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• FromthcrPertnsylvama Inquirer. ~y^ —JfMail Itobberics; / r — . --¦ _ ¦ • ¦ - _ J"./- [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

• FromthcrPertnsylvama Inquirer. ~y^ —JfMail Itobberics; / r — . --¦ _ ¦ • ¦ - _ J"./- By sups from pur attentive friends of Cincinnati, we, have the particulars of some daring robberies of the7mail, while on its passage between New Orleans, Nashville and Cincinnati/and of the discovery and arrest of the parties concerned—the primary- agenfts being the-mail-^meiTr^tlTems'elves.r-^The "CTiicInnati' Post says: ^'The/Express Maif has been robbed at a place-between Louisville and-I^slTv111i^}y^lhexafrieWfof; ^^?r "and'Checks^toTfljet aniounTof"nearly seventy thousand ^dollars «n.d ahnut three thousand' dollitrs4n Bank notes: Two of/(h.e riders (bbys; were yesterday taken^up and committed; on one of the^-was found'a hundred' dollars"of the money. Also, was yesterday taken ^p aVid committed, a" man, resident of this-cityrwit'1 whom the7r"obbers deposited the most of their ready money.— The terriers of justice are on the track,' and in hot pursuit of a fourth,,, whom there is little ...

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——ipyp—g^^*~T *¦. . ^coyGkE^sioNAi^—— [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

——ipyp—g^^*~T *¦. . ^coyGkE^sioNAi^—— great excitement on the „ slavery question-- withdrawal of southern me.m-~"^ERS^7;"-;t^~^:--:—~"~: — ¦" — Our special correspondent, in a-npte Inclosiing the'annexed Doilcc of yesferdayVprbceedings in Congress, says:— "Wearein the midst of a tremendous ^excitement on the Slave-Question." - ;'''Washington.Dec. 20th. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Charles D. -XpffinV from Ohio, in the place of Aridreyr.W- Loomis, resigned, ippeared^mnd tppkjliis seatto day. - Mr. Cushirian ' of—Nevr—Haimpshire", moved that the House again go into commhtee:Bi\theAVboleqpn-ihe_Ere^ii!jent^ Message;.'- -;, _• But the-House, refused to suspend the Rules foirtn'at puTpose. J Mr. Sladehavinu oh a former day prcaeoted-. two. memorials from Vermont praying for. the abolition of slavery, in the Dwtrieltflf Cblumbia, and-baving moved that they ber-referred to . a select comniiiiee, and debate threatening to arise thereon, the motion was- laid over iintil this day; and th...

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'/ RBt*0 R3T [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

'/ RBt*0 R3T Of the Executive Committee of the Cumberland County Temperance —Sociely^-^ r '-^-—:—.__:..; ; On-retiirning-tn the Snciety the trust confided to.them' one year siiicc,,yoiir ciiniinittce beg leave to present the folluwing **. REPORT. >, , Early in the year, a union was formed between the three principal 'i'cifiperance Societies of the borough, so far as to produce concert of action, without however interfering with the original organization"of either of the societies. . The names of the Temr)e^ ranee Suciety—of—tire—First—Presbytemii-Church have'been transcribed-on'your. records under'the appropriate1 pledge, The names of the Young Mej^s^'enjpe^ncejiooiely5l»awifot as^yet^been-liandeiLtO;.y;pu>. Secretary; but so fir asthcy,liavc acted dur-. ing the past year, they have acted in conceit mtl) the general society;.' With this ai range,- riiehtyoui committee feel satisfied; and have"; no-doubt but it .will ultimate.in it more effi-' cicnt action on ...

