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Ittmatko•iit 11~r~ Stevens;;
Chi ,the Rtkult„ (14. the, mend:unto/Arad. by 'hint
pliscpntinue tbork ; on; the; PublielmOove
. .! , snenterclismils EnSil,4etASupervisora,'4.c.' , .
stßvENs said—l cannot consent to with-
Pdriw-ntramendment - toetispendlho-public-wbrks
•aniddischarge, the Engineers and other useless of-'
ficers on tbotn, lest•it shoufd not meet the approba
tion of the Executive, as suggested% gentleinen:-
think thin iiiitendinerit quite as important as the
•knuuteulated bill wo are,about to sand him: I' think
it_quite its iinportant as,nnY proVision - ; contained in
the propositions' which have already been
:11 , this likitise ' Sir, we passed by large and oVer
kvhelnfirt majorities; . the. provisiorfl have now
fetid; at" thii last session . We ittached' it to seve
'Where : they . are, I do net, knoW:=Ged.unly
knows;:. I.aolipese; , too, that they,,wertr on some
"grave yard" bill. And yet the .doverdor clad not
it, in his veto; on tl is serious _subject.
Yet, I are Inforinettickwithlliniding the Clearly
expressed of. both , branches of .the
_Commonwealth' Should: not
incur anymore dchts t ruid while we arc . not able to
pny,. the -interest,-now. due, that throbghouybe
' ' ,whole ; Commonwealth , the. men so often re re
isentedfas hungryeatarving domestic creditors. have
:been , . adding to the means of starvation; and tic
cumulatitig.to their claims .week' after week, and
month after month, carrying on with all their force,
up to'this , very day ! I heard a ,*gentleman say,
.that Winks of speculators wore still making them
".selves domestic creditors to a still larger mtount,
-and in defiance of the Legislature and of the law.
• were going on to finish tho works which their con
tracts required 'should be abandoned and, which
were.orderedto be suspended in November, 1840,
as appears by a notice' on your Journals, am' now
_they claim to be paid debts which have not been
,created by any authority of the Commonwealth ;'
and which if this House - . had. any, regard' for the
suffering tax-paying people, they would not pay 'at
' least until they were more able. And yet, although
in November, 1840, they Were discharged from tho
works, they have added a' illion and more to the
-public debt. Now, eir, this is, the debt for 'which
this bill is to provide—this is the debt winging over,
us—this is the debt which has flooded 'the country
with -Erie irredeemable shin-plasters, and destroyed
the currency.' This is the law which presses down
the people—that infamous Relief Law that is made
.• the reason why the proposition to cancel the whole.
of the Relief Notes as they come intothe Tree
- sury (as offered by the Speaker) cannot now he
passed. And yet we arc told , by the gentleman
from Centre (Mr. MacManus) and the gentleman
from Lycoming, that a proposition to stop the pub
. r works cannot pass any other department, of the_
Government! And for offering it, it is asserted
that we have had bad and impure motives—that we
.1 'desire to attack the Governor, as if the Governor
were anxious. to plunge the State yet, deeper in
debt.' Gentlemen, act as if this Government were
stricken in, .a vital spot—when" we ask'to rid' the
country of those worthless shinplasters,-when ae
ask to call into the Treasury and cancel AIM paper
which robs the honestman of his labor, and breaks ,
the whole.basiness of life. And that is attack
• Ing this Administration? Gentlemen, all around
'me, who are the best friends of the Administration;
which' was' thefathers, directly or indirectly, of thiS
Relief 13111, tell us that when ,we take sway this
'system, we are taking away the support of, and at
tacking this AdMinbitration. I never said' nor, in
sinu.ated that this Executive . was, the bill .
to' absorb ilia worthless ourroncy, and - Merdarie.the
`difficulties of the State by making his domestic
creditors hold Conventions, and tell us the reason .
- 'why we should continue to issue this stuff folio
the Treasury, and why we should not adopt means
to prccurel better currency. I had supposed that
- all parties were willing to unite in the reissue; to
,a , l in the attempt to purity this monstrous circula7
'lien which is breaking down and will break down
everything, And yet this day what do yea seel—
A direct appeal to the friends of the Administra
t ion—a scourging by the lash of party—of the min
ions of party—until they cower, and like crancli
ing curs they join the Pack, _and 'run - upon the
scent until their game, this worried State is bound
down for years under the shackles of 'the most in
famous system, that ever disgraced a Republic.
. Now, Sir, I desire to stop. this:. squandering the
public money, and shall nut withdraw the amend:
ment, lest-the Executive should find a pretext for
viitoingthe whole bill, -
Does that gentleman tell•tne that the Executive
—that the .Administration--that the party in pow
er still insist on. going on from this time until they
have added another million tot our debt, on the,
- (Erie] route? .
• 'Mr. ROIJMFORT explain'ed—l did not ro..
quest the gentleman from Adams to withdraw his
amendment with any reference to' the matter, con- .
tained m it, but in order to keep the bill from any
' Mr. STEVENS resumed—l insist, Sir, upon
taking a vote on it; for if there is any. redeeming
provision -in the hill—if there is anything in 'it that
an honest Executive will not be opposed to, it is
that. I son bound to presume that the Executive
is honest, and I will stet here as if I supposed him
4.c0 be homist, and I will send him a bill which I
.think, will find favor, in his . eyes. The, other , poor
nauseous portions of it,- I will wrap irri in this
wholesome covering and then he may swallow it.
No man need tell me it is dune . to embarrass the
Executive, like an imputation that has been made
here against the Speaker, aml other' gentlemen;
that their motives were to embarrass the God Oor,
in their ntempts to purify 'the currency. Buell re
marks were injunous'and uncalled far: 1' do not
say that they were dishonest, but, they were not
such as gentlemanly or Parliamentary legislation
would have Warranted or tolerated. And yet that
is the'argument' and that is the language that
makes the earth around tut crumble, as if an earth
quake had suddenly come'upon us; and frightens
the gentlemen, and compels them to depart from'
the high stand which they had first taken—which
Converts them from independent legislators into
the servile followers of party.. '
NEGOCIATIONS WITH . LORH ASHBUR.TON.- ho
open questions between the United States and
Great Britain,, are *believe, n fair' 'way of
being amicably adjusted, excepting : that of the
Maine beundary., On that point, it us ',intimated
'nom a source entitled to credit, Lord . Ashburton
has notyet stillMitt4 any propusitioM The Maine
comniissionere are now at the seafefgaveriiment.
REYIEW 0.6 T, HE .IVIA
---.----- IpADELPHINaury - -2 - -i-1842i ,-
F 1,01111- :ennsylvatiitt'brand,, 85:50 to 5:62i.
- GRAM- time Pa. Wheat 124 to 125 conte per
bush. Rye 66 to 68: • Cord 53 to 56: Oats 33,
. • WHISKEY-20. emits pet . gallori. . '
, CATTLE.—Peof evade 85.50 to $5.00 per 100
lbs; Cows $lB to $34. Springers EOM to $lB.
Dry CUM! $8 to $l2.
• BALTIMORE, Jul'y 842. •
' , FLOUR and GRAIN.—FIour ss.o' to 562 k..
Wheat; Vertrisylvaniai'l2s to 130 cll. per bush.
No - 14e in market. • Corn - 56'W 07rOati - 30 to at
WHISKEY-=l9 to 21 cents per gallon.'
