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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

¦ ""'" .-THE WORLD TO'COME. '; ""'"•' —— BY-n&WRINOrr—~ If all our hopes and all our fears - - ' Were.prisoned in life's narrow b6und; _ If traveller's tlirongh Uiis vale of tears, We saw no belter world beyond ; ¦ Oh! what would cjieck t,hc rising sigh, ' What cai'liily thiiig could pleasure give.'.. 1C.Oh!whojsoujd.ventureUicn'.to.djp—; . _' Oh wlio would venture then' to live? <¦ ¦—WeTff'lifirav<Ioi'k"i;nd desertmior;-—r~; ;—¦ "Where mists'and clouds eternal spread ^_ . Their gloomy veil behind, before, And tempests thunder overhead j Where not a sunbeam breaks tlie gloom, And liot a fiow'ret smiles beneath, Who could exist in such a tomb—Who dwell in darkness and in death? And'such.werc life without the ray Of our divine religion given j 'Tis thistliatTnakcTOur darkness dm rr:- .i.i-Vn«i inaKes our earth a heaven. Bright is the golden sun above, And beautiful the flowers that bloom, And all is joy, and all is love, . ^Reflected from theworld ^ to corn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

MISCELLANEOUS^ , '' From the Hesperian.. ^ -. . . • REMINISCENSES OF OLDEN" .;'. ;•"! "v —T4M-ES^—.- .,-For the sake of past associations, and with.-a- view- to tlie. pleasant appropriation of ani occasional hour of leisure, a few sketches will be attdrripted, Illustrative of lrien and manneris as they were some.fortyfive or fifty" years gone-by. The.' contrast will be curious, if riot interesting, to the youth of the present day. Having no' guide but memory, some errors in chronology may* be committed—yet the events of that period are even now more clearly, impressed upon the tablets of remembifaritfethan transactions of the last thirty years.— The.reason is obvious-to those who'• comprehend rightly the characteristics of the rriindof man. The' first distinct impresmonsfofouf "early"you tli7arif"vi.vid"arid*deepr -We-oft recur to them in after life, and forget them not in old age. Current events-in middle age, though of greater moment, and .lUgh.PXJn.cji^racter ^^ pass by_lik...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

CONGRESSIONAL. fijrrespmdence of the Balthnore Patriot. ..}. WAsatxo'raN.-May 10, j838. . Wc hail another striking illustration,-to-1 d:i'y, of\lhe Working of the Experiment Ttia" Chief-.-Magistrate himself, has been obligad at last to approach Congress with a special message declaring that' the U. Stales Government is bankrupt, and asking for money! Presideiit Van Burcii, afteriwaiting in vain for the action of his organs in tlie Senate and House, (the Finance .Committee,) transmitted-to-day a statement from the Secretary of the Treasury, by which.it appears that theit embarrassments.are even greater than have yet been reported.'/' You, will-receive the mcssagC'and the Secretary's communication along with this. • But Mr. Van Buren and Mr.. Woodbury attribute their present difficulties to the existing prohibition against re-issuing Treasury Notes, •Avhich4iave-b6en-rcturnediiLpayJmfint.o£tli(i revenue J and concur iri rccommendingTthat this prohibition be forthwith removed.-We...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

¦ ¦¦ ^^EQ^EUarSllNEWS. ['. „——;— —. ; ,' t ./ . From the'Pennsylvania Inquirer. THE DIFFICULTY BETWEEN •>'¦• ; FRANCE AND MEXICO. > . We have been looking" With some anxiety for an official-account of the origin and progress of the1, difficulty between France and -Mexico.- ^Such an--ac'Qount is due- to the citizens of this country, and especially to Congress, iniorder that all the- facts-of the cas,e. may be, before the American. people, with the object of enabling them to' decide whether or not this country'should make; any movement upon the? subject. - In the absence,.however, of any such official exposition," we proceed to compile from New Orleans and Mexican papers, -as. derived from such sources1 . ',/ '.' . r1- ^ ,-. 'irap]^a|sllrat;"fof^rctal-^yeafs7M" eXi(^ has been ..committing a series of outrages against the.citizens of France resident with--in h' or Territory—both in the destruction of their lives and the confiscation of their prppertv. Thirteen years...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

