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:.liskitortonAtri MAIM, Editor,
51 1E
1 7 CgSDAY, NOVEMBIiat..4, 18.40
T ExEs T
IN CUMBERLAND courrri
The result of the• election -in our ow
- county halt fully realized-the- ; expectations
of the : 1-larriEon.. party, and. utterly con
.
foun - dedl the tocofocos.- Nobly.did the .
'Whigs of every district - acquit-themselves.
In , a" severe and ' arduOui*conte,st of ien
months', ilierneVcr once rela . xed ail effort,
•but went on steadily , with the
issue - has sltown'theitti
. aively that •in Clumberlaild
proper exertions,
.we can always beao"l - e
*cos,. I'. he glorions --- yictOry - we: have
' aehievdd, insfead of indUcing us to seek re
pnier Shad (leterminc•us to reneWed ac-
L ty,,.; Let us maintain our prgaent posi
t-1111 hazards anti at
- are:yet, with all our:labor; _but imperfeetly .
o. •
rganizt , ,tl—it will •require 'anotheryear of
- active .duty .to convert us into reg u lars J*
every. corps of the Whig . Regi-i
1.-;a4)—heep_,.exaet,tinte )
and move With.th - e 'perfection of tiffehhiery
,-.
Until shall he accomplished, we dare
•not with - Safety remit a single exertion ;
aft r' it. is done We - may repose Confi-..
of_ umber-.
•
la'' , of.one mind in this matter. 'Let
ti&, mina- t f i,.,wo
. , write. to • - otar; : 'friendS-!Alpifttl, without any
upon ;'Cum..
member thatotext rall, 'shalt beCalle-il
tlon
-tothe7pollSAO ehobsc a .Governor of the
State, ia place , Of Liaviii It Porter. - -That
z-oontest,AyA r be-.190-itle,Aess,, , imp ortailei;
than the oife . Axliich with -us has-juit . ter
' rithiatcd . :' We 'must redeem tho i state go
rernnient from corrupt hands, remove the,
bullies -- and blackguards whiFiku,llle Canal
Cornmialiorieridive - placed along our int
prot;ettients-,Land brillg the ancient • and
glUrious•Cotiliontiw'talili.of' Pennsylvania,
.as we haveendeavOretrto'bring the Union,
bad: to . first principles•atid . Sound ineasUrCb. -
-- I,Vhigs OUtitberiatrdi- you - - have" --clonn
Well--lint you diin,,and you will. do•better.
.IVe repeat;. therefore, Organize ! Organ , !
•
ize !. Otonizp •
,
- TilE .!`•01,42 GI . JARD`.!.?
. .
.rnay the toWnsbielifi,Wff4:,ll,nns
bo' be called thb'oo,Guard:iit'ZOnin
berland county. •p : l6 -- napq6r:
she al Whys discharges her duty- 7 bnCespe 7
. ciallY in.„which shn?,' . ;(iisclina4l.idt. v jin .
30tbi.'ha.w, • Coveeei,114 •b6lB inv
perishable.giory. .See to it, soldiers—ve
terans of the Old Guard; see to it—wheh
the 'next battle, is fonglii, 'present-an midi
-1/nlnd-front, an nnbroken •iihakuii'; and 'we.
willL : y'ecord—tlie , Yultmlinuno-4ote.=4-01d,
.Mesh Pennsbgrough in a inanneethat shall
rntiiler tier iineaorfal in political history.
'Soldiers of the Old Guard, every 'man .to
his_poso:inerease_your vigilano.-:-perfect
,YOtir, organization.
HOPEWELL
No' tay - nslijp"drd rauelr better tlian little
Hopewell ; and •she only.gareL A• foretaste
-iitlfW • hat,she'i4teilds _to dii 7 lieidafter.' Tito.
21 tnajoritr.giveii to Harrison, 7,7 : asthe first
fritii,s k of,Orgtanization and aetiVity; ,
,Nex.t
falt, with proper care, Hopewell will give
with :ease. , ' • - '
SHIPPENSBUIZP• ",•...; • .-',-
--- ,;bovere . ti:lnrs.sici,tvith glory,Ll.sheTeN
,
'4onitet.l - "tho: : :peetetinns - pt every. one; she-
.went 25 IligliO•than. Ivas-"expeated ;
'we, ftintli that`she *AI not lose h3i,sjutnhei
what She will
be taxed. r 120. at The- regalar ,acia;
3eet; r iii:d .tretit'w haeWilt of her zealoua
and gallant believe 'they try
140, exceed; Aver' -; ; ••- -
'N't•l*Vti,t;c':.l)l§ . iuliq'..:
Irhe'regelt •' tfis distr'qt siruc:lc'tert
11thd.:he eefe eoi federalists.
'i l l'ile3timiiettiot4o,!'n' , 4 riNjorftk,'no they;
ugh,
en eite' to the teset e
. atnegtti treftAtitltit;alt °WY) 9 9r 9 ugh
e - d' hie in' foi4heirl s h e th er.
:effort; ,hang strong.
every ;
shit) , fiats.sles at 'Newville will -lie Whig
. ,'sa „
whet wey'it•-•Miffiin
- in llarknims,d,oolortgtelready4—let-her have
Ottt:Vitt' be
-I Jtfaiglit;splA
a ., ':Olgiiier•musta,corfrptOe'ilio :gocid;
• •tiVing,,o,,whig jedtgity' E .. ; , ,
144 Es B v i tev,.... • .
I eshurg, (.10 triet,but , is
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'9411 , 0-PrPirilsce I?Ps JII)ProKfIY .fIT,PA97
,• 1:14,
ilyirorri the beginning-and we know.that
Ono,mpre year 'will bring, yer•teuridl6:true
Democracy
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redeemed. - The -battle was well
~
there. The Harrison Democratssof
iwnship did their'yhole duty, and
.._,....