BEEF CATTLE-Frontef to $5,30 , per 1011111
.11' IffENI 'A L RRBISTER
At Friends' • Meetinghouse, in Huntington,
township,Adsms County,on the 30th oflnne Inßtf
Dr. EPHRAIM G. COX, of Uniontown, Cdirroll
county; Md. - Miss MARY KETTLEW ELL,
' , daughter of Charles' Kettlowoll, %Esq.( , of :York
Sprioge. •• .• • • ; • • • . .
AtEheibkville, !Shelby county,9l4issouri, About
f. he, first 9f June hist, of
Pafnayra c t9 Miss, ?JANE lAr/LgOtis fminerlY-.4f
this place.. ; •
:On tha 23dult, .by*.lohn Campbell, .Eeqr., Capt.
liAMEia COPPER,,;,..formerly Editor of the
,!!kierepry,".tO Alba 840-411CHAP,IVIAN,.tioth
of T,yrorpt .towrtaitiP. Perry *
tirotice,\lll,.llereby - ,Given,
4 thoee, coneenunt :Ile , Legaleea_ll(drlttbe
Of :ELIZARETH HUNTER: 7, I/de *of
I : 3 O IIt 4EIMPt94 OPMberlagit COUrdy; Abet
the , eltbee,riber, Atulit9Vappoitito4,,by,' the Of.-
&arm' .901u1 yalf $Ol4 connty,todlistributothwaseetel
remaining in the hands of Wm. M. NaViri,-A4ler.
.de limns non. lice,Xof tund•Teedator to.:end'aniong
the legatees, will attend (dr thatifurliose; nt , his , of
fice in, the' borough ofMarlirlei on FRIDAY. the
dth de.y: ''SUI , Y l, lIlEXT.,,atoleri o'Cloeh: in the
forenoon, of, wh ich all eoneernen
": 1 1idJUS CiMULLAWIER.
• 13erliele, Juni 1842.. ' tut:2g
...A . NuTitrift Lot oetititirioi jlE rS• nia
c 4 ) 1 1 j" '
ce iY" And Tv.V„,71,7
V l ll/14im
. le, J tii, CHAS . • -oepllni,
.304:16:: . :4=14t0).03104,
R. WHITE MIDDLETON, EDITOR &PROPRIETOR,
Wednesday, .14.1y6, 1 Slie.
•., GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT.
Subject to the, decision of S. National Convention.
Gen. Scott on the Tariff.
"I am not only in ravorof a `num FOR REVR.
NOE, but also FOR PROTECTION."
Gen Scott on )Rentovalp.
„ My rule weald be to TERN BAD
AT ONCE, and displace the indidbrent as last as
it might conveniently be done.” - '
held that on a change of partiel4.vaeanciee—
no matter how made—l mean by death reSigriation
or removals, ought to be filtpd by selections from
the political majority, and- always with the boat
men that can butted for, the several places."... _
, . I V. B PArAtaa,Esq., at his Real Estate and
CoaLOffico, 1f0..104, South .Third Street, Phila.,
is authorized to act as Agent, for procuring sub.
scriptions and advertisements fOr the' "Herald &
rj-The .first number of a Temperance paper
'was publighed in this place on Saturday' last by
Mr. J. R. Smirt, with the abeie title, at $1 per
annum-=two' articles from which—headed 4, Come
to Carlisle,'! and , Waste from the use of Intoxi
eating Drinke,"we have . transferied to our columnrs..
There was a great-demand for it on the 4th: From
the following paragraph; copied from the Philadel
phia Inquirer, it will be s e en that it meets with favor
abroad : •
;.‘ TliE \Val:A.m.—We have received the first
number of a neat and handsome periodical called
the 4 4 Wreath .' l. It is published by Jas. R. Smith,
Esq., at 'Carlisle, Pa.,
at' the low price of $1 per
annum. It is devoted to literary. matters n d the
Temperance Causk The number just issu con.
tains many good things. The ',article on arlisle
'does, no more than justice to that delig ul pku e.
Would that - Nye could accept the eloquent anti
gederous'invitation which it embedieS.
• hs-scrond-number-will-be—issued , §nd the pa--
per continued as soon as it can be ascertained that
n sufficient number of sulycrihers are secured to'
warrant the publisher in scOoing.
T3ThO aikidos on the opposite page heeded
" Ainerican'lndestry," I Paia it found,"
Scott on-Removals, &c: d&c.,_are,well worthy of an
attentive perusal.... The letter from Lancaster is also
interesting; ae well as the statements of the popu
lation of Abe counties enumerated.
o-Read the short, hut excellent article, from the:
Philadelphia Chronicle, in refcrence . ta "Captain
Tyler." The Chronicle is a Fenny paper, which
should bq well circulated in. this place:
Er We call the attention of the Ladies and
Gebtletnan of Carlisle'tO thO collection of Flow.
era,, Sr.c., to be sold THIS MORNING, at the Mar.
'o:•This day was observed in this. place in a
very appropriate manner. There. were several
celebrations- 7 whoso proceedings will I); publish
ed and noticed next week, if early copies are fur
We - celebrated with our .Temperance friends,
and expecting that an account of the proceedings
would be furnished by one of the officers, did not
prepare any thing—ainl only find ourself dis
appointed when too lato to - sepidy the — deficiency
in time for this week's paper. •
The friends Of Mr. Clay eelebented the dny on
Henderson's Island; the Loco Foeos in Wonder.
lieh'S 'Grove; and the Young men at the Meeting-
417fhe Mechanicsburg and HogucsiciOn Lists
of letters published to day; are inserted grtriii,
for the information of . our turbscriberie and
friends in those Oleos—Ow Tyler edotiOieitifion
hai;ing refused Post:Mestere the privilege , of pub.
Halting such - Matteis; Unless a paper is oPrinted iit
the toWn Whore the Post - Wee is located!' . if the
other Post. Mesterei in-the county will furnish us,
at the end of each quarter, with a list of the letters'
remaining in their reipective-offices, we will with
pleasure insert them on the earde - terms—untit we
get an administration more abto than the roteetit
to pax.for-ench matters. '
Lorrtay ov LlFE'''...i.Noyef —ll . O tlie cetin t
cos of Blessingion, • •
Igr-This is one Orilla most thrillingly Interest
out its mysterious title. it a tale of real life,
and beaupfully told. splendid work ib pub:
fished in a Double Eitra Number. of tile' New
World', and is for "sale at Tay's:News office; CO
nor offfanover and Vomfretstrrts,at the extreme:
ly loci . price of 'l4 cents.
