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E. BEAtTiiiDITOR.'ANb I'ROPRIETOR.-
'PA1RL1104TE,;,,..PA. ,, :
Di . sday, Sepiciiier 4 i, ' • G,IS4
• HENRY CLAY,
oblect. 10 the clecl4on of a National Convontign
DEIVIOCHATIC, WHIG PR.INCIPIES.
-. OUR CREED. -" •
1. Arsound National Currency, regulated by the
wiffland'authority of the Nation.
2. Aniiidequnte Revcnue,,with fair--Protection to
.• American Industry.
3. Just restraints on the. Executive power, em
bracing a further restriction on the exercise of
the Veto. • •
A—A faithful administration of the public-doera in,-
,s with an equitable distrilm2on of the proceeds
of sales ufiLemong all the States.
5: An honest and ocorianical - administration of
the General Government, leaving public °dicers
' perfect freedom of - thought and of the right of
. suffrage; but with suitable -restraints•against
improper interference in elections.
G. An amendment to the Constitution, limiting
the inehinbent of the Presidential mac to a
These objects attained, I think that we should
'cease to be 'afflicted with bad administration of
the Government.—llENnv CrAy.
STANDING. COMMITTEE MEETING.
At a. mcOng.of the Dcrtiocrutir, IVIOg Stand
ing Eommitteo "of CuintMrlaMl county, hold at
the public house of Mr, William Brown, in the
'borough of Carlisle, nh Tuesday the 15th of Au
gust, JAMES POSTLETHWAITE wan' called
to the chair, and JohN OFFICER. appointed Scare
vary. The.following resolution wan passed:
Resolved, That the Democratic Whigs of Cum-_
Berland county be requested to moot at the usual
places of holding borough and township electiomi, , i
un SATURDAY the sth day ob‘September, at 2
o'clock, P. M., and elect two delegates to repro:
sent each borough and township IR a County
Convention., to be held in the County Hall, in the
borough or:Earn:de, on TUESDAY tIM 12th of
September, at 1 o'clock, P. M.; to n'tninato
JAS. POSTLETIIIVAITE, CPC
JOHN OFFICER, Sl:Craig.
The . Delegate Meetings.
' Vi`Our Whig friend.; through the county must
not target to punctually and liiithfußy attend the
meetings on Saturday afternoon next, for the
cledion,of delegates to the County Convention
which meets on Tuesday next, the 1201 inninnt.
The delegate meetifigs aro the proper places fur
the people to maketnown their wishes, so that
their delegates may be prej ared . to give
and correct expression of their opinions and feel.
logs, relative to the men and policy of 'the Whig
party. We - say to all, spare sufficient time to
give year attendance at the,delegato meetings—
discuss the political questions novlgitating the
public mind—make your wishes' fully known,
and send delegates of integrity, character and in.
telligence, who will act as the best interests of
the party in the peculiar position of affairs re.
quire.. BUsiness of great importance will occupy
the attention of the Convention, and we hope the
delegates in attendance will be prepared to act
Tho'" Whigs and Antimnsons" of Lancaster
county have nominated for COngrea,' Hon. Jere.
• ntialt Brown. ' Assembly—A. Herr Smith, Lewis
Urban, Charles Carpenter, Benjamin Ilerr, - Abra.
ham Kauffman. Thomas E. rranitlin was np.
pointed delegate to the Whig.' National COII %TH.
-lion,' without instructions,, though ho is a friend
of Mr. Clay.
. In Delaware county, J. J. Iluddleson has been
nominated for CtMgress, and EL Jones Brohke for
Assembly. li. , P. Eyre has been recommended
as the delegate' to the. National Convention,
In. Butler county, G. \V. Smith- has been nomi
naiad for Congress. C. C. Sullivan, Senate; and ,
William Cunningham for Assembly.
The Whigs of Huntingdon county have nomi
nnted their old representatives, Jonathan McWil
liams and Brice Blair, for tlio Assembly.
-The Whigs of Columbia county have appointed
W.-J.-Harley delegate to the - Whig - National Con:
vontion; with histruetions to vote for Henry Clay.
The Whigs of Bedford county have nominated
Colonel William Bishop and 'John Metzgar for
'John W. Hornbeck has. been appointed the .
Whig Delegate from the Bucks and Lehigh, dis
trict in the National Convention. Ile.gocs with.
Irefilo Whigs of Clinton county havo
natcd W. L. Harris for Congress; Joseph F. Quay
for Spnator and John Cook for Assembly.
ir.rThe Locos of Lancaster county havo settled
thefollowlng ticket, with Mr. Forney, of the In
telligMMer, at the head. We, presume, froM his
seizing at the chance, that 'they havo strong hopes
defeating their "iiclmt. by Means of the split, in
the Whig ranli's. For,Congress— Peter Martin.—
.Assetnblylohn . W. Forney, Dr. J. L Given; A.
L. Henderson, James Patterson and, Epkinim
W,o really wish our friends Feroey,4encl..Dr
Given may be elected--but not this year
:• Irrthiniel Miller. confined in Lebanon county
jail rat -abusing his wife, was roend dead in his
-call on Saturday morning, w•eely from, the effects
of maoiaartu. For a day-or_ two previnus to
his deatli ho wne so reekless end unruly that the
Sheriff was .compelled Ula.' him in Irene.
0:Colono1 yliornal! 13. McElwee, long s repro
.sentativo of Bedford county in' tlio li.egiAnture
F.enneyixorde, died at Bedford On'the 224' of,
Y' liv ri; i rig 41efthiilers' of Voltinxoro
3814;.hd,irO4Oibliod to :visit York, :Ponosyliania,
tbet` , l.lli:Of :St:October,' loot. , Great ,prcpitra•
lions aro baloz. tondpigibeir,rooopqon.,
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pnlond. r 110 found ,Now Yor)c,entiroly
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terstillJtai tho whip hand
," of tho loWitiOot6
AititruO:aboat4itis close of the last Le4littotore:
ioiO4pyoptCiii4t, l *.ir49 . no4hOod;bi rn;l3'; . (* .n i* -
:00'iktilyiv.ag.t,L4o109,1y,repitdiaied in theTeSelu ; ',
tins of Many 'ounty 'Cunvuntiona through the'
Stlth r i,antias far,Os alt this went evils nearly a
" timid 'ini Man." .Y3irtilini that rill thirfwindy'dO:
olayttitiun bask= exhausted,* thd limo fdi ac
tion- anti. thei kecuting of ii•igikalr , ,i4atilts has Dr:•
riyed; it ittiSual 14014 Governor has acettrad till.
