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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

&fl> "4&UtlU%lXf. J^—- ~""\ViTh swccfeslTlowel'S enrich'd,"" ^Erbrrrvarious gardens^'cull'd-.with care.^'

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

EFFECTS OF INTEMPERANCE MISCELLANEOUS. _—Oii"iFriday-Iast, - near (he village-of-Bladensburg, Maryland, about I o'clock, : arwliTte- inah,"a"'1abbTe r ' in the employ - mehloT MlvTucReiV^Tl^asl' iTng^ while driving his wagon from s.aid place' to the farm of said.Tueker, suddenly fell from the' same, in a fit of intoxication, receiving a bl6w-uponytheHi,«ad—whrchr in a few-minutes, occasioned his death. .Upon examination it was discovered that lie had two bottles of- whiskey,-one in eaclf pocket. The ;decq;a^e.d.j£fjL.a--iv.ifc. and four'children to.lament his premature and sad eiid. ~"A iiiercliant of said village, a retailer of spiri'tuous^liquors, receiving intelligence of said occurrence, immediately closed the bungs of his wliis: key barrels, with a firm resolv.e.to vend no more,"conscientiously believing that thereby he was a'dministering-death to-his fellow "men. It would be well for all those who are engaged in a traffic so disastrous to the liv*s, liberties, and happ...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

-.-' From the Jlmerican Temperance Union. ¦»¦ Aulo-Biograpliy Of a young man who became" addicted to intemper\tnce;.and no'doubt a triie history of many young hien wlio" are alluTR^~lxr^e^tTuxTioTr~by;_ l lie- li'censFd . Iiells of our cities.".."First publishcd.by , a gentleman to wlicun it was related, in _l_ahe_Nejy. Hari,.ps.hirja_Aur6ra.'- Young manl read it, take warning, and beware of (he first glas.s..'^ ¦ V "I commenced my apprenliceshiprat the age oFfifteen With a certain mair iii £Ielv -Yorki^^I-he-first two year's/Of-it—J was as . regular a"s a*good chrphometer: ^y degrees .I became.a little''unsteady, would drink a glass now arid then,-but not enougbrto do me hacm, as -I thought. At the age of- eighteen/I became habituated-to being -out late at night, running to fires, 'and vis-Uiiig plaees_ALriaDi.-6f the best repute.V Bythe time I was nineteen, I becameN.so-indifrerenrtO'niy masr ter's interests, \hat he frequently, repri- ^ manded hie. -AtV twenty' my master fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

«RjE,vr ffiEE-ri^iw ._'- OFfllK'ClflZENS'or HAMILTON C9UNTV, nilin, T'HIKNTH.Y TO THE J.... DOMINATION OK . %ViltimTi^1ll^~Mii rrison to~ffiJ& •-,..- Presidency. - ~^-rFwr<7frChrcinmtnEiTres.^anrl 8-.—>J- E,ursuanl to a public-call," a meeting of thejjeo.ple^oLHamili-O.u-C-pa^^ ly,io the nomination of-William-Henry- Har-uison fo'r the 1'rcsidency, was held in the Court Hous.eV. on Tuesday evening*, January 16th.—The -meeting -was- organized, 'by calling- the Hon.^ Jacob Burnet to the chair- A cbmmittee-of—five,-^Gonsi&tin-g-o4—Mea&ia. J., \"£f-Yost, Allison Owen, W'm. Wood, W. C. Stewjrt aiul ^ A. G. Birtrwere appointed to nominate VTce'FFeshleiils and Secretaries; .who j^for^etiri.ng, i'e.pgi'ted the following "named gentlemen, whowere unanimously .adopttll. , " - - - . VICK ritESlDKNTS. Thomas Smitlv Springfield township Charles Cone, Crosby. Joshua Waifield; Cincinnati^ Oliver Love!, . do; Aaron Valesline, do S. J. Brown, Mill Creek...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