•."-.:.-—-- jjjg - ^g^., ' An Irish infant ^ seven feet and a half high, is now forming part of the New York exhibitions. .' ' . -..- .' -— The -British and-^Foreigh- Temperance i Society has offered a premium of 250 dol-I lars for the best essay on the benefit of to-. i tal abstinence. • * - _-_.-' _,:_ L_. | ~^The militiaof- the State of New York numbers 184,800 men. ' ..„ \ —Tho-4^ncord-04)serTOt^tate^ha>ten riC the-factories in Lowell, and.'two in Nashua -TrreTLboptrto-suspendbnsinesSk. j"" Total Depravity'.—Receiving a newspaper three years* and "then run- aWay and cheat the printer." _. t -" Four negro children were killed in.Twigg county, Georgia, by the falling in of a bank.. The owner said he, lost 2,000 dollars by "The accidentr r~r^' . —-—- j The^Pittsburgh papers' sta*, f^ eom&o[ the Iron, Manufacturers o;.;nat h d have determined to0.^.3- . ^/'u./. Mr. Robert W\,itelaw of Ryegate, Caledoniivcountv ^ Vermont, raisea" last season on about „ acrea df...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

., COMMITTEE MEETING.- ^The Corresponding Committee of Cumberland County, appointed' by.the-Fifth of March Convention,, of the Democratic Anti" masonic party, are. requested to meet on ^ Saturday; the ninth day of ^unfr next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at "the Public house of C. McFarlane, _ in Carlisle, .on business of importance. ' ¦« . ._ • .The committee consists.of the following named persons:—Geo. Fleming, Jacob "Landis,-—:Samuel--Baldwinr-pav^l-Coblej John Hettrick, Thomas D. Urie, Win, Graham; John J- Hemphill, Esq., Jas, W. JUlety David Brandt, Geo. Miller, Samuel McCune, George Matthews, John Etter, Geo. Singizer, John. M. •Martin, James Kennedy. (£/"Our readers will -perceive Uiat we again liave ourfaiUiful "eagle" mounted at, Uie head of our last column. He's a -faithful old chap—he brings almost everyjweek the news" of FiCTOTM'Tierching-upon our banner. ' - -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

T^LimTEERlMISSTA^EMENTSr i;he last Volunteer comes out openly aiid places its positions in a tangible shape. This'is whatwedesirc. "We take the following from its columns which it adopts from that pink of fair dealing and decency, the "Key Stone." . ' - ~ ' ¦.-"The appropriations made by Governor Ritiier'sfederallegislaturexf 1835^6, which he approved, amounted to $5,461,346; In 1837, there was deposited in the treasury of this state, by. the,general government,"' 3,'- 000,000. "The revenues of tlie state from the improvements, taxes, &c. amount to considerably over a million a year. • Wew.iU call the aggregate however, only $3,-. 000,000 during his term for three years.'—The appropriations of tlie last and present years; which lie has approved, will con^ sume all the'money in the treasury and require-a-lban-of-more-than-a-millionj-^ ^ Addthese sums together, and the expenditures under the three'years of Gov. Ritner's admirristrationv-willconsidcrablyoyergo"$r3',-000,0...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

Porters Conservatism. The Loco Fbcos frcnucnUy endeavor to electioneer for,their candidate,David U. Porter, on tlie ground that his, principles are conservative. We presume that there will bo'but few imposed upon by such TslgintBT^We believe that' hewould "be all tilings to all men.forthe sake of a f|'w votcsj'&nULUic election should take place, and then, farewell to^oonservaUsm After due deliberation, Porter was selected fey a Loco Focb convention as a fit ins'trumont for, their purposes. His principles were then fully known by the_oonvention, and tlie Unanimous Vote which fez received when the question upon his nomination was finally taken, allows that'he, was considered a thorough going or-Uiddot ffcoted Fooo. -¦<. ® ' '- .;. ••- ¦ . . • '<*~ ,^ ; . £¦. • " . After his jWhiination, in .order toJi&dV^rli at the confidence of Ufti/Convention was notmisplaked, he took a promincnrp^'inVevery destructive or Loco Foco measure whictfwM'p^ppsedin the S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

