease to . exist." •-• " ' ' '
• In connezien.With the State banks, which
were to. be - depositories 'of the National
"treasure; the people were to be tl.oubled no
longer with . "bank rags," they:were pre
dated - a ." OOLD . AND. SILVER CURRENCY,"
and the minds of the people were. prepared
_enjoyment ',of_ the goldew7age e by
high-soUndineparagraphe from die govern-,
went organ, the Washington Globe, one'
'of which -we-copy:.,- '
.., •• ' • - 1 : ''' .
Erpna' W.,: Wiushiniton Globe of July 16, I ii 34 .-
'THU -- GOLD -- Ctittuustei.-_-_While_•eveix
part of_ America rejoices—wnk! every
heart not enslaved, by:the scrub-aristocraay .
of the paper system—While every inde
pendent an&patriotic.',eititen,•exults. in . the
.recdvery and4epteration t . of. 'the Iting-loit
•gold currency--the West,• and all western
citizens,- hate° the. ,deepest , :and - ;greatest_
cause: for piiiiiir,Oxiilliition',and-matilii,-,re-,
joking at ihis':.proPitintiii event. For, of!
;all'Aineriepi:ther - Westia;tt part Whiek'Peed:
--ed most, and will-profit most from the cit . -
Milatiod e1g01d...: ell apPily) - they - hbVe. , 1M t
few banks, in th4y'Vest. - The emigrant-li'
'reMovinglio , that great region will . all carry
- gold - ininiferette - TO -- efthersAti,er or paper,
-for-itis-lighter,-.-tiran T lsilver.---aotliae t7 th en --
- ceptacles and .reservoirs) : of ''gold ;,whititee
it will distributed to•the country through
the'gtivernment disbursements,through the
inilitasyythf isuryeying, and the Indian, de=
,partnientsiiind we to' the officer Who, ,hav
inUreeeived: gold:.4ffem the .gevertitnent,
sholf,- . preohme , or dare t . o, offer paper' tothe
'soldiertior eitOens,' l ,,:,..Thetta'g . realaircorn,
egoicrioiltflow•. - up.the.,*BB 8821:411r0-i
.New Oilednst arVitiffa*its 4 , 1 eiiii,
'lke sreal:Wect:f'':Notilif erf_the - I,d , e6iii-.
.age of the,neWeeiernMents ef,fifle. addend
..South ATerida, - . .lieinßthirco,inwage'e • rebel
041).viii613q Ofin9;t:-.19::0.1'00'_.0p,04:i: O.
tiny :. of ~ her,•dopah Oneies,,,,and, therefore;
_coute,:tty the United States as its nein=
rid 'apktm3t, itippktitg ,
~--This; rVill,:fill ',the -
Weet.'%vith'dOnAdenits end„-Iteilf,imis ; •titi4
ifidiklit oritinsinaithis 6=iint7 . this uirtei•eyery
outiottoitiiic',oicizOri . *:111 -. IfivO.'-0',114-irillimiii•
purse, ff,e o p
interstices of "whiel
free from the pestilence- of ragged, filthy;
and counterfeit -notes. ; , Every eubstantial
man andcvery aubStantial,ntan'ti-wife and miiit travel upob goV. ~ithe sa
tellites of the bank alone, to show their
servile subjection to their liege mimarefi,
will repine at the - loss of paper:"-
A few "Benton mint drop", were scat
tered abroad through' die 'land to -give the
people a taste of
.that -which r they were
promised, their- fill of. Thus'ivith State
banks 'ad treasurers of the nation, and gold
the circulating Meditina,- the.pooplb-:Were
be hiessed. • .But the seeds of*. destriteliOn•
were yithin the system, and. while the out
ifide 'was fair everything went 0n..,We1l
the Worm.had - not Yet pierced thelind, and •
the.rOttetiness of the inside . _ was still •unex
poscil. Until- the 4th of March, 1837,
-the .systeni appearedio_work-to-admiration,,
: and General - Jackson, in'retiring from the
,c(ares,:of' state to the silent .. shades of die
flerinitage was forced to_
At • the moment when . l surrender my
ous and happy." . -
. . ~
- :Viartin N__lf.uan ren- took - the - reigns — of
government; pledged to " follow in the
footsteps of his illustrious predecessor;"'
and .to carry -put .that .system General Jack-,
son hhd so gloriously commenced. Alas !,
"A chan g e came o'er tlxif spirit of the
_The . whole system exploded k worm
pierced,lhe .rind, and' the seemingly fair
fruit fieeame amass of. '• • •
-Dutit and bitter ashes'.!'
