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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

::t-'W:§)^{W^^ ^mm^^SWmi li. - ^!mteK;MBifainf$:ZZ:ZZ 254 iaiarlfet Street ^ PMftdelj)»ia,'', iJHj > rl •cniista,i)tlynn hand. e.>:ei-y descriplioii <iM3M. .IliEOTIIl.NG.allJof-Svliieli are cut,lrim-; it,and made in a, inanner noj tp bii ^ surpasseil, 'and are warranted'eliea'per'-limn tli^''sa'ri ev quaiity of Goods ate ijiiijily ollici'.cstnblislinient Hi"lhc' Uiiitei| Siales,, Also, cvcrydescniption oI-.Gemtlkmam'j I'Oiinishino Goods nt redtTced prices: Tluise visiting thei itywjlf liinl'it to tlicii-interest >to exninitioottr stock beforeptircbasi gelsewlici-o.' "¦ , . :r "",- BUCK',&. MOORE, / C54 Market felrcct, I'liiiaJeliibini'-.:< September 30,-1846." ..!;-'i.' "' b^^sje^raa^m^^t-GtOTHINGjMPOluM THE nrpiitest.bargaiiis are to In bad at M. TRACY'S OLD ESTABLISHED PIONEKIt LINE, No. _BS Market Slrecl,.HIiiladcl. plua, who lias jusi iinisbed one df llie largest and most complete aalortnictils of FALL anil WINTEIt CI.OTIIlNli iii ibe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

^liBfff 15he Cheapest 1(3|M(i:&i .Mv^; wk^hes ,;y .." |inv^htodet|liici [.' ^ " ¦ '"- Gold Le^er^'.^ill, jeiyallade . .'-.,•., ..,$43 00 Silver LyVersi full joH-ellcd, __.. ._i-__n._.^3_()0-. Gold LeJ)ino8,jew,ollcd,-i - . -. ¦ '7',;)_,po, Silver Lcplr(CB, jewelled, • ¦¦ -• ¦ ts'-'OO f "¦ ". Quar ir.er Watcbob, fine quality, .0 110 '' "Gold Watehes, plain) , ¦ 15 00 Silver Spectacles, , ¦.'..-• -1 TS i Gold pencils,.^. , , \ SJ (10 'Golif.BrjicelqU.T: ~. ,-. '! ..-. ¦ ', . U00 ,.-. .Also,on liarid.a largeassbrlrhentoFGtoltf oriH" Hiiir Brocolelst fingorrings, br.a'st' bins,166^ od^ti rings, gold | Venb. silverapbonsi suglii.'tpng8, lllinililea, gold neck curb and.fob cliulnfl.^liard key»i and jewellery ii every dcscripupn, a-. equally low prices. All I wiiitis a Cfllllo-cunl vince cusloniers. All kinds of Wntobes, and Clocks repaired arid warranted.to kocpgood, lime fur one year. Old gold and filvcrbought for cash or taken in. .exchange.1 'Forialdj 8T7 day and 30 hour Br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

- I , ^ ;^cWWj^giP| ftS^ilV&Sl^ililf f HE subflcfibcrwdbfd respectfully info't-m ' Uio.silizenB!,of Corllslo, and JliQ publi« •oily, that ho still continues liiaLUMBEIt iD, ori-thiwest cnd,ut Main: street at tlie corner formed by the Newvlllo Rood and ;> " Turnpike, where be will at all limes keep <-., band a general supply of vvoll-'selodted Lumber, nuchas ' .*. Bourdg/PlaiiH,S<::ilitllii_,,Ruil<l".?' tneTiailWRli', Slilnglcs, &c. wnficli^ill bo sold at tlio lowesl pribej..' . His stock of Lumber cnnsiaisofa; full assortment of Yellow and White Pine, Poplar and Cherry-Boards and Plank, from common panncl in quality ..and nfdifforcnt-lhteknessr-olsn-Ash Plank; While and Yellow Pine, Poplar,Cherry, Oak and Maple Scantling, ofall si.es from 3 by 34o 6 hy 6;" alstj a full assnrtmbnl of Pine ahd OaK .S'liingloE; also lluilding Timber, of any length and tliickness; Joico and Rollers pf all sorts and sizes, together wilh every other arti. cl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 27 January 1847

