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

"'" ft^JBr1is-i«a3fl^^|l*_^^^r f_r. ^JC-^rtbfiLlir-;'l ' <Is'tjip g.-ihttesfibinament bj-'ln'n'gine^to tlie Iiurnan/fl'iime. ,:IIovy strangely tiie lossont'eU-Ulges the 'co'ntenahce and preJn:(U[itJy_.brings on the appea'i'arfcfe-oi'.'dld ajrc.VhicIfciilises'many to recoil at'beinguii'c\.vdred, And'] Bonielimts even to hun.sooiety.-tp nvnid:ttie jests and queers of their acquaintances; the reuiauidcr of their lives are consequently spent in'retircineiit. Ill short,. not' cren the-loss of property fills the generous thinks ing youth with that hem; sinking gloom as .ductile "loss of his hair.'' To avert-all these unpleasnnt.cir'cumstn'n-tfV'OLDl.inGE'S BALM OF COLUMBIA stops the hair frbm.,.f;dling off on th£ first application, anil a fe\y.'bollles rcstorejit agiiip-.Trlt likewise produces eyebro\y_i and wl'nslcers?i prevents the hair from tiiriiiiig.gVes.'lfiiikes" it cprl beaulifiilly, and frees jt from sem'f. ¦ Numerous, 'certificates of'lhi. .first-'respectaliility in s...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

¦¦¦ UNITED 'fFATBR ARMf.] . • 'SS'eibruiting. S©r?vice. ! WAITED for the United States Armv, a few,able-bodied citizens, between the ages of 18 and 35 years, being about 5 feet 6 inches high, (if good character; and of re-, s'pecjtable landing among their fellow citi zens. None needapply to enter the se.rv_.ee, but those who are determined to serve the period, of'their enlistment— which_ is only three years,—honestly .and faithfully. .;: . -. J, _ -. ¦ Fas of: Dragoon 7_7_; soldiers, when _ „ ,. —-, j..--rr- ._ .— moulded.:-,.. ¦ •-'"-'-'.¦""" '"¦¦'¦'1-^' ^ Sp" This table shows the amount,_;= ^. « of pay. w'liich_cnlisJed_,soIdiewH_§_ 5' ]=?. according to (heir , respective ¦ ¦ ^ ^ , 03 gftules,—iire-ciirUl-d-.o-receiv-^l-o-: - | =§- for their services. ¦ ' ' '•"•?• "|- 3 To t,|ie Sergeant Major,.Quar* tertiiaster Sergeant,Ch'f Mu- .. " sician, &'Ch'f Buglei;—each. 1.6.192 649 To the 1st Sei'tofa Company 15 ^ 18p- 575 Ordnance.Sergeants . . , ' ?___.-All other Sergeeants...

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

^^FORJBBjnp-i IJTB.HB subscriber will 'reiS-tbat well known aJC larce and convenioiit house, for piany years occupied by Christian Hlumrich, and more re _1&L_ centlv by-others, as7a "TAVKRN-^Sfrp8f«(f.oUSF. . The house is remarkafSm .III? ?bly well calculated for entfrtaming ^gmTOH^OAUDE^r_-'i''.'.'there..l>-!ing_.._thrce.. B^^sfand Fire' places inmost of the.rooms. The situation is very pleasant and desirable, being on the north west corner of Hanover;and Leuther streetsj while, for conveniences,' it excels any; other,house in the borough or counlty. Uyos 0«__»« tin. unusual advihtairea of 12 roins (5n the first floo.c-12rooms.oiitbe.2d floor-4 rooms on the 3d flobr+6 Cellars in--bouse. 1 wo wells of water 1 (ope/at the front door-on LoutRer-street, with a punVb therein; the other in the yard at the kitchen dc-or;) a Cistern made to contain eighty five Hogsheads; large and convenient stabling,, with carriage house and sheds; large nnu esce^ lent gardens,"attached...