l'he.cnirency is destroyed,.confidence-am)
.received 4 blow from which it
can scar4.lY'recover and -worse - than aIF,
the . --.ivery= rnen -who.lwought,this,:•state'Of
and still cry out "GOLD, GOLD; GOLD;"
"HARD CURRENCY," hoping again to (lc
earn the people - by their - glittering hum ,
. 1 .- • . •
I . ,The - -Whigb, under Herrlicon and Tyleti
mre_,endeavorini to return to tllO ' ( good old
paths:'? They present no humbugs to lead
the people astray; they wish to restore the
eountry_toits fOrnier-proiperity end - former_
• g reatn e goi :in ea su les
which experiencehas proved to be the lfest,
people-are true fp:thorned - yes,
ther . will Niue off vletoriotA, — ,; „_- •-'
Ifoi. Mc . Het;ald .E...rpoBilo.
' The last "Volunteer" hr hying toliarry the PrQc
itnation of James Lumberton and William: Ramsey
For illuminating tho_lioutnis fti Cat•lisle,_ in_ 1819, to
Itenor of Harrison's Victory,- puts forth thefollowingir
'Who now think you hung their lionseu in
I and shrunk into darkness and 'obscurity at the time of
•the , patriotic rejoicingf• Why the , very .siime men of
the old federalrpirty who*at this late slay arrogate to
themseiiiii the haute of Democrats ! Jamoi - lltitican,
the leader of the federal party, refused to illuminate
and kept his house in darkness; the -.Maims—the
- Postlethwaites, and others of the, federal party, did
The Hyena iti'be the 'filthiet beast of the
brute creation; because it violates' the 'graves of the
dend to find its nauseous food:. lire men here named
have all been consigned to the . tomb ; anti-Most or
Ahern long since. •But ffeit does not . gkeAhe.oniyug
Iv feature to theliliel. 'flint fitiy Duncan 'should ye
fusOo illuminate his house, or. to do any other act,
under the authority of one of the signers of the proc
lamation, may be true, and not very remarkable: But
how was it as to the others mimed Col. Ephraim
Blaine died in 1804; he left-two: sons,—James, who
removed to Payette county in. 1807, and Robert, who
residctiet--the CAWtut - dtd7norvni
until 1817. Col. danmel PostlethWaite died in 1809;
his family - lied all previously removed 40-other parts
of thecoinitry.-- No one of the unities or the Pestle ,
thwititeti resided in Carlisle at all-in 181.9. • •
here their is a base libel of the venerable dead, so
notoriously false,''that almost- the slightest inquiry
would have etiabled,the writer to-know_the- truth.—.-
Even if the facts.were true, they-would not answer the
purpose for which they 'are oiled.:. The deseenthints
and friends of these men have' no cause to blush for
their patriotism. The libel, then, is false; it is use
less, (even to the. writer;) it in upon the dead; it is a
!igliant. It is not Said to be a • coMmunieution t . it is
_ eilitd r i t t lFitis - the - edllor t s - own: -- It - partakeirliirgery
of the Hyentiviltaracter. • •• -
(From the Charle`Efen &wirier of . Thigtly last.)
preadful News From iFlokida
Indian .1(.e . ,.y Destroyed', And the
.:Again beco mes .our - Melancholy
to recordthe bold blooded - blitchery of men,
T women 'laid- children; ,by the -- sanguiti`art
,SeMinoles. Again- has the :treacherous
savages bathed their fomithawks and _scalp
ing Itnives hilt deep in hutuati,blood, burn
ing !Muses and .destroying, property, and_
been. .allowed deliberately to. retire in" se--
curity: ti, 'theirilastneases, to' prepare' for
another attack on tho defenceless inhabitaPta
'of Florida, whenever a favorable_ Upportn
pity Shalt:offer; These scenes may, and
probably willAe.reiterated time Mid 'again,
unless some• more' in ergiti !item res pre
adapted to drive - their - 0 frontlie Territory,
or the_inhabitants. nee from, their , *homes
. puted. possession..
