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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 April 1838

TJIOR Sale ;"one"~ne"w"--{md"fa»iiro^ *- ROUCHE: Also.one secondhand tflliliBlIRY. wi'h one s«M harness to" eacii vehicle, ". CHAS. ^ARNITZ.*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 April 1838

pr/l-s'^CItS"5^-^FlNE-sAL-l'-for-salcJ-0\3 bv '. : ' OWEN MCABE, ; .Hwrishurg, April 2,4838 , " • '¦;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 April 1838

-nW&NH!»'e4-BK!-co»tinues,torTe.> ^ ceiveand forward' goods and produce by rail road to Philadelphia. '-'»• ApTlIST 183877 '-'X^Z^ZZZ^j '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 April 1838

IVOTICK TO C Itl I»IOTR«. W ^ ETTERS of Administrallou. penderiltelite, ,-MJ "lap" .,hf •«•»'•.of ¦»«'"» Bmiiv, late or Neiv.oii township; deceased, have been granted'" In due form, by (he Register of Cumberland court' ly, to John Bcatty and John Shannon, of said county,* All persons having claims or demands against Ihe estate of said decedent are requested lo make known the same to 'us without delay ' ¦and those Indebted are requested to settle and d|schargeUheir accounts. , /"' JOHN BEATTY, >a, , :¦--•-, .; . JQHw:sHANNON,j Admr - THE OFFICE OF THE Unite d States W ail : ¦ • ,:"c.a v. It in©.. ,',' Has beeri/removed lo Ihe Frame Building opposite the Mansion House Hotel. "' '.."', -:—^For-P*ssage,-apply-|o^^' ~~'*:^^~~ ,:-.-;.— -_ JAMES M. ALLEN, rfgent. . March'',!!*, 1838— If. ' £stale^^ffSm.-rB^~fiulwileri-dec,:' dT^- '.;•:¦ V'..v /-iVoTicE. : : '' ¦''¦rr-r-Notice: is''hereb) given that letters ofAdromistration/on the estate of William B: Fulwiler, late ,-of Ihe.'b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 April 1838

. CONSTITUTION t - ilfflX or THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, AS AMENDED DV Tllfe COKVEHTIOW 01 OME tHOUSABO EipHT,HtlBbaEO A»D THIBTV-SEVEW- . - ' „ IBIBTV-Ilfcill. ' WE, The People Of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ordain and .establish this Constitution for its Government. • - -. ARTICLE I. Section 1. The legislative power of this Commonwealth shallbe vested in a General- Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate aiid House of Aeprescntatlves. ¦-'.-• _ Section If. The represeritatives shall be chosen annually by the citizens'of (lie city of Philadelphia and of each county respectively on the second Tuesday of October. » .-•¦¦ " Section III. No person shalbbe a representative who shall not have attained tlie'.age of twenty-one ycarsf and haVelieen a citizen and inhabitant of the -State Ihreo-years next preceding^hiselection, and (he . last year thereof an inhabitant of tlie district in and for which he shall be'ehpsen a representative, unless he shall have been absen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 April 1838

¦• .„>• •¦ , .TMltftii'S. . The "Carlisle Herald & Expositor" will be issued eve.ry Tuesday aftcrnqpn, at Twd. Dollars per annum, payable in advance. Advertisements inserted at (he.usiuil'retes. (Tr-Lctters addressed to tlie editor on business , MUST BE POST PAID, othcrwiso'-they will.re I. ceive no nttefition -whatever. - ' ', :\ .' ""agents."' '"'': The following named persons have been appointecl Aircnts for the "'Carlisle Herald & fcxppsitor,". to •whom payinenf for subscription and advertisements can be made. ..,„.. ..': /* , „. ' " '" D Shelly, Esq. Shiremanstpwn, Lumb.-L.o. ScoitCovle, Kscp Newville, v • uo. . V. Koontz, Esq. Newbui-gli, . do. . . ------ TH"os.-^VJ*rti«rB«E'8mppen"Bh.lrg, do. ; ' JOHN WflNDERUCH, F.SIJ. ' do. do. J. MATEEB,Esq.H0g.lCS(0Wn, C|l). "it. Wilsoh,Esq. Mecliaiiiesburg,- do. . William Huksha, Esq. Hopewell,, dp. T-ltrSTUircEowr'"'8q:'Gl'i'rchtown,^ mlo.--7-^-7--: ' ' l)r. Asa White, Is'ew Omnberlaiid, do. I Tuns. Black, Esq. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

1E11IS. _ - The " Carlisle Herald & Expositor" will be ^satied~evcry Tuesday afternoonrat~Twa Dollars per nimumj payable in advance. - ' ,""'¦ Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. - (I*TLetter8 addressed to the editor >on-business ~;:Mi^TrBB;POS:i^KMD eDU!ew'ise=they-wiU--recuivc no attention. - . ~~ • AGEMTTS. ." The follbwing.named'persons have been appointed Agents for the " Carlisle Herald & Expositor," to' . -whom p'ayment for subscription and advertisements - '.-can-be made. ¦ "- D. Shelly, EsiJ. Shirehianstbwn, Cumb. Co.. ' Scott.C6Vle, Esq. Newville,, do. •"•, V . P. Kooktz, Esq. Mewburgh,' . .. do.- ¦'•¦'. Thos. --W. Himes, Esq. Snjppensburg, do. v JOHN-Wl/NDEKLICH," Esi/. do." do.ij """i J. Mateer, Esq. Hoguestown, do. R. Wiison, Esq. Medianjesburg, do. . -% , -William Runsha, Esq. Hopewell, do; It. Sturoeojt, Esq. Cliurchtown, do. Dr. Asa White, New Cumberland,_do. ~^—THOs-lJLAOK1-Esq,-Bloon>fteld,.Perry county. ~ tI.-Blauk, libq...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

TBS COMPASS. 'he following chaste and beautiful lines are from London Evangelical Magazine: — The storm was loud—^before the blast- . • „ Our gallant bark was driven; Their foaming crests the MllowsTeared) And not one friendly star appeared " _". —TlicoUgli all the vault of heaven. Yet.dtuintlcss"still the steersman *tSod," And gazed, without a 'sigh, r Where, poised onnccdle bright and slim, - And lighted hy a lantern dim, '. - _ Thc-coinpass meets his eye: . . Thence taught his darksome course to steer, He'brealhcd no'wish for day j -But braved .the whirlwind's headlong might, Nor mice throughout .that dismal night , , To fear or doubt gave way. And what is oft the Christian's life 'But storm as dark and drear, Through whichpvithout one bljthcsome ray Of-a-orldlr-bliss to.checr,his.way, He must his vessel steer! 9 Vet let him ne'er to sorrow yield, ' A-^ For in-tjie sacred page' '" A compass shines, divinelylruc7 And self-illumined, grejfs his view, Amidst the tempest's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

J ' ¦ ' I ¦ POLITICAL. Front the For/c Republican, ; \,B .; Huntingdon, April-2Tcti.J.838. --. --Gentlemen:—As-numerous-false_.asser-i_J^; tions have been made in-th,e public .prints-. : and Consequently many erroneous opinions; gone abroad,'-I have deemed: it incumbent upon me to addfes'a"few lings "to you, in ' order to correct those errors and inform you of the true state of political, affairs: and-this I am better able to do, by reason of- having forsome- years lived \a near neighbour of the loco foco candidate for the office of Gov ernor, in-Huntingdon, rfnd' have thus become acquainted .with the man and his acts in relation to various matters and things I am now in the-very—-head-quarters of the enemy's camp, and am able to tell every -raovement-and-mano3uvre that they; make; ButJ_have_not -timeJnLuvj20j)T_aJ, present to correct all the misrepresentations that arc afloat, buthaye to content, myself with rectifying .a fe\v of the-most important. ...-. . • 1st. // is sai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

POETRY; ^ . — "With sweetest flowers enrich'd, '... .___, From various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

MISCELLANEOUS, • From the Cumberland, Pr/ishyteriali.., /_ On the <JfStirri€(l State. - -To'Miss -'¦ •¦¦ '¦-. ;.- \Knowing that you are shortly to enter a garden, enclosed? and tfial you are, at present, a-stranger to this garden, pernjit a;i old friend to give you ^some account of'it. I, haye-travellett .everjrpart and every pathr: know every production of every kind it can pdssibly yield—and,las my information Can do you no harm,.it may dp you.soine good* - ' ' ------;:/^bu-know ~there;is but bne~Way/-bf en-, . trance,. I need hardly tell you. that' it i ^ :extreiriely gay and glittering; strewed with flowers of every hue and every fragrance, ^Jkajl that art or imagination can inve.nt. You may fpndly-hope this scene of-rapture wHTnever alter,as you wiiniotseeTtlieenu" of the path when you enter $tr To-some _ Vf^rbves a slrort~one^^and t(fcyou;nt-:may appear very different in tlie.retfbspect. ''. ¦ Here,- my dear girl, let me-caution yoii not tb dream of. .perfect or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

HBMAN riOWBRUI by nicHAKp- Jiowrrr zrc:xi:. Sweet Lucy hns clfesen the lily, as pale, -And as lowly aS she, still the pride of the vale„: -, .An;*mb|en^ore_fitting, so fair and retii-ed^-LHeart could not have chosen, nor fancy desired. And'EHen, gay Ellen, a symbol as|true, In-jUic harebell lias found, and its delicate blnei >*<>Ceyerthe blossoms are fresh in her eyes, As dewy, as sweet, and more soft than the skies. And Jane, in her thoughtfulness, conscious of poVcri Has gaiccl in far fervor on many a flower': Has"choseTi7i^ecte-drtheTi~maTr7T6omViSe^^ "" ". ^-To-biarori-hej'graees-of-personaiMiraind. ^ ^ Wfiilitlsabcl's fac^TikeWe dawn;"Ih~Dne fluTsh-=^" - Far need she not wanderta bank and to bush; 'Well thertisrof Her^eeE"th"5youngiWerCnowsT"" For the blossom of health is the beautiful rose, ¦ And Mary the pensive, who loves in the dusk Of the garden, to muse.when the air is all musk; Will^^leaye all |t» beauties, and many they are, . To gaze meek in....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

Bjagit-ij.tfi i ipi inmuijy-jftja gjam-n-TTn. vrMifci,UiH)hiMiBli POLITICAL. x ¦ • - ' ¦• .. .'•-¦' .; Speech of the SSpn.-Charles ¦ Jtffc.Clure. •', '"-;• ¦ Mr. McCLTJRE laid before Congress the. resolution of the Legislature of- Pennsylvania, instructing her Senators, and requesting her Representatives, to vote for the -postponement'of the Sub-Treasury Bill." ¦ ¦ <. - . ,On presenting the resolution ;pf the Legislature,; Mr. McClurc remarked that-he was in.Taver of the Sub-Treasury Bill, and 7'iat a-sense of justice and duty tc.his.cpiir-Lituents,, of whom he was proud to.be the representative, and who .he felt confident .-.-ere strongly in favor of that measure, must !:e his apology to the Legislature for declining to comply With the request contained in Vic resolution.-:MMhM-t ^ ja, /ia- a a is. <« ««¦ m m «-. a» GREAT MEETING OK, THE PEO-. -- \ ple. ;., i.:.ij The Voice of Huntingdon County. ¦ ' On Wednesday evening, .the.-11th ol April, 1.838, pursuant-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

HERALD-y EXPOBiTOI^ - - --. ¦ BY6E0RGE M.PMLUPS^t: ^t-^"^jc^rjLi s l.e:."^-Z . • Tuesd'aT Afternoon, MayI, 1838. The People's Candidates,.' FOR-P-RESIDENT ,. • :w-Ma ^- -¦ffita.uaiQaaQ.osrtf ;—-' FOR GOVERNOR," '. 'a<b9iaipffii 'oaa?iJSKaiB» - The Washington county Farmer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

-.——-viv|ir¥-BvA--i-a3-r«Ei1vs.<i.--:- . From the Huntingdon Journal. Below wc publish an article from tna^ .p'inky-of veracity- the'-"Reystone:"'' We publish it as something perfectly and entirely'new to the citizeiis of this ^ cpunty. It is -a precious specimen of "the elasticity of the consciences of tfie cpjnductgrs of that .print,-arid a pretty fair criterion tb judge of the; "tfutlfoT itsrgpiicful" centeiitsr^ -.-..—•—To use the expressive term pf M'Crawler, the erudite cpnductor of the "Assenium. in an article "Plastering" the.. Fresh Man J3. R. Porter, they use the following langiiage:. : ~ " ~'"r" -—,•.---•--' "He (Porter), is'a farmer, and one of wjiom 'Pennsylvania may be justly proud; among the best in the" State. • lie, hasuoiro much to improve the breed of stock,: for whichhc is entiled to and willj receive the thanks of every man in the section in which he lives. We have been informed that he liaa-J^jduaAlfciy^lyeavs- raised antLaokl Pf fhelfincst and i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

-rn1-F>T-..v v-_ ----.---* v-^- ^ .~:jaan ¦ ¦¦¦¦ LWH1€?S". - : OS? 'TME-WimXtE'WJVJOWZ- ' '' ¦ OPEN TO TSE RIGHT AND IiEFK .; AND MAKE AVAY FOR -' ''B4_ltimok!e. ¦ .'¦¦:: ¦ ¦ Whig Majorityin the¦District, -.'._!-.. - ¦•' . 8G2..VOT#S!!!: .: _ ______; Whig Gain since the Election of MKim §¦ Howard in July last, •'.. . Z„.-,;nbyOTES!!!! ,. : '. CITY QF BALTIMORE. 117iig. ' Loco Foco. - ' wahds. K&z, 'jfEbY. ALinniorr. K" ----- 409.- --¦ -.-,- -.- 314 '/-•-- P .-"--351 .- ----- - - 320 - •' .'• " "3^'.•-.--.- - -.-432.- - - -'-.- -:'564 "...'" . 4.. . . "' -...,- 425- ...,,.....'¦ - 574 5 . - - - - - 590 - - - - -.- - 375 6 .; '. - .;. --508¦-"-.-;"- '-'-. - 466 . '.'¦ '. 7'^:*.;:":"::'63i - - - - - - - 231 ;---g- --- -'-- - 408. - - '-.- - - - 552 ¦ g ,--... J... 037 - - -"- - - -.,260 .;. 1.0 . . - '. - - 400;- .-r: * - - - 473 ... lV . ._j . - '- 028 - r.----v----^-'f-^P8-*.— - ~- n-=^t'—^5^. --,: ~^ .;'"-" ! . 5957 S337 ' Mr-.:J{aniaty:t.p}yiigJ-MaJ0>tiy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

,- THE '-BALTIMORE ELECTION. The result-of the ^ spedaldection, to fill the vacancy in Congress, occasioned by the ¦ death of Mr. McKim, is more, gratifying lluiinuTy'cle'c'liortT^ "' tiiueT Our cup of joy ntn over at the result in New York, Connecticut,- Rhode Island, in Cillcy's District, and indeed at -the"'"gl"orious—results' in every quarter in which all election has been held for the last fpw months.- ' Victories., crowded uppn .us ¦ Too "fast—"we"^ w-effe_ alinost"surfeitcd" willi"- success. -Wc were disposed to give tlie Lccc Fpcps,' BaltimPfe, as a. coup«le grace, andsyet we felt*-a strpng prescntiiucnt, that . .BaUimorc wnuld refuse tp submit aiiy lpnger to-the cabal at.Wasliirigtbin • Wc saw/the heads pf our opppsitipn cctcmpprarics hang drpppingly,. as every breeze wafted a Whig, triumph alcng, and a strong prognostication jif_the_duw-nfall-6f—Van_Burcnism»-: ~And-— yet they scenjed to be preparing to give ouo =gcncral-shoiU-»^one-Iong-andJoud"ln»rrahj2 _ for t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

¦ --.^^wilpIIZZ^:.,NATION.-- --The citizens of the city of New York, have been, for the last'tcn days in a state of great excitement, caused by fjiearrivalfrom Englandf'.of two steam packets, the Sirius and the (^eT ai Western. "We" copy tlie . following notice in reference to these ships, <and the proceedings which1 grew" out of ' their ^gfrival, from the—New Yorker of -Saturday last. - ¦ The Sirius 'grounded -.while. entering the harbor, oi) Sunday night, ;• but came up early the following morning and anchored off the- Battery; the intelligence -of this^ gratifying eveijt spread rapidly through, the city, and in: an hour the Battery: arid 'adjacent piers were crowded by people of all ages, sexes, and conditions, Who stood gazing.iii mute admiration at-the gallant bark that'had*thus.boldly arid suc--•nssfiilly breasted the billowsj-of._the..broad. Atlantic:- '-• .-.-"' ¦-¦—,-— -- •- At-U o'clock it was ' announced by the State Island Telegraph that the Great "Western was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

-HfcfiAfflafflWirtiffia—SILK & rITS, HAT-¦ ;Bi-ivww3apg®j5©iB^v •.,'-.; ^—^^U^W£^rumilf^-~S. .: -. . ..'- . ^ c^*^3 (Itf/rURXS-hls-sincorc thanks to the eMzcnsjj&SS Carlisle.anil its vicinilivlbc. the liberal patrow(^^'' ' whii-K lias b<-cn bestowen upon "him, and soljjjit!^ > continuance of Uic sarac.j..IIIia shop is now siliiatSl in j? East MUg'H.Stre.Wf ^ adjoininp the Dmc Storo.of Samuel -.Elliott on thorfi' cast, ana Jolm.H. Weaver & Go's, store on- the.wcM* , vwhere he will constanny keep on hand a large assort- • ment of l-'asluonahle , - ' Pur and SilH Hats,: -.'"-, C0SS16TIN.O.0P ; -. ' - •;. Beaver, Otter, Seal, Nutria, Mttskrat, !elctinltu$m and-Pruto ;. ¦'¦y-MA&w*.'.-^-.'" r'O.F;.AL;i.^OBi,Q|fRS,: . All'ofHisowfl. iriahnractiU-iiig, whjchho.will dif;; ¦ ¦ ofatlbwprlisns.' ( ¦ '•'.; ¦'•* ' ' . v-Hc flatters lu'ii-iself.jJiBt', by Mrict attention tolm•'¦ --' ries| iin'I n.disposltibn to plcnsf, tb merit and recc?- " a slmro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

__"/. IREPOKT Of the Board of Directors of the Common ScKooh of the School District of Car""¦'lislei"'""'"". ----- ----.- -. --- . -.... The public spliools of this horoughweht intp operation on the istli of-August; 1836. The number of schools was fiftccii,'nnd they were limited to sixty scholars dach. They were graded so as to reduce the.expcns'e of! instruction of the younger children, and give the undivided attention of some of the teachcrs to the-higher bra-nclics.. The plan has fulW answcrcdtlie expectations entertained ofttby its frfeTRls; and it li now no longer an.experiment, but a system •well adapted to the'wants of the community. Many difficulties have been encountered bv the Board in carrying out anew plan, and we attribute its success to the generous support of our citizens, ai\d tb the liberal manner in which a heavy taxation lias been vote-d and i>aid by the inhabitants of the horoilgh,— During the" first Winter, tlie schools had nearly tlie designated numb...

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