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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

i. 'v The Piles;'•'-:; Wobjure no pay. PRICE dklS DOLLAR-. " ~"It"is" "considered "oC.great.importance for fjie public to lfaiowthe'following_facts: ^bont four years ag o, Solomon Hays, the persohtb-xvliomthf celebrated Dri.Gridleyhad.on ,^a;^hMlj_«Jieffetop^e^^>e_?se^ ^ y _Li.(jim,eiit_t>_>_cure the Piles;' authorized it to be putlipi and solcl under the'tname of Hays' I.iniment, and enjoined that nil. who would use oner bottle for .the Piles, Dnd'retgjcn",tl)e;.e;np,tjrJb'gt)jii:; should have tlie price refunded ¦¦ '' .'¦ Since. t'h^f&i_t{e, upwards of fifty thousand .bottles have beeVsold, out of which, not ten have returned, atid Vjiese only because the persorisil'rtT nciUtse- it properly!! .'Siiqll Wonderful success, probably, never attended ajiy-otlter article. Itis now jdetermined by the proprietor, that the public^!ia1PBema(le"Tmqre fijlly aco^infgdj^rnrsts " vjrttiesj go.that those suffering with tliat JdreajfuK complaint-may avail:lrfcm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

DB. W. EVAET^S M.S..DlGAIi. ^EPAJriATIol^s.! "' A"s!^ tiiyerijbymeiit of"h"eaTth7le'p^iJ^r^T J^_ serving the complicated funcTmns of the SroMACH ^ LlVEU, IN IBS TINES & LUNGS iiiaidjaliliy^^i^0 ^ r atftreror^hiclpt^^ nutrition, arid its support.. It'can'no longer lie" astonishing tliat when these Viscera are"-deranged and cannot perform tlieir "proper functions";"tli'e whole system should suffer and become disonlely ed."_The bipod is made fioni the contents of thfr stomach ; lias its red color and vitalitv'g'iveirto it by the action of the, lungs, and as it perfiirms its duty in circulationg through the veins and arteries, has its yellow or billious.. excrement, which' ™!tf-^^!!m ^.ltli:^ise_:o _r_w^^ cptlecfetnuuraischargecl.-by the liver.!.These7 viscerathen the , are an.timonial 'meclia'.'ilsnror apparatus by whtch the blood .s mamifactured'ai'.l .preserved; a|)d ij is therefore obvious that tire -Btate-ii£-lbese-sh().lld-be-d>e-first--c(.usi,|(.raii()n<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

I ^ OHSTTO__Pxit)W OTObSTi The Indian Specific,; For the prevention and cure of Coughs, Colds,. Asthmas, Consumptions, spilling of Jjjped ^ and diseases of the breastand lungs, &c.-, .^-'". -- ^!. - ;' . ¦'-.- ¦ —'Doctor r etarksqn ;Freematii't\i<> proprie-> tor nf>f he specific, resided upwardsrof four. yeiirs among tlieS".'different tribes, of Nortfr Ame.ricaii-liidiau,s;,'.dnd,wit{^'ii_iMea;l<!'ddili' 'geiroe^iHed.eyenyitne^s.inTliisjmwerJto-re^ quire a knowledge of ffie^h^r^W'teTnedreiir ,us!ed.hy them, 'for--the'cure of.the-,sick and ^jyoutided j arid more particularly those which hey take tiyprevent and cine the Consumption, and complaints of tli'e breastand lungn. • He-ohserved tlierlndiansrw^esubjwrtonu^ nicroas and'similar conipiaims, to those of white peopler; audi from their-mode of living, and;, being exposed to the inclemency -of_J»ll_jwea_]!ei?j^ KW-P£Jl>ei!L eojnplaiott w^re' complicated:: and .violent,.-Although...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

