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

DISSOLUTION. THE Partnership heretofore existing between tbe subscribers, under the firm of HALL AND PORTER, is this day dissolved by mutual con-•en'ti The bopks are in (the hands of William M. Porter' , wlio U suthorizetTto settle the same. JOHN L. N. rTALL, -WM. M. PORTER. .-- Carlisle, Oct. 30.—1837.- ^~-

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

-—'r DRrSHUBAELHEWES' 7 Celebrated Rheumatic, Nerve, and Bone LINIMENT. Applied morning and nightrhas cured hundreds. It gives relief in the swelling or the glands of the throat, and relieves the numbness and contractions of the limbs and will take swellings down,: and inflamations out of the flesh, rheumatism, bruises and sprains.—It gives immediate relief 1 it strengthens weak limbSi and extends tlie cords when contracted.—A fev/ drops on sheep's wool applied to the ear of * deaf persons, will by constant application, cause them to hear in two months'time. A great number ;of certificates of the most respectable and decent character may bVewmined where it is Sold.' Please call on 3. C. Bolander Carlisle, who will give further information, or see Mr. Dolander's papers. __• ¦ .,., j, 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 — 1 January 1838

Big Spring Adamaetine Guards. «r -¦ -.Take notice that an appeal will H ¦ be held for the current year at the RM house of Mrs. Woodburn, in the M 'borough of. Newville, on Satur-^& I day the SOth instant.. .'. • i^^q * ¦ By order ofthe' Ct. of Appeals. li^Sl ^' ^ ^" persons knowing il l W *''e"l<>t''{ ^C'"debted t.i the com" \ AI i>i»"y»-will'nV.cnd on said dayaud '' Vlsi "' r''e *'lx"','n'» '^"""• ''""e. suits ' "• b3 will'be Immediately entered. ^rj£mt^K> . By the Committee. Dec. 18 ' ¦ :> ' ¦'

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

Stock and Exchange • '¦ '.BRpitER ^ ¦"•• Harrlsburfr, 'Markcfatreet, opposite to Wilson's Hotel, - -.. .•-• ¦ ' . 12a (EHB^QSmiiSfo ¦' ¦ nuy'e and sells Notes ot'all kin'di). "Stocks bought ami sold. LUTTGUY PBIZKS Cashecl, and all information given relative to LOTTERIES. ^n5U«t2111_P7. ( <i ' - •

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

Flaxseed Wanted One Hundred Bushels of clean Flaxseed want eiV-at the store ofthe Subscriber in South Hano ver Street. „-- -; " S. C. BOLANDER. Carlisle.Sept 18..1837C JYOTMCE. Letters of Administration on the estate of John Morret deceased., late of Monroe township.' deceased, liavlnffil. -Hued lo.llie suli^ciibers,.residing in said township. A I |iersnns having rlnims against llieesiiite, will present llieinlo ihp subscribers for payment,uud all persons indebted to the estate will mn_ke payment immediately, to- . ,. Samuel Morret, . • ,. "George Bri ndie, Nov 20.1837,, Executors,

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

ROBINSON'S OFFICE, 1 80 Ball, st., 4' doors below the Franklin Banle.} —~ ~ 't^a1p-i-t-w-l^^===== i-':^^~-- - 50,000 DOLLARS. Persons at a distance diposed to try their luck in either of the following grand Lotteries—one of which draws alternately every week-^-are respectfully requested to forward their orders to the subscriber, enclosing the caslvor-prizeticketsrdesighating-the Lottery will receive immediate attention by return mail, and the'drawings fprwardedwhen over (if requested.) < E. W. ROBINSON. Baltimore. Md. Drawing of Lotteries.—Order in which tlie several StateLotteries will be drawn. Maryland State Lotteries draws in Balti more every other i!vl6ndayr~capitals range from" 10,000, 20,000 to §30,000 ; Delaware State Lotteries draws twice every week, capitals vary from 5 to gTO,000 ; Grand.Con solidatad Lottery draws once" every week, capitals 20,000, 25,000 to'$3.0,000 ; ATexaridria Lottery draws once every other week, capifalsrlOrOOO, 20;000, 30,000,50,000 ; ...