%ill do much better at thenext great
— 7 . 4 or etete iighteand state ,proaperity.
CARLME -DISTRICT; „,
BorOuilli of cri7.4isle, and •Sputi!,
.4eton came 'op to the tvnik. in:earnest
and- gave-the majorities - they — respectively
protnised. .The Harrison. Republicans of
South 'Middleton heve. throughetit -the
,whole combat evinced the Most zealous de
termination to . bring, round their toWnship
in earnest.; they had a, hard task—but no
bly did they accomplish the . bia
rough-we fought : against- fearftil odds,. - -but
beat down:all — opposition, along:With
South Middleton,, can :do.it
cr Fra n4forc& - astonished both
. parties.by
casting , .52 'Harrison votestrod. Nartlt
Middleton polled a Harrison vote drattmade
the Locos open their eyes a leetle wider
than they ever stretched th,em before.-
- Lower --7- Diekin.Mrytlirl-Pretty -- my , ch as r•wt
vcpeeted—not 'AO well as we could have
desired—nor so, badly as • she might. All .
that our friends 'there avant is organization
and activity. •.. Upon the whole.the'Carlisle
Pjstriet did :nobly. tigiVei' West 'Penns
-
borough, of which we: have : spoken else
where, overbalan'eed North Middleton five
'Notes:.'
Chime - up to the• chalk manfully; and gave
Old Tip the-majority "She promised. 'That
township - may - . be: tonte'd-iirffliereefter-SS
ME,CHANICSBURG„
The-gallant . Whigs of, MeChanicsbnig re 7
dOemed their character on 'the 30th—they
deserve great — . praise. 'On the'• 13th-they
were, beaten 15—on the 30th they made a
. .
cliawTo - IV,lechan; ,
icsburg for a .rrthiOrity of 10. See- -to: it
friends of Refsnln,'
sitivEß SPICING.
Although iii this townsitip - .the'Llkofqol
- majority is nearly, as great as. o
our friendlere have tI consolation-to
know• th at they vote-ihey could r -rery.vote they promised, and one
m ' .
?no The .Vitigs ofSilver Spring deserve .
-all-praise - for-titeir.:.noble -cumin - et. ~, Next
tallr.they cats . poll
, • EAST PENNSBQROUGIT,
Gallant as ever, charged \ through the
well-drilled • cohorts of the enemy, and
routed thenc - "horse, - foot; and dragOo ns."
Welldone, friends---activity. and organiza
tion will•use the boys up:tifitirely the, next
heat.
, The three districts of Allen, Shepperils
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town, Lisburn; and New .Cumberland, re
deemed their pledge and went .a • little be
yond. it. • Well 'tlonaAllenwell. done
.every township and borough of the county.
aheera, - and 100 guns for Old Math
.nr!.Cumberland !
PENNSYLVANIA ELIECNION
We have ke i pt o ur paper back until the,
very last minute (Wednesday ?...&-clock-O
for the Purpese of. giving our readers the
best-posiible-intormatiptiLrelatFye-to-the_fre ,
.Up to.this moment,
however; the issue' extreinely . doubtful:
,There will not, Probably,slm 509, inajorq'
either ,way—but our inaividu_alimpression
is that the ChanceS:aie'slio-141 favoreble,to
the . syccess •of thy, Vitt Iluren. Electors.---
Many of otir friends think differertly,•and
claim the chances asln fay(4;
We annex a letter reciiived frdin n,friend
at Harrisburg; containing-the impresston:
prodiiOetctlit) by'jfiCT.Verylatest,nowit
. 1 / 4 — "Hartisbitit,'.govemb . er 4, 1840. •
Sir--4'lte.Old saying thaPno . nne
can tell •who : will be . Governor,' till after
i
I e---'elec . s'7in o re - th tie -- re - al
can't tell d who has the, vote t,f this Statp,u'n-
nearlyiii all, fir returns are'
received. Thb sneeese(til party, will prob.t.'
ably net, haireever,4ol:l Oulority: 1 think,
that our chance •is the best.;-,4t all events
the Locos' can't , crow. By li,foogincial 're !
turns received 'last night, and'catiP
we gained ,halidabinely.l'',7r
t'presept.. I.Vrr'say , to our rr
o opponents thin't :rittii-IOUr - rnouey
don''tbet. . t,
'lllAltikra - AN'6T - EtEc'rioN.
of
ao far aseer!ained , - looke , very favorale. ,
Wei i)Owe;yor; express' no 'opigioP: 'The,
returns Yegtekved.nYe-*fol, lo Vs.:7;
italtinicireteitY q 39. :1
Anapplie city HO: maj t " , 18.
Washitiosico roj. *6;,--,llnrrison -
,
reptir!'!hai:lVO:,W t higt have earried„Ft&le .
iiek, 'Ailegtteinf but. by-v hat Palm:ides,
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- 1 1 i 0 Iva 081E43 Vv - ':-'4le.i .
