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

ilfliliBiicry & Mantua Hakins. '/TjlHE Subscribei-takcs (his mctho'tl o"f infprm'» ">'S the Citizens of Carlisle a"nd its vicinity, ^^ __—i '"' ¦ ¦ that she has commenced the ^£-^^ above-named business in all .mR.4»iS4^fe_ ils various branches, in Pom-^^^V ^ Z^^-frct street, a few doors East ""^-"> i&3timS0 ^'-al lne Second I'resbyterian .7SS^d^^~Tz77. —Chuixh,_K.here_slie_isueady ^j^jyj ^^ ¦ to receive all those who may •*""" >"'¦ favor her with their custom. She hopes, by strict -attention to business, to merit a liberal share of patronage, and pledges herself that her work shall be done in a neat-and substantial manner. She also keeps on hand Dress Cops, Bonnets, &c E. O'DONELL. N. B—fashions will be received regularly every season. , ' E, O'D. Carlisle, November 6; 1S37. " " FOR RENT"jTR)HAT weM known Tavej-n Stand, eitnatcd on ¦ 43, the Cuiiiherliind and Perry line, known by" - ^feEB&.' St^r G-a-IV-'Il1JlJjLgJlfe Of the-b...

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

_ - ¦¦ AIV OK»lSrAI\CE, r. ; ^.XO:inEGULATF\. THE...7imniaSTS.lL. : SectiQit ¦!'., The Town, CMnci_l.;of_the..Bo= rough of-Carlisle ordain": that the inner Stalls and area.of the M'aiTcet-House shall be exclusively appropriated to butchers and retailers of meat, who shall use the stalls or ' spaces between the columns for thVpttrpose dofiexposing tlieir meat;for sale. The outer, stalls or benches shall be/exclusiv'ely appro-' _priate(I to the' venders, of provisions and articjes other than meat by less measure or quantity thana.quarter.viliiclV' sliall not there be exposed for sale: iand any person or persons -b/fending against the provision's of this ordinance shall forfeit and pay to the. BordOgli of Carlisle the. sum of one dollar., Sect. 2. ..No bbtcliler.or retailer of meat by less quantities than, a quarter; shall occupy any stall of the Market House without first having obtained a' license therefor from the Boyougji^r.rejtsur^ license the sum which shall be fixed as the...

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

pM^ll[EaogITOR . -'• BY FHlIiljIPS "&. inflAZBY. ' CAatlgXE.> Tuesday, Viovvmhcir 7^ 1887. J11, . ¦¦- 7-;-.-r-T;-< ^-.. ' , ..^ ; ¦ ! The People's Caikdidafes.r~~~7^ r FOK PRESIDENT,-' ¦ "'- %sa» .ai'i la^iaiaao^sri''- FOR VICE PRESIDENT, msiMt^Q- <sm jysKEHBaai Democratic Antimasonic Candidate J t . FOR.aayERNQR JOSEPH RITWJER.

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

The Now Market House* . Oil ^ Saturday morning last, euromarket was held in the handsome and- convenient new building, -whicli-bcing-iiow._fuus!ied,"-adoims-our-public square. The celerity rfitli' which this building lia_s__be_eir_b" ^ takerr-Mr. SAMy^L GltAIIAM—reflects great -credit upon him^and will no doubt be the means of gettin'g himlnto manygoodjubs in our borough. The.marltetliqsise is neatly finished' and paint-^ljjjiudl^ery^all^ iimbcred, and being abouttwicethesize of the old one, \Vjll be amply cc/ininibdioustoaccommodate all our.farmeiTj.who.may have any thing to dispose of. :\Ve hope they will nqt be slow in ¦ bringing in whatever they may ljave_to_s'pare,.as.markelii)g of all kinds now commands a high price.

