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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - May 14, 1840, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaV . We give place to the following commune a cation on the principle that a to Napeah his thought a is every Freeman a rights a not that we agree with Quot the writer in every position he has taken or in the rent Eily forthe evils of a debased currency he has be think if the legislature would perform their ditty and introduce into the banking system those recommended by gov Porter in Hisun Nual message the evil would by remedied in a great to Cassie without resorting to a a fire Asuit system a As contemplated by our Friend. Monroe township May 7th 1840. Messes editors a under the. Present dilapidated things what Ai e the people ?-.they seem to become to buried. In waiting for a turn of affairs. Shall they a gain Louk Forward with pleasing anticipation of better and More successful prospects to the convening convention of the legislature on the 12th Day of May it May be their Hopes May be realized but their fears do still exist. Our great ones of the state during the sitting of the legislature last Winter promised much said a great Deal about Banks Money and monies matters bur after All their inquiries speculations and Ian Cifuni notions the times grew worse specie gradually went out of circulation Bank notes depreciated in credit and the Confidence of the people entirely lost. Now How is this evil to be remedied can there be no Way in which this forfeited Confidence May be restored and the Faith and courage of the people revived that our state May once More evolve from the vortex of insolvency and ruin in which it is overwhelmed. The governor has issued several proclamations medium of which the people have become perfectly apprised of the Low and depreciated condition into which the Commonwealth is involved debased and held in Defiance by . It. Does appear that she must now Fly for Succour to , whom Dur ring the last session she was endeavouring to bring in subjection. The Banks like All monies monopolies conscious of the poverty of the stats and their own Independence became inexorable determined to compel a compliance with and measures before assistance shall be Given. This is the things into which the people Are reduced through tie existence of that All perverting influence of parly spirit which when once it becomes so entirely corrupted As to consider nothing but party the interests of the Commonwealth the vital interest of the people must depart and the Prosperity of a nation full asleep. These Are facts that the times Are hard Money scarce labor scarce and no change to be had How then Are we to get along something ought to be done at the next meeting of lie legislature for the Benefit of All parties conditions grades Ami stations that the High the Low the Ricoli and the poor May become equal participants in proportion to their merits and could not a system which would be Alto Geilier Independent of he introduced to accomplish this All desirable object Thea legislature could enact a Law authorizing Treasury system to be established say in i exist so Ion. Every county of the state authorising them to Issue a certain sum of Treasury Hills redeemable at a specified time. This would answer a purpose that would give Relief not Only to the people hut place the Commonwealth in such a situation As to extricate itself out of its difficulties Independent of the Aid and assistance of Banks re establishing its credit and restoring the lost Confidence of the Peop Erin the Community. I-.4 subscriber. Meeting be big cd by the officers and a published in All the papers within tie Bounds of the 1st Brig. 11th division Penn a militia. _ edit Ahi Dromgold Prest. Samuel , ? press. Bains sj<0hn,?�vl7 a ? secretaries. A. Same asians military meeting. At a Large and respectable meeting of the citizens of le�9buig�?Tand Vicinity subject to militia duty convened at the Public House of William Maxwell in Leesburg on monthly evening the 4th instant to take into consideration the propriety of putting in. Nomination a suitable person to fill the vacancy occasioned by the removal out of the Bounds of William Clark late brigadier general. was organized by calling col. James Chesmir to the chair and appointing maj. John a Kelso Secretary. On motion of Lenry b. Rebuck the was appointed Viz William Mhli feel capt. John Clever David Chesnut , Captain David Clever Alexander mat car and Jolin Ston Maxwell who reported the following a resolutions a a resolved that we re commend to the in rolled inhabitants residing within of the 1st brigade a 1th division p. M., col William. Ii. Wood urfi As a suitable