, -Rev. Dt\-II arlfoolomcw's -—- $lj&EXPECTORANT SYRUP. .. Sn'agceeable.coi-ilial, and.effective remedy foi Coughs, hoarseness, Colds, Pains in tlie lircast,, Hard Breathing, und Difficult expectorajion. ". For Adults S4, Children in cutdclimates andwarm. The.proprietors are aware ;,tJiat.there are many '--remedies for coughs aod-~di'sL-;ises of'the lungs 4 som,e hodmlfifare jjooil, bifl it has remained to alate day to discover ait article soadirtiita'lily fitted to these complaints ; so powerful atld-jiil'ectual, and yet' so perfectly innocent and ffiddi ,_j^ : Let.not the public.cliiis Unscientific resuTtiip a.learri.d Physician and'Div'yie wiih.tlie nostrums —of-the (lay; Lettlienvmake u 't-u-efill' perusal of Mho evidence's attending; this article; their'rcspectibil.ity^ ajkKthe_ decided 'manner io-which lliey speakT, ahU~ll"iey ~ cam'iot" witlihold their be--"_btSClo. some of its virtues.'' Let -lis assure 'tlienr tint a single trial of it will do'niore to'convince ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

Moffatls Vegetable Life Pills, and ;. .r.ii«BNix BiTTiiKS; "'". ---A CONTRAST, - .* 'All nations, flout the lvmutrst nges, lutvit* hud hliips,- b" Columbus 011I) found tHil tin- wiiy l<> Atm-m-u. Ik-fore tli« \imv of the fri'fitt, Sjiui)i.sli, iuivig;ii(oiV|M-fii>H' were only.emibletl to'nmHtlf nljuuLtlic-aJiuro. Just so with the Life Midicines. Iris hut twp jiiir* since I Hist vunlinvil. unbn an uiikiiuwir uueiui. nml I have itibtMm' riril the yr« ciuiia ohjeet I wasiiis^iiivlnjf—'IIE'AI/J'Il. Vetfituhli: medicine* wei'e ^ intleLd knou'n when I euimneiici-'U my'-senrehf'but their imi'Vas not.* IJv. the use of them, I have not only nussi-d froliigthi.' dejected inyalitl; to (lit'hale, henriy mid active man oTbuiiutss^mt, c'onipatiMively sjteulijni;,Ilmve renewed-m3" youth;-! ertntliui, with ctiniidi nee iii^nj^oWi* e*«eriejice, advise witii,inv fellow-citizens. --Uoes the:render wnntiiroof tliUt the'VEGET\UMi-XUI*1 & MEDlCINIib are.smiahle to-biBuHn ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

noni\so\^ OFFICE, i 80 Bait. st.t 4 dolors below the Franklin Itanlc* J Captttil ...---.-..— —: ^O,0OO:l3;OEl7A|J^7 Persons at a distance diposcd to try thcii luck in either dF'tlre following "grand. Lotteries—one of 'which draws alternately, f very week—are respectfully requested to'foiward theirorders to the subsenher, chclosing-the cash or prize tickets, designating; the Lottery will receive immediate attention by return mail ^ and the drawings forwarded when over il£,refi«ebted.) . , ., E7 W7 ROBINSON. Baltimore, Md. .Drawing of Lotteries.—Order in which the.several State Lotteries will be drawn. Maryland State Lotteries-draws in Baltk more' every other Mojidav. capitals range from 10,000, 20,000 to g30,C00 ; Delaware State Lotteries draws twice every week, capitaIs-vary-frt)m-5-tp^gl0,fi00-j-Grand-Con.. solidatad Lottery draws once every week, Capitals 20,000, 25,000 to gSO.OOO ; Alexandria Lottery draws once every other week, capitals 10,000, 20,000, 30,000,50,000 ; Vh--...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

