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, .; , RISAILIA •
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every TUESDAY . ApTERNOOI4, at Tyro 41oi•
-ADVEETISEMUNTS inserted at the usual rates
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- • ' Letters addressod•to the editor;oriliisinesi, MUST
•-• UE L PAID, otherwise:they will receive no at-
AGENTS. • -
The following named persons have been appointed
A g ents for the. " Carlisle Herald tc."Expoaitor," to
whom payment for subsoripuon and a,
an tie made.
D. _ SHELLY; Esq, Shiremanstown, Cumb. Co.
, Scorr Covr.a, Esq. NC - Wyllie -
P. Kocerrz, EK. Newburgh
1 . 11.05. W...gIIKESi Esq. Shipponsburg do . . q
Joust Wintur.ni.xcn, Esq. • ' do.
• J.lll.krEra,Esq. lloguestown • - do • ~
~..R..ly.U.sorii.Esq. Mechanicsburg., do '
Yirl.ll/011"..iturratiA4-Eifirliopewell- - 'sdo •• •
Dr. ASA Witiii;NCNY Cumberland d o
. Tuos. Blum, Esq. Bloomfield, Fern county.
_ BLACK, Esq. Londisburg , . do
viE ' , respectfully:informs the•inhabi.
Cants of Catfisle,Und the pubyr; 'generally, that
he still .resides at hit. Old Slawl,in North Hanover
street, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's bliair Manufactory,
- to carry on the' . _ •
Cabinet Making iltiv4siessy."
in i all its various branches. = He, ha§ lately turniihed
himself with a new and splendid 111[E4S.RSO.
&c. to_ accommodate all those who may havoc him
With a Call. tie returns his shie - eris.:tfiatiktf to - his
friends and "customers for the liberal encouragement
bestowed on lihnoind tolicits a vantinti.ance - of-their
patronage. - Ile batters himself that. bystrict atter' ,
tion to businesiiind . arAlisprisitiOn to please, to merit
And reeeivea-slaire.ef public patronage. .
One or Two Journeymen-Cabinet 114,kees .
wanted, to whom liberal wages will be given. An
apprentice taken to learn the above businesi,
if. well recommended. : •
• • CiAisle, Nove , ithetr . l7, 18.35.-6 m. - - •
VUBLie SALE. *
Y an order oftliiiiiiidians' - ,Cotet of - CuMber- -
Jill land roomy, liffrtxpose.to publicsale.on the
_ premises, on Monday - the 24th clit, -of beiiinber
next the followingteal estate of Jonathan lcitzrailler;
dee'd, to wit.--;-A 'tract of first rate
LIMPSTARNIE LAND _ , _._ _ __
.. sitnate lin the Trindle Spring road, about four miles
- below Carlisle containing abo acres, more or
-less, having an !elegant
-' • 1011rEzz,zavo OUSE ,
formerly kept as'a lionte of public entti 4 tainment titia
a first rate stone BANK BARN and other .buildings
thereon erected. There arc also two fine orchards
vm the premises. The laud is all cleared. The
, . property, will be -sold together or *parts aii - tVill
best suit_purchasers—upon the followingteemsine
third' ri•reinaiii in the hands of the purchaser, die -in
' 'wrest tohe paid annually to the widow; WO to be
paid on the confirmation of the sale; the reliant of
. ---- slotX:ronthe - lat - AprllflB39; - when possession-will-be
_ given; and 'the balance in tiro animal paynients 'With
- • 'out interest. , ,
' • - 40SB#II CULVER, Guardian.
bee. 4 ; 180. - . 4t
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• • , • Evangetical .111usic; _
77":27AN2The.Sacred_Milistreliand Sacred nail) tinted;_
, IL, consisting of a great 'variety of Pialm and Winn
l'unes;Antliems,SetPieces, &c. of the most approved
hturacter--4iy *H. ilickok and George Fleming
. edition, much enlarged and improVed. Pub
risked and for &ale by J. Whrtham, Philadelphia—J.
- U. Thektilt," Chamberiburg,"
Carlisle, Loomis, Pittsburgh---Yale ,and.
Wyatt, Richmond, Va.--zand P s earte and Besancon,
. Natchez, Miss. • -
• The publishers put forth This work with.a,view :to
tneet the wants Of the religious communityl_ond.fts
. yereption 'has beensuch_ris to nfford-the most flattering
assurance 'Thai They have, neither 'mistaken its wants
nor.vainly endeaVored to'supply them; very large
• leditionints in a slunk time been exhausted, and another
."billed for:' This "demand determined :the publish
ers to have the work storeotyped., and thus :be ens
. 'Weft. toke.ep up tt_sutiply.fOr_the
' This collection continue tunes siiited.to neat:ly,.eve
ty variety of measure, found' in
. The various Hymn
-Books titanic, enthraced n very large collection of
• , Psalm Aral Ilytun tunes. , Besides these,-it contains*
namlier--Ot-Int6resting -anthems, set. Octet); sacred'
songs, &C. etsy of execution - withoutthe aid-of instri
• lions of religious warship tonnected Witlithethristiatt
enterprize of The:present day.
TeaChers of Music, Musical Societies, dhoilies,_ri-
L- -hailers and 'ritheri,noliplied:on.the Most ncOonUltellat•!
ing terms . on
. lipplication to either of the publishers.
