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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

The Pile?. 1^ cm*c »M> I>. -».y..".,' ^.PR-IG-E-ON'E POLL'AR. II is" consiilcrcd of great'importance fur the public to kiibw the: following'fatiU: '','"About lour years ago, HolmrTolrnilaysplTe -per; son lowborn the celebrated Ur. Untile)' lim!,,o'n. Ins ileal libed imparted tlie secret of iiiiikinj; a Liniment to cure tlie l'iles, aiitburizeil it to be piit'ujFltntVBOUlTiitiler tlie-nimieof-IIays—lynithent', anil enjoined that all tvjio would 'use One bdltle.for the l'iles, and return llic^cniply botlle, sliould'Iiave.tbe price relundod. Since that time, iipwiirilirrrf-frt'ty-lliDiisand bt>t-Uos have iiucn-mild, out of wliich, not teu-|i»ve" relurncd,-aiid-llicaeoiily- bccausejlli£poTso'ns did not use it properly!! Such wuntlur'iii'l success, probably, never attended any oilier article'.' .It is 'iiiny'd'cteriiliiicd byTbt piopTTeto'r.Tlial tlie |iiiU—lic'sliall be iniide more full)' acquainted with its virtues, so thill those suller'uig with that dl'eadl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

MORRISON'S "'PILLS, R. FijWHER, jrtlHTat ajjt'lit fur Pt-nnsylvaiiia, Mai'y.lanil; Ui'luware, Hv. Ko 14sotitli7t.lisl, tliriju doors hc-loiv .Murkt-tst., - 1'ljilailL-l-_])liin.aiia^u..l0..Nol'lU.st,,_l).llltilliol'.i;^jii'j(r_llllll'tSt_OJ' , .., llc.o/.-. - . ¦' IlBALTH_SECUIlliI) 11T THE USK. OF TIIK -Hl'OEIAK "\ iOKTAJILK' UxiV£IIS".Vl> MkIUCINES'' OS ' . - yilK UltlTlSH , CJIIL1.1JI11;-.. uy ; ^^jjfflvCTn,' JLokdo.V, '-... ...„w WllICn'imVtr^bTaiiiedcth^~" Appf^ and Itecommendtitioli of TJioiiiitrtds, who have been cured in Consiiuigitiun, Cliolera\Mt)]'lnis, iiifhuiiatiqiis inteJiTally.oi' exlei'iially,.aiul all diseases of tlie- lSv&K Vellinv Fever, (ioiit, Ithetiinalisni, Lumbago, TicTT61' oreux."-lJr6))sy3"St7 Visfus's Dance, Epilepsy, App.ople.\y,Ta'lsy,_Uieeii-Sickneiis; and all obstructions-to whiclilhe Pemalu form is so distressingly .liablUj aiid which s.cudiso many oftlie fairest portion of the creation to tneir untimely graves'; Small }'i)x, Me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

CONSUMPTION- CUB Elf. ]~-'TlH5 Indi.W Succific, ,. , ?' ^e Preve»t;°n ahd cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthmas, Consumptions, spittingoof Blood, and diseases of the'breast and lungs, &c. . , Dostor Clarkson-. Freeman, the proprietor of the specific, resided upwards of four, yearsun.nong-^l^e^ii^t'ent—tiube^H^tlr American Indiausj andyivith unwearied diligence, used every means in'his/rjowef to're~ quire a knowledge of tiiediffejent reTiiedietf used ,by them, for the cure-qf the sick and/ wounded randmore particdlailytlKTSiFwlirci'i hey take to preventaiid cure the boiistimption. and colli plaints of the bieast and lungs, lie observed the Indians were-'subject to liti-; tridfous and "similar, complaints to ..those-df" wliijte people ; aiid from Their. meVtTe'of living,-and-being-.exposeit-to-tlle-incleniehcy of all weathers, many of their co'mplaint-i were c'jrnpIicaVed.atid violent. Although^ many of their diseases wcte of such a nature as w.oukl, .with people in iC civilize...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

Flaxseed Wapiicd ¦ > One Hundred Bushels of clean Flrutseerf frant. ed at the store oftlie Subscriber in South Hanover Street. -' • %. 7, . S. C. BOLANDEH. - Carlisle gept 18,. 1837. - . « ' ' '•"iiiiw^SEifr ^ ATTORNEY AT IiAW, ¦ South Easl.of Market Square. Carlisle. Pa. _11 «ieii\i>ieKTiis '.FiLCSsr..-A Further.supply-^pf Brandreths.-Pills, in ' 60 _^__. cent boxes, just received, and for .sale, at the storei ¦ •'- ..'-.-' ' ' ' .' ' t-J - .'-vQ-SD.By ^ HITJ.EB.1 .,. Nov. It, 18S7; " ""'-'- ,! -'-Vv.-: - ¦ -'-'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

