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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 September 1840

Br JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. ft V is HARRISOIV MEETING. Pursuant to a call of the Committee of ar augemcnts, a large and respectable meeting of he citizens of Pike county, friendly to the elec tion of WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON to the Presidency of the United States, convened at the Court-Houe in Milford, on Wednesday evening the 20th August. The meeting was organized by the following officers: MOSES KELLUM, Esq. President. David Satres, Esq. ) yice presidents. Henry Barnes, f Dr. A. A. Lines, ) Secretaries. liRITTON A. 11IDDIS, ) The obiect of the meeting having been sta ted bv the President in a short and appropriate ..J r TT. -XT T Jl J address, un motion 01 non. viu. oruuneau . committee of nine was appointed to draft res loutions expressive of the sense of the meeting. The following were appointed said committee John Finch, A. Kenner, Limeou Lord, 1 W. De Witt, D. W. Dingman, Jr., Benjamin Stickney, Wm. C. Crawford, Ephraim Kimble, Soloman Newman The Committee having retired, the me...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 September 1840

JDfrPEKSONlAN REPUBLICAN. A. GLORIOUS RECORD ! ! ! lei all read the following testimonials of Harrison's worth. General Harrison lias done more for his country with less compensation font than any man living. President 3 J a d i s o n. ESTIMATE OK H.UHUSON BY THE WINESSES OV lUS DEEDS. me loiiowmu: tnmue oi praise was paid to General Harrison in 18 tl. b It of the officers who fought under his banner at the battle of Tippecanoe : f.'ii ii "anouiu our country again re quire our services to oppose a civ ilized or savage foe, 'we should march under General Harrison with the most perfect confidence of victory and fame." Joel Cook. .losiah Sneeling, R. B. Burton, O. G Burton, Nathan Adams, C. Fuller, A. Hawkins, G Gooding. H. Burchstead, J. D. Foster, Hosea Blood. To the Senate and House of Rep resentatives of the United States I lay before Congress, two let ters received from Goverror Har rison of the ndiana Territory, re porting the particluars and the is sue of tlu- expedition under h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 September 1840

ti'i )vK. .11. ; f! . ' , r i ,, , i , - mil ii mi TiMaia-MjajumuLiJlJiiiMniJMM'iTiPii JeSersok The wholk aut ok Government iconsistsjiiothe-. art obsbeing honest rf .ti fin-.' Jl land aiilisiier . IMcliard Nugent, Editor STROUD SBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA:, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11; 1840. T no .u YOL. I. -a . - iii". . -. - N i f JEFFERSON IAN REPUBLICAN. -Two dollars 3 .7. . i or i o nor vivir prtn. No paperediscontimiedunUl all arrearages are paid, except it the ontion of the Editor. - inTAdvcrti'scinentsnot exceeding one square, (sixteen lines) viUI be inserted three weeks for one dollars twenty-live cents 1 ir everv subsequent insertion ; larger ones in proportion. A Kieral discount will be made to yearly advertisers. D Ul letters addressed to the Editor ;nust be post paid. JOB PRINTING. tl.ivmg a ceneral assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we arc prepared to execute every des cription oi 5ards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, , JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OT...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 September 1840

Ml JEFFERS0N1AN 5 REPUBLICAN, There were some half a dozen of those de fences called forts, but consisting only of stock ides, or logs, planted upright in the earth, and : bout fourteen" feet high, the enclosures within w hich served also as places of retreat for the women and children in seasons of alarm. They had no arrtillery, save a single four poun der, kept at Wilkesbarre, as an alarm gun, and their only means of defence therefore consisted of small arms, not always in the best order, as is ever the case with militia. Thus weakened by the absence of its most efficient men, and otherwise exposed, Wyoming presented a point of attack too favorable to escape the attention of the British and Indian commanders in the country of the Six Nations, and in Canada. They were also, beyond doubt, stimulated to undertake an expedition against it by the ab sconding loyalists, who were burning with a much stronger desire to avenge what they con ceived to be their own wrongs, than with ardor to...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 September 1840

