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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

Frorh the Pittsburgh Advocate. CioT.Bitiici'and Alidlilioiiisni. As an attempt is now being made to identify Joseph Ritner with the-mad schemes of the Abolitionists, we deem it proper to lay before our readers the evideiice (upon Which ^he- charge of Abolitionism is preferred against him.-p^The-evidence quoted by his enemies in his letter to the Western .Division Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Socle-; ty,-which'wiirbe"lbmHTfirour cplumns today . \Ve refer our readers td that' letter as furnishing in itseff a triumphant refutaF tion of the charge. Joseph Ritner recognizes in theletter4her-eoiistitutional -rights of t)te slave-holder, while he deplores the ^ existence of slavery- amongst us, as every American o? the Northdrn,' Eastern_and Westerri~rion-slaveholdingStates does,without ' exception!—while Joseph - Ritner. is i.n favor, of extending the right of trial by juryto such pfersons, arrestedas fugitives from htbp. rjn:Pther-itates,_asj/ia/Oe_rjepw»eat ed'on oath to be freemen. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

MR. RITNER'S REPLY. ercise of the elective franchise, by the answer this communication may -elicit.*-' ••-•-¦> •'.• Respectfully' yours, &c. - HENRY HANNEN, Cor. Sec. . Harrisburqh, April 5, 1838. ; Sir—The letter which you, as Secretary of the Executive Committee of the Western Division of the Ahti-Slavery Society *of PenriSylvania7:addressed to ine on the 27th ult. was received on the 3d ulst. ..vfiy direction of-the-Corialmittee-youask-ine the following questions: , "1. Is the existence of Slavery and the Slave T^ade in the District of Columbia, in conformity to^the principles of justice and humanity, !an'd accordant with the genius and theory-pf our republican institutions ? . '.' _. '-.-.'' .-..-.; "¦'"2' . Does Congress possess the constitutional power to abolish' Slavery and the Slave_Trade~in4he-District-of--Columbia? " 3. Is it expedient that Congress should "exercise'this right, and abolish Slavery and 1 the Slave Trade in the District of Colum-:bia?...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

i,ei the WeopJe-.Siemembsr .'¦ -' ' . THAT ¦' .,-' •" - ..: D.1 VIP.JS-.JP.QKTEif., .. VOTED IN THE SENATE t AST ' WIN-f git TO INSTRUCT OUK SENATOUS AND UEPRE3EXTATIVES-:IN„GO> TX5KESS TO VOTl^ INJEAYOR'OFTt1.? OH^ji^1^51 ^0?^ SUB-TKEASURY-BICU- ."T._ ,...;,.....'• *' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

THE TRUE -ISSUE..,-: T77": . B*e it BEJiMiniaiED thiit tlie Porter Convention .which asEcmblcil in Ilarrisljurg on tlie 4th of July, adopted the following resolution: : ItESOL VED, THAT-WBHAVE FULL CCWVIDENCE TN' THBtTALEN.TS, INTEGUITY, And-Republtcan^;PrVn:ciples OF^-.MXR- , TIN VAN BUREN>JtESIDEN±OF THE UM_-_ TEDSTATES,ir - ; ;..' -.'• Be iT.'n'EMB.srSEnsn,"tiii«t: he. who votes for David -i?" Porter- votes in favor, of Van Utiren nniftlijsSub-Trcasiiry Scheme, togetiicr with every other injurious measure of the present imbecile and wicktcVaijmih-. istration"ofliie"'General Government i and tli'lS \W who TotesfoTJOSEPHRITNERrvotes AGAINST u . < ""iw"""'"- '"' -. Van Bursri and tlie.Sub-Trcasui-j', SWIieme. .1 Bz IT niMEMnEItED, VoTEns -Of ywr::3VLVA*IA, that Porter and Van Bureh are identified in nil Ihings-^a re one.aud U>? same.- If Porter should be elected, Van Bureii ivill- consider it an approval of his measures. iJemVmfcr^/u'sT and" vbteas dttfy a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

