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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

- TEACHER? WANTED. The Scliool Direct >rs .of Soutlr'Miiidlcton town- ' ship, are desirous 10 procure tlie sf-rviees of level-.!! fei.cliers. "1'hoso »ho'are desirous oftakingsihoola will irfake iirim.diate uppliciiti'mi to the iindersigned. JOHN STUART, WILLIAM GRAHAM, School Dirdclors. •South Middleton To-.r:iship, 3 , -^—AU3;usr28i;'rS33i-^^.y^ 5—^-^-'-- —— "r JOIINlJ.TiySXERS, l»is. just, returned from ihe my, hf.wi.p luHlcilTrhis-former-istctb of Drugs, Books, and Stationary, a large assortment cf FANCI'AND USEFUL ARTICLES,^ jsmludliig-^-aiicy^Mntsjr—" " Hum Elastic Table Covers,. Brushes, including Hair, Cloth', Hat,' Table, <• ¦ ~7l)usters,Shoe,ijScrubbhig,iuevery'variety, Blacking fly tlie dozen or gross, All of which will be sold on tlie mdst'Veasonablo terms: - . ». - Carlisle, August 28. ,. ¦ a C'jsijiissioysn-'s brricr, 'i .-„-•', 7 P7_c2''/'Vfl.A"g'i6t1l5-,'liMiS.C TiIE Joarimls of the Senate-aiKlHoosc ofRcnresentatives of Pennsylvnuir,, and tile rep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

AH EBaii,!' Ad'i'th Can'oBhiii. . The National J[ntelligcnoer gives a somt." mary of returns of, tUa,,.pl6'tSlion"' from. GZ .'¦•' ' countiea-of North Carolina, which7exhibit the. foHowing aggregate, for me'iijbers. of tlie- House- of /Commons; Whigs 02; Vaa %. -, Buren 15.;. Three; counties remain to.'be hear,') from—anil giving .all the members ejected b/--these - to - -tlW - Adniinislj-ation,^—- there will- then^ remain a clear Whig mnjo.ri- ... ly of 8 in the Senate, and 6 in the Houseequal to 14 ohptntballot. Thus the poli* . tical' character of-'the Legislature, elect of North" Carolina, is at'lfeagth finally gettled;fi* Decidedly Whig. . • ^ - ^--Of-tlie-vot^iJ-^-fiiF^GovortJor,s the- returns were only from 46 counties. These gave .; Dudley an aggregate.majority of near 13,-000 votes. In an'nonticing^the "foregoing results the Raleigh. Register expresses Itself iii tlie following animated and cheering . terms:' .' : • v , - . . —'—It is with feelings such as we have rar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

IrVOrAWA^&iTflLI, E1RKCT. ' / ¦ ->T1lc Jjattle has.again been fought in thi^ ^-//aoste( J--Sta(ef"and-victory,4he-most<tri- - um.piiant and glorious, Jias.'again jmrched upoiitlie...staiuliird "of the Whigs; They have routs:! the enemy, "hot^e,' foot and dratroons.'-' Our. prcuJ youiig sister has. put forth her whole strength, and taught the - ¦enemies of our frQj^itistttatioiis a~ lesson' they will not sotw forget. Indiana battles, like a g;aritri>l«iig!rscarcely_ yerarrived at riianhoodyvJ'here ' ^.^oi^\xaht- or more" "~ unflinelfriig Whig State in this Union.— Slices Whig to the Very core. ¦ /\\\ /Aj/7fs.'i._Sjiiatorial districts heard - from, the AVliigs have elected ten Senators and the Locofoccs faxtrl- This majority added to~theTWhigJ3najoriW-am6hg_ tK6s^"-— heretofore' elected will give an. aggregate majority in the Scntiic of 10! Two •niore districts to'hear from. _.. ._ ^_ ¦ In the House, • the Whigs have 11" triumphant majority., Out, of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