A Good Story and A Good Speech. In a speech of about three hours long, de livered at Saratoga, Daniel Webster told the following illustrative anecdote : Seth Peterson was a neighbor of Mr. W., a hardy Yankee, of amphibious habits, half far mer, half fisherman, with plenty of the "poor man's blessings," and a good share of the com forts which his daily iudustry gave them. As he and Mr. W. were alone in a little boat, le tuming from fishing, and while he was pulling at the oars, he would sometimes give his own conceptions of national policy. He had heard of the new notion among political men, that low prices were as good for poor men as high, provided the necessaries of life were reduced in a proportionate degree; and was asked what he thought of these changes. He said " If every thing which the poor men wants could be reduced in exact propor tion to the reduction of his wages, and remain so, he would not suffer by the change. But I have only one thing to sell, and that is my la bor. ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 September 1840

JEFFERSON! AN REPUBLICAN. A. GLORIOUS RECORD ! ! ! Let all re the following testimonials General Harrison lias done more for his country with less compensation for it than any man living. President Madison. ESTIMATE OF WINESSES The following tribute of praise was paid to General Harrison in 1811, by 11 of the officers who fought under his banner at the battle of Tippecanoe : "Should our country airain re quire our services to oppose. a civ- HARRISON BY THE OF HIS DEEDS. . ilized or savare foe. we should march under General Harrison with the most perfect confidence of victory and fame." Joel Cook, Josiah Sneeling, R. B.Burton, 0. G Burton, Nathan Adams, C. Puller, A. Hawkins, G. Gooding, H.x Burchstead, J. D. Foster, Hosea Blood. To the Senate and House of Rep resentatives of the United States. I lay before Congress, two let ters received from Goverror Har rison of the Indiana Territory, re porting the particluars and the is sue of the expedition under his command, notice of which wa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 September 1840

.1 Ricliard Nugent, editor The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson; and Publisher VOL. I. STROUDSBURG.. MONROE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1840. No 34. i t JEFFERSONIAN ItEPUBLICAN tp. rms. two dollars per annumin advance Two dollars ixwA a quarter, half yearly, and if nol paid before the end of trie year, Two dollars and n half. Those who receive their pa- iters oy a carrier or aagu um cuiinvuu uy wiu proprietor, Wl A-t'tl hit nhanrcd 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra No papers iiiscommucn uniu au arrearages are paw, exeep; irpAdvertisementsnot exceeding one square (sixteen lines) . it be inserted three weeks for one dollar s twenty-five cents 1 . oxorv subsequent insertion : larger ones in proportion. A t wral discount will be made to ycarly,adverlisers. tlAll letters addressed ioihc Edflfcr must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. l wing a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to execute every t-s cription of C...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 September 1840

J JiJFFEHSUiNl AN KEP UBLiCAiY. IN 1' ,1 JEFFERS ONI AN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Pa. Sept. 18, 1840. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $2,25, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if not paia dcxoic mc eiiu 01 jciu. CANDIDATES OF THE PEOPJLE. FOR PRESIDENT : Gen. William Henry Harrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : John Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. ELECTORAL TICKET. . SENATORIAL. John A. Shuixe, of Lycoming, JTosepU Hituev, of Cumberland, DISTRICTS. 1 Levis Passmore, 12 John Dickson, 2 Cad walkider Evans, 13 John M'Keehan, Charles Waters, 14. John Reed, 3 Jona. GiHinuhain, 15 Nathan Beach, 4 Amos Ellmuker, John K. Zeilin, A. R. M'lllvaine, 16 Ner Middles warth, 17 George Walker. IS Bernard Connelly jr 19 Gen. Joseph Markle 5 Robert Stinson, 6 William S. HendrieSO Justice G. Fordyce, 7 J. Jenkins Ross, 21 Joseph Henderson, 8 Peter Filbert, 22 Harmer Denney, 9 William Adams, 23 Joseph Buffington, 10 John Harper, 24 James Montgomery, 11 Wm.M'Elwaine, 25 John Dick. Col. Johnson said (in Congress) "Who is General Harri...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 September 1840