1:011Ve present ourreaders with anollist! of Me.,
STEYENSI short speeches. :need IL ::
terThe proceedings of .the State Legislature; as
detailed by correspondent, are highly intorest
ing. It will be seen that the Governor ' signed a
bill'—Which provided oinealinge for .his patty '4
before it wit's finally disposed of by ; one of the
branches of the I,tegislatiirel !! • . :
Oir.' Do rir..9,
~111 r This traitor, allc4 : enotlter attempt to enforce
his traitorous= views at the point of .the bayonet, has
again fled froth kisticeeletiving nethrly the whole of
his - Misguided followers in the hands of theanthori
ties ofiitithae . l(aland.,; . 'ljov. Xittg hat; afrerctl .
itoctltrd 8 . 5,000 fot his, apprehensiee; ;
Euiired be: caught and made I;eiripiet
• i n• The
_Hon.= fNA.MUTII: L. SOUTHArn, - rung - a
distingthandd.U.Ja fr aemttorfrinn N:Jethej;:disidlit
Va:;thr Sunday a Wrrek'lalt, aged
Mr.11.81161r, Of. Lancaster
county; ow the . night of the 211 1 mun johbed of
113;000;': in , ' the ' foie& of Tert;riretife,"itr rioted
principally. thi pancaster garik
iti.lreilitFlty 96 Re! .
lutionfkry p.linskinere—;of ,a r e, botweeit'
100 "and-14:19' yearsof. age:.
a:r ‘ T 1118 qilpiftolla!i; of a Clay
papet)!lat started a(#arrieli.atg. Gu ran,
r t1it!49,91,17, of the priiele.,
hers Tykit ;veto:
• ixTA Bill paved , bothAfousei..oflOcingresi;'s:
felaays since; genertilli Wined:llmi "little Tar&
I .l4rovlding,, , that "laiVtcin
dto i st.,August;.lB42; their if:no,furtiter
provisions of the compromise act' to re
mithilin force; The distribtitioir nceis,vaspeqed
to the lat of August;lB42i anything in that act .
- "to theOontriry.notwitlistandhik." . • .
•. • ,
TIM; bill John tyfer •-acting ,Preeddenti by the
Grace of God!--:feturned on''Weinesdity, last, 16
the Repiesenititives. of UM ; t i eople , WitiMl4: - his
'signature, decornpanied frith a message , :eoirehed
in the most iniuitint language! This . Itt4 act
has drivenevery true friend of the lamented tar.
rison from - hira; and - he fitintivii; as he' &sorties
ever to be, the despised °Cali ' parties! is
trne.tlie,LOeU Feeds will use ; him whenever he'
will answer their purposes;.bitt they will' always
'despise him for his treachery to those Whose coif.
fidence he has so basely abutied. ,;,votild'soon
er boa street-beggar, .than hold . offiee,one hour
under such a base and treacherous miscrea 4 M l•
learn that Goy. Porter had the impudence
to senddeiiiJ.'McCenct; and several other Loco
Foco Members of Assendily over here,' on . the
4th; to tell the ~Pitrmers that they must cease their
oppOsition to the tax svatem, and subrriit to further
taxation, to enable him to keep his friends well sup
plied with . Stealings '.' from , the ''Preiiitry!, A
friend has promised as a copy of tiffs impudent
speech,sin time forourtext paper., Look
Is It true, that Mr. CuLven and Mr. BAnn
each exhibited on the 4th, those Aplendid and high
ly polished YEN-KNIVES, of BRITISH manu
facture, botight for them by the . State at something
less than FIVE nOLLARS a piece 1
.• But let us see: There arelSJ merrtherti of the Leg : .
islature. Now each member is furnished with a
knife, at the beginning of the session L—which, at
$5, weuld * amount 'to SIX' HUNDRED .AND
SIXTY-FIVE -DOLLARS! The reoms— l the
honest-and hard-working- Farniers---are. thus taxed
every ,year nearly SEVEN HUNDRED DOL
LARS, to' furnish our dandy Legislators with
splendid, four-bladed BRITISH knives! 'Verily, our
members must be cutting fellows!
Testlint:int:o of Respect
Cl3'We cheerfully coniply'with the request to
publish the following e'xpression of respect 'by 'Diu
Junior class of Dickinson college, for their late
It isntlitlicultVask for the:human Mind to filmic
a eulogy on a departed friend, when:the heart" is
overbinthened 'with grief for Ida loss. It has pleas-
DLyinelleing,in_the _course..ol°l4s: all-wise_
Providence, to remove from this our beloved,
class-mate; • Mr. ALFAANDER F. HERRON;
' and our-feelings will not • justify us without .ex. ,
pressing some testimonial of the very high respect
'which was entertained towards him by his fellow- .
students. But a fcw'short months ago, anti he
whose ileathle the_oceasion of all our present sof
' row, daily distinguished himself as a talented stu
dent, a warm friend and a generous and noble
comparilen. These halls which once resounded
with his footsteps—these halls which regularly re
verberated the echo of his voice; and we who were
once enlivened by' his conversation,pea • space
vacant which we fear will not easil be filled.—
•Tbat form which was , alWays . looked, upon with,
pleasure and never failed to obtain a cordial wel
come at 'any time, is now enshrouded in death; and
instead of meeting With class-mates and friends,
holds converse with the' spirits of the departed:—
The bud which was just beginning,to e*Pand, ere
it had time to come to maturity, was touchedby the
icy hand of, death, and withered. He whOse pros
pects for the,future were bright, who had no object
in" view to darktM the course over which ho ex
pected to pass in after life, is now no more; and has
left behind him many who will cherish, his memory
in unfading respect.
Actuated by ,these feelings, Resolved, .
1. That We look upon this_dispensation.of Divine
. Providence with feelings of sorrow and deep
regret. . , .
2. That the relations of the deceased hai.e pur
heart-felt sympathy in mourning for the irrepar-
nblo loss•they have sustained. •
3. That we wear the usual badge of mourning for
4. That the preceding tribute .of our respect be
published in the Carlisle Herald.
. By order of the Junior tluse
Vickinton Coilege; July 2, 180:
COrlespondonee of Olio Heralda.Expoiltor.
In the &Mite, on Ttiesday; a grail - number of
petitions were presented; most of Which,•hoWever,
were of a private character.. Several petitions were
pr'esented praying the Legislature te make provision`'
for meeting. all deniands against the Common
wealth; also, for and against the removal of the
seat of justice from Danville to Bloomsburg, in
Columbia county, and for'an . outlet kick at Black's
-- Prritif.ll - 1' OF
. DoXESTIC C n~ntroas := The bill
for this purpose was reported back from the com
mittee to which it had seen refehed, •with amend
ments. After seine •dilicession on the various
lihrendrpeiits offered, nothing decisive was done, nor
will there he, ventare to say, this session.
The further consideration of the bill was postponed
till the next day.. •
In the house, nil' the same day, Mr. Kieffer sub
mitted a resolution that it shall not be in order, to
consider private bills, until the bill tor the sale of
this Public improvements is dispoit'ed of; , This
'barlost fly a ;relent 44 to 3i3, and trihy be taiten
as a fair expression of the feeling of the Hottse'es
to their desire to • sell the Improvements. The
majority tave do such idea their heatis; and the
membewa r generally, without distinctioh of Party,
COMint from - the city and county . of Philafelphia,
and West oe the - seat of.noterrimont, are, ' %ll re-'
ality,;opposed to Belling , the works ; Lt
of tbent would have it believed' that , hey are in fa
re& of thaf cOrirse of•peliqe '. •
.Bileijete MoVed that '#ou•se ir'eceed io
the' cohsidefation of. trip bill to, incorporate • the
Pennsylvania Ilait•Road ConiPany limn Phila.
delphlir to doluinbia; find that'it he made the hrder
e,i",the:day tor to-ractr,M,"h; ailti, tor everYdai there.'
afier until disposed of. Ilia motion beinif refused,
Iree;eirßed for the`yeas and nays, with the view,
,said, th` :senile:of the Howie' on the quits;
don, and to 'seeWho thosemeie that,Were.opposefi
to 46 -:<: 9 n f eqttentli. the motion was negatived.
