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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

INTERESTING FROM MEXICO. —Oiir-atte.ntive-correspoiidenfs-of-the.Ne_w. Orleans.Bee and Commercial Bulletin, have furnished us-with late and interesting intelligence fronj Mexico. The blockading'squadron was in a bad cphi'litibh. " Tliesciirvy aiiil fei^r'pFevailed to a great-extent on board of several pf the vessels, and a'number-both of officers and sailors had already fallen victims to these diseases. Thc'first Lieutenant of the frigate Ipliigenia, was among the earliest .of those who succumbed to the epidemic.— The second, secretary'tp_ the embassy, was likewis.^dead.- 1--Two frigajes and three brigs were at the Sacrificios.— The -Lauder, Capt" Decamp, himng-brokevrherT.able^on the ftth September, was driven to'sea, and had hot reappeared. At the departure of-the Erie,, on the 20th ult.. there were about 2000 Mexicans iilFort Sail Juan, and, 3000-Or 4000. in the city of Vera Cruz.' Of this number, however, the greater portion was composed of recruits' which had. been--levie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

HERALD teEXPggltOR. BY GEOItGE M. PHILLIPS. . .'¦ *¦ ' ' ' T== ' == "^TcarlTs l e; Tuesday Afternoon, October 30./1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

MARKETS ¦ ¦¦ Baltimore, October 27, 1838. " J JO^UJR-jr^lLlfec a^^rt ofjhe week -^sales from-swres-w!ere_jnntle„-at57j^,.ibut since the receipt of the English advices by '.the Hibernja, the market has assumed more ; firmness, aiid thppyincipal pales from stores "hayetheehTmada'at f7,87i. TheHemand .is limited: ^ We. qiiote that price .to-day, ' although some-holders ask $8.' The wagon i price-is $7,50 a 7(62^. ;.-/* I Rye /YoMr.—rWp hear of no operations. 17- GKkl^i—ffheat— 'Ihe.' shortness oT I S-iipplies. at market * this week has made 1 -Wheats scarce,-and has kept up prices at-a relatively higher .rate than the Flour market wjould seem to justify. Oh Tuesday a. parcel of very prime Virginia red was sold at $1,73, and since then various parcels of good to pdnie_..Virginia. redsj including some to-.day, have been sold at $1,70 a • ¦ 1,72.—A parcel of very superior'red was sold to-day at $1,75, but it is not.tobe taken ai a criterion of the. market^-the fair quotation frorh g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

..:. !„'I hcFa riiicr?* Cabinet, Devoted to Agriculture, Horticulture and ¦ Rural Econojiu/,! ",--. Published by John LmnT.No 45 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia; price; $1 lier year. Monthly subscriptions taken by .lonv J. Mykus,.Bookseller, Carlisle, of whom, the 1st and 2d Volumes, in strong binding, may be obtained ipi'ice $1,25; Also, - THE XADIES' GARLAND, ; Devoted 'to Literatim, Instruction, A-' rnusement, Female Biography, <$-c. - ¦ Price.One Dollar per year, monthly. - For- thy first Voldme of this work, we had 12,000'subscribers;' subscriptions to which may be had as above. Neatly half bound, Price $1,25. • ..... .. . ISAAC NORCROS, Agent. Carlisle, October 30, 1838. A FARM FOR SALE. -. THERE will "be sold atpublic- sale onSatUrday the I sttlay of December next, on tlie premises, iri"Ne\vton township,. Cumberland county, a farm containing 200 Acres of Slate Laud, of the best quality, bordering on the limestone, witliin one mile of Ncwville. and one-fourth of a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

