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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

PAPER MAKING AT HOME AND Anno An.- "In the presence of "S1!'persons in I7oh •don, a parcel of rags were recently taken, made into paper,' dried, and printed on, in .Jive minutes ! ^Vhen this celerity becomes universal, loafers must dodge paper milte, pr their ragged "vestments will be whipped ;olT, and tucked under their noses in shape of a handbill advertising vagrants before 'they fchpw it.—-iVv:J" . Sun. ;/ ;;"PJoli!; ,T)us is nothing,'* adds the Philadelphia, inquirer. >* The *same thing has ¦ been-done at the ^ Inquirer Office time after time,"within, tim,last year or: two. The Very steam, by whjch the first.qperation is jeffecfedi also performs the last, asliur printing.presses are/all Xypfked by the steamengine connected with the' paper manufac'* tory.' 'John Rutlis, no ddubtvery ingfenibus> but Jonathan is quite a match for him.V,v' Whipping Men and fVomenj—I n 1837, Jane, Queen of the Two Sicilies,-in order toihejidthe morals.iOf her subjects, made a l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

SElIiElOT TAlLE Prom the Lady's Booh LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE. • ; " ¦ (Concluded.) .' ; - :-.-"I bring you a~ messenger, ^who* I trust is the bearer of glad tilings," said Mr. Manning, entering, with a b' e'hevolent smile, and ushering in a young gentleman, whom he' introduced by 4he' name of. Clarence. V Augusta, ^you-will. greet_,_hirn; with joy, for he comes with letters from Mr. Allison, your husband,'.' Augusta sprang forward,^ scarcely waiting to go "through the customary form of introduction, and took the letr ter.with a trembling hand. "Tell .me, Sir, do you' -know him', and is he well ?" The stranger bent his dark and lustrous eyes upon,her face, with adook of undis-, guised admiration "I know him intimafe-4y,-madam^^w;henjt'iast saw .him, he was in perfect health, and-animated by the pros-" ^ect^of-a-speedy_r£turn^-^Augusta_\vaitett to-hcar--no-:-inore,--but--retired-4o-hcr--own. chamber, to peruse the epistle',' she had so' anxiously anticipated. It was in answer to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

POETRY- .,; •'^rTT-Witli'8wcctest flowers enricli'dj. From various gardens cull'd with caro."- /- ^ ' The Dying klMtleni.. BV i^lGEI.. 'Yes, I must-tlic-!' I know the hectic blush Upon my cheek tells of my life's decay, L^;str«ly as the Hugvring^viliKhlJsfliish ' - ; '; Upon, the sky; tells of the (leath ofday. ^.he sii.Wows-~ pri^ And visions of the spirit land are-then— —.—- 'The sluggish blood-is ciirdliir^'inencli vein, -: -->*--And bids Jne for the life to come'prepare. My languid pulse proclaims'thijt life's dull tide . Is.ebbing fast towards that-shoreless sea- ¦' On which my spirit, bark-Tike, soon shall ride, In hope and strange expectancy most free. Why do I shudder at the thrilling doom? Why is my mind at times soltempcst.tost.L.. _i_ ' 'Why shouidlIie^pifirfrarth^gTa"ve's_ deep~gl6om, Or dread the' wonders of the heavenly host ? \ Qh,itishard.tbatoucsayoung'as.I, .. . Should say to the eai'th and its scenes, adieu ! For the last time should look upon the s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

''-:-F^mn-the:GeMleihan%MagannKrr Tlie ISomantic Young Lady, There is at present'existing ^ in-a plain, brick house, within twenty mile? of pur habitation,, a young lady whom we have christened "the romantic young lady," ever since she came to,an'age of discretion.—- We.have known'Jher.from; her childhood, and can safely affirm that she did-not take this turn till her fifteenth year, just after she had read "-Corinna," which at thai time was going the round of the reading society. , . '- At that period,-she-lived: with her father in nie^riextJvillageV .Z'yVer WelFrejneniber calling accidently, andvbeing informed- by her.that it:.jvas^^ "a .most, angelic _day," a truth which certainly- our own experience of the cold and wet in walking across would have inclined us to dispute. These Were the first words which gave:us^a,hinvt as. to the real state "of the young lady's mind; and we know not but..thattWe might have passed them over had it not been for certain other_expr£S.^Ms oni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

