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

Dyspepsi.-i and ilyiioclioisdi'i---^--¦ji^jgm;-.;¦¦ * -..:-. .--'- interesting. Cure! Mr. WiHiarri Sainton',1 Green -'street,' above Third street, Philadelphia, afflicted for several years, witli the following distressing symptoms: Sick'ness at the stomachj ,head-ache,; dizziness, palpitations of thd heart, impftircd-appctite,.soinetirries'acid'ail,<l'puti*eso?!\t ;pructations,':.eolduess. and.' *,veakness; W the ex-Iremilies, emaciation and general; debility, disturbed rest, 11sense of pressure hud 'weight 'at thb stomach alter eating, nightmare, great -mSnial despondency, seyere.flyijig-pnirisjn tlie.cheatrback,:arid sides,oosr uvenessi a-dislike for society, or conversation, involuntarysighing anilwcepirig.laiigor arid lassitude upoii the least «xercise. - . ,- •--.—."-; Mr. Salmop bad applied to the most' eminent physicians, who considered it beyond the power of medicine to restore him to health; however, as his afllic-:y^J.^-| •educedhim^o ^lr^velw^leplol•al•^e-con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

POETRY. .-, ¦ ,!_,—"Willi sweetest (lowers cnricli'd, "*"• p?^TOFroTirgaHlen5fcnU'«l-»-itlrc!ii-e. Wlven eoiti Ui ilieTEtirth; bythOmas moore: AVh 'e'n cold in'the eWh lies the friend thou hast'lov'd, ' Be liisTaultsawl hirfollies forgot by tliee then; 'Or.if from ttieirslumbcr tlie verl be remov'd. . ¦ Weep o'er them in -silence mid close it ngairf And Oh! if His pain to remember how far j _' iFrom tliffpaffiway-oflight he.wa; tempted to roam, Be it blisicto fcmemberlliat tiiou-wa.st the star Tliht arose on his darkness and guided him IioniOj From tliee and Ui^raiiWScnt beauty first came . The revealings that taught him true 16ve to" adore. To feel U.c bright pleasure, and turnl.im with shame Tr^m the-idolshe darkly liad knelt to before. O'er the waves ofa life longbcnightcd nndwilfl, _Thou,cam'st like a soft golden calm on the sea i And', ifcliaVpincsn.purely and glowingly smil'd :On his ey'nuig'horizon, the light.was li-oril thee. And tho'lometimes the shades of past foll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

SOHg. BT HON. JUchMtp'_M- WIWI, OP OEOTIOU. - Whene'er I sce-those Frailing eyes, ". AllfiU'd with hope, and joy,-and "light, Asifno.cloud could ever rise, •' . To dim a heaven so purely bright—I sigh to thiuk.how soon" that brow , ~~in ~ .gricf may Tose-its evcryrajr,-.And that light heart, so joyous now, . - " Almost forget it oncc'wns gay. -: j . 3ForTimc"winxomewithnllits_blights, , The ruiii'd hope—the rrienduiikind, And Lov«, who leaves, where'er he lights, A chill'd or turning lieart bcliind V And youth, that like prirc^nqw. appears, Rre sullied by the dark'ning rain, 7\Vhen once His touch'd by sorrow's tears, • - - Will never^hiheiso bright again. . itou rcmeinMv it—dot?t u<m; You remember the time when"I first; sougla your home, . -.''"" ' • ¦ \VTicn a smile, not a -word, was tlie summons to come? "When you called me a friend, tilHyou found with ¦ surprise iff' ?*•-»,-• That our friendship turned out to be love iniiisguisc.' You remember it-j-don't you? f. . Yo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

