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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

^MiiiPtlifa.-/: E. High Street, a few doors east of thi ..y Court House, CARLISLE, "^Tliersubscfiber haviBfe.>leased~tlie-abPve-"namedestablishmeht from Mr.. Sinion WunderUch,an<\ hav-. ing provided himself with every thing necessary, is hosLenabled to accommodate travellers and others in a" style Uiat will not failto please tliosc who-may favor him'with a.call.' THE BlR AND CE1.L.AR will'r&eive his special attention. -These', will be kept eonstaiitly provided with tlie -best of LIQUORS, THEL.ARDER Avill at all times beabiindantiy supplied, with all the Tielleacies'-which-the^season-arid market_can afford^ arid no exertions will be wanting to please the palate of tiie most fastidious; "•":, ;: THE STABILES are commodious and secure* and. a careful and attentive hostler will he always in attendance. BOARDERS wHl.be takeriby the week, month or year, on the most reasonable terms. * A strict attention to business and an anxious desire to please, will, he trusts...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 18 September 1838

TAJLUAE^E[tmAl,ESTATE ; Fo.R.SiA' XiM.:¦¦¦¦¦;.-~—IN^ pursuance of Uie 'last will andJtestament..:of"¦'' ADAM »"((>Z,F;lateoftheboroughof8hippensourg, deceased, will be sold atpublio sale, buthe^remises, on Saturday the 29>A day of September next, A Tract of- Limestone Land, :.' CONTAINING ABOUT ., ¦¦"'¦¦'¦ ---:. ~ OOTri3CfmijR^ ——ACRES,,situa^e one and'a half miles northwest of Shippeiisburgv a reasonable part of which la good wood Iand._T.he. improvements are" a . *¦¦. gJhsA. One Story and a Rait ^MJUJMStone JDwcllinghoufie ijggimB AND Z0&B4RN. There is anOrchard'and well of water near Uie idoor ofthe House. Sa'fd tract of land adjoins lands of David NeviirfSamuel-DrHenderson-andTithersr—r- (g="Sale will commence at 10 o'clock on said day,, at which time Uie terms of sale will be made known by "DAVID WAGGONER, '.. -i.' l ¦"-.¦.:.- , '-¦ Executor. ; August 21jl8.38.—ts. ' jJTIie "Lancaster Examiner & Herald" will insert the above three times and charg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

THRESHING MACHINES, wtaut s»&&ot)»9 asasm^va® »A©iasffl f%pxiJt-%Mtom* " THE great encouragement which tlie subscribers received during the last year hi the sale of their Machines, induced them to make extensive preparations to meet the increased demand for their article. No time, labor or expense has been spared to procure the very best materials the country can afford. Their Workmen are experienced arid"bf'the'firsf character, nnd'they have-no hcsitation'in assuring the Farmers that they are now able to furnish them with an article not only equal hut decidedly superior to any other manufactured in this part of th,e country. For speedy and clean threshing; with ease to the horses, they believe their Machine to be unequalled. "Their price is die_same as la_slyear,_yiz;^JW dollars, 70dollars in cash anil the balanoe in six months, .for which a note will he required. The machines are insured for twelve months, or until they shall have threshed two thousand bushel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

;„..:.„... ¦.;.¦, .f$&$3ffifKj. ,J:.A\ '; "¦ For-Rentl tlie hiiuse now bpcupicit By'Wei. wihscrir be'^iri West High;;.Strcct,X' arlisle.'"Posksaioii cah behaa^me.titi«firitIte'm6nth-;of.-0.ijtobqr.'. -j ¦;; ;: ( 'I ^teTOsapply ^ ^y^^^ j^ I-^Septemberiiri'SSS; ••¦¦:'r ." .';'r:':: :'' ,'';, „ ,,"¦'';'.' ^I^^T-^CIllCapfSlVlh^li^fffllVK''' ;'',!';! r.,-FRENGH"mERINOES.«re olTer.od: 4ower_,for jjash.thajxthey,oyer.have been iirthi's'mnrkiet liy ,, ;;';Sept: U'/''.' _; ; ;',' •; ' ... , ARNOLXJ «t CO., - ¦ 'riic'Best an<I-:(Ci»v;i[>cst ^I«siihs.MeacJied and unbleached/for sale in townjby — s;$epVW':"i-'-:V.;.!;! '"-; ;. ARN0IiD.ci;CO. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