___ , ,. .. j-.ri._j". •i>,-V'^^%^^^,w"'^^-:'?^^ ^'-iK'-'-'jZ' - ¦'- • •'•¦."'-¦¦- '' i*_A['' ' ^zzgiiM^ ¦ZZ- ¦ '¦''[' ':'-"-.y' "'?¦' ¦-' Z':Z.:\Z'Z\rS Ti^^iiZ-^r',':'ZZ.^.'Z^ZyZZ^Z?'''- '?¦- County of Cnmiberland^from tlife 1st ^ io f ^iiua% to the; 31st'daynoJ Decemllei, 1846,.^^Am^^-y^. ¦ yZ/^.:.-:/z''' Made by the Commissioflers in compliance With .the retjuisitions contained in Ihe twenty-second and twenty-third sections of an act of Assemby of this Comr monwealth, passed on the fifteenth day of April, A. D,. 1,834. Arid, also^conformity with' tHe thirty-seventh section of thesame act, which reqqiresthe County Treasurer, once .njsyjsryvyear, to state his accQjiijt.and.produce-hisjfouchers-to . the Commissioners, which after examination by said Commissioners* shall be by them laid before the County Auditors for settlement according to law. In-accordance with which, Thomas Bell, Esq., Treasurer of Cumberland County, submits the following as a correct exhibit of his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

- .fli-^w-iwrjli-'^'W'¦.""""•'" ' ""•i-.ij ...,,,,, .. ¦ -l2j.flVu5. '' '" Bt"' '*-"*-'• «H <• :». . ! ¦ .•..'» I. .1 •» IIVV.J' .'.¦' ...I-IJU !....f ;. . ¦!¦- 's3S»^i/ aSS?^^[^SS^ic£^vr l'i DOCTOR WYERSiinaVaaslictater) MillJ)' -naph»if;M«.J.:BfJX0K8ON,'iiihl»W>[ Diuiraud Bonlt liusineis.'« ¦! ¦», ¦ #»-; fl yth i»:iiri>«nB<»ment, OneiofM VERS VT11'bs! •n&lileilMhjri' Cliit'UiuliTldeil attention to tHedu-»is»qCii.i»ftrpffMl<?n< „ii i. :¦•¦ . ¦>¦,¦ ¦¦,.< • Wry^t,Sen^!»'wj, 30,,l84li..-^ra». •¦ ; h »-flWaj^ thicFhysic% : OFFICE': •M*ji/,!, »lrtet'1 J In'1 lliV'fibuVefii'r tfSity 6Scii»Wa b*Dr. Fred.'Eh'rirta'tiV - "OiMW^'Ajtrfra; 1$<& '."' v .,'" • i.: '>tfwj.-i, Mf. I ¦'' ,' \ ' ¦ " ' ' ' ;^TO.W^;JftpWflW»9. . i -4XjTlbt'" jieTfor'nV all ope'rntions uiibrt the T?1 Teeth'that are required for their prcser-Vitrort.vich,, ' fieaatig, rt'Hiif, Plugging, Sic, ^.»lll VeMorcthe losB'oftheni,liv Inse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

Her Ihe-Herild 'i EkpiiftoV? '''':'' HfeHtfoAtt'lHiriai '." ¦ •¦¦¦ The mind of man, ip <ls natMfe aiSfl ils-t» ! pabilitie's, i'6a„Btrftnge ¦otbSttbn';of thaijiAl' mighty poypet which, taa.jorn^^ 'and^ash1-ioned the dust of ivVteh out iraneientj mi mortal pan is ebittpoted. 'ftionght, fe'efinjg, yojiUpn and reagonjng are 'its' aitribntes; its essential omperties are coincident with (hose ot th'er sotal Welf.. Ita i' operations, especially wlieh favoVed by nature with unusual pow. ers, Sre sinking and wdh'delful. Thfe gift of great menial, ability is one 61 iia(pte's ."^ij*'A. cohferrin'ii;'and entitles the recipfiant lo ouv respect and admiration; The 'm}n,d might lie compafe'd irtit's power(.tp a. str(ngetf iiistrument, m'e notes ol.which range.ftnrough life wl)ple Koale of human feeling, begining With the prdinarytone'of cairn refj^tiori,aijd running to the highest pitch p[ fpehng of which the sensibility of our rjalurej!,^. capnblp.— When held by the skillful' orator...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

