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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

SUMMARY JUSTICE OF OLDEN —----- --—-—TIMES:-----.- j In the settlement oT the Colony, of Con-; liecticuti about thevear.. 1645J,, under qthe admiHi8tration^f.^i^aid.,.„HopkinsAiwlu) for several years was Go^erpqfoTjBe.CrpJiq^ liy, a.law vyas passed by the Qeueral Cpurt,' sa it was then called,' prpTiibitingth'elUfling of deer during ,tKose months in the. year, in which they were poor and of little or jdo value) and subjecting the offender to the penalty of a fine of forty shilling, '* pne moiety whereof to be paid the treasurer of the^towTi~wh"erem-the^ffeTicTsHallT^c^ mittedr and the*"othfir* tfio''"'-- ™-h»s-i.ii»- v ,, -'_^_-._ . " " "i«,iy-io.Jiim_wno rI^qII .- /* ——v;--v."wUct'ioy andpro^ecute the same to'ef-; -feet. And jnjcasejliedeUn^iuentshall neglect or refuse to pay such fine he shall be publicly whipped. 6n the naked body, not exceeding twenty stripes." . __ , Sometime in the month of April, a month in which the law forbade thejiilling of deetj one'iof. the. Gove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

I I Ml—^—*i—I— — ./; "POlililCAX,'^ JOSEPH RITNEB.< ';' "VSp'far as we'have~beeHTible"tS~lea"lrnTSffd pur ppportunities are not limited, the renoniination of JOSEPH RrPNER tor Governor, receives the universal approbation of all his former supporters, and is hailr ed with joy by many pfthpse who opposedhim''at4he-la'te-electiori. -TT;In-6ur own county there are hundreds of the latter who join heart and hand with us In elevating the Old Farrher^of Washington to the. Gubernatorial ;chair. The People generally admit the prudence arid econpih'y of. his administration, and are willing and. ready again tp place in his hands, the rehis of government. ' The people have jifreat reason foy their strpng'attadhiflent to" Joseph. Ritner—they too; well, remember the situation of the Commonwealth when he came, into office; Her resources >vere crippled, her credit gone, and borfte-dowii with heavy^debt, without* means to pay even the interest—. shJB_jvlas_.surrounded by a horde o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

The People's CaaiilijlaSe—Une .y - Keieimc. ¦" />.- ¦ . - It must be a matter of pride to every" true hearted Penhsyfvanian, when 'he re fhjetsupon.theJllQin^hino ^^.condition of thefinances pftliis conim'owealtln Duririg tlie administration of George Wolf, which en-, ded in the year>1835, the State debt had vastly accumulated. ' .The-revenue foil far shOrt-Tofpayhig the interest upon thejnpney expended—the credit of the .State . nearly exhausted—and the recourse.Tjffa statetari was, resorted to, iyhich. was virtually mortgaging pyery foot of {and in tlie coinmonwealth; to extricate thelState from, the dileminii'whicl^ the prodigality of that administration Had brought upon her. -"This was our condition at that time—butHAmi.y for the REopr-a, FARMER RITNER was elected—-the whole scene was changed; a different, policy was ^purstted—sveu AS HAS, BROUGHT US tO-AJi^LEVATIpN WHICu'. pUR SISTER STATES MAY ENVY—BtlT CANNOT RIVAL. '¦ He has given us.thel^e'st currency in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

JOSEPH RITNER. We are pleased to see and equally proud, to declare that .nptwithstanding the, malignity of his" enemiei,-"riot one word,-r io't a.s.ingle'shade of moral reproach has been or.cari he cast against the narne of pur excellent and worthy Governor. Joseph; Ritner's moral character starida^pn a lofty, pedestal, "without stain arid withput reprtfach.'r—We.take pleasure in this .consideration';.for we conceive that the.rnoral fame :of a presiding-officer of. the state'of Pennsylvania, composed as itisof one of the most upright arid moral populations in the world, should be. luminous and clear, so that it may be a bright beacon and example to the-youthful and aspiring portion of her community; The qualities .required for good govennent are not; merely 'strong-abilities.. They to be 'sure are. important^-r-indeed almost necessary; but if coupled with a dishonorable, private course, or with' dissolute private History, and unsatisfactory moral principles, they must, fail of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