fhe intelligence of this most dis'astrpus
occurrence • was
,'• brought to this'iiort, by
Capt.. Kenyon,: of:the. .
rived' at • Qearantine . .yesterd'ay,-.frem Key
West.: He • states that.a,..n'reckinr yesseli
arrind at • Key . _ West c .froltelitur r irey,
7th inet.',Wktit'.a' W
few of Airrvivorc.whp '
~ that:.,al.3iumbersi pf Indians-in their
danues,.attackedintlian - K;y - ,'On - the, night
of, the i:kilt.and after. inurderingipiirt
, the: inhabitant s;. arid -111 , 1ing. 'their canoes
`witti.,pl.notieKburet'the . '„wbcat.,settleinetit,
consisting ,of about 30 honsesi:dwellingS_
and. stores. T t he ,Indians - ; . remained until
TRfen th - e - felloaftet jeff
:durfrig . this•timw under a wharf, and
leftiminediately:sfter!,the Indians departed,
for KiitYVVesi,, Our inforMant not Navin
:eon vefeed; with. ~efif or -the surviiors, is
unable:4p. gi Ml' a' more detaileir , secoUnt„
It'Wes!'stated Key.. West,: that: tipioti.two
or.,three : aof?:time`inhabitants at Indian Key
htul - madelbeit'peapin 414
Ithe immediate vicinity. ,
Uttitaaro`r. Sassott.-4 . trasis se7lsowof .thoj
', , sdien:Colds'attd.,Couglis are contracted to a -.gi•eattiv
dogma:llolo4d than steatty period: of the ,
predispose .; sydietoi' to '• Boristpti pdetti, whial,. the
approatitiog season' is wolf ealeatiated to ing oder:
1 here !is oo greater 80994.4 *wiliest rats 9 ., of
diesesoroplaint,s thatt_a_pOre !Milt / 6 0,
healthy and :Sigtiroiiit action ot all the ttettstis of
nature; ,and to
,secure edstaetliettiO inOre they-.
°uglily ealeidettki thke , -.l44.ltittErs's VEOBT:t
•_U1 . 1 . /TIF.MAILKits;: , r -r , ;- •
Plus fame vf thisittedielpg extteitlaititiiatgittoottite,:
Carlisle Female Seminary..
THE'• branblu of :this_ School.. under The
care of the subscriber*ill reopen on Monday,
September 14th, in a suit of rooms in the basement
of the , M. E. Church, contiguoui to the school roam,
which -will be:large and airy, Will be an extensive
room for exercise;---all. of which, with the pounds'
-c onnected7xvith — th - CyF,WoiTerjoirig. repairs
improvements, With a reference to conienieuce,
antness and health .— Entrance Oil High Street.
By a recent arrangement-orthelrrustecs i the school'
will belnijirefully supplied - With - apparatus - for Blow
tration,.the coming quarter, than heretofore. • < '
1 For further-and-more particular informatida as to
the diameter and objects of her school, the subsCrib
er has. been kindly
_pdemitted - lo make -refeeenct: to
the following:geklemen f==llev. FresiTerit Durbin
and the 'other members of the Faculty of Dickinson
Wan: M. Biddle Esq., of Carlisle; Rev.
Th. C. Thornton, Rev.' G; G. Cookomp;ltev: ttob
ert.Einory, arid.R4v. H. Slicer of the lialtimore COll.
forencet Professor Thomas Sewall, of 'Woihiniton
City, .D. and John. Zug, Esq.,of Baltimore.
,• • ' - , , 11. I: , STEVENS:"
. • 70ing of,Tuition.