person to fill said office. A a resolved that we have full Confidence in the military capacity of col. William ii. Woodburn and Olvat we will use All Hoti or Able Means to secure his election. Juil itary meeting. meeting of a number of the members of the 39th regiment p. Convened agree ably to previous notice at the Public House of in the Borough of Landisburg Perry county on the evening of monday the 4th ult. For the purpose of person As. for the office of brigadier Gene rare a the room of brigadier Gen. Clark removed out of the Bounds of the brigade Edward Dromgold was called to the chair Samuel p. Cree und Alexander thus appointed vice presidents John con. and Samuel Askins secretaries on motion or. Same a Edwards col. We. J. Graham and maj. Jeremiah Drexler were appointed a committee to draft a preamble and resolutions for the consideration of the. A meeting who. Reported the following which was unanimously adopted. A r it whereas the Heidi a election Wil take place to. Elect general to fill the vacancy made by tits removal of Brig. Gen. Villi Aih Clark and believing that according to the rules of precedent and Justice Perry county is entitled to the Man. _. A a or therefore. Aft so la Erfy that we. Have Fult Confidence in the integrity and. Ability of we. B. Andersun Esq., of said county ant he is. Hereby nominated a candidate for the office of Brig. Gen. To Supply the vacancy. Resolved that be will use Quot Alt honorable leans to promote the Success of his election to said office of. Saturday the 16th of May -�1840a a a a resolved that the proceedings of this More of Harrison a White slavery and whipping to Boot property qualification for voters. Harrison a conscience keepers Telfus that the old gentleman a opinions remains unchanged. We do not doubt Quot it a in order therefore to ascertain what his real sentiments Are at the present time we must Leok at his former conduct look at former official acts. It in to Days paper we copy an article from Ilton Madison Harrison a views were when lie was governor of the territory of Indiana. It will be seen that he then As governor approved of n Law for Selling poor White men into slavery More odious and tyrannical than the one he voted for in this state several years after for in addition to Selling a poor Man into slavery his Indiana Law allowed him to be a whipped a with thirty nine stripes a if he left the individual to in hot he Quot Quot Hail been what Man in whose bosom throbs a heart can contemplate this grinding and degrading. Harrison tyranny without feeling his blood boil with Quot honest Hearty indignation what generous individual can think of the unfortunate poor Man Labouring in slavery and liable to be whipped thirty nine lashes at the Caprice of his purchaser while the wealthy villain runs at Large without feeling scorn and contempt for the to rant Cwb of would give such a late Force when lie had the Power to prevent its coming into existence the from the Indiana paper also shows from the records that general Harrison approved of a Law As governor that prohibited any Man from enjoying the right of voting unless he owned fifty acres of land. Recollect it was opposed to allow any Man to enjoy the sacred and Inesti Mable right of suffrage unless he was a landholder. And this of course ill ills 0-Pinioh now because Bis conscience keepers assured us but a few Days since that had a undergone no.change.�?T. From the Madison la courier. Selling free men As slaves in the Indiana Blue Light Laws of tie West a Gene a. Olarri in favor of Selling freemen in Indiana against allowing the right of suffrage to lie poor mail unless possessed of a property qualification amp a. Amp a. Much has been said in def knee of the charge against general Harrison of voting in the Senate of Ohio to sell free White men As slaves and general Harrison a own letters of denial and expostulation have been extensively published. The charge however remains Well established and As Long As the records of lie Senate of Ohio shall continue _ must the testimony to establish this charge be perpetuated. See journal of the Senuto of Ohio of january the 20th, 1821.but we have resumed this subject to 6how, that this Section of the Ohio legislature w Ith All its odious Ness was an old acquaintance of general Harrison and had no new horrors to present to his mind for while governor of a the territory of Indiana a he approved and signed a an act respecting a docs and a containing sections More odious than the Section for which lie voted in the Ohio Senate More odious in As much As it made an escape from this most degrading and humiliating servitude a criminal offence punishable with whipping in tie full measure of Thor by a lne stripes