j RlTN-ER AN.D.-P-ENNSX' LVANJa; '"'"' jri VVe.see in the papers intiri.ations tlinj; changes have-taken, place hi counties,, far vorable to-each'cariditlato foi; the gtiberna- -' torial chair pfPennsylvani?., and the.names V ofsoirichalf a dozcn-pei-f-cnis are given on both aides. We prpte'm'.. hot to .know what—^ has' been1 the number <jf changes—but if. ' our Liformation ;is-cor-r3ctrthev-arer-{large and small;) favorable ,jn tae w"l,0le to- Mr. - Ritnen .And why--..houldjtney not'be so? What object, we ; £^wit j, feelings alive . 10 the lmTspnaiiea 0j' the, subject-of^whiclj; .it^reai,^^yh?_:t_0iijeet_c.-iii atiy.Peurisylr _L valiiau have, to. give "a vote,' that must-beconstrued, ar,^wi|i, prove) favorable to. the present dyr, iSty at Washinglo'n? Pennsylvania liar,, .\,y the force of circumstances, been pl'Ucxd in- a, wrong- position.inrcgaftl- to. nati-o'iai politics, and it" behooves "her to redeerr\( herself. The .policy of the present a"n'i'.iistration, miscii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

¦' Correspondence.of> the.Balt(mo?e Patriot. '"THE SUB-TREASURY lilLL DE • FEATED. , Tlie House of Representatives, true'to the;opinions, the wishes, the determination Of tiro people, has rejected by a'dircct vole„ the Sub-Treasury Bill. -One hundred arftt twenty-live ''mom'Kcrs^ut of tvvo~hnndred and thirty-six have recorded their names decisively, against the odious and pernicious ¦ measure;—giving us- a majority of fourteen! ' I can convey to yo'ur readers no ¦ jdea of tlie joy, the exultation', the delight with which thciicws.of-this Iriymph has been =i-cceivcd4iinl-signalizcd4hroughoiit-thfrcUyv . We all " breathe free." • "-'.' That soi-d\saiit Conservative, Fdslcr, of New York, intends tomovea reconsideration of tlie vote to-morrow-. It jyill.be of ^iio avail—except to furnish another proof of t]ie. "weakness of the Sub-Treasury men. Mr. Foster will find it rather difficult to change fourteen votes. -^-Iliave-iiotrrooin-lio-wllbr--comineiits,_but simply ask the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

Frdm"the Crawford Statesman ANOTHER PROP GONE. ¦' We take pleasure in laying the subjoined communication before the public, .The gentleman whose name is appended has been heretofore an unwavering supporter oil: the National-Administration, but like hundreds of others in this county, he can't swallow porfcr. The poor lgcO-focOs arc in a 'bad box'-'-lhcy scarcely know who to xlepomlTipOn^tireTproii^^^^ one after another, hi rapid succession—.the People arc, deserting the .sinking, cause oT Van Biircn and. Porter, and flocking.to the standard of ^Ritner" and old-fashioned Republicanism.' Porterisiii is below par now, it will bo "rib sale" by the 2d Tuesday of October ..._' .'...• ..-¦ - Mr-.—HAiysr^ipsce-by—the—" Graivford Democrat' <$• Conner," that my name was placed upon the Van Buren-Porter committee, of Vigilance, by a meeting held by the friends oi- these gentlemen during .(JourJ week; Now,.'sir, I have- witnessed the prosperity of- pur State, during the Admin1] is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

