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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

HERAbP& EXPOSITOR. BY GEORGE Mi PHILLIPS, m^^a^mmm^K^tm mmm^mmm^m^m^mmm^^mmm^ Carlisle:. } -rTuE.spAY--ATTERN6oNnMAY5>:5 .irl838r-yr The-People's Candidates, " ( FOR PRESIDENT, '"•..'"' *wm*. wti. =- ^iimiaas<©sr<» '^ . ^ FOR GOVERNOR, " ' ;a©»3iBiPiEt' oaa^jsriaiBi.: . The Washington county Farmer. ¦

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

DAVID R. PORTER.. " It is really quite'[[amusing"to ^witness the efforts of the loco foco presses, toinduce the people to believe that their candidate for Governor is a pretty considerable character.: At one-time he is pictured, forth as a martial hero, in a cocked hat withuhtjge sword and long spurs; there he' is called GENERAL- Porter. This sounds well, and does well to catch the. people's" admiration for he. roes'. So much for the Commander in chief of the bloody Huntingdon Militia. Then again it becomes necessary for him to appear in the character of an agriculturalist, and then" he is spoliieii of as "David Rittehlibtise maaimBm Porter, the farther, and occasionally in a good honest Dutch county, as the.German farmer., ^his is gWd again, and may be considered as a master stroke of policy;—JDavidJs^doubtles_8jis^gflQd_a.farn\exas„he.is a soldier. ' He has beenyarmmg1 the public offices for the last twenty years which would certainly-, qualify Trim for the title. Having d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

MARRIED^ Qp yesterday "morning by tlie Riiv. H. R. Wilson the Rev.R. W. Dunlop, of St. Augustine, Florida to Miss Martha,, daughter of David Mahon Esq., cf Shippmisbiirg. -' - :'."::;.;.:- _ DIED, ..,:.......•_:: In this, borough, on Saturday .'morning last, Mary, daughter of George A. Lyon, in the Utluyear of hcf age- i. . r ' Extract from the.Minutes ofthe Society I of Equal-Rights, May It/i, .1.838, - It is.with feelings "of the dcep'est and most unfeigned regret, that We have received intelligence of tlie death of a member of the-society, A^r. Joseph Jloffer^- intelligence. that calls for an expression of remembrance and respect from Uiis society of no ordinary character; not only as regards tlie estimable private character-of tlie deceased, buton account of "his connexroiyyith this society,-as one of its founders, -and firm supporters, in the infancy of its organization:—^ Therefore, ... ...^ -"".¦' Resolved, That we do deeply sympathize witlrtlre* ¦bereaved parents for t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

CITIZENS' & U. S. LINES, FROM PHILADELPHIA TO PITTS-• BURG AND WHEELING, BYRAILiKOAD, To Lancaster," Harrisburg, CarlisIenunr-.Cha'mbersburg. Rail Road distance, 150 miles. Leave corner, of Broad and Arch streets, daily, at six o'clock, A. M., by superior Coaches from Chambersburg WBedford,Stoughstown,aiid Greehsburg, to P.ttsburgh. - Through to Pittsburg in 48 Hours. .^^^^^^^^^s^^^^^s^Sr ' PraW»^atWs^isV8aS^S;aMiaeaZ~§iygv?: - 1. United States' Rail Road and Mail Stage Lines to Chnmbersb' urg, Bedford, Somerset, Washington aiid Wheeling, the. only lines direct to Wlteelinz from \P/uladelplua. . " ¦ . . ALSp, t?EOPtEST]LIlVE: ¦" - .Of Rail Rpad Cars to Lancaster and Columbia," a( ---• " - •'•¦ 8o'clock, A. M. - -•-—, The publicare most respectfully informed, that the Proprietors of these Lines, -have spared no expense, to make them equal, if not in many poiijjs-superior to any ever placed on the Western Road'; and every other necessary accommodation to render the'Trnvell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

