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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

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Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

: :X>:-; david "i^QB)ESSfe*^K In.coiiyersatibn;a pr :6t,.gffi«!^^ffi a- gentteraa.n ^from'^r aU^^tefome Jisdosu^s-wJibiinade^W^ moral charam^^^W^^^m though we have ttever'heldwn yery^Mi estimalipnihe^we^^^^^ft^ Porter, yet we have Mt?hitherto b.p#dis^ ppsed-to^ve^reden6e^«^i;ih*„ o^rgd^fe ' £tonttKirira^esDectinehimTtnat.^^fillthepaj, Ders' of thes interibr;S>For,th| tf merit; m} wiu fprbear makirigany asaertiws, but will, ;u« satisfied^w»th prppbundinga^^uerieBj: ^i^mJim ^ &>^A? JgS^fW?;^ answef tsatis&tbrUy-:^4S"^U^:;^iij,r iv-Did not the property wiera,:-Holhr. daysbiirg iibw staMsptf brie time ^ belprig to, a widbwy; npt by any, means in affluentrcir^ •CUmStatfciBS^^.^^jj^i^^-r^-l. - "^ 2. When the buudmg .ef/thpy rail road! was'v'in contemplation,.'.did nbt sDavid RV; Porter endeavor to negociatg:^ith her.fpr. trie property! 'v :.:. ¦,.'., ¦ ' ¦ :''''^"-'iz' .'-^: -1,"'-'•-,-™ 3;-Orrher refusal;tb;selUdid-he.nptprOi qure some one to ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

| I^J¦ ¦ ffW*¦^l¦Ulp^¦¦¦¦¦M¦gM¦^¦gn^»'s^3g¦rt¦¦M¦¦n^^¦«¦¦ : ¦ ©liaitl-iiiiiLi ¦; . . ' :£&.»> l&POSri'OR. ¦' .Jt^r-ny*?^... 2'-'t^~'i' .n..'.r.\!~: ¦.¦*.."..'. -JJstrMte. People Renteaib&r .,.:-- , .. .-. . THAT. "V -. ' "•"¦-,-'-¦ •. ilikVlb R^'POftTER ¦:;- VOTED Hf THE .SBSFATE LAST WINTER' TO l>f STRUCT OUR SENATORS AND-REPJISSHXTATIVES IN CONGR3S3 TO VOTE IS FAVOR.OF THE ODIQUSTlND INFAMpUS 6UXi ^ TaEASUrtVBlL.U ¦ ',' ' .'• _' ¦ '' THE TRUE ISSUE.V.". - Be IT-nEMEMBS«;S3tii:'.'t t!ia Porter.CJnYontion vhich aiseni' jled in^rturrisburg on the 4th of July, *'.lopted.the fallowing resolution: ¦ ' nnsdLVEii,Tfi-VT\>ehavefullconi'lDSXCfi IN;.THE ^ LENT;^; -IXT3G|r>V, ^ttb' 'REP^ubi^il^iPiiEs, of mC^rliNVASlx^WR^lllSTOEyMtPNt- ;^3r>;sTATEs.v.-:-:. $?-^^^*;* 55>*"-'; "r ^Bb'S'il^EMBMisDyfiiiit "he''wj&Totis for JJdiiitI Jf:Portctyt)les iii favog of Van-B)it,enarta the Slib-Troaauryai'moitogoUiefJw'tli cve...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

». -. ..¦: XkrtheHer^ Si Exjiositfr...,.' '¦";{ :¦: ¦'¦'- laODEBNDEMOCRACY. ^ What's in a name? Tliat -aluch -we call a rote, ii/ apt/ i other, name would small as tweet. ' . ' • " ¦ ' ¦ . •*. As a people,' we are. riatttrally attached to the very name ef democracy. Even if Jefferson, Madison, and tfiblroe had never lived tocasta lustre on its nanje, itsprincipies, so in accordance with the spirit of the «^^^ rf^^. f^^% omJ01 j^t w«!»the ^v^^m^s^mmat-)vi& &^^^^0^W^^^^<^f>^ ^PcraUo^ar.ty^ta^embera>,cbminitted-anieiir^fe^^H^^^^hf^^jpwt™8 ^ throughout |the;$eMpdcbf'^urldistttfSaillbeB ' ;witji ^ance*attthe;iclpseiflfc'th'esl8th";cen-,t«ry,;-in $idmgviwith the fanatic'rulers pfthat emr)iroidUrihgj}ibr^ reY^lutiptfibecause^by >teMng*P^^ ^"fljipephembralttyrante.ofs ,, th&i^igiT»ttftefc .r.or.kthey ^^ „and„4hei^isdbm pf the"; biisiing! administration*1whosercpplic^ -Was generally dictated by:prudeti<s,8, andtesultbdan happ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

