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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. OFFICE in ilic South West arigte oj the public Square, bach of the. Cwrt-Bousr • TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oiid Dollar and Fifty cents a year in^dvanci. two Bollnrti If paid within the. year. _>nc Dollar for six moiitt-B.'1'-* -:.' TI1030 tcrnis will lio rigidly adhered to. RATES OF ADVERTISING, Adfertlie.nt.its', making Sheen lines or less, will be barged nt the rote of Fitly cents for one Insert on - hri.fl.nie8 for" Ono Dollar, and twoiity-flve ce„,a f„, . very-subsequent insertion. Yearly advertisers wilt ie charged at ilitt following.rates: i. bus Column-, with the paper, for one year, - |~» Haifa column, do. do; *'* tTwo-Sauares, withiluartedyjlhOBBes, Si" BU3I11C33 Cards, wllh,tbeji»_>er, - *3 JOB PAINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Such as Handbills, iJlanks-'Circulare arjd every other th?r description-"HMntinivexccutedhansolnely and Jtpcditiously, and at the LOWEST .FHICL.S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

, Jtob^ 7ir HBWaif EBOAK KBBNH,-ATTORNEY AT LAW. WI LL prnctiee-ln the several Courts of Cumberland and the adjoining counties, and ntteniltoall professional business entrusted to his '•.,<_care'wlth m'onitilncss a#d fiild'Uyi—'!<£& Office-in SoulU. Hanover street, in Qraliflrn s HaKjff hfiilding, opposite die Post Office. ij^Hgrlisle, Aiigusj.tg6,1845.-fy. ^F JOSBPHKNOS, ~' mu. A TTORNEY AT LAW, (lato of Pittsburg, ^%ra. Pn.,) will'practice in tho Courts ol Cumberland and" the adjoining counties. OfliO T on West High street, noxt_.d.oor lb J. Hamilton, JEsq. Carlisle, October 8. 1845 Attorney at §Law. OFFICE in South llanovej' sireel, a lew doors below J. ltrGiahnul ^ lisii-July 16,1845. . . HARLES B. rENKOSB, Late. Solicitor of iTie Treasury of the United Slates, WILL "practice Law in the several Courts o Lunctsler County. Office in Sooth «uce Street, lute'/ occupied by .luhu It. Muntgom fcry, Esq. .lune 18,1845. ' wm^mmmm^^ ! J <£>» Ga^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

GALISLE FEMALE SFMINAPYj UNDERfflfe DIRECTION OF JHsses Phehe and Charlotte Paine. expenses. . BOARD, wilh fuel, light's nrtd washing, will be furnished to young ladles at Vi 25 durng tho summer roonttis, and.§2 50 during the winter months. . '. TUITION.—Common.English studies,,-as Geography, History, JGrainmar, Arithmetic,. Reading.and Writing; pefqr: • 95'00 Astronomy, Algebra, Geonfictry, NaU oral-Philosophy and English OompoaU liorf; . -. -—,--.-—-5.SU . Higher branches, as Botany, Chomistry, Rhetoric, Mental and Moral Phllpa. ophy, the LUnguogesi Dfawing, Poiht..: ing, &.C.WH1 involvo.in extra charge of 3,50 Lnssons in 1 nstrUriicnlal' M usic, by Prof. E. L. Walker, for an extraohargb of T - -• .. . ,, 13.00 —T4io-3^tion-vvill-be_rei}uir^LiinartB_ly_.rii__ thopricft of Boafd monthly inT»ance, and no dcduolToh made for absence but inpisc of sickness. To the boa-rding schoars. 'Mhe use ofa very excellent piano iE;iurnished without charge and ar-angehionts havo also be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

^n^^WtBSfiWftS . . '¦ -BEIitJEVJa HHi - - - % ' ny cuHLEsawAiN. _ Believe me orbgllevc.mp hbt, , Jtx other ahriiie I could ne*er bow. The world itself might be forgot—But never ttion-^oh, never thou) Though absent 1 recall" thy charms, And.wIflh_e__t--aa.l6Vcra when theypaVt-Va like tlie vine,.a thousand arips. f , To'clasp thee, hold tlioe, to tny heart. There's not a pulao within my breast -. But thrills and trembles to thy tou^h ; J Forgetl'oht no—the fear Is.lest My soul may love thee ovcrrtiucli. The very nameeachfeeling warms,.-And oft,1 though vain, the wish will start That vlno-Ufcos I?d ^thousand arma,^ Tb clo^p thee ever to'niy tieort I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

