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.1 olb nillE 1716
watra inasartoop WAVEI.39II
Moroc - Votier.. • .
'THE great encouragement which the subscribers'
received during the lastieni in the sale of their Mtt..
chines, induced them to make extensive preparations
to meet the increased demand for their article. No
time, labor or expense has been spared to procure the
_ very_ best materials the country can afford. Their
workmen are experienced of thl'i"firieclaraele4
' andthey have - no - hesitatimrin assuring the Farmers
that they are noW able to furnish them with an article
vot only equal but decidedlrsuperior to any_other
_ manufactured in this part of the country. '
_ e For speedy and clean threshing, with ease - to the
horses, they believe their Machine to he unequalled.
- Their price is the same as last year, viz: 14G - dollars,
- 70 - dollars in cash and the bahatoe in six' months . , — for
- 'which a' note will be remitred. The machines are in,
snred for twelve months, or until they shall have
'threshed two thonsand bushels of grain. They have
1101eSCVC1111 machines and riiadv for sale, and will.at
-7111141meg:he ready to furnish them .on the shortest
-notice. Orders from a distance- will-.be punctually
attended - to. For the trifling sum of FOUIt 1)014 7 .
TARS; in addition to the price of the and
- -Vawer,tbey furnish the farmer an addition that will
• enable him to shell his Cloverseed..
The 'subsceibersi - being - desirous of publicly court , -
teractmg te -- cftorts - u:hicli are secretly mite-t-O'injare
!the character of their, machine, by, persons who tip
per to. be actuated by unfriendly feelings-tftwards
'them, respectfully submit-the following CERTIEI
CATES7 to-the .pufi ie. - • , • .
I certify that I, last - year, used one of •the Thresh
ing Machine's manufactured 'by -J. E.. Brad & Co.
mid during the - season,' there was threshed on, it
.about fqur thousand bushels of grain, Mid about
two fired ..and twenty dive bushels of clover
.seed, - and 1 am' fully satisfied that, for the I-armcr's
use, - it is superior to anywkir Maclquce I have ever
seen in - tlila - part of the :country. I thither certify
that Mr. BenrviturstOme of my neighbors, had-six
wagon loads of cicver. need 'stuff cleaned at-a clover
and•the yield was 22 bushels, and that the same
Muintity of st . ittr was threshed ()Wray. Machine; and
the yield - was 32} hushels. Mr. Bumt is of the opin
ion that the stuff - lie hauled to the Mill,-was the bet
ter. lot of the two...
11lay 15, :1898
certify that, in August. Inst, I,purch;iseil frbre J.
E.flratlyf.t Co. one of their thretthiii , machines,
which I iiScdfor threshing grain the different Farmers,
till sane timelti March- last: During that - period I.
.threshed about fifteen thousand bushels of wheat, rye ,
" ----- -and-ontS.. -My q:petistf • 'for—rep:6ra- of . both_ the_
Mtiohintsiffid Horse VOW:Fr, did not. exceed five- dot
lars;and when I'sold them, (which was itiMareb,)
the machinery appeared to be nearly ns good as - rt.
' - was at the time I bot,'..t-them. The wheels in the
horse power were perfectly sound mid substantial,
and yipon a close examination, I could hot discover
' that the cogs had worain the—slightest degree. I
had, fo r . several years previous, beeli engaged in.
threshing, with three different, kiads of machines,
whichl fully tried; and I unlies . iiiitingly xertify that
=for dnrability, service and speedy ,and clean thresh
ing., I have never used oa • scen any that; iii 'my opin
ion, will at all compare with the one I had last }year,
unless it be one of the same kind.—lf attention is given . '
.trrthe Machinery, it appears to me-almost impossible
• for any part of them to get out of - ordc+.
. May 17, 1133fi. '
I,Aayt season, had one of J. E. Brady C Cos
Thresng Machines, upon which there wits threshed
about 3000 bushels of grain. I have fully teSted
and consider, it superior to any in this part of the.
eofintry, and recommend it to the Farmer ns a truly
May 'A 1888
;I, last rear, pnrCliased two of theth . reibing =Chines
of 3 . : T.. 'Brady & Co. (one of which I still have,)'
and fdlettested them. For speedy and clean thresh
-ing; they are,-certainly, a, Superior• article, and one
'that is. Cif great service to the Farmer. I consider it
the best article of the kimil have ever seen in 'this
Tart of the country. .1 take great pleasure in recom
mending it the Farmer.
May 1, 1838,
I certify that Mfr: Andr . ew Davison' and 'pram scil,
'last NovemVer, one of 3. E.• Brady & CON threshing
'll:whines, which •we fully tested, having
wheat, rye, oats anti clover seed Oil it. lam fully
satisfied that•it is preferable to any othor4 have seen
in operation, and it is an article that repay
'the Farmer amply, for its price. It threilies clean,
.is get otit of order, and is, upon the
___36ol6,..an_artiele that I. can; with great confidence,
__Litecignmend . -to the Farmer.
• - KEINVIS O.X;
. June 181838.
• - Mr, Benjamin Hamilton Mul Mast year, 'purchased
one ofJ. E. Brady 84:.Co's threshing
,macln nes, with
which there was threshed not less than 4000 bushels
of run. -It is an excellent article, superior, in my
opinion; to any of the 'kind I. have ever seen. • Oi i c of
its chief excellenceisi that it js not liable to 'go out of
. order.. I Intve no' hesitation in recommending it to
Nthe Farmer. I - •
JOHN IIUIIPIIRk YS.,
Other, certiqcatee could have 'been procured', but
Was deemed unnecessaiy.. Persons who wish to
inquire into the power and quality of the' machines,
, are, referred to, those who* last year used..them, .and
varticularlv to the follo wi nq 'named' gentleinen, viz:,
--- Measrs:Johtt - PoustPreilermk - llyers
:ow, Emanuel Sites; and' Samuel: Diehl, of Guilford'
townshjp; Messr,s,John,jbaber and John Yockey, of
`Quincy, townshiprMessrs. :Abraham Stimer and laruie
--FrantC--of 2 ..Washingtott qatinship;-'Melems. - Jaeilla
Haide,lamea James Al4on,Etimntiel.Hade;
John flinchley, : Henry, and James lleatty, Christian
—/ioel-and-Clicistian-Hecnier f of-Antpim township;.
