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- "MAL. B M:EXP'R.
•..e ~ . ~
For CEma3 Commissioner.
SA.MES - POWER,
OF MERCER "COUNTY.'
'To our Etutitritiero.
The'sabscribers to, the. 4 Herald' residing
in this County, who are inarrears, are in
ft:Pi-Med that wehave.plaCed their accounts in
the'harids of a Collector, Mr. Robert Wight
wan. The bill we have given him it is grat
qing - to know are good, with scarcely an ex
ception, and we have little doubt that our re
tooted patrons Will feel a pleasure in imme
iately handing hip "the ready," without
'elfin for another call. Our expenses are
aayy . absolutely necessary that
He Neill wait upon our subscithers In the
;sapper end this weeic ' and those of other sec
tions of the county iftthe course of the Month.
0641eadthe admirable , letter of "Harry
of the West," on our first page. •
. . ,
Oz,- Rev. Mr. Lilly was yesterday clii.y in
stalled Pastor of the Second Presbyterian
Church in this borough ; by the Presbytery of
There is every ;reason to fear tliat the
neW - FrTie McKay will also pa*
the Senate. Are the locos now satisfied tilt
Polk is a better Tariff man than Clay? •
CoaarageratmiT.---The'exercises-of a cpmi
mencement" take place to : morrow morning
This morning at 12 o'clock, fion. Mr. Hilliatd,
a distinguished member of Congress:willde
liver the Atinual-oration before Belles Lettres
'Society. This' evening, - Rev Mr. Moore will
deliver an address before the Union Society.
The pablieis invited to be-preseut.
Kr President Emory and Prof. Caldwell,
of Dickinson College, we understand leave
11116 country next week m one of the New
York packets, for England. They go as
delegates to- the great Worhrs Convention !
in London, as Well as in pursuit - of health.—
We trust that their hopes %fill be crowned
with success in both the objects of their
. We regret to Nara that a member of
Capt.. Washington's Artillery was killed, last
week, near Bedford. While crossing one at .
the mountains he fell frprii the;,caissen upori
which s he *as riding, and the wheel passed
over his head, causing instant death. .He
was buried with military honors. Another
ml tho meii met with a. se 'ous accident, but
.ring-at last ae omits. The company
has received a consi erable number of re.
cruits on the route.
ACCIDENT AT HARRISBURG.—Wo,jearn from
Harrisburg that two young mop, named Sol
omon Snyder and W. B. Rodney, were
seriously injured by the premature discharge
of a cannon, on the morning of the 4th.—
They were members of Capt.Seiler's corn
pay and were enghed in firing a salute.
The former has been obliged to have one
arm amputated, and the latter it is feared will
lose the use of both of his eyes, from the
MILTTAMT EXVEDITION TO CALIFORNIA.-
From the rumors in the New York Journals,
and from Washington City, it seems probable
that a military expedition is being fitted out
• for California. This expedition; it said,
will consist of a force of two thousand young
men, selected from the best class 91 mechan
ics and laborers of tho middle and eastern
States, and will go in the capacity of ,soldier
and emigrant. They are to be fully officered
and equipped, and receive the full pay of U.
S. volunteers, eo long as their services may
-be required by to General povemmeilt in
the war with Mexico; at the close of which
they are discharged, each receiv!ng three
hundred and twenty acres of land iinalifor-
Ma, on which they are bean(' to settle. The
object of the expedition is not fully stated,
but it, is probably with a view to tak6 pos
ressiqp that" conntryi:End ta hold it as a
kind of indertniiii, for the Pi:pensesinOinfed
in tins.. Mexican war; at all eVents, tint MOVe-.
ment is an important one r and the poSsess
ion of . California would be of immense ad
vantage-tp the United,States.
,Tho New ()derma Commercial Times
—states'that an eminent 'comreprcial ho,use in
that city has received an older for the purpose
'of 'cotWe in_ thitlieea _entlernan said to be•
a mitiirrelatty.e, of the Mexiesn' Ainbassador
_ . Lendmi. It is.adde'd that Cominedbre
Connerlas orders to permit-and to Isenhour'
pasEa 4! to, , and landing :at, Tampico .or
'Verapni; ai.fiernsiyAE:aire: 'There is some
• myitert in,..thtknOtter,.tnexplained, tint the
Presumption-of tub is that his•ineve.
--= 'meriterlutirti'sotrui — eonnantietrnit'h'Mc;:tiean '
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thA Hem ' J'" alter
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*The Speaker, DAVIS, inclifitet w 144 did
not vote. • ' • • -
It is said that';Sir Rebelkll , „ alketa d •the
Editor of the Union were t he floor_of the_
House during 'the voting, for the purpose of
keeping the 'ranks straight!
Underls the_duty . iiti Iron is r
.. 30 pe
cent, and n C'ettorA Goods 25 per cent, ad
taliiiigni; or 14 one h* of what it is now.—
The general dihnioq is that this will not pro -
tect our Iran Mat facturers; and that they
•iviil be altnost utt prostrated.
CEtcriassme OF TIIE 4th.—Notwithstand
ing the unpleasantness of the weather, the
great National Jithilee was observed in our
borough with unusual animation and spirit.
' The day -was ushered in by the ringing of
bells ; and at sunrise a National salute was
fired by Capt. Todd's company of Light Ar
There was no celebration cf the day by the
Itihigs. Most of them we presume enjoyed
" hasty plate of soup" at home, while a
goodly number of thetri, we observed were
in the ranks of the Sous of Temperance.
