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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Inspcctov'tji 'Eicction On Friday last, the election for InspectbSa of the. general election, throughout the state-t%k place1; In this county our friends liave suceedM in tlhiajoiity of districts, where an opposition was inScleT Rr^oWe~:6f~the-di3tript3-carried-by-6uropponents—our (rlefids. were negligent' and:suffercd themselves to be;bejiten. The follbwijiig are the correct returns as we received them. In Carlisle, the Whig Inspector has' a .majority of 108 votes. The vote was , . • 7 1 For.;J.-Pliillips7(vi/) •J"L i"". 189T ., " J. Parkinson (Vj.Bj... . '• ^ . : " gi Tlie opposition dFuf^&up alfthitfrorces f!r theelection and made a-desperateptrugelB,TJiia--^ result is glurions. ¦ ; . ¦- \ - ¦' '>»._ Shippensburg—The Anti-Van>Buren Inspector- '" elected'by a majority of 29 votes.- There was ' a.desperate struggle in this Borough, ; Boulhamjit»»—The ^ TtVJhig^ succeededZwith 7 tL,?^«?n.J!^t.e..by'" onj)jority_ol. nearly two-to - oho. ' •'• Vpptr:West ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Co rrcepondenco of the Baltimore Patriot* —; ~WASHiffGTONRSepf^22, lSSrTT^ ' Mr. TAf.i.MABGE,""tp-day,gave his testimony against Ihe Sub-Treasury Scheme. This Senator is. certainly one of the.mosj, upright, /nlightened and . honoratJte^ niotig thifee who have supported the past and present administration. His speech of this morning is calculate' to raise him to 'a higher place in public estimation, than any. thing that has ever fallen from him^,_His noble eloquent defence of-the character aiid.conddct.pf our merchants —aclass ofjrieti iitilt^urpassed. in point of inteliigeuce, intchprise,, moral worth, and. all-llie-qualities"Aa'f oo:honor to-the huinaiiM-ac.e by'an» class 5n the world—will find a coitlial/i-esponse from thousands in every -part,of this witlely cxtcneii. couniil}~i huy-SAQ-U Sx -iQil'^n.V?U_JJJ' ..JlL?..;just thbu^lits aiitl glowing expressions, will re-, pel, as he^Jitl, this day, tliQ malignant aceusatjonvof interested-antl-paltry poli ticians,r against.th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

rBDHHAL PAL3BiIOOD3' ' .. The masotiic Van Buren -Organs-are trying to gtill their readers.„With the assertbirt that-\t the Antimason's 'obtajrj a majority in the-Legislature? they "will LE.GAtlZE the suspension' (bj^ the Banks) and perpetuate, the reign of shiitr piasters.' "*^rf; , " ' .', ,*" - These Federalists-Jrypocrites calculate JiU^g^y/UlioyTJlieJgnoimceTa^^ ofthe Pg£Pjjt>ll_JSta .the.y,suj>pt)Se4h'at-ourihtcliigent communillydo not know that the Van Buren legislatures 'of New Fork, -G]bJCnTclicut;j%rginia ,AM sippuand Illinois have bven called together by tlieir Governors and ^LEGALIZED tlie refusal of the. banks of "those stales to redeem their notes with¦; Gold and Silver- -r-and.that they poured out their.phials, of wrath 7upon^G(iv^Ritner"fofrel'usiiig to convene the late Van Buren Legislatuteaof this state to dp the same thing'.— The refusal of Gov. Ritner to do so is' well know n to eve ry clt z en >"-JjjsJyJ£ws h a v i ti g been made k-t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

HERALD AJ^EXPOSITOg BYPHIIiliipS. & VEA55ET. -.- •' -1 - tfE^MMuflilWlnWIIBull^^ -^- " ••/:, OAsiii.g-s,a'3s.' ;.;••;• Tuesday, Oclobcr 3, S 837. -. J'/ie People's-Ca7cilidales7:z ~ roil pi\Kswmr, wsai :¦»£>, .nttfiLiaiBttSLCDBr* * I'OH VICE IMH3SIOENT, - ' -©IBii^QM. ©SiiiSr©.©© TDcinocratfie An<i-lTJ[hsojBic V Ticket.- ' _.. -"'-."¦"'--"---¦'-'SEN-A'TORgr."" .". r •• CharlcsB. Penrose, ——rJfecdb-Cassat;1 ^ ——T ™—-ll-lil." assEMBLY-. ---^__1_ "• JftflatrCouver^iffechanksbttrg. ^ JDaviaSiiinne ha. ¦ ~ c»7vnvtTSsiower: "" • James llcklm. DIRECTOR OF TFfE POOR. : tyvicli IStrickler. ¦ - ' :¦ ^ AUHITeRT^-^ 7~r——--¦r-—-Jflaiilieiv IfinDidson.-¦ . . v COJK)NER.:v ."''.--': ^ ciflcltiktHf SSt'etliicnimi, ' IP/trtiel JEjccIcet/. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