-.l4cdtiOyster;Rsji. and Mr:Henry Winert, of Omen
township; Mr.!' Frederick -llecki:of Letterkenny:
toWpship; 'Nessrtt4ohn Rhodes and Conrad G01t1 7 .,
amoh i of Hamilton townehip';. Messrs: Williard
oe:end John Philipi; of IVlOntgOinery . :township
Capt:r 1. McParhind - and Joseph Huncanoof. Peters
' ( Messrs:William Bowers and „I:Se:wrist,
of MprrentownshiP 3 geisrs: Jacob:m(l John R . e.ge•
ilea, Of Wu& anitnavid Hunter;
andeenry ANitiger3of;Bedfoi'd - conoti".- ' •
• -.T. E,..3 - Ampx
,utiamberta*r4,,p4,ternvai: t 7; 1838. ••,i •
maChi td' lid Seen the bail;
vrtstr; F,oneis- per4o4
.Wishjog ! , 44 1 , 11 Mutoe•inle, .94 haNSit•iet *Mt if it ,
:vlfietiAot, aosyier tlie . pukposeas.Speellie'ol, I,loe will take'
- ire lititir Wee" oVexpenbe?tio the pitechaser. ,, There
liat'ibbeiritpwaidaorl,oo oil Ahem Made
Brady Co.,,within 15 'nteinthn f pnat.,.. ( A; line direct 7.,
ed fo the sithseriber f will 'meetWith pronipt'aftention:
-I,SelitilBtlB3}ir-tftm. !•i . , ; , :,Ohimbersjpiep,
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' Poit%l3..ent, the liguie now. oecurdett b i ;;4lle...pdlerl7
teK id West Ilighati'eet;Ctirliele. ,,, ephes'liod end
beluid'fibirde.titriciii the montkotQatober:'. • •
itc t 888: •;;
izbh„chtliAttLeq : Ayer, bc - erk tlii,infirlsa by
..Sep • It: • ' • ARNOLD &' , CO: ',`
lifießest an& Cite:looo:st
'apcl sale in inu;Kby" , '-
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A FAMILY NEWSPAT - PER:=DEVOTED__TO POLITICS, LITERATUER, THE ARTS AND SCIENCES, AGRICULTURE 'AMUSEMENT ,: & C. &C.
7,A122120N - iLLtMIO
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ERIN RIC J. KEILIEZ
- RETURNS - his sincere thinks-'to the citizens of
Carlisle and its fcir the liberal patronage
.has been bestowed upon him,,and solicits 'a
continuance of thb.same. -His sliop is now situated in'
adjoining "the Drug Store of Samuel Elliott- on the
cast, and John 11. 'Weaver k Co's. 'store on the west,
wherelte will constantly keep on hand a large assort—
. ment of Fashionable
Thr and Silk .Hats,
- : CONSISTING OF . .
Benzier; -.- 011er, Seal, Nutria, 11.1uslc--
'..ial; Phila. Russia and Brush
."1 - L - t -- - - - - :- - Tra---,44,--141-1 - ----
Or ALL 1 0 IL OURS 3 -
All ofie own anufactut•ing, which he will .dispose
of at lo prmns.,' •
lie fla •rs hin elf that,liy strict attention to busi ,
"less"atal n dispoAition to please, to merit and reci4m
a share of pnhlic patronage. ' •
. N. 11. Military caps wilt he manufactured to Order,
on reirsonable terms. • '• • •
Carlisle, April 9, 183.9. 19..
3- - DYE STUFFS.. •
- Logwood-j-elli lived antlgrmintl r . , " '
Nicaragua Wood,. ,Cochineal,
, • Brazil, - • -.Lac Dy e ,
.•- ..- - Moriatie do.
- Jost reeeird nod f r sale, TrhoteNote or ref aq,
the elierniegSi.ore S. ELLIO - 1 1- 1 . ..
.7.6 r, UT Ca fra.B:7: GI)OXIG.
AUXOLI) & CO., arc just receiving and opening
a large assortment or DRY COODS,suitabletur fall
sates, to,whieb.tbey-inilte atte•ltiln of those . who
visb to-pnrelta'se zr9orl:6 - prith rhetip,_a they_w_ill
enabled to offer (loads decided 1.3 , I , not..fqr .caeh, than
ba . d ever been offered in thispinee,•consisting-iti part
Super English andGerMan Merinoes,
French and'AVelsh - , do
Lbght chlored Gros de Nap Silks,
- Green;Clitret, and Colotli•d Silks, •
Black and Blue Black
White,;ited and Yellow Flannels.
' Merino Shawls and Handkerchiefs, .
Furniture and ChMtz l'rinLs,
• Merino and Woosted Hose,
)Krilife - iiiiirfrolored Cashmere Hose,
Super Black Silk VelVets,
Super Vrl vet Cords, ' _
Flittra and Super CLOTHS, •
Fine London Cuss - orneres;
. Plain and Striped Satemetts, , . •
7 - - Pilot Clnth and • Lion 'Skim:, •
Fur anti Hair raps. Ste. Etc.
All of which will lie sold out the most accommotipting
tents, and decidedly cheaper than On be bought else-'
where. Purchasers arc invited to call' and. judge for
themselves. ' .
• '• -NOTICE -
ISbereby given, that Letters of Administration on
the estate of DA 1 7 ID STONER, late of Frank:._
ford township, Cumberland county, deceased, have
this day. issued in due form of law td the subscribers,
residing in said toTriiship: all persons having claims
or demands against the estate of the said deceased, are ,
requested to make known the same without delay.--
and those indebted to said estate to pay their respre-:
tiie,dues to • . .
ROBERT — Ii'MRD:, ------- . -
• •- •ABR'M. BOWMAN, -
. ,„ Administrators.