,wonted,: ,. A nd, yet ,w's .
believe the tortes - of ti,openple.aro opposed . _ to Jinn,
Their honest wishes . ; lic4ever, havO licodthwart
ed by scheming and management. 'Although:
the people_ are' opposed' to him, Goir. Porter hat;
still srmind him a largo body of active support:?
ers, who though net.of.very . great personal, infldf ,
eine, are nevertheless' most , cunning: tnenaggrs.
and subtld schemers—men adMirabiy4Okilled in
the mysteries of political' legordroiii;c 7 ,.",old:
coons," who know how to" pull the wool over tho
eyes" of the unsuspecting, and 'whe'iviiile - appar.
- ently going with the i , - detiniersOf,"' arc 'really
leading flhn• by tho nose t:vith the utmost corn:,
pineeneY_: To prove this let any ours refer to the
Preceding,' of lute ' democratic" county meetings
and - conventions. in this and some of our neigh.,
boring counties., '..
..._.... - . '
For some Linio Raist no no has raised a greater
outcry against the Governor than the Aditor or
the Perry County Democrat. According to his
version of the state of feeling there, the Governor
was without a single - adherent in the whole coon..
ty, and at a county meeting held lately no plan
dared say aught in his 'fiver, on pain of sharing
the same lbw as Porter himself! flow have,mat
ters resulted there? At a convention' liel l jtwo
weeks since, conferees were appointed and in
structed to lute for Judge Black, 'a
for Congress, - instead 'of the Hon. Jesse
known to be apposed to Porter! • The (het of
fudge Black being a Porter .man is well shown.
by the conferees who were appointed—the ono be
ing a •fellow Associate with him on the bench,
another being a late Prothonotary under tho Gov.
urnor, and another the Editor of 'an avowed Por
ter paper, the Newport Standard ! What strong
er prima facie evidence of Judge Black's Porter
.could be necessary! 'Tho Perry Freeman.
.says of the Convention,—" It appears to its that
the Porter •party have succeeded the County
Convention. The superior adroitnesS and tidbit
ty of the distinguished friends of 'the great Kick
spun. hare, in our opinion, obtained.a triumph
Wheth _edge Rlaralis—perieiirifly—friendli- . -tir - -
Governor Porter or nut we eirtricit"Pbsitively say.
But we'. nevertheless believe he is. Ile owes his
present Judgeship solely-to the Governor. Unas
sisted by a single petition in his behalf, JUdge
Black was preferred by the Governor to several
,were well recommended for the
saute office by many-citizens of this comity. And ,
why ? They were, in all probability; kindred
spirits.' May they not be so yet T To us it makes
And how stands the matter in Cumberland
county.? Here, as in Perry, the mass of the par.
tythiek they'riMeppositg Porter . , while iii reality,
by the management of their leaders they are on.
wittingly su<Wining him in every thing! Altho'
the" regular" party, as - neighbor Sanderson's rite.
lion term themselves, have been positively brow.
heat into silence with regard to Gov. Porter by
the resolute and persevering opposition of the An
ti Tax party, yet the secret management of their
leaders enables Gov. Porter, to effectually accom.
plish all he desires ! What were their conferees
to nominate a member of Cebgress? All Porter
men as far as we can learn! And what their
delegates to the State Convention to homing° Ca.
nal Cinnmissiuners ?. Every one of them Porter
men; the Senatorial delegate being no less than
Mr. Graham, the Prosecuting' Attorney of this
County! And thus has Govcrnor_Portcr. mana .
god. With apparently, the people of,the whole
State arrayed against lain, yet so effectually has
he accomplished his objects that we believe the
State Convention to nominate Canal Commission.
ors will he found to have a majority of his Mends,
and succeed in nominating a Bp . ard friendly to
Rhode Island Election.
The election in Rhode Island on Tuesday week,
resulted in furor of tho "Law and Order party,"
by a greater majority than In April List. AleuLiru.
Cranston and Potter, the Whig, or "Law taint Or.
ihir" eandidstes,rtroeleeted to Congresu by large
ninjoritics. Wocongratulate thu true friends o
constitutional freedom upon this glorious, victory
Rhode Island richly deserves the honOr and Brat
itudo of the Union fur the firmness with which
she has' withstood the furious peltings of revolu
tion add anarchy in its worst forms, and by which
alone the has enabled truth, virtue, correct prin
ciples and the laws, to triumph over ono of the
most portentous combinations of error and pre
judice, selfishness nod delusion, by which free fd
stittitfuns were ever threatened with destructiot.
. Tyler in New Jersey!' •
The Princeton (N. .1.) WhiCiays, tlio Tyler
leaders in that district have succeeded in nomi
nating George Sykes for Congress. Übe could
be elected there would be Iwo Tyler men in tho
The Goillhofine at Work!
n"..llis AceidOney, Mr. Tyler, is going• at the
world of removals in good earnest. Hon. Levi
Lincoln has been 'removed 'him' the Collector Ship
of Boston, and Robert Rantoul, jr., a prominent
and rabid iocofbeo, appointed in his stead. The .
Postmaster has okso been removed and Nathaniel
Greene, thOOld Inetigibent, ruinstate l d'. A groat
Many country Poiltdaiters. in Massachue.tts and
Now YOrlt are also heingiremoved.
