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

¦ ^pBNDiD-CHA'ii^^* ;:"':' ; - .r—--'"ISfiid and Light p-bmHlMouslinlte Lames, , " -.' .fetcacti-ilOinghanis,,*- "-,• : ' ,. ,"i ¦ I. 'Ctaifii^.iaidAaMJ^uwAn^. ^^0 ,) For sale hy: "¦"'-" • AKNOLU-ft QO. MnyU: -rr' .'."'-."-• l- ,'24*- .

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 June 1838

;JPAJ|ME"H!«, HOTEL. _ High Street, a few doors east of the Court House, .CARLISLE, - , _ Thesubscriber having leased Uie above named ' establishirientfromMr. Simon tFuiulerlich,smdl>a-f-.; ing provided'himself wiUi every thing necessary, is 1 riow enabled to, accommodate travellers and others in a style Uiat will not fail to picase'tiiosc who may favor liim wiUi a call. \ ' . WEE JBfAR AND CEL.LAR ' . - will receive his special attention. These will be kept constanUy provided wiUi Uie best of LIQUORS. ..-.,„.'. _THE l^ARDER will at'all times be abundantiy supplied with'all Uie delicacies whicii the season- and market.ean afford, " - nnd no exertions will be wanting to please the palate -- .--— of-the most fastidious. ': --•—•-'^ . ---¦-•-. .--'_. . '..'.;_ ; THE STAtiliES -,'.. , . areeqmmodious.and secnre.nnd a careful arid nttenv tivehosUer'wlllbealwaysiriattcriilririce. I . ..:. DOAiBBj^ItSjvillrbg taken hy-Uie-weekttnonUr-o^ !.- year, ori theHhost reasonable terms. , A...

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

VALUABLE PKOM'EItTY ^W^~®M£M*::-. .. TB"isiibftiribcr >"11 Cell a' private sale,- or will' lesse for a term ofyearSjUiat valuable tract of land, situate iritiie.soijtii'ernpartof the borough of Carlisle, containing about S Acres,having thereon erected a. Xarge Stone Buildings ¦ (Formerly known as'," Gray's Distillery,") ^^¦/MILL^IJS^;''-:,,^ arid a Brick iWclling liouse, wiUi two %yeljs of water pn Uie premises. This property .is suitable for many TJurposcsJ;snch as distilling, a fopVidery, or tap yard: ThebwldirigsAvill be sold or leased, with or without theWlarid, :'jnd possessiojiJ^i^J-imediately. Vor 'terms apply to -"- -'-—- - ¦ • -" - - . r ~ ' -~ ~ :.:....I:... JAMES ARMSTRONG. - Carlisle^ A "jll,^; 1838. •.': ;...-•;..„ ¦;; \i yy}'. ^HSBL. here;^' ;-' ;' V .. i_ : ^''A'JbUS: Subscriber,'residing aVSumberland MUIs-,;iwFo-n.h;tm3-a-la^" qTiahUtyof; ~~'r,':" "~'" • - ~ : iii^M^ which he-tfj[U'ieiriWW cash. 7- ~ ": ". " '¦" '"::•¦ r^ ¦#<¦'*;;;:".': ^ : -DrRElCHAR...

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

RADDLE ANDMRNESS m & sr w » ii © &© ia ir« The Sul-scribcr rcspccUirily informs Uie citizens of Cumberlnnd county that he still continues to carry on Uie above business, at his shop in West High Street, in the borough of Carlisle, and for many years occupied by Mr..W)UinmAloxander, where ne lias now on hand a large and excellent assortment of ^^ddlcs,l£ridlm,<JIIar£mgates> &c. &c. which he will sell.on the most accommodating terms. . . • Thankful for past favors,-he rcspccUully asks a continuance of-the puhlio patronage. ' „„„ - .SAlvIlXEILJSNSMIN.GER^ ... Carlisle, May 7, lSSS.-^Sw. ' . _ gg CITIZENS'AMD UNITED S. UNES, FROM PHILADELPHIA TO PITTSBURG AND WHEELING, BT'RAili ROAD, To Lancaster, Harrisburg, Carlisle, and Chambcrsbur'B. Rail Road distance, 150 miles. Leave corner of firoad and Arch struts, daily, at-six o'clock A. M.,by superior Coaches from Chambei!?burgto Bedford, Stoughstnwn.and Gi-eensburg, to Pittsburgh. Through lo...