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

, . , ¦•„, For Mi Ilerald\ & Expositor., '¦."-.' __. The.Drcanier.^-4- : -Whereas, great and-weighcy matters have transpired, »which claim the'eorisideration of all concerned; and whereas, the signs of .the limes-indicate a downfall of our union—now, therefore, be it known, that.Sectipn ^h>pf: Article 3d,pf our happy Coristiiutionjebri^ tains the fbllowJng veriy^apt language, viz: That every woman shall have "full right/, to speak at all times—and to say what she rd.e_ase.s,7without Year ofQmolestation. And further, that she Is hereby instructed and empowered,>o bqbble\4Mtle,n^firaitle, so that her. tongue may not>leafeto the roof of hermouth, but be kept in aJperfect state of flexibility, and voluabiltiy^tnovme- -on ^vithout ceasingV-betraying secrets of the most sacred kind—defaming' neighbours—-calumtnatingpgobd—men*~setting-friends--at variance—-fomenting quarrels arid producing domestic broils: Provided, however, that" she shall not be all...

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

7} , FQK BEIT. 7 ; 7 1/K%HE subscriber will rent that" well known,-<& large and Convenient housej-for niany years, occuptied„by -fjhristiah Ilu.mricti, and more, re-„Jfeg&, Cbritly. by others, as a TAVKHN. " ffifajl WH0USf''- Tlle bouse is rerhaikl-HfflilillKbly well calculated for entcitaining flSBBfBBCtARDEItS j there- being three stair-ways,- and -Fire places in most of the rooms. The situation is very pleaiant and desirable, being on the north west corner of Hanoverand Loutlier' streets; while, for .Conveniences, it escels any other house in. the borough or country. It possesses the unusual advantages of 12 rooms on the first floor—12 rooms on the Sd.floor—4 rooms on ¦the 3d fiobr—6 Cellars in house. -Twowcilsof water.; (one at the front door on Louthcrstrcct,< with a pump therein; the other in the yard at the. kitolieiV'dobr;)- a: Cistern mWe to'^ConTaTireT glrty five Hogsheads;' large and convenient stabling. with carriage house and sheds; large...

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

Robinson's Old JE!sta%li8ked1 . Lot.tehv & Exchange.Office, J.7 7 so Baltimore Street7 \ ';< gimPSNT)IDf LOTTEK1ES "FOR NOVEMJ3lBliU.—Orders from all. parts of the United States respectfully solicited. : ';:7'::7 $3(0,000 t3ai»iljalF -^ ' ¦; YlBoi^iA-ltfciiMbsB-AoAnEMV-LoiTKiir, _._' ^i. _ Class C. for 1.837,' _ • 7_\_'^_ To be drawn at Aiexandria," Va.,"~S&TUiil)AY, . _'. November 4, 18:57.'. ' . . SPLENDID SCHEME: §30,000—10,000—6,000-—5,000—4;000—3,000—• 2,500—2,120—2,000^25 of t,000, Sec. _. Tickets $10—Halves $5-Quarier9 32,50^ Certificatesof packages of 25 whole tiBtets $120 do' . - ' <b> 25 Half do '60 .4° "¦'- do, •.25-quarte'r du_-' 30 The Most Splcdirf YcIl 50,000—20,000—10,000'" ¦ : GllJlNliCONSOHDATEDLOTTERY .,...-.. - Class U. .- . I '¦ ' - t'o be drawn-at Wilmington, Del., on S.1TUJ1. ' ' -/My,,Nov.~18, 1837." ."•' • - - V , MOST SlUJUiDM r.uizus. .- , tl prtee of , :-56,00O-1..'lo_- ^- _:l7___^—aOjOOO—-,_u 1 do,-r ¦-¦.¦'- ',-...

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

J>K. I5KAIM»ERTBE $ Vegetable Universal Pills. Ikience should' contribute to.the Comfort, lleaih } arid Happiness of Mankind.' .' . . \. On the eighteenth of May, 1835, these no\y -trulycelebratedH'ills were first made known in the United States," although iii Europe they hud been previously before the public nearly a century. The American public naturally viewed ithemjkitljL_sjjspi.cion,_but as on trial they! werefound what they proTesseiir. it wassobh'^isplaccd by the greatest confidence. In fact "the many persops who have commenced"'with Vhemu.ndeji the most trying circumstances of bodily, affliction, when every other means .and medicine had proved altogether unavailing, have been restored ;oiiealtlrand happinesss from their use,", and the consequence is, they arte now recommended By thousands of persons whom they have cured of Consumption,- Influenza, Colds, Indigestion; Dyspepsia, Headache, Pains, and a sense of fullness inrtherback part.ot tlie Head, usually the s...