mmmmamam u iiiiii'n' Hi' 'i uiMteagyartwifaa ' - ''¦ J '_...-. _ '¦'.'./ I V ¦ .The Golden Aristocracy. • _ ' • The:"Shln Plaster." " RafV-mbn'ejfparty," pre I Striving lo saddle lipon the people a National debt j of TWELVE MILLIONS OF TREASURY NOTES! when it has. been^tlje, boast of G.eh. Jackson that ho pajd off .meT^^nardebt. A Bill has been reported by Silas Wrifihl. thejeader of the^hinplasterparty iri-Gongress.jv.hJchjropoL' nes-fito commence Ihe,Rag Currency on a grand scale, He recommends Hie issue of $13,000,000 of Treasury notes.' This nation which Jackson said in.JiTs7jfaretvell address, he left "prosperous and happy/' in ,h.e "P*00 ??.a ,ew n1011'*13 * with no calamities.of pesiilence or war, is" brought to this state'o! national bankruptcy ! The government Wants TWENTY-TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS to relieve .it trom 'its embarrass-7 rnents!! ; This' sum is proposed to be raised by taking from'tlie people ten inilliolis"of Surplus Revenue, which will be due them on t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

OPhe Quiet Revolution, and its Effect on , Pennsylvania* ' 7 " •'. , . , .Below vvejiayp an article frojttilhev periof the editor ol the United States daze^f which we hope"wlllhEqjeithe^ffecf ofat-ousingthe-opponents of Van Buren in this State to a sense of duty. 7 "'While we. are huzzaing for Maine.'-for the great, the unexpected and glorious victory pi Whig principles in the state of Maine,—let us not forget to apply the circumstance to bur goodly slate. TWhat has wrought the changes in Indiana, Tennessee, Noith CaroHna,.Rhode IsTand, Kentucky and Maine, which should not operate wiuTredoubJcd force in.Pennsylvania? Shall tlie Ifipy-stone Stale regard the. principles of. republicanism. less than any other state, of tho Union es teems them? Shall she say, "Executive usurpation may excite' the anger and provoke the vengeance of Jhe other portions ofthe Union, but having declared for a man, I am not about to sacrifice lum to principles ?"—aiid yet such must.be the construction...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Filets tbv bones! Vaii Bswcn - .. men. • - Ls^t' year.thBi'eAVM^^asurplusorFORTY-FIVE MILLIONS- OF-DOLLARS in the Treasury,.of the United States,. over and above the'' wants of Government. Congress not knowing what else to do with this money promised some of it to the Stales by instalments. Well, what ard the facts now? 'Why, that these 'fORTY-FIVE MILLIONS \OF DOLLARS, are, where'? Why lost Lost how, bJMvhere!-7-Ask-Kendall, Blair &Co-. 5,nd is the Government not no\V ahle to pay the NINE out of the FORTY-FlVE-millibns promised to the Slates?. No, she is not. -Nay,'-more: she is under the necessity of issuing_J2t<NMIL^ LIONS of dollars of SIIIN-FlASTERS, in addition to those already Nis'Ued by the Van Buren party, on llife.credit of..the Treasury, to save the UNITED ST OTES FROM BANKRUPTCV!! 'Tell it not in path, proclaim it nnUn.thelstreets,. of Askelon,'.'.that last year the United States had FORTY-FIVE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS over and above-hcrwanls in ihe Tre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Office-holders vs. the People. We cut.thc following comment on the Treasury Circular from the Cincinnati Gazelle. We recommend it to the attentive perus.tl of all whtLaru in favor of equality of rights, piivileges, and GAvment favors—of ajl who think and know, that the favors of Government should,''like the dews of heavtTirfall upon the poor as well, as the rich." Read this comment, and then eny-j.whether you canany longersupportthepresentdynasty, which was; at-an eviriiour, Buflered~tirge"rpossession of our Government, to lord it oVer you, and your _dSiU!est_rjgl!ls!=;/A. . j l .'._'." . Democratic Imparlialily.-^rUeYisttowing letTer" has been published, and its authenticity hot having been denied, it is to be assumed as authentic: TiiKAsliJnTAjErAnTjrKXT,) Mwg&si 16, 1837. j \ Sin:—The near SppKiadh. of the.session, of Congress makes it proper Mr me to apprise you,,in order that the iriforu)<(Ton may be used for the benefit,»ixil accomm<jUatrpn of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Fouthb.Hebaxd and Exrosrrtm. , MEssaa: EniTons.—It was once remarked by a celebrated writer, thatr."^no>'a)i« Rn j^f^Sce gcnerally^ciliand in hand"—a saying that is fully exemplified in'the course arid character of.the .editor of the Volunteer.' This illiterate tSacher, this, vain prefehder, this egotistical flirt, every week renders himself still more ridiculous inthe eyes of men'of discrirriirlation, by liis"sicklyscrib-!blings," his disjuhlted. paragraphs', and his arrogant tone. Having acquired some little reputation by fathering the productions of other "mek's nnAiNs," and having'been accidentally placed at thehead-ofa-political pa'perrh^li'astlie'presurhpf tion to turn critic, and to lecture his party on Van Tlureriism andTfflti-BaliklsnTf-!!! fact, many per-¦spiis who might read tlie Volunteer, and not know the calibre ef tlie dditcr'a mind, in the extent of his learning and researches, would be led to believe that he had taken his degrees, in (he"Qld College,*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