'-¦ : ^«^sii2a@^^a,s-:'.' S'l.L K & 'ff TJ B' -H~£-T ., ,.IIM1®^J^1 I»^ ': I'EIi^Itl j. WEt jtiY, -RETURNS his sincere tlianksto the oiti7«nsof Carlisle, and its-vicinity, for the liberal patronage wluch lias been bestowed upon him,.and solicits a continuance of tlfe same.' His shop is now situated in Hast fEigli Sfreer, adjoining tlie Drug gtpro of Samuel Elliott on the east, ami John H. Weaver & Co's. store on tlie west, wherc'he will constantly keep on hand a large assortment of Fashionable ,.."'. Pur and Silk Hats, CONSISTING OP , Beaver; :&t:fer, Seal, Nutria, Musk'rat; Plain Russia arid Brush ^=mM^s^±Ez^ OF -A fi Ii >? « iiOIIR S,; All of hiV^wn kahufactin-ing, which he will dispose of at lo^f priens,. ' ' " ¦' He flatll'rs himself that, by strict attention to business and a disposilioii to please, to merit andjective ii share of public patronage. _ '' • _ N. B. Military caps «lll be manufactured to order, on rchsonable terms. ' J* ' .' Carlisl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

,-V--;:-^-^LOir<BKJ!Sr.-'. .'."- Famous Curci: tor Hie JRheu-»iatism and ol|ier P ains. MUCH need not be said in relation to this wonderful remedy, as' tlie proprietor feels confident that when applied,-!! will, as can be proven by tlie numbe of respectable persons, effect an entire'curci of tlie Rheumatic and other pains. It bad not ifiitil lately been his intention to make it public; but by tlie reqiient applications of his neighborSj'nndthe.wonderful buresit lias effected, he feels it a duty he owes.tq society as well as to himself, to. make it,more geileralIy.knowh,andatthe.8ame time have it nut a near as hVcaii.within tlie reachofalHvlKMnay be afflicted witli tliat" painful disease. Hundreds of names could be published of persons who have been cured by this celebrated medicine, but the following are selected from the mass, as-be-. ing'amply sufficient to attest its powers.' JohnSrovc;. David Bender, JateobL.Nagle P. Lindcmuth, George Fisher, John Alsbaugh C.Stoncr,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

TEETH. S1LICIOUS alETALI.lC, OR MINERAL INCO'l RUPTIBLE TEETH. Is!lias for many years been a great desidcratur among European and American Dentists, to manujac ture Teeth from incorruptible materials which' shoul imitate the natural living Teeth. , -. -Many-have devoted years to -unsuccessful- cperimentSjjind others luive "succeeded in nmuufacturinp teetli Stnimlvi i.ds similar to the porcelain ware, but generally they have an opaque white appearance, by which they-arc easily distinguished from the human teeth. . . ..'/. .. After long and tedious experiments, the subscriber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly in imitation of human teeth. . They have a semi-transparency, and are made of vai'inus sizes and shades. In cases where absorption of-the aveolar process, or other causes may render it necessary, he will cast of he same materials attached to the teeth,"artificial gums, which' shall imitate the gum and supply the loss of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

PjOETRY. —:-¦: -J...^ L-. -„— ^„ ..,_.. _.!..'^ ¦ "'' ' -^ "With sweetest flowers enrich'il. "j From,various gardens culPd with "care."1 -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

^•.^:7P:o:LiTic:A:L;v;r .;-;; From the;Pennsylvania Inquirer. The Great Convention at \ Pittsburg. THE ENTHUSIASM OF THE• PECfs PLE—RITNER & RESUMPTIO;V. -,¦*¦¦ Pittsburg, Sept. 5,1838.. TNever was sticli-^ithusiasm-felt or-dis-{ilayed in this city, ^s .during: the last two days of the "YburJo Men's Rirner Convention.- Never were the'people 80"thdrotighly convinced, of the_ mistake (to use a niild term) of the Loco Eocos, when they declared that the. majority of the citizens were" on .their side.!. Never, was there a gathering of so great a body of the-industry, respectability alhd intelligence of Pennsylvania as attend'ed'this soul-stirring assembly. And never, under arty circumstances,' did tlie people ^ ofrevery region of the Commonwealth :send delegates to secure_the^electionWLa^iruer,ihimoreiJiQni est republican, than the .manly Farmer Governor—JOSEPH RITNER; Our citizens "are fairly awakened to thei*- triic.interesJs,V_esp£cially-si.nce' their feelr i"S8\ princ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