The Madisoitian intimates also that -it is the
determination tomako a largo sweervin'tho pub.
lie offices at 'Washington, , Tyler is evidently
making headway. in the locofoco ranks, and will
bother them a good deal in. their National'Con
. , . . . . .. .., . ._ .. . ,
0 ,- It . is ?aid that the Meclemichane, lately
'aintehaed in NorrietOwn to iniprisiaMnent,'hatin
been prirdoned by the ,:i'vernoil `pardons r0.',,,
themn acintunereiii . lately that we 'ha:ire . iet-tire'd
of - publishing them:. ' •': .•• '.: o -, 3/, r.: •i. .1 i
t: . The; Saturday - Courier, a‘ sound•.family patior
speaks strongtron thysubjeet.:i The Editor ann.',
eludes oho of his late articles by: ettylov-' 7 ,, Tlke
.11(1.0.4*cri9r77th° spread, of nAt#,ger,xfielpi:
involdi,ioi, i . 9 iorlei; end all other great*;erimes;
are Most ohyintittly'onthetk'advinee t „ We any it to ;
lio lifiitt tlt 44-ligitt; ' llia ' il4ifillitti 4 Riticii
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Lhni 571411 jvould throw wide open our
pbrts to forei , improductiolis,4ithritirduticsitheirs
remaining closed to us, or our admission allowed
only upon tlic condition of high duties and severe
restrictions, which would compel n resort to di.
rect 'taxation, hiatend of llio Custom-house, to
supply the want's of the Federal Treasury ; and
which would leave our domestic industry unpro.
tected, and exposed in an unequal contest with
the rival produeti6ns of foreign powers, I am tit:
terly and irreconcilably opposed. I had hoped
and supposed, that all would have cheerfully ral
lied around a tariff, whicli, seckiug•tn' supply the
Treasury with an adequate revenue, for nn hon.
est and economical administration of' the Govern.
metal, should at the same time, incidentally, by
proper discrimination, extend reasonable protcc
•tion to such brancheS of our domestic Industry
as needed it:" That is all which is now 'asked or
insiMed upon. Rut even that.moderate and cqui.
table basis. for the final settlement of this groat
and vexed qtiestion, encounters strong and decid
The Mechanic Arts, from the commencement
of the operation of our present Constitution, have
constantly enjoyed sonic degree of protection from
Government, in tho form of duties imposed on
tabrics of foreign Mechanics; and I think it
ought to be continued.
WO respect to the strition which that portion
of our population engaged in mechanical pursuits
ought to occupy in the United States, I think
that all citizens, native and naturalized, without
any regard to their respective vocation; should
enjoy such consideration in society, as is duo to
their intelligence, their industry, sobriety and
gensiral deportment. -.
Nyith cord:al acknowledgment, gentlemen, for
the sentiment's of esteem• and ennlidence, which
you havo douo trio the honor to express towards
me, I not your friend
• and obedient servant,
• 11. CLAY.
c• - 3 -The N. Y. Tribune revives the following
scrap of history to show 'who were once the sup
porters of Protection to American Industry:.
In I 828—filtcen 3icars ago—the higliat tariff
ever framed in this country was imposed—far
higher and more protective than the present. IL
was passed by a Congress Jackson in both branch
es, though most of the anti-Jackson men support
ed it. It was framed by Silas Wright, voted for
by hint and Malt Van &hen, along with most
of the Jackson if - winters from New York, Penn
sylvania and Ohio—for it had not then bean dis-
Covered this side of rho Potomac that it is 'Fede
ral' to uphold American - against - foreign intereatti .
and foster American labor. Soon after Congress
adjourned, lion. Henry Baldwin—then a promi
nent Joel:son ;tariff member front Pittsburg, Pa.,
now a Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court—liana
cd through Citieinnati,•and this mune Deliaocra
cy' had a locating and a public dinner to•du him
honor for his efficient aid in carrying that same
high protective tariff.' They styled themselves
"Fite friends of General Jackson isid Dome:tic
Manuilicture,' and Messrs. Dawson, Dr. Duncan,
&c. &c., figuired as leaders and toast-makers:"
QThurlow Weed, Esq., the talented Editorbl
the Albany Evening Journal; who is now travel
ling in England and givindhis.rdadere soma very
interesting letters, says in his last, that he inter'.
ded calling upon Charles Dickens while in Lon.
don. Before calling, however; he road some of
the latest chapters of Martin Chuzzlcivit, and the
indignation excited by_theso coarse, ungrateful
and stupid caricatures of onr
determined hint, as ho says, to indefin i tely post.,
pone the visit.
TlieHarrislierg Union boaks over Edgccemb
county, North Carolina, as . tho, .11anner county!
of Locofocoism, it having given 1406 Loco. nt
jority, out of 1618 votes l Thi!spolitoo; darknese
in accounted for • by the well attested fact,that.ot
5,694' whito perono over 20 years of ago, 2,634
can heither road Or' write Eoin: years ago also
sisient afpublidsehO'olsivini rejected • by - 1(vOto
of 1,075 to 165 i --- Ohr:OpOoriiints'
coed ;and gloryid their. en&qte suCh:Wcpun: ,
try. .1.; .: .
A hid minted. john SPMei;'sed Spider; 'of
Kendal, ,CArleans ‘ , counts, New Yorlf,:•wbile ,
gaged hi Weil 'nee tbreshiai biaoh,Me:oti,Tseir.`
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dere as • wee , s ppe in o o mac e sem
a: sesfrold,..ted .cvas` SO' dreadfully . Matigled,-that
be; cifed,*three,boare itiea 'oUlwaleige - Was
aqVu:tVeil *foY9.: III P depth
was siateen geese (IN,
The late Nett , Jorieiirigedy lir piotfribir
9f'dcve)9 l3 : l P4ti,? 4:X . 904 11 149(y e Ar 410,4
from bepen barn ilign rowan .: ail r'
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.justitlitOltoriied as, eXprossing !.
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lightenedis Tie IA iatai atra Piphaitefit'i•plitihat'
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t','Ai#l,94lo. l +l,duly . • Jiceived,, your,- leiter r i e•
qttestiOoy„pieitorit viesis as to the station that
,Pittitl49#lliclif - piiition.ial tier `population should
eteelyt,tretithe,llitited-.States, and also as to the
. .01,tAKI:li'Oti9bIttni' had' occasion publicly
:,aitfiritiiia7,4 tiftiniens,' on ,tlicao Matters, I. take 1
. pletistire‘ln' O titnninica,ting,tlicrn to you, ,
' , ;:lt - litileaftviYittiiiaailatl.to' ine;_gentlemen, that
the ItieWitt iitliiitr4teting , our' common goltertu -
I I mont would, net'lie. ‘ Vo.l4 , * . dilliqult, if h nealy,,lib
bialitialid.taintidiablii:lnfoirriation w ro carried
into the Publiiidatincils. It wiiik„j . tituted .to
promote the public prosperity, by a aithfuloxer.
else of the poweis granted• by the Conatttedion.
All parts . of the Union; and all the great interests
of the country, should therefore feecive the paren.
lel 'tore and attention of the government. No
one section, and no one interest should desire or
expect to engross its exclusive regard.