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

Semi-Weekly Telegraph. LEGISLATIVE REPORTS. THE Pennsylvania Telegraph will be published,scftji-weekly during the ensuing session of the Legislature, and contain full reports of the proceedings cf both branches, taken by competent and faithful repbrtprs. ' -/; !__'J ; '_ —The acts of-t:he-eomTng-session of-the-Legislature will'be looked to with,much interest, Thepeapleexpect the party that have obtained a majority.in the_popi£larj3raiich to carry out their promises of- reforming the .currency .-anA_banjshing_s^ circulation. This subject, t6gether"witli tlie Improvement System, independent of numerous others-of interest, are of "themselves of sufficient magnitude to' create a deyrein the mind of every intelligent citizen to takb a paper from the seat of Government. In addition to this, the proceedings of the State Conventions that will assemble here pn the 4th of March to nominate.candltlatcsfor Governor will be looked to with interest, and given With.fidelity.: ; ' _' _ ; H^T....

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

,, . —DR. SliUBAEL-HEW-ESJr " Celebrated Rheumatic, Nevvc, '-¦: ¦ and Bone ¦,"¦• ... '.7. 'LINIMENT, • 'Applied morning and nighti bus cured hiin--.fidreds. 7It-gives relief in-'the swellirig;or tlie >' glands of the throat, and'relieves the numbness *rjd contractions of the limbs arid,will take swel' ;;linj54. down, and iriflamatiohs out of the flesh, rheumatism, bruises and sprains.—It gives imme-. diate relief j It strengthens .weak limbs, and ex. , tends the cords when contracted.!—A-few drops ' on,8lli;,eb*i^bbl applied to the'ear of deaf perebns.wlll'by'dortslant application, cause them to hear lri?fwpmonths'.time. ', .,.' " "A great number of certificates of the most respectable and decent'character may be'examitled where it is sbld. Please call on S. C. Bolimder Carlisle; who will give further information, or see Mr. Bolander's papers; ¦ .-'- ; -Carlisle,Ootober^0il837i*—ly.eow.: 48.

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

.. ¦ -Vj - . "Will be sold at Public.sale. on Friday the 24th "day of November next,' at 10 o'clock,7 A. M. of ^ said day, on the premises, the following des'cribeTl"~re'ar"ettate,'"late. tlic-property^of-John lletrick, sen. deceased, viz: . . i'~- .-^JI.TBJ1CT.QF..LIMEST0NE LAND, Situate jn Dickinson township, Cumberland co. Pa., about 7iriiles^weSt of Ciilisle, containing. V:^-;::; 2.31 A$£E&, rVir nounded by lands of William Woods,—Samuel Be'eteni, and John Galbraitu's heiiai; there are -lOOlacres cleared,—in-a-high-fctate-of-cultivatjon and under good fence, theTresidue is- cohered with thriving young timber; The improvements are a t wo story ^o»»' ¦ cf^s^, af®^sta&T9.Q'ia* foH.l:l.iw../-_.L AND7ANaNE_STpnV . :iaBM sffiqjffB HOxrsB." adjoinjng, ^'lereiupbwo nevef-failing springs of'water rum.tag^^ir the house,; also-a Spring Hou«e and iStoj^fiLE LOG BARN, mid an apple orchard oTchbice fruit trees. ALSO, '.- A LOT <>F «!S-01JWI>, ..-",, ...

