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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

LlJE^^^ ___£ Selected for tlio Carlisle Herald & E*posiior. EVENINJIHYMN.-- - - - -BV-C. M. P. DEEMS. _ . ^__n.0fri-nl_^sn|I_llfi g hr:,f , CtirhB! 'lin tho hour to bow, ' ' »rAiid while devoutly kneeling, Rich be hut spirits now In ovary holy TueHng. Our joys a'licl tears, Our liupes and fears, For Haaven tie ijieekly s^bken i While faiiJiioi-k£!Uj) ' . __,___3*ii-Cbr:]8t.pjirJ]i_nfj»,_j s ^__ ,„ Whose heart lb. us wafe-brbken. ;__. . _ _CoV)«.I./.tia.Uie hiftir, &c. '. Lonk to the bolymonnt! . -__ : \Vhilc-nlnbt-airJiom.d-lsiJmahing,„ Forth frnni the Spirit's fnuril' 'X • Devotion's streams he gushing. ' , ¦*" < „ And when cold denih Shall chili the breath In which bur pruyeri* tire .welling, WeMljolnthe hymn * OPcherubim . r_" __X.In Gptl'-a eternal dwelling. _ . -.nnio'l *tia tin* tfniir Jt. f>. [Suggested by the fate of a siveet girt who died fire months after her marriage-day.] ISARLY WED-KAItl-Y DEAD. - nr T.JIOMA8 MACKEI.I.AR. A voice ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

SCEKES OF THE WAR. MtetzMmiw^ ¦• From tlio Miitaninrus Flag. , Bloutcrey. - AkIIib Army ol Occupation has commenced - its-artvnnce upon 1he fnterinr o(Mn_fcrr. hjr --pursnin}; ihe Rio Ornndfi tip ns liifili us Ca-. _m_.r"n, Imlh. hy, lainl.ji.ini-i\.'i>'j?.r,-a»tl--ts-ilu_. will he iho place wliere a permanent depot will lie established, and Irnrt) which the aiivanciiia army will leave the Rio Orandpwhen il lakes up its .general march upon Monterey.it will naturally hold n conspicuous . pl_ce-iu the esirnation ol the American tpeo. pie. Camnrjro is situated immediately ripen the hanks oi t'le S>an .luan River, three, miles horn its junction with the Rio Grande. It is a small, rudely consti-ucled village, with some lew stone buildings, many built of mud bricks' dried in tlie.sun, some constructed By drviiig stakes into the ground, and then plasLejins. them wiih'rriiiil, and others formed of cane and plastered in like manner. " The number of inhabitant- will not ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

. Battle of ItoIicuHndciii ny J. T. irr.Am.ET. - The Iser and the Inn as they flow from the Alp^lowttHls the Danube, move nearly in parallel lines, nnd nearly- forty miles apart.— As they approach tho river, the space bohyeen fhern becomp.s one .elevated.plain .cpyered_ chiefly with a sombre, dark pine- forist—crossed by two.Toads only-—while the mere cbilrTtfy .paths that wind through it here arid, there-giyp no space to marching columns. Mbreau had advanced across ihis lorest to the.Inn, whore,- Pri the 1st 6) Decernber, he vvas attached ..and'forced lo retrace his steps, and take up"Kis;po-ilion oni theTariTtPr fido, at llio'villago oi Holierilinden. Here, w .ier,e one'ol the §reat roads debouched from Ihe woodB, he placed Ncy and Groucjiy. - The Austriitns, in fom massiVe-eolurnns plunged into this gloomy wilderness, designed to meet in the open plain of Hohenlinden —tlie central column marching along the high road, while those on either side, made Iheir wavSthrousli.arnid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

Farming. From tho Springfield [Mail.] Bopulillenn. Cows.—IJothing upon a-farm is so valuable as a good cow. And it should be a constant effort with every true farmer to seek life best breeds and lo feed iu the best'manner; for hpr-in lie_~tlnr soundest economyr~Very' much has already been accomplished for this important inlet est: but much remains to be done. While we are strongly incline J to be-. tieve that no better oowo Pan be lound—we. mean for milk—than -elections, from the n'aiive?, we (eel quite sure thaTgreat advantage is also to.be ilelfv-d^from the--bostirnportations, provided "the mode rif keeping be imported and understood also. '¦ For here is the real secret—die feeding aiid Keeping of the animal. And.strange as it'rjnay seem, nothing is more difficult than to a. certain this; . .01 the imported breeds, we have the opinion 'that the.A.}.hires are lo be preferred.— They-are lire best stock'in Scotland, and are geneially regardfed .ft the satnij.light thrpugh--ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

