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

_ "CQOFgR-^VAHTEO. _v_ •The srifiierflier will give constant employment and" liberal wages to a first rfltew/u'«A\!t/ barrel cooper, of "Sober and industrious habits. Immediate application must be made to- '¦ ¦ . THOMAS PRHLEY. ,1 Middljsc*, May 1,1838."' " ;. •¦ -/ ;- ' ¦ '—¦ *¦ -"-- . ' ¦ -' . ' " . ' : .

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

. SiPtE^MircHAMJI^ . ,'.:.\ -•-^-rrfccdd-piid-Uf^itgroundmouslhiJle4Atn,ca,_r..-Kxtoricled Oinghams, i „--'"'.", , • Chintzes and Chally Lauus, (a new- article,) For sale by - • •: ¦ ARNOLD fc'CO. , May 14. -*> ¦ '-...¦ ...... -,-,--. .---S*,..;.,.:.

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

!•••"_' v^ATroroiiD'&'-'.GO,',: • .-; ,Have,,aor4eiiVc^_sur^rmr-JUack_na.d_Blnft_B|afk French .Bombasine, of Lupins, .Lnllicrs and oilier ¦ celebrated makes, which are Offered decidedly cheaper thim can be purchased r&sewhcrc, •>- .. ¦ ¦ •-.'• ¦ .•JSAjb*-:- ¦- )-.- ¦ • y:->-'-; '"-:.:.'---84- ¦¦•

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

.- IvUMBEIC AND :.(0#^ S":"^^m©^'-. •¦•' THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends,-and.Uic public generally"", that lie has for sale, at his-Coal and^lJumber yarcl^onUie-Jmiik-of Jthe .Su30,ue-r_~"7 hunna river, in Uie town of Wofmley sburg, . '"- 2©©p ISnshcIs superior Sanilh '¦ '. '¦ ' """ ¦ ¦ '¦ ¦ coal, .' - „- ¦ ,v . • Panneland Common Boards: - '¦ • Poplar Plank and Scantling, 8,-c. 8,-C. .. . AH of which lie will dispose of at low rates, and On" the most accommodating, terms. Persons wishing to purchase would dp Veil by calling with the siibscri--beiviiiid-e.\amiiie-liis-6tock-before-thcypurclia5CTel3e-' T .where. - .- .","" ." ¦ .'"','. GEORGE RUPLEY. -'¦« ; April 9,1838.=—3m. . - .19. •' ; -Valuable property . \ w®m;§M%M». - THE subscriber will sell at private sale, or will le se.for a term of years, that valuable tracf of land, situate in the southern part of the borough of Carlisle,. ,. containing about-5 Acres, having Uiereon erected a '" ' ; fearere Stona Buil...

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

DR. WILLIAMS.?ROLANn "e ^A^remoTtm"1irs ~bHiee-tiaUie-13i^V|jtS Hanover street, a. few doors north of the corner, and 'directly opposite George \V. Sheafer'sl Dry Good 'Store. .' " - ..' , " . ' " . - CarIislc;TMay"17i'838;—St; "7" " ".'"''"."."''" "•

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

- CHEAP, CHEAP, 'GOODS.- . :'¦ "'">""~"rAR^D' i.i»r'«ricoT;:r-'~r t:' Halve just received several lfelps of Tickings, Mus-¦ 7/»s, V/iecks, rind Diapers, which.are'oflb'red uncom-- monlvlow for cash!. ,vl-. :-i. :/,.... V V. May 14, .-"<;.¦ - _ r y- ¦ , .. .34 7S

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

coNSTrrurioN ----- --.v _,._.. TUK-^ •-.'.' OF TUB C0MM0NWEAL1M OF PENNSYLVANIA, AS AMENDE!) BV THE CONVEHTION. Of ONE THOUSAND EIGHT BUNDaED AND TIlinTV-SEVEH- " , - •-— TIIIBTV-EIGHT.. : ": - . 'WE, Tlie People of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ordain and establish this CousUtution for its Government.- " ~ ' ARTICLE I, • ~ Section I. Thclccislativc power of this Commonwealth shall be vested iii a General Assembly; wliich shall consist of a Senate and House of Rcpic-•scnta)ivcs. . ' - - ¦ ' Section IL The icprestntativcs thall be chosen annually by the citizeits of, the city of Philadelphia and .af each county respectively on the second Tuesday of October. ¦ "¦•.. '.-Section III. No person shall be a representative Who shall not have attained the age of twenty-one years, and have been a citizen and inhabitant of the -State tliree.ycars next prcccding-his election, and the last-year thereof an inhabitant of the'dtstrtcf in and for which, he shall be chosen a representat...