;,;Mr. afrOit reported t4Ec•Ocilnibiltse
AM !internal improvements, the Senate bill to in.'
ecaporate the Pennsylvania &nal. and Rail ROW
"Company, with a recommendation' that it litryfe,:-
~~ ~ ~
the consbleratiOn of thti' teSolYtionit
Tariff, they tieing • onill'ird%jrtiOdl,ng. Mr. Sieyens
mooed that the,liouse resolvr,ltself into dointoit
tee of the Whole, for the :p'urpos.e pf striking 'out
iIARIIISTIURd, Tune 30, 1842
dorid - •rimiding oil
• idWhereris, Prniectine - .Aaties fife in strict con;
Torniity tdiihe spirietiAdAhd the Conititu=
tion of the:United Stalest, tend': 660.1:a11y- to IciwO
ting.dhorne•Market; gile'dMploYmeitt to entecht
elidtens in our own country; instead:pi. intintain
log the subjects of foielgn•hations; inereasb :can;
mere° by extending infanta trade; and by afford
ing articles el - export; tfteietve public `Mop's by
• And wh'erisidilLlmldithe operation attus Tariff;
the ifinjOiAtt oh, iiifOritippleil , degree' of pros
Whioli had been ;destroyed, by the destruc
tion of the Tavlift y - '
'Therefore ; ResolVed;; ; &-e: That Pennsylvania
cannot consent td an abrinderitnttticif the Prinec
Mr. 'Stevens then took. thd,trdor and spoke for
one hour and a-quarter;in the most powerful, , a
gumeniatiVeaud r etchitiUrit Manner;in'denunciation
of • the principles contained in the 'resolutions,
which had, • Add fur received 'the' Bendier' of the
Ilou'se. declared iii . eiti to iUS' destructive of
the great interests of . the keystone §tate, and
ruinous to the nation of .which , die are a part. I
cannot pretend to .give you any thing like the
moat rettiot6 .olieltlP.titin of this Voikerful . effort,
without doing great injustice to,ites anther. There.
fore, I'-would Merely say; regtf,it; When it is , pub-
Hahn]; as I understand it will be in a few days, and
judge . , of , its merits for .yourself. Mr. Sr was fol
lowed irtieply by Mr. Wright and Mi. lgeflahen—
When, without ;any cluinstiori , being 'taken; the
House adjourned: • , ,".• .
In the &Mate, yesterday., Mt. Gtirgas presented
a 'petition - fot the incorpotation of the Cumberland
Valley Mutual Protection Company, against loss
by - tire. :Mi. 'Fleming PresiMtud a: petition, for the
passage of • a law to compel the Tide •Watar Canal
Company to take their own notes in payment of
Toll. Messre Gratz and Smith pensented remon
strances against the erection of an Outlet Lock at
Black's Eddy. • •
STAY LA*.—The-bill,l entitled a supplemental
to an Act relating to.the proceedings of Banks and
their assignees in tho collection - Of Debts, and for
other purposes. Metiers. Farelly, Sulliian, Stewart
and Fleming spoke in fivor of the bill, and Mr.
McLatialiart lind Mr.' %ions against, it:, An
ainendnient was. irearporated in it limiting the
operation' of the Bill to twelve month's. It was
then teed a third • tithe stud passed.—Yeas 17;
The following led fist Of Mentberti of the
Committee appointed by the of Itiptesenta;c
tivesoo apportion this State into Districts for the
pu peso of electing Metribera of Congress, viz
Messrs. Wright; Bonsnll Tregof, Berme; Fainter,
Eyre, Laverty, Andrews, Hahn, - Griffiths, Broad
rottieger, Bruner, Galketson, Faus4 4 '
Culver, Macmanus; rGainble; Sherwood, Hanna,
Hill; Word, aleFarten, • Mtitray; Marchrind, Ken.
Mr,-Bonsall offered a resolution instructing-the -
apportionment Comniittee to bring in a bill to ap
portion the State wilifeut reference to.that portion
of the Act of congress requiring the State to he
divided into single Districts. - Mr. B. denied the
constitutional right of Congress to compel a State
to District itself in the manner set forth in the Act.
Mr. Karns said that although he did not approve of
the law of Congress, still ho thought 'it would be
betterto:comply with its provitions than to be guilty
of Nullification:' Mr. Boone insisted that the bill
was constitutional, and agreed that it would be go:
ing too far to say. that we would not be bound by
it. After some debate, which 'was participated in
by. Messrs. Crabb, Scott, :Heckman, Leet, Mac- .
manus, Snowden and Wright, who addressed them
selves, generally, in favor of the law of Congress,
and all admitted 'the expediency, at least, of carry
ing it, vitas far nalhativtie tensible, several amend
ments were offered and rejected. , Mr. Karns then
Offered a substitute for Mi. Bonsall's resolution—
making it the duty of the Hausa to proceed forth
with to district the State in.• compliance with the
apportionment Bill recently passed by Congress.
Mr. Gamble moved an amendment to be added,
thereto, viz: "that this House' protests in the most
solemn manner against•Ahelszereisii of doubtful
and "equivocal powers by Congress,, or the lightest .
invasion of the, rights reserved to sovereign States,
and - deny that Congress has the right to prescribe
to the different . States the'mannerin which they
shall divide and average their Constitutional Dis
tricts. Mr.-Deford called the Previous question—
which was' sustained, but the House refused. own
the main question by A vote of 47 to * 3O. ;Where
upon,. and the hour Wing arrived for the adjuum
nient, Wine accordingly adjourned'. .
ennimeri s ubmitted a prearrible and reaolu
tion,declaring that the Apportionment Bill, passed .
by Congress, is an infringement oh the rights of
the States, therefore liot binding Open, the people
of Pennail , tinici, and thet this CoMmonwealth will
anemio her foiman practice a apportioning the .
State into single &tacit 'it Was laid' oii the table.
14ARRISBWid, jutai; 32', 1842
In the Senate, on Thereday, Mt. Cochran' pro
sentedthpreciledinds ern Meeting; hold iri York
county, in relation to the present Con'dition of the
Cornreonwealth, sliggesting the sale o'r least!, of
the • Public Works, and theii opposition to further
fetation. Mr. Sullivan reported a' bill (supple
mentary) to the act iticorpdraem'g the . Hatleton
Cool Company. ".Mr. Kiddei introdiced a bill to
ae provides - fer the eMployMent, of but one Engi
neer by,the ComMonwealth after the !al o of July
next,•inuf to' preside for the contiinnitioli of all
those now employed until the /et of ..,:ugueryilext.
•In the House tlf RepresentatiOes, kirNit i per,
presented a.Petition for the sale of the 'Pirgic Works,
and against further tazetiOn.- Messrs: Ca* and
.11eford presented , petitions to abolish Brokerage in'
thistomnionviealtli., Mr. Peckor prliiiinned three
petitions from piortharepteri b far art outlet lock at
Black's Eddy. bir.'"cratb . PresOtfed,, one from
Philadelphia against it. my. Gattetson presented
the proceedings of a meeting held county,
cif the same: character as was presented in the Igen'.
site; Mr.-Dmilap•reported a hill for the in
cerporation ot die Erie 'canal toinpany, , , Han.
ceck repOted-'enblll relative to the elktftni of a
treasurer fortlia county of Phillidelphie: : . • -..;
. TUE RIII/DE PiX.A Aft 415 FIiLLON 4 . - , - , 14/C*OfttY•
tan submitted a preamble and - resolutions laudatory
of that' Go,•vernor ' 'Dorr, which were
laid on the table. • • • • ' '"
TUE A'proittrcti%'airsT pix.x::--The 'Mead 'm
etalled the consideration of; wir, BernieWe retiolo.-
ticni / on thie;aolljec!fina ttot* lll , mY - Yitel of . Yeit;
-i.445,..,„ Pm .queation:pendi4ivaa on the elieni.