'; 2lo .o o 4ite#o o4 #9riiiiiiiii.7oli.;:4";;
, A AO oe4pap vt ip
from aayioN %IA
niWe;,;tikp
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MEE
AION4OE;
ALLEN
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Montgomery county,j-140109A-priaj. '-' 481 ,
Midiii;:" / :::: , ' ls; :.'').•::: !l - o:ii :;:;.;..?..1.1.00
~Clark
Showing a Harrison gain of 11100 since,
the_eleetion_iiLthaLlatli.
Gift TO ');
K..K,IIkOLD:KOIVIFORT;
' ,On Tuesday- night.a: pSity...of LOctifocci(
'bOretithe Harrison ; Pole, in :; this; plaee in
twelve places:'B'yhit;s e-inch auger,, and
sucCeeded hi - bringing At:A(4n. , On. Man-'
,day night they tried to burn it, but did not
succeed. '.Scveralitnsticeessful attempts
burn the flag with fire -balls had previously
been made— These• base deeds may be
looked upon as the•.last eonVulsive .throes
of Locofocism. The midnight-"barn-burn..
erS,", who were•engaged'in this dirtibuisi- .
ness'will:probably :end their- days in file'
penitentiary, o'r'bid good bye to the world
with their villanous'countenanceS encircled'
by.
ahangman's noose. • • -
--CUMBERLAND-COUNTY.
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RETURNS - OF - THE 'ELECTION :POR -!
- PRE
. . SIDENT . AND VICE-PRESIDENT OP . -
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: -;--THE-UNITED -STATES, •
_Held in Cumberland County, on Friday,
OCTOBER, 3 . 0, 1840. : -
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Carlisle, . • 863 848 15
1 :432 451 ' 19
Hoppwell,-• —7O 21 ,
-Shippensburg,- g 87- 195; - -92 -
Leesburg, - c 93 102
:162...._207..,- . ..::_
262 • .
Cumberland,
.1,- 84- 49 - 35
Lisburn,
• 59, 47 ' - ' --- 12 -
Slkepperdstown; 135 80 • 55 -
Mechanicsburg, 61 •61 'OO ,00
Churchtown, 177 127. •50
DISTRICTS.
- C4R DISPRICT:-7-
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Carlisle, - • - 333 - 290' ____43 _z___:,_..
49 - -- - Nittli,ctorri---- . 0 ~ ..„-Paui Marti'
S. Middleton, ' - 194 - - 167' '' 27 ''.
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Pr Dj cin
ekins,' .33 77 • 44:
I.lrFratikford, - _ n 52; • '6B - 16"
95 - 1
Westpennsboro', 126_ .26 100 •
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* • .• ' " :** --. 863 848 - 170 155
NEW VILAE DISTRICT.
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Newville, 65 •71
.89 150 •61
Newton, , BB
Frankford, 51 - 59 . 8
- U. W. Pennsboro' 131 •83 48 •
432 451 56 75
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SAIPPENNSBURG DISTRICT.
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- Shippensbizl:g, - 188. - 122 :. 66 - .
Southampton; - '99 73 - 26 -
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• - 287 195 92
LERS'BURG
.PISrRICT.
Southampton,
Newton,
I3ERLdND
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, IV. Cunib! .(bor.) 40 -12 „
.d//enyi.) 39 9 7 2
TIIE.• 'DOOMED : I .3.DMINITITLATICIN.;' •
"Hew 'are the -tni INN fallen!.;' '• '' ••• •`• ' • I " •
yeetile'a,band !: Ln w .lie the Proud,
Antlstnittenby the weaponi of the emr, " •
The•tdapksreith'e hammer and the Woodpitni'inei
Their:We is told ill And• for that' thifY :were
And rOldled''the •poort, dud for that they were atronif
And turefirged tho weak; and for that they made laws
the nweat,Of- Labor!alirow
Fentli,esetheinlsius the Nation liasta them; out!',',
'The HlP** 'States have vbfed, proving them:
*Wes darristin State the•tionunation at Hai , -
.risburg, With theexeeptioi'of Virginia and:ll2ol4
of I which have gone fde
Jority ismneeded by the Loco Feser•Nress:y:Necee•
sary, fort "Online . 148- Electorial votei. -•
Connecticut Rhode Island* Virginia 23; .Lou.
9j,Kentuiky 15; North Carolina
Vermont •rf "Maine .10411elawaretif•Adaqinadi;)th
New .IVie 8; Ohio ,—
21,149.1;4. , ;. , `,
- Add liftdisputea Wing States•to - oonse, in Masse,
ehuietti 14r, add• ceridifi TWhig - Stated 4 rlCWW Mirk
42; Tennesseeflillrfrobtlo9.2p.,_..
altuivon.tiny e^ of
thb.riegt Priiiideut; , ••,1 • :•:•,•••.
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thgFop. Pqriot.) •
ICsrii e,O
111 'f? ' •'• •
of .1411sauTO '6ll6 . iel'
9f, Wilds)! ti6r,•ll,o4kr '1411',4#
se,ye4•4l.,ipece'si patwoks:lll,uritii,ces.co4itkur,:about
thv l siLlnc t ':,or abotit T. 440 1400.t10t; were dir,Fplosp,
16 400 wei'v. , bOt c hpr 4 tb e .
uxtivoc!..o?iti at 0;50 4 0 K 50 '
per -100 waOP.;.-11Fiwqrri
• .• I `TA:FrAt; 9 l)°Ol) 5 9;
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1483
1500
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65
161
2794 2695 -244
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63 - 40 23
80 ,62 . '
03 109,
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Cumberland ColntiEleetion, iteturnsoi4lol-AL.
