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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

:.:SJ|^; SiK&In^Si,' . • i;.\ ! •¦: .. '¦• rtrMj.^'tL^t .. ... >. From tlie N. Orleans Cflmihcrcia.'TtiiiCit.- '.'*•.. High'y important from the Army. ., The sleanMliipjGaiveslnn-CaptaiiiAWright^- arrived he.re yesterday,'fi'oin Brazos Santiago, the 14th instant. Uy her we have received 'art ahundante of details in ofir own correspondence, the Matamorns Flag; and the Galveston papers,- of the movements of but. tiubps under; Gen. Taylorj their condition, Casualles. ect.ect.. since'the capitulation of Monterey, which we proceed to. lay before^' bur readers, ' • , ' . ' . > Our advices Irom Monterey come down to the flth of Oclbber. The city is in tlie quiet occupation of our tcoops. • . ' 'The ifepoi't' of the death of Coh.McClung, of thc;JMissi8sippi volunteers, is unfounded; he was improving. I.ieiti'; Pilwpfjh,' of the first 'i^fantry/has died of his wquiids,; Lieut., Graham, of tBtjiTJfli-'j nfalitfj-, \v^iT/stiTl~al_ve,' •J!P.4.llo_.^!.w^;-i*Viprto?f...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

- ..¦1/. 'rS^yB,1lto^I/IU^Qg^^,.t - • ¦.1.,'yn.. _ii ..1fr.r-.J'-,Pr.9_>;W>m-.-7. n$M&>:p . •^.WentiM.jfese(1f^s;onlyi,iR i the^^^^ showing that there is. .pleasure, inwstudyirig' the ssi.nc&'anaNW.rfvr.fefrfmt&Lp1 iflistBtya^ei', shall!¥naMllei8tuay%^#i^figim* ^ore.ia.toU^ng...,-n!The,qninialilha;; ^«^iSMi9) worlds are well.^ybrthy b| ob^rvatlqy'r^J. 'rp.' ba.bly -you-alt-ji' n'p wwha. ts meanf'bjral «iJdittP. 'tf' we' Hiitk' ff ff%j^_t!'on'iih'B; pBrlfpM(y>of (.Of _wheel; Ijavellih&onWpliinej'tlie figudativliloK SjUa* .4tPflMesp.i:i|>eai, j^,fi ^ v^lald j^. f 4_$lfe^Bfe>' is.pbjjigure in Which'abqdy can bSgnoyed; witli bo irtiifc'ff'v-lbclfy'tnfi'^ 'sp.ed, nbt eventthei.frnfeh. HtigS'*,'M^thfe"-^ ;malibiai)s discovered 4liis notftirifiiy fypars. ?q9;: M ^f to .4( .s.G.pa >l ? ugh.t-it, ^ih^tfipEje1. beloi;e mat.Kepjatics .were inyenfed; ;andf: when -t.s.;i»_'glefouticiS 6n h'i. ptliy^he dfescrib...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

%FS|!?ny;#i^'^^^ i:™s^»0_ite W&®ii& &'*# - &yii0>jm$$sm^6?Mtim !1«^iliiW_IJ^a^^fcw^_i_2_S !«^«lfcw|# ^iTO^8. f'%ti¥:fiirbrriW6HH,«::krK, "'..^P.^ .7^,_r?nBref'Ot(re)io'spOTk¥P_iRdKel^fc^^ i»ib.jcwtibi-5J! w,-$mt&%M1 'lift "ffi-t&ttX.^i ^timo_pMe.5liqVs.bJJhe;tinimalahat^ saw^fii iHb'wsrt.?«'«pi* :'«*. mn v. ¦ *<wy. ;«i^:Ap4U.M6fi^sM_^;.^^ $lf$8$N^^ W&^ fiiM^ M.'iSimlrella'B'.iglagfcllippd^ ¦^hg^ufjigniph s.fjliqi'MaoiiiT^i&ioptii''' fi#$$.M^ ^->;CpI;-Plucks_;eommissionf--lji -^rXl-X^ -r^ " m^WrriMlfS6mmt\l^'WHYi& «8hbrb,Avith;fev'-.s«Vi ?..VTr ifli')..vrra-,it>.f''''^:v >-K/3A^fi!bejpYb)igs!ofiNepluna?sitr iaeilfS iiS^S^PfiWitf &P.e,WafaJ<°W'.ta<honis"'bf audDemma: .. , ....'' -1;' ',': "^A'^rilk-n^^aihe 'm'aa'e, 8ffi:'of'!'#_$tli 'pOltt^S-iT. <V(. V. tl., '.:>;.• .!') M.ii SfS;^J:)wf i . ^.^jiBaESflat|key_^l_i_h*tiumnelj!bf~Kan!) ' e:*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