- ¦ ¦¦ $®mfam<^:~ ^ Tlie Plainest bind of Tailfe The Ohio Statesman, tlio locotb-.o -tala paper at Columbus, ItahdleaPblk's veto on the River and IIabor;ffili^ft^a.faSliipn of which tlie following extratb' t.Hvili; givo somn faint idea,:.' - -".--:'.' "The message iii" which the President supports hisviews is a shallow peribrmance, vulgar„iii ils language, ridiculous for its falsa - logic; and ^ pijltry as the treatment of a iheai. - by soirje .'"ITair-spliiting and -wire.drawjhg; schoolman of me middle ages, who thought himself a great man, because,iike all'small •• charaeters,.ho had mistaken.carjningfor'wjs. dom. Jt is, however, qtiite worthy tht_ rrinn whose imbecility has been so unhappily _iaplayed in his action on, the Oregon-qsestion —first utteritig boasts or the loudest kind,snd 'Z] then sneakingolf to cover when the enemy's bay wits faintly heard in the distance.— Th?rfe is a remarkably similarity iii IhtTPre-" ' sident's conduct on these two subiectsT~TAi ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

^tick to <he Party. -TWs-is thecty ofth'e Administralion press The Harrisburg Union adrnlts that Pen.nsyl- ' 3rania4ias—Ijoon grievously injured -by * t|iopassage of McCny'sTariff'; but then, !t says, ' llnn'l join the Whigs, _J__e-'are-slrongJ J-L-it—says. " Let us not be shorn of our strength." # Oh no ! save them the offices): and then tliey will boilow-for the Tariff, to be-sure imvords but wllUtill be fjeld to the National Adminislratioh which has'.wrbtight this wtorig by the :; cohesive power ol public.plunder."—• " Let us wait patiently for a time," says ihe Carlisle Volunteer—'<< let "ttr (riend^g,mai(, ^ firm"—don't listen lo the Whigs " wioss only object is to undermine, and if poSsjBBK deslrav ^ the organization ohhe Demo-r_H& parMMKhis. State// Such tjrojhevjippeai*- ^PlBiriSfeiSf S«S5'sstgillte..p-§)^ij^j)pjri" " they "betrayed in-]8.<l.'=- 'VViirthb fibnest^vQlers of the State consentagain to be humbugged ? They have tried the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

,.,_„'._,;.:-v.c_^Bi^.gBiLig4v- XX '\Vl.fiklES'DAY, S'Ero^TBER'g;. 1846. -__aw__-___PI___-__iD___-_r___ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

*O" Our (ir.-l page is highly interesting this week. The description of the " Scenes of the \Vat': will help our leaders to' 'a better understanding ol the operations of the Army than thoy have, el had—llicioi. also an inlor-XstipTg"a"rtitiI-"""riirTafTiiers; and a -column-oipolitical extract., w-hichaie we^l worthy of ¦ attentive perusal. Besides all these are two' very rBadaable poem.,and'oneofHeadley-'s ¦ -thrilling sketches of Napoleon's campaigns. fJ3~ We hear it rumored that our fellowcitizpn Judge Hepburn, is .to be nominated : fry the loeofoebs lor Congress. It can't be true; howevetr for w"e havo heard of lip resigintlioij-of his judicial bffico. . . . jf " i__m_jua___awaaaaaai /Destructive Fibc-1— Our cili.cut were -suddenly aroused 4rom their slumbers last' -—rrr&htf-ab-nrn "VJ0(!l!i ty lll>r alarming dts'.omy'thaUlt--dwelling, house of ISS. II. ¦Graham, E.q. inT^n tl rHanover-aimetjwason Bie, The firemen and citizens were .speedily collected by the ala...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