... • The , abiree'itiorliraa:y bi had,
sate or, .reteal, - aVtheloffice of ilia" Herald
and Expositor,", Carlisle, •
0 IL •
AT an Orphans° Court held on Menai , . the'l2th
day „of November, A. b. ispg, - ,antlrAipldpri at
arlisle in and for Cumberland county, before' the
•Moninable . John Reed, President,-and the Associate
„..11plgesof the , same court, ee c. the following pt:oceed
;ins w ere bad, to:wits • •
the. case cif tbe..l% Fit or.Partds on And:valuation
on the real estate of John McCollum, late; of South
' iimptoti tOirtialliti; deceased; atild'airit liaiditgetiein re
,storned .f.Tacuted, ycas contirpted, and rulo on; heirs,
&c.--now; to 12th" November,l 838, on ' motion
",'of Samuel Hepburn; Rsljtiikei . alists:rule'aiwpided) on
the heirs and legal representa tives of said'intestate,
appear at a stated OrphaitsiCilurtita to Weld at 'Cur
on,,T.peadaY 29 .0 - 44') of, January, aVitt
o'clock; A. and acce p t , or refuse . to accept of e
reitl'vetsite. of .riaid:ddeeitteil, et thd'valuation undam.
Praiacyn&dtlwreof,oraltow ciotee why gip, 'loe, should
not'besold:' •-- '" 4 '‘ ' ' ' . •
I' 7 %Cio n lfe ria r ld ; C o tin Oi; •
„Certified. copy 'front the. tveorite•,of the
Orphan's C,outt 'dainty. • z:1" , 1 - ,
7,1, : 1
Ntivetiitei 113 . 48 ;4 4 w;.' 1 . : 1
MIAl s 1 , 4114 and :figqed bomilaziouS : valiCt and
' Or. . • • ARNOTip Ccr
REV EIVE ' D a 10,0 '417 sOlhorihr
Pc sale hy • • , a•BARN
IRO Ea.Myr.J3., spa, kr 'isle ;genuine ,fill:TVrP .1 0 44 .
11doks ant Ern for sale br DAt MITE
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Y virtue of a sundry writs of V enditioni fitponai
to me directed, issued gilt of the Court' of Com
and county, will be exposed to public tale at. the
Oottrt HOuse in the bormigh of Carlisle, on Saturdqy
the sth day of Anadrg next, 24 1 .. D. 1359, skt i 0 foltlock,
A. M. the following described fettl estate, to wit:
-:-/L-tot of Ground, situate in the boronkh
or Carlisle, Cumberland county, containing 60 feet in
breadth - and-240 feet in depth, more or less, having
.., thereon erected a large
i' 1 1 1 11 IVO, sToitsr -
_,.. ~ 191RICir 11 .E OUS4
and Brick Office, on Pomfret street, and Two Story
LOG HOUSE, • on Church Alley, bounded by F'om
fret street on the south, a lot .of Samuel Ensminger,
and Miss Ramsey on the West,.Church Alley on the
North, and other property 9f Catharine Quigley on
the east. _ ,
Also, 'a part of a 'Lot of Ground, situate.
in the borough. of - Carlisle,` eontaining.-30
. feet in
breadth, and.24o feet-;n depth,• more or less, baring
thereon erected a ..swo 'story_ frame - hetyke t :weather
boarded, and a frarne * Sbop, hounded on the south by
Pomfret street, 4st-hyOther property Of Cidlt+
arise-Quigley, on the aorth-by- Church .Alley, on the
east by lots of George M'Feely, John , Hays and others.
Seizeilaiid taken inesecntion asthevroperty of Cath
arine Qiiigley;ciccedsed. - •
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- Algo v a Tract of_ Land situate_ an _South-.
Middleton containing 320 Acres, more or
less, adjoining lands of Brabant, Hews Per
fer,Gilbert Searight,Jacob Rioter, Jonathan _Rude,
and othersi,having thereon created a two story LOG
'• , - HOUSE, and - one FRAME HOUSE,
- antic small Log Barn, and two excel
lent wells of water. Seiied and taken
, .4 in execution as the pioperty of James
Moore, and to he sold by me
JOHN MYERS, deriff.-
Sherifra Office; - -
Ovirlisle, Dec. 10;183E.
• --: - Snerty. Sales...
vietue of sundry ‘Writs of Venda am Ezponas to
me. infected 'issued out of the Couit of Common Pleas.
of Cumberland Comity„-ivill' be exposed to Public
Sale at the 'court house in the borough of Carlisle ,
Saturday 'thel2th da,yo7 January, 1819,at ten . o'clock
A. 51, the following de:Scribed - Beal Estate to trip.
-,,A tract •of land -sttuate 'in , inekinsan
ToWtisbiP,CumbeCland county; bounded by lands of
John Westkley, ROyers, the Yellow Sty
then creek, Dr: William MboresheirS, and others,
-containing 150 acres more Or less, htts'ing thereon er
ected a large Wealtherboartlid 'dwelling . House, Log
Barn and other improveMente, with two tenfmthouaes
E. 4. Seized and taken.% Execution attlte property
of William Weakley,
• Also,—A lot ground situate its the no:
rough of Carlisle, coutainig 12 . 0 feet in depth in Tie&
ford street and 120 feet in breiTth, on locust alley, ad ,
joining lots of the- helm-of Joseph knot, eecerosed,
thereon — er'eceted a lal'
double two stone.house a two story 'frame house.'and
frame stable.—Seized and taken in eiieutiort as• the
property of John McCartney,
Lot qf Ground situate en the borough of:Carlisle,
ConThinitig.bo feet in breadth, and 140 feet in depth
the East, The -Main Street on the south, piddle. square
omthe west, anti an alley on the North, having there
nil erected a large two Story Stone House and six -
Brick tenements, each too Stories.High,—Stized and
taken in ts'ecutlon tes htfe Property of John Harper,
./01114 I.tY RS, Sheriff..
Sheriffs office, .
Carlisle, Dee. 17,183,11.5 - •
••-•547.• •aye t r... ero
GENERAL COMMISSION AND
Nos. 3 & 4 Centro: Block; Broca St. Philadelphia:
Are prepared 'to receive end effect sales of any ,Pro
duce, Pro`visionh or Merchandise, which may be en
trtisted to chimp.
liberal Advances will be Made, when required,
until sales are , effected. All goods to be_forwarded
by Rail Remit or Canal, destined West, will receive
pronipt attention. -
‘-) 'Robert Pleraing, -
-WW-11.—Tliortipson 8c CO.