and with a double servitude As to time. See territorial Law a revised code of 18071 pages 39 and 50�?sections 30 and 31. A Sec. So. When any person or persons shall on conviction of any crime or breach of penal Law be sentenced to pay a Fine or fines with or without the costs of prosecution it shall and May be lawful for the court before whom each conviction shall be had Icylo order the sheriff to sell or hire the person or persons so convicted to service to arty person or persons Toho will pay the said Jine for such term of time As the court will think a. And if such person or persons so sen fen ced and lived or sold shall abscond from the s ervice of his or her master of mistress he or she so absconding shall on conviction before a Justice of the peace be whipped w it h t h1rty nine stripes and shall moreover serve two Days for every Quot Ane so7lost. Quot Sec. 31. The judges of the several courts often ddn to lib territory shall give this act in charge to the grand jury at each and every court in which a grand jury shall be sworn.,. Jesse a. Thomas speaker of the House of representatives. B. Chambers president of the Council. Approved sept. 17, 1807.William h. Harrison. But was governor Harrison at this time clothed. With the veto Power his friends will ask. Aye lie was he was More amply than the executive of any . This Union was. See the a ordinance for the gov a Ihm ent of the territory of the u. States Northwest Quot of the River a. Liis ordinance May be found in All of our revised Law s from 1794-inclusive to the present Day. We quote from it the following a tires 1 a and All passed majority of the House and by a majority of the Council shall be referred governor for his assent Bill or legislative act whatever shall he of any Forte without his assent. A it. A a. A a his vote Ivas St Rolufs. No Law could his �?~a88c though every Harrison a Opinio a in that subject in 180 Sec same revised code pages 235-6.> a it is therefore enacted. That every free male inhabitant of the age of a i years resident in the territory and who Ruth been a citizen of any state in the Union or who hath been two years resident in this territory jes Quot an i holds a Freehold in fifty acres of land��33 within any county of the same or any less Quantity in the county in which he shall reside which with the improvements made thereon shall be of the value of ctr one Hundred dollars,��33 or who has paid for and in virtue of a deed of conveyance for further assurances from a person vested with the fee is Ili actual Possession of fifty acres of land subject to taxation in the county in which he shall be resident shall be and Are Hei by declared to be duly qualified electors of representatives or the. Counties they Are respectively re. Side a Jesse b. Thomas speaker of the House of representatives. ,. B. Chambers. President of the Council. Approved september. 17th, 1807. William Henry Harrison. And did governor Harrison approve and sign this and do his friends still clamor about any tiling or. Van Burn did or could have done on this subject of shame where is thy Blumli but general Harrison is the poor Many a Friend though lie would not let the industrious Pioneer vote unless lie had the requisite number of acres though lie sanctioned a Law to sell the poor mail to the highest bidder As a slave a a state than which none is More Lioi Rible and degrading and to which death would be cheerfully preferred by every free Man. General. Starrison is however the a blog Cabin and hard cider candidate for the presidency. This William a Ohio statesman. Member Flthe House of and the Council might desire it most ardent in a v a a or. Van Biyen has been by the whig press it most grossly misrepresented and Slan a what Lori to Bis votes and opinions m the new York Convent ice in 18211 he Hap been falsely stated to have favored a property qualification a a entitle White men to vote .sfce.,what were g avg Rio ii prom the Christian advocate and journal. Doings of the general general conference of tie methodist Erc Hurch commenced its session in the City of Baltimore on Friday May 1, 1840. The Rev. Bishops Roberts sledding Andrew Quot Waugh and Morris and one Hundred and Twenty nine delegates from the several annual conferences were present John a. Collins of the Baltimore conference w is appointed socket any and Janies b. A Houghtaling of Theopi oy., and thus. B. Sargent of the Baltimore conference assist not secretaries. Bishop Roberts introduced to the conference of or beloved brethen tie Rev. Robert Newton representative of tie British was Levan methodist conference Rev. Joseppi Stinson president of the Wesleyan methodist upper Canada Rev. .1. Rye san representative from tie Canada conference