The 'main ' pillars of society'arb "Agriculfure,
Conimerce, including Navigation; and Manufac
tures, including the Mechanic. Arts. Owing to
the peculiar position of the United States, Agri.
culture requires - Iv little protection., and that
• confined to a few branche's MIL his otherwise
with the other two interests. They•require some
protection against the selfish legislation and the
rivalry of foreign powers, which, to make it ben.
elide! and Obi:teal, should possess two qualities,
moderation. and stability, intimately • connected
with each other. Without moderation, other in
terests would feel that they had been unjustly
dealt by, disiaitiSfliction would 'ensue, and that
stability in legislation so desirable in all busi
ness and pursuits, would not be served.
Protection to Manufactures and Commerce' is
in fact, whatever it may bo in • form, encourage.
went to Agriculture. The cultivator of the soil
is coesemous of the great advantages of having
alongside of him the •Blacksinith, the Wheel
wright, the Saddler and Harness-maker, the Tai
lor, the flatter, the Shoemaker, the Cabiriet-ina
ter; arid Mesons and Carpenters. Ilia comforts
and I heir's are both incrersed by such proximity,
and they are enabled to augment their respective,
productions.. IltiVor.whitC tivail would it he to
multiply • them without Chinineree, - foreign mid
domestic, whose office is to diStribute the surplus
produce of Agrieulture and of the tithries of the
Mechanic and Manufacturer ?
I tun so far a friend to free trade as to think
that; within the limits of the union, it shoeid b 3
entirely unfettered, and. perfectly equal between
all interests and all parts of our count!. . Lli o
A Proper Spirit.
A Dieudillitt Deitift."
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marrielliijilt e id
theine:reatiotot7'specieV-pfnduced by thia`.#l:44t."3..
thin tbntre'who donaticKthe'measure Itaelffr.
-In any ,man in,Antertea g 3 se,,A ! ..,,rp,astin why'spa
cia should 'boiriereased hyltukifirtation from a.
of goods, which:formerry;Wein exchanged for our
product' That the -balince',Of trader hits been
turned / in our; faitir by' titti..Tatiff, and 'that only,
is a fact, ne longer dismitiid . by , the free trade the.'
orbits ortliwAtlantic CitieB:'', 4 Tito fact recently
stated by - us-as exhibited ~heforo.tho,J3ritisfi Par;
liament, is so conaleslve enitbialeint, that no ono
can any . longer.doubt the deoisivdinfluence of the
American tariff, in•restoring a favorable balance,
and in giving a free scope and,profitahlo employ.
anent to Amcricazi•MeChanical - genie's throughout
the world. Look at two of theim facts, in dollars
British exports to the U. States in •
1836, . • - 860.656 - 524
Do. 17 220 578
do. in 1842,
Reduction $43 •ih.s' 949
NTlig-Tiunount of Brithili goods imported into
this country in 1842, thcii, is teas by forty odd mil
lions of dollars, than it waiiin the crisis year_of
lE3,$. 'The reduction in our iota! 'foreign im
poilations, as compared with that year, is nearly
double this great sum !
No principle of Political Economy is more In: :
controvertible than that our debt to foreign no.
lions could he paid in no oiler way. We bad not
the gold and silver to spare. And unless we had
restricted the importation of foreign goods and
fostered our Do*spa Industry, we never could
have paid. We never could have resuscitated
credit in the least degree. Our Government and
State's would have been still depressed. Our Man.
ufhctures•in ruin: Money at high interest; and
lire same cArcer of disaster, which marked the
era.of 1337 ; to 1841, hove continued .to
diminishing our own selkonfidunce and the re
speet of foreiEn nations.
Wu Imo now restored a foundation for a Ns
.Is More any rersonnblo man .
vim expects to do away with papor.monoy ?- Is
Icra any reasons a man who thinks that the
Currencies of ;twenty-six States- and six hundred
Corporations is better than' that of the Notion's 7
Tho signs of the times indicate returning politt.
cal sanity. Men wino 'Tallier from. the loss of
reason, usually do it very suddenly. It'is not
I inpossiblo the American people may recover from
the delusions of passion; and with their retnnied
Faculties, investigate and act upon political prob
lems, with tho same wisdo . mand decision which
eliaracterizmil the days of Washington and ',Wadi:
The Salem, Alabama, Free Press, gives some
further particulars of the murder of Mrs. Mary
Anne Chapman. It is stated that during her hus
band's absence from home, she was by sonic
means enticed by the negrocs into a corn-field
about 1.50 or 200 yards from the house, and there
murdered by one of them, by means of a rope
thrown over the neck in a running noose. After
being thus strangled, she was carried to the op
posite side of the field, dragged over the fence so
violently as-to leavO some of her hair torn out
upon the rails; end thence taken some GO yards
further into a thicket, and the body then con•
cealed under the bark and rotten pieces of an old
The Free Press adds:—"Much excitement, we
understand, was produced by the circumstances,
and at a meeting of some •100 or 500 citizens,
the question WllB Submitted whether the ncgroe
should, be burnt upon the spot of the Murder.—
Much to their credit, however, it. waP agreed that
the law shotdd be• permitted to talco its course,
and the negrocs were accordingly committed. to
A serious affray occurred at Elkton, Maryland,
on Wednesday, between Anior P. For Ward; a
lawyer of that village, formerly a Locofoco mem
ber of the Legislature, and Palmer C. Ricketts,
editor of the Cceil Whig. A misunderstanding
had existed between the parties for a considerable
time, and Forward had threatened to cowhide
Ricketts., The loiter was leaving the post office,
When lib was nict by Forward, who seized him by
both arms; Ricketts disengaged himself and drew
a revolving six barrelled pistol, from which ho
discharged four balls, the'fiest , missing, the latter
three taking effect in his antagonist's body, eau's:
ing death Boon after. Ricketts immediately gave
liimsrlf up to abide the laws of his country, and
Was taken into custody by the Sheriff:
(0 - The Ilon. Alcco Lebrancho and Mr. Hues
toil, editor 'of the Baton Rouge (La.) Gazette,
?ought a dual with double-barrelled guns, near N.
Orleans on the 19th ultimo—distance forty yards.
Mr. H. fell mortally wounded, the ball entering
his, left side and passing through his body. Mr.
Labranche has just been elected a member of
Congress. He should never ho allowed to take
his seat in that body;.Orio who himself Sets the
laws of God and man at defiance, is not fit'to
make rules for the observance oi-others.