WHEREAS Jdcib mtu},4i&on4u! 26th day ot ." last March, execute to the subscriber a deed of assign- o.. ment of all his cftects, including h[is books and accounts for the, benefit of his creditors, Notice is hereby gi- _ , ven to all those,indebted to the. said Jacob JVeuel, on ,_, bond, note, or book account, or whb-may have unset- . tied accounts with him',-that I will retain his books and papers in my hands for settlement, unjiltlie 15th day of May next, after which they will be put into tha hands of a Magistrate for tlie purpose Of collecting all unsatisfied claims. ¦ : - . . . -¦ - WM. M. PORTER, Assignee. Carlisle, April 23,' 1838.-^-3w. 21. . ' LOOK HERE! THE Subscriber, residing- at Cumberland Mllht, has on liand a large quantity of ... "~~ Bran, Shorts A* Ship Stuff, which he will sell low' for cash. , ... D. REICHARD.-New Cumberland, ? . ' .'¦ May 1,1838.—Ow. 5 ,. For Sate. An excellent and commodidus- Two Story —^DWEkMNC^HOUSE^ ^ with the lot "of'ei-6'uiid-on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

rQiVBARRELS'awHutfrr barrels Ifo 2 <«V MacerelforsaleM- a " r, OWEN WG ABE. .: April 3,1838.; " . • •'; " •'i' .iff.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

I have h cfiiycd 8 day, arid £ 0 hour New fYoikCfcOCl£SHviiich^--waji'ant~to keep good time, arid offetvthemj.utTPedifced Elites, at my st?rc. QHALgS flAgNITZ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

iiOU^K'S Famous €urc lor the Rlrcer> ----- c3i:iSisjit» and-other. Fajiis.,.. . MUCH need, not be said in relation to f'is won.iU'i'- fuf remedy,, as the proprietor feels confident tlii.t when applieu^it will.Wcan be proven by the nunuY r of respectable%erspns, cRectan entire cure Of tie Rheumatic and1 other paiiis. It; had not until lab. ly been his intention to m-ikdU public j but by the re-, ciuent applications of his neighbors, ahd the wonderful Aires it lias, effected, he feds "it a duty he owes to society .as well as to himself, to make it more gencratlv known, and at the: sameetime have it put a near as lie can withintlie renchot all who may be afflicted with that painful disease. ¦ . .-Hundreds of-names-could b^ pulilishcd oipersoi.s who'have been oured by. tiiis celebrated medicine, but the following are selected from the mass, as be-. inR amply.sufficient to attest its powers. Join. Srove, David Header, . Jacob I... NaK e V. Undeinuth, George 'Fisher, .John A's &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

. .REPORT-. .-. Ofthe Board of .Directors ofthe Common, ' ¦ '..¦:¦ Schools of Vie School Bislrict of Car; lisle * * ¦ The public schools of Uiis borpugh went into opem.lon L Um 1511. of August. 183C. The number, of . schools was fifteen, and Uiey were limiteiTto sixty ^ scholars each. They were,graded so as to reduce the expense of instruction of Uie younger children, • and give the undivided attention of some of the teachers to Uie higher branches. The plan has fulh/'.answered'tlic expectations enterta'meil of it byits friends; - and it is now.no longer an experiment but a sysfeni Veil adapted to die wants of the community. Many 'difficulties have been encountered by the Board in cdiTyhigout a new plan, aiid we attribute its "successto tho^generous support of our citizens, and to tlie liberal manner in which a heavy taxation has been voted and paid by Uie,inhabitants of the borough.-— During the first 'winter, the schools had nearly tlie designated nunibftr, and in soma instances...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

:^WE'V---M,eABE-<-orttinues-t!---re-« \J ceiveand forward gootls and produce by rail rflad tb Philadelphia.. .".¦ -' ApVil 3) 183.8. lg ¦ " '¦* ^¦ "" ••^ ' ' , - " - ¦ ¦ •^.s ' /• "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

^'f|-SAC!Ii:S^i--3'^.1^^''i^i-1 ^l'-^t y .: OWEN M:CABE. "' Harrisburf;, April,2[,;1838. , —["".;-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

FQH Sale one new ahd fashiotiable-BA" ROUCHE: Also gne second hand TJLtDBlJRy. *«">'?nls" °f x™£** to L-«ttcJivvhi-!,l«. CHAS. BARNITZ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