pf AnolSicr- Bisasdl ^fl'^flSly^P'fi'rc--men .osBt tor' Siilsacr. ¦ ;. "W.e""yesterday gn^Ttlipraddrcss forty two'^iU^ns^tlSusqtiehanna, renouncing -Porterism. and-"taking decided ground in ¦favopofthPFarinci-df Washingion Cbutity, The ball-is .still in: motion-. >We ttf-day ha'e tin: pldasifro of. spreading .hefore our ireaders the names of SIXTY of the Free: men'Tbf Milton, .Northumberland County, who, at the. last.Pontest, opposed, but who "now rally among' the friends of Gov. Ritner. . The extent of this accession may be adequately appreciated, when .Wp.inform tbcreaderiihaUhe borough of Miltpnpolla butXWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY VOTES. This change, "therefore, is equal to'more than oiieTourtli ofTlie whale population in the ehjpyincnt of the'elective" franchise. The revolution throughout the Commonwealth is no doubt equally" great. The people every whpre are donouueing the-Radicals and their leading measures, the Sub-Treasury aiid takitfg ground for the honor, interests...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

dyspepsia anil; filypochou- . ' In teresit'i'ti' §\ Pure! >." '- . ]Mr. William Salmon,':Ore()n! street, nhove.Third street,"Philnllelphia, nlllicted for several yeniis.jyitli tliefollowing distrt'sning BymjAcms: Sickncus at the stomachj liead-nehe, <li'zxinesaj: ](al|iitiilions of tlie lieart, impaireil apjictitef aomefrnies neid iind"niiti;eseent eructations, coldheas and weakness of the extremities, emaciation and general debility,-disturbed ^•tvst^jiJejisj^fjOTMsiii-ennd weight lit the stomach after ealiiie^nTghJmiii^T^'eTitrrmeiiUiWcspoiidenc.y^ severe Hying .'jiauia "hi the.chest, haek/niid sides, cosliveness, :i dislike for sneietv, or emivi-rsntjnn, involuntury sighing and'we'epiiie;,laiiKor and Jassitnjl.e"ujHjn the least exercise. - . - ¦. Mr. Salmon had applied to the most eminent jihy"nicinna,-.wlio considei-ed it heypud the power of meilir cine to restorehini to health ; however, as liitrAlllictions hud rediiced hi iii to a very deplonible condition,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

;.; ,."^"la;Mi^C'-'^ The " ddrlisle Herald ii Expositor," will be issued every TUESDAY,AFTERNOON, at Two Dott.Aits,per anxtam, payable in advance. ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the usual rates Letters addressed tojiie editor,on business, JtUST BE POST PAW, othirwlse-tlltey Will receive no attention. - '. > T A&MDITS. ""-• ;":—---"^ l^hc following named persons have been appointed Agents' fdr_tlie_J« Carlisle Herald tt.L Expositor," to whompayment ^ for subscription and advertisement can be made. ^ D. Sheily, Esq. Shiremanstowh, Cumb.'Co. '.Scott Covle,Esq. Newville- . .do P. Kooijtz, Esq. Newhurgli do Tuos. W. HiMF-s, Esq. Sliippensburg do" - John WuwbEhLiciij Esq.' • do. . do J. MATEEft,Esq. Hoguestown ' do. '-'—'- R. Wilson, Esq. Mechanicsbiirg, do " William Runsha,'Esq. Hopewell. — do R. Stuboeon, Esq. Churolitowh do • , Dr". Asa White, New CumbcrVand do Thos. Black, Esq; Bloomficld, Perry county.' A. Black, Esq. Landisburg.... ^ . do j__;_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