!tient of -Mr.:Mara:lamp "'protecting- egitintif the
.exetciso, of doubtful,.powers by Corigikeit; Of the
slightest itn:ltteion of the Tight? of the Stateo," ilto.
!yieriiit, Eliineall;,frormifort;nnd Greenhill: supported
- the - r - inifitillie - ett: 4 4tdittri:X,Otitri7PPolletilt.- -7 44hb#
it ;j es *sok'. to by, a 03 .907. t *ft r k: cfp mi4tio:h
of Mr. El well; - , Mr.;kains' subs 'Oe' for gir.• Bin'.
• eall'a resolution', ifait''etrititide n4to‘ Oread an fel!
Cows i iiofvitai Ilia ' i view of the' ifebe r beitY
of speedY:acOon"olll the' , iijObt a;4ietrittint the
gfitie, , foi: thweleetion' Of Reptisiihtatbnia in .I:7oh
grileg; lug' in, order flPirrbill'dilfieiltleii; nie'thete
fore dee& it eitpodienti te'pkieetid as son 'afi'ticia.
iiittle c9dishict, gilt S4win . - , the , •Lnamier , poidked
out by the act of COngrepa." M. Pi.eveas mimed,
to postponethefurther Consideration. of the reso:
,Ittdims. until die' 28d of. iteat • which 'Oita
not agreed "ffte"riaa :; itillitiona wore tiicri read:a
thitd tibia • '." ' •
Fondue's or. Taueutt.—Vhe bill to aitftidrizo
the Pinal Coirftniseioneralri pdrehusd 'fruckti hid
idaceYtbetd on the Philaiielptid! Lind golutilida .
and Allegheny Poitage Rails:dada, was &ensiled at
length, en - third reading: Mr. Stliveris moved td
''strike ont all after Ike• equeling clause dui insert
Ute bill to inctigioratii the Peinisylihinhi Irian kern!
dempany.frOmr Philadelphia to Mr. S;
. sigdiftedn'tly remarked that gentlemeft4nid rOO O l.
led that this would test ivilethor th'dy were in fit•
I your of dispesing of the public *orbs: Thin a.
mentimerit ;kis cut'o'ff by the Previous question,
which r iVaii instantl,y sprung after Mr.. Stevens took
his seat. Velure any thing definite liras doneavith
the ill, the House adjourned.
In the.Senate,.on Friday; M. Heisterpresented
a petition front Laricaiter, praying that. the' B'an'ks
may be allowed to issue.one, tvint anti three &liar
notes. The Select Committee ,appointed to bring
in a bill to_ district the State for the` election of
member!, in Congress, reported a bill forkthat . plir;
pose, which TOM not read. It' is-said to be very
long. Mr. Brook moved that when the Senate
adjourns to-morrow, it shall meet again on Vies;
day ,next --Monday being the 4th,oquly—which
Was agreed to. - •
THE DOMESTIC CHEDITORS.--..The 'Senate re
sumed the seeendieading and consideration of the
resolution for 'the payment of these individuals.—
The question pending was on' the amendment re- .
ported.by the Committee to whom the resolution
had been re-committed, viz: to pay all the creditors
theCortnonwealth,--foreign and dOmestic--pro
,ratio. After along -debate, the amendment was
agreed to—Yeas 17, nays 12. The discussion was
then resumed and carried on, With great asperity
and anger, and finally resulted in the defeat of the
Gist section of "the bill, the vote .upon which was
-r-Yeas 'l4—Nays . 15, The hour of ono having
arrived, the Senate adjourned. • '.
- In the House, Mr. McCahen reported a further
supplement to the act to incorporate the Hazleton .
Coal Company. Mr. Rush reported a bill to enable
the Banks of this Commonwealth to reduce their
Capitals. Mr. Stevens reported a bill.to putsecu
rides on negotiable paper on the same principles
as to contribution to each other as. joint securities
in bonds, or other sealed instruments. '
PURCHASE or Taucmi.--The bill to authorize
the Canal Commissioners--to-purchase-and-place
Trucks on the Philadelphia and Columbia and Al
legheny Portage Railroar.s,'Wius taken up on third
'reading, when Mr. Stevens. spoke in opposition to
'it. He declared.that there was no limit trithe ex-
pease theSta - ti - Eivould - incur by bill. If. the
works were to be kept in the hands of the Corn;
Monwealth, then he would have no objection to
the placing of Trttcks o s thorn; but' desiring; as
he did, that they should be' disposed of, ho would
not vote for 'the bitf. Ho regarded this marline as
Only' anotherspike driven inlet' these Workste hold
them the faster to the Commonwealth. He was
net+ per:featly etnitinced that it had been decided
bOthin and .orii' s of'the Hodge, that thepublic
'Works' ttierenot to be sold: ' Th ere:tan ... he 'no doubt
on the mind of any one who has attended to the
and settled determinatictn_on_ the 'part of the rtm.:
jail,* not to sell the works: Every effort that has
been made by Mr. Stevens, Mr. Kieffei;and other
gentlemen, to induce the House to take up the bilk
proposing create of the - different Improienients, has
pwved abortive.. The-real friend's otthe' people—
those who pro desirods to remove rather than to'
add to the already -overwhelming burdens of thp
people, have done all that lay in their. power ta get
the House to take tip 'and pass a 5111 for the sale of
the public•works.• They are, therefore, entitled to
the thanks of the people—to the thanks of every'
man .who does riot wish to be-further taxed---for
most assuredly that event will soon comp to pass if
the . present policy. ot the supporters of this Admi
nistration is not thariged. After much discussion
was had on• the bill in question, the vote was finally
taken, and the bill passed by 46 to 45: Mr. Han
cock then submitted a joint reselitiofi requiring
the Canal CommissiOners; before purchasing the
Trucks, to ascertain' whether there is any patent
right, and if so, not to. give More than $lO,OOO for
it—the money, arising from the motive power on
the tolls prior'to April 1, 1842, not to he expended
in purchasing Trucks, but, appropriated es hereto."
fore, in payrrientiof debts due on said roads, prior ,
to Ist • April, 1842, Several amenements were,
proposed, but nothing definite was done—when,
on motion Of Mr. Stevens, the further consideration
of the resolution was postponed for the present.
Mr. Deford then moved to reconsider the vote by
which the bill for the purchase of Trucks had just
been passed. At this moment the Secretary of the
ComMenwealth. presented himself and delivered d
message from the Governor apprizing the House
that' he had eigntel the Thick Bill Thirrim ;
nouncement toot the uniniated by surprise, and'
created no little astonishment. Mr. Stevens, On
recovering from the effects qf the' amazement with
Which he had been sirrick, instantlY moved that the
House proceed tq the re-conqderation: Of the ram=
lution, which had just been postpaid, for the pur
pose of otriking out; ll filler the word ". Resolved,"
and insetting a.aection'. for the' repeal of the Truck
fiill . (crr trick bill, as it is now designated.) Mr.
