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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

Colds, Asthmas, Consumptions, spiuing-M Blood, anddi^eajes-'iifjthe'bi'easta:^ &Q.-.7".'-¦'i . !7v5777:T7";'l:...._ ,7-.. .^.'.".a.'...^.: Doctor. Ciarkson 'Preefnan, the proprietor* of ^the specific, residt-d jupiyar,ds of four years antonir fhe .different tribes of North , American Imljaus, and with unwearied diligence used everyjneans in his power to r.e-r "quire a ktiowVe.dge>qf. tljT4.d«fferent^remedies used.by tliem,-:ipr tli'e (Jure 0/ the sick and ; Tvuu.ntted JTtnd more partvculai'ly-triOB^whiclr: ,jf.lijeyJak.e_tp_p.i'!everit'ttnd-cnre theiconsiirnp—tion'.' "and complaints of the breast an'djlu'ngs. lie observed tlie"Indians were siibj'eclrtbjftutiierotis and similar,complaints to tliosje of \vl _ite,p,eople *, aiid' fi'oih_tbeir mode of'living, arid^teing exposeel to live inltteffiency nf all weathers;,, riiany" of, their complaints were 'complicated and. violent;. Although, "mariy of their diseases yyx of .such a na^ ture as would, 'with "periple in a ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

"jVdriCE. : October 3d, 1837. The Directors of the "Carlisle Savings Fund Society" have this day declared a Dividend of 3 per cent for the last six. months, on the stook 4 aiid weekly'deposites. *' Byorder, JOHN J. MYERS, -October 3, 1837.—3t. " Treasurer

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

. • - -__ ^Q^^CE, _r_ TslrereBy given, that we the subscribers, re7 .—'iidingin-Silver—Spring-township,-Co niberlaiid county, have this day taken out letters of admin-- is'tration on the estate of Henry Coover, Jr, late —-^Uif73aid townshipof-Silver 3pj___r_gri_[ county of Cumberland, deceased ; and we hereby request all persons having claims or demands against the estate of said decedent, tp make known the same to us without delay, and those indebted to the eitate to make payment to _GEO. V. COOVER, JOHN COOVER, . - * Administrators. Oct 23. 1837.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

POCKET BOOK EPUND. . Was found, iii tljc borougli'of Cariisle, on Tues= day, the 17th iiist., withotie. five doll,ar,iDill and siime. receipts, of importance. The owner will j_l_Me_co___y_$__. ^ ly and take it away from this office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

- ¦,*..¦...- j. ¦¦ : —t —f ¦ •-, TWO STIRAy.STEIJRS. ^ Came to„tlie premises of. the subsViber, in ~Allen township, Cumberland county,Tori the 12tli instant, TWO7SMALL STEEHS/pbout two years old, one of whicli is red, witli a small white spot iii front of the head \ tlie oilier is la' dai*% red, with a white head and back. The owner is here" 'by requested to come "forward, prove property; , pav "charges arid take therh ayray. " . v , ,VACd%jAEHREL; " Oct. 24, 1837. -' ;':..''/ '. ., •' c'¦&. -'"'."" "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

Attention Marions. f The Members of the Marlon Rifle,Company, will take,notice that theannual-Appeal-for-said Company will be held at the house of George Aughmbaugh, t«[Lthe first .Monday, (being the 6tn, da'yi;)"6f November next, betjveen the. hours of 8 and 12 o'clock A. M. L. G. BRANDEBURY," , •' ". Captain. Oct,'24,1837.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

Attention Artillery I i You are ordered' to parade on Tour usual-ground on Saturday the 18th. of November next, at 2ro'clock,p. M. in Winter uniform, "arms arid accdtt(jl> nients in good order.,. ¦ • -\5i .By order of- *' -/i E. Ji; BIDDLE, Captain. \ It. A. NontE, Q. S. Carlisle,'Oct. 24, 1837. "-•—N, B. The Annual Court of Appeal for jaid company, will be held at the house R. &. C. Macfarlaoe, on Monday the 6th. day of November next, between the hours of 2 and 6. P.M. • '%¦''¦ t E. M. Biddle, Captain.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 October 1837

