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JERALD AND EXPOSITOR.
Triesdaf, March 20, Leas.
• The People's CR4didotes;
' roil PRE;SIDENTI - 0
VlUlch atm ilitalllßll634lloto
ipintotratic- *lnt iilasonte
didirsie for GOirerfrior, "
'l' .71 ) 8'
• tag en • .
" The 'Voting men ofCunnberland County, filen •
. Iyto • the. re-election- ofT,TIYMI - 1 ItITNP,R as
Governor of . Psnnsyvanik, and the election of
HENRY - 1-IAHRISON to the
' next. Presiclency.'are. requalted to meetin' the.
Court.Hunse in the borough of Caslisle, on MON.'
I:)AY E yzNika Tilt NINTH OF APRIL
NEXT, at early.candle light, in - order to appoint
delegates` to-the young men's Stale, Conventions,
t6 - be. held. at • READING and PIETTSBVII.G,
ugreeably to-the recommendations of the. Demo..
tratic Antilnationic Convention. --
/"" MANY •YOUNEI.IIEIT:
TheVud i ndeci . Constitution will be foundlin our
tgeper oflllis•week, in the shape of an advertise."
ment. It will be Continued, by order,.t
Naich -13; 1f338
election,— -Our readers will have a fair. opportuni•
'ty of judging' of the Merit§ demerits of the :
- 7 4mentlmeti W—We
nur views of thesubjee!..-
' 'east 12. wes_c since Saturday bk.
n consequence of a press of Ravi - I'o3e rnefils,
several articles , intended foi this week's paper
A — dirertiienints - ottiltied
- ' - xerted our next=
• We ivisli to the bririe•ana groornAo furnished
• us with 'a handsome slice of edding' cake, all
•The happiness allotted to th edded lire. May
' they live a happy life; an. may all others tallow
' their eiample tn rem bertn'etlie' punter.
unto ' The.Volunte says that . David Drrrstrutruss
Porter, will , ery probctb/y.have 900 of a majority
• . in .this p urity over Governor_. Rimer. "Very
probsb6," friend Georgei - he will not - Supiose
h Weyer; we say, that Jospph Ritner will "Wry
.proiab/y" have 900 of a majority over Mr,.Rß
__ tenliouse Porter ; don't you ttenk, friend George,
11014.013011 . oprxerasb
On Friday last, the following gentlemen were
elected gorough officers for the ensuing year.
. Chief Burgess--Jicob Squier.
.Resistant Burgess-George Kellen ,
• . Town Couneit—Frederick Watts, Esq., Hugh
Gaullegher. -Esq.,_Dr. Theodore Myers, Jacob
Fetter, William M. Porter. Dr. Gee. D. Foulke,
George Itheem, Michael Mathews, Simon
.Wunderlictr:- • ----
° SchoqlDirectors—Andre* Blair ) Lewis ar an
- Town Ckik—Thomas Trimble. . "
Consiables:—lsaac Angney. Henry ,Gould, Thos
8. - ,,Thompson, Jacob Seig - .. • - -
We will be under considerable obligation to
those persons who have - borrowed periodicals
from us to return them as soon as possible. We
would also request those who have been so kind
as to , take 'from our room any,papers or books;
without leave, to return themes soon- as it will
suit their convenience; or,' if they will let us
know wherethey may be found, we, with plea.
sure, Will send . for them., - •
The preeent.vOlumA,of the New York Sprit
pf the Times (which: by the by has just Com
- ;thented) promises to be one of surpassing inter=
• eat; the edit acting Cid the "go Amid.' principle.
has been makin a tour through the South and
Weal - ,'for the purpo or Wending hie correspon
dence and increasing s facilities for the prose
. Cu don of Illrienterprize.
- The Times-istrulye sporting_paper, 'medallion
ia_tharaning.cn~and r. ...of_rtiontAg ;
hones, editor's correspondence. &c. &c.. it
-.•• 'abounds with race-y srtkelfilf - rom the best - Engliih -
Jounials. We should
.be-glad-to send oe-sOnte
namekasoubscribers. The dish of e Saimagundi•
served up weekly by the editor', Is alone worth'
the price of subscription.
The Zan* •
Mif Teso!llc. opponents appear lobe deterttlined
L (bat issue between masonry and mitt•masort 7
. • ikshallbe kept up. They have therefore agaln
lanother h t
put n nomination 1) trict Repu pGrand
Master. - Governor Wolf.—who -held _the very
Masonic office; afterwmnitig ihe•etate !bat
• .; 4211,00 . 0410,0 of dollars tit.deht t was finally refuted,
' • by the pitople'siiiinworthi. - otiurther confidence
This has not eatlefied the masonic party.4nother
. • man of like character. prof/38610% and leachlente,
bolding the very• same relation id Masonry that
Wolf held, is again put up against our Far
. mer Governor;:mid the unsophisticated Republl.
cur oi'Vounsyl Van% are required to choose be*
twee!) the' twtiit' fifth rate Masonic.: Lawyer
against a seli;tatight,lntelligent RepUblican }km.
wlin has, dime more in,three'years to redeem
ihe.i . ttaie &in the'grasp'pf the blood suckers who
• ' . .vnie; eating ontitS substance, than all the Gov
. - eiwors the
. stMe has had 'since Suitort anthem:
cloubt the issue. •
We learn from the New York Zvening Star,
that' the. Supr i ,cne CottrfOr the United. - States
,tawdecided againstArntis keridallin the Nam's'
inns case, and he is ordered nob: , tlo vitrat he
;new %vs : 3'llls duty to, have dune nutlet the.ortle'rs
&Congress.. • • . •
•••;-•_ The- - folh4Witig.is - ;ltiedmp -- otbmgeneral
hsidAown by:The Courttato Executive inter-.