the JLion Cagctll .7 v\e are happy to. say that the whigs Of Soiilh. amptonjp. have elected James Willis, lrispeclor." This • will nfrord-'our-'frieniis an opportunity. 'ol cohung.to <ho l»61fs and voting oh Tuesday next .without molestation. Heretofore, it was dilfitult for. a" modest voter to get in his vof? without being attacked by the Southampton tion. The vot,e'ri therefore, need not then have any.fears rioiv as he will be'chained oii that day. "EDUCATION U a belter safeguard lor liberlyr than7a slandlng. army. Jfwe, rettehch: tlie wages ol tho schoolmaster, wc' must raise the 1 wageiof ihe recruiting-sergeant." - ¦ ¦ ' ¦ - - *- > : ' . - . . . '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

For the Herald and Expositor., .. The Currcncu. Never was the currency of our Countrj iri a more wretched condition than at presents. Shin-plasters,in a torn and tatter^ ed.icpnditiun,-and-from every-q.uarter-of this and the adjoining States, are presented to the people in payment for their produce and .merchandize', which ^lluyy are expected to receive without .complaint. And this, then, is the Mil of the great "experiment" set on foot by Gen. Jackson, in 1832! He then promised that gold, and silver should-take the place of the "filthy rags" of the monster—and instead of gold and silver, he has given us r^mrfery-frnues"TaTliii boasted "better ~currencTft'^Th&:gi\eT\Tm^ in pKustrat'irig the Bank of the United States, (one of tho best moneyed institu tions ever csiablishedAn this or any other country,) and dendsited the revenue of the country in certain State Banks, and boasted of their abilityvto regulate the n^etaryViTdirToT^^ tfte •<pet banks" doi\e sti? No!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Great JPiibMc Electing. - At'ti'large and respectable Senatorial District meeting,—composed-of-the -counties of.Adams," Cumberland and Franklin, held.in Shippe'nsburg, Oii Satiii'llay the 30th ofSeptember, to take into consideration the qualifications of the different candidates for the Seiiate of Pennsylvania, arid lo express their sentiments on the present condition of our country, HENJAMtNjya'NOLOS, Esq., was appointed-President. Maj.-Jiiiiif HXitPKtiaiul Philip ISkiilis, Esq-rATce Presidents, and L. G. -Brandeberry and-C—.4-Jl/urfafrOr-Esqrs'-,^Secreta-r ries. The ,objects~of the'meeting having been statetl, pn motion, a Committee vof three was ap-' pointed to draft resolutions, wherupon Jasper.E. Brady, B. Ilradbury and S. D. Adair, Esqrs., were appointed. During Ihe absence of the Committee, the meeting was ably and eloquently addressed by Gen. Simuel AlexiiiVuer. He"wusfollqwed by Air; Brady and" Bratlbiiry, who presented thc'Tcsolutions^wilh some very close anilracy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Robinson's old Establislkccl") AND FORTUNATliXSPFlCEr-i 80 Balt.-st.-,4 doors below the KranklliVUariKTJ"— rin^AL [$4a ©CM*, ' - 7bgopjf, oh the 21st day of. 0dober,183r:::*f. ROBINSONhas the pleasure of. announcing to his friends and- patrons abroad the sehe/iie of ariothei' grand lottery to be drawn on.SATUR. DAV, the 21st day of October, 1837, the Va. State Lottery, f6r the.benefit-of tlie Mechan;ea| Benevolent Society of Norfolk, Va., class 8, for 1837, to be drawn at Alexandria, Va. on SATUR-, DAY," Oct 21, 1837, at 3 o'clocki'W. M. 75 No. Lottery arid eleven drawn ballot?.' --,.-'— ^-dHAND SEIIESl^. : '- ' 1 prize of $tt0,000r$10,000,^150 prizesof $lG00j i-prize-of- - $40(000 1 pri*e of gl,940 l^- ^—J0,03t>-$-.--i~ . -,.-' l f50J 1 4.000 5 .---'- '1,200 I ¦ • -3,000 .150 ..',-'¦ .1,000. 64 prizes' of §100—to 1st and 2d drawn numberss 64- do '90-*to2d " 3d do do 64 do 80*to3d. " 4th. dd' -do".. 64- do 70-Lto4t|i " 5th. do do . PrTzesTiT- the scheriie amotinthig" to mor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