0 .3 Johnston &.Tingley,,
ca • -
c ) 4'. Logan Smith, Esq. Car 'ea,
Bank at Chambersburg, Pa.
=.c - King & Holmes, - -
D. 1 4, Kings, Rigby & Anderson •
Macshane & Kelly',
_l4 Atwoodolones & Co. - • ,
Edward G. Palle & Co.
-Sterling, Wade E.s Beebe, N ea l F or k .
Samti6l M'Allister CO Co.
William Crooke 4.$ Co.
IsT. B. Produce left at the Waiehornses of !Teary
Rhoads, Carlisle, or, George W. Layng, Harrisburg,
for As, shall teceive prompt attention.
Philadelphia; Dec. 10, 183 , 0„e—.601.
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'lslie `Farmers Cabikiet,
Devoted to agriculture, Horticulture and
• ' Rural L'conontys
-Published by JOIN Lin rtr,lVo 45 Forth Sitth Street,
PhiladelphiaLprice $1 perye_or, monthly. _Subscrip 7 !
tions'taken hysJotts J. MYKES, Bookseller, Carlisle,
of whom the tat and 2d Volumes,•in strong binding,
may be obtained; price $1,25. Also, •
inirtltAnits , 'CAtuumitil.
'Devoted' - to Literature, Inetruction,
_ userhent,Yeniale Biography, /Y.C.,
Price' One Dollarper_year,-monthlv;r Porthellest
_Valtune- - ortliiii work we lead 12;600 sulaletibetss
snbscriptions to which• maybe hail 40 abet* 4 14eitly
/5.11./2C 'tIV_ORCA J OSS, agent:,
Carlisle, October SO, 1833. •
Craig,J3elias, and alealien,
-To' .Protect the Public 'Squatis
MHE people of Carlisle; by' their 'Toirit 'Coition
assembled, hereby, enact; ,That it ebonite And
hereby le deolaied to • be. Unlawful for. any person or .l
Persons to ride; lead biAilte any horse or other ani
mal over upoi or , through either of the public squares
orthe borough; which are Within the bouatlarles bf
thepasements,s,uo -alleys:lo)th surround the tartlet
Nod it shall be ' and,herebi is declared to be !Intim.
ful. for "any' person' or persons to occupy'' Any 19999 of
the said sqnsres, withina,.saill.bbuFidunes with we
or , varriaget; Of a lat *Rh any deposit
10 141YoS4'. And salve t . Or- persons; - who shall ve...
Mate' he - provisions of chill ordinanee shah forfeit and
thefstiar of. one: 4OII4TVOF iiith'grence,.:to be, re
snits!red as debts Ince amount are recoverable. )
HIPOK: WA.l* eitorlr. P . l
--Attest—;•Thos4.-Trituble;Clerh: - . ' ,
- ,;'''Carlisle;Decentbee 13, 1353,44;r.
Itat i lleavei - hiiti Siiiiniatik clOttis; euita' bid rot:
Q 4 , 7o4rookia; ; iee,f4iesiii.it '',- 7 f .., '..,..7 , ' A ' . 1 . ,; t ,, ,,.: , `: .
-.' oy. 3t) ' 1 - 7 - -- 7 ---: - IiRNOLD k - ta; --
, i'.14 ,,, r-I-JEISTIIECELVEth')‘
Printed and'Pubt'islied; jirVekty,- by tileorge in Carlisle, Cumberland Ci r
.'"ATAULTABLE REAL' ESTATE
. . • Foi.. Side. —
gmst 'rate Limestone'. Farm, situate in di West.
• pennsboroUgh township, Cumberland• county,
minded Sy lands of William Dunlap, Isaac Good
bait, Dalsbey-Biklet, Georige Itea - ,'Wta. Palm and
othei.s, about 9.miles west olOariitle, in sightof the
turnpike and the raillioadoiontaining about '
One Hundred and Thirty Acres.
AboufEIC.IRTY ACRES are cleared and Ina high
State of. cultivation. • . The balance is well timbered,
and there is'a.trcat quantity of Locust on the placer -
The itnproventents are, a—_--
I•IrlIA•!1. trw.o STORY
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With a never-failing Well of water c lo se by the door,
and an excellent frame Barn, and two firat rate Apple
If the abeVe property is tilt sold at private sale be
fore the Oth of December next, it will be offered on
said day aril o'clock at public sale, when conditions
of sale wilt be maddirrneivii.by thelteirs;i:Forfur. -
ther particulars enquire of:
ALEX. Pict (IL LO UGH'
• ; - -- on the premises.
Itovember l 2o, 1858.---ts. • • , . •
ccrrlte Lancaster Ilenald EI Examiner will insert
the above - 4 weeks, and charge this office.
Dlt. - 1. V.-LOOMIS,
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-NPENDS residing permanently in Calisle, :nul-
I would respectfully offer hie professional. services
to the citizens'of lite jblece and vteiuity.
..He has , taken foetus at Colonel Ferree'! Hotel,
-where he may be foOntt at all hours. ~
Persons requesting it will be waited Upon at their
J . - Dn. Detint 1:1:‘ PotiLks;.
Reference, --- lin."l'nzononz AlYsne, . •
. . Itat;..Tncia.'CA'neasfrort.
- - - • . - ... Dn. DA%' IMIAILAN.' * .