the ol Carpel-Bag Traveller! Amnii^ most common street sights, i. 111 j_r nl iigeuilemau hurrying alanatowards the railway or liycr, bearinu with him a 1 it—¦ Uaciirpet-bag. So common it ia, that it fails toalimrTilie slightest' attention. A"little car'pet-bag is 110 more noted than an umbrella o:- walking-stick in a man's hand; and yet, « hen dghily viewed, it is. to pur thinking, a:i object qi Tim ordinary, interest. We feel no enyy for the man on whom has devolved the charge bf.ajieap of luggage. Tho anxiety attending such property outweighs the pleasure, of. ils possession. But a man wilh a little carpet-bag is one in len thousand. He is peihaps the most perfect type .of hidep'eiidence extant. He can,snap his fingers in,, the face of Highbjnd' pxtprlion.. No trotting .urchin' is idle"enougli.lq!»olioililiBcarrj--iug pj:so slight a.burden- Whije other pas- ,ee;igprs, tiy„.coach, or-railway ^ pre looking .aftef i|i(jir.trunk's., and trappings, lie enters", ,and.,|ti(s,4he....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

¦ ¦MbmcMmmm* ' • "7 MINE-Ts THINl ~r!~~ t \>Vltk(\ Bnys tlie Tniri'AiiirrlcriiK Iho chcc.ft.1 tntie nnd hctiltlil.il Itiurihiiiiy of fJoonAViN Hakmot. IIo sinfs Uh: song ot'ii-irue Imrd., J^ull nf Ii ope, and fuller yet (iftuhh, he s(M's, tl"rmi«:li the murky inid iiinrt'cmtry p;isplonp «f mcij, plInipFUH nf rf truer titiilliotlrtr riu-. Uire ; ami Im holds nn to limits Ute leaven by which hiilinefs shiill h(j moile i-oninion n» the nir we breathe on 1I1 in earth ol'<nir«. lie hat* nu distrust. .^Dtiuhudo , not liele»pin»r him. nemfiijihering that One, not of enrtli, trod It onre to sutler nnd to save, nnd Knowingihnt he proibtefld tin1 enming of u dny of light and lili—i?rty to nil, hi! Poizes hold of what is (. 'ond in man and nurses it. as the n.eans whnrchy the Saviour's promir.e shall be fttltillutl. Listen to iVitnni. In thin spirit he .buish: - ' Mine to thine, and tliine in mine—Hiit'li i» love's inoi>t ludy ni^n y When the iuoHht's Imnum bare Cive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

HM^A^_a______«___ka ¦:'- ¦' mrn^:Xr:x.x BBimYs-__»fe_tK'.WBB»rB? :' !'''^Tr6llNEYi',AT,LAW-->- "''''''' ' ' 1«rllil>pftfeffoe -ftth.'M.eral CbrirUofeum^ TT brrlanil and the mljoininff counties, nml r|. ten-t«'_U''frdB3ai6iiSlbu»iiV.*seiiliu«te<lt6 hit care -with prpr.ptn.e»- and fidelity,—j - —... . . - - - - Office.iniSotlth Hanow- street, .in Gmlinra • newUilllaiilSJoppBsi-5th-PosfOn.ee. , Cavlisl.ei-Vugu.s|t'86,.18,4r...rly.; ,-¦-• ..-¦ ¦; ¦ i, DyNtUSP ' AD'MUi " ¦¦ '¦ -- .,- Attorney at-law. i OFFICE in South Hanover street,a few doors below .1. II. Giuliani,ES<1. July 16,1845. ' ' . ' • ______J . • ¦ n S3.ca».»3r -Kxapa*axtiexgs'sissiofx&o DOCTOtt MYERS has n'ssncifcied bis_^j> nephew, Mn. J. B. JACKSON, in liifW Drug anil Hook Business. , £S Bv this' arrangement. Doctor MYEUS will be ennlileil to Rive bis undivided attention to the duties of bit. Profession. Carlisle, September 30,1846.—3me. - ^_\__i. C__3_£_vIS2t!___ )» Doctors J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

