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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

fetfamboa? Hating* The race between the Georgia and Pu-i ,laski," for Baltimore, coinmence'd again yes-¦terday morning, at 0 o'clock. . A considerable number of citizens were bri the wharf at the- appomt^dJmur.j^anrL-tHe .^crowdwould doubless have'been much larger if the time of starting had;\becn delayed oria or two hours. "K T_Wc_.are: sbrrjvto- say-that- a-eonsiderablo number of passengers were on board both boats-although we know thatsoine.withdrew their names after having entered themV '" .When we hear the.rdmarkmade that the boats will not race, it calls to mind ah ah« ecdote which .we iiaye 'heard' relatedi A lady took herpassage on board a steamboat .at New Orle-ins; to go to St. Louisj but hearirig that the Captain' intended;; to iiin a race/decliiie"d gbiiig tiriless assurances Were given that such would not be the case.«^-' Thei master pledged'his honor to refrain from the contest,.'and the boat got tinder J^ayS .the...rivaJLbbaLpursuiiig soon -after neared him fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

POLITICAL; ¦ ' . : ¦ .. - Froni. the Beaver AA gus. ' Mos'C'EvMcncc," ' Last week we published extracts'from Vho records of Huntingdon county-, slib.wing the tinie, manner and circumstances of Da--vid'-R^TorterVtaking the benefit, of the insolvent laws; but the facts now'in'our possession, connected with-that matter, place the Loco Foco candidate in ah .unenviable position, and.l exhibit his character 'in, its true light before the people, The Huntingdon- county,-records; make-.but a pretty strong case against him: but those of Beaver county, connected with them,, will astonish arid startle every man .of moral feeling in the Commonwealth.- We invite the attention' of the people fe) the facts we are about tb present. . ' x. . "" ' , The Huntingdon county records show that David R. Porter was discharged from confinement under the insolvent laws, on the-10th day of February, i819.".']yiark the date.'' To obtain'that discharge, .'he Was obliged to take the followin oath! "I..A. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

U, STATES AND MEXtCOV ^VMrT¦ IIowaud, frbrii -tlveeornmittee'On Foreign Relations, made a report,oh Sattirday«last in the House of._Represeritatives,j upon the Message.of- the Presiderit of tli' e. United States at the-commencement of the session, and the several subsequent Messages,.on.the.subject of our- relations, with-Mexico.. It is due.to_the gravity^of the_ subject that this report by Mr. Cusiiino, one of the members of the committee, should be published in this paper, at large, as early as- practicable; and this shall- be donerJ"Mean"wHile7we"rare _ ehableTi".tb7siate,~ from a hasty look at-the report, that the committee incline to,.consider the conduct of the Mexican ^Government to have been, less direct, in reference to the -proposed" meditation, tliah is consistent witlTfairness of purpose, but do nb^ consider any ¦legislative action" riecessafy on"the subject at. the present moment, and therefore .refrain from recammendingany.-; ¦ — ''¦ -'- ,Mr. C'usmxais" of opiiim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

TIIE TRUE ISSUE. ' Be it nr.ME3ini:nEi) Tliiit tlie Porter •Cohventibh which.assembled in H.-irrisburg.on tlie 4tli of Jijly, adopted tlie following resolution': --...' JtESOI.rEp,TH\T WE HA.YE FULL COXnDEXCinx ~ l'HK 'rALEXTS,- INTEGKlTy, AND- REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES -OF M ARTIN VAN BUREN, PUESIUENT.OF THE UNITED STATES.., .- •: :' . ' Be it nEMr.3rnr.n:;ri,'tlmt lie who votes for T)avid Ji. Porter votes in favor bf Van Buren and the Sub-Treasury S.elienie, together with every other injurious njea'sure of the present imbecile and wicked admin-¦ istration of the .General..(Jovcrnmcnt %. and that- he who votes for JOSEPH, RITNER, votes AGAJXST. Van Buren anil the"Sub-Trcasury Scheme.' -Br, it nEME3inEiAn, voters "op-Tkknbv.ijvaWia, -Tbat-Portcrariir^Van^Buren-ore idcntific-cl in all things—are-.one and the same. If Porter should he elected, A'an Bm-cii will considuifit an-approval of his mcSsurcs. Remember.!Ids, and vote as duty and conscience -dictate, for. Ritner, the suprema...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