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¦ From tht GeUtyslurs Star... ... JP'winters to the Semite [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

¦ From tht GeUtyslurs Star... ... JP'winters to the Semite —lE^It^is-wit|inmueTirTeg"rWrhaVwe pereeive a quarrel h'^s ariiiJii between the Editors of 1 he-HarrifburgTelegraph :md.Cli|;onicloal)bii.ltlieeJeetionof Pcirifei". to the Seiiate; ahd-the-personaUy iiblTsiVFra1 lusiops"liiwarireacli other", as wrell^aii the Teleg^repivVhmt^renrnrrks about the'motives, ,;i&c. pf-JMtv JBiSNaosE, We suspect-there.has been a Kiisutiderstaridihg' betweieii the parlies,; or certainly the, abovejiapcrs'.would.-iipt,ha,ve been rival' candidate- for the;Senate's, pxliiiinRi-liXhallJiiisund0r«tandiii f, has led to the defeat of -both, 'aiuLthejcJefc tionr.ofUhoaeutv.ho-probabLy_.dosetv;.e _iLas much as either of 'our other friends. ' , But why quarrel about it now?.. It certainly can do ho good, and- may lead to niuch miscliief. In the spirit of kindness, then, "we would call upo"n~those Editors to cease their'quarrel, and no longer, serve up-palatal)!* dishes for "thei r greedy Jn^ighb...

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tidterndf'>sJWBhsaget [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

tidterndf'>sJWBhsaget The message of our excellent Goyel-nor, seems to be a favorite wjth .all parties.—; The Philadelphia Herald, and Sentinel says. "The whole city is vocal with the praise. of.Gbv. Ritner's Message. It is one of the best State papers that haVappeared in the country. -.-„.-¦ The veteran and respectable editor of the American Daily Advertiser, says—• "The excellent Message of the Governor, •is-*-documeat_-WJ}iCh^nj;aks for itself.-™ The treatment 6f,;thc subject~pfTinternal improvement, the currency and finances of the Commonwealth, and the encouragement of individual enterprise in developing our .national resources is really ad mirable.//It is truly Pennsylvanian and stamped with the sound democratic,principles" of bur Farmer Governor; ~ ~~- Tlie National Gazette—admitted to be one of the iiius^ably conducjted^resses in the Union—says: We present to our readers, Jolhe.excl.usioni_of _ pJ^ei^alWr^Jhe able and interesting.messalge of Governor Ritner, d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

• The partnership heretofore existing between the siibscriberand Gkouoe W. Veazbt,, was dis: solved on tlWlSjh ult. The Herald:' it Expositor will hereafter bfc_ published on the. individual re; snbnsibility of the undersigned. J':".//' ' OEOIHJE M. PHItXtPS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

The compliments of the season Wo/'ir patrons Hove you any money?—The -printtf ttraiits—\ijill you give?,;;. _ .'_' V 'M _ . ....... Inoiirlast we had merely tinKeWb notice Ihe •fasfstnOf Wm. B. Fui.Wn.EB.-fThe subject hassince -presself upon our minds arid we feel urged lo add our feeble though sincere.tribute' to the general esteem that was entertained for his chaacter. He had early laid the foundation for failure usefulness and distinction in a liberal ediica-,/ ' tinn—but "was prevented froiinjjaking that advantage ot it, which he. desired, by the. insidious, Blit too'fatailysiire approaches of lhat disease which —bas-numberedsisbrmanyiOf-caMh-a-brightelitJand^ loveliest among the "things'that are njDt«?V-pf, an affectionate.disposition—high -and - honorable prineiples-^-.engaglng _ manners—a cuJ'lyfafed .' _and_reiined^ind_and_a_copmusJmagpaiiQlt^i lie gave promise of a career of honosjanfl fame; But— that undistinguishirig storm, w^iicb regards alike with indifference, the tr...

