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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

'rSMIfflS^^^ ^fl,7^0llD!S^I«r\ir^Liili^ VI tp" CHERttV BIT.'^JBBS, • ' , 1* rtE.a'n Inlnlllble MedlSiie fpr'iiyspepaiabr ;/\ Indigestion, the ui.ifersal colnplBiut, Hcad'aclic;Depi^isiHiWSjplriIi7PiinplsaaTrd"F^Slllle roirihu faef, Hubituat CoiniTen'esat Kh'euAiatisni, Aft«!ctipiisof.th*-BliflhIeii-*iid.KUlne>*^; B|lipl!» Fevers.' ll is a pei'l'ect prcvenialive,of llilious -and -Western Fevers, and the.besV.remcdy.ever used lirrestorlng llret^tieiit, after being prostrated by Fever, fee. Erysipelas; Enlargement, qA the Bones, Fever mid A^uu, Flatulency, foulness of Complexion, (jenei-al Debility, tor, general prouralipih caused by disease, piediciue, or, indiscreiions coinmillcd in youth, abbei-i-atiou ol tniud, coiifiisimi of ideaSjlosBofmemorj, dimness of vision, a hopeless expression of countenance) -mnlfurtlrtrclass^f-iliseBsirgenerallyTiliislincdl^ cine lias iicvi-r had lis equal. Gout, Giddiness, Grav«;lrlni|>iire Bloodi Jauudicei Lois ot Appetite) Liver Complu...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

DR. DAVIS'S cotiimmjnd sneup of WILD CHERRY AND TAR. Fiw the cure, of Pumonaru onsumptum Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Influenza, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Dif/tcidty of Breatlung Pains indie Drca.it or Side, Spilling of Blood, Croup, Wlumpwg Cough, f-c. rriHIS Medicine is rapidly gaining a deser J. ved popularity In Affections ofthe Lunga Tho following certificates, from-respectable citizens of Philadelphia fully attest its merits. It has performed numerous Cure's in severe ca. sea and where the usual remedies had failed tu give relief. Philadelphia, September 20,1845. Messrs.Tliibliison, Collins & Co.:—Being afflicted, last spring >vith a very severe cough, with pain in my "side and breast, aorenes and weakness of the lungs, shortness of breath, losaof oppetile, &.C., I tried varicus remedies, butWflfilgood cfit-ct, my cough still continuing ond growing worse. Such was the distressing nature pfthe cough that I could not lie iri bed hljfht nor day, but was obliged l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

' v*^~ -*m^^tm^V** ^mi**i** *''<^**''* »J I mmittilm ¦ ••• ¦ ,- .---7of;prti:p7AijE^rfiA:,,,: „;, ¦ „.->. CAbriJrP^flitMoiKtlOO.dOOCofiWJiiafijtn ¦¦ p:J AiOJlte'\6H Qheiiiiitetreef.,- '¦[.\¦•¦, '",",,. ~ ItfAKEiNSURXNCEr59therp;er nianeiitorflBlR lieil^gaiiistl08sbrdBmagCbyftte,onr.l,*ROPt!KTY aiid.EFFEC:iS_ofj!VAi-y.desCriiitlo n):iittSWKor Conntry.on the most.reasonableterms..—A|.pllealionsmade citlier persoiiolly or'byUatteri'Wtll be proiiriitlyutfendbdtb."i ' ' ;*- " '.-" ' - c -.;.:.,..f'-, -U.-Tq;N.iuANCKfiK,PWstj " .-..: 77'."' -AA^-^ -'-¦ ¦-^¦¦i 7 Rates of Insurance Reduced I. < .. ¦'iWfrVJPEitWSroibJb-' iiiSK:;.. ¦ % ; '• Brick or Stone dwellings or stores from . aitoSpodepoa. _il» do Churches Si to 3 do do do Taverns . 3 lo 4 •,.. ,do ., • do;, ^..do. Barts 4 lo 5 do' .-do' no.Stables (private) 4 to S do do - "do Stables (public) 6 to tl do do do Grist Mills, Wafer • Power, 7h to 10 do .vmruM. nisK. Brick or Stone dwellings and Furnitiircifrom 30 t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