• Common English Studies, as Geography, ID tory,
Grammar, Arithmetic, OFthography, Reading• and
Writ ing---pe:r :quarter, $5,60;,- These, neoeinpanied
with Rhetoric,-Algebra or Natural PhiloitMliy, with'
• Eiiglish Composition,4l,s9r Botany; n
Vegetable Physiology, Vbeiniatry, Astronomy, Men
tal' or Moral Philosophy, $lO,OO : , ”-histruction in
SpaniSli,, Latin, Drawing, Painting or Perspective,
_wiitin wave .an. extra-charge-of-1;2,50 ni
beanch of the school, lessons :are given. in Music by'
teiicher,for, an ex- '
• rf-Turnox id (hi:3 - 119111km( • 111 AD,
VANCE, and.no deduction is math
-in case of sickness.
carli SePt.l 2,1840.---3 t
• . •
eubscriberi executors of ,the .
will and . test intent'of Daniel Shireipan, Wen:hitt;
-of. Allen township; •Ciiniberland coiiiitY, deceased,
will ex eto public sale, the following real estate,
on •theitcenlisesi-ini-Saturday thed - itirilarof - Ocather
licit, tit- 1-'2o'cl ock noon, in S hiri nanstowu Guinher..
land County, 5 Utiles welt of Harrishu
ilk Porn of I,7xdellent .Liniestorie,
land, cbiitLi,iipn aliout EIGHTY - ACRES, haring
thereon le'recteifit Two Story ) ) welling Muse and
double Log Barn,-and other out - lionse,sradjoiniiig
lands of Jacob-Merkel., Jacob Shopp; Dfui(l-Shopp,
aof the lots of Shiremanstown, •
alavero stand , -01 Sliite-
. .. , ~ .
ManstoWn, contd . ' 4 4 acres and 131 lierclies of first
Tate laud, whereon is erected. a large. Two Story
Mouse, double Log . Barn . ,, Slaughter-. floifie,Ailieds
and other outbuildings.
.' .. : . . _ ... ..
Also, 'a I.'wo — Story House' and
int - of ground - in - Shiremanstown, containing about,
63 feet Wont, and 103 feet dcep,-with ii" Blacksmith
Shop thereon erecteil, and it well -of good water: . ..
Also, Four LotS-in.Siliremans
lown;two-m) Main street, 50 feet from and thattleep,
and two on Second street, 50 feet front and '2oo' deep
eueli. , \
.a Tivo ..",9tory.fro4se and .
lot of groundFon-the,nortli - side - or - Main street in
Iriretnalistonto,Clilitaiiiing 53 fe4 in front mid WI
feet deep witha 'B&W. •
Also; '"a - Two- Story ,Ilotise, arid
lot of ground on the north side of Main street in
Shiremanstown, containing about 50 feet in front and
.200 feet deep, with it stable.- -
Alsp ; Siciey.llOuse and
lot of ground, in the horongliof keeltaniesbtirr o sitit:
ate on Locust street ; containing 80_ feet in front:and
abotii.VAXl feet deep: -• ' ''•
Attendance will be given anti terms of Sale 'made'
known 'on the-day of sale' by
- GBORGE jutt.l • B
Sept.. 2, 1840.=-tiii.
. I.l'. B. The house mid lot in Mecl;attiesiltiretilill
be sold on the premises, on said day,precisely at
19 O'clock in the forenoon,
ollerche Lancaster Foulk's Friend, (german paper,)
this office. , .
BY virtue of an order of the - Orphans Court, of
JUll Cumberland County, the following era! estate, ,
late 'the property of Henry Zhninerman;'decoaSed,
will' be sold, on the' premises, on Saturday the_Sist
day of Octebee ut 12 o'clock, noon ofthat day,
- - - .
All that obrtain-,f)lantation m
tract - of land?alluate itrEast Petumborougli - tocinsbili
Cumberland county, albt'esaid; bounded by'lantle.o
John Bolts, Murtm Renninger,.leaao Lonvieckei
' One — .
gundied and 'Fifty acres•p::
more, or lesi-i-aboutone hundred 'acres of which is
cleared'. land, and the yesidue well timbered. The
improvements are a . • ,
Tieio‘ Story ..cpg,
• •• .
a double bog Barn and other out :builtliags. There
is a small stream of excellent - water ruminig.near the
house; and also a good Spring. There is wfirst rare
iiplo'orchard tiff 'the premises, and other: friii't tree:s;.
l'he, tennis of cale -are . as follows:, kwo hundred
dollart 'to be paid on the confirmation of the We-.
pia: third 4he pureliadc. money, to-remain in theilandi.
the interest WherOor is - to be paid: yearly mid. eiliry .