The Sons of Temperance made a highly"
imposing display, and indicated by their
numbers that the cause-of Temperance has
tained a foothold in this community which
lully ensures its ultimate triumph. On this
occasion the two Divisions or this borough,
were- joined by a goodly • number of their.
brethren from fieighboring Divisions. They
fogned in:procession at 12 o'clock, the mem
bers' wearing the .neat and tasteful regalia
which distinguishes 'the Order, and the offi
cers adorned with-their badges:of distinction'
and bearing the various insignia of office--
A fine band of young amateur Misicians,
from our neighboring borough of Newville,
preceded the procession, and "discoursed
most eloquent music" during the march.—
We must (ICA ouitt to add, that the perform
ances of this Band were in the highest de
gree creditable to the membors, - and elicited
the warmest expressions of admiration and
praise froth our citizens. After travelling the
principal streets ; the procession assembled,
(in consequence ot the incleMency of the
weather,) in the Market house, where they
were joined by a large number of citizens
not connected with the Order. The assem
blage was then „ealleitio„onlefrancl the exer
cises opened wolf prayer by Rev. Mr. Squier.
The Declaration of Independence was then
read by L. G.- Brandebury, Esqr- alter-a-brief
but highly appropriate introductory address.
Ile was , followed by the Rev. Mriperei in
an address ilistinguishcd •by great once and
eloquence, on the subject of Temperanceand
the objects of the Order of Sons of Temper
ance, The 'members then adjourned . to their
hall to partake of a substantial collation which
had been prepared by their atteritiVe com
mittee; and to which the fatiguing exercises
of the day enabled them to do full justice.—
After this the crowd again assembled -in the
Market house, where addresses were sue
cessivelydelivered-bfßev. Mr. Kremer and
Rev. 111';. Jordan, which were listened to with
marked attention. •: Thus closed a - most
vationaf,an4pleasanteelebratien of this ever
e'inbered daY 7 -4 celebration,. hose
influence was clearly aeon- in the• Powerful
cheek it gaveto the 'Spirit of diserder and'
drunkenness •th which the 9t! 'of July iStoo
often given 'up. . . .
The locofoco celebration we believe was
no very great affair, thii attendance on the
occasion being tallier Mint The'"distin
the Hon. • Jesse Miller, and James X; McLan
'ahem, of Chambersburg, bottof. whom .de-'
jiVeied the latter' sac:
eee'ded in ingratiatir.g himself stiffwiently
with the'demooracy of CUmbetland to secure
the nomination for congress remains tct.
, In the' evening, ,the,Pratortal;l, Exhibition
of the Union'Philosophical Society of
in the MethodisA:'-Chnrelt;- dreW a. brilliant
thrdng of 0. ' whose
bright eyes and aunnySernilasever encourage'
the_riapirindiyro ,anti_speak the ,
Inrottearipituiee - whiehlis nuthfularnbitioa
iesia!i , e ol 9r-?c5 11 0, 6 4 (11 1 3 ,:,011 ' aift,
and ,the'iferlortnencee ,thei.yoting . 4Pratore.
we hear spoken of , as creditableto , thelniel-_
lies:and:to the Inatitutioni Carl4ll
Band ita_enhveriiitg;ab 4 iiai'
givo further effect to the eveningVontertaiat
:i. 7 .44inunivi. 4 --The lawn! the, test ,Leglelatur°
ittits:tn, tho'cifikene Cif:the fol toning onunties'
qi*iitsjaTni4l . thierigit,,t to vote 'far nr,ticainst
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1.1:- Chester; tinsineinainairlreßuafTi
mcietur, -. EllcalV Lomb APitY,Wttei*eWenn ,
, Pitems;Cleatfteldffehingtan—a, ntivilkit_l4,
the reT7ifiiffiftA bomoVrt#Mtnint thltlittuti
In iho Ontigty, 01 "V* 00 1 41 114 1 r.*1 01 113 11 ,1V
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thstthik*OeF ':*tligittliglie l *MlAde
nit intfiliZOSi. Vip,,fl,A4'qnV,
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mairMaiiriAlll , Passed .,, nytthe:
''.llOuseik*lfitt.pf - Tariff :of 1 842 Ito , '•
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1' ireleigi7;tithi(iVV:itahlnitoif. piperslhat thp'
Ina* TO eMina,iklyariff ' Bill known as , IVIO
ayts billnbfif i`eallyframed by ff Str'fitbert
V.Valiter, prtgell - d - t owes ter - ridy-evotringf-'
by . thiti'decisiVe . VOte 6f 114 to 95! Among
the .nays we are glad to, firldeyety,,Topayb
coma member, of both nitifies, bittivir. Wit ; :
not, WlVO're'Pretientsilhe Biailffid diitriel, and
Wh6 it appearti - is'it ilety.free hada' inatt.:
He voted for the bill, thus violating theliit,',
.structtops.,of ra'. late Legislature. , ~.,-...,.,
To his truckling surrender of our ffele lir and
unqUestiOnahle" title to 54 49,Jamei K: Polk
has 'how added a 'still baser' surrender of
more important American interests ; to the all.
grasping - spirit - of - British - wealth and-power!
ilvms not enough 'that he . tthould give up
ive degrees of Amoriean soil, our g clear and
unquetliOntible - title" to Which he so vamit
inglyiktssertcd.but did . pot niatntaitt—but now
_TH.H.TARIEF. QC 1842,.thatdeare,st and most
ohenshed:interesi of Americap.working-men
—that which . has cove( d . county:'our nny with'
'• blessings and, beneil."—that WhiCh gilres
Bread to thousands and t ousands Of honest
laboring men—that too, m st be added to the
sacrifices which the Administration of James
K. Polk• seems ever ready
. .a willing to
-rinake,to build up British power at the expense
of the prosperity of the United States. How
Much longer will the American 'peoPlesub
mit to bo thus trampled upon - and crushed
down lay a man who gained rower by the
most unblushing falsehOod . and infamous de:
ception ever practised upon iv - confiding and
nnsuspecting people? ' And how long, too,
will the people continue to listen tethe an= .
