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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

EXTRA0UD1NARY SYMPATHY. ': JCT^Hefc Issometbing that will please tho ladies and astoilisli. thc'.men : \"'r '' —Thc~siugulartympathies-Hhat— forwarn—a_future union between the sexes'; have, in some instances' been m.ost surprising. The following, which came within my knowledge, is pcrhaps.one. Qf.lhc.in_DSt_singul.a_r..:. ___ Mr. '-, a brother officer of mine, was a man of taciturn and retired habits; sel- • dom frequented public places of amusement, and when there, fell any thing but" ¦ gratification. One evening 'after supper, he was, however, prevailed upon to .go to a ball. • Wbhad not been long in the roon), when, to ~my utter surprise, lie expressed great admiration- of a young lady who was ~ "tlanciTTgl_ iarrd"~whatrs'fill—more~amazed-us,— he engaged her to dunce. Such an act'of* apparent levity on "his part "struck" us as.a. sigukiritjvwhieii-might have been attributedto an unusual indulgence at table, had not "* the contrary been the case, for he was remarkably ab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

POETRY.-: - : :::•' With sweetest flowers cnrich'cl, -'-.— From various gardens cull *tl.witli care." .For the'llerald and'Expositvr. ... ,..„ __.._....^^. .. _^ .6 .i^. ..__^_.___ ^ ._- " Aiul is this all, sweet sister, is tliia all?' " ''Tliis little riugletof thine owiifuir hair,- -r-All that remains of what v'as once"in (hee ...So lieautifiil—iro ijnort"?'. Wliere is thyhrow ; ¦ - 'Of sunsh' Hie anil of joV ! thy voice of musick.. ' Anil thy sweet tones of mirthful mjloily ? " ™~Olrwliereare they-.'--Sleeping,-thou dearest one, In thy cold, narrow home. - Cone with thee love 'TotIij-hriglit,div'elling"phic-e"iiT^'on'(Ier".s1iy_?;'i^ ' And left us iiouglifliut-tliis and memory^' -. -- .— She briiigs again the bright ilepaytwt one—"T feel the gentle clasp of thvsoft hand, • '. And sce^thce in that houi"(vhcn frigid Death ¦ *¦ "Stole on thee, and tl'.vpallid lips, grown cold . Gave to ihysistcrtheir last earthly kiss. —_^--'.:-_i_fc__-_L:-___. "---—. -ilAItY. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

- , -, ~— llj; v THE INDIANS.' ',: ; .. St. Auoustine, Sept.,15.--; On Tuesday nightlast, about 12 o'clock, Lieut. May, in passing tp his, command at Fort Peyton, heard the driving of, horses. He pushed-. on rand had just crossed the last bridge' when; he" heawl the> noise of a horse close following, and, reining up, it passed a little ahead. . To the "hail, l,who are you—ipeak, or I'll fire!" receiving no answer, at the distance of three pacesv;,he deliberately discharged a pistol at ii person wlio was leaning forward in the act- of slipping-^frbm-the-horse. -.This- occured within thirty yards'of the fort, so near that the words'were heard within, The sentinel immediately hailed and was Ordered by the Lieutenanflb "sfanatoTfiis post, Phlf following horse entered with an "Indian's sash in his mouth fora bridle, and a blanket his back. ' . - ;¦:¦ : The pistol had been loaded with threebuckshot and a ball; the ball was found/tb have struck the horse high in the jshtfuld...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

"The Carlisle Female-^Semi* ¦ 4ji ar_s'.,?l : ° _ In the County of Cumberland; Penn'a, " Through the 'liberality of the Legislature of the State, the Trustees of .this Institution have been'enabled to establish it upon a substantial and liberal foundation; :-.— ; ' • /- "--'- The seminary is arranged under three distinct departments. .. - . Tlie first.-embracing instruction in ancient and modern languages, and the fine arts," ¦ . Two other departments! embracing a liberal cou'rso bf.English education. ' -..-..--J.-Heeii, -President of the Hoard of-Trustees, is ex officio principal of the seminary. ,. '.._.. _t. The two departments, last referred to, are now organizedaiid__iii_eoniplete^pei\'ition:___^ne__,under___;he mnnngementof-iVIiss-PuKiiB Paime—the other", of M'issSah'ah Camvuklli* The other department will be put into operation as ^ snonns suitable Teachers can be procured . r ¦ At present, arrangements ni*e-made,' and the plan \b in operation, forteaching Heading, Wri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