i' *f\tm i. u'1_Liu"."."''i'W.s>iV"a»r"-~~"~~*'' " ' ' ,"~~ *"*"n -n-^- ¦ NEW &, EXTENSIVE LUMBER AND 7::,,;;e^M^ il\; ¦ - fTIHE' subscriber would iresp^etfully Inform ^Jf-. the'eitiiehs'"rif CSllsle,.apll~tbe7) puHic fcenprJiHyv that^ho itlHcbntlrtues. Ms LUMBER Y-ARft, on thei^est eritfof'Main;«lteetlaV(he ebrher' formed liy.:th'e7Nowyille'Road andl.H,,. 'l'urnpiltei where he will at alltilnes Kebjifi« hi\nd a 'genbral^^^supply.of *ell-s«octed'^uniBer, nuchas '¦ ' '"'"- •"."¦'",' "7 '-':' 7' .7" 77'. 7 Boards, piank, Scantling, BuIltU C 'ingTimber,' 8li|ri_l*«,,&c,; which will bo sold at the lowest prices..'. 7' •"'¦His slock of L'umbe'r cpnslstsof ^ flin assortment of Yellow and WhUe^fi'iie,'Poplor7and ChTiiTv"Bo^d»^"PWnl^rom'cbmM''1M*oo In quality, and bf different thickness; also A*h PliiiiKi Whltonnd Yellow Pine, Poplar,-Cherry; Oak and Maple Scantling; ofall slzes.frbhi 3 by 3 to 6 by 8; also a full assortment of Pino and bak Shingles-, also Buildin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

Siiilffil^BfiSii ¦ ^ in ssiasWpssi.H«iy«ia itkttii "ii ii i | mslijinii i |a Hi>ii CLOIil^^^HIp! ^r'-^i^^itnohAsiijMgA 254 BIark»t Street, FhlladeIi)hP Hi^ v^-xbnstaiitly onhanil every rtescrib' tfrin ^1 CLOTHlNG.all of which arebiitit&rir — tl,and made in a.muCncr.jiot'to:be surfjiaa'd} and nro warrnntedclicspur.thah:lhe taiieSlrfity of Goods are in any other cslrihlislinieb^g.llff Uniteil'States;. Alsii,:cVel^.UcMrintibr_BfflBfe1t-TLKMAB's'FunNlsiliKo Goods at rcdu«||Mr"icds. Those vlsitingthe city will finil it tot^ffiljittre'st fb examine bur stockbcrorcpurcliusi'toeiVewhere. . ,, 7.7BUCk;&;MOORE. V, '..'...¦; S54 Market 8treet,f|?liI|aJelplili,,.. 1 Septembera0,,1846., ... ,, „ .,,..„,; IJiOTJHI NOWff? JUM rtflHEttrcatest. bargains are to bl had at M. JLr TltACVS OLU ESTABLISHED PION-1 EElt LINE, No. 298 Market Street; Philadelphia, who has just ftnialieil one of the largest anil most cohipletc nssorUncnU of KALL and WINTER CLOTHING in ihe city, consl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

^^IMit^iliiMptM "i ^t^^PSpjij^y--l ^^^l^SKSil -^peape.st:blocteo/-Hardwar€revct .brought to Carlisle!.! Jf! ~^iH,,rl MOHK-Xi^X.SE^i^lfuUvfiinfo^s hl» <y friends and ttm public gen'eWlly-tlitit he jibs just received Irotn the oily a Splendid slbdk.'dl HAl?nvyi,RE,- = CUTIiERV,' SADDtElM Cheap Pajnls, Oil,' Varnish, 'ic'ssbibh'hV1 ii (jetermjned to sell cAe'of er than ever. A .' \ His sleek* consists 111 partol tlie followingi ' 1 Builklng muterinls, sndi,>B:li,dtlisr Mitign, and Screws, nails and spikes; winc'oiv glss s, of all sixes. Carpenter's joblMfalljkijidsinicli as platiesj-aawsrchisbls, augurs, brscrs and bill, composspgj su{jiSrlorKs6Va5p¥per.fy*addlry, a lull assorfihent cohslsllr\g-of: b'rns,r pjfcict| and .Japanned HailiossiiiouniinW.sad'dle trees, liltS st.rrup»rbuckels, hog ak'in*,"raVr".Wdi';.>J,ftst0 Sj"A^.C J ,blh!!t Mak'ers'' maicrials such aS.MAHOG>NY VENEEU8;'»il,,i.;,.i.j iVi" bogany knobs, drawer and chosl Ioikn, Bidslead-sertwsj-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 6 January 1847