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

IMPORTANT TOTHErsiCR. ;: " Tjt^ Camomile Tonic...and Family: Apperient '. Pills'- -'..¦ ¦ ,.-'. . . '' r-—;r Asthmai 3 teaks standing ^ - o ... Mr. Robert Monroe, Schuylkill, aftlipted wiUi tlie above distressing malady. Symptoms—great langor; flatulency, distui-bcd'rcst, nervous headnclie,' dilllculty of breathing, tightness and stricture across the breast, dizziness, nervous irritability and restlessness, could not lie in a horizontial position, wiUiout Uie sensation of iriipending suffocation, palpitation of Uie heart, distressing cough, costiveness, pain of Uie stomach, drowsiness, great debility and deficiency of Uie nervous energy. Mr.-R. Monroe gave up every Uiought of recovery, and dire: despair sat on the countenance of .every person interested in hisexistence or happiness, till by accident he ripticed. in a-publio.paper, some cures effected by Dr. Willinrii Evans? mj-dicine, in his complaint, which induced him to purchase a package of the Pills, which resulted in corrmle...

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

- Paralytic Rheumatism. fA pcffecFcWr^^' liam Evans.' "" • 'Mi\-Jplin Gibson, of N. 4th street, Williamsburgli,-afllictcd iwllh Uie above complaint for Uiree years ami nine.montlis.dui-irigwiiich time he fiad to use crutches. His chief symptoms were ex'crutiatingpairi in.all Ins joints, and especially in the hips, shoulders, knees and rinc.les, an aggravation of Uie paints towards night; and for the mostpnrCall times from external heat, mi" obvipuBtit'keiiing of^ie fiis'c;i«'aj)d ligamejits, with_a_ coniplete loss of muscular power. Tor the. nencnTothose. afflicted . iri in. similar.manner,.,Mr. Gibson coiiccives.it meet to. say that Uie pajjis have entirely censed, and that his joints have-completely recovered their natural tone, aiiujie fcclsablc IP.resume his oi'- diriary'business;. ¦"-' ~ . . "' * ¦ ! OCTTho above medicine is for sale at the office of UieT-Ienild-ct LxposjtQrT ^^^ ,/. .__:;_;. ....:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

¦:.i-_..._j^«its«j».^^_jifi=. The "Carlisle. ItoAxn &t E&'osito*" will be tier nnnum,naynble in advance:- ,.,,- . P Artvertiaemehts inserted at the Usual rates. ; : ^Letters -addressed to the editor on ^usmess MUSTJBE POST PAID, •otherwise they will receive no attention. ¦ '¦ ¦" --Tr:'- -i—^iKaBMTSi--.—^r --¦--^ >~ - i'he-foHowing naWd pcrSbos lwYeJpcfinBno^ Alrento for the «Ca?lisle Herald & Expositor," to wl?o " me„t for subscription and advertisements can'be made. ,v -. ' . . • . ... D ShellVj Esq.Shiremnnstojvn, Cumb. Co. Scott Coyle, Esq. Newville, <o. *. -P.KoowTZ.Esq. Newburgh, W--•-- - Thos. W. Himes^ Eso. Sluppensburg, do.. ., John Wunderlich,'Esq. , do. . (lo. J."MATEEn,Esq.Hogucstown, . •. do... • B, Wilson, Esq. Mechanicsburg, ao. ,. . "" William RnnsnA.JEsq. Hopewell,; do. ' It; STUno,EoirTEsq. Churchtown, ' do.., ¦ -ti. jv«'a"White, New Cumberland, ilo.., 'THotBLAo",Es-1- Bloomlicld,Perry «. . , A.BLACK.Esq.'Landisburg, v - -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