Terence: it is the opinion of Mr. Taney, acting
Chief Justice, an !.beyond the reach of Elem,
live control, Overruling the opinion of Me. Secre
tary,Taney,___holdioghia:_phici attire ;Will of the
President, The °piano was_gehfertirbyivage -
Thotoison % but-,a 1 fart!, the subjoincd.principles
vpiy was ecincUrrcti in • by--t ChiefJusticei—
. dbietrad ,of ihi Opinion .of Vie • Vtiar?. 4 -The
Iltiesfions are first, Does the record preselit a pro.
per casefor. a Mandamus? 2d. Does the Circut
court of this ; District' possess jurisdiction in the
Casa • •• • , •
"The 'Court thitutithat the act required to be
• perficrineirby'llic.Post Master Geueral is a there .
• ministerini act, in,whiCh the President has no au
thority to interfere. It :would benn alartning
doctrine 'toe maintain that •in 'the : performance of
such duties as are 'enjoined by Law ur:on any
public officers•the President has any right .to in
,terrerel-- • . . • -
_ Tt will be observed that :p majority•uf the Judges
have been - *Pointed to olbte since the ileetiOn
of Gen.•JaCkson. The very trien Who so resolute
ly sustaited him in removing Mr. 1./ukics, fie Sec
relary-of the Treasury; for maintaining - these
doctrines, now when plated beyond the rea,cl6of
the President, support the manic. principles
that Mr. Muria avowed. It is a great triumph
in favor of the:Supremacy of the Lay.l.
Aato 'kendall. he *not alone to blame in the
matter, forida"conttmpt.of the act of Congress
and the obi' * lewas Unstained by
the Presiideni .y 'General.
Vre — featra
cer that the
in good repair. The water will be let iti; in the
course of a few days, whet we havefinp pros/
peels of a.heavy spring business. . TldsstaiVof
our internal imriroverneanta •
„ reflects credit tin
those who have these works ineharge / , •
'The 'editor of the New4ersey qq.ettelhas
eeti - enabled by a late r•(ort of the Secretary of
the TiettsuryitifOrriionie istimite"fiffigtirei; of ,
the plain, itnufedle, direct injury,•whieh will
bill. • _.—
The - atrauwt et money'always trithetreatur
has b . eeyror the . last. ien ,years ,:sls;i6f;f66i
• tesftleis this, tluMe are always about $6,000,000
i (he 'hands of collecting and disbursing officers. ,
This'. makes the amount of Money always lying
_hi Government haeds,_ $21,000,000. This`lifere'
fore,' in the firet • pled,, li the amount Of epecie )
which will he withdrawn from the community,
tthi at trait vim fourth • ot - thiiiiiiik`limount in
the country. - .But trade is of cowrie regulated
by-the money-devoted to it. Set down .then 4
reduction of the trade'of the community, owe
fourth, or that each man may appreciate it 'the
better, let him set down the reduction of his otvii
business otte fourths as the plain direct, imme
diate, undeniable effect of the Sub-Treasttiy
Scheme. _ / •
R'e will net make a leng articlry thouglia 'holt
onernnet even advert to half the ratichief this
scheme will produce. The amoonlin the Treas
ury, however, is but about half the amount vvhiCh
- will palpably and certainlYibe withdrawn 11. om
the brokers for the ituPplye the- debtois, must
keep' on their handia large sum provided for the
payment of theft. ti . bts. They must lay it' um
as individrlinow lay up small. sums of specie to
pay theiripostages.. Here then is perhaps 82!,-
000,000 more. The aggregate is $2,000,000;
d more than half the specie in the country; the
withdrawal of which from circulation will cut
down each man's business one half. Let
each antl.all," lay that fact to heart. Are we
read to feel it? ' •\ -
any mini can perceive, and We are done._ :IV
produed the gre - ai trouble. disorder and distress
ollast spring? What produced the suspension of
specie payments ? • A demand for specie to send
to England; a demand, for a much smaller a
• mount than that which thiSub-Treaeuiy. scheme
will requite. Thus then - we have - from our own
experience, within one short year; and from the
plainest, :simplest facto, a cleat; idea of a part of
(not including by any means the remote) - evils
which this Scheme will PrOcrtice
,upou the busi
neu and the interests °leach of us. •
ttildb - iirtFAULTEns-.--- ;
- The following questions were• lately propoun:
did by Congress to the Secretary 6fthe Treasu
- Ist. "Thp Amount of balances against all•banks
which have been used as public depositories that
is not secured or will probably be losti - adding
thereto the estimated loss that - htur - aterued -, by
taking - 1)n
• `public account depreciated bank
\ 2(l. uThe'amMint of bsdandes agalrist all kinds
Citiollectiiii - officerr - uhich has-not-been secured:
and will-probably-he IMO'
30. B, Ttre amount o f losses whidh has accrued
through failures in payment oldutytbondso. - -
Mr Woodbury. states In his report, that the
amount of usriccoasn' balances probably lost,
against banks used as puClic depositories r is $l,-
000,000.... and the loss by -taking depreciated .