fM^HE subscriber-ofler-s for sale the following --g '-desei'ibcil house aiullrairiotorKiound, ajt-Uiitc on tlie north side of .Main .sjreet-in the boy* ouglr otCarlisle, nearly, opposite Mr.. George Aiigliinliangl!is--hotel—the west, half oFlolt- No. 61, .ill the plan, of said .borough—bounded-'-by "Maiiv street"ori«tlie soiitli, l)i-. -I'.-MJ'ffWoi'r thl* west; UickhiSon alley (23 feet wide) on the north, andithe-WidO^Ci-eighton on the east, coiilaiiimg 30 feet in front andi240 feel in depth i The buildings ate a ' '; ^_r; '."';. j, '•.;...,-^ JfesjS, Fmme_. WeatheYboafied fronting on Mali) street with a larce -¦'•". Brick Back Kiiildiiig, ^A N DAB R I c K S T*A B L E >,\ fronting oh the-alley. -Said hidf- lot' is iu ii high slate of iniproveiiieiit, with a variety of choice Fruit Trc<?s and Grape Vines', How Iipffringi""CuftWtliitfGooscucJrffliusliS^& Shr tibbhry of diH'e'r/. -ht kinds. ' . .An Jndisputable_lJUe-will be-givcir-tOith.c-purchaser. l"urlher-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

A Ecrtnlitatl Ilead oi IBair. Is tlie grailUest-oi'iHtio,elh()belongi'hg to t'le lui; man frame. Ilulv stViu^j^fely4l ie.loss.i)jj. telu»nges the contenanc^-and'prematurely-.brihgs-.on the nppenrancfe-of old age, wl.iidh caiises many to-recoil'at-being ;unco'v<-i'c(l, and sometimes even to shun society to avoid'thejests and sneers of their acqiitiiiilancesj th,e ivinaiudci-of their lives, ale cpn?eqiieiTtly-Rncnt in rctii't-inent ^ ilitshort^nol: e'i'p'h the-loss of properly fills the generous lliink« iiig youth with -that' heavy sinking gloom as doetjie Joss of his liaii'. To avert all. these' unpleasant circumstances, OLUHIDCJE'S BALM OF liOJ.U'MISI.YV.Btiips the hair from falling off on the first application, mid a few bottles restorejit-. -ig"aVrr-'rlt-like«Mseiprodiicc3-eyebrows:aiKl-\vhis--kers; preventsr.the'.lianrJrain.turning-grey,- makes it curl beautiful!)< and. liees.H'fiom scui-R IJ>K merpus cerlificates of the first i-esp'ectabilily.in support of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

eKGisnr.'sp'RiNo- wooi^en' ¦f'^ l f lllr . . Sn'UATEr at lheTiiead of Greer^Spi^ingsi in Now ton.- township;' Cumberland county, about four miles' west of the borough df.fJcwvillej will be" rented foi;'a term of one or more -years.-—-1-lie-buildings ate- ._ ' A Two^To» vy'Sl.oiic .Faclorj^,;_ with,Warding afid spinning macliines,looms, and,all__iiec_cssnry rfinchinery for, nianufacturihg clptlf; also a dwelling, house cpnvenfenWfo the-factory.- For termsarjply to cither.ofrthe-undersignedi..::_:.' . -.-••* " . • -i-^L--- Wftl. iM'; BIDDLE, ) ;; 7.". . - ,- J - .--H. GK AH AM, -i Carl,s»e : ' "••¦ '¦ •'• SA'M^L GRAHAM; "'¦ .-' '"•.'¦ West P.ennsfjoro' Dec. 4, 1837. " ' ' A-.''¦ ¦¦ -. • nOHI-NSOh'S'-OLO-ESTA-nLISHEl^ j E\c!iaitscraBa<I Ldttfti'V OJIicfc. \ — . , 80 Baltisioke.Street, .: . "-. ^RDJ^RS ffom all rj-irts 9Jfjhe Union,'enclosing cash for "prize tickets, meet witfi prompt attention, - --MAR-Y-LANDSI^VT^LOTTERYt^- Class No 4,_for 1838, tVbe'drawil at Baltimore,-...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

"Carlisle Saving Fund •.;; s6cii^ty:»"~ The Board of Directors of tliis Institution have autnonsed the Treasurer to allow in future the following rates of interest on all "Special Deposites" of moneyj Deposites remaining 9 months 5 per cent.,, . ..,- «< '. . 6' ." 4-—-.«•--"-'- ' •' ' 4 • '."• Sj" ¦'«¦«._»' '¦ • . •« ¦''. ' -3 . " 3 «« .. "' ' \ " 2 " 2/ «*{' ¦ The certificates of {he Institution wsll. be given for deposites at the a,bove.rate>5hf interect, and all BANK NOTES'of good credit will be received—the Institution pledging itself to redeem its certificates in' notes} current, in this neighborhood, '-' Application jo be. made to the T-reastrreiy-^-l, either in person or by letter. .. .' ¦ ¦ ); "•¦". By order, ".'-'¦"¦¦•'•-. r . -I JOHN J. MYERS. „ .. . . • Treasurer. Carlisle, January 8, 1838, - °. - '. V"---:'". i\'.v.-. ;'*','./jS'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