and Joseppi Sowter Esq. Of Castle Donn Eglon travelling Companio Ruof Rev. Robert Newton Sacii of whom addressed the conference. The rules of order of the last general conference were read and being amended were adopted by the conference for the regulation of its proceedings. On motion of or. Bangs the conference resolved that the Book agent tie her. Thomas Mason be requested to attend the sittings of tie conference and that he have the privilege of giving ills opinion on All matters relating to the Book concern. On motion the conference resolved that the secretaries be a committee to employ a reporter to take Down its proceedings fur publication in tie Christian advocate and journal the direction of the methodist e. Church. ,. J. Early submitted a series of resolutions for the appointment of the standing committees which were adopted he the-conference�?viz., on Episcopacy itinerary arid boundaries each to consist of one member from a Ali annual conference to be appointed by their respective delegations. Oil a the Book concern on missions on education on Temperance on the expenses of delegates and of re Visnel and unfinished business. Bishop Hedding introduced to the conference the Rev. Or. Richie member of the Canada conference Olio briefly addressed the conference. A ,. On motion of win. Winance it was resolved unanimously that the Brethren from the Wesleyan connection Iii England and Canella Are invited to take seats in this conference and express their views when they May see proper Ori any subject before the conference. Saturday morning May .2, conference opened with appropriate religious exercises. Bishop Andrew it produced the Rev or. Harvard of the Canada conference who briefly addressed the conference. Aga Caldy. To the. Rules tie conferences were Call Djin for,,.memorials,.and resolutions according to the order in which they stand on tie minutes. A liar Bangs of new York. Presented a letter from Africa containing a memorial from the Liberia Mission conference re Fuesting the appointment of a Bishop for that Section of tie work which was referred to the committee Oil Episcopacy. A. Oil motion of h. Slicey resolved to refer All petitions and memorials to their appropriate committees after the member presenting tie same shall have explained their import without Reading them before the conference. -0. Scott presented a memorial York on the subject of Temperance which was referred to the committee on Temperance. Also a from the. Same place. Oil the presentation of this memorial John Early of the Virginia con., moved that a standing committee be appointed to whom All. Papers petitions and memorials on the subject of slavery referred which was adopted. that the committee consist of annual conference. Whorfe upon above memorial was referred to said similar memorials were presented by j. A. Merrill and p. Crandall,.,and. Referred As above. A feared to the committee of revise a and unfinished . Parker memorial of the subject of slavery from sundry persons tie Michigan conference. Referred to the committee on slavery. R Oil motion of or. Bangs a committee of five were appointed to take Clingo of ail matters relating to Sabbath schools. Or. Bangs hollered a Resolution proposing an alteration in that part of the discipline which prescribes the Quot Mode of trial of super ainu Atco preachers so As to make to Impi amenable to that conference with ii Liose Bounds Uliey i Eside giving said conference the Power to try acquit suspend locate or expel As the Case May he. Laid on the table with the consent of the mover. Also a re solution granting the privilege to the of an annual conference where such trial has been had if he shall dissent from tie decision of the con of Vencey to to Fri theeart Attr i lie next Genera 1 conference for final action. Also a Resolution granting the privilege to a presiding elder who shall preside in a quarterly meeting Coli Lerance on the trial of a local preach Rev Deacon or elder and shall differ from the conference the guilt &c., of the accused to refer the sane to tie ensuing a it june conference for final decision. Laid on the table at the request of tie mover also a Resolution proposing so to alter the discipline that if a supernumerary preacher refuses to go to the work assigned him by the proper Atli crities of tie Church unless from some unavoidable cause lie shall be deemed guilty of Contumacy and not allowed to exercise tie Quot functions of his office Nieves to preach among us reserving the final disposition of his Case to the Conler nce of which lie is a member. Laid nit the table. After Reading the appointments for preaching on the , attending to some business of Mindr importance the conference adjourned. A