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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

. 0«PI1AWJ'' COURT SAIiE. IN.purfn»nce bf n.dccrae.of the OrphanslCourt of "Ctimhcilami county, tlicre.will he eold on.tlie premisca, on ' ' . _ ZMdluJayKe^fh^day^OctobeTnexr , At 12 o'olocki.M,of BaitlJiayj,by.ptablioyeiidue,alltliat 9®Mt i @i#f#irr|y» Situate in AHen township, Curhberlund county, lnte the property of Michael Long, deceased, bounded by landsof Jacob. Merkei; David Shopu, Jacob- Long, TAbraham Reaserrand-otlier8roontaiiiiiig ¦" ' '- 1101-2 ACRESj MORE OR I^E^ t The fiaid tract of land is First Rate • . LIMESTONE TLUJVD and has elected Uiereqn, aThree Story *^^iA Plastei^JDw^Ilin^N 'H^"--::;B^^; -':.v--A'Largii'Doiib/eyZag Earn, JVagonShed^Co'rn, Cribs, and other out » "''¦'. ''.'. - -buildings.' -, ~ -..- ¦ There18"a never foiling Snrlng.of lateral the dwelling house,and the Cedar Spring Run ig.theboundary line o» the Soiith side of said land... About. 85. acres, of the"wliplo traotis cleared.;; There is a Voting Orchard'oiv;the.premise's; This plnntntion lies n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

¦ ^i ¦'¦¦ ¦¦ '"' -' -A; Bri B 8 i a n t-$* r0SiM>ct--=€}o vclr'.":¦ ¦¦ . Vr^ii.oi,''itfii?iViBtfi V; "r:' • ':¦.' Scarcely a douj)t|cnn now,lie;entertained inany dispassionate fiind with regard to the issue: of the approaicjiing contest in Pennsylvania. TlipWelection of Gov.; Ritner, and by a triumphant majority, is.now con-. ieded=eviin:by,.many-vvho-adm.ittheinselyeS: friendly to' his bpponcuf. 'Tlie recent - expression -of public ^pinion in almost every .section of tlie State, caiinot be misunderr «tood."s The people—the. Gerinans—the great majority pf)! tl>e farmers, mechanics, and: ^vorki.ng-me>l, of the Commonwealth, are with the old (Wagoner in feeling and in principle, and \^ill rally inhisBupport with no common enthusiasm... Our intelligence -from ,&e.rinleri.or is o.f;the:mostTgratifying character; :Onr.friends were never in better spirits-T-wcre' never more earnest arid decided in their efforts... Pennsylvania, we feel satisfied, is iK...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

31BllMJ«ftMJ -I. I l»l—»—MB——|«p«pj ' ¦ Froln the Delaware Gazette. COURTSHIP/ON A FRAGMENT OF THE PULASKI. Many interesting as well as painful irici-«\iiht8 connected with that awful disaster, are related to-u^ by, those-who have seea land conversed with persons saved from that wreck. Amongst others the following is told of a Mr. Ridge, from New Orleans, and a Miss Onslow, from one of the Southern 'Styles, two of the unfortunatesj who were pfcl#l up on the fifth day ab'omVrfifty miles Jfrpnj land. It is stated of the genillemaS, .that he had been sitting oh the deck alone, for an half hour previous to the accident. A riother gentleman who waswalkitig hearhim at the tiiffe of the explosion was thrown overboard, and himself was precipitated: nearly WerVthe side of the boat aifd'stiintied. :He recovered immediately, as he supposed, when lie heard some - one xem^\i ,Jl-get-.-OUt:jAJte. - . boat ^ she^iif sinking;" .He was not'acquainted with a solitary .individual"'Pn the 'boat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