—rtFrom the .Michigan Observi/^^. '¦ -., u„ LO, ' ftmh'OQR 'DRUNKARD! , Isiheie any humanity in the rum sellers' heart J Ff sii,- if .lie claims,.brotherhood ., with ipaiikiud, and -curries a heart.of. flesh, in his bosom, thon he may perhaps listen With profit tri. the'tale of wo which we are . about to relate. Every word.of; it ia trues- • • Seven years ago, a miserablelook ing ob- • ject in the shape-of a man, clothed in rags and covered with filth, travelling to. the west, entered a house in the state .of New. York,-as night, was coming on, and asked permission.-tOLStajr.-'.until: nioTmiigcrei| iark-_ij_ ing thatJie.had no money.. The man of the house, perceiving that ho was partially"""" iutoxicated, and not caring.to.have sp.filthy, a being, in. the .house, declined, entertaining him, but.at the same time proffered him his .' sitppcr and a. shilling to pay for his lodging; at the tavern, Which was only a few. rods further ohi-~ This generous offer, one. would suppose, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

\YmG ''^ \\ iWAVERB^X^ebegl!ti attention of our political -frieftds^one-'and all, to thiiirriportantduty pf>ioM) attending to the. busihess of ijx'le'ndiiig' tlie- "circulattonl of the'-.Whig", newspaper. It is an' pbli^a« lion which all ought to: feel:- andttxdutj* which every man-0ught to undertake iri, in his own way and in his own neig:Kb" o.tirhooft.i ll is hot the newspapers whichtaii filled with political strife atidajiimoxilift during tiie heat of the cbnteited^ileflioni which nxake convertsorwhich huildtip end sustain ourpariffa "< Kutit is the silent anil rgrivdual linfluence-acquired by 'ah^honest and fairly jcpiiduieted newspaper, regularly reeeived ai)d:quietly read at the family firesideyVwhicniis what we Value arid seel$ for. Jgrery- man'jought to' subscribe to j(ome VieWsp'apefs;;-not' only:for-the amouifif of knowledge;oiid lentertainment which it iwill. impartto;lurneelf and his fairiilyi ibutjrfor the aniiriatipiiitimriart^ lion:it atyakensieBp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

.' TUK \. t^NSTrnrrioisr or tBB COMMOltWEAWH OF PENNSVLVANIA, AS AJ1EBDKD BV THE MKVErtTHHf, Ot ONE THOUSAND IIOIIT I1UHDBED AWD THIRTV-9BVEKTJIIBTV-ElBirr. WK The People of the Commonwealth of Penns. lviiiTia, onlaiu ami establish this Constitution for ru .Government.. ARTICLK-I. - ---Si-climi-5. The legishtivepotyer of this Common'- wpnltii sh 11 b«f>estcd in a "General Assembly, -whirl, r.hxll consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. ¦ • i , . —Kictinir;i7Tln'-icpi"*£ntatri'e3aihall-be chosen anmi.iliv bv tlie citizens of the dry of Philadelphia and of cadi county respectively on the second Tupsd.iv of Ottobrr: Section 111.-No person shall*!* a representative who sli:ill not have attained the ago of twenty-one yenrs, anil inve tieen.it citizen and inhabitant of the "State three years next prccciliiir; his election, and the list year thereof an iiihatiitaiitof the'cMsMcMrf arid Cor which he shall be chosen a rep) csentative, unless he shall have bjocn absen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

lra.AlVItETS.,^'Ko5C'DiimeId an'd "ackl „aw Blai.kcU, *for salfeby - ABN0Ln'^C0. 8«pt-I».'--:"', ''' :'';. ¦','

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

AtUlres* ot the Hcmotrviliti ••'. : Slate. Coniinitlcc' . To the fiiends of Joseph Ritnor! ¦ '.^ Fellow-citizens":-*-The General Elec-. lion has resulted in. a manner contrary, to all our reiisojiable-calciilatiofis and just ex- '.";" pectotioris.l--J'he-opponeut-of_ourcandidato' for tKfe office of Governor, appears to be- • e)ected'by at least ^000 of a majority.. This' is an ievent to wlitch, if it had'been fairly produced, we, as; good...citizens, „wouid . quietly, if not cheerfully submit.- But tiiere . is such a. stroiig; probability of malpractice" " and fraud in the wliole transaction, that it is our, duty peacefully to resist it, and fully "! to expose it. . ' , ' ' ^FIie-*lfction^8^eenic4tftracteTketl--by--H— ~—features altofrether. unparalleled in the history of our State politics.. A. few of those of a more general nature, may be here in- TsfarTeedT """ ~~ \ : ". '" .; --.-¦-; I When the returns from all the counties -'-shall be received, it will:probably be found...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