f• ¦ '.TtifftwWr^OM^^ To .ornv.aTicket; will;ineet."in,:tfii-:l>6rpugh on JJrt-'M-oejct, and 1k&.Te_ult';gf. tfieirVdelhV ^rati0is,we,'s^ai|-'be;aoie jtS ^^ ¦in^r^knp^ij. in ouj;';be^t, pa^£; ^lit^sniplfrtf'^sl'^ti teiifyp, wil!i=:feb..auspicioua of- puccess bij'the indomitable JWiii^f old ivfpiher ^ Cunjherr Jan^l:.-, the4^pleg#|&;iS P sfartas ^ >yey*npw jheni, are'mbn of the'tightslamp-^-ftrrh aritj consistent Whigs—;w1io know the feelingarnlsefiliiiienl' s of thepaftyJaTid wlro-?"B_UTse .in forming a ticket'willJbo directed solely by. a sincere desno to promote tho inteiosts and success of lite Whig cause. - To a Cojyfenj' tion of such men "we may confidently-iook for u.Ticket of the most acceptable character —one that Bhnll rally around il the Whigs of the county and secure that united-.and culhu->"instic- support which is ihe surejiarbinger of Victory ! Foi one or Iwo years past the Whigs of this county haye defeated themselves. Our op...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

The fraud to belsoutiiiir-d. A \Vashiugton letter to the Baltimore Patriot says:—-'There is reason to. believe that an attempt is making to perpetrate another great fraud upon tlie people of Pennsylvania. .-Ijunderstand that a grand, systematic/and well studied effort is to be made to cheat, deceive and humbug onco-mors {he Rennsylvanians on the subject of the Tariff. They are to be-made to believe that the new British Tariff Act is to be amended and aliered at the next session of Congress, if found lobe oppiessive upon Pennsylvania interests, and framed anew,, wilh Ihe design ol lostering an'd-protecting.those interest.. —*———, We take ihe following from-the Charleston (Soiilh Carolina} Mercury, the leading locofocc paper, of that Slate: "It is ^ated that Ihe Democratic parly of Pennsylvania really did believe that the"surest way to preserve tlie Tari'l'of '42 wasTto vote for the D-mocratic candidate; The thing is almost incredible;.-bift when we see Ihe perfect confidence wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

^>X^i-KracefttHf True. ^ffhSt-ncastferA'mPricari Republicanstates 'fe'at.^t^Buphan^tt'.'j.poBitivoly^fuseB to pay .hia;Bt|te;ahd.sohpoi laxPS on'the ground that jli'ti^bvernment officer doing^busbies at _VSshington, he is not a resident of Peftnsyha. jiw, jj_i~rwti money.is invested!'-* iWetmay as well,hero-state.'that in the District ol Columbia'; there aro ho Such taxes, as (hoseVnumcd ojiacted, it being uridfer the immediale control bi.iCangress, and deriving its revenue from the national treasury; consequently if Mr. Buchanan can be exempted from the payrnentpf his taxes "ih Lancaster county, he gopsscot free,.' ¦ •O^rrAH th'eLpcolpdb papers are appealing to ihe^vbfk'ingmen; to kefep.easyydont complaiti,:bu-irie%s will go on as jj su al—ii js pnly atrickol thcWhigsto "get up a pam-, all of which -0-5-1. to read as follows: " We love yoia d'elrrly, although .ye^donH employ .you, —A.bare yourffil""n-S, i^d"Ui^^w!nTWTpliiy you are ybpr eriomies—it is true our measure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

iiifa^ii» ^ih'tha.'J..'6.''Com-te^4i.ofTi^ii(tftliriiit. Highly Imi^iNitWote'iPricfe' Arrwtd. tfkii SriM^h_W$mr^$Mm OvdihrowanUItiifaonmentM (Kp.'-Paj?; - 'des—31,e- Cot-tih^ionottn^ H^favOr.fij ' ' stet^»nS^^»:Hti«»^ ^JiWexkm^W-'Salifomittni^ thc7Vmteil - States.' ¦ ¦ ; - -. . ' .'" ..,'- Through the politeness of an eminen. coti^ niercial house, we have just been plaeed"~in i-Msessidri bl'¦ •¦the 'follpwirigf rn'osf important inlefligen'!e'"irora Mexico. The, hows was received by a British man-of-war,, which touched" at the Balize with despatches from thejBritish Mini.ter of "Mexico for his GoverrirrienT. The purport oph~-se despatcheB is that the United .States have taken possession of the Califdmiaa, and that the revolution in favor, of Santa Anna is complete.— We-publish the-following letters, Irom which it will be perceived thatthersteamship Arab, with Santa Anna on board, was in sight ol Vera Cruz on life yith of August. Vera Crura, Altg. 16, 18-6.. Availing burselves o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