¥1HM TOW SAMS. . The Subsetnjer will sell at private sale, on the -premisevagood.,Earm.in.No^h..Mi!l.d|elpjijqtt_iship, Qffmberlaiid county, friur miles north of Carlisle,..on the road'leading toiWaggoner's Gap, containing - \ . \ ^vJL^^CI:R)BS^Z OF ^ FIRST RJlt^ SZJTE_ LANE, in a good- state,=of cultivation, theXgreater part enclosed in the'beit of post fence,'jViearly new, and niade of first "rate materials. , About one-huiu. dred ahdtwenty acres are cleared j the residue covered with'thriving- \ , y: - ^B youn*g:.timb'mi, n-^H and is also enclosed iri go^Kfjente. Tlie improvements are a TWO STORV \\. ^_r_^(G^OTsiir^^& •plrii3tered;.a.do.wJ!g^og.Barn.witlig__jgg___gg\ two threshingjlwii^ and a Granery ; and a good AVaggon sbia and Corncj-.ib attached "to.it "all roofed lyilh wiliit. pine^Sliifigles, with other good out buildings; >ti excellent Applet Orchard, and a variety of other Fruit Trees. 'Two Wells %[; Water near the house. There- are on thp fnrm-' severa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

.';:; ••'•np-iasLTHL».-. -:p:'-v t*K " Caiilihe, Huni'iD anii tiirosiTon," Villbe issued at X^b DOLLARS per annum; tolbe paid half yearly In advance. *'. AD\yMRWSBMENTSnbl exceeding a square for three insertions, ONE DOI>LA.Rf and every mibsequcnt insertion, Twenty-five Cents, longe' ones in proportion. Letters addressed to the publishers on business, MUST BE POST PAID, otherwise they will not be attended to. •'.. ¦'.' AGBWTS. . "~"- The following persons -have been appointed Agents, for the Carlisle Herald and Expositor lo whom payment for subscription and advertise* merits can be made.' D. Shelly, Esq. Shlremanstown, Cumb. Co. / Scott CoYLB, Esq.. Newvlllei do. = ^PtKoontz, Esq. Newburg;:—~~y~ ".do. -. _ Thos.,\V. Himes,, Esq^Shippensburg, do. -^-^oBK-VV«KD"Kftnciif:sEsqi—_7- do; = dd^" ¦ .*-- ^ J.. M aieer, Esn ^ -'Hoguestowq,,... ,, do....,™.., R. Wilson, Esq/Mechanicsburg, do! • William Runsha,'Esq Hopewell, do. rvR. Sturgeon, Esq,. Churchtown, do. y'wDr'. Asa Wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

.'.JMUFarewell". _."" ^ -'^ . &t Geo. D. PnESTicE. —^——OlrHwouiil there were some orb on high, Some'far. far place of rest, ' , Where spirits worn wilh strife might fly,' Ami be with quiet blcss'd ;'• --Alone, alone I wander here, . . -A thing for joy to shun i ~~- No^yrtfy liviiifsteps tir cheery' —.... pj.0 WCCp for mewlrcn gone."v ."~ My years have- been as dreams fo me, Strange visions, wild, and grand, Alas! dispelled—llpw fatherly Bv disappcmitrnent's _wan.il j The hppes ^ which once so freely sprang, ¦ Which seemed o'er earth to dart, —. Now plumeless, chilled, and deadened, hang Like ice around my heart. ^\ A cold and aching sense of grief \ -Thro' each dim current flows; ^S. A pain, which seeks a dark relief, In brooding o'er its woes; Mid buried joys I love to lie, Like some spell-gath'ring priestr ¦Where vampyre thought with .deadly eye, - "' Comes toils nightly feast ! " One warm arid living drop alone, .:'. In this sad prison dwells, Which, like a hidden...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

