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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

Sheriffs Sales As a matter of interest to our readers we giv^e below the names of the purchasers, wilh tho prices annexed, of the properties soldby £he -flioriff of Cumberland county^'Oi$FrMay last:j i No 1. Property of Saml. Woods, jr. bou»ht by Robert Ball, for S5.950. 2. Property of Jacob Gieen, bought by, Henry Richstein, for Si 10. 3. Property of J. K^Ferree, postponed. 4. Property of William Randolph, bought by Henry^Barnitz, at 8260. 5. Property of James McMalh, by Charles Barnit^at 31080. 6. Property of John Wilkins, by Joseph Shrom, at $540. l 7. Property of Frances Smith, by Wm. H. Miller, Esq.-at 8155. " 8. Property of John C. Gilmore. by Wm. M. Beelem and L. Todd, Esqrs., at 8515 00. 9. Property of John C. Mitchell, not sold. 10. Piopeity of Richard Ruth, by John A. and William Laughlin, S240. 11. Property of-Joseph Hoover, by David Hoover, 8200. I a. Property of same, by 8. L. Sentman, 13. Property of same by game, $340. 14. Property of Edward Armor by Wm, Qui...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

6l TH« rresldei* againrt rte TeopM ^•,^^r^ipB^)pv^^>I^o^.w^ ^' p%a'te^^^__^_li^^0d^^0 ^ph^l^ip-^ ^p|>|Mt|&^^ jm __*eciii.«e'iiieaii- re,>iti|cdi:tbepeppie.J^vioi'; : j-^'t-'.ask^jiffej^>t| .xvMcli ia to '.By^KJiBfe ;3£o%g^^ side^f and bis • fc'atenet.l:,4''0^tiW^WbrS .be^kblesv af:llie ^^ members, ol CbngreW4t;q: Joad^dj with th e-rpmonstriaTde-^s>!ttieiipiepWeK ^ai^:lvlcK^.m'5;;;;;¦; S};SS?SM _ ;Iir.bis;j. peebh; 4oit:Sairir(_ay last,: Mrj^^S ^V'space'irVhls Executive"Dicialiof|||p maintained fcat no.body who gpt Bisltmng ,pn. land «r on,tbe ^j peUtiqnedjp'r.ask^d^qt; the passage of such a bi|las this^it was the woik of po!iticiaris,. for political purposes, and' that -was all..' The. great body-'of the people, instead ot asking for-the passage.of «ich a.:billfopposed'ite"p'&^^e;: andbe pointed to ihepiititipris .on.the table as proof of what he ultered. ¦¦'.*' : .-. ,'-.',; Mr. Niles; Ihe independent lopplbbw.Seriatbr from...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

MSfiiS^4i^a-;-'-^>.^"-.!^''4o">S-'i'ii!.*..^ p'^l^i^pjpn;^enittylvanlaii':-^ ^dj^|ffl|^pi^ERE;JpEpEiyE&; ;' ; | ^ftbfent it ;\vtt^i)oimced:.^ ¦ §.^m^®^ c|ryea|S%u|fh)n^ MMr ^ -^ufPre-ident'ofthe^ Wwi-^l-bpfocbN-aipnrilCbnyenf^^^ ^ g^^l^Sm ore^-the Wiiigs of -ghnsylvania KlTOrthpiriqrtdSrgf the Tariff, 'in the most ^^ffli'-mannor, tliatihe was a deadly. foe tb; j^S^t^tective sysfemr-thathe was inseparablyS^f^^ S^k^^^d^^iii^e^itt^-^^}^'^ ® signal for the: Bpeedy:and;io(aldc'6truction wperib^yivtinitt's^^dtp^t^iitpres^'anilbigfe tt^i^^ ' AAi .AJA;t^^$AAy • ,< 'y-'JA ?A .'^w^ii»*ffia^y«i^jp»^d^^d««: agairistitli^ Tariff of 1342, contained in his puMiS^iletteiBandspoccheB to. the people ol -TOT^ssee, .before whom he had been a randhyi'tp for Goyemor only the. year, beferey ;Si^;%ji^ii'.-_b«iJjrp^ihp'' People.•bjr'eyeiy •WiWg-riewl'japfer, fiqdjreiiemted'befbf0 9>otJ-. sap]}. p|i' pubbo meetings. IfVhq, copld be igUorant'of^Mr.Folkfsr hostility to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

