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

Flaxseed Wanted , One Hundred-Bushels of clean Flaxseed want ed at the, store of the Subscriber In South Hano ver Street. , . -. 1 , ¦" S. C. "BOLANDER. Carlisle Sept 18..1B37.

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

JYOTMCJE. : Letters.of Administration on the estate, of "John Morre'rdeceased, late of Monroe township,'descended, haviiigiissned to. the subscribers, residing in said township. All persona having claims against the estate, wifl present them to the suWrifers" for payment,and oUpersbhsilndbbted to'lhVestate'wiil moke payment immediately, to ;r ^ , """ - ,' ¦'.' v SamueljvIorFei, -' i'..: GeorgeBrindle,. - Nov 20, 183 7. '•..". .-• ^ Executor* v' '- ' - . ¦ ¦ , ',..,'¦ . ' '"¦¦ ¦ .- . ' ¦ ' \r '•> ¦ ¦ ¦' . .. .

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

. .MANUFACTORY.-The Subscriber returns his sincere thanks to his former customers, for the liberal share of patronage, which has been given him and solicits acontinuance of the same; as also he invites those, whp may not, as yet,-have -gi\ren"him1f call7todo so at his shop in-North JriaiiavjtiiLstre.et^.one^duQi:,-jioi'lli-oLjiItsi-E!- Weise's store. . . —Having'lately'returned from-the-thecity of Philadelpnia,. bringing with him:the.lates't and most approved, fashions, the subscriber has on hand, a .large assortment' of GKNTLEM'EiVS HATS, , - iLii-lD^S-ISiDSf^ia'aQs ¦>'' &c. finished in a superior style."* > Also, FUR AND ZEAL CAPS, of the laresrfesliioiispall-of-whiGh--\vilLIie_soJdlow for cash, or exchanged for country produce. Call and see. ANDREW G.LEC1ILER. - Nov20.1837.— If j! 51 . , PUBLIC HOUSE. GEO. PRINCE, V Tormerly of Stmbury, Northumberland . ¦ • • County, -Regsleave respectfully to. inform the public, tliat-he-hasremoveil to llariisbiii-gi-wh...

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

¥ have received 8 day, and 30 hour New * Yo|k CL.OiGKS. which I Warrant to kOep good time, and offer them at reduced prices, at my store. ' ; ' - • ' CHALES BARNITZ. fJHARLES UAI^NJ 1 Z hasSeccived su-^~J per Gtirii -Elastic Suspenders, which he offers at reduced prices. TUST RECEIVED, Curled hair and Sea •* grasslPed^Iatrasses, and for sale by .-_ -^^'.^'-.; ¦'i- -JCIIAS. BARNITZ. .';- -J - '7''—C-,, •" • • . -.'.-' -r

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

FOR RENTTHE Brick -Dwelling-House, Store and Ware House attached,:si|uate in North Hanover street Carlisle, now in the occupancy of Jacob Wetzel, ¦ ¦ also the Stone. Dwelling House adjoining occupied by Rp.b't D. Guthrie, Esq. also, the front St6f^!"Uoom, nnd cellar adjoining the Brick .dwelling House, now occupied by John Early. Possession'of either of- the above properties may be had on the'first day of April'next—To Good Tenants, a Lease for years may be had.— Apply to . ' ISAAC B. PARKER. 'Carlisle, Jan. 28, 183B.—if

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

~ CONSUMPTION CURED. .._j.l, lli;.'Budiai».,§i»c,e.i.fi€,;...; For the prevffljtion-und cure of Coughs; Colds; AjKthma^Consurnptions,.-spilling of Blood, aiid diseases of the breast and lungs, cfeEi- -' ". - ;. - —' '' -'- '". "' / -.. -'- ¦ -' " -' - . Doctor Clarkson Freeman, the proprietor of the specific, resided upwards of four years-among- the -'different tribes of North American IndrausrTind^wirrr¦ ¦unwenritd-;-drli-< gence-used every means in his 'power to require a knowledge of .the.differint remedies used by them, lor the cure of the sick and wounded ; and more particulaily those which hey take to prevent and cure the consumption, and complaints of the breast and lungs. He observed the Indians we-c subject to numerous and similar complaints to r those of white people"; and from-, their".mode of living, and being exposed to the inclemency of all.weathers, many of.tlveir_.complaints were-cqniplicated and violent, .: AlthoOgh, many-of then' diseases were of such a na...