MISCELLANY who jCMn"ese_^necd<tfe^A ac-Wtdmed ~to dealln marvol' s; told "a counliycousiri of,his, that he had three great curiosities iit'his possession: an Ox, that could travel Ave hundred miles a day, a Cock" that tells'the hour-of "the night, arid a Dog, that could.rcad in, a superior manner.. " These are extraordinary things indeed! I"must call upon you and. beg a sight of them," said the cousin. .The liar* returned home and told his wife whaUiad happened, saying he, had got into a scrape and knew not how to get out. "O, never mind," said she, "I ' can manage H.V The next day, the countryman called, and enquiring after his cousin, was told that he had gone to Pekin;—"When is he.expected back?" "In; seven or eight days." "How can he return so sobn?" "He's gone off upon our ox"—r >'Apropos of that, I am told that you have a cock that marks the hour." A cock just then happened to crow- "Yes, that is he: he~riotbrity tells the hour of'"the; night, but; Reports,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

.*'¦ From the Boston Tirhes. •-- .- '-- rThree-honest,-'strappingJtioys„fr9m^the Green Mountains Came down upon us, yes-„ -terday.^riiey-said-they^come for to see ¦ us print.; We are noted, for our civility, and told them, to'enquire for the Devil, who ^Vfluld show them all. ^ One of them turned black in the face; but a third happened to kiioivi.something_.ab.aut ,.the_..performance^ and quieted their'fears, by tcllftig them not ^6^t'^keaml:ii~fi.layjfreie accordinglyr Ushered • nfto;: the region of:typo§V 'which, they perambulated, expressing, the.most perfect astonishment. '.'I wanter, know;if these'ere; is. what you "make the noos papers with," said one drawing his arm aeros~s his ,face, and in a.tone of confident .thunder.' "Yes- Sir,",, said we,-" with a^ bow of the utmost urbanity, [Here a Sardonic .grm curled our devil?* lip;];" What's these," said .he, d5s'flng;hi's, ;eyes' ca acolumh of original politics, which we had this morning distilleit'froupour precious brain....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

pO^TR^^^j^ ' _«wiUi sweetest flowefs enrichM,- ^ - -'.- ' From various gardens cull'd with care. ¦'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

YANKEE bbODjiE. . • ¦ '- A NEW SIOXO. ; .. From thefiinclimati Express., ¦ — ./.¦. __.LTo Mississippi Martin ;said / I'll brook' no ncwjlisastec, . ,, ' -, \in Jackson's footsteps wlll'l tread ' " - ^ rAnil prove tliat I am master! . ' ^ . - Yankee Uoodle, keep it up, V -- . r~. ."-- - ¦- And follow after Andy!-—:-.-"A " . • Fflr doing all lib dirty .workA ' _.* ^ .:;:..L_..,.:oh!-MaiUn-ia-UieJahdy.Ly_r :Said Mississippi, we've1 obejed ... .. . The orders which you sent us, And hoping hemay learn your .trade We send you on u 'Prentiss. Yankee Doodle, fee. . Then Marti" swore he would not make The bargain on h<venture, . ~~~ . ^o~SE^sis"sTppiT)oyTieVTfiik' e ~ Without a full adventure. - Yankee'Doddle; &e. .,„ - ¦ ¦ - - *J ' ~ z iSaid~Miss!Ssippi7rwe ai-erBiire ^~ '"" ¦ NcTrisk will be incurred sir, : — To make the 'Pkentibs more secure, We also give ouFWoni), sir ! Yankee Doodle, keep it up', And follow after Au%! Vor doing all his dirty work, Oh! Martin is th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

^jOLlTICAL^ SPEECH OF MlkBOJfP, Of Ohio,' on the Resolution to' correct abuses in the public expenditures, and ~~~t0:.separate the Government fromzthe Press. ¦ ' .,\ Delivered injhe_House„oLRepresentatives> , April," 1838%",:_ '-: ~77^^^3-[Continued from oM lasi.~\ '" 'MrrSauriderscoricluded.by Saying," "that it was his "intention to take this power from the State Department,'and place it else? where.": A member from Tennessee, (Mr; H6iuston,J afterwards governor of that'state, arid now the President.of Texas, sustained Mr. Saunders' resolution,- and denied the. right of the Secretary of State-to change the publication 0/ the laws for" opinion's sake,; Realleged that the practice of that department ''had bee'n to allow ah individual, who might be personally opposed to the views and^opjnionsof4he head^ofthe-departm-ent,; if he was honest arid capable as a public of ficef,to retain liiSplace." -He "asked "f'if changes had been made in brder that the. patronage of the-gove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