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

' Having lately returned from the the city oTPhiladelpnia, bringing wilh-him the latest and most approved, fashions, the subscriber -has on hand',' a large.assortment-^ • 7 ¦ ©KI^MiiEHIEWS MATS,' .. " Wiiai&®a iBrnttrnmsMo"" 8cc. finished in a superior style.^ Also,. FUR AND. ZEAL CAPS, of the latest fashions, all of which will be.sold low-Joi__t_asK,-OLC_Sc____nged_folL__QUM Call and see;- - - ] ANDREW G.LECHLER. Nov.. M,'51837.— If Si. . . pirtitiic. mo0^e7 • , r ^ GKO. PRINCE, 7. Forinerfy of Surihury, Northumberland ,7"- ";T"?'"•" County,f T"?r?''~~7^~ ¦^k^&^^kr iMA&iB&J^^ ¦ The Subscriber returns his sincere'thankstohis former customers, for the liberal share of patronage, Which has been given him and; solicits a continuance of the same; as also he invites those who 'may not, as' yet, have given him a call, to do so at his shop in North Hanover street, one door noTth.bf Mrs. E" Weise's stofe. ' , : , "Begs leave respectfully to inform the p...

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

:1 " , - - -, g39U 83 : THOS. II. mj'BKOWKS, . Superintendent of Common Schools. Secretary's ollice, Ilarrisburg,-) . January 15lh, 183S,—St.. $ ^— -Wotico. . WHKREAS, by the late Treasurer's Report it appears that a large amount of County Tax in balances, remains outstanding in the hands of ''STATEMENT • . Of Common-School Appropriation due from the Slate to. the-liU'erent Districts of Cumberland county, for the school year- commencing the 1st Monday of June, 1838. Districts. ; 1H39 Districts. :-__1839-^ Allen -S273 85 Newton .$188 39 Carlisle 506 92. Newville 98,40 Dickinson -'-328-83 N. Middtcton 229-83 !¦ _. I'enrisboro' 293 28 S..Middleton. 299 10 Frankford 188'39 Silver Spring .238 89 Hopewell -132 07 Shippensb'g bo. 192 Zfi .Mechanicsburg 80 92 Shippensb'g. tp -18.12 Mifflin - ,191 63 Southampton 19746 "Monroe 199 40 W. I'cnnsboro' 257 02 collectors,. andnt71WvJng B?_bM?orp__Jiecessary and expedient that said balances be collected, - Therefore, Resolved, That'the Treasu...

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

STATE OF VIRGINIA. m£.23E®OIf© Jh,&i£&'B%im?! ^"'l^flllf * ¦/;¦'¦ . . • .-' : V ' Class'No. 1, for-1.838, '7 x6_bQ_dr-.wn.at-Alexandria, '>ra. Saturday, Feb-% * ...:. .. 7 . ..riiai-y if, 1838., ; ' -. jroST si'i.B.fi)'in riiizES. t- ^ • I Prisboi <£0?4»C<OKoSISars.' —l'O.OOO'-^-e.OOO—5,bob-3,600'r-2,'50b—j.-s-io—50«T 1,000—'Scc&c&c. '. Ticket SiO-5-IIalf $.-.—Huarter $2' SO.' Cert'sof 1'ttq.kagsK.pf 25-AVIiolc.Ticktis $13.0 __ Do • 'do V 25 llulf do' JS5' DU ¦ do . .- -25 Ci'iiaiter .do '., 32 50 VIRGINIA'STATE LOTTERY. V:>r the Bcnefii of lliiTMohongalia Academy. , • • ' ' Class No I for 1838. . . ' 'l'O be drawn at Ailexandrhi, ,Va, oil the 3d Feb-. ;.''¦ ;:( rua'ry, 1S38.'. . '.''..' ORAND CAPITA!..PniZES: 3 5,294—11, 7G4-6,001-—5,000—3,000i-2,.50"0—23JJ—50pri7.esJofl.OCO! &c.&c. Tickets only gl0—Halves "§5—Quarters' $2 50 Tlert's of Packages of 2.5 tt.iiolc'Ticket's $1,30 " •T)o .v: -- ¦ •-d#----"----...