MISCELLANEOUS . From the'Soiit/terh Citizen. - : *" >' FANNON'S MAKE-. ¦ The exploits ofFannon, the famous tory partizan of Randolph, would make.a body of-facte_:more 'interesting than any tale ,of fiction.'"."-.He wasa-reckless fellow-^bloodyminded as tho hounds of llayti. - He sorrier times slew the helpless and innocent in cold blood-—the coward! But lie had that instinctive tone and 'bearing of authority that keeps his people within the metes and bounds' of his own despotic will. Ho and -hi8_o,\TO partyLWere one day "restjiygjliemvselves *y a spring, lounging here and. there on the green grass 'in the sliado of the trees. One of his subo^iinates, a big strong man, —had-got-mattwith h.iini_IIisj:-age.had_be£n boiling in him for several days; and some afresh affront at the spring caused his anger to become ungovernable—he. drew his "sword and was' resting with: his elbow on the ground and bis-hand under his head. His devoted followers'were.around .him, and h'e heard...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

- . 'sunday scho'qls."s4:>;.'r.'• A fActfor Parents.—There is some difficulty in Cincinnati in deciding tiieqiiestion whether or. not the >cbrnm"ph;¦sch'ool houses, should be allowed to be u>ed for .Sunday schools!" :0n oho side it'js'.held that the city Ordinance^ fprbidHhe "use o,f these( buildirigs for.Twiy>tlier purposes thair cornrnori' school/ while:,thp :pthor, maintijins that "Sunday schools;are a'iJqpimmon as ¦Mpnday; or Saturday 'schools.^ In the course of this ,discussi,on i( was natural that the opinions of the, common schools teachers should-be elicited on the subject. It appears Ihata large portion o'f the Sunday' school /children attend the common school.Varid»it is given as the opinion of.the latter^ that the children who attend the Sunday schools are the most orderly, and riiake the rime, rapid improvement.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

' . - -V. T . . - .- ' ^ . .. ._ rFi'ornlhc liicltmond Whig. '" ;" The ISail Rbaol BBB-idge across ,. i lie great.brnlge across tlie James lyiyer al-Richiiiond, for the accommodation of the Rieliiriond arid Petersburg rail road, may justly.be considered as pne'df the greatest works of its. kind in this country, or perhaps in the world. ^ There are longer bridges of less latitude, and higher bridges of shorter span; but when the altitude-and length of span pf this bridge are. taken .collectively;, there is perhap? not its equal in thiTworld^ ^F.oTTlie~gratifieationTof-the-univorsal in'terest that iit this time .prevails the country oh Ihe subject of internal imprSvem'ents. I'"design to give the public a sliort " arid imperfect account bf: this giganlip, and, in .every point, of view, interesting and splendid structure. -| . ' -Tho loe.if.inn of the liriilirn'- is- nernKR. ibn falls of the James river; a few hundred yards above tide water, where thp velocity of-the current ^ i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE AT GETTYSBURG. ¦ We are gratified to learn that this Institution is in a very flourishing.condition.— It "deserves 'success. Its course of studies isof-the niost-yaried.iand-liberah-kind,.and what we consider of paramoufir value to citizens of our stale, there is attached to'it a German Professorship. That.; highly important department gf literature, German, has been, and still is, too mucfi neglected in order to the acquisition of languages certainly of no very obviOus practical-use '—. . lJ : ? The selection of its locality- was judicious. The breezes which come, from the Blue Ridge, Mountains,'bear with them, h"ealtIrr^hu_rTmpnrting^vigoT-of-inind"and body to those who are ajourning-about-the fountains.of knowledge. It is distant one hundred and fourteen miles.from Philadelphia and onq.hundred and eighty from' Pittsburgh, on a great thoroughfare between those two.ci.ies. The distance from Harrisburg is thirty-fiye, from Frederick thirty-two, -from Hag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