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

PUBLIC HOUSE. GEO. PIUNCE. .-Formerly of^Sunbury, Northumberland 7^ jXJottnltf^ T- '~. """ Ilegs leave respectfully to inform the public, that lie has removed to Hariisbnrg, ulffre he has tnkenjliatjarge and spacious three story brick house formerly occupied by Matlicw Wilson, corner of Walnut and Third streets, HARRISBURG,—_- Ja^eAV.o£4heJSta.teJCapiUiljVhich he opened .on. t.he first day of May last, anil where hi- hopes to continue-to receive jhat patrTinsge so. liberally' bes.towed on his"establisliment heretofore. He will at all times.be provided with everything necessary to make liis guests comfortable. •¦ g; PRINCE. Harrisburg. June , 1837. •'(-—,. tf. ' -Sm Sirtr*. r__MHK subscriber offers for sale the following ^_J___^de3cnb^ hou se^and lialf:1ot of grdimd, situate oil the north side of Main street in t,liejtu>rough of- Carlisle, nearly opposite Mr. George Aughinliaugh's hotel—the west half <if lot No. 61, in the plan of said borough—bounded by Main_street...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

1luxeoniTon ^.-^^iniaig. ..,- ^ ^W. "' CAniisii! Hkiiald AW> , ¦ willX l»«ea at I^VO DOLLAU3 per annum, to IxAaid halFyearlvm advance. JiZ^1Gi?r«fl'WV3iV:rani>texcee(Iin.irasquare «„• three insertions, d'NK lmLLAh. and tvery libsequenl insertion. Twenty-five V,ents, lbngc ones in proportion. . .- . .' •- . --Lctters-suldeesseiUo the publishers on bus.. BeVs./NWST lib t'OST fAlW "oWierWiJc they «rill not be attended to. ••'.'•' AGBHTS. « ¦¦ The followins persons have been appointed Agents. |«iU»e^enBfi>'« •Her.ld-.i.d .fcxpoajor CoAThon1>y".ent tor subscription and .ulvcrt.sementicah be imide..'. i . ,,. S'JsTrifci/Y,- E-q. Shlre.nanstown, Cunib. Co. ScottCoyi-k, Esq. Newvlllo,. .-,i-. < o. 1'. Kooktz, Ksq, Newburjr, •¦ '-' (l°- Tiros. W7 Himb;», E^q- Shippensburg, do, J,„iv Woyn-.iyrfeii. M- ' ''"• " ' "'• .' J. Mategk, Esq.,.HosuesIown, do. 11. WitsbN^ Eaq: Mcchpnicsbui-ff. . do. lVlLLIAH-ltOKSH^Esji^Ioj^WCll, _ _J "^_] R. STU.iicr.or.,*q....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

. /:.%ti c;ffinvljt.».gj : ^j — i ** - _——•¦ . _¦¦ li{\Usweetest.flowers enrjcli'd, ^ k'rui'ii various gardens cull'd n i'li ea.c. ' ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

'SI»S:S'C2S OF "" CSSd&ii E'& '.YJl 5*JL Oil OF 1'KN.VSYI.VANIA, On the -BUI imp w?g additional du-¦ lies as "depositaries, in certain ca-..... Acs, o» public officers delivered * in Hie f louse-of Nrpresciilatives of J he United Sttilcs Oc\. 13/h 1S37. ' ^.The ljilL.im|x>i<i(iK additional 'duties oii""public" careers" brnTgninder consider* -nlion in tlic coiiimitl'cc of the .whole on tlie slate of iho Union. Mr. 'N.vYi,tiR,-of Pennsylvania, said, -i tr-v.-a s -wit! t-uroa-t—rein c-ta n ec—lha t—he rose, for the fi. st" ¦' t i m e,'"i ii'tJ}js_hnlKj=r \\aiK\l-\\\\\\*i$C' <ihligi'd\o rise') Yes, '.''(-said Mr. N.,; I am .impelled loj speak. J cannot. rt-'iTiniit *flent. 1 voted for ijie introduction of tliis_hiH-to our deliberations .some days since, on purpose to afford, the honorable gimllejTian~froirr"Soirrli7Garoliiia^-(-iVli-.-rPjcjjctis,)an-oppori.uiVity to express his views in relation toil. ^''perceived his anxiety'to speak and fel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