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

WSHIN(^Mfe^ £ Market Square, JIarrisburg; Pa'. . Geo. W\ ifohitlstpn. x ] ¥>ESPECTFUL' .Ly informs his friends and ". "*' the public, that he has taken the Public'" House,, lately kept byTMr. John Smull, at the .'corner, of Mafket'-Square.-Harrisburg,"— known as the "7 • < .'• • ' ¦ -^VASIiSlLtfeiFQlXMQJtEL , '-' ' Which he has\tte.d up m iidiidsonoe style.'' < : . for- the accommodation of the public. His fableis well supplied with the be'st'the mar. . ket affords; his.bar,with the choiciesf of IP—~—quors'aud wines, arid prompt and-bbiiglng -soryants are kept-jtla_iys.;r£ady_.to7ttttend--o-—- — the wants of custorh'efs. 7 He has take'n tlie stand with a determina»—", - tion tq.spare ho pains or expense tp make his . * • house equal to any in theoountry, by'keeping _ . every department under thesbpeiiritendence of the most competent and- faithful; and,.by persi-.naf, attention, .to give everyrsatisfactiori .7 to hfe-cu'stomersT"- He? therefore respectfully r...

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

DR. SHUBAEL-HEWES' Celeliratcd Kheuniatic, IVcrvc, and Bone ¦ ^ ¦\jrr&TWE.x-T.i... ^ \i^ppfied?pi(.rnihgf--_(nn tiiglif, has cured hundr¥a«f-. It gives .jrelief in the swelling or the glands of. the throat and relieves tlie numbness and contractions of the'limbs and will take swel-TlWig's do"wiv"arid"hi-la_____tiohs' put of.the flesh, ? lfheumaiism',;brolseS'arid sprains.-r-|t gives imme, ".diate relief j it strengthens weak limbs, and e*.-' teiuI_ft}ie?C-. rds when contracted.—A; few .drops, on sheep's'wool applied't'o'the ear of deaf persons;-will by;constant application, cause them to hear in'iwo months'timt;. .. ' • 7 A great number of certificates of the most i' respectable and. decent-character may be exam. ined where it?}? sold- _Measjecall.ori;B. C, Bolamler j'-Caflislei; wljo will give further information, or see ^MrlBpMetff papers. -¦¦. ,- ;. , . , 7_CarlisI^O(.tflher3(>,183?.—ly.eow.,, 48. ;*IfeAiii(y«or8afeby;S^ELLIOTf. . - "tr.

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

?t?l^%^Coioiri_Ba'tioitr-Meet_ing5^-^ ;''"¦'•' '*iie"CoionizaVion'8(.eie^df\he'Asa6cia-e He-1 I',." formed ,c; iiui;ch:iyill.hQl4 iheir'anniversiiry in the ' ' ,...'i.'utlieraiildh'iir__li_oLlhU.borougli-ofNeWA_!!!e1_pn l''':!,«rb'S2abf'Fe.br6ary\iiext;,Bi.'J;l^clock, A.'-M. . ;,r!''The.fri(irtas'of,'t^e-ia-t_e in the town'ain'dvicirtU I >'ity'ife resplefc-fuliy-'iiivitfe-P to^ btteridl- ''Several ,-.• raddresses miy be! e^p'tptiicl. f ' :.''-'-,' -' . ^Newville, Jan.30,1838. .

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

—RevrDivBarthalonrew'a—PINK'EXPECTORANT SYRUP. An agreeable cordial, and effective remedy for Coughs," Hoarseness, Colds, Pains in the Breast, Hard Breathing, and difficult' expectoration.. JFbr Adults & children in cold climates and warm. The proprietors are aware that there are many . remedies for coughs and diseases of tlie lungs i some no-doubt are good j_but it hasrema'medjo.a late day to, discover ah article so admirably fitted to these complaints j so "powerful'and effectual, and yet so perfectly innocent and mild.' _. Let not'tb-Tpiibiirclass .tTieSeieriti-ic. result o a iearned-Physician-andrDivJne_w.Ub__h__JJOStruimj of the day. Let them make a careful, perusal of ¦ the evidences attending this-article; their respectability, arid the decided -manner in which they speak, and.'they ciinnot withhold their belief to some of its virtues. I_et us assure them that a single trial of it will -do more to convince all of .its merits-than all they caii see be hear on the s...

