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

''©(S)(SlSJ©}B;'7 ' 'iiREDERIck.- EnRMAJ¥,' -' 1 '^- ¦ .. . - - . . ' V.- ¦ ,- - :.,' r - , * IIas commenced the rjractice-ol Physic in the- Bhroiigh.'of'Carlisle.Avliere he-willJbSj. - j-ppy_to reijder his' professional services to those wh6;riiay please to ctyjl upon hirii.> His place of residence is jn JJorth Hitnover at.,, in the house formerly occupied by Oi-.^'alinestock,; :atul ^neariyL-opposite^to-Mr7-John (jornmahVIniit • '\ : '¦ . ,. ¦. ^ October 9, 183J;r-3W .' * V

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 7 November 1837

. %n^eriqr B^rin^^^- 7 ^ p ^'"^'-^.l^i.^ $¦". Containings<iboiit 4.75 Jlcrcs: Situated in Su Clair township, , Allegheny. Counlip, Pa. This Farm is beautifully situated onthe waters of Cliarticr's Creek, FIVE Mills from the city, of. Pittsburg. ¦: The Washington^> turnpike runs within a~ fewTodsxf-the lineon the one side, arid-the Steubenville tura"Vtke-^vithia-tw.o miies..on .thei6ther_;...the„ Si\te rbxd_from Virginia ^ to Pittsburg pass.esthr»ngh it; also, a County road connecting the State road and the Washington Turn-JM^e,.passes the door,. _Ab°»t 300.acres are cleared, and iii a good state of cultivation.4-There art near _;^„7,^0O:AeKE^ Bottom Land, uhich for richness and fertility cannot be surpassed in the state,"a large portiorcdf this "is "ifi' frieadbwi and enoughmight be made to jroduceiaOO tons of hay annually ; there is a yeat abundance of btfldingstone, 8c lime stont, and 300 acres of the / Best, IBUnmtnoiis Coal,, Which can all be get oil convenient...

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

W -.'ADJOURNE©' 7 ';;:;.'": By >irtne of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas to. me directed, issued out of.the Court of OPSiD. oil.UI'-?.9 °f ¦Oumbc^Wnd fiflunty, will be exposed to Public Sale, a'tih^CouTTliouseirin-the borough of Carlisle, or. MOiulay the 13th day of Noveniberrl837,-a't 9 o'cl^cijsrAi-Mo-the-follow-7 ing-described lteal Estate, to wit:— FIME CJROVE ESTATJE, containing^ twenty five thousand acres of land, more or less, situate in Dickinson and South Midoletqn'tovvii'ships.-Cumberland county, with a ,;__ .. @#l&SFii©® ,,, andFOnGE, Coal Honse, Smith aiid Carpenter's Shop, a large Brick Mansion house,, and thirty Log Tenant Houses, one . ""---j GRIST-MILL b, SAW-MILL, a two story Stone Office, two large and excellent Barns, one large Stone Stable, and several small Stableo, and other buildings,;Ore Banks, Minerals, 8?c.—There is a.large part of this estate which is cleared and so imprjov.ed' as to be admirably adapted to the purposes of farming! and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

&li;e asnxlunti —^-"Wilh sweetest flowers enrich'd, from various "garden! cuIl.M with care."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

: - For the Herald & Expositor. '¦' DB'ATH'.bp'AiBSAi.OJt'. *The'«ine of Israel sat aloiie> communing witn And o^lhe"palace* lohy .Walla the sentry.sl.owly The jaay.was^yan'nfi-X*?1 * -*?'n.5eH^.aM?J]£n!» . ':. on apace-, - - - - - •• No voice.of kindness lentits oliarm to that deserted place.; -..-=. --".- -'.--•—' ¦Whenvictory's wreath hadxrownedit's lord, that house 'with shouting rung,' • " ... Its balls' were fill'd with beauties blight—the mm-:i'•_- BtreHs-harp'Was s^riing,_: ¦ ifhe mirthful voice of Joy reach'd IP tlielughanil v. —.'fretted dome, J ;..,.:.^ . And through the "brilliant throng the King, would dft with pleasure roaui. - But.Jtpuclrjl by.sorrow's hand, that place assu"¦¦;¦ "med a'stiller reign, ¦'¦"~""".".".—' ~y;?X^ Sadness Mipui'ess'd the voice of Joy, and pleasure ' fled fronipaih: '" ' j .''".' Th"e"pal;>c6 now re echoes with the si g lis and sob of--grief, ,-. ,' , • 'That-burst from an afflicted-heart, which seeks in --- - -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