From the Neiu-Ybrlc Times. - - Oui* Forcigaa E&clations. ':/ ¦ ¦¦¦• .". 'iS- Towhat "(lepth of degradation does^a trtlckling administration, mean to drag us. Our north-eastern bdundary can be run by any common surveyor.. He who can tell: where the Waters divide,-which fall into the. Saint Lawrence and the Atlantic, can find the line which separates the United States from'Nova 'Scotia. Yet. the contemplated survey is abandoned by the general government: Complaisance dgrogiitory to national honor, has interposed and_oyejTuled_the ^ulieli~w"Iiicli"~llfe^adriTiiTistration owes,"but omits to perform to the country. Nor-is less respect shown "by. the. President and hiSjCabinet to_pur-_doinai)i-on-thc Pacific. Encroaclimerits are making, of the most alartriing character,- to our interests, as well ns to our clear and-obvious rights! Rights fixed arid settled.by degrees of latitude and lo'ngitude. Yet are these ' geographical and unerring boundaries bro-¦ken down; and a compla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

A STEAMBOAT LOST. ¦ .- The Steamboat Rolla, on her passage from New Orleans tp St, ("Louis,- struck a snag about 130 miles below the mouth.of the Ohio, on Sunday,.the 23d ult., at 2 P? M., aiuL-sunk; iminddiately, inabput.SQ feet water.- "The passengers and „crcw^ saved themselves by swiming ashore, and, clinging to tli'p hurricane deck, part of which was above-the water. One "deck hand was last. . She was insured for .12,-000—three-fourths of her value—m. three different cilice*,r. . - . -' - ' .. Ci. . * ' "' - u' . . •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

_ „FAR]VIE,R,S EVENINGg_._^_ In one respect the farmer has the advantage of almost all other classes of the labor-. Tug community, his evenings he has to himself. While the mechanic has to labor froTrrmprning till hihe o'clocintTtlie evening, the farmer's day commences with the rising and setting of the sun. Although he.very economically appropriates some of his evenings to little* jobs yet the most part of the long,winter evenings ho can appro-' priate to amusement and instruction. In no placo dp we see more cheerful" countenances than around the blaziug fire upon the farmer's hearth. There, at the merry apple paring, or at the neighborhood collar tion, or even-in the family circle alone, do we ^irid social happiness in'its purest aim-, pljcity. What, an opportunity thig_ for the. acquisition Of knowledge ? Whjjt farmer who improves these opportunities can but be intelligent? .—And. what instruction so interesting as that which givpshim a knowledge of his own erhployment? Her...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

',' F.XTIEWS1VB FKypj-^ TheanfoimationTeceivedxrespccting.tbe result of the general election in this State, is such as to leave Uo doubt of the LbcO Fbco,- VanBureji'fSaj'.ty"-having "extensively ^ racticod-a-systein—otfraudr-suclwas-was never, befpro known in any country; and that IMs to it, they are. indebted for their apparent success. .** -... In some places their plans were discovered before the day of election arrived; but generally we believe they were so carefully concealed as to escape-detection in time ' prevent them. , On Friday last, in the county of Philadelphia, a'tnan was ^ arrested and put into prison, on the ground of being concerned Tha "conspiracy"to cheat and defraud""the voters bflhe 3d district, who afterwards confessed that he was-to have been appointed otie of the. Judges of the Kensington poll,-and was .to retuwi about 1400 majority" fo'rPoTteTT-a"nd"th"at*' lhc~"returns77oatb certificates and all were THEN "already MADE OUT. This^man was to be paid a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

.-_..... --g[VIDEjf !>."-— ":-,-7~- Savimgs Fuwd Officb, CABiisr-B,? . v October Ut, 1838. "5 THEBoard of Directors of this Institution hnra this day declared » divieend of 3 PER CiE N T.'foV »'•« ,ast si* raonlll,i payable *« wo Stockholders and weekly depositors, or, or after, tho 10th October instant By order of the-Bpard. ___ -—jobwj. Mr£SS,7retuurfr^—October 5,1838. • ; '.'V._jvoTicia ;.,'¦ T ETTERS testamentary 6a the last will of A. JL_| DAM JiJR^JVDT, late of Monroe, township, Cumberland county, deceased*, having issued to tho subscriber, residing in Allen township, all person! indebted to said estate will" mate payment immedi" ntely to the.subscriber,and those having claims will present them for •seiUeitipnt. " '.. GEORGE BEELMAN, ¦_";Executor, October 5,1838.—6V. . , :".A«SI«WEE. -ACC9VIVT. : ; . -VTOTICEJ is hereby, given, that, the account of IV Thomas Craighead, Esq. Assignee of JOWV Mc<XWJ)ttSjff,nas been presented to the Court bPtjommon Pleas of Camb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