7 ..7©fflMijW'--©©l____ffi:-_-; .;:vSi^erL.evers,fiilljewelled, 7 ' «_;o0 ; '-Gdld Lcpincs.jcWelled, '",' " " 31) (Jfl ^Silver:L"cpihes;jewelled;7-^t^';" 15 'flO^ af.-'.'" *"; Qaarfe,erWat,oBei,fiiieq\iaUty"7^ ¦ Gold Watches,plain, 15.00 •• .Silver'Speblaeles,' „ '1-75 Gold pencils, 3 00 Gold Bracelets, . 4 00 AlBo.on Iranti.o tarfefeassorltnentof Goldahd' Hair Bracelets, finger rings, breast pins, loop ear rings, gold pe'tis, silverspoous, sugar,tongs. tlilmhles-goldncck curb arid fob chains, guard keys, "and-jewejlory .of every description ,a< equally Ipwfpfices7 All I wautisacallloconl vinco customers. All kinds of Watches and Clocks repaired and warranted lo keep good timo.for ono year. Old gold and silver bought for cash or taken in 'exchange. For sale, 8 day and 30 be/at- Brass Clocks, tit . Lewis ladomusts Watdi,*Clock andTewele7y~SiorerNo. 4l3j Market-street, above Utli (north side) Phif adclphip'."' t IS^.l have also bn hand sonic Gold and ^ Sit ver Levers, cheap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

tobs. ";;'".'<'. ai.-jB'SKr <^i_,i_-aa(__ar^«__iiiB>i__ii<»- Y^OCTOH MYERS has nssociateil hislj-fl If nepli-W,Mn.,l.«K..IA(}RSON,inliisVir' Drug ii'ir.1 llootllusin.Bs. . ££ Hy'tlilihrrmgement.noetoV'ft.YIili'S'Will lit -..nlile.l to gftc his uiitliviill'fluttei'ition.to theilu-;¦ Tics ofj.h, tfr.qfesslon, ¦ ', >- ¦ - Cvjj^ySentoi^liei'.SO, lS4G..-3inSi , ' J^M-,®® i_©o-3_3H_p_p_| 3 : " iljiheSipthlcPhyslcin. ,, y OFF*IGE: Mnin?street, in llie hooso for tnorly occupied by Dr. Fred. Ehrmnn. • Ciflislo, Ahril S, 184G. - *-- - - - Mk 2Iff"(_l72!i@®SillS9 ".' W IIA. perform all operations upon the I'eetli tliat are rei|int't*(l lor their pres-i*-. V'4tion,siich»^ .Scaling, Fiiittr, Plugging, &c, ftr will i-L'stm'e the loss of them,-iv' insurtlng-Al'-' MfeiM T_ilt1), frnrn h single Tooth, to a full sett. ilj-Ouiee on P;tt street, n few dool-South oldie Railroad llr-tel. V. l\, I).-. I.ocmis will he absent from Carlisle the.last tend >y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

| S_-____^>s>! d^A! ^ ^ mB &Mti$sni$ PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY.. . JFMlCEJn.ihcSouthWest anghofthejiitlilit Squm-i! , back o'llie Qmisllmw-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ¦ ¦ «• Jne Dollar anil Fifty cents nyearlii iBVAWcB. I wo. Dollars, If pnlil tvlthii. the year. _. )nf nollurfor nix monllis. ,, . - ... Tlieseferiiiswillliorlgi-lynillicrcilto'. ' ¦ RAT.S0F ADVERTISiNG.V' ? , "' , Advertisements,making fHVoorf lirie/i or'less, will be -Hi>rg-tl nt tlictnle of Kinj''c6nts'ri>-rtino ihsi-rtlnn,— nrce llincs rnr.Ono !>oI!->, nnd liventy-flve emus fun rcry mi.liflciincnt ins-rtinn. Yearly a'ftvertlsers will lie cliarncd al llie rnllnwiiifr rates: One CnJ!ininrwltII'tlin'jf„n'er,'fo'rnn--yeari '-- '#35 Ifyiira.cnliHiin, ^ .tin;, ^.j.^ . dn..„ -,.: ... .#13. TH'oSiinilrciiVwilirqiiarlcriyrlinng-s, »10 Business Cards, wIt!i-t|iViia|ier, ' ^5 . JOS PRINTING. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION/ - Siirll m |rani1l,tlls;-|1lanlen,'Clrrulnrsliiii1 ev-rj'/otliir 1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