' Gen. Taylor ¦ in ''EuMHKj^. ; These simple anecdotes must;.tHHj^pra|ff the heart' of every .Araericari;.:! _3^^^T<., hoaid pf sneers at the military e?ife|B|iJ Gen. Taylor; bill -hd'-iha^wSU-^p^rd tliem wheti-he.sees that Ills eohdfa^||the .WAT on the fiio Gmndehas feeelyiffi^coi:-"dTdl approbation ol the ".Iron Dukei^K^pt General of Europe. A oomplime^tJ^giioU a man, deserves to be .lr(edB(. red'tfp^j^^ .jewel of American miltt.ary" hislop^Whb .does not.dellght to »6e.thi. e.lbjmte|»jffidt3 which pttr Republic occupies ih._th^^os of "Europe?- ^ ; ~T^~' ""^y^rjIlfelvT ' Tho lollowing deeply' 'intere'slirigiflfflacts are from aleller tb a gebtleinan th|M» .cily, says the feiclimdnd Enquirer, who lMphdly lumUhed theni to us. Thtsy-' nre^^inost beautiful-'com'mentary—upon^ lhe-wlles-ol ! ' Palo Alto" and "JResaca. de laMiljii^J lliaf^ro have yet seen: . .|li7. MaCbw, July 23gfB^S.' Taylor's victories have been felt .mSjre.jiiere, in .Europe, e.Veri lli.an'^ti-Kojne.., ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

TllptuaWMia, 0^- The applOach'rig struggle Pennsylvania will|be between the politicians and the people—belween tho ambition of James K. Polk, and the honour, interest and prosperity ol the Keystone Stale. The ndniinistration'is exerting all ifs power to induce our farmers, mechanics, and -day-laborers, to sacrifice thcSir views—to abandon the principle ol prbtectioiriollome lnduslry,and adopt the Froo Trade doctrine. In this eflort, it is assisted by men who' make politics n tradi! —who look lo Washington for patronage and power. ' lliit surely ijie*'great, mass. of> the honest yeomanry ol the, country cannot.lie thus aeceived and trifled with. Thoy have been defrauded once by the same men, and evpenenee should, and will, we trust, teach ihem wisdom.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

A Falsehood Nailed. ' The Ledgftr some time since, started the story lhal the wages of the hands_empJoyod in the- Trenton Iron works had been raised since the passage of die British Tariff, as an evideuce dl JlTiigpauk" Tl^p following letter from Ihe Manager of these wPrks nails the falsehood. TbeSton Jkos; Wongs, Atlg. 2»st,-183(J. jf' o the Editors of the Public Ledger : Gentlemen—About ten days since my 'attention was called to a'pArngraph ;in. your esteemed paper, and which I believe-has passed the general round of circulation, sl'ating.ihat the jvdWos ofthe hahds employecrjn tlie Tfe'hto'ii Iron Works had been' raised in consoguence-of-ihe-passageypf--tho-tarilFTsf 1846. I Ibrbovd to ccrntradicl the statement | at the lime, as it seemed lo me clear that every, intelligent man, at all conversant wilh the state and prospects' of the iron business, would see at once that it \iSS tin entire errot and tiald originated in some misconception. Bui finding that it lias been exte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