¦•¦ TEACHERS WANTED., The/Board (if School Directors.of the borough of Meofiauiesbnrs, would hereby make knowa,<thut CJ.\.': ¦ or'rWQwellqualirieclTcacliers,<>frc*ulsrhabitsan;r ¦"-good moral character, -are wanted to take charge ol Rial fitch the schools of said borough.-. ... , . ¦ There is an average number ot 150 scholars to be 'LviXit. Two sell ;ol rooms adjoining each oUieram! connected 1>y' a dooi' i 0«= to average 100, ihe ttner oOsciiol-irs. . . .' . . ' '; • ' v . ' : - ,'- , Tlia President of ihj. Uo.-ird stands ready to receive proposals from teachers to tukc charge of and-teach ^7_-nn.a*cragc number, of-5 3 .pupila-in-th* smal.l-ro.oni-* • ; V> take iliarge of and tench an average ot 103 in tlie large r.ooin—of. to take charg? of and teach the while, iivern-'io'-l SO pupils in both rooms. Those°who hand i'i. .proposals for" 103 scholars, inust calculate to provide themselves with, at least, • oiieasei.it-.iiit, at their,own expense; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

^^¦'"^: E'PPLIiill^l •' * . : mm,,$*¦ ¦ :\LnmWW ty:y ¦ Mstinesvp. 'itfoic-JF'hytticMM, ¦ .,su-itGEON;':&'.Aefcb.iJcir!EiJR:; OJiee in High Street,[a few doors east of • -'••' the Jail, Carlisle, Pa.. .', •,¦ . ; T3NDERS his professional services to the^iens ofthis pb.ee am! the public generally,.ami more especially to t!pse who ere, 3:iilvM-i.ip, Iron) CrlltONlC DISEASES, and respectfully ,irJbrtas lu-'.".i, that ne nrofesses to euro all kiudrof, V . ",.'..¦ .., , ¦' " 'vfcfc'liTJB -AND'CBaROWIC'.-.-.7 biseass^, "*¦':. ¦¦;:;' ¦;' which are i:i tieir natare cUralh', in a perfect, easy. loLuii\\ iymi:i y. The medicine is qdminiiaiM'ud mfeUJacay, is pleasant to tlie'taGlo a:.id easily taken.—¦ ¦ 7/i's charges will be imderatc. .. _ He will'\isir"patisiiB;'wlien"6alled upon, at their respective-places el'ri-siilence,-in thin place m- its vicinity. Person's nta di.stajioe, laboring u.ider Chronic Oisease.s, iuny-obUiiu/raeciciil a.ilvice and medicine, for oiieiiionth, byiidilrc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

;iEilSHTC«8¥i§iQ' •.-¦'.'. - Register's Office,•' Carlisle,') '7 .-. August A, 1838. y , Notice is hereby given, 10 all BegateesJ Creditors, and ptlicr persons concerned, that .'the following accounti have been- filed in this office for examination, by^^"-aocoi»nita ntr UierBiiTT5amedfrtnd~wi)l-be-presenlett to the Orphan's' Court of Cumberland county foi* confirm^uon and 'allo*w.iuce,-dirwi'uesday the 4th day-of September, A. !>;'1838. . °. 1.. Tlie administrationaocountof George Nebinger, Executor of Catharine Ann Bowers,:ilei5eased. ' • 2. The.administration .ivcouut-of David Bell, Admi.'iiif.trat'-r of Thomas Trimble.tleceaScd. 3. 'l'he-.aiiiuiuisti'iition account of Levi Merkle, AdtBiiiisti^ojLtJlAiiamJVraunesmitliJJc'ceased^—-—:— 4. The administnitioiunGCoUut. of Johu Ross and Thomas ltois, Administrator^ of Samuel Itoss^ deceased. '- - - --•"' -' - ; -. - '-—' 5. The administration ecco'uiit of Christian Myers, Administrator of Ceorge King, deceased. 0. The adminis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