Procrcilin^s «i" the Conferee "'""'.'•Me'el)'j6s-.-".-;:-.-. " At a riiceling" of the. Aiiti-Yau Buren Cotiferecs frotnthe 13th Congressional district composed olr lTie''countics of Cumberlaird,-" FeiTyTluul -JifrilafaTlicTcl' 111 tlie"l>pjxtugkJu£JJloojn(if>l(l, on 'Kriiky^tlie'. 7th: September, r838,-the.follpwitig-gentlemenappeared as conferees, from the respective counties: ".'...—, - . '¦_ _ —Cmrifcr!and.—RohcYt Laird,;. Thomas-D.-U-rie.—^—. l,,.,..-^j_^—^...7 . '-„,' ¦ , _'. Pfrry.-^John Bocl.eii,- James London. - '""Juniata.—James Galbraitlr,Andrew Pattereb'u", ''"_'•""_'' ¦¦¦-¦¦' . • Oh rSotipiir; JOIIN^ RODEN, Esq., of Perry-'comity! was appointed .Chairman, .and¦'Thomas D. Uuik, of Cumberland, Secretary. '.._-...¦;•'..¦..-.. ....:.-lUle'Pp. 1.VyifiiJii(i.n!jb.«niP?ilJ!.1 ^^^ nominated' - ¦-- . ..... . . .•¦.-._ WS'SOBS? 'EgH:"lf~W^-PT-SfEi>i%j of,Carlisle, as a s.!ijj;ibje,cajidi(late to represeiilthe"l'Slh Cbrigressibnal-Dislj'ict in tlie next-C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

Tliex IJennoci'acv "A vimscd. OUTPOURING- OF--THE' PEOPLED "OLD HUNTINGDON IMMQT10N." "Kiinea* ami Spt^eie''hvv WatcJiworcl '" Wednesday last was a glorious day for "Old Huntingdon"—the democracy rallied in their might,,, to express their attachment to tlie 'Old" Fawner,1 and. to declare their hostility to-the Lodge",-its Grand High Priests Lords and Masters. "The day had been setapartfpr themeeting ofnhe County Convention, to nominate a ticket, and the"holding of a county meeting to express the sentiments of the Democracy of numbers, tipon tlie leading subjects now agitated iu our State. At two o'clock in the afternoon, the delegates assembled in the seceder church,—rorganized', arid proceeded to select a ticket to, be supported by the Democratic -Antimasoiis of Huntingdon county, at the coming election. Jeremiah iGrinniiiHharii,-and--John-Ji'Iorrison,--Jvereselccted as candidates Tor , the Legislature; Joseph Shannon for Sheriff; Colonel James Moore fo)- Commissioner, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

The Boundary Question and ¦the General Government. The Rieumond Wing conclmlea a aeiisiuie article upon tliis siibject,,with the foilovvliie-Iatigiincpi ." "But whateverbetliecauses whicU'ure dc|ay,ihgtlic final settleroent .of Uiequestibn—whether the timiitity of the IVepUIent, orhisliopes'iqfatlvhiiciiiB.liisTamily, it ia-clear aiiil inrlisHUtableUiafgrcatiiyiisticeHs done to^the" pebiile."of Mainej-aml ive are not surprised Hint likb good NjilHtiers,' they*r^'taJUhB. the remedy into their own hanils;," Tjiey are entitled, to the. Territory by the Treaty of'83, and if the Federal Gbvommeiit jvill not take steps to give it to tliem, they slipuld adopt 'tliem tiienjseltcs... We here jh'0i.e3oiithhave no conceivable interest in the eohtroversy, farther thanJ as .citizens of tlie same lTepubllo.". The. national Konor and the integrity' of the "oljl 13" are involved! these are objects dear to'our hearts, ahdrathertliansurrender either to the blusterbr;Oic frlokcry.of th.oBritish ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

From The. Pennsylvania Inquirer. . ¦.-;' ;. ¦«©.¥.'tfJapLZfl.-\\'' .flu Interesting ttntl Important ', -^'.':;'> .''7 X*ettcr, r:-^-'\: '•'.-'. ¦'- | THE OCTOBER ELECTION. We,irivite attention to the fpllotyirig in--teresting aijil-impprtairt lcthafrp. m: the pen of that sturdy .pajriotandI unwavering defnl berat;' John ¦' Andrew'' Sihtjl-'/jb. It is hi , reply-tP a oointnunication addressed by" a ! number of our'most respectable citizens, I and alludes, as will be perceived, to the po"litical striio-irlfi nhnntln InltR nlnceili Pctin rsylv.attJa.; "if^amiot but produce.a powerj,ful sensation, especially among the^qld ; democrats pA this Common wealthy who twice contributed.Wllie1 election pf its author totbe highest.honptuvphtlie KeyrStorie ,State,"arid-who know .that a citizetv.retiredfrom public life .and anxious only for the .w.eifare ^of Irie •country, could have no other motive than patriotism,—-no other Jbbject than the'" greatest good of the greatest numberi,1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

