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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

At the New Wliolesale and Retail Store of ^-,.,...,-L.AR|roj^o.&jco...._.^;._;_ Messrs. AKNOT..D& CO. "would resnectfully inform the citizens bf Carlisle and its vicinity, tliat.they have just received from ¦ the cities of JVew-l' ork & Philadelphia, and are now; opening a:large and splcu-' J_ did assortment pf - British, French, and American consisting or • , -1'. T - eotfro itnJjf ®uwmwtti, Vestings, Sumihcr Cloths-, Peruvian 'fancies, and other goods suitable, for gentleman's wear. Also, superior Italian Lutestring, Gros de Najis, Gros de Swiss, and a large assortiVient of - , TltitlRJEB*. SULKS; ^ ' Satins, &c. kc. The public are ¦ respectfully invited to call and judge lor theniselves,as they will find their goods decidedlv CHEAPER than* they can be -purchased elsewhere.'' ' —Carlisle,TMay-ir1838. i-i—-.-.- <trt. SPI^ESTDID LOTTERIES ' FOR MAY. '-; " '*• '. Virginia Stale Lottery, For the benefit of tlie Town of Wellsburg. Class No.-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

IMPORTANT TO THE glCK. Di*. William I3va»i!»* Camomile Tonic aiid Family Ajmenent - — -•-: F4Usr ^:.-::-.--^- * AsTHMAi 3 YEARS STANDING. Jttr. Robert Monroe', Schuylkill.-Afliicted. widi tlie above-distressing malady. Symptoms^—great langor, llatulencv, disturbed resti nervous headache, difficulty of breathing, tightness and stricture across Uic breast, dizziness, nervous irritability and restlessness, could not lie in a horizontial position; without the sehsat-oTr 6f impending suffocation, palpitation ofthe heart, distressing cough, costiveness, pain of the stomach, drowsinesSj great debility and deficiency of the nervous energy. Mr.'R.'Monroe gave up evei-y tliought of recovery, and (lire despair Sat on the cpuntcnance of every person interested in his existence or happiness, till- by accident he noticed in n-public paper some cures'-eftected by Dr4WiIlinm Evans' medicine, in his complaint,"w-iiich induced him to purchase a package of die Pills, which resulted in completely...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

BY L.ASTC NIGHTS MAIL,. \Ve are inilobted'to the politeness of an attentive friend >at Pittsburg, for slips containing the following particulars of a most awful-and .destructive steamboat accident. From the. Cincinnati. Whig Extra.. Cincinnati, JlprilZo, 8 o'clock,P: J\f. olfMosi \tlivful tSleatit-MSoatJiccttlent, Mjoss of 128 Lives. it becomes again our painfulHuty iblc^ cord one or^he most awful and destractive occurrences khowri in the terrible and fatal catalogue ofsteam boat accidents. - This afternoon about six o'clock, the new ami elegant steam boat Moselle, Captain Periii, lefnhe \vliarf of this city (full of passengers) for Louisville and St, Louis, arid, with a'yiew of taking a family- on board at Fulton -about "a mile and a half above the quay/procecded'up tlie river, and made fasls fo a. lumber raft for that purpose. Here the family were taken on. board, and duringx the whole time of the detention flic Captain was holding on to all the steam he. could fcre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

~". " -.; STIL.I.' IiA.TER. BY THIS EVENING'S MAIL. Wc have delayed bur press -beyond the usual time to give the following additional, particulars. -,; - - Cincinnati, Thursday, 1 o'clock, P. M: We liaye'jlist returned from the scene of -liorror occasioned by the explosion, and the account before published,: instead of beingin. the slightest degree exaggerated"^as h:!-<* been intimated by a few,) falls far short of the dreadful reality. " The fragmerita.Q£;hugnan bodies-are now laying scatterSl all alon)*- the. shore"-, and we saw the corpses < l' .a) number so mangled-and torn, that tl;oy bear scarcely any resembrarice to the human 'form. Wc saw several with their heads and .•arms entirely blown off, others with only a part of the head destroyed, and others with-tiicir-Jo-jver extremities shivered to--an apparent jelley;" Fragmentsof the boilerx, and ptli'er'portions of thebdait, were throjvn froin 50 to 200 yards on the shore,,some ojtliem haying passed entir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