Jbaleand Important fron t . ^ ___^__^..:,w^^l>^v:-Li:^,u^'.........:_ ¦ From the»AVw Orion- Bcee/the35/A««. ¦ ; By waypf Pensacolii, we.have more re* . bent intelligencS^Jribm Mexicbi; 7The Pensacola; Gazette 'mentions,the arrival.of tlie II nited States -slbop-of-war, Vandalia.-from a cruise of seveiity-four-days in the Golf cf W[exibo:arid on" the coast pfKTexaSj having visited Vera, Cruz, Tampico» Matalnoras and'Galyegtqn.; ¦ ¦ ./'.,_.?i[: ¦',..^". ' ,-.' ¦ ¦: % The Ports' of Mexico, were ^ very clesely wa^ichedjoy tr]^ templated^vttacli; .ph. 'ihi^jt^j^.C§5ftJB!!^-. de Uilbarhas for the present b,eeh ^bindpned, arid the ^ BarbhrDefendii?.,; &«,„£renc,l» • MihisH^lfiaCsaiftii ^^^S^^M^ frSffi m-iim^m^v^^^1 ^01 --be war'naab^'-fte^;.b^?. ng.a;ubJeo>--to. captore^a^urhpiebVilime^aving ehipsed ibr 4fie^^db;^b^orno;lcnown. ¦f:,>,, ^Hbwine^^^^horTunder^eJslano bt SabriiS^'b*'an^ one brig and two: schoon-, Irsfihlpio'"fr.i|atb*ft.^^ )a)i^chea:Vare c.lb...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

fc-- --" .'!' '-T - .'tf.Ll" ,, .. . ¦ - . »ft , '-FoY the Herald and Ex/witor. TO ROBERT SNO^GRASSy^Esii. For the last six*years, and in the many poliUbal contests' in which' you have, been wngaged, your jjourse has been unstable as the wind—at one time professing to advocate the doctrines of the red-mouth democratic faction, and condemning in the-harshest terms the Muhlenberg partyJ>w!iile, at it more.convenient season, (fqr the sake of office,) you "go the whole hog" for the Anti-Van flureii party. And I pray you, eir, what reason have you heretofore given for supporting the priaciples cf our;(A«ti-Vanliaren) parry.?-Was-itnotT-iTL-y*ur-own : liinguagj/the only party that could.secure ilndperpetuate our libqiies—-the only.party that coy Id -preserve ouftrepublicjromrxtnarthy and confusion? These, sir, were your own ideas;.jrour'owirwPrds^butjiowi how chahgt^-,^- '- ¦ •.--•- -^ ¦—-¦¦' . You ar'b Aveii"a\yarc, sirj Jhat the doctrines'of the'.Van Bureii and Anti-Van Bu ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

^- —. ¦ ; f—-r^ : 1 . ". ! ' : For th; Jbratil tt Expositor. THEORY AND EKACTICE. i sii- Theory an^plactice"have had their'respective( advocatls: the following are some of our theoretical and practical men:. v Martin Van Buren, the practical abolitionist," who, in Jib New York Convention fprjamending thbeonstitutiori, voted,to give the negro an equal suffrage with-the white mati^-^-.SS-^Al'.Wv*-';.;- a-'.pi ¦b:*4H&&' ¦'¦¦-';*' '¦'" $<ftR$iajw^$^w^ cg4matibhist;r; uppn;'whose -dark side there •h'aiibeeaMf:^ wfellbearlfe;^'"^-.;¦,.;.; .J^.. i.y/;.,-.. ,-,-. ijUayia\Ri$orleb. the practrbal amalg^ ?. m'atibniSt^whb4:adv,ise;d~and ' ^9!^ri' 0'i0^ i^c^itK--~-' ." ~:"'-: 4^yAbiiBan%vbr theoretically of paying •rjjsj;j|flflt debts^ but^whb never found it con-Venient^tipractice:,;..:.;::'-. •/ ; gt-^^WHo^sihepJeticaily• opposed, to^increasij^Tthe'ftateMebt^biit who practically.voted for'a hill; which" would have increased it bp; forty millions, had riot Gov. Ritn...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