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

IMPORTANT TO THE SICK. """"iBr. William EVaiis''' ¦ _. ^Camomile Tonic-and'J?amily--Apperienti "•';¦""" ;-y;y--- - .Fills. ¦ > -."..'• * i . ¦ ¦' * * . Asthma, .3 yEARSSTANDiNG. 'Mr. Robert Monroe, Schuylkill, afflicted with the above 'distressing malady. Symptoms—great, lnngor, flatulency, disturbed reht, nervous headache, difficulty of breathing, tightness and stricture across theVbreast, dizziness, nervous irritability rind rcsttessness/epuld not lie in a lioriznritiai position, without the sensatipn . of impending suffocation, palpitation of the Heart, distressing cough, costiyeness,paiii ofthe stpmach,.drcw-' -8iness,;great:.debility;. and-deficieucy rof the-ncrvous eriergy, -Mr. it. Monroe gave up every Uiought. of recovery, and dire despair sat on-the countenance of "cveiw person interested in his existence or happiness, till by aecjflent he noticed in a public paper some' cures effected bv Dr. William lj^ins' m.'dicine, in. 'his complaint; wliich induced liini°t...

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

• ^ Paralytic-KS'hcuttinJ.ism.""."-' A perfect' cure eft'ected by the treatment of Di\ AVil . ' -' .'.-liam F.vans.-- "-¦.-¦ Mr. John Gibson, of N. -ltti. street, AVilliamsburgh, afflicted with the above crm;ijai|it for three years and ¦ nine montlis.duripgjwhich tim.; he had to use criitelies. liis chief symp. tojnsvffirejiy'Xiaiatiue; pain in all his" joints, and "especjnjly in the. hips ¦'slioiilUers,- knees and nncles,-an-nggrMuition4of tlie pnintjjtawi\i-dijL;. iught;_ and for the most part all times Irani external heat, an obvious tickeiSng of the. fascia and ligaments, With., a cohiillete loss of muscular power. Fortlie-bcnefit othose afflicted in a, similar manner,'Mr.-Gibson conceives' it meet to say that the pains have' entirely ceased, anil,that Jiis joinU:hHve7c6mplete!y recovered their natural tone, and he feels able to resuirichis ordinary linsiricss.. . '-' '•" . . -. " '' ,. dTTTho above medicine is for-sale at the 'office of UieHcrald & Expositor. . '_...

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

LIVER COMPLAINT, - ' Mrs. ..Sarah lli;euhiscr, wife "of Amis Rrenhis'cr, corner of Second street and GermnntoWn road, Philadelphia, affected fir the hist six years with the Liver Complaint', was completely restored to health by Dr. William- Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient. Pills. Her symptoms-were habitual costiveness, excrutiating pains in the stomach, depression of spirits, lnngor, extreme debilitv, disturbed sleep, crcat pain in her side, could not lie on her left side without an oggravution of pain, dizziness in the head, dimness of sight, with other syinptimjji indicating great derangement in the functions of Uie Liver.. Mrs. Brenhiser lias made trial of various medicine's now before the public/but received, no relief until she was advised to make trial of Dr. livans'i'Pills, of which she iifhanpv to state, that they, effectually relieved her of the above distressing-sympToinsTTi-iUi others,'whichj are not essential to intimate. --:' .' \ 7_iIr-.Br^uhiseiL(Jiusl...

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

Dyspepsia and Hypoclion* ...,. driacisin. ,-,, .„„_ ,:..,.rt,, -. Interesting Cure! Mr. William Salm in, Green street, above Third street,Philadelphia, afflicted 'forjcvcral years_witli the following distressing symptoms: -Sickness at the stomach, head-ache, dizziness; palpitations of the heart, impaired appetite, sometimes acid and putrescent eructations, coldness and weakness of the extremities, emaciation and general debility, disturbed rest, a sense of pressure and weight at tiie stomach after eating, nightmare, great mental despondency, severe flying pains in ihe.chest, back, and sides, costiveness, a dislike for society, or conversation, involuntary sighing and weeping, langor and lassitude upon "the least exercise. \Mr. Salmon had applied to the most eminent physicians, who considered it beyond the power of medi--cinKtorestoreJiim_t^IieaUhj[hoivevcr, as hitVnflHo tionsliad reduced him ton verVdeptorable'condition; and hatfnifliceh reernhm'ehdcrl by a relative Of his t...

