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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

In Jfljilatolpljia. " (DuriHjLip w-f twoanie The Cheapest Gold & Silver Watches • in Philadelphia! Gold Levers, full jewelled, 845 00 Silve'r Levers, fall jewelled, S3 00 (>'old Lopinon, jewelled, 30 00 j * Silver Lopines, jewelled, . IS 00 "'Quarter'Wntchcsyhno quality, 10 00 Gold Watches, plain, . . 15 00 Silvcr.Spcelacies, - . l 75 Gold pencils, 2 UO (Sold Bracelets, 4 (JO . Also, on hand, a large assortment of Gold and -Hair Bracelets, finger rings, breast pins, loop earrings, gold pens, silver-spoons, sugar toligs, lliimhlcs, gold ncckcqrb and fob chains, guafd koys^an.d jewellery of every description at equally low prices. All I want is a call'to etin. viiice customers. All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired and warranted to keep good lime for one year., Old gold and silver hough', for cosh or taken in exchange. For sale, 8 day and 30 hour Brass Clocks, at ' .'¦ LEWIS LADOMUS'S " Watch, Clock and Jewclcry Store, No. 4I3J .Market street, ohovo lltli (north si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

CARLISLE FEMALM5EMINARYi UNDER THE DIRECTIttB^QF iSlsses Phebe aud Charlotte Palsti EXPENSES. rbOARX), with fuel, lights dnd washing, will S9 be fnrniUied lo young ladies ut S2 23.dur. ng tho summer months, and 82 50 during the winlL*r. ln6n.lhs. "J'UITION.—Common English slud.-ies, us Geography, History, :Graininar, Arithmetic, Beading and Writing, per «r- ' ¦ ¦¦ 85,00 Astronomy,- Algebra, Geonielr.v, Nat. ura! Philosophy a.nd .English Composition, . " 7,50 Higher branches ns Dolany, Chcmis-Iry, Rhetoric, Mental and Moral Philos- - ophy,. tho Languages; Drawing, Taint. » ifig, &c.will involve an extra charge of . S^O' L"8sons in Instrumental Music, by Prof. E, L. .Walktjr, lor an extrucharge of , . ]2,00 - The Tuition will be required quarterly and the price of Board monthly in advance, and no deduction made for absence but in cose of sick, neeo. To tho boarding schours, the use-of a very excellent piano is furnished without charge nnd ar-angemenls have also been made for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

Elihu BurriU in England I'-liliu Jiurrill, |l,i3 learned Rlaeksmilh, is making.tlieiour ol England 011 fool, mingiinfr Willi lh.e mechaniL- and lulioruig mtfti, "arid acijiKiinlcd [limsclfwiih lliuir condiiion.' lie is giving-(he rosiilt of his (ibfervalioiis it; his paper—(lie Cliriilian Citizen—pub!islioit ul Wni-^esier. The following ate extracts Jrom liis iunnial: -- A/wif/rnriWy-SOrftr—Wrntu lnTS-aT s!eaJn ciiaini; till iiocni. lo clear oil' from my hands a peck ol tellers which had accumnialed 'in ihe coiro-e ol a dav or luo, tinder iho m.spii'iw ol jioniiv posl-tao. A Iter dinner I timuti-Ij'J my slairiinj knapsack, to open my pp. deslnnn campaign willi nn iifldriioon's''\vaIk to.wnids Worcester,-wliii-li lies 25 tLiiles • ¦millli o( Hiiniinglon. f!o(„l Joseph Stiwe accompanied mo a sllnitYlislance, llieirbitldiimiiuCod speed, in all th* bcurvohrico o.l Ins great heart, lrli me, lilie Uiui^in's llUiirini,.-to_^o ^M^ju.y:.\Ki.^-rm(!ictiifi..-.ir;r'ir' -few-tBtnutes] hu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