The.Correct- View oi the Governor's Election. ,/ . Dr, Sturgeon, the Treasurer of-this commonwealth, was^recently invited by sbme Van Buren men of Fayette county, to a dinner, whicli lie;declined in a letter of some considerable length but sad composition. Speaking of the'naine of tlie party, the Doctor says:—i'Brit to the najnc.-and principle of Democracy we have nailed our flag.-x-TNo-wfe'siibuld-thiiik-trial^llie^nails would draw that -were -driven into such soft stuff as the name of the democratic party. The Doctor uses will for shall all throughJiisJeUcr._1 , ' ."-. - . . The following1 extract sirbiild arrest the attention" and excite the apprehension of our .citizens. _-..;.'_...:... ... '. '•In the cause we advocate-is involved the-asceiidancy—not-only-ol—the-priiicipl.qs of democracy in Pennsylvania,' but the existence, of those principles as administered by the GcncraLGovcrninciit.'- NVo should not conceal from ourselves for a moment that here on our own soil, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

MOTtETaJFDTBSn^^ ,-'— MENT. It is within the recollection-of most of our readers, that Gen. LytlkoI" Cincinnati; who was turned out-of- Congrcss'by - Mr.-Storer, was one of the noisiest brawlers -hrCorigrcss-about Rcforin_andJllelroiich-Tricrif"-'ahd^iuT^f~'trie"inT)s"t-"vo'ciferoii"s"pro"-T. fossors of 'patriotism of his day. On the dismissal of this noisy patriot, by the peo--plc, the Presidentjook him under his cspeciai- protection,--and appointediiiin-Surveyor General of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and the Territory of Wisconsin. ."Willi what fidelity he hqs discharged the.dutiesdevolved by this responsible appoiiitnienO may be imagined from the fact just diselos"ctr iii a 'reporr'lb'Coiigress',": dated 7th iiistr froih thcConimittce of Claims, up(M tlie petition of sundiy - surveyors , wlio had been employed by said Lytic in 'the survey 'of the public lands, arid to whom he stands indebtcdv-as their pctilion-saysvto-a-iarg'campuiit, in consequence of the lion-payment of whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

THE LATE FLOOD. The Ilollidayshurg Register and Inquirer gives" an extended account of the great flood 011 tlie Juniata river, on the morning of the 19th inst.' The following extracts embrace, some of the most striking particulars^!' that calamity.— -" ' "' L . -.---. — - . The Juniata, which sc|>aratos Hollidaysburg from -Gayslnirg, was* swollen beyond its,batiks, and- rose so rapidly thal'iiiTr/few minutes the inmates of our family were driven to the sccond'story of our dwelling. "A's almost all. ha\V"remarlre(l^ilTraiiied as though the floodgates of tlie skies had been drawn, and "the walcfs of; the great deep were poured out upon our •devoted country. The scene was terrific. The horizon was blazing-^yitlr -deep-roil. flames-of-.-shceted lightning, and thc-c^ashing-pcals of thunder reverberated in awful'-grandeur among-the _nroiui(ams;. ;;;~Ayiilii^ an hour, tlie torrent had swollen to such'an immense volumcthat'C'aysportand its" inhabitants" must have been involved ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

HEHALD ^EXPOSITOR. BY GE0B«E M. Pllll-lrlPSit • ¦ g^- ^ -^jg|' ; ~ carTisiTe. "™ - : . -1 ^h . - _ =—-. ,—. : t-^a r" Tuesday Ait1:rnoon, July-3; 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

A PROEOSITION. In oimIci- to jilacc our paper- within the. roach "of every person, .(luring the present Gubernatorial conli'Stj-wo-liiivi'-comc to tfic conclusion Jo receiye-Sulisei-ibei-s to the-" 1 Iiiolil i*c Kxpositnr," to lie forwardetl regularly until lhe-srconilTues<!ay of Oetoher iii'Sls at the. low rale of I'lFl'V CENTS, or riFTBEN'' SUltSCUlliEHSfor fi'vo dollars. Monthly subscriliers.\vill.also_be jeceiyeil"until that period, at Vifr .ceiitseach per'month,'payable in advance. * Our iricmlfi, itt various parts of'tl'ie counli-y, will 5pU'ase":ict'as..'ftenls- in transmitting- thenaines-and "caiTIi"nT^Hoi«:"»'B^i', T(3cl'drspoSe'd to'"aul)Scribe~f0f*lliat lierio.d.. -: - - .- '— - (Jj:\\'e uudei'sland thai, necoi'diug to llic common practice, tho banjc, stores, aiid shops of this borough, will he closed lu-nioi-row. MA\Xe have'issued oiir'Aapor soiiiethiiig earlier than usind, so asiloallord om*- >clves and hatals an oppni-tiiniu orpavlieipaling.pl the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