"-NEW ©OOD'8~ CHEAPER' TUUMJV til VMS R< npiHE subscriber has just received a large and hand-J/^ome assortment of FAIili AJTO WINTER GOODS, which-he_isjMlinB cheaper than ever sold in this town or county. His stocsreolislBtsin part-of ZZSUper. Black, %Iue, Polish Green, Cit ^ fortr~Qlive^~dnd~ Oxford mixed Cloths} Plain and Striped London Cassimers/. SaMincfs of all colors and qualities. Super French, German and English Mcrinoesj light colored Silks; figured ditto, iicw style; Black and blue black rept Silks; i blackjtalian MantuaiAA^Mo-do-. super black Silk V«lvEtj_ httndsome colored Silk Velvets and figured •ilk for bonnets; Merino and broolia Shawls. Super Velvet Cords, Beaverteens; Flannels, Blankets, Merino and Lamb* wool Hose; French and, London Chintz; Silk Velvet Vestings; Stocks, Shir t-Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, "tkc. 8to^ Also, a general assortment of Fresh Groceries, all of which will be sold on accommodating terms and unusually low for cash. 'Purchaser* are...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

Magnificent JEottery. s CAPITAL PRIZE. v iido^ooo. The most Brilliant Schpheeverjlpaun in the UniteoYStatesr AL.EXAiO)RIA IipTTERY. '•.'¦-. ' -'-GLASS A, for 1838; ¦ -^ "-. .T_o_bfl.pOBUiielyLdrawnlat Alexandria, D. C. Satur* daytlie 17th November, 1838. :~ 7G'NumberLately—fifDrausrrBallofc 1 GRAND PRIZE OF #100.000 1 Prize of 3O.00O 1 ' >> 20.000 1 io 10.000 1 do 8.000 1 d» 7.500 1 '- - <te 6.000 1 *»' SlOOO 1 A*-.. .. 4.00O 1 , <Jo 8.740 —5^-—^ Eriiwe-of-—:—r-- »-2*500 10 do - 2.O0O 50 . . ¦: <i» , J.OOO 60 d8 goo 85 •. . do .. ,• 500 Besrde* prizes or$e50—200—150—100—80r-60—5ft 40—and lowest T>rize'$20 Tickets only-$20—Halves $10—Quarters $5—' Eighth S2 50. Cert's of packages of 25 Wh61e Tickets ' $260 , Do. do 85 Half . do . 1J0 Do do .: 25 Quarter do 85'" Do - do E5 Eighth - .do S3 SO \T£~r Orders for Tictcefiianit'Sliares of CerttficaTet of Packages in Uie above Unrivalled Schemes, will rcceive-the most prompt attention, imd.an offic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

¦ H W L The People's Candi^aie, ~ 1 FOR PRESIDENT, 6EN. . . MRRiSON^ ^^^^mtg^^^^^^^^jgprf^^atK^^K^oB^KfKttKtti^K^i^fmtwTiyii tnrvfK j (rj=Oiirattcntiouwas arrested this afternoon by the I aaundofbuglcs^. which we found, on stepping out.pro-<eeded frpfn a detachment of U. S. Dragoons, about <-venty in number, under tbe command of Captain ; Sumner, who were, marching thro' our strdcts: They area fine looking set of men, mounted.on noble steeds, -: ¦ well uniformed and accoutredj and arm'e,d to the very teeth—each raan.haviiig abroad sword, a pair of pisT ; tols, and a carabine slung on. his right side. They made a very martial appearance, arid will leave this ' place, we understand, on Friday next for the west. (Xj^Thomas Hartley Crawford, Esq. of Chambers- • burg, has been appointed by the President Commis^ ' sioncT,of Indian Affairs, inthe.roomofCarey A. Har-¦ ' ris,^resigned. -:—^—..^-—t_.J^— l_, * ^^=-—-" ' - 03!^*° learn from the Clinmbersbiirg Repository, j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