i'^YYW^^sSi^S; YY^ :;' ftijr. SenatorCariieron is^^wirinirig'" gpldeii SpinTeris^byJhis^en'ergie^ pehdenl advocacy pi Pennsylvania interests % ^%3"^k^^^H'CS?R9\9^^^SePP;7*sen:a efllier "top '3d1; iMd; fi^^^?omiW'.opftio_," ortPo^y;to exp^ss" it/if he has'any., Two or three iricitjents occurred i'ri theSenate Ms-, bate_tot. week exhibiting the chSracferistics oi the two rii'enyeij; clearly, as well as very unfavorably;to"Stiitgeoni't; ,Y •"• ¦: :AA¦ ':'¦ On Tuesday Mr. Cameron spoke at length against .McKay's bili ^ and. as al^accourita siatej with markpd, ability atij;flbquence, preseiitirig a vast'array of facts and statistics to sho\y howruinbuaythe^iifl-v Tariff bill would fall upon our. Iron and "Coal interests Oliver Oldschool says Mr. Cameron raised frequent' smiles upon the countenances of Senators, by.the very plain manner in which hev talked to Mr. Dallas -about the manner in which they carried on the campaign^ in Pa. in 1844, pressing Mr. Polk upon the people as a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

>''sSYi^l^^^iBf^'^iie-j_*^i^Y^- S iS^m0^mmmmum #bg&£ih?-ifc Touf -;days\Ia(er,; advibesi than' .previoriitty.' ''te-' ceiyed, .-pn<L'js ot-so^nel,;interest :i espepia}lythe arinounceqionrtliat a deputatipn from the* British navy "jirrivedat Fprt-Ppl^^-uport"busiriess¦witK'Gerieral TayJqry briipulaledtqfexcife curiosity and give rise r to much, speculation. :-The Troops were' beihg.;serit.;foj-Ward as. last sis the means of transportation arid the* bigKStage;6f--tl^e^^tetS^ouW;allq#i'''TKi Andrew Jackson'rcgi'meqt lei for Reionbsa on the 9th, andvColqiieipaVie m'oi-d'up the riverbritoe'lOthihstarit'.''. ¦ ' "".- v» '' "~"An' articWin- ihe";7-fteHban; Flagf ofslbei i 3tS;iri'sjarjik' ptiys; tttat,brj.ils^an'd;'cpntenfiqps occasibnaliybreakbutbetween the volunteers and; Mexicans,-qhd in ;someoases^suit-in death, That ¦ paper also ilates'that General Taylof exerts himself tb. preverij.'persbriii at-. tachedUbtheArmy'ifrbrudisiurbingithepeacp ot the citizen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

^nthe-Slhiinstjint, by.'the Rev. Henry Au rond,;Mr.,,WitL!AM.;W.: Ho^Es,; to Mis ^ ELiZASETH%eHLEiyboth of this place. .. -Oh the 26lh inst. by the same, Mr. Gisbnri ft Mukrav, to Miss Euzabetu Baker, boi ot.this place. . ..... On Thursday the 16th instant, by Lewisi Williams,, Esqij -Mr. Andrpav ConoWat, t Miss SuMgNAiCFitENAFnouK ^ of Big^Sprin townshipjCuuibbrland county. . .s.M::!Mm^AA . " W^bi8fbMppghj,qpi;yp^p,lay mbrninj Gen.<jAMMl4MBERTpH,agedBbout05yeai ' Geiieralfc*M;a'. naliieiof ihe North qf lr, land, but for the Jmi seventy years, had bee a resident of this borough. '"' A N?aatoS|ulplmr Springs; 3h jlorlh Mi , fl!?*?"i ^°Wi)Bhip; :Mr. Hemry iBaowhiwEi Dged-,68.yeT»rs'.;4;;;'-, .'-.";4-'' -..' .•.'"" ¦',' -, ,--";:•""¦,".= ¦". • :; In¦ ihe^i^-i6t;iViS^:7^pih' .~ „;a_e time ago, Mr. RpsyvitL; D. FflEncH.'Prihcip of the Cflmber|apdrAcademj5-Nawville:.- - " _¦ I,n!?l'TOerisburgKbri iMbiiday«Verii-ig it 20tb tnstarit, Mr&-^^> Roaiibifjconse w •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

