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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

MARKETS, Baltimore, October; 20,; 1838.'. FLOUR.—-In the early part of the week, sales from stores Were made at ©8, and the prevailing wagon price was $7,75. Since then, however^ prices have receded a jittlei and sales from stores have been made, including . parcels yesterday, at,$7,87^. Some dealere continue to'ask $3. The prevalence of a copious rain this morning has been unfayorable for put door business, and the market appears flatrat $7,87-|. Some limited transactions from stores have taken place at that price tp-dajr, but it is, thoughts that^to, eflect sales ^ of large_parc^s sometlunlvjess^wbiilbniaye to be submitted to. The wagon price to-day is $7,62s a 7",75", although some dealers are unwilling to give over $7,50. Rye Flour.—-A. few loads have reached the market, and have beert'.taken; from wagons at $5;25. Sales iri small parcels from stores, at $5,50. • ' GRAIN,—Tl^eal.—-At the time of making ud pur last Weekly- Report,; we left the maTKet in an unsettled state, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

MOUSLINTE De Lalr.es nurl Clmllses, new style, juot. received atid^for-talo-vwy. elieap., nXJSie •tore of ,'-' v - t!.pGlLB|-r"|T|7-60L <lye<l hinok ^ Clodii^/Al<M^9W<9'~iP<<iirih ¦V T Green, Invisible Greed iu.tl Citron Olive Cloths, new lot, scllins! at rediioetl iil'lesi'to'ijillt the titnea. . C.QG1LBY.; WATErt-bfoof Bdoti arirl' ' bie^obscadM hud veVy gbo.1 and elieap *}*gffi$j ijllt * _. - -'¦'• -.'•*•*'; | ; ¦':' /"-' "*f*Tr'*i-*i'.^',( -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

TRIAL XJST. List of Causes for Trial, at November Term 1838. .'Firei; week c6mme"ncTng: ori the 12th day of "November; T.Duncan,esq.f. u. vs J. Moore's Adin'r. Wm. Crawford, vs S. M'Laughlin, J. Moore, etal...i_ vs T. Weakley, etal M. Weise, for use : vs J. Cronister's Ad. JohtiGray,-- -7.-,,v« James Wilsoru—James Clark,, .-'vs Jacob Weise, ¦;.•;" R. R. Church, vs George Cart, . Joseph Pbrid," vs'T. C.Lane's Ad, Rob't McGregor, -V« . .,. Same, -Ll G. Harlan, et al ' va W. Moore, et al • 2d week, commencing on the lOth^ov. f—W—Ebyret al.—; vs-SrBoyd; etrrd—-=~ Charles Barnitx, vs; G. Himos, et ul , M.Ege'sEx'rs. vs D. McClure, Ad. George Himeg, • ,. :vs Jacob Keller, ;*' John Beatty, •,. - vs Samuel Beatty, Jacpb Fetter,. vs Sam'l Alexander, Jane Rodgers, ^ vs J.' Rodgers' Ex'r. •H.eirsof W.M.Sharp vs CVJR.R.Comp'y Peier Tritt, vs . Same, R. R. Church, vs G.&W. McClure David Lamb,-; , ..vs.M. Dunlap, .' Simon Oyster, :- vs John Black, Daniel Kutz, . - ". ' vs Martin C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

;----NjBW;-.pqo.DSi,;- CHV.IPER .^HJlJr;dt* ' klR THE .subscriber has jnst received n large and hand* sofac tt5sort|netit of : ' FALIi A1VD WINTER GOODS, which Vie is senimj cheaper riinnevcr sold in. this towrTor conntv. His stock consists in part of Super Black, Blue, fetish Green, C'itrofi, Olive, and Oxford, mixed Cloths; Piainttnd Striped London Cassiniers; < Snlliiic.ti of nil c'olorsand jinal' ilics.- Siiper French, Germari and Engljsh Merinoes* light <jolor<!<l Silks; figured ditto.-new slvl^ Block null lilne black rept- Silks; i black Italian Mantua; A 1-4 do do.supet- ^ black Silk Velvet; handsome colored Silk Velvets and figured silk for bonnets; Merino andbrocha Shawls. 'Super V<jlycl Cords, Beavcrteensj Flannels, Blankets, Merino.and Lambs wool Hose; French and London Chintz;' Silk Velvet Vestings; Stocks, Sliirt-Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, &c. &c. Also, a general assortment of Fresh Groceries, all of which will be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