. tutd lOpochondii
'Mr. William Salmon, Green strect;aboie Third
sweet; Philadelphia, affilcted_.:for. sever,al. years. with
the folltAving distressing sympteins 'Sickness at the
stomach, head-ache, diziiiiess, palpitations of the
heart, impaired appetite, sonictimea acid and putres
cent eructations, coldiiess and weakness of the ex
tixritiities; emaciation and general debility, disturbed
rest, a sense of preasure and weight at - the stomach
after eating, nightmare great mental despondency,.
severe flying7paios the cheat, liack, and siJCP, cos.
tivencss, n-dislike for' society, or_conversation,
antarysighing uml wee and lassitude upon
the least exercise. •
Mr. Salfrion had *died to the molt eminent
slcians, who considered it beyond the power of meili-;
eisie - .to restore him to health lie - ever,•as his Wilk
kions had reduced Min to it'very deldorable condition,
and having been recommendedly it relative of his_to
hike trial of Dr. William EVIIIIO Medicine, Ill; with
difficulty repaired to the office and procured a pack
age, to which, he says, he is indebted for Ids restore r
all the blessings of perfect health: Persona desirous
of further infnmat:on, will be. satisticit with every
particular aids astonishing cure at Dr. Evans' Me
dical office, No:19, North Bth street, Philadelphia.
-The above medicine is for sale.at the office of die
'Herald & Expositor, Carlisle.
Vutnber/and county, as.
_ N'the case of the cltation to the heirs
A . nod legal representatives of 'James
: k S. augh, late of SilverSyring township,
ilee'd, to appear at an. Orplinne Court
- ttFtre - lielil - at - Carlisle, in mid for said
~,,, ‘ i county, on Tuesday the ertli tlny of No
vetubcs•, 11538, and accept or rause to accept' of The
the real estate of said decedent at The Vntwation &c.
Said citation being returned duly served to the satis,.
faction oc . the"cour,t, and said patties being called in
• open court, n;(1 lime of them answering. On 'notion
of Mr fiddle, rule awarded 'outlie said licirsto appear
sat th - c nett state Orplians'Ctinccin - btheld an - Tiffs;
Bay The ekli day 4.lanuary 48;0, at.Carlisle, in .and
for said county, and skew cause why, the said real eV
tare should not.be sold, •
—Certified - exyri4t: frau — did - err OreliTi - of the,
TIIOS. CRAIGIIEAD, 71;1: 0. C
Deo 10, 1838. ,1
T RTTERS'of Administration on tie estate of Rev.
L Joshua Williams; 1). late of West l'ennsbo-,
this dayisitied in tine Torm of Law'to the subscriber,
who resides in West Periesborough township, afore=
said •,' All persons /wring m s,or- demands against
the estate of the said decedent are requested to make
known the tame without delay . ; and those indebted to
Said estate to pay their said debtsto
L. H. WILLIAMS, Atiner.
December 10,1838.-6 w •
Roan HORSE, ten years old, trained
47.47 1 511- CHAS.
Seuteraber 0,1838. ' , , .
—LTI-E:.partnerslti; heretofore existing winter thS
c s ol a kt r i t. n - u stl e t t l o te
of. William B. Mullen, who wjU
factUra paper as , heretofore._ -, • .
. -• WILLIAM B. MULLEN: ,
.FRESII - oritocrattE s
IttißT , teselved .a lot of Loor tuul Brown Sinew,
ltiee,;".Molinses, Nutmegs', Clo Yes, and
very,fitie Tea—rsold low for tssh.
BAELS'' Stiokerel,Tan't :half barrels •
flii.ilistre,cOvell,and for sole, as
' • • • • ' • ' OWEN '3I:cCA/3E.
Flarrieburg, 5ept...1,40835. • ; .
SOFT. SHELL ALMON DS ,
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tAlli.Dirifip ....Larooller, Drub, Steel
rowo . , v ue, fie ' arsons mod .4titid/ealti.tiod Cop.
*figs, for solo usually 1W:40ot the Store of.
ACO . .
''- , • f 4.1 . • ' ~ „4.10LD. •
Sept. IS. ' . .. , :t:,, - ,:` , : ,i",.•!. ~".: :, ,:, • .
T001.10A141) „1198110g-giroTri Alum,Salt
. ai'i4•4o • Snelkte LiVeriviol . Salt, Aititon wicks
kistreCeiVed - and for; igle law for , • - s
• ' , ovvzy_AL;piair..
Trnrs , islitiit , ;• Sept' #.411.1118: . "•:"; • 4
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C AME to the plantation of the aubtairiltee in Mirth
1111 d (111 Oar r wil sh ); on the ItTi ., ,or!Ne
.41 ';inas4 o t/P 1 uf f L-GAlNlR„•nbnbt
- N 3 er. i'fooe o v reti stt whit 4
' " ' •rh iivock:ll .'40164.16 , 06ti0
&' t '
. . 1 4 1 11 1• 0/tat4mlin l
g.l9'ivah • •
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.i rE5.:.n.41:1 . :i4 . *1p.E4.7r . 0 Om, pz c..4'..1i . ipit:9l,e; Al as ..
TILE COUNTERFEITERS. .
He must be a iniserabkvillain indeed,, who
would place the life of a fellow 'being iri
dahger, fo'r' the purpose of raaking
- TO HONEST - CITIZENS. •
What do •Druggiste prose by making and selling
Counterfeit .Pdli purporting to . be
tet..-Thatthey are•withoitt:uosturriul *oscine
= principles.. . • • • . •
2d. ,, -That no Other Medicine la required by the
other. pills in the Same way they to - limndreth's?—
Si mply berause ins others Save Eranslreth's Vegetable
Universal Pills ever effected , the extraordirfary cures
that these Pills are known*--entvelriAt.t.T
to have effected.--
There never was a person who used the -
•-• . . •
,- -IT-EGETABLE NIVERSAL
Whii did riot recommend them in terms of
- j.:4lte mostrunequalled praise., -
_Nevertheless, these (counterfeiting druggists have
done &are doing the character ofjlic Genuine it' great
deal' of injury; but it is hoped that Individuals will
-not allow themselves to be deceived by-designing per
sansi.,7Whoie only object is to make money; - a - ndWlio
are perfectly cureless of consequences. It is a matter
of no importance to them 'whether the poor 'child is
-rescued from a- bed of sickness and restored 'to the
Yearning-arms of its parents, or whether him on whom
n lm ge family rely solely upon ,for support, is pre-
Nerited from filling an early and Int - timely. grave. The
time may-coins when the greatneas of their guilt shall
Leconte clear fftheirtenighted understandings.,.and.
