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

fkWEN M'CABE: continues to re-V^ceiveandfor\vard :goods and'jiroduce by -railroad WPhiladfelphiar^——.—.-—,_—_ ' April 2,.183ff.- ;..„-; ' . ; .18 ¦ .

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

9>ft 1JA HKEJLS and half barrels No * '"•v •':¦: OWEN M'CABE. . ¦April 2, 1830,.'-: . . '.... ?8 •" ' .' ¦".' •'''.''"¦' .'V. .,.'.'. ; .;f .' -.'„¦.'""'

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

Pennsylvania, Union and„Schrtylkil Transportation Line. THE subscriber will continue at tl.c bjcnin; of the .'. '_ navigat'ioo^o runjiisy ' IAiHE1 OF ifrOATS, Between Philadelphia and Harrishurg-r-produee fcr the.city market, i'cceivod.ii,t-tIie Warehouse of lletn'y .lliouds. Main Street,.Carlisle, or at any-other Warehouse on tlie Cumber'and "Valley l^air'Tl:'ad; to he" forwarded'to George-W. Layngi who will¦ forward t' immediately to the persons consigned to in Philadc--phia. - Also,'in retiu'n, bring all kinds of-Merchandize tit the customary rates; '-.-'' ..-..,-... . WILLIAM IJOSTICK, • Harris/itirg. March 19, 1838..—3m. . •'' 10;, ..UNITED.-STATES'ARMY. y" . ."_ ;"\ ""HECBUITING SKIl-V^B. ' WANT til> for the. United Statei Arniv.afcw nble-b*odied citizens, .between the- ages of :lS.n;id 35 -7--CT'aTS7bCTn^boi3l-fiVe^feet-six-i.iclu-sJiigh,-of..^ijiM/. ' ,/iaraalorj and-of-respectable standing nming .their. - f-'iIo«iciti7,, ensr7rNone-iu-ei|raiM>ly--to.-'ol'u...

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

I have received -3rilay»rand 30 hour. New rjyor'lc^'EO^ "keep goofftime.'antroflreT -tlie'm at'reduced" ; prices,^! my store. C HALES BARNIl'Z,

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

'-erj S AOJS.S PF BINE SALT for sale ^"-y'^TX-T'^^'^WENlWc'ABETT 'Harrisbu.re;,-April %-l838; .(- r-" ,

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

' "'" •'"/¦ ~ T OifeTfrfeQS- .;:""" : .:." mn.mm.mw*^^. "<nl—¦ ¦" ' "» ..m.—«—m^. - ' r" ~ THfi ., ¦' j' ~- or-Tirr.-— :—:—7-77: .-r^:' COMMONWEAl."i:H OF PENNSYLVANIA, ASAiir.Nuen nv the convention, or one thousand ElOUT HUHDIien AND TlilliTY-SBVEK-.......... .... •.'_.TIliafV7Ei0HT.-- ., ,.v'-' . . -WE; The People of the Commonwealthof'Pennsylvania, ordain and establish this Constitution for its Qov'cinmcnt. J ' " » . ¦ . ARTICLE I. - • .. „ Section T. The legislative power ofthis Commonwcnlth- slnll Ce-vSsteil .in a 'General Assembj, which shall consist of a Scnatc.and House of Itcpicscntntivc^. ' V— ¦ ' ' Section II. The icprcKntativcs shall be*chosen annually by Ihc cilizens of the city of Philadelphia ami'of each county respectively on. Ihc second luos; ilav-of October; ¦ '"'.,-. . <.. y'i Scction.lII. No person shall be a rrprcscntativo -wlnrsliaHinot-liave-attaincd-the_nRe^Qwciity-one vcais, and havc'bccn'a citizen and inhibitant of thy StTlc-thice ycat...