• Pena:fora To;wnship.} .. _ .
Aug. 7,1838. - -
- -,'POil*Cll4:fnerfi; . wi ll find_ a _liale_
reissortinent of Cloths, CASimers and Crissitietti it
the tore al . ' ARNOLD Sr, • CO.'
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4-4;'.6-4, 7-4 and 8-4 Merino Shawls
are offered for sale decidedly cheaper than they can
be bought elsewhere, by
. Sept. 11
IS hereby given dist letters testamentary' ihelaSt
Will and l'estameiii of-James Irvine; tate of Spring
field, West Pentisborough township, CUmberland"
vounty, deceased, have been issued to the subs - 006er
residi6g at.-Big Spring, in the tdwitshiptiforepaitl';
'persons, indebted to the estate of dm said deceased;
will please make immediate paynrientOindthose hay
ing claiths against the mid "estate; to present
ly authenticated for settlement... ' • ;: '
JAMES R'IF'ER, .?.seciitot,
Big Spring, Aug. 'l4, 838.,--lity,
CASSIATtrriS;‘, — Li4 - nddr --- Drab - Steel -
Broivn, Blue ; Black Parsons and Bield 1 icifixed !Oaf
itineita, for sale unusnallyitow . ;nt. theStOre of
' • . -- • • - AIINOLD
,Ftrit tAlis e . r .Eneanks'eai Skin
Colinis v Linx, and Russia% Fur. Tippets (for, Ladies) fir &• - ile-ery low at ' Alt:COI:4)
Sept : 18.. ' ; • . .'; :
n)v ' . •
• • ; • • • Altls°l s 'll ?
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mul'Melbourne, Plaid; Riblietli and 'Striped LoadOW,
and. Buckslr,in Cassimercb at „
IFLYST feceived.froin.tUleity of Baltimore;
raLaasortment Ogrvetii .. • ,
— Strot*, Rio C6trce, Po in n t.,re? I,tico Sugar,
• Latic 44; biliw
(ler!. ilia Imperial iln.,Citrrrius Ydq P R.ltolassps?
lino se do4loaay, Splccs 10;M), kirigN,
1 -411(11r4i . ..,4iiirrtia".1011 "MtnicTie'.4,
lliipta; 86: gte: 113/ be6n
beTsold: attlie•low est initu•s; hy.
• ;i r, • 5.4411L05 - -13.VILNITZ,. ,
IT UST received whiitll4,lll
..,40);1010, o , :wil!Anu6icturdrginriiseti , ll„ilto:fkim i
- • .Cl,l4•Sr-OAlrislirt...,:
UST i.e.: .
P, . 14461,
al, Eight ' , Dag dock's; Allittio , vitiiYSrcinire;:iinft'ibi•
tig,t;ErWi . ciiii4eci*iji.a\hiri , •iki. ,.. .'? ,, :. , :. ,. L
-r,Llib.:l - ': , ' , !'.•;', ,7- ? . --..-', - .. - -'-:.. - catirq. 13 3: 4 : 11 . 7 % 4772 . -I— '
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Printed and•Pisblislied , freekly,. bY - George. jll.' Phillips, in . Carlisle, Cuniperitind County, Pa.
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FiIMOUS tor the lithe'''.
MUCH need not be said in relation to this wonder;
ful remedy, as"the • proPrietor feels confident that
When applied, it will, as can be provenhy the numbe
of respectable persons, effect an- entire' cure of the
:Rheumatic and other pains. It bad - not lately
been'hii intention to make it public; but by the re
vientapplications of his neighbors;andihewonderful:
bures it has effected, he -feels it a duty he owcs.te
society as well as to himself, to. make it more gene.:
rally. knownond at the.snme time have it put a near
as withinhe - Can - the Teach - of all-whomay be -Minded
with That painful disease. . .• •
. Hundreds of names could he published of persons
who linVe been Cured by this celebrated medicine,
but tlm follOwingfare selected from the mass, as-be
ing"anaply sufficient to attest its.powers. '
John Srove; . David Bender, Jacob L. Nagle
Lindemuth, George Fisher, John Alsbaugh
C.:Stoner, .John - Coover, • ' Samuel Fenely
Aaron Bender, P Linderriutlijr. Sambel
Hobert Dysart R. Richardson,: Jacob Worn*
Henry Alsbaugh; J. Diffenbaugh, Jacob Mier& •
Christian Organ, J. Hiestand; -
_Matta Joy, uguat 25, .1856.'•
All orders from a dis.tanee :addressed 'to the lull
scriber, Mount Joy,Laneagter enmity, will be prompt
ly and faithfully attended to: ' .• • •
, SAMUEL' LOUCKS.
= •Ntiiiio.J6 — ;"Feli":7o - flfl7. •
I I • Mr._ William_ Salmon; refflti street, above_third
street, Philifflelifflia, afflicted for sei - eral years
'ffle - following distressing srmlitems Sickness tit the
stomncly head-nche., dizzlnesit,l; Talpitiltiona of the
heart, impaired sometimes - acid
and ln l it~ es
cent eructations, coldness' and, weakness of the ex-,
treniitiesiemaciation and general debility,. disturbed
-rest i o-sensti_of ressiire , and weight at the stomach
after eathig i iiioar ~ . -- iT
ilm776lirt - - - -mental—despotidenci:i
'seveee Ilyin”..jiains in the chest; backynnd sides,. cos
veness, dislike.for ;social' ' or culive - esation, inyol-
Miry sigliing weepitig,langor a niklassi 'pm
I the !mist exercise. • "
• .Mr.-Salthon had ajiplilul to the-mnst eminent ply- .
:sicians,-.who Considered it beyond the - power nimedir .
.cine to restorehint to health ;' however, as 11;4.81111c
tionstind redneed hiiittoa very deplorable condition,
and having beep recommended:by a relative of his to
make trial of Dr. William".Erdus' Medicine, he with
-di iliculty; repairtuttO the office. nd_jirfenied_ jitiCk , -
age, to lietays, he is indebted for his restora-:
.tion to life, health and fciends._He is ow enjoying
all the blessings of perfect health. .Persons'destrous
TS further inforination will be Satisfied with every .
articular *Of his astniiii:hing•cur at - IV. Evans' Me
teal office, No. 19, North Bth street; Philadelphia.