; )..:^l^o?J^_;J«j^ ;ci,"p _.; _... ': THRESHING MACHINE^ - 1 AND RD-ltSE" POWER. THE tubscrlber, thankful for the liberal iinil.cx-. tensive patronage bestowed, upon him by a generoiis^iublic, woulit inforoi his friends tliat he lias extended his business, and supplied himself with'the best materials and woi-km"eli"tliircOitntryxan-producej and tliajt We has succeeded in'effecting a most ValaaMe iSBjprovi'aEBcnt in the construction • of ' the HORSE POWER,, by which it is rendered both more durable aiid safe, while at the same time tltfe speelTis greatly increased, and the requisite force diminished at least one tldrd—fogcUier witli several other improvements in,this Ma-:chtne,-tendiugIto render it more substantial as well as useful. Also, ¦ ¦' • " A®® ©^©^aiitvsa 3^®^' of a superior kind and iipon.au improved plan. The subscriber feels, confident: that any .pne who will be at the pains to examine h'is ' . ' ¦ Improved Machines and Horse. Pou),er, and compare Qiem'with other" co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

.:'....- ZibUGX?3i,. ' .-J-—L raiiioiBJS Cuirc «or ll»c lfthc«- BHsi<a»]u and other PfiSansSi . ¦ ;_ JIUCH need not be said in relation to tliis tvpnder-* ful.remedy, as the proprietor feels-confident that when' applied, it will, as can be proven by the number of respectable persoiV' s, effect au entire, cur.e of the Itlieumatic and other pains. It had not until lately, been liis intention to m:ikiHt^ubUc-HbutJiy_the_rer. quent applications of hisneigllboVs, and the wonderful cures it. has .effected' ,lie feels it a dutpuhc.owes to society as well jib to himself, to make it-TOore generally fcnown.nnd at the same time have it put a near as lie-can within the reach of all who maybeafilicted with that painful disease, ,' , ' ' . . ' Hundreds of naii\es could be published of persons wlio have been cured by this celebrated medicine, butlhe-following-are-selected-from-tlie-massras-be. iug amply sufficient to attest its powers. .-.-. _'i. .lohiiSrove,'"-' "-."David Bender,. :facob...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

-. ¦' '' -TEETH. '• SIHCIOUS METALLIC, Oil MINfcKAJ. 1NC0I> ' " RtffcTIBLE TEETH., ,,.-.'• I Is has for many-ycaro'bcen..n great desidcratjim . I.amonuj European and American Dentists,to manulac^ ture '1 ccth from incorruptible materials which" slioaltl imitate the natural living Teeth.* '. ,, .' Many have devoted years tp unsuccessful cperii' ' ments, and others have succeeded in manufacturing: .teeUi oj materials sim'dar to the porcelain warerbiil . generally they liaveau opaque white appearnnoe,"bjr which they are easily distinguished from the human teeth. ¦ ' . ' . After long and tedious experiments, the subscriber'-' has succeeded inraamuacturingteeUi of materials en-.tirely incorruptible,.nnd perfectly-i'n imitation of bu-' " man teeth. 'I'hcy have a seinirtrahsparency, and orb made df various' sizes and slindes.. ' In .trases -whei'e absorption - of the nveolar process or other causes may render it necessary, lie will c. -.st cf he.same materials attacbeil to the tee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 August 1838

' PRODUCE, & COMMISSION ::'-'w^^ME^wm&:..:': ; 7 Broad Street; Philadelphia. ' THE .undersigned respectfully hiforms the citizens of Franklin and'Cumberland counties, that-h« has ^ueiieiLaAVABEHOUSE in Broad Street, next door above Broad street Hm'l;^orUie.-sale-oLjdljuiids 6f Country Fi-oduce, and respectfully solicits, consigii-.incuts. ¦ From liis general acquaintance, knowledge cf business, and the exercise of his best efforts to promote the interest of. his customers,) lie flatters himself tliat he will be able to render general satisfaction. ¦- JACOB BERLIN. Philadelphia, Mav, 1838; ^~ ' ¦'-*. ."'" REFERENCEiS;' •;"" ' Philip Berlin, Cliambersburg. , David Malion, Esq. ?shippenaburg; Geo. TV. irinics;Esq. ) lr to . J, Swoyer, EffiA Ncwvillc. , - Gen. Sam'l Alexander, 7 r_j;'_i„'•"' " fV. M.' Henderson, Esq. S uamsle' Jacob Rupp, Esq' . 7 Hamsb . Geo. fV. Layng.,. Esq. J THEGIRARD LIFE ilSURANGEj Annuity and Trust Company of PhiladeU - - - • phiai.'i . ' * O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