JtERALp & EXPOSITOR. BY GEORGE M. PHILLIPS. ; , , ^ ^^x^^l^^1£ ^ ^7 - Friday Morning, October 19, 1838.-I ; ¦¦ •' ' ' ' ' '¦¦" '----.. '¦ -¦' r The People's Candidate, '- . - •FOR PRESIDENT, BEW,W.liB JflKBISaW.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

WJjfa Of the GeneralElection in Cnmberlund County—1838* ' ¦'¦' ' ""' ¦^¦4'9:&-t-T<*:&*'**-$ ¦¦¦ '.'.'., ,:g g_ '|. g;..:R "9 -•§.;¦-.§•-• §,-<• <: -g -. £¦' 5. 3 he) ' » ' s! §• P S- O" re , _. • -¦' ' ? 5^2'. c?Bg-Fg-E: ¦ _?•§¦ i-J - - ¦ p- • ¦ . < _?» sg . r" ¦ .. S * B • =T • "-< • "¦ -<'.'. - "p '¦ :-- ? „r •_= .- s- <J3 .£..-. • v .¦-.-.•. -;-: . . ' g -. • ----- °p •' s - .r. ¦•• •:¦ ¦¦¦¦ ' ' s.. . . ¦¦ ,.•§..:... ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • . i: . -f ,_—, : ^_L* -^—€xOVP'B*%tO' k* > \ ¦ ' " ' . Joseph Ritne' f.-----^ ^¦ -i27--723-lSi-'-i4b,t84..-9; 7.-6^.;44:.06.3fl3-66i5^¦ -23.l.6; DaVld R. Porter, " ^9 831 130 1,96 214 232 69 47 70 529 73 263 3743 Frederick Watlss 129 741 153 162 186 03 69 44 67 392 65 268 2369 William S. Ramsey, - ' 87'793 131 173 214 235 69 47 67 527 73 254 2670 JBssembly """":"".. :.. "1„: "„'«'«,"' „_,„_ George Ruplei)x 123 734 148 139 197 98 69 43.65 381 65 267 2334 Benjamin'Reynolds, 7- 122 7...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

.'. JTIagniftcent Lottery., CAPITAL PRIZE. . :#l©0,rtMHK The most Brittifrnt Scheme ever drawn in ;^ie\Ui\ited Stales. .;'". ' ALEXANDRA/LOTTERY • CLASS A; for 1838. Tb be"positively drawn at Alexandria, D.C.Shtur-. day the 17th-November, 1838. 75 Number Lottery—li Drawn Ballots. _1_GRAIVI> PRIZE OF'$106,000 1 """ Pfize-of- '"--:—39.00OI- ..do : ¦ 20.000 i do 10:000 1 ' do 8.000 ^3t"':--"'.'- do --"-——^--^—T,-500 1 do G.000 —1— ^do_l_---_- -"-,-5.000 1 «6 -": 4.0O0" 1 do 3.740 5 . Prizeaof "2.500 io ao a.ooo 50 - do i.ooo 60 .do - , goo 85 , do - - 500 Besides prises of$250—200—150—IO<K-80—00—50 40-^—arid lowest "prize"$20 ¦ '—-' . Tickets only $20—Halves $10—Quarters $5—i i • - EiRlith S3 50. ¦Cert?s ofpackngei of 25_.Whole.Tickets .._$2<i0_._./ Do , . do ¦ 25 Half do , 1.50 • ¦ Do , . do - 85-Quarter"do"" 65. - • Do - do n - 25 Eighth do ' . 32 50 QTj*Ordersfor Tickets and Shares'or Certificates. ofPackages in the above Unrivalled Sjjiemes, ivill _*cJ;lve-tl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