edbyits light, sustaining him whonTthey may select to bear it. In conclusion, let me be permitted to express the hope, that, whatever may be the action of your delegation upon the nomination to be made, it may be unanimous; and that all personal pre ferences may be sacrificed in its support. My heart is with you my soul is with you. Name whom you please for your candidate, and he shall have my heartiest support. So far as I have the ability, every honorable exertion shall be made to promote his success a result, of which I cannot entertain a doubt. With great respect, I am v ery truly, Your friend and fellow citizen. CHARLES NAYLOR. 5 'fiv' Aug. Election Tabic. READ AND PRESERVE. The following table with be found useful as a matter of reference. It has been compiled with great care, and is believed to,be accurate. States. New Hampshire Connecticut Rhode Island Virginia ' . Louisiana Alabama . , ' Kentucky Indiana . "Illinois . W i!rmri Tennessee T7 . Maine r r JTCU1 If Id 1 " 1 cuil...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 September 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. CAUTION. - " Public OrisioN from whose decision there is no l real, has been so often and so loudly manifested : favor of BK ANDRETH'S VEGETABLE U .VERSAL PILLS, that it is not surprising there ould be found in almost every city, town, and v llaffc in the United States, persons so depraved t heart, and so utterly devoid of the principal of moral rectitude, as to manufacture a spurious arti ole, and palm it offonthe unsuspecting public as the genuine medicine, from the result of which so manv hanny results have been accrued to humani iv. It is nainful to think that an inestimable good should be product of direct and immediate evil but so it is. The verv excellence of Brandrctti's Vegetable Univcsal Pills, has in sonierespecls.jopened a spe sies of high-way through which cupidity and ava- rice carrv on their ueprcaations wiiucut i.evL tv notwithstanding the frequency oi expusuic uiiea- dy made notwithstanding tlie lnaeiitlc eisgrace M'hich has been neaped upon...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 September 1840

x RicliarU Wugeut, Editor The whole art ov Government consists invtheart op being honest. Jefferson ' .. ' - -and'" I'uSjl&IsW VOL. I. STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1840; and; JEFFERSON IAN REPUBLICAN. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars a Quarter, half yearly, and it not pam before the end of the roar. Two dollars and a half. 1 hose who receive their ra- iRers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the proprietor, rwili be charcca j cis. per u;ir, cxira. No pancrsdiscontinucsl until all arrearages arc paid, except t the ontion of the Editor. ir7Advcrtisements not exceeding one sauarc f sixteen lines! Kvill be inserted three weeks for one dollar : twcntv-five cents for everv subsequent insertion ; larger ones in.proportion. A libera discount will be made to yearly advertisers. ur.ul letters aaarcssed to the bailor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. - . 'llaring a general assortment of large- elegant plain and orna- mental type, we are pr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 September 1840

m JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN. JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Pa. Sept. 25, 1840. Terms, $2,00 in advance ; $2,25, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if not paiu iieiote me cna oi we ycm. CAIVMDATES OF THE PEOPJLE. POR PRESIDENT : Gen. William Henry Harrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : John Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL. John A. Skul'ze, of Lycoming, Joseph Bitner, of Cumberland, DISTRICTS. 1 Levis Passmore, 12 John Dickson, 2 John P. Wethcrill, 13 John M'Keehan, Thomas P. Cope, 14 John Reed, 3 Jona. Gillingham, 1 Amos Ellmaker, -A. R. M'lllvain, John K. Zeilin, 15 Ashbel B. Wilson, 16 Ner Middleswarth, 17 George Walker. 18 Bernard Connelly jr 5 Robert Stinson, 19 Joseph Markle, 6 William S. Hendrie 20 Justice G. Fordvce, 7 J. Jenkins Ross, 8 Peter Filbert, 9 William Adams, 10 John Harper, 11 Wm. M'lllwain, 21 T. M. T. M'Kennan, 22 Harmer Dennev, 23 Joseph Buffington, 24 Henry Black, 25 John Dick. Col. Johnson said (in Congress) "Who is General Harrison The son of one...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 September 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. ORIGINAL ANECDOTE. When one of the Marshals for taking the cen sus in the adjoining county was engaged in the extra work imposed upon him of finding out and noting down, the politics of the different voters, he asked a gentleman in a certain township how the majority would be in the township in which he lived. He replied that it would bo largely for Van Buren. Well content, the Marshal went to the next house, where he knew resided an intimate personal friend and he supposed a po litical friend of the person he had just left. He made the same inquiry as to whom the majori ty of the votes would be given in the coining election, when he was surprised to hear in reply that it would be given for Harrison. Why, said the Marshal, there appears to be quite a differ ence of opinion betweetvyou and your nearest neighbor. Yes, replied the gentleman there al ways has been; during the last war, when the Indians and British were murdering our pion eers and early settlers,...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 September 1840