i The Jjeafand the Stent. JIT. J. OU8LET. . -• . A isjuld.playcd with a summer leaf, , • . * . ¦ v Grcenwis the lciff and bright s '•'•. .'".'Ne'er^Vadheiknbwn"a pang of grief,""" His merry heart thrilled'liglit. ' . -' . " ¦ - ^ , - . . ."' ¦ - ' . - . ,,.. .An. old.man gazed on awith'er'd stem,, '"', Thelearsiife'iilTiyaBgone-, ,.^ was Autumn's gliastly.diadem— ^ A'tedrdrpp'fell.thereonV ' ' . ' ¦ ISpringpassedn^'aj—the child grew Pld, . His pleasant scenes bad fled; ' . ~ " "' The Winter's breath had left him cold i ' ¦'': ' , I^ow sleeps he with;tlie dead. " The.,oid man cap no more be found, , ., AliQapofdHstisthcrej. ¦ ',"•¦ Cftncea^il. beneath a grassy mound, ' .' Wliere isi life's light—say where ? .r^h!: where art thou, my merry boy, . And thou my sombre man'?• . .,> : v_ , CluldhoVil' s shrili laugh of lb^ anim' . *'" Say, Wisdom,'if yon can, '".'• vSfisf . , ;Where.iathe'"en)crald leaf of spring? . ' . SjlirWelPd on Autumn's breast, ? ¦ ¦ ¦ 'Death's mother,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

^EL.-C'T ^ JLl^K JEANIE ROSS—A HIGHLAND StQRY. ¦¦:.;,: Though the Highlands of Scotlandjhow present a shadow of the peculiar system of society which once prevailed in them-— though there are no longer .clansmen ready to follow their chief to the field.at his slightest bidding, or intestine feuds wreaking themselves outrin bloodshed once at-least in every generation—yet" there are still many things to distinguish its people frbm all neighboring nations. The folio wing story, for instance, whiclv-is-no-more than fact,' will show in how different a way a pair of poor peasants may follow outalove attachment in the upper part of Perthshire, from any mode known, or practised in the more southerly parts of the British-isle.- . Not many, years ago, there stood a comfortable farm-house in the. .midst of the roiiiantic-wilds"of:Strath-Tummel,-noLfat from tlie bridge, well known to. travellers, that crosses .the-'stream-ffonv which the name of the Strath is derived. . Willi this farm-hou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

-The Convicted fcovcr. '. The following is a part of a. sketch contained in a little volumejentitled "The Bit o' JVritinr" and other'tales just but: ' ; The lover, a "brothof a boy,", of about 20 years, ^as convicted and sentenced.' to be executed,as one of a, party of '.'tithe arrangers,''' who had attacked a gentlemjn'siphouse for the.purposp of rifling it of afms, and'at,which',one" or more of the Police had been killed, just as he was about being wedded to his own Moyal Notwithstanding the evidence upon the' trial was most positive with regard to his having been among tlie foremost of the murderers, l\is attorney and a friendentertaincd strong faith of his innocence, andsucceeded in obtaining sucji proof of.it, as led to. strong hopes'Vf a pardon. ' To this purpose, the " attonT"ey_ lrad"gone~rtot)ubiinr"and it is on the morning of the execution that we .how introduce Jiis friend, anxiously awaiting fiis return. - .'«,..,.•. "Early on "tlie second morning I took a walk i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

"WERRY PARTICULA.R." i A somewhat noted hanker, hot a thousand miles off, during the heavy reverses'which overtook,, him, sought "consolation-in his pxayerjiopk ^ every morning. "No sooner, howover,--wr aMh^~sa"cTod-^'oluUie ^closed,, than he" would utter, in rapid' succession, the most violent and abhorrent baths, against hisilbfortune, and those whom'he "imagined to be the authors of his.reverses. '¦ ' My dear,"—sa'id his wife to hlbl ..one morning after prayers, "while he'wns| v'eiitiiig forth his indirections—" Do for mercy sake dither leave off praying or swearing, / don't care which." ¦<¦ ' ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