&£]$j1t . meeting of the peo 1^77IZ::.12ple, ... 21. {l'Hi-I'S.S i;"Y:estcFd'ay Ayas'.a^lbrio'us day'for the ho-. neSt'-republic'ari yeomanry of Cumberland.; One'.of-the largest'.'me'ctlligs_tli.ai_c_verv^as- ; sembled in: the couiitj*', was held iii'the, jCoiirt .Hpu5pJpO. his_Jbprough.at 1 o'clopH, ] inhonor of Gov,Rt'fXER and SPECIE 1 PA FMENTSr. About SIXHUtfDRED persons \yere in attendance,;CorhprisiDg far- , mers arid meehanics, manufacturers and laborers, merchants and professional men, all of whom met together to promote the good cause, arid to express jlieir views in relation to .the .county-;;ticketJ.. It was ertiphatically. a. meeting of the PEOPLE, some being in attendance who have n8t turned out to a polilical-meeting-fdr years, thereby showing . that they had the-interests and prosperity 'of the state and-pountry at heart. We were delighle4-.to-s.ee4he^old'grayheaded inen .of the revolution present; arid warmly espousing (ho cause of our patriotic-" gover...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

^imwimmGT Great Jfleeling. <pf the PeopUZ Agreeabl/' to previous public liotjce,' a meeting of Bie citizens of Cumberland county, favorable to the re-election of our present worthy Governor, was held at the Court House, in the borough" of Carlisle, on Monday the 13th of August^-rthe day oivk which the Banks of this Commonwealth, h\ " accordance with the proclamation of Gov-v Ritner, r^imied-tlu^payment^f^ gr^^a for their*hptes.'.' The "meeting was. the. largest, ever assembled in th p. county op Cumberland;^upwards"of "600^citizens being in attendance'. The meeting was-called to order by the appointment of . JOHN McKEEHAli Esq. of West PennsboroUgh township, as' President ,-i*. Solomon Wliisler, of Hopewellj- ¦ ¦ ,:' * John Fishburn,of Dickinson,:'-. ¦ ¦'. ' Col. JohiilFyncopp,plvr.Pennsbovo. Daniel Lf.ckey, of Frankford, . > : - Benjamin 'Gil4^ of ^ NorthMiddleton, ' John M. Martin, of Silver Spring, T--CA«W««r-y«cftriJf-Sihi>pensbiirff,~ -A_. John Clippi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

^tf^^^lEXPGJSIXQgi'.; • ', ' —~~., -I.' -.,-..).. — ,-i", ¦ ;; by;«E6.aaifl.'Mr;.;Bnii.MPS., . " 's Mi^^^3?\, -.^; ¦¦' z^J^^SBr ^^m^ • ¦"¦'¦¦ ¦"' ^&Mm,^w+'^'-n$M8m •'>'\l,t \m±: •¦ — ^™^fe^i«ffo-/' !>_!** X" * "Xs^ti^is/^'" //1\ >fi -Ms.'Vi« s'wfimMSmSi ' " WBfBW^'iCllfc^BHp X«IIh\ : :: ^^^^^^ ^^^^ :'-'- , ,.,. ,..-.—,rWtV-iTjTr-:-'i ¦''¦'¦ji«i~~^™ji*™««*a*^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

••--.;.:.;.-Q.ATi'Ujyi-L;E.;.v ¦'-; .T'uesdaytAfternoon, Auoust-.14,»1838.. '^aWgJfirl.'ii'Tl'ij'^MV1 lJ'T^-J"!"^'J^i ^ mw'|¦ .JMfUtl-uii^ nw ':.• , The People's. Candidates, FOR PRESIDENT, "'~' ^m»^IRi«-®I^iBSi]l£3©.Sr« FOR GOVERNOR, ¦ •^asisbiBiPffit.oaat'ojsrmm* 7-'~- ~ -'T/ieWdsMngltonTeouhtyFarm^}':.~ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

nE&UMP,XIQN:-^F..SBECm-.PAY-^ ._U: :•!" 1Z~&ent.s' ^I'1 ¦''.'j' JiZ- ./¦Yesterday", the • ,13th of "August,.; was a glorious day for Pennsylvania-. 'Meetings of thc.PEOPLEwere held in almostevery county of-the''Common.wealth, in honof^oi I JO SEPHIHTNEIi and aRESUMP-\"TlOlV jQffiPZVIE~PATMENTS by J'tlie Banks of this. State. Well .does the a-! hie 'editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer re-| 'mark*, that "the PEOi'jlE'of Pennsylvania ; are honest and 'high-minded,' who rejoice in . witnessing.'the prompt"and ample fulfilment of contracts, 'cither between individuals or institutjp'ns. :Jttwas', with pain, and mortifir; cation, therefore, that thby-witnessed asuspensiori'of specie payments, brought-about in a great measure by the mal-admiuistFation of the'affairs-of xthe general gpvernment. It was with still more..pain.:that;they ;-wiinbs.§ed;the-circulatipn:p'M '.tens' of thBusands of dollars' in ah" odious ;and, as many bclievedj.-an irredeemable de-1 scription ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