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

' -'^-^.fl-REPOJRfTy ''cr;:/'\ :" t )f the Board of Directors.of the Common Schools of the School District of Car' lisle: -' ¦ ', .-.'"" The publio'scliools of this-borough went into operation, oii tlie 15tli of August,.1836. The number of . schools was fifteen, and-tliey were limited to sixty scholar's each; Thcy-were giwled so as to reduce the expense of instructlonof the younger, children, • and give the undividedattention-of some'.of tlie teachers to the higher branches. The plan, has .fully answered tlie expectatiptis entertained of ithy its'friends;' and it is now no longer an experiment but a system well.adapted to tlie wants of the comimmityi Many—difficulties liave been encountered by tliOrfibai'd in carrying out a "new plan, and we attribute its success to.the. gencr-oiis support of our citizens,and fb^^ie ' liberal manner in which a heavy taxation has heeiiV voted and paid by the inhabilantsof dio borough.— ' IJuring the first winter, tho schools had nearly tlie des...

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

KUMBEBS AWD . -' .7 .wmm*'WMmm> ¦ . : :-^- ; icsV-^ THE subscriber rcspcclfully informs his friends, and the public, generally, that he has for side, at his ¦• Coal aiid Lumber Yard, on the bank of th_s_S__s_iuchannu river, in tlie town of WormlcysbuTg, . - 2000 Bushels superior Smith coal, Pannel a nd Common Boards. , Poplar Plank and Scantling, $c. 8?c. All of which he will dispose ofatloiy rates, and on the roostjiccpinmoilating terms.' Persons wishing to purchase would do'wcll by" calling-witlrtlie' subscri- ; bcr, and examine his stock before they purchase elsewhere. GEORGE RUPLEY. April 9,1838T— 3m. ", 19; VALUABLE PROPERTY "¦¦wm e^mffi^.'•;'• THE subscriber7B_ill.tisell at private^sale, or;wiIl__v _ le se for a termAI^nfsiOiaTvaluainctiict ot; lanif, situate in tlie, smltlie'rii part of the borougli of Carlisle, containing about 5 Acres, having dicrebn erectial-ii. XargeStono Building, (Formerly known as " Gray's Distillery,") KLiHOPE, and a Brick DiVeliing House, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

COMMUNICATION. c^^ ' . • ———Forfhe-Herald-fyExpositorr--^-.——i'A WORD TO TEE WISE." ~ iSinco knowledge is power,' those who arc-^enrielied-^fonj-the-stOTes^f-lkerEiturermust have the "power of controlling. public scnliinent, which _Jn „lhij_cjo.unlrjCiis^the. government .of society. Tliis consideration presents our grammar sfchools, colleges, medical, legal* and theological institutions, under a. most important: jsspectr Learned men hold-up,, amidst the darkness of the church arc.but just-ushered into-bcing, and their forms of order* with their, creeds and modes of worship, have 'hardly assumed a permanent character, ", 'Experiments of perilous magnitude arc instituted, by_!ioJd._.]57ri^.ec.toxs ,__al mos Lttexcry_yjeiirJr= Novel scheme's and novel events rousethe public ntind iri.to-'a.state of action which'for a time, seems,".while" sweepiiTg-oTrrits,resistless, cpufse, to draw every .tiling.into its current. Annual elections;- the -death of conspicuous men in state affair...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

S^tErCT TALE. - £Fr.ojn thc' ;Bnglish i4nmcalfdr:1838f\-¦- Zcmbnaml Zorayde.: ". BY THE ' Al'-flioiijll' ' "OUR ISLAND." ."J' "Zemba, and what are,--these?" said .a white1 traveller to his guide; as^they .Svere passing with a koflle.(caravan) .through,the land where the -sand storm rages, and the siroobrCaths its withering blast. "Those," returned the' African, "are the-hills- ofMnndara, whence the iron comes which points our spears." "And those?" continued the white, man, pointing to other lofty peaks which towered to the southward. "They," again replied the negro with an inquiring look,—"they are far hence, four days'journey." Why—bo anxious? he seemed, as though lie would ,liave.adde'd:"i"'And far beyond these last, see mightier summits still-gird the distant horizon.": The traveller was intenttipoii his question.—"La illah el Allah?" exclaimed a mussuhnan-of\the party, "we know nothing of that dark lantf; ferdies-ahd-Kaflirs-(Inlidels; not-Moslcms,) who cat horses are .the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