'' .. -¦ For the Herald U Expositor, - ' .-."¦• The-Past—The Futizve», ^_ i'P'ltAGMlSKT. -'-—— •VberTwe look back on hours long passed away ,-''¦ And every circumstance of joy, or woe, , -Tilnit gwisia make this' strunfre beguiling show Oiled /i/e;, as "ihough it were of yesterdays \Vt start'-txrU-.oh our quickness ofjlecay.-r-Stijl fliesHiiwe:i'ri«f_Titrie:—on stil^we^o, . And„wlutJi.eLi-!^ui Hp endlessi.wea.1or woe,.'. ..,. As we have wiOuglit oiirpai-ts-in this bi.iet'play. YcMnanv have I seen, whose thin blanchedNocfcs -•^n'OTllt.liwinitCTHiejtlty-ticre^follyAwtJlt,^ WhohaviuB-pJis^'l 'lie' storm with all its shocks, ; ILad-nolh'uiB learnM from Cvhiit-they saw or felt: Br*v,e spirits! dial can look with heedless eye, On doom unchangeable, and fix'tl eternity. - . **- 1. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

MR. CALHOUN /The. debate hi the Senate, on Tuesday, •whicjh"- we-cppy fi.om-the. Globe, exhibits Mr...G.A£iHnj.N_again jn theju-. tit-ptIC-0f-ttH-H-FftV^r-ftii-l—inehaepr nf disunion. , If it",were our desire, us it most assiirdly is not. tfl spe Mr. C,w_.tiou.\ ^i°.liil!ig-!!'].1 ^-^. 9iui,''?e" hesl calculated to destroy jiis present iiiliuerice~a"iTd—to" tarnish his future fame, ivc should promp". him.to avail himself of every occasion to denounce the pains and penaltiesof a disSplTitioii of llie Union against every _ in an who should have the independence io differ with him upon the extent to which the people of the North rriay indulge their notions upon the subject of slavery. The man who is_cpnstahtly- prating of the dissolution"''!)!' the Union must, if there he remaining a spark of the reverence for it Which lias ahvays be.flri regarded as Uf -most— ce'r-tai-n- s» feguard,-becaaui.jodiojj^ fo the. whole American people. 'iMi'e dissolution of the Union of "these Slate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

^JPtekimonrCpUege*— To the Editors of the Jugate fapers. ^ GiSrissMEST-T'Many citizens of our county and valley manifest.*! deep interest iii Dickinson College. You-have exhibited your sense of its value to the public -generally.! And there seems now to be a general.confidence in its. success 8c administration. Hence I feel desirous to communicatci some information which I hav!e gaih' erfed, and which is riot^gerfeVaily possessed by the;community, and wliicjil-ani-sure-they-wili-be-pleased :to. learnT . I have obtained it from the most authentic sources,: arid refer' to any xif llie. trustees or officers of ..qpllege for authority. I propose to make a few ob* serrations upon the re-organization of (he college.under its present governiiu-iit^-and "i!i7pt^ri~iTs ~ v'aiue to the county," tl." commonwealth, and the country at large. - ' ¦ - "~ : . ,'-, There is a generajl.impression abroad thut-the property of the college waV tiaiisl.erecl in.' some way to the confer-, rhces.of-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