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

ForSalporMent. 'FHAT'lirge aiid well known farrn, lying one mileWeat of Cavlisferrcalledthe-Sieel.latmj.nowin possession of Leidig and Mohler, containing about 250 acres,' . , ¦ ' ¦ „ ' c 4L 7-5Acres ^Jtwliicta.aTetlcard, and under gdod fence,.aiid well set with clover, file impro\eineittsarefa good ¦ "-¦>--— -----'¦¦¦'¦'. ®w.dlMig' ESouse, .'--.'-'--;¦"¦' A LARGE STONE BARKT, 90 feejVlong, a pump of never failing wn'er ; an AppIe>Oi-clianl, and every other necessary in order. TlKs farm is superior for stock. ¦ - —ALSO-i-Anotlierfarm in North Middleton township adjoining Zc-igk-r and Homer's heirs, containing about 225 acres, a large portion of which is cleared. This tract is well calculated for stock, having abundance of meadow and water in every field. The improvements are several dwelling houses, a.log barn and still house. The-above will be sold or let on good ternis Apply to-R. GivinrCarlisle, or to¦-•' —' . ' " . JAMES GIVIN, Kidderminster. October 2, 1837..—-4...

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

ie@ESIr¥SOi^-S.OIFff'BC;E«_ T ~80'Iidlt7st^^'dodrsTietoWihi7Frankfit^ Capital ' .~ .5.p^OO..DQLiXiAR3.7 Persons at a distance diJ^Sfed totrytheir I luck in either of the following grand Lotteries—one of wliich draws alternately every week—are respectfully requested to forward tlieir orders to the subscriber, enclosing the cash or prize ticket ¦ <, designating the Lottery iyill "receive immediate-attention by return mail, and the drawings forwarded when over (if requested.) -^-^__J-i=^Er'W—IteBINSe-Nr-' Baltimorc. Md. Duawing or Lotteries.—Order in which the several State Lotteries will be dra;»vn. . 'Maryland State-LotteriesdrawsHn-Bakimore every' other Mondav. capitals range, from 10,000, '20,000 to goO ^ OOO ; -JJelawa'rc State Lotteries' draws twice- eyefy week, capitals.vaty-frunu5-to.gl0^0t3;, ^Grand.C.<)n:. "MlUla't"3d""'Ll>tte'ry""dfaw's~onc^"^eTy_"we'ek,"' capitals 20,000, 25,000 to ^30,000"; Alexandria Lottery draws once every other weckj capitals 10,...

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

Bttofflhl?s. YegcflalMc I*ifc. Pills, . ¦ ;'.- '*-.- •-.''•¦ aaicl,-; ¦ o vV:v" '' A CONTRAST, / : -•; „.-\|ljiaiion9,.from tlic romotCrUrft(jes,Iinj'e?lia(l-sIup», but Columbus only found out the way to Amei'icu,u Bclorc Jhe timu'iiC the prwit Hpauisli iivifjator, pt'ojilc were only e»ahIctl-to-i>i«UIIe.-Hlj<Mit-tliJ3-jthoi"c5.—Just.-Bor-wiih-tliu-M>ife JUtlicincs, It is 1ml two ycitra since I Ih'st. ventured ujion nn unknown ovemij iind I have discovered the precious oUjcctl was in search of — -lIICALTtf/ Vt-^ttalirtTiTiedicines wero indeed Jtnoivn whynl coinmenettl my 3e,arclf, but their usovwas'iiot. J|Jy iJie use ot'theni ^ I haVenot oiLly" pasted from .the dt-jyctt-d itivul^l,' to the hale; lieariy-and netive'man of business, hut, tnm])aratiVuly.9penki|ig,'I Iiaverene\vt'd my youth.' 1 can tlni^, with"eoi'\ll(tPnmrinTiry"()WU experience> advist: with my iL-llow-citixenM. Does the/reader want proof that the VE*ORT-VlU;K I.IFR MKDIC1NI13 aru'sui...

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

, »R. TW. BVAOTS' / MEPICAl, PREPARATIONS A S the enjoyment of li'eallh depends on pre-<^?Bl serv'rng the1 complicated°func(ions of. tlie SroNUCH/LlVEU, INTESTINES &JUUNGS, in a h.eakhy aiid vigorous state^, tliloub 'the ofte-> rations of which-Uie. bodyireeeiv.es its gi'o\yth, its nutrition, and. its support. It can no roiiger be astbnishing-that when these viscera. are-<lerariged and cannot..perform tlieir'prbper-functions* the whole system should suffer arid become disordered. „ The blood is made from ¦thei contents of the stomach j has its red color and vitality given to it byjthe action,of the lungs, and as it.performs-its duty in, circulationg through the veins and arteries, has itsyellowor billious eScremcnt, which may. be. termed its refuse or. woi n "out sediment, collected and-discharged-by;the"liyer^-^These viscera* then,'are the antimonial mechanism or apparatus by whicli the bloodis'manufacturedand preserved i and it is therefore obvious...

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

OONBUUtFTiONT OTOBD The Indian Specific, V For-the prevention and cure Of Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, :ConsumptionsK spitting of Blood, and-diseases of the-.breastaiid lungs/ fkc.:. . . ' '.. .;' , "- ¦-. ¦ Doctor Clarksori Freeman, the proprietor of the specific, - resided upwardsof four' years among the, different tribes of North"American- Indiaus, and: with' unwearied diligence used every means in His. power to require a knowledge of the'different ireniediesr used liytheniT for the cure of the, sick and wounded j and more particularly those which hey take to prevent and cure the consumption, and com plaints .of.the breast arid lungs. He observed the Indians were subject jto numerous and similar complaints to7those at . jvhfte people } arid "from, their mode 6f living, and being exposed to the inclemency jiOJl^eathers.rTnany of their compiairits were.'com pli'catea~and-vrtlentr—"A^thougltj—^—many of their diseases were of such a.nature as Would,- with people in a civilized . S...

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

^ ;--; ; Flaxseed Wanted ' One Hundred Bdshels of clean Flaxseed want, edattheiatore of the Subscriber in South Hario fer Street':." "V. '*"-*"ft. .:¦,.' . ' , .." . " '•' ¦ . ¦^i':'> <'g-C\:B0fcANDEn.7 Carlisle, 3eptl8,.1857:.

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

Legislative Keystone, ¦ TVURING the ensuing session of the legis-•*-' lature, the Keystone will 'be. published twice a week, 'and contain full reports.of the proceedings in both houses. -It will also contain an account of the proceedings of the rid]?.r^ co^vJ^'2rtjJwhi^^ ilar-bodiesJn-.othei' -stateiantLtlLecQny£atiph that formed out:-present constitutibn.V/Will hardlyclose its session before spring77 . The political complexion of the legislature Slid tire important aubjects-which-WllLneccsr sarily come before it,, will render the next sessioini peculiaiTy" i'ntefestingV/ "All"eyes~are turned this way for spcedy^reform in our present defective currency^ Dccide3'actr6h relative to the improvement system isardently desired.in many quarters. These two matters of themselves, form subjects of intense interest toahe people at large." On the 4th of March, a democratic con-Tention-will7a4sembl^lvei'e-^rrd-^oTtiinate ~a" candidate fOr governor. ¦ An account of this, together/tvith the pr...

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

ADJTOlItiM.D. SALE<:: ,' rjlHE FAim-«iTa two lgts of Timber land, '•*¦ ¦ / belonging to Wm. H. Woodburn, will positively be sold at public.sale, on the prem> ises, oh Wednesday the 2?d.dajr of November nex$'7 • For description of property and terms of sale, refer to the Carlisle Herald & Expositor previous to the 32d inst. 5 .^ ' . ' JACOB SWO.YER, ^ .„ Assignee of Wm.'Hi Woodburn. NeyVville; Oct. 24,183r...,.. •, ;, " 7 '1 ,..-7:-!-- -'

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

: _: Notice* ALL.persons.indebted to the estate of Samuel Huhy, late of East Pennsbprough township, Cumberland county, deceased, are requested to make .payment on or before thre first day of JJovember next, to the subscriber, residing in the township aforesaid i and those having claims against said estate, will present them duly, authenticated for settlement. - . ' ¦-'. ¦ JQHNRUPP,. September 25, 1-837.—6w. ' _ . 43

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