Stevens then tinder . rid little excitement
and indignation, that that 'House had seen .that
which the country canned realize.:4lM ru . ost infa-
Mous act that had over been &nil in the huitory
this Goierriment ,Within' quarter of an hour
after the passage_ dra bill, by one single vote, and
while a motion web'peOditigtere-conaider the vote
by which it was Rased; a message was lent 'that
the Executive hail signed the MI HO asked it
this Housayvaii-dirmoiled to submit to such tyranny
--to such higlAstitleit add unhluehing tyranny ---
to a tyranny whiCA'NforN disinice the subjects of
Tkirkey-=whicb WoUid Ineve disgraced the meanest
slavetk.ef despotism?,lf thhiiirinny wen
to be submitted to', 1,110 not esire to livilleng on
der that tyranny: When acts of oppression Were
permitted • to thwart •the,-'elill'of that 1 - 10Ose, he
ought not and could not sit here and taraely subinit,
'to it. Shall the House not assert its fidelity and
rebuke such high-handed Oppression? This Ad
ministration seemed deterinlned ip go eiiloll,lhe
oppresiden Wad intolerable, slid if this pailde
not rise in their inajestY, and reSeet etch en and
- IMchTmeasurtirritlietrhe - measures, attlfeY"
would deservicto hi the eaves of coirriptiOnthcr
mere tools of 'paver. • Mr. 13haiswood follovied
the'saone'atralnof ma potion, not Onmingled with
regiettliat sepli a &erre shettid ertdcled
in a Povernment . calling '.itself, - Mr.
SterinmAthkelj,,ttia,,rnotieh to reconsider and
W.lfeneock's reitettlitiettY ti Wel t (intended ' fur
ther, aq as to appropriate $40;006 to the purchase
of (11 .48 and the &twit right, and. the Common-
Wealth'. not to' be boinl'd for one cent beyendthe
sum thus apprOPriated. 'l l s'e reeolution, as al:und
id, was then read a third time and palsied:
• Mr: CurderMOved that the. House proietidioThe
consideration of the bill to ineerpoiste the Penn!
eylv.aula Rail Road Company from Philadelphia to
Columbia; which Was. net agreed to, by,
.a • vops of
52 t 0,36. Mr. Gamble .reported a resolution sup
plementary to the act to provide for the ordinary
expense of Government, and the„payment of the
interest on . the State Debt due on the Ist of August
lii :the Senate tO.Joy,._
presented, the procebangs .or a ' meeting. held' at
Pittsburgh', in favoitr of a high protective Tariff:
Mr, tering reported to incorporate the Erie:
Canil Cornpahy. [This bill provides for the sale
of :the Erie Extension,Of the Pennsylvania canal
to a cempany.] • •Tlie bill for the payment of the
Domestic CreditorOvtur under consideration,•and
was amendek'en Mellon of 'Mi.'McLanshan, by
providing thiff4reafterill lturesperisep for rephird
on Bridges constructed either on golakii'd •6Y nu'
finished lines, shell be paid by the county
such bridges. are eibleated.."-Yets it i Ptaylo tO.::The
foatti''reiatifidn i agreed to; fq the,,Ooproy
men( ofah,e43loo oh the Tulin tine, one oh the
tiortliffraich`and one on the Erie Extension: Mr.
**defied/Si thOVed a neW sectioirreparding, i th'e Ott
ilbelietr - yearerder - fcre - the-purchlwerof Tineke -for
the'. n'ansportatiotr.Of section rektlis eh'. the Alle
ghoi* Portage Railroad;
t rialf . was negatived " 4 :
Yeas 7; nays IV. • The a Patients having lietOrt
gone through.. With, the bill Was : returned' to the
ImmediatelSr Mier the reading Ofthe liplts 'jour
nal•,thie morning, Mr.! Mustier rose and,said that
I ,ld hod voted. nega.tivei aqd not in•thit,affir
mative on fife passage of the Truck kill, as erne
recorded in, the journal.' •,The Speaker - replied•thrit r
both of the clerks under toed ;tha •gentlernan as.
: voting ir;;.the emulative, tfuit,when the . yeas and
nays, wereesll over, : and before , the vote was sn.
flounced by the Chair, the gentiemn frortiDauTphin•
(night ttat ----- ivh.Ql 'tlie correction inede,if ern*.
there; w,ele. Orabb and tnVO..oy three 'other'
gentlemen deAarell it na their ,delitdrite opinion
that the,dentlenrart. had , voted in the affirmottive:
Mr.' C. added, thatit drink him with atirpriao at
the time. &Waal gentlemen, hen-ever, believed
Mr. Musser to hgve voted in the negative."' Mr.
Mustier said that he was confident in his own mind
that he voted in the •negetive, therefore' he wished
to have his name recorded
. irt the negative, knowing
that it could not now affect the which had al
ready become a lan; It would fentLd , that, on
every' vote he had given on the Truck bill; he
voted against it. To the best of his knowledge
agal •belief, he voted in the ne,gativs: Elie col
leagge, who heritept tally, - had - him (Mr. M.) ss
.voting in the negative. Me.. Stevens offered a
resolution, which Will-appear on' the journal. selling.,
forth the fact that Mr. Musser had, voted in the
- negative, and net in the affirnzative.
perceived. that this is a niost important question--=-
for, if Mr.• Musser did vote' in the negative---the
bill was lost. This circumstenee only. goes td
show the'indispensable necessity of me'mb'ers pre
serving the most prdfolind adduce during the ope;
ration of crillieg.,fbe yeas and nays, so that they
May be distinctly, heard by the Clerks, arid have
their' 'names correctly recorded, and be able to hear
idler; called over es recorded. Unfortenately, the
practiee nnw is; the 'Moment the yeas end nays nrd
ordered; for members to leave their seats, and walk
to and fro In the lobbieS, or the space in front of the
Speaker's chair, and thus they get into converse;
doe', and do not hear their mimes when called.
make these generhl remarks as applicable to the
trolly, and riot to Mt. Musser; who, I belieVe, wilt
'compare with any other member in his attention td,
his duties. Mr. McCahen presented a petition fdr
a hew county out of parts Of fiuntingddn, to he
coiled "Blair.' Mr. McCaben and Mr. Scott pre
sented.remonstrancee against. the abolition 'of die
Court of General Sessintrs, of the city and county
of'Philadelphia: • Mr: Rounded offered a resolu
tion for the appointment Of a committee of five,:
with power to send for 'persons and papers,. to in
vestigate the facts ,connected with the vidr given
by Mr. Musser on the passage of the Truck bill.
Not agreed to--Yees 13, nays Mr. Barrett
offered a resolution inviting the members of the
Senate, the Governor and Heads of Department
to attend in the Hall of the House of Represen
.Monday morning at eight o'clock, to
hear the Declaration of Independence read—him
tng the 4.th of July—the anniversary Of America's
freedom; which was agreed to.
The bill to suspend the Operations of the Corn
missionera of the Pennsylvania Insane Asylum,
was read a-second lithe and passed.' The Domes
tic Creditors' bill, with amendments, was taken
up, but before any action Was taken in regard AO
the said amendments, the House adjourned.