• '-. •-, ' -ILI" " ¦ " ' l . ¦ _.. , ~ Ttic Death of €om. Btodgers. . We announce with, sincere luelings ot isorroy/, the removal from amongst us, of Coinmpdpr.e-J'ohn Rogers,-a-distinguish'ed "commander in"tJiir/riavy, and who, as a cttiien, Was highly .esteemed by all wfio had the .happiness of liis acqbaiiitance.-; ,T-h« Commodore expired pii Wcilhesday evening, about 0 o'clock7, at the,-Naval Asylum, near the"SchuylkiHj-iri-the. 74th'ye,ar.of his age, after a long and pivinfolilliiessrwhieh,-we areirjformed he bore with Christian palienCe'aiTd'T'Signatiori. WinieniirTrieiuls .and tehitiorisWiliiojigcherish the memory xifc his„social"and-domestic vir'tui'Srhia public services Will.be engraven in indelible characters upon the hearts .of; hifebuntry men.'i-/ , ^nh, a-//i5uire), i ,• ¦ ..: NAVAL ORDER, " All officers .of the 4N"avy, who are nttaclvjL ed to the U. S. Naval Station", at Philadelphia, are directed to attend;'.the "funeral of the late Cbmmodors John Rodoeiis, f...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

AssaulttJpon jlicr¥!|vyi" The two lastrriurhbera of tlie Official 'Governmerit;7paper;.cbij|taih an outrageousthoughdeHbe^e^anptrc^ attack upon the pificersbf-lh' e^Navy bf the United ;Statbsif /They*are charged;; - for instance, >yfth:,?'V total' want of that esprit du corps, "\yithb^V:w'hiph;; there pan . be; npthing high an^'enrioblifig^ifKihe^ ^yith3Ja:^e"an and pitifulrjealbiwlyfequaliy degrading to the man and to thosprbfession, P^^ng^tlcl^W^^MM^^w^^ dispositionv, 'Hn,,,too :many7l,bf>the yoUng^ offiCers,.^akbl^fVb^ .^absence bfjaliiBpkit;'/*w^ it-r-arif itcrMgdJsgraspirig.^mphopbiizing; *?^^mk^^MM£&±M . .., ;,Itjs jrHpossible to repressjpnp'aiindignation:at thhi venomous assault upon a body bftrpbh;^ ,be^rp|ehthled to their country's- rpsp'ebt and^ffecjiph thah^heljb|hcer$ of our Navy i 'Ia^nb||n^r^ Te'pufe^foh^ the^H^lljSflthelGoyerpi^ elevation Of chnfacter lb be Safe frdm the malignity of this" organ bfthP;Executive?- AlfPfKbaVrj chty^^ ¦ wbrt...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

; ¦*ZW*iT.). "-r."^ ^Sfm^ ii*;.>«S^^: m; :«¦•-.; - ,-<.KhJ.:V-i»t*< -':'-.-«.-*''«*S^k?&i^-'-M* ;^Sf£ili2i':i.ri A SI«»^ FBO.irpf.p APAMS! Eicwaot of a letter from an intelligent gentleraaii-in %|s^fr;^*'i^ja^ii^^ '¦>': iyA^Uttrejpe^iitte Wnni^ntlei^jnbf thi8pl»<*;; , jM}^ffiijifi^ ;qiM«^<(i^ron.'.*h? '*4*;:!9>^?-^>'^w;'*^"'^v ^^Mi^t»i;ift;p;.^>a^a^f^b^^ ^iu^M|rf4?r]i'yfe^'irt^ ^ijj^iinlitofi^rfwt^jbet^^ ^n^ji^i^i^^tt^p^^^^ ft&Ji^jpglii^^^ : ,Wy#Wen^:#ifi^4r^p.«^^M'^ ^^^mm^^mm^0^^ ^m0$$mp^00mmm