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

STAtEr0t!TftltriNIA.,.'. miCHmomsi -acabSsbsy" -:-—^-(6 %>W& 3S '? «' —' .. ' ..- Class No" 1, foi',1838. .» -'.' 'robe'draWTr^t-.-AlexaiHlmi—Va'.—Saturday'r-Pth-..._' riiary 1", l!838.' '' ~ iin^:m2PSa3JljM223i=:~ 1 Prize of 4«.««»«»19ollars. i-10,000—0,000—5,000-3,00U-'J' ,oUU—1,0-10-. r "¦ ' .50 of 1,000—&c &c_Stc-'. ' . \OTicket?!0—Half $j—Uuai-rer ?2 SO. .-'- Cert's pf Packages of 25 WlKile Tickets §130'-. . TTfjo"^*'—-"Ttio'' -^^"inn"ni'TR^"'^b'~"^"G'5-''? Do ' 'do •- 25 Quarter" do *S2 50 VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY. - por the benefit of "tlm Monongalia Academy. ¦ t'to.Vol far 1838. -.-."- To be drawn at Alexandria.' Va. on the 3d Feb-.. ru.irv, 1838. cnAND. CAPITAL.Pfii7.ES: " • 35,29-1—1'1,764—6,000—5,000—3,000^2^300—2,361—50 prizes of 1,000! "&c &c. Tickets oivly $10—Halves S5—Quarters $2 50 Cert's of Packages of 25'Whole Ticket's §1^0 lJo"-"~-n""dS* 25 Half ""do ' 65 Do do " 25 Quarter do 3? 50 ^.Virginia- SlalCcLouevs;-.., ...

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

TSMPHLBT LAW;S of Pennsylvania in English and German. Persons wishing to obtain copies of the Pamphlet Laws of .the" present Session of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, in the English and Gtkman-. Languages—.the_.for.mejr half bound, and-the latter in Pamjihletform, at fifty .cents per copy—;are>requcsted to have their names registered with the county Treasurer immediately. ., A list of applicants rmrsrbe forwarded to the_Secretary of the Commonw?alth'in a few days. . ' ' ~ "—^~J^W-,-EB_:,JCo^Xrea__. • Treasurers Office, \ , ' Carlisle Dec. 18, 1837. \ St.:

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

rVOTICE. - ALI^ persons indebted to the estate'of Robert Earley, late of Ilopcwell township, deceased, are hereby notified to affeiid at the formeVresideh-o of said deceased, on Friday and Saturday the 26di.and_-27th-HlBy8--of--Jtttmaryr;J$38rand-inake payment thereof—otherwise'the claims against them will-beput inthe hands of a-J.ustice-pf-the Peace for collection; and all person j having claims against said estate are requested to present them properly "authenticated. - .THOMAS J. EARLEY,--- - Attorney in fact for Saily-Earley. ¦ N. B.—All,indebted to the late firm of Robeit Earley, sr. and Hubert .Earley.^r.'are requested to appear, settle, and make payment at said timeto Robert Earley, jr. surviving partner of said. firm. ~ ; . January 1,1838.—Sw."

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

.•¦¦PHEKJMTB'-SJiMJE^ The Subscriber will sfell at private" sale, the following properly" situate about three miles west of. the Harrisburg Bridge and adjoining tlie CumberlandrValley Rail Road, containing about' 1 i acres having thereon erected Two Iibg Houses, shop, stable, a well of never failirlg water aU the door, together wi.th'about,50 choice fruif trees. Possession will be given on tmkjst o ¦Apr next. -, - _ ^t: '¦¦' ¦ - JAQOB SHARER. Sbiremanstown,-Dec. 18, 1837.

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

MAR^SIiEV; SHEE^'lkGS. _.H ^5l- rece'vell by the subsc-ibcis 10-4 and •If „ "4, BAHNSLEY SHEETINGS. Also, 8-4 JJurnslei) Table Diaper. ' ¦ ¦'¦¦¦ :. ¦ „-'\ OGILDY & JUTNER. Carlisle, January 16, 1838.