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The Goveriiorts Jflcsmge. -.....¦;.. * .- / -:-/' ¦ ¦ ¦¦-. :¦ ¦'„/'¦ ' [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

The Goveriiorts Jflcsmge. -.....¦;.. * .- / -:-/' ¦ ¦ ¦¦-. :¦ ¦'„/'¦ ' Two weeks ago WeJ puhU*hed the yoyefnoPv Message/tp t!ie ^g islature,jat-(h;e Spemrig-bf^t4essio.fi. a^yhich time^etiad barely rooniio draw attention to its contend, withPut^epVking on any particular portip-n Of thiVt.fi&cuWieht;. .' ~" "T"""""";v?./;:;.-/ (''¦ Tho»«'.-w"'hb" havecarefully^read^hil paper, must have been struck with tlie excellent republican sentiments, whictt pervade its whSlc scope. It partakes of a. true Ameri~ cjpi„ and particularly,-of ii:Pennsylvania chariicter, and aSt^s beetiyjustly remarked by a coteniporary, will haye^more" influence/ on the Welfire of the ^ntry, than that/M the' Message 'of Presidehjyv "an Buren ^ / In speaking of the embarra|§ments growing out of the-Ueranged state^ the curj-eh^y, the Governrir pays the following jurt/tribufe to the farmers, mcclj^ics.ahd .liiercMants of Pennsylvania—a T OOute no/less true, than deserved: /wv.: ' / • ¦ : ¦ •/Neither muS...

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PennsylvaniaJjegf stature [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

PennsylvaniaJjegf stature Correspondence of the Herald *• Expositor. ' .extu'act to thk xjiitor','datki> -' HAnnisnunc. Saturday, Dec. 16,1S?7. Solomon says that in the 'multiplicity of counsellors there is wisdom.' I would' suc^ctt to the SolonidnsTo^tlio Coiiveniroll the propriety of so .increasing the number of representatives in the lower house of.our Assembly, that this desirable quality in a legislator, or a Legislature, may be alfaincd. The lamentable deficiency which, we find here at this timerCAn only be ascribed, in accordance wilh the royal psalmist's ...,...., -.„ _ - -, -^-- -^ ascribed, in accordance wilh Ihe royal psalmist's j apothegm, to the paucity of our representation in thai body. .__ . _ " " ."" . 1....7T ~ .'.'.. In the Senate on Monday the 1.1M,—-Mr. Pallz, on leave given, read a bill to restore the proyJflM5--ftfjhe:GenerH.ErectioA-l.aw>ic^ and county of Philadelphia—In other words, a bill repealing the registry acts. . The resolution s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

HERAtD^O EXPOSITOR. ;. ,- I (W' f:—r-T- — : ' BYOEOltGE »J ^ PHII<I'PS« • ¦: . ' ^WAXLt ZSlsIi-- .'.¦ :'. Monday, JW^nary i. 1838. The- People^ Ca ndidates: '"""' " "-'¦' FOR PREBIDENT^- "7 "7 Ajysa» 3M^''.iaiiiaisiis©.sr.<» - feoit VICE PRESIDENT.t. m&kst<®&& .©a^srjfciaiB JfetnotTMUSntiouisonic Candulate for Governor, ..f&OTipS-'iB'nffl-MiBy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

UAHHIED, S On the 21st lilt. By the Rev. .Wm. T; Sprole, Mr. Hugh Stewart, to Miss Sas rait, eldest, daughter of the late Mr. Francis Searight, Esq. all of S. Middleton township. '.'",- ¦ - .., With the above^notice we were favored with a handsome slice of the wedding cake. Both bride and groom have our best wishes tor their future welfare. We say to all ?Go and do HkewUe.* On the 5ih ult. by^the Rev. J. Moody, Mr. Jesse Kilgore, of Newton township, to Miss Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Qulgley, of Hopewell towush.ip.', - On the 26th iilt. by the Rev.v: John Ulrich, Mr". Jacob Ritner, of South Middlcton, wMiss~Elizabeth Smith, of Monroe township. (COMMVNICATED.) '.-.- ¦ Obituary. r . *S Died on the 23d ult. JbAii Au, youngest Son of dhristbpherrAu^of^ewtoiia^WJis^ip^if^ dJaQyearsand 11 months'.'- ,-..._•• ¦ ' L-Iljajbiit just to remark:Jb^jd^tiri^;nre,_h.e had secured the esteem and friendship 'of all who knew him, by his exemplary moral nhavactcr—his gentle and affable ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