-Tie above medicine is for sale at the office of dui,
Herald & Exposlthr, Carlisle.
9ILICIOUS METALLIC, OR MINERAL INCeil
Is .has Maity 'years been a great desideratUr
among European and'American Dentists,M manufac
lure Toeth from incorruptible material's which'shout.
imitate the natural living Teeth.
- - Man - have - devoted -years to--unsuccessfuly
meats nd others luive succeeded in 'manufacturing
teeth oidta,t,...;als 'similar to the porcelain ware, but
getierallv'they have an opaque white appearance, by .
which they-are easily distinguished from the human
After long' and tedious experiment.Cthe subscriber
has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials en
tirely incorrtible, and perfectly in imitation of hu
. teeth.. T hey have a setniLtransparency, and are
made of viioous sizes and slides. -
Iu ruses where absorption of-the_ m•colar process,
or other causes may render it necessary, he will cast
of he same materials attached to the teetiOndificial
gums, whicli shall imitate the guns and supply the
'loss of substance
. . . „
It is catirely impossible for these "teak change
their color, or cause foetiillireath.' . .
-- He - Ar il Insert them - frour nneto - entire - sets - ,4n such
'manner that they will',make articulation of the rake
perfeet, anal materially •assistmastication, anti 'so
that they eannotlbe distingnishol from the most beau.
tiful 'Minot Ming teeth by the most scrutinizing ob
lie also performs all the various operations
_Sw•gery,laceprdialg to the late scientific im
provements in the art. •
.N. W. corner ofieliarlesfr, Fayette streets ? .
'TEM subscriber wishes to rent his AIERCIIANT
& GRIST MILL, with 4 run of Stones, Situate on the
Susquehanna River, at the' mouth of the Little .lunia
ta Creek, with water sutlielent to drive, it every day
in the year ; every thing ' in )dent ellent 'culer.The
building is of stone, three stories liigh, , %and is Within
sight of the canal it Dittman's Island and faVorably ' sit
tutted for obtaining grain by the Cdnal,
and 'of the
.siu'rounding Country... ToSsessionwill he
given immediately or' in '2 months. • ;• ,
Pelerence—Frederiek Watts, Esti: Carlisle; P. ll
• • 4mog A.
:Mar Clark'a Perry P. 9.. Perry county.
August 14, ' • • ;
ARNOLD & CO
'SILK , :VlPLVETS4—rurple,...."Nfar.oori;
teen unditicilondtSilk Velvilty, Otitbld cc& lion
. TIIE bubseribers,:anxi,odii,to settle nitthe , business
of the, late ~'firm • 0f,7,001/7/ & 71itner, ivy.
notice to,all :thoSeAndelited,,id vitikepeiyment ot'ol 4
before the 20th Septeniber iie.it,'llNr*litchAutetheie
ageountsivill•be plaeed in other Itiintlkkr•eolleetlen.
, , 'GEORGE:ISr. HiTNEIt.
August 20; 1898:=;-.511%. .' • • ••• ,;‘
received, !en. gro§s of, Yarna . m% cc . lebrsited loco nip)
rantvdnpine; for , sip.'Vy'dozep yoNc..s .
of pticknO verY 'Deal etN'are
cd to rail: : .;., JA; mytits. ?;
I: • y.
IfienrionliTeeth.are`prape'rly;tra'a a ;11 imasona;
timo, Ilte..inrogreß9 ail the ftleany;ttlar , he entirely
"N: doiier . titClrarleTlST.Payati:este.llAlllriterel
. • May.2B; '
• . .1 y rat,
; A'9plV of,U,le z66vcal l o . p B
c kept 6f1Y8 1 0947 cn
Asticipre:re.4.99! n t i . le xT .l fl 0- n7
q t ll6Phila"tlf!!"' t. letiie tle catititr9l7_ll .11shtztolt
contrary p9.th ‘ T it.49t,tidittg
' " strA'in.Cloos
iBction:bei.ll, . ""
Urgernunirli:;:Liniitable.for oomnion ,Schpol
, School:_nbolaa and Stsitionary `•
TuE,sp S'EP TEJiIBER. 25;;1538.
inatisai and oth e r P
le a me mme is aso or RR C V
Carlisle' February 12, 1838.
Kisyspepsia and: litypbehon...
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ADVERTI§EaItisITS inserted at the Usual rates
Letters addressed tolf.he editor, on buhiness,lliLST .
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tention. • .
'rte following,nanied *persons have been appointed
Agents' for_the_.!' Carliale Herald •B , c, Expositor,' to
whom payrnent,for subscription and advettisement
-can be made. •
D. SHELLY, Esq. Shiremanstown, Cumb."Co:
~§Aorr COYLE, Esq. - do
P. Koorprz, Esq. lsiewburgh do •
Tuos. Shippensburg do' -
Jon's WurthEntt.e.u; Esq.' . 'do. do .
J. MATEEK,Esq.Hogueptowl3 • :do
R. WILBON, Esq. Mechanicsburg, do -
• WittlAstßuNsuA,'Esq. Hopewell _ --- do
it. STUKCIELf, Esq.Ehuralttown do •
, Asa Wurrr.,NeW Cumberland do •
THOS. BLACK, Esq.. Bloomfield, Perry, county.: ' •
.A..ritetetc, Esq. l i andisburg..... do
. _ .e 1 ,3 , = - - - ' 7-- .%;111,t".. -.1,: •
With sweetest dowers-
From.yarious gardens Coli'd with - corp."- -
7 . l'onthe Herald & Expolimy%
thyrlio - oping-shade
itetihertti•bm u..olly'd giddy thrciag,
11 .-1.11-ComellO_coortPoeliy's aid;
- ' -Sw - ck-piitr9n of my 'rural
This bower, wherePhilomela's Iny. •
Is ,x forth when clay in done,
. Shall hide me froM the scorching ray
Of noomday 's most unwelCome.sim.- -
Amid these rocks whose airtime rude- . _
. Is eilsidoned soft with. verdure fair,
Where - liaise .mid . hustle im'er intrude,
4V/1 lie forgetful of my care.
