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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

-^-simssswimwsi&ssa '- ¦"- Coughs, Colds, Aslbiua, llronchils, Liter, Com plaint, Suiting Blnod, Diflioulty' ol' Breathing, Pain in, Ihe Side anil Drcasf, Palpitatipii oflhe Heart Iiifliien-la,Croup, Brjfe,.^ ken Coustiiuiioii,,Sor.e..Tlinial7^*s '** Nervous Deliiiily, aiid all » Diseases oflhe Tb.ronl, _rt'ii_ anil Lungs, -7-.'. ...^ - ¦ . tlie most eflec- ... , tnal jiirul' speedy ciire ever known for anv of the above diseases, is DK. SWAYNF.'S COMPOUND SYUUP OF WILD C1IKUI..Y— ANOTIIKlt WONDEH1-UC CO HE OV CCTNSU.Ml-TCOS'r? PsovroKNCB, li. I., Sept. .S_lll,1H45. Da.SwAiBr.—Dear Sir.—1 .leel calledby a sense oi'duty" I owe lo sunVring huninuily, to urknowledg'e'my gruHliil thanka I'or llie wolll'crl¦-, ¦ eir.cts of your " Cli^lPOUND' S'tYCP OF WILD CHKUIW" on me,.after haviv sufiii wl niiintbs-after inotiths- With 'tlic.inoat nlliiuUiig of all diseases, Cnii.sniiipfipn^vvith .scarcely arayof Ifoiie, or n ."beacon light'i lo gusril oie again-' <nv .* own' horrible'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

*: TH0I.S0NS qOfrlPOUND SVfllip Of .TAR ,,,AAipm^^m^mM&' ' ,cpMPovm^mm%4>^^-^^. aypoVtf4 i.t!H*' .|.&;iymmMMs^-, iihingsi oure. of ChYonio: B ronclu(.UL -,is<jVS'; "¦i.p!$'*.*'.,2''.*'rl M'. rjciV^i. ts'-*^*_ I" Stai'iii'_'»]*_ •;,.,. fi-.;!r-r^HrwlpJ>f<ii-navW,"i(jtt .ptlfr. S .T;Ho>pi,bN'^e^i;^' r.:I'oriiao)^Bn --¦ .fpiij year*,.paalil had Ijecn^readfpll^^^ffiud •wilh an alTeotionoftbo lliroil,7wnlqlJ.mjtjliy. ' •ioian pronounced ''Chr'drii_B:aiclilli»,|ii»us. . ed by ropoaled rind -risajleolrd coldk.tSiKais.. ircst suffered i.lndeicribablo; i'i^0Smnit ' \\%6Stja\f ^w^itfi •tloleh' . i-j*hibfraifthat ;Mqr^'nbb)a3,om0.ndmg i^ «)oii|.btihy». 4'tVKht>a'-aB-^ili.^a^>(*^^^l Vw *• ^?irj »[ib. tall ihe" usual P^lfesiTO^__i__P,, showed (Ijcm8qlves,a|i9w^ ^eip«al*^WiX% •op^!r.-.'l!u?a;9iC!!ne6MH>TW««*^ - Irathed.ond llia«red;oVer«ndisMam^M^.i . m*d_Hrialt1|C«>.irr-J(nawn'l'tewt^Hlfln^ ferenl porio-.baii tn^'ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