03-On litondaY evening" of ;last Week, Ed.
ward Evan's, son of one'or the inost'pronii:
neat 'merchants- of Philadelphia, committed
tide by shooting himself through the head with a
pistol. He had gone home from a meeting of the
democratic delegation much intoxicated, and his
wifo and iinothorl lady after, taking off, hip :coat
and Louts, persuaded hitri to ho BObn of
tit' he had rdrine so, the 'report. of i4i l star Wee
hoard, and:Mnin going to hiin the body WeettoUnd
iu:tho position !which 'death cam'o upon the
graspingitm,pistol.,, He die as
the tool dieth„n-
s • l'.Ptrofilitei '
112r.1 , Vfigisp,o9p, of bta ;lottisro,from. England
: •.. .Apotiretitimr .. ltritcKtrtit with Ittrpr t hti . .!!tir , l3,
breach"sktther,thartilm f th otocTvapciaa. i 0463
PP` 41 ' r " I R /T IO N1 ! 1 - 1 ", /1 ?)*: , .0 ° . 1 at,r ;6 4 , '4 1,
inoh„_c 'o4plykicc,i..lKAoogeis4xwi ngungf i.
Abo'4oo ll 3etivortint6w 0P, 01114 # 116 40 14 ' 6 04
40 10 01 ** 40 , 1 Pi 0 t h e ; 40 1 444 1 44 ' i
440 r PiA li ril d riZo ll :' ,o9 oY4 4 9r i l l ff
' 0 Pri/OTPfri 130 0APAII ,fvd4s4,
eJOI 044104, tsi4
iolli****oo*tto T Alitati,#,
aa'S r peaking of the politics of the day, the
Cincinnati Chronicle says the position of parties,
fm!'ilie next two years, will be st;Mething like
Midshipman Easy'. duel—triangular. The re
sults of the election. have demonstrated that tho
various branches of the' Government will be held
thus:—President, Tyler; Senate, 'Whig; House,
Loco Foco. This is a very good arrangement,
excepting the difficulty . in the, order of
Heretofbre both the President and the Loa:locos'
have fired on the Whigs, which is not aliogether
4 i nitable. Suppose the Lycos fire oh the Presi
dent, the President on The Whigs, and the Whigs
on the Locos. This is likely to be the case, at
least in part; for the Globe and its coadjutors are
making-a furious war on the President, to keep
him out of their camp, where he would make as
much mischief as Samson's foxes among the
fields of the Philistines. The Madisonian is
equally busy . upon the Whigs, and thO
Senate .will take care to cheekinate them - both 'in'
their misehiegmaking projects. '
It appears' from a statement inthe Clinton
County Whig, flint Wit.non, Got. For.
' E .00lieefor atlimmovur g , jap d e c i .;l
the amount of 55,59953: Another evidence
of the plundering propensities of tlic present Lo
cofoco administration. • -
czyrhe rece nt
, .LocoSoco - Convention in So
merset t ounty, denounced the late Bankrupt Lars
as a most 'airfield's 'iriCasuro of Whit; rascality.
It happens (hat one of the Committee which re
ported this resolution and fissure] of the - Delegates
who had adopted it had themselves taken the ben.
fitof very law.
Cbilvention of Colored People..
A N'ationn I 'Convention of colored men was
held at BMW°, New York, some time - ogo. All
the nnn.slave holding States, and several of the
others, were represented by 75 delegates. The
object was to devise means to elevate the condi•
lion of their race. The Gazette says the pro
ceedings were every way creditable, and exhibited
An address to the. colored people was ndr.pted,
making, we lc . arn from the Newark 'Advertiser, a
stirring appeal to them for action in the great
cause of self-clevation and selradvarnanmeni, and
chewing that all other causes of their debasement
may be removed except that of color. A corres
ponding committee of two from each State was
appointc,l, with power to call future conventions,
etc., and resolutions were adopted forth' circu
lation of petitions to Congress fie the 'abolition of
slavery in. the District of Columbia and in the
Territories, and against the annexation of Texas,
&c. Mr. Haman, of Philadelphia, presided.
The New York Observer, states, that the RCM
dent from thii established Church of Seol land, are
about to send n delegation to this' country for pe.
cuniary aid. Mr. Baird had just retorted from a
visit to Scotland, where he was surpriscd'to find
the seceders, now mg:Mind as ' The Free Church
Of Scotland,' so numerous and making such pre
' ;rem Already 470. pastors had given up their
places, and ho thinks the number ofongregations
will soon reach 709. The Wesleyana and ether
independents in England render them aid. Up
wards of_ a million of .dollars had bCen subscribed
in the Kingdom, to enable them to build churches
found a Seminary, &c. But much more is need. ,
ed. Some 80 young men are preparing for the
Ministry, which is deficient in numbers.
co• The Duke of %Veiling in•tho nous° of
Lords, in remarking upon the loss of revenue on
spirits, recently stated A considerable portion
of this :reduction had, no doubt, been owing to
the Tomparance"Sociely which had been estab.
Hilted throughout Ireland,[hear, hearfortunates
ly established, ho would say, [loud chcers]—and
. 1w thought it highly 'desirable that the temperance
system should be encouraged as much as possi
• /RISII ENTAPII.—III Belltlrbet Chilrellyard, Ire
land, is tho following inscription:—"Here lies
John Higley; whose father and: mother were
drowned' in their passage from .America, Jlad
they both lived they would hive been 'buried
,Lgeoroeiiism truntin g aon county :
had a reitilat blow up at their County Cut vention
attempt Was made to nominate candidates
ftiendly to the Govoittori who was iii Ifuntingdon
himself, to regulate matters. The anti-Porter
faction proved strongest, and nominated T. P
Campbell and E. Bell, as' candidates for the Le:
gialatere.„ . , ' •' ." ~ ; •
Bair:m*llmm Sirrrai.L=lf. there he any per
- • .. • • • •
goneyhe- honcsil,y_doubi r(lko trot!' of the .13ree
drettitan syeteni, we; would entreat themto 'pod
!ler ; urn' )e'theifirllowing - foot : . '
- The food taken from tho stuineeh is converted
Itito blood, which vitafetrearn flo'vring
the.randfleations of the.sytgrn; not 'oily' iniPiri,l
strenkth, and continues lifopmt actually,
forme, and biiilda
_'up,each end : every. NO. of the
If thit . blOod; tlierelbro; is pure
and hesitl.y,lho body ; i'h.bichluh:fortned fiOsii - and •
sii'peorted bit the hloOdi cannot .'be ,diteased. If
thiralis a single pain or. ache in any ,pott, i it proven'
viOntve. no health.
oto to , loY l4 ',Ob4Ytt 444 4 t•.;: t :, ;
'qenW,Moltiothiction'itiftioiltrim - hiat
yfa r le
eti jy, °Ono thoy. aro 4 0 4 i
JI M 4444°, 4,a spreading btotithao l l ionselitent
_,_ 411) 0 /91gt4Pla ' 1 40446
' 4 pelove4collintrt
1.19 . 11a0 for thifsolo the allot* i•ohuklAo'llille 10,
Nsw 4 roilrifgorg4, romiwo,y; rl I t
'7•4'l l o l. '. l ‘s.' 4Pa triltrAflainfttiitt
t r i a -1:1 2
app . 4 , 447MF.T.
lvtiolipteciiiilgalt*ikttitOtotis , l . i"4...