_year- t o -the iltditigriter,lifbiainiliiteire6r-tb
cOniinenee Ist of April next; amid the principal. at lice
death to and arriong tho.heirs.and. representatives of
the said lietiry'Ziaimerman.. The residue Of the.
purchase money - on the'said Ist of April next, when
possession w ilk .be. given, and Oatil. which . that: 'die .
rent id: reserved.. • Said ; payments to - be, sedured by'
recognizances in the Orphans Court. .
" - Vrust.ine:
.• , ,
.2i - .
.•: • . •
Will he exposed to Public Sale,- it the residence
of _the'..suhscriberi- in Newyille, on . Wednesday 'the
quo day of , yeptendier - inS4a vurietrot • •
U` 1 TAT .
1 . , . etatsiating ofjthefollowlag artieleif,-viz:;*------,
7 1aurertiorit Tialtite - oiS_WL, I 77 . ---
(Hairs,. Stands ;•. - Stoye and Pipai.
CUnking .utensil#3 4 4l, - SleiiPh• ,'.
V & 'Ho "
.:,. ' ~:,o w • .- gs, -. ,
td g et i terwith.a grent varkty 'Of .tit lair artiele'd, not
accessary to Haute. Sale to conanetice itt l) o'clo k is,
A. M., a nd a liberal credit given.
' 'ziAlsOs ou the Elßine 4 4, will iie oared ltit.."01?; ilk' ,
7•: - . ,•• -;',
'House, and . .ttl: .
occupied by tlie.6ubsctiberi. antl,o9lol c0,d,,,m i be, .
ria" ititri atitiktli e s st of(ipril itest . . , ,i3a,:ail*lai, •
Inialeltijou: , ” it tla(da., itc;taiN,l.T . ',, '.- -- ..
• , ~.. •• , ' ,' 'IV , 1:k. r:AIOS90 411 -4- , rJ.L'. ' 1
40."-ri ' tli; '', • ‘ 1 „
-‘t, - , , f ,- _ ' ',-,...' .r.. ,- .:•' - ';'-'. •
kubscri iII 'i)leits6 pretient trielp, , for:. :selflerAt j t.
A t etw6,ol Npv,tanbor' pext, • ;:,
Septeintio.V . ,, 1.8404
4 , -
th e -- soldattest the
genetiit tniecess which attend their use, ' • .;
-Itetitenttl e t, F illes o - Pilis7are , tiot-sold-gettuineLitt-ttoy.
Drug StorO'Oithei. hi the city or cotintr
• • •
tliem "in earns e, of (;moo V. llrrrizo,
or (if agepta poblialiqd iu atiolleir part of this paper...
/ . .
Oi - •
Vt Thursday, last,..by, the Rev. •Ileniy
Aurand, Mr. LEWIS' Roinvsox, to, Mrs.
SO,HIA,DUNCAN, all of Allis place.
,70n the 25th inst. : by the Rev: J;. Ulrich,
Mr. JOHN W. DUElti to Miss ELIZABETH
E9BLES, all of 'Silver Spring townshipa
s' On the 27th 'inst., by the same, Mr.
GEORGE FISHER,Miss MARX •Bninnn
all of South Midleton .town ship, •'-
... • , ,
-• .: - REPORT, -, • • ,
Of dig Viiftors "appoinfed to visit and report the cdi*„.:. :
— ilition . 9f-the-roor-Howmand e of em loyment ...
of Cninberland county, Made agreea ,y to usage - to •
. • the Court of Quarter sessions at its 'session in Au
wist, 1840,'ati allows ; via:._ .
ft rof,/relio:iliiictitiWtiiq Vialgelfof the. Court of War
.' ter Seeeionetof Cumbeiland County; , Penua. •
We the undersigned, appointed, by sold Court, as
visitors to the Pont.. House and Houte of , employinent
of said county ; respectfully make• 6:6 following. i.e.
port': that we briVe+llliliiiihargt - of the duly assigned
us, frerytiently iikiteil &TN institution ih the last year,
and have Adeueure in saying thiit we alivays found
every thing in
,order and good condition,- thatthe in
,91 the 'establishment appearOd Who well treat-
iiiif, , comfortable and eoideided-,we beard no tbrire .
plainti from any one, the attentive steward gave mi .
every facility and information we could '‘vitili tor eon. ;
corning his elrarge. WeArink fro does-his duty well
so far us-hois toneerned.