;...^v.r, -mxbs. .-.--.. ©®Si. (g)3_& Zl_X> E_3__P_P_S3 . Homeopathic Physician. OFFICE-:—Main--fr-eel,-in-ihe-housoToi merly occupied by Vr, Frcjl. Elirinuu. Capllsle, ApriJ-9, 1845. . . W& s.° <_ m@mwQ '4WTII.L perrorm all operiitions upon thc f'V . Teeth tliat'aro'required lur their preser-. ration,suclias Seating, Filing-, Plugging, £rfc, ' pi* will restore the -loss of them, by inserting Artificial Teeth, from a single Tootli, lo a full sett. . Q-^OIli ec on l3'.ttstreet, a few doora South pi tlie Uailrbail lit Nl I -. -1 > -.* 1.or mis will be absent from Carlisle the lastten(3.jiyg, in each mpnlti. -June 11, l«VS. JOSEPH KOTOS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, (lute of PiltaburftH , Pa.,) wHI |iructiro in tlie Courts ol Coin. | borland and tll-^Dtljoininff counties, Office j pn West High struct, neSl dour to J. Hamilton, 1_K.|. .. _ '..'. . «. ' - Carlisle, October t), 184." CIia.RI._33 B, PBOTIvOS--, fia/e Solicitor.of (he Treasury oj the United'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

Sljcriffaltn! To the ^ VotersofCnmberland coitntv. {^ELLOW.CH'IT^ENSj^-lbneiJnys'elftoyo'ur ; consideraiiou as iv'candidal^ lor the - ' ".; dFJFIC-3 6f -IIIJRIFF ' ol, Cumberland county, at .the ensuing General Election, and respcctflluy solicit your suffrages for the same. Should you elect me, I pledge my-Belftodisnhartfo the duties of said office Io Hie. best of my ability. ' JAMES KENNEDY. ' Aliflliii itiwiislilp,-) A])l-il 22,18^(1. To tlio Voters of Cumberland county G( RN'TI-E.MEN:—I offer myself na a candi-X date for tile. OFFICE OF SHEI-IFF 'of Cumberland county, and-will be. thankful to tou'for vour support. " ; • , MICHAEt [10LC0J1B . Carlisle, April 22, 1846. To the Electors of Cumberland Co.: CI E,'NTLE.MEN :—I.offer myself to your conjf aiiteration as a candidate for the . OFFICE 01? SHERIFF, al the next General Election. Should you honor mil with a majority of your su'dragce, I pledge niysclt to discharge the duties of the cilice* with fidelity: WILLIAM U. MULLEN. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

1 »h"< ' 5jp;U^y). ' - /T^ ; " ALPORT WIT-r — •'"¦-'' '' " bv N.'p.witLra. ,v a '. - . , She'sh(-'auilfiit!..Uor,riwoifcurlfl IlUve'lirtikcnheiiTts in cnvfbua girls i. < ¦• Anil thou they sleep in contr.Hsr ho, , . Like ravijii foutlieri upon snow, Anil iiathc her nuck, nnd simile the bright • Dnrk eye from which they.catch the; light, ~Aa if their jrrurdhil hioksi were rtii-de . - To keep thru Klnrlnuseye In shade, ' An'd hulior make" Ha irnnqnll spull, - . Like wat'orn In.a shaded well. I cannot rhviiic nh'nm ilmt «ye—I've mnirhed H with the midiilpht iky—I've said *iwub d«ep, and dark, and wild, -Expressive-, liquid, witching, mild; . ., But the Jo'welM star onA the^ying alf. Have nuthlng in them luilf so fair. 8heta nohl»>, nnhlo—nnh to keep Embnliii'd ft>r drenms of fevered sleep ; An ey** for hnmre. tnnte r»-tltr'd. Perception swill, and lialnnc'd mind; And more tlmt. all a Blfl of thoupht , To such a spirit-.inene.i3 wniiiEiit, : Tlint on m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