'eidift#lo;i4i44loo;'4.**ii: - iiitianeii
4 iii,itiogliiii.witigg4iiit' r rei - thegrerit States
"141':.., , A.V.: 1 4;!-!• , '-'r'ir' . .: - .. - ' , '
•: . :.:.;:41.7.'...'5;..' , ' ' • . .- ~'
'. '. 4 !.lnifi.he sprltig Of o i El 14;.we ' hail the pleasure
I.: 6 Po l lgitreq 6 Witiitil;!Nof'"ivitit,llitTlat ~,,,,
1 Uttillt.lnt,luitit,willn,,,, AtieF ,a,:riuornl :lc,
, a .
. -t ifitiitid been iStriblisheiaMinig sthe . itrigioi
; , : , itlitel,iltlitrel , aWay the time intint.iiitUie
41,44.015 #o!Oi , tn,l,nio 4: grime of Cards ? ' iii
,ieli....ortti;of tivi'ittiniliOr was requestedidinvild.
.the ingittitieti we's given;:
*ii l 44ii " .a4h.iiio 4ll frVina 119149.'' , ,` , 11 1' ° i 4 1 i
Wai;l.ik ' ' ''% ; " l9 lliiiiddeti:Cliiipreirliteii"ertfg:
filial lii4Jl,hritch ig_h%iii4hrii" ' l eoliiiiihVigle':thd ,
dignified doPeitm 'Luc ono eiitiilid tit rage f aq• 1
vic , ii , f ` . .etrinced, , at once, a detcrmitir — iil -- t;ii,Pi? - I:l . .ri:;elsli'.
gage in the game. , Excuse me, gentlemen,*l,
.1:-'hirro not' glued a , game of any liinifAir
hazard for. Mere than ,twelver years,lind:r:i4e*:
this - occasion to warn you nil . ,:to . avoid a'pidelitg:
destructive of asth3d namd f and drawing .. atleefe
mill consequences of incalculable magnitude., :In
gather days it 'was my' misfortune, owing to , it.,
lively and ard ent
, temperament, to fall into this
vice, and to a considerable extent, and no ono can
lament 'more sincerely the evil and the conse
quences of it, than I do. These have followed
me' into nearly all the walks of life, and though
I have long since abandoned the pernicious prac
tice which led to them, it seems the, they will
never abandon me." " ',..- ' '
Scott Isla WoutatiOn.
Tar1 0 ;':• - •,: -
' • ~„ „.. , , .
0 11130 , 11 44'f'4 1 1-0.,, 2 „, ~W , Atik . ttn li !Mi lf
upoo ,, ivkiiff:Edliais te7. 4 '.uttAß ''AuYl!*!. 4 .lu . w4 Oll ,
,line '!:4 lcieOftieUfieni—'P,'i-AAlo?o}`:f .;' ' . f 1'..,:i;
••••.• iiittN*Mti , 'i%diilP,w;llo)Vlit , *CifEhililtr,:tii
country'.,prosporod;. - ,i.T.V . ,';'..f",..,V.
~, , .1 • •
~24,:Tha :when tho tarilr''..wAs.ttikop 0r . ,. the
countfoOOrtmo cmhStioesed; ' - ‘, - - ^ '
4,.,...th0 ttir or •i q 'again
i' tdioiYtio'titisitiOts . 3 , `Of the ea , 141 ,Vins to im.
r . ;',. r . , :'
~,-.,- , r
~',lth'• ',pat the Whig:doctrin is tidisr; Oil:oldish
bdi that'prices'of goods do n t riie - ikYay in.
e'rodidnrtin'S' ---------- tho!-tariftiti inmir •hiiher
'theta irelB4o, and goods sheaperi . . •-, ' • '
" 501,..11tu.Lotofogo candidates for Congress in.
!tB4l4lf.'elelediA repeal, or so .Modifk the tariff
.;:,0,i.14: - .1.,
.I , ,94`.'ol',o'ffica ? ''' l lj`ilit..thr:oti-. iii. , : . ip . " top' portion to .
itio'ititiatiee . :or thertitriff,;4l yailding•up u Mar,
Acui.A.huinu .. ;.;- ‘ 7,,t,.;•4!,!.. , ,, f. ?? , ~ ': ,
, ' . 70 , Th0t , . Floni,l4and his' been for a month
' , lir twolittat, one dollarliigh.4o 'New Ymlic than
an.4inerpoot;anil that ~tlll'ilit.•,niainly attributed
~ ,tii;.therfoot_thet.inimUftietririMe,have.bceni p eit into
:pp,Oition ky - tholnerbaso iit the .tariff; thereby .
furitisbink a'hinii - market; .
811i,' , 4'hat'rie Locofoco dare dony these facti. .
;brTh• trial of iiiseph Carter, for the murder
of Mr. "John Costner, of Warren county t New
Jersey, on the Ist of May last, has commenced.
The evidence relied on to convict him is under•
stood to be entirely. circumstantial. This
it will bo recollected, is suspected of having mur
dered a whole family, consisting ofJuhn B. Parks,
his sister and her husband, Johu Castner, and
their cl ild.