V^^W^QBBWfflSHft -^ Broad. Street, Philadelphia. — THE undersigned respectfully informs thecitiiens Kit Franklin arid Cumberland counties, that he has opened a WAREHOUSE in Broad Street, nextdoor nbovc Broad street Hotel, for'the sale of all kinds'of CountryProilu.ee, wid respectfully solicits consignmerits. •-, '_- ••- Krom his general acquaintance, knowledge of bu-; siness, and tlie exercise of liis'beit efforts to promote ,tli6 interest of his customers, he flatters himself that -lie willbe able to render general satisfaction. : . ¦" V : ' JACOB BERLIN. r Phnajielphih,May,i838.:ll„_L-l_.--i\.r_^: -_ / _ ; REFERENCES. :- Philip Berlin,' .GimmheiBharg. . ':'_• David Mahdn,Esq.' } 0,C , Geo, JF. Mmes,e\\ Shtppensbnrg. J.Swoyer, Esq., Newville. ; ^Menv-Sam^lAlexander,^ ' ,-> v. . —~ W.M: Henderson, Esq. S C'aT-' ^ Jacob Rupp, Esq. -j-i .) ~, , S Geo. W. Lamg, Esq. \ «»™hpfr THEGIRAIUK LIFE INSURANCE, Annuity and Trus ydompdny ofPhiladet y£phick _ -_ Pj^iX^iChes^i^streeK ^'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

^t&:£JD>MTW^JkW\ ¦ ¦¦ ¦;: :;':;,:"'^(siii !&&&rcaas0 -^ .' :' Returns liis sincere thanks to the citizens of CaVlisle and adjoining country, for the most libei-al patronage which has been bestowed upon him, and wishes to inform the'jiublic generally that fie has replenished his stock pf Goods and flatters ttmself that he will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who will; call'at his Store, both in quality and price of goods; as he is , resolved to sell low for'cash;'; : <¦•: i .^P»H at theold-well.known Sta: nd of L. Harlijn,-ih ¦ «o™» "Hanover, Street, -and examine his stock of :.G<2P4?i aS.lle.feia- general /and complete-assortment of Hardware, - ---¦. ':"¦ — '±.. ' ¦':.: • ¦ •'¦ . r ' '.'A'^ROCK:' WFIN13^j^pWDERv 4)f^ho-besrTprali^v-^hlclrwii^be-sii^t^h^Ie^ , or retail. -._:'!;. ¦•:¦.' J^ | -He lias also theNew Cumberland-Nails-T-butcnU and examine, each one for himself. ." // .' '¦¦ . '"'! [ Carlisle, May>i4,i«...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

^ ps^PB w:;cr'0;Tr r t ::..SAiiE..':;^,;,.; -.,.- ¦ ,:.'. ON SATURDAY THE'29TH-D4Y OF SEPTEMBER next; will.be sold by public outcry, on the premises','' . .-,¦ ,;..' ; r::¦-¦- ::V"i ',-" * M Valuable Tratt of First rate >¦¦¦ •> ^MMK^OW^iiA^D;;;., ¦'¦> late the property of Heiiry Givler, dcceasc^sttiiate ih WestiieniiBbhrough township; 'Cumberland county, containing '.TWO HWY&11ED jWJO FOBTr-PJGBT ACRE$, more p>less,adj6ming lands of Jacob Myers, Samuel McKeehapi Esq.* Brice I; Sterrett and others, ten miles>reit- of the borough of Carlisle, and about one nnd-i half from the town of Newville, and in sight oprthe Cumberland vValley Rail,Road.-y The improvements thereon are a " • -, ^UBs^ ^mO'^^RY. %TONEMfffiTD WEMzm HOIISE M^^il:J*»MWtmU^r^ t^T bujl^fstorte?WagoniSliedjCorn Gribs.wim dther jicoessary oiit-houses. There isa" never-failing well P^aterwith » linmp'therein: There are also two oeOTn|(^Aflp!e~CTchards in a thriving condition. — X...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