notes is 14500,000. Theibove stuns, includinl
interest, are Mita, ttr`exceed : 0,000;000,11P,
tiof*A.lo.• fij.7kilide of
Collectingnfficerelp:ititire : than ikir, 140 ai ON
OF DOLLARS, and the Rum kid in non-payinent'
of duty bonds, ranges`lietween,SlX and - SEVEN
MILLION DOLLARS. _ I .
What a practical coMment—temarks they*.
tntelligenccrron the , glories' of thO last and prey y,
eat national administration? If the enormous sum
OfTWENTY•ONE MILLIOS OF• DOLLARS ,
were collected by direct, taxation of the peoplei
and then lost by public plunders the hue and cry
would be wrung,upplithem througlitint th:hind4
It is a fact'which will be recorded on ihe pager
Alf our history to the shame of 'the liepnblic, that
'servile, unworthy atSrvantS have,fed - and oit
terted !will impunity on the sofferiof our-Nation 7
al Tresistity.—ln earlier times; In_the daysiof
son anCJefT9roon We. bad no tegulq etrblblkibed•
systenofpubliC.clefaultery. 'Then, a few thous
ands lost, were magnified into immese sums and
universal disapprobation expressed,
lii i iih e cli t waeter of bur country' show's a vast
change •witliin the few. paSt years; the eagle eye
of vigilance is closed and the people are' sinking
The Pettanks and•the.losses occasioned by
gow l v4itlryperffi4iirryt • „.
payment of duty•bunds are tbe only laurels won
by the erns:Were against the United States Banlt
and the corre . ncy—Totlieie. men is'ick•be
• Wed 'that 'ruin Iltla desolatio, whiai, after. eat
ishing '..jsnow cornPkting- the bankruptcy'
of the nation.
-Wit this is not the last-scene in the .political tra
gedy throtigh Which tv'e are now passing. The, , ,
Sub;Treasury Bill,' it,' is anticipated, will, pass
Congress'ind become a laiin 'defiance. of the
of the people:-,With lmhat grace. is this bill.snp
pcirted by the self-stiled 'Oemociacy .L We, are
rederaiistr, and' yet pur oPfinnente are
laboring with kilftlyeit force. toincrdase the feder
al power, by uniting in the -lianas of tire president
-the-P-nrse and Sw 4 ard.._ We :.are opposed to
consolidatAiroveintrent and •therefore
sonnd the alarm, calling upon in the strut friends ,
of our freejnitittitions, to stand out in defeneeyf
their liberties—aid us in elevatint to the P - re On..,
lay a Man 's hoac whole life has been ept;rd'in ad.
vancing_theist is d=that man is4en. Win
Henry Harrison, '
Death of ludglyiltingoo.,
We 'learn from th .Poftsmouth journal,
that- Pitir. -- WIN ATE - died- at . . S tratharn l ,--
N. H.,- on We' nesday last, aged -XCIX.
TWOobr'n . ,l 7 says,--"He was alienator in
the firstyAngress, and was probably the last
surviyer of that hedy. Ile was a graduate'
of;Harvard College, and when he graduated
i‘ks the yoUngest of his dais. lie has ; been
for- several years (since the death of Dr. .
HOlyike), the. oldest graduate of that.
tution;• He was .appointed' Judge. of 'the
Supreme. Court in New Haiupshire in 1798,-
and held the office- till 1809, being then_7o
Years •of egti. Mr, Wingate was originally .
a Congregational Clergyman, havingpreadh - -
'ed - for:sistne T tiniejar - th - e - -14 oillt=reht rcIFAn
Portsmouth,' and,was, we learn,' settle at
North _ Hampton. He was a.,bighly esteem--
,ed man by his own generation,-as 7 has -been
venerate'd brthe_new race-vvhickhas_grown
up around him.- His wife, a sister of the- . i
Hon.. Timothy Pickering; survives Mtn, at
the advanced age of - •
nnsylvania canal is
liGrainmarians," says the Peru, Indiana,
For*er,'"intorm tis that adjectives adniit
"of three clegrees , of coinparison; to wit: the
positive, -co mparative, and-iziperiative, and
notwithstanding we had, once, a thorough
knowledge bf--our language, and could rat
tle oft Murray from one end to the other—
could decline a noun, tonjugate a verb,, or
define 'fitly part of speech whatever—we
now find that in order to retain such knowl
edge, it is indispensably necessary to
—v to — ?keep
in practici," and hc . nce-the ---- oncr - iving k.