-_JUai^mL0<_»_»OOJJ>»I!ai ssL yiGimTsifAfElottery; ^oi-Endovving/the Lcesbiug Academy and for , other purposes. 'Class.No! 1 for 1S33. • . .. To be drawn aT""Ale'xan"iltia-,~Vav-Satui-day, Jan' ¦- uary 13( 1838 SPLENDID'SCHEME- "" ' 930,OD0^10,OUU—7.000—5,000-4,000-3,000—2,105—25 of i,u"00:-50 o;' 500—50. of 200, &c. Ticket $10—Half $5—.Quarter $4 5'J., CCTtlCPf£ackagespf25'Vnnj]_J__kcU4.130i-i: })(, do 25 Halt;.... . cfo. , , , , G..5. !,."„ Dp -do 25 Quarter do 32 50 "~ ."'iqo 'JPrir.cn oi'^tiOeO. lyrrKGLNiA state lottery. . "Nor tlie- T)'enrt.T"i,f ttie'lown urWlieeltoj;-" ' Class No I fur 1838. To be drawn at Alex;.iidi-ia, Vti. on the 23tb Jan''' 4V. iiary..l8o8.-OBAND capitai. rniies: *3O,O0O— 8^00--^4,uuQ.T;r.3iaoa^2_>.Oa-rrA,P.?irt 100'prizes of 1,000! &c &c. Tickets only §10—Halves $5 — Quarters $1 Sj Cert's oft'ackages of 25 Whole Tickets $130 Do - do . ', 25 Half do 65 Do do 25 Quarter do 32 5J $3©,00©-~$ 10,000. * ' 14 Dra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

~X pRPJnJSJi S^coUR'kSJiM.B, '% - JOY virtue of an ^ order-of the Orphans ff Court of Cumberland county, Will bd .axposerOp public sale on1 Wednesday the 24th day of January next; at tRe Public hoiise. ^ or John Joseph Kelso,- deceasefoy situate in ' 'East Penfisborough townshijM%id^TOuntyi --containing 21 Acfesand 107"Perche»ftepr« : or less • Bping part uf ajtnact formerly^W^. led Kelso's Ferry place." This property is^S ^ divided.into three parts-, and wfjill .be sold, , separate, or together, to suit purchasers. '..,'•" ,-' jSNTb. 1. That part of^ ie afoxesaid^iiro- \ perty si'uate above the s^rilpike, and^n tho TltrBT SiisqueliarthTtr'feotrt'aiiStiighs Acref and ffa.TieixheijimorB orlessJjyi__h_l_hat large and. cdnimbdious.Brick — h~ — ;'- ¦ ¦ -" -¦ > A'TJ^mmm^^^:s jfcsarge framestaBle, all "nearb_r^w_ andriovf..'•. . occupiedbyJohii Sburbeck, a, ¦ ^^&) :. TWfaSTOni9 "'¦' ^mmm^MM^::-Contiguous thereto, a valuable LumberYardtthjereon, and other.neceasai;y impr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

The .¦Veiv'Ji'cfvr... -, On motion of James II. Graham,-.Esq.-, John J. Myers, William M. Porter, and Frederick Ji. Butty, Es~qrs..wcre admitted to practice law-in the several courts of this county.. , -..„-. "\n consequence'of our columns being cro wiled with oilier matter, wo were obliged lo issue our last number without llie usual New Year's greeting. Our.patrons_iii.ist not lbei.ee jnfer lift.!.we' -«lid Hot or do nut wist. Hiein nil the happiness -d>iringalie_preaeiit-.vjiajl..iv!ii.cli il is possible fur frail mortality to enjoy. -Such is-indeed our wish, and sued is our fervent piayer. We wish them bealtb, happiness and piqspcrily during this yitLt, and Ihc retuni ofrina uy- happy-ne w -«nes.—j -We lender lo tbeui our-thank's for lheir pat- I rouagenrid support during the past, and hope for •a conlhiualiou of them during ihe -present .and cominsJ.y*ars—Oui!_g4ale"fit^-itl«>04ylc(!g-nu;nts- ^IP.4"iSj!S!' .,l'le'",rBe increase which our sub"sciiplToTrlis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