THE subscriber offers for sale the following described house and half lot of ground, situate on the north side of Main street in the borough., of Carlisle, nearly opposite'Mr. George Aughiidiaugh's hotel—the west half of lot No. 61,Tn""'tire"J pnan^T"saiy~bbfotigh^sbpunded""by Main street on the south, Dr. T. Myers on the west, Dickinson alley (23 feet wide) on the north, and the widow Creighton on the east, containing 30 feet in front and 240 feet in depth. The buil d&isBLjFrame Tf'eatherboarded S;mfiei^ '' frontiiyjonjilain street with a large ait'ick Back lliiiltlifi^, / AND A BRI CK STiAB LE, fronting on Ihe tdjey.J "Said„half lot is in.a liigh state ol improvement, with a variety of choice-Fruit Trees and Cirape Vines, now bearing, Currant and Gooseberry lBilsn ' es]"and Shrubbery of-different-kinds.——.-; An indisputable title will be given to the purchaser. Further particulars are deemed unnecessary.- Any persons wisl/ing to purchase, are inviteTl to call and view ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

7 JLegtslaiive Keystone. TkUKING the ensuing session of .theiiigis--"-* lalute, the Keystone will be published twice ti week, aiid contain full reports of the proceedings in both bouses. It, will also"contain an account bf the proceedings of the reform cbiiveiitioiVwhieJi (ju'dgingfrom sirriila'r hollies in oth'er.statcs,aiidrhe convention" flfii.tTuijiiied our present constitution,) will hardly clo.se its session before spriiig. The political complexion of the legislatpi'e and the important nubjects wliiph.will.necessarily come before it, will render, the next session peculiuily interesting. All eyes are l.urned..ihis way for spcedy_refoi:ni..iii .our present defective currency. Decided action relative to the improvement .system is ar-" llently desired iir many "quarters. These two matters of themselves, forin subjects of intense inlerest-to the people at large. . On the ,4th of March", a democratic convention will assemble.here and nomina.te a caiididate-forgnv-ernor, .An ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

. DK. 3HUBAEL IIliWES' Celebrated iSliciunaliJc^tlcrvcj and Bonc/^ -, - _X;i.Ki.MJ^:x.z:irzz • Applied morning and ninfiit,- has cured hundreds. It gives relief hr the swelling or the' glands of thtf'tliroat, arsdrclieves the numbness and contractions'of tin/limbs and will take swellings^doWn, and injlumations out of the flesh, rheumatism, bruises and sprains.—It gives immediate relief; it strengthens weak limbs, and extend/thecords when contracted.—A few"drops' on sfteep's wool applied to the ear of. deaf persons, will by constant application, cause them to* hear in two month's' time. > v A. great, number of certificates of the most rcspeclableand decent-character may-be-csamined where it is sold, l'lease call on S. C. Bolander Carlisle, who will give further information, or sea Mr. Holander's papers. - Carlisle, October 30,1837.—ly. eow. 48. Also for sale by S. ELLIOTT. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

-iPITB£.ie * HOUSED L' GEO. PRINCE, Formerly of Sunburi/, Northumberland -} . - County,. {Tlegs.Ieave respectfully to 'inform the public/ that lie bus removed to Harrisburg, where lie lj.W taken that large and spacious "three story brick \\Jusa formerly' occupied by Mathew Wilson,-¦ corner of Walnut and Tliird streets, HARRISBURG, ' *¦' "In"view"of"tlre"St5terCiipilol,\vhich"he~opened-oir the first day of May last, and where he. hopes to: continue to receive ilh'at patronage, so liberally bestowed on hiW cstabllslmient heretofore. He Will at'all-times.-bo provided-with every thing necessary to make IHs guests comfortable. ¦ ¦ -- \ )• ¦'¦'¦'- .G'WJINCE"" : Ha rrisbur ,'June-'/. 1837. 7 tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

Election lor Bank Directors. - ' "^"^'^^B Lrsi. E BAifS, ~l '; • ' OctoTjer 12. 1837,; 5 Noticeis hereby given to the Stockholders in tliis institution, that an election will be held on the third Monday of. November next, (being'tlie 30th day,)*t tlie.Banklng.House,; tor thirteen" fDirtctpi-s,' to serve during the year theii'to ensue. .' - . '"7 _ , ,.' "'• - W.9. COBEAN, Cashier. J October 17,1837. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