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

[, -'. Frow the Harrisburg Chronicle. ' fREASONS WHY WE CANNOT SUP^ PORT DAVID R.POTER FOR GOV* . ' • ^ ---"ERNOR. ' ¦¦ -..>,<:. ' In our last we gave a feivireaBonswhy we support Joseph Ritner fori rereJectioh * to. ,the;;p'fBce oftGovPrne^andinvcpnsb^ • J it^bbpumea propbrfor'ti?i fo'State^burreasbns : for, /gjposingfpdvtd?^ fsarft$i.?bj(ftc>^ \'then^, -,>.-;;:"- '-'" ¦ ' •'.' ^f':: I ^x'%', ¦ > ' ' '*T, I ¦¦-•;i-lst Because we;warit^jiP chaiigpsiiftpjrr. state adrniriistration.':";/:1.';:^::^^"":' -?.':^' '¦"' ' ^2d^jBfica«fiC, ^he';hasuno I^^ qUaliflc^tioria whichifi'tkhinvfor;:thatJi^ we'e^bn'.desir&J^charige;-^"^ . 3d.,^caM,seT;.>y.p:bSlieyb;; hirn inepbssessibn; of^^^many/jitraits |of\character, which would, disqualify ahy.iman!fpr,,:the offic*e of .Rpv.b.rn.br".o,t^JB^nsyl.yprilai^^ '' 4th; 5eca«sej«,!heis;npt a Pennsylyanian in priubiple?and feeiirig,?-But:?is';:cbhnec.ted with and controlled by: the pairjYiatpreseri...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

STAT1J DEBT AGAIJS, i Fads are stubborn things. V--,-....; ^..-t^-^.'s. ,.---.r¦-^-¦..,.t'., , K-".V^'- '- -¦....vV., 'i -;^.. ,•¦7.^., ' ' it At thpclpse Of,it1ib;;finanicalt year 1820, the:,yiear">G^eo*ge :d^ nor^thbTiebrnmbri^^ PAye#fpr4mpji^^^ a^hp'clpsejpf^he^finanici^^^^^ yeariGbyprnb^yolf; iwent-' butv ,bf office,••• thb p.binmonwbaltWw. a? indebted formoriey; hor^wed ,;;$a||,«¥»<7i4^1^:S», Wolf haVing.borrowea $i6,440j74U »2; ;aa^ipilbwbi'i«ii;::-« %;i rt'" iQ&xU by-r^$&iJ^ .Pcrraanent.t.'Jiin'iiJ'r'Bct of TAi becciiibcrj 1829, nnfl : »;;'V> ;.;:'.-'.4th Jarijaaryj 1S31J -J -'"'¦'¦ S2ti2,5!K) 00 ¦ ~ do.---fi. per«bt 1.3th MRrdi.l830, ',,--4,Wld;003'0J . do..; , ,.do. flirtMarch,! 1831, 2,483.181 88a d-).; dcr. »S0Ui Marti), 18S1, 3'J0,()03 0i>^ '•ao.XvA - ^'do. *')th!March-, 1332; :-*.'2,l4'S1l58p 00' '-. dr>.,:,'v, do..... 5tli A't>r;i,' 1832, SUaUUD lliV dof"'."''-" At. Iflth Feb'y. 1833, - 2 544>.ll)...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

¦ Oe8lmclfm^*¥?^it^w^ortt ,, .•-*Jjos8 0f&ifeMtiil.morei if.'.,-' .'¦ ;'--^--*^«^^«P*si^.'" J!£ck-X<n-k,Cor*eipond<mebftheFenn ,ih^n&rm :.;' New York, August I, » .' 12 o'clock of Nohn* \ . .Atlyices lrom ^pripp. rj^py^hc,St. James, state;that:cblifiden'leM!|^eTcY^ can me^pfijnts is ejiilr||#^stblre8^a|id \ht the biiyers in EngiandVforlvthe Mvy^SYork andPhiladelpJiia markets, bjfehiakiiigb)Ktehmv«P^paran>n^a1^putthal^^» v^e^^:^i iiLi.::^i^^: i£jp^i^^^ - - •:. ;Many;merchains;^e^tb^nlt^ fi a|yefy;viieavy businesslheW thisq&Hv I Howeybr,iall)the :dealer^|re goinp'onihe I low. pressbre - safety^priridple,:*Nbhe of jthc!n,;.'after.;the'0terrjbi^. le.gs^^^^^ i reeently:: ;j^il^^rr^^^pscd|^;pijjVput i titeir aVrn#;fu^thbi' i^ Iback with;carp;"-':«W'*:<i-:!;:'. -i'r"-^ ",.' - -«- '-•The: cbrrfihercial .and'bfliefacb 'ceived in LirjiKftiiV from 'New; York up" tp June 2d,rfh'aye- ^ the cprrimercial men, and financiejginLon-' don.r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