7 SUPRHME^COURTr---- -:- ^ The May Session of the Supreme Court commenced on the second Monday of May, and contiivued until Saturday the 7th of July. The following^ are the' names of the cases argffed and decided, for the counties of CUMBERLAND, PERRY & ADAMS. • Frohoch et ah ws.Gus'tine et al. curia ad.vtilt. Watts and Biddle forPl'ffs; Alexander.forDef'ts. . '. \ '; ;;rJ,bhnsoni>&. Co..x;s. Jb'esslerr"Judg't5feversed and '.new veriire. Alexander for Pl'fTs; Watts for ^ Dbf't.. ^ _ '',•'• Cases^if NewvJJle Toad; cur}a ad. vutt. Graham fof Pl'ffsj" Watts and Biddle for Dbf-'fa.-'¦',._¦• '^, ¦ •. ' , '. Epley vs. Witherow; Reversed and nevr venire. Stevens and Smyserfor Pl'ff; Watts and Alexander for Deft. Clark vst Seirer; Judg't reversed and. new venire. Biddle for PFff; Watts arid Hepburn for Deft. Bank vs. Mahon, &c. See.—two. cases; curia ad. vult> Biddle %nd Hamilton for Pl'ffj Watts and Alexander for Deft. " Hulings vs. Drexell; Re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

HERALD & EXPOSITOR II ' ¦ - . '''"'I ¦ I || BY GEORGE M. PHILLIPS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

CARLISLE, . i • • .. . Tuesday Afternoon, July 24, 1838. .I.' '"" ' ¦ . ' .IN Tlie'People's Candidates, V;. .FOR PRESIDENT," MPsa» ¦ mt« 'si|iiaiaaQ©sr» FOR GOVERNOR, -,- - <5®SI2I?S1 'iBIHUSriBIB* The Washington county Farmer. " "" ' ¦ ^=^=3 JLet the People E&emember THAT • MTIDK.POaTER '""'; VOTED. IN THE SENATE LAST WINTER TO INSTRUCT OUR SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES IN CON_GRESS TO VOTE LY FAVORjOFTI-IE ODIOUS AND INFAMOUS SUB-TREASURi' BILL.- --.-.--:-'-—'-.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

PUBUC MEETiNB, RITNER §• SPECIE PAYMENTS : AGAINST. ; ; PORTER §• JSHIN-PLASTE IiS; A meeting of the fricndsi.of JOSEPH RITNER; the present patriotic Governor of Pennsylvania, and all others in favor, of a resumption of Specie Payments and opposed to ,the present reign oC Shin Piasters, -will be held at the Court House, in :fhe borough of Carlisle, on MOIVDAY, THE;13TH AUGUST next, at ONE o'clock, P. M. at which time several, addresses will be delivered. The Farmer, the Mechanic, the Merchant, the Laboring'Man, and,.all who feel an interest, in the.welfare of our country are invited to litteiTdT ~''^^-==7^^-::: ^-=^MANY7--^": -July-24,:1838. - (TT/'AVchnve omitted several editorial and other articles intended for the Herald & Expositor to-d.iy, inorder to make room tpf, the eear^/iinff ami -cuttingcommunication of our correspondent 'Examiner,' in relation to the toasts drunk at the loco foco celebration of the 4th of July in the vieinity-of ttiis borougli. Tlie stric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

COMMUNICATIOJrS. 1- ' •'"''"«•• • ' . ' For the ifcrald and Expositor. THE "BEAUTIES OP7LOCO FQCOISM!?' Mr. PuiLtlrs—Having read with attention tlie numerous 'long yarnsj' ortbasts as they are-termed by some, tvhicli were drantoat the loco foco celebration ofthe 4th in 'Holmcs"w>oods,' I must say they generally breathe the most jritolernnt, vindictivei anddeatructive Spirit, which I have forsome time seen evinced in any quarter. 'They come up boldly, and-'toe the r tark' in favor of the abominable suE-treaSury, (lie 'divorce' ofthe government from tlie people, and all tlie other mad schemes of the national administration, which were happily crushed by the representatives ofthe people. They denounce and stigmaUze GpvernorRitner, whose administration of our public affairs has conferred lasting benefits upon the people, and drawn forth the praise and'approbation of many hundreds of his former "political opponents And they eidoglze David'R. Porter for his talents,'integrity...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

•- Baltimore, Jui.r 21,1838. ^FLOUIl.—The wagon price remains, uniform at $7, and sales from stores liaVe been made at$r,25 a 7,50 according to quality and the quantity taken-The receipts for the past week, as will be seen by the Inspectors' returns,-have been Very light, and -the transactions are confined, principally to the retail trade. A small lotof Flour, made of new Frederick county wbcat, was sold at $7,C2J. GRAIN.—-tl'heat.—The receipts of tlie ne(v"crop aie.fltilUiLSmalLpaccelsjJnitJHe^riality, generally speaking, is very exeellent.--The wiles of red*have ranged-throughout the week n't $1,35 ¦ to $t.47 and §1,50; and the tales of white at §1,40 to 1,55, rind occasionally higher. .A contract lias bbpn made for parcel of new Virginia'red, deliverable on the tOUi of August, at Jl ,40, and oil tlie 20th August at $1,30 per bushel. • - - -Com.—Tlie sales of White have been pretty steady throughout Uie week at 65 a 66 cents', and we quote those rates to-(|ivy.. Sales of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