Pass it Around-the Fraud Admitted! COAL, 1UON ANDPENNSYLVANIA Most of our readers, says the Philadelphia Inquirer,--havp alrfeady been informed that .Spveial ofthe leading Locdlbcos of this State, iwHd.are in the Joonfidettce-pf—the-Admini£-. :ffation; ardj in the cpiirsb of their electioneering taetilJs, making an _eflort-lo persuade,ihe .people that during the next session of Congress, the Tarifl'of '46 will be repealed, so tar as relates to coal andiron."' But this is a ' PU4.UD, a moreEIJECTlONERiPiG rRlCK. Some of the more, manly ofi the . de;n.Ocratip piiijts havp already had the franktii_s_i' IP admil and-ddnounee itas'such,, \V-ifribss. the folldwmg,.which we cppy'.rb'in the New York Globe of Sept. 2t/ a ldading Administration jourrial. of the Commercial.Emporium: .*• AVe have atride up our mind to suyjuilainlj- to ttiose n-lio wish la hold out InitucojiiwHirto a portion of the people of EeiuisylvnjitorTliiil Hie next Congress will -increase tl*diiljHSfi-eoB|-nnd-Irn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

- The Issue' in Next Ociober, y JAMES M. POWER I WM, B. FOSTER !¦¦- ANDT'IIE . -|,-" ;i*ANtOTHE. WtaV Ofariff df I British Stffiff of 18%2. j 1846. People of Pennsylvania,: says'the Hfeadin^ Journal, here is the issup^laifly stated.- The eleclioitof JAMe"S ~ M. PDWER-\ViUJ bere- -— gatded all over the Union as eyid.Bpc.iiHot to. be inisuiiderstood, that PENNSYLVANIA Is. not to be PftOST-RATED IN THE pMg' , ' or her honest voters CHEATED iilh^M^¦# . BUGGED with impunityT-^v/hile'eve^p^^ polled 'for WILLIAM B: FQSTE_R_Ml%_45_y deemed an exprpssion-in favorofiFREE. .TRADE and the BRITISH .TARIFF oi, 1846 j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

' Who. Was Deceived! —-rhe-last™K«eseville-'Republicau~rPrtafM that " during the canvass prev.ip.us, tp the Presidential election of'l§44Jha staunch Whi^ of Keerleville went to thP Ausable-Fprks foi; the ptnpose of making an ,appeal.'fb', the, blobmers/^and others engaged iii the Iron business.'in behalf of the Whig candidates and the Protective Tariff of 1842.'-, £. goodlyi number were collected- lo hear him of, all panics, and he frankly, expiess.ed hjsjf^ara that tho 'lariff'wpukt not be sale ifi the hahas of Polk—that one of tlie first acls oi his administration would be to repeal the Tariffof 184!!. A prominent Locofoco Jron-masler, standing under a hickory pole He had SrSfitea in Iront of bis factory,.would repeat at the end of each sentence, ' it's a lie!' His workmert, who .were slant) ing about him, took up the word, and daring the riist of the canvass, to %liylliiiig that \vt_s.said of .Polk's ppnosition to the PiOtective system, tlie invariable answer was returned...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

SbnS of Temperance. l , The Philadelphia " Weekly- Paper" contains the following atticle, descriptive of Ihe origin afid design of this deseryedW popidar. nrilfr nrirt we rpr-rimn_hnrl it to th¥ careful pdritsal of all who aro not marshalled under the banner o! " Love, Purity apd Fidelity."" The Order of the Sons of Tempeiancg, which is seemingly thrusting its arms every-\vhpro, and'gathering the hosts of Temperance inlcVits Divisions, is perhaps not-so generally understood in its particulars as ils great merits' deserve. The Older, ijtis hardly worth while" to say, "was built up on the hint afforded by previous organizations: It is, however, as a matter of principle,"fat moro simplefhaii its .predecessors.. Not Jlhat 11 attaches any blame lo thoso orders on account ol complexity, but because taking advantages of their experience and aiming with-all its heart at universal>bfo'rn. ofintetnperate habits and customs, it also aims at the mOsl wide spread approval. Its foi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