MARRIED, in Carlisle on Thursday the 25th:in«tan{, by the Rev: P. H. Grecnleaf, Rev. Wiiliam H. Odebheimer of Philadelphia, to AnsteD. RaSiiAW,daugnter of ihc late John R. Shaw of the U. S. Navy .-This morning, by tlie fte,v. J. S. Ebaugh, Mr. ioKS LouoHnEr; to Miss Redecca Bnows, both of this vicinity. J -. ¦'- .-¦;;.--'^t— . ""' '"-;"'- ~'~\' .r_. -^- ' On the 18th instant, by the Rev. Js TJlrich, Mr. David GitKEif, to Miss Rachel Peffeh, all of Dickinson township. » ¦ -..•¦ w: On the 22d instant, By the rame, Mr. Wiiu^m CiiorELL.to'Mrs. MAnoAnjT YEiLiTjall of Carlisle. -^-4DniV^dnesday-eycnmg.theJZdi_injia.nijiearJDljam^ bersburg.bytheHev. B. S.'Schneck, the Rev. Fnr.nrAncK RiHAUSEit, oi Tiffin, Ohm, formerly of'Chambersbargrto--MrsrHASKAa-KiErFEn,:of_F_rankliiL: county, Pa. J ..." ' .;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

. EMQKT &GO'S. - 7 Bank Mte antf Exchange Office, JVo.3, Calvert Street, Opposite Bamum'tr Hotel, Baltimore. Extraordinary and .Unparalleled Lottery. ¦v"--1'" CAPITAL, . . ^100,000 DolIars.| The largest and most Brilliant Scheme ^ever prcwhted-in the£Uuitcd-Statc8^--Prizeadver.o-miHiop of Dollars. BY AUTHORITY OF CONGRESS. AI^XATTDRIA LOTTERY. Class A, for 1838. •" To be positively, drawn at Alexandria, D. C. on Saturday §ie 17th of November, 1838, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Under the Superintendence of Commis-I — siohers^—: ~ir- r^ D. S. GREGOBY.&;gO. Managers. , 76 Number Lottery, 12 Drawn Ballots. Scheme. > . ^4-j-p^^ ©WOiOOO—i»--$100v000 1 '30,060' 30(000 _ 1 - 30,000- - 20,000 1 ^ /- 10,000 lfl.600 >v . 8,000 8,000 1 \ ' 7,500 . - 7,600 I 6,000 ^ 6,000 1 ..'6,000-..: 6,000 1 4,000 ' 4,000 1 * 3,740 ^ 3,740 j>. 2.500. 12,500 .10 _ 2,000 20,000 - 60 1.000 ¦ -60,000 60 -'--'• ¦- ¦ 800 , '---"-48,000 85 " 500 42,500 126 250 - 31,500 126. 200 * ¦""'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

THB£SHING MACHINES, waaita aadAtsrisoa asa»aavai» a>Asaais ¦¦>¦ -, -mwfttpQtotv. ¦ - ¦ -^-:- ' THE great encouragement which thfc subscribers received during the last year iii the kaleyof their Machine^ induced them to make extensive preparations to meet the increased demand for their article. No time, labor or expense has hern spared to procure the very best materials the country -can nflbrd. Their ¦workmen nee"experienced and of the first character, and they, have no hesitation in assuring thel'ariners that tliey are now able to furnish tliem'with an article not only equal but dccidcilly .superior to any other manufactured in thin part of tlie country. For speedy and clean, threshing, with case to' the horses, they believe their -Machine to .be.nriequa.llcd. "Their price'isthe same as last.ycai;, viz: 140" dollars, 70 doilajsjn cash and the halinaK.i'> six-month's,, Ipi;, " which a ntite.\Vill be~&.f&frVnV» Th'r machinesare insurcTtoTr-tw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

