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

AXOtOUJi & CO., Jfave aomo.vevy sui>erior. Black nml Blue Black Fmiun WombafcuuCof LtipuyL Lull ieru and otheicolebratcaanakes, vbich arc ofierca decidedly cheapcv ihitKMuk^iivpiyiBcil elsHwhccp^_^_ „ _\; JLli ¦ May 14.' ^v -¦¦-.'.""-''}.^' , -^ ' . " $£ «-

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

Pnru6>ftBC Rheumatism, A perfect cure cu'ecled hy tlu* Irtat nu'iit-oPj)iv^Vi] '' -' "¦ . linm fcvamj. »',_.. .Mi'. John Ciilison, of N*. <iiji MrciM', WilliniuiJinr^i aflljcteil wllli tin* ahovi* e-'m^Iiiiiit.C11' (Jim* yOafs ami nine moiitlis,(Iurin£ winch lim ' lie hat] tiTusr cnilt-lK-s. His chief sym|)tcms wyvy I'XiM'utmlih^paiii in all his joints, riiul especially In the. hips, shoulders, kmvsaml ancles, ftn-a^jjravaiion" of Jlio paints iywiinls ui ^ lil; and Tor the most paVt all.tiin^Jr^ni-eNlei'nalite:it,an ohvinu^ tickeniiif^of the- fascia'anil li^aiheiils, with a cpmplete loss nl'muscular pf>w;or; Vov llie hrnejil otfios^ alH^ctctl in a simUai1 nuuni'T, Mr.. (!H>snh conceives, -it nieel.la say-llut! t.!ie-pain,1) 1 me;.(•!)*ipi-ly ceased,an(l th:itrhis-j"iti,ls have t*'mi\ilettiy-i:ijc''veiHMi their natural tone, and he feels aide 1o resume liis orilinaiy husiiiiiss.,-_j^ ;. - '^ " 03^*''ne aboye-mnlK'iiio'is for-sale ai~liru7iifilc.o%( t...

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

[ MDDtE AND HAMESS w Asr w a* A «;sb| <d mn* j. The Subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Cumbcjrjandjiojajaty tfiat he still continues to carry" on the nbovc&business; at • liis shop liT^WcsTTCgn"" Street, in the borough of Carlisle, and for many years occupied by Mr.Williani'Alexahder,- where he lias now on hand h large and excellent assortment of Saddles, UriiUefi,.Martingales, &0.&0; which he will sell -on.the most accommodating terms. ¦ Thankful for past favors, he respectfully asks a, continuance of the public patronage ¦ SAMUEL ENSMINGER. Carlisle; May 7,1838,—8w.» ; '23 ; ..-.:CITIZENS'AND-•¦ " UUITEDS.SINES, FROM PHILADELPHIA TO PITTS-, aJURG AND WHEELING, BY RAH, ROAD, To Lancaster, Harrisburg, Garlisle,-and Ch.-inibersburg.. UaJLItnail/ilisuincc, 150miles. Loavc_«.nriii-r of JJrbad arid Areli streets, daily, nt.six'o'clock, A: M.,by superior Concurs from Chairibersburg to lli-dfbrd,~Stoiighstown,unil Grcensbiti-g, to J^Usbm-gh....

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

'' SPtENBID"'CI-rA£.]L'IES,';"-'-::"- Lead and LiglitgroundMcjisliulDe-Xiunus, '••••' lixti-iicted. Ginghams, '-"—; :• a„' Chint7.es and, Ctuil/y Launa, (a new aiticieA for sale by v ;. A1WOLD & CO. \mf\±.f~Z~^~--r--~-- -: T~Si-H /'"¦¦"" '¦{;¦¦-&¦ * ' ' ¦ •'¦•. '< ..-