^~'"; T"A? CdJdPARispN^ -" f Wolf increased the STA-FjEJ DEBT, ~ . Ritner hasTeducetLit. ' Wolf would have: increased it many niillioris nfor5. - --. '-" -._ .;-. ¦Ritner has said he will not increase it'.- '" "-HVp'lf infposed a" h>avy"STATE;-"PA-Xjupon the people. -¦,',-". •- ¦ ™. prtRitnec rc/).e«/erf h,-afid saved-Lthfe-pconl.e: ¦ in one year $234,509 l1?;" • . •'¦¦ Wolfleftthe Treasury' bankrupt—»-bnly MOjOOO in it.: : 'v ¦ . ' „ Ritner has keptit^vell filled—more than '1 \ i j Character of Pennsylvdnih dbrattd— j effec'sif Gjv. Rithefs Adihiiiistfa'ion. —When Joseph Ritner was elected Gov- ' ernor bf Pennsylvania, she had ho charac-, ' tsr; or worse than ridnb, among her sister ! States. She had been ridden down, and J bowed to the sway of demagogues at WashV j ingtbri 5 and instead of being>ah>itldPpen-.|' dent republic,;;was a mefb vassal Of federal i' ' 'ipiiw3f.'v,-B'itt the admihistratiort pf Joseph ¦! Ritner, hits reversed the Uninviting picu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

HERALD «fc EXPOSITOR. ....„.,•£ r~ i ;—'.::,.*)¦ . :-- --BY OEOIIOB M. PHtUljtPS.. I" ' I ' ' , . ; cXrlTsle. - -'Tuesday Afternoon;-August 7, 1838. ram ., ., ' =^- --ThcMeople^s Candidates, FOR PRESIDENT, ^ 7Sa» ttf*,. m*&i£TB!2S©S?« _ ., POR.GOVERNOR, u5fT&e ifashhigtoh\co' unTy:Tdrmcr. ' '",

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

.. ' (Cj^T^ «<*' «>• o/™* Ifa'ald & Expositor is'in at'ieyUlairce^tUtliePerrg-coUrt^' yohieh^nHst-behis-dpo!- xgyfor'OTiy omissions or diificiencies in this paper. C£The " Grea/: W;s/swVliteSmSr arrived at New York"en Sunday'evening from Bristol; haying,one hundred and thirty-three pussengers on.board, and a large quantity, of freight^—Her<paa4age money aloiie, It is said, cannot amount to mnchless* than ..$23,003, The "Sirius" arrived off Plymouth on the 16th„t.f July, making tlie passage from JCjw York in 13 days. 'ttJ'The Great Western Steam Ship Company We taken step? to increase its capitul frem £230,000 to £1,000,000. They haVe contracted for the immediate, building of three large and splendid steam-ships, to run between Cork and tlew York' in conjunction with the British Queen; they are to be christened {Presldent ^ Great Britain »nd United States. The keel of the President has been already laid."" Slfclis" to'measure £028 torn. . ' dj*The Phi...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

MARKETS. PiiiiADEirniA, August 0,183S. FLOUR AND MEAL.—Sales of old Western at SO, Pennsylvania IT 50 iiC7Srfresh ground and Brai* dywineiyi 230} bbls. Hye at 4; Corn Meal', sales mostly on speculation at 15 2S a IS 62} for hhd's, and s 'so a2.S5 for biiic ; ;.;;~'t:;—~ "~—. - GHAIN Wheats-Old AVcstern sells in lots at $1.40 a 1 45; Hye 9Q cents- Corn, sales of 7003 bushels Yelldwati35 toT* cenU for inferior to prime quality! 150.1 bushels OaU at 33 cents. "'•'•" AVHIskEY.—60.) blla common, sold pn tsrms not communicated; sales have ranged' from 32 to 34 in hhds; Monongahela In bbls., 33 cents. Baltimode, Auo; 6,1858. . FtpiJU.--Therbiia3i been ^ an iniprdvement in the rcccipu of Howard street flour this week, but no I change of any moment has taken .feraciS in prices. I The demand hring vety limitcil, transactions arc confined principally toa retail business. Wequotelrom wagons to-day at $6 7S, although in occasional ih» I stances a fmctloii more has been paid for choice lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