vi: •r.nMt f— •]_!/• .i tit;ty\-ii <l V-WNV* i/; Mter from eeiK. Taylor,!,,,, - —--¦¦i-.-.lHV^iljW. We lay be(qre;our,re aders th^-t^llifiWsi Jetter, which tejls ^ its pv.'n, 8tbry. tqp jj^piv need any.comment. It is hut jusVitfilityfstt', to its heroic writer, whos-e courage f lftjiJMdg ment ate equalled only bj»: hish°"*»%.4nd - 'morlealyi to state that It'was Written; to^^iBat friend and relative, now resident in'llfiit'Bily, eri'd'eat-'ed to him by very m'a nv yieafj/'pxperi sbrlal iiitim'a'cyi to whbrri ho linbrfsPm'nviTf' h'is pu'r'p'b'sesi bpiniori's.'and'feori.iigs, w'iilipft'lhe least' reverse.'.'This frienJ' woii'Ip1'not^haye (aketi the liberty of making p ublio'a'cBoimufeatibil' Pf 'this1 ria'tuVo, ,dTd n-b(.''th'e'l'recent manifestations of ihe'en'vibus .Tiiallgrii'fly|Jf'tne AdVninistrafibn and irs'-servmi'ts arid?f|iends' tbWftftls the man who'albn'e litis' sav'c^rtheni arid kHe cotiritty from the cd fisequens ees 'of ; theif tashrfess,1 ignorarice , iii'd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

jsg SE»»»saa»s>B»saD«»»»«aMa^ I .....•.'" . '."' 'Man. i"'..8', .*.w'a full *f. beings that are called men. how raie, after alfie'true genuiine-»manhoodi!«»How'seldom do-we meet vyiih one, in our-vaiied iflteroourse twilh so-;b|etv whpis . every, where and at all Umes. -worthy of that highest of-titles, man: one whose smile Is a beam ql the sbnl: whose ,wo,rdsare,thej everfiowingsi of a g'enerdus heart;,who regards, a warm.friend more than aibllmirse; Who not only, professes 'friendship.., bill, in ready,-if need be, tOBhoW.it in solid tokens; whose sympathy in your,sorrow is like the water o'f themouni'mgspring, pure and abundant j ttHpra high soul ilespjses meanness though.cjrcled.by.theiprincely tiara, andradrnires honhr, tho' leaning upon Ihe spade,- and wrapped inithe brown coal Of the cottager!' You will often'enough 'ihieet'with the cortePns smile. Ihe outward tokens ol high genlilily, theJree, pblile, anjl gentlemanly 'Carriage-; but Ihc'y are frequently the.mas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

- i _ A GoodSlorv. There lived lately in one of the mouniain. ons counties in Wentern Pennsylvania manv Germans, and among Ihem, one Henry Sny. cler; and tuvre wore likewise two brothers, called George and Jake Fulwjler—they were all rich, and _e«ch .owned ^ a, mill. 'Henry Sjuyder wassuh^ecnp^fiTsjflt. derangement, but they were not of stlch a nalure as to render him disagreeable to any one. He merely conceived himselflo be the Supreme Rulex ^ oMlie Universe; and, while undbr the infaTuimeu, had himself a throne built, on xvhfch he \at to try the cause of all whoollended him; And passed them oil .to heavop or hell,,as hi*hulh4y»tio'mptPd—h6personating both Judge'aiid culprit. » It happened one day that some difficulty pecurfsd'belween Henry Shnydbr, and the JPnlwijer's, on pecount of their mill;.; when to bp avengbd, Henry Shnyiler took along with him a book in Which he'recorded his judgements) and mouiftod his throne to trV their causes. Ue was-heard to pass the following ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