nt)]** 3iium^: n^ Gen. Taylors Official Dcsnalsuea IIkui ()i'\utki;s Aioiy ot- Ocort'ATrox. Camp before Monterey, Sojit. 23 1816 Sir: 1 havo the honor lo report that the troops under mv command, including Ihe moulded volunteers' from Te.Mis, marched from Marion on the 18lh and encamped before Monterey 011 the lltth inst. It was immediately discovered thai die enemy occupied.the town in-luree, aud had added greatly to its strength by lorlifying t|,u approaches and. couiinaiiding heights. A close reconnoisance was made the same evening by he oliiceis of engineers aud topographical {engineers on both Hanks of the town, nnd it was determined, b-oni tho information procured, lo occupy the ISallillo road hi ihe rear of the town, carrying, if practicable, llie several fortified eminences in-that direction. The. Id division of regular Ir.oops, and a poiliou of Col. Hay's regirdent of mounted voluuteets, was accordingly detached under Rrig C.eu Worth on this serviceat noon on , the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

i30fe^aa^®m3v TO A CHILD IN PRAYER. I'nlil iliy little Ironils In prnj-cr, \jlinv ilown hi thy Mnkcr'n kneo : NnWIij-sunny fiico Isfnir, KlilniiiliHirougli thy (Fohluii Imlr, I 1 hinc i?5st9 nro |iii8r]iiii freo ; And lilcliRiiiiNtjniislii, like cartnnila lilnil time Unto tllj- liomcJju ^ Oricf limy llml llico—Then prlljs^lillil, priiy. "y, ^-s ^^ ¦ ^ Now thy young-henrl, like nTiiiflk" - ;. Slniri>tli In itrnhjijiinnr ni-M 1 . ^\ .'. |Sn evil UiMURlil, no Unkind u-ori), \ No tiiltcranpry vnir.11 lintji utirrcd >v The liuiuily nf il» runt. Itul winter comctli, mid decay yVimtetli thy Verdant Inline nu-nv—-Then pray, child, pray... Tliy uplrll is n liniljo of glee, • . And Gladness liarpi-lliui die door, WW)e ever wilh a merry sliout llnp«,'tlie May-i)lieen,.dniicelli out, Her li|is iviih Music riiniilnrr ,,'er! Hill Time those strlncs of Joy will sever, And Hope w ill not iliiure 1,11 forever! Tht'n pl-ny, child, pruy, Now thy mother's hvmn tiriideth Rniind tli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

. Important from Mexico. SANTA ANNA ABOl'T-TO TAKE THE FIELD The New Orleans pnpprs received .Ivy the mails of Friday."fumishus'a fow farther items of information from Mexico. The Picayune states that "lalters,"«'oro received in that city by llie James L. Day, addressed to a gentleman deeply interested in Mexican' .affairs, ahd'from.a very responsible loteign "source'in Matamoras, which says that Gen. Almonte has been appointed President of interim, Gen.. Santa Anna gcnendlissimo of the armies of'Mexico, and further that Santa Anna was then engaged tn raising and organizing troops, intending to take the field in person in tlio ¦ North. This news- will strike every one as "important in vailpus aspects, iut_it_ js esijecSally_so1*s_ it mav bear upon the armistice granted by Gen. Taylor to Gen. Ampu'dia's forces and again upon the dependence which tlio Government at .Washington may have placed in the pacific intentions of Santa Anna.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

FIFTEEN DAYS LATEX FROM RaXTA KE. - . M evicts Jiijiv oi- Ftvn Tiiors.iNn' on it* WAV TO ATTACK OE.W KKAIINEV". A party of trader* ariived al Independence Oh tluj 3d ins. with fifteen dfivs Inter intelligence from Santa Fe, having lell on the 0th of September, They biing the- following reports : It was currently reported wJien the rcinipnnyjjolt.-tliat five thousand men, the flower of-the Mexican lorce, woie on their way tip from bolpvv and neuf. Chihuahua, to mepl and atlaek Gen. Kearuev, and thai it wns the General's determination to leave a sufficient number under the command 'of Col. Dotiiplian, of Clay, and lake the remainder liofow, il possible, to" meet Gen. Wool's division of our army. The report slill lurlher is, that Gen. Paredes-was on his way to Chihuahua with fifteen thousand men lc attack Gen. Wool. If tin's be.;true, anil it seems that credence was giyenyjijhe report al Sanla, Fe. from letters recMjWdj^froiii help"*, our Western Foren wjlKKare sorrieliiing to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

