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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

«OV.lCITI\ER'S A»»RI!S*i Op presenting the Sword to Gen. Brady. General :^-iIt aflbrds me. true pleasure to present-to you this mark .of the approbation"of.your native.State. " " The services thus intendpd to be 'coih^ memdrated are those rendered to the country during the last-war with'Great Britain, further action. Throughou^the whole of' -thaHvar^ndespeckdly-m-tlrosesangirimrrjrT but glorious battles which ^protected the-Niagara frontier; during the campaign of 1 , 814; and kept its horrors on the enemy'sti territory, you bore yourself as became an " American soldier, and true son of Pennsyl- j yania." The bloody field of Niagara, from which.you were carried wounded, bore ample testimony that you andyour; gallant comrades nobly, sustained the reputation of; ybur.Jiative Statti. Throughout the whole ! wajyour. bearirig" was that of, a brave and • honorablesoldier, and now, Geiiewl,atthe" end of tweiityrfour years, on this anniversary of the.brilliantso/tie from fortiErie, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

caii aiieniion 10 leuer 01 ivxicnaei Further Evidence. . yve. xne ^Waliace^Esq^^ni-pld-memberj'bt-the-Sen' site; a"careful perusal will saiisfy,.any body thatPbrter has not paid all,hiS" just debts.' Mr. Wallace was one,of the creditors mentioned -in the order of the Court; and is still unpaid; and his charge against him is direct.--LTJie--Messrs^_SfQhebrakergiJioT knows, and has long known. Mr. Benedict:—Oh looking oyer the Advocate and Sentinel of the 28th ult., my attention ^vas: arrested byL the following statement in it: - , *> Now the truth4 isrGenr Porter never hadatiy trustees, the gentlemen appointed never gave bond, or took upon, themselvesVthe trust; but having full confidence in his iiitegrityi they and his creditorsleft.it with him to make settle ment and manage all the business himself." ¦ Having been One'of th' e persons appointed trustee for David R: Porter,"! feel myself called upon to state ¦ to the public the reasons why I did not act as his. truste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

•MOieE^ PIB-flBiVroS.- . We the undersigned citizens of Huntingdon.eounty, having s<2etror\heard of publications hi a news-paper called the "Advocate & Sentinel," published in Huntingdon, whereby it- is, attempted to impress on the public mind the opinion, that John Stoned brakbr, of Frapklin-township,'in this county, is .dishoncBt, and his declarations on p'ath^are. uriwdrlhy of belief,, feel called Upottas his-iieighborsand-fello w citizens to disabuse the public mind, to contradict those imputations, and'declare tothe world our-knowledge-of; the* man. : We have known, him-for a number of years, manyof us'.for the greater part of a life time, ¦ and do solemnly assert and believe, that his character has been' heretofore, and is yet, ¦ -without a stains—- - -.-'—~— ---........ — "Fb'rTmaiiy. years .he has been a member of the;-Methodist Epi.seopal Chureli;' and all who knowhitri .cannot-but-be grieved, that the virulence, of party excitement shourd have produc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

HERALD % EXPOSITOR -'•' . ••-'..'.. By- "GEORGE M. PHILLIPS; :. ¦'-.-' '¦;•-- CARLISLE. - ^ t ' ; " '. ' Tuesday Afteknoo'Nj"SeMembbr25, 1838. '"'. ¦- .-"::;- Tlie Peoples Candidates, " FOR PRESIDENT,-¦ \>S*Bfe-liis.'''fflliilBiBtt£J©Sr!»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

' .O.itt Prospects. "'• Never were the prdspects of any political party, ill Pennsylvania so eheeriiigas ore those ofthe friends of JOSEPH lllTNEIt. From every' sectionofthdeom., monWeaiHi—from tlie north, the south, the ,east, aijd -the>.est-^lLUie4nteiygfcncc^^ agreeable.- We hear daily of individuals'—ofiieighborhoods—of townships—and even of whole counties, where changes in favor of the Old Farmer lrave been brought about. NEvery day we see the»names of. hundreds of persons wlio publicly declare, that they have heretofore oppo' scdSose\iU ltitner; but that, being impressed with-a knowledge of his superiority, both in a moral and politicalpoiiitof view, over his opponent, Uicy will now give him their* hearty support. AH the changes we hear, of are in one direction—4nfavor o/JOSEPH RITNER. . In every quarter, xU Ve^iU'u-ely!CO»/cfe^o>SGeeESSyaft*«mhingnowbut tlie neglect of our friends to do their duty can pre-. v$nt'a GLORIOUS VICTORY. Let activity, then, latt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

