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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

Mte$$)My,mm> from the fa'eav York Oliaervcr. The Sacred Mountains; Hit.Tabor. nv Ttl'fc HEV. J. T. HEAnr.-Ry. \Vhal slrango conTrasIs this earth of.ours presenls.' "li sbems lb bfillie middle spot between heaven and hell, aud.to parlako.of tho chnracler of bq,h. -Beings from' b'olh are found moving over its'surface, and scenes from both are constantly occurring upon il. The glory from one and Iho midnight shades" Irom the other meol along its bosom .-and the song -of angels ami Iho shriek of fiends go "njiTfbrh "the same spot. 7 Noonday and midnight sire iigt, morn opposite than Ihe.sconos tlinl-aii) constantly .passing before out eyes. The temple of Cod stamls beside ,i/brolhel7 and Ihe place of prayer is sepbraled onlv t>y a single dwelling iihm the "hell'' of the gainbler. Truth ami falsehood walk side by sale through our, streets, and vicc-and virtue meet and pass every day. Tho hilt of the starving slhiuls in the shadow of the. palace, of (lie- wealihy, an...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

-' ~" "'-• ¦¦¦ H^rf^^ ".- ¦¦¦ -'"- _'-¦' , MBVBJn CflVB UP, "Never give up'*—'tis tlie secfej of glory, Noihing so wiae can nhllosiiphypreach:. Think on the nnnies that aro fumous in spry, , •T'ittvergiveup'* laithR leMoii thoy tenrli.'' . Ilow.lmve men^mnpasa^U.raoiafll.a^ievcDiwtts.-?,^ Iloumlivo nicy liloprdod the world to their Willi 'TistlmtmiiJii^f^necrfi,ahj!J.\voeB,an(lbereaveiiienifl, "N«ver give ii]i*r waatliflir principle BtHI. 4,>. roverrplve up," though o'orlndort'wIlli.Sorrow, ¦¦ Slinko not the voke, 'twill more bitterly pn"; "Never"give up,j* fnr there-comelh n tnorrow, ' Fraught with delights.to compeiiBate for all. -. ANever give up"—hear your fine with nerenityl . frolic 11 not Ignobly lik.t> slaves in the itust; .'. Life's a rough pannage to rehlnYR of amenity, „ -,. Darkjsihb jpiimey.'butUavel w.e muat, : , . " Never g^ve lip*'—it enn Innt hut n Beopon ; • AVill you, bcRiiustl a cloud burst* on your way, BnHely-FUrre'ridftr your inanlmod and r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

tfUBfciSHET>,EV£ilY! WEDNEgj^T; OFFICE in the jSowfA West angle ofttiepubli Sijuare, iai*Vt/i«'CottjfeHmw.»i TERMS OPSUBJCBIPTION.-Ono Dollar anil Flftyiconta aycar m, i«A»«;- 'iHvo.Dollnrs.ir.paii^AvMUln^lio.yciir..^,.. ,. One Dollar fot.»ix iqontlu. ' • . - Tilesc'tcriiig'w-ill bjTrljHdly aaiicroit lo.- ¦ _ '',77Vs*j^EjS-0F.WTRTISTNfir^ *_ Mvonlsoilicnlsoraa'ixlntfi&o'nJin.^ - iliacgoitotiliijjure'iir'rifty centi forono linortlon,-" threo-liV^Mr'diWDotlftr, ,ui,ltivcnly-llvc cenn.foi very s>ib«eiiucitt inneryjiii.. Yearly, nalverllnerswiH ¦ bfcluireBdatillBfollowIiig-ralci!: . .-, . One Column, witli.ttaVW''! f0?"?0 J'c'lr• " J„ HatCncolumn,.. io. ¦ ... "";• -<.; ,Vi +il.-.;tf,„ —Two'Sduares, Williquarterlyeliiln|!6s, . .' ¦<¦¦*!* t«10 «q'«tiibsi Caratu, with the jiapcri'.' - '¦ ">" - -' ".>;* .;f? • ' ;"J0B. PBINTINB. Qf E^tRY DESCRIPTOR; 8utn*»a.Hahdl)lils, BTariks, Clicuiarfcaiiii, every ioihei otlior deswJptipii orTriiiti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

V,— 1 ii ¦ ¦¦.. ¦.—. nig..1-1. ..! . ;__'_!J_J—LLJUSM-LJ———^ . -JJ -IPp Our.iSttbsCjpibcrs. •tTho subscribers to the ' Herald,' residing _JnJhis_County, who aro in. arrears, are iuinrmeiUhat we have placed.their accounts in thehands of a Collector,- Mr. Robert Wiglit-.-. 7nanr«The-bills'we4iavfegiven-him it is-grat-. ifying to know pro gobd; with scarcely an exception, and we have little doubt that diir respected patrons will feeU pleasure in immediatelB:;iian{)4ng.~him.Jif/ii; ready," without .waiting for another call.... Our expanses are heaVy and it is'absolutely necessary that our outstanding accounts should be collected. ' He vrill" wait'upon our subscribers in the " upper end this week, and those of.other soolions ot the county in the course of the month. The commencement of Dickinson College will take place', with appropriate ceremonies on, Thursday of next week, the Olh.insl. t)5-Mr. Walker's-second'and last Concert, • was given on Thursday evening last, to a numerou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