Our-Position-taid-dutJltttyi The Whigs of Curnborlahd county may fairly lay claim to a good share of the credit which is due-.fot'thfi gteat triumph which lias just been'achieved -by the Whigs of tennsylvama. '; It is'grojvn into the lorce ot a proverb that Cumberland county is the start ing point of all political devolutions in; our State. As she goes so goes thi State, ¦ and' vvhPn-it-waiMiscertained-on-last Wednesdaymorning that Cumberlahd.county had given a-Whig-majorilyyevery-man-hereJ3Qth_W-b.ig ahd-ldcofdcopfell-a-well-grounded^ohfidencfr afnounting almost to certainty, that the Whigs had triumphed over the entire State. The booming thunder of successive Whig majorities as they rolled in one afler another with every mail, speedily verified our anticipations. Old Mother Cumberland, although it is not becoming in her to " wear the breeches," is in fact tlie fugleman of the great Whig army L -Whigs of Curnhortatid county, this position imposes a high duly upon yon ! In i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

Crabb-iana. W« knew thai we spoke Ihe truvh when we snid our fiicnd CiiAr.ir, could be 'nolliin' else'- than on editor. After (juoting o'ur.-niuke ol his new papci. he remarks in lliohisl Dp. mot-rat : •c We clip the iiliovo from the -Carlisle (I'u.) Herald, a whig paper ol ihe first water, " Tin' top of tlip morning to you," ofajor Beivi'v. inul mny both your shadow and substiinre increase. W'e'ilid come out. h» Ihis wc>iern connlry, ..Major, lo try our hand at Inrmiiig ; and we hove plowed a lillle. harrowed u Mule, husked corn, dug potatoes, nnd .piichriL sljcayes— but Jha JbhuC. diiljil. wink liglu; there was nn inward yearning llial the [iliiw couliln'i saii>f\^ahejjld leeliui; caiiie vjiver us—our heart.' iichcd ^for.," ihe shop." and lo ! liere u« are. once-rrjovo ui> in ihe pye-biows in politics, and surrounded by press typos, stands, i-ases.-mallets, plainers and'.-hooiing ticks—ediior. type-sticker pressman and devil. A Iter all,. 'Major, Hie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

_ PENNSYLVANIA REDEEMED^ •Hi^nty Revolution The' Prand of 1844.orebuhed!—the British Tariff bill overwhelmingly Condemned! The returns of the election held ih this Slate on Tuesday last, exhibit a most glorious result for the Mends of PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRY, and a most signal rebuke ol ihe inquitous fraud perpetrated upon the honest but confiding free'- men, o! the Slate in' the campaign of 1844". by Polk, Dallas,. Ruchanan, Slnnik, nnd (hair-allies in Ihe infamous work of deception. The, Whigs and -Tariff men of the Slate—t[io. Iiiends ol Protection to. home lain,;—have . condemned tho ¦ British' Free Trade Tarill of 18-IG, and have spokon-ltd thuir betrayers in tones of thunder! Pen|nsylvania lias snid, in a'voice that cannot be misunderstood or misconstrued, that she may not be-cheated and deceived Vjlh impunity ;—that though betrayed, she is still true-to-her infercsls— and, with a spirit becoming llie honest freemen of the land cf Pennsylvania, resents the vill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

Members of Congress Elected. 1. Lewis C. Levin, Native—No change. 2. Jos. R. Inggrsol, Whig—No change. 3. Charles Brown, Loco,—Loco gain. . 4* Chrles J. Ingersolh Loco:—No change. "5. John' FreedleyfVVlpg—Whig gain 6. John VV. Hornbook. W.hig—wfiiggain. 7. .A.JI. Mclllvaine, jVhig—Np change. \ . John'StroluiiTTVbig^ro cBaifge.'' 9, William-Strong, Loco^No change. 10. Richard Brodhoadr^Loco—No change. 11. Chester Butler, Whig—Whig gain. 13. James Pollock, Whig—Fo change. 14. Geo. N. Eckert. Whig—No change. 16. Henry Nes, Whig— WJng aain, .46; Jasper EBradyj Whig—Whig gain. ¦ » : 17. *"Johi\ Blanchard, Whig—No change.; _ 'ij. Andrew Stewart. Whig—No change.. 33, J'ames'Campbell, whig—gain. . to'Tbo Whigs will have, from 16 to^JS members' til Congress but of the 24. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