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

OHEAfey CHEAP GOODS. * , ..' . f ARNOLD & CO., JMvcHJust rqeejived se\-«ral IlalCs of. TYofrmra, JHuslint, Checks, ami JJmJwra, which are bllt-rvu uncommcnlyJow for'cash, _ _ "J- ;' ' . ;" May II r~-r-y~ -.—-- — "~ \^~~^~y\—r"

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

>M——¦—^— mtrmmmm DR. HI^DLLIAaf S. R01tAlTD HASreiiibved- his Office to.Uie,I.Lrug Store ii^N. Hanover street,* few dqbi's north of the'eornorpmd directly, opposite George W. Shelter's - Dry Good Store..--" -A-' .-- ¦•' ¦ ; ¦ -,- ' - \ I. . , ;' -~earlial<yMsy/*l-i-'1838.—3t,—,- '-™- u^,J' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ . . ; -.1 : . '•. ¦' '' '\ - ¦'

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

. _ COOPER W ^ UfTEpi c : -• - Tfie'suhscrlber will give constant empioyment "anil libcrahwi^es to-afirstuaite v/hitlxty' barrel cooper, of sober tiud nidustrjous habits?' > IniinediatCapplicatioii must be made to •'-', TJilOMAS PKELEV.-~aiiddicwxr*ia)i.j.„4aa8.__.._.__£;_.„:4__J.-...,

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

"t-\-- caiysTOgMgQ-. '- = nv T11II-" ' \T .,,K ' ¦' ¦ COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA, AB AMENDED BY THE CONVENTION OF ONE THOUSAND _. EiSHtllUNBaED AND THIKTV-SEVEN^ 7 . - - -'. THinTV-ElbHT. WKrThe People of. the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ordain.and establish this Constitution for its Government. - ' ¦ * ¦ AttTJCLE I. .., Section.!. The legislative power of this Commonwealth shiill be vested in a General Assembly, 'which shall consist of a Senate and Houso of Keprc-^' sentatives. ' . -'. Section It. The leprcientativcs shall bc,ehoscn annually by the citizens of thp city of Philadelphia and of each'county respectively on tho second "ruesday, of October. ' - * Section HI. No .person shall be' a represantativo who shall not have attained' tlic ago of twenty-one years, and have been a citizen and inhabitant of tho Statj three years next preceding his election, and the last year thereof air inhabitant of the district in and for which he shall be chosen a representative, unles...

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

IMPORTANT TO THE SIGK^, ; pr. ^Pilliani Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Spperiint -. ".; ^ w- Pills. Asthma,,3^"yeaivs sTANDlSctr- -"- ; 'Mr. Robert Monroe, Sclin^ lkill,-nfllicleil .witli. U c - hbovc disti-essii g malady. , Sj mptoms=—great laugorj flatulency;disturbed rest, ncrvdus headache, difficulty of bi-eathing, tightness anil htiiitiiio across the breast,, dizziness, nervous ii'i-itnbility ami restlessness, could not lie In a liorizoiitial position; «ithout the sensation of impending 8iifl'ocation,p_ali)iUitinn of-the lieart,-ilis--ti-essing cough, cn-stiveiK-ss, jiain'rif tin; stomach, drowsiness, great di'bilitv and deficiency of the. nervous energy. -i\Ir. It. Monroe gave up e.very thoiight-pf i-eco'vei-y, and dire ik-sp. -iii-s.-it on'the eomifcnanee of -cvet-v-person-intm-su-d iii-his-jtixislence or happiness, tilli-by accident he noticed iii ri'pubru' ,. paper some cures ellectcil by "Dr. William I-.iriiis^ariu-dii:fiie,"in .his complaint, which induced him to ...