?i- ^— ^ , ^ Laie frobi the American Army. The steanighip McKini arrived from tho Brazos Santiago, at nn e..rly hour on Sunday morning, bringing dates from Point Isabel, of the 17lh, aim! from Cannago, the present Head Quarters of the Army, of the 13th ol August. The news bv this arrival "from Matamoras is'not of ^general moment. Col. Clark has •neceeded in re-establishing order in the city, by putting into execution the "orders dictated for Umt purpose by Gen,_TiulQ_——~ Tlie Captain ol the ballalion of Kentucky Volunteers is ?upposed< to have been murdered by the Mexicans on the Road between Barila and Matatnoras. Tho-town of China, on the Uivor San Juan, 65 or 70 irrile.s from Camargo" was taken on the 5th inst., by Capt. McCulloch, ol the Texan Rangers, without opposition. Col, Seguin, with, 100 Mexicans, were in ihe town, but on the approach of the Americans, they retreated. ' Another Mexican depot of arms has been lound at Matatnoras—a quantity of stores and ammu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

_•-•- "-The -Statesman.'.' .; For tlie Ileniltl _. E_pnsitur. Mr. KniTou:—The following .paragraph appeared in die Pennsylvania Staiosn.au of TliiHHJir!F*8^^ meiils Irom the sitpienl eili|or, which are calculated to leave a lalso and injurious impression nn the minds of the few readers o! iliat-conteinptible sheet, the '-Stuiestnan.'" The -eK.-cxs Comin« Homb —TIip HiiKnvn.r Spectator «t" w'i)'<l_t!. diiy Div»-!i a llenmi.nl tnatnnce of the m!v!|nl|i„. s lo Inj ilf.rivr.il by our Fiiriu. ra from the New nrtlifih Tnriff nilL Mr. Miissleinnn, nf Unit comilv, (i few days alnre illaiio?c<l of 2,10(1 pound* of wojl,'(llie linrdut-eo.f COO i-lie.p) lo Mr. Puniucl Dillrr, of tti»l;nclurtbtirlioo'd..ttl twenty cents per pniluit. .v-hlcll, before tho paKaaire of McKny'a .bill, would t-aaily have brought .twenty..! it cent*. Mr. Muaalotiiau has ltins renli_rd a loaa of-1 l-l dollars. This will do for a lieshininir. '" ' Now, Mr. l.dilor, I will crave yonr indul gence f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

Nciu CiVSucrtiscmcntij. HIEDICME.. ;S| DUUC.S, PAINTS, OILS, 6c DYE-STUFFS^ Dli, MYKUS linsjusl rcejived lit Ms store ill.'( West High Street, hit Tall so |i|ily of Dt-ug^p and .Mcdicin'-Sr ctnbi-cing evury article iii_.llie-'p Drug Busijiess. "'. - Physicians, Puiltul-s^tiid small dealers supplied at e."tv prices. Caili-l-,3v|itcmlier 2, lS'16- ' ." __ DVEIWG &.. SOWMWG. "^F_ ¦ rK-y-r.yt/,r_.,ir_^rv;___. • rti;tf"T,-iafa.aaa. TS I.OUTIIKH S-THEF.t; item- lin-College, ' I dyes Ladies and Keiill.ni-li's »|ipm--l( all enlni-s, null, wan-ants nil work to lie satlslaetoi-y. Orders in iiis line respentl'iilly solie'ueil. Cni-lislc, Sentcinber 2, 1S4T'.—1 j. Public Sate, "«T«T*t4.Llie'solU on SATUItliAY llie 5rlr itct. \\ nt lOo-clock, A. M., ntllie AUCTION UOOM of Williiim f.'oiild, Aiietioncur, n qunulity orCpVEUNiMENT-SrOKKSpcoiisisting of ' Flagrs, Drums, rifes, Bugles, llbrse-Qlnnke'a, Curry Combs, Horse Brushes, Scc.-fco. Terms,C'ASH. - M. SANNO.U.S. Agent. Cai-lUlc Bnrr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