['[¦' / Jfflore Jtlqb JLatv.-:¦;- llie Harrisburg Chronicle gives Bn account ot some gross outrages committed by the loco foco'Porterites upon theq>acket beats iii which there were'dolegatcs to tlie late Ritner-cflnventipna* P^ttsb uf gh,' AtDuncan's Island jdhe' of tlie boats was'assailed.. witl) suph anrJmmense-sh6wtTofstpnes,-tlia{very seripusTihjiiiy, wpuld have been-inflicted npeu many of the passengers, had thoy-nottookshclterinthecahins. lA transparency likeness of Washington, attached to one end of the boat, was torn to pieces with the stones thrown by.thc.infuriated inbb. "At Bluirsvillc, ..the boat in which the editor of the. Chronicle had taken passage homeward,, was assailed by a mob of upwards of one hundred blackguards, who, for a-while, threatened death and destruction to-all on board. They made foul andiilthy spccjjhesaboufthc delegates: on "board oftlie boat, and coiled Gov. Ritner the 'Nigger's Candidaie?\\ic. 'Black Dutch Hog,' and' Old Dutch Joe lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

Backing Out. The Erie Gazette of the 1.1th inst contains a letter Irom Charles' W.,KeIso, Esq. formerly of this place, w.ell known as a.ldghly intelligent young lawypr; and hitherto a leading Van Buren man, in which he gives his reasons for auiinddriing tho party and supporting Gov.-Ritnei--'ft re-election.—In^thc ^same-poper^Mr. EliasBrecht, whohasldngbcenaw'nrmBnd zealous advocate of Gen. Jackson and George Wolf, has also published his renunciation, and comes out strongly in favor of the Farmer Governor. We most sincerely believe, tliat if the election did not take place for six or seven weeks, Ritner's majority over Porter would amount to thirty thousand, so numerous are the cluing^. es.whicli are daily taking place in his'Kivoriu every section of the state. ¦'¦<¦¦¦¦ *¦ Sa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

"-'" MARRIED, ''\ ssi ,-,On-Thuraday-lafitrbjrthe-Rev.-MfrThorntonrMr; John E, JVorru, of Frederick, Md., to Miss Eliza T. daughter ot John Phillips, Esq., of this place. The bride will ocoept" our thanks for the fine Alice of wedding cake with which we were favored. While eating it, we took a glass of^darn's,ale, and drank to the health of the happy-couple, wishing .that.peace, happiness and prosperity mightalways'attehd'them. At Stoystbwnv" Somerset county, on Tuesday the 18th inst by tho Rev. Mr/Cook, Mr. Henry little, Merchant,r-to ^Miss Catharine,~danghtcr ef Jphn CJendeiiln,Esq.,_of Hoguestown, Uiis county." - With the above notice, we received a goodly slice of pound cake, from which we infer that the happy couple ore of thatclass of folks, who think it a duty to remember the printer in timespf hilarity ami festivity. They have our best wishes for their prosperity thro' life. . ^ "On rose8.may_thcirfootstepsmove——j. Their tears be always tears oflove— 'L; " : Their sm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