MARKETS. Baltimore April 30, 183P. 1-XOUU.—The ti-.msactions'in flour very light, and prices are without any material changP. Wc quote the « agon price to day at $7,25 and occasional 'wagon loads "are taken at $",50. AVe quote tlie store drice at $7,75. Sales in limited parcels of" choice brands have been made at an advance on this rate. AVHISKEV.—Prices'have been steady throughout the week,' at 50 cents for lihds.jond 31A cents fpr. bbls. and we quote tlie' same rates to-day. The wagon piice, ofbb!sri4 27 .cents,* exclusive ofthe barrel;'The inspections.of tlie week comprise 340 lihds. and 1-U2 bbls.5 bf which 32fllih(Is, and SjI bbl's..werc received from the Susquehanna. _= FJiilcidelphia April 30,1838. FI.OUR AND MEAL.—The price of Flour, ha* given way 12J to 25 ctsperbbl,and buyers have come freely into.the -market. Sales, mostly fbr shipment, of5 to 7,000,bbls, Pennsylvania.and Ohio, at from §7,50 to $7,75 -per hbl. Tiw)ay"thq price may be fairly-quoted - §7 ^ 50 a -7-,62...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

MARRIED, - _On the 17th ult'in Meadvillc, "by the Rev. W. Bushwell, Joseph .C. Hays Esq. editor bf the'Cratrford Statesman, and formerly of this ]dace, to Miss Anna MAniA Bf.tts of MeadviJIe. \ " On Tcusday. moriiihg last, by tlie "Bey." jdhu Da-key, Mr. James DiVen of Landisburg, to Mrs; Jane Xibi.ock, of the same place. - - . "Outlie Siime day, by the Kcv. M. H. Patterson Mr. John Ramsey, of Juniata towns!iip,'to Miss Eliza Reed, of Centre township. On Tuesday evening-last, hy the Rev. Mr. Patterson, Mr. John TortEY, Jr. to Miss Matilda Mell, both of Petersburg, Perry county. -——U98§8eo$-~-—-j-:—- BBGl?, Ou.Wcdiicaday morning lust, Air. Joseph Hoffer, in the 31st year of his figc

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

DIVIDEND. 5 ¦¦ , - CARLISLE BANK,? May 1,1838. , /),,, THE Board of Directors of this institution,, have to ilay declared dividend of SA per cent, for thi last six mouths on the Capital Stock paid in. The same will lie payable to the stockholders; or their, legal represeniati vcroiror-after-the1 !! thiiisC—' : V '¦ • -W. S. COBEAX, Casnitr. Attention Ifcan gcijs! - The lldrcomn^vSjS lh RegimiMit,P. M. will parade jit the piioliohoiise-Of--fil-Tffirt7-rTS<i-o/imriu-tlio horoiigh of; Carlisle, on Monday the 7th «»/,'atte-i o;cIock injh?. forenoon ; also, on Tuesday the 15M inst. at tluj saltie tiriie and place, properly eqiiipt for review ai:,l inspection. „ Ily order ofthe Ciipt HENRY BARNITZ, O, S. May 1,18381- .- • . •"•'"' liOOK AT THIS. JUST opening at the, New Store of ARNOLD 5c co- ' • ' - ¦ ' '' p. " * " 50 dozen ladies white cotton hose,.. ..- oq... "- Fane)- «'"¦'«' -- ' 20 ?.' « English and spun silk hose, " ^1000 pieces Wnsli'ns, SO" Tickin-5117 ¦¦"¦'-. " - SO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

'v*V?'"y:'tow«SS:""'"r":-."7'" . Famous iSave tor the Rheumatism and other f»ains. MUCH need not be said.in relation to this wonder'--ful remcdy.-astlie-.-iai6*-iriet6?~feels"' confidentrihaf -when applied, it will, as'can be proven by tlie number of respectable persons," effect an entire cure'of die .-, Rheumatic and other pains. It had not until lately —been his intention to make it public; but by the frequent applications of his neighbors, and the wonderful cures it has effected, he feels it a duty he-owes to society as well, a? to himself, to make it more gene-_j—rally knowr, and nttt,he. snme limc-liave-it-piit-as-near ¦ . • as lie can within the reacli of all who may be afflicted with, that painful,disease.- - „ " '? tlunilretts of names could be published of persons . . who have been cured by-this celebrated'.'medicine, but the following are selected from tlie mass, as bi.-' i'-B amply, eufiuaent to attest Its powers, John Srfc-re, -./'David Bender, ¦ Jacob UNngle, 1. Lin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