"'IJ^^^/te'Pertjisy/'w'oiMfl/njMirer;^;'." UNITJED; STA^E^ BANK—INTER-. : ';:j;--;:E6tiir«i.;F;ACTS.e •:'' .'.'';. ¦¦ * -The adriiinistration must be greatly annoyed Jy..the?'constant.manifestations of publicfconfidence in.the institution against ¦which it'haslieen waglngjo long and fruitlessTa"war..""The;.6rgaris~pf'thc^parly "have resorted, iii vain, to clamor, ca'lumny arid •agitation: the bank has pursued the even tenor pf its way, as Jktle .disturbed by. their attacks'"as the locomotive by the cur that "barks after it.:'.Like the: enemies of Jericho of'old, they have gone round about its walls blowing their'trumpets with a vehemence that ought to haye made it _*'fall :dowu flat"—but the contumelious B'ank, uiilike Jerictip, refuses to fall,' Sn'd':the: in credulous people refuse .to believe that it has fallen"or will fall; » , it wou-ld scarcely have been supposed that the widerspreadingjcredit of the bank had reached the fastness of our aboriginal forest, and-ithat its...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

The Prospccl in PcnilsylvaKBa —We yesterday conversed with many gentleriien from various parts of the State, who all report numerousjjhanges in favour of Ritner. Bets have been made that* Allegheny will balance Berksi and even that Beaver will do sp. Others that Allegheriy arid Beaver will balance Berks aiid Westmoreland. In 1835 the vote in these coun ties was as follows:""". " " "'•"-" -" Ritrier, Wolf & Muhlenberg. Allegheny 3847 ""'""3232 : Beaver 1669—5518 1420—4652 Berks 3Q16' - 6973 ',-"" Westmoreland 2192—5208 3409--9356 " 10,725' 13,998 ; 10,725 Wolf aiid Mu,hlenberg majorities in those four counties 3,273 "In the city and county of. Philadelphia Ritner received 10,832 votes, and ^ Wolf and Muhlenberg unite4(.receivpdV^05l®4, being a majority for the two latter of 1202 votes;now tlie friendspf-Porter-butrdown 2000 majority for Ritiyr iii the city and county in their own ealcrilations.Thus allowingachange of 3202 against themselves. ilmTPPunty Ka\^thty^arne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

-Good-News from Vermont. Tlie political intelligence from Vermont is highly encouraging. As far as heard from, the Whiffs' have elected thirteen—1 the Loco Eqcos seven Senators; the Whigs thirlifnihe and the Loco l^ocostweniy nine f members of the lower House. In the first Congressional District the Hon. Hiiarid -Hall-j-(-Whigt) is-elected^-Jii-theiseepnd [district the Hori. Win, Slade, (Whig,) -is i.re-elected by a majority, according to the i Vergennes Vermonter, of at least 3000-r—In the fourth district were three candidates ' in the field,, two of whom'were Whigs.'^- Lltris probable that; there is no election in : this, district From the districts ^tpresent rcprcsetrted by Messrs. Everett, (WhigO and Fletcher (i/b'co Foco,) no definite i"e-Utrns havebeeri received. In the.eounties heard from, tliere is a large_inajority fpr "Silas HTTenisoii;" ttieWliig ..gubernatorial' candidate.. ^ Since the above ,\Vas in type wp have received the Boston Atlas containing some further ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

TiH3*TicKE'r."--We place, at theliead of ;ourc.plumns. to-day, the -ticket formed in countyconvpntion by the friends of Joseph Ritner and opponents of Martin Van'Cuten: ^Ve place it at our mast head with pride and pleasure, arid co'rifidently:,predict'.thatit~<vill be successful, or at .least a portion o.fit, as our friends are zealous in the-cause, and our onpanents distracted and divided.a It is-one which the honestyeomantyofXlunibcrland will support with all their might, inasmuch, as it is the strongestlhat has iieenjirescuted to them for some years. In" our next, we shall speak. of thejnerits and qualifications of the different candidates at spine length, and "give our reasons why they should receive the votes of the.people in preference io ^ojxjojofoco opponents. . . | C7*Dttring bur absence at the Pittsmirg Convention, several lclteis_ and communications wereweceive'd, which shall receive due attention. The favpr of-our Shippensburg correspondent ,'Y.' isprbwd'ed ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