--T-HE-GOVERNMSSTT—B ANltRUPTr By the following message of President Van Buren, it will he Seen that the United States Treasury is bankrupt. This is a frightful state of affairs, and one which calls for reflection. How is it, that in the midst of peace, after the enormous national debt had been paid off before Martin Van Buren come.to Uie Executive ijhair, and only a few days ago an overflowing treasury, tliat.npw the. wheels" of government are like tp stand still for want pf money! ; There must he somcdiing wrong—exu-avagancc and waste "have been working the ruin of our government. 'With a bankrupt treasury Uie renewed issue of '^ContincntaLShin-plasters'^is urged upon Congress with Uie greatest vehemence. - ' This continental money has already ruined Uiousands, aiid is desUned to ruin many more. . How many of our citizens of the present day arc iir possession of thousands of dollars of old continentiil money which long ago became so worthless that Uiousaftds of dollars of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

——TheMonsteRf-^Oli'-theJJIonsteiL"—r~ By the following letter it will be seen Uiat uie monster has contributed to Uie relief of the sufferers, by' the late fire in Charleston, the sum of TWENTY THOUSAND- HOLLARS. ¦ What callest thou Uiis;friend Georgeof the Volunteer? . - .Bank of tlie- United States, May 5. Hon. Henry L. Pinckney, Mayor - " of tiie city of Charleston, S.C." • ¦ Sir^-I am instructed .by the Board of Directors of Uie Bank of tlie'United States, to express to Uie citizens of Charleston Uieirvcry sincere sympaUiy under Uie calamity which has recently befallen Uiat city, and flieir anxiety to do every Uiing in Uieir power to mitigate it. Such a misfortune, "which even strangers must deplore, cannpt fail to awaken the liveliest intei-cst'in every part, of ourycommon country. But this institution has during so long a series of years, been intimately connected in all the relations of business, wiUi Uie community of Cliarlcston, and has so many-tiesof-friendly-inter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

•r^SWS^MK^r &^H^mm ' ^my ._,.-(''10 JBlacks ami illhBays,) Are required for the United States" Cavalry School of Practice," at Carlisle Barracks. These Horses must-bb well formed," strong, active* and pei-fccUy sound:. between ibur and six years old; alioiit fifteen hands high; and long tails. _"~ . Aiair pijee will be paid, in cash, fo'rlibrses of Uiis description. " • . " - ' E; V. SU1VINER, Capt.;: ' "="-• •"' 1st Dragoons. - CarJisTeBfffracksV?,,,r.. ," - —•-'¦—-«---May 17,18:18. $-ivf \ .-.-/•WSJ:» "lB'-AtS a. ~ ~HfEiyRY J. KELLY5 INFORMS tV Young Men of Carlisle^m*-** and the surrounding country, that he i-S*ii| / prepared to. maniifactm-c in the neatest R^bX. style, WHITE RUSSIA HATS tar sum-|^^Sa mer.wear, at his shop in East High jSticct,**1^ nfew doui-s wesi'ofAIflior Jacob Rehrer's Hotel, and next cloor to the store of John H. Weaver & Co." Also, White Silk Hats of the best plush; made on blocks ofthe latest city fashion. . •'* . Carlisle, May 2a, 1838.—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

HERALD &. EXPOSITOR. ' " BY OKOROE M. PHII-tilPSt CARLISLE. .. r ¦ . ¦ —7-Tuesday Afternoon, May 22, 1838. . The People's Candidates, - FOR PRESIDENT, wm* m, m&mmmmi* FOR GOVE°RNOR, '. ¦ ^©siaipia ^hwsiibiba' , The Washington county .Farmer:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

— Carlisle Barracks. "Wclcarn Uiat a general ordcivlias'hccirissucdby Major" General Macomb, directing the immediate repair of die-Barracks at this place. It has been determined to make this station a. school of~military pi-acticc for ca,valry, wliere all Uie ' recruits for the Dragoon corps are directed' to be,sent"to receive' insUuiction.i The ordcr^JurUier directs Uie purclnise'of eighty horses for Uie purposes of the establishment, and Uie w h ble is placed under Uie command of Capt. E. V. Sumner. - By IhcPiiiladelphia papersoflasljieck, we regret to learn Uiat tiie spirit of mobocracy has taken possession of,a portioif of .its inhabitants. 'c-The Pennsylvania Hall,"a now and splendid building, Uie cost of which was $40,900,"was entirely destroyed by a mob On tiie "evening of Thursday ltisf, since" which time several Other riots have taken place. We have no room Uiis week for further particulars.,;— .--..—. . . By our last advices.from *Washirigtbn,.we4eani 'Uiat the T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