' .9 . .XPECTORATIT. - I.ook at
tality, and you will find that Consumption is more
destructive to human life in this country than any
other disease. Wemll know that cough, like the
warning of the rattle snake, always precedes., as well
accompanies, this terrible icotirge. It is a (air pre
gumption that every cough may terminite
naiy disease if not checked early:mid where the risk
is so great, the danger so iminciient, it is astonishing
that individuals should be found mad enough to neg
lect the means of en:. Dr. Jayne's Expectorant ..
von be • readily procured in any - Part of the United
States, and the cx peri eace and voluntary testimony of
thousandi, the results of cheMicaLimalysig, and the
decisions of professional men who stand in tee first
rank. of science, all point it out as the best
preparation ever Invented Icy man. for the core - of all
diseases of the lungs, chest, windpipe, and other or
gans connected with the process of respiration. It
is used in regular 'practice by the most celebrated
physicians of the day.
Attention ! _The Colonel is Coming!
AVA WAGE, a Iltiformed Drunhard, from
will lecture xl the following named
placce in blunt betland and Franklin -enmities on
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
For sale at J. I.OUI)ON'N Cheap Dooksto're,
few doors East of the Cat 01Hee. , Main
;Arm, Cats (old .Ftsarl,
A general assortment of Religious; Mis
cellaneous, School & Blank Books,
consisitno. ' in part of Family, School, Octavo size
and l'ocket Iflides, - of various kinds and Binding,
Ileory's commentary on the old and new Testa•
3 vole. Rovel 8 vo. Doddridge's •Family Expoai
tn, complete in ono vol. Royal b vo. Duck's
Throlngical Dictionary, fiNt 4 vols. Dick's wor k s
in 1 vol Royal 8 so., also Dick's works coin.
plot.: in 7 vols., ryllers Universal History,
tin's Ancient History S robs., Napices . History of
the. Potiosirla Wars vols. Royal d wt.,
Sons Ornithology in 1 12 1110. colored Plates,
lino Turkey Binding, Aitken and Frosts British
Poets 2. vol's. Also the 11d vol. a continuation
lately published, (from Southey to Croly,) Arndt's
true Chi istionity, translated. from the German by'
Rev. J. N. Hoffman, now Pastor of the Lutheran
Church of this place. Ala, Lutheran, Methodist,
Presbyterian find Winebrenarion Hymn Books.
Also the different Aritlimetiek's & Keys, Smiths
Mitchell,., Olney n and Huntingdon's Geegra plats.
and Atlases, Algebra, Philosophy, Astronomy,
Geometry, Grammars, Expositors, &e. Angel's
No. 1,2, 3, 4,5 and 6 Readers, Cobbs Readers and
Table. Books. Also Ledgers, Day Books, Dockets,
Receipt Books, Memorandum Books, &c.,
also on hand different articles of Stationery as
follows: Writing': Letter, Note and Deed Paper,
Visiting Cards, Sunk Penknives, Silver and Lend
Pencils, States, Wafers, Mathematical 'lnstro.
Gun,tor's Scales, Dividends, Sand Boies,
Inkstands of svorions kinds, extra fine Paint, Vic.
tons Pens, Black Sand,hlack and red Ink Powder,
Sable and Camel flair Forfeits, Bristol Board, wa.
ter colour, Music Paper, Port Folios, Lithographic
Prints, Pocket Maps, Albums, Blank Cards, large
office and transparent Wafers, Fancy colored Pa.
per, Opaque & ularified Quills,Fancy Ilexes, &c.
Also, Violins, Flutes, Fits, ad other Books and
Stationery too tedious to mention. Also Sunday
School Books and Tickets, Hymn Books, &c.
WALL PAPER AND
f Impeder quality manufactured by Belresc.Son
nd Blanchard, Phila. The subseriber has Pattern
books, containing specimens of fine and common
Paper, and can procure in a few days notice any
of the different patterns the purchaser may require,
Ho also carries on the
Book Binding' Biashavis
in all its various t branehes,where ho manufactures
Ledgers, Day Banks, Dockets arid blank books of
every description, and quality superior to those
made in the city fur country markets ; also old
Persons. wishing to tavo their old books re:
o bi served at a moderate price, 'and be
thus enabled to preserve many valuable books that
might otherwise be •
Writing and Lettlr Paper at.'l2i and 25 cents
per Quire. 4. LOUDON.
August 9, 1843. „ 11.41
TEACHERS - WANTED.
SEVEN ,TEAEkIERS are wanted for the Corn
moo Schools in Frankforil township. 1 'he .I.lnard
of Directors will inner at Onwman'a Store, in maid
township, on Saturday dui filth of September next,
at to'clock. , P. M.; when and where Teachers .en,,
apply in peraonlor the situations. - Schools are
to be opened on or about the tat of October. .:
. ...„ WlLLlAM,MeetrEA43earetury,
, Auguit 23, ..‘ , so.
T o pr b e°4itz,VO4•l7l7tutV: b t li alleaLfonSe"p'e.
tember next, o'clockin the afternoon, of mid
d?y, to the,higliestand best bidder' ti
containing abotit :ISdifircitittfigs, 7 'hlud, situate on
She ' , Start sOing, one mileSoptkurCallist,o,cgulli
tionti:atiyde thd i owtier. ,
.' 4 N1) 3 11 %V ,
gOper a„ gildop
pro 4RA (o,,,p r io . •
ttii 0 00 61 1:0 0 40 d4'
OtiotOi'Otobiliq.iik)lo hi! 4 4r 1 / 9 1'0 0
r * i g t4t6t014019 0:4 40 0 .4 . 01 K/ 44 kq:''A
eitliiiNtiiiV ; il,o44 E/100,1/41...`,.72i.
110 •t•••• ,, 800K5 , ..' , 100ti"
• AfAtri4troLey , -6Jixtr
tHEArst . gOtiVIAND:'
: , .Eait.itipii. , ii,044,..vh404.!0,04 10 • 10 °a : jaw ,. I,
Wheie are kept Constittqlkoti hand n general asioet:i
input or • Theological.,,Chiss,ical -and Mircelltu.eouir
Meeks; togethet=with:all4l4-:cheitp:.korks 'and beet
Magazines pnblititted 9u Nev e 1 otlt St Philadelphia
Also en Itantl,hr illfdntity'ofwiill buunilquatto Bibles;
propektionOtireltenpl good Letter and;Wilting Pa
.per nt t,qp4litr quite. ,
500 .r kind -from 8 - 616'
cents KNBIEIDLEtt,ik ,}!uprrEß.
carnife,46l4Bt 16;1843. • "
N. IL Books which they have nakpi, halal when
celled for can ,be furoished at a ietifeirdaranotioe.
FARMS. FOR -SALE'
111 i HUNTINGDON COUNTY,-PA.