THE 6ROOJ|[SilM. Setrrt ©air. - —From the Pennsylvania Inquirer. ~ A Talp founded upon Incidents in Real « ¦ Xiifo. . V -nr sx h. n. jiooue, autooh of " mAutnonius." —-=¦¦—¦— (~Continued.J CHAPTER III. Mrs. West's absence from the breakfast' table was immediately noticed by her husband, on the following morn, ingr He instantly despatched a,servarit tpjLexjihamber-to.8e&ifs=he^wal=TtheFeT Theanswer returned, was in the| negalTv^ra^H"e"' a^n^u^cSh^fe'HFoT#hTc 'K'h1S he relinquished coffee and started to his fept, pushing back his chair in surprise. .. 'Notinher chathber!' r^—*—'IVo, sir,',replied the servant. - 'Where, then? where is she? Go quick—tell --Manuel to jcome here,—he hurriedly said, evidently alawned at the circumstance,-but- endlavofing to. conceal-his anxiety from observation. At his_side were three or four domestic.s-in attendance. 'Go you to the nurseryy' he'eontinued, speaking to.one of them, 'see if she's there. If she is not, ask the nurse wher...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

^9^1-' " : " - -» ¦ ' ¦^^^^"Witli sweetest flowers enrich'd, From various gardens cull'd with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

Proceedings of Hie Convention foKtheJ&mentlmehl of '¦, 7" c th^Con^timtioiii-—-^ .1.; Veporlcdfor the United States Gazette, i^ ( " .i-iAnfciSBUR6,.OclbBe1rTo7T8 37, r> ~ The convention" resolved itself into i, committee of the whole the further coft-L sidenij.ibn of the report of the committee oh "the''fifth article.- -•-~, :-y< FIFTH ARTICLEf Judge Hopkins at.eleven'o'clock to-day concluded his able anuVafguincntatives remarks in favo^ of tlip-independencfe of the judiciary. It Was'a tnasterly effort-rfully sustaining the/feputatiori which he bcars ^ , of being a sound scholar, profoundly yerse,d in the fundamental principles of the constitution and the jurisprudence of his cojHury, to eveiy mintl open, 'to conviction. The force of his reasoning must have been irresistible. But the force of prejudice, w.c..feac.js.Jop_.^. trp^g\j fj)r.the power of reason—aiMll_tl»ls__jjifi^t; best born," of .lViifris£Tva.nia ibmbcracy, niu's't fall before the. level|i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

' j. ' -r- From (he Nafional Intelligencer. THE UNITED STATE^ BANK AND THE -rr-r—-: "GOVMlfa^NTr----"^-— v. There can h.ardly.be any one amoftg our readers who.is not familiar with thehisfpi ry of the- removval',of. the "publjc money from deposile in the Bank of the Ut S., or of. the alleged grounds of-the measure that has been productive pf consequences sodetrimental .to^the'p'eople and lo the Government.*'The mairtaliegation, we need hardly.remind them, was. that the public •money was not safe.in that Bank, and that, tt would be more safe in.Banks selected.by the Government, by whoni, also, the public- business would be .fransancted with even greater facility and convenience" than byjhut-ipstitutibm'. Uppn-This'ostensible .ground, We have 'selri that the Government has fpHovVed out its experiment until" it-has landed us--.just where we are. The public money has been so Well taken care of, that the Government can; ^."hLoachra-dplJatijta -Treasury^baianctF of some fifteen mill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

* ; ",~~" ' :" ' h ., ' ' o' TREASURY NO.TES.7 Congress have authorised 'the.issue of Ten Millions of Treasury, notes beating an interest of two per cerib ' This measure was needed to support the fallen fortunes of the government—a government that-13-moiHlw-ago-had-atii^coinmand-an immense surplus revenue. The friends of Mr. Van liuren say npthing^against this wholesale credit -business of the government, although "General "Jackson declared that' those who done business on borrowed capital, oughtyto' break. . The President has already authbrized.-the Secretary, of.the Treasury t,b:borrow 800,00t» dollars on these pi'H'g of credit—for this redumption of which the fuithof the govern ment isrple.dge)d.." 7-' '¦'"''::'"'""¦ 7 The only, difference between the aforci<, skid treasury notes, and the worthless-^ shin plasters which' are"spreatj all over the country, is that, the'fo"ririeV«&sued in denominafioris pfnotlcss,, that $50 each,: while the latter are from one...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