WANTED, a situation as Clerk in a Dry' Gopd Store, by a young man who has for the last six years, been employed in ah Importing-House in the Hardware business. The best of reference can1 be given. - Address, (through Post Office,) X. Y. X. N. B.-.-Beingngoodjrcnsnian-lie would offerliis services to any-that would employ liim asClerk. Carlisle, Sept. 2-1,1838.* .. .:¦'¦> . OFFicioF; Me1E\rTne ~~" iJTStTRANCE €XfMPASY.l ' ¦ - Nourei.Kj Ifitli Sept. 1838. \ ¦ OnMO.YD.1V, Uie 15th October, Will be offered for sale, at Public Auction, at the _lteading Room, in this place, at 12 o'clock, 176 Shares of Stock of Fanners' Bank of .Virginia, 1S1 Shares of Stock of the\ Carlisle Bankof Pennsylvania, and ',.74 Shares of Stock of the_ Dismal ¦ Swamp Canal Company? ••: JAMES YOUNG, Pres't. Norfolk, Va. September 211838,3w. family to poverty. . , , That it may be known to all, what kind of "a chip" Wiliam. the candidate for Congress, is, and what kind of " a chip" he cama from, although...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

Notice to Tcnthcrs. The-Board of School Directors of NewvilleSchooL" District"would hereby make known tliat 4wo Male and one.Femfile Teacher, well qualified, of regular habits.nnd good moral, character are wanted to talco charge of tlie sclionls in- said Borough. Proposals directed lo James Kennedy, Esn., President, or Win. T. "Rarr,. Seci-etarv, (post paid) will receive imme-/ diete attention. :-.The Teceivijig-pf proppsalsivvilLbB r.Idsed on the 2d Monday of October, at wliich tira» tlie schools.are:expected to commence. . By order of- the Board.. JAMES KENNEDY, President, ^'William T. Bar'r, Secretary,-. CARRIAGES, GIGS A3VU"HAR' ¦ ' 'NESS. .' .or The suhscribors Trustees for tlid Creditors of WM. B. MJLLIGAN, hereby give notice that 0iexJiavp_ employedhSiidii to fniisli'" completely all the work fn the shop of William B.- Millignn, cousistingof Four Wheel Carriages of ~diliVrentxlescriptiofis, Gigs and Harness of the best quality and made in the neatest maimer.- Also Wagons an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

1.—' ^J^BJLlMW^lT^EJiL^.^., ' BSci.on'-yoaai- Ci't8tSi-<l!! - "\Ve. have "recei.veif- intimations that the ;Porter Loco Focos have an intention of -iiianufucturing fokoed cEnTiFicATBS.5 pur-\pptting to be from those "who haye'hereto-; —fore'exposed.the Perjury and illegal acts of David R, Porter, which -are/to convey the impression that they have'been deceived, and the "accusations.- against' liim are all false ! These. are Jo. be industriously circulated through, the country^"on.the eve ' of the election, when it will be top", late to " coiUratirct thein ! Be on your guard—¦- theirs is a hopeless cause—and they will *esort to Forgery, Perjury, ancl Misrepresentations to defeat .the. election, of ' JOSEPH RITNER. Remember that six years ago tlie people were cheated out of —their Farmer candidate-by-'tho-FoitQED Axtmosv Letteh. Loam'then by experience that nothing is too base for the party, and remerriher too that if the. charges agaiusfc David R.Porter were false,'month...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

.-;., Anti^Van Buren Ticket. ' FOR GOVERNOR,::..'".' ;;^;J®SiM.MTHn-'.;' ¦ Congress. '. -': FJJBDJERICK3V^TT$,.ES<J,.':: : ..^L-:... --.->_-- l--^:::—Jlsftcmbly1. '-; "yr =¦•—- - ¦ •CfEORGlE MUPIJ2Y- . .¦•"' ¦' BENJAMIN--REYWOIiBSi. ,--' •¦ , ¦ ' '. Commissioner. •' . " •-"'--JA'COB' SENER., .,; • Director of the Poor. ••'¦•'."" ""-rJA-MES-lVEAH^EYv^-2* ^ _ :.. .J:.-: ..': ,:..- -.---iSudftar...":_...._.... -.'.,' '• . "¦ '.APAM-'REIGEI^. .."--