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

^ —^mmw^mtm mr Encotirdg^yourown^ManufactU''- " T ..' rers. - - - .•-.¦.,. - '¦"¦"¦ ¦"' ¦? CARL.1SL.E - "-¦" -^n^w^t fiMPr ;¦ AND ^ONNBTSTORBi ,--.- -&/MUSM>' I,ERJri'r SpjV' .\-: *. rilHANKFUL for pasf'favors, inform their . --^McpdsLand.j.b.e.pj^rjc ^gen^lly."that one of l.he Jirrrfhaving- lately, re|^rned' from the,- ' city"of'Philadelphj"aV-with;va large- and tjt. ^ cel|eiit assortment of Furs and Plush, they. ' are how prepared to manufacture Gentle- . ' men's Hats and. Ladies'Bonnets in trie lat- ' est and most,approved-fashion";;. The qualir ty-of the. Wtjslris far superior to any former- ". ly; had on h'alid. They have at prcsentan . excellent assortment of - : -. . Plain llussias}-*.it?Tiite arid black;- * Brush, Beaver, Castor, and • ..- Silk Hats .. of all' sizes-arid price's, ".. ::,-':" ."¦*.' -.. Also, a general assortment of Ladies' BonnetsJaf- all colours and descriptions, sucn as Pure White, Fawn, Black and Grey.which they.will sell at the""most-r...

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

Market* Square,' Harrisburg, Pa.," 1 .',, J*eo. W. Jdhiiston. ^ RESPECTFULLY informs liis friehds arid the public, that he.has taken.tlie Public ".. House, lately kept by Mr.' John Smull, at ' the/porner of Market Square, Harrisburg, known as the . " —: — :r± ^vT^Sa^si&mym&^r±= ^: Which.lie has fitted up in handsome iSty.I.e, . for the-accommodati6,n of t.he public.' His tabje is well^up'plied with the best the mar1 ket affords; his. bar with the choicest of li- ^ quors aud.wines, and prompt-and obliging servant's are kept always ready to attehd'to~^~T tlie-wa nts-bfettstomexs^.—_:—-—^ " -. — He has taken the stand" with a determina-' tion" to'spare no pains or expense'to make his - houseequal to any in the country, by keeping ~ every department under the superintendence of-tlte-mosfeompetenl'-and faithful; and, hy rlc'rsonal attentiunfc£p_give every satisfaction ^ to his ciisf omets. life therefore respectfully ¦''- requests those who pay Harrisburg a visit, to ca...

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

. .r _-.,' - -WAfliS. - '¦ ~—The- -si 1 l)scr4ber, on - beh al f of—hi m sel f*ahd. C-W. M'oigiui, offers¦ foT sale-the DUNi CANON NAILS. .They are made of refined iio'n, and iue believed to be equal in quality to tifiTlJcsrcuT"hails"Th"at were ever iiiamitV.ctui;eiL-iu the -United' States. The following certificates are subjoined, —-.--• - ..._.™«K£w„i;4miex!^niIiJjaj^flj;y,^ We have been well acquainted with the general quality of cut nails. Those made from the Duncaiinon refihejl iron, we consider superior to those,made, from the best imported iron. ___-. - y^ .; . ^ ~~ Shubael;Wilder,-lioswell Woodward. Duncahnnn Iron"]Syorks,'"Jan. 8, 1838. We certify .that we have-carefully/ examined ,1'he nails manufactured by Messrs. Woodward and Wilder.atNew Cumberland, out of Duncannon Iron; a-fi^j 3cH»^lieve them to be superior to any we have ever seen used. John French, Mas.er Roller,. - Enoch Lewis, Carpenter,&*Patern Maker. The above nails will be- delivered-op, the Cumberlan...

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

—;-— :NQTICEr~—"" LETTERS of Administration on the estate of Mar tin Brenneman, late of East Pennsboiough townshi|>. deceased, having issued to tlic^ubscrN be t~, rcsi diirg iTT said to^vnshijif a 11 "persons' indebted to the estate will make immediate payment, iihd thoiehaving—eliiims agaiiist the estate, will present them properly authenticated to'the subscriber. . HENRY-BRENNEMANr - January 15, 1838. Jldm'r.

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

.Register's Notice^ Notice is hereby given, to all Legatees, Creditorsi afM all other persons concerned, that the following accounts have been filed * • .in thisPffice for examination, by the accountants therein named, and will be presented to' the Orphans' Court of Cumberland couh--tyv-for-e^ifir.matiotvaird-a-llowHn'cev"on^u " e]5- day the 30th day of January, 1838. Tlie administration account of James Kennedy, administrator of Robeit Kennedy, deceased. . ¦-» . The administration account of Joseph* 5L Means, administrator of James Dysatt, de e ased, ¦ '. ' " ~* "~' '• " The supplemental--accoimt~of~WIIIIamr"T^ -Kerrj-fldminisrj'atorr^e"bonis-non~c^liavr6V^ Sterrett, deceased, late of Hopewell township. ' . .,' ' '-;-;' ¦ ¦ The-Guardianship account of Samuel M'- Cune, Guardian of the persriruahd estate of William Devor, minor son oT"Joseph De.vor," ¦ deceased. ' °._j, ._T * The. G'uardiansliip account of John Peters, ' ^Guardian bf/William EbyriJqrrnor child of David Eby, decease...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