i ^^ , ; ^|^Jp^l»!t"^St§fe ^vfe^;-:i^ |W-^- tlie"!Edii6r-M -buf^!Um^_.1^5"'^V^}'^ hfe was bonneeted ^ith tha^apbi; |thal the iollowing paragraph ippear6di | | ] | ?il''t ..;.:. . .; - .. Xs; v.:; Frbi^uieLneiiiocriti. Union of June 5,;lB4_.,f:_ft febt.'-PQ-KVANj6 ¦ TH&TAni. K-JjA VIliE'vvV'Hlfi' _;%v---^|:^.il'EAtSEHOOD. - --__.--,__j-v-; ¦ -—& '^' Wo're't'ceive ttiai tlie'llarrtst^urg Intelligencer, with, the ineiittflclty so eminently'tlie diafu-terlsllc.of the Cooirpaiiers, denounces "CoL "Polk In oilvancd'as " nn TinBirarrt-avowM-Free^rtB-hBorisf "--The authority for this grittuftniis assertion- Is or. course 'not ftirr «lshedlij-.tlie;inlBlllgencer;nsti Is.Mhe pollcyar-tho WlilojiresB to deal In lioUlluol iiiisrcpresemntlon both of-tfifrrlap olid inBasiires of'tin .Deinocrtitl-parfy,*- T.nw AVE K' appen'lo KNOW oiid stale linBn the off. thority of a TemkesS-aK with whqnl'WE CONVERSED ot JialtlmoM, a H_AR,HKjoH-Otn_ Of1 Dpi. Polk, tliat he holds the doctrin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

raiMwPiBrWSf^ h'ate4;their'fajpn^-and'w^ H6hii®e^-]|B^p^p;J^i^ature. ¦'.-' S^o;V^Hi&%fo|^^^a^ TiaWi^Mmi^ :_n|^^^JiE£te^^!^iiam;,' Shplly, t.OBBJSla^fffliul^ Geprge'MPrrison for Assoinbly. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

¦ -.If^^kbl^tblnpt^theOe^ of;E^ft¥ehn^bprou' gh l^ownshipj met af the' publip/hpusP'fiofrMrj.^P^ on Satur'(ja^eyenihg^_i^gthgjulti^ pbBaJfqt •ejecting*"delegfips^-to.the .Gtjpnty :Coh|fefition;.|^flRAH/.|ij^ERbMbb^^catled 1p1the,l Chii. r>J'ind MyOt'SiMONjOysfEavap. "poitifeafeeef-lary.* ^ftertlfp"appointnreiifol Thomas- Craighead, ir. atid Simon Oyetera delegates,a-comnutl_e.r_po_te_d_the_f61[owirig ' re.8olut|ons; which were enthusiastically adopted :— Resolved, That the repeal oi (he Whig TarifT'of .18*4 »n"3 the'eriacttrieht Pi the British Tariff oi 1846, needs nP^comment Irom us, as we have had the experiment ol bee trade Which was-lully-exemplified bPlore the Taariff ol 1842 was passecl. The balance oi trade was against.us; the government bankrupt; our factories languishing' and'many stbpped; thotis-nds seeking employment ..wiijiout being able to rind any; our currency deranged—shinplasters being the only representative of money—and our Alms (touses the only as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

¦J For tho Repeal M of the British Tariff •".;. of 1845!' . FOR C.llUL ^ CWlIMSSIOXER , AMES -. POWER, v " OF MI-RCluR COUNTY. ¦ | ¦ i|i.iM, in " «___J-^I,'I_MI'«1M'»U»_»LUU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 2 September 1846

-P)Uqj.clpl)ta jflatltet. - Mohhay August, 31st. " Flout-—Nothing doing to-day, and fair and good shipping brands may be had at 3387 j a £4 ; small sales of old stock at .3 for conilemned-and $3 62$ for..Western superfine. . -orn-Mealarid Rye.Elaur,.no sales.- Wheat —Very little arriving) and the only, sale reported, is a small lot old red in bad order at -lo. Corn steady, with sales of ISOObushels Penn'a. flat at- 53c. Oats—Southern sell at 27 a 28c. Oil—small sales ol Linseed at 59c in bbis. Groceries and Provisions, not much doing, and" prices stationary. WfiiskBy "in" bbls. brings 21c}c.

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