'".. ' •'UNITEji STATES ARMpf. ~ ItECRUITING ^EltVICE. .-• W*ANTED for the United ST.Affoi AnnV, a few ——nblC-bodicHl-cUizeii3,-belwj!eniUiuJKes_oi3lSjl!!lJlE . years,'being about Vive feet six in'clies |iy?'.i, of gdad : character, ami "of respectable. standing limong liielr ¦' Ifellow-citizciis,. None need nnnly.to enter the ser-- vice; but those who arc determined to serve the period j oflhcir-enliatmc4it=svliich-is-only_Uyfee-^j;au£i—lio-. ncstly aiid faitlifully. '/ ¦ • - , -.". - .'•. 't PtitlofDiiagaoii ...'.. . •' 'j soldiers, wfieii . - mounted. " -.-:, .-.../.... .' v,, *o ?«- , Tins tihtu shows, the amount "of ^ n t| !~ fpay" which enlisted soldiiii's,'no- »-? ."5" "^> cording to their respective grades, 5> -= ^ are •.entitled to recC-ive for "thtir.. ^ i. ' _, , cervices. ' ¦ " ¦ ' '.' L '. — SL _g g1 , S- a . ¦ fi • . . ¦"-" . " ;. ' . .. ' ' ..$ ' $ $ To the Sergeant-Srajor, Quarter-Master Sergeniit, Chief Musician, and " Chief Hiigler-T-cacli ' -..10 4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

' : ^--^^p^EnPFtYtr—r" - ¦ ¦ _^_^^'^VithsNWefeTrnowers ,1:iir-iclr'o<; ¦' r '' 1-Voin various gardens culPd-with rare.'- . - From.ihcJ'ittsburgh SiilurdayJZv£iihigJt ' Asil er±_ Hackneyed as is tbe^iubject of the while man's opr pression and. the Indian's ".wrong's, yet poetry-1—such" jjpclryas the follo\»-ing—may ,still delve in the. soil ot our earlier history with success, and command our | sympathies for tlie'subject matter of the.poet,.while ' we-ackuo'wledge the beauty-amLsllmn^^clKiinicti^iiof .' the Vei;se. .-'^.he style is ;suHicie;itly ^loore-isli to re--i conuhend it to'the favor of life numerous, admirers of 1 the Irish Anacreon. - - .. f' -. 1 .._..'.--... THE SHA WANEE.BJVAVE; . . BVDII.'l. A. IjIlTII.. ". -fi One party seeSjUOthing iiulbeir removal, hut_oppressi.pi.1, violation'.of^^jVesUieSj-anih o(^^th'e^faitb ottjie IJniteil ,sL-ites,,cruelt\: and :periicjy jpn our part,lind . tbeir.banisiiiiieiit .fronl the iunnes anil the'graves ol their fathers, p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

Congressional, -f- ...-¦ JCorrespoiUtericeoftlie^altimSfe'Chromele. r ¦ Washinotoi^'April 30rjL838., HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ' Four New Iiepresentalive.—Mr..K6nn^- dy- was announced.this morning,by his colleagne.Mri Jenifer, was sworn by the Speaker, arid took his seat next to Mr. Jenifer. -Miscellaneous Business.—The/Duel.—*¦ Mr, Prentiss,, of New York, made an atfe. tempt to get in some petitions upon Jlris stale topics But the- House were tired of this ridiculous farce, and bade himkeep^his petitions till petition day, when, if presented, they will sleep on the table. .'•'- '.' Steamboat Boilers.r—An attempt was made by Mri_Calhoun, of Mass., to get up the Steamboat, Boiler bill. It was necessa-.ry to obtain a vote"bf two-thirds in order to get it Up7 Mr. Ganibrelerfg bbjectedraiid 'the molioin didniot prevail.-----.-^—_^'-'— Resolutions, . Petitions, &c.—Several' were oilered by various gentlemen; some adopted,-6thers refused.."" There were "none ofllTeTe^fnWcl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