-' "¦-'- '- ^^m-mm^m^- '^ '^^^^^& &m .f/wTBUSHfej!. W $k'WED^JDAY, .-jFhC^Unlllt&'^^ai 'aitgU'ofth^pmu -:, Squdrl)'Mch'mKf'Coi<H-'mit<)r'' '•"¦'! :••' TERMS _FSUBSCr.IPYl.ON,' r Jim Dnllnr and Fifty ccnlli n>s-o_i*fr(-.bvAKCE, . ¦ I'wn Millars, If IllUltlvilliteitllfcyeMri —: - ?- Iiio'llnllar/nr sljr luoiillis,. , ... ..„ Tlio-e tor«aSlllflil rijad-jklidlilSr.oilito, .- ¦.•..... RATES.BF,ADVERTISING,' - AilvBrtlsemonls.ipaklnenn|.M.'i| llnraot'ess,,will be bfu-|iB'il'aiilii!,raioJnf-Fmy;-iiiils'l'6i1.,«iii!'lnseriroii.T:-. Iireutlm. s.foirOaq.->oHnr,;(a.i|.*>ve|ityrliv_,.tpn.ls.fo.r very sul». r-»nl«!it Insertion. Yearly adVurtlscrs Will he tu'mrifoit at Iho ftillo,vin|! rales':' ¦¦;••; Ono CiiIiiiiid, wlill Ihe paper, Qn one j-eiir, . - »23 lliiira 1-iilliliiu, "•lln. do- #13 Two ^qdiires, w.lth.imanerl^oiiangc,,. -din Du'sinc-st'iircls, with llir paper, ' -.-95 JOS PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Such lis Ilamllillls. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

¦ _f ftynurfirst-page ispleniifully stored witti in lerestihg reading maUef.lhis week. O^r- Woshaliand.a placein the prppei department for Ainatoi's poetry, next week. 0*j- tater itW mostintereating intelligence ol-tho ^rroiiig^aiid b vatroaUoii. pfil^ntergy, will ^ibiindbnoU-first page. . 0_y We have received a comrtitinicatioti ¦ on Ihoen^ccV of.thfe Gubernatorial nominajibn, in favor of, Jtbii JaniesCooper,.which" shall appeal in: ourj*exl.- Our. columns are. bf'course opo.olor llie discussion of the sub-. ;* ject, t6;the.IrieffilS bf each of ihe>ahdidatc.. --State T„K\s_REttW-Tlie Butler Whig Kuggeslsiiio niiniebfGeo. W. Smit|ir;Esq.,' tifthal amply, lor flection by Ihe.whigs as .Slate Treasurer for the ensuing yeat.7'' ':'. , (f$- Senator Gibbons of Philadelphia,; j. ^jvrjirrnJ^' sjt4ken^_o|lor the;Sp. eak0r?|iip.ol-.'je • Senate .in^ilieu^pproachiiig.session. The VVhigs.cduld .not' select;jfrom their ranks a moje accomplished iiffieer. ,;-..' Cj.krks of,the two ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

^^^I^SmW^uW^SmW |,-:iy.-i-i-;,:CA^ibM,^bB.-^ovEBNUB W^|Slatb' Cbb^nllba^V the nominnliD^ bf|*ktni_idatefbiL'G(^birt.b^ J_ieete:.iii.Har. riillfeibiSlijh^i^Ji^^iiMt tnkWiaflMin^VorefelthertH)^^!*-; tii.ip^^i%if',;V'n,o-|a*5g^»iv caPiaBte-^, bV|Biateftri!§*^^ , '^bVer^-fe.Vv«uii|/ine vb5heV^;^ 'fte^VWgSfandingCbmmiueo^^^^^ ^^^ ^^ntylliat.iearly mMslilBBfteuld^tai-fn f(^ahi^a -C(runty^Cbiiven|im bf ilfilefemies. t&mj; e^\fo^fy$%Viffi puqitise-of^el^ngaSknAtbirial nnd. Itbjirgr sbiilaUvo delegates to tiio:Sale'C.onveinion;v; Hanks.—The Lancaster Uiiio:i, ,«i:giving 'il-HHe w&.s!lb .*l_f*^bt fr^^pfi'<Mt_A^'.bb pursued b^|he;>Vhigs hfitliftieming tegifc lifttire. sav^j amongst other things, '! wci-titti imtno bUI^',e?V_^r^'J,8:'j^|!al,'!8 >T',!' I*' piassej'^ by \iq{;.-.Legiyatjre,!;. The .Uijibn tiiiiiks it' >v'oul<J.'jie'^pliy.^>ijpa»,siiclt,bills because5of'itipv.;Sliuiik'skriowii ilelcrttiiiiatlou to Veto all - Bank eji...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