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.• „tionintes.
S. Dunlap Adair,___..
S.:Ritms
John Zimmerman;
Smith,MWinney,
Benjainin Rejnolds,
Jacob Weaver.'
SHERIFF, -
James. Peed,
Paul Martin.
COMMISSIONER.
Michael Allahler,
George Brindle.'
.RUDITOR„
Samuel Williams, 791
Robeit LairoL , - ' - - 782
) 'RECTOR OF THE POOR.
Benjamin Peffer, . 798 467
David , .781 C . "861 oRONER..
Charles Bell, 798 ;466 • 2:04 203 82 __ 230 165
_129 67 •• 54
Jacob - Brett. — 768 —.- 361 268 — 136 - - 9.5 - 6
4 22 - 0 147 53 . 7116 - - 51 -- `" - 83 ---
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The names of the Locofocti - .Cindidates are in Italic, and are. all elected' with the exception of the sheriff. •
S: Duniap - Adair,
Wm:
- John Zimmerman,--
S. Smith llfKihney.,
. -Jacob. Weaver.,
-.- COMMISSIONER
Michael Mishler, • - • 285
George 'Brindle. • . ' 324
' DIRECTOR OF :THE POOR.
•. Benjamin' Pepe, XB9
• AUDITOR.
Bainutt
Robert Laird, • •
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CORONER.
,Charlea Bell, -'-
,Pacob Bretz:
SIB ERt.F.Z.
--Jamea-Reed ; =
Shippensburg District,
•CiiNditEBo. - . - : " ' -
Adair, . . . __ .187 :77 - .264
.RatnBeii; • . • ' - 7 •124 - 82 206
As.94.iiinLv.
Zimmerman, • ' 125, 82 .207
M'Ainnpy, 119 81: 200
Reynolds,-._ . • 189 80 269
Weaver. . - , • 188 79 267
SHERIFF.„ ' •
Reed,' , - • : - 85 60.• 14
Ma'rtin. • .
.' . 226 98 424
. /
COMMISSIONER. ' ./
Midi/cr.,
Brindle.
• Aunrrón.
IVilliana,
Laird
DurtEcTon,
Pefferp •
Katz,
•/
"124, 81 205
187 79... 266
, _
: 124 . _ 80 1 : 204
• .4pB. 80. 268
Conotnen.
Bell,
Bretz.
ral droves of Live Hogs have reached the market
during the week, and have been $6,25
per.loolbs. Wa e note sale .yesterday of a. lot of
tZ6O head of vt r yy.superior qualtty at $6;25.
"FLOUR - 7 1,1owarq at. Flour.—Yhe . sales of llow
twit street our front stores during the meek as far
as we t z advised resell abiut 5000 tibia good Lora
mon st $4,90 to' s4,Q4, , prinetpolly_sithe.lait.,
.ato "i ed . rate.,- The stock is not large., and there is.
y a • limited .*delnand. . We 'quote the receipt
price-5t44,87. •
_. , s -44 1
no.change to . report
in the prices of ..Maryland or Virginia Winuttotales
of whaulteontitthe Lobe made at 70 to. 100 cents for
inferior to 'prime reds. Saks of some thousands of
bushels. 'Of - PeitilsylvanieWliests, including fie or.
Bp6o bushels •to•day, have bpeu made
„at 105i104,
, Itents. - - 4 Thelletnondis - gspd.. , .
Corn.--UP.to yesterday sales . pf Maryland white
Corn were made at 48a50 cents, - but -to-dity
have been mode at 47548 cents. Sales Of Maryland
,yellow up to a
t-52 Saletiof PentisYlvsnia . yellow on.Wedites
doy at 54.1155 cents, and. today . at. 5.9a54 cents; , A
sole or tii,of new Itfarylond ,bas.be_en• made at. 43-
cents. • •
./ ,
„ 1...?ye.;-7Wc..quote Maryland lie at 55 cents,and.
Pentisylvonis rye at 60 tin cen - • •
Oats..—Sales of eats yesterdai. at 29100 cents; and
to-clay at 2849 centS.' • , ,
m
Flaxeeerl.-We coed' te tp - Anote the store pee.
at $1,124 and the wig° rate itt s4' per. bushel..
otiek' elle to -day at $3, and
quote the article at a', 5 .
.•
clover .Crop - Af; the present seasonis
abundant,,and the q illy generally very good.' We
quote.salesef gimp o prtmePenusylvaunt. it $5 a
$5,14, but:the iarC, ,all . brisk.
,
. ' :.• ' • • , 1111ARRIED; . '
- . 7 '
irtio Tuesday - nice-10g. latit,JbyLthe ger. J. Ulriclik
Mr. iAtOlt BEETrid, to' ist- Isto,rlin. yroffeiret,tett,
both Of Carlisl ',-.-- .1.? ~, ---.-,,, ' , - -' ' ' -
-Ale Thursda y- +ll4,;'bribe , itev; Wrirt-Cri - 541,seey
Betinet, - Mr:-.lonire-LAYtit-to Misellalvtriu. CArgi.-
etre Hata, bbthaf'..Newtotv.:tOvniship:Cutitbetiabtf
etititity; !' " • ---->- .-",-- ' ,--:','-.= ~.- -....- •.;i: - :.- - ,'
0 3 0 She, 15th , ult., by the. Rev John 17Iriek,-Vr.