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

:FARIHEK*J> HOTJiL. High Street, a few doors east of the __.i _.._': . J_G^r^fl5?^sc,-. 1. 1 cakljsl'eV—:---— The. subscriber having ¦ leased Uie above named establishment from Mri Simon iriHuferUcA.nnrlhav-_-JL_ ing provided himsellT-wiUveveryiUiing-necessary, is. now enabled to accommodate travellers and others in a style that wilTTionail'tb please tliosc who may favor him with a call. ' THE BAR AND CELLAR -7''"wiH~reeeive7his- special—atlention^Tliese will -be kept constantly provided with Uie best of LIQUOHS. TBEE LiARDER" will at all times be abundnnUy supplied with all the ' . delicacies which .Uie season and-jnarkeLcan.»fford, . .'.... and no eici'tio'ns will be wanting tojilcase tlie palate ' - of die most fastidious. THE STABLES : are commodious and seciu'e, and ri careful and attentive hostler will be always in attendance. - BOARDERS will be taken by Uie week,-'month or year, on the'most reasonable terms.-A strict attention to business and an anxious desire to ple...

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

^..Vv'VMW'ST^K.--.. ¦¦ .. GEORGE W;CRABBhaijustrfeceivedand opened & new Stock of Groceries; at hidnowStoreRorm, opposite MacfarUme's Hotel, whicli he QfTers at a low profit. He has also Baisim,Figs, Confections, ^¦'., Preserves, Pickles, fiances;.i _.!?_P^ijaxley ;'Fjis.8]i.Ric. eit,":^^ KIQVORS; ^ ;cj'„ - A general assortment of China, Glass, & ftucensware" just received.. -C.-% -. '».'"¦ • ¦ ApriU6,1838. "

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

E.OUCK'3 Famous Onire'ior-tlie Rh<qii> BHatism a>ul-other-PaUas..-'-; MUCH need not be said in relation to Uiis wonder"fdl'Tejiiellyras~th"crpropi,ifeMr-"'feel9roonfident tint when applied jit will, as can be proven by Uie nunibi-r of respectable persons, effect an entire cure ol tlie Rheumatic and other pains. It had not until hit.ly been his intention to make it public: but by the nqueiit npplicatious.of his neighbors, and the wonderful cures it liis eTTected ^ he fejls it a duty, he owes to .society, as well as to hinjself, to make it more generally known, and at tlie same time have it put a near as,lie Clin within tho reach of all who may he afflicted with Uiat painful disease.,. . ¦ Hundreds j)friiames.cpui<l op. publislicd'ofTricrsors Who have been cured by this celebrated medicine, but the ..following are selected from thc^mass, as being amply sufficient to attest its powers. John Srove, David Bender," Jacob L. Nagle, P. Lindcmuth, " George F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 29 May 1838

.. TEttMS. . --; The "CAKtiSLE Herald. & Exfositoii" will l»ei Issued cvciy Tuesday—nftcrnoon, at, Two Dollars per annum, payable in advance. , ' Advertisements inserted at the usual rales. ¦ (r"/"Lctters addressed to the'editor."on business MUST BE TOST l'All), otherwise they will re. ¦xeive nQ-attentigmj. ¦ '" ' . " • AGENTS. The following nanied persons have been appointed ^gentsJfor-tlic-^0arlisle-rterald16^BipositoiV,rt6-whom payment for suliscription and advert! seinonts lean be made. ..''¦'¦ . ~ ,D. Shelly,Esq. Shircmausjtown.Cumb. Co. "-- S^c>rr"CoYLE7Esq;"NcwyiIle^''"v:'' .".- lid..":."' ~~::: P. Kboirrz, Esq. Newburgh, do. ' Tubs. W4 HutES, Esq. Shippcnsburg, do. John Wukdeblich, Esq. \ do. "do. — J. MATEEB,Esq. Hogi'iestowiij - do. n.'WiLSOif, Esq. Mechanicsburg, do. • William ituNSHA," Esq. Hopewell, ~ do.' '.' It. Sturgeon, Esq. Cburchtown,. dp. Dr. Asa W.hite, New Cumberland, do.. Thos. Black, Esq. Bloomfiehl,Terry county. . A. Black, Esq. Landis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 29 May 1838