- , '.HOTIGE-:'-.- , ?Q~4£itrQ&HG%ZtiR&^ — . LI. nei-sniis imlfliteil to the lute firm ol Qgilby & r\ Winer, -lire lieivhy notified, tliat their accounts |^n-,mMi|-.ieF.l---tirilie-han.ls-of-«o6et4-^««^ Kir f,.r eolleetio..: tiinn wliom.llit-y are requested.to .cidUi-wn^h,.^ them .ithoirt -Hy --«-«**• , UEOKGIi W. IIITNER.' bctobcr-U, 1838.—3w. ^^^ . ^•^B'Tic^larl'islc^ a^vi«aT«* Seii»i--.....Hary5'v ' '. In the County of Cumberland, Penn'a. ; Through the lihemlitv of the Legislature of the State the Trustees of tins Institution have been enabled to establish it upon a substantial and liberal fountr-l^'-semiiiary-is-arrnnged-uwler-lliree-distincr^- ldiLiiinrtiTiciit's.:.^< f ... . . ' ' . ¦ S. The- fii:6t,":crnhraoi.ig Instruction-, m nncient ana modeffi languages, mid the fine arts: ,.. ."•- ¦- Two other departments, cmhi-ncing a liberal course of English cducalion. - T„,.,re. !« J. ltMii, President of the Bqnrdpf Trustees, is ex officio nrineinnl o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

GtORIOUS NEWS FROM SOUTH •'-.-. - carolinX' ' -'"] ed 1 1 Gkn. w addv :i komhso.n kk-elect j . " .' A slip .from the^ofnee pf the Atigust'i ^hroiiicle brings u« the1, gratifyingintel ijronce that, Gen. Waddv 'Thompson is re-, «lec.tfld to Congress inthe G,Teenville„Sonth ¦ • C irolinaJDistriet, by a majority of ONE j TflOUSJlND AND TtTE1$TYFlVK\ VOTES! His majority in Pendleton was '141©,-ana in GreenVille'lS. ¦ . I • Tbi». ohr readers-will recollect, isj.the, wlistrict in which ^Ir. .Calhoun resi'.les!-r-We cannot say more to1, illustrate the -glory ' of this triumph. The majority of, the peu,-ple of the Greenvlille district will'be reiiiemliered, in all time to coins, as atnou^ the, most patriotic, virtuous and elig'litened freemen orar country boasts.. A greater -itiryial-; l.lnmph-was-nevtv aslvwvcd-'tlian-tliat-tliay-; iiaive gained-. •''-''".'¦ .1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

-ROMANCE IN DIM'ER CANADA.— A-.Miss Strange, niece of-the late, member pi Parliament of that name-in the Upper Canada Legislature, was eng-tged t.> be married t)"« Mr. Ducent, in>rchant, residing at the libad of Lake-OuUrio. . Aicorrcspondent of t!ie Rochester Democrat tlma tells how-the enamorcd swain sped in his wooing. -, .'The day was -fixed for the tinioM of the hippy- pair. ' By' previous arrangement, tiiey were to be married early In thenionii'jg,-and-immediatelytakepassage-for-New Vork,' oji)their: .way to Scotland to visit their irieiids.' The Scotch M inister in Kingston, iheu-..being absent, Mr. Dueeilt broiight a i'ivorite parson with lTini, and arrived at liie iarjy's house in the evening,' anxiously waiting for-the dawn of day When he was to become the husband to the fair, the accomplished/Isabella Slrange. ' The trunks and band boxes were all packed.and ready, in one of which was deposited by the lady's uncle, fur her special use, tive^rarniTed p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

LOSS OF TIIE.STEA.MBOAT GOV- ERNOR D01)GE.—We -learn Irtim tne St. Louis Rapu'iiieun i:f the 5th inst. that the steamboat Guv.^rfodgc was lost on her v.oyage-from-iil..I.-:tiis to New Orleans^--' About 120 .mii.-s- bid- w the; mouth of the Ohio river, nnd in i!u' s me bii' .ul where the -RoHarwas-hrs'iTW^-ti-- v^li^ilU-JitaiiotU-S. «!clockvA.-M. tlie-K ¦-:-.'<- fttruclnt ?n .g, surikbehiw-thesstrr.it, >'•! '.'"-¦ wr-lur, mrtiny five feet andnofpec- iv':r-i- .'-whicli kiuicted "a.largc.hole in her.-. -.:.--..: Sh.' 'Was run to the shore ;•.'.¦ \ :-..:-.:':. ii:iin.!-.liaCJK*.i'.i ten feet water, 'i'ne i'.-'.'i •>'. n.s 'mat ^supposed to bca.to'.,.l i;.::.-. . 'I'll--, otiiriii'^- a:ici ftiriiiliire, ntiill aii ;.''..! «:-r- on dee'; will bt saved. -The. ;ca!'--o c .e-i.-i-.'ti ''In, ily of lead.—£J"t^iv.is3-^—tH-4, -w-w-^.w_iv-^rj_ta-. Ueli on'b.'iard the ste-nnbonl .!'-!i"n Linton—1 ho lives lost. The Dtitlsie wi-.s-'in^ui'.-i'^ in the Missouri flmi IJ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