ttUV.EU.K.JWS MESSAGE 7o the Scnate'-and House of Repitscntalkes : Gentlemen :—The Legislature has nssembleil at a time whj;;li is (listinguintied igr the generaland prosperity, of the people. While we deplore the wants and wretch"giliieca of niimiieia ol our race, resulting principally from llie influence of unjust governments, wc arc enabled, by comparing otir eomliiion with theirs, lo appreciate the inestimable value of our own free institutions, am?-tfre moved |o unite onr^ratefiil hearts iii adoration and praise for the wonderful goodness of our Heavenly Kullier, who has multiplied our civil niiil religions blessings, and has not only' preserved us from the horrors of waul, lint has enabled us, onto! our abundance, to ii-cd the hungry, and has made us a.great and a tiappy people.¦¦ . ' " Siiiefi the last adjournment'ol die General Assembly, (lie peace which had so long subisisled between this nation rind the oilier nations of the world, lias been disnibed by llie wai benv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

""¦ Ww $$M&%$^rr Highly Important fromTThe Seat W" - - Wat. ...r.l; V^y 'Advance ot Stintd Anna \ijtpn.t}en.. Worth at Sallillo—Gcn. Taylor Moving to the Support of General Worih-^-Goncetitration of U. b. ¦ 'Troops at Monterey. ' J- ,.';-...: . I'flio-New Orlenns.papers of the 2d inst'i •biuig impmtnui intelligence from the seat Of Avar The Delia ol the .2d inst. says:—Capt. Brown'ol the schooner'Itobert Mills, was. informed bv C'-'aptWrmld, of the V. S. Army, 'thatSanla A ntiajjif Ihe head of 15,000 Iroops, •was on his wav an.. .. imin lour days of Sallillo—nnd-that'Gen. Worth."UrihWfe to maintain his gromid-against such -overwhelming numbers, was1 slowly falling back in the, —(Virocuou:of ^lolllftl'(ty-P^^--llJaLt_-^_-^_y_g •in-anticipalibn of iui attack'.on that city, was foityfying it at every assailable point. 'It was also'stated thai Gon. I'liltbtson, who was on his march Irom ;Cnmargo to Tampico, being made awnre of the stale of arlaiis, had '' countermarched Ih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

• Clay aiitrscoif. * Gei. ScOltaud Staff weie to loaVe New Orleans (or Tampico on Ihe 23d nit. Speaking of llie presence ol Gen. Scott and Mr. Clay iu that city, the Delta says: "Tlio Crescent City is now honored wilh tiro profieneb o'f two American citizens, who", ilia dark" and eventfnipnfiod of ihe-history o^the-rounlry—Ibe-war^f-ltrt^TSTW'ttlrtfe mightiest nation on earth—performed their lesriecttvc parts in.the great .drama df that epoch. The eloquent voice of Henry Clay was heard, in liumpot lones in Congress in advocacy ol the war policy ol President •Madison: and at Chir)peway nnd Lundy's l.iHie.JVintield Scott unshcalheil his sword, • and won imperishable renown, in.gallantly and successfully combaling Ihe llower of Ihe ""BiiiisHarmv?'' 0^7" An election took place at Pittsburg, on Wednesday last, for Colonel, and Lieut. Colonel of the Second Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers. There were three candidates lor Colonel, and Mr. Roberts, ol Fayette county, was elected ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

touiity Convention. The proceed iugs-bf theJVhig County Oqnvenlion which metiri this borough dri Monday last, will be found in to-day's paper. Dr A Stewart, ol Shippensburg, and J. S. Paulj of Monroe, were elected ttepfesenjaliye delegates, and James Kennedy, Esq.,'to be presented to the Conferees as Senalorial delegate. No instructions were given to the delegalesjbutthey were elected by the friends of the Hon. James Cooper, and aVa underst i od to be personally friendly to that gentleman.' This vexed question, is therefore! settled, for our county, and it is the jluty of every-whig lo'cheerfully abide the mult.— The Convention also passed a resolution instiuctinglhe delegates to support our townsman, Major Joseph \V. I'atton, for Canal Co-nmissioliSr. Somb ol the townships had instructed their delegates to support Edn-ard M. Middle, but he had previously declined being considered a candidate. M r. Patton is therefore the only candidate from Cumberland counly tor this station....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