At 01 tnc !.. "MIL.II'AKY SlfCAMPMBNT. .:. a meeting memoersanuomcers of the 1st Battalion"'of Cumberland Volunteers held at Ma'cfarlane's Hotcl,;eri the 4th August*'Lieut. Robert A. Noble was called to;ihetChany arid Lieut/Alfred Creigh appointed Secretary.. •' After an ui'tercharige of opinions on the practicability, and expe? diency of holding an encarnpment.for three successive days the following resolutjpps we're atdopted, . '.''':.. Resolved; That the 1st Battalion of Cumbcrlaijd .Volunteers hold .an encampment at Shippensbpr' g on the, 12th, 13th and 14th of October [next—and that-thcy assemble fprthat purpose at Carlisle on Wednesday the 11th "of October at 3i!6'ibckrP.!Mv--.;-R«so]vedr^That-LieUt,-I\lfi!ed7jCreig]i, Captain Michael Weise, Lieut. John-Goodyear, Sergeant'George Murray,- Jr.,(Lieut.-Robert A. Noble and Cap'.. Abraham Lamberton, be arid are hereby appointed acommittee to make all necessary^arrarigements. -Resolved,- That the committee'' of arrangement b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

¦ MA.RRIEI>, I" On the 8th' irist!, by the ReV. John .lll'rich, Mr. Thomas PffilMamson, of Monroe .lo^Jialupj^ W^is^ Elizabeth Godfrey, of -3^otl'-COttm.vl^_' 1.""' '• ' ~"7ZIZ7~" . On the 9th irist., by the samcTMrTJohn Grebill, of-Moin-oe township, to Miss Agmn Miller, _of Allen township. .7..fin the' Dili' irist.," by--the "Rev;- -I);-p-.-.Rosen.millerp'Mr;'^p/m-7^" M/1'..to..Miss.: Eliza .Householder, both. ofTWrestperihsr. bo'rb'township. 7 ."--".-• -:.- - ,i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

M-A--RK-E-TS ! '_ - „ ¦- , ~™~~- IiXT.TIJlOttErJVVO. 13,1833. ¦ FLOUR.—There has lieeii animprove-:iU.ent, .ina.lta7_rcficj pjsof Howard Street (lour ^ This WMl^-lTdirp-icer-lravcr^indeT goitpiTO) '.change..." We quote , the ."wagon price .at -80,75, arid sales to the, amourit'of 1000 ' havphcen made"froirr!stOTps"at-677-^0cca-: sional sales of choice" lots.at 87,25. ..Flour . mad«s from old 'wheat in good order has been sold at the same rates. ' . • i GRAIN.-r^In the four, leading articles: under this hcad~we have^to note an advance in prices^-rtlie rise in Corn being rapid arid important. . '". .'.'" " ""•" Wheal.—-Tricos have improved, in con- | sequence of a fair.demand on the part of Millers, and "the inadequacy of "the-"supplies to meet it. . The sales of iiow* reds Md. and Virginia, have ranged for gtfod to priinc parcels at §1,40 a 1,45, we quote the rangc^pfprdjinn-y to prime red; at SI,35 a. 1,4 5.- —'\% e- sal as_jof_t£hite77iavcrbociifvo lit $1,45 up to 1,05—that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