'then it is hoped therwill endeavor t? make Cane a
Every authorized agent, has a co . liPerplate eertifi"- -
cute of agency,. find haw it exhibited. id his store. Ne
ver purchase unless this is seen; and-have Seine- re
gard also to . .the character the agent beam among his
fellow citiz ens ` . • 116 Must he nuierabreVillain whit
would place the life of a fellow creature in danger for,
the . yurposeiof makihg money. •
Brawlreil;'s Officett in ..pliitsiteiptda.
Printipal, No. 8. North Bth Street. • • _
Minor office, No. 43, Chestnut'Street,neartd st.
Remember the above .officers are kept exclusively
TOi the Side of the true and . gennine DnuidiTth's Pills.-
rho - following persons are "duly authorised Agents
for the county of Cumberland;
. in the State penu-
I l jvania, whose respective names are:. -
- ••GEORGE W;.HITNER
CULBERTS.ON; Shippenibtirg , •
JOHN MOORE,Wezvville..• - ' .
.N. B. No druggist, apothecary. or pedlar, is al
lowed to sell the. genuine Brandreth's Pills, under any
"cirettnistance. whatever. . Also observe when• you
purchase or any advertised Agents, that they haves
.certificate otlagentyi - signed - and - sealed - by - me — -
B. BRANDREI WM.
B,•North.Bas Strect, Philadelphia.
August 8, 1838.--Iy.
Famous tore for Ilielithenft
nudism and oilier, Pains.
MUCH need not be said in relation tO this wmaier
ful remedy, as the proprietor feels cOnffilent that
when.aPplied, it will,as can be proven byDietiumbe
of respectable persons,
: elect an entire cure - Of - the
Rheumatic Kid other pains: It-had not until lately
been his int ration to make it public; but by the re
ticent applications of his neighbors, and the wonderful
cures it has effected, he feels it a duty he owes to
society as well as to himself, to make stmore genet
rally known, and-at the same time have it put near
as lie can within the reach 'of all who may be afflicted
Iluadreils of names could be published or persons
who have been cured by this celebrated 'Medicine;
but the following are selected from the tuft's; as be
inglimply sufficient to fittest its powers. ,
John Srove David Ilender,.•-,Jacob L. Nagle
P. Lintlennith, George Fisher, John Alsbaugh
C. Stoner, John.Coover,, Samuel Pena) ,
- Aaron P-Linitemuth-jr.-'-SatnCel -Young
Hobert Dirkiirt, H. Richardson, 7.lacobWorlich
tfltnry AlsTaugh, Diffenbaugh, Jacob Mier&
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— Mount Joy, A'ugast - 25,1:836. - .
All Otters from a distance addressed to the sub:
scriber, Mount Joy, Lancaster county, will be prompt
ly and faithfully attended to.
• • SAMUEL-LOUCKS.
Mount Joy ;Feb. 7, 1857.
The above medicine is also for sale by . •
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among European and AmericanDentists,to manufae
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made-of rations sizes and shades. •, •
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Zroin the Philacklphia National Gazette.
TO THE HONORABLE JOHN Q. ADAMS,
WASHINGTON, -D. C.
Dec. 10th, 1818.
MY DEAn 1304-,
The general resumption or specie -pay.
meats. -presents a fit 'occasion. to close our
correspondence - with an explanation of 'the
Bank - cif the - United - States in-regard tti that
subject.. This shall be done briefly and I"
finally... - . - _ . .
----On-the-10th- of-May,-183.7, : the-Banks- tie -
New York suspended specie paymente, and,
their example was immediately and neces
sarily followed by the other Banks in the
United States. --- The - C6tintty was thus pli T
ced in a situation of extreme difficulty, frorri
which-it-could -be-extricatated only_by _in
stant and vigorous measures for its protec
tion. _ The dangers were—the total prostrar
tion of its credit and 'charactr abroalthe I
depreciation in prices of Wits public se
curities and its staple •productional-and,
last and worst; that the_defensive remedy .
of suipension might ,be protracted until it
became itself a disease. - it was manifest
too that the calamity had- outgrown the:ca
pacity of mere politicans,--that the country
mist take- itself—and as,. in times of peril,.
'the voice-of the humblest citizens may some
times be heard 'Wove the tumult; my, tvn
-personal-position seemed to justify the-as
sumption of instant anddeep responsibility.
Accordingly; at the very mckuent when this
national misfortune occured, immediate
measures were - opted ,to mitigate and to
repair it.- :' Of these in the order.- ._
' 1. Aware thatAhe first - intelligence of the
auspension would degrade the character of
the-country, and subject us to` the reproach
of bad 'faith 'and insolvency, , I--addressed"
you apublishedletter, which_went to Europe
at .the same trine-with the nows Of. the sus
pension,„. in -which I ventured to pledge
myself for. the fidelity of our--countrynien:-
In that letter; of the 13th of "May, 1837.
I said:—"ln the meantime two great auties
devolve...on the Bank and the country.