Georgia Election* The returns .published in the Augusta Chronicle, inform us of fhe success ol four of the Whig candidates for Congress. in this Stale, viz: M-essrs. King, Slovens, Toombs, and Jones, the lattci beliijfsjfcSYhig gain, in. llie district now represented by Mr. fawns. Messrs. Hntalihtpu, Lumpkin, and Cobb Democrats, are also eleeied. Mr. lvcrsou. it is prooable, wrll succeed in thCTemuiuint! district, iif which case the delegmion will be equally divided between ihe twa political, parlies. LONG FAC'l-'.S— Wc have olten lirnnl ol spooks, .noh-goblius. jjluisu, and such--like, but the must uilprestiiig speeinioni of ihe long focal gefttry" thai we ever sel ,nnr eyes upon, were oirr eie-i-Riiled Irienils. i|;e Locos, on Wednesday morning fiist 'Su.li fares! words cannot depict ihmr nio.isnre incut! Well—well friends, all ,we can say* iu the way of encouragement, is, thai yon are on the wrong side of the question. Il you wish to prosper, tn enjoy victories, ui'hdraw ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

- "fci-itniifito^^^r ' ' From the New Orloani Times. '. % Very Important Wexfcs front the City of Mexico. The U. S. sloop of waf'jphu Adams.Com-| niander McCluney. Iro'm-Vera Cruz the 2fith ' ull.r-touched ofl'the S. W. Pass on the 7th i instant, on her way to Pensaeola, Lieut J.Ksnnedy,.. lale_of. Jho_.U. S..schoonerrForward, came passenger in her and lefl her . at-the Bali7.e\arriving in _ the city yesterday afternoon. Frtim this gentlemen we have learned the following particulars regarding the lilnckiiding Squadron. • The whole ol the officers and crew ofthe Truxton, who surrendered to the Mexicans, alter Ihe loss of that vessel ofl'Tuspan,- have been released, the officers on parole, fhe men under a pledge ol due exchange. Lieut. Kennedy states that, nt the lime he left, no rumor existed of any attempt to be made by the squadron on Tampico. There had-beerrf for some time, a report that a hostile-demonstration was to be made on Alvarado. With regard lo Mexican internal af...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

P!)i!a5cpl)irt Mdtket. p, , Monday Evening, Oct. 191b. *5 "„',, »TvSrS' u 'Z^}' °"",nar' ibrand' ¦•"•« «5.12| a 5 24 fw ' rSl?'£'"", ""»lltog-|iraniH «t Rye ASur-We^Mi "f'-fonn'a ¦• dull at #3,75, VVI,n„,™r ooo^ e n.?,e \,r\KV" ,"""1!, "Ie " »3'li'* : •mall 1„, „f while"° ji'fe p"""1*,,*",', " i?51- ¦""! » are waiilns ftir"he ¦¦.».. 1~ Holdeni of Southern yelloiv-liuj-o". hold ,,ff (i,'!1i . nik 68c- ror *o«them bbla, are dtil, a, S *?L. W1""k«y-Hhd». cold .1 Me. >¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

__^e-..??2_SSifeSSEeaaaa«, ssavair®^, 0F ino3 h^hL* ""s iwaloili°PU"1,I-ie- H«- S^hJ fnrt l "*re™ly«>««>«X|.eriB„cc withhie ht„ „ Ti ?¦ "r"g '"f ia-P"B»c»»io.. Hie vuluaby eye anl pun>:iUailly to obui ,hare F f public patronage. ™ Office in thp public S1uare, immediately in the roar Uf the Court House. ' Carlisle, ocl 21 Estate of Jacob BiirUhart, dee'd. mJ-O TICK is hereby given that loiters tes. ifarT iSl'V" 'hce°M<> ' °r ¦'-cob Rurk'ulc of ,hl-' b<"""B» of Vcwville.decased, ha - been gra„t,d [n „,„ .ubscrihi.;, r08,dinff heeLr'r "T/LA» !"=••''-'"» indebted to the ctnte nf Bnld deccn,cd rcq.lir(!d te mnke J7C"-i7l"",Ul del"»' "'"' "'™»'havng claims will present them lo the subscriber for setlhmelll. SC.0TT CoyLE" ocl 21 fc, . • Executor. dissolution of Partnership, Ty OTIGE is-herebv given that i|leco ,.artsubscribers ,n the business of Tanning a"d ( iirry.nff, is this efnrAsKnlved.by. jnm.,*! . ™/-. . «¦«¦•- ARCHIBALD BttlCKEB " -._...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