-,' MTJOiJfls.": Learned Men not always Happy*—Men »T»ay be very learned, and yet very miserar ble, it is easy to, be a deep geometrician or^i sublime astronomer but very difficult to be a good man. I esteem, therefore, one-whprrihslructs^the^heart.jjut-despiso him who only indulges tlie imagination.!^ Coming within One of it,—.'Did you mean to;hit me,-JsirS'-vsaid > -gemieiheu dining at the Lake a few.days since, as'a sweet potatoe slapped him on the side of his head, thrown byla person a little below. :r^e£;yj>urqpMojni£s^ tended to have hit. the personrsitting "next your; who is a friend of mine.' •Well, you made a good shot, considering,' said a hulf-intotficated wag elbse by. You. came within one of it, any how.* A Whopper,,. We have heard of a man who is so tall, that his pantaTpons ha^ve to be wove ih a rope walk.' He folds up like a two foot rule* and has to getbnhis knees, to put his hands in his pockets. ", .. The Lasi:Scythe,--A Yankee pedler, reco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

:"'%iajiitt»..,:- ¦;=;"¦ ¦ •." ,'-. The " Carlisle Herald £f Expositor}' willbe issued , .' , every Tl^SDAY AFTERNpON.r'at'Xwofloruns, per annum, payable iri advance..' .',._' ADyERTKEMENTSiriserted at thensual rates " ^lietters addressed to the editor,on business, MUST ' ,,.,BE,E08T^I^ID ,effierwisetlicy will receive no aP ¦" ttntipn". ¦'.:'"• ','_.;.•' , ' ,.'.' ¦ . '"J > AGENTS. ."•.::•:•- The following named persons have been appointed „¦ * .- Agents for the "Carlisle Herald 8c Expositor,'? to . • whom.payment for .subscriptionland advertisement . can be made. '" ;D. Shelly, Esq. Shiremanstown, Cumb. Co.: ' Scorr Cotle, Esq"."Ncwville do . . P. Kopirrz, Esq. Newburgh do i. :'Taos. WiHiMEs,Esq! Shippensburg do . ¦ :.-.,J'!PH?jyYJSPJBHSS>^'i3tl:. do- do ¦ ¦---— ».'-...:. J,;M.ateeh, Esq. Hoguestown " do _.-.-*~r"R-Wii.soN',JEsq!..Meohariicsburg,. do '• - '-•- WiiliaM RnN8HA-,-EsqrHopeweIl-~ do ' " , 11. Stdboeos, Esq. GJiurchtown do ' . .. ¦. ; jJr. Asa WHiTE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

JWeivlu Improved ¦m Aiirb. -HbR^p power. THE subscriber, thankful.,for the liberal and extensive patronage bestowed upon him by a generous nublic.would inform his friends that he has ex tended JwbusJMss.nhdlsupplledjbimself^ith'flie best materials and workmen the country can produce, and that lie has succeeded in effecting a most -¦ >i,' / Valuable Iiuprovenient in the construction of tlie HORSE POWER,! by which it is rendered both more durable and' safe; while at tlie same time the speed isgreatly increased, and the requisite force diminished at least one third—together with several other improvements in the.Mnclunc, tending to render it more substantial as well as usoful.^AlsQ, j .---'-^--, .,—(':.-¦ - t ajiL(£>v7iaia' .Mtii(9i£iQtsri8s of a supcriof Wind and upon an improved plan. ;-"• ; Thfe subscriber feels confident that any one who -will beat tlie pains to examine his _"jj_ Improved Machines find Horse Power¦,' and comnare them with other constructions, for th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