'.-Tia^ms. - •The "Caklisle IlEnALD 8c~ExrosiTonJ-ivill.be issued every Tuesday afternoon, at Two" I)qli.ars per-niinuiiij;])aj'ablc-in-advance. —--'-' .-- -¦/- —Advertiscmciil^iTiSemeilaitllhe:usii!tl-i'fttcsj^-i—^7 fETLe.ters addressed to the editor on„. bitsincss MUST 1113 POST:.PAlD, otherwise they--will receive no attention. ¦' __¦'¦' - -'; ' "".-_'• -. ^tasmsTS. ' • -' ¦ .-%zz The'foIIowing named persons have been apponited Agents for Uier " Carlisle Herald St Expository' io wlioni,.payment for -subscription and 'advertisementscan he made.' " . .,': ¦ .'- f-^s 1). SfiELLY, Esri. Shircmanstown, Cumb. (jo.' ^_'._ Scott ,CovtE,Iis(f.'Newvilie, ."" """ do7fJ-" . '• ~ : ¦ I'.Koontz, E«p Ncwbiirkh, - ' ' do., -Tiios. W.UiMEs,--Esq;-Sbippcnsbui'g,' do.-';, . John WuKDERticH, Esq. ¦ 'i.-.do, . <lo,--—-7^—- ¦ 1. Mateeh,Esep IfoguestowiT ^'l',.. ¦ ¦'" do. ._ ',-UrWn.soN, E.s(|. iMeehaniesbnrpr, do..'" , William KuNsiiA, Esq. lloperftll, do. *lt. STuncKdR, Esq.Cliiirrhtowny ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

_c6ncressional. Correspondence of llie-Ballimore Patriot. ; unite© states Senate. Washington, April 30, 1838. Mr. Clay brought forward, this mofriing, a measure of the very highest importance; —and which will engage the best attention of the country; for there is a good, prospect, I may say a certainty that it will be carried, and if-so, it will bring immediate and subetantial relief to an oppressed and suffering people. , "';..'¦' The distinguished Kentucky Senator, addressing himself to the Chairman of the Committee on Finance, propounded an inquiry. He spoke of some'of the banks resuming"specie payments. It was a good example he thought. "He hoped it Would be imitated.'. But he'Wished to know whetWj drtheFiiVaifccf Committee -iiitejuled'td britijf forward any "measure to aidT* support, and encoufage=the-bankfls—Jf-not—if— thtr-de.t sign was to.remain still—to do nothing,— he would consider it his duty to present' a prQ'po.silion. ._j,J , !_=_.: » , ¦ - '.. These remarks s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

' "¦ x-M]LM&]pWiEJmi(\ '"¦"''. ¦ From the Pennsylvania Telegraph.' THE LOCO FOCOS IN COLUMBIA ,¦;.•'• •.¦ ...'¦ -. COUNTY. The Loco Foco meeting at Rloomsburg, although a."slim concern," gave evidence of .the "genuine spirit of the party." The Register states that a resolution was passed declaring MrrRowMAN,4the estimable representative from, that county, "no better than a PICK-POCKE'B or a HORSETHIEF !!"' It also; says that tlie following resolution was offered: ¦' ¦ _ "Resolvcd,Jrhat wc.will vo<c for lite 93—\, if he will let us call him a Dembcrat.in PREFERENCE\o an A»lgcl 61 IjSg'hJ, whom we may-ehoose tp-call a Federalist.". " "r • "•¦• ' .Such blasphemy may be'expected from a parly that publicly toasts that notorious INFiDEL, "Fariliy Wright," as' "the Bright Venus of Democracy.'". ' .Xhp. se_.whp.have any regard for. tlie ,reli= gipns" institutions of "OuT-country,"should look well to the effects of their conduct, before they act with a party seeking ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