'At IterABLE—A printing office Oled with
mein afi3 - fioys~ta3lcing~lie compos~tor~. -
Mona AGREEADLE—genrchiogoVer hun
dreds of exchange papers, at the especial
request of an un-obtrusive friend, to find an
advertisement or a fisprinktel of'rws - front
MOST AGREEABLE --An• acquaintance
knocking a form into pi, through careless-
BRAVE-A fellow' at your elbow - asking
questions about things whichdo not concerli
Moak Baavz—To look over the tonthosl=
tor's shoulder and read' the manuscript.
- MOST IlitAvc—To insist upon knowing
the author_of_every .tommunication which
may appear in a public Newspaper.
Cases ) after being told that they are easily
Molts. CAttEirtiv , --14eglecting to advertise
and to Subscribe for the paper.' -
MOST CAREFUL-6 , Bub'Scribing for a paper
and then forgetting to pay for it."
Correspondence of the Herold& Expositor.
PATRACT OF A I tICTTtg,VATED
Ilaytiaburg, March 12, 1838.,
Senates to-day, Mt James', bi llto..ex
tend the,right of trial by jury - in . fugitive
slaves, was up in cOmmittee and gave rise
to a running . riiseuasion. • 13r. Burden, of
.course, opposed Doctor ap.l
peales - to haye a holy -horror Oreiierniiii=
position that savors of favoritism I'S the
darkiia. Mr James with his usual great
ability, supported thi bill; after which the
,coMmitt§e rose, having leave to, sit again.
It:is my opinion that this bill cannot pasi
the Senate. ,
entitled atract.yelathe-io the real
estate John Vaughan deceased,_ passed
on second reading. s is a real omni-
bus billi.whlQtaffie 40 - o 50 passengers;'
or, in - other' and`pe _ rhaaps ' i rorEit►telligible;
Words, abottt that ptimtiti; of
distinct subjects.: This omnibus moae of
legislation 'is the
. anly means cetetting
thpgreet fiumber'of priyate bills that are
croWded utron both branches of ,the iegis
latutei through-6-and hoover obnoxious
this 4 %g-rolling" syitem may be to'some,
certain It is that any othai - lii - Ood
much 'skiable business would have to be'
gigiectekand passed'ovei.. • 4 .
the kl'iis44' they .reconsitleted'ihr
voteon th, bilfivhich paaaeri on Suruiday
.4:Z(. : .4.titp . ..l.2Vvililittpr+
CAREirtn.-6A man leaning Rgainst year
list establishing a School of Arts. The
,motion to reconsider having preVailed; the
whole of the day was , spent in•diseussing.
the bill., *hen the ques'ion being taken at
a late liour,it was negatived, theyeas' lie
mg but 40; nays' 4G.
Tuesday 1.1.1_4 resolution was this
adopted, to meet one half hour earlier
each morning, and to meet on the after-
noon of each day.' These_ time saving re
solutiena, got up by .dull_fello_sis '
theitdonstituents it home, are really ihr
Must . wretched niethocis..!'or;isexpeditink
business that could he clemed by the most
ultra penny-saving ecepomiit—they Inva•
riably lead ;to .ciirelesaness; to hasty and•
inaccurate legislation--and all experience
pro,yes that "they are prciductive of any
thing but the. end theritre designed to' at
lain: A :Tort' was, received from the
Auditor Gencril coMmtinicating a statel
.ment/of the of notes , underthe
de orniriatiort 'of five t3llar4, 6.4 ihOPISS•
era" issued by corporations or individ
uals. •A'desultimy debate. was raiged_uPori
the manner in which this document sho - uld
be dfsproseil of-whether it should be read
printed, or referred
_:: Finally, 1.500 co
pies in English and 500 in German were
-ordered to be. Fromjhis report it ,
wotibl ar that the.aggretite of , issues
of this kind throughout the state-is $l,-
254,000 7 —muc
believed to be:
I3y the. great pressure oT Imsiriest, fol.
some time.iiast, - petitions had been-poet
poncd utit.l t .s morling s .." when they
were presented. in great numbers, occu
. „ . . •
pying the greater 'part ofthe ktay.in their
prese . ntatipr--Mr,,Farrely presented a pe'•
tition from -the-North-Western--counties
praying ihat the Eiie ISranch Of the C:
States Bank might be authorized to issue
nt,e s AILAIre
forallmited rnovcdthat the,
petition be referred to'the cominittee on
-agreeably_ to__the_prayer_ of the petitioners_
Such, a mon,armuYpfoOositialt 'amid not
Fora nroment-ber: entertainecl•tby-so-itin•
maculate a'-body-LAs the HouAC.cirKep
reitntatives_happefia to be-and the:
sol'ution-* at Once-reject ed-by-a-large
If the thick..stalts of party could for t
Mice be torn from theiiey — ii;they . Must
k see that a provision of this kind might as
well be ekteinied to-this finnic'- - - 1 13y which
means the notes of the OltiO, and New
-York Banks, that now inundatethat sec
tion of country, might be forced out. of
• in the afternoon the Improvement i3ill
was taken' up on second reading. An
appropriating 540,000 : to, the French
Creek feeder. This Was not agreed to..