--..- Key. Mr. JSartliolonicWs-PINK EXPECTORANT SYRUP. .. - An. agreeable cordiaij and effective riimeily. for Coughs, Hoarseness, Kol'ds, Pains in the Hreast,' ^ardJlffiathhigy^id^iflLculVexpeciorationi - For Adults & Children in cold climates and inarm. The proprietors are aware that there are many remedies .for.coughs.and.djscascijif.lliejujigs..;. some no doubt are good, but it has remained to a late day to discover an article so admirably fitted to these coriipjaiirts<i so powerful and effectual, and yet so perfectly innocent anil mild. Let not the public class the scientific result of a learned Physician and Divine with the nostrums of the day. • Let them make a careful perusal of the evidences attending this article; their respectability,' and the decided manner in wliich they speak, and tliey cannot withhold their bc-TiiriTt some~of it8"virtnes7~ Let us assure- thenr that a single trial of it w'd" do more to convince all of its merits than all they can see o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

¦VI,... BBVIDJKIVB. a -CAitLrsLE Bajik, Nov. 7.-183?.. .; The Board of Directors of this Institution have to-day declared a dividend of 3J per «ent.J'ur,theJ.lasUsix«months, 6h7the capital stock paid iii. The same will be payable to the stockholders or their legal representatives on or aft«r the I7ih instant. ' ' _, Wi,S. COBEAN, Cashier. . Nov. 14, i:S37.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

Millinery St lUaiilua llaking. irnHE Subscriber takes this method of infornj-<AL ing the Citizens of Carlisle and i,ts vicinity< -^s-cr—» _ "lnt 8'le nas commenced the -fPr ~ *BI » above-named business in all vMli^S^SLZI~ iirvt"t<1"3 branches; in Pom-^p(i^?*^^^»fret ap-eet, a. (ew doors "East sJ^S^ "ssjSj^^^' °*l ^e Second Presbyterian ¦ %ajg^&svi«:. .-r Church, where she is ready "^JsiWj^. tO'receive all those who may \ ^^ favor her with their custom. She hopes, by strict attention to business, lo 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 DressCaps, Bonnets, &o. •--- ,£ O'DONELL. ''¦ "N. K—Fashions . Bill be receiveii regularly every season. "•"-.-— .. < E. O'B. Carlisle, November 6, 1837.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 5 December 1837

. •- WAS FOUND "~ -. 'n the Car^ sometijme sincej a box oflPorcelain teeth. The owner is desired to calf at Augheribaugh's Hotel where they can be had by giving satisfactory evidence of the -ame. Carlisle, Nov. 6tb, 1837.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

¦ :' ¦' ¦• > 'MESsiLOEi.... ' - •¦•r••.:,:•/: ¦¦ .-; —'T-ROV THE' ¦--:.-.-.-1- .^-!.,-..-.-':iPre8ldcnf^4hc-«niie^Statcs^ " To the Two JBouses of Congress.---£ -ifltlfi' e-:Commaricement- of-the Second Session bfthettoenty-fifth .Congress. rEtilOW-rClTIZEka OF THE SCTATS! U "• " ': AlA) IIOCBE^OF HEPnKSE-yriTlVES-TTIT -*—Werhaive reason to renew the express •sion of bur "devout gratitude tor-the Given^OF all good-for his behign protection.. Our country/presents, on every side, the evidences of that continued fa-;vor,-under whosej&ujijyces. it lias giiadually risen' from "a lew feeble^amTderren.:-: dent Colonies" to a prosperous and pow'--E;criul Confederacy. We are blessed with domestic Tranquility, and arlthe elements . -.oLnatioflal-^pxpspenty^.^Jhe pestilence ~ ivIHclvfn"v~sdingrioraTimefsome-flbuit ishing; portions, of,the Union,; interrup-¦ ted. the general, prevalence (of unusual —heaithv has happily be'en -limited in extent, and arrested in its fatal care...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

:,: ,;. \.^&®BGtoj&-i^^- .-; - " ,-Tbk. •' CAIH.IBI.B--t'Ubbaxd .Airir-Exi'osiTaB,' wi)l be. issued at TVVO DOLLARS pcfannuih; ¦ to' lie paid half yewl'v ,111 atlvnrice. '' •' :" AnPfillTJSEMENl'SwX exceeding^asquare fof-ttired;1n'iert1biis,-;'ONE"-DQXIiAl^:-Vflrij- every Btlbseque'n't-iiise'ition, 'twenty-live Cents, longer ones ii» ijl'.ojiflrtipOj..,.^'...,.,:' , : I"...-.., .1 .--\Letters:.:id(li'essed to the publishers on :itust-Beaa,'--MtrST BE POST PAID, otherwise'they will riot be attended to.;. : AGENTS. C'. Tho- follo-winir" persons: liave been: appointed .Agents;, (or. the-.Carlisle Herald and Expositor J^j^^^,w^yne^tm^J)a^pri^^ndjd _y^rtiser Ml iyuv,ie.J, "' ' __ ' i •-•• ¦*"„. merits can be rhade.;-. , ¦¦•* i>:SHEi,T.r,- Esq. Shtremanstown, Cumb. ^u. Scott Covle, Esq! Newville, .; do. P. Koontz, Esq^Newbui-ff, , do.,-_ Thos. W. Himes, Esq. Shippensburgr—d.o< Jouk Wosi)Sni.icil,-.Ksq.. . do. .."do. ; " J. Mateer, Esq., Hoguesto^vn, d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