_M!.5.*:mim-iM3. The Halls of tlie .lloiitezumas. Monluzutiirt 11. aseytiJed the Mexican throne A. 0. ISO-, al ihe'tign of hventy-lhrpe, before Mexico had"lioun iliwovereil ty Kuroprans—Ho dietl -OlliJutie, .1-20, .in the forty-second V^'nr t.l' Iiisage, of wounds inlliried by lliii Spwiisli dl-fovcrers vvliotn he had invited to his'royal- puhu;e. Ilistqriana agree in .idmirinH his i-linractcr. On' ascending iliu iliiiHie^ not couldn't with lite _j)a-'iuus.r-_ulciic_.oT.h¥if;tfhor,hfi ereclv\ aiiollicr, iiiucli iiitiio'iiiii^iiiliceiit, fronting on tho filazu mntior of ilia.present city oi Mexicoc So vn«l wa^-llio great strncture, tlint, 0-^iim-rif llit; hjshiritu.is ji_il_QMn-_______ spueo covered by itsii-rittrod wol miiilit have allbrdud ample room foi lliirty kniylits lo run tht'ii'coui.c ill ti reyti'urtoiirnay. His father':* pnlari", although not so lii^h, was so exiensive llttil the visi ots word loo much laljgucd wanitl'itnj; throujli lho ililieicut apurtrfienld. " e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

LETTER FROM BEN: JSCDil Views of the CoM.MAXD_!W&-GMin|p-^^^m - Pitos_ct). ibifor .nx WAincGiiWiT^C^ • The Washington Union; of >ldi,iday^^ffi conlains the cbrrespondenc'-'tiUled^fpf.Bjffi^ Senate, between' the Secretary"cif'i'^^^M Gen. Scolt.- It occupies'five^eclj_m|fs"t, o^H paper, and is, therelbre, entirely too'yo'HMms! otis.'for us to.publish.. • We] npj^eVgJfflMHp room for the following loiter from 'Gelit^SfB which contains his suggeslibnes fo'-'fltSroOMfe cution of the war wilh"Mc..icd.'7TR.ris: _D^^S taut and 'interesting:—A - ' ¦:¦:.-A- A'W-msS . ' ¦ IIe-dQu-auteiui or Tii_-.ARBiTyl^S Washington, May 21,' 18.46.;'¦£»J^g Sm:-7-I have-received no prfler^fji^SW assigning me to,the immediater cornni.aM™; the army about to be raised t'o.cpj^junn! peace within Mexico; but riia^e/jb^feamffilj to hpjd myself an readiness for that'setvjw^ From that moment I have ocenpied'm^Mp incessa-tly, with the vast pre]iminary|jH<; rnngemonts'which can only bo-misder...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

§a$M\% &mwm» "^Sn : I'rbJri Ihe Culiivaton • ..^ ' .HAY MAKING. ---Why-irot adopHhe-sameruJe in' regard to life time of culling clover and grass lor hay, that is followed iu cutliiig-riiedicinalheibs? The object in both-c'ases is to secure the ilil trinsic virtues pf the plttiit'. ' In cuiing heibs n,s all acquainted with the'subject admit, the most proper time for culling is when they are in full.bloom;, and' il is also admitted that Ihey shoiild bo cuted iu tho shade, because if exposed lo the'more ilirecriufluenceof the sun and air, some of liieir valuable properties would b'e evaporated. . - We know (here issomodifferenceof opinin regard to the proper lime [oi culling grass. The advocates for ripe haycontend lliat there is more 'subsume*-' iu ii, and that it will ; go farther' in feeding stock, than that which is cut while in blossom. And. so we suppose fliere is more < substance' 'in the scruUoak bush^and that it would go still farther in feeding Oiots-t'p/...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

Exonerallpp of Bir. WefsterUrour ' Iiiecrsoli's f liarRcs I . ¦(i.u^-S^t^fcV; >V_siiingtok, June 9, 184ii.. The HoUse met lit .10.o'clock, and'Mr, Vinton obtained its unanimous Consent tq makp, . . . a topoif from the Selict cpintnitteo to jiivej;-, tignte the charges against Mr. Webstei. The iepoifwas' read. Its main' features are as" follows:—ji. . - r A 1st. Mr. lugersoll clmiged that Mr. Webster had, without thp k'np\yled^e of the President..and contrary to usage, tpkpn thp secret t service fund from the charge Or theDisbur.-! ing-Agent, and applied it to-his qwfr u.s(u !¦ The teporl s'ates that in lho timeof Wash- ' [ inglnn and Jefletson, it was cusiomary that n j the Secretary ol State should keep thie fund,: fi l_and that il was riot put in the hands of th* I Disbureing Agent, until some time iu tha adt mtnistiaUHi of Mr.-JefferBOn. 1 In reference to this patieulat case, Mr. Ty ler had suggest™ lliat lliciuno should be disbursed by Mr. Webstej-, in the then ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