After which the first section passed as it
carne from the cbmmittte of the whole.
In the Senate, Mr Harper called up his
resolution, recommending Harriiburg as
a suitaai location For . a
dry% 'Mr llairagh proposed to amend by
inserting , Pittsburgh,' in lieu of-Harris
jittrg. Mr Pearson proposed—to-insert
1 - 4 --T-ht-Falls—of-ilear-Pentoserin
-glowing-ierma, pourtrayed-the_grest ad.
vantages-offered by Harrisburg for such
an establishment, but before it - Was - finally
disposed of; the - committee rose.
Wednesday 14th.. This morning, Mr.
Reddig offered a resolialing upon
the And:tor General to furnish the House
with' a statement of the ,Voreign Agents,
ankof the Banks, arpOrations.andindi
vidnali,in this state holders Or state. ;lock
in Rail Roads and Canals. ' 1 , .' '
•----The- - gmrct-verneytt.lllll-Ataa_tri_takett
up, when, the question occurring upon .
the second section, Mr Felt moved to
strike lAA that clause authorizing the.
Cinal Commissionets tp ,, _ctittstrUct an
out-let lock at Black's - Eddy on the Dela
ware. Mr Ctabb ably ppposed . this pro- 1
ject of enriching the speculators of New
York at . a stlelifice of the interest of
ladelpbia. Thu rootiorito strike out, the,
then-made — by — Mr ;Nilson-to.: strike—out
the appropriation . to the gettysburg toad,
but before any action was had upon it, - it
being now .late, the House adjeurned..
in the Senate,the-bilt. to suppress se
cret societies, bounti%together by . .secret
'and Milaw ful Paths, was 'taken up in t, om.
mittee, where, after.being ably supported
by Mestirs. — Fassitt,, Darragh :and „limes,
it was - assed and taken up on Aecond
fo - r the
iiifSent, in coasequif theabsenee'of
The resolution recOmmendingHarris4
,burg as a tit location for a National FO - un;
dry passed in committee and ocoecond
reading. , - -
'Phtirscray. 151 h. _ln _the House; this
morning, after.s6me unimportant PITH=
minary bus'iness had been gone through,
the Improvement ßill , was n tin = taker
11p,,.:witien . the question oeettireci:upon
Mr Wiltion'* motion to stritst
an it was gcnera
this motion the discussion was Continued
throughout the.day—several amendtnenis
were offered to the. poplin amendment,
but they were voted down, and before the
'question, was taken upon the main'propo
sition, the House adjourned,
The-Senate passed thtough committee
~~ ~ ~~ ;
Fridiry .1 aft. In the §enatetaday, the
bill to encourage theculttire of, silk was
under ionsid.eration onsecOna. reading,
atichliscussedhy. Messrs Pearson,Strohm,
aley and cit z heri for some time, and
finally ^postponedtill 'Monday next.
Mr Darragh , reported' granting
7- 1 - n:the -- ,-House .the Improvement - .13t11 -
wai up, when alley much discUssion,
question . -Was taken iipo — rithe - motion to
strikeout the' aiVOpriatiOn.of 2.2e:tp3 ; 9 (
lathe Gettysburg Rail Road, and iyttas;
negall . ved i leas 3T; 'nays 54.
Saturday ritth. The Senate , passedthe
bill from House erecting'.it Cburt Of
• 'The - House, had' . utfiieV t
the impiv'vement / R/11.- -, Mr Watts offir
ft.d several"' , i 4 p - t;edtlm,enti f for appt - oprial.
tions• to th / e
• 'Pennsylvania and Ohio - Ca
bal,,hut_ z tlie.y . were sall,:ttegatived.:2_._,,
, - ThC - PhiladelPhia Younsg - ifitn
We invite -attention -to.:t4e -following
resolutions, wirith were - unanimously
dopted . at..a...Reeting or the tie . rint•atctin
niittee of the . Deinocra tie. Whig, Young
Men of the City and County. of Philadel
- .on T.uesday-evening,-, March.
•. • .
"Whereas.,.Tlie Aniiniasonic Cornell
tinn,. which assembled at 16'1.66.61.g on
insiant, ; norpleated his Excellen-
cy% JOSEPIIRITNER b Governor of:this
State, as tifeir candidate foe re-election
the ensuing . plection =• - rt nd • .
we; tlie - gentral conriTnittee - of;
the. DemoCratit Whig Yilung Men of the .
City. and county of Phiredelphia,ihaying
-t-riotisinunsAverving : intekrity, sound'-a-.
bilifies, '.utlyieliling devotion of P).