.A GOQD THOUGHT. ':.^. • The follbwinn; just remarks, followinga notice of a late meeting of ctliiors in Heading, ^u-c by the editor of tlie "11 arriaburg Ciiroiiielc: ) ¦¦ ¦• "Occasional niectin'gs of the 'fraternity' throughout the state, ' would 'have a most salutary effect. .That, acrimony „and bitterness which sometimes displays ilsclf'bctween strangers, and which' is. so dctrn Tnelilal to "tlielTrafr'fenei'ally., as well as the public taste,' would" be bitried in the acquaintance." There, is, much truth in these, obscrya-.lions. — Social intcreoursc .tends"to soften asperities and beget a courteous regard. IJut-if such a fraternization of printers was indeed to .lake -jilacc,: and one-of the lirst cll'eets was to'be a?cessation of personal "atlack"""aTKl""deren7re^"' w5uld iroU somebody say that' the association, was dangerous, and -defllai'c thai; .the eourles.y of its . niehibcrs,-one towards another, was evidence of the .improper efl'ects'of tlie society?— U. S, Gazel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

From, llic Lehigh Journal. HlilDELBERG, JuilC 14ill, 1838. Mr. Pkinteu, '~'\V^S^socni\Tr\Xva'"7jcliigTrDiiUUiii" fi\\A~ " Unabhangigc' Rcpublikancr," our names attached-to a call for a Masonic-Por-* ter Me.eting in Heidelberg, as a Committee of Safety to the Loco Focd Shin plaster l"arty, williout^ our consent; we -wish them-to withdraw our names from said committee, as ,\ye eontjidcr ourselves Harrison and Ritner Democrats, arid do not \yislrournamcs to b"e used by "11TiiasohicTactToir'tO fuhhef the,nefarious schemes of the' Lodge, -by Which we would act the, part of traitors to our .country. ¦Our *. Votto is "Ritner and Harrison, Democracy ahtl Iiibft-ly!" Daniel. Sensinger, , "^ DaniclRitter, • . ' Michael Zellncr, """— ^\j ; Jonas Peter,' ^~v"~-— John Remely, .•*.*•' N ' ' Elias Peter, ' Daniel Peter, ;"^""Jacob Sensinger;L-: "_"""'_.-'"V-t_-; . -George Peter,-,"':"_""". '"' *•..,". Natiiai^Miller, :. --*• , Samuel-Gclire,-- .;-. --_. . . :-r-rj-0]rir-i{eXj - . Peter Cramp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

' The People1 s Candidates, . FOR PRESIDENT, •" £/ >jystt»"^-- .EiiiiuaaaaQ<Dsr« FOR GOVERNOR, ... ®®&XBBS!m , -to-a^jaisy'.'' ' . "¦".' The Washington county Farmer. ; '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

M^RICETS _,__.-' - ¦^Daltyniorc>.Junc30i 1838. vr'TLOUR";-*-SareVfrp^ "liavelieeii inade at 7',V}ii and some dealeis continue tp ask S. The wagon, price ranges from 7,30 to 7,75, tlicyliiltcr rate being for gooil brands fresh ground. ?¦-. GRAIN.—Wheat—The accounts'from all quarters respecting (he growing crops contipuc to represeiil tiicni as promisiijg.an nhundaiil yield. Tlie harvest inJl^irCo'dy j»X;st andisoudi .of Bidtimbre, a ill be ' commenced in a short time |ieiice>. We note a sale of 1500 bushels priinp red Susquehanna at. 1,CO per bushel.- Within_UieJ:\sJ. t\yo^pr threed beeir.iinporfs.of 2t),000 lb £5,000 biishels; European wheat, samples of which, \*re in market lo-day,but :isye(-we have heanl.of-nfffaimsactlmis,— — -•- ; llyc—Sales pf SusqUclianna a( S5 and'80 cents. Mil. V..8hnrchasdceliiicd,-andisquotedjisinqualiiy at' 75 a '80 cents. - '„ ' ' " ' WillSKEY.—The market isquitedull.auda slight dciTniclii pTices liiis beeii realised' We^uole hlids. t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