, Letters froni JTJenry Ctay.' The " Voung Men's^Henty ClayAe«ocihlion of the city of New York." formed in 1844, bf those whom in that ye.ar, first, became entitle'd to vole for Presideiiat Electors is to bold a Ball on the 29lh instant. Tho following teller from Ilk'Clay is in , fepjy'to one addressed IP him by the A'soqialion inviting him lo be. pYbsent on Ihe occasion : ' ¦ • '• NtW Ont.BANS, Dec. 22,' Jsio. _,Gr.NTi.rHfcx-^1 •'h.-ivri'.received -here'ijio invitation to the Tnird Ariniial'ISall, of (ho city of-IS e* York, on the 29l i inst'.jt would aftord rne pr'eat pleasuie to'meet' my young friends on thai otatfan; but, waivh 'g'nw^0 ^0 ^0"'^'03 ^ nC'v ° 'ny^ SCM srt it,ijr" 'P ihe' pity achoT Urk,W,M "fl,»»^'.'«e.lia.sa1is y , leAnnnt petmrl |)ie occasion lb pass b'v mels't;"^"1 ^,^!^-^^^ menis Io the Voung Men's Association for he ardor, the constancy and the fide"",,: eaitnchmenls to me which they do %„ Ihe honor to ente,ta„. \Vc hay J ¦ , -?° aen.lemen as y„„ ,ls,|...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

¦ ¦ %^a^.^;»p^ja-£!Ks ,..il», --iir- ' •'¦•^Si - •PUBLISHED 'fevtetey ^EDNBSDAY^ JFFICE Vn ffo SWn* WiSt'amle o/fee'^Wi Sq<W,bh&of\he Ctifth-tlHwsr . ^^.^moimmtPmN. .; V*" Dfl'al-h, Ifpalifivlthlii'tha yeaV. JnenrtUarforatimonllis. • .• ¦• ¦ Theaa terms vflil |„ rigidly a'i1(i*e-d to. - , ':,. • Rates of advertising;. , jA.dvtrU»enienla,niaklnoflfteenllnesor.lesii,wiil be IS!??? ¦ •'¦ 'i'' (f *? S.f .F,"» """'f*" °"c Inaerllon,-hl-eeitm.srVirOnc Dollar, ahdlwenty-rlve ceiilsfor Vet>Bubfeqncnti|h«ortl6h. YcariyiaHverilsers will necWrtd al the following raw. i. * ' I""" w'" gnejDiAoW,, wIlK lh« paper, fox ope y«ar, .. «25 Halfftfie'riihin; do. dA. . Sis Two fUnntos. wllbqiiarlfrlychapres, ' Sip Duslpcsspanli, wllb the paper, .. \ ¦ #i JOS PSJNTING,0F EVERY/DESCRIPTION Siirb as Unncllillls, Blanks, Circulars and evPry ntlin I her ilescrtpilon of Piinlhiil, ;eieruteit bnftsnmelv orb xpi-il llouslji.and.aj.gie tOWgSiT PniCEB „;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

Fn.m n.Hi^-flXajy-jLix^fc,, - w Tlie Empty TradJe. " '"i Th ",T """-"•"; ",vc in"!"»""i lam. I hi- U.nvf r, f|„.. ,„„», ,„,, ,,„,,, '"": In Hie Aelih of lijrht alioVe.' * " r^r-. The death -of ti little chiI(. is fo „r -m - . er s heart like .he nighnlew'on a plan to n which a bud has polished. The pi, "I •UM'shealinlreshergreeni^.o1 ' ,^ ng light, so the molheris. soul -fathers he n the dark Borrow through which he „ . pass" •"'; » '™«1> br.;h.euing in her heavenly hime As she bends over the empty cradle ami ¦n tam-y brings her sweet infant be foeher i ™y»rdmn, light i» on the oliernblfitp : u is her son still. bM will, the seal bl ,ri morta «>" onh,s ,air brow. Phe |tels that Ken was the only almnsphere where lie p e^ flower could unfold without spot or blemit and she would noi recall the losi. C anniversary of lis departure sednts o L! " herspiril,,,,! f.f^nce'Pear her. Sheindu f -csm that lender gHei which soothe„ "£, «?, opiate in pain,-„|| lho-.,iart, '' ^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