-tKllEJ^uisi^^liGIO R^* The extent and importance of this political triumph, may be adequately apprer elated by the" perusal of the following facte: .« Whig Governor is Elected!? TH£ EiNTlRE DELEGATION TO CONGRESS IS WHIG!!! About Two-thibds op both'Houses ov The StAtE.LEoisLAxuKfi AKE"WHiGa!!! Louisiana^ therefore, is thoroughly Whig in every branch pf her government. GLORIOUS NEWS. .« General Resumption of SJPJE C1E JPJ1 VJBtJBJr-TS: We Mop the^itess to announceJhe pleasing intelligence that, by the Philadelphia papers of this'mpfning, we , . . learn that Tho Bank Convention met in Philadel* p^i ia yesterday, composed of delegates front Massachusetts,ConBecticufrRhlfdeTslarrd Pennsylvania,- Delaware, Maryland, Virgi* nia, Kentucky, and Missomi. After th» organisation of the meeting and considerable discussion,, they resolved to RESUME Sne^ie^yrmente on„the. A 3th of August,;. and recommended that day for the adqptioa ofthe banks generally. Thus*" '.'the long agony is over"—-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

-¦'¦'¦ ' ^ MARREBD, On Tucsdoy last, by the Rev. Heni-y Aurand, Mr. Andrew GlX.ee/iler, to Miss Mary IVeatier, all. o' this place. . " - ' On Tuesday evening last, by. the Rcy. iohn TJlrich> Mr. PeterSpahr, to Miss' Catharine Leise alio' Carlisle. '; 'x, ;-~ - " . - • ¦' " '•¦ ,-!7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

mmmmm^mi^mmm ^msm'i'u mnmamimmw im ,'". PAMPHJL.ET. tA^..!.;'. > •.' ¦ j " ';:'' ^PnbfiidNOTinY's Orrcs,> "-I .Carlisle,July.S4,183.8. 5.7 . The Pamphlet Laws* -'passed nt ;the SesV 1837-8, have bften received at Jliis' office, ,t ready for distribution to those entitled by- law' v reive them. . OEO. FLEMING', Proi - July 24,1838.—3w ''¦ " •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

'* ,.;»iei>, '¦ in Mecbaniosburg, on Wednesday, rjuly_'lt,/ra Xfay Cox, aged about four months and'six daySj infant sonof;A. F."box,. ¦ --',. .j,.- •'"" '; Farewell, sweet babe! for thou hast gone . To dwell with Cbrist-at Home.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

J\"e%ely Mmprovcfl . . THRESHING MACHINE, zT . -¦ AX» horse; power. THE subscriber,,thnnkfulrfor!the liberal and ex*. tensive pntronag;e bestowed'upon him bra generous public, would inform bis friends (hat he has. extended .his business, and supplied himself witKUjd best materials niul workmen the country can produce, and that lie has succeeded in .effecting a most , ' Valuable Improvement in the. construction of the. HORSE POWEVR, by which it is rendered both' more-durable niid safe, while at the same time the speed isgreatly increased, and the requisite force diminished at least one third—togetherjvith several other improvements intheMachme,-tendhig to renderit more substantial "as weil;a» useful. Also, _ / . ^h'UT^n msumsmm at a superior kind and upon an improved plan. . , The subscriber' feels confident -that any one whu* will be at the, pains to examine his J " ¦¦' Improved Machines and Morse Power, and compare them with other constructions, for the same purpose,-will be co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

Forwarding and Commission ' -_¦¦¦¦ House, ¦¦ ;••-,• '• : WM&.W MWI. .&S£II&fitilUI a HAVE "filceTLpSf latfeTusa commodious WAREHOUSE, lately erected on the Canal and Rail Koad, ielowJlieiboLof Chestnut street, Harrisburg, where 'their arrangements are such that they can at all times forward produce and merchandize with promptness and despatch, to the following.places, viz: ¦ Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Cdlum-. bia, Baltimore, Carlisle, Chambcrsbtirg, and all intermediate places. They have lately entered into arrangements so as to enable them to send any produce or goods by way o the Pennsylvania Canal and Columbia Railroad, to. Philadelphia, at the same prices charged by other companies running on the Union canal, thus gaining three days in time, and delivering goods in Broad street, avoiding theusu'arexperise ol hauling from tlie Schuvlkill. .' , ¦; .. ¦ THEY WILL PURCHASE Grain, Flour, nnd country produce of-every description, and keep constantly dri hand co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