HCONGRESBlOjNAL. Corrxsponden^of'thc Bait. Chronicle ^ —- '¦' ¦"• . ;Washi.n<;t,on, Junq 171838. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. THE INDIAN BILL.—This bill was further discussed in committee, of the Whole, Mr, Turney having- the floor, to finish, a four hour's'speech begun last night;. This speech' wits principally characterized by thTvirateHcy, with "tvhichvMr. Bell 'was attacked and denounced by Mr. Turney for party effect at home; arid, as soon as it was completed, Mr> Bell got the floor,, and bavin^' complained of these outrageous and unprovoked attacks on the part of 'I uniey, he disclaimed having anythingjike ill-will to tlid latter, believing him to be acting/only as the conduit for the concocted and- longcherished malice of others, who had never as yet thought proper to meet him, face to facL-with-.-theh-. .attacks,.. H^conwdorctl that his colleague therefore was but.act.ing only "as tlie conduit for the concocted am tow-cherished-malice of othors^-whahaU never...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

HERALD & .I^^ITOR. I ." BY GEOKCB SI. PrilXMgS. ".., . CAI^LJ:1 ^! ^^ : Tuesday AWerxoon, June- 12, 1^38-- our . •."-'.-¦'-*. The P£ople\s Candidates, ., •:. ¦¦ '• ^ FOIl pilESIDENT,. I -\W5a*r-^-IH^^®l KS®^: ^- ;fok governor,¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

MARKETS. r' Baltimore, June 9,1338. ' ;FLOUR.~TliereJias heen but little in-~quiry~fortlowardJstreeFrl6urthisr\yeeiraiid the transactions have . consequently been light. We quole'the wagon price to-day ¦ uniform Ut $7,75, an9 the, store price'at .$7,873 a $8. • • . '-"? -. GRkW-^Wheat— 'The operations of 'ihe-week have been pretty. extensive, and .prices well sustained.. The sales comprise upwards of 35,000 bushels, of different descriptions, -viz. ~5;000"busli^ls ^Chlli wiiite-at-~H$l17"5--.11,000 bushels German red at 1,72 3,000 bushels Susquehanna redlat "1,78 15,000 bushels German red at ' 1,75 The stock of European wheats now. remaining in first—Wads—does not excRRtl 20,t)00 bushels, and of other sorts Ave knot? of none in store. ' • The prospects of the growing -crop are highly flattering in all.-quarters, -The late heavy rain may have done some little-damage in beating down' the stafk, but it is believed- that most of it will recover under the influence of the favorable w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

^ • t^rPCBMOaapBBTfW«*'';. ... r^^in3tinjg^Hii e^i.ends-of^e-present-^State Admiriish-atioii, a:rid opposed to the «National.Shin'Piasicr Government; will b heM at the" public house oiJJcnry Rhoads^ on SATURDAY. EVENING NEXT, at early candle light, for "the purpose of making, arrangements to celebrate the coming anniversary of American Independence. . Carlisle,'June 12,'1838. '.•-,' . ,v - ¦' »: Cumberland County JLycetim. THE Semi-annual meeting of tlie Cumberland County Zyceuin,v/ill be held at Mechanicsbdbo on Saturday, June 30th; exercises as follows: i-, Ah 10 o'click—An address'by President-Durbin, President of the Lyceum; which will be followed'by Reports of Committees, and of the delegates front local Lyceums; also by the exhibition of minemls, 'iuriositiesj-arid-works-of-artj^whether-designed-forthe Cah'uiet of Uie Lyceum or not. . ' At 2 o'c/oct--Address by James Hamilton, Escj'r, to be followed „by the discussion-of-the following question: '•' Would the pecuniary inte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

- .>. SHERIFF'S SAKE; _By-virtue ofa-WTit of-Venditioni Exponaito me directed, issued but of the Court of Comnion-Fleaa ot Cumberland county,will be exposed to public sale, on Saturday the 21st day of July 1838, atlDoclockA.M. tlie following described real ,estate,,to wit ; Pine Grovp estate; containing twenty five thousand acres of land,- more or less, situate in Dickinson and South Middleton township, Cumberland coiinty.wiUi a Furnace ahd Forge, Coal Houses, Smith and Carpenters Shop, a I4rgc, Brick Mansion Hoilse, and thirty Log tenant Houses, one grist and saw .mill, a two-story stone bfircej two large arid' excellent barns, one! large stone stable;- and several sriiall stables, and other buildings, ore Banks, .Minerals, &tc- adjoining lands of Gcorgc.Ege, Moore and Biddlc, Uie Adams. County line, and others. There is a large part of this estatemvliich is cleared and so improved as to be admirably adapted to the purpose of Farming and part of it is. occupied by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