i ^.^^mm^^ ' ' -' '. ,. KJ P I S T X, B}. * r Trtllic Mude otliTistoryvlferched on her clnclewheeled . Oir nver the. door, fronrt.ng the Speaker's Choir in th« Hall of ihe House of Representatives ohhe United Stales. - « *V JOHN qtllNCT ADAMS. MfftE, fliiite thy enr * tnme ilnwn upnn tnc floor And with ihee hrinjr that volume. In .by hand •* Tap with thy marble knuckles at the tabr, ¦ —And take Ht-n-r'^porte.r'R-deak thvjitnnd ; r Send mrtVid thy album and collect a score Orntiloprn|i|iic Killers nf the Innd. Invite cacn Hni«n tirvuhocribe his name, A Kelf-recoWed candtdate for fame. rom.*! ^nrnk ihy tlinuelits, lifttnric m\\9e, nhti tc.l ™ tri'lh of nil Hint piiPBes In ihy sip)it j » fiiiv nh whinr lip-a prrsnrtfiion lovea lo dtvell Point mtt the chnmptoriii rampant fnr the figlii S-i-pKt thnu a unco \vild tnmnltV rnpentn quell. And pnr» all lislrninp with intnns* dnlicht.? Itrhnlri llir.in piilWrlhtr nl llirir roiintry's call-Show mc the mars ascendant. Brent nnd shiaW. Come...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

Workin? dirts," ' ftappy girts—who can.,,but love there-J — With cheeks like Ihe rose, bright eyes,and elastic spp, how cheerfully they gp to work. Our reputation for it, such girls will make excellent wives.—lllbssed indeed W:ll those, m''h, be vyhb iiecure Spch prizes.1 Cpnirast withthesp enptehted, Cheerful,,smtlibg girls those who do np.lbitig but sigli all day an'd live tri fplfo'w ifjefafihbns, who never, parp the bread tliey etif or, the shoes they Wear —Whoare lanspid ami laz1" fiprn one We.pk's bn'd in'the other.' who but a simpleton!and a popinjay would preter one of iffe,latter, if pe were looking lorn companion T Give us tht) working gjr(s.—^They are' worth tljei» Weight in gplij.—You nevor seellie'ft}'niincingjftlbiig, or jump, n do^'en feet.to steer clear of a spider or fly.^-Theyhfiye nd afleciHtibn==n6'J ;fiil|y7au;!r ntfamTlJier^iT 'Wfiptf they meet you, they speak ^ith^ouf pitting oritt doze'ii'siljy-airs.,, pt jtying JplabowqBJo WtfeV'adyiin'tageTliitui yo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

7~ ^R^Srtappt»»^^ Later from Tampico. Victoria Occupied by the American Troops, un-t de> Gen.'Quitman—March aj, Gen. Stiitffi: -. Jromfampia^EnsagemmtAntiapai^pth Mexican Troops—Mexican Force 'FitUfgled at Fijly fhousan&~-'^hirt^Thousaiid pi P«)ji Luu. -, ' . " ';'v ¦ ,i; Washington, Jan. 81-78 o'cloclcy P.'MjPf The brijC Georgians, from Tarttpico, has arrived at New 'Orleans, bringing dates to the 14th instant. 'Col. Kearney arrived at Tampico on the lSth.-direct from Victoria, with despatches from Gen. Taylor to Gen. Shields to suspend operations for the present. Gen. Taylpr had entered Victoria with 'General . Quitman oft The 9ik Gen. Qttifro'ariJiad. driven the Mexicans before him forfhirtyor forty milesbefore entering .Victoria. The Mexican force was very reluctant to give'tip the place,, and only retired atone side.-f Gen. Quilman was entering on the other.— Having no cavalry, he could not pursue the • retreating enemy. Col. Kearney parted will. Gen. Taylo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

FROM SANTA FE STARTLING RUMORS Thp lollowing startling news is extracted by the St Louis Reveille lrom the St Joseph's Gazette where it appears in the*ihape of n letter from Santa Fe, under the date .Nov. 12th, 1846. ' * ' /* Santa Fs, Nov. 12,1846. There is a rumor in the city today, that the Spaniards have poisoner! the flour and meal used by the army, which is ¦said to be the cause of so many deaths. The poison consists of some vegetable substance, with not enough strength in it to produce instant death, but just enough to .derange the 1 digestive organs, and prevent medicine from operating oh the system- If the rumor should prove true, it will bo difficult to prevent atts of violence. If true the wretches must dip. Something strange must be the matter, fnr the mortality ofttfe volunteers is increaf sing at all alarming ratef We are dying' oft at a rate of 180 per month. Mexican News.—There aro so inrtny conttadictpty reports in regard, to the doings of the Mexican Congre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