ThaTimes. ' Wc" iuidcrsjaful'frflhl 'AlerclifiutS' and others wlio have recenUy visited our commercial cities, that the prospect of an improvement in Uie condition of busiiiess;is^e'xtreniely_f|ivoi-ablfi,... There. ji;ri6„c.ventjvhicli has inspired a greater feeling of confidence tlian tiie issue of Uie recent elections, which have-proved so adverse to the Van Buren administration. A continuation of Uie present^policy of the government would undoubtedly-protract the distress under which Uie country has so long been suffering. This fact is known_ and felt' by all business men, aiid hence Uie good effects which are likely to arise from the continued Successes of Uie opposition. The next congress -will be certairily-purificd_aiid-Uie_jPresideut_w.iJL:.no_ longer be sustained in his war on credit and the business of the country. Tills GLEAM OF LloVii UlTOUgll the darkness of the present time,.is bringing jOY.to thousands who have been. rnosTBATEb in business by the destructive ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

• rmpro^metii-B^ -* - There are several persons who object to Governor ^^ItitnerU>ecaugeJie:8ip3iecLUje _f;njir<reeme;it Bill. It is _well known that he performed Uiis act with the greatest reluctance.;- He was either compelled in <Jo , as he djdr,^r..vet^j(ripjifl^rJatl05a 'indispensable for carrying on the public works. As Uie session of Uie . Legislature was just at its 'close when the bill was passed, there would not have been time'to gist up anp?: ther on a 'more moderate scale and suited to the, ''.'-' . .-•,"'-1. ¦ 'i • . .¦ wishes of the Governor. 'The p"n8'sa'ge6f the bill was cvidenUy m'f-ant as a trap to operate f.-ith in the com-,,ingelections. J. fhe 8ignedjt,ne would haVe'to incur . '; all Uie odium attacked, to its objectionable features, and if he did not he would have had Uie disagreeable . alternative of permitting'the state works to remain idle for a year, or he would have been obliged to convene the Legislature Immediately at anWormous ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

MARRIED^ -., " On the 15th inst. by* the Rev. .6. Gott--walt^Rev,-'JoHN^-LRioii,_£lasfoc_o/!_/Ae_ Evangelical Lutheran Chur.ch of Carlisle, to-M iss-SusANiiA 0 ATHARiNEv^nly- daughter of Mr. Henry Grove, of AJlen township, Cumberland county, and formerly of Baltimore. *~'\ '.'' .' ',-'".' On the 3d mat. in .Fayetteville, by. the Rev. George S. C. Husseyj Mr. SamIiel Mitchell, of Mt. Rock, this county, to IVtiss PitisciLLA SiiubAder, of Green Castle) Franklin county. " — i»0ei$s9t — ._: a,_^ -. die|>?^. 1 ,i T In ^Philadelphia, on WednOsday^thg ,9thu inst, Mrs. Mira Hall, "in the S5th year of her age, wife of Mr. A. M. Hall,* and daughter of-the-Edi'tor of-the-Franklin Repositorv. ,i ' "' ' rT~— On Saturday last, in Shippensburg, of scarlet fever, George, infant son of John Bush,,nged 7 months. ¦ ™-On the-?'8tlj,ii.Hii James, aoa- of'James Ligget, of this place, aged 4 years,.2 months and 16 days; " - , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