THE subscribers have just received in addition to their former stock; a handsome assortrilent of ' -¦ springANpstnMraiER...; .,[¦_ ffl^.ijj'BD.P'B .'"'.T ' '¦ wh'icjt makes the'r assortment noiv veryjgodd, and will be' Sold very low. "They most'respectfully solicit the'publio to give them a call. ' • . ..,-p_ S.-rCoUiitiy produce will.be taken in excliange for goods. ¦ ¦* ... ." . , J. & D. K. WUNDERHCB & CO. Shippensburg, June 4,1838.—tf. .- JP tTBJDlC [SdULE. WILL be exposed tq public Sale, on Friday tile 22d day of June 1838, THREE TRACTS OF : VALUABLE LiAlVD, * situate partly in Soiitli Middleton towpship, Cumberlalld County, and Iluntirigdo!! township, AdaniS county, containing in all about -.,-_---SD0._AailESj™-".-,^:--Tlie Wood Land belonging to tiiis property is divided into lots of from 5 toj20 Acres each, which wiUbe s^'Cseparately~'Thi¥"prbp:erty vvas formerly occupied by Ludwick Waltemire,'. deceased; Persons wishing toupurch'ase, can call upon Jacob ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

>.:. C.1JLJL JMJYMt SEE. ' ,., "tSlwT5S®Sir Tlie subscriber takesthis opportunity of annorincing to his friends and Uie public generally, Uie pleasing intelligence, that he is iioW receiving and opening in the store room recently-occupied liy jyfr'.. Thomas Himes, directly opposite the store of George Hamill, Esq. m Uie.borough of Shippensburg, an Entire new and splendid assortment of , - ,, "Fashionable goods, which have been selected'witii great care in Philadcl phia, New York' and Baltimore, arid wliich he can confidently recommend to his friends and customers, as being Veil adapted to the present and 'approaching season, arid withal he isdetcrmined to sell'n> CHEAP as the hardness of the times arid the scarcity of money may require. '¦'.. ¦' . Blue, Black, and fancy colored cloths and cassimers. SaUincts,a good assortment. ¦_. . "' , Bombazine,' \ ) . Aliandsome article for Gen- . - Circassiaivand ¦{• tlemen?s fjumrirer Wear,.-¦ Princettaj-, .' J" . ' —¦- Brown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 June 1838

'¦ GRJUMtCdLpiTJiE S r ; ^EOR^JMN^.-'—-, i $35,295 Capital. ¦ Vifginia State Lottery,'". v> -F^or endowing tlie. Le.eshurg Acndcriiy-aud for btiier purposes. .... Class No. 4 for 1838. - .. To be drawn at Alexandria-, Virginia, Saturday Uie . ¦ ... • ' 16th of June, 1838.' " ~' | ---.'- - Cgrand Scheme: - ¦". " Ilighest Priise' 35,295 Dollars-^IO.OOO do.—5,000—4,000—3,500—3,292—3,000-^40 prizes of 2,003—50-of 200, &c.»&c. . .. ' •" ' Tickets oidy^lO—halves JS-^iiarters $2,50 Certificates of packages of 25 whole tickets 130 DA-... <l°- '25artq»~ do 05 > '.'0B»' '. .' do.- 35ulialfer .do 32 50 '¦ $30;000--$i 0,000. . • Vtrgmia Stale Lottery, . ' For Uie benefit of the Town of "Wcllsburg.. • Class No. 4, for 1838. To be drawn at Alexandria, Virginia, on -Saturday, June 23,1838. ' '. . 'SplendidScheme:', - ' . , -Highest PrizeJO,OOOJiollars=10,000,_dq^?,000:'-; 5,000—4,000—3,O0O-'2,ld5—25 "prizes of 1,000^- 50 do. of500,&c. . - , ~^lMc1re...

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