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

,Vainah»c'-I/<»tB<>ivSj«!e. tina'TaLL ua sold nt-pubiic siile,.oii •Stuitrilayriheiili WV' 'day-of September next, n inluabln lot ol p-roundi'sitimtc in Frankl'ird township, about 2 miles f'rbm. Altcr's mill, and'tlireejiii.!irU;rs W, . mi le..?™" Sipe's tavern, (formerly B|ouc!i's) adjoining lands ot dohnlliirkholderfUnviil .<ilbner!shoirs,aiid W. Alter. Tip! whole contains 0 Acres of-1 .and, rAore or. less, linvmg'llie'rcpn erected a-two stbl-yAVeatherbparded HoKsi-.-viih a Hone Kitchen, one and'a half stones high, a large. slioji,-.and -a.UIacksr.iith Shop,., nd a good biike ovciijjvitli- a frame around it, aiici'iT *>*>!—liiK-Wisfl-of-water-.nraiUhtdaoiCiAJtreaih" 6. Iievsr fiu1u"igrwat#"nms"tliw'up;lrtlrcryirbp'crty. --There -are also a great varietj^of. choice fruit trees, such as peach, cherry, apple, plumb, pear, &c. '" Also-a pood -Barn.. One.arid a.hnlf acres of 'tlie above described land, is timbered, ami the resiihi'sji...

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

TUK. ' " _ "' f'ONRTlTLITION ';':'" ' OF THE 7 .' . ' v..y.'^!\ • '. C0MMQNWEAI/11I OF PENNSYLVANIA, AS AJimBM BV.TllE tPHVEhTIOH'jir OSE TUOtOAKP EIBltf-lttlNDllED AND.TJIIItTY-SEVEB- ". .. '. Tiuai'VrEre'HT. .7 . " . .-..-WK, The People' ofthc CommBmv^altliofrPerinsylvanla, ordii.iri and establish.this Constitution for its .fjtirunim'qnt.', ' .'¦'"' . - - AP.T1CLE I. , ¦; ;..,-Section I. The legislative piro'er of Oris Comriijin-¦wr-.ilth sh ill be vo"sti>d in a tieriera! Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate and House of.Representatives." - l?i '- .¦.;..'.-. '•• Section II. Tire i.-pies'-ltaUvcs sb;ill be chosen nririiiflly bj- lli'e'rilizeiis-'flf the cr.y of Philadelphia antl.uf each county respectively on the second Tuesday'of October..,'.-. . . ;, ..... . :";' Section lit.''No.'person shall'be.a repvescntativo vv!in-sb;i l.l-riotha ve .at W years, and have been, a citizen and iniiaUitant of the ?tatc lliiee years npxt'procediiif; his election, and the Inst ...

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

l ^PlBIwi^ HomseophtlticPiwsictorif SURGEON Si ACCO0CHJESUR; Office in-High Street, a few doors east of '.['.:'.• ; the Jail, Carlisle, Pa. ¦'¦'-•'. fjPENTiEUS his prpfessibriul services to the eltizehs X: of this place aud tho public generally,' and' more especially^ tliose-who are Suffering from GHKONIC DISEASES, and respectfully informs tliem, tliat he professes to cure all kinds bf ;! ¦' !'.'.'' ; ¦¦'¦ •''''" . A€-0TEA; Al\ttvC'H'RoWIC '.;.;-, 7-..:; -diseases,':.--.';-,.;....';i';' ^lilbh ^ are-in^their-hature-. liidblo, in a perfect easy--and mild m_iiner., .'The medicine is administered internally, is pleasan'ftb tlie taste and easily taken ' Hischarges iritlbeimoilerate. 77 lie will visit patients; when'called uppSTattheir respective places of residence, in tills place or its vicinity. Perseus at a distance, Inhering under Chronic Diseases, may obtain mecicnl advice arid medicine, for one nibntii, by.addrcsslrig him a letter (post paid) describing their, disease, and enclo...