%tt(»ll«l^^8pi^P« %ir Reduced Terp! The Pferalil'nao- Expositor is noV offered lo subsc tiers nl ONE DOLLAR ANn.FlFyY-^PNT.*. a.yeo bin .nlr wtien paid IN ADVANCE. .T#» dollars i nnt paid In advance. -We beg our frleYids't* remember that irhatne mean by paying: in advance Is paying at the lime, ofsubscrlblng or at Ihe hepnpins of a new year. We hope to. ilnd none'.mMn tor-ilngenerniia eaongb 10 ask for It at (he reduced terras, after Ihey nave let their subscriptions run several months over -tlie.tlme. The Herald-is nnw-lhe -cliVjap'esl-pnper in 'the County, and rurn.isltes ns .ip.|icli reading matter aa ¦ anyniher. Its list nfauhKcrlber* Is steadily increasing, whirli renders it n profitable advertising medium. JOII jltlNTINO ot*Brery dcscriplinn eserule'd wilh the utmost neatness and at the.' lowest priced, with ne*v and rathionahte type. Tho patronage of our rriondssnertfhlly Hrehlic.lted;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

The Army Billi The bill lor raising ten regiments bl Iroops 10 serve In. the War with Mexico has at length passed the United Stales SenatOj but will have to go back lo the House forcbheurrence in amendments. . It will doubtless be a law 10-day or lo-moirow. Hut three Senators voted against the bill. The law provides lhat ihe troops shall be "regulars," ahd. one of ils provisions secures*to the soldier after the war 160 acres ol land or an equivalent in money. For this provision tho Iroops will be'indebted to.lhe untiring efforts of Senator Cameron and Corwin. It is understood the ['resident will grant a commission as Captain to any one Kho presents a complete ••uMer-rol I of a company ready for immediate service. 0"5~ Acliv.e eflorls are beijig made by the friends of Temperance to secure the passage of a law allowing the peopl t of ihe various Wards and townships to decide by vote whether-they "will-have spiritous-liquors sold among them or not. It is hard to tell why so rep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

fM^6n^i^m0 , 0^B: On Friday last (he, first train 01 .rassenger. Cars passed, (»ia£^neWlr>.erected i.rii^e oi thb^feuOTMr}and^Vaj)by Rail Bbad cbwpanj-ftflt •MrlBptjEr,; '"""!! will be a m'attbrttf rejo'iBn^ip^lje^bp ie otlh'is opunty espeofc all|i},lo knD^ltiatj 'aii.unin-errupte^ railro&;d cq^syrijidadpn"^again cslablished to the city^rireii»^l?t* ' 4,'?r<'-ybar8 past merchatij' ciizfe aWfl produce In our flourishing vaife)r have-'tfufTered a>Very considerable tile "'"0 make up the disadvantages occasioned by the loss ol the'rail'Toad bridge'. V. *'*s ~ ¦ The lqrrrter bridge Was destroyed by. fire' on the 4thrOf December,-1844. ;The company immediately issued proposalsWr ifs'te; consirucl'ion, and*on or-about the Ist-m-Janiiary, 1S46,thebuiiafrigof anew bridge was allotted to Messrs Kukbride & Skinner, Well knbWnnnd experienced cqntraotnrs. Owing to the difficulty of procuring sufficient timber, on'account of ihe low state of the river ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 3 February 1847

The Next (JoVfernon Sinde our last the whigs bf Franklin. Chester Pt.d Lancaster llave appointed delegates to the State Corivenlton. The first are friends ol Cooper, and those from the two latter are Instructed for Irvin. Butnw'ehiy eight delegales are yet to be eldcled tb make the Com, venlion full The HarrisbUfg Intelligencer presents a list ol ih'G delegates which have been_ap4>om_t.ed_sb (m, jrnni .which.it confidently claims a clear majority for Gen. Invin, in alull Convention oijonrtebn votes.— The Intelligencer gives tho following recapitulation of its list : tnstrucled for Irvin . o"7 Recommended lor Irvin 16 Uninstructed,but known lobe Irvhrmen 21 Irvin delegates ¦ 74 Instructed for Cooper 3 Recommended for Cooper 11 tlnlnstrucied, but known to bb Cdopef men, 4 Cooper delecates " 18 Instructed for FonAird, . 5 Instructed lor Michlei, 3 A correspondent of the Intelligencer, bn the other hand,presents a very difTerentstate'- ment, and one which is more favorabl...

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