50 I^^KS-OF^PI^E^AETnjfersaK ¦ Harriiburg, April ^»^^ ABEv"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

<T\ WEN M^pABE--,cot»ihues7'to.jrer ] " ceiveanttforward goods alSd produce by rail road to'Philadclpl)ia. . '->.'W ~ .-¦Aprii 2^.1838./; ''.'- * .18

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

, -r. T. ——¦ 1 —-——• . 'CIQR Sale"one new and fashionable BA"\ • ROUP WE: Also, one. secondhand TfLiL-BcJiY* witlivone set of harness to each vehicle. , : . ,CIIAS, BARNITZ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

OABARREIiS and half barrels No 2 >^\7 Macerel.for sale by ."' *.- ¦'¦:'¦ - ' ' OVVEN^l'CABE. April 2, 1838; **: . •> ' , 18 "7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

{. have received 8 idayi:and:301hour„7New York CIjOCKS. which 1 wafrant to lUecp gqod time; and offer, them at 1 educed 1 rice vat mv store; CH ALES BAUNITZ. * - ¦ ~* • . • . —I. , ,. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

• UNITED STATES-ARMY.'- ;' . '"- RECRUITING SERVICE: ..'. •WANTED for the United States Army, a few able-bodied citizens, between the ages of 18 and 35 years, being about, five "feet six inches high, of.good character, and of respectable standing iimong tlieif fellow-citiiens. Nolle need- itpply to tenter the Service, but those who are determined tb set'vetlie period, of their enlistment—which is only three yeara^—honestly and faithfully^ . . , " *. Fay of Dragoon -*¦ , eoUUera, ivlum, ¦ • ' " .' "¦'" niounied. "' '*' •-¦ - ¦' si htJ' ^a . This table shows tlie amount of '? 4 tSpay which enlisted- soldier^ ac- • , '2. 'S» S . cording to tlieir respective grades, ,: a z. .% .are entitled to receive for tlieir ' "j^ "^ M services. ''•''. ' . » g <:Jj) ¦ • • ... S a 3 ¦ '•¦'¦— » S: 3 . *• - . . V V $ To the Sergeant-Major, Quarter-Mas-.. ter Sergeant, Chief Musician, and •Chief Bugler—each ' ... 16 192 640 Tothelstjacrgeantofacompany . 15 ISO.575 Ordnance Sergeants^ >...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 May 1838

CONSTITUTION -*¦ " ¦<»¦— .. ' ' , ¦'"' - ': • -? ¦ "-*": ¦'-*-'* . ¦—••-->»H8 --.---r--—. - ^ ¦- " ' \ 'of tub . ' . COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, us ft-.-pwp**n iiv the nnftvENTiOM of qme tmousamp •. '- ' EIOIIT HUNDRED AND TIltnTY-SEVEN- J . . TltlRfV.-ElCH.T. -. ' vVE The People of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ordain and establish this Constitution for its Government. ' ' , - , ARTICLE I." ,,. '-' Section I. The-deglslative power of thu Commonwealth shall be vested in a :General Assembly which shall consist ofa Senate and House pf .Representatives. - - . - . : , ' . Section II. The representatives shall be choson annually by the citizens of tlie city of Philadclphtiand of each county.respectivcly on the second Tuesday-of-Gctoberrt^'—-— ^ » r~—•* Section'HI. Ncl person shall he a representative who shall not have, attained the age of twenty-one years, aiid ha've been a citizen and inhabitant of the State three years next preceding his<elel*tion, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

POETRY. —^-—-"WitlisWectestflowers enrich'd, X. From various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