Jtcligfvns Iitelllgeaee. Old School P«i»|_TTEBiAr..^-The Synod of Philadelphia1 held Tjls annual meeting in Chambersburg.and was in sessionfrom the 21st to the 24th iiiBlani: The ordinary measures bf -the 'Synod'''presented ho' peculiar features. It was' opened with a sermon by the Moderator, the Rev. J. CWatsph, of Gettysburg/ The Rev; Dr. Yeemaim, bf Dansville, was .elected Mbdemlof for the present year. Every evening '-there was preaching lo lull arid, attentive congregations: whiledmihg the day,the" «ubiecls pf Tempo raiioe; the De-ecrtitibri<)f.iihB:Siibl»_thi;Edu-: batibri and JilisKiens/Fbreign arid Domestic, awakened iri-erbsf ptid' discussion; Owing probably tb the presence bf' Walter ;Lpwne, .fe.iS-C.elBry of lhb Board of Foreign-Mis-; sionsfand th^tlev. H. R: Wi!*dn, J. wj,0 has .just ibtuiited , froin Northern; India, the siilj-ct -of Bpreigri Mi-sibrt»' became B»pecially proriii-bntiV' ;••' 'i-'-x '.^l£; ..':n'-';:-'"'..-; The Synod recommefiilert it seri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

•Q«_ -fi___ro_t^5&t.^^ mmf&tmmm^HmFJSmmJTr -'-.r. @50ie.-reirali 'oi"the elections'in-Ohie" and; p^^yiV«ttiajJiiBy»^ jto^A1V«SW-': '*CN. --V.) ^enib^o|miV.haffWnl!ed^^t^^^ M^lhS-b; iin_i':-otC^rti-nifet,',.It iw infused »Moji?i^^i^l^: ^r SHimaUbn .to thealrWdj^Ptlra.i*«iKfe3'h^ Si-«8;,iS,«-'c,.-' -r-: ¦: ;':,a^j&_;_;i!_'--.Mi."1 ^,_ p$M ^"pnlitioal prpmisenlyef^b^fime^mpf l«Sb^?#^^S$nsS!8ire^ tiun^ing men may read-them.' The strong J-bldsiLPt loeofbeoism wero- first stormed jnd ^ capfu redTiT-^wHam\wbire.. ^ Then.? Norlh (Da^ma^unJuriea^-iiy"^ BanneK/Next eame:a.ih'afp conflict, resnP. tirigj-ih a partial triumph, even in-Maine. MaJ> riaii'dr then relief .her VVhig Car; jn tniimiih ilfrbugh the/ Statb:i jphoii :fom$i yaffiii^iii'S-'I^y'lo ihe.lArcfl of the. Union, wrbti^hfbbt'hsf pbBtiM rSlenVptibn! Arid ()hio.by n generous ana sympathetic impuls^ acfiieved a siibullariebus •Victory: Florida, ^ jrputhjiul^ister"bl iho Miublic, now takes hbr.plt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

Fullher' retum^bm lS ftiF^fe^?-j?^' makefile ¦^ el^pScertainlfflf iTflWlfe)^ (ixwofeCQ) mk^mCampmiiXlj^t ^ ^i we stated la-tweel&tu;hi_ m^kes^r;ej(h^ gressional dele^i^Bi|^^hi gsT^i^s.' and 1 native. Ttfb'<#&rVeiufils fpr-Canal Commissioner are now in, and-are asfw^ .laws: -'--_—_: ' -_a=_^—: -i v^^^£^;rS^?Mm*ox, Adams, ¦ 820 1573 • Allegheny... i 7 .3689.,-....-i D^-IV'';; Dqa. Armstrong, 856„ 1055 ' --..'i-Beaver, , 1424 2020 • 11 Bedfprd, 1399 1245 2 Berks. . 3233 2495 ,..,33 ¦flyifj. •*^_.v.r.-.'¦^jjis.-a.*;^^'^--' - ,7" - Btollord, -,.2«n .'—3254 Butks,' - - 2847. ,,% , 3401 23 Butler, ' "" i 100''1 1447 4 Crawford, - 1294 1132 • • Cambria, 054 793 3 Carbon, 418 " 378. Chester, . 3J02 3570 350 Centre, . 1247 : 1101 ' Clarion • 792 755 Clearfield, 547 329 14' Clihloh,'"'"'., 533" ' • 688 '' 4 Columbia, 1509 161-1 3 CUmbeilalid, 1907 .' 1961 22 Dauphin,' " 3195 1691 '486 f-felawarc, 1038 1122 95' fiflfl, - 896 . 1801 ' Elk ' 124 91 " Eayelffe", 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