. M:agniitccnt IjOtt'erV' "'"'" CAPITAL" PRIZE. iio#,ooo. TJte most Brilliant Scheme ever drawn in the United States.. .. AI.BXAimRIAIXKrTE.Rr. CLASS A, for 1838. To os positively drawn at Alexandria, D.C. Satqr* . . day Uie.irthNovcfaber, 1838; , 76^ Number Lottery—12 Brawn Ballets. lGB^nPRIXE ^WOOifi^ I Prixeof . '¦ . 30.000 1 do 20.O0O 1 '--.,. •-» 10.000 1 do <%000 1 <-«>. 7.50O . -1 •...-" ¦ ¦ .--'«u»/ - '" ¦ , 6.000 1 _. ; . do_ 5.00XL 1 do 4*000 ;' 1 • .'¦':'-'. A*'!-¦¦ - 3.740 5 Piixesoif 2.500 10 •«*¦> 2.000 50 do ^ .-i— — 1.O0O 60 do I 800 85,- - -.--.--- -do.:: ... "', 500' Besides prlsei ^250—200^-1 JO—100—80—60—SO 40—and lowest prize J20 "' ."'¦ ' Tickets 6niy $20—Halves $10—Quarters $5—Eighth $%.Sl). •"" '•• ¦ . Cert's of packages of 25 JHflmle Tickets $260 Uo do 2-rUalf do 1J0 Do' do . 25 Quarter do 65 Do do 25 Eighth do 32 30 tXj-Orderi jar Ticlcettand'Stiares or. Certificates ofPackages in the above Unrivalled 'Schemes, will receive die...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

RERALP &> EXPOSITOR BY GEORGE M. PHILLIPS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

CARLISLE. Tuesday Aftebnoon, OctobeH 23, 1838. ' ¦' The People1 s Candidate, " ' - "FOR PRESIDENT, ' Blift W. H. ISWSOi .Subject to the decision of the National-Convention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

...:" DEStRUCTIVE FIRE. We copy the following particulars of an awful fire which occurred -in Harrisburg on'Sunday lastv" -from an Extra' of -the Pennsylvania Intelligencer of yesterday : -^^'rhrce moilths-since it was our painful dtity -to recow tWiTntlestruetion'of lialf-a square of Harrisburg-. In the deepest regret we are again called upon to .perform a similarly sad task. . .. ...'....... Yesterday' afternoon, about five o'clock, afire was discovered inrthe carpenter-slidp' of Messrs. Holl.inan & Simons, (who were heavy sufferers by the late fire,) between Fourth and Fifth' steels,-fronting on the east side of Market. ;The alarm was at. once giveni but the-dry-'Itirnber.burnt.(villi sircliJ'ury,„tka*tJ. fi'f0ie_^ take effect several frame Wildings in the vicinity were on fire, aiid the flames-soon communicated to the school and lecture building attached to the Luiherarn church. The grocery storcof Mrrilutton,- on the corner bf Market mid Fourth streets, Was hi t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

Another Outrage. We believe ' , the opinion is becoming stronger every day, that such gross and unexampled corruptions characterized therecent elections throughout; Pennsylvania,, that justice to all the parties, as well asrto characterjofthe'State and the nation, ,te-;quires tlrat^an investigation should -take place. Indeed the probabilities are that if the Old Constitution be defeated at all, it is defeated by a very small vote, while the re-8tilt,-even -upoiuhisjmpor.tant-instru.ment,-may be- seriously affected ¦ by the -frauds known to have been perpetrated in Philadelphia, and one or two other counties similarly situated, and in which hundreds of illegal votesjare known to have been polled. Under such circumstances, an investigation is -inevitable,- and will no doubt take place. The conduct of the locofoco 'Judges of Phila'delphia alone, will" impose'this duty upon the Legislature, to say nothing, of similar conduct on. the part of similar politicians'in other sections of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