KtUSLlSUEpivEV^RY; >VKDJ^ESDAY. OFFICE?™ f''f'SouthWcti jangli of the public , ¦; ^.$jwiic^i ;ko<ilicj^{im ;t-jiouse _, . ^'TEBMS'OF'SUBSCRIPTION. '** One Dbliar anA Fifty centB."a;'year in advance. Two Dollars, if uaid.wlthiri the ^ear. ' a PuCl)6irarJUr six" ilioiitli't-."%, , \ >¦ ' . . •* TUoae tann»'wiU be rigidly adhered t#. ' ''.RATES OF AOVERTJSING. - ., , idlviiinije'-ierits; niaWiiis IJlteen ''""¦ •'.!««»! wl" I* cliatgeil-ttlleyale bf KUly cents torone liu-rtlon,— thru limes fof.Ono Dollar, andlweiity-llve conn for riry.BUbn-iiucnt Inierllnn.. 1'early, advcrtlserB will Iw'-ha.eed at Um f.illoiilng rates: , Oris Colii'tnn; with tha ;ap;r,'iiir oris year, - JM ' llalfa-olunin,' do. • do; #13 Two Sqjuacts, with quarterly changes, £lu. pasfnass Cards, with the paper, ' 95 JOBiPRiNTING, OF EVERY D.SCRIPTION, Sucti as IlandbilU, Blaiiku, Olrculnr* und every uihcr ' other deacription uf Printine. toe ruled hansomuly and . «pedi-iou',l>*»a»dattl»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

^m3&i iWMlL dens TayWi?» J>e_patche?ig|-, - ^fr7W-s__-gtpiT'U--r^ e-^au-^ itheiofi^ald'espatehM . ^^ ^ tteyiof and-tBe officers under his ep^maod^ gWing detailed acco-nts-of the B^ftles'dl^'alb Atto andBesacade la Palma. They occupy tea of the broad oolumns"6t «ie Union, and"] we-e^tiofcihe-efor^give ^'®ril m fu"in out paper|-; S>Vef; however, make room, for the 6_towihg,'letteis from the Commandei-in-Chief; vntB.pb3traets from the tables containing the lists pf Jh«5 killed and wounded in tjoth-battiea.' The letter- are highly interestingt^'-''^ :'"; "* Battle of Palo Alto. MEADQtTiBTBRS ABMt OF OccC-ATIO*, j Camp near Matamoras, Alay 16, 1816. j Sin':—I have now the honor to submit a "SiapHraetail-d^-port-of-the-actiqii of-ihe-8thinst. ¦ TBo main body ol the army of occupation mat-Keel, u'ri-er mV iihrnediiitp-orders, from Point Isabel, on the pvcnmg of the 7th ol Mtty, and-bivbuaeked'seven miles.from that. Jiace. , , f ,. • Our marcli was resumed the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