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

"•.-- ;-^IV-ER,C!OMPiiATNTT ' ¦. - ':'siX'?XE"A"Rs'" '-'STXRiimiir: .Mrs. Sarah llreiihiser, w.if<> of Aifios Urenliiser, coi-niT'.of secoiiil stt-ei-l.auil (ierniantow n l-oad, Philadelphia, afiected fur the laM six years ii-ilh the Liver Cnm|ilaintjwaVconipleU-ly.restnre<l.t<> lii-nllli by Dr. William Evans' '"Cnmmiiile. Tonic, and i'aniilv Aperient Pills. Iler synipf ins wei-e habitual costiveness,*exci-utiatingiiaiiiKiii tlie st'imach, depression of spirits, langru*,,extreme, debility, disturbed sleep, great pain in her sidii, could not' lie on her left side without an aggravation of pain, dizziness in the head, dimness of sight, with other -sympl/niis indicating great derangement in the function's of llie'l .iver. Airs. lli-enhiscr has made trial of various medicines now before tlic public, hut received no relief until she was advisedto-tnal£carkLufDL-Jt>ausJ.JiUls^Qll\UiujL5-ia happy to state that they c-ul-ctuallv relieved her o...

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

Dyspepsia, and ilypuchun-«,- driacisin. Interesiing. G'ure!> Mr.-William Salnnn,.Green street, above Third street, Philadelphia ^ afilicted[ for sevei-al years witli tlic following distressing symptoms: Sickness at the stomach, hcud-ac-he, dizziness, palpitations of the heartjimpiured_<UmcJ.rtoJj»metJmos a^hJLaJL,' _Pl1il'uJi" cent eructations, coldness. and weakness ofthe extremities-, emaciation and general ilcbilily, disturbed rest, a siirise of pressure, and weight at the stomach ,after. ciiting, nightmare,-great mental despondencyi severe flying pains in the chest, back, and sides, costivencss, a (iiellke-for society, or-conversation, involuntary sighing and weeping,"langor and lassitude up'on tlie least exercise. Mri Salmon had applied to the most cjnincnt phv'sicians, who consiilei-ed it beyond the power ofineificine to restore him to health -, however, as-his afflictions had reduced, him to a very deplorable condition, and having been recommended by a r...

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

• FARMEIl,'^ liOTEL. High Street, a few doors east of the ¦•¦ - Court House, , .- .CAELiSLE, . : '.. The -subscriber having leased the above named Jf'nM'shmentfrom.Mr.jSVwwK mimlerlich.nniliav-*"B provided himself with every thing necessary, is now enabled to accommodate ti-avellers and others in a stylethnt-Nrqi notfail to plc-iisirUinw; who rmiy favor" Turn with aTcaIl.""^~^r'' '— :— -._^t-_-— . THE BAR A3VD GfiL.l'rAR will-'i-eceive his special attention. These will ho kept constantly, provided with tlie best of LIQUORS THE LiARDER will at all times be'abiindantly supplied with alfcthc delicacies which "tlie season" and -market can afford ' and no exertions will be wanting to please the palate ' of. the most fastidious.---•--. . . . '_, -'--'__- THE STABLES ' ,". arc commodious and secure, and a careful rind atteri-^ Uve hostler will be always in attendance. BOARDERS will be taken by the week, mouth. or -year, or; tlie most:reas6nablc terms. '' ' A strict Rttcritiori to busin...

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

NEW STOCK. . ... fteOHdBW. CRABB has just receivedarid opened a new Stock of Groceries, at his new Store Itpom, opposite^fac/iirtoie'* Hotel, which he oilers tit a low profit- He has also', P* '.. ,'• . , .' "-.' _ '' ' zMtitisf^Mgs, Confections,; ' ,r -:0;JPtBserw8 ^ Pickle^, Sauces j -. --• -. ' . - 3P*^ Barley, JFresh Rice; superior Wines and :'';.,,i^'\.;;3B,:i.Qiw;ans,-.' '"¦--' ^ A genera! assprtrneul; pf Chiiia, GLiss. & Qucensware -:'H-jUSt;riecetve<J Sv—'J-'------;- :~ •_ - — - ¦ : 7| ji*pril W, »8»&'"'; .."**?-: '¦"."-'.,