• MARRIED, On thc-lOlh instant, by the Rev William T Srirole, Mr William jfuhloo, of Alteglieny county, to Miss Keziah, youngest daughter of the late Nathan Woods,, Esq. of Dickinson townsliit>,..Cuml)t'rlniicl countyv^^ —-By the Hev D P Kosenmiller, on the lCtliyitistant, Mr Samuel J^ppert,\o~M\si Barbara\Heiuer, both of Frankfort! towiiBhi^ij this county -^-s Oil the 1 Slli instant, by the sprrfe, Mr Jacob Hotter, to Miss Catharine Uizep^ao\\\ of Frankford. On the. 27th nit by Rev^Heiirj* Aurand; Mr JbAn Slolciitor-Miss-Aitund^ynre, boHi of WestpennsUoro' ^ownship, this cpttnty. ". .. _-On .TuesilrfyJ^st.by the same, Mr Jacob Filer, tor?. .merlj-^f La ncasfcr, lb * Miss Eve Furtl, bbth^ of Frankrord tnwiiship.- ™".r~.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

.'•'--- DIED,' '.'" .."i'-' Oh Wednesday morning last, after a protracted illness, Bt'Uic ~ resl9en<se of Ills rjraiidfatliM^Mr. Thos. MvMurray, John CulinMcMurray^^^Hj^i year uMim^0^m^emmimmeta^BmmmmmeawiwmtmmKwttsW^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

'General Ia'ccuih Iflcctiuff. r^TheCambcrland county Lyceum will hold a rptarterly meeting of the association at Newville, on Saturday tlie 27tli Inst..: „ ; V';:' ¦¦¦¦>-: "¦¦¦ ¦-,•-:-/-• ¦ ' ^Xt 2, P.M.; the fo11owliig™<][9e«irm mvba «liscitsscd:—"In wbatbi-anches should Instniotibn lie. given in- oiir Common Schonls." After' which reports will be received from thevarioiis sectional Ly-, ceil rnsj and minerals, specimens of art, etc., exhibited. At7 o'clock, P. M., an,'mWi-ess will he delivered liy Professor. Emory on "The improvements of tile age." ¦ < -'"'¦¦ " ¦ - ThoLycvnm in the dilTcrent-sectlrlns 6f the «6i)nty are earnestly rennested.to send delegates tithis meet-Inrft.and .the frirjiids of education; and public gencralllv are invited toattend. .; ,. ' •"." .-;'. nOBT. CAMERON, i Secretary of CtlmVd Co, Lyceum. \ ' October 16,1838.'..' • L ' ¦ '. . • ' ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

thr?$hpgJ Machines Tjraa-a a!_aA*r.!i)3*3 ams-is^s*!. ^A-tan..' f^bt«e3|dVb^ ¦-:¦.'¦: —THE grracenoom-agemerirLwluchtiie/. subscribers . received during the lust year ,iti the sale ,p[ tlieir Machines, induced tliom to make extensive preparations to meet the increased demand for their article. : No time, labor or expense lias be'cn'sparcdtb procure the ivory best materials trie'ciiifitry' can-afford. Their workmen are experienced and .'of tho first character, and they have ho hesitation iii assuring the Farmers that titty are now. ableto furnish t'lemtvith an article _ri.i-£Qn!yJ. e_qnaU>'tt..decidM^ manufncturetl in.thjs part oftlie country. * For ifpeedy'and'clofl').: threshing; with eaW tp -the horses','they {believe their Machine to be unequalled. Their price is the. same as last year, viz: 140 dollars, 70 dollars in cash and the balance-in six months, for •which, a note will be-required. The machines arc insured for twelve months, or Until tliey shall have threshed...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