iri,tat-Fateo,'-to .Mioa'Svapelill#N DT, all- sof , Mon- -
rtia!to:ivitship. , i ./ -..--..,..., ;......,......, •_ ..._
fr"Ott the--20th - ,Aq'the- atone; Mr: jowl- Itaa'r?theit,
to -Milpialation:ltert-4. lllpowteg h all or Carlisle: - '
etln the --2t/dvbyitliti.saine; Ilir:-14(cot - -IVIvetis; or
SoOth 4 Midtfletoil lownel4lo, - r.:to....Mit3l}'''ZlAZgapit
qaoeiet.4;otNonni& townabili.'..." ''''' ' '' ---',
' se On the sated day by...thelitixiti lkittrltiori EyKoo,
Oflloorod
toi - ioshh o t o
...lits, ,;. io4':lt'-':to bn i,'L,, sr,, ;
Of
yVcouotii • ~ ~ lq,,kc. . - , t t
"-OhA)ii, , 7li i ‘b , tlie. dame,te? - }artat'Wiai,'to .
:
3itk - 1144fTa-11 y 14stltimr,-all'OfSotthlitldletbe
tiitOht - ,XI ' ! t .
iEuv-1 sutlii , iiithe:striitl;Gzemit Sxl . ol'
ofl4ZciA)lo.'oie:iVitito lll !;"ofVorlitle 4
sotiith sam e syvby thiilooie;10: Jtezttlonter,.
to' isem.
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~AttßlitiPall'4. W oe.ren'nebtiFtiliofvfH
, •
Mite ihe . „8 . 0041:11.01.3 stifirlit taigRICK Then,
to Mr" bAftiku 1 4triti;Iii!‘-Or s rl)ole.' , ,'? 17, 1-1
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780_ 567 -;.' 267 ' .180 : - 94 70 , 221' . ' 169
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774. 456
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787 362 - ,324 _ \.148 ..; 96 68 22 i4s 46. 115. • • 73..
792. 205 , 198 . 82 216 163 113 64 73' 52 45 103 2573
788 '360 267 140: •95 71 219 156 53 118 80 51`.':83 .2481
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Adair,......f. ./ . --- • 55- 28 83
I?amsey,/ - --- - • . 45: 58 : , 103
NIII
.4'3Be;m6/y.
Zimrp,trnan, • • 44 68' 'lO2
111'15inney,. 44' '56 100
ReSmolde, 156 28 84
;Weaver: , 56 '29 85.
Sheriff.
Reed, . • 28 40 68
Martin. • _ • 70 • 44 - 114
.._Commissioner.
` 9 K • 44 59 • 103
124 .81 205
187 . /80 267
SuditorsT
Laird.
Directors. °
Puffer,
Kutz. .
COroner.
1,25 82 207
/186 70 265
Bell,
Bretz.
Election Proclamtetiosi. -
y 14 - pUrsuance of a'.writ to 'tie directed by. David::
i It. Kee'', Governor of the State of Petinaylvn
ma, I PAUL'. MARTINI - ligh Slierilf of Cumber=
land county, do hereby . give public notice that 'tin
election will" be held in said county, on FRIDAY
THE - 20T11 . 0F1iOYEMBEll s itist4 fiir aritepre-,'
Isentativeht-Congre'ss; to fill-the-vacancy in the 2lth,-
or present Congressiroccasioned by the' death-of' the
.Hon. 'William 'S.:Rittnsey„ The said' elect du wilt
be held throughout thsvcoiniiTii:rtißt7Wal -,' '• • '
Thu electiop,in the"election
.district mposed of
the Borbugh of Carlisle, and towns!) . sof N. Mid
dleton, South .Middleton, Lower ‘.Vekinson, Lower
Fraiikford, and Lower West Pp ro fsbOrough, will' be
held at the Court Housein the ()ugh of Carlisle:'
The election hi' the ' dist* ,composed of Silver
.Spring township•,:will he held .at. the Public House
of :Iciseph Grier in IlogapeeStowthin'said townships,
The electioni it tlie, t iitrict composed of East Penns
borough townslifp, Mix held at the Publio_flousel
( 1
of - Andrew - Kreit Pin said township.' -•-
The elect° in the district composed of - Nine
z
1 CdrabOrland , d a lairt , a,Allen towuship,,vill' be
held - at the PabPe Floese'ef 161141 Sourbeakiln . New
...Quaberhurt. . ' ••.
.. :; ! ~., : -.• . .... .1 _ ~.1
The electiOn in the district:comPbsed cif Lishurh:
and 'a pareof iownship r will be held at t':e
Public Honie of Veter M'Cano;lii.eburn..-
The election in the district composed of-that ppat
of Allen tOlinshiflomilm4aded in theNen , comb
land anti Lisinirn diatrictsovill beheld at the Public
HOuse Of David Shearer, tn`,Sti4Perditowri. in, said
The election` donaposed'uir:triitoi , : .
ouglt , Of Meielninicsinarg; will ~ b e held at the
house of Oelef_Hetiveri shidibbrough.:
- • - -
;The,oleetioiriu , the.clistriet • eeiratioiced of, Monroe
township; will tie beld.,aellie'r,oblie-Hoise of widow-
Putd; Churebtown; iu said township.- ,•:
The plectiOn:in the district eoinonseti of' Upper
Dieki n son tim tiship, Wil I be held at ,Weakley 'a School
House-, in,akti•township. -• • , •.‘ ••• • -..