-1gffimB%fi^&&w& tember.tlie first number 0f.1t monthly Magazine, en-. titled<,'TnB Amebican JIuskum of Liteiiatuhe.a.nd . TBE Abts," which will combine the solidity o£ 11 re-- view with tite.'lighter miscellany of ri JIagazine; be-M sidesimpartial.reviews of importaut works and short ^-nbtioes^^minqrHtei-ai-y-xiroiluctionsby-the-editQp.-ity T-^ilteoadw*06 essiy6> talcs,historiettcs, poetry, liter - ;'ry and-.sclentifio'jintelligenoe nndA4raiislationsdi-om; >^tai«!ar ^Bn< ^ periodical works in oilier languages, ^contrinuteiby.flleRblestyritersioftheday. " •=.--— 7 ^'Vkf6te-W»K&zme;:wlll P'ao contain a series of reviews •i!;ij tKe.^eorKSi of''^S|jK writers as have; by their talents :v'shed lustre uponvAmerican Literature.' These reviews will be. aceompaniedby portraits of the authors, ' ¦venBravedon.'stc'el, by tliebestartists. The work will ' - he beautifully..printed, witli new type, upon fine pa' ¦ ¦ " Bef and -wHLjinak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

^¦iiiiL§iE-i.::"r; fTLI.L'.STRATF.D—a Universal Picturesque Al-B_ bum. Edited by J. Meyer) in weekly numbers. Each'miivibcrillnBtniti'd-by-two superb steel cngra; rings from the burins of celebrated artists., ' ¦/< The present work will be one of the mostgrantl and interesting: pictorial monuments-whiehuayc appeared. - i .''^t. ' ' Jliio views, 10+ in number, and comprising every interesting spot un the earth, will-ajHie perfect jewels of-the'.arl and do the higlrost-crcdit-to the artists emploved in their p'rodtictioii ^ / "', '. Kqu'al excellence will'.characterize the. descriptive j'lepal-tment.' It has bcnj)-Siiilrustc.d tori writer,whose V.imVis-now too securaly established, not-only. In out country, liut-.thrni.igH the. world, to be increased by pVaise, or endang-cred by censure. ¦ ¦ First" Volume^(comprising the number.1 to fi2.— P.rice'twj;lyi: jiiul a half cents per number, for subscribers<only.. " , —l^Mi*Jiw).by-rjlu>. -Nor(luAm^ Inititution. , • K....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

¦ «S'§l>jel»siav a«<l Hypociiondriri i J* ai'isin.: y Inter.esting . Cure! - Mr. William Salmon, Green street, abovo Third street, Philadelphia, afllicted .for several -years' with the'following distressing symptoms; Sickness nt.the stomach, head-ache, dizziness,- palpitations of the heart; impaired appetite,1 sometimes acid and putrescent,eructations, coldness and .weakness of-the. extremitics, emaciation aiid general debility, disturbed rest, a sense-of pressure "and \veiglit -at .'the stomach afi^r eating, nightmare, great ¦mental despondency, severe flying, pain's in the chest, back,<aiid sides, costivencss, a dislike, for society^or conversation, involuntary sighing and-weeping, liingor and lassitude upon the least exercise. . ¦- -, .' - Mr. Salmon'had applied,to the most.eminent'physicians, who considered it beyond the'power of medicine to restore him to health ; however, as his tifilictioiis had reduced him to'S'very deplorable condition, iiniLliini...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

" -. ' :.-&OUCX'S__.._• i^i Fnsjtojos' Sre-lbir ?««<? *Rhe« sti;5Jis>JtJ ncad oillicr I*ains. MUCH need not be said in relation to.this wondcrfiil-remeclvj-as- the-proprielor feels confident-that when applied,jst. will, as can be proven by the numbe of respectable persons, etl' ect. nn entire cure of the Rheumatic-and other paiiisi.. It had not until.lately been bis iiitetitioiii.to make it public; but by the n:-ilueut. applications of his neighbors, null t he wonderful cures it. lias c,fi"ectcd',iic .feids hm-duty he owes to society as well as tq himself, to make it more gencru'l'ly-kpnwn, ami at tlie same time have Rput-a near as he can within. tl)e reach of all who ndxy be afTlic'ted with that painful disease.— '•v>r »".- .-_ Hundreds of_iiamiis could-be -published of persons wh'ti" liave been, cured by this .celebrated,; medicine, but the following arc selected from the mass, as.being'amply. sullic-ient to attest its powers.' John Srn've',' ' D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