ORPHAN «' covtiiisjiXM BY virtue, of an. order of the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, will be exposed to public^ sale on Wednesday the 24th day of January next, at the public house of John .Joseph Kelso, deceased, situate in East Pennsborbbgh fownsKipr'SHid'eonotx. cdntaining 21 Acres and 107 Perc:he»^mor«j ^ ->rJess. !Being part ui^tracti.forjtnerjj;xal-_; U-a Kelso's Ferry place;" This property"» div-idev' "«>"» three-patt*. and will ^ sold seDarate .or together, to'^uit purchasers. ,^0'i'- •T!n*#»rt1 <i'rtbe afo«*taid.prop^ltyVi. 'uate abh.veth<f turnpike, aud on tha riVerSusquehanna.; contajning-9. Acre, apd §2 perches, more or leW.V with that Iarg_e awl commodious Brick " - ¦': ' . ....: ^ATP?i®'-'^'^1^SIB»""" '•'¦ Large frame stable, all nearly new, arid noy occupied by John Sourbeck, a ^feA..;-. wviiti stony ¦ ConUguous thereto, a' valuable Lumber Yard thereon,, and other necessary improtvements, and, beautifully situated. '<&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

;: BR. BRANJ»RF,TH!S Vegetable Universal Pitts ¦iicknce should.contribute id the Comfort, Healh •_•_¦"•)? '-:-and Happiness of Mankind." J,6ji the,eighteenth of May; 1835, these ji6\y •truly-celebrated* Fills were first maUfe_)fnowii In ^i.ie 'tfhitedStfites, although i n Europe they bad been'previously before the public nearly a century. ' The American public naturally viewed them with suspicion, but as oij trial they were found what they professed, it" was'.soqn- displaced -bythe greatest, confidence. In'fact .the. many persons rwho have commenced with them iinder the most trying circumstances of bodily affliction,' when every other'means arid medicine had "proved altogether unavailing, have been restored o health and happinesss from their use, and the consequence is, they, are now recommended by thousands of persons whom they have cured of Consumption, InHuenza, Colds, Indigestion, Dyspepsia^ Headache, Pains, and a sense of fullness in the back-y part of the Head, usually, th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

The Files.. Mo cure nogta'y PRICE ONE DOLLA'Rv It is -considered of great 'importance for. the public to JJeii'Pw.the following.facts;'¦¦'' ''¦'¦ '¦¦¦¦ About fpiu'yciirs ag(ijr-Solomon Hays, thepersonjpjvho.m^ Ins death-bed imparted tlie secret of making a Lin<meht to cure the Piles, authorized it to.bt;, put up and sold under.the name of Hays' I_.ini'- m'eiitj-and enjoined.that all ivhojyould use one bottle for the Piles'and return the empty bottle, shoutuhave the,price refunded ¦.-.--.¦•¦¦ .'. . Sftice that time,-upwai*ds7of fifiytlioiisand bottles havie been sold, out of .Which, riot ten havereturned, and thes'e only because the persons did not use improperly!! Such wonderful success,, probably, never attended. aify"otber article. It is nowdeihirmiinajj^he _p!m| >jleJ. or,ahaiJhe^pjiblIcTsfiall be made more fully acquainted with its virtues, so that those suffering with that dreadful complaint-may avail tlierriselvesof. its .use3ft_.;."_7_. There are many thousa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