oblisposed-ott-thyber- -
ougb ci NeWMlle r ilidlownships'
TriinkfOrd, Upper .Westtiennsboreugh, , aiiil4bat, , part; •
of Ne*lefildwliihip, - net Included Leesburg
eleetion•distriet hereinafter,' mentioned,.War be theta
tiv the Bei& SchoOl Housejle lhe. toroui;li,or Nen ,-, •
Time election in the jliaieret,Corupnciiixic
ND of Hopewell, will be held At , tilif , Aclip, I,A9o§e,
iii•Die - 04Prg,,kri i • to,„ti3l l 4l)‘ •!•• •
4oetion criniiiAnterif
ankli or,Shippeninilnlii,SiiiventAirki:,o'n•niiiip,
and thid ol",§cititinunpton inn,nslop; tied
Leestiukge.leclion itliptrjoi, t):Odevill'iit: time
[louse; le Ilse ,"
And in anti b aim tact ; of khe',.
reo Geteint Resernlitvnf
OilsnOlianbni l eolAll P
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eeno - es,
: tt?e,0,4,464'i1q, 1 ,10440 . 14.44t1xvP#4230 1 11 1 ' . 0t•R 47 ;
ilia on' ikldl IsWv ll?!) 144.110pilS,Otlilti
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203
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207
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109 1 - 62 -- 117 71
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Leesburg--DWil . t..H.-7 7
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I CONGRESS. ' .
Adair, . '43:_.54 59 115- = . 6p 364
Ramsey,` -5 5 ' 486 74
, - • 94,153 462
_ •
67.--150— = • s
ltrKinney, 55 81 :75 94' 160 40
Illeynolds,, 43 -82 58 115 64 362
IWeftver• ; 4,3 - 86 59'115 9.4 367-
• _ -
Reed, - 87 72 - 94.145 .
Martin. _ 40 82 59 114 • 67 362.
COMMISi3IONEIC ' •
Mislifer, _ . 55 .86 - 97 153, 46.7. •
Brindle: . - 42 84 - ' - 58 114 - .62 - - 360 -
~.Annyr9zi,ll _
51 - 85 -95 -153- AGO ,
Laird; -- - -46 84' --- 58 -- 115- 62 , 365_,
Peter, 55.86- 76 - 46'7 -
Kutz. • 43` 84 :.. 57..1 . 14_ 63 - an
COTIONEII .. . • .
Bell, -- - 55-8--75-- 98 -152-466--
Bretz., ' - 43 'B4' - 58'113 - 63. '361
24
118
792
788
28 774
115 787 . ,
. , 4 40
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Adair, ' - -- - 42. -.- 36 --- 78 --
Ram,94, -- : . .. 14 40 54 .
.fissenibiy. '.
Zimmerman, • • . •14 u - 39 5f3
M'Kinney, 13' 38 51 ,•
Reynolds+ 42 35 77.
Weaver, • • 42 37. . 79'
Sheri:f. .
'eed, ' ' 14 - 40 .54
Martin: -- - -- 38 35 73
..Commissioner. ' . ' --
,1..".........
Mishler,- 13 -39 .52
Brindle. . " 43 37 80—
• ' ..rinditor. . ' -,
Williams,.. • 14 A '
liaird. • •
7 2 , r
Director: • •
Peffer; • • 13 41 53
Kutz., - . • , . 43 . 36 79
'Coroner.
~
Rell, , ~ .
~.- ;l4 '4O ' '54
Bretz-. • '- . , • .42 ' 37 79 -
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56 • 27
,83
44 57 101
56 84
45 -,,58 - 103
55 - 28 83
44,' 57 /6/-
53 28 83
.
:of heginnin; , be and the.iame ,is hereby declared
new andaepuritte election' districkthe, general elec
tion tO (e,helti at the . public
Win . in Leesburg; Southampton township. '
nd the several judges,^lnspeetors and Clerks,.
• bo Shall have attended 'it the 'recent .election' for
ElectOi:STa rerequi red - to_ attend - Mill - pear - alit th-e
--mid_elecuOn,_the:like_dutieS;ind be subject to the
like penaltietifor neglecter misconduct; as they - sfaf
be liable to under'the Beier Assembly. •
- 'Andthe:return Judges of.the.seiieral election dial'
tricts of said county, are hereby required to meet at'
the Court House; in the Borough of Cirlisle, on the
Monday next aticeeedieg said election, at 11 o'clock,
A. 111: with certificates of the result of the election
in'their reaPbetiVe districts: " •• '
tr
,• •.
GiVe Under my hand, tit' Ciirlisk, this day of
November; A.'ll. 1840, and .the'Stxty-fiftli -year of
American Intlepentlenc&-".• ;
= = 'PAUL itA.llTlN,Slieriff.
Vendite'
The subscriber will iifter
,publie Teinlue,iit his
renitlenef,inCurlisle on Ttfeitlay the 24th: of No-
Vembei.• i(Otant, ut ,m. the folloiving
.personal property; to •
Mahogany Dining' Tables
• " „Caid. Tables. Chairs •
.iv‘are': of line
.
• Beds. Bedding, And Bed , .
steads'; of' e#eltent
sei• 'Claitt: and
:lezgh,.Tyyo :very stipe,riOr .11.14 ch
edwat 414,90` ,
at theitame.tirise and 'Once, t w o • . •
. ,
!situilte-no the Baltimore Turnpike. , Terms .muds.
• kno et.the-tinsemr • .
,
' i •
. .