- - * ii e;,«r o o m: sma'ni. ^£irir~~''—¦—¦* "~ .. "" "' " . „_ \ \-Mi\tt £_%>%X**_, l;'v ;•.,- From the Pennsylvania Inquirer. A Talo founded npon Incidents in Hoal ., ,. _.i ——.—Xifo. -. .-, '-.-BT U. n. MOOBE, AUTIipn OF -' Minx MOBIIIS." ' f Concluded-J S. ¦ . CltAPTEtt VI. . Mr. Westf wlien-hc married jFulia Graham, loved her, not according to the general acceptation of the word, tout with aifervpr -approaching idolatry; flisfeelt ings towards were of the most exalted kind; herdeHfiale and tender in their na^ tiire; pure as a stream of .crystal waters, &as sweet as the.'tpnes ofjan-flUqlian harp. As over the,,s.ti irigs;6f ihe$ai'P» the stimmen^'reeze ¦trembles,'" with Us dying cadenc^andltslrlchdeep tonesT^jnehuig^TT musical; so it Was with Tlie'odo're's jove! all gentleness-—tle-vjotion—fondness. To him a"wife seerned sorheihing more' than an earthly beingr something pure; sorheihing- holier,! Besides,- he was in a great ijneasure the "-"creature o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

r'^isiMil» Tai "difttisLS 'HiiitAtii A»ri ExrdsiTttli; *ill be lisuedat tWOOOLLAltSper annum; «oi be paid/ half yearly in oclvnnce. ;_,„.„' .ADrJEUTISBMENTSnoXeTicaeim^^mre: roV tl.r>e ifcrtions, ONE DOLLAIk ^ "ery »a*Se^ent Wertion. rwerity-ave t,enls, longe' 0"retteKcfres3 n ed. to the.pub.Ushera.ori busi: B&.MUSTBE POST PAID, otherwise tllej WiUnot be" attended to. . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

". " From the Sandwich Island. Gazelle..'-,-_. BATTLE OF. TUB' UEA'Ii ANt) THE ALL(- :- : " "" ~~ . " GATOIt/' . On a'scorching day in the middle of June, I860, vvhitst-IWas seated under a venerable liVp'Pak, on the Evergreen banks_pf theiTaclve, (Louisiana,^waiting fpr the fish to bite,, I Was startled by by the rearings of some animal inl the cane brake, a short 'distance.below, me," appafgp.tly,gel.tirig...te.ady.-.To.r,a.cl|p.n.T~'. These notes of preparalion were quickly succeeded by;ihe_ sound~6f feet trampling-dow-ti-1he-canpr-and scatteringthe shells;—As^oon as" I" recovered from my-surpriserI—resolved Ip'take a^view ofcivJiats:IsHiu"|3prosedrtorij e7".f^worpra"iri"e bulls, mixing impetupusly in battle, an infer'epurse so-conimph iu this,country and season, when, as Thompson says, : '. " 'Tliruuirh nil his'lusty-veins,' The bull deep scorched', tlie urging poison feels.' ¦ When I reached the scene of acfion,, how great was my:astonishment, instead pf "bruITs^to"WhoId...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

MDoings of the Convention From the Gettysburg Star. . .....; ,..,,......_-.- 1-Ia"uitisnunoV Nov."i,"1837'. Mr. Fleming submitted the following .respIuition..'__>y"hi_cly was laid on the_table: kl: Resolved, That ibis Convention will .'.odjourrr otiHheSOth instant, to riicet in the City of Philadelphia,''on-Monday, ilic.4±h_^f_^. ec,em.b^ The following was submitted by Mr. Cochran, and laid on the table: 1 " Jiefolved, .That a comniittee be appointed,-for the purpose of ascertaining and reporting to this. Convention, pre-, vious to the instant, the niost eligible place fpr the sessions of this Conven-' tion during the-sessions'of (he-Stale"Lc"- Legislalure." " ... &¦ The Cbnventipn then again resolved iiselfiritp a-commiltee pf the whole, Mr, .M!Slvex'.t-yin ahe •-cha"n',.-on-ihe: report of--the committee on the fifth article of the Constitution. . ; : The_ a_n_leridmentJ Tis amended, being under .consideration, Mr. Brotvn, of the county of Philadelphia, took-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