WHICH have obtained the. Apprnhaljiijjp-afld Iteciimmendntion of. Thoiisai)d!(, wlitr liave been cured in Consumption, Cholera Morbus, .inflama' tions internally or externally, and a\l deseases^efi tlie Liver, Yellow. Fever, Gbiiy-lth«uii!a_tism, Lumbago, 'Tic Doloreux.' lijpmy? St. ViStus's Daiice, Epilepsy', Appoplexy, Palsy/Green Siclc^ ness, and all tibmructions fi» wJEch the'F^miili.-form ia°,so distressingly liable, and*tvhicli send so miihy of the fairest portion of the: creation to their untimely graves;'Small Pox; Measles^ Whopping Cough, Scarlet Fever, Asthma, JauhJdice,:Gr*ve.li-Stone, and "il Urinary Oh.4truc'tioi|s, Fistula, Pil_,s, Sfrictiires,;Riiptiires, aiid'Sypliilis iri all its stages,; Constipated Uowels, Worms, Scurvy,itching of the Skin, King's Evil, and all Cutarfeous^pisiirders ; in, sjiorf, cvc'ry\ Complaint, which the human frame is sb-direfiHIy subject, ifiider all their varied forms and rismes; as the'Hygeiah conviction is, that man is subject to only o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

Jlfoffat's Vegetable Life Fills, and ,'• . ¦ r.w^^ia^ri^rii»p. •!¦ ^''"^^^^SriltsT. '•" • Lggr-. '¦ -' • All taffioni,"from tlie remotest npt«» have hnd^Hps, bu C4ilf^wn»,'tt»lyiouud<ont*tlHB< wny to-Amvnvii. .fiviori- tbp tiliTk of ineei'vai ^iii>lfliuvieiitor, pi opt* w^jrc only ennbledWu'imddle nhimlythe aliOrci. Juii so wilh tlie I,ifir Mtdjlci(it«.'ltri« butAmi jtnTi (incu I fipt vcAturw! upon urWiiikuflwli 0L-?mii/ and 1 Imve dlscoven-d UiM|mpcioui object 1 W8iiiiteArtflior-H£Al|TH. Vt-gHnblmfraicini'i jUChs iiidt-t-d known' whvnJl cotnihrnGtiii my^ertfeb, but their Ofe-wtfr-nm. Jly'tbeTise;6\tlUrro*I/*ate_iiut.anl?y psifud rroitTfj^dlpected Invalid,fto theXalv, hearty and3 jietive nmn of bushwJii, but, comparative! J^peakiiig, 1 have renewed ujy youth. *1 can (hub with coiiliuVncein my own exjierteifctrTiUlvisewlttVjnyfellofecitizens. Motithefea^^ w.AituwotJhnt the VEOBT.AlHaE LIFK Y"5»ICINES ar^iuitftbleto bU own cuierXifiVnve on flleJat my office, $45...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

UipTED-' SpTES' Aftfylfcs Recruiting Service. ' WANTED far theOktrpD Statks"Army,Ta few able-boated citizens,' between "tfrt ages of 18 and 35jye^Ks/beirig about S.feet-C inches lngh, 't>i^bo(i^cffara\ter,;anA oi res_iectable standing amon^-their fellow citi. zeijs. , None neetl'apply to dnter the service, but those who are-detel^^nined, to serve the period of tlveir enlistment—wjiich- is- only tbreej^ears,—honestly^and faith,tujly„._,.,,.,,;, -:I?Sy...-.- .:._;. i '-^-Pji^ofSVi'agoon ...:':*>"-sS*-''--' - - soldiers, when ¦^mounted. - - , ; ly * ¦ -. ' ."¦ ¦ ;T& '5s' £ i- This table shows the amount ¦« 2 J? 'i of pay_«vliicli enlisted,soldiers, ^ -%--^>' S-.acpm-dipg'-to^their respective jg, fc, ia /grades, are_.ei.iti.tled_tp reoejye_ _§F '_§_ Jg _/ for their services. . .5; 5 . % t. : 1^ : ' * f* *' 1 ¦ ¦ ¦ ^ )f> $ To the Sergeant Major, Quartermaster Sergeant, Ch'f Musician, & Ch'f Bugler—each 16 192 640 To the* 1« Ser't-cif a Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