it on tuesday the 14tli ult., the subjoined Bill pics cd into a Law a an act. To repeal tie several acts regulating 11 a Akers and pedlar. Sec. 1. No person shall he licensed As a Hawker pedlar or Chapman within this state such Only As is a citizen of the United states and who from loss of limb or other bodily infirmity shall be disabled from procuring a. Livelihood Tyr labor which disability shall he proven by certificate or certificates from two physicians of respectable Clia Racic or under oath residing in the county where tie application for License is made Anil no License hereafter granted shall ext Iid farther than the county in which such License May have been granted except wholesale pedlar whose License shall extend throughout this state for which they shall pay for the use of the Commonwealth fora travel with one Kirtse and Wagon or other vehicle fifty dollars. Sec. 2. And if any person not being licensed As aforesaid except such whose licenses have or May not yet be expired shall be found hawking peddling or travelling it Otic place to place through any part of this state to sell or impose for Sale any foreign goods wares or merchandise every person so offending Agibin St this act shall he liable to a Fine of fifty dollars or being so qualified by a License shall refuse on request of any citizen of this state to show his License every person so offending liable to a Fine of Twenty dollars to be recovered and applied in tie same Ipa Neras is provided for by an rect for regulating hawkers and pedlar and its several supplements passed the 30th Day of March 1784 provided that this act shall not be construed to prevent citizens of this Commonwealth from hawking and peddling goods of their own manufacture. Sec. 3. That so much of any act ass hereby altered or supplied by this act and no More be and the stung is hereby repealed. to wholesale dealers and be toilers of foreign merchandise. Trio tre Naurer of Cumber Ltd county in accordance with the act Assembly publishes the of rowing list of a wholesale dealer arid retailers of foreign merchandise a within the said county for Tho current year commencing on the 1st May 1840, As classic cd and returned to him by the associate judges and commissioners of said county those persons who have commenced mine amps and Whoso names Oro not classified As Well As those who Are to ind to pay any fractional part of a License,.Are required to have their names legis cred agreeably to Law without delay or otherwise Tho Law will to enforce licenses not taken out before the 1st june next will be collected with costs. A Ara Nso. Residence Jolt 5. Miller. Boak amp Breneman a Hiram Huntz John Drawbaugh Daniel Shelly Allen to the free and Independent a voters of Cumberland county. Fellow citizens�?1 submit i itself to your consideration at the ensuing election As a Candi Otic Kjof. up. And would respectfully solicit your Suffrages for the same. A v Thomas Craighead. South . April 2, ir40. 1 the Carlisle ,3�?o p. Crandall preset Ineila memorial praying for a moderate Episcopacy referred committee on the Episcopacy 1 presented a ,.the annual Cori Ference relating to slavery. On motion it was read and referred to the a tangling coining tree of that subject. / g. Lla mop of the a re Clde con presented a. Tieti Tijani. Piai Puii g changes in the Discie Vind tie f rial of incnijipys., Sta list of letters remaining in the. Pont office at. Carlisle a. May St it 1840. Enquirers will please say advertised. Martin g. Rupp. Alexander Cathcart John Sourbeck Isaac Barton Isaac Loyd Charles Ogilby George w. Hilner n. Wisbon Quot Woods William Webb Jacob s. Faust Stevenson amp Uin Klc George cart. Myers amp Haverstick James Loudon Samuel Elliott Angney a amp Anderson Samuel Myers amp co John p. Lyne Jacob saner Hamilton amp Grier William Leonard John Keller. Ephraim Boa Aerman Jacob Wolf John a Humrich Crawford Foster Quot John inv der Arnold amp co. / a. Richards Charles Barnitz Weirick Bentz William Gould John fall a John prop Tor George Heckman George Forland Quot James Liggett Samuel Gould a a Robert Lcy bum44 George Deitz 44 w. S. Roland a a 44 a a John Sillers. , , , 44___. Amp p. Zeigler a co. 44 David Clever George Martin Quot. 44 who Mast Miner 4t Andrew g. Ege Philip to Oft James Leiby Ephraim Adana James Moreland George Leiby 1 William Barr amp co. Newville amp Seri Mon William Bratton William a Johnston Scott co Leandrew l. Coyle Andrew a. North Jamison Hennon John amp we. Reed Jantes Kyle Stogli amp Brewster John Reed a a David Cornigan we. Snodgrass., David Nevin 44 George a Ridill 44 Stephen Culbertson 44 a George Clark 44 Edward Scull -44 Jonathan peal 44 William r. Tritt 44 charle3 Ogilby Quot. 44 Quot Heck a a Culbertson 44 j. Amp a. K. Wunderlich 44 William Russell 44 Artz amp clippinger44 John Bracky Pridgen 44 Samuel Wilson a co. 44 will no peal 44 w. W. Matter Silver Spring . Loudon 44 4 Edward miller44? a a David Clever Southampton William m. Mateer 44 s Samuel Smith class. License. 