. - - MiSTBSM*".^' _^ CI AJIF/lo tticr'fircmiGes of tlie subscriber residing J. in Allen township, Cumbi-rlaiitl .ay coitn}y. On the 14t.lt ol -Jiilr last! A S^^-\ *^'~\ DUACK COAV, Willi ft white .''nee, ^yfef^A.-" jyliite spots 011 her belly, drnop horn- ^Si^^/3 cdy botucen S anil 4 years olil. XlietS-lKNK'^iv.SrS! -o\™tMR-<U--'ur£(l_talcam2jannuil74iEM^Jprp'pn-tv, pay chni'ges, and t(jkc her :iwny, otlierwise slieVill be .disposed of according to law. " -.-- } JOHN SADLER. August 13; 13S3.—3v/.« .. Estate of Lemuel Havis, Esq. deceased. '¦ ¦' ¦ . NOTICE. -/The subscriber, residing in the. bnrringli of Shippsntbnrjrj CiiKiherland'county, having taken outlctteraof Ail'min'fftration/on the estate of LKMUEL 1)AV1S, Esq. late of snHl bomiigb, decjea's^d, hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate, to make,payment immediately, and those having 'claims or demands, to.present them without delay, properly authenticated for settlement. CATHERINE "DAVIS, Jtdm'rx. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

" -BlSMC^Ii MAK & UESBMAS y ''¦'PT " /a.tciA-Ni...; .;v. JProni Philadelphia, BfiSPECTPULLY inform tho citizens of Car-Jlislo and its vicinity, that they have opened n Store in n frame huildmgjin High Street, nearly oppplte Ferree's Hotel, wbere tliey offer for sale Sjilrc tacles, with pnld, silver anil tortise"shell frames, with a.riew and improved nsiortmcnt of glasses of/their mvh manufacture/ Tfiesd glasses ar<5 of the best kind )br, preserving anil improving the sight in continued, reading anil writih*, wherein tljoy do liot tire the eye, but strengthen and improve the vision. They arc recommended by the, most celebrated doctors and professors! '. —j—.—--.— .— ALSO, SPY GTJISS' ES. of every size nnd'qunUty. 'MAGNTF10N,G GLASSES of every description: and -: ,,,, ^aicS60sc«iPi^,;:... _ V with, different magnifying powers,together with a variety of articles In tilt opticaUine,.nat.msntioned. Qj* Optical and other instruments bjiT glasses, promptly and carefully-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

VIGTOJMr AR-EttAl -j ORWI^Mois'-EXTEJN^lVB. - .-- • •¦ ©llOil^., ¦ .'- MR. NICHOLS most respectfully announces W to the inliabitants of CAitMntE, thatjiis Circus1 c open for their amusement, on Tuesday and Wednesday tha \i;h and 15th days of Jlittnut. -. The entertainments will eommence.with a Superb Cavalcade nnd'AUegoricnl Representations of the Four Quarters of the. Globe, ' Ami*rica, Europe, Asia and Afi-ica, showing_a^«ue". cession of intricate Manoeuvres, with Eight Beauti-:ful and hiRhly trained Horses', anit actually performing the difficult mazes of the Waltz and Star DariW, with various other difficult Feats which it would seem to require the human mind to Execute. The publio jnnyrest assured That every tiling here announced willnetiialljrbe perfoiincd. ¦ . ... . . 1- • ¦ j, . . ^^ Mr. J. B. Roberts, the Celebrated Eqw- .:.- - hbristl . • ..." Will-be iiitron'ilii.Td, who will go. through tire whole of his Astonishing iierfonnances. Those-who have not Witnessed'the ast...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

ESviiiaitipaSliic JPhapsiciitn, -SIJttGEOW '& ACCOUCHEUR; Office in High Street, a few,doors east of ;,;....' 'the Jail^C'arHsle,Pa., .'. , TENDERSliis professiorai services to th' e.citi-zen8 of this place and the pubjib generally.'ahd more especially to those who are suBer'nigfrom CHRONIC DISEASES,«nd respectfully informs them, that lie professes to cure all kinds of ¦ •.-;- ¦ , ,' . -7;:Afl?6JTE ATOM.CBBR'©Wr IcVr' "."•.-.' pISiJASES, '" fj wliich are In their na^retiurable, in.a perfect, easjr Jind mild manner. The metliciuc is administered internally, is pleasant to tlie taste and easily taken.—-j. IRs charges mitt be: moderate. ¦'¦ — i .-..--' !! He will.iisit.patients,'when called upon.nt tlicir respectiveTilacesof residence, i'n tliis place or. its vicinity. Persons at a distaiicc.lnbbrinfiliider-Chro-' nie Diseases, may obtain me5icat<jaifvice and medicino; for one month, by addressing him a letter.(pdst p;id) de scribing'their'disease^and enclosing, a curr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