^-,ff|t!m#tE^:--:B*L1_USTiJA'rED^ro Universal Picitires ' qtfe At-, ¦ H. bum. Edited by J. -Mfcyei'% in wceBly-'iiunibers.' Eaoli riunlber il.lustrAte.iI.by tw.b; superb; s.teel pngravings from the burinsi of celebrated artists,, , -; The present work .till be one. of thtv most grand andinteresting pictorial nibiiunierits which, have' appeared. ' .' \^ . -. ^'¦'-'' ,,-' .': The views, lot in number, and comprising; every^. interesting spot on'the carili, will all liii perfect jew-" els of the art arid do the highest credit to the artists employed in their production. '.' '-\.'. :, ' '. ..' .': I'.cpuil excellence will' characterize tliq. descriptive Urpartmrut. It lias been entrusted to it'w'ritcr'wlibso^ Kline is now too securely established' hot only iri ontt counti'jv but tlirnugli thefworltl, to be increased by pi-aisu, or eiidniigVivd by censure. First voltirnu, (uomprising the number:! to 52.r—Price twelve ana-a half cents .per number, for subscribers only'. ¦• -"¦•'' ¦ ¦'. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

LOUCK'S^ Famous mre lor the Uttlpciiinati$<B» ami other^aini?. ^ MUCH need Hot lie said iii relatiolilo tTi&w^ ondSrfuj remedy, as Ihe proprietor. feels corifiilent that when applied, it will, jrt can be proven by tlie nunibc of respectable persons", effect -an: entire cure of the Rheumatic and other ^ains. It had riotiiritil lately heeu'liis intention to make it public phut by the renucrrt apnlicatlo.ns of his neighbors, and the wonderful cures-it has. effected,lie feels it a dulvhe'owes to societvas weir as to himself, to make itjnqregeirerally known, "and n't .tlm «iinc time"Siijve it put'a near as He can witliin'tlie reach of all who may be nftlicted witli tliat painful-disease.- ¦ ' -7--'-.-•---'-'— .--Jluudreds of names could be published of persons who have been cured by this celebrated medicine, buttKc, folloWi.ur are .selected from the mass^as beirig'amply sufficient to attest its powers, ¦ lollll Srove. David ncndnrtr.„Jncnh.LJy. -iele. J*. Lintlemutb^^....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

Jtticntt io your Interests!! Ea®n$&®$§, -gftOVCt-HS, h;^'0ii^^9Pr:r-. : i'"jr OPPORtCNlTVisriow otered of siippiying ^ yourselveswithWOODCOOIC'S - "-'•. ^^V; ^afeolj.niJtumg it^mSy-^M&fi ^ Being the best article ever offered to tjie Farmer, in ¦ thi, section of the State. , These Plouglis. will not choke nor carry dirt, and 4lic4lrnfUsab.uutonc«tliir<Ucs%thnntlje4'iouglis.herctrifore in use, two horses doing the work of three, be-. sides it great saving in time and money in keeping them in repair. '1 he point and (share can be put on' ,ip,-fi.v,e minutes, and besides cost only. 25 cents each, and when, dull can be lurried and repeated until worn out; and even (hen will betaken iri part pay for pew ones. .. The following iinified persons are amongthose who have purchased and liscdthc above Plouglis during the last season, to whom Farmers sire referred for information respecting them, viz:, . . -""" lialnilton <<ra>'!s/uf.-^-Philip-Winte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

- , -- .. r '¦ . . , - /..^li-^ilflllBiERJAWD*---..'-.--:--!.': :§®£0\ WMWB zi, • THE subscriber/ respeclfuljy-iiiforms his friends, and the public generally, tliat he has for sale, at his Coal and Lumbcr'Yard, on thcbnnlc ^ of the Susquehanna river, in die tqwii of Wormleysburg, 2000 IBusiiels superior Siliilh -' ^ ;-,-.¦ co'al,. ¦ Pannel rtndf Common Boards. Poplar Plank and Scatitting, c/e. fyc^ 2000, good quality, seasoned Tight Barrel Slaves' and' Heading.' '-v.. All otwhich he will dispose-.pf at low rates, and on the most aecommodating terms. .Persons wishing to liurcliasewould do well by calling.'with tlie' subscribcr^ and .cxamiite his stock before-they purchase-elsewhere, ^' '.' ';, : V .GEORGE RtJPLEY. April 9,1838.—Sm. ¦• .. 1' ' 19 * . WEVP ^ IBOOZIS. : JUgT received and for sale at -Dr-iMyers* Drug •and Hook Store—complete sets of _.-_.:. "Wnvei'ly-Novels"—27 volumes. .-.¦--.--.-, The Hridgownter Treatises. -. Lockhart's Life of Hiiriis. ¦ "• " Sco.tt. - ' • « - .-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