CONSlOTTiON TOE'"' ¦ "• - rf- . or THS COMMONWEALTH OP PENNSYLVANIA, AS AMEKDED DY THE CONVENTION OF ONE THOUSAND ' . ™ oi!T m>Noar.D and TiimTV-SEVEN- y TillBTV-EIOHT. ;" WE The People of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, brdiin and establish this Constituupn for its Government. ¦ , ARTICLE I, . , ' Section I. The legislative power of this Commonwealth slin'U be vested in a General Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate and House of RcpreT scntnlivps* "" Section-II. The icprestntativcs shall be chosen annually by the citizefis of. the city of Philadelphia -^nd-t.^cach-county-rcspoc(ivcly-on.the-sccond-lues--day of October. . '- Section III; No person shall vbo a representitive who shall not have attained the age of twenty-one ycars,-_and have been a citlzenand inhabitant of the • State three years next preceding his election, and the last year thereof an inhabitant of the district in and 7w wliich lie shall be chosen arepresentativc, unless lie sliallliave been ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

LMBEK AND ' "Bisir^^»^ ¦ THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends,' and the public' generally, that lie has for sale, at his' r Coal aiid Lumber Yard; on the bank of Uie Susquehanna rivei', in tiic town of Wormlcysburg, 3000 Bushels superior Smith _'_- Li_ '_ l iC'fl»aJj._. '_ - - ¦ - \^. Panneldncl Common Boards. "~* Poplar Blanlc and Scantling, G,-c. fyc. Allof which he will dispose of lit low rates, and on Uie ihost accommodating terms. Persons wishing to purchase would do well by calling with the subscriber, and examine his stock before tiiey purcliase else-, where. . — . ¦ . . .r. GEORGE "RUPLEY. ,^-April 0,1838.—3m. \ 19.. VALUABLE PROPEK1Y Z. -3mm-:MM^m» ' l^ THE subscriber.will"sell at private sale, on will —.-le 'Se for a term of years, Unit valuable tractof land, situate in Uie southern part of Uie borough of Carlisle, containing about 5 'Acres, having1 uiereon_erected a J__J^rsoj^one ^ Bun4ii®_IZl_ (Formerlvkno«\n as "Gray's Distillery,") MILL HOUSE, nhd a Bric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 15 May 1838

— FAR1HE-RVJ HOTjE L. -:-"High~ Street,a few doors east of the '7 •< Court House,' ' CARLISLE, 'V u._T.-^^Thetjuhscriber.havinK-leascd-the.-nbovc named . ¦ establishment from Mr." Stmon Wunderlich,wad\\A\- •——ing^rovidcd-himself-with-^very-llringiiit'cessai'jTls i ¦ now enabled to accommodate ti-avellcrs and others in ? a style that will not fail to pleasOjUiqso.who may favor ^" liim- wiUi n call. THE BAR AND CJELL.AR will receive his special attention. ThescwiU be 7"- kept "cbnstairtly provided with Ufe licst of LJQyORS; THE IiAKDER . will at all times be abundantly, supplied with all the delicacies which tlie season" aiid- market can aflbrdf nndno exertions'will be wanting to please Uie palate of the most fastidious. . ' ¦ • . j-/:Vtr * * : *¦ .THESTABL.ES --"^>': re commodious and secure, and n c.il-eliit.riud..jltterjive hostler, will ho always in attendance, i BOARDERS will be.lake^i by Uie week, montli or . year, on'th'e jrnst reasonable terms. ¦ •...'' A str...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

dli PpETRY. - —. " Witii Sweetest flowers ertrich'd,: _Fi:om various gardens cull'd with tare."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

Tlirams. ' Tr-4Fho- '1 CAin.isi,E-HEBALD-i£-Exro3rroB" will heissued "every Tuesday afternoon, at;Two Dollars per annum, payable in advance. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. fTr-Lettcrs addressed to the editor on business MUST BE POST PAID, otherwise they will receive no attention. ¦ , AGETKTdi The following-named persons have been appointed Accnts for the. "-Carlisle Herald Sc Expositor;"" to": whom payment for subscription and advertisements can be made. .• . . . D. Shelly, Esq; Shiremanstdwn, Cumb. Co. Scott Cotle, Esq. Newvllle, do.; P, Koontz, Esq. Newburph, "_• do. Thos. W. IIimes, Esq. Shippensburg, do. John Wuhdeiilicii, Esq.. . dOi, (Id; - . J. MATEEH,Esq. Ilogjuestown, do. R.- AVn.soN, Esq. Mechanicsb'urg, do; William Roksii'a, Esq. Hope\vellj\ do. R. Stuhoeon, Esq. Cliurchtown, do. j Dr. Asa White, Nen> Cumberland,—do.l Thos. Black, Esq. Bloomfield, Perry county. ' A.Black,Esq.'tandishurg, :-- - do. . --