wii ¦..'• *b«.^®-„ ¦ „...,:_ The •' Carlisle Herald & Exfiwtor," »e-.»»». every TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at Two DoV tins, per annum, payable in advance. . " -ADVERTISjEMENTS inserted at the usual rates Letters addressed to the editor.on business, MUST BE POST PAIl), otherwise they will receive no atention. :, • " AGEMTS. v The following nanied persons have been appointed Afteiits'for tlie « Carlisle Herald & Expositor, to whom payment for subscription and advertisement can be jmade. ' ' ' ,, , r> " ' D. SHEttY,Esq;SliiremanstoW.n,Gumb.l>o. Sco*TCoYLE,Esq,Newville'. • do . P. KooNTE,Esq;Newburgh <1" < Thos. W. HiMES,.Esq. Shippcnsburg do. . J6HNWDNDr-i"-'icH.E8?- - ,do. do J.l«ATEEn,Esq.lIoguestown . do_. . R. AVilson, Esq. Mechanicsburg, ¦ do WilliamRuNSHA,"Es(FTIopewell '.do . ' ./R.STbnGEoN.Esq.Churchtown - , do ^^ '.»& AsAjV'niK'Ti0* Cumberland do ' \_ "t.iosT . Black, Esq. Biopmficld, Verrj-^ounty, .. A.BLACK,Esq..Laridisburg. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

¦ ' THE PROGRESS OF TEXAS" •The Mobile Advertiser gives,the following as an extract of a letter, dated G^vestbTrGityrSepte 'trjb^^th,-1838:- -— ¦ 'rIp Galveston Cjjjfjv'sitf inohths ago, not five buildings were to bo seen,'now nearly one hundred sire 'finished and asmany more contracted for; a large wharf is nearly" completed,, .and ,twoniore are under'contract, one for the .steamboat company. ^nw^ity-rs^CTy-hJUTdsomelyr-laid out, anil with good ariil'iouftd judgment* It is very healthy, being surrounded '.wrtn salt water, hayirlg the Gulf of Mexico on one sidb and the beautifid Bay of Galveston on the other, by which th'e inhabitants .must always have a.delightful breeze' frbm the same quarter. This now is the sickly season : I 'don't know a c;ise of sickness on • ' the Island, among, nearly 500 prop^e.— Emigrant's, by arriving'at this place, will find conveyance to almost every ,partoi' ili« country. ' This is the New York of TexiM, and is destined in a very few years tii;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

^ From the' Baltimore American. We learn from the Natchez Courier that, • the U. S. Bank has purcTiased of the Cam--—- ¦ - missioners of the State of Mississippi, the. Union Bank Bondsi-of that State to the amount of- 5,000,000 of dollars, which are - to'be paid for ill the following manner, viz: 81,000,000 in N. York or Philadelphia, in.cash down. - - '...." . $500,000, in Louisville,. 60 days after lstoof November.' . -, 8500,000 in New Orleans, same datp. S1,500,000, in' Natchez, in Mississippi currency, in December.. ''¦''.. «1,500,000 in NTToflror Philadelphia, :: - GO days"after". 1st of-January, -.---.- '-... . In reference to this.important transaction, the Courier says::— . . , , .,'",'' .."'Most sincerely do we congratulate, the .." State,:oTMississippi upon this-timely and ' advantageous negotiation. Nothing in the ' range of probability could have beeri.dQne ...;,. sosgignally beneficial "to. the citizens of our . .;, State, particularly those of the interior, as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

f^oco Focoiwitu of Foi'ssiivi: ¦'¦' ¦¦¦ IfcW'S. '• , .JVYitoever will pursue the following1 ! extract from authentic history; must believe', that Scotland, at least; has -great reason' tp. rejoice at having survived the era of Locofocism, of Liberty P61es, and tl),e tri-colored cockade:-;—' , . ' ' " At the beginning of the French Revolution, when. Dundee, Perth*,- and' other "tawTis^"laTTtcTj^e~rfTr(T"Trf~l7i!je rty ,~a1id" the doctrine of equality of property was'held out to enraged followers and.suppprters, the liite Mr Dempster; of D.unichen, observed, in the sprihg of 1791, that his1 fanngricve, or overseer, had- paid particular, attention to jPIarge fieliI~~~plough.ing and~harrowing""lT twice, and laying down a double allowance, of manure. -, He was preparing a third dressing when Mr Dempster asked him the cause-of all this care, bestowed upon one field-more than others. • After some hesitation the" man answered, that every man. hada right, to attend to his own interest....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