S? MARKIEH^ , On the "1st ult hy the Rev. Henry AurandJ-Mr. —-Kentcii, pf I Westiiennchormigh township, to Miss Maiit MovEii,.of Frankford township. On the 20Ui nit.; by,„Uie.Uey.aDr. UnTold, JIknKv M. Watts; Esq., (o Miss Anna Ma'iiia, second daughter of Dr, P. Sboclibei-ger, nil of Pitlsburg.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

"DIEiX | In this borough, on Sunday morning the 21th ult. Jpil.v S„ son of Uie Rev. John l'.- Hey, aged 5 years, .5 monUis anil 9 days. In (his borough, on yesterday evening, James Biie-DiN.'agcd about 50 years. ' ' - •uUawuaBaas-—————--—.^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

COI.D SiPRIjNrG, South MoitnUin, 14 Ames East of Cham ' "- ' ' bersburg. rill I'', subscriber, thankful (p the public for. past .»_ favors, rpspex-ffully informs (hem tha( Ke-will Ye-open nis'Cold Spring establishment ferthe reeep.-. . Jtipn.pf- visiters direcUy after Uie 4lh ef July, and will -spiuv no c-flbrls to render satisfactfou to-whoever-njay ftvoi; him with Uieir ccrapanyl . - -^-^-^H^l-A^E--^ ^-r^ ^ VVill be !d)Uirito:tly5Sp7>lieirwUnh"e^ (ry can alloril—)ms Ji.lR with Uic choicest Liquor*, and bis ST.llil.B with the bes( of feed:. , , I I o nciiiiaiutcdwith die character of this: ¦¦ mii uiu uiMlrii in * : persons . ~ . ,.;-•"-"v—i-.......v.., .. ^v« .*. jnpniu-its location and salubrious air, nothing need be.said (o recommend i( to (hoso who desire the. invigorating .effects of Uie cool fountain, and pure, health-inspiring breezes, or who wish to escape fora season lijom the heat ami burthen of business to cn-' ..j'y .thOiplepsurc of a rcU'eat amidst na(ure*s b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 July 1838

THE NEW-YORK MIRROR —j Ninv—roxrirjivnrr ~ ^7 THE FinST' 1TOMBEB OF THE BIXTEEHTu' VOLUME Of ^'Willie issued ontliertlnrtcenthday ofJune:r ¦¦¦—iTwilf^bnlain a pni-trait pf ^ Charles Spragnc, tbef Americanppet, cngi-aved by Parker,'frem a painting, ... by Harding, and a vignette tide page. These will be .^succeeded |,y Uircc cpstly and magnificent engravings ] olistecl, by (he bes( ar(is(s, designed anil engraved',. ¦ fi-piu.oi-iginal paintings -.expressly lor the work.—J ; I'ilc'hriiKs ou wood by Adams, Johnson, and 'otber'si ViU. also c|»bcl)ish the forthcoming_yohm[K};_bcsUle___ .flfty-pirtns-nf^arcrljriintlful~and popular music, ar-f riinged IbV the pianoforte, guitar, IJarp, etcr \ The New Vojuine-will contain articles Trpm'Uie pens o'f y.rell. knowjii.and 'distinguished writers, upon every subject that can prove ink resting to (he gene- ¦ rnl reader, including original poetry---(ales and essays, humorous and paUjedc—critical notices™early and choice selections' from the...

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