principled demagogues who crouch at the feet
of'comipt power';.and do its meanest bidding
?vets to the sacrifice of every honest princi
ple and every .cherish6d . lnteresi of Ameri„-
i s an TrosTmrity ? Is there no free thought, no
manly pride, no spirit above party, left in the
hearts of the People of Pennsilvailiaohyt
.subiliit to these repeated wrongs
and outrages? What State other than Penn
sylvania, do these mercenary politiell games
ters attempt to trifle with in this•wayi—
Whose interesteare sacrificed, and her gulli
bility laughed at, like poor old loeofocoism
ridden Pennsylvania.:--tho "blind giant" of
the Union? -
The passage of this bill shows this immense
and' irresistible power which% placed in the .
hands of the President by his .official patro
nage. And we may safely say thitt without
ibis power the bill could not have been pass
ed. ,The course of -the Ohio delegation is
sufficient'proof of this. ' Two days befeiv the
passage of the bill,_Mr. Brinkerhoff, of_Ohio,.
(los 2 o.foce)_tose in the:Honse, as he said r it to
have a. little plain talk" with.,thuitly and
the Ailreinistration.• Mr. B. said lie_spoke in
behalf of the Democratic portion of the Ohio
delegation. Tbere,yere some things which
they could not and would not do. They
would do.much for the sake of harmony, but
they would not .vote for the bill of the corn
„mince. of ways
. .and means, to reduce the 13;1: -
ties on imports—the Union to the contrary
notkvithstanding. Mr. B. said the West had
been excluded keit their share of Federal
patronage. They had none of the first or
second class of offices. They had no min
ister abroad--no consuls of the first, second,
or third class. They Were treated as star
lings, and thettime had now arrived when
patience ceased to bo-a virtue. The recom
mendations of the-Ohio delegation had been
disregarded, and his constiuents were not
ready to lick the hung that smote them, or
fawn upon their feet that spumed them.—
I:Neither the Adtbinistration or theoaten of
the Administration shbuld drive them into the
support of measures 'which they thought
wrong.. If they could not have a c(1!!!rof
the honors of government, they would, at
least, have a share of the•cornforts of life.—
The Ohio delegation was ready to vete for
war taxes, 'but they would not impose on tea
and coffee a war tax. We now quote his
Oh, but you will• vote this tax as a war tax.
certainly, as a war tax you will vote it, wont
you You will not refuse a tax to support
the wail Y(0, we would have voted you a
war tax just as large as you chose to al& if
we had not, seen you such 'valiant 'heroes
alien the fighting was to be with' the Alexi=
can Hyena, but trembling like an aspen leaf
to the muttering 21 _the British: Lien. 11,yon
hid stood up forltliat you Youseelyea taught
uswas mir,right, you might have taxed any
thing you pleased..," We . would have stood ;
by you till: the, last, and ,given you our : last
.yon Nave. nnule, mostdisgmce•
ful sarrender..,After,declaring that . Or e gon
was ouraof,rightup to 54 , deg.' 40 miff., you
have come : down to: 49, deg..--yaf ) . below,
49 deg: f and, have given- bp.to our ancient
enemy the ifse Of a great river south Of that.
line. And atter allthis,•you ear' now turn
round and ask lor•a war ;•Isloly,
must pay for a wei for. aouthern'ootigneet;
'rifler you have giVen aWay,
millions of acree . 90 -.o Vf ,tetdot-a,t the
North. .'1, 4 1411 you,now,"itA Pout An} to,gtant
you a tax ;on: tea and coffee do ~yoti
think _we .will' Ve it? :NO,_ We, Will do hr ho
sa 'the b eginning , that
Iciiii„here - le - have sorriephiliffallr — ,
But 11.'Rroceeded, to say that the Ohio
delegation:would , notvotirlor the bill- ~evert`
with ttho ona and'Coffee gait en- anti
fo 'without that lei the billsould not potedtufe:
• • .• • • . .
anfifnie/4;.ra;Vl4o.: , ;'? , Tliff :tea and,:coffee, ;
-i r4 3 04 14 / 1 /1 0 WrAfe Secretis r iy - ,iir . the,' Mieat
Bury, yqul4 ypi14,13,0q0,090-40tk lea‘
`oogot4rbile. ti 26 000 tiete" • at Wait' tVinild,:, be
required for. the -, suport,oc:: , the goyotament.:
- t -Wllitleci.elea,rlY - 0 019.r.PqrS9d 1: , , y 4!e. gen, 1
Ile inia from N. Y: 00tainleiterd)rthat.ihe'
4;111 i'aii tobibi inadequate to.tbp'Fols'ol,p4)
-9130• irOndff ~t0. 11 4,q . cof 111 !14 11 * 1 1Ord'I
bitl=irand.thotie ivito.eipeeted to carry tbe.bili,
of tbti - eommittee"ol - Ayaya and: ipeanti teak,'
ptied;iltbeniAl'el(hOtP; 'lhpr.*o l Cii 3 O
ouji*ifitiiiiiii ilie;i4toiajn3 otif f i 3 Olpga.;
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..W cOliiiiitili liii;ppe,e6, - .kyl - , saying !kit : , ' hi, -,
1 ia4 4' llii f#Oq ii Pe, oo,lo ftand'bX.Pen o o
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Aifiswit.egeAliiiioiiwOlitii: l SirPlioOrahikt,
pii:ih ..cotipriptAfttOkfiltep(rego 9 Wiiiisi,k,
*lnicul a pe t mo#,T . ; # 44, ;-, ,i ) ..%-oligi n oi ;
~ .e!!..t0pt",.70-111140,,.. if ger A. :ex,e4.-,, , t t leßA: l t i: •
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not going tqptove mittrialiliistreliefvelong
,tesked vvith'pri - dOO har.DeoiottrittiobSnner,
ands it Would.bel,„atileldel'iluidnestt'te,throw
haf,into,the bXilf.raetikOf eiit c 'enerriy. -- • - '' - ' l / 4 .-:
~.„41')iiiii;itia'," iii(itvitheiii neglect •Will'he ,re:
-maiti,,,,ed, .10hiiii) trietilOill not - -,be'-for• - i.
iltiliai...' l'i,b9 pie' Penbsylypto 'l , illl' , y,lel(1.
