Curry Run Church pew arrears
An Old Paper. George Redding, of Smicksburg, handed us a copy of the "Jeffersonian Democrat and Farmers' and Mechanics' Messenger" printed in Indiana January 22, 1840, by W. H. Cochran and J. P. Lloyd. At the mast-head are the names of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio, candidate for President, and John Tyler, of Virginia, for Vice President. There is no local news of any consequence in the paper. Tbe principle local advertisers were Moorhead & Lowman, who tell the people they have ior sale salt, iron, dress goods, wines and liquors, &c. F. & H. M. Carmon advertise that they will pay the highest cash price for red fox skins. The Building Committee of the Curry Run church publish the following notice: All those in arrears for pews in tbe Curry Run church, are hereby earnestly requested to make payment, on or before the 15th of February ensuing. If any are really unable to pay against that time, it is hoped they will at least give their obligations for the amount, as it is necessary that the committee should bring the business intrusted to them to a close as soon as practicable. JACOB PEELOR, WM. ANTHONY, JAMES LEWIS, R. T. ROBINSON, Building Commiltee.