kf^W^US ^aM1"?- C#P»Wee. .-,.•-' '. "The DemecraticVVbig Standing t-omqiittte ' of Curnbetiand cpuhty, will nieet at die. public hbuseof Mr. Henry Rlioads, tn Carttsle, -^-.•UiuM'ONDAY Jlio.. i.m day pl_ AugustrpL 2 .ti'clbck in the'afternoon, .The- inembettraro . - «arnbstlV requested lo bb punctual in attcnv-darice:'- ' ¦ . ' . By.orders "We"binitted lasf week to give the names ql jhe .Committee, lt is composed ol the fpliowirig gentlemeni.wlibm.we hope will all endeavor to be present^t'the lime stated: ; . ';ii*ss... Gebiige Chapmah, Allen-. John -* Brindle, Dibkinsen; Thomas Craigtoad, East '' '.Pennsbbrbugh; Robert l^ud, Frankftwd; D. _£oble, Hampden: L. Heigel. Mecli^nicriiurg; , f Iribc-i .Yoang, Mqnioe^ W. T, Boyd, Hope' well- VV. P. Hughes, NeW*Qumberland", W-. II. V^bodburn/NewvilleTVVIIliam.Bell, Sil-. '" ver Spring; sJGeprge ,Clencer, Sputhapipton; " William B. Mull'm, South Middleton; L- H. "Williarns, West Pennsborough; Wilson Frazer, Shipperisburg township;,John...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

of H'liat Polkism €os(8l ft^-Tho leai /ng features Polk's administration so far have been tho hacking out cf "all Otoori or none"—tho annexation bf "Texas amMhe subsequent War \yith Mexico —the repeal of the Tariff of 1842—and the giving away of thetPublio Lands, while ta cap the climax the abominable Sub Treasury is yet to be forced through Congress. - No w -what-will bcthe oW-of-all-these -blessing/of Polbism! Hon. Revejdy Johnson, !of the Senate, gives us a little imjight into the matv ter in a late speech: Mr. J-. said. Congress jiad already appropriated S20,176,891 this session, and Sll,-957,000 in addition-this morning. The-Naval Bill was to pass, appropriating 87.446,000; the Army Bill 86,803,000 ; the Civil and Diplomatic Bill £3,480,000, and for the West Point Academy S121,000. Thetpthere was Sl,.500,000 for the Post Office., more than was earned by Ihe Department. Congress would Jiava to-appropriate at least fifty four millions oiie humred and eighty-nine thousand do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

^ffttia«irai1 mwfotyh &$•$*& ' ¦ ¦¦ ' „_®.wSSMs^ ffii^e^l^yff^i^» ;^*^^^^ ''''^"ftOATUBlJAVlhei.t ofAuiurtrftfro-clS-r ' n «^»£5li*J1.ii*n<,,'W0»'« I'Wiwt. lo c«l«brtlerlet :•• ^^5^i»!-^^«l^: mmmmmmBmm s-¦ ,':, "*¦»_" __>>__i ¦ ' ¦-¦7nM''i___f'_t'I'--' ¦"¦j - * ¦¦ ^ ¦ " " ' ¦¦ ¦-. ,'' J^^T^^^p Tt ?^r.i >-' UAm9l 4BMiOM&\Wim^ ' ^m^mW^S^M^mm^ »it_^ SSwi?^|S«. ..; ¦ mmWmW ^W^^^r^l ^m^ ^ gPg^igiM^^y-" ! §^§B^_W^^^^ m^to": - - ^*a fe , 4 4 SPWK^j-' H *'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