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

;::;^OC^>^QCQ,';j||A^p^ u'-eeejved, ten gro'ss of Fv™^ ^ta^ea.warrniite&^e nuine, for snle by dbzenjipijies Wliigrosspabkages, very low-. Dealersai'efcqiiestedto call. \ 7 J. J. MYERS. .Augustas. ¦ . . "'• •-.'••'• ¦'.-:'-.''.¦

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

: .'-.-HBNIti: J. KJEtiliTf, .respectfully ne priests^ the.-'tn,ciuher%o{ tiie,Fprge(fInfa.ntry..tb epjnp forward, or seiid flicTmnivtre'df-TJieir hcauk£-nV sobii a'apbsBlhleVto^m'able'liimtb'htrvetheir Gaps prepared •ashort timebefore the JEncnmpment. .""".:"':', Carlisle, August 28,JSSB.-^-fti,'. »: •' '¦ I

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

'¦^:^KvW^0v^r m^^^ i!''':v-•r-Kjeatibtts-.T^Hn^'.^ro^bHy-.tro. tdd«t-a s'elfBor ia. Wo time, tiibprb_r.6sqf: tho'decay: mrty bb cn'tiPply aircstcd. r. . ..- -^lH;)ml\VP^entaf'Surgeoii i '':' » rN. W. Corner of Charles k Fayette sts1 : UhUimbre. gyMay.98...;;.:_' ...;-:.-", :.:-:.iLJ^':.--:M>j.'.' : .

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

;;i|t^^t%Ei| j^ largo' suppiyVVip'^WP for cemniqn^Sdliools.v ^Alsd, School BobksSndStatip^iu^^ ;.'...; -.-AUguatStS;"-" '.^l.iJ _'_,'' J.J.MYERS.

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

«':. • -','' %TP|pHBq^;^^n^ ^.iJab, Pea:Green, ^mpriiPu^lS ,'and alidbsirar ble coYqura pf Gouiei;:jtaritua and Satiirt'ttihbpn for sale by.''.'; ¦' - ';'i-;,' ''' A08NOLD ot CO;';'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

1 THETBRIDE. • Cih!!take lier—she is ~ vdijlly thine—7 "."The vows which.you Imve spoken, To love and cherish her through life—OW may fliey ne'er be broken J Remember, she forsakes for thee, ¦ Kindred, and friends, and home— ' The scenes of childhoo'd'-s aportiveriess, O'er the wide world to roam! '¦ t)H!take her—she is all thine omf-W To thee her heart isVplight^/f.' —c—Nor deems the time can ever he, Wlien joy wil^takc its flight j: ".'"'• ~ Butif succeeding yeara:sliould prove j-•' That she has-judged amiss! How can she look or think on thee, Whp thushath marr'd herbliss?,' But still I hope 'twill never bei u ' -That she'll have cause to weep, Until death's arm shall lay thee low, ': ; Inihe'still grave io sleep) '¦¦• And thafyou ne'er will'blast the hopes, Baia'd tober fond yonng heart!' Outgam-cl her like a tender flower, . . Till ebbing life depart!"'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

^Wgfg$ i^ria^iua.hie Partv.'' "¦ ^SVieepiy fabeFimiict'in circulation and not conlro-¦ Mrlible inn; SPECIE at the place wW iitued, will, Mfyi$)'.ihote of- the-' NaHonalf{&vp?metiiJ*~r-Gov Ritaer>Brpelamatiori. '-",:,.. t (¦:¦,.-¦•.-* It fs'Wjnst hrah'd'upon {he hypocricy.of the present Juhwnistratioqrofi the, Federal Government, that it jatafldsdnaiiBWerubly charged with: the 'indictraenjt"£f iGov,ilnwEB. The only "Bag:Mill!?. now .-making, ¦ "paper rags" is that of the Federal Government.— Theonly SbinPlasters now ia .circulation arVjthbse of the Federal Government.... The only irredeemable currenpyinow afloat is thfitof the; $20,000,000 asked for/,by.:tive -Preliden^ ipassed by an Administration ;Cbhgrfs>, andnow,use(l-by.the. Office.Holders of the federalGoveivnmeHt>T(nis the Administration which has-nlralong-denounoctlthe creditbf'the Banks, and - ,A»h6wor»tbr^/i ' ro^^ out of the: interstice* of. (he -fang silkui nurse,sV and "awim-up the MU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