-J3EATJI OKGO VERNOa^ENTT ' By anarticle in the National Intelligencer, and ashort notice ibthe letter of—otrr^-WashiirgtoTi—Goixespendentiwhich are the only'accounts that have reached us.ofthis melancholy-event, we learn that Joseph -J£ent,- one. of our senators in Congress, and a man whom Marylandhasdefighted to honor—who has been tried in various ppsitionsjaf ¦high*'pobhrtra*frjrrrd^^ ableandfaithful in all, is now no more. Arsxfd.a"en' casliaTfy 'hls^dep^TveFlhiL State of one of her mos^ eminent citi-Jsensi a true supporter ofpe'r best interests and honor, and society of a mem* ber, whose amiable qualities and ""high character fitted—him to adorn all its walks. The. following is from the National Intelligencer of this morning: • With a saddened spirit we have s»t down to announce to our readers the news, which reached us when" this paper was nearly ready fdr the /press, of the death of-Dr. JOSEPHUKENT, the beloved and respected Senator of the United States from the State...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

¦'---^ '^-^^fiti^'SttelBlj^—---^" :- That we may satisfy the t:uriosity,-oT oirr readers, we issue this importanMdociimertt •In an Extra. We are so-pressed for time that -we must reserve our remarks upon It to a more convenient 'seasoti. ^M present we would merely Say that the Message confirms •the good opinion^ve .have always entertained of Governor-RlTNER's zeal for the public weal, an^liis firm, unwavering deteiminationjnall his acts, to have distinctly in view theifue'interests and.prosperify of his native 7<<«tatB. We -commend the .Message to the careful and attentive perusal of every honest wd Intelligent mind. / ¦ • ¦ ¦ •—»•*>•••—- ' - / Our friend of the Harrisburg^ironielecharges •u.with perpetrating a "doleful and mysterious .paragraph" upon the introduction of another partner, by our senior against our (the junior'i) -content, and attributes it to Our "snappish and aurly old bachelor" whims. This ii surety a miilake. Our voice.is still for—mat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

¦ The Frealdent'a meaaago. ,We have issued our, paper in advance^ of the usual time, to get thi*. document beTorefcur readers at the earliest hour. FronV the/hurry with which we present it, we have not been able to _ .read it through^nd through .withjthat jtlention. WhYc^we dtaire. But the most easuatobserver will perceive, that in the very onset, before his ¦ devout lip* cool with the expressions of gratitude .. to the "Giver of'aH^ood/f-tliePresjdeiit makes a * misrepresentation in the'very face of Heaven! "We are blessed with domestic tranquility, ian 4it th« aiiiiaTi" or j»4Tioir*fc ,'*BosraaiTX.'.f The element! of, national prosperity!!—labor, in'dustry, enterprise, and the currency, lie bleeding'at every.pore; from the wilful and jmisguided in'terfferencea of the; former,-»nd present experimenter*./ ..'¦ J, ' . '. .," . lli^ President goes on through the oM routine of "touching at "every foreign government,"arid concludes with the gratifying news, that Ihe movements of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 12 December 1837

Auhirs In Canada. Every paper that reaches us' from the east, teems wjth Intelligence respecting the_Insurrection In Canada. Great^xcltmerit prevail! through-) out the country. The Insurgents (or patriots al they are named) are dally increasing their forces —numberi^floTclt^ te"their«andard'<ntth.ey.»l! Exhibit a spirit ofdeterrainaUon to offer resolute reiislance to the acts ot the present administration. They are, marahalled under the command -ot'two^FrenchrOfflceri ofdlstinctionftrtlnea unr der Napoleon and are well provided with arms anaamWnU1bn,ana'by forlll^Tflg thewfielyefit various points, hope to make a successful resistance to the attacks of theloyallita, and In lime gain the1 desired object lor which they are contending. . -- -' On the other hand, the Governhwnt Party appear equally determined to support the present order of things, and to put down all attempts to change the ' existing slate of the administration. They have experienced commanders, disciplined...

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