SEMI llve.tiueliiterests of
Pennsylvania, antl.heiieving thatithiielec
tion Will i c onduce. in-iitLeniitien.t_tregree
-to Me-eventual- triumph of----Whig - piinct:_
- tire '
Resolved, That we recommend
-the- Democratic - Whiiyou ng-men-of--the
'City and County of Philadelphia; as. their.
candidate fur the office of Governor at the
election to be held 'on' the second TuesL
ilav of October next,
Resolved; That we deprecate the fill
for the regulation of the.Gurrency,•(cotn
manly known by the name of Alte.Sub-
Treasuryßi'l,) now before, the. Senate of
the United States, tts a, measure fraught
with consequences more injurious to the
mum e trial,_manufacturing,
ical interest of [he Union; than anj which
has ever preceded it in our country ,,- -as
placing the Finances of the Nation under
the irresponsible control of the President
of the United States,—of creating a host
of greedy dependants upon •Executive fa
'vor,—ol overturning the proper equipoise ,
which should'exist between the executive
and legishitive Ilepa(tments of the" Gov
ernment, and of centering all power , in
'he hands of the Executive. ".
2,d ) That it be_recommended to
ttie - Darrnycritkic - W - h - ig - younr me ti-of-the-
City_and County of Philadelphia, tolhold
a Town Meeting,Jor the purpose of refit
lying the nomination of, JOSEPH RIT
tion of the proposed Sub-Treasury scheme.
Resolved, 'Fhat a Committee of milk
be appointed to make the necessaiflT- -
arrangements for the proposed meeting.
Resolved, Thal these' proceedings,
signed by the proper officers, be publish
ia all the Whig papers of the City and
John C. Gill;
. • tProm the Madiionian.] -
THE TOT AGAINST THE-CRED
IT SYSTEM. •
The' advocates Of the Sub-treasury
scheme may hope to deceive the, people
with' their , repeated declarations, that
they are.not opposed to the-banks and to
)§ an insult tit
common Sense, and it is. sporting with
credulityt - e - m - pt, by such - shallow ar=-
tifice to conceal the truth and palm a pal-,
gable fraud upon the counW - Opposi=
Lion to the credit , system is stamped.ur
on the face dell their measures!, and it
is. the,berthen of their daily song. =lt is
not only opposition that they puss, but
their latent obkct is a total overthrow of
.the credit system, ' • •
This scheme originated with that odious
faction of private locofocos and the disci
ples-of-Fanny Yright,± > and-has-griduaily
worked its way .through the intrigues-of
jpaitilanilend.the ambition of.pq~i 'tic%ans,
until iit - d rStito lc a broatrindW7thg
sanction- of higher - Mithoftity . „: and - ,now
claims to tip the legitinuate typei:of democ-
racy, and true policy sif the countre'
?Mitt that recoliects the firsOissaY "Of
ilittSaction,and the universito-NRS4uO, 1
tionit 7 with which jells brandet/E ban
„uptpits.supporter,s,ut . day without.
feelkngslif anryntsPent? our estitna•-
iipn, Whilfost4'oile of t its enor,inity,_bY
the character of its , recryitsotnil , the in
incalts that have been" practised' to
- • '
giv6.itcurretcy — anit . success. We view
it as the .most-dangerous.heresy that was,
ever propagated, alike destructive of. the
Morals-of society; the stability of.olir
stittitinns, and - the prosperity of ev6iy. In. •
terest calcUlatekfto render our country
great and glorious.. . •
The measures that have•beetf resorted
- - iese,4l. an...the
country; have occasioned a more .wide , :
spread ruin than . :all. the calamities that.
:havi ever befallen us.. • They -have pros
tratel.l a nation .froth the iery summit• of
prosperity and happiness, •to
of` tiiifferino• and actual'OespairTJTrii
haVe.palsied•:every arm:that was empi
ed in -industry; . deatl . ,eded every. incentive
to.enterpris - eotagt6tcd the ocean ofsmi
country; a nirpiiT;o - Yed_Orefyinu . o n-fro
which our'benefits add'
. "W,il,l(theae. things before us in all their
sa)/feality,;ive shall continue to resist,
d is ortalkand wicked slime, and iE the
Uf not - 01'610y' deCeiyn
us; it ,tles . tined, at no• distant,.(l4, to, a
people in all . ..directions, iircov). , nitig .
eyes to - their actual ,condition
terests; and - the voices' we. tie . oin to
heir, are.but.the prelutle's..of•tha„t awl - I de
nionStration ()T . the `sovereign will,
.like, the _band • writing upon the - wall,
make:thost who like. Beishazzer.and hiS .
lords, ''praised ;their gods. of gold, and
...silver:" tremble toy their fate s but unlike
that handwriting;-will need no Daniel =
On - Ttiesday last, by the: Rev._ Henry Aurand,
11Ir. -William It lain, t a_Miss Eliza June -Lighlner,
both or Perry county., . •
• On 'Phorsdav last, by the same, 'Mr. Jacob
IVagg,Oner, \ lol . North Middleton townshin;lo Miss .
Mary Stro/frn, of Friink ford township.'
- Ott the saine• day; by the same, Mr.. George ,,
Heiltes, to Miss Volharinei daughter of, William
Garothers, Esq',all of Westnennsborough town
... .. ~.... •
• On the 15th inst by the Rev. N. J. Stroh, Mr..