ifef^aftil*^^ > •By.me,'iaail-r-feyeverday.. we have *xcit-; •ing^^eJUge!|e«^ni^j^p^ei^:_^^ W0ungfm?we ^ \^nMi%iAt^0S^ ,^0i'' ^ ji^li^'^&'^y^Pi^^miym^^ >&^i^]^^Ma^Sjw^ ay.^S^ existed.ol..Jits ialjfic_tionr and' that r^ub.ijdri; j ' fi^mSi^ithsMmA ^AAAA .-"ycf-' 7-:!7 ' * ; Next we h,tve^ arrival of the Great j W estern from England. The steamer CambTfe"1l Tid"^Trived^uHvilh-the-newa-ol-a-defe lar-iion^-f war against Mexico.by the U. S.; and of the law bf Congress for 50,000 volunteers.. This news produced a great'sonsatiop ini the sympothy of .the Briti.B public was altogether in favor of Mexico as.the weaker patty; thougB in thb waVVof in.vasibn against the poor Sikhs tho same public had very little sympathy to throw away, 'notwithstanding tho weakness and inferiority of the Sikh govT -ernment compared with the power of Eiig- The news of the battles: on fhe-lib Grande were published without comment. -Queen. Victoria1 had given" birth to a dau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

* From the Seat itfAWar. Fire Days Later from Mexico—Receipt of . the Defeatsin the Capitol—Mexican I^prth- ?, * era.Army Reihrprce.d^-Demand on tBi 1 ~ L ChurcB-B-rmriie$^ ¦ ' Mexico Vikei^^^^'-o^^'i^Vt^ t' i ' -Tie New Orleahffiiic^unio._diri-t.)B_y-: ^-By arrival pf barque Louisiana, Capt; Wil-•ta, we have advices from VeVa,Cr__, to 25lh ^ ult.,five days later thari;tho«-%i6.ghtiby t_» ThtBtis. The Lbuisaiyi Failed;In-eoiMmny . . .with-U_ajaele--MeLo8__4eav-iii^o^^ can'vessel in-|>ort. "Brig Petersbusg,, Bailed"';' •tbi NewTYbrk, May. 20,, jis Before 1 iebprted,_: •. ¦The T)lbckaae;o^era "Cruz commenced -on r * tB« 20tB,,and fifte'riri^'diiys vyere allowed all neutral .vessel-'^ii'ibal port to load arid depart, by-older of (ho Mexican government. The • American CbftsM'^pffiee haa' to be closed, . and. all Aiheiictut:'citizens to,leav-7By the 26th-May. or on, that day!':. Mr. Diamond, ourCopsiil,, expected io.impark, on .board- ¦ Ihe stearn frigate Missisiippi. The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

Furiiicr from MeiiGOt The New Orleans Picayune of the 3rd.in-. slant"gi#es further dfetails"of lho contents of tlio'lalest Mexican papei-, as follows:— " Til?" Mdxican papers claim positively that the number of the killed aud wouuded-bnthe part of the Americansfivas more considerableThtin that ol theMe^ans.- Gen. Aris- "r" la sets down tire iorceof-llie Alexicans iu the action of the Slh at 3,000 men and twelve pieces of artillery?;, our jutunb-rs are slated lo have been 3;000 men, more or'loss, with gieat superiority in inlilleiy The destruction'by onr artillery is represented to have been f evere. Over three thoui sand shots are said lo nave been fired al the Mexicans by our artillery, between 2, o'clock, P. M. and J- in the evening, when Iheballle closed. Tho Mexicans in the same limV discharged seven hundred and fifty shots from their artillery. Thp Mexican loss oil the 8.h is sot down at 352 killed and wounded, ¦and missing; and they clliirn lo have retained possession ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

Battle of Rosea ,de la Palma. Headquarters AroiV oj OccrrATios, ) No. 39 Camp new Jf._it/li»w'n_Cj.Texas, } May 17, 18-16 ) gI!i:—In submitting a mete minute report of the affnii of ¦' Ilesnva de la Palma," I have the honor to slate thai eaily in llie morning of Ihe 9th inst. Ihe enemy who had encamped near the field ol bailleof (lie day previous, was discovered moving by bio loft Hank,'evidently in retreat, and' perhaps at the same lime'to gain anew position'on tho rpad lo Matamoras anil there again resist bur advance. I ordered the supply train lo be strongly packed at its position, and left with il four pieces of artillery—did two It-puundurs 'which had done sm-li good service on the previous day—nnd two 12-pounders which had not been in the action. The wounded officers and men were at the same Itnift.sent baVk to Point Isabel. I thru nioved'forward with Ihe columns'to the edge of Ihe chapparnl or forest which evtends lo the Rio Grande) a distance of.seven miles. The light ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