CbMMIJJfiCATIOJrS. To the.cditor of the Herald and Expositor: Sin—'A Van Buren Democrat' asl^stlie favour of you to permit him, through your columns, to express his disapprobation tp apart of tlie ticket formed by the democratic county delegation on Tuesday tlie 4th insj. I allude, nir, to the reiiomination of Col. James Woodburn for the legislature—a man who lias been a member a part of a sessioji and two full session* already, without possessing, a. single qualification for a legislator, except that he can say yea or nay as die y^se may be. Col. Woodbnrn is a most miserable scholnn he cannot connect three simple ¦seirtencestogeUier,icorrectly,:foE the .life.of hims.lie -cannot, spell niore than oneword out of five, .if he wa?*oie*hot for it, as his letters will fully prove;-and he iaamnn of little or no reading, as his conversation abundantly shows, his mind being a perfect 'barren waste.* He neither displayed judgment nor consistency iin his legislative career, having at on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

____ ';MAKRIEiyr~"2_ ". - On tlie S«th ult. by tbe Uev. vyilliam Armstrnng, Mr. Sobieski iilrady,Kieih\er OS the Merchants'and Mechanics'Bank of Wliceling, ((jbrmerly of this borough) to Miss Mary E. &-daughter of the Hon. A. caidwcii, of \vh'eeiingri:r""T;"z:;^:r:"".''"'r On^Thursday everting la'st.by the Rev. WilllamT. Sprole, Mr. John Turner, to Miss' Catharine Halbert, both of tllisip'lace. —"' ,' On^hc-SOth^ult.', byrtbe Rev.:John Ulrlch, Mr-Philip Zeiglcr, to Miss'.-Vary Ann Hcdrich, all of North Middleton township. On the the 4th inst., by the same, Mr. Jacob Komhoas, to Miss Susanna Jifcwsclewanger, 'Si\ of Allen township. - - . {' , -tin the same day^by thefiatftei^ir.~T)dvid Wiistler, of Hopewell township, to Miss Martha Gilbert, of South Mltldll'ton townililB, . -" 7 ' .This moniinc;, by.tbe same, Mr/ Henry :JVeu>man, tdlMiss JletteH.-Rorkin, botli of South.Middk-ton township. ¦':.'-.- ---..'- -~ Oii'tlie0th"lnstant,'by,thi>ReT.D;"P.Rosenmiller...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

~ ~~FTrpS1^C]ywk!-E-TMJVG: A meeting of thoScfwiio desire the 're-election 6f our present excellent Gnverner, .Jpsepli 'Eltncr,-in opposition"to-the-cnndidateoftlie,Sub-treasury~paTty; D. 11. Porter; of those who arc opposed to the ruinous policy and measures of Martin Van Biircn and his Cabinet, will be held at the Public House of Christian Zuck, in the borough of Shippcii8burg,oiiSatiirdnv the 15th inst., at 2 o'clock, P.M. ; , It is expected that several addresses will be delivered on the pccnsipn by able speakers,._ - My order of the Committee of Vigilance. . Shippensbiirg^Sep tr 4th, 1838. FOK«HKT. Fer Rent, the house now occupied by the subscriber, in West High Street, Carlisle. T»«g»es<jon can be had sometime in the month of October. , For terms apply to . ' 7. ._ . MRS. U M. BAIRD^- 3ej|lamber li.lS^S. .... .. _-._-. -.*:¦:. ¦¦'>"i!ircwi©ife->-¦-:¦.--ABSCONDED, vcstci-day, from tlie late residence of the Rev. Jesliua Williams, D. D. dcceascd.in -West...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

HERALDS EXPOSITOR. '' BY GEORGE M.PH1UJPSM, k., * ' ¦ ' ' w ' • " ' ' ' ——^—^»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

__. —Ann* p' an~Euren-^Picket^.—^--.^l. ¦ :i^:.:;,._ -.EQR,Qav-EBU-QB,i-__s —_ ^,JffiSEPH,iiT«B; ''-' _'-_¦¦'' ^ Congress. :#REDERI^-^WA.T^, JES.Ct. „ Assembly. } ' .. . ' GEORGE kupuaikv'-"..''-• '•• J " '^BENJAStUV REYNOliI)"S."r ^ •'. Commissioner. -. , JACOSIE??^ ¦ ¦¦'-.' .Director o'f the Poor. " _, . y JAMES -WJE-iKtEY. -;; • ' '. Auditor. - -r--=r--, ; AT>AM:"REIGEI:r"-r~""".