44.0 Ilarnsara, to Miss - Caroline Bridal, both of
On the I.sth inst. by the Rev. John Ulrich, Mr..
Peter Diller, to M:ss Calh Davis, all-of South Mid
dleton township, _ . - • : -
In Washington Pa. on Sunday morning; the
'lth du' March,:lB3B, nt' half past-3 o'clock',
1y2.1 4 .-vA3I-*. ; 'td!GoitimAl.,-Chair . .mak:eri-;101g: of
0'11'1)1a - co b 'age - el:7'23 'y ea eii - and six - months:. =The
. I)a4 - left• a one 'child, together .
mirtiermii 'circle of fi:iends and .aCclaajri; :
tant•es.to Before his cteath
he.beeame. resigned,. - and gave every evidence of
a peaceful_ and an. eternal , acceptance. thrciugtl
: . . .
, •LOST!!!. , .
A pair ef Spectacles,.witb_Gre'eti Glas
Wee. The fincler ,will be liberally • reWarded by.
Niarah 19, 18311.-4tf , • ..
Abe navigation to run Ilia
LINE` OF BOATS,
Between P_ltilatlilphii and Ilarrisborw-,proiltice
for the city .market, received at the,Ware.house
of Henry Rhoads, Main street, Carlisle, or at any
other Ware-house on the 'Cumberland' Val',el Bail
goad; to be forwarded to George . W. Ldyig, who
wilt forward it immediately. to the" persons con
signed to in Philadelphia. Also, in rettio, bring
altkinds of Merchandise at the customary rates.
March 19, 1838.-3 m. • 16 •
SIX. CENTS REWARD.
R"A,WAY froin the 'subscriber," on !rues-
day the 14th just, AMOS IiARNS,- an in
• • '., • . dented.: ap rcntice to the farpting bu ,
36 • 7 ..... siness. .I'l e above reward will be paid..
7 ,••:'• to any per on returning said boy, - but
"'N... no expenses paid.. All persons ,are
forbid harboring him, or ifrusting.him'
• on my account, as 1 will pay no debts
contracted by hint... ' ..
=' ...:,.. - ...—'—LAAMES WILSON.: s .'
March 19, 1838 ..---'3W". 16
_ ....—__ . .
- 11 - thasquents - Look - Out
ALL -persons indebted to the tare firm of Hit
nerandßiddle .firmer pro'prietors of the Carlisle .
Herald, for st:bscription, Jblt Work, or Adverti
sing, are hereby notified that their accounts have
been placed In My 14ndi 'fur collection. : They
are reqUested to make,payment without delay and
• THOMAS TRIMBLE.
March 19, 1838. • . Justice of Ilia Peace,
' .. For Ren t. ' 4 ,
T'.l4T large and. commodious Stable, situ:
,ate near the:corner-of North-Hanover
street,' formerly occupied as a LIVERY'
STABLE; together with an excellenitCAtt
atikaE Boum Possession cati;be had from
the Ist of April next.
* CHRISTIAN HUIVIRICH. .
- Carlisle, .March 12, 1838. ' ' • •• - '
,• ' ' '
JFov Spate ,
b .. r • - , 11 BroadlNlVhcel
• --,--,--- i
-174)T, ~- _ - , e77:_. • ed Wagoli4 ..-
AiNc'klit . .
vvl . on ':;1.--H 5ee . on
(1 -":_ji e d a l ) ' . N lo a t r: i o a lv e
, 111: 10 h w e . if ,
- - r onable t credit Viill bq given. Etnri. ire at ,
fl is office. 1. - -•--- -
lattitr 12, "1838-40 - TM. :.- .'
- . ofTgait - iiiiiit"Cita r • •
.Is still continued ottlieeol6lEß HOUSE, oppci;
site to the Mansion House • Hotel. 'The Fare 'tit• .
this tine. has. teen reduced.
. . .
- • Letters' Of Administra tion - ; on.. the estate of
JACOB Clt CirElt o 'late of lire • borough of par. •
liele,' deceased, "lu,tting , issued to the atibicriber
residing in Carlisle, ull persolia indebted to the .
estate are reque.ted to ilisaharge their respective..
;lei:faunas:owl all those ItaSoMg claims will4re.
seta them properly authenticated for 'settlement.
s .. 111 ICII A EL - HOLCOMB.
,34arelr 20, 1838. Stiminiitrafar,-
• • • - ••
NOTICE.. . ' •
if s hereby. given that -Fetters pf`adm;nistration
'.l[: on:the estate OfJaeob Neittig; lai . e of Neidigi:
lo.wlyf tast'l'6ottsborctglit townittip, c.ttinberlantl, - 1.•.
oninv,, ileCealbai hat ekecti issued by the' Regis- . .
ter in :mid for the said *conoty, f rtO the sttbscribsi '
--trlio - resides near - Sbirentape . iosyn, in ihJlownsittp,
and c,itinty aforesaid . Ail persons haring claims •• - •
.or dernAida against" said tit ceased; are re(l.llCatC4 ' fr,
to niaVeltnown the - sante to . ltim without Adak= -
and those indebted to said estate to inake.pay.. ‘i.