JMHRiSOMAiN - REPUBLICAN. mm Mr OF THE Jefffersoman Republican, 4 TFaMy Paper, lo be published at Strouds - Iurgt Monroe County, Pa., and Milford, Pike County, Pa., simultaneously. ''The whole art of Government consists In the ar of being honest. Jefferson. THE JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN in principle, will be all its title purports, tho rirm and unwavering advocate of the principles and doctrines of the democratic party, delineated by the illustrious Jefferson : the right oi the peo pie to think) to speak, and to act, independent ly, on all subjects, holding themselves respon sible to no power for the Iree exercise ol this right, but their God, their Country, and her Laws, which they themselves have created. A free and untrammeled Press, conducted in a spirit worthy of our institutions, is a public bles sing, a safeguard to the Constitution under which -we live, and it should be cherished and support ed by every true republican. Such, then, it is designed to make the paper now estab li...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 October 1840

0 iff V; Ricliard Nugent, Editor The whole art of Goveunment consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. and PnbiisSiav VOL. I. STROUDSGBUR, MONROE COUNTY, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1840. No 3G. JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and a quarter, hair yearly, and if not paid before the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their pa pers Dy a carrier or suigu unvcra umptuycu oy me proprietor, will be chnrecd 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at Hie option oi uic tuuui. irT'Advertisements not exceeding one sriuare fsiitnen linns will be inserted three weeks for one dollar : twenty-five cunts i or every suusuuuciu insertion ; larger ones in proportion, liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers. nirAll letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. J"OIS PRINTING. Having a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepared to ex...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 October 1840

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN extracts from BTr. Ogle's Speech, OF PENNSYLVANIA. 'CN THE REGAL SPLENDOR OF THE PRE- . SIDENT'S PALACE. Delivered in the House of Representatives, April 11, 1810. I shall not, Mr. Chairman, further trespass on the time of the committee by dwelling longer on the great Court Feasts which are statedly held in the Palace Banqueting room; but proceed to the performance of the task which 1 have more imme diately before me. Besides the table "furniture," which, as before remarked, cost $11,191 32, the Court Banqueting room possesses a great variety of very rich and valuable furniture, such as mir rors, mahogany sideboards, mahogany chairs, gilt cornices, window curtains, bronze bowl lamps, an tique patterns, gilded, carved, and garnished with stars. and swan-necks, mantel ornaments, Brus sels carpets, butler's stools, &c. &c. Indeed, there is scarcely any thing wanting to make the Court Banqueting room resemble in its stylo and magnificence the banqueting h...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 October 1840

JEKFEROiMAN REPUBLICAN. 1 1 in ! ii Mn 1 rr JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudslnirff, P. Oct. 2, 18 10. Terms. S2.00 in advance; 3.25, wlf yrarly ; and $2,30 if not CANDIDATES OF THE PEOPLE. TOR PRESIDENT : CJcu. William Henry JKarrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT Jolm Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. EEJGCTORAIi TICKET. SENATORIAL, .lfoliii A. SlmLec, of Lycoming, Josepli RitiEcr, of Cumberland, DISTRICTS. 1 Levis Passmorc, 12 John Dickson, 2 John P. Wetherill, 13 John M'-Kcehan, Thomas P. Cope, 14 John Reed, 3 Jona. Gillingham, 15 Ashbel B. Wilson, 4 Amos Ellmaker, 16 Ner Middleswarth, A. R. M'lllvain, 17 George Walker. John K. Zeilin, IS Bernard Connellyjr 5 Robert Stinson, 19 Joseph Markle, 6 William S. Hendrie 20 Justice G. Fordyce, 7 J. Jenkins Ross. 21 T. M. T. M'Kennan, 8 Peter Filbert, 22 Harmer Denney, 9 AVilliam Adams, 23 Joseph Buffington, 10 John Harper, 24 Henry Black, 1 1 Wm. M'llhvain. 25 John Dick. P.l Tnlmcnn ;nir5 fin CoilirrGSS "Who is General Harrison ? The son of one of the s...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 2 October 1840