warranted by my detractions, yet the ehange - of affairs sihoe those instru-e'lionsivere .issued seemed to warrant-this course. I bes: to be •advised as early as as practicable, whether I have met the views of the government in these particulars. '. 1 regret to report that Captatn Williams, ft. tQlMgraphicaU-engineer, nnd T.ient. Tfrrett, 1st infantry, have died of the wounds receive . ed in the engagement of the gist, -Captaitt Gatlin, 7th Infantry, was wounded (not badly) finthe.23a .-_.. _T-..; v I am, sir, very respectfully, ---. lour-obedicnt servant, . ^ . Z.1AYI.0U. MafrGenTTJTS. "Armv, commaniirng., The Adjutant General of the Army, Washington, D. C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

¦ WEDNESDAY."OCTOBER 21, 1R16.'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

Y; POTmylv&ttla'"It fgiiralute» STATE SENATE. .1846 iS'lT h W N L W, N lluldingoior 13 8 1 10 11 I rtlilad county 2 0 1 Montgomery 10 0 1 gam Berks_ 10 1 JBuoka 10 0' 1 gain &,(iuylJtill,-Ct«.bon, ; Monroe & PiKe, 1-0 ¦ — - 1 gain Northampton and Lehigh ~"~ 1 0 0 1 gain-IJradtord «i Tioga, 1 0 0 tyaqnikng, Clipton - M. ~- k and'Centre, 0 1 0) y 1 ^ Yotlc, 10 0. lgain AUagbeny & But- -* ' let. 0 1 ,»» Enp-t 0 1 \0 I h, 62 lT 1 v 'i J f^T"_Ttie Senate yriH ¦ probably stand 19 -Whigs,: 13 Locos and 1 Native, « HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 1846 ^ ,vru 1847 L. W'7x.: W. Adams '010 1 Allegheny ¦ 0 4 0 4 Armsirong I IT. 0^ u, Bedford . 2. 0 ly 0-lleaver , 1 I 0; 0 r Brail ford- — .2-'fl a 0 - Bucks . 3 0 0 3 | *ain ¦ Ulair , 10 0 .1 gain Beiks —4 0 4- -0" - Butler-f 1—0—- 0 0 Crawford. 2 0-0 »0 Centre & Clearfield 2 0 0 0 Chester 0 3 0 3 Columbia 10 0 0 Cumberland 2 0 0 2*gain Cambria " 0 1 1 gain 0 Delaware 0 1 0- 1 Dauphin 110 1 gain Eiie 0 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

- KAHJUim " ~ infi?y Mr ° Vv eV' Ge ?rg6 Miller'on the 15th - ;o|&Ks^^rd-«Kr:^t.?s^ MiskRaciiaei. B.DWARDs;both ol this borough, inr With the above we received the usual remembrance of the printer, for which the young couple have our thanks and most cordial good wishes. DIED, On the 5th inst in this, borough Mrs. Rachaki. Kline, wife of the late Geo. Kline aged 52 years. , . . - On the 10th inst in Petersburg Perry co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 21 October 1846

D* The official relurni of the late,election ' v^FXieTouii(i VnYoVaayVpa^T".^7:Tl^rBtc set up iii very large type lor the specialTJernp fit of onr locoloco friends, that •! he who runs may re.til.'''' . O-ST" The nnniuil fail meeting of-the Ci1mboihuid county Agiii'ultural Society com men cj?s to-morro'w and will ennlinue over Friday. From the arrangementB-that have been made we have 110 doubt lliore will be an attractive exhibition and nn interesting meeting. . 03^ The 2fiih of November has been fixed upon in all* ihe New England Sialff.i and in Maryland, as Tliank^siviug day this year. We hope Gov. Shuuk wilf s,oon proclaim the same day for Pennsylvania. .Among the members elect-lo the'Maryland Legislature', wfe are glad to notice", 'the name of our friend A. Gai.dii-aith Ege. Esq. of Carroll county. He runs as before the highest 011 tho ticket. ' ' S3" The Volunteer Battalion of ihis borough- aiid-vaciiiity,^uud. er..llie^cj!njnwiid_iif Maj. O'Donnel, paraded on Saturday ...

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