0 IX FARMS are offered for solo, each cont.:in
t...7 ing about 250 Acres of. fine • . D.
• Limestone and Ohoeolatn , Land;
well Watered and improved, with a due'proportion
of wood,' situate on tho 'State Road in Trough
Creek Valley, 6 miles from.the Rayetown Branch•
of the Juniata and Chileciatstowniaborit-7 from• .
tho Tub-mill Gap, 13 from , CainifbelPir Lodk on'
the State Canal, and 20 from.McConnelleburg•and•
the town of Huntingdon.. They ardMirroundedi
by a respectable and Shriving.' population, eatab.
lished more than 50 years since; and 'aro' near to'
several Iron works, which afford Markets for the•
produce of this fertileand beautiful valley.
For inforniation, apply to Mr; James Glasgow; •
Coffee-run P.O. Huntingdon county,.Fa..df
1V ~llia Broad.top-P.--0,---Huntirigdon
county, Pa., who will show the premises; to Jos. •
11. Townsend,•3o9 Arch street, Philadelphia.
JOHN HARE POWELL; Phila.
August 9, 1843. tf 4I
• SSLEMZEIZZCIVS ,
To the Electors of Cumberland county.
ry, M.LOW-CITIZENS : I offer myself to your
r consideration as a candidate for thu office of
of Cumberland cou n ty. Should Ihe elected I will
endeavor to discharge the duties of the office with
fidelity and despatch. Yours, &c. -
• • JACOB lIEMMINGER.
Dickinson (p. June 7,184,3. Q , • .• to-33
- • • • --- •
o the Electors of Cumberland Co.
rf EL LOW-CITIZENS : I offer myself teYour
-L consfderation as a•candidate fur the
OFFICE OF SHERIFF,
at the ensuing general election. Should you' lect
me, I pledge myself to discharge the duties of
the alice to the hest of my
ADAM LONGSDORI'. •
Silver Spring,'April 12,1843 te.
To Ihe . Eleclors of Cumberland Co.
- g -- 1 - Er,i,.ow.ciTIZENS : I ciTcr nsyselftoyour
consideration as a candidate for the
. 0..• - •
not respectfully solicit your suffrages for the,
Rlllll . O. Should you elect rue, I shall endenver• to
discharge the duties, of the office faitliftilly and
imp irtially. SNIDER RUPLEI. •
Mechanicsburg, April la, 184:3.
tt 5 .
46 7 .
46 S .
To the Electors of Cumberland bounty.
WEI , LOW-CITIZENS: I offer my s elf
E. once more to y'nor consideration as a candidate
for the office or - - - • - •
SIIIC Nt F
firemowrinfilicounly o t
ou elect inv. I pledge myself to discharge the due
lies of the office to the best Of my ability.
.1 01 Si-.SOUitIIECK.
East. reemsliro? May 9.-1,1311. • - te-30
To Ilse Electors of C berland
Tr,lv.t,ll)%v..ctTrigss,-1 ()INT myself to your
en11.11 , 11:1 . 20(01 Ali a
OFFICE OF SHERIFF
of Cus:Aserlar4 couldr at the nest elettiou, and will
to s ou for sour support.
A NOIMIV ROBERTS.
To che, F etjors of comity:
it;lEL.T.owcrrizENs: Having determined \
la be a Clndida te for the
OFFICE OF SIIERIFF; •
I rogeretray solicit your support.
MICHAEL G. EGE.
517 10. 1543
To the Electors of Cumberland county.
FELLOW-CITY/MS: I -ofTer myself to
your consideration as a candidate for the
OFFICE OE SHEIIIIFF
of Cumberland county, and Phan be thankfill for
your suffracce. Should Ibe elected .1 shall cm.
denver to dischtirue the duties of the office with
fidelity and impartiality,
GEORGE 1110LTZ:; -
Eastpennshoro' tn. April 10, 1843, tc-82'
To the Voters of Cumberland Co .
FELLOW -CITIZENS: I offer my
wino, your comillersdion 1188 cstidhlate for the
oipricE OE surEuarr..
at the next gelCeral election, and respectfully solicit
'our votes fly the NUM!. Should You elect me I
shall endeavor to, dim:lune the duties thereof with
fidelity and impartiality.
. • DAVID FOREMAN
'Newton tp. April 19; 1343.. t •
To the Voters of Cumberland. Co.
GENTLEMEN: I offer mysetr us a candidate
OFFICE OF SHEIIIFF
orCuinlivrlaind county nt eta gencrol election, anti
will be thanktill km your suort.
JOHN p CORNMAN.
ent.liEle, April 19, 1843
To the Public Generally.
1161ELLOW.CITIENS AND FRIENDS; I
rcHneolfully inform you that I am a can
didate fortho .
4.1410 E OF SHERIFF
of Cumberland county, and should yOu think mo
worthy and elect mo as auch.nt the' nest generiti
'election, I pledge myself to use my hest abilities
to sbrTo you faithfillly. ' JAMES HOFFER.
Carlisle, April 12, 1843. ;
. ,7'o the Voters . ' of Cunaberlan . d Co.
riIgLLOW-CITIZENS t ' I beg leave to offer
lL myself to your consideration as a candidate
for tho 5 ' •
OFFICE . or suienlopr, •
at the general election, and shall ho thanktullee
your support. WILIAM* (40p1:1):
Carlisle; April .1% 1843; • .
To • the - .Elect° . rs , of . Citrithelop.
GENTLEMEN 'i announce m self
as a candidate for the' • . ' ;
OIVIE4CE OF, supaiier,:.,
at the next general eleedon. Shodid you honor
with . 4 majority of yourauffrUges I red& no w tei ,
disehargethe duties of the Ofilep ui fidelitf. • •
• ; ' ' • • TOOMA PAX'I ON.
S . outhivieidletonip, Apr4l9, 1843. ,- .425
•To Silo VOteira of • eutobeallaittd !
•,.Gio4rciaicsijLt kr ; Oa,
office !cesiiiIIIIPF IpionboliktiO'
••• ••••• ' !! 300,'•gu
• ayin be tbnobfultolou : •
2C184.3 , . • Artfl
To the voter; Qteum' horfrititi
of C P rn tk e t4M 4 Cogq,th. 04111 00 1 0atetendifieti..
ti q n . 4414 re 9 Pe0 11 , 011 cit793 11 Vrtit_fillould
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