» Tleoughltii oin the Timt-s. The Editor-pf the Washington Examiner holds the follOwinglanguage with reference to the state of political Ethics, and the consequent practice that distinguish the present laws. There is., too much truth in -the remarks -to 'make-them-pala table———~ "Party spirit is debasing public, morals to the lowest degree. The practices which have gro.wn into vogue have nullified tlie force of virtues example,;and levelled tlie influence of all men to that vul^ar-standardi! which acknowledges ho superiority but! brute-force. Hriuapk^_ci3nsisieucy_and truth,-receive as'little respect as the braut'rH ful temples of the. east., when' they were! over run by the northern barbarians. What j \ j [ I will bethe endof.it all, heaven only .Imp ws. -Ph£jajia^iyjLthe _Freu^^^ be a type of our destiny; or tlie downfall and'destruction of Babylon, Sodom and Gomorrah could, scarce have desqrved a Worse fate. Religion and piety and patriotism" and morality, have no1 chee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

"Register's Notieex REGISTER'S OFFICII - Carlisle,' Oct. 27, A^38. S NOTICE is hereby given; to all Legatees,- Creditors,'aiid other^persons concern- ,. ed, that the follow\\\n/Accounts have been filed.in.this .oflice ^ fiSr.-exa'miiiatio.n,_by_. the_._... accountants therein named, and will lie presented to tlie/Orphans' Court °f Cumberland rotiuty, for confirmation and allowance, oX Tuesday the 27(A day of'Novemberyft.-D. 1838: S \\ The administration account of A. Smith McKinney and Robert! McKinney, Executors of Joseph McKmney.deceased. 2:. The administration account of Jolifi Rttpp, Executor of Samuel Ruby, dee'd. . ' 3:. Theacfniinistration account 8f Jacob Baker, Administrator of George Baker.-de--ce-ased^______ J^_.4^-Thejauppleme.nlin3aTrd Lftpju^dminis——! tration account of Rachel Kline, Allminis-' ¦ tratrix of George Kline, Esq. deceased. „ ".... I 5: The adirihistration account'of John Thrush, Administrator'of Isabella Clark, . _deceased. . *'-'-'- ' ¦ '. (. 6: The a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

B&c?inH'i-a«ic Aiiai-*?BrisoiBic ft«<»oi8;iI CoiDveBiJtoiB. The following resolutions were, adopted by the. Democratic. Anti-Masonic National Convention which assembled in the city of Washington on the 11th of September, 1837. -^—Resolvedr-~FI]at-th,is - Convention Jv.ilLadir journ to meet »gain on the Second Tuesday.of November, 1838, at Philadelphia, unless sooner"reassembled by the National ¦ Committee.- , . - . .- - Resolved, That it is the unaltered and unalterable" determination.of this Convention, at the. time above stated*.to m4ke.nominations for the offices of President and Vice President of the. United States; and then 'inflexibly to adhere to them: _..:_.! _ "'Res61vediT~That'.wc. will jibm'inate no candidate for either of those oulceo from anystate-not regularly represented in said Convention.".. . -..''"- — Those resolutions are. nowre-publishe'd in order that the "delegates of .this and Other States to the convention in Philadelphia,-mi Use J :SI...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

- QUALIFICATIONS FOROFFICE, The "Gettysburg Star recommends to those who wish to obtain office under Poster, to convey their projperiy to a third person; make application wr,the benefit of th'e insolvent jaws; siveay qut}\cheat their creditors, and .makq themselves rich by the, !fraud. These qualifications, the Star . ttjoks would ensure sueaees.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

Tlie .Famous FrencJa Steam Ship. ; The famous steam ship of war "Lc Velocc""'of 220 rhprse-powerrbuiltarRocliefort, captain of a frigate, has just be"en. ordered to Fjti, by the King, that he may have an opportunity to witness the manoevvres.of this superb vessel. The service rendered by this intention to the navy is immense, when one takes into consideration the promptitude which is obtained by a vessel which may be propelled by the wind and by steam, and- when: we coinpule the saving; which is'made in the expense of fuel. This vessel burns a ton of coal per hour, and in an hour, at the farthest) the machinery can be taken away, and the masts so arranged, that the vessel can be putunder-weight, like a common ship of war, What is the American Government about irij'relatioirto^thesc: navel steam projects?- Surely, in matters of this character, the United States should not. be behind either E_ngl_a_ndlpr.Fj;ance._^j _ ^ THE METHODIST CHURCH. We have already noticed the sitti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