, Plielii ftie...theirlaktv.O.f:compratifisitl:bhtte gO.:,
14 - tlil Oiir*e6,iiiiiiif in'it*ttliliitf , kbl4l'4oga,
for -the . - destreatiitii'.Or a' , . ZAK Whielt, done
— ialtl - sun . tie7- - to-titlopuatillAithitth
'etl.is with a.'defleit. of three or four millions '
- ivA,canttot do it and we will not do A. •We
cawriefecw . -:yotirbiliwitl will defegy9tat...4l/..:•;.k
13 0tb, Him More in . 'sti`irow than lit anger.. 1,.
c erish ncrhoitilityta.anYinaiiiin.thislicfor,
bia,gentlamemon all sides May reckon upon-,
this purpose towber, fixed. asjate., .. ' '•l apeak,.
as to' Wise!' men ;iiitage ye. ,what i,say.r±t
fr•hii.- s Peach--...Wes , beßßl . 11 1,, Pref9ql)4•Pii,PPeet.
and produced great sensation. -
This wad4zjitizin talk" enough, certainly,
and presuming. the Man to be hAftest, it gave
the friends of the'prese,nt Tariff every reason
to believe' that no how hit: retsina pass the
House: But did this spOils.hunler''rapain faith
.ful to Pennsylvania and his Pledgest : IVe
Learn thaton thid.iery night afterhis speech a,
caticrq was, held. 'The claiThs of the Ohio
delegation for O'fAce—lor, spoils—were no
doubt looked-into by the Aclministmtion r and .
when the vole Wasiiikaiti -- d - fi,thicbill on Fri L
- the entire ilelegatioii of laiofocealfrom Ohio
with this `Brinkerhoff .at their head,., VOTED.
FOR MeKAVS BILL!! - What. a, humilia- .
Ming speCtacle',lii , tor the American people!
Otivhat kind of men masttbia House Ofiteg
resentatives be 'composed:, when their votes
can be thushucksterecl to secure spoils forsome
starving, office-liunte. f One of the Ohio del
egation who thus sold themselves,:was the
sausage-eating Sawyer, who vouched . .for
McCook's good chamfer lately in Harrisburg.
Brinltetheff we elmuld think must be a near
relation of IVlcCook !
' The ntilted truth is that the President CA the
United Stated is at this moment a,.MILITA..
_RY DESPOT. With millions of money sod
denly placed at his disposal—with huqdreds
of.new 'offices created by the War to supply
the famithed hordes of office-hunters—WßY
fat Army contracts in abundance 'to give him
the means ot enriching his pliant Supportere' l
—he now Wields an, influence and patronage
scarcely exaeidecl by the despOtic power of
Nicholas of Illi6iii---Hi3has now but to give
the slightest-indication of his sovreign will to
be obeyed. 'Does the General-in-Chief of the
Army -roman - strawa.g
which are crippling him in his duties? he is
instantly cashiered for alleged disrespect to our
royal President! • Does a member of. Con
gress betray a little independence of action?
an office iii at once ready to quiet his clamm:.
Freedom of thought and independence of ac
tion-may be looked for in vain-in Congress,.
while power and,patronage so immense rest
with the Executive. Let the People see to
it before if ii too 4re.
Arrival of the Brittannla.
The. Brittannia stearnsbiti arrived at Bos.
ton on Sattiii rWr last. TIT 'news is not of
great irriini4incri: The Corn Law bill had
sately..passed ifie commitiee in the House of
Lords. Grain had declined in price. Iron'
still mairyfaned pregious'priCes.- •
The .Pepe, Gregory XVI., died on the Ist
of June.. His death was sudden, and it was
thought might give rise to rumors such as had
followed tie decease, sirnilarly, of several of
his predecessors. It is that his sue
cessor will, be the Cardinal Franzoni, a dis
tinguished Jesuit, which will cause him to
be opposed by France. He is 71 years of age.
Great nitationLontillues to prevail in 'the
Papal States, split was feared that outbreaks
The rupture. betiVEOit Mexico and the U. S.
had attracted much attention in Europe, and
had interfered more or less with business.
The Queen of Englond had fully recover
ed her health. The loyal infants were well,
Too Li . ve,—Col. Carter of the Lancaster
Democrat thus honestly confesses the infa
mous deception practised by Polk and his
party in relation to the Tariff of 1842:
"We regret—deeply regret—the false
position assumed by the. Administration in
.relation to the existing. evenue laws. Before
the present - administration came into newer,
from the representations. of . proMinent, prints
and politicians, we were induced to believe
that "no change was contemplated by , Col.
Polk and his immediate supporters in the
Tariff of 1842." 'Nay; more. In common
with our brethren of the deniocmtiO , press of
this State, - we • endeavored- tot make othets
entertain the same belief, and . With what suc
cess is"nown part of the political history of
the country. At nearly every gathering of
the democracy.. during the 'memorable cam
paign of 1849, "the Tariff - of 1842" Was
, recognized among the orthodox - rat lying c ries
—was inserihed:unow the banner—and peri-
PSthetio.oratord - Initsted, and insisted with
truth, ;Ihe.tonntry was, indebted for this
great measure tar demoeratiervetert. ,,, It was
adAvelf knowri,,then.i,n V:r s nt - the , present
dine .that ' the ,; OrOkitef`rirr
, troukhave , een: o hut the ap,
peered before:l opponent of
the, , existinsloent awe: Others ' , may
, nhange,thetrivieiTis from; fear
ni:from in toreisleiL . 'etl3 2 ,bneVill intend to
Stand , Where,NitlitiVe•Otimpistbad ; - ito
upon the . .fulfilitirtnl , !iffieletnii - pledges
iti-resist;with ,, YeOpriiing . ..eriergyi every -St.
tempt-lo thwit ishna;lor,enerificialhe_
interestryof the people Of7thisigreat
•We'sperik within:Winds thi!