{ 11?v NB THOUSANP luuslH'ls'grcui.d ^ Al'iim. Hal. ' M \¦ Snd'UTsacV'|ilwri.o<a SHlt.-AsYiton -itcb ft^^.^^^^^eABB,. -|l ffW-rielMir-f, «*rj.t: *<V, **»% ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

rtifoBAELS NiWt!fil,ail $} W&»™aU i2l-f <lo. just received nnd tor salif AsXlbove,. " . ... OWES? MsCABB. : «lirr!«i»uM;r6tirt8l,48»lt '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

, SOF^SHBHiIi AI*0IONI)b, nibertsfors^iy CHAS> BAllN,TZ ¦-M»f**i -r i-" "" "¦¦¦• ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

i FINE FUR'CAPS>^ r>nas<Miskji j Cbllm-s, bii« anil KiMsiah; Vui^Tippets(ror tarlies] for sale very low at ' ABNOU* &f CO's. I" B«p«._18|,- ' ' ¦ - . ¦. ;, •'.. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

gw—»——MaawWMMIg——JmMu«U''.' .'>.'"T |C7*Af the request of a number of our ^subscribers," We" this Week publish'the new constitution, which was adopted by the citizens of this state at the late election. It is a "bitter pur for some of our-loco focp friends" to swallow now, though they were great sticklers for its "adoption before the -election; r : y— —- '.Amos'Pa,stt.isE.7— We yeslci-dny received thro' rtlie Post Office tlie MontroscfPa. Spectator, dated ¦ ¦vf/iril 19,11838.' ;\Ve tnow-:'not tlie precise route the .'Spectator took in reacKiiie;".'us,Jftit j.idgitie; iron)* its •"tilttered'aiid torn • appearance,-and the length .of -time it.litis been unrHi-thc' road,:*tt'li!cl; lias.just "litTii six moiiilis^vcsliouldthihk it probable" that it came via Canadaror-Texas.' -Friend "AmiBwiU'liiive'to give luHiorse^tlie ^vliip, and not Jet tliern travel at tlint ^snail-like pace. „ \Vc gleaned ranch valuable-in'f ir-•zn-ilion from the Spectator. — . 1 * ../Tho---ADi'ic»(iiH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

JMmcrican Museum. -A-iarge^-Monthly' Magazine;; published in-Baltimore, by Jtrook, & Snodgrass, the first.number of which hasj.isireachedusr-^VVirliaVtnothad^imefoia ciireful perusal, but from a hasty sketch of some of therlcading articles, we are prepared to hail it as a valuable addition to the light literature of the monu mental city. - _. • , The first article is entitled American Jluthors, in which is given a brief sketch of the life and literary writings of Wasu'iSo'ton IrtviNn, ^Isq. We can heartily agree witlt the writer in his commendations Of Knickerbocker's History of New York, one of the most graphic and amusing histories ever w^rratTTlre opportunity olf perusing-.. - Ancient Monuments in North and South .America. Js4he.title-ntaii.at!ticlc-onJtlmt subject, from thcjien of C. S. RAn.VESacE, which no doubt wdulil be.highly interesting to antiquarians, and all, such asdesire to pry into the history of those who inhabited tliis continent in by gone days: - ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

¦ ¦ , Pennsylvania ISIeclion. o ' ' .. Below we give as -iull a return of-the ^ectionTgrjGpjrernor as we^have been able: to cSUect upfo this-time, and also the majorities given for and against the amendments. They"wili riot vary much from the official.----- h- 1. 1,... - .: -'._ Majorities. Ritner. Porter. 'For. Against Adams, ' 3310 1636 4120 Allegheny, -1533.1... - ' _l688 ^ATm^trongr" -r^~^~\%^\— 1648i^-— Beaver, 2467 1932 ,613 Bedford, , 2386 2478 ' 1649 Jb' erksii.v 3215 7101 1940 Bradford, 3219 245S0 39S8 '.-Bucks, ./""•'" '4147 4553 733 >. 'Butler, 1700 1653 1671 Cambria, - " 78 322 Centre, 1046 517 Chester,"-- - -4971 4527- . 1206 Columbia, 1088 2616 50 * Clearfield, 474 792"' 789 ., . Crawford, 1957. 2304 2927-Cumberland, .2316 2743 143 -. Dauphin,. 2843 1944 ¦ 2351 Delaware, . 1731 1263 160 Erie, 2713 1532 2721 Fayette, 1981 ,2782 1877 Franklin, 2560 2815 1587 ttyeene, 1027' 1768 2325 Huntingdon, ,—3687 2761- -- 748 Indiana, ; 463 ": 233 Jefferson, «24 337...

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