•inent of their said ilebtm, to
THE OFFICE OF THE
AM '4 , I.T.EN, Agent.
Carli4le,, lilargfr 20, 1818.—tr.-16.,
Ni.irch" 19, or. l6
sToP_ Tett -
AS stofen. from-the-stah,e — of the subscr•
' . : b ee, - residing. Fisher Creek Valley,
Fairview - twos:hip, York county; oh Wednesday
'A GietV.lllAltE ,
.; the right eye; ant eonsidel
raidy lisarkeil 'on the neek froni the Ppllevil,
which ra hot yet covered
Ward wild be paid for the detection Of .the Ude%
or on-the delivery of the mare.. , -
. ' • .I)ANIEL HOOPES.
March 19, 18.18.=-3w• -18
JUST received Men's and Women's (3tim, Vag?
tic Over _ Shoes.and:for sale by
.. - IIIA1`8! H ikTS!!' •
, LV-I , 4l—frcint:Philaciripl*l 7 -1--Vase-Dr i B iF
- .pee'Silk-1.16yg atVrfor stlteliv -
--1 1 17e-havez,applied to the-COttrt or - Comma' .
Pleas of Cuntherlandcinhity,'lor .. _the. hen
the .InstAvent _
aivs and • the - Conft
has.nppoinicd , the
. second- Monday or it Phil
..(ht'ing - ," the p,4) next, for the ; . heating of us
. and .ourci:etlitors,-, -
. . .BAIIN A hAg - •".
• , JOSEPH...LONG. • ;
• ' HENRY MYERS: -
Catlisle, Match 12, 1838. _
WE have applied to-the Court of COrnmntr
Pleas of Conshe'rland7 bounty for„the
benefit of .the Insolvent Laws, and the Court
has appointed the setond Monday of ALP it
(beitig the Ot.h) next fur the Itearitis of us,and
•MICHAEL. P. EGE: '
''' . "JOSEPH A. EGE - . T• - 1 -
. Carlisle, March 12, 18,38.
Thel3Tiltimore - Patiiot will insert the c above •
once a week fOr three successive weeks, for 4
ward papers, and charge this'office,..... . . •
IVMEETIIsid of the company
will lie t held at blacfarlaltee
tit •7 o'clock, on FRlll.Ayevenitz
9ext, on buginesi of importinne
A general :ittendance of the the tit•
bets is requested.
R. A. NOBLE;
. : • 0. S.
M,irch 19, 1838 —l% , —l6
OF THE, CONNIONWEALTH OF:
As Amssimi lIT CONVENTION- OP mit tisotpi
EIGHT utizquitEn-Joiri TutnTr-iEvEN—.
- TIIIIITY-lIIGIIT. _
WE, The l'eoon - of the Commonwealth
of -Pennsylvania,-Ordain-and-establish .this..
Constitution for,%its Goyernment.
Seaton I: The legislative joovrer of this
Commonwealth shall be vested it, a General
Assembly, Which shall consist of a Senate •
nnd Hbuse of. Representivesi.
Sectien 11, The .representatives shall be'
choSen annually by the cititens s of the cityA
phia_aruLoLeach_counly_respecti_vt,..., ‘ ,•__
ly on the second TuesdaY of October.
Section lit No person shall be a-repre4
sentative who shall not have attained the age. '-
of twenty-one years, and have been -a chi
„zen and inhabitant of the State three years
next •preeeding his election; and the last
year thereof an inhabitant of the , district. in .
and for 'which he. shall be chosen a retare• *-
sentativ,e, unless , he shall have been absent
on the public business of the United States
or Of this State: .
seciiii i IV. - Within three years after the_ ,
first meeting of - the - General •Asseiribly; - and - , --- : - .7
within every subsequent 'term of seven •
years, afi enumeration of 'the taxable inhabi
tants-shalLbe- made in such manner as Shill
be directed by The number ofrepro-
sentatives shall at the several periods of
_enumeration, be fixed by the
Legislature. and apportioned among the city
of PhiladelPhia and. the severaL counties; --
according to the' number of taxable
sixty or greater than one ftundred. Each
county shall have at least one representative; -
but no county hereafter erected shall be en
titled to a Separate representation . until a
sufficient number of taxable inhabitants shall
be conefained within-it, to entitle them to one
represetative igreeablyto . the ratio *Web; •
shall then be established. '
Section V.• The senators shall he chosen,
for three 3,Pears by the citizens of Philadel.,,
pliia and . of the several cmintieslat the same
time, In the same mariner,' and' at the same
, places where theY 001 vote fon represenia.,
trues. • • ,
• Section VI. - the number of senatori sheik;
ai the several periods of makiit the inume.,
ration-before mentioned, he • fixed by_the
LegiSlature and apportioned milting the dis- •,.
tricts formed as hereinafter directed:accord- '
iegfoAhe'•nnniber of taxable inha bitants in
each ; and - Wall - never - be leis - -
,grciter than onOhird, of th 4 .
1 ! Amber of representatives,