NINE I TENTHS of the citizens this Coin-
Monwealth nre- j opposef erfralteration—or
. me - edification-Twit* Tariff' Of -- 184 27.•
Sumrecn.'•Steicuss.—lt . abould bc remem.
'bored that,Ahrteg the intellect' heacqf , sum.
process of difiestranTiii
with kill% extreme, )auguor, that' our fOod,'ib.•
aiciad.ef beafo dissolved , j and'ecin-
Nerted into nturuneri(fikithe'tiod)i;'ofteni' be t
Moines, actually Or ,putritied•'n'tlie'
titomach.." Ilene° bad breitliMisiggiveidde
taste - OthilaiseOlie'praue;:' dyfeefOry) -
Oliblero Incir,blia' end '-oltior pains;.
Vekistiddi.Ellaiitif, r aierieirr
cure for , the'liboVrilibUfgefiAa l eartitilia,intai
beCause they etoette anal or
all 016E4 `anil:: putrid buiperk,*wi
are die ".eauee;;T':utfq!ohly,'"Of ”clicorilele
liti*Oel'AbOtef,' every'iialetlyinoitteek to
aii i :S
an d puriff ,kbe, therefore ,'gtve
health anti "Alie„34lloe tmme;'o3vell
.:2L-V4iit cerl i4l46 %& :% ;"of . ; 11 _,g is6'14 0 ° c i r ti !or " '7 •*ii61 9 4‘t , qet
?eropligoz, - 'Nor 166,14 ii',•atiebt, , `Phibuirti.
coda e; poir m 4,
1 :110 , 0410 11. ;#4304 . 40
6 0 . 4fi*M 4 r43:V ; 1 2 .1
. , .
beinkini;Ean heilea elf
sadi ricCidentaly took t 1 046attatatia , 1
steer The-fir:in thko:_tWikret.l4,_eff.waff
• • " • ..
tradecinjoi clod c s atb of tkal gre4,
made the:gloom of the day donblygloorarto
My feelings, and being the 4th criJifly at that,-
could le -still-no --longer, -Iltinted-up.rhy- old
steknpy pen, determined pot to yield- - while
there was a•shot in the locker>hrotigh the
derk`elilliebrielitilli 'MY liglif"fiherre„
that was, the vehicle threegh- which the def
amation camatviii the adtioeate Of the grand
son of ,a British Tory of the Revolution—
and that vehiclebeing newels') the advocate
of the interestsofqm British Government and
against the best interests Otthetnited States,
Who - eVen garso far as even - tcYtai - Ameri ,
can laborers in . such a way as to' deprive
them, their little:Ones, and theirrwiyes, of
• their dish of _Tee andl •Ceflee,—take. the la
bour from-us arrirliiveitp - erforined. in En
rope,—thereby: 'mining the. Annericari: ;Par.,
mers and. mechanics. -Week, courage, de
termined on redeeming my. country from the
hands of British Tories: Th e yelimtegrassertrl
that the President did - offer the command to
General Scott -and be refused to repair to the
seat of mar, Now this I boldly - deny.. The -pre
sident never did give MIA the conuncnid, and the
correspondence between Genera] Scott and - 1
breeches Marcy plainly showed - he never in-
tended to give it to'him.• If General Scott had
gone to the Rio Grande without his written
orders, he would have indeed been unwise,
fdt how easy fbr such unprincipled men to
have denied everything they said. ...Bei:Gen..
Scott knew his ditty; he saw the plots that
were hatching ;• he waited for his orders.—
None came ! Breeches Marcy soul there was
- t - ' patience'-onlaccounLof-his_not gniagb,_
the seat of war, wolf knowing that Gen. Scott
, was not ordered, but was only verbally
promised the-command of the'so,ooo Militia,
and he was busy making - preparations for
that service, even before he had received any
orders of the command kom the President.
In the mean time the Propident and Bred
;heti Marcy were laying plans to have Gen.
Scott cut-off from the service altogether-=and
actually had such a law passed through Con
gress by a strict party vote. The party say
Scott must be beheaded. Yes they fear the
honest hearted, wise headed, scariod old sol
dier, one of the greatest and best of men...
'His fame is - sealed with his own -blood which.
was shed freely - in the Cause of hig country.
Had General Scott acted front the nfomerit's
impulse, and hurried to the seat of war,. the
President would have hurried him' back in_
double quick-ti Me. Rad the President'giien
his-written instructions they Mould have been
obeyed, every American knows. The, old
adage is when fools rule the people Mourn—
But when rogues rule the people - srlfferatind
mourn.... But why offer to defend General
Scott--he needs no defence, he acted right
matter—his name and his fame
place him above the reach of such foul tra
ducers, and like polished steel the more he is
rubbed the brighter he shines—We all know
General Scott as a soldier, a citizen, a Chris
tian and true Anierican—We know his poli
ce] principles—we also know as well as any
coming event can be known if he lives he
willl be elected, President of the U. S. in 1848
and happy will our country 'be when we
have such a man to rule over us—the glon
mks triumph of seeing. another Patriot and
Stateman—elevated.' by 'he suffrages of a
free people to the highest honor in their pow
erto bestow—And that gilt bestowed -upon
such a man as General Winfield Scott will
fully show republics are not alwaysmigrate
ful,and that we are still fit to govern our
Remember the letter to J. pa, Kane—
America has suffered from its bane.
has sent the Mos down so low
They cannot rise thtsy very wall know
The banner is up and flaunting wide,
"Scoi-r and Warily" on each side!