I'll Mark'the spot—a-hill'a'bore_ ,
With - sin:s(l%W Of ye ll ow harvestmwned— ,
`One sturdy elm' within ihg gi -, 6 ,- 8,1
A smiling landscape spreading round.
' Now, when thou see'snhy measured pace, -"."
• Approach across theNeedunt plain;
Then wave thy top with modest grace, ..
- And bid ruewelcome..backapin.7._
rhi 'Northfield, N. 11. on the day of Ocetion,'nine•ie
volutionary soldiers attended the polls together,
and voted for the.whig ticket.] '. .
Room for the gray,- haired soldiers! • --
In a noble band they come—
IluCnot witlithe•battle shout,
• _ •
Nor the swim! of theimartinl drum ; ; '
g e r
. 'Not now with the nodding slslungum - '',
Nor the iviw-steedipr tly prancing,
___ - Xtothey, come, With the Ili; dot* the early day_
, their-bayonets brightly' glancing. ' , .
Not mite with the stars and" stripes,
Above them floating free,' •
too they press to tlin battle field, .
With the cry of Liberty; /
. Nor now iloe's the cannon roar,
On the specify musket flash; /• .1
/ally the .ennks oCtite. freenien • ../
- cont~; —=—
Aiid lips nll blootiless z ik4;' - • ..1 .
They press like the liride'at the sitar tihrine,
' To renew, their ea'r'ly
PorFreeiloiiv still'theY cry
Echoes from hill and valley, ; • ' .
And they mph tit :the n'illtus in other AnYt l / 2
INhen he War.ery bade:them rally.
One tens the senke,
With StirV....stt It—enoiniton; -
Another ilr'ops teitr
• speaks' of Mrnsliinifon:
Ali Alto 84. eti
ftipXiniOn and Bankei.
(kith' of the''Craveti' Orr:
- ' ;
. 1 ,- •
Rooni for :Ole iray'llairhifititdiers!
. RoUtrt for the Inttriot, -stree t ',
-I, V lll a'N
0 .ig (11)- our - gT e efi l , n 4
TlieJight of Freedotufs fires:
Lot4,long.tooy, they,,gatlter Itore;..
With the free,
Anti ever, as pvly renew Oteif vows
In the cause, of
:‘ , §oTEAMmitt , ,Pißar
is biiiip•Nei. in cao Piielrar-e "4"/26 Tickets.
• 'offer i' "
For eriddi , )lng , Leeslitieetktalleins aid for 'ofher
° • purpmes. \ • •<•• • „ 1 ,
• „„, clos i 6 , fpr 1 S 08 ,•-
.1';) ink4n)iim at Alcsaildriß, Va. tn' S'Otartl4, tIM,
r ' gept.;lB3B:s •• • "I
• • • • ; • 4.*a Imo nivr:• < ' • '
0/5,1 1 1T,A.11,53000, 10,000 i 6.0(;Q. 0200(10 priz4s
Of-I•upg,_ s .o 013 0 ar •Itlt of 2 l octr EoP•fire•
icket .5-I.lArtA,2, '5O.
Cert'e of- a
Pack ars ,26 -10sele7(7). Tivka6lsl46
: 1)o. 41<1.••3 ••••••il'26 fdo 7$ 1.10
`, , , ,2 1 6 Qaartg - „pa , , o ss,qQ.
(17:01Ykra fotr 7'irlooa S'hares ficalce
of Pack/J * 44s itlit•ro 'llllllMiflaitt f Schrtaili;
regeive the mristramptlattontion,midlntt btlivial•a&
collat. or efiah whir ap4 intruediataliolterjO?
over . to all who order from ay.' Address,
' • 'D. Sf . GllggrDß‘ C AtiviifrePsf,
T ' lryikEiblugtonCity,l). , C.
'AutrlqMs * 833 .A, , 1:1,1 i Tr `,Q
• . . .
yJ ,I, - c '. .-;.‘'..",',.'.. bilks.-:DA:RNtrzl'ci
' ,., :litfit, , ~1 4.1.., , ir...,:, i ,•'., i . , t •-, • ~,,;,..<„ 7 ~„ ;-!' .19 , ' f: . , ~.: r:ltil,
'V R . ML% ,
-'‘• . ...P.oti.-Tt.-e-Al:.-..
Fronithe ; Pgpisylvaniii Inquirer.
The Ova? Cenvontion . at
Vitt 'ENTHUSIASM_OF.Tnr .
PLE—RITNEI3, & RESUMPTIOII,N-..
Pittsp.urg; Sept. 5, 1838..
- 7Never was such-Othusiasrif felt 'or-dis
played in.this city,,durriv.thi3 last two
days of the 'Velma .111EN's Marcia CON-
VgNTtON.- Never Were the' people sotheir
oughly convinced. of the ii4stoke (to - use a
mild term) of the Loco Focos, when they
declared that the majority of the .. . citizens
were on their side.:. Never. was _there a
gathering of so great a body of the. indus
-try, respectability and intelligence of Penn
sylvania as attended' this soul-stirring, as-'
senility. And never; under - any circun
stances;. did the people of - every region . of
.the Commonwealth . send delegates to se-
. yepubliean, thannthe .manly Farmer
Our eitiieiis lad, fairly wakened to theii
trno.intvre t sts,',: especially;since . their •feel.•
ings; . principles,.lionor,' morality and judg
ment were revolted by the open, and shame-,
less_ declaration of a_ineffibet-Of--the. -LoCo.