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

LOUCK'S Painous €iire tor the Rlacuntatisrii and otJtcr faiios. ', MUCH need not be said in relation to this wonderful remedy, lis the proprietor feels confident "that , wlieu npjilied ^ it will, as can be proven by the number of-respucUililfc pei'sonS; eflecnur'entire' euro of the "Rheumatic and other-painsi—It-lind-iiot-untiLIatcJjl beeii his intention'to make it public; but by thp, recpicnt applications of his neighbors, and the wonderful cures itj-hns clteoted, ho feels it a. duly he owes to society as-well jib to. himself; to make it'more gene-. rallv -kribwn,' and at die same-time have it put -a near us ho can within the reach o'f all. who may lie afilicted with that pliinfiil disease. Hundreds of iiaines could be published of persons who have been- ou'rcil by this celebrated medicine; .but the following are selected from the mass, as belug ariiply sulficient to attest its powers. '" John Srove, David Ileiider, Jacob L. fvagle, P. Lindemutti, George l-'isher,, John Alsba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

¦¦ •¦ ••siali'MlSv.. ':.>::'-C-'] The 'fCAitusLE Hebald & Exfositoe" jrflj lie' lssu<»£'everjr TilSsday' afternoon, at. Two Doi-labsjier annuni'; pSyiiBTc' in advance. : AdvertlscmcnU inserted at the usual rates.ft "(Tri'O'tcrs addressed to..the;eaitor on businessmDST BE PO$T PAID, "otherwise they will receive npattjentiqn.: ,--. -__. -s >:';. AGEJWTS;-'' - •"•',.>-..' ¦ ,Tlie foHowiiignamed-personsJiayeJiecn appointed : Agents' fprT tjic „'-' Carlisle .Herald; & Expositor," to wfiom payment for subscription and advertisements canbeinade.': ..' '.' ,-¦ -,. Hi. Sheixy, Esq. Sliireraanstown, Cumb. Co, Scott CoyuE.'Esq. Newyille,- . ."' do. I*. Kooiitz, Esq. Newburgh, , do. , Thos. W. Himes, Esq. Shippensburg, do. John Wundeklich, Esq.-. do. do. J. MATEERjEsq.Haguestown,, , <!<!•, It. Wdsow, Esq. MEcliahicstrorg, . do.-' William Ruhsiia, Esq. Hopewell, jjlp. -_.:_ ft.STnnoEON,;Esq.Cliurclitown,- do. « J>r. Asa White...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

COMMUNICATION,r>: --_-—-' -> ~Forthe Hevakl& IZxpoaiivr.- -T _. . '•";- -.-->. -. ~ - .¦ BSBAT. '- . . j^ -Jgor'two thOusand.nine hundred anifthir^ ty-one years, from- the revclationiotthcvri ¦ . of Alphabetical writing', until, the discovery of Chat of printing, the only.means of muK liplyihg the copies of any book was by the ;pen—a laborious' and Comparatively,tedious, ; process. The. substance on which the ancients %rbto::was^usiially.q)arcbmenttjn expensive article,:-and difficult to procure in < quantities «qual to the demands The parchment roils were indeed durable, but still fliabte'tofeedefaced;by time. The' writings "ffinh^s^^ls^r^iooks^vere^riosckLlo • destrtjctioh- from another caused TiVheiva .bobk-'fellintb the' hands of one- whcTcould not appreciate'ite contents, arid who had a ^lgpqsitio^to.^vrite,. ha deftped'the recgrd, to make room for his dwH^onriTOsition. —¦ : Those-par&jments.which Vve^4;iis^ritten , a"second t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