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

:--.., ; 7'y,7"7WOTICE^ .-•¦... 7?All_'person'sSyhoknpw^?theinselves to be iridebfe'(j to'jthe Subscriber, are. requested to dall immediafely' on \Vm. Irvine,- Esq..,-<and .pay up; in whose hands the books have been'placed for eollecfibn. ¦ ..-."'.. S. C_ BOLANDEU. Carlisle, Jan.: 30, 1338. '.- - -p;' '-'. '¦¦; -. - • .'¦_ *¦-

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

ROflgIIS.gOfV§ pg^F-iCE;, j 80 J3alt:.st.,-4, 'doorrbe/ow the -FranldinDariliry Capital'. .' -i >5C^OOO. DOLLARS. .' Persons at adistance diposed to try their liick in either :of tl.e./ollowing grand Lotteries-r-bntf of .which draws alternately every week—are respectfully requested to forward their orders to the subscriber, enclosing the cash oV prize tickets; designating the Lottery will receive immediate attention by return mail, and the drawings forwarded when over (if requested.) '__,?.. v --- - '..:¦-. E.JkV.KO-iiNSON. ' ' "' Baltjinore, Md. Drawing or i_,(ii»EKi"#_"s-.—OrderTri which the several State Lotteries will be dra>vn. Maryland State Lotteries draws In Baltimore-every other -Monday. capi'tals"rai.ge from 10,000, 20,000 to gSO.COO'; Delaware State Lotteries draws twice every week, capitals'Vary from 5 to'SKliOOO ; Grand Const-tidatad Lottery draws once every week, capitals 20,000, 25,000. to-gSO.OOO.; Aleiandri-MCqttery draws'once every "other week; ...

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

DISSOLUTION. . ? ^ iTHB Partnership heretofore existing between llife-Subscribers, under the firm'of HALL AND POUTER, is this diry dijsplyed by mutilar consent." The boots are in the hands of fffi/Ziam M. Porter, who is authorized to settle tbesame. • -.'-.. s. JO-ISM..7N, WALL, . v - ' ¦ ¦ ¦ V.7 .',-.V;W«i_'M', PbatER.^ *"?iirii.t/;q(;tI ?0; i83r. ¦ ?'..: ' --"':¦ c--l- '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

'•TERMS. : >" ¦ ,TBi'.-":C*inii»M HuniLi),*?!) llxpp.iiTnn,* will be issued at TWO DOLI.MtS per annum: totbe paid lialf-vearlv in advance. 40P!B/<7V3'fl^^VT5nc>texceecIinjr!isqrtarr or-riireeinsertions, ONE DOLLAK, arid every -^bi'eqnentJnserlion,JLweiity-fiyeJU«;iils,_longi!i ¦nesin proportion:—- ¦'--'- - "///W" :" -•"' '. Lelter»-L. id!ltesse<l to thc.publishers.qn! bust ¦ess, MUST UK POST I'AID", otherwise .they will not be attended tci.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

ffitir ©aria nil —i-^-"Wntrsweetesl flowers eiiricli'd, From various gardens ciill'tl w iih raie."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Virginia Editorial Convcti" -.... - tiOHT~zr?-— .- . ¦ ¦ A convention, of the editors of Virginia was held at Richmond, ori the 17th'of Jan-•uary. ""riipmas Richie, Esq*; was elected President/aiid Wfliiam M. Blackford was appointed Secretary; ,. We triake the subjoined ' e x traet3r.fram~tlre~pruTJ¥ed itigs~£9 placing in a proper light the difficulties to tvhich publishers are subjected ^ and pointing out the proper remedAes.jPhese'prqceedings furnish many useful hints which nright he advantageously taken by the pu 1)listreTs™in " every j>£rT~of-'"f lie&o'u ti t ry, who while aiding others to advance, isjn^ fact/really neglectful of their own interests. ' .„ Tlie"corninittce.tO-whoth was referred the subject of the relations of publishers and their subscribers, with instructions torcport the existing evils and to propose suitable remedies, submit their vfewsMn the-foMowing.-report, which with the resolutions" annexed, they rec<jmin~end-to-be adopted by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

now. .roiirv p. Kixii. The following is nh extract from a letter written by the.Hon: John P. King of Georgia/in October,last, to a friend at home. It was not intended for ihe'publie, but the friend to whom jt^was addres sed, thought ft too good, as we "also think, -nobelost,, andrconrrmrnicated 11. to one ol the .Georgia papers for publication. /'--: ?'And so some of my old.political friends.ai%'...ujE|. _against my-^^ptie?^ hah? Don't you-lhtn.k.jt:jtpu'ld l^ve been better for therri to have answered' my argur ments before they flew into.a passion with the author? As Jack'Downing says, 'that/is my notion .f I care nothing, for the olTice for its sake, and that they may baye^willinglyvTf-they-wishntv but really instead of quarrelling with me, I regret extremely ihey.h'ave not-"seeifi".fh"e"iiecess sityofunitingin the only course that cat) &a*eJ Ttlie~Tiai:iy'from destruction. -It was a saying of."Arrington, that you might pu a dozen puppies into a sack and shake it, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