NEWS OF THErDftY. Texas and the Union.^—The Congress of Texas have passed a resolution to apply to Washington to get back their petition of annexation to the United States., "A shili"- ing, or else, sir," said a laborer -to his employer one-Saturday flight, as he drew _ a knife and' flourished it! „ ' "Qr else what, you rascal!" said the employer. - -' '?Or.else, sixpence, sir," was the scamp's reply.... . - "~ .AVe'lldish'theseTexian jockiesand their jockey clubs up in a day or two. AVe know their ouVgoings and their'i'n-com--'inings..U..-..None-Uetter!..>'..... - '. .... A, "CONTRAST."—The Gazette, in a note_to.an.account ofthe proceedings of a Porter, meeting in Huntingdon county, says— . . ... , ----- --.. - "Mark the contrast! GpwJIUner's par[ ty"tv~5?beairnTliis own couiily last fall, by a handsome majoriiy." '"• - .. .' --" AVhat "contrast?'1'.' AVo'uldTbe'Gbvernor Pprter's.party was also, beaten lasffall in his own county by "a handsome majority," and two anti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

THE SHIN PLASTER PARTY AND JI'HEIR. CANDID ATE. ., Ever since the shin plaster curreney commenced, it has been the grand object of the Loco Foco party, to shift from their shoulaei, S7by[-the"Tn^i"Tinblu^lnng ^enmls'r"by every sort of device,, and »every means, right or wrong, the odium of being the authors of-tliis-pecuniary-curser-^Nayrso-far have they gone, that when other means failed themjliey have with "the" most bare faced effrontry, laid it to the charge .of their opponents. Rut "truth is mighty and will prevail," and their" real-sentiments on Jhis subject occasionally-become known, when the,yWe-fdrceditpispealt-ihenftv";'. :¦,!,:-, i-Our readers will remember, that .it the extra session of Congress, the" friends of Van .Buren passed a law authorising the issu"e_of_TEN—M-ILLIONS-bf—Treasury SHIN^ PLATSERS, nearly the."whole amBunt of which, at any rate overllseveii millions .have been put in circulation."—7-They Will-also bearin mind thatj this wiriV ter the same partv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

Departure of the Great Western for Bristol, i * "' Fr'ointheJVew York'Courier, of Saturday. "..' Yesterday was a gala'day for New York, mid celebrated in a manner rarely-equalled for splendor and effect. The weather, which for several, days previous had been cloudy and disagreeable; Was genial and serene -and a bright sunshine looked.down . auspiciously upon the busy movements of the populace. . A little past pine, the Current set dpivn.Hroadway toward the Battery,' antl before two o'clock the .whole of that beautiful area_was- covered with a dense mass of-human ^ ? beings, extending from Whitehall toMer No. 1 North River.— Castle. Garden was thronged, aiid the vane-, gated dressess-.of the ladies gave to the t picture a rich and 'lively effect. The avenUe leading to the Great Western Was so crowded with carriages and spectators, that it "was with some difficulty the passen-_ gers could make their way on board. ' They finally succeeded, however and at the hour '" appointed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

DUTTON CORN. —Our1representative"irt; Congress received from thp Patent Office, some time since, a parcel of,Button Corn,r which* he has distributed through the county arid district. Ac> companying it he received the following circular, which we have thought proper to publish for general information. . From„the statements'.below, we arp induced to believe this corn is peculiarly adapted to our soil and climate-, and is wbrthy,,the attention of bur agriculturists.-—Beaver'Argus,. ¦ ; ;. PatenfVfficerMarcfi 1.2, 1838. Hon. Thomas Henry.—Sir: I.have:the honor to- transmit a small parcel of Button Corn, which, is admirably adapted to all sections ofthe United States, where.the crop is exposed'to early frost. '..'.-'l"|iis corn is productivp, and will yield from fifty to seventy-fivei bushels per acre, Mf-w&ll-managedi E»tfa&ts-fe&m-se.veraUefa ters received by Judge Bucl, of Albany, together-'with his own opinion, are subjoined. JLanurespectfulL y,...

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