A; V ft 1 uabi 67 Pft.r ni, W 'lti'L be sold at.-publlc-vendue, on.Satur-. . day the i 4th day of Ottoihu', 1837, pn the prernises.thatvaHtable tracfjA lartd^sittta'te in Allen to.wnsllipi CumbeMand county, Pa. two miles south east of Mcchanicsburg, joining larjils of Daniel M older, John Sheely, ¦¦ and others, containing " '"'"'"." "¦' ¦'. :M%.%'A<@MMU*- ;.:/ of Patented land, more or jess,- The sod i» Limestone;of ah excellent quality,.and m a ijood state of cultivation. About 120 acres are cleared, and the balance in good thriving tlmbeiv :Dirthefarm is an excellent - ' " - .' v ^Lpple prdiiard. The improvements area largeDouble Stott.-7: PwelUngJHodse.jyelUinlshed^yyith.^ tlie-«hole length oTthc-buildirtg-i a twostory stone Spring house;, a smoke' house, and.a bricfe dry house. - An excellent building used as a Wagohmaheris shop; a large Log Barn with a wagon slipd attached; and a stoneho^ peii.,.;J!lhere^arethi:ee~w.ells^^^pfjwatei1:conyen-7 ient to said building, wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

IVIABRIED, -i Oh the 21st insf., by the Uev. D. P. Rosenmill.cr, Mr. John Chambers, to Miss Catharine ^ IVurit, both of this county. • -L On the 21st i'nst. by the Itev. II. R. Wilson, the Uev. Robert Gracey.Vn^lot of tlie Associate Ueformed Church of CharriC' ersburg, to Miss Jane M Chirk, of Southampton township. ..On_t.be...21st. ult.. by. the. Uev. John. Mostly, Mr. James Sharp, of Cass county, Indiana, to .Mi^._4tos,flM/_Jaiie,-tlaughter_.of-.Nlr. ..Joseph Quiglry-of Hopewell township. On the 26th insf. in'Sliippensburg, by the Uev; Henry It Wilson, Dr. Archibald Rankin of Neiv. ville,-to Miss^liary Jane Fulwilcr.of the former place. "'—~" :—! —7__ On the same day, -by the same, Mr. William JYevinpf Pittsburg, to Mils Hannah.Tune, e'dest daughter of John.MaClay Esq., df .Shippcnsburg;. ':;,., -•-. —JJIBD. . > . ! On Wednesday Iiist, the.27th tilt., Mrs. Jinn Amelia Gould, wife of tlicJajtc Christopher Gould, agetl about 83 years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