DIED, In thia'borough, <mthi» morning, Ann Barbara Weaver, daughter, of, John H. Weaver, aged 3 years, 11 months and I day. In Harfisburg, oU Suauay the SSthday of July, CHABLESJMOW1tt,Esd.4in tHe dltt yeir^qfjut 'ys6'. - ¦ "-'- .--" i ..¦''.'. ''•¦ ....:'"' ¦¦ -. Mr. Mdwry was a native of Itliode island,^^but Had resided in this state for upwards of 4J) years. He-was a printer by trade, and waa engaged in the publication of a political newspaper for .about 83 yeara, during which time Mtv Mowry aeuuired eopaideraMe celebrity as a political writer. He. at one time, rtoodseeond to none in thestate a» a bold, vigorous and effective editor. Many of the older politicians of the state remember him well. He'.held several"Important public trusts under the state Government; among which was that of Canal Commissioner., He was appointed to this important station' under Governor Shulre,and held.the'office uotTl the election of Mr. Wolf, which he filled with ability and uncommon fid...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

_ JPjpfflBI^Ay^JLEHMAy, apffciANs, From Phitadtlnhms KESPECTFuLlY inform the citizens' oFCar-.Ii~le and its ^vicinity, that they have opened a Store in a frame ,'buildinKin^High Street, nearly op; p»site,FeiTee'» Hotel, where they onjir fjp TOlc^Jectacfc»,with gold, silvur «nd tortiss -hell £-ames, with a new aj'*. i:r;j. - .ert nssprtrr- .t of glasses of their ow:i .u'aiiufacture. These glasses are of the best kind for preserving and improving the sight in continued reading and writing, wherein'the vJdfl not;tire the cye« but strengthen and improve.the vision. Thry are reeomraciided by the. most celebrated doctors and professors. . : .,.. . • . ^ •- ' ¦¦' _'¦• ^psa, spF GzJissSs ' ~ ~~ :otoeMjii»aSdii 'ualjty^tAjGN^^ ESrbf every description: 'r ind . ' r " -"-"'''"" p-iwICBOSfpJJFiBStVr";: "7" with different mngn'djing powers,together with a varie^cf articles in the optical line, not mentioned. flj* Optical, and' o(her instrument! and glasses^ promjitly and carcfullv repaired. ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 August 1838

. - GRAND CAPITAI* FOR AUGUST AND SEPTEMBR16 . ' Virginia State Lottery, For the benefif of the Lecsburg Academy^ Class No. 5, for 1838. To be drawn at Alexandria, Va.'on Saturday, tlfo 4tb ^_J.. _.„ oXAugusvl838. --r-^ CAPITALS. : — HIGHEST PRIZE 35,294^10,000—5,000—3,000- - 2,500—100 Prize! of" 1,000 dollars—115 br.SOtf--. .-: . eo'cflOO.-CtO. ' Ticket! only $rO^-Half $5—Quarter $2 50. Certificate! of Pack's of 26:Wliole.f iokpts $140 " • Do. ,-.'.¦ AS. 26 Half do 70 " ;D6". do. • -20 Quarter do .35. . . ti J||t'^ , 13 Drawn NbC in each Package of 22 Tickets. ' Pytginia State Lottery, i. Foi1 the benefit of the town of Wellsburg. .' Class No 5 for 1838. To bo drawn at Alexandria,' Va. Saturday tlie litis August, 1838. .. . --—- ¦'-*:.''» UnitllAKT SCHEME. CAPITAL $2S,O0Ot .10,000; 5,000; 2,000; l/SO'i 1,500; 10 of 1,000; 15 pf 5,00; 20 of 250; £5 of 200; 100 of 100, &«. "*.' := Tickets only S1(T—Halves $5—Quarter! $2 50. Cert' ! of packages 6T 22 Whole Tickets $100 Do do...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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