Mr. Foster's Prospects. ,. : 11 ever a ci-iiilicjato had a squally prospeel before him, wo think Mr. Foster, the selfnominated locoloco candidate lor Canal Commissioner, now has. On every hand he is getting most direct cutting thrusts from his own party; stfch as fo're-dooitv him lo defeat beyond a doubt.. Among the many evidences of the 'determination to floor him, we may mention the fact, that the Huntingdon county Locofoco Convention passed a resolution approving ihe ONE TERM'principle, and said not a word about Mr. Foster! The Mifflii: County Convention did the same thing, only more so; for It gives His Excellency, Gov. Shunk, a hint also, in this wise : "Kesofved, That-we declare it (one tern.) the settled principle of Mifflin county in relation to all future elective offices from Ooi-cmm- to Auditor inclusive.'1 .. A'nd-ttgainl Jhe.?T)emociatic_CQnv;enlipn__ of Warren c.ounty, has adopted-the following, which is alsolo the point: " Resolved, That rotation in office is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

-1——-^^^^^(Sfe^p - _ - • QARMSLg, PA. ~ . " ..J^KDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1846, ¦ ¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

-PANIEL COBLE, Silver Spring. Director of tlie Poor. - - '^g&COB HERSHE, North Middleton, . -"¦ '_. i±3l&SS!?- " Auditor. ^ii'^^PpHN T. GREEN, Dickinson. * .^" ^i"-" 'Coroner: ¦ ' *.. _L" _JTHOS..CRAIGHEADj.)t.iEasLI?ennsboro! (tt"A'.'democrat of-iijibkinson" desire? hs to say that he will probably, have another —communication. ta„j»ake,.to<-his. old friends next week. ', Qi^The" member of the Whig Standing Comipittee for Dickinson township, is John Hunan, and not Henrie, as published in our last. ~i Call and see rr!—T,he beautiful new hall '*— of the Sons ol Temperance. Division No. 9, h. Beetem's Row, will ^ be opened to visiters * i m- Friday evening. • 047* College commenced .yesterday.— yrom the number of new laces on out streets ; We judge there has been a considerable accession of new student;. O^On ourfirpage wiH.befound acouple ofcolumus of political articles. Our, readers will excuse us for appropriating a large space of our paper to poli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

Mr. tester and the Tariff The Harrisburg Uninri, a week or tw'STSgo, declared-that Mr. Foster was not a Free Trade man, and endeavored to show that ho was a friend of'.the Tariff.' . The. Hiirrisbiirg Argus, also a Locotbcb I paper, and which strongly supports Mr. Foster for Canal Cnnimissioner, in its jssue of ^. Vednesday last tak^s ground against the Union, and declares, emphatically, that-Mr. Foster is a Free Trade mah,an open opponent of Ihe Tariffof' 18-12, and an advocate and defender ofthe vicieit expressed by the organs of Ihe Administration at- Washington !"—=The Argus says ith'asno desire to see Mr. Foster "misrepresented, and for ibis reason' makes tho above correction. The People of Pennsylvania will here see the absolute necessity of rallying against the election of Mr. Foster. The' vote on tho Canal CoWmiissioner will now be regarded as a vote tor or against the Tarifi of 1842.-* Let the friends of that great Measure—a measure that has brought Prosperity to .the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

^igvttulfuval Sociy -Annual Fall meeting, On the FOURTH THURSDAY, being Ihe 22d day of October, 1816, to continue . Two Bays. The Ploughing mafch will bo in a field on ihe farm ofThbrhas Craighead in Southrniddlefon Township, on the'Bnltimnre Turnpike pn Thursdaythe 22d"0f"October; 1846," at 11 o'Plock, A., Jul. The"exhibition of animals. agrioulturaUyjiplements, vegteables, and- all aiiiofes of domestic use will be oil the fur'rii of John Noble & Co. adjoining ^atlislo, o'n Friday tlie 23d of October, 1846,'at a o'clock. A.'M.' whore owhere ^ if-lhey diink prppetL may place aniFdeposit The" subject "of exhibition the day belore, and it wi|l be sufely at-¦ ' tended-to;——"^ ; • . . ~^-^*~r~ '" Com m if fee "on Pldughing.T-flon, John Smart, Andrew Frazieiv Daniel jCobjb. - Cbmm'iltee.pn.Orpps arid Seeds,—Christian Vitrei, W.ilham!Aifaras,ThoniM.^cCullougli. 'i Comiriillep ohrfiorses Ma'res amd Grills:— :.Wiri;; MvBiddle^Thbk: Bradley).William (Si 'Davii|8on>y;-:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