From the JVeiv YorkEx-prc,,, » City Afniirs~JHsgracctul Riot, _ Last evening the disgraceful farce of. Fan--' x ny Wright and Co;, was again repeated at the Masonic Hall, and we venture.to say a ¦», more brutal scene never'disgraced the an^ ¦ nals of the great Commercial Emporium: ,. At the usual hour for the commencement; the Hall was filled to overflowing, and not less than-STOOOTickets probably, were de' posited .at the usual price of one shilling each. Atjhe commencement of the.Lee- —- ture, some slight interruption took place- • from the hooting and hissing of the crowd, but this was speedily put down by the in-1" terference of a large body of the Watch who* diadJ3eetuoxtlexedJh^ltejidanuceJxy-the_May--r-i = of." The Lecture proceeded and was gone 'throu'gh with, without further interruption.. [The crafty Fanny, carefully'avoiding thro'-' I out, any allusion to politics on either side [of the question. \ ' -. At thp close of the performance, nearly an hour was consumed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

OUR NAVY. -This arm of our national-defence hps of late been the theme of much discussion. To our niind, Congress, at its daily sittings, is bound to do two things, in regard to tlie Navy, i.e. to establish a permanent nursery-for-nayal-seament-^-ih-whiclr-boys-can be placed as apprentices; and to provide more efficient arrangements for Naval armaments. Compare- our Navy, in point of -equipments, ,with that of Grpat Britain. What is it? Nothing, absolutely nothing.^j, If-a."lpng, lpw, rakish," black; looking schooner""is rumo"nnl^ff~OTir^Vpcsrwhat--a."scene of confusion erisues. You must man-out some fifth-rate coasting-shallop, tp. go and-take "the pirates." You have nothing else, at least in a state of actual fitncss_of_hayaL..equipments.-.—Blaeklmiths must bp hunted up, shipwrights drummed together, and crews enlisted, before you can sendaouta naval vessel to take the "marauders upon our,Commerce." The navy is indisputably the strong, bulwark of National defence. That m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

-FRANCE'. MEXICO. AND TEXAS. .Th_e" blockade of the coast of-Mexico by France, wliich continues with unabated determination and rigor, has been the'subject of a good deal of discussion in the journals of the United.States, the conihieree of both countries being seriously vexed by it, but 'especially that of the United States.: We have contented ourselves.so far with publishing, the discussions of others, aiid have been especially careful to give whatever has been adduced by the French Government, through'its official press, in vindication of lh"e"brpeliatle:; BuTtf""we~lnrveTiot engagedin this, discussion^ it is not. that we have been inattentive eitjier to the novelty and importance -of the questions of.public law which it involve^, or. to tlie possible extent of its consequences'. '-We entertained a: confident hope morco.vefjlhat the two gov-, ernments between wliom. the disputes-exists-would havp'cbine to'some terms of accommodation. Thatliope had, however, gradually fade...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

' -- l"rv B.atc E^roan Bviirmre.; From the JVew- York Commercial Advertiser. By the arrival of the packet ship Burgundy, Captain Rockel, from Havre, we have', received our files of Paris papers to the eve- j ning of Oct. 1st, inclusive. Captain R. i ,saile(ronthe2d. ¦', ; ¦ ' i : 'These papers contain London dates of i the ovening bf'Septeinber 29.' . ¦' , I The London Herald announces that-drafts i to all' the regiments iri Jamaica and the ; Windard and Leeward -Islands, amounting ' to 50 oflicei-q 800 rank and file, have been " ordered Joniold themselves in readiness, and embark as soon.as' means "of convey-' atice/can-bc provided. .; It-.is supposed that these additions to the West India force arc prospective towards Canada. ;. ; The Isecondsv ^ in : the . Wimblcfoh duel, have been sentenced to twelve months-imprisonment—the last mont|,i in solitude. v The Weather'for the weekending Sept. 28,'!had been wet an"d gloomy for sonie miles around Loudon, but the rain not unwelc...

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