' - Forjhe Herald {J J-.xpoaitor.' ' Epitaph on a Chicken.^ (The »ubject of lliis epitaph .was. m.interesting> young cliickeri, greatly beloved-aiyl nourished liy a "fair la-lye" of Carlisle, who still laments it* untimely death. There w»s sometliing peculiarly 'melancholy and affecting m it* decease, which ' renders its loss much the liiore inconsolable.- If I (lull be-.effectual .in. removing any part of the - -lady's grief, it isill be a siifHc'ient, remuneration for the waste of time,'ink and paper-] " "" „_.„i_The fairest of.the.cluckeii'race, -----• I'oiaest ofcvfiv gemle,grace,- . Willi"feather* »!cejv and tender face, Here buried is, i .' • Snatclied from' its mistress' fond criibracc, , .- '-'•, ..-..:: ljy foul'disease t -'- ¦ .' • ¦ .. t . '';<! feetcendaiyj qt » noble stock, ;//?...\Vho.itru'ttri| oft. the gui den-VVulk, . _C __Witll conscious pride, and Ipfiy.look, ¦ . ', —Aiifi.liaiiglityrniieii I . * : The viUues of its sires it to'uk ¦ ".. • .1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

MlSCELtANEOUS Selections from Sam Slick. THE KOAD-TO A IVOMAIi's BEAUT—THE : ;<, - BItOKEN HEAKT. - 1—As-we-approached-tlie-Inn ^ at-A-mhe'rsti the Clockmaker grew uneasy. It's pretty well on in the evening, I guess, said he, and Alarm Pugwash is as onsanin in her temper as a mqriiinjn April; .it's all sunshine or all clouds with her, and if she's in one of her tantrums, she'll stietch out her netk and hiss, like-a goose With a flock of goslijis. 'I wonder what on ai'rth Pugwash was a tliinkin. on, when lie/signed, articles of partnership-with that are woman; she's not a baH io'oklhj- piece of luiniiure reither.-anj it's-a proper piiy 'sich a clever woinan should carry such a stiff upper lip—she reminds me of our old ministerJosJLMiilliopew.eJrs itpplc trecs,._ Tl'lie old..minister; had ' an oichatd of most particular gpotl.fiuit, for tie:' was a great hand at- buddin, grafiin, and, vglia't not, and the orchard (it was ^ on the south side of the house).stretched "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

^CONGRESSIONAL.<' ' " ' ' • is.—T^~-— "" - =TieSHi^FtftJi~~<)&u' g^essrrr ¦ fcCOS'b BIISSIO.V. (Correspondence nftht Bjlli-nfrc .American UNITED"STATESi SENATE.'* - '-• .Washington, Feb. 1. The'Senate' Chamber.was this rriorn iwgerbwded-tqoyprtfqwing 'with a mtilti-¦ toile of both sexes", anxious to hear Mr. "___* \Vj*bsrer?srepLyito/'MrrVVrijrliti/ The i! tileries were/full to overflowing, and '¦"•'fiTerpTf^esTe^^^ all.occupied. _..-. -.-¦? - --;....-:-.—.'•. " Previous to ihe orders, of the day, pet iliorifi,>resoluti,on», and reports were in ".'order,.-;- A great n'umberof'/memorials were presented, against the annexation of .-. -'Pexa^antJ;jivft,vor of • the-"Abolition of * Slavery in-llie District of Columbia.^-i 'l-Vfj Texas petitions weed hid upon ihe iJiible, andlh'e inotioh'to receive tlie abo/ - hi ion'.rnemorials.shared the same'fate. 'r~- TTITe 'order of/"jli£^71ay,Tbeing . the :~Vud7Trtasiiry^BUl,;\ - alter the disposition of some"...

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