I,CRI S P I / 4 4 1 QNX I ONf l P E . <
!{: Y : 'tlAitusti; - May, .2.184P
it+,6 0 • .• is
The Fr bt..0,10,411re nt,ll ou o l
mg) Totritiihips `tli4isreptolo., of (.I!)mbdt•lnAd,:
cue re D uiikrti fiiek 'aAi'Vt
4 Oillsjoteit °hee
ifiltheoeurih . :6f Car),loli 04::414114Y the 44 inst..'
nC IO hiiblutV
kn'theit. d kit iqdfilltikrlK : 11 11 01 -it', Bll l 6 "
tqs.Toi; the(eiefilliql tOos!m4ke, I,,i9notpAt,
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NewAlle. Distriot.
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a • .
•
New' Cumberland District
14 41 . • 55
" . "' --- 35 77
bewizrrEas ADMIT.ISTRATI9FT; en
• estate ' elf Jesse Dunk , Dunk , lite or the '"borough'"bor ough 'ville, Cumberland• eoenty,'dee'd:, have been is..l
sued to th,e;tiubseribeilrialding,',4lllarriebergeSep2 •
TiCE hereby gieen,:tbat'die sebierib'er will attend .
et the house of Mrs. Elizabeth. puck, le
on vv:eaoesqoy v4th and 241 i 'ef •
November insti elrthose.thatlire:' indebted tii
payment; and alt.' tholii
having elainis against. said estate: will — presentAtetta„,
.properly anihentieated'for settleinent. •
‘1 7 .61. DUCK; Executor.
Ili
El
° Nov 4- sio
'2444
2626
The, t wo ,- Story §ton.. , liotise; ea:91200,
Hal. 4 EA. on' , East: street' Carlisle, with the' tot or
go;Ceetsr(int,on ; iaid -street, iliur - eitendint. •
250 in the Lean Spring: The're is a Stone ..
'S table; Carriage. House, and ..a water off
the premises .. I'll 6 whale property is enclosed-by
Substantial stone walk
.For further particulars apply
to• -' EDWARD WATTO•i: '
• Carlisle N ov. „ 1840; •• - •' • -;
Va .Propelly :For
WILL be,, s pold at Public •.Sale; the '
• • premises, on Thursday the I 7,th ,of 14overti.:
her, next, the folloiving.deacribed real -estate, to wit?
• •
• *MIA"' "MILES ' •
of first 'rate -l i atented'.Lintestone Land, situate lit'.
South. Middleton township; about. two Donee south •
Of Carlisle. 'Fifty acres of the tract are cle.areil and .:
in - an"escelleut - state - of - the - residua
covered with thriving young timber, The improves •
=Ms 01T , IL .
101 2604
84 ;2456
26/ 9
2453
103
83
5:616
2441
- _ .•
- -Typo - Story Log 1111ousi ,•••••
. • : :DOUBLE L0,6 4 .11ARN; •••-• •
nframe.Spritik House 'and other out bitildings. Od
the propert)llo-alsna'neo*
and a thrivitig.fipple_orihanf.—..,
The•aboveTproperty is a vei•VAeSirabln one hi
.fiiany respects. 'I'M- terms will be ;made easy, and
au indisputable title•given. Persons,wi.shing.to view
the'. premtsek; can call with the subscriber residing •
the con. N_ . -
_Noy. 4, 18.0:-
Al ill- Property Hale;
MI
• W •
ILL
he_sol d
r onkWednesdav-the-250- 0t—..,,N0:
__yurber,at_ll-Je.dockit. Si t •:
.Avlitiabi6 tnst_Pilill
„-
- - ------ tt el
. ,
and about ,E6' acres of land, situate on middle Wring. l -
about hallo mac north 'of •Shippensburg, adjoin& -
/
the properties Of DuviffNeviii,.Andrew Erazierliti
-others. , 'lle-improvements and land are good..
IE
. • • DA*SL_Ig.NDE4I§II4N: .
..
• 14oveinber 4, MIA. ,- , ', • . ' .; '. -
' '
clarmapra 2 , 11.1.4• xitEirr
''The Old Stand of. the subscriber, tipp a osite Simon
Wendel-hetes farm), is now crowded with the larg
est orid .most extensive new- stock of
_the. cheapest
goods ever brought to Carlisle; os the public- may •
sat themseyres 'seeing: . • •. - .
P iloc • lle SIL soul-other cloths; pwar
•
per - yard; . .
assimeres
and Eassinetts iiusually..lov;
IA: large aSsortment i)f Laines,li•om.s2,so . •-•
to $lO-per pattern. Stacks of shawls,suuli ns brueha,
-merino, tag,lioni; silk mid - skid' Chenafisatiiil.
darriask ) :.bleulZet and. cotton, from 25 cts."to s2cr: •
Elegant plaid. and other fancy cap. antrbOnnet rib --.%•••
bens '
• from - 6 .- to 75 - cents,' - linings - to match:
Emb'd. silk, satin and thibet snarls and hanakerchicfsi•
every variety on:lilies and gent% gloves and hosiery,:
o priefy ot4r. rideable. anirseasontibler
articles..'
• ,
• • - -
. .
.
. ..50 cases Boots And `Shoes , have been -opened .
nifd added to: the before exteusive7itoekistinong
which-are Ladies mid Misses-gum cletli; tiotUd •itutt. .
fur guni, Moroceo,-Ifitlitgc:,--. - -Meo's nod BoyliBuoti.::
iiiicl sll.oesofeTery-liesrriptiokfoTllT. to_Fall mid Wiri- aie .
ter seasons. ,
.