¦.^^djg^jy^v^ 0^K^ -~ '"With sweetest flowers enrich'd,'' ' • ; ^ Froro various gardens ouil'd .with'care.7 JVom' the Cammimweaflh and Independent Democrat ¦ -' .:.'¦ MNES TO MIS» A. B. '¦'. .•; • Can I forget tlie happy hours, •"¦•'•-"' ¦ • ' -So swiftly passeil awayj _. ^ . ¦ ^^,; i;..; ¦ Though spent in virtue's rosy .bowers ¦ _ ' : ~ They too must now decay; , ., . -'. Tjien be'-itib! since thou lias said- ', ;- That we. must meet no ihdre,"'. ——TT'hou| h4iopeaio-ttu3rcuts4nauerice shed, ,-•-,. And happiness be o'er. :.- - Farewell! forgetTthat there is one ~~~~ " Who lived alone for thee;.: '.-L- Though banished from thy presence now Will still remember thee.—¦,-• . -Thotiglifar upon the wave of time ¦ '-LLii. •Ro-Sflst.myjfeeble.barkj^- -^11— .".....i-„" The stars ol memory will guide ,- My pathway drear and dark. » S. ' _jPJuUjfag. utkimi_..'„V,_.^„'.'^'4„..-_. j. ..-. -"' -¦". """'"—' ——— ¦", : t . ' __ ;.;'. ¦¦' ACROSTic..^'^L..r". Just in his dealings Viih his fellow men...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

PORTER'S DISHONESTY •V/:::.,.p.'aL-rT 1c; A l .;;; 1 'From the Pennsylvania Telegraph. -..] Samuel Sturgeon** Test into, ny sustained by his-Jleifrh. botirs. .-. ,:" ""' -Some time since, we published the following affidavit of Samuel Sturgeon, in which he exposes the Dishonesty of David R. Porter, who owed him a debt of. $700 when he took the benefit in/1829. - -- -~ The Loco Focos were tremendously' excited at the affidavit^ and denounced it, as in]; the case of Mr., ^ StonebroakersJ,a. vile Xofgery.&^Xl'"''. p~';J' Z~:- . '' < '>-- ¦ We now re-publish the affidavit, with the testimony of the neighbors of Mr. Sttirgeonr^hich^roudly-arid-tnmnp^aTnljrBus tanis hia character and his statement. Overwhelming JBvidence. Huntingdon Countyt:ss, . ; ' Pjir aonalljc^^ the justices of the peape in and for said county, Samuel Sturgeon, who being duly_ sworn according to law, doth depose and say that on Monday the 25th June, A. DV J838, he called upon David R....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

- r^^A^AmMJREAL, ESTATE_ ' ^';-~'~;'."';;.'...':'. For Sale. ' >', Xj^nlis. subscriber-will sellYtpri vate salej a valiia-~.vli ^ble tract of land, situate" in Newton- township, " ", Cumborlamicounty.aboutahalfrailewestoFStnnghs-. -.--town: on the turnpike leading to Cliarabersbnrg, ad-¦dining lands of John Stough and Sarai^B^dwiieller; '. vcontaii.inj '; '.' ' ''¦' V.fc' '.. ,.'.* ... • •. ' ~i^ZTMt si ji'-K ifflitr AxVcfr;;; . '"ofTr-si-rate LttifesTONE LAND* about; fifteen: a'cre»-;ofwhjeh'ure covered .:wilhrthrivinB„VOUN.G TBI'lHK; the rimiinder is under good fence and in-. a-gob;|-'5tiUe ofVuUivatijm} lm^ ~~^ ujfc&L ' ^'• ¦im' &^-oKY- ¦ ¦¦ -Jwi^^RfmSE: r— f^^^^T^^art«l'Siatolc.j;;, ;;y "'"/•¦"T'hei^fipHTOTrffi^ . ( APPLE. OHCHARD. ,.|•¦,. ,', :•:.••.'•'¦': '' -A iy person wjsh'mg to View-tlie premises will call f\yitli' tliesiiBscribt'r, residing in FrauUford township^ "'all jilt Vine mUe north of A'lter's mill,"and a short dis--~^-- biuceifromllettrick...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 4 September 1838

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