The tyrants cower at the sight
.And cry Pisani with all their might.
' A RAKEII:I‘BI.NDER.
July 4 1846
The Attention of the enterprising and ad
.vonturous`ts,directed to Lieut. Porter's adv.
. , From the Tribune.
As respects the notice of DR. TAYLOR'S
BALSAM OF 'LIVERWORT, Mr. Editor
that I o in your paper a few days ago.
like publicly to say, that, though I have had
some honest doubt s about there being any
cure for deceased Lungs, yet I know and
most`sincerely• believe that if there, is any
inediciue on erulh'that will• ours, this lathe
remedy, but every person must be careful
to, see that he is using the treewticle, • which
hes on it a WHIM en _ rave m.per,.inga- .
ed by Dr. Leeds (who nks the charge of• it.)
It is vary likeln its appearance to a bank'
note; and like that,• when counterfeited, good
for nothing—prepared only at 375 Bowery,
N. Y. , 413ffriond of Orange, • N:l,-Lone of
the Most respectable residente=l refer to
leaao.BaldWin,. Esq. He, about six. yearev
since, - _was. taken with :a very hard cough and
spitting-of- blood, - of -a bright reil
his doctors honestly told 1111TetillTe from the
lungs.' He mini heard or 111113 W of Owes mside
by Di. TAYLOR'S; _ BALSAM. He,went_to
Newark and bought a bottle of Dr:Lowerrej
which - entirely'eured him; though he took an
other for safety but he has neverhadaleturn,
since: ; 1 1ilov, ski am not in favor of the nu
itierdus-!advertiseirreittidies, bht• - thinkTthat
sheyears a fair trifkand thatthis medicine
'ought to have , the; 'credit of it, , as'it id but
even..hhim ei rc- , 4 • - . JUSTICE.
Large 'Bottles 01,75, or '• six Bottles • for SI,
bq Small•Bottles,' 01,00, or six Bottles for
$5 Oa; • -,,,
in Cadisle by Stevenson' and Mehaf
ty;sole'Wgents,fcir:this borough. r.' •,‘
ihk; Boroug c n Saturday "
'fingering end,peiriful illness .Mrs.• Jinn
Mr. ,VV,illiant Anderson
Pge4, 5 P 4 .`'
u ck ; . 4 ; o o. 4 DA".gf,k,lt?'''.
,' •.' . 00117 x." '- , ~:;,,, ~:a T., . .,..::,,,, , e " ,
4 .., ii.,41 .
e 410.. - ti ii,,,...oeit.it lvii thz.l4° l ., f,
mpurchtan'ihr4Tab'oniir..- Iq , P. I PL I PITT,-;, , .-,/, :,,,',
1 • 14/q tb 1 11; 1 '14 .° 404 tritari*li.ii;''.'-
snec ' P..1,1,‘CR1 . i.PEPOU44I:';Vii,.
~ f 2 oS!., ' • , i '', A , ' • titlateltiYl ;;;: ..t'' r• •
I ''' •
' '... -''' ' Y'/* ' , 1 : :.;•••• '" q••,T,:., ,11 . 0,9. • . • logNicwA ii.' ,; ..
.: , y; - ;`'iV '- , 8 itALlgi = ;.::lY , ';' . ; "'';:: -,
? •.'..0.Y9 . ' 111:4 .fttorlinind . I . '
,litte, t ... ~ ~,,,,,,s/.40,.
.V,r t .0) filagX ,
~ :tq 1 , '. • •,' ?';', . ,1• . .;•7 . •,:',•.•- '.!:
‘t'•.:',kkriiiiii'4lo Ir W'rN :4 lt'",', '
.?tit •ih 1100.; , 4-•
r ::• •
s.l 4 4iirife4i4er etipatiif Grit,
ay: yesterdary frornAirazQs,
eManyl; - ; • - estc ;rem ;t,
ilude,•Skillsind caution, is proceeding to take
militaTposessionf'of various Mexican
tow,ris on the bapks~ or is the vicinity • of the
-Matamoins,• Barka, :and " now Reynosa are
outs; Camargo and Monterey will certainly
follow in the same train. • , •
einielfigen - ce . `ti'reu t ill by tho James L
Day is, in stilistancemifolloWsl - ` '
Tho artillery, infantry, andshe Texas "ran=
gers under-Col. Wilson, have taken posseit
sion of Reynosa withoin resistance. Col.
Featherston's regiment proceeded to Barita
on the' ' -
A report was :current and.genetally cred
ited, that GeneralS Arista and Ampudia had
been ordered. to repair to , the city ofldeirico
to ansWer hi person for the disasters which
have-attended-rho- troops-under their—corn,
inandi":They were accused of batrayhig the
It was also reported that Herrera had been
reinstited,ln the Preanlericy, - ,and that hohad
imrnediately,ppreil an armistice : go Gen.
Tayltori-'withn•• view - to Settle the dispute
Important from Mexicol
Revolution .in J alisco—the People pAniouncal
against Parades: 4 --Sanla Anna preickrimeil
Gencral in chillof the Enterprise. •
By the New Orleans Picayune of tho 24th,
we hst a tte the particulars of the revolution in
Jalisco. The revolution, it will - be seen, is a
highly important as well as successful one,
and may pe.productive of important results
in that country. Jalisco • is one of the central
States, on thePicifie side, and one of the
largest, as it contains 72,389 square miles
and 600,000 inhabitants. The city of Guada
laxpra, the capital, where the revolution
broke out, contains 26,000 inhabitants. The
outbreak was by the people, assisted-by the
militaty, and tpc government troops were
compelled to leave the department for ;I,lex
ico,-fliat - -being one of the conditions, which
allowed . them to retire in safety. •The revo
lution appears to have been ostensibly occa
sioned by fears t of a foreign monarchy, to
which the people are opposed ? and its object
to restore the former free consfitution—though
no, donl4S - iiila Anna's friends are the real
['hovers. The present, Congress.is.denoun,
ced, and a pew ono tailed,' Widely VS lo be
aiserhbled in foufmonths after the liberating
-forces-shall have mulled possession of Mek
ico. Santa Anna is proclaimed the General
in Chief of the moventi3nr. -
From the boldness of thg step, and its de
clared ',Objects . , it_is to ho presunierEthafit
has not been undertaken without due delibe,.