Foco. county meeting held last week in'
this city-=" that Ocivernorilitnor :Was. too
.honest :a man to -be.- Governor .of Pennsyl=.
vania;" and. that therefore, he (ilip speaket),
opposed him, Thilk;.ohi"think;, on . what
a precipice a natio' stands; whom such it
sentiment 'is avo*ei
,worthy 7 ~,, ,------- ,
- -of the worm days of a teobespierre
• or a: - Danton! -_ Think,. of, the hiss orchar:
acter thatr-Would:- acerne tti,the -Common
' Wealth; if so: abominable's - an iminorality
-were lb be ' : adopted as. the 'leading- motto,
the guiding. Star of its government" - This
declaration, Made by a - Mr. . Fisher, Will
'prove prove : fatal, to_ the- adhesion of vaSe nurn
bers of those who liad•hitherto - Styled them- .
selves Mr.' Porter's friends. They are SO
itio longer. They are . ashamed - iirsuch -a.
'cause; • and if- it were possible that it could,
succeed, they would tremble for the virtue
of their 'children—i-aye, and - even' for / the
security of life and property.::: They ltnow ,
that the recognition of so profligate ,s max
im' would infallibly prove destructitieuf the
free and glorious- institutions of i_virtuous.
republicanism.' .. ' .'/
It'is'not my intention to tMnMit - yon a
fell account, of proceed'Ugs ohe /14rCon
vention in our city, , but only to ascribe
ttid:eireet: cif , - its-.proceedings--upon-the--pub
lic Mind, and the contirmation it has added
.to what was-heretofpie a conviction amount- .
, ring to-a certainty.,="„that GOVernot Rimer
' will be re-elected by a majority of-many
thousands:" / Public virtue, sound repub
licanism, ratitmal liberty, a respect for the
laws, Statp' improvements, general educaL
lion,- improved morality, and 'a- goOd cur
, reneyore all identified with , his re-ele&
tioni/ Our citizens know it; and they have
united With - their friends froin the country, ,
_the largest and most "inspiring
;C - Ontientier that everassembled lit Panql- - -
vailia. - Manufactures, • Agriculture, Com
merce, and: industry of all. kinds wetg
there fully represented; Mid the proceed: .
ings of the delegates from within _their hall
of meeting, were received - and responded to !-
from without.' . - • . • . 1.
' The proceSsioYi •was.lbe ipest .tigagniticent
'and-imposing: politiCal . spectacle ever
liess.ain_Pittsburkh,.. Between RgE
of :the - bone
banners had an inspiring :effeCt upon 'the
:vast concourse' who witnessed it; but than
inspiration: was not' half so gieht *as the
- sonl-enkindledsenthusiasm produced by the:
tight good' political cause.. T.ho , inembera;
fromevery plit Of 'the:State :bfought •the•
most .elteitring‘.tiOWsLof• the prospects. - in
then:: respective . ,districfs.;' and even. West- ,
merelatithconnty,ifroni . 'the nicest calenla.
tions f .exhibits defection of ..nearly itVo '
thousand fretn the' usual Van-Buren vnte - of
45f citiiens: , Indeed, a calcitlatithi - has
•biTerfe - atniedinto7by , theimeruberS,and s tthe.
reault,:acccirding to our well-fOunded
,ations'~n:THE WEST;, will admonish,' ;
those 'of you who. arc sceptical. In THE'!
EAST. ; No dbUbt remaios•buCthe West
ern: Districi of . Pennsylvania; will .give- , a
majoritr front' 8000.16.10,000 votes, in
favor'of Joseph - Ritner
It had for its. - ..rimite,!! 4 '. , Wm , ,oirosnPinerM4
BECAUSE %VP.' leNO .:11111re;:, You will judge
orthe feelings:: too - German popu,
lotion; when I tell you t that.::out:.Orf four
Germanllrolitntefir - Compapies . rm•;trifif!eity;
three. will >vote..nrianimouSty for
and. the 'fourttf:
COnvention't;wrut ad large that the
Inembeirsi':' , en , as s bl n were lobli e ta s
repair to SteveltiOnNi - G - i6v4:wheneeTther .
Romm:2.J..WILLIAIVI - PDISTE I 4;Esca of
torPresidoi7oVerrtlin:rniceting; *, ,Which •, ha:clid
mid :eloquence, -; iworthyf,,,of ihe,:ormasioUL
'Eloquent and: speeches mere
made , by iVleasrsi Befiedict;. Ain ntingdia;
ter; Miry. '; - Bia c ut•iii gel; Di:: El Plclo, ,
formerly .of littutingdon ; Mr. - tiSithithevuf:
Jficliand;=;C: , .ll - ;:;Darrith;•rEntli;ilMr.4. l .l 7 en , .' ,
.ham ; Ofi!Beavev.pin*figil . .fo l3 / I **'''' 6l. :
C rtoi ford: fiVaytt toile i;4011i'001 1 '6 110
spirit pervaded; all= thac;.pri4edittgti4torkor
0 p0.g.- 0 0
. . .
. . , .
Aratiamitypit .1)y. thii LW 6 PosL' .. Although • ' Mr•M cE I wee, • the great, opPouent of .tlin.,..
the Convention . adjournU
-.„ye . sf e id a y,lf t - e - i . . - ; - : - rotidilsaitb—. `.‘.T.lni4.._ - 'e de inn ,froin • Admits, 1 r
no tou ee . . _ i j _ . ,
• I - t i t 'i l. Is 'an -aiie=,=•• in:
noon, yetthe feeling, tivritiinent and entliu- (Mr. Stevens)
eiasm it hae created, will. ot subside during relation to this road, as
,it passes- his,:iron.
it .!. Mr. -_ ;, _ _.,,,. ,•• • •• s . •
the present week. • Nothing. else is, talked . wc" . • . .
of. • It.wes a piond day•for 'Pittsburgh, Sovens - replied at 'onee-The. 'gen-
glorious .day for the Commbnwealth, and 11(31 0 11 lilirn - B-ar"rd (mr.• al ililmT ( l/ i 5 , 3 41 .
the Second -Tuesday of' - October will . slid* taken in supposing that my 'ailxiely'LPre!._.