CARRIAGES, GIGS'AND HA.H-¦' . ."NESS. :-—- ; . .'¦ :,.iTlie subscribers Trustees for iho'Crcdito'rs of W>f. B; MILLff-JAN, hereby give notice Uint they have rmp'lbvi-d hands to finish cnmpleiely all.the work in the shop-of William B.'-Milligau.'conslslingnf l-'mir Wheel Carriages of different descriptions, Gigs and Harilcss of the best quality and made, in .the neatest manner. Als"o ¦ - - 'Wagons-arid Thrashing Machines, . pf the most .approved plan. T.hcyjnill sell the same lit the.very clicapcsfTaTe-s-TOTrffiddWhritrto-xltritrrhe .coneci-n..' T.hc |niblie. are requested to call and ex-, amine the work at the shop in Newville. . SCOTT: COYI.E, AI/EX'R; M. I^ERR, .' JACOB MYERS, Auditors. ..September 24, 1838.—4w Bstata-of John Heck, dee'dv The Orphans' Court of Cumberland coiiiitv.'hns appointed the subscriber nn Auditor to lnarshall -jhe ¦ assetsT)rJ011N~IlEeK7decrascd7itrtiie-liaii<lsof-lhe Admiiiistrator to and among the creditors of, sail) estate according to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

ifSUcnd. 10 yam: Inter sis /.' "". ¦ &OTCE3G3, ^SO^SSSS, "¦ " :.-< ¦¦ ¦ 8?li!Bi»j|.3ftii* ¦•:¦:¦ AN OPPORTUNITY is now oflered of supplying yourselves with WOODCOCK'S . 3§llSr''.PLOUGH, ¦ : Beingihe best article-ever offered to the Farmers in - this section ofthe State. - , ; ¦ Tliese Ploughs will not choke nor carry dirt, and the draft is about one-third less than the Ploughs heretofore iifuse', two horses doing the work of three, bes1dpra^n,ntrs.'iyn^n-^i77ie--iinf/--n!ime!riii-:keeping them in repair. The point and share can be put on infive.'miiiutfes',JUKl besides cost only 25 cents each, and when dull can bc-tiiriicd and repeated until worn out; and even llien will be taken in pari pay for new ones. v ' The following nnmrd persons arc among those who have purchased and used the above Ploughs during the last season,to whom Farmers are referred for information respecting them, viz:.'. ' ' ,- ' Hamilton taivnsltip.—Philip Winters, John Armstrong, Samuel Strickl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

.THE GIRARI> . yil;;lNSSIIftNCE^ ' Annuity and Trust Company of.Philadel--..•'.. phia. , ! • " • :' Office, 159, Chestnut street. CAPITAL. OF $300,000. , Charter Perpetual. .*.. • ¦ INSURE LIVES, grant Annuities and Endow'inents and make contracts"gencrallythatinvolve he contingency olJBfe. Accent Trusts as authorized, by the charter, from individuals, corporate bodies, or Courts o'f Justice, and execute, them agreeably to the desire ofthe parties, and receive Deposites ot -money in trust;and on interest. ' "* ¦ - LIFE INSURANCE.—The terms are :as low/as those of any office in the Union. , Hates for Insuring $100, ¦ ¦ .'lire For 1 Year For 7-Years.„ Jlholejsife.^ ¦ a"'' Annually. ' Annually. 20 ®0 91 $0 95 ;$1'.T7 25 l' 00 1 12 . ' 2 04 - 30 ; 1.31 1V36"'.""". -¦ 2 36 35 J 36 1 53 2 75 40 i 69 1'83 - 3. 20 45 1 91- 1-96 ;'-.. .3 73f 50 .1^96-—2~09 ^-4-60-^ 55 2 32 3 21/ 5 '8 —Furtherinformation, cniihc obtuiued-byiapplicatiqii atUieolfice. , v^mCUmnS^rcsX ' JOHN F.• JAMES, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