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

¦ ^jCaVITE'D-STATES-ARMti:. : recruiting service. WANTED for the United States An»iY,.a few able-bodied citizens, between the ages of 18 and 35 ycarsj being about five" feet six inches high, of good ' character, and of respectable standing among, their fellow-citizens. None need, applv to enter the ser vice, but those wlio are, determined to serve the period of their enlistment—wliich is only tlir.ee years _ ho. ucstly aftd faithfully. ' , / '' ¦ V ¦ Pay of Dragoon ¦ ¦ _ - 'soldiers, when r' "•• mounted. . -•¦¦ •' - ^ ^ "tl This table shows the amount of ^ o t§ <§ ¦Jiay which enlisted soldiers, ¦ ac- ' >»r ."S- 'g' cording to their respective grades, q • S s»- me entitled.to receive for tlieir t, So "J" .services .' , . -.. . 5?*- -3 r? ' -'.-•'§* 5> To the Sergeant-Major, Quarter-Master Sergeant, Chief Musician', arid ChieflJugler=ca"clr~—£^ ^ 16 192,u-iO To thc-1 st Sergeant of a company • 15 180 575 Ordnance Sergeants ' ., "• And all otherSergeants—each...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

— BLA.ltH^W A«.^ll ;_ ®£±(3®m '8W&0Bi9 .;.'- Returns liis sincere thaiiks to the citizens of Carlisle and adjoining country, for the most liberal patronage wliich has Tieen bestow.ed uponhim, and wishes to inform the public.generally that he has replenisliedhis stock of Goodsj and flatters himself that he will be able to give entircsatisfaction to all who will call at his Store, both in quality and pricaof goods; as he is resolved to sell low for cash. Call at the Old well known Stand of L. Harlan, in North Hanover Street, and examine his stock of Goods; as he has a general and complete assortment " of Hardware,-- ---¦-. .. , >¦ CUTIJPRY, PAVSTS^jbtLSrSiC. Also, a large assortment of Griffin's Double Refined SteerPasEmore "arid Newton Darlington's ^—Coni-and ChMSSjScytMcS j^ He has also the New Cumberland Nails—but call affd"px"atn"iricreacli" one for himself; : ~ ' ''Carlisle, May 14,1838.—3m. ' - ' • 24 SPLiElVIHD LOTTERIES -......-»...:.¦" -v.L„,„-/j?0R„MA¥-i~-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 22 May 1838

STC'.L X & 'i"fR H A T . , .-sttikCTtgiPATOq&iBigv'"" ' "HENRY J. KB^M.V, ' RETURNS his sincere thanks to the citizens.of Carlisle and its vicinity, for the liberal -patronage which'has been'bestowed upon him, and solicits a continuance of the same. His shop is now situated in East MMigh Street, adjoining1 the Drug Storo of Samuel~EIiibtt on the cast, auu John HI "Weaver 8c Go's, store on the west, where he will constantly'keep on hand .alarge assortmonl-nf fnctiinit'il!.. , Fur and Silk Hats, CONSISTING OF Beaver, Ot/er,' Seal, Nutria, Muskrat, Plain Russia arid Brush —±3t&lB&3—- OF A-L'h V © HiOTJ R«,. Allot his o^yn manuTacturing, wliich he will dispose of at lo\v-priens. "'" '¦ ¦ - - .J ;. 1,V,nIie..flattGrs4uiiisp3C1that,1b>vstw.pl,nltovt»Q ncssaiul a disposition to please;, to irfcritand receive a share oPpuWie patronage.t . . p —-N .-B,—,M. i Httiy- ciip s-wi 11-bc-m anufaotured to :6rde^,_ "on reasonable terms. * "" ' ' -^ !~ Carlis...

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