8 $10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10_00_ 10 00 6 8 8 8 Alexander Jane Anderson Rev David Atkinson John Armor Sarault. Brown Albert Brown july Ann Butler John. Bilger David Switzer Henry 2 Barbour David Beitner Joseph. Baker Jacoba Barcly Jacob Belg is David Bates James a Blackburn George 3. Butt Hannah a cock Stephen. A a Crous tache Cambell win Liam pc d xon a ties. Diller Peter Esq Doneker Jacob Degroff Isaac Egolff Elizabethf Finnell Russell 2 Fessler Daniel erasure Isba Jella Fisher Margaret 2. Falk John ,. Fleeger Charles. Frazer John m d Fields William go gris John d a Ges Elizabeth Lehman Elizabeth Leidig Henry 4 line William plebe Christian it Mullin Anna a. _. Mullinger Christian Mitchell Nancy Ivi Illar Sally Moore John Mcclure John 2 Mcalister James 2 a a Mccormick Thomas Nelson John a Ortz Adam Pauling Lydia. Parkerson Var Pierce William a a Ringwalt Ynn Reighter Mary. A rides ill Catharine a Einhart he a Rye a Randolph we f Roth John a a Rudesil Jacob a u Rupp Mary Skinner Racmel a. Shapley Rufus e a Garuder John. Shepherd Thomas 3. Smyers Phillip Stupe Elizabeth Schriver Samuel a a Stewart Robert Stuart Anri Simon John Sowers Samuel Gibson Francis Esq 2. Thompson Mary. Glt Nev Elizabeth a Xohler Mary e a Ulrich Nicholas Glancey Elizabeth George Martin Hill James. Leminger John. Holsapple John Harper Walter Lettrick John. Hampton Margaret Haun Daniel holier my by Johnson Mary Ann Jinks Peggy Kaufman Harriet . Vanasdlen Isao. Wright l. Walker Elizabeth Williams Jno g 7. Wert Martin Weaver my by Wolf Daniel Wolff Elizabeth r Waggoner barn lain Westli Effer Clarles a lib the we i a am Wagon r Jaco Wolrich Israel Klein Loren wart Lea or Samuel Latshaw Joseph Young Catharine Latchaw John Esq v r. Lamberton p. Quot the establishment lately Ocon Pineil by 4vm. My pliers on in West higly Street enquire of Hon , door. --l�?Toi.,fi�i��ji� Jeain be bad immediate try v Al ri�23i/l �4�. Quot u it a Hopewell s Miflin a ii Frankfort Newton 7 8 8 .8 7 8 7 8 8 8 8 7 8, 7 �7 6 -7 7 8 7&Quot 8 8 8. 8 8 -8 g 8 .8. 8 8 8 8 8 8 -8 Quot a 8 8 8 8 8 8 8&Quot 8 8 8 Quot 8 North Miil Dolton Shipp Naburg Josiah Hood 8 Sheaffer amp Shultz a a 8 John Crider a a 8 Jasper shirk East Ponds Boron 8 Jelm h. Zearing 8 George Matre a a 8 Jeremiah Reese a a 8 Martin Miley 7 Arnold amp go. A a 8 Adam Reigel a a. 6 h7 amp c. Leas a a 7 John Coover. �?o7 7 or. William Dale a a 8 David Sanderson a a a. 8 Robert Givin South Middleton 8 Mathew Moore a a 8 Wilson Fleming a a 8 Henry Rich. A a. 8 Mary ego sex. Amp a. A a 8 Philip Breckbill a a 8&Quot William Mullin a a .8 Samnue Tharris 7 or. 8 Rohert Sturgeon Daniel Krysher Peter a. Ahl Peter living or a Levi Reigel amp co. Licenses per an numb Goth class $15 off�?7lh class 913 50�?3th class $10-00 Robert Snodgrass treasurer of Cumberland to unit 1�?Ta. Treasurers office Carlisle j Monroe 7 8 7. 8 8 13 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 13 50 10 00 13 50 10.00 10 00 10 00 10 00 13 50 10 .00 12 50 12 50 15 00 �?~12 50 12 50 10 00 12 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 to 00 a �0 0010 00 15 00. 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 10 10 00 10 00 10 00 .10 00 to of 10 00 10 00 10 of 10 00 a to 00 10 00 10 00&Quot 10 00 10 00. 10 00 10 00 10 of 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 12 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 12 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 id of 10 00 to to 12 50 12 50 12 50 12 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 .10 00 12 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 to 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 a a 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 a 10 00 12 50 10 00 .15 00 12 50 12 50 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 -.10,00 10 00 10 00 10 00 10 00 -1000 12 50 10 00 12 50 to of 10 00 to the electors of Cumberland county. the Earnest solicitations of a Mullier of my friends i am induced to of for Niy self As a candidate for the office of a sheriff of Cumberland county at the next general cart Tion and Resneck Futlz solicit it out sour Beck. New Cumberland. A april 2-, 1840.