that the proCeedings cannot fail to - result in ' coeds, from.the • locality of my iron. works:
triumph and . in victOry... . • , - - I My
_furnace is now, in, Fran , clin
.cotintY. • -
In connexion with this . Interesting--eub••flliad . a furnace Once near where the road - ..
passes;,' but. owing, to . the - trealify_ of, the -
jest I-Vill just state a few-facts - and . ealcu
i etc, it Was almodonedi . after I los tmeney. in
latitind.-----This ::city , is expected to
• majerity of 600 for the good . cauee; and •
give-a' atteinp - ting - to - :earry . itren . ; mid-1- will' now
agree to . piesent the 'furnace' and larids 16'
the eountY from 1000• to_1400! 'At .a late .
the ! gentle Maw ftern Bed ford - if - li - e - '7W1117 -
theeting in___Westmereland; .the friends - of .
bind hode to....lrivz. on the -thannfaciure of -
Railer outnumbered the.:Portetites; and
ironat the wiirlis!" - '.': -
• changed in that county are.of daily
• The gentleman from ilettord replied• : .
tence, The procession' of delegate's is said
would not take. the, furnaeti as a gift ea
to have been . formed of THIIEE THOU-' I '
the'se - conditions - 1" - , ' , -- - --! . •__ • ...,.._
SAND NINE . III./NDBED MEMBERS!
' Now the .people can ' see the valunof .
Fayette -county .is expected ,to be about j these Iron' W kd, .and .the base •Ifiniiliug ?
even,- although it .has always, hitherto; 1 ~e - ry
ry of the Pe •trirites. They will also re:••• -'
shown'-a - - large. Van--Buren,Anajority -, 5
member,.(ion innesTtlic Intelligeticer), that'."
Greene , will - go for.Ritner.. TO. show the I David R. 'Potter (the masonic candi-: -
n the, country; little Oambria,_-a_j lC-r -
date•for"-Gternor) - .voted in . fii - Vti - i' -- of,tlie .
-mountain-distriet,with only±.1200„to_140,0„ .
aPPreptiation,of , onliinidiekanikninety_
•irotes, sent Q 0 trtelegaigs to the Convention! five: thousand .dollars• to the . Gettysburg .
Ward .theetings 'havdiren held here- every
Rail Road! l ' '-• . .., - • .' ' •
evening this week,
.at which sorne.obiut __ •
If . 'the road Is as bad and "as•ertiolce - cl•'es .
talented Visiters-haye.lieeninvited . .to.addres's •• • .. , .• , . _
-- . - - --- . ._ .
the citizens: the masonic pl•Lsses would fain' have us boil-,
.- - ' .• ` -- . = ' lieve, how . can they ithipporrionaw iVho.
I am happy to say that out Manufactories thus voted t 6 Senander neatly two Mindrett....._ . _.
ise' ;111ln - full- operation; indeed, so great thousand dollars of the people's money is
the extent of business the iroti,liard- its, construction I' . • --
ware,.-nail:and glass - trades', that it is impos
sible .to execute - aIF-the-orders-:that 'arrive.
The city is full of Western buyers, the,ho
tels crowded to excess,-and every stageand,
yacket boat that arrives and leaves is literai:,
- 1-y - eratanietyttithliailetg. se - td. - 0 iff-butilts ,
have entirely recovered,the temporary pros:'
sure Utilised bya resumption of specie payi,
ments, and are ; :expending . their_ discounts..'
Mohey is tolerably plenty, - b . ut - vire have not
enough of 'laborers ; and-tneelianic,s. In
1 every'shork hingdenotee,theinost cheer-,
ing . p rosp en ty .ni -rtWtown-atal--tradef7of
, Pittsbnig.... _The
,tiVet • - . is, s tio- Jew- thatitis
-not /navigable for steamboats.; If it were
thete would be three times: .- as tinfell blisi
)aess! ' The -delegation ..from --- M - nrcer, a .
small county, was-- 14 1 2! - Armstrong
county sent ahirge delegation, with a ban
nev-----motto, "Armstrong Redeemed!" .
.'ror,i the Zara-aver Herald 4,0 krainlizer
THE GETTYSBURG RAIL ROAD...
The masonic "presses of this ancrthe
boring counties have been 'edifying their
readers for several weeks past-by the exhihi
.tion of a; oodcut purporting to be a correct
but' which -must been intended • 'as a :
mtesentaiion of the crooked and dishonor , '
able course of" David R. Porter,
We have -frequently—seen the original
survey of this Rail Road in . the Canal Corn-,
missioner's office_ at. Harrisburg, and we
have no hesitation in 'saying .that it is less
crooked than almost any other of the State :
works, and that it does .not bar the least
possible , resemblancb to .. the. vile caricature,
issued by the masonic, presses. A strong,
confirmation of this ai . qrtion is to be found''
in the fact that the Porter-presses - of - Adairis
county' have'not dared to'publish this wood
cut, as almost every Porterpaperin the state
has clone. .And why have they not publish
ed Because its: shamelesi falsity would
'be seen at once •by those who _know the
'road. They .know that the, whole Map,.
- with .its acconipanylirg • explanation; is a
Mete lying invention, and:beare no resetn
-', blance tO..the-trinti.
AND , ‘- • .. .„,.
t !Jure - mat 4atArts--at-riaprettysL.
nation - of the:,Wrightsville, York - and Gfttys
burg and nine almost in a
straight • line to 'l'oin's-creek,'a distance of
fourteen , miles. In.-order to__aseend the
South Mountain, without an inclined pidie,
it thfn makes a curve of more than ‘1.000"
feet . radins (twice as-large as those on the'
Columbia road,) and, runs in .a smith-easter
ly- direction about three fourths of a mile
Oen it again resumes, the:;(lirect route to
the PotomaC,, where itkwill unite 'With the
13altimorp , and Qhio,l3,ail-,Road. • This fiend
of three fourths :3 ot a.mile* , does, not Make
tbe"road:_as crooked AS,..ttle,liite.ior avoid, the ,
I" inclined plane C olu makes' that road.l
.yetAliitS "fs ,thO . Jay( 4,repreecoted j
on the "Porter!,' diagram 'as fetorning: - . - ar.:
Most' to 61, , beginning,'amt as ,run
ning'five times round Mr. Stevens furnace!