— :TrT--^#J^Jt^J»jii_,__ L" THE snbsdriber wishes to rent his MERCIlANT' & GRIST MILL, with i run of Stones, situate on the Susquehanna River, at the'mouth of the Little Juniata Greek, with water sufficient to drive, it every day in the year; every thing in^Hrtellcnt prder. The building is of stone, three stories highland is within sight ol the canal at Duncan's Island and favorably ^ situated for obtaining graiii by the Pennsylvania Criual, and of the snrroundipg country. : Possession will he given immediately or in t2 months. Aeferancff-^-Frederick Watts, Esq., Ciirlisle: Pa; • ¦ ...">¦- AMOS A. ,IONliS, . JVfcar Clark's Ferry iR ,0.. Perry county. ' August 14,1838.—'3iv*i ¦'¦ '-- ' ..-'•-• _.'¦ • -'¦ ; SIL.IC ITEIiVE^S^"^. >rai-0on:, Qireen and IidlorxdiSilk Velvtjtsi suitable for Bon-Wets;,very^cheap.it me.tor^f-^^gr —g-> . y. Sept.it: - ',,"-' ¦ '¦ .;„.-¦ ¦"' '"• ¦ I' ". ;:_ ¦ , '"^,\ ' i^::WPT^OI^:;^: , TilE oubscrib'crj.nnxi.ons.to settle up,t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

";;! :sifi^3pto^jiii^p#S;'',-v: 'K W^'<y-m<>(}. Of,«ll,(?00,, ...:., , , ;-, '' . 13 D^n'lfos.' in eaph PiVckajje of'SB'Ticketa. ---v.1" 'wfer-' j&Hfa'&a&lLM&yi;;."!:',"'" ¦ -Fo'remiowirig- Lccsburg'Aca'tlemy aiid for pthbr" < - . ','";¦;/ f-;T,;.-_-V' ,v:purp'». se8i \'\--vr-t '¦ •¦ '.-av-\ ••.-.•.: . ' •'. .;.-...' ¦ ¦ :¦.... CJ-w,«9'6/?« 'Wh.-*'¦;' 'id •¦;i'-.' - > -To be drawn at Alexandria; Vii.on Saturday, the ,/.-.,'!•,. ;!T H."" . .^jtli:6f;Sept.; MSi-'::'J- '.'-' ; : --': ;^,;;;:.:: '.,•'.-: .-: ^nit.iin) *ciibme.". '. <.; •': _-'" QAPJTAU$30, <K)«, lt>,0:00j.:5^&(l 2,820!;JUOm-izes ,.-, .. .pf:i.uurt,_50or,3pa,,q0 ^ of.^,t£;y:.<&c , !jn: 'TiekeVSoSlV^lOifealyeB-SS^QMrtera ^^ Cei-t's' oM\UWi'of'1 SO -WliolevTiekets'$146W ;:Do.& !(dQ.!jV >;h:86JHnlfvf ^frto: ;M"'.£'«°0 YDo...,...„'d^jrv.1:V-;^;8i'»^®^?}^i'mS*)fl9 ' n^OrdersyorT/cki-ts aiul Mares...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

' ; . Aiiam^MMiX^W^^m^ Filber'tefdr sale by"f ¦"•...-.;* . ¦ '•'".',-;".{.--, :n^i ';:<.¦ -*s. '.-.-jli't T';;.- Jc,y- ',-'.¦¦. CHAS.-:BARNIIZ-' -j 'r:M»y-l4.!-'^^V>; V^jr0'f^:,- f r"'^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

1 For the Herald £4ExpotiUn. -' ~~~ ~Til(nT311mv!^*ncnith thy-elrobping shade:. .-'_._ Retired from'golly's giddy thrpng, " _ I'11-comc lo^cmjrLPoesy's aid; - c " . -— -Sweet-pfitrpn of myi-ural song. •>-.'¦-'- -¦¦ ¦' This bower, where,Philomela's lay .'. Isearrolled forth when day is done, ¦ Shall hide me iiviin the scorching ray ' -Ofnoon-day's most unwelcome sun. . - . - ;* . ' . " ¦ ' ,;"- ' '' . - / • ' Amid these rocks whose surface rude Is cushioned soft with verdure fair, v Where noise arid bustle ne'er intrude, . "'I'll lie forgetful of my care. . ' I'll mark'the spot—a-hill'abore , '" Willi sheaves of yellow harvest cj-ojRned—--'One sturdy elm'within th& gro\;eiv^. A smiling landscape spreading round. 1 Now, when tliou see'st'my measured pace, "¦"*> - Approach across thc^erdiint plain; Then wave thy top with modest grace, . > And bid me.?'welcome.back.pgain." THE REVOLUTIONARTVOTEHS. [In Northfield, N. II. on the day of election, nine revolut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