Mr JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. f i rn OF THE JeJScrsoiiiaifi Republican, A iow Weekly Paper, to be published at Slrouds Monroe County. Fa., and Miljord, Pike County, Pa., simultaneously. ourg, "The whole art of Government consists in the ar of being honest. Jefferson. THE JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN in principle, will be all its title purports, the rirm andunwavering advocato of the principles and doctrines of the democratic party, delineated by the illustrious Jefferson : the right of the peo ple to think, to speak, and to act, independent ly, on all subjects, holding themselves respon sible te no power for the free exercise of this right, but their God, their Country, and her Laws, which they themselves have created. A free and untrammeled Press, conducted in a spirit worthy of our institutions, is a public bles sing, a safeguard to the Constitution under which wc live, and it should be cherished and support ed by every true republican. , Such, then, it is designed to make the paper now ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 9 October 1840

l in imi iLin pj i i.i. .. i i ijl. , 'i.. ..lULWliililii I ii'jyii,iui.i, miw,i..'j'.-iwrmi",iLr.. '.i iij-lmihim.! -ni m-.-. i 'uuutu -k-u ! r n i . i i mi' .mm ujl i in nil i . - -a--.. '.- e- ; - - :ab ISlcIiavtl BTugcntj Editor TyE WHOLE ART OK GOVERNMENT CONSISTS IN TIIEiART OP .'.BEING HONEST or . Jefferson.- . -.-f:J'" Sin Tr," v: ,i VOL. I. :t ji STROUDSBTJRG,. MONROE COUNTY," PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 84t uMin r 'ii,L u--fjtiacAmaAi!Ji5 JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. TERMS Tu-n dollars ncr annum in advance Two dollars land a quarter, half yearlv, and if not paid before the end of Ithe wir tv-.i .lnJlnrs and a half. Those who receivi; thuir n.i- -- ... - - ipors oy a earner or siage uuia ujiijmiyuu uy me proprietor, bvill be nhnrerd 37 1-2 ct$. ncr year, extra. ao pajvrs .useonanuca uniu au arrearages are paiu, except i uie onr.on 01 uio liiumr. irT'AiWcrusements not oxceedintr one sauare f sixteen lines ivill be inserted tlree weeks for one dollar ':hventv-fivn c.pntx lorttvrrv sH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 9 October 1840

JEFJPERSONIAN REPUBLICAN JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsbnrg, Pa. Oct. 9, 1840. TcnnB, $2,00 in advance; 2.25, naif yearly ; and $2,50 if nol paid bcfoic the end of the year. CANDIDATES OF THE PEOPLE. POR PRESIDENT i Gen. William Henry Harrison, OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT ; John Tyler, OF VIRGINIA. ELECTORAL TICKET. SENATORIAL. John A. Shulze, of Lycoming, Joseph JBitner, of Cumberland, DISTRICTS. 3 Levis Passmore, 12 John Dickson, 2 John Price Wetherill 13 John M'Keehan, Thomas P. Cope, 14 John Reed, 3 Jona. Gillingham, 15 Ashbel B. Wilson, 4 Amos Ellmaker, 16 Ner Middleswarth, Abr'm R. M'lllvain, 17 George Walker. John K. Zeilin, 18 Bernard Connelly jr 5 Robert Stinson, 19 Joseph Markle, 6 William S. Hendrie-20 Justice G. Fordyce, 7 J. Jenkins Ross. 21 T. M. T. M'Kennan, 8 Peter Filbert, 22 Harmer Denney, 23 Joseph Buffington, 24 Henry Black, 25 John Dick. i) William Adams, 10 John Harper, 11 Wm.M'Ilvain, Col. Johnson said (in Congress) "Who is General Harrison ? The son of one o...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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