THE FRUITS OF GOOD TILLAGE. _\Ve--remember; to have read., somewhere, of„an old gentleman, who owned a large ^irineyard ^ ^Bemdjis^ thjs' farnj^ h"e-\va"i^bl.essed-^with-t-vyo-daifghter8r---On the. mariiage of the elder, he por tipned'.her.i-ofl,. with, onerthird of his farm, and behold the remaining acres' produced quite-as, much fruit and wine as before. Soon after he married his'i younger daughter, and gave her. an) equal dowry with the first; and still the i r-e.m.!lilll,!..g J'hird pj^lijs soil yeilded asj much as his entire ori^i.nnlZjrjXaJlj^py^ Good farnie'rs'';: vvi^f§ee?;pjl" n^^ .»hi s.._ _Thel m'or-af of .t hel._8 tpry." .is, .t h a 1, as his farm became smaller, he cul.tiva-! feil"7'inri"oTe71'"and"Tlrerr s^lfie'TfiTipuntpf labor, upon a.few acres,': will make it produce the fruitof many. L_: • ,There is a'.greal difference" between bad tillage, "ami. good tillage. Some farmcrs-i-no, •splmceamh scrapers, merely scratch-up the foil, and, after droppitig their-s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

JJBALRANMPOSITOR BY PHlM'IPjf &/VEAZEY. ¦ >. _' «^S^§;: ^^^^ sX&^S^Bf ^' $$&*&$' '¦ —; ¦ «ClBKS"SS^flH*l^ VV-A -£<Wii :, y|Pf>^Htfr^' zit'tV~2l—- tuLVo "-"^—' X¦ -X^^PlSr^Miw -"'¦''¦ —^^^S^^^B^^P '.-';.,:-/*,;q&iix'.iSk&ii.¦ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

- Oil Thui«da"y"7ast we accepted the polite ini'ita1 lion given'us, and took a ride in the cnrby'-tlie -rail Joird fo NeWville.'--We found life 'riJe ''iff'ekce_edingly pleasant one. .The load is finished In a style -which excited-tlie ndihiration of eveiy-oiie. -—Wp"could-not—but. par.ticularly.-adiiure,-a curve about five miles above our town for its beauty and ~ regularity. On pur arrival at New-ville. we' louhd a EridsorhT-drnneFprepaTed by Colonel Woodt>urn, to J^hjch. we ^ sat_ilown_with an ^ appetite highly sharpened by our ride, and by the flavour of the good tilings so bountifully provided. After ritiaOernOon of enjoyment, We" returned in"high »pi'rits,to our accustomed avocations.--,- . :--- Cponing- of tho 2d Division of tho Cjnm-, . berland Valley Rail Road, ^s^ ~—Our readers will be- pleaseirto lenrri-tlriit-tlie rail rqad is ao near to completion,- that in'a few d»ys;-'cars'"7w'ill'run"tlie"eiitire-<ristaitce- from the -rivci'.'Susqiiclianna to Chambe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

tfI put this Ball in Mo-.\\.'f \.:;Vtioa^- ¦ ¦;->:--"::;: l rjxiorious JWeivs! \Ve are happy—very happy—to have it in our powertopresent to qur ^readers the isoul-cheering irifelligerice that NEW YORK has come out and proved herself sound to the ^ core, giving Mr. Van' liuren a tremcndoj£/l reproof. -Our Pliiladelphia papers of Saturday bring iis intelligence down to Friday; at which ,time the returns from every quarter of the State 'w'ere.most favorable, far. exceeding th& anticipations'of the'most san' guhie. In the city of New York, where the most desperate efforts wer.e'tnade by the Loco Foco's, "the Whig ticket has succeeded by the handsome majority of near THUEE,THOUS"ANb|and tliis too, iiotwithstandmg ~ tlTe, fact" thata great man^ liave left the City',-in consequence of the ruin, of their prospects by. the measures of a reckless'administration. ¦¦ .'¦'.'...-'¦¦ "'_ In the'State, as far as heard fi-onif our friencls liave carried all be foretliem, having ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