- ^tODEL OF-A7L0VE-LETTER 311 Home in Hal, ) - .'„"' Sunday, W O'clock, A. M.i MX Sw«et Ownr -' -t~- ---How I do, want to see your big gray eyes. Oh! how horror-stricken am I at your long, long absence! The Lord knows I want to see you, and feel ymirdear, dear presence-once more,-the glowing heartrending felicity unbeknown to angels; 7 God bless youi if you are not already sufficiently blessed in being so sweet. O JhatI couJiLs.e.e^yj9uLGnc.ejno.re,_to,kiss_a single tinge from the-rose on your round bheeks—Oh.whata-liLy.yoular.e,iind_.wJia.t a rose bud. in the morning ^ of its virgin bloom—full bfsweet odors, sparkling with the dew-drops of heaven-born love, beaming with the kindlier Mendings of the rainbow,.the sign of jjeace. ' My marygold, niy hollyhock, ¦ My little owl, my dove, . Fly, as a lamb unto the*flock, O rlyrUiito your love: - ¦—-¦ J:fa!nt«=LdfetiH.-tliy-gr«^yjefc.^ _7-j___. Like twb sweet mbohs'befdrc'me'rfseV'-" :Tliese are bright moments, shall I lose'em.' O ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

' :Fr-ten"d''s'''Wf^: :MM:a r r'ison ! '¦:.:',: ATTEND!!! ^'.. I^A_MeetifyrpiFjJie ^ Krientj^of ^ the^Patript BARRISQnJk^ House..,pjn„MftnOay„J:tyeM^^^ candle-light, for. the purpose of adopting; such measures as shall'-then be deefll'etl prW per. ' "' h. *• MANJ/ ^Carlisle, Nov..7,1837. . , '/ "~ - ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

- Unitcrt States line. r ' On;i-;rid»y evening" lust, the car"'of the new ~t ,..?.'ynUed^&tcs-lLme!Lcp.ihmence_d-^un.iiing-Uieji - 'regular trips between Philadelphia, Hairisbuig, - _- -. -Pittsburg and WJiefiJuig.i , Pjii-jatentionjias been ^called to this ca'r from its -extraordinary beauty, the finish of which both externally and internal^;' is of the first'order. On'the outer panne* is handsomely painted the coat of arms of A the different States composing the Union "Mere is a peculiar fitnes? in - this, as ilisth'e Uitfed States Line. The interior iyrangements Aleall made with a view to the comfort and con/enience of the passengers. The scats are of tUtt luxurious kind - —which-prove^80-tempti'ng-tc-those who are in search -of an easy seat, bpuig soft and inviting. llut that forwhich we fttl mostdisposed to recommend this"elegant/tar is'the peculiar con-- atruction of the. wlieyfs and axle" by wliich all danger from the breaking of one of the latter, is entirely a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

' ' »IB»i.^:.7.. On Thursday Jast, Mr. Harkness Adaitls, o East Pcnusljoro' towoship, aged aboUt27ye.fi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

StAl/imolUu MARKET ,--, ~- <¦ Office of the AmerjcanA . ""'" ' .'¦ Mov. 4, 1837. •',!- ,_JE'xoun^^We.:nate,anj4npmv.ement7in the prices of Howard street flour. "Sales from ..stores are. making at 8,8 CSijjnd 8 75, and thefwagoif price ranges- from S8 57b. arid"8 50. - -.'¦ ..7.7 .. . Sales of. some parcels of City- Mills flour yesterday, at 8~37a. To-day the market is firm, at 8 50. ;. t, Gbain.—rThere is very little Wheat in olred rivingj^^ndi^tices - -- s"':cdhtitTue^lb rule at 71 80 and 1; 85, for very gogil prirrie,~and at 1 85 and 1 9-2 for good' fo prime whites. The supplies of wheat are* shorl-of-the demand. -: Sales-of white Corn -from stores, at •95 cents:, we q.uote"white at DS'-and 95 cents,--and yellow at 98 and 100. cents. We quoteRye at 85. and-88 cents, and Oatsat "37:'and738-ceiits. -... ¦ .-¦

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