The first regards foreign-nations;—tlie - sec-
ond, our own. We owe a debt to for
no 'means large for-our-resour
ces, but disproportioned to our present
means of payment.- We must take care
,late measure shall not seem to lie
an of to avoid the payment of ourhonest
ao drunk the produce of their industry,
too much of all perhaps—but that , is our
faultw-nor theiria—We may take less here
after,--but the country is dishonored unless
we discharge that debt to the Uttermost
farthing.” . .
For this purpose—the early and total dis
charge of our debt to foreigners—the whole
power of the Bank of the United States was
devoted, In such a crisis it was evident
-that-if-resort-was-had to. rigid_curtailments,_
the ability to pay would. be ,proportionally_
dirninishect—while the only thus . system
was, to keep the country as much at ease'ns
consisted with' its, safety, as to enable the
debtors to, collect their resource's for the
purpose the Bank, though entirely out of
its cources of business,_and in some degree
of collision - with its own excluaive interests,
assumed an active agency in collecting the
debts of the Bank of ' Englattgave every
.facility_for _therecovery_ of.....all_debta;____and_
stimulated our country Men -to this duty by
earnejt and constant appeals to their hop
orlotl_their_true_interest. With what a
generous emulation that appeal was ansyyer--
ed you well know,for it touched a chord
which -lies deep in all American hearts. If
the universal.distress which pervaded the
community could not be witnessed without
a painful sympathy;—its melancholy was
redeemed, by the, high and- manly spirit
which is roused , throughout the country.—
For never, on - its most ' glorious fields of
battle, was there displayed a - mote lofty
sentiment of hOnor and ,courage than was
then exhibited. -
The honest payment of debt,—the home
ly duty of private life—was elevated by its
-universalit!--.:intoa - -,sentiment--of- national,
honor,- , os thewhele eountryin massipiess
ed. forward to its performance,' as. to some
sacred. and patriotic obligation. Whatever
could be paid, was paid instantly and cheer
fully; what it, was impossible to pay,at onee,
was secured with ample interest for the de
lik, -with- an--utter abandonment ._.ot mere_
selfiahnessi'and 'a disregard of any .pecuni•
cry Sacrifice necessary 'to fulfil thetr.tittgage
:tents. ' Accordingly - the marine in which
the United States haveoeftled their immense
commercial, debt - to ' Etirope is S . ' listing
monument!Of theiriniegrity. .No country,
eoildhaire 'better 'performed its duty.'--:
Eienidthe talmnst'moiriontii Of presper4:
su c h'a settleirseit,COUltlikearcely be intagin-, ,
iaas tial'itenoitiPlisheil amidst the ''Kenerb ,
al wreck ind .ionftiition•kif all its great niter‘,
:este 'tvith inihich'theentintry *as . ififirted.,
einciumiOnlethit- the general' it'idit
Of tifill,nediintrf.. never 610 P4'lltiOsi • khan at_'
thilioiciiitent;—;- - kit it his now earned' a die;
44lita;iiiiiii the: Government
_tif the United'
Statei liC the - only 'Ooverstment On _eittli
that'' hati'; ever.. paid; tci : thii ;lasi Cent" - its
national i_41:4,,. the people, of the' United;
States have" discharged their Private engage-',.
menti4o an inieptaitilett;Adelityk44 eivl
it :glory this; wortli, a thoitismilyietotiee. ,
` --- In - thn - midst - ilf Itiedetioiiiiliftitift ; o64.6.l
ter, of oui E .inotititioiia":=: , was - thi***l4, - ; „
SQUlbtnation of pnlitleittnis in Pen liitiit
i'llo-in4eitOed-10.iiiibli$14;lie 0 1110 1 1
iif-**tWeiti t lllgetTlh# •* . cf. - ;' ' 0
lit/ 414- off** ' 10ii . , 1 4 1 5 4 1T10N 1 444
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islature, : liasfliable 7 te - be annulled by: any_ ensionied channels these operations Were
_legislaturerand still more ef
. relie r.h
quished and now theave totally and
fectually by : any political called a . finally, ceased. -. •- , •
... • . •
Conveption-,.-which is only another' form ---- .. ll.l.••During these moverrients it became .. •
(07:extraordinary . legislation,—and •an at- -i In portant to Underatand iiistinctly the course ••
tempt, was, announced to , cagy that - dogma • of.the' Government. Innty_letter_to y.ou_of -
• . •
innieffeet. at a Convention then approach-- oth of APiii last, I stated My "conviction
•., that there could be no-safe or pernianent- •
hag. • The assertion of such a.riglithY•the
State Government, to amitial all its eitg:Age- " restimptiod . of spocie ;payments - by the - •• . •
• `..' Banks until the - policy - 9f the Government ',
ineets•to fereigriers, put forth itt-a its_
when the Country was laboring under n .. , ..‘ towards them was . changed." . This
temporary" 'inability to pay : its debts, ,• was change-was soon and happily Made: .On
calculated to destroy- .all - ,eolifitleuce in. Alm: the 30th of May the ;specie: circular, re
integrity of 'our Arriericaninstituttons,-,,end quiring payments in coati in , •the Land Of; • -
I therefore ilaid.to you in 'my letter ."'l'his face; was repealed - by •Congrese. On the ~
must:not-bc;•-.-.-It-inust-ba:-decideci T tv-liether
Coin mall payments to that, •'''
this Pennsylvania of ours is 'a-virtuots gem- anrYrreilnirtng_
munity or e
_mere society of plunderers— .i- Government, was negatived. • In the month " .