• . .
• ais • .
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7 7.`n (7. •
i''llll6.lD. F, P
A LARGE & SPLENEID COLLECtION OF ,
Plantrin Pots from A. Dribittgii`s
6articiii . .
- . . .
gchaylkill, 4th and Race streets, Philadelphia.
W. ILL be sold at Auction, on ' WEDNES
DAY, JULY 6th, 1842, at the Market
House in Carlisle, comprising - the finest varieties
of. Parlor and Carden •- - - •
Reses,,' GeraninmS, Dahlias, Jas
Verbenas, :Grapevines and •
and a great Many varieties of Plants too numerous
to mention. A. DRY BURGH.
July 6, 1942. ' It-36
Eal ai a a LY't »sus
nruiE subscriber, wishing to_go to . die West, of
fers at private sale, his
4.. F e
Containing 20 Acres; more or less, of first-rate
Limestone Land, sittiate in Monroe township,
Cdmberland County, Pa., on the road leading from
MeehaniesbAng to Chinchtown, about 4 miles from
the former, a'nd t freitri the latter, near • Leidig's
tavern, all in gooil order, and well watered—afloat
tliree °dares in timber. The improvements are a
TAG - 1-14111JSE; .
Barn and oilier neecsinre
a young ORCHARD of choice fruit - -' µ t.
trees, c well of water near the door, and °Very
desirable convenience. . .
Perseids wishing to purchase are requested' to call
and examine the premises --when the term's, &c.,
Will be mede knoWn. A gobil title will be made
to the purcheiger., •
H I ENRY NIi.ESTITEFFtfe. -
July 0, is42'; 3t-36
LIST Ot LETTIEUS
Rinidininr in the Post_Office, at Carlisle; July
. . ‘ 1,1842._
13:I-EntittireitildiTI please to say advertised.
Allen, Bliss Hannah Hikes, Miss-Elizabeth"
Allen, William S., • . Becker, Adam - .
Armor, Gen. Edward Hoover, Jacob .. •
Adams, ltintlieW: . ," Eludes, Mrs. Air - •
Aiiderstin,,Mrs. Elizabeth Burnes. Mrs. Jane .
Baker, Charles J. Hurley, Samuel
Beecher; James Ingram, Joseph*"
Ball, Rev. John - lngraham, Prof. j.. H.
Bell, Miss Betty • Jordani s Mason
Calvert, Mr. ' '-
Acitillim, Ranin'ef •
ColWell,James Esq . - "Rueter, Frederioic '-* •
Dise, John • A r yle, Measts..l: &J. .
Diller, Michel Le-Compt,.Margat'et
Ihivia; Miss Matilda Laidig, Gecko
_Easterls,_JOnsthin - ' Line r Georm Esq.
Ettiepa t •IN cob ~
ab ~ Loudon,ilamcs
Eisenhart, Miss C:tribe Main, Mrs. Catharine
Etigib* i Miss Margaret ~ Madden, Capt. A. M. =
Fiala:rn, John , g.,cfarlane,
Foater,,Dr. Alfred • McCabe, Phillip
Fish&dafred:A. - . Martio,•WilliaM ..
• Farrenbaugh, Peter McKenna, P. " •
Faller, John '2 ' Magowau, John
Frinfrtek, David • "Miles; Salm*on S.
(camber, Peter. ' Miller, Jonas . ..,
Garrard, Lewis Miller, Thomas M. -
Getz, Abraham 2 Milligan, gainuel
•Gorrell,Nanoy • . '`' Moon, William S. •
Grieng, Daniel - " - Mnrdorff., Abraham •
Gibbons, Michael' • "Nelson, William 2
Gibson, Francis " - . Nickey, Abraham'
Graham, Mrs. Poll) , • Nill; Mrs. Mary
Batman, Andrew Richavon, Miss' Mary
Roof, Daniel ; 2 . Robinson, F. J.-'- •• - "
Sanderstm,Hannah'or Jobb Sibbitt, Miss Jane Ann
Sworda, William Seig, -Miss Rebecca •
Stuart, :Br. James ". , - Stiles, Miss . Margaretta
Sturgs, Thomas . - Thomas, Jaffa' '
Trough, William. Underwood', Thomas'
Ward, Dr. Joseph T; . Ward, Miss' Joannab
Ward, William 2 - \Kited, Josiah" _,.. .
Watts, Edward) • -.Webb, Beaty t. 7 ./
Zeigleri-lifra4Mary_Ann, - Ziegler, Mr. Sara net
Ziegler, Andrew - - •
' • Carlisle Barrack' -t -
St. .I. 4 .•jimilt. . ' Joseph Sitleyt :
Jacob A. Lope; , --
, iorepao ee a.
" • ' ' - W. * .N . PORTER..P. M.
'Carlisle July 6 11442. _ : _ .3t-S6
tEY4 'MING . in the' Poet Office 14___Hoges=
torn', Pa. July 1'; 1842. , s
I A tuns, William ' Harman, E.. Miss
Alines; Why Wel Kissinger, Elias
Adina, jJ Mullen, Peter
Adams, Abm'. . • Musser, Mrs. 2
Adams, Elizitbeffi Miss " Myers, Frederick't
damir, Mary Jane Miss Nose, Williane
garke,f,loinsph '. • Otstott, Jacbb ' •
Beltabotiver,•Geo. 2 Ray, Natmaj ,
Bralz; jacob ' Spotte,, Jacob
Breniser, Mary Mrs. . Snavely, .Yeltkn, •
Culp, Samna]: Single, 'Eve
bunk's; Jghn Swiler, Chriatoplieo
'Dunlap, Martin ;Timble, G00.:2
Eberley.Elitabeth'lllisw ThornP 6 bn , la"
Eberley,'Berijamm , • Weimer; Peter - ,
‘Vstoiii, - .lohn
Hault,•Grkirge ' . ; .Eirantex, John'
Hack, Ge:Orge ' • '• ' N. •
7 • JOHN JD...P. M.
' Hogeefoi'in; Ally 6,1942;;
. •. •
To—at' 4eirs and . lfga rejo,eB4.iitatitikg of
dEcniat' 'S.4/EAPPER; /die 6f Edri •
t o dtani hip; Lan fi rtile County, Penfigt.
v • •
ansiai dethised. '
Id Pursuanee 'crf 4n oidd telineroui of the-Gr-,
AL Omits' Court of Lithenater tounty; I will hold
an inquisition upon the Real _get 4 te of the said
George Sheaffer, deceased, on -FRIDAY, the, 6th
day of AUGUST, A.D. 1842; at o'clotkiP.M.i
at his , fate residence, in Earl township; to make
partition and appraisement of said Real Estate, at •
which time and place you may attend, ifyou think
"The Reat Estate of, the said deceased .consists'of the PliAlliTAtllo64 in Eatl, township:
upon Which the said deceased resided when he
died; containing Shoat 160,Arbri.e i gi adjoining
Ilundo•of.Iolin Wallace, John Martin; arid Ranck.
and otheis. A PIECE 0TT.4.11111R, in said
township; containing abont .1 , 2 ',tete.; adjoin
ing lands of John High and GideOri lloyder, and
A Pitt% OP, SPROUT LAND. in
said township, Containing abort S Aotes, ad.
joining lands of Wendel hall; Jesse . Line. an'd
others. . A: E. ROBERTS,.