L FilR ISJajLE. , TWO FARMS,'adjoiriihg each other, One'coritaining^One Hundred and Eighty Acres, and the otfierrOiie Hundred and Sixty Acres, of first quality Limestone Land, in a good state of cultivation. Tliese farins are situated on the Letart Spring, "in. South Middleton township, Cumberland county, abputilj miles south of Carlisle, and within sigjit of two first rate, merchant mills on the said .spnog. The improvements(are^ra jJ[f*&L ST'OiNE HOUSE'':",' fflflM STONE^BARN, .",, (^^SE^^a with ' Other necessary buildings. , A further description is-unnecessary, as purchasers win view tlie.premises and judge for themselves. Possession will be given 01. tlie first of April next An indisputable title will be given'. For'lerms apply to the subscriber in Carlisle, Pa. -¦--:-¦:¦--" - ; ANDREW HOLMESv August"2S, 1838.—tf. VAL.UABI/E REAL. ESTATE For Sale* THE subscriber will seirnt-private-salc, a valuable tract of land, situate in Newtpn township, Cumberland county, nhorit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

UTHE;ttiRAR»;. XXr., LIFE INSURANCE, Annuity and Trust,Company of PMlddel. *; "v '.' phia~' .C, -'.\'~ \X , '/ . Office, 159,-Chesimt'street. '""¦'-" ! . CAPITAL, OF #300,600. ':: Charter Perpetual. ": : ' INSURE'LIVES, grant"^H„,„'tf,.s and Endontnents.ana. make contracts generally.tKatinvojvo he contingency of life. AeceptrtWasauUioHzed byftlieeharter,from individuals,corporatebodies.or Courts of Justice, and execute^ them agreeably to tlie desire of the parties, and receive Depositee of money in trust;and on interest. •'• . . •¦' LIFE INSURANCE.—The .term's, are as lowal those.of any office in the,Union. .' Rates for Insuring $100. , -. '"'•-.' ' Age For 1 Tear For? Years Wholtljife .Annually. Annually, . 20 $0 91 $0 95 $1 77 25 -"~r: i 00 ; r 12'" xurm : 30 .1 3F 1 36 2 36 35 i 36 1 53 2i75 .40 1 69 1 83 3 20°' 45 . t 9i: 1 96 3. 73 50.*„¦ . 1 96 2 09 4 60 55 2 32 . 3 21 r 5-8 Further information can be obtained by application at tlie office. _ B. W.RICHARDS, Pre' s't, JOHN ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 23 October 1838

5; Ttp^MOifTH'V MAGAZINE. •'¦ X™ "-The subscriber will issue on the last of'Septomber-the flrstnumber of a monthly Magazine, cn-—titled-'s-TuE AMBiuoAxMusr.tiM OF_LiTEnATunB and - !Tir» AbtsJI' ;whieh>'lll combine the solidity of a re''View^withiSio; lighter miscellany of a Magazine; be-:iaide»;fr4pa'rtiairreviewa of.importaut Works and short ^'i-njitices ofmlnor literary productions by the editors'ttt tSwlijSB^^l^'^yc^^liiiktai'ic-ttt '-.iw'^i^'^iSrrtlBrF; Intelligence and-translations from ^¦Stturjard'»nd ^periodical works iri other languages, '¦ ^iootrihuUid hy wnblestwriters of the day. - ;T|i0 MaMzirieTwill also contain a'series of reviews I df, the works of sucli writers as have; by their talents " lined lustre lipSri American .'Literature. These re-. ' . views will be accompanied by portraits of the authors' engraved on steel, by_tlie best artists. The work-Vili he beautifully printed, witli new tyjie, ujion fine paper, arid vrftf make two„ypjtimes each year, of mo...

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