"' ¦! ; ; '' ]¦¦ OUR BLOBS. ILLUSTRAVEO-^o Universal Picturesque JIU bum. Editcd-by J. Mcycrj in weekly numli^s. , Each number illustrated bv two' superlj steel engravings fromftlc hurins of celebrated artists. _ The present work will be one of the most grand and interesting ..pictorial monuments whieh have ap-. , peai'ed.'. . . - The views, 101 in number, and comprising every interesting, spot on the earth, \yill all be perfect jewels.ofiheJirt-and do tlie highest credit to,tlie artists einplbved in their production. ... Equal excellence-will chavncteri?e the descriptive department;- It has been entrusted to a writer,whose lame is now too securely established, not only in ona r [ country, but ihi'nugh the world, to be increased by I praise", o*ircndiingeredby censure."-—'¦ ' ¦'¦"'" .' ' . I First volume, fooWprlsing the number 1 to 59.—- i Price-twelve and tt half cents per number, for nibj scriliers only. ¦•.'•¦ '. ' j- - J Publishcil by the.'Nor'tH Amcrioan.BibliograpUe . IitFt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

The -JL'ate Election- a ''"'The long agoip- is over'—'we have met the enemy, :—l ., > andJ—-ivewe-thcir3 *!—Contrary to otir~expectntrnnsnnd wishes^tbc friends-pf U.Oyid.R. Porter have sncr .eeeded in electing biin<5ovei; n'6r of thp State. We did our best lo prevent such a result; but all our cffortsi' yretp in vain. The friends of Gov. Ritiier did their duty manfully in this county,by preyentingjheir ¦ oppohciitsfromreceiviiig more" than halfiho majority which they claimed. TJienumber ^ df votes polled in ¦the county was .upwards of-liv'e thousand,' and-it is ' uome consolation to know that we run the enemy'hard-- -in this their heretofore'stroii^-holtl,-'of-whieli-they 'r bonsted so much previous to the election. If we have. ' ' :Tjeeii bcatcn,\y.e have not been killed—-we have "only ----received n'sHght-defeat thrBugTi thcextraor'diiiary.ex-' '' ' ' -crtiqnsand.infiueliceoftlie gencrargovej-nment—and -we now give notice.to""the whole loco ioco Van Buren .•jmi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

I RETURNS OF THE ELECTION ' _ ¦ roJlTHB . ' Carlisle District. The following is the result of the Election in the Carlisle DistficT,"held on'TuesJliry-thirOth-instant. o v> a; o < 3 ¦ ---—--:,-'.--. --.-5;=rg^ -S-.-^-i /H ¦ ¦ ••- -".,•-' -| f'.g r%%% - ¦ . .'!»&.__: g 3 ¦ ° S . - :. '¦ :.' _'• -" .:"* * -a . .-.°. Govchior; '« - . V v *?-.-; -. -' --- .... JosKruHnwnt'.--"'-.¦.-(,'v^a« 01 42 101 SB- Tit) David R. Pof-ter, .' 287-157 210 68 37 72. 831 Coimressy- . '' ' . "" ¦ FbepeuioK'Watts, .274 183 105 41 101 38 741 ' WilliamS.-Ramsey. ,. 280 147 11)4 66 37 6!) 793¦ Assembly;' "¦ .._' '".'•"" ." -. . Geouoe llupur, " 282 180 01 42 103 3fi 734 llKNjATiiV.Rnvsoi .ns.yrs 177 112.40 10(1" 36 723 William R.Gbrgas, 284 J54 208 68- 38 72, 824 James Woodburn,. 273 ,156 20!) 67 35 72 812 Commissioner, .- - ¦ ,-•-". - Jacob-Skseu, .. " w .103 lflO . 99 42 102 59 775. John Cornrhari,' 246 1-W 199. 67. 36 70 762 director ofthe Poor' , •'¦".'" - jAMES.WEAKrtr, ^274 178 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 16 October 1838

The licsislalurc. ¦'.!:¦ We had intended giving, this week, a list of th« members elected to the. Legislature, but as'wehav. not been able to procure such list. ,vc merely giVLi the number elected by each party* -Ritner. Porter. Senate, 21' 12 House of RejircsentatiTcs, 53 43 ' v. • , ' •;. -¦ ;';; ':. ' „,""«' ' ' : 60^; '

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