LATEST FROM MEXICO Havana papers,.received yesterday by the Hppe Howes^'britain the Mexican nbwSPa.r^ riedthere by the British Mail Steamer, which had arrived from Vera Cruz. The'Spanish steamer'FleurdW;Lis-had arrived froin:Sacrificios, with late Vera Cruz papers.1 ." The- p^engersatate^tjitit it was the intention of the United States^squadrpn to attack Sari Juan ;de""Uloa on the" joth of July.- Generals Arista and Ampudia had been calledjp the Capitol/ ,Thoc fbrmer,had! beeii tried for abanabnin'g!^atairipfa8,: ^ while "be had Tup-, wards of, 4000;^rw^Un^ejr,'...-tiai/'^^9il>udj' and dismisses from his command ob chief of thp;arrny,] ¦fHe.,publishesalong aiiteebio his, fellow aqldiersj:qxpressing ; his ,regre{ for his misfortunesi and assuring them" thathis prayera'Vill be offered up to the God ''bf-'.Vat-] ties for their yiclbry and success in every engogement ,which 'UieyVmay.haVe•.with the common enemy , -,.^..- lAA'^A.'cAA^-y' ;¦ ..The Spanish merchant brig Ccce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

Onci Day Later from the Army. ^—-;Jfroni:th-^N^-0.Commercial Time..'Jiilv-0. The—steamship -Alabama arrived7 here yesterday evening (rem Santiago, wilh dates to the lOtbinst,, oneday later than received yesterday. The Court Martial in the case Captairi Thornton terminated on the 15th ult.-and the general impression is that he has been acquitted. The proceedings, however, will not be madepublic until they have been approved andT!BBfirmed.by the President at Washington. Ono passage of his reported defence has been commented on wilh admiration by all in the camp at Matamoras. He said that in the performance of the act for which ^o was tried, rashness or precipitancy' we believe, he did not see the number of the enpmy. All we saw was the Mexican flag waving over American soil, and he was williqg to risk his life-in an attempt to cut it down. - It is saidjfhat there are some emisaries a; bout Matamoras that are endeavering to' induce such of the .Ue. -tfcan soldiers who were wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

Later from the Army, Advices from New'Orleans to the evening of the 15th have been received at Washington, vfilh letters from Matamoras of July 3d and 5th. :•--••'.¦'-.- . - - — r JGen. Taylor announced "to'two of the regiments on the 4th, that in a few days he would haye_bpato_tq_transport-Jhejm to Camargo, whence he would put. them directly injnbtion for Mdriterey, arid if they got no fight before the summer closed, it would not be his fault." " '• ¦"" '¦¦" '¦ •' The':papere of Texas and Matamoras are full pf details of the celebration bf the 4th, The. rains were holding up. Some sickness prevailed, -mostly bowel complaints. The measles had appeared in Mark's regiment, and several men were down -with the complaint. , ... - Mr. D. E. Gray ha*d arrived at' Reynosa from the uppercounfry,by way of Monterey, and.reported the Mexicans very apathetic in ¦regard-to\the-Twar.—*¦ :." -----:/~ , Five hundred Mexican volunteers at Monclova had refused to serve on hearing ol Taylor's vic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