^THE^ElrrEPT^ IIURRJLH FOR FR^UTKrOESiP! '" A meeting of the friends 6f~ Joseph RitA ner was held at the house of JohiiHettrick, in Frankford township, on ' Saturddy- afternoon.the 8th inst. The -meeting was composed of the yeomanry of the country, principally aged Germans, whose enthusiasm gave strong assurance thadthey are determined to show those who have1 insulfed them by stigmatizing their Governor as a " daimned old Dutch hog," that they willnot desert the"'old wagoner. Several -addresses were delivered, and responded, to by the-cheers of the multitude. • -' - „ The meeting was. organized- bv the-ap PointmenLof„Mr._JOHN MYERS, Presj dent, ' ¦ ¦ . ' ,'..' ' - A' Samuel Kii'tlewell, JoiinIJiiown, '; s,„vas .'-¦Abrahasi Boavmajt, 7 ~~ TIeNRY'SnVDER>""' . ¦ ¦ ¦ John Musser, ' . - ' David Boughwalter, -. -'-i-^—^^JL. Andrew Oiler, ~ ¦* - -----—'--^— JoUN BuRGHHOLDER, ; •; Vice Presidents;' '.- George Milter, - ¦-— • •'- Georgey.innT- : -.- ¦ -.- • :.: "'.' ¦"' ' Is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

JDeferred J&rlicies. THE VAN BtJRENS. Martin is taking ' . ' '-' - - '— ^"HisfliKht : . _. TowardsTtho Sulphur White, - - r Leaving dull care behind him." . "J He Avas/.at Norfolk "on the. 5J5th,~ Avhere the: Corporatipn .gaAr£.him a dinner:— thence he intended to pursue his journey to the Springs \'ia Richmond,. to recruit after his unavailing struggle to pass.the Sub-Treaisury Bill. .; . . Jghn, his son, was - present at the-Cbro nation of Victoria.^ ^BeniTetrlhe-^Hruth -tellerlLojL:the-JSeAirl3£oik Herald, thus describes his*reception by the Queen.-^—What a thing it is to.be a son of the President, eh, and'a Democrat atthat? ..... ¦ --•-"iMy'friend-youngr-John'-Van-Buren-is 'behaving very-well here. He puts' up at Long's fashionable ' Hotel in Bond Street, and quizzes the English dandies most unjhercifully.. ^..understand als<J-that the Queen is much,'better. pleased .."with" our -Prince than with the white haired sprig of royalty from France—I. mean the Du...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

f SUI&E.SfG** All circumstances no\v conspire to show that" Mr. Ritner will be re-elected by a handsome majority in October. We feel confident in that result. Blit'we hoav see that our opponents-lite ftotless convinced; they give up the contest, we presume, excepting for form's .sake. -We' hope' they are notabout to rally on another candidate, so as by- any-chance-to-make^us-elect pur man again by a plurality. We Svaht a majority, say about 20,000./ The indication of despair which'wer: find, and which Aye believe unerring,"in this particular, is to be found in-the fact that.some of the lead*' Tng~Vifn""Buren~ papers of the state have come out with strength for the new constitution. ' While there Avas xi^hope that they could defeat Mr. Ritner, they-kept'pretty quiet on •the_question_of_the noustitution, for obvious .reas.ans-—they 'diff^npt^wishT after" toilingrr^nd—spenolSgTitl»eiTrthire '" and money to.secure the election of a Governor^ to find that.ih„placing; him ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

From the Daily Pittsburgh Gazette. Young iffleii's Rl TSjEltCOJWE^ TIOJS. Pittsbcrgh, Monday, 12 M. XJonvention met at the 2d Associate Reformed Churchi on Fourth street, and-was temporarily organized by appointing Gen, T. S. CUNNlNGHAMrof Mercer, President, and Col. J* D. Mathoit( of West-Tn^ro!and,.aud MrrErGuYER,i of Dauphin,-Secretaries;" -'- - .--'-—- . The folloAving committee, consisting of one delegate- fro'm each city and county represented, was appointed to report permanent officers: : Adams,, Michael CrGlarksonr' —:-'-•- .AlleghenyrGen. Wm. Marks, . Armstrong, Joseph Buffington, , Beaver, W. D. Bbis, : Berks, Levi B? Smith, ' Bedford, A. King, .._. -::;Bradfard,L~_Co.welJ, _1 _'„_ Butler, C.Q.; Sullivan, Cambria, Evan Roberts, -' Centre, Maj. G-Armstrong, Chester; Jesse James, ' r Clearfield, Benjamin Hartshorn, Crawford, Joseph Q. llays, ^'1_l_._L_ _ Cumberland, Thomas Himes, " Dauphin,-Martiti Lutz, ™Daaware,.Y..S. Walter, :J - --•• , « Erie, AndreAv. Scott, ;.-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