JYotice to Creditors. 'Take Notice thatwe have applied to the jticlges-of the court of common pleas of Cumberland county for the benefij of the insolvenflawS of this commonwealth, arfd they have appointed Monday, the 13th day jqf November, )83r, at-'the---court-house in Caf lisle, for the hearing of us and our.creditors, when'and where you may attend if ybtt'think proper.' ', , v, WILLIAM M'KINLEY, JACOILWRIYRICH, JACOB. BAUMr -¦-'- JAS. SULLIVAN. JOSE-PH FRY, JOHN M'CORMICKk JACOB HIVEIt WILLIAM BOYEUt PETER GOODMAN. —7—Oct. 17,1837. --. Stock and ^Exchange ¦ ^^rV-fiSiQiftiife.;^^'' Harrisburg, Market street, opposite to Wilson's Hotel, ' ¦¦-,-.-':". 1 ;. ' : i£t«. ®mfs>8Qm&., ®9'. Buys and sells Notes of ill "kinds. ' Stocks bought arid sold. LOTTERY PRIZES cashed, and all information tiven relative to LOTTERIES. August21 1837.,.' , ¦ Election fbr.Bank Director^ V '.-"""'¦ Cabl-isle Bank, 7 . Ocuiber 12, 1837, S Notice is hereby given to thcStockholders in thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

- RQBi^sorv'ts offick; V 80 Ball, si., 4 doors below the Franklin Bank. J i Capital 5€inooorDai7i»Rsr Personsat-a distancerdiposed to try tlieir luck in ejtlieK"" of the foTlpiwirig grand -Lotteries—one of which draws alternately every week—are respectfullyfrequested to forward their orders.to the subscriber,-enclosing the cash or prizeTO_U^3esigTratin"g"thel7ottery will .'receive immediate alfentioh" liy return mail, and the drawings forwarded When over (ifrequested.) ¦ - <E. W. ROBINSON. Baltimore, Md. Drawing of Lotteries.—Order in which the several State Lotteries will be drawn. Maryland State Lotteries draws jn- Baltimore every .other.!.Mon.dav. capitals range from 10,000, 20,000 to$30,q00 ; Delaware Stdte. Lotteries -draws -^twie'e^-every "week, capitals vary from 5 to Slp,000^;.GrandjCQ.n-.-solulnTid Lottery draws onceevery week, capitals.20.000,,25,000 to gSO.000 ; Alexandria Lottery draws once every other-week, capitals 10,000, 20,000, 3O,o6o,5O,O00 ; Vir. ginia ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

Estate of Christian Coover, deceased. - ¦¦ • ¦ wotice.";;; T ETTERS of administration upon the estate A of Christian Coover, late of Dickinson township, Cumhe-laiid county, deceased, have issued indue form of law-10 the subscriber, residing on Ihe^farm of- said deceased, in said township—' 'All persons having claims against said estate will present them, and those indebted will D3»«e-psymentW '" " - - .. - , • It .---, .-' ADAM COOVER, AdmlN Sejit. 25, i837.-«vr. -..-- .:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

PUBLIC HOUSE. ... . QE.Q. ^'PRINCE^.; Forinerly of Sunbur^p^ Nor±h^umbertan "~: " ''''¦¦¦ County;. " ¦ _ __ " Uegs"leave" respectful^ that he has removed, to Harrisburg, ,*here,helia» » taken,that large and spacious three storyhrich house formerly occupied by Mathcw ^ WilsoB, corner of Wufnut ond.Tlurd streets. * , .•ft'-' /'- ' HARRISBURG, , ' jri>iew'of the State Capitol, which he opened mi. " the first | Iay of May last, and where he hopes to continue to receive that patronage "so liberally . bestowed on, his establishment heretofore. He - will at all times, be provided with every thing necessary to make his guests comfortable. *-.. 6. PRINCE. •* Harrishur ,'JUne , 1837., v tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

'- PR SHUBAEL HEWES'^ Celebrated ttliennialic, Werre, _ and Boife I r . ,- ¦ _.l-ini-men:op,. ' Applied morniiig and night, has .cured hundreds. It gives relief in the swelling or the) glands of the throat, and relieves the numbness jiid^ulr8ctious_of-4li<t-iiiiibs-aiid will-tal^e-swel-——lings down, and inflamations out of the flesh, rheumatism, bursts and spi-ains —It gives inimedialeirelierj.it-.streiigtheiis. weak Jimbs,'and ^Jt-.i-... tends the cords when contracted.—A few drop» on sheep's.wdol applied to the ear of deaf per. sons, will by constant application, cause.them to'. , hear in two months'time. r^Vrgreat-number^F-ctrtificates-rof-tbe-mostJi^i respeciable and decent character may be examined where it is sold. ]PJease call on S- C. Bolander . Carlisle, who will give further-information, or see Mr. Holander's paper's... Carlisle, October 30,1837.—ly. eow. "48.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 21 November 1837