Y^i^^^igKiSl ^m^^m^mMmsA. CASX-VXRC WASH. ROOMS. -Y^'rfiiirSitbfiQrfe - ll '-'itfttition of Housekeepers.and;the.public trtia.ally, to the very large apd elegant assortr ^-*5f_'UR^lTURE,-,whiohTheTiipw"ha«pn Kind St hisc Cabinet Ware Rooms; on, .West Hi^b-sfreeU'bpp-siie.Rbo'ailV^-WorehflUSe.rln. Carlisle; feeling very "cbrifiderit tbjii ^aappbribr iSni-b,; excellence of material, andtreaionablo •A pric-a of tbe'numerpus artielM-wiijI.cli ha con. ; Bluntly:riiariufaeture|>,will-, give satisfaction to 'ond'aecure'thepafronoge df.all'whS may ex'i mine'them. -Hi- present assortment includea < .. evefy, variety, "of.;;.,;'.;.'.;.-' ~Af" ."'".'.'' '' :;, '. Cabinet War© and Ohairs, __-K)th_piain_in_L«irnaniBn,taf»atpiicesJwhieluwill. ¦be'm.ailBJ.oialtpur.chiri^rsi'i ._¦'.., . vHavinginwdp-thb'.ijsoSisary arrangements, • Abe wlIldeliveTJfarnVl^rp^WyptoPe within a reasonable numb-rof miles in the aUrrpund; Ing country, without-any increased chargei-t-The patronage of the pu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

ttffii^^iiiiiHii ¦ ?jJji ^^»f4.nW4»«K4w««^eg^iaaai-^ ;^^'-^*^A7^^oj;3«a;,i^:i;:i>-^ ¦¦; :'W^.^^I^W^,lhii'^ I\-M"?^rrel.''6_ '^''^^-"'"l^Hiivifieentaier-qiiart.-W.V.iK ;^"'^y-lK;|r.-^..-:^y^ Giov&im 'Hitner,;';;! | i:Y;i^JR^^ >*A-£iViiirietKof.. EretiehfCblliirsi atiil': Sijericeria,' Jta, lately;received byO ¦,>, ;G. W?;Hiliier.¦ _¦; ' iiylfitMwiB¦D6li-i-8:,Hew£irii.\/; /'--' ftAW!-uWA'l.-rrrora-the'subioriOt!_J¦ " : ._ .beri--.living In-diurchtown;^: ,:^yftv - . Cumberland onuntyi ob SunclflV A_mBSSm * ihtlUth orjuly.lnsUnJdtl ilillin. :,«WBfT.,' ted"bppr^ntlce to-the Bllcksmlth- : ~%fl&<- ing business',n-roetl JOHN KUN- - -\\N«Sv'¦"'. KF.L,abont five feet and six inch. sVsijjii ^ high, anil sixteen years" old 'He,. '," »¦;¦'¦' "I had' on whSn he led, a blue body ,coat, dark striped palitalbbnai'ariira'vloth'cap. '.Theabove reward will he paid for hia'deliveryihut ho charges paid, and all persons are- forbid .harboring or trnstlng_sai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

^aM^M^&W0 *••'-1. ¦.-*.¦ i^-'iV' '*! ™.* -"^^-'.c-'- "«•'-".'' -A'-.i-f -'rrt ' /•. :A', t£¥s*t*^^y&t3i2&*?*x xyr^' .'L#*>i:* ¦*» wwim _«. ¦ k-i- ix'tvKiafjf&Z mWSS$SSS^W!^m' nnHE sulisoi-ifes have just retuniei) from-the XrEast.wltlv.trioihc^l-tKfcttssortnienf of Merchandize, consisting nl' Dry GooVIs, Groceries, HardhVare.Queensware, Boots And ShdeBw'tcb{«eo.' which they ni-e prepared-to "sell .sit' thel* ilVunl ehCTp-ratet'„.Y:We'.rc«p'ectfuUy;inVife nur friends and tliepUbltoTrravS usomJI? :•'..-.':.- V "' • -'-' . ¦ '¦"JiilylSi:¦'-'-: ¦¦.".. ¦ •¦>¦:'. A GHAY ti SOUt ¦j , L -v^pjBJ^GcBALEYlY^ W^&ftSo^^ KRIDAY„the 21stWlay of August-"next; the foli It wing described OU1 -LOT,1 Ute^heVproperty of Jjimbs HEBBoif.t deceased, situate iii Newfoii township, about three-fourths of a mile Wist of the aboje Warned borough, boutidetl by lands of Robert MBcFttrianer.lacoh Swoyer; John W1Iliam's and others—oonb-lnihg <., Thirte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