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

< Mlcnmiciation. ¦ We publish in'ondtllerooluinnn letterfrom S. S. ,WAorton,Esq,a respectoble lawyer & citizen of'Hun"t!hgddn,"in" relationi'tolthc parthe.'^as^ in^cedto take ih'favorofDavid^-:-Portcrrinditha^sonsJbi;.npt supporting him now, which we. commend to the scridusattentioiiJdPourTrc{iders.—MtWliartonJwas air wayira supporter of Gov. Ritner; but when hi's neiglibor (Mr. Porter) was nominated by tlie 5th of March convention, he avowed his determination to vote for him out.ofpersonal friendship., He was one ofeight lawyers who signed a certificate, stating that there were no unsatisfied judgments on the docket against Mr: Porters but he has since foundout to the contrary, and that he was imposed on by the 'dodger',' who told him they were all paid ofl'butthe costs, which was this reason satisfaction had not been entertftl. He signed, two. ojtlier certificates) one accusing Porter of blasphe^ ray, which MK Wharton belicVc ~drat"tue time to"W 'false,but w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

DAVID J. PORTER ¦ „,.:. -.., ,. ,.;• :and,thk -...';... ,\ -";:.: Chambersburg A' WSmiting-don ¦::;'.^\|^te!'il^J»i-^, '-.,,'•.. ¦;, -i-~The-followiiigris-a-profile-of-this-Rail Roadj .-jyith figures explaining the various facts concerning it. „ i- . ^^^^^^f^^ro™™^^ ifWiiiwHI H^SiSMlwi^s^^^^^^^K^ jggffim^p^^m^ ]MMifciH|a ^^Imfiri^^sM^^^mB^^MS^S^^^ mm^^^^^^ ^*? ffiStfaSSSEHHBW itLfffflMgtw-iffimlwIH BSJKlfS WJ^f^^!f^\%aSffmB 'la ^mK3aiamiaM l£\S€iIMK£L , ^^a. ^CT ^^ liBj^SIP^^—r^^M^J^CHIBMIBiBWC^^ I^PB^^^^^^^^u^ffl^^SS ir^^^^^^^^^ tdl^S^WSSSSBSS pips^^nHra^n RiSSl^^^^ illiil'lf^^^ ^Mw^^^^^^^S ^^LmSA nKio tSk^s^HOT^ft^fflSBI SfSiStl^^m^HI iiiiii^^^^ffl B^.T^^^^J^Lra im™wV^!i«Brm^SW EXPLANATION OF THE CUT. . No. 1. Chambersburg. -,; ' '_ —2__.parnejr»g ]yiountaln|rjQund^he:^outli ern'Sid'of which.the rSad has to run.-! _.3,; Tuscarora Mountain. ¦'"/''• t\ r 4. ©wl|ng Hill. . '\y- . , '' " : 5/_-TunneUthrotigh-SidclinglHill of-J-;ot a mile. 6.. Broad top :mountain. 7. Raystpwn Bra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

:,.v . .^yy-..T. :y - j^-^jy-: -:_ -~-r '---i On Tuesday'last, Mrs. Eli-ebcth"Mahon, censprt of Dr. David N. Mahpn, pf thi8"p!ace. . On the 16th inst. Edward, infant sen pf Mr' James Hoffer of this place, aged n'me months. - In" Southampton.township, on the 12th"iust.,,Mr. George If 'illia ms, aged about 40 years. •'-.. ' In Shippensburg, on Friday ^he.ytli insty Mr. Henry Nofsker, 'age<\ aTiont 55 years. . ^r . ' In Shippensburg, on'Thui-sdiry the 13th inst, Mr. James McElroy, in the 7Cth year pf his age. _.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

--. , HA^XTERS'- FU|*S,-&C.'..., A (\f\f\ IjBS.Lfin<lon»n<' Canada Musquash 18JUU*'"K, brown pud white - 100 lbs. Englisii Side Nutria FUU.bldwh 50 do . dnv . dg ¦ do very sup?r do , 50 do BeavenFUlt '". do ' 50 db Otter do Back and Side - . 300, do English and Scotch Coney FD]R 1000 -do Carrotted Kussio -Hares'i^lTS.jrom C. . ~, ti:Ddnne'r'sFa'cfdry"--;" " ~\'rr-100 do Turkey Backs, very white 100,-do "vacuum Wool-10,000 Canada Muskrnt SKINS 5000 Southern :<lo do .'. , 20,000 Babbit . do -. 1 „;- ' 50Q Itussia Hare ... do" • y 300 Vicunia '.' . .'" do 10 Bales.Buffalo ROBES 50 Cases Gum Sliellao, Orange, Gnrhetandidver ' 100 do Extract LOGWOOD : • . 100 Bbl's. Chipped Campencliy do -," . 1 Cask Verdigris, old and dry ' 200. pieces Silk PLUSH, assorted, part very low pried ¦-¦:''', .800 doz. Skivcrs,.blue, black, cream and Maroon 10.000 Spanish FELTS, nsst qualities and weights '5000 Saxony " do" do do -' do r ¦ some very fine.''¦ . r—With-irhvr;.^Mvs9...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