DIED, OnitheCth- inst., JMr. James Irvine, of "Westpennsbovo' township.--7--'-^ ' - . -.- — ;'.. • -»On the 1st inst., of Cholera Morbus,y?>m Elizabeth', infant (laughter of Aiidr.Bw Comly' , of PupcrtoWH, agsd Ic?'inohtlis.''•"' .-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

; poLi^rtc/vL. / .' .Frow-ihe Harrisburg Chronicle. - ;Iii bur lastAve gave a few reasons why we ¦ support;"Joseph Ritner for re-election to the,olfi<* Of Goyerner; and in consequence, it bec.imes.pfiiper for us !to state our reasoitS "for -opposing- David R. Porter, for the same .-office. , We .oppose. Mr. Porter, thcn~-. . /, .'¦ ¦ •...-- ., -.- ¦ ,' -'- 1st Because we want no change ifi our state administration; . " . . ' ;3d.' Because, he liaaT no qualifications '-wlndi-ftt-hini for t'hat important office, did we even desire achdtige. -. 3d. Eecause, wo believe him irir-p"b«ises-^" of 'many traits of character^which Wfld-'aisqiialiry any ¦ man for the office of Governor'-of Pennsylvania. . *$': *?eca"*?». heisnot aPennsylvanian ln'principle. and feeling;, but is coniiectea with andfControlled by the party at present in jpcftver, in the .Federal'Government, which ever has been, and how is; opposed to tils interests of the Keystone State, .erfjdeavoring at Jail time...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

iPEMSyEVASI^SSi; _.;. ,'.;_,.. .. ,,1 ^:.,..... '.>„L_, .;_;;¦;' " ;^^^ In the and l>y the authority "of tlie* Cohihion-1^^^ - , wealth of Peinisylrariia,; m^r- B.y , j o-s JE~BH;: -JS^: T]V;E Bj " ;* ' _._,:¦ -• GOVERNOR OF SAID;C03IMONWE^&ThI ^j^ j'¦ ,."'¦' l": /-'a ;';""{:' A' PfQcIa«iation..;:',':'\!,"- ¦ • - The period has arriygd when theisories of misfortunes prtxluced.bvtlie infuriotis: in^ence of lie National Government with the Currency of the Country is-about tp terminate,.' Congress having,rjsen without sanctioning the attempt to'give to the I-ederal ^^ Executtve the entire:-cohtrotof the National weal til-and. of thVwhoe amount of specie inthe1 country, and the .consequent power to affect and wield its own otnlioses al the capital and crodit of the. Union; and having also imposed ceSsdlu a' ry restrictions on-so much of this power as hid beer, <LaI ZiSi iS^ineum bent on the-Commoiiwealth of Pennsylvania, to put forth her V^X Ton „ eken li^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 August 1838

JFacls are stubborn thittgs. At the. close of the finanical year 1829, the.year George Wolf was_e.]fieted Go.ver-_ nor, the Common wealth, of Pennsylyaiiia owed for money borrowed -$8,140,000—- at the close of the^rinancial yeai' 1835, the year Governor Wolf went out of office, the Commonwealth was indebted for money borrowed $t»4,*38i>.74:S tS2, Wall having borrowed $I6,44©.74U 32; as follows, viz: Pcrmnnent Loan,per act t fT 7tlr December,'! 829, ntid 4Ui January, 1831, S'J02,500 00 do. ' -.pcractJ^A JIar4i,_m9, A,Qnj),Qa»„0a «'o- do. 2l8rtritixB7"f8i?"f, ~2,483,16i 88 do. ' db. 30tli March, 1831, . 300,000 00 do. do. Sfltli March; 1.132,' 8,348,6811 00 do. do.. 5th April, 1832,. 300,000 00 . do. • do. lfith Keb'y, 1833, 2,514,000 44 do. do. 27th Marcli, 1833, . 430.000 00 do. do. 5th April, 1834, 2,2IS3,4U0 00 Amount received on-Ucrma^eiit Loan—— - — i-ernctofApril, 1835, •' .804,900.00 remporary Loaii per act of 17tli January, 1835, ¦ 230,000 00 rermniicnt Loan fo...

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