IScv. Dr. Bartholomew's , PINK EXPEOTQRANT SYRUP ^ ! . An agreeable cardial, and.efiective remedy for ^ , Couglis,. . . tl,oai-flencss^lColds,.Pains iii theaUrejuy Hard llrealhing, and DTflicult expectoration;-^".",',. For Adults &¦ Childrenincoldxlimataandxaarm.-The proprietors are aware .that there are many' remedies fur coughs and diseases of the-lungs ;¦ some no do,ur,t-are goddf but it has remained to »' late day to discovgr-an article so admirably fitted to these complaints j so powerful and effectual, and yet so.perfectly innocent and. mild. Let not the public class^be scientific result of a learned Physician and Divine with the nostrum* of the day'. Let themTnake a.careful perusal of the evidences attending this, article;, their..re spectability, and the decided -manner io which tliey speak, and they cannot wilhhold^their belief to some of its virtues. Let us assure them that- a single trial of it will do more toconvince all of its merits than all they can se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

TMHtM.S.. ... ' The "CintisLK H En aid axd Exrdsi-roB, ^U beJ iflsuea at TWO DqLLAKSper annum; to be paia lialf yearly in advance. ' -: rfOrEftTfSEflElfTSnateXceeilmgnsquare " for three insertiMVONE DOLIiAU,-"and" every sub3equenTiifseition.;Twentyrfi¥e Cents,Monger ones in.proportion. » • Letters addressed to the publishers on business, MUST HE ,POST PAID * otherwise they tfijl npt be attended to. AGENTS. f The following persons have .been appointed Agents, lor the-Carlisle Herald and Expositor Xo whom payment tor subscription and advertisements can be made. - , -D. Shelly, Esq. Shlremanstown, Cumb. Co. --' Scott Co.yle, Esq. Ncwville, "do. P. KooNrrz.'Esq. Newburg, do. Thos. Vf. HiMES, Esq. Shippensburg, do. - -Joas-AV.O^DSBLieu,.JEsq. <!o. do. J. MAT>EER,-Esq., "Hogues'tbvvn,'" "" "do": lUVitsoN ^ JEsq. Mechanicsburg, do. '. "WiUiam TfONSHATEsq Hopewe"!!, : do.:"""" R. Sturgeon, Esq. Churchtown, do. Dj^AsA^bJite, New Cii/nberlanil, do. Thos BtACK.TE'sq, Bloo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

IBOM_TIIE CETTXSDCnDU STAB AND DAHXEB -'~",y.:~ptiraphrttse - - Of antxtractfrom remarks madeby Thaddt.os Stkvdns, Esq.- in the Canttitutional Convention, on iheSth'of July, 1837. j -;.;; —'- - BI-M_nS. LYDIA JANE rF.IHSON. .. . Ves}' vra¦ther"'wbutrt'Tbe'""a^oll^cfli"»h,d'sla"ve,'^^ Iteneatli a Southern master's-iron sway; -" _ ¦ - • • Who looks forno redemptT6it-but tlie-Biaye", And.sows with..Wood; and tears, his wtary_wayj-W-liogrovelsi crusli'd to' e'aftli by sconi arid liii! Oh whom hopenever beams, jo)s never smile!" ¦ Ah!- rather this degiade,d slave 1-d be - ".Thauthe: free subject ofa Nortliern Stile,' "^ , Who basely fears to pour his soul out free r Among'st-his'countryVcliiKTrtu in debate i . 1 will speak bcililly ! Let llirC'imanl fear, I'll sooner die! than feel the tyrant here f Oh! that I owi'd the whole degraded laitd That lies a blot upon my country's name ; That I might break the chains from every hand. And FUGKDOM! to.their startled ears proclaim! -The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

Dome BY IlKIt.VAUD BAICTON. Where burns the lov'd hearth brightest Cheering the social breast ? Where beatsjlie fond heart lightest, . Its humble hopes possessed t ^_ Where is:ihe*"srnilebf sadness' ~ Of meek-eyed patience born, With more than those of gladness, T Which mirth's bright cheeks adorn? Pleasure is niarkedbyfleetness, '--.— To those who-ever roam; While grief itself has- sweetness At-HOJiK"! dear uojie ! ---,_..•'.:. There, blend the ties that strengthen Our hearts in hours of grief, ¦"¦/'¦ The silver links that lengthen " Joy's visits when most brief:. , There eyes in all theii>spLndouri "Are vocal to 'iherheart, j_ • » And glances gay'or tender, . Fresh eloquence impart; Then dost thou sigh for pleasure? © ! do Hot widely roamj But seek that hidden treasure At home! dear home! /V'-y IJoes pure religion charm thee FaTrmire'tluin SiiglitTjelow ? Wouldst thou tlujt she should arm thee Against tlie-h.ouroCwo]' ..-—--Thjnk, not she dwellelli only In temples...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