A if cautilul Head o£ Hair Is tlie grandest ornnment helonging to trie Immun friime. Howstrangely the loss of it changes tlie'cbViBte'nSn'ceand "p'rehiiiurely brings on the appearance of old age, whiclrciuises many ta" recoil at being uncovered, and sometimes evenTo shun society to. avoid the-jt-sts and sneers of.their acqu,aiiilance8j tlie^remainder- i>f 'tlwii- iiM«o,"«ri conscquentlyspent in retirement. ^ ' In short, not even_5lie lossof property fills the generous thinking youth with that' heavy sinking gloom as.does the loss of his hair. To avert ?i!l. these 'unpleasant circumstances, OLDHIDGE'S HALM OF COt.UMUIA sVips the hair from falling off'on the first application, and a few bottles restore it again. It likewise produces eyebrows and whiskersi prevents ihe hair from turning grey, makes It curl beautifully, and. frees it from scurf. Numerous certificates of tlie first respectability in support of the- virtues-of Oldridge's Halm, arc shown by the pfopj;ie_tprs. ""...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

Valuable Real Estate . , FORuSALite ¦ .-;' IN PURSUANCE of the dir«ction:of the will of -Thomas Kennedy, deceased, late of , Mifflin township, I'will,sell at Public Sale, on JilONDM..JJie 25th_d_iy of'Decemberneit.-onthe prenrissi'at Pen o'clock, in The forenoon, the follnwin^*»lesoEibed Farm, situjtefl in Mifflin /iuiaV Krankford townships., .bolindedliy the lands' ;of «eori,'e_ffBratten, Jftjin Brown,, Henry Brini Widjothers; containing 2r8^ren of patented land Of fli'st quality of Slste aiS Gravel, about 170 acres of which are cleared, thfe rtfsidii^is^Vered with Timber. l; lie improvements ai'e ¦'• witiiiimDer. I ne improvements ai'e -'- A BoubloX6g House^ ^^^^, ^ :fci t toS e n .'."; -mBBSam ' A Double^Lo^ H'am, Willi two Thresh^ ing Floorsand a^TBiiselerected for a Dirtillery.-1-~ .mj£ There, is a stream of, nevev-fail-—j_^^^j^^k»i n^water-ru lining pasttheimv__^_j^S^^^» _^ - provementst==l'here is-alsb an ^BW"i' ORC ^A^RD Jtiii.i '" °'' eScelleht fruit on the. Farni. C^Ot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 1 January 1838

•Estate of Dr. John P. Geddes, deceased. ;y;;^;. :¦ '.NOTICE. '"'-' ' All.persbns indebted.lcJnheMtate of J)p. John P. Geddis, late of the borough bf-Newville, deceased j are requested tr. make payrhentr without delay, to J^is. Catharine J. Geddes, Executrix, residing in the borough aforesaid; or to-Roberi -JLaifdj-^executorj"'"residing in" Frankford vtoviinshiii:;those- having claims ap/ainst Ofi.j;^f'i),yf i" :' . ."¦ _• ,.;•;.;• .i'..»;'},= S( >n-' -,.i,,.|y ip.i!0ii.i':;i>> r..''-.' , •¦•• -'•..--, .,___: ., '•',, : —»''-""."./ ,''.. . i'.u•".'.'C'RT)dj;'.'-,, " A ' '."." " EuA.LUll\X. ^ -.V-..—,»-_—,. ..^..;-^.-^.^-y. ^j^j-jy- - <'-*\V,•:.',;;-: ,.,.:;::',";,- '. : '\ffxCCUlor, »'j%$ii.i'n.fy-vri7^<s~ ¦ ¦¦' '•

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