Sfiiir«*i&tiiil^ilili^^^ V ThreughW^ii^t^^rt'pn*dl" t"^^' i^hU^^'li^^Ki^^iviKiasg^S, . Civil^gin^ii^i-^ently: emp^ed 'to. 'fcrt^snrt^'i-ptaavpasii^iieaiAtoBu^ 6«mffe» iije;'jiurw»8b..0f testing its ^rSctitfabilil0fp| a RaiiyRoiad Irom -SMppensbarg tp tiuntingilon/;' )Tho ultimate' object of?thesuryey wMlpaBcerLain^hetheta b^ttertoute .mighrno't thus-be-fecured for the proposed' Central Rail Road than by following the Juhiala, aa> proposed iii Mr. SohVfter's report, tliusby addftthe/Camberrahd Valley Rail Road"fhlm Harrisburg to Shippensburg, the line proposed diverges north to the Roxbury Gap;^nEeTllue"KittatiiHev Weoniftitr, nnfl eitHe^iby~i»Scending-tho--MouhtainJ»j__iji this, wl«cV di-ides "Horse Valley" from "Amberson's Valley," or by pen-lraling it by meaiis of a Tunnel, it is proposed to pursue the latter valley, through Path, Tb-catfira and A_gh*ic» Vallies, to the Jhninta fifver | near Drake's Ferry, and to join Mr. 'SchWtj ter's survey, a shortdistantfe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

Wb'g State .6»v6hlion. The Whigs of 'Perry send Lindley Fisher aS; tepVesentalive, and' John II. McClintock as senatorial delegate, subject to the concur-- -_ . .f f,..n.ltA.I....,l__l.._i-,.j.t^,l Inr..I^an. IKHW- _» -UUlUuiimiM.*™.,.^irU4.1G« .«. ' ——H* Irvin. York county sends John Evans as Senatorial, and Barton Evans, Jacob Wirt J. V. Hoshour as representative delegates—instructed for James Coopei. Mifflin county sends Ner Middleswaith as SdilillOrial, and James Criswell as representative delegate—instructed for Gen. Irvin. The. delegate is also instructed 10 support Jos: VV. Paitob, bf Cumberland -county, for Canal CommissiBner. Bradford county sends J. C. Adams and N. C. Mercer as representative delegates —classed as Irvin men. Butler'county sepds Geo. W. Reed"—instructed lor Gen. Irvir..— Luzerne sends Sehien T. Scranton and Henderson Gay lord as r_presen!_llV- del.gnl.s, instructed for Gen. Iivin. Greene county sends John Wells as representative, and Wm. Bailey as S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

_.:..; kti^^it^^ ^SilS^^i«^^<>^k 's' A'! A iktii^0MM^^^^y^0l^: y-l^rai'iy^W^ forming * yo_|p(Hii^or^m Iftqijies^lit'iipjiSs^ feiSitf^d'in timeas;l:db; i)6t1ind;.il hf '^cfer last.paper,__. .As;Ijhen. stated)uMrv Coopes was constrained to acquiesce in.ttfe wishes ol the great, body o.i -the- Whigs and snfler. himself to be elected. Speaker oTtHe.'ftouse. Mr'ACpoper is llie masler-spir'it of ourpailiy here.tapd the tender, of tflfe?BffeaMefalj|p, to him waa a spohlaneqtlSjifd:'co<t|ilil 'frfoSwill offering Irom die,.'.) rvln-men,, ns^eilAairSir -own-friends.—ftis aSdffess dp fakirigttttfChaiislnicls^rife'iis" an exceedingly elegant ande»tesmanhke eflort^ I enclose itTb ybu,,as \ 'find it in the 'Harrisburg papers: , G_nti.kmen : In assiiminfe 'the duties ol the station to which I haVe biftfft, elevated by your partial kindness, I feel that my-first obligation is to express toyrtn my grateful acknowledgemeuls'Rfi- SO distingiiibhed a ' mark ofcbn'fi«leiide.'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