•llAliB>S(rBRANCH«—A LEGEND OF • - VIRGINIA. I . , ' jrom the. Pittsburgh Saturday Evening Visiter.. ~^ ! BV DILL A. SMITH. " • During the slimmer of 17—-, whilst the tomahawk nrtlwsarngc continued to lie wielded on the western borders of Virginia,. the inhabitants of Kanawha county were obliged suddenly to abandon their homes, and take refuge in a block house, which then occupied - the sitepn which the prctty.village of Charlestown now • stands. --Among the; number who had thus availed themselves of safety, were a young lady and gentlc-—man, who wero-tentlcrlv attached to each other, and . wharit is sahhr'vere-to-have-becn-mamcil-in-a-few weeks subsequent to the ilisastrousovent.-whith forms ? the,subject of the-following lines. The lady's name T'ncver learned,(he gentleman's,:however, was Hale. "Whilst there cpnfineci; the ladypvas taken seriously ' ill of a fever ; during the violent paroxysms of which, her cries for colli -irt/terwerc truly pitiable. The supply in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

SE1TECT TALE. - From the Ladies' Companion of April. a sketch mom b Vanyj-D a v lips. . BY. MISS M. AUGUSTA COFFIN. . / *^'VYTSUAyai"siirDlyb"e'" an'old.Waul7A"giics,'' inclced I liavc not the least doubt-of it. / In a~fcw years I^slfall. see yoii as stlfl, ^a^It^ pr'nn as poor old aunt Sally was; Do you remember "how wc all^Iaugbed when we were children at her precise ways? and how a rumpled cap, or torn glove, would put her in the fidgets.for a day? ^ForTny'part I would rather marry an ugly man, which - "YTm-iuiow is my abhorreiict1, uh'un be ait old maid."" ^ . ''I cannot echo your sentiment, Ellen, for to tell you tlje truth I do not .think there is any thing so frightful in a,single life; jind if I can.bnt do half the good that dear aunt "Sally did, I shall bo quite content, with, tog destiny you have'provided- for me, and if it iihould_soJiappen,Xliopci!i)u_wJlljii! JkJri.nd me more precise in after ycar^ thari'you do at present; though I feiir I already possess more t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

. Management—& Yankee ------ ---,-...,..:-/...,..:....,,: jSfljgyflr.;; ^ ? .'^ From the Focus. I've heanr folks say Uvjit the w.iiniu was contrairy, well.they is a leetle so, bdt if you manage 'em rite,; bawl iir here, and let 'em-but there, you amy drive I'em along without whip or spur, jest which way you want 'citi tPrgO. '..¦.. . '.': ~ .... r^-^—: ;;When I lived down at.Eltbn, there was a good many first-rate gals down there, but I didn't takp a'likin' to any on 'em, till squire ;Cumiriins'cum dmvri there to live.' The squire had' an. alinity puly darter. I se"d sum of' the gals was fus.rate, but Nancy Cummins iwas fust rate_aud...a..leetle^ more. There was many dressed finer and looked grandferrbut-thcTe^vas^omethln^hfabsu t Nance, that they couldn't hold a candle to. If a feller seed her wunce, he couldn't look -at-another gal for a week. .!• tuk a likin to her Tite^otfrand we-got as thick as. theves. AVe had'use'd to-go to the same mcetiri and sot in the-sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 8 May 1838

^ *iicful Fire in Charleston. ¦ ^Office of the/Auousta Chronicle, ? ¦ >•' :; ¦ .April 28,. 0 o'clock, P.M. .$ ..We learn witb the deepest regret, by passengers- from Charleston, who arrived here this evening, by the Carolina rail road,, .that the ciiy of Charleston has.been visited Jiy one of the most awful arid destructive tires that has ever visited any city in.the United States. ONE THIRD OF "THE CITY WAS L-AIR.-IiN' ASHES, at the 'lepartur;rof tlie cars; this morning at six U ' o'clock, and the fire was raging as if it ¦ nvpuW-.coi^umo-atJeast-oiie-tliiid.morc^^^ '.. The"fire 'Br^e'~ouT"'l:isT)'tiTfh.t-arna~qimr'- l^r past 8 o'clock, iri.a-paint store, on the western side of King street; corner" of 15frestore! slree„t. -The wind blowing strongly from the southwest, blew the flames di-3gmially3acr6&?3&Tg^r^ of the .departure of the cars the whole see-. lion of the city above Bcresfprd street, upt6 Society street,.and east of King street to (he Bay w...

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