^ =: '-'V^'£''; sM3Sfltlr^^:^pf^ . .ajjjl:—L~A_~_^^Vg^-^fr.^ffi.-^--tiuAiA-^r»- ^nr^ ; ;;:Y:i^iliiMia^bt^ ¦ ' tnirHEREAsYtlioHo^^ '^fV »»*»;Priisident;*Jad|;e5o?i|lii_-ftMral CourtsofCommon Pleas of the itiuptl-fljfgum'- borland, ^w ry . arid.Juqiati, in 1»eiiuiyl»J4roi _»ftdJtu|iUcO_eJt_:thi.?eyerriJ. .tgMM&Wgfetiind Terfnlder^dGe'neftl^ir^^^piffi^Mid counties, and Hon. John Stliirtind/rhqmiisC, ' Miller .Judges of "thV Court.of Vj^iiid.Ter. niiner aridGeneralvJail Deliv'etefbfJlhetrial WalLc^ital-anfl.otNeV'off-nd^ffi^ covntyqfCumborland—by their precepiS;tolit)e directed;' dated thbU6t|' Ajf.. of >&$_U__mSiB.' have orde'ridlhe'CijUrfcof.Pyer an'iJ-'f^ifrieTf' and General JnllJ)eliv6ry,lobo holderiat'Carlisle on the second Monday; of:. August neit,' (being tlio lOlhiJay) at 10 o'clock in the' fore-1 noon; to contiritie one week.'.''";'."" \~' ' ¦ NOTICE is';' therefore hereby given, to the CbrorieK:JuBtl^softhe'Eetidi|-!ah<l_Criiistnhln« of the said...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

( '" -^S'li^^^^^A^ie^'^^ A^'hJA'A:A::¦ ¦? ^|^|fo^aH^ffK;::f t^l^usi-i^iM^ib^^ THE, Proprietor.ii-pcctftilly^^virifor ms '-lire public in .gpnerili'thtfVthb.'Springsvari '^AjkgSBk. ' >;e-openeiI-;ifpr''¦ the rocnpliori of -?4Hf_ll!__l^PpPrters'x-ilSd Visiibrs„; . The BWillBi___l__i°Sa Jafe- aitUaled 4t rnilos ¦^jgggjJP north' of _arh"sIo, on "the rooif leading lb Bloo'nifield.Jijij-a fltiB':hcolthlr'arid ¦ rbmaritio "placb. : Bathing,^MaTjllshm-ritir^bolh : ,warm and cold,-and eye^;occo.lrirnp'daj|bri,n.riy' be felled Upon. Boarding; lo bo cliEAtaR. than :eyerto.euit the«im««. f/\ \ ;"-\\r- .-.,'•;» , Mr.George Hendel will lake passengers to, or from the Springs,.-at any.hohror.day in the week, when two or more apply, at twenty-five cents, caeh passenger. -Vpnlication to.bo made af his Livery Stable, in -Pitt' street, near Ihe corner of Pitt and Pomfret streets, Carlisle". ' .'- D.- COENMANi —June 24, 1846- -.- _^_„-_-;.- . ; ' ' ; : €i)ea^ OJlc^dntlPtiuttttg, --'-" _ixtMM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

¦ |P^lpJggpfffY^ ranners, i,ook ^^ to ybnr Interests f i I ^Sr^jgpR^^ isfin^ r|1H&, suVscHbersN*outd teipeclfiiliy; rriro-m . X' tlie Farmerspf Ciimberlanu, A'dkhis, Fi-arik. lin.apdthe iidjolning counties, thnlther haVe.the right to make and sell MIX'S PATENTHOBSE. POWER AND THRESHING MACHINE-^ Thi.svHorse^power..l» made oti the principle *r cenire draught, and Is pronounced by those having tlieril in use to be the lightest draught of rriv Horse power liow in use, This Horse poWen'ariil Machine, has Ijsen In use in this county for iibout folil; years', and has fully sustained Its reputation Tor-being the best Machine In use. . —r^Y?f*il!l | e'!ir ^"/c"11-,le'",ent!Dn of thoso whoa.eln wjnl bf n Mathinc to ialfnt our Fmimliv ^ and Machine Sho;,, In the 1-ear brfthbads' Ware House,and.examine for themselves before pureliosing elsewhere,as !v«»Ve determined to sell them.lo*c--r.he.foll(lWlng-Certinbate-have been gratuitously pSered .by those havihgthein in use,' . and spea...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