ol.lhi | f^M^.! g^^^^ 5/^ThlMil^^tth^jcall Standing 'edffiijM^l Jfe^gaies^iecied-b^^ sSv«t|aii.5((ra-^||oypughs and townships of /y Cum-erifflil 'cpotetjr met in Convontion;in th'e [ bprotgfi of Cirlisle, on Monday the 11th daytiof January;' insl., for the purpose of appointing itwo delegates to represent said counly in Itie Whig Slate Convention, which meets in Harrisburg, on the 9th ol Maich, to nominate candidates to be supported by tha - whig party for Governor and Canal Com--ntssiorrtnY' On motion, C_lM-i IAN STAYMAN, fV Hampden tp., was called to the chair, and 1^^^Heinpteir-Brid:-JaViies 'WcCullougS* - "i_pbointed"_ecretari-sr^y—^""T— ' : The .foflp'wlng "persons then presented ^ credentials \5f election, and took their .seafti - as memherS of the Convention. Allm-rR«l*ett Bryson, David Conver. . \ \ Carlisle—West Ward; Jacob Rheem, W M-, Porter. • East Ward, Jacob llret-,.Jacoli • Hcjffen v- ',','-'•• .'< ¦>' ' Wesl Pcnrisboro'—W m. A Iter, Peter Ritnsr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

WEJDNESPAY, JAAtiiVRY.y--, 1847. ..'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

Our Reduced Terms! The Horolil nnil E»l»*,SIl;., !?J-n 5->.i«l _L. I,.rs ut ONE UOI.I.AH A ftbTlFTV^CENTS « yes buifflilywli.il imlillN ADVANftR. Two dollnrs I, nntjitlld in.dvsnee. Webe(nnr »ta"*","/W"e.!*!;, Ihnt what we mesn by psylnf Jn ririnnb pa. In* nl* the time or»uhscrlbfn« oral ihe beijlnnlns or • new, yel_:~ Wd-«npe to-nnd-nono_lnca__o_JlD»J»_fflisj enough to n.k for II nl Ihe reduced lerms, alter they; have lot their snhscrlnllnns run several months ..over tKe"-tWief-Ttrn-|lernM-lrnow-lhe-rlleiiiiesl-pn|»t-lnt Ihe Counly nndAiniislies as nHieh raadlm miitter a* nnvoitier.Ilsll«ior>iili»criW,r» Is steadily Increasing, wiilrt, renderwll n |irnfilnlil(i,ndve.rlislnir medium. JOH PBINTIPfR of «vmy dese'rl|inoneir.«iled w.llh the inmost oenlopiis and ^ nl Iho lowest firlrtis. wilh uMv and fnshlonnjile type. The pafronal> ot dar frlcmlsspoctfillly sreolWIIed. (j^j-A hand-om_ arid good PIANO FORTH for sale, on reasonable terms. Persons desirous lo p...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 13 January 1847

Mmr^&^>Mmi -'.-:.- CoSrespoodence of Iks Uniltd Suui. Bmati,:' Saying a^itlpftigs »t ^ W^KLngtoir. -¦¦•¦ -'„ . WasiiinctOM Jan. 9. 1846. . . 'ATTACkONGEN-.TAYCOR. J_JJJl.ihandler,-Esq.-^I-te, v,e-Wen-av _arB. tor some lilYie past that iho'Cabinet were erideavpnnglo-.xeitr- 6r;^u"dic«, BgaiiistTiBir Taylor, and to thnrwlnrion him theresponsibihty oflt^pjtffjacleiLmanner in .whichithe war has been conducted against Mexico.'—Tlie odium ^ wjiichy is; heaped ¦ npfln their shoulders istMdiniingtooenornfc' usforthem to bear, and they fire sirivjb' gio divest themselvesof Ihe burden ai?_ throw it uoonsome body else. .,W* KiVe heanl tehispers frSw the WhlfcKHoase Irpm time lo. time, that General; "Rq^sr was'Wo dilatory. . Tho.se whisper- .were at fiist scarcely aiidible^-and. -werergiveiTout in broken hints, as it those making them; were fearlul'of ineetfng an m> dignant rebuke; but they have become more and more audible, have been uttered with more and .more ...

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