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

CARLISLE. Tuesday AFTEriwooN, September 11,1838. /¦Tire^ePple^s~.CaniMatesj —- U- —FOR^RESIDEN-Tv' ^rsn'a isis.-- sia^^^Q^^1 !*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

- DIED, -' Of Dysentery, in Newville, on the 31st ult., rit the Tcsldcnce ofhis parents, Elijah Wesley, son of Thomas II.and Catharine Criswellj^aged one year, three' months and "seventeen days. —7—¦¦-• " Will tlie Lcwistown andlHuntlngdon papers .please "copy the above? ,, . [CoMHCKICiTCD^ '' , . J. Die3,*in this'borough,<pn*Wcdnesday the 5th inst, Mabgabbt AticE, daughter of John H, andXacy D.'Weaver, aged.about 15 months. This interesting babe was'tlie second apd only remaining child of her bereaved pnreitts, he* little sis-' ter having'taken her. departure frem tlie wprld but a few weeks befere'her. That tliey are both.now at rest in thcBosom of.Jesus, eiijo}ing tlie felicity of eternal life, the' presence of tlieir Heavenly Father, nnd ther-commmiion of angels, must be to their earthly, '.parents and friends a sweet consolation, and the only • one which can heal tlie bitter pangs of parting from tliem to know aud see them no more in this world for-, ever. They've y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

BY. an order-of-the Orphans'. Court of-Cumlerland county tliefre will be sold at' M'Clellaud's Tavern, in Newton township, on the Walnut Bottom, at 12, o'clock, on Friday tlie 12th October next, - ¦A .Tract of.ff"a«cfikica;Wood Litnd, ; . ...,.7 SUtia'te in Newton arid partly iri Southampton town-, sbips, bounded by lands-nfTVtoore and Biddle,-Jacob Palm, John Kitzmiller, Jacob Creamer, arid Jacob Keller, containing 149 ar-res-, niire or leas. 'Thisland is covered with the finest Timber,and has a stream pf water passing through it sufficient for a Saw Mill or Fulling Mill. ' ¦ < Terms pf side, one half the purchase money payable on the confirmation of the sale by the Court, and the residue in oneyeair, with interest. :' .7 ~ . . SAMUEL RHODES, Administrator of Jacob Rhodes, deceased, Septeraber.lljlSSS. ; ORM'm .iW COVRTSJULE XN pursuance of a decree of (he OrpUaijs' Court, I . will expose to public sale, on Uie premises, lat» of Wm Holmes, deceased,' On Saturday the *prt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 11 September 1838

' -' "."""'"'ioiriK's.:..l_'.v.i::.. -Faji!ai038s--€^iBri^'-i^B ,-JJ|c^|i3CSi-. ': tisane In hi Miia'jJ.-oilncK. Pap* ." MUCH need not bo said" in relation to this wonderful remeilys as Uie wroprielor • feels conlideiil tnal ¦ when applied, itVillfa's can be prov-ei. by the number of reBpuotaW pers-ins'," eftbet--iin-entire cure ol-the .Rheumatic, and 'other pains. It. bad not until lately been bis intention to make it public ; but by. ,tlu reorient applications of his neighbors, and the.wonderlul cures it has -cftce-ted, be lWIs- it a duty lie owes to 'sjcluty as well as to himself to intiko.il more-gonerallv known, and'at tlie sivre'tiroe have it put n near as lie can witliin the reach of nil who niny be afflicted with .thn't painful.disease. 7 . - ,' •^Hundreds-^of-iuimeaiofiuldibe^piibliihcd cf persona who have been cured by-this cidcbnited'medwiiie, ' tint thtf following rirp selected from the mass, as bo-. •i'ug"niiiHly sufficient to attest its. powers, -v. . ¦ ..lolin S...

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