Sheillf of Lancaster co6tY.
' July , 6, 1842.
GROCERIES TO SUIT THE TIMES;
Q.7c. 'Zr y i s
'EN addition to a general and well selected se;
sortnient of ' •
Riosoiree's, iitown &
white iittgars, §plce,l, ate. •
I Italie Just receir . ed a large lot of ext - ellent Loaf
Sugar6ca part of Which at the IoW priceofl24
Cents per lb. by the Loaf, and other qualities at
corresponding low, prices.
Fine G'reen and , Black Teas, at reduced prices,
Nero North 'R-'ver Cheeee, Lemon, Vanilla,
Strawberiv and Sarsaparilla Syrups,.
Table Oil and Cider Vinegar, first
quality, Sperm Oil, Sperm and. • .
hlouiil Cenci/es, Canon.
• dish, Ladies Twit
4. Plug Tobacco;
- • • Spabish, ,
Hail' Spanish and Common Sagan', ono 'fierce of
Superior Honey, Ground Altai= Salt, i Fine Tablet
Salt, Tub., Buckets,Churna,Corn Brunini*Brusheg
of all kinds, Bed Cords, Plouili Lines; Market
Baskets, Scc. Bakers No. L Horrroepathie and
sweet spiced tealand 'Chotolates; as abni_Cocoa
and Cocoa taste; Rice; Starch, Mustard.. And a
general asssrtment of •
Chinn; GIaSS & Queens\
Together with a general variety of all other ar
ticles in the Grocery line, constantly on hand and
seninir, at the lowest cash prices, suitable to the
,A fee , harrets No. 1. - Trimmod Shad, warranted
in good order, also Sahnon'77:
•• The subscriber returns his siocere tlinnkl to the.
'public for the very liberal_eneouragenient. receiv.... •
ed, and hems in - lotere to merit' nd receive alike •
support. -His store-is-in the fliitk • lifetuse,.
Alain street; formerly the resitieneo of the late
J.. W. EBY.
July G, 1842
• . LIST OF LETTERS
hENIMNI NG ill the Post Office at Mechnies
burg, Pa. July 1, DM.
George Alexander;- William 'lune,
J ame ,, A ii d ers op, . Williatrill inney, Esq.
George Attick, Elizabeth Krugh,
Jacob Boyer, ' Saint. •Klein
Jacob Blust„ Catharine Kauffman; .
Joseph Brandt, Henry Kerins,
John Barnhill, Jacob Koons; •
George Brenizer; • • , Phillip Lawyer, - ""
Mixtin Best. . ... _ Mathew Louden, . •
Col. S. Brenizer, 2 ' Aliehael Longsdorf, EA.. ~
John !looser, John IMOtherspawiEsq: 2 .
John Coover, • • "
J. E. Clore, , Volunteer Conipany.
David M. Cockiin,• John .P. Menrlatid, .
Stephen Camp, " 3iie*Oli Maid, Kt. -
Joht Cara; • William McAfee,
James Dunlap, ' David Orris, ,
John Poster, . Abraham Overholtzer;
Martin . Dttnlig, Esq. Catharine Hitch,
.1. H. A; Dunlap, •. -. David Rockafellow,
1)1.. Ira'DitY, 3 . Abraham Renard,
Jatne.t I. Dale; • J. D. itirpyi tt crs,
13e11j. Ebersole, .. .Jacob Ropier; • • '-
D. Lnisminger, Esq.,. 'Geor'ge Shradei,
Benj. Eberley, , .• - Barbara Shan:thane;
Christian Fulmer, . David Sponger,
David Free, Capt. John Spear,
William Fegan,. , Marteue Sage,
Mary Amt Fetrow, • . Joseph Singiser, .
John Eicholse, J. Seiler,
Daniel Gosweiler, 2 '• Jacob Spidlei
George Goodman, _ John Shing,leri
!save Goshert, Jacob Shull,
Misi 11. Drab:tin, Ge4ge tiaard
Jacob Hoover, F. ,W,Onderlich,2
GeOrge W. liarn, Henry Yolekerd,
Martin lb:Meier; •==..5...,
. GEO. r. ChIN, .
. . .
Meclianicabui•g; July 6, 1842. •
1)Iir lIA n Licnos
lOMPOU Xl7 stragthaing and German`
Aperient Pills, are warranted to cure diseases'
of the Stomach and nervous system. 'Mr. Samuel.
Phillips, West Kensington, Philadelphia; was en
tirely caved by the highly valuable and itt:
estimabie inediciite ; hi thief symptoms were pain
and weight at the pit of the, stomach after eating;
loss of appetite, sour eructione, fratulency, costive
ness, and weakness in the bretist, constant headache,
dimness and confusion' of sight, n'eryoutfirritabill
ty.which ineePacitafed hindroiti attending to his
business for twelve. months, during whith ume he
tried various medicines, but found little ielief, until
by Using the Compound Streogtherting : Tonic and
German Aperient Pills, he was enabled in five
weeks to-resume his business. ,
Philadelphia Office No: 29 North Bth street;
Where the above medicine can always be. obtain.
ed: Also'at the drug store of J.' J. MYRS•its
Carlislc,and at the drug store of WAL PEAL;
July if, 1842
IN BANICRIIPTOT: •
• • Nortirk; .
PETITIONS for • the- benefit of the Bank
rupt Law, were, filed on Me 27th' June?
CORNELIUS E.DAV' IS, late Mei
chant, now Chair Maker; &c. Ciniiherland cu.
ADAM MAURFR, Stone Mason, individ
ually and as a partner of this firm of
Maurer & Zeiglet,Contrantors: Cumberland co.
JAMES' M. ALLEN, late Clark, Cumberland co.
Which Petitions . willbn heard before the Dis
trict Court of. the Untied States for the Eastern
District of Pannsylvanta, sitting. in Bankruptcy..
at the Dietrict Court Room, in . the City of Phil
adclphia,on Friday the btivdayde Au gust next,at
11 o'clock? A: When and'Where all iiiirscink
interested may appear and show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of the said Petitions should
not be granted, and the said Petitioners be declar-•
FRA'S. HOPKINSON, —
Clerk of Maid Court.
A A CrIE
NY person wishing — tn . incest a Pin ,
AI L rand DollarS :in new end' substentikl ,Pro
peily feri'per dddt t annum. . •
will hear of an dpportunity of doilies° by
on the Editer_Of the o .fierzeld , & Expoikter.".
Cat lisle, June 249,
Jury 6. 1842
,rINHE, Proprietor reePeetemY informs the pub
He in' encral that he ie prepanal to wont.
modulo a large number.•
i i 3DARDIERS • VrElles
_ar'n aituated" 4:Oiliest:tont* of Par
lisle, CuMberland ictinerintaltht and ro
mantic place. The North Mountain itconveniant•
for those that are Nati of gunning.,iln4dditicat
tb the most' ATVIKE, ACCOMMODATIONS,
there iii.also•an extensive. BATHING ESTAB- •
LISIIMENT, both warm and cold. • '
BirA Etsioncri' will rich' froin Carljsle to ,
.Springs during the seadorr for tha.imedrorno4tiol,a l
of visitors. • • •-
Junn-pli, 1842. • • • ' 4
111 USTsigy printed at thins itAtie qctsortmerttef
42, reos t • *arAk i yA4B - : slit*