p-gj^pj^flfltfjj^^ .A r >¦_ ¦ jjrWl^lWWJtUlil-iyg TH E' & T OS "E BMK'E fi 8 ¦ . SUSTAINED. '.•' By the, following certificates, which we. copy .from the.'Huntingdon Journal, it. will be seen the character of the Messrs.'Stonebrakers is .sustained- by their neighbors—; not the single certiff-NiK of one or. two ^ heated paptizans,' but of db^stis on dozens. ^These. are- answers.to. VViUhtm-Hopkins, Riclwnl Jones,'Daniel He wit. J\s ¦ Martin Gates, the other cerlifier^sjate's positively that he never authorized sucftxa ^ use of his'hame—-that he never saw such a "paper—and'that' ho docs not agree to .'its contents. • "' '-"•"7 " . '. ".. The truth, we believe, is, that they "were allmanufactured .wi'ihoutthe. signers seeing them.. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

TOTHE PUBLIQ . We_the undesigned, being menibers_of tlw Metlioclisi E"pis'cbpai"CJuireTrorHuii .t-7 ~ ingdoii County, Hiving heard -our-Brother-JoTiu Stonebraker, :Senr.'s, character assail-: . cd, vilified.aiid abused in the public prints —rdeem it our duty as fellow members of - .'the Clhnrohr^to^wliicluve.belong,', and to sustain thecause of truth and virtue, and 7~ thereputatibii of an honest, good man, to contradict «thc assertions attempted to be heaped upon"the character of .'the said Jphn ' ¦'¦ Stonebraker, Scn!r.: we-therofore,-irUorder to disabuse the public mind in respect to '•" the honesty .and veracity of - the said John Stonebreaker, sen'r., state for the information of the public, that he is, one among ._. the oldest members "of the Methodist Episcopal Church in this County, has been:a member of said Church for upwards of thirty,years, and has always since we have bad_anyJk„nwIejh2eJ:pj"Ji^ elevated character for truth and vcraciiy7 ""and; as an .'upright Chr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

HIS NEIGHBORS Colrain Forges, Sept. 4..1838. Whereas - certain statements ajje in the •'" public prints, injurious to the chtftacters of of the,Messrs. Stonebreakers of this town-- ship, which say th'at the Elder Stonebreaker —is dead, and his son John-H.-Stonebreaker , .." and brothers are rascals and scoundrels, and ought to have been in the-penitentiary long ago; and statements are made purporting to be certificates of Win. Hopkins, D. Hewit.Martin'Gates, and Richird Jones, ' that trie. Messrs. Stonebreaker's affidavits arc entitled to no weighTaiid ought not to^ bo-believed,- which are all-malicious falseh6od3.;;We= the- \mdersiT»neiL-citizens of Franklin"- township, Huntingdon county, re'sj4tffein4hejuyn^ inV^rtrssrs. Stonebreakers, and being personally; acquainted with tliem for many years', their general character, conduct and reputation,; solemnly- believe 'them to be" men of, of Veracity and integrity, and that they would not make any statement to the public; not st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 25 September 1838

.HENRY FULTON'S AFFIDAVIT. -Huntingdon'cbimtj/' r s&.~~ •'. .;.»-: Personally"itppearedbefore"me the.subscriber ^ oiie of thd"Ju"slic6"s 6f"tlie"Pea&ein and for said county, Heiiry Fulton, who being-duly, sworn according to law, doth -depose and say, that he wont "as an apprentice to John Stonebraker, Sen., in the'year .1808 or-'1809,rthat he sprv'ed out his apprenticeship' of - three and a Jialf years," and worked and lived with hjm nparly all thd time for seventeen years afterwards; and was living with him at the time David ^ R. Porter^took the-benefit-of-the insoXenl Jaws; that he recollects very well of Stonebraker telling him that Porter had delivered him (Stonebraker,). his books and valuable papers. And he also, recollects, that James M*Murtrie wanted to get the books, but could not—and he, deponent, has frequently .stated those things to' some of his neighbors—that he, deponent, is one of a family of- sevenchildrenjleft orphans—that John Stonebraker was...

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