•' ¦ JFORS^JLE.- \ TWO FARMS, adjoining each- other, one containing One Hundred and Eighty Acres, and the other One Hundred and Sixty Acres, of first qmility Limestone Lar'd,.in a good state of cultivation. These farms are situated on the Letart Spring, in South Middleton township, Cuiiiberland county, about 14 miles south of Carlisle, and within"sight of two first rate merchant mills on. the said Spring. The ImprovcmeutsTnre—a '. .^___L,\ STONE'HOUSE, . 'fflllM 'ST0N$~PARN, ". (jSp^j^SS with other necessary buildings. A further description is unnecessary, as purchasers will view the premises and judge fpr themselves. . Possession will be given 611 the first of April next. An Indisputable, title will be given. For terms apply to the subscriber, in Carlisle, Pa; • ANDREW HOLMES. —JVugiistasiji.s.is.^tf. ,,_-:,; =!-.•-!:—..-.-.; , -¦- TALiUABIiE REAL. ESTATE For Sale. ¦ _ THE subscriber iwill sell "at prrvate: sale, a valuable tract of land, situate in Newton township, Cumiierlund...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 October 1838

LlitHCKi: A1\B . ;. mm-im* 'a^aOE^ .= THE subscriber respectfully ihform's his friends, and the public generally, that, he has for salij,'athij> Coal an.d Lumber Yard, on the bank of the Suso,aenanna river, in Um town of Wormleyshurg, ¦ ..-. " a©0© Btishelg solicitor Smith ••'coiil,-;«?-.¦ Panneland Common Boards.: Poplar Plunk and Scantlings 8(c. fyc. 2000, good quality, seasoned Tight Bar* rel Staves'and Heading.". '. AH of which he-will dispose of allow rates, and on-i the most accommodating terms.' Persons wishing to, purchase would do well by calling with tlie subscriber, and examine his stock before they purchase elsewhere. • ', GEORGE RWPLEY. April 9,1838.—3m. ••¦•»•' . 19. . . JVEW ROOKS. ^ .,. 3"UST received and for sale at Dr. Myers'Drug and Book Store—complete sets of "Waverly Novels!'—27 volumes. The Bridgewater Treatises. -^Lockhai-t's Life Of Burns. •', 1 : ." " " Scott "V" ¦ " ^ """ " ¦ . " - Napoleon. „ The Divorced, by Madame Bury. .. - * Wnlsingham, br t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 November 1838

'LS. ;:--:TBHWS^ -—•¦-¦ • The" Carlisle Iferald& Expositor," willbcmued every TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at Two Doe* tins, per annum, payable in advance. - ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at the usual rates Letters addressed to the editor,oh business, MUST BE pf St PAID, otherwise they will receive no attention .,-."'. " . AGEWTS^ —-' - — The following named persons have been appointed Agents for the "Carlisle Herald St Expositor," to 'whom payment for subscription and advertisement oan be made.. ( . ~ ~~ r D. Shelly,Esq. Shiremanstown.Cumb. Co. Scott Coyix, Esq. Newville . do . P. Koontz, Esq. Newburgh ' do Thos. W. Himes, Esq. Siiippensburg do T—John WrapEiaicH, Esq. do. do ;' J. Mateek, Esq. Hogtiestown. do R.-'Wit.soN, Esq. Mechaniesburg, do. " ' —TWifciiAM-RoKSBAjEsq.Hppewcll - do -----..] . • R. STUnoEON.'Esq.Cliui'clitown ' dot';!^ Dr. Asa .White, New Cumberland do TV Titos. Black, Esq. Bloonificld, Perry county. .'A.Black,Esq. Laiidisburg - .'. do .

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