AL - gelleial 404 • to?, of Men's and Boys Fur,
.Cloth and Seal Caps'orith ,a Siwfashioaablei .
Fur.tlats, all of Which will be sold cheaper than'ever
CHAS. OGILBY.
Carlisle, Nov. 4, 1 S4O.
tt /11aZ /ItalU'll2o.)-
Art AMP.; ,to the residence of , the subscriber,..iit.
township,-Yoa eetnity, (4 miles w:esf .
of Dillsburg, and 6 miles east of Petertburg, Aduint
county) some time in September, a
.11.14
. • . • •.
ahoht 141 lanais - high; eight. yenrs old .
. .huit spring,
with a small white spot on the forehead-4w° lOW.
6.!et white, and .ring'-botied in the right
The owner is requested to prove property„pay.clusr,
ges and take her ,away, or she will be disposed or
according tei
. .
Franklin tp. Yprk 994
Nov. 4. I -
CO-PA RTN SIP:
itill.B undersigned have formed ti copartnership
wider the from of .I'. M. & G. W. - BROWN,
for the purpose of ti atenetiag a General Comraissicar
and forwL.rding Borsiiiest . ..•
• We *odd give nutlet. that we have taken the
clone Fir Proof • brick W.trelionse, situated oti .the
.south west dorner'of Broad and Vine' streets,whero`
.we are-prepared to receive' and forward , Merchan:
tlize;and receive and sell all kinds of country. . Pro.:
Wel f leapeatilli solleca.sture of the.putliolut(f
roinige. '
- - . --, , „--.1,--AL-41110, y,, WN,,0f Fonk lin- Co.' • . '!, :
and of the late. fifirmof An..,0,,, AL,Levrdyaist Brown: •
, • - :i• ' - '' G. W. BliGWti, of IhirpersFerry, Vit. ' •:'•
• ,• - ' ' IIsEFEttENG:ES.. ' . . .• ':
i_Philartelphia.-- I .l,:stel:Atonlotu.St,,e6; .Qale•b•Copti
-84. Co'; .r.ltst . A --:-.-*. \\rimy ;- George Blind); S: 1 •Ci
Houston .B.L . ' _Co._._________ ' ' .
•
Lancaster Co:•-:=Dr. N.. 1% .' San - IWe ; • Capt. John
Steclei, 9... Smith Patterson;. J. 11. Verree.
. liar,34Bburs";.-I'hontas linnt, Henri , Buehler:.
' Carlisle.—Geo. A. Lvon,Thn: kehnurd.; . •
-Newt , • '
•,. .
Co.--:-George Chambers; David FulleiC"
Lou; James Campbell; John At'llowell. • •
. Pit,,abloy.-111Urphy & Chamberlain: •
f Vas4ington . S..„Bc White; , ,
•. Ilitifford " •' ' •
Llngerstawn 11d.—Wm. 111.•
Harper's Ferni „Va.-16, 1 113V ngvr;,E.,Lucn!,JrL
-: - OtTfl.l.B;lB l l4).—tit •
CD Tea. 2 1,
DTTBItS- TESTA`SIENTARY die Use:
Will of S'et i ntlitian• Elbsfer;• late • or
.Westriettnik- . .
,borough townsliip;We'd., been issued in die
form el , Law to the subscribers; nil persons having ,
Chains agniust the, Estate Sill present th'em for settle-
•nte.it.,.uttl personS ittilebtetl . Will make psynient • .
to , . ,
DAVID DOWE; II ,, Exe.c'tti!'
_ •• • - •
7 -9et. :28,1841-!-6t . •.•• ,
,
To all eldeireairli an,cl e'r*ons r." eafecl.
Nnticu it :
hereby given' that az Irrie hf &ire : racism, *
to Noveinber: Term. 18da, , to ,me tliivetedoissued, , ‘
put of the Court of Common Please of Cainherlanir ,
county;on , :the'"follmrin,, ,, ,lllechante's Lien; entenitt
i reeordeti• in- dr: court. of potntnon Phnis - sfoi•er
jnines , ICennetlk va• - ljavid IgetaciN Coutractor v ,
z i_lx,e;'l,*ri4tees'o7 , thq -- Xlktirod,it Episcopal. ,Phurch:.,:,
'p pie borough . of Carli sir, pw n y •
•Scy X a sur...Nleehauie's
Turiu•A 444 k ••• - - • ••,- ;,' •
• ~.,; , ; •2 4 , ,• . iiitti.9,,.564116;
• , OtiOr;i1.011 - t:P.. • ..Z 1 ••,•
t.
For, Refit,
efroai
A m r. nvy,v*.pio poliisiingcroffittbino*r strect.r , .
Cag idle
,o 'nOrry oini9 } lti l ll6,-Or. ;Au*, nowlrr
mpec i l b'y '.1.11N40 - 111 . 11.sp:strftpcty
4 9 - opttletc , ,i 6 siC, g!v9t l °9-0 14 ,t
10 ! 61 ' A . :64i COI,* 5m1Vic4 , 411.441, j4!eA4:II .
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s, LiAs c ii lizz - I rmo - 1 7
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Tilitt:e4t:Oplikjito*btlYliqidbdittat Gede'efikiett ;
and Sliiailrlt. yet-6ar. Co. • .
y lileingsgetvintestipcl!tii , Clode.4khitf 11 ;"- -
*eol4; !piet:Wen+ .hy • rill lux' Genii 'Avia , . ge:Catikt - -::1. ,.
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