>MffitaryT*Meciittgsrf~~~ \\c have received the- proceedings Of several tteetingshtld dutmg the l»at weW il, the upper end of ibis county, in favor of different persons who are candidates for. military honors. We are sorry that a want of room compels us to omit them. Wq will, however, give the names of the candidates, and ' we suppose that this-Wi|| be* enough to*tinio:l»te the voters to use every effort tolled tlieir favorites, t The candidates of one jisrty. are. Adjutant Joust. Wthcoojy of /Vest. pennsborough township, for Lieutenant Colonel, and,Captain Jambs Spokslxd, of. Newburgh, for Major."' The other party have nominated- Cajit. MoHTaoMfcnr Dohalu'sos, of Dickinson, township,, for Lieutenant Colatid , and; Mr. Datid AVuibbi, of Ildpewcll towushin, tot Major. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

'•",'.The JWatmnoth Sheet. : * The first m/niber for, 1838 of Alexander's .Weekly Messenger may with much truth be so called. -It is an immense pSper, da'cidedly the largest.we have .ever seen: . its BfsOpa^e a errib'ellished'wit!) 20 poftraits'of distinguished public men'.amnng which we notice those of "Clay and Calhoun," representatives of their'living, breathi,{n_r__oriffinal8'.? Captain Marryatt's celebrated iioveJ, tl'C" l'ir&te,. has been condensed expressly for ,it? columns. It contains a corftictr and aul l!ielitTc, 'i;ist of-Counterfeits, and Broken Banks, and ,'the rates of exchange of all the Bank Nates of the Uijited .States. This alone would make it vah.r.ible to business nien. In addition; it gives inany-intere'sting talcs, sketches, aiid miscellaV ncqhs.reiuling. We cannot but admire the unabujectieal omrcrjnibl.sl.ers. "tt tires not—sleeps" .jiiofsf-is always-in active, exercise.„.Alexander secjins determined to strain every nerve, aiid draw, from every...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

Political,Mistory. „ The followingJtem we extract from the Noivyork'e'r! -. '"'"... ¦ ' ,-"The act chartering thejaie Bank of the \!nUcd Slates was passed inT816.-T:in the Hou*se of RepfesentatiVes by a majority ofmiif. Of ei'gAf members.from South Carolina, John C. Calhoun, William Lowndet.jnii five others-fall but one) voted Vea..' Ot six members from Georgia, five, including John Forsyth, Wilson Lutnpktii^and Alfred Ciithbett, voted^Yea. Had.these opposed the bill, it would have_b_ejBn lost." . • _ . ..In looking over our exchange papers we notice that the silly effusion aboilt the ''rose," which we published some time since Jot tlie purpose of commenting Upbn it,', has been accredited to us as^lhe efTort.of one of our regular coi-respondenls. This mistake emanated from the jEfoV/jmoi-e Chronicle. ^ We would have thanked the editor of that paper if he haq published in connection with the "verses," a portion of o(ir remarks tipoh^ il. ' We are not vCrif niueft'csatted'tfy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 9 January 1838

w^s^immmi^^mmm^mmmmmmmama^mMBtMZmxmkT**^ ¦ :: X.ATEST FROM CANADA. State of new tore, £,!..',.-¦'Niagara County. $ S" —; Gilman Appleby, of the Gity of Buffalor being- du}y--sworn,-s'ay-S_ that-he-left—the port of Buffalo on the morning of the 29ih instant', in the steannboat Caroline, owned by William Wells, of Buffalo, 'and bound for Schlosser, upon the east side of the Niagara river,, and' wilhin the United States. _That vthis deponent commanded the said Caroline, arid that she was cleared frbm-.BuffaJp!with.;a;yie_w tp.r.un betiveen said Buffalo and'Schlosser, carrying passsengers, freight, fee; that this deponent caused the said Caroline to be landed'a't Black Rock," onher-way down'^nnd While there,..this deponent caused lire American flag io be ' run up; and that ^ soon aflelleaving" .Brack^'Kpc^HaibOra volleybT rnusk'etry was disChargfi-dAtLtheLsaitliCaroline, from the Canada shore, byt without injury. .-That-the-Caroline-continued-liercoiirse, down the-Niagara river ...

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