ration; that the object is to overturn the pres
ent government, and that the insurgents in
tend to Ibllow up their success by marching
against Mexico. Surrounded, as Parades is,
with disaffection to his government on all '
sides, ono department after another pronoun
cing against him, a victiirious foreign foe in
the country, his best troops beaten, broken
and dispirited, and no means ample enough
on hand to retrieve this disgrace 'or to check
the popular outbreaks Constantly occurring,
he appears to be a doomed man, and his dy
nasty almost at an end. The presence of
Santa Anna is only necessary to complete
his ruin, and affairs appear to be about ripe
for such an:event. As soon as they are, we
i may expect to see him — set his - foorpgahrin
Mexico, and once more placed at the head
of affairs. -The movements of Santa Anna.
are now invested with importance, and the
progress of the revolution will be looked for
Important . ..tom Yucatan.
Ativices frOcri Lague to the 19th ult. state's,
that the 'Yucatan Congress-signified to Com
mander Ingraham, of 'the tinned States brig
SornerS, their deterrifination to reniain
feotly neutral in the contest between the U
nited States and' Mexico, and offered to_fur
nish to American vessels of war` any supplies
they might require. The Somers .took
patches'on board for Commodore Conner,
and- itiiniedialery, sailed to' oin the 'Squadron'
off Vem Cruz.•.. -
• . .
Pamphlet, Metre.. •
• Prolhonntrteye Office, . .
• -• ° Carlisle", 'JOY 2,1184 q. '
THE PAMPRL'er •LAWO, poised
Session of 1846, - buire been received it this
office, and arii.now:. road ' , for to :Mote
• A Teaclier:Wanted:
ri Board Seho'ol.Directora for=..
'y; to': will 'ieizei* kinaitols' for
Toiohar, any, time betaireafJthilr'datir a ad.,' Ida
let of, Auguit neat -School larra-6 monttit4,
Salary - ttMtOrt,Y*l l , 6 _ , Olaita,rli - .0 00.9 0 i4O:r011K
!nonce on rho 14th . day imePtairrtrlort.,
W ER; Prest:
TIA ilif,StilOttotari:;!,l! "•"
SIXTY. 'OOLIARS REWARD.,
MTV' DOLLABS_. germ 114 such
m ~matiOn and testimony" el f in
the'apprehension end ',convictlon‘in a Court
jusfice;*of such pereon or persOns, of
bllity,:ae:pukip_ t pr„yrere the moans ,o,:hsiing
liad,put Taiiideir,eight , vicelr;'* certain'
'rota sign oerepieeeuratibeaibiiiidnofol
onii ilbs, 4oree , BOroliglii''Aleo,` . ..dt
the 'seine.' efeetera,'„ullio: posted op'• - thenieirlipt;
house and othar'eoruipinuoui parts of thidletwni
*libellous nod malicious placard, oe bandbilli On
Wedtiesday night lasti:brith or%ehielf.'orinies
are supposed-=TrOrn the siedliiiifof the Intiniti
and othor _circumstantial . ; to have L,,been ft ; perpe
'rated ,Ji,ie,thei" eerie' iridirldkial Individuals
and eoneanw orlhii'EdltOrs "Of the
.7;4. I:ff,r,,Assigneesinp ccount. :
rilE Atltgo,6elihki M*o'3'l4'ol' Adani:Loggs.
,•.' , 'oiCEr. And Siiiiiiel SAReemin.Alliign.eq
, yid liinklktind 'Elixibeth , his rife, heir
beeniireientedio , the GoactO-Coinidoiiei: • ..
4rlttinbetland countyitiald Court. havens 1: ..
thenot day of tho Atignit: Vers4ll4ile_ In
anafruotSe I 'o "W Ol 4 llll of }lie; - *Wad
rotoiktrpolitk: imorAt , oie..ii.'
Triket I, ` , i'ii';'o 4 l - it 4 CirP9,pp % .Z. 1., ,' ,' 41'
0 1 .., 1 7, 41 ; 1 •1 16 ° 4 4vt 16 ' '"`'*''' ... '' l i ,
...- .I_-.--, , ,' _,,_,.''',,',:,,...-„_„_,,f;e.,,,i;-;,1-,,-7,,,,...._-4...,,1::,•;
,W,.31: BEE.T.pht. Prptley.
of 40 • 0 . Ontraotoit:
11111000348 - tellltre :received et, the :acre._
0 . 011:0$,11 It,RISBUROI3RIDI4*,COIII4.7
NY 3 12tle , itifer
justine4 iit,eiltinC,fbr the I Olt
pert! iiiidge'toetereen I the .:.firevooth or
HetirlibtintAiuryr deter f e.lehireil,..iahreh' frepo,
cali4.higelete:thei plan reed thereat.ere
wilaw-entillWio the uee remain.
inp UttilitrOo abutment.;; . 4iul Sim plum:glen
.llv Odor of
July B,isig:•• J.. WALLACE, acciey,
• . , _ . _ ....
- - SECOND AIFiRIVAL:
•-', Boot,s . •Sholiali:Biogaiii;
JUST ,recoised a fioph..astortitient, of Min's
- lac(d illoys' pair & Kip': Manton., ;,,, tottiies *
. l '.. -' .. lC4iitd - moiroce SlipPiire. - *sew
t , :'''''aiiiltlillifiei4Giilteilß•ACKlifttiiiili.
black and fancy coloied.; , Alicwitld,
:Morrtico, Xinings, '&c.f.ter,,, For
sale wholesalli.iwrotall; tit the - lowest pricer.'