The New Planet. Tho new Planet, whose discover)' was recenlly announced by Le Verrier, a French Mathematician, from his closet,, was first seen by astronomers at life Kotiigsbcrg ob-8ety-ato_y_on_lhe-23_Uult.—Seareh-forirTiaa" already been commenced at our National Observatory, but it was not seen until the 2J)d instant. Its position,' as determined by Lieut. -Maury on that evening, was R'.'A 21h. 51m. 32c, 8 dec 13 deg. 33 min. 16 see, He describes it to us as a white star of the eighth magnitude, rery near Saturn. It may be seen with a common spy-glass, ami is easily recognised at present as being the first of a triangular group, the other two components ol which are yellow stars of the ninth magnitude. The discovery of this star affords one ol the most remarkable events iti the history of theoretical astronomy. The orbit of Uranus had-long. puzzled astronomers, lt was dis turbed by some cause unknown to them, and which il .-as conjectured might arise from the attraction o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

Thtr Battle erennd. Gen. Wool and Gen .Kearney, havebeen ordered tb join Ueb. Taylor at Saltillo, irom whence lie isvto take up his march foi San LoOis Potosi; which-it is expected will be the grand bailie field of the campaign. Gen. Taylor's force at Saltillo, after garrisoning llittl, c.lty aiid Monterejj including Gen Kearney's and Gen. Wool's commands, will consist of about twelve thousand men Gen. Wool could have . formed a junction with Gen. Taylor about lh'e.~33il or 24lh of Oclobpr. General Kearney ean scarcely, urrive before the firsTof Noffember. Airf engagement at' San Luis Potosi will not piobably .lake place before the 1st of January, as the dislttnce from SKltillo to San Lflis is about 340' miles. The distance of San Luis to Ihe city of Mexico is 396 miles. Anftlher Commbdoie, lo assist thbse.now iri the Gulf, 'is about to be sent doyto to the squadron. Commodores8te.viftltrm_ Ilrdgely are both understoorf t'tf Kafv. rfppfo-rf for the command. The three Shfps-Pf-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

Gen. Worth's Opcntieis. 1 he lollowing extracts are irom a brave offieei of the Ui S. Army, dated Camp near Monterey, Sept; 28. ¦; Tbe writer, attached lo Gen: Taylor'ff-divisi' on in the plain, gives a graphic description ol Gen. Worth's movements on the heights, the whole of which, presenting a grand spectacle, could be seen from below: ,_, . " " Just bebore day, on the 22U, we heard the firing, and as the. mist was dispersed could distinctlyjK^tJhevy_hoie.of__en.-Wprth!--operatiohsas lie stormed end carried thethird height, and after Ihat the Bishop's palace. 1 cannot begin to give you a faint idea ot the scene, which was the most magnificient and -intensely interesting of anything I ever-witnessed. We couia'plainly see our men were gaining ground from the flash.of the muskets, and then finally the enemy retiring to the Bishop's Palace. They made three several attempts to retake the height after they had lost it, and I am told their officers could be seen driving the men on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

-j$ l)il abelp tya-Mmm - Salllrdny Kv6„f/i|, Oct. SIS. . FLOUR has settled dorvn to $5 37 fur-standard shipping brand*, at wh.icli rate ove. -iw0 buls.wert; lakrrl lt>r export, and linldcls pcncrslly iliBpnscd lo sell at tlio same prirc: Corn Meal and Ityc. Pliiur nominal al #4, li-illi 3.75 offered, and a sale of llie'former is rEpbrteil ni ihSt prices-%-IIEAT^Tiyin-lrolirmrinidilre-fii-T kel closes heavy : sales of 5000 bushels PenVa r_d_ liave beeniiiadeai']U5 els. for fair, and.113 a 114 for very prime 'Corn, very dull, and no sales making today. Southern Is held at tf6 els Ottls—Southern free, ly blTcred at 32c Whiskey, steady ul _1 a 35 els., *~v~<' . -1 Monday Eveniti|;,-_»'ov. 2d Flour—Sates reported are nbout-JOOO bbla. fair shipping brands, at-#5,37—the market firm but rather iltilei. Corii meiil—^1700 bbls. Penna'. sold ai~f-$51i. which Is'a decline. Rye Flour—A small lot hroiight 43,M. Wheat—About 1500 bushels Pehnsylvania sold (principally red) nt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