"- .:.¦&_¦ FronrthiilSbniliir ~—r The lastedJYsjfrdm the Sonth brings 'intal--. ligence ^ bf.t"he lbss^sBip^ok oi ,he,U. S. brig-of^ar. TriwiPn, near?ffid moutif bf -th"^ river .TJuspan^ptf the Meiilcan coast. ;She ,wi»3longpimdtekatlin^iqna.lrori^flVem "Uru_j,:and was, wrecked.by .the v'iolent'gales ^S.lLb I( ?L' ?I_.th ^Lco ™1 at this season of the year. She thus fell a prdy To" the enemy, -»-two Lieutenants and nineteen of the crew reached Ihe squadron at Vera Cruz in boats and the remainder, Scluding the Captain were.made prisoners and matched off to Tartipicb. Santa Anna had landed at Vera Cruz, and was received with great demonstrations of joy—the'eity and caslleboth saluting him.— He whs permitted to land by Commodore Connor. It is presumed that he had a passport. ' The rumor that the U. S. Naval forepp in Ihe Pacific under Com Sloat-had-taken-^ossession of California, is confirmed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

Late from the Army* _. Riot and Massacre among tlie Volunteers. By the Soiilhern snail we have New Oilcans papprs of the 6th inst, the Delia of that dale says; " We'have been permitted to -P_yu_s_s_a±etter _from...Genecal -Taylorydaled Camargo. August 20. The letter stales thai he had sent on*200"mules,--30C!'>agdn's and 11,000 rations, and that he would Irimsfclt move on the 1st or 4th inst. for MonferBv—that if the e'tiemV did not give him fight there he would p.ujfeon to°Silliloes, and there arrange his jtfins for a future_and more- forward movements'' ' • The Picayune gives tho followsng account ofa terrible tiot among the volunteers; On the night of the 31st alt. a riot broke oul among the vohlnteers on board a steamboat lying at an encaihptment opposite Burita. The particulars of this shameful affair, as we have them, ate as follows: On board 'he boat were some three or lour companies ol Georgia volunteers. Of these there was one Irish company a-tired had existe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

_.*, • ,. MARRIED, ... tn Erie, Pa., on lhe22d ult.,,tiy the Rev, Geo. Lyon, Mr. Wm. P' Cu'lbertsoU, of Erie, to Miss Mary C. ^1'Coiid, formely of Carlisle. ... On the 10th insl.by the Rev. A, Tudetfope, Mr Fiiancis Zbiiman, of Philadelphia, tb Miss McEittot, of Hamilton Village. ———mm———I—ii—m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 16 September 1846

i7!9^^E;KTiTn»ir^7r^^ The Carlisielndcpeiident Artillery, - WI ^. P"^,')" ..SAT kF"DAV. Sep.c-ml.MTiT T-'-srtliTiiea.aucati on- Ha 1 l;-»t- o- g'eibek V. M./well.equilit lor drill atul int.prcl'ion - '-.' ' ' ¦ v- A John f. hunter, capiain Goilisle, September 16,-1846.- ¦• - - •-,¦-- , r NOiTICI!. TH_3 creditors of Benjamin tongnebkef are .r ticroby notified that-tho ^accuunt or MM Rupp, his Assignee, has been finally'nettled bv Ihe Court, and that he will on SATURDAY the 10th Ootober,-1846, be «t the .fcuse pf Da. vid Brnbecker. in Allen Townnhip, at 10 o'. cioek, A. M., lo receive all tho claimi oiidmakc distribution of tho balance in his handa.« » e , , J JOHN RUPP, Assignee. • t-eplomber 16, 184fi, . Dissolution of Partnership. THE public. U |lcroby inrormed ,|l0t„,e «..„ P r "°/r rP P , iere .lo,'°,'eJ?xisli»e'u'n<1er llio u ¦ ,A a. E . N & EHF,RSQI°E^_dointf-_ business at Alterton,-Cumberlorid couW^ mn\ dissolved on the.10 b of Mny fc., by mutual consent. ...

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