.. - .
. ~ ': . • . • GEO. D. FOULK, •
• • .. JOHN. HAYS ;
. . - C..II.IACFAIi LAND(' ' •
Atigutt 10, HW- . • . '-', ' .• . '
Famberiand Fount.,;tia:' • ' : ' -
.I'. ' • Si , Willis Potilk; CleA of the - . Coulq
, --- :. .., tit quarter Session, do . he'reby • certify
_ . ( (list tl I . ' '''' ' - . l' or i
+'=` . ,
.. .i.. le a 101 e is a true copy 01 'l. ie.ori
:•'=.: :. . . gins( - olifile hi my. - idlice:' , Cirela under.
. my liniul and seal .of office this fMili - day,
• - • ' ' of AugiAt, 184tY.:
(ie.undersigneo.-will ex-pose -to . - public
safe, the premises, on, Thursday the tat day
of Oetohfr next, at 11 'o'clock in the forenoon;
'a tract of part Limestone anti
payt Slate Land, •
situate in, Noll.li Middleton - township, Comberlandt
county, bounded by the .ClOnhodugninct creek, hilithe
of nosy Can - Merton, Abraham Larulleftoiaileklmoir
heirs and , others, Containing • " . _
. . .
Two leundred_thlirty-iiimitt „
rlcies and twenty-seven Pettliego . .
strict mektares - having - thereon. iireard a ' T W 0 •
STOIW-41OUSE-Ole- 13Eluti - AND STONE,
Fiume me it a 2t and..,s7able,
There is a I. , ,wei- iltiliyg,stwi pg.; pp th,g,itretitises,
mial — i(gdoil" . Well iii bitter with, a: ptilllff. About
eighty acres_ ?II this - faiiit IS cottred with young
tbriving tinil;er. ...• -. ,
• ~ • .
. half of the pnrelinse money to be paid on the,
_confirmation' of the stile, arni the balance in three
equal annual paxments thereafter, to, be settired. by
recogi4linces ill. the Orphans Court with approved .
arotrily. The ge;itiv growinp on tilt preiniaed of the '
tiiiieoi-snle to go to the "Purchaser, eXeeptithe tenants'
share thereor;whieli expreasly r, served to him.
lioxxession will be Ilebvered on the Ist' day of
, April, next, or, ir the Iniveliaser should • preer it,.he --
with, the letans of sale, bubjeet to the balance - ,ot•the• • •
Tregont_tcnant;:wlttprlf-willzoxvilir,entirtlfe'lst- - 01 L Aiiiie" --
nerxt. • . •
• - - - JOSEPH. SIIII.OIII, jr,
Carlisle, September 2,1840.--..-tas. •
0-", r ThElLinittniter'Exurnincr, Lebanon Courier?.
and' York Ittplablican 'trill publish tile (ra ) + 'of &An,•
and forward bills to this office for collection. •
TATILL•b• exposed to public sale, 011 premises,
. 7 bj 1111 . 0Pder aptriz, orphimss.;ourt . opeinnbev--
'land (Jot/litl, on Snttledray tlitt..3(otforofo6tobei.:peki,
n the 6,1104 , ing, described proptil.,
gat •TracZ. - of Fir.4l Rate
U.Ia;PAZIPa.(OSita.Ut 411 . 1.11)
shade In Dickinson' townbliiii, 0111;606d 'coniity;.
adjoining lands of Wm. Moom.is
and odicr land -of John' * Galticaitleir
FIFTY FIVE ACRES,
witli.a good Dwell Mg •Ilutise and Double Logi%Stable
titereon erected. -Thereat-L.:l:w° fine springs et Iva
ter and a, large apple on the pretniies.-- About
t wenty acres of the land is covered witirprime timber,. ,
and the .residue is'under' good fence and eultivatioo.-
The property ofrered, for sale is, the '-north end '
the Simi .01 d °ha Galbraith. dee'd.; mid is, equal hr
to any farm iu the.eounty.
to be paid on'the 'lst 18.11, Whey possessiom
w ill be - g yeti,and the residue in two timmal•paijanenttr •
without Interest. • .