net-will-the-honor of • the-State be relieved 1 of - duly the Government agreed to receive -
an anticipated meat of ,the bonds of the .. •
either - it ' home or abroad from, the. stain
whieh a few" small. politicians 'wish to
. fix Bank to the amount of bet Ween .f.offr and "
five millions of
,dollars in a credit to the
solemn declaration .that there is no' • ' '
Upon herounil the Convention adopts Somel
power -I'reasurer on the• books of-.the, Bankand _1- .....:
in this nation , capable arrangements were-made for the ,more dis- -- of violating the Sacred -
Tiara-public disbursemnts in themetes of-the
engagements - of the StateuetTioritiew. ---- • Thai
should be done, and if" any efforts of mine These
- - Bank., arraegementS; as honorable
to the -Executive.. officers, as 'they • were • -
may evail,.that.shall bp done forthe honor
cf thieState, for.the character, of her sister. - beneficial tn. the_ enblic service; brought the. ''• ,
4.lferation. , fori__-:'.7
States,' and• for the stability..of our- popular Government into efficient . cc
institutiond." " - - 1 '-• .• : •-; the seStablisliment• of tho_ currency,' and - -
opened tile:" way • to -a - resumption
.co specie ~-
AccOrdingly, when the Convention met,•• •
one_of he inosfdeaded Rea; was thefollow- p a Y m q ntsr • l
tooklitade throughont the middle States-on
ing - resolution passed on the .61st' of
the lath of August,: and In :inany of the - - •
States soon. after:.. •'• •
November, 1837. , __ ' --
.• . • .
'' ' southern and - Western , .
'Resolved, That it 'is - the sense of this .V• It remained only to aid - some of the : •
Convention that a charter •ijuly• - granted u - n- -- '
. , . , l Southwestern States' fer'the • Caine Objects.
der an act, of • Assembly; to a Bank or-other ,
; Thar-activity in 'extending their publicand
private - corporation, is,. when accepted , al.
. •private improvements had made them debt- . • . *
contract_with the partied to whom the gra rtt_ i '_Or States;and ilepiteiated____theit_curiene3 , r
ek.lna_de;'.and 0 .
such. charter. lie unduly I litt - its excess. - But they had .abunda . nt re.. .-
granted or' - ittibsoffiteirtlk• - tnisuied;iir - inay '-- ' - ••"•• ' '''' - d peri l iet, willingness to pay, 04:
. sources, all
be' voided by - - the' judgment of h- Court -;_ a ll -_
ll thet t Was,Aeede . ti7seereeil_tLLbe-' n lenger
Justice in due course of law, "and not other- I 2 ' • '
, period" oreerut . t their .exhansted meansis7- - -
wise, •unless' in poirsuanceof a power ei7; so as to dertvelrom theappcpaching Crops -
preislite.ierved • in- the charter.":' -• .. --1 by a short anticcip...iiiMi,..ability to Meet their .''
' The obligation of they state Legislature-to' engagments,,,•• The 'bank -of the Unite - -
fulfil all theirengagerrientS inhde with" Legislature
- States has 'rid 'its ittincist - endeavors for. •
eigners—and the aniiety of .individuals to that purpoa; :by making advances to the
Tay_their.foxeiguAelikailieiogAlls establish-amount of: many-_ millions:to _ilie - lianks lujr.__ -
edolie next care was -to -enable,-both to. those-States; all of Whom will, - ii -iiPreinm , ' .-
comply with their contracts acaslittlesacri- ed by the-month of• January, resume specie' ••
'fice-as.posdabie. — lt - was due to . foreigners- _payments, and thus complete the circle of
- that every debt should be paid—it was due resumption - throughout theivhole Unimi. ' •
to ourselves to - make the most of our , re- Apd now,- upon . reviewing' the events •
sources .in the settlement. .NowJhese re- which - followed file suspension, it is a course, - ---•
sources_consisted _mainly in the public scut
_of great gratification to see that all that' it. •
rides, and the • staple productions ,of the. was designed to do; has lieen — cloite. -' --•
country. The shock of suspension would - It Was proposed to protect the- character
'of course sink both to the lowest point oh -of the country from .the first shock of the
oifiression, and it seemed expedient, to - save; - suspension=-=to - effect . -the honorable . dim- •
them from . sacrifice • by . two measures ap- charge of our foreign - debt with' the least -
plicable to each. - ... , +,.. ... sacrifice of the property:of the debtors.:-.-to .
There can scarcely be any form of seen-
vindicate-the good faith of the State Legis
latures-to .dillcourage all 'premature • .0.--
lily. more-safethanthe 'pecuniary engager,
tempts to resume—but, by a cautious -delay
inents of 'the States. They have a most
.for those States . which were' less prepared.
luxuriant soil--valuable products---infinite
accomplish a universal resumption, ' .Alf,..
natural advants—untiring industry •in .
. these done, and the troubles of. the country
developing them: - They have every thing
have happily ceased. • .
but money,—and for that .theyare . able to
•Of the intere, it is tliflicuk to speak; but
_pay,_entl willing to pay, triuelfmore than the
less productive industry of . Europe Can af • -
- kid to pgy.
.Their loans tee,' instead of will no longer occupy its past position.— . .
go 1 The Bank4:of the United States had'eeaset I
being wasted in wars or extravagance,
to be a national institution
in 1836, mu 1 •
to the direct improvement of the borrowing
. was, preparing to occupy its'new' place as • a
Statesso that there can be no better ap-
State Bank when the troubles;of 1837 fort
pheation of the means of anyEnropeon ca pi: ,
i ed - ititr sometlegre-baelc-intcrits - -tdd-pos - i-' •
taliet than. to double his income by-Ameri
apd .it then devoted all its peower to
ran investrnents. Yet all these require i Lion;
.carrying the . country unt) rt •
knowledge.--local information---the means_' assist' •in
. through its recent - troubles. Having - do! ai•
of exciting coefidence; and At .was, thought
this,. its „extraorditearY duties ceased. 3' ,or
- most expedient - .to establish an ' American ,
a the fu ture,it abdicates this involuntary po' .v
nney in London, as the common • centre '
' er. It-bas-nolongersny-responsibilitY-104-he .-------
and the genera support of allameriCao se ,
Union. It has longer any controvers lee
eurities, , -.-where;, • in addition to the appro- i
.the I Governmentith the Of the Union. • It '
priate: business of die Bank. itself,
•I t e eLdeeired ...only reps,_ . ' and it will to le
ptiblie__andirate - tottiels o ft - the - State
• .. -- rite-rank hereafter; as_esimpleState heti - :tu
might'.find shelter and protection. -. . .-_ _
I Lion, devoted excluaivelytsolts own. ape , end -
In like .manner the derangement of the I. c
-onc ' erns.