,i:;^^J:T-lg;A;LvL SFJEKCU OF 'MJeL BO^P' Of Ohio, on the Mesoiulion .to correct abuserin-the-mblicxe^endUurea—and to scparaie-ythe Government from, the Press?, '•"-"' ' - Delivered in the House of Representatives, ••¦-" April, 1838. '. •¦¦ Ll. ' » _' - Mr. Bond "said" he rejoiced^tfafthe"attention of thevHouae. and of the' country was again invited, to the subject of retrenchment aridreform.^'He was aware that these terms ^ .haxl become somewhat, hackneyod, and he almost feared .that- their frequent repetition here had rendered therri triteiahd unmeaning. . They had been'used, as vvas. well known,' witlrgreaVeffect, toput down one administration and elevate another.-^ That end being attained," they seemed to have performed their office, so far at-least as the. party now in power are concerned.-All must admit that we*"have had no pracr ti'cal retrenchment or reform. . -. J-T^IrVB/said'he wished gentlemen how in pow.er to adroit that tliey had airiused, if riot deceived, the'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

FROM THE NORTHERN FRON-" .TIER." '.''.. ._JFrom.the,.ilbmiy.lrgus of Thursday; -\ ' ' Daring Outrage.—An express"from Watcrtqwii.reached this city-yesterday af ac rn oo n^bringi ngJespatdieiLtoJGfiiYjjyiiircy rfroni the District Attorney, Mafshali<&c, at that place; by wliich we regret to learn that a'riiost extraordinary outrage was .committed within tlie American.' waters, Parly on Thursday morning..' The Brilis);; steam. - boSt Sir Robert Peel,, .lying tq spoilt seven iniles-froniJitovcii^a3di,^j1..thej-iv .ei^Stl Lawrence, .Was forcibly seized by a body ofarined'incii, supposeilbbo'Cajiad^anrefugecs, set on fire, and entirely consumed.;. ' The,subjoined extracts from the letters to the Executive, afford all the'information yet received touching this affair. We trust ffiStj, by the prompt action of tlie civil authorities, aided by the military, all farther aggressions or apprehended retaliation may be prevented;', and that tho .-perpetrators Of the outrag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

. UNITED^STATES SENATE.. Correspondence of the Baltimore. American.* ¦ — -AV¥SIHNOTONy-May-30i-lf38^ - -A message was "recejVed from the House of Representatives -informing- the .Senate that the joint resolution annulling the Treasury .Circular, and prohibiting any such order hereafter,' had passed that body. - * A number of me'niofilfls on various si£bjectsjvei'e^prese.ntcd and referred. ' ' ' ' v.BANKS;".'' „- .''": ¦'" ."-' - Mr. Webster offered a resulution instructing, the Committee.on Finance to inquire and report whether, under the Depqsite Apt of June, 1836, it is now.competent for the Secretary of the Treasury :to employ any bank heretofore.selected as a public depository, and which since the 'passage of that act has suspended specie paynient; and also to' .consider the expediency of repeal-, ing or modifying.feo iriuch of .that act as, prohibits the .receitHjiKfjayment for publiiTdu'esTiflhe potes^qf bariksvwhich. issue notes of a lees denomination than-five doll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

A BANKRUPT 'JEIREASURY.: .Frpm.' the .Congressional proceedings which we publish to-day,' it will-be seen -tliat- the-President has been .reduced to the necessity of applying to. Congress for means to keep Vthe/ball" of government. "in mor tion." ' jEn his message the President says that' ''the United Slates are iri imrriedi' ate danger-of being rendered unable to discharge with good faith and promptly, the various pecuniary obligations of the.goyern; ment;_'.Land his Secretary of the '1*rCasiiry, "hafpiing-on-the-Same-struig.: avers that,, un-Iess the'measures he recommends be adopted, or some other expedient be-devised, "it-will be impracticable. to preserve the national faith nnbiokj3n^nd_tb_ avert_the injuries, with which the public service is threatened." Arid " to this complexion lia'Ve coirie at last" all the experiments aild expediency of our Currency tinkers, which have-been concocted to introduce a new system pfTfinance^ arid to„ "strew" saltTon the' ru)ns" of the,...

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