- • • 'JAMES'WOODBUILN-,.
Guitrd inns of the children of Johil Galbraith; delft!.
September 2, 1141./.,--tds
. . ,
.. . ..,
S hereby given fliat - thelnirtpership that exiated
uieleiiibton Rini Archibald BriCk-' .
el'o l likt• thy firm of Diiiidboil & ljliciiet,iii_the..bu,_.
sitiarofiiiiiiiriTkiiil - itiTr — Tly 5i,, , ,.it Newvilte,Citniber
:land Co.]'a., has been dissolved. The said diusiqessp
.will in-future bee;trehab , eh lir SFehdifitit treiadi,;....
for his owiinseravute - al -- • 0 ' .
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. ' ' SA.SWEL'DAVIDSON; • , •
A 1tP . 1113.t . 11..11 BRICKERt•
Newvill c., August - 22, 1840.-3t."' . ..
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niy bed. and: I - r!ar(j'.9c;.Nontlfiy.'---
the . ni3l.wife .Mett,•
without jußt . cotoe or. proviDeution r -7 . A1l
liereby warned agninit. trusting Iler o 2 my account ;
tudiAnydeterinitted to link tio'..tielits of her coiltrneting,- . -: :
JACOB METZ - ;
Septemlcr 2; 1 840:!
sobsedber.baving become ;igent for
the above Line of 'Freight Cat•„% - yould restieet:- -
fully.inforni the publie, that - he is midi: Unt throes'
to forward lumber &d.-to air tibittetrihjig the eurn6 -
herland Vallei or Franklin
.Itail Roads,- -
Orders addressed as aben'e,,will meet-with prompt'.
JAMES . CREN'lll,:Agetit:
Atigust - 26;9840:---3t '
• Zhilr 4 •.. •
t i laiitlia of Thomas cruiptheto
". - tfattle - , -- treioscedits ticilowsr,:. •• ..
One Spreckled heifer, thotet tilyettrs 614.. one Red .
do. about - 2 years do; one Ilittek docabou t yearido;i:
cme-Ited Steer, about years.de;.one•Spotted
about I year do. No marks beseen. ,
The owner is ilesirtortcrecoriefiit4ard, prove pret-'-:` .
petty, pay. eltat:ges And take them away ;.*lietwiseo.
they tv.lrbe disposed of not ording.tklioe..-'
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,f Jatob rah's; c'etreaxed.-
T. Ett"vv.itS OF ADAIINISII'ItATION- on the eto" - ..:
It/lige of Jacob •Pahn, late oCW6t l'enntiborciAlF7- - ._ -
to miship, C;tiffiberlind ColuitV r ( 1 0 ,0 41,' Wire been:lA. , '
sued to the itahteriber.realdinint-inthl-tntansltip elkr-o-- • - Tr ,
tit,. is berm given, t o_, nil iliose iildehted tO -4 4 41 , '- . - ' , , t,,1
-ustaje-to-Inake ' nutnediatr-payment, and all :these'. -Jr ..1 77 .
Int mg -olafts-iiguipst: said' - estato - to - thetS;;% '7 - N. J -1,.' - ..- 1
preporly r nutheatinated i for- - settlentent. ---.. I' ~ ..0
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.11.1ointfix theinth (lay of .Ang4t, 11340 :1it'Pf6 , 7i,..-.. .!'•: . . ,1, , , %``'- .
li e hi,untl fbr Clim li ettnal,Couinty ; lfelbl'e theltint: , V4,l6 1 ,:. , ,e , ,,
8a tunotlleitintrn :Presideat, and -.John Stink Lind 4i, , '''"X . k
Jobn Lefever; instimlatn Jitlges_bythe *mei:Tr 0- I ,t . .:-'` 4%w! .1. - , 4 ,
,alAnetl &o. the follOtAikitrinamldiug awe r4i 3 it'iur, 4,;.,.....;
•,•teti. Augubt i R4o. .= Ilule,Oß alf the'arriti, lt heri.l
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