.yi3Bytc'¥kii B..,.. _ Will be exposed to Public Sale, on.tlie premises on Saturday the 21st day of October"irisl/a 'Evact of Xmitl, / situated In Vrankford township, Cutnhcrland crfunty, on the-roa'd leading from Diller'a Bridge to' Dublin Gap, containing about 25^res^mtne or less, upon,which is erebled^s*"^ / 1 -. ;«& a»^.©^iwSi_iv""-:;" And a LO6 BARN; two Wells of water on the premises, a first rate Apple^rclmVd. , The pr operty is under good fence ami in".? good state of cultivation. The laiitV adjoins »h_j}tQpfijLly_llil Petcr-ilyei-s, ChnSrTaT)7i'37n'er~ George Eckerdt ajidothfcrs. !__„ 0 -' •"« . .Terms of'Sale are risTfollowsTfhe TiilTortlie" purchaie ^ moiley to ^ be ptid on the 1st ''day rif April, 1838, when possession will befciven," Hie rernainiler-in two equal annual paynienfig without our hiterest, ; ..'."•-,¦' ''•-.¦ . ^- .' • --'. 1 :7. ..J ..JOSEPH .jlEnEULIG.r October 2,1837. . ,-.- "1-'. •" . ' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

»»™~^T:r_M.3HC||3;!;.._:,..: %. . ¦ ^ j" -. The crgdUorsiof.U.VAughfnbauglj.'.deceaseiT will take (lotice that lheSA|iditoFatt» marshal) the ansets ^ of the estate among tbem'.-'wil'I meet-al'tji^ house of itqhert Macfarlane, Carlisle, oil Wetlnes. day the IStb.day of Oclober":inst, at 2b'clock, ,P."M.-;.-"<-v7i' -.--.-. '-,- -:-.-; . .N-^—GEO Ft,$MntGt-' ") 5a JOHNIRVINE, •'. - <§. '.'" ' • ¦JiQ$:.T. MACFJlilLAXE .Sx October 2. 1837. " ; " ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

fl'JCO^THE VOTERS OF CUMBERv ' , ^ AND COUNtY: ^ Thunkfui f.ir the liberal encouragement oflered' me as a candidafe for Slierift', 1 nevertheless bee leave ^ decline stamling a pollat the present time.., Tins determination h_s been taken'ih coiii sequence of severe dornestio affliction, and other ^^'jes.UD.fcnescsaary at! present toriicritmii. . " '¦. ! JOSEPH WAGOONER. ; -,;|Jewlpii township, Octobers,:lS$r. %". \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

bk. Diti\i»t;ieriis ^ '¦ '' ; ¦ Irfegetajtifc tfniversal Pills. science should contribute to the'Comfort, Health ¦ '•¦'"'' • ¦••-" and Happiness of'Mankind." . Oiv tlie-eighteenth7of May, .1835, tbCse how truly celebrated Pills were first iiiiid'eMtnOwn in the United States, although in Kjirope "they hiid been previously before the publicvnearly a century. The American public naturally viewed hem with suspicion, • bill as on trial they-were Found what they-professed, it;was-soert-displaced by tlie) greatestcor.fidence. ' In fact t!;u i.m.tjpersons who/navecommenced with them under the most trying circumstances of bodily afllictioh,(when evftry'olher means and medicine had proved altogether unavailing, have been restored 0 ll'ealthaiiu hilppiiies'ss from tlieir use, ami tlie CQnseqjaenceTJs; they__are.n6 W-reoomtrtejuietl-by ilrousatldsloFpersons whom .they have cured"-.of Consumption, Influenza, Colds, Indigestion, Dyspepsia,.Headache,.Pains, arid a scnse'of fullness lii'the b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 October 1837

Shaw's Pat eft t \ * &HRESHIJVG MACHINE. - THE subscriber having purchased of W. Stair, th.e" right for Cumberland county, of Shaw's Patent threshing Macnirj.ei_wpuld ..inform the public?; that he has-on hand ami Intends manufacturing a good material, the ^ above mentioned machines, at his shop hi '¦west PoHifret-street,, Carlisle. The subscriber does not pretend to say any thing respecting the" good qualities of the machine, hut wouldrespectfully- refer the farmers of (his countyrto any-of-the-gentlemen whose ^names are attached to the certificate below, from whom any information-respecting tt can t>e had* It is but necessary to say that for cheapness, ease of horse power, and simplejhess of construction, it has not beensurpassedfby any "machine yet invented.- 60 or 70 bushels of grain can be threshed with'on'e Jiorse in'a day/ and about-100 bushels-with tw»5"horseS. ' '• / '-''..' The subscribet/jias-improved the machine to" as to he abWto thresh much faster...

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