------- the to. He flee tors of Cumber limit Eon u to. Fellow citizens. A i flt a myself As a Cantril Dale for the office of 6h3p.iff of said county a i the ensuing general election and will be thankful for Jour us ppm. A James Reed. Newville april 16, 1840,. To the Klc tors of county. citizens. A 1 again a Flat if in your Asa it v the it Hite and respectfully Solf ii a tour sul rages. Sir uld i be vles ted. Lyl Vinise to e the duties t of the ulme faithfully and impair line la. ,. Palm mar tin. Shippensburg april 16, 1840. I to the voters of Feinber Hantl county. It Row Vitiz uns i a Flor i sir s a candidate tur the i flies she Riff of said r unto and Diall be Trio Ful for y it Riippi Kennedy. A Newville a Ril h3, 1m�o. U to Llic v titbits of Cuilhe Ronni a. A county. Gut it nhe Ivov it r myst if at the m of. General election As a fur tin. Hic. Of Sheb Ipp of said county and will be thankful for your support. A a Abraham ton a _. N Middleton , is 1�?~2, �84�. F a. A a the l o thu Lilc tors of Oij nov. J re love if zrns�?1 off r myself a a candidate for tie Liliee of so Biff u of i Herl ind county and will be thankful Lor com ski Midorl. John Wynkoop or. A veal Pennal it a Irtoli township. March 19, 1840. A the May 14, 1840. 3t / new goods the subscribers have just received a Largo and Well selected Stock of. Spring $ summer goods which they offer for Safe at the ii stores in Carlisle anti a a chanic Busho. Tote Stock consists in Quot part of Superior Tine cloths of ajl colors and qualities super Cassi Tercsi striped and Plain summer cloths super mar Seiries Quot Valenti a Cashmere in silk vesting silk velvets a variety of cords a Large Quan Tity of Plain Linen and Irnen Tori uiting american Tankins painted lawns a Fine assortment of Cali Coes muslims Quot laces anti Telg Ings silk parasols anti umbrellas bonnets. Amp a. The whole Stock selected Jbf ourselves Quot and purchased on such terms As will enable us a to offer bargains to such As May favor us with a Call. J -7. Arnold amp Carlisle Bank. 1 Carlisle / fee Bills for Sale. To it tie a electors of Enid pity. A claw eitizcns�?1� offer m i self to it or run Sid Frati to a a a a a dwt to la r tie a of fact if sri Ichih t a at the it in t Iii i and Ruspi it la uhf solicit j fair to it t it c to d i i i nth ,.\ a or cd disc i Uva the tonics. Of the of fico. To the bust of Iii judgment and abilities in spec fully your foil w Cine if. _ /. In it Refik f. Cain m 26, 1h40. The to the a lectors of Cumber Hiil you iffy. Phiv citizens i i after my ref in your Ron As a r. Midi. A a a f 4�?T the Zivku �4 sri Hulff at tiny a six i Iii to 11.1 ii. A and u ill i f to l k Ftp a b f a Nair supp t. Shi Ubl Yon chit me 1 Ltd be a St if let a yet Tbs in this of the i Ulici Fidelity Ulm Iii pm a tial to. For Quot be. Iii is. A a Caidin de m Inch 26,�?T 1840. The to Llu Alft lors of uinhi�?~1 land a Ltd Ltd Ivity. 1 Citize not i a if i in 1 Toa Cut i i to Ltd Timu As a cat to r the i hire t f sheirr at t c ensuing Clermit a and respect Funky St licit you supports an 1 if elected will to Deal Ltd to dist hate the duties i f the it slice to the bust of no judgment and . A ,. A Francis Eckels. Silver spline township. _ april 2, 1840. A a the. . Moks having that u �t5l portion of Ilia county relative to a Between i Istian ice ref to and Mysell which Yak or Iii upor nit the indignation of my friends,-.1 deem it a Dut. Which 1 Owem self thus publicly tir make Knower tot Muni t y the truth of the matter lit a t they May not be misled by the those who Are Pope in repeat with embellishments every Idle Stayvas und minted truth. Arhat a i motive Gnu if have Utu att or. Klc Pitr to a Vav Tea t Ike Tutu which. 1 hts Al him was out Nim and without ctr a Isiderio Hions is not for Moti it inquire or is quite riot in a for the put pose of removing from me every suspicion of fraud that tie it eject has Ulm Erynne a judicial Rivest Leaninn before the court of co nmn pleas of this Quot county White tie Validity of the note in. Question was Estaba v i suede by a weight of t video ice Whir . Momtle with the. Blush of shame the Clit Elk of Christian Klepfer who by that it had been procured from him honestly. The depositions Vead in evidence Are on file in the a office Rind if any of or Klep few s friends Are inclined to give credit the to what he has Suid or May say ask them to go mid rend the written evidence Rind Itofe will he convinced that he has been Quot employing his %4unvuly in Ember in such n Wajs a trs add nothing to his a equitation As a Mari of Honor or Hoh. Est. George Mathews. I Hoq. Ait St Etc of Jantes Gentl Tilini dec i -7�?�. Quot letters testamentary or on the a slate , Grabania deceased late of Allen have is sized to tie subscriber residing in e. town lip Persh s indebted to bait request a to to Inake Jtj ment . And those having claims to press nut film for so title Meiji. -. Quot Robert Gyoung april so i84q, 7 6t 7

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