Tho Pittsburg Times. - —This establishment has passed into-lhe hands of A. W, FosTfcn,jr. Efi\. by whom it will hereafter be" conducted. By the following extracts froin-liis majigiiralriLwilLbe «en:thatrih^^ftoi' will boldly ami fearlessly battle for the cause-of "Ant4niasonry airdthe Supremacy of the 'taw's." He has nailed lo the mast head the name of TOSEPH'TifTNER, as our candidate for Oovernor:at tb' e next election. "Old Tippecanoe" will also receive his ardent support: We wish the editor success in his new undertaking. "In taking chargu of the Tlmcs^-flic now editor states plainly and unequivocally, that he flings open to the breeietfie broad-banner- oj' political milimaiinnty ; and will uphold it with what; slrenglh-he-possesses^agaimI all the enemies and; ppposers whatsoever;" we have made .up our mind to hard work; but wejiave put our hand to the plotigh. , ' - 'Jk "We believe that-Mhe aullitiyoi" (lib letter to Sherrod Wifiiams' is the President of a"p7rty and riot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

Tuesday-,'CTToycmllicr 14^ i 837. m , ¦ .' ' ' ' I' __..__S_________.--------M»-—-1—3 TheLPeop le^s Candidates. - ill'". " FOtt PRESIDENT, ll. _;.l.".'-.:¦--^^•:^«"ffiiiuiiBii'oai)sr« FOR VICE PRESIDENT, 1 Miisfq» a^. .ca-iBiisr (aisiB jOemocraiicJinMmaspnicCmi* -^-tlidatefor Governor, ^©smffsr M^M'iSo

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

'"''•'"'STA'TE'Xrq^TEWTrOJVr"" -: \'"In-act!ordan"Ce"'Eltlrihe;TisuBge1snne'"TBcmo^. era tic An I i iiTasq'njc Tarty. of.I. enjjsjiyla n la-. ji. S Into "Convention for the 'ifoininalio'iTol a'"sju i ta lil.o "csCri "- Jidii-tBTlOrbeiSUpported. lor--t|ie oflicc.-of^Governbr of the eoiiimqiiwealtti, at the next gelierul election, will be held in Harrisburg on\\iefouith day of March next (1S3S.) - _¦-.-..-.. , ..TbecoUiiiy coinmitleesoflbe sevcrafcounties are therefore respectfully requested to tflkd ilic necessary measures to have their respective counties or distrets ~ repn.seri4ted in the Convention, by a numb'ei bl Delegated .eqlial "to the number of their SenaUrs and- Representatives in the Stale Legislature, ao that there may be a fujl, and equal expression of tho wishes of the whole pari v-in the selection ol th,c candidate. The' accomplishment of .th.al object by the convention, is all thai is necessary t.i produce the complete triumph of the i-nnar> "Harrisburg, No...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

.. ''KEGISTEB'S 1XOTICE. - " Register's OrFicKi ? .Carlisle, Nov. II, 1637.J To all Legatees, Creditors, and^tll other persons' concerned, that the following accounts have been, filed ^ in-tliisVOffice for exarhinatidli, liy ihe accountants therein named, and will "be presented to the Orphans* Court of, Cumberland qounty, for confuniatiorLahd allowance, on Tuesday the -12th- day of December- next, tQ.wii: 1. The Administration account of Da vid VV. Mc.Ctlllo'ch,:"Aldrhinisiratdr ^ of Jonathan Huatori^-deceaseil. ;.-..'¦ . .' 21 The Administratlori account of Rudolph? Krysher, Esqrr-Adhiinistrator ijf Peter Lead, deceased. .-„ p; Thel'Atlmiriisli'alion account of Jas; McElhinney, Administrator of John Penton, .deceased... ¦ • - .-.,.'¦ --4. The Administration account of Abraham HetricU, one of the Execjitors of Jt/hn Hetrick, deceased- . ~ _ . 5; The supplemental and fina) Administration account of Chrisiian^-Stayrhan, Administrator ".with the yyjlfahnexed" of Thomas Fisher, deceas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

' JPHESH C^JO^IBS^- ".¦"vP.'imiJTli,*^'. nhHE subscrib,er ha's.just opened; a lot of ¦ *• fresh Groceries, Fruits, t?*c. which he vVill.sell at a low profit, viz: ¦ . -J-Kankin'sbest Yoiing Hyson Tea. ' -. ; "Java Coffee, 20 years old.--'-:- - . - - . - - ltio Coffee, prime strpng-scented, and free ^ ,. • from dirt anil stones. ": • Loaf, Lump, and Browri*SuBars. Steam Sugar House Molasses. ¦,". ; *; London BottledMustard.——:----- —- - Bottled.Cayenne Pepperi , .Cinnamon,;giound and unground. ¦¦-.• , Ground Nnts, Brazil Nuw, Eriglfsh^VnU * • ¦ ', iiuts,; Soft" and Paper Shell Almonds, r -Raisins,.Sec. - ¦"'.-'.-.-' — ' Old-London, Pale Piriet, Champagiie and Cognap Brandies; • '"' " '-.-Holland Gin^ JaWaica and Boston Rum.. . CTiciice Madeira, Fair do., Ll- P j'Teneriffe-Sicily. Madeira, Liabon.-Ho'rt, .Fine ' and- Cohiriioh, 'and Sweet Malaga VVines. ..;.': Two Setts of 1 fleautiful.Chiha, one 72, and pne 46 pieces. ' Large Liverpool Bowls.-and a General Assartijieht of China,*Li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

'. ANORIWtfAW!CJfir-=^-",~' To-.regulate; TilE MARKETS. - 7l~5^rtoieLllXl>,el'.l.own>'C-oruiiciLu.ElIl^ -rough of Curliiileoidain: !that theiiniti'stalls and area of the Market House shall'be'ex--qlu'sivcly npiiropriritcd to butchers rind ret'ailersof tii'eat, v/Xia~ shall"use "the 's'tidls or spi)ces.bctwc.eti.tlie columns.for. the purpose' of exposiiig tiVvjir meat for sale. The outer "stulls-or, benches.shall be excltiIively;!ippiio., 1 jpria'ted ,-t-o-the;"'Venders nf.-pTofrsinns' aiid "articles otherVthau ineaLby less tvi'eaSuve piV q.ririivtjty.lt.hiinaqhartei-VwIiich shall mirthere be exposed.for sale: and anyjjerson or per-: sotJs. offending agalrjct the pfovisiorjt. of <hi» , ' ¦ ; ..I . . - . i- -I rdinancc sljall forfeit, and pay t'othc Bo-°ough oTCariisIeTHe sum>f ^bne doHar. Sect-. 2. Ko butolier or re'.ailer'ofiiieat byless quantities than a,quarter ihul.l. occupy any stall of the Murket House without fust having obtained a license t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 14 November 1837

.ISARniEO' On -I luirsuay inoimug the 9th instant, by the lfcv.-Mrl.(jreenleaf, Hector of St. Johni Church, 'Cs'rlisle, Edw'aiui ' B. '"Gnuuri, fisip of ¦ Mount -Hope, L»ncaBter-countjs4oJHissJ^Uir4iBM«-*Hl.-se coniLdau^hler'of Isuac IJj l'aiker, lisq, ol Carlisle; ,- On Thursilny the 12th. 6"f.'Octo"befr'by"llieJtev.. Ni J. Stroh, Mr. Jjcod Powntus to Miss MakohET Age, all of Shippensbiirg. ' — -, - j-Uy-Tjie ¦ I{evriyrl*r-«^sctrrnflIerr'o"n^IVc -r 19TTi ult.MW PiiriaiTouiA?; io Miss Eliza Jane Hale, ¦both, of rhiscountyr—;—' —-~z.,kg:fr.' . -.—-' On 'riiitrs'ilay the 2i1. inst. by the Hev. "John M'Uulloch, Mr, CiuiilesS. ^rCuiJuicn, to Xliss Saiuh, daughter of Jlr-Johii llluck, "biJth-Vf Ulckinson townsli;,;>. 1," --l~i ".-"' On Thursday evening kit, by the Itov. J.-Ulri'ch, Mr. Devtii CoiijiAJir, to Miss -M'aiit Kircii, nl'rof this place, - - - - - ' -- ¦'''

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