-^- yrAK-RTTin, in washina_____!y__mjlie.20_n.u___y-tiie *RBV7"MF. Hofmead, Mr. Jons 11. 1'iin.urs, ol Carlisle, Pa., to Miss Emma VI.. daughter of Anthony Holmead, of Washington Cily At White Hill, by the Rev. Dr. D'e Win. on Thursday Ihe 29th uliimo. Mr. Gkoiigf, Kav-NOLDs, of'Canl"on,"Ohio,'to'Misis Jakk I... daughter of Tho.Tiafl Craighead, Esq. Of While Hill, Cumberlandj5ounty,J'a. "Oil Ihe" 29th ultimo, by .the Bev. A- IL Kremer,.,jyir. Absalom Domma, to Miss Caroline Hoov-S^boih ol this vicinity. On (ihe- 13th bf October, by the Bev. E. Bride||baugh, Mr. John Kenpig, to Miss Sarah Ann Kittle, both oi Newburg. On .he 15th pf October, by tbe same. Mr. Samuel Lehman, of Frunkford township, to Miss Cathakine Mautin, of Big Spring tp. On the 22d of October, by tne same, Mr. Nathaniel Brown, to Miss Cathahne Gmleb, bolh-of Mifllin township. On the 29lh of October, by the same, Mr. Henry Souder, tb Miss Rebecca Ann IIeck, both of Ne.wvilie, - - -- .. On the same day, by the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

Odd Fellows Procession at Shlppens-- lmx%. An Eilrs Train of Cars will leave the River on Thundsy morning ihe Mb Inst., a half past seven o'clock for Shippensburg andi-eturn In the evening, (he train will leave Carlisle at 0 o'clock A. M„ Passengers from BarrUkurg and intermediate points will be charged lor tb««xe_ratonuii<-iiALroftlieiuual.l--B.; .' Nov.-.16t«. O-DB. WOOD'S.8AR8APARIU.A AND Wip CHERRY ^JTTER8,»o inlilllble remedy for Dy»pep sin or Iddlgeslldif, Headache, Depression of Spirits Pitnples and Pastules on, ihe face, Rheumatism, Ila tual Costivencss,ltc., Just received a«d for sale by8 ELUOTT, Sole Agent ft)r:thls>iroujh. - i'^ :Iiriaadia* 983<_»eaQir««3» S ^fUifi otD 8PANIsH;ciGARd;Mb_i-cd .UUUirid fori' ale Wholesale and Reliil by' the subscribei. Also. 20,000 HALF 8PANI8B CIGARS, for sale;«tthe reduced price of #3,00 per t.oosand.at hi; cigar factory, Weal High Street* Carliale. •'-¦¦vi ¦.'. ¦ •¦ £..„.., .-;:,.,*:,-;,-.T..---, T"HrCBf8W-Bs.I...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 4 November 1846

¦S: S^^^^^^S^^_Spj^^^a_®«?_ a^«S55 .XmsA^mMvMiiimtxicoX. .•• -;« ; ^^'^1I^__^%#\^^.F'M:'"' : P:T#>P1ca)ffiimtemaifoi.^KSii^Iexiean 1 ¦ » * _l__I _ n* j^^-. *¦ V' ' _*___; ' '~i- " '"4_' ' / papers dbwip&t hB20lh«spt; "TTte Mexicans ^ve^VeiyAfiJleMgaini^he^nHba^^tS^ OnlSie StBjIebi., (G^StthdnjdKVei' rior' bi St. Iuisv Pofosi, issued an address to the inhabitants ol tltat State, announcing that our trnnns had taken possession of the capital.of JJgW^^icor*^e-dangers:bf7lhe'countryr Ke tbns^hem, are each day increasing. The Mexicans appeared perplexed, not.knowing what-'lo tliirtk of Armijo's conduct. Thef watch all Kearney's movements with intense .i!dcresi,,liut,.ar^ iiitemis'lo do VoxJjV^Jf^Bp^a^ne.prbmiseft iiijt,s.next:No7:an|iiitefestj^ siege of Monterey ^prepared, by Balie Peyton, who VaVa very "e_ftciiei-t^ pii-icipator' in the fight. I.ieut. Curd/'of the army arrived here last night wilh letters from officers in life army to Gen. Scott; but no official dis...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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