gg ft * <3r«trifrCTfr; <z ¦ "',. :. j - - - • = ' "'_ -"With sweetest Dowers enrich'd, From.various gardens cyll'd with .care." .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

, FromtHe%aily's'J[}oqk. < ;' THE LOVE CARRIAGE BjaiMH©^ '^illli^^ .:.:_: by mii.s. ,e _.-_. - 'And they were wed—Oh, gentle love, how dear Is thy tweet influence when thou thus dost rear Amid our household gods thy sacred slirine, And givestthy torctiupon our hearths to shine, I'ohling in. calm repose thy radiant Wings, And gathering, round our homes earth's purest loveliest things.'. .Mrs. Embury. - 'Dear, dear Henry, how glad I am to see you! OhJ you cannot tell how very long'the hours seem when you are^gpne,? exclaimed :JVlrs. Harrison, as she, ran Willi" ;e'xten<ied"hands to welcome her husband's entrance.. He.fondly returned the caress of his young and lovely, wife, while-she conlfnued-to speaJt of her...j.oy..jjt. seeing JiMp. aoil,her lonely, feelingsduring his absence. . . 'Do you think, Ellen, that Iwould leaveyoiijifit wijre npt absolutely necessary!' inquired he soothingly. 'Can you believe I-wouW-j. tay_thns_.lojJg.Jrpm you by design?' '"•.-&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

' ¦¦* 0- Fro!iiihe'Pehnl]j1vaiuari. -^—Newspaper•Publishing.— -W'a are of " those who do not.helieve'-thai the cheap-" . 'rteSriiird miilj iplicfty of newspapers is a.blessing either to the public or to the ... publisher.*. .. Competition pnsi-acertain. point in this niatlert" as in,some others "* theatres, for instance—is*apt to result notnii the production of a better article, ! ¦ =.,bui!ijifuriij.s!i.i.iig^liey. com_munity .with one at a- less -price,, ancl.ot an inferior nature; while the pcoldyJcersiJn -their anxiety to, reebmend' themselves to fa""•Wipr, may perhaps "succeed in .beating .._; dpwn,ri.vjals., buj_.ate-sure^.mfljctjiro ^ in portionate injuries, upon'their own ^ terests." "Weremewspapers lessJjumerpus,Ahey;wouldbf coui-sXbt^nj^ife profi--table-~a greater amount, ol talent ...a.niL labor "could bo concentrated on each, arid-they^w. oiildla.ttain.a degreeof influence-, usefulness and respectability; which, ismow out of. live question,,when fte"r estabIisiime...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

Convention JProceedittgt Reported for the U., States Gazette. - . / H^hbisburg Nov.-21, 1837. : Agrarianism lias this day been m'ost signally rebuked> after one.of.the Warmest contests that has yet been *vitn(jijsed in this cdny.P,hiibn> TKefrrendi pf_.«rderf good government andicoflHervativeprinciples, have nobly tri.umphed.,Radicalism hasjieen fairly beaten. It selet*- ted the battle ground—it Se-rrinfe/riced w^maftm^m^mxtm^SiF it now lies"bUeding and prostrate! "In the bourse ofjthe debate principles werenT/ptved""iipbV.7theiflodri">y h"i<:J!iP-wehad fondly believed' xyere confined to trie" noxroUsttnd pestilential atmosphere -that. fti^imts^one by. floated around 'old Tammany."; - We dreamed not that Fanny; Wright had- such bold disciples ^ in_oti)j: order-lovingrcommdnwealth^r?- that Slam, Bang & Co, bad such intrepidallies among the 'assembled wisdom,' of the Key-stone State. jSy.ery lo.yer of public justice, every one who desired-ip s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