IMnfefcweilSi^M t ^i ; ¦ '^!^^|«2^^^^' i(rW^?>f! |]ridiay. con-.. ,^|i'B7M|rng^|l* abie'ape eoh delivered in the' HeSs^fil^J^entatlyespnthe day previous,. T^^t^^^^iC^r .a^.^m^. ^i^^^^^fi^P^A^csn^ 'ityyf^^ bo"eit'jpB«6B^^?a master^^handf ffie du|ura^J anU'disiiofiei^yv&f the iodofpeppress l(f'^jfia£ifi'' syk4ai^nd>. Ujewhere. during the last.Pxei. sidential campaign. As a - specimpaj>f. the :ty&tooQJ£i!fo^ "|ilr. Mtliyaiuereacf ari extract from the'loco, fcico '^Rppubiicahj printed in West Cheater/ which" we subjoin, and (o which we. invite the attention of those who were humbugged/ by such articles as thisinto "the belief that James E.Polk Was friendly to tlie present Tariff: 1 ..... "The Tariff—Whig Deception.—Hieriry Clay, by. his introduction and support of the -Compromisojict,'arrayedliims8li in-oppofition, to Potts, Heiater, Denny, and all tthe Representatives in Congress frpm the manufijcluring States, and- was con'sideied as having...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

S 1 ¦ ¦ ~ sifflffs^ m m***^*r^m**m&rs*£^i^*?*ygr'^^ *'",vi*'...'- ';-'''^ ^^i^AY,"jruH.Y.% ts-jg.. ; rorCmalCommlsBitrner. ; • jimesm. mwm, ;j;-OF B|ERCER COUNTY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

mgmmmimmmmmmmmm^ ' ¦ : :XX 'txfft$' ttti0!ifn Again. : ''"./-,' -^mffis'jWjf^&&|^A^lhi' r; putbreiak: has ;t^TOi:^jf^e71^t%' al?9^'Hte fliat it_b;newvBili,%^ Mipb^Mj&ciAnt^ ,wUffrlt^; jp^t:jt|?t!ie^ 'in^" 6;^h;pBtilj' ,rpmmn\in\ adjacent neighborhoods. The Anti-Mormon's aienQw waging a war of extermination upon" . (heppordefencoless.women. and children, as ' well as 7pld.in'en; sic jj';' and irtfirnij'iajd- -in a state of statvalion. The scpuridrels.' ajjpear to h&ve no fear of the law, and rjeP-the deifeneeless wilhTunrestraincd cruelly J,, 'To.opppse these men the hew citizens ol -Nauvoo are organizing a military company, to protect their lives and prevent the destruction of Ntvuyoo—now about half tenanlless. The editor ot the Hancock .Eagle Extra has con'chfdedicnpaek up liiS^priiilifig materials, to save them from a threatened. mpb, - Lynch law seems to be in full force in Hancock i county.'. , ¦ ' . ,7. -, ' . ," tater rio\ys .from Nauvoo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

^^m ^ JS^^e^^^wrpvwKi yi^ma^^.QAv^^ T^jtyi^yp^ "¦ iron q/Re0osd]dMJ^^rg 6f%tl^^inR asihglegun.l, 7.7'^7- '\%7^7; m7J5 The MdWle:Regi?tei*Si t^|B^;in8f^sJ thesteambpat FashionteihmecliitodiSrMo'') having landed troops who wpre well 'receive sL^h.eJarigsji.reMrLthat.lhe.towri.oiKeyflosa auiTendere^witfe' utjresUfance. „ Ailsip, that^ami^pTpapitulated' "in- advance. The army-is in good health: ':^^~^—: - The main'body of Gen. Taylor's Army is on. the right-bank of the river Deshas. The Louisiana Volunteers are on the left bank.— Gov. Handerson, with 0116. thousand Texatis reached the Rio Grandepji'the lOlii. The Committee sent by the Louisiana Leg islalure torpresent % vote of thanks to Geu. Taylor, reached Mal'a'moras'on th'e*8Tli~Patriotic-and appropriate speeches were made on. the.occasion, an'd a splendid collation was served up. Toast's, wit-tuid sentiment "flew round the board. . . The-^New Orleans papers of the ?0th, say that it is'intended to make Camargo a depot for pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

^rtK^i^ ^j^^g |j^|gS< ^^^^jj U^^i ; j;:J^X^z$$^tfflfi>xy. *gX: yX The bpw Tariff liili is now before'tKe House pfllpjg^: enteltye'Bi?;7)t\^a^ fei] u'n^ceHairi^ut' the'p^babiliticts^Pre -We . th.jnK,:'tiiBi..tr^' -Taiia'of i§42 cannot be: disrurbedduifing^he present session.'Tlie PresidOntjind his oficialorgan are laboring haid lo'AVhip'the party into tlie'siipgprt Pf the Free Trade policy pf the administration, but (hero are signs of rebellion-which induce us to believe (haMhey will'" fail "in their^gflprls, and the country .wilhbe saved from its blighting 'effects.'' ' '¦' "".7 • v---.-'r.-, :¦-'--'¦;-.--• Several speeches have been made agains" any alteration of "the Tariff by members ot the . Pennsylvania delegation, which weie markcd-by-grcat-ability-. , " • -; It has been determined to close the'debate on the:T(IrifFJin thei House, 6rr- thejid inst. Should the new-bilLpass-th^ House it "itaay be defeated in the Seriate. ' " ' SPEECH OF MR. WEBSTER. ' On th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

#^5*^1"^^^:^^ T^J8ff!fel-?!',n'<in'•'¦"be™ "irniihed by Jr: i^lgj-SII?"°g- °w:£nli>B* -totocMon," '.¦liMliia^^'^' " '^^^^"^^?. -BMtii»x.ahd after the fill, 0r July, !nst. ¦¦¦ IPIr ^h0 •ompanj has provided good Copktf: iiidVcillroihl, ServantB;who will be nl-W«y«to*tteh4anca, and visitors may rely noon bolnjr furiuohed with pