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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

Loss otllic Moselle J A gentlerrian,:;whp was , passenger in the Moselle steamboat, on her upward trip, has handed to us the subjoined'notice, which we think should be given to the public' ' - ¦ - - - v- -.U.S. Gazette.. ¦The explosion of the M6sclle-"has added another'- to the frightful list of disasters on the western waters. . . . The following observations may perhaps assist in the almost hopeless iask-of-findinga remedy for.an evil, whie-h certainly, in any other country, .would be /considered intoler^ able;-' ¦....- ¦ v. ' 1 ••It-w.ill.be found, I fcar» that in this instance, asperhaps-iu-riiaiiyjothers, however blameable may have been the conduct of the Captain-arid officer's, there are others, who , should come in for a.share of the censure, -~-/;The---wriler^ "seltiVoirtbotripimniediately precceding this which has determined so ¦ disastrously—-a result-, "which is" But the 'fulfilmentof a: pfe^ diction LinadeorirquiUing the boat; The | Moselle was an entirely new bo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

The First Atlantic Steamer. As every thing "connected* with, the navigation of tlfe~Attantic.bysteam^may be said *to possess additional interest just. now, we hasten to spread before our readers the following minute accountof the first steam trip.- over the, Atlantic. " Wo copy It from the New London (Conn;) Gazette, to which paper it was communicated by'Captain Stephen Rogers, of Groton, who was sailingmaatiir ^ QfjLejlshJp-^ayannah ^ oiLjiKluc^ Moses Rpgers; .of Groton, was- the,cpm-: riiandcr. ,' . ;..\ . was lrom •. L • , oJi,^ seen tlie. telegraph station, at Cape Clear, on the Southern coast of Ireland, arid reported as a ship on fire, The Admiral who lay in" the Gove of "Cork, e}cspatched one of the King's cutters .to'hcr.relief. But great was their wonder at their inability with all sail in a" fast vessel, to boniajipAvith-^slrip-under-1)arbpolesr:'--After. several shots" were- fired frprii the ctitter, the.cngine.wiis.stoppedand the surprise of her.crew at the mista...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

"The Cause Mgatn." The Lancaster (Pa.) Intelligencer, 'a Van Buren paper, has a severe article1 r ipen^the banks and their refusal to r^suine specie payments; from which we take the fcllowirig, &c. ' . . '¦/¦• '. "Mr. Biddle, having, commencedjieavyt and as yet, unsafe speculations in cotton—having loaned copiously to the south-wes tern-banks—feeling that what he supposed -would-be:for-himto-bcgin7-haS-becn^cenp mericed by others—and apprehending the iron .hand ofgovernment-^". •'.;... The Intelligencer is, we bclieye,, careful • to note the arrival in Nd\v York aiid else-1 where, of specie from England, and to men' lion this influx of gold and .silver as most ' - advantageous to the .country.. -Our contemn porary should know that but.for the "unsafe speculation in.Cotton"-charged--upon-Mr.-" ^Biddle, this'L-:gpid and. silYijir ^ must haveJe-; jriained-in—En*land.~-Th'e-^vcstern^atid " soudiefn^ranks, if-they have received loans : J^wn^thoj. United States Bank, have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

THE hlEIT l»KKSIDI,i\T ^'C^hie,now,andktug>iasgn_tosether." That.no great object can be attained by » party wi thou t mutual concessions and mutual forbearance, is a truth that needs no demonstration.. .. Without those ,qualtie's there can be no. harmony, no concert of action so indispensable to success in any cause; Why is it -then, that we see such a disor-> ganizing spirit abroad- in Pennsylvania; when we should, like the Whigs of other states, be sinking all minor differences, pres^ mg on,' shoulder to shoulder to victory to the best cause that cvcp animated the "heart • of manTthc cause of an opprcsed country - Have.we. not every thing, at stake? every thmg, to, contend;- for, every thing to hope for? What boots it, if each division of the party in a blind zeal should be determined to concede, nothing; but press. on for-their man, regardless of principles, or the means of success * It is obvious to every calm observer that the- tnaiVbattle must be fought nex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

'¦ '^ITER.. - ' . - ¦-- .- \ Charleston, (S. C.J April 29, 1838. . "."•"¦ .. "0.o'clock, A. M. ^One-third.of.thecitypf;Cliarleston lies ill ruin§, by the most awful conflagration that,. ever I witnessed. -The.fire commenced in. a baker's shop in Bcrcsford street, 'which ignited-an-adj oining paint shpp v and -spread. witrHejnful rapidity (the wind being-strong from the southward) along King street to Market street,Jmd a mile past it, consuming every thingjn its way. MariyTibuse^we lfe blown up by the firemen, to prevent, if possible, its further progress, but'all iri vain.— Human ^ exertions seemed fo bc.'paralyzed —-^y-tho-.fur-yof--the_allrconsuming--flanies^i-4 Upwards of fifty lives have been lost.— i^he damage already has been estimated at nine millions of dollars, but'tAe fire is still -¦-- raging, and the citizens Jook.oh the de-. *'.' etruction of their property with dull apathy, ^arid cease to use exertions to' preserve their \ jtp]iole,.city from ruins. , "'! .... ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

The Mexican Coast Blockaded bif the French Squadron. Office of the Perfsacola Gazette, ? . ^ . April 25th, 1,838. J'1-". .The UnitedoStates schooner Grampus arrived here this morning"from Vera Cruz, bringing intelligence that the French sd>udron is now blockading the Mexican.cbast.—- It was supposed that the Castle of San Juan -deUlloa would be immediately invcsted,.and llpn'ronrits""cGli'dition ^ifcould notiWldTrat any length of time. The Mexicans Were willing to pay the in ' demnity demanded by the Frcnch,but the latter required some apology, which the Mexican- Government refused fo •• fnake. One individual had offered 10,000 horses, and the church had agreed to sripply a million of-dollarst.o carry "on the -war. The French squadron consists^of one frigate and five, brigs of w\af;^whiclrfa^ilite etk The Ffench' ships_of wai^at Martiiiqu. and. Havana,'hail been ordered to,repair iiiir mediately tb-;VjBfa"-Gfu~ z:S^E:£^""r-f^"-—--±j ci "' ^—¦"'"." ^^tiu^3-lu. 'aijaiJL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

K— 7~rlfishtnillgr ;, ¦ .*¦ On Saturday last, the Hotel kept by Mr. Prince, iirthis place,. wa4. struck by light-.r iing. - The fluid entered at the roof, arid; coniing.jri^pm^ciwildijbell-wires , followed them and passed-out -in differpnt-direc? tions, without doing any injury to tlie building save melting the wires, making a few hole's through the walls, "and destroying some of thq water spoutsi Captain Welkins, transcribing clerk-of the Senate, who was. standing , in the bar-room dopr, was jknocked down, and considerably injured.—' Ho has since recovered, with thc"exceptioii of his facewhich is somewhat seared— , . The lightning that struck him, is supposed to have passed down the wife of the bsder •bell, that was. at the door where ho was standing:. It was a narrow escape. The houscwas filled With, smoke, and many pf theMfponis blackened with it.,, This Hotel lias two irghtriirig,rbds^whlcli"afe'"ra useless, in consequence of having been pniri-; fed.—Hdr.Tel -,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

AholhcV Stcnm-Iiont Accident. From the Vicksburg /{agister of Jlpril 23. ' ONE HUNDRED LIVES LOST. Saturdayjnorning, at about G o'clock ^ the steamboat 6ronoke,.Capt. Jblin Crawford, collapscd-a-flucrwhile-oppositc Princeton, 100 iniles'abovcthe city, at which place she had stopped to send"her yawl for passengers. The deck passengers wereupon'thc lbwerj.decJLlabafLthc_.engi.nc,. The births were filled alnd the floor was covered with mattrasses. Wc ^ should not suppose jlie room. would acconimadate more than 100 persons. The number of deck .passengers on. board is estimated at 80 to 100." A g'cnflcmali Wlio.was at wpflratnoiig them a carpenter, estimates the number at"150,.^—The steam swept through the Whple-lengtl ^ " orthebo"at Jivithlhe"strength"of tire "lighten-" ing torrent carraying every thing before it. A great number were blown overboard, nearly-if-not quite - all- were scajded-^ev'erely v some ccmpletely execriated and shccRingly" mangled; sortie frantic with despai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

The Siaie Flections. The result, of the recent/elections iri BaltmTotc-aritHinrVirgi.nia, art? thelsurc.ipres^ ages of the total overthrow of the dark spirit of locoCocis.nr. It was .thb cherished hope of the Experimenters, that, though beaten, routed, annihilated during the past twelve months in-several of their strong holds, the tide of reformation wouja""TJF^taycd'ywhcif it apjifbaclicd Jlic city of B"altim'orer"B.ut she, too,' fturgod herself of their abominable corruptions", .'and. declared in a, voice that dblofnllj^evcrberatedjhmughj^ the While House, " The reign of Experiment, shall cease." ' "VikgIxia has followed in the wake pf ihe-Mbnumental-city. ...-Loi{g-has_sJie_bce.n subject to the trammels of a corrupt power -^-lorig-'has. she beeniiound by the shackles of bondage, tint at.last she has redeemed herself, and no longer can be-elaimcd as the willing-slave of an experimenting and rotten administration. The land of the Father of hiscouiitry has «hpwiv herself w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

Report pf the Superintendent of Common .Schools.' "' ¦ We proceed this week to notice this able and important document, and regret ..that wc have not leisure to do iLto the extent that its merits .deserve.: It is a long and highly interesting paper, embodying a vast amount of valuable information. ' _ Under, the head of "Capabilities and prospects cf our Educational System," Mr; Burrowes places in a strong light the increasing-desire .'of the community of this great state for knowledge, which only will be satisfied by its attainment; arid as a natural .consequence, shows^that the. system will riotpiily be cbntinuedrbut will3j£eri rargedr^md-witli-this enlargeriiont-^-S'ccondary Common Sc)wols,vr' ill rise up in every part of the State" to meet this increased desire; after which " Practical Institutes" will follow, in which teachers will be educated'and prepared to carry-out-this great systeWto; perfection. ' These Practical /nslilutcs to be supported in such way as to be f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

. THE, MOSELtLE. It is ndw high time thatjseme provision be made bj-bur Nationai Cfoyncils^ for the preservation of the lives'of those who. travel by Steaihboat bn the waters,of the West. We are shocked time after time by relations of steamboat disasters, usually the consequence' of negligenc^ ori the part of thecaptains and-engineer?.—OcGasionallyv it is trite, an accident is lieafd of where-it is-said no blame can be attached to those having, the boat m charge, but in a majority of instances they are pulpablc. . ThtTg^eatnuliihef of human lives which within the last few month,? have been sacrificed on the western waters by theneghgence & recklessness of steamboat officers, ought surely toinduce the Federal Government to criact.some measures which will in future pWent such a criminal destruction'of ^ rife. GuiltJs^m^pabTfre^uently to-b^ to. the conduct ,of passengers,' whb on; a, fafcing occasions become-excited' and-urge On their'Captain by cire.ers' and applause's...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

Jflore and Better. VIRGINIA AND ALBANY!!! The Whigs Triumphant Again fy Again. We have for nearly three'"months past ~"_ been rccording'a succession of ^great, and many of them unexpected Whig victories, in diffefent partsof. the Union; of States, .'.. ¦' districts; cities and towns. It was but last week we had the gratification of announcing-the-4inpar41eled-siicg.esfl of the ,W_hig—^ cause in- the redemption; pf Baltimore arid ~ Rhode Island from -the' thraldom" of Vaif>...' Bureriism and government tyranny.--. - - ; This, week we have the additional plcasure pf^ec"prding4wp-mbre^signaHriuniplis—- ^ ef the Wliigs. One in the'capital ef tlio empire state, Van Bufen's heme, the head quarters, cf the Regency, where the Whigsfor the first time have carriedTevery-wardvin—~- the city by handsome majorities.. The other is. the entire redemption of- the ^Ancient-Dominion," ;. OLD VIRGINIA, - Wliiclihas b' e.cr i"^Jorig;estranged_from Jias>, : patli ^ of Duty, by fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

HERALD & EXPOSITOR. . . BY GEORGE jft.PH^I'IpSi , I ^_j . rti,- - ' —: CARLISLE. "" Tuesday AFTERXpoNTTMATTSrlSSSr-" '.-•' the People's Candidates, :' ¦ '- FOR PRESIDENT, ^^•-iMi.'jatfiLmiRttQ'©^ FOR GOVERNOR.r ¦ 4ras>3i©iKBi iaa^sf23B»- . Tlie Washington county Farmer. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

SADDLE AND HARNESS '1st -^ sr w wii cs ® mm «•. .The Subscriber respeouully informs tlie citizens of Cumberland county tliat he still continues to carry on tlie jibovc business, at his shop in West. High Street, in the'borongli^bf.Carlisle, mid for.many-year's occupied by Mr. William Alexander, where he has howon hand a large and excellent assortment of • Saddles, BrUUcs,JtIarliiigale8, 8sc. &c::which he will sell on tlie most accommodating terms. *• Thankful for past favors, lie respectfully asks a Continuance of the public patronage;. ". SAMUEL ENSMtNGER. Carlisle, May 7,1838.—8w. \ .. ' • • ' 23 . MARRIOX RIFL.EMEN, A ttjBM t ion ! , , ' YOU-arc ordei'cd to parade at tKc Armory, in tlio borough of Carlisle, on . *" - •'.--_ ....__._. Tuesday tlie \5ltTqf~May ~ inst. at nine o'clock, A. M. fully cquipt for review anil inspection. Uv orderof Captain Samuel Crop. ¦ T. B. THOMPSON, O. S. May 8,1838." . ST^W OilFl^iil^ ^^^DlE>^ At the New Wholesale and /iefa'il St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

For Sate. An excellent ahd commodious Two Story l-i— -DWELLING HOUSE, with tlie lot of. ground oh which it stands of about THREE ACRES—having thereon a number*ot choice Fndt Trees: a "V^cll of never-failing water at the door1 , stabling, Sec. .' The property ft'pleasantly situated in Sifvei'- Spring township, Cumberland county,'Pa., one quarter of ft mile west of Bricker's Mill, on tlie tunipikeroad leading from Harrisburg to Carlisle.-Terms reasonable; enquire of S. Hepburn;-Esq., Carlisle, or of the subscriber on the premises. JAMES WILLIAMSON,: 7 April 23,1838. ' T .."* ¦ CUMBERLAND GRAYS. YOU are ordered to parade at tlie public hotise of/ JOHJV TREGO, oii the Walnut Bottom Road, on Monday the 7th day of May, precisely at 9 o'clock, A. M. Xlso on Thursday the lfth in the borough of JVF.JIJ'ILLE, at It), o'clock, A. M. of said day, completeIy.equipt for-drill. - ^: — By order of.George Miller, Captain. j J. M^'KEEIIAN, O. S. -^April723rl838; : ^ T" N. B:—The Court of Appeal w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

__ VISITING CARDS, ; '*'.itt8«"wE$$6affitt«;, ¦ -: --'-' AND •" "'¦-- ¦ ^lAOTCARDSr tjVc<it& f and'nandd' ome/y 3Pri?i4 e-——-^AT THE OFFfCE^T'HE-—^—MEGILP &^Sp©®ot©^- Carlisle, F*a. " .7j FIVE TEACHERS WANTED. ' THE B^oard of DirecWrs of. the Common Schools of the borough of-Shippcnsburg, wish to employ one tencher'for a High School, two for Secondary Schools, and two for- Primary Schools. Application should be made as soon as possible, as tlie school? -will, go into operation about the firstofjuhc next *-t. By order of the Board, ;.:'* WM. RAN/t/N, Sec'y. May 8,1838.~3w. 23. DUTTON SEED CORN. „ TIHi subscriber has for sale at the Carlisle Iron Works, and at C. M'Farbme?s hotel, a few bushels of very auperior Dutton S'eed Corn. -The Button Corn is decidedly superior to any other Corn grown in this section of country, as it yields from 50 to 100 bushels per acre, 'weighs about 541ba to the bushel, and matures in 90 days. > • ¦ MICHAEL G. MGE. May7,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