-—^—(ERAKTD CAi?ITAlLS ¦ - - '"' FOR JUNE. . $30,000 Capital. • ' '' .' STATIC OF VIRGINIA.. ; Richmond, ifgeademy JLottery. j, Class No. 3, for 1838. To be drawn'at Alexandria,. Vil on Saturday,-2d -'¦ '- • June, 1838. . ' • s GnANO SCHEME. ¦ „ CAnTAI^--S30,000-^$il0,000—$tF,000—$5,000 $-i,0l)O-r$' 2,50()—$2,000—25 of $1,000, Stc.' ' - Ticket^ only $10—Halves S5—Quarters $2 50." Certificates of packages of-25 \VhoIe .Tickets ipl30 ' -'¦ l)n." do:¦— 25HiUf do."." C5 00 Do'. ' * ,' do. 25.Quarter do. ¦ 32 50 Capital 835,295. 15 draiun numbers in eachpackagc of 2.5 Tickets. ¦'". ' Virginia. Style Lottery.-For the benefit pf Uie Petersburg Benevolent Meclia-:, --'.- nio Association. ,. — ----"---'--- - Class-No4,for 1838. ¦ -..--•:¦--To he drawn at Alexandria, Va., dn Saturday, June •———— —9,-1838. : — ' Brilliant Scliemd ' . . CAPITAL 35,295 dollars—10,515 do.—5,000 do. —4,000—3,000—2,50O-r2,25Or-2,00O—1,750—1,600 —1,500—1,400—1 ,300-tI ,250^-1,200—50 of 1,00U —50 of 250—50 of 220...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

PRODUCE GOMMISSIpJL-,-~ ^&WBiQ<DW6HB<> The subscribers continue to transact a general Commission Business for the sale bf alLkinds of country produce,' They also continue .toireeeive.and forward wUh-despatch, goods ordered for any'of the towns on Uie Cumberland VaUcy Bail Road.. Pi-oduceordered to Weaver & Miller, Harrisburg, fdr"us, willTje^fol^rcletl^iUiouCaelay. TTrrn—r: j ¦ ORRICK & FOX, , Referto Broad Street, above Race, Pliila. Chari.es Oon-nir, Esq., 7 Carlisle Mr: Henby RrtoADS, 5<-a»»SIe- ' , ... " May„14,1838.—6m: . „ 24- JUST RECEIVED.-A Fresh s pply Goods, among which are, ! Syrup and N. Orleans MOLASSES, • _ ^ Java, Rio, and Laguira COFFF.E; . Brazil,NrOrleans,amllioaf SUGAR,". , -Black, G»-Powdcr,-Imperial, fk-Y, Hyson-TEAS, 'T'-Sperm-ana Tallow-GANDLES,""—r" -~" Castile, Brown, and -Yellow SOAP, ¦ HONEY, CR ACKERS, MUSTARD,CHOCO-- LATE, STARCH, &c. " And for sale by CHAS.BARNITZ. May 14. ' .', 24:.- TT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

MARKETS. "~ - ~ S~ '.'¦V^- ] ' "—' ^.' JBalliniore, May 18», J83,fJ.,. • -,' FLOUR.—i'f he market appears firm, but the transactions continue light. We quote the wagon price to'day at $7,50a625, ;and in some instances for lda"ds t)f fresh ground $7,75 has 'been paid. . Sales from stores have been made at $7,75a7,87| "and sonic dealers refuse to sell for less than $81 GRAIN.—Whe' ati— No domestic wheats at market fora considerable time past. The prices of foreign wheats are fully sustained in the late advance to $1,7.5 for thclbest parcels.^pu Monday and Tuesday about 9fJ0p bif|hejs of this description were sold at,%\,1Sf and hl6r& recently^ about 6500 (jushejs at.tliesamerprice; _^A lot of 1S00 bushels good was taken at $1,72. v Corn.-—Prices have been pretty steady throughout the week, at 69a70c. for vvjiite, ahd^at40a7ii-ceiUs-,,for^Uow.v^,A^iale_^ very prima-white to-day.at 71 cents., ' .': ' .Rye.—Vic nolo sales of heavy Susquehafjiiaat 94 cts. Wefjuote Maryland, as in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

'. . \ . — ." -. jflississippii-- ¦ .-.-„,...,.._ We at length have the proud gratificjtiori of'informing.ourrcaders that"all the coun' ties in- Mississippi'have been heard from, and that Messrs. PRENTISS & WORD have, been elected by a triumghant majority. One Thousand Guns for Mississippi!!!.

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