ADDRESS TO HOPE.: Hence! must this heart forever be'tliy spW'L? Deceitfdl shadow 61'unreal joy ;• . „ reomeUican rest in solitude I'll court, 3V. rest thou canst not-solace or destroy.'. fl'll seek some island of-the.wintry waste,._.__: .__'_ —Hyherc^ilcncc^list'ning-fromhis.'Hicieiit throne, $tarts at'llie footsteps briiia w'Fctulieirgiiest, .",',." -.- That break the distant night-wind's dying inoan. ¦ On golden clouds the sun this morning i'odej» " - 'I gazed—in ccstacy intensely given, As the red waves in living splendBru glbwed , Bcneatii die basement of the buriiingllcavcn. '. Thy treailierous finger, false dissembler, Utiiie,. Firstlur'd'Wiy'baiklo dare tlic dangerous sea, :) X quafF'd Uie'vision'd bliss I thought was mine. Anipti-od the ma'zy dance of joy with thee; Wild roar'd.the winds,thethreat'ningskiesgrew black, Yetthy bland'presence every fear controll'd, Till onea'ude-wayeaseends'the trembling deck AndAvrapp'd'die'sirtaggliug'victim in its fold. Hence! must thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 29 May 1838

-Great fleeting jot the People. At a.larpc nml rcspcctaMc niCQtiiig of the citizeffs of .Clicstc^cnunU'rlViciiilly to -the re-election of JoJ^' i'it Ri<NtxuB,"ari(l opposed to the Sulj-Trodljjiiy TJill, lielct nt'the Court llo'iisu iii fltp'ijoj-oitgli of Weal CliDstcr, on Wediiesda/the 9th day of May," Dr. JOS, HICKMftN was calledrtoHhc-chaifTDr. J; B.-15iuKTox,-EDWAitD;GAnniciws, Jv.-Esq., Pasj?hai. Moiiris" and Wm. iJAiiKn,.'_.were ahffintcd Vice Presidents^rand.yio-yfljwf/j /.Miller, and Thomas K. JJuli,r Secreta ries. . ., . . . - . On motion of Win. Darlington, Esq, a committee of twenty-live' was appointed to nominate a delegation to the Young Men's Convention at Reading, who after a short absence, reported four -hundred na:hus,< which were unanimously agreed to by the meeting. ; [For want_of jo'oni avc. are compelled-to omit the names.] ''• " •. On motion of U. V. Pennypackev, Esq,.-a committee of, twenty-live was appointed, to draft a preamble and resd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 29 May 1838

" ' -.—¦ "\yitli sweetest flowers enrieh'd, ...*.... rrom'various gardens cidl'd-with:care^V.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 29 May 1838

CONGRESSIONAL WasiiiiSioton, May 17, 1838. Tile Treasury Note BULhasbeen carried through theTHousc of Representatives and sent to the Senate; but in a manner which gives to the resulFfar more of tluTcharacter of defeat'and overthrow, than of victory.— The'Tnotion to reconsider the decision of -last^niglitnvasldst; btiViiV-^—maiihcr^vhich swells the number of indications of the Administration's -weakness,' manifest wherever losthartri "Xvcrturn our "eyearu was y 'ajority of none!—by-a ¦ tie;—-and- the- vote, of'-thc-Spcaker, an officer of "the Parly" making that tie! " : . When" tho order of the day- was called this morning, Mr. Raride\, of Indiana, aecording to nolkcj made the motion to reconsidjer. .' ^ , The. prenpus. qucstirtn- was instantly sprung upon it, by the Hcadsinan, (>.;]'. Q. Cushm:m.>Thercwcre the usual preliminaries of calling the llouse'f&c". &c. At last tlic test vote on reconsidering was taken: andstood, ayes 110, nays 109. . '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 29 May 1838

POLITICAL: --—: ^_ : ¦' : c ¦ RITNER MEETING. ¦ : The-Ritner mccliiig, in this borough, on .Wednesday-las't,: was a noble gathering' of; thcrYourig-Mcn-"of--Che^lefcouniyr""N6l less than SIX HUNDRED were present-^ being the largest turn-put ever made by the young melT~of Chester county. All - was unanimity—spirft-T-enthusiasm. A- patriotic ardor ^ and a fixed dctorminatipn to_do theirdutyiglowcd in everycpuiiteuance.— The meeting was eloquently,-ably and facctiqusly,a,ddressed by Francis James, AVm. H. Dillrngliamymn} U. Y.-Pcmiypa"ckci\ Esqiiirpfe. No one left the meeting disappointedall wbre pleased, interested and instructed! , The doctrines of Van-Buren and his administration were condemned by the wliolp mullilude.-^-All were bent-upon-dolng what could be done for the election of GpA'crnor —the Presidential question was left to be decided by a national convention. ' . • Upon the whole, "wc/,;are satisfied, that Chester, county is fully'.awake to the greai contcst:bcforo-...

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