TUST received an - assortment of Fancy ** leather, .sncK as Men's and Women's Morocco,'French do, fed a,nd green do.-r-BlackKid',.. Hotter skins, Brudihgs,-&c&c. gtnd)%rsalejby:;";. V, . C, BAHNITZ.' F*h DOZ. Mpck SHELL COMBS, for ^Vsale-Jby . , CHAS. BARNITZ. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

i^.'-::'-. 1 wotice. .-.• . lfy"HEp:EASj by, the late Treasurer's Report it iippears 'that a large amdhnt of>Gourity Tax in balances, remains outstanding in the hands of collectors, and it having become necessary and expedient that said balances be collected, Therefore^ -Eaolved, ThaJ, the Treasurer be hereby irSstructed and required-to call upon collectors]from whom balances appear to be due, and. to issue his warrants for the collection' according to • law of all balances that may be unsettled after the second Monday of February next. /¦"¦'• " JACOB ZTJG, f JAMES WII.LI3, ¦; - . ¦ J ^: ROBT. C. STEP.RETT . "' "¦' " "Comm\ssi6ners Commissioner's Office, > .. < . ' Jan. 18,1838.—^3t. j

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

STATEMENT, > Qf^Common-SchQuLApptopriatibn-duefroin-the State to the different Districts of Cumberland county, for the school year commencing the 1st Monday of June, 1838.-, i-^ ¦ , • - -'"Z/rsfri^;"J~'"'I839"*"'~2)7s7ric6: "'. '" T839*"" Allen $273 85 Newton ' . Sl'88 39 Carlisle . 506.92 Newville .'." 98 40 Dickinson ' 328 88 ' N. Middletfih" 229 83 E. Perinsboro" 293^8 S". Middleton 299 10 Frankford—__188_39-_Silver-9pring^ 338-89-.Hopewell:——132-07—Shippensb'g-bo.-lSS-SS Meqhanicsburg 80-92 Shippensb'g. tp 18 12 Mifflin - 191>*63 Southampton. ; 197 46 Monroe . .199,40—W. Pennsboro'"257 02 T: *•- : • -': S. $3914 83 THOS. H. BURROWES, Superintendent of Commoh.Schoph.-Secretary'a'office, Harrisburg, J January 15tB, 1838.—3t. i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

Triennial Assessment. I —^-NOTICKis-here^-g lvCT-tnTrrifi^'tomitnswon1 ers of Cumberland coiuityV.Vvili.luikl.tlie Appeals \ - for the year 1838, in the. different - "townships in'said county, at flip time and places-as stated" lie- j low, for the purpose of hearings-nil persona who may apply for redress, and to grant such relief, - iis to them shall appear just and reasonable', t<) wi,":— ¦ " ' .•.-¦ ¦-• ••/-. ^ . , . For Dickinson and Westpennsliorotrgh townr ;ips, at the public house of John Paul, in iVest--,- >ennsboroiigh township, on Friday the"16th day" of February next. - For Shippensburg lioi^iugh, at the public house of Jacob F.ngle, in said borough, on halurday the 17th day of February next. ' f For Southampton and Shippensburg townships at the same place, on • Monday the - l^Adiiy of February "next. *" ¦"""' "*( ——-For-HopeweH^tovvnship.-at-the-lJubltc-liouse^of-_ James Sponsler, in Newhu'rgh,- on Tuesday the 20th day of February jiext. . For Newville a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