' Call at PORTER'S Shoe
opposite the ltlethodist.Chinch. .'ti
'Carlisle, lttly 8, 1846: ,: ' • .
ritralSOW'• ....:.*-',.,; 3,/,Alicts . .3P- 6 , 1 1 ---
4ac.' - 421tatS.tatt). .4.
DR.:Joinr •J. .IiIYERS; inform, his la.
frionds , and.the public; that he contin- N.
... ilea the 1
abuse . dutitarof hie profeisiott,
and. will: prooTtly attend.lo
' all ' oily,. 45 , 4
Art ,„.botli bMay or night, risin'tir Aine,;.; . ..
rk , He'tia always be Mansulteil,:(Wheii g
not professionally:l44loA.) either it .
his . Drug Store, . m ., lllain
_SW Or in his , ,
;....$O, nriaSte Office, at his dwelling,in-South . •
• Hanover Street. , • : , -‘.... -., ~... - .
DOCT. Wets hopes by strict attention'- '
to the . sialr,-tind .verp'ritotierole"oharges;:
to merit a co:Arnow° of poblic faTor.
Carlisle, Jnly 8,41346: , . - 2 . •
,4: ,e •,!. ,;,::Mi *M
. . .
_ . .
Valuable Real Estate For Sale.
BY virtue of on order of the Orphene':Oodrt
'of pnunberland county, 1 will expbee to
public sale, on.tlio promisee, on.
SATURDAY,' the 151 h day of.diugust nr b xt, •
at 12 o'clock, noon, of ,said day, all the Real
Estate of Leonard Wise, deed., late of South'
Middleton township, to wit .
Purpart No. Plantation or
tract of land, situate in Said township, on the
road leading from Carlisle 'to Michael Ege's
Iron Works, and about 4 . miles from the former
place: Said plantation is bounded on the weak
by lands of Henry and Frederick Wiiieon the
north by Gorges' heirs, and on the east by puf.;
Mirt No. 2. and contains 132 cREg•e7
Perches. stunt measure. The land is first
quality limestone, about 1•17 acres ore cleared.
and the residua . covered wi th th riving timber.
The land is under good fence and well
cultivated, and , the improvements arc -a LOU
le. N AND
• I Double Log Barn,
-SMOKE. HOUSE, VirAct House, .4.IILACK,
Snail ,SHOP, together wilG a TENANT •
HOUSE 4i. Stable, two Apple Orclato rds
.of chide*, fruit, and a -WELL of never4talbag
-- POrpart No. 'l,**a joins No: I, 'on
the west,-and contains 48 Aci , jes, and 112
perches, neat-measure,-of-the-satheiluslity-Of -
land of the other tract, about:33 Acres whereof
cleared - ,- - nnd the residire
timberek. This trait - is also under
gorid !elite and has wit an APPLE
The above tracts contain -Berne of the hest.
land in the county, and will be sold separately
or together'as may best suit purchasers. Per
son- desirous of viewing the property previous
to the day of Sale, will pleale call on Emanuel
Wise or Leqpiird Wise, it residing en the pre.,
miser. The title to taithlriettili
The Terms of Sale to be as..followe,:
Five per cent. of the purchase money to be paid
on the confirmation of the sale by the Court—
One third the purchase money In remain in4ixo
laird, the interest thereof to be paid to the widow
during her life, and the principal at her death
to the hens of the. said Leonard Wise, •dee'd.
ono half the remainder to be paid on the let of
April, 1647, when a deed will be made, and
pessession giet, and the residue in two equal
anneal imitelments theicafter,iwitheut Interest,
to be secured recognizance. with •apploved
security.' .The Grain in the ground, that may,
be put out the ensuing:Fall will , be reserved.—
tind the purchaser will be trquired . to Krell
taxes assessed atter the confirration of the sale.
Carlisle, July 8, 1.846. Trustee.
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court.
of Cumberland cuunly,. and by the agree:.
ment.of the other joint owners of the - ,same.
will-be sold al public vendue or outcry =nn -the
premises, on SATO Misty, the 15th of-August
next, at 12 o'clock, noon, of said .day, - saparate•
ly or together, the following tracts or parcels
of land, situate in Newton township, in sale
county : ,
The one boundeaby lends of Sam!: Wagner.
Mrs. , Kineedy; Simnel Miller-and-others, ind
by the Green Springyeobtaining d9 , Auren,
more of lesS, of good land; part-Shite,andpart
Limestone, clear,, and in, cultivation :ekeept
about • thretf.seres:or woodland.: ,The Antrovev,
nienki itlirialstory Weatherboarded.• ••••
' t Double . lairßarn. - •
The plate. re well irstered.• '
The ,:elhervlract •hounded-by
gore's heirs; §aniel.Miller;Willittni Boyri t scat
()there. itt'ulcontalniod ati.ALCR um,
Ices,'-gboutone half whereof is,,eleated, tind'iet
eultiratibKind Ilic:reriidne•:Woreredwith thri
• OF 'ate
the purchhaW , riionit'T'to be paid oi; •tbe.ilai of
sale, or ..a ;note,. with .seeprity, gw on. for the
illlmo4.4llld . thir Wfaidtiotiti . tho lat',of.Ajoills nos..
'when iolse'istoe , .swiltpe iiveW.;?•,Tho'Grtilitflit
tti . ilieurnit h'on•L' -,'P
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other owners. - • ' '
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inlY i•friuti 'of an order of ~thictirphoOn'
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in 011 . '014i:I of viiiiifield,..oqtriaitqyiwnift
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doooseed, and bobnded by lando or tiiirctilia.,
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