, : Instead of this road running Ave
it does not go'
.once,round' any iron .works
,Mr,, Stevens. It • is....true that it 'runs
' through npork.of themoodland attached , to
a.bandonetil furnace c belonging, to Messrs.
Stevens . and,paxion;,l3ut tbat,fornaes hap"
been fong out of Vest,, and the property is
now Usednfor;fartning.imrposes only. The
Iron, Strprk ef gr : ,;',Ste'yetite.(ihe,eely , orte
thaVis, valuable, as , an, Iron Works,) are
sitentod- on,,tlie other,' §ide ,the,,-.sottth
Mountain,-on Chatilboreburg tied
ti more-,t,tt Tupte-read ee ; rnilee•fon); hem
nearest jointiof the,,,f4ettysborg , l4tsosion
of or Imiletb ,the COOeria,n4Aair
44y, V a it,,•Rou,4hkithe OAL Gi:een,•
:3•:sThe:reatir'xVilP perceive fret* this state
tnent4tivei little ftiattitaibte,l.joirthii,_,,,
Moult:hat - 44i Grktyelnit*Pail.ti ,
tiff Ote'Ven?f , if *Orkeift WS a further:
Ilideltatilibtdr.glntaligetittOr l i4ublish 6 l llo ;
,fotioOlgrf fifioareififo)itio'fqtheofio44 ,
,debateshini,lthe , j - lernmo, /of Soririsooffvoi
Another. lirSiiti - freemt
men _out for' Mitner.
-- We - yam - rd.:ly addreSS-of forty •
-Porterism. end' - taliinu; decided ground
.favor-of:the Farmer of•Washin,Q - ion COM4y,'
The ball-iststill in'. Motion'.
ha ,. e the pleasure of. spreading - 33eforo - our .- .
readers the names of SIXTIr. of -- the, Free.' _
en - 6f :North timberland ‘Courityi
who, at thelast=contest,- opposed; but . Who
- now rally among" the friends of
ner.. The extent of this aadessionynay be ,
adequately appreciated, when . inform _
..the_reader:thatAhehorough of Milton:poll&
but TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY. .'
VOTES. This ‘changp, •••thetefOre, is•
equal to.more than mielifurdi orthe , Whele
population in the enjoyinent of the' elective :
franchise. • • The revolution throughout the
Com mon weiltlt is no'. doubt equally:.great.
The people every where are -denounting:. .
the. Radicals and their leading meaSures,.,
the Sub-Treasitry 'add takieg greurid :for ,
the honot,. interests and prosperity . of Penn-'
sylvania. - We- T -cordially-- welcome .
band of patriotit spiriis into OUT ranks. . •
From ,:lie 2:7ll^liian,.. -
TOii-INOTIiE tv/Alliit— t i l / I:I Bottouon or Mtt...•
TON CASTING' OiT TOE 1 7 '..:N runes YOKE. -
''The borough of Mikan, polls about 220,
votes, anti at the electieen of 1835, gave a
nia'orit ,of EIGHT a(j'ainstJolie h Ritner.
They haVe cast off Vim Burenism an -Lo
cofocoismes,will appear by the ;followings
GOViIRYOR' S ELEcrioiv.
of Milton, Nortinimbevland county; at. the
Governor's - election - opposed Jeseph Rimer* , -
and voted in favor of George Wolf orD enry
A. Muhlenberg. We espouse the course of .
,and advocate Ms election;
because we are opposed to the Snb-Treasu
Bill—io. Government Shin-Plaster4 and •
the measures,of Van Buren's A dministiltion •
with Which David R. Porter has'identified
himself. - -
S--Witter,----- ---4wstus-8 w
Riitiert - M'Guigani -- Jante S". - Dongel; -- - -
Jesse 'Schreyer, ' Daniel 'Miller,
L. L. Beidelman, George Lawrence,
S • GudYkunst, George Seitiinger,
Allen Schreyer, Jacob' Bastian; •' '
Martin'Risael, James WDanieli ,
John Market, G. • •
Paul Mastellet, Abreham_Schreyer,
Samuel' Schreyer, ••
Freak. Griodirian, • J.;;W, KaUffman,
Moses. BoWer, Josepli•Singly,
J. S. Peterqum, Stunner Weiss, • • r
- Lewis Lamm, i --George_A'.!.Sufder.,
Alenj. - Movvrer, , •
---- John reeleiii •'
Michael Worline,_ Thomai , Woodi,'i : :
John 'Rower, Jacob Nandergriff
Abner Robins, Isaac: Brotirrit ,
Thomas Montague; • RoberiVils r oti, ,-
Daniel S. Mackey * William Fitnittn;
James Therp, , CoWdeltsr'
Thomas S..Mackey4acob S;13611;••••1. ,
,We the Undersigned', 'leerily, 'concur
Daniel Blue, •", - Turbnt , ,,
James' BliVivn ! ' ' • (10:: ••-•:
Robert , Putiel.c , ' iscruaiitie. ,
Milton; There , ide ,morelithp' porter;
of Governer" Winer 'Who opposed ,
Hen in , 1835; SeVeralof them liai . i . notAtitl .
an opportiMittte'sigti the aho'vefiripgrpaiia
othetedo net t ' AvishAlkeir ,nameeitoaaptimi r r
in the public4nifitts' k !, - dlthough ,thsva&iltinft
and Jibe good ta*Cf ,t , ,
No doubt trl'ora .natneV
(led, if tlif opPe.ituriq offers; '
-thirp-4 1 17N 4‘.rvf.1yt. , 1). , e- , 14 , ..
peni,4tke thafriage'id, ,;1;,-3,i16;it
aged *KO Chaff egad
Thiteterring"' an' With'?ChtliT
and nnlit*lo.':'-:fr 04:'•
~,~ ~~j;~'fii~ 4 .t'T4R,