DISSOLUTION. THU'Partnyship heretofore''exisjlng between the subscriber.-*, under the firm of HALU AND ^.^PORTERr'is this day dissolved by 'mutual con'sent.' The books ai^ in th e hands of Trillin,,, At. Porter' , who is authorized to settle the same. - , ¦',- -:- - ----- — J-OHN-W-N.-HALL," /'•',' ; - " WM. M. POUTER. T-T- '-©arlisle.-Oct. 30,-1837-. -:"-——tt^-^t.^---:-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

|-1 ITsiale of Dr. John P. (ieddes, deceamtt ^ ^:^~^ntfOW!E.t ;;^"7% . . Ail. persons indebted to the estate ot Dr. John P."Geddis, fate "of the borough of Newville, deceased, are requested to make payment", without delay; to Mrs. Catharine.J:.'-Geddes,-ExecuU'ix, residing^ in thf. hornup;h aforesaid, or-, to Robert. . .Laird," executor, residing in Frankford townsh'rp; those having claims agjiinst-^—.sajoLesJate-LMCilL present- -them - propeVIyauthenticated .for settlement; —r- - -eATH'E JfGEODES. . Executrix. -ROBERT LAIRD, ' -—_._!-»'-£--- *-'«'—- -*-'-'^:'-> - ¦ ¦ ¦¦ -'£-xbcutorr "¦' ¦ -" Dccl is, mrr^Bwj ; -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

UNITED STATES ARMY. M ecruitingv Service. WANTED^for the United States Army, a few aljl^-b'odied ckizeps,. between the iig*5-of/T8"' and 35"yeari, being,about 5' feel 6 inches Tiigh,.Qf • good character, and ol respectable stand in tp.amojig their fellow, citizens<» None need apply-to-bpfer the-service; butthbse whp-are Q^TeTOiliStl" to.seivelhc period-of-their-enlistnrent^-which" is 6nly three.years,—honestly and faithfully. .' ¦ , '¦•.'-. .- Pay of Dragoon soldiers, when t . '• ' .' '- . mounted. .... . ^ ....... .^. ^,--g ' This table sliows the amount 'jc- J« j«"' . pf pay which enlisted soldiers, '^ q , 5" according to their' respective- k ^ ^ « grades,_are entitled to rece"iv.e .§i.-J-Jgfor theJr services. . . • 'S § :!? ... ¦ - 5", ,S- f .^ ¦ . . L , —... ' ' ' ' t? <2. C--_ .£ • V> ¦ V> , To the Sergeant Major," Quar- " . teimaster.Sergeant.Ch'fMtisiciap, & Ch'f Bugler^rcach ; 16i.1.9_2.i6J.Q1 To the 1st Ser't of a Company—15^ 1801575 Or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

FORRENT. - WT»HE-subscriber-will.,rent--that well known -yL "•large"and convenient house, for many years occupied by Christian Humrich, and more re ""jiifesSiir" cen"y Dy others, as a .TAVKRN ^^IH J flA HOUSE.. .The house is rernarka-Sjrajfijably well calculated for entertaining ^SsSSfiS BOARDEKS ; there .being three slair-wuys, and Fire places in most of the rooms". The situation is very pleasant and desirable, being ontlie~nortlrwest"corneT^oflpnoverand"Louther slreetsi while, lor conveniences, it excels any other house in the bo'rougJi_qr_couuti-y. ILpus s'esses the Unusual advantages of 12 roms on thefirst floor—^-12 rooms.on the 2d floor—4 rooms on ,the3d floorrr-B".CeDarsMn hbdse.' Two wells of water j (one at the frorjt door on Louther street, with a pump therein; tlie other in the yard at ^ the kitchen door;) a Cistern .made to "contain eighty five Hogsheads; large'aiid convenient, stabling;- wjth carriage house -and' sheds; iarge andexce^ lent gardens attached to the bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 30 January 1838

New Books Sc Stationary! THE subscriber bas just received at his Book and DrUgf^ore, in the borough of Carlisle, a Large and General Assortment of the v JLatcst fPtdiUcaUons\ He Has also added a large number of DRUGS AND MEQICINES to his former assortment: AH of which will be sold at the lowest-prices... ' - ....v..-:::..' . ;;._^HN'J.MYER^':' ¦January 9, 1838^. . ' PUR and SILK Plush Bonnets, black and *.. fancy colours, far sale by, ¦ • CHAS. BARNITZ.

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