.'-. l"EMS. ..-••-7 Till! "'GlMULl Hl!IlALri.A»l),;-E^POSlTOB,J •will be issued nt T-.WO DOLLAHS per annum; to he paid half vearlv-in advance, ' ¦ '" ' - jtDrjSilTfSli 'Al'lSN-i'SnalcXcecAjngasquare or three, insertions, ONE .DOLL Alt,' and' every u'b'Wquoiit insertion, Twenty-five Cents, longer ones in proportion."" •,<¦.'"• ¦Letters addressed to the publishers on bus!- jicssi^MUSl,'lip .V.03XPAID,-otherwise:they will not qe attenUcd.to. • - . - - .-'-- AGEBfTS.' ¦ . ¦ '¦- ¦ ~' The following- persons have been appointed ' _, lj Agentijor the:Carli3le Herald and-Expositor to njlioqi payment iorsilbscriptiquVand ad.veitise'' -inents, can be: made. ' - ' "'-- • —~ ** Hill I I,», Fr'.^-SlvtUamajatn.ivn, Piimh. ¦ Co. ' Scott Coyle, Esq. NeWv'ille, -' do.. P.KoS.ntz, Esq-Newbtirj;, ,. ._ , <lq. ' T.iios.. VV. Hi.MES.Esq. Shippensbiirg, do. Johx VVoxi)':iu.iqii,?Ktq. 'do. . do. . _ . -' J. -Mateen. Esq., Hrignestown, fc do. - ' . K. Wilson;, Uaif; MechanicsSurg, do. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

©lie rartffufl —-".Willi swcelcst Dowers ehikh'd, r'rotn various gardens cnJI'd with caie."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

;. "'.LOCEAB'HH WOOTCaB!.' • , . .,.-'-_• -L^Er-am 'the Mudisonian.~ • --.-_•¦.' .'—- , -.—• .There arc few; we believe, who arc nWarc that .Jthejexqiiisijely beautiful and ,tuucliU){j ballad pi 'the oboye nnTiie.-was-coinppBcd bythe^bravcand 'generous Earl tf Dcrictntwatcr, .who' fell a victim to his zeal in the cause of the rebellion cf <r" : ' ' :'•— * ' :—17^73 '. ' 1715. The avowed object of (Upt rebellion, as is :we|!'known to every "leader of English history, ^* '"¦ _ 'wasthe-rstablislrnierft-of-rtie-son-gf-Janies the 31! ^ecori^Tclonmionly"""called tlieTIretender7J~on7 ^ihe thioneoFEiij^TiiniVf. For there were many of ^tho most powerful an d influential of the Scottish ¦nobility'inflexibly opposed~jo~thnt change-in the-¦order of succession ivhicli excluded the line of .'Ihe^tuarls.L .Louis the! Fourteenth, (who strenuously promoted the views'of ttie malcontents) immediately on the death of Queen Anne, despatched the pretender to Scotland, where, with the pow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

Th e J?e ril s bffa s si on*, SJSam®?£: 'JPii&Hia i From tlie-Soulhcrn Lileritry'Messenger. V .f . . BY IIOKAT10 KINGi . "Your sorrows are. self-bought, and you may reap "The iron harvest that"your hand hath sown." i. .'We have strar>pre news lo night, Julia,' said Henry Lee, one evening, addressing his wjfe. - -. -. .,-: - Henry had just returned from the viI-' la'ge; and his countenance.beJokenedLllia't something unusual had occurred ^ ' 'Whnt—what news, Henry?' inquired Julia, with sojne surprise. . 7 • 'The death of our.friend Adams." 'Adams! is Jatnes Adams dead? , I saw him in.apparent good h"ea.llh this morning; what can, have caused'his death so sud-, clenJy ?-—a'fit—a fall—or a- rluel, perhaps.' .' 'No, nieither,'-replied Henry,* 'he put an' end; to his "owrrexistpnceintmediately" -a ft er—d in nei^^~H4s-body^^V£s-JluuLd_sbiij)2: pended in.the chamber of his store ut four o'clock.' . . 'Poor man! yesterday" his goods.were atfachtd; is not his fail...

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