i^^¦il&^r^filE^;^^J4n•t^ ,'. ""-¦ >'-. .-.v,1*- • "'u Av.7. , '—--TT"""~ i^^^^^^r l^^p^ a-p^^'iPA;'^^ ^^|I>n_s 6ay;'Jtjne i7,;i^is; , .." E§^^_;.tia-iaJ;c6--i^i^^ |pfiSi[^TW!iiiC M$$i A0SAMMER COUNTY. , l^^^^A^AA ^^^^^^^^^^^ A

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

=^ma^MWm&im£^l ¦' We have;-ie;,tmpbrt»n'Kintei^ "Washington, that a'message: froirtit-O ^res^ dent was laid BefbrA^iien&t^a tBuVs^: day lastr'4cconipiny^^lS^propoStton4r^ tho Brjtish gbvdr-menftcf ^settle (B'iOi&gpn' Controversy_jbfobVtis^_h-^^pi BL^a^ nap transpired, in secret session') the'precise terms bf the proposal are not clearly, known. - TJigTftaltinioiB-'-S-n,! however,staleB that the ofler isfor.a Bettlement On, thp.49jjl parallel, with the whole of .Vancouver's Island, and the tree navigation of the Columbia River" By the Hudsbh'sJJay Company, until the expiration oflheir charter, (in .858) ; the British government apprehending lh_t jt might' Otherwise be compelled to pay that Company too large an indemnity, The free navigation bf the SirailB of Fuea, and Ihe free use of the Bays and Inlets of Vancouver's Island -tQ ; kB ^B?6^ to us fer the same period, and spmettBer privileges not heretolore anticipated by the <'49 men.'«»• : "TTie p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

Gen. Scott and Mr. Polk. . The letter from Gen. Scott, which the President has made the ground for removing him from the command of the Volunteer forces against Mexico, will' be found on our first page. .I__enable the public to lorm y'ust con. elusions as to Gen. Scott's course, the whole correspondence should be published, but unfortunately it is too lengthy for our columns. A brief review of the subsequent letters is all. that wc -re able to give.-The letter from Geh"."Scbtlisfti|rbwed (after an ominous silence of four days, in which the. state of things is changed very much by the news of llie victpneson the Rio Grande !) by one from Mr. ,-Iarcy, speaking for the Piesi. dent. In this no atlcntion is .paid to Gen. Scott's views respecting the prosecution of the war. although they clearly show him to be most industriously engaged in pieparations to take the field personally—but he is immediately-pounced upon by- the"Secretary^as casting gross" nod disrespeclfulr reflection8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

Grand National Jubilee of (he Sons of Temperance. Prom Hie New York Trltmrieof Wednesday lahl. This--groaWubilee was held yesterday — fhe day was as fine as could have been de--sired--^sky alittleoveronst,'- and temperature pleasant. I( seemed as if the w enther had been specjally. ,re(piestud-to-doii_ils..Suudayi. go-to-incotingr suit and endeavor to mako itself agreeable lo-tlro hosl which was to assemble>bii tlio ocvution ol this miglit-y gath-I'ting. Kings were displayed- at llie City Hall and various other places, aiitl by permission of his Ilonor ^ ihe Ma) or, the Fountains hud been allowed to exhibit their sparkling beauties. During the forenoon the various delegations were arriving and marehifig lo head quarters at National Hall in Canal street, and about 1 o'clock they we're pbslcd at the various stations which had been assigned them. It was a beautiful sight to look upon the various delegations, clothed in'the regalia of the Order, and with their magnificent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 17 June 1846

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Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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