' INTBHBBT1NO OASS. Joan K.iaca, j -.~1.. vs. ¦ -V WnTCmstm UiiLltoiD Comfjijii.j This came onjifoTTfial on Monday, in the District Court, before Judge Siroud. The following are the names of the Jury: Anion Davis, Isaac Tuslon, John Wetji« erill, Jr., James Patterson, Joseph Henderson, Samuel Browning, Isaac* Reeves, WiUiamJHt_-Wayne.-W^P-Carter, John Jordan, Jr;, Chaa.B.' VVainwright,Chas. Kemble. . . The Plaintiff, a respectable citizen of the Northern Liberties, claimed damages for.an injury received byjilm* while 9. passenger on board the ' Company's car, on its route from West Chester to Philadelphia, on the 8th of November. 1834, arid which happened^ as-plaintiff * alleged, through the carelessness and unskilfulness of tlie, defendant's agent.— The car was drawn^by- horses, antithere; were totne d^zen passengers in all on board. They had changed horses ,at Whitehall) the driver suggested the fresh horses were faster than the team they had just jiarted ^ w.ith.-_,By-jga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

- raoM tui sew io.ni: uriius, Another Letfer from Jack Downing, ALLHMU'FBETWO VOL LIES IS AFLOAT. ¦ ONBOARD THE TwoI'dLLIKI, "j -—-"•¦-;---_- JfocJ-away,!,. T.MvTl l,'37. $ Totire Editbraof-llie N. X P^ily Express. ^ Gentlemen ; • . — ..: - -—I ihank-for sending me thcTpaper regularly: but I haint had time to write to you for sometime. I believemyJast letter telj'd you about iJi.eLVP'nd.i.iion.of -Undle-Sam-and-his.but"tons, but Lam not sartir.,___-_-...^-- . - I hayenpyv .the satisfactton to tell.you, and^you^ay-ielf+f-to-all-creatio-nrthaf the '-'Two P.oilies" is a/7oo4 and this is nigh.upon. the way it kum abBut. .• --.Some weeks ago I gofalebte.rifrorn Uncle JOshtia," telling mejto kee^ a sharp look.JLyA,ojn-llie,4idea«alorrg. : -abouHtherbe*: ginning of November next,-—that they had . a plagyWhigh one down-there -in Maine, and shortly before that there was a considerable of a rise in Rhode Island; and it would sartinly be the same all along shore. And according to his.k...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

. '" V '¦...' ' . ' ;; The Banking System* :pf.- -It.la's fact, peril ip-kn-Jt generally known, to a portion, at Irait, nf the.sturdy democracy'of tha country,, that the banking system—.iid* attempt- T ed to bu. miide obiloxious to public opinion, for party purposes—lia I its origin in Itepublio.—• .. lliinlcs Iihvc always been favorites with them. They find no *nvor.in despotic governments-. The system liad its beginning «o far back is |tl>» eleyehtli Century, When certain free lownain tlio . South of Europe; although surrounded by milita. ry and ecclesiastical despotism, granted banks to the people ; whose voice was heard and respected in their municipal corporations... from thence—the system crept into the ;Uepul>!icof Venice where a bank was established, which i'erved for -. many"j'ea.rs as amoilel fur other-banks,.until itwas ptundere'd" by-Tif ipoleon-B iiinaparte." Tiis rieif bank" we.find «tab"lislie(l-ih" tiveltepublic of Holland. "yVhn li3T»not h?ard of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 28 November 1837

For ih&neserts of •Arabia • PASSAGE FREE.. /; The fine. Ship Martin Van ifaren/built at$ii^ujL^uod ^ Andt;eW^a^ manUer, i'hos. H.. Beitton, "Sailing Mas^ ter, will leave for the Deserii'of Arabia, wind and weather permitthi'g, on t,be,22d in8t.:--sSire-ha? been 'lately^;hove out, her bottomTwell- scra^Hsd, has had a-Complete overhauling, and is in'fine order for the voyage.. ,'l'Mxi cruising, it is'supposed.vylll beexcellent, as tlie whole Kitchen Cabinet will be on/board., "LifcnFoco'fTind all others'dissatisfied with the recent'elections, are requested to bp on board early, and to (ake" with them a supply of the precious metals, as hickory.leaves, called shio/plaster.s, will not pass current' £mong. the^Ar'abs;' "AsTbanks arid the credit system are unknown, in the" Deserts, they will not lie able fo-trade/on' " burrowed capital," and will .have to break.. It is a -" perish' commerce---perish credit" kind of a countiy; and it is considered advisable to put passenger...

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