-: ;'ENCAaiPMiajIT. ' " '"."v--' ; Batialion Orders! The First' Battalion bf Cumberland Vdluntacr*, will -panidu in Carlisle on tlie 11th day of October next, with arms and acrouti-ements, and odierwise.- properly equipped'and prepared for three days Camp duty. Each company will make arrangements for its own accommndationVilh rpp-aroTifprpyisipnflndexi tramess fnrnituije t as tents, t-runp-kettles; mess-pahs, wepd and straw "will only he'furnished." -Each individual must lmye"a knapsack with at least ene blanket,— one'pair of bine-.and one'pair of white pantaloons, together with any other cloihijigJi-r mav.think proper toeiirry gasmen will nritbrivipiiMd to be in uniform all--Uie time.. Each nnii-t-Oninii-isioiK-d odiccrnnd private - - will provide himself with one nnuiul of powder made ' " intoblnnkcartridnes. Ofnccrsincommandofcdmpa- .' _ nies will causetheir respectiveconimandsora sufficient partthereofrto4«M)iuhe-gmundT(4ihich-will-b&desig—: nnteil before tliartime ino...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

. - MMMiimi.. ¦>¦ Ai*ei»a and Circus Company. By Messrs. Buckley,Jfojpkir ia.'ty.Co. THE. Proprietors' pf. this establishment have tho honor to announce.to the inhabitantspf'Cnrlislpand its Vicinity', that'thetr CIRCUS will open in theBorouch of Carlisle on TkurMluv. tho 4th day of October," lor ONEDAY'O^LYrviUi^elr ^teasTve^mlTieaiitl. • Jut Stud of llprses, aiid Company offirst istcEguCs^ rian Performers? ' ,'¦ .""'". '"¦'. "¦ " '" "~."' .. , " The scene in the circle wiU present an Oa^molage-, oftajent and manly "activity, unsurpassed by any other ,. cstablishnieiit. The'{arena is fitted up, wjtb every •'- comfort and convenience. In fact,'the manogersflatter themselves, that with their personal exerjionsi thesuccession of novelties they wdl produce, will constitute one pf the most raried, animating, and interesting Eijuestrian entertainments, ever presented, to an American.public. - ¦ ('<'-'s-;":'>; '. ' Doors dpe'ncd'ot half-past 1, performance ¦ to" comm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

;pi^gl^f^lQlf.. :, WHEREAS.iii anil bvan act dftheGenerat Asseliibiyof the Cbmmouwealtlfuf Pen/isylvani-», entitled " Ail atft regulating the general elections within this Commonwealth, Approved 15lh day ot February, one thousand seven' ¦ hundred and ninety nine, it is enjoined on the sheriffs of each county within this conimoiiwcgjthj to give ni'iblid notico of such: general elections to be hel.l and to enumerate in such: notice, what officei-s nre-t.-),be elected, . ! .'l . -. - 1,;JOHNAIWRS, ';¦¦': Hi"h Sheriff of the county of Cumberland, da therefore hereby make known and; giye. this - -' ' ' .,-v^PlJBM'C;^()TI01i!'':: ". to the electors of the county .of Cumberland, tliat on tlie second Tuesday ef 'Octob'eiMiext, (being the ninth day of-themouth,) a genera! .'election will be held at the several 'election, (liitrifts established by. law in said county, then and there, to'elect by ballot, viz: QNE PERSON,,For.Governor 61" the,Cpmmpnweiilth of Pennsylvania. ¦ . 11. .':. ONE'...

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