S . lgSPIWIf M S^'Y.:' ¦ ^3ffS^^j^^.. J ^lS^!p*«^^^i»i^, Y'ylrtlie^f«i oVdtfr ofl^eilrphBKs'Soiirt of .Cuinhetljndr.ioiinty,;! will .expose to ;Publle»alei'oh ffiB;rfi«ffii-.»;on- i;?"',.: -' *¦' :SA"TORDX¥^ffii.jlW^^rsrA^ gast n«xtp ^M.^si^K ' ^,i_f^.imi^diftrmiiu^m~ -^^^- ° AarWNi'"dB0^':l-trof'S6utll" Mlddl6Joa-tow|). »hlft to wi'tt ,•*-''!i ¦":-¦¦ .' ¦ rs^^?^ ¦SR^^'^J«bl4J_iir.»-' 'r9<t?f lH_a$> «Hoato,lri,«i1ld itownililii. on the ?oh W^WS^'S' 'Mtft'5 SgK . V u" yo3? S?,d;«,VbuKmll« irofh'fhwfoimcr _la ia0 ;d?°.d rfI -'n,"l f^^bhd «* '„„»?,tnm"A -a?-l&«<!l'!filSJffii«e^on-th'«-_ nor h by Gorges' heirs, andron thejiast by purpart No. 3.,a:ndcpnloina; lS-», ACttBU 67 J-e"V":..^i*lJ"J"SU£e;^rh.0_lai-d„i,+ <lualiglimcstoncraEo-nt 117 acres .are cleared,' •and lhb resldho opyeleil;fcith thriving timber. ¦ iff. • **, lBn -. "u<i»M jgiod fsiice and we'll PMffi'S",' *fa<l'"«-iwgr6Vehient« are a LO_ j Ti | i tt;i^#^:"lfc . j^fl|aS;: 'f...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 29 July 1846

¦__m^i»tSm0^m^ \Ar ^ -?fl_e^ty.^ -,v: ..' \^1^t_m1 Wf66tiS.r ' -Fronkford township, May,li3„184G, .:¦¦¦'-.!¦;_ -f^i^Electotsief^irpberlahd Co.: ^EL_ibW,CITlZpft^l C offer umelf> ¦ ^ yonr.cnn-id(_ifaion-9'a eundjdato for the . ,6iiPic'ET©p,siiERiFr . • of Cunilierlohd. comity tit the'-''nexl-rfleneMl Election, and \vill,.focl grntelu li. you «>'J™' sSSTtjV^ ^A-NDREW-ROBWWS.-Carlislo, April 22,1846.-to." ..- To llio-Votei's,of:C'tiUiberlautl cohntj'. iTf^tettOW CiTiZEflSi-I.ofrcr.myVlf to jpi VouVionWiieratlon. as a qaiididatofbr .the ' ¦OEFieE'-OF. SHERtlFFV orC^Tefland^un^ai thc rpproaai.tig P ec. Minn, and will So "t.»nl|f<;l'f'"-y?nX?W-^ Should ton elect'mo.Tpl.dgemyfflf «" perform «^^' * ffl<:0 ^VID SiAftri*:-, <%t3ori'isle,sA'pril 29,1 ¦?•< »• >"" -' - A ¦ tjStiie Voters ol' Cumberland county. %'\ELLOW dlTIZENSv-I-ofl-cr-myBclfas Jf a candidate for tho . "<:-¦ '¦"'¦ '-i-- ...' . ' ©F.FOdE-'.'O'F "©HUKDif IF" of fJum...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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