—_.—il—' Jt^RWMj^.^2L^. The " Carlisle Herald & Expositor,'? will be issued every TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at Two Doj> tMi3,j)er-SLnimm,payable in advance. , AufERTISBMENTS insertedatthe usual rates ¦ Letters addressed to the editor.on business, MUST BE-pbSTPAID, otherwise they will receive no attention; . "' T . :¦ _; AGENTS. TKe following named persons have been"appointed Agents for "the" "Carlisle Herald & Expositor," to . -whom payment for subscription and advertisement •an be made. , ~ D.Shislly, Esq. Shiremanstown,.Cumb. Co. 'Scott Coyle, Esq. Newville do .1'. Koobtz, Esq. Newburgh do ^j_ liTjBQSiJ^JHiMESj jjsq. shippensburg do - ... . Jomf WuHDEttMCH, Esq. ..' do. ~d(T , J. MATEEft.Esq. Hoguestown - do '"" 'R.\Vivsos, Esq. MeX1ianicsbui'g7~ do r^= ^.MlLijAM-Rnss.TrA, .F.sq Jlopewell do^——^—!-; - II. Stuboeon, Esq. Chur'chtown do - 'Dr."Aba AVhite? New Cumberland do : -—-'-Thos; Bi/AOK, Esq. Bloonifiejd, Eerry_county. • ' A.BlAcK.Eso. Landisburg . do • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

^-POE^R^;;: '¦-- ~ - lit i . . , — ". — "With sweetest flowers cnrjcU'd, ~ _. vFrtratt various-gardens cull'd witli" care:'* "."¦ For the Herald & Exfiositpr. ¦ •¦- T-The sky was elear,- and opening' morn, "Was welcomed with'resounding horn;' ~Whbse^weirknowirtones together drew:>- - ~^—The farmer's cheerful little,.crew. -, Two thoughtless wights, a giddy pair, ' .-' Renouncing indolence and care,." ¦ v f ¦ • Arose before the dawii of daj% . . And to the countrv trode their way.. " .. ¦¦ . . - -.-.- " . -^* Six miles were gained, (such miles as those . Are leagues to him who loves repose,) When these pedestrians, lame and sore, Walked up before the farmer's door. "Good morning,;Mrs. —^'hpw d' ye do?" "Quite well 1 thank ye, how are you?" * •"Walk in—sit down—tell Susan, John" 1'To haste and set the breakfast'on." Accosted'urns, she thus replied: They ate, then to thc'harvest'hied, ¦ .-. And soon, wide spreadingo^er ^ thegrouml, Thick-gath'ring sheaves were sh-e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

to ' kAil A ^<;.iiMM JrOR^-niB ":->y.;.¦: \Mmvsxwfw* J-;. >-.-•¦•. "^•Agreeably; notice, a meeting ot-the friends of; Jhsep1i;Eitrierwas;held,inShtrqmanstbAv^.pb'SaVurdayvth' efl^ ue.r'i -The .meeting .was • .^organized 'by- the appbiotin6iJt;. ,orxl3VI.LMEl?Kfi^ Presjd^nt,'.'': rx;\'>.•.;?• .-IF" ¦' v-%:?:j^X& • ''";''¦'¦'¦:'-;'' !>Iiottoi,A^ltJn-bH,1;^v1 ;N^;l/-;V ;-'i::: ;'-.-. •' v:-,-Daniel-SH.iREMAsr,/::',''.-.:;-,'"' .i '^'!L''"/';/;^wis''!?5KMiiNbj'"Esq^ ¦ ¦'¦',< :.?'¦* ']iT;;'!,)..-. ^PA^EvSiiEiiiiv,':^en;f*:c!"C;^.-;: • ^ ¦,..,,¦^-..1.. r :¦: Jacob 'Rupp^Esa,.™;';/;:^;': a ;:.'.'-; ., ¦'-¦'BeKjamin'-Hopjsi^s,;,'' •;'•¦ <¦' ¦?;<¦ I • '¦ -y '-'^Appp.^N»is,,,/,;-, '..; : ~:;^: C: ¦ ¦' v.'.''..;¦'¦'- ¦?:'.'¦-: ¦..-•'•' Vice Presidents, ' ;.;''Tl)jWfef; &V^m#'^i-'v:'''r.'''V:''."','.,'.''¦ Jacob Piphef, '« "''• . ¦¦"'"¦¦•¦•'•:'.¦ . . . ¦ ¦'* . ..,'..-. *-r ' \ Jacob Shelfy, ' —^ohn-Sr-Mller, ——-——--...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