MARKETS. — 1 ¦ <' —•% « - " —--- - Baltimore,-Mdy-SHSgB.—- FLOUR.'—Wc quote the generally prevailing store price of the week at $7,7-5; not much-doing. The s.tock is.light, not cxceedi>iB,jO,g00_bbls. The wagon price ranges from $7,25 tp $7,50. ". . ; -^-GR-AINt—•^'nEAS^-We note ^salc'tivSaj^of 300D" bushels good foreign red, at $l,C5Ji^^C0"ptfr bushel. Ajale:of-2000-bushels_ibi^gn^ of^ordinary-quality7r. has beeiiTnadeat$1,52. ' "' v Rye.—-A cargo of Susquehanna, was sold early in the week at 98 cents. East~salcs ofrgood-Md.-nt 93 cents. ' ' ; . .. Oats.—Sales at 30 cents, and occasionally at 31cts, CoiiN.—The market has been fluctuating during the week; tin Monday, sales of-white were made at 74a 75c; anil of yellow at 77a78c. On Tuesday prices fell, and sales of white" were made_at 70a71Cj and of yellow, at 74c." Since then the supplies have fallen off and prices havcTbccome better again. ~~"Wenote sales of white yesterday anil this morning at 71a73 cents and yell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

MARRIED, On Tuesday the 1st inst.; by the Rev. Mr. Qiiey, Mr. RicheY'Clahk, of Monroe township, to Misa Elizabeth Zinn; of West Pennsb'orqugh township: __OnJ.hcL3d inst. by the Rev P. H.Greenleaf, Rector. of St. John> Clnirch,TnoMASrB. Jacobs, to'MAnv, ~daughterT)f-Commodore-Jcsse-p. -ElliottraU-of-tliispiacc. • ' _ - ..--..' On Tuesday last, by the Rev. Mr. Nelson", Mr. William Bi.Ain, son'.of.Mr.. Andrew Blair of'tliis plpce, in Miss Eleakob.; Cqyle^ o f-Saville township, Perry county. ' - -On Tuesday evcning,.lhcllst'Jnstant;.by .tlie^Re.v.. ^HrtTlKTrn7WiLLfAM~IciCEs; of Petersburgy(York Springs,) Adams county, to MIssPathaiiins, youngest daughter of J. Bridges, Esq. ofithe same playe. ..-..On the 1st instanthy.the Rev. J. Ulrich^Ir, GeoiioE Hahman, of Monroe township, to Miss Julian Baker, of York county. - •:-i- -'- .. i On Thursday last, by Hie Rev; A. Babb, Mr. William Bbioley, of Silver-Spring- township^-to-Miss Eliza, eldest daughter of Mr. Frederick.Wonderlich, of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

.¦ -died,,- •;•".,:.- iS j. Jp.il. Tuesday last, Mrs. Jahe Moore, consort of; Mr. William Moore, of Springfield, tliis county _ : On Thursday last, Dr. Robert C Moody, eldest son 'of the Rev. John Moody, of Shippensburg. On tfie 7th ult. Elder Calvin, aged 6 years, and ' Jp'anna J-ane, aged 3 years, children" of Mr. Thomas Rihliett,nf Sniit)«in\pton township. ' ¦ , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

irXQR $ale::oiie.iiew; : An(l: fashionable BA'*- itOtje HE:;;-AlBprone'seeimdhand i TtliliBCR'Sj JjBhrone'setof,barnes8 to ^aclTyThicle. * ^CHASi g^ITZ. -

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