HENRlt J* KEttY ,.;•" INFORMS flie.Young Men of CarHsle^gf**^ nnd tlie surrounding' country, that he is^H / prepared to - manufacture1 in the neatest ^Wa t ^%WHFflE RUSSIA HATSfor sum-mSS mer wear^ at his shdp in East Higli Street,^"^^ afew doors west of Major Jacob Ttehrer's Hotel, and next door to the store ol John H. Weaver 8c Co. Also; White Silk Hats of the.best plush; made on blocks of tlie latest city fashion. Carlisle, iNfey 22yi1838.—tf. . '- ¦ ^AOTLE; AND HARNESS ' ' M$y sr \sr a» a <p ffi-^ ® i«.'. ; The Sutscriber7 respectfully informs tlie citizens of Cumberland county that he still continues to carry on- tlie above business, at. his shop ii* West High Street, in the borough of Carlisle, and for many years occupied by- Mr. William Alexander, where he has now on hand a large arid excellent assortment of jSaddlcSt&riMcSjJflartirigales, &c:&c. which lie willTself on the most-accommodating terms. ;.'....- "¦ -'.--;. :''^.:-'Z V ¦Thankful for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

-:...MOtiWTJUJYWIOrSJE. - ' THE subscriber announces to the public, that he -' JmiJL • has rented the well knownV ^fiTfyft Tavern Stand, ' ^BMmL' at&' terrett'sGap, 7 UlwNorw of Carlisle; and l^les-W^s t of Barnsburg^whWe:he:solioitsa_shareofp. ubIio ^ His'toSle shall be filledwith the besttlie markets will afford; his Bar is supplied with choice Liquors. Also stabling, witli all Uie necessary provision for horses, nnd attended with, a carefui hosUer. _ . fo those unacquainted wiUi the .place, he. would state, that it is situated on a fine healthy part ot the country, with a splendid view of CumberlandValley, from the obscrvtitory, exactly on the top of the. «lue Mountain, nt the junction of the State roads, from Harrisburg to Ltindisburg and Bloomfield, and lrom Carlisle to Clark's Ferry. Persons wishing to spend If few weeks in the.coiintry, during Uie warm Weather, could not find a'-mofe comfortable place, it being^between, and within but 2J miles ofthe Carlisle Sulphur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

PRODUCE & C^CMISSION J ¦ :"\.;wA3pa?®ffto.'^.:'.' , . Broad. Street, ^ Philadelphiq? THEjundefsigned respectfully informs Uiecitizens of Franklin and Cumberland counties, that hO lias opened a WAREHOUSE in Broad Street, next door above Broad street Hotel, for the'sale of all kinds of Country Produce, and respectfully solicits consignments. '•.¦' ' ' From his gcnernl'ncquaintance, knowledge of business, and the exercise of his best efforts'to promote Uie interest of his customers,.he flatters.himsclf that he wjll be able toTendcr general satisfaction. • j ¦ JACOB BERLIN, Philadelphia, May, 1838.' . 4.- references', Philip Berlin, Chambersburgi ':' ¦ ^f^fef^^PP"?^--J, Swoyer, Esq^ Tiewyillc. Gen. Sam'I Alexander, ? Carlisle-~ W. M. Henderson, Esq.) --» Jacob Rupp, Esq. ' ~ > „ -, - —Tfeo: Pp'rLayngrEsqrS r - g'7 _i:.".,.. J%.OTMCE.::.- ¦:.— ¦:.-, ,.. At an Orphans' Court, began and held on Tuesday the first day bf May, A. D. 1838, and holden at Carlisle, in and for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

THE GHIARD" LIFE iNSURAHGEi Annuity ar id Trust Company of Pliiladel phia. '¦.:' ... • Office, 159; Chestnut street. ,. CAPITAL. OF 1$300,000. • Charter PerpeluaU' .' . ~~' -~ -j ~- INSURE LlV^S.-grant jtjinuities-'and .Endowments and make contracts'generally thatiuvo)vp he contingency of life. "Accept Trusts as authorized by the charter, from individuals,:corporate bodies; or Courts of Justice, and execute them agreeably tothe desire of the parties, and receive Depositea ot money in trust, and on interest. - LIFE'INSURANCE.—The term's arc ns low. as Uiose of any office in Uie Union. ' Hates for Insuring SUttOr""- Age For. 1 Year /.For 7 Years Whole Life ' ' 7 Annually. Annually. 20 ©0 91 SO 95 S1V77" 25 l'OO i-ia-.--- -2-04" v -r 30 1 31 1 36 2' 36 *v •35 1 36 1 53 . 2 75 40 1 69 1 83 ,3 20 ' .46 1 91 '1 96 3 73 . 50^ 1 96—'% 09 -r-^-'4 60—" • 55 2 32^ 3 21; . ^5 "8 '_ 7_^rther.jnfonna*Uon-can-btoTitffifie"aiiy-'Spplicati6n at Uie otficd.- -'- "-" :-B. AV. RICHARDS,Fres't, jpHN...

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