currency placed • the staples of the South ''
I. rej otee,:_torkilnd4his nevi. position of.'`..tho
entirely at the-mercy of the foreign purcha- I 'bank abiolyeenre4rent Many- dares and de.;
ser, who could have dictated .the . terms of tiesltt-the general confusion of po . .tblio
sale to the prostrated planter. ' It 'vast affairs during'the last two years, it has , been
thought-proper to avert that evil by employ -l ot to be- more Prominent than my own.%
ing .a • large portion of the capital of the • 1 1- 1 1 Ze„ at i on 'prompted, and often. to as sume
Bank - in - making advances on Southern pro- a station which-would a have -- better - fitted
duce.-- This-had two effeetis - 4-the first was - others.
f ßet nubile Calamities - jUstilly .th e
to provide remittances to paYitsoWn bond's ' apparent. orwardness they reqUired,a s great,
in-England, issued-to the New York nier- . dangers are met• by defying -them.. My -. 1
chants, in their extreme distress, for as the taskis now ended—and I gladly withdraw -
-Bank - eeuld -, not - oVeconree_ PiTcltas__.h..egte._._ f rom ma c :,'yei;-ca ryinE t - -.-.
•sta.ple,it._made_adeatices±u.pon them fru ; the _ vu t
me ' the-only- . -satisfaction-Vever-sou ght-in-
South, receiving' in ..,exchange - bills on theneile consciousness of having dot e
N to ,the country as a good :citizen..
Ettrope..' The-second effect was to intro- - my
duce into the market a new' aotnitti . t , iC e t c o, .. li ith great regard, _yours, die...
it'd thne • Prevent the UnaOnditiOnal . mi .
...• ,- N. BIDDLE.
-of "the. planter to the foreign purchaser.—
Vheietadvanciti..weremade, not as "in past
yenta on the Mere Perdtmal sceurity•CT the - !
rheieliarititiltich•the • conftision of all pri.
'fret!. Credit Would• heini - retaered igid- haiard-:'
S , ons,-L«biit, on the actual •shipinent-S& the
produce - to ewArnerliati house in England,
'.*illing' and 'able to prateet A.merican • proper
ty frinn:the reales waste With which it has
,too tiftea tliro,Wn into the tnarketovith
an .tontire disregard, of. all Amerieau • tort.;
eats. '..• ' ' • '• - ..
• The combination of, these, causes.--tile
apidication of capital on this side and. the
prudent reserve , on the other - 6;4nm° caved
to the planting intereits t an amount t)r \thieh
it ifi difficult to
_estiteeie below ten or lateen
millions of dollars. - -1. , believe,'. too,' that
nearly onelalf of Atm commercial debt a
this country.to-Eutepe has been 'paid by
mere tlifterimOe-Octween tbe,noleal Nato of the thanksgiving festival was celebrated
theisieuritlettadd •statilee•--eed` the Wines, atAlitriothatio-Hoapitali4N:troreester,-, Masc. --
tlieti'Vretild , liaife realisedthey . beett 1 in great style. Thu maniacs - feasted'ssn
dirovin,uiforbteeted bite tke hande'ef geni, • ! kies and mince pies, and in the eyenieg, f 4 ,
o titi s ; , '; -- Thersk 7 incietureff, #er'ioallehlitilY° the., number of eeVenty Jor 'eighty;:,; Ar 3 / 4 1 , ..ct
iirittioi** - *pitititti..7x.thit,Ywere measur=es merrily in the great hall to their o - 1 ~ ei,
,dtoiniOricy,adopted 'lti the ' midst 01 :tt - , claitie. °he Of gill AhOst ferloWt o ': :‘ .
pubfialoalerrilt) attilci-beiliNOntiPugd with . .. Male') -, 1 0 4 og the fist Mtaltg. iVitli: fik
the iteOtereit'y which 0 - etteed tlitne,.. - As noon OVoodward, lady - pf stikpliyaician--and 'th%
viiii*foofper the'elpitataiyYlOdustri of'- the Lpholo c+4B4ko‘fiefr litul'e--roPt tr Oq Uil iZinT
iol,lol,4 7 hla t tlinirtirblqnaldf . Ank: cliejr" Ad' ef6ct oil • the tenants o( this eetstAislifi k ent
.-, k 1 4:. ..,.. 4,-;,4,. , ,V 4 ~;', , -tf"'; r- ,' 1: . , ,
An gtiglfsh newspaper says that tbirnew
Russian Minister to - theTUnited States ' — is --
called Somouosoff, (saw my nose Oft) An
attache of tlie satini iegaitim in Washington, „
Bloivtutmozorg, -- (hlow my - moss off.) • 'Be
side's which, we have Col.:•Kutrestatosof s - of.
- the imperial guard, tout 'my nose off.) • Mat
stud Pulitrianosof, (pall my pose off) Go-:
tieral.N - ozbbegun, (note begone;) end
others. J •
Fou r hundred boats freigliXed trith prep-
illy to the amount of $1,500,000 are said •
to he frozen in on the New York cattalo.—
Moto Than fifty - vessels tire said to he simi
larly situatedin Connecticut River. The
Passaic - is also froten. - oi•or, and the ferrx
troits of Course do ,not ply. •