Myja \-'jp#»»«irp-:;-®cf#.|8»*fWf/ '.,.-';":¦ •^WejltftfliteHtBbJy into^medi genuemairowun-1 doubted-vh«\citv,:.Uiiit.hQ merhe>' >!d.OOT,o^tbeMt<\ m~, liig'Vnrter ^neV,' in'WillliimBJiOrt, LycOmli/g obUnty,: the othfer diTf^thusiileilai'e; tlle'tirlviite opinion «Sl'-the • toco Fboo pnrtv,injegaim.toUie^Joraljliohesty.Mnd:', ohai»ivter-of Uavie R,;Po^tB'V*W W/eUowppliti-i eiiuis,'"-WegtVehis o*n language,' He:saia,":«• Had the' demooi'atie iiaHy-knbwn; that DUVid!It.;JPbrterTa .morfclJElmrfl(itcj!!\«as^oh"aji-^hairUisy;,knQiyn;tl(nt He. was™-ilislionest-^uKwrwt.,Tvp«ld;f)»wr^lravif:taken^ Tiimiip^aB'tfwrfdlclajte'lS^Gdwrndi'VWtaslieredbiji;-.' - ed'a'lalpiio'minafibiibyburpart^.ive'slfaltJmVoio^do I .tlicslieittbai'Cife'can '^iftihim.f'j >1ihfs;is.cei;inin(y.a.p . .h^nestcpnfeslpni ^ndlw,aib,^feye.vthft^e,wnUJw»o! spoke the' train;' -'", ¦*¦ "-'¦' * *v-.-—;.- ,:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

J From the New Orleans Picayune?-*" ,k- •r.r..'.VIfcffco«l^^.iti:';yc*«»,;...!.. . Wb were actually astonished, and at the same time gratified, at. seeing in the Nat-• chez Free Trader, a statement of the progress of religion irt Texas. The Methodists alone have in^ that cpuntry twenty societies and three hundred and twenty preachers,: including six elders and three exhorters, One of their Missionaries, (the.Rey. Rf Alexander,) has travelled this year, in the course of his circuit, twbnty-two hun-.dred .miles on horseback, through swamp andprairie, swimming rivers, and sleeping ^put, exposed td everyipriyatioh andinclemfency?- ~~~~r ~'~ '¦ ------ : - The Free Trader, after giving the above .mentioned particulars, bestows upon the Methodist_clergy some neat and richly merited encomiums, which" Ave.copy; below. :|— The-itinerant of-tl\o-MetlmiisjLchurch--. Jhe.Jeal.unsophisticii'ted'followerB bf Wcs-•ley and Whitfield—are the most extraordinary-body of men that ever .lived. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

- ¦¦ •i.' .'_. i—:— - • -'-.-tfitico-Faeo ClaBMor... .. . -... The Huntingdon ..'and other,,papers, and the Locol-Foco_bar-r,0£m politicians, are—raising- a Av-otiderfui clamor because, they„.siiy,-;that the .present;-Administration does.not employ men hills'service who are opposing- a'nd = attempting to byerthrow.it-! Let.us examine "into tiie.fagts, and then into their propriety, - .'" . It is-said that .those who receive "con-i traci^-, ^ow' -areigen^rally-' R'Uner''-na^~~ This, Ave believe.Ho a cpnsiderable extent, is true,,-.although byjio means to the exclusion of honest and capable Porter men, many of whom have- received con tracts at the late lettings. 1 he reason is obyipus: The Porter men arc generally ExtrAVAoant bidders. Having been accustomed, during. Wolf's administration, to make large fortunes out of the public vyorks, they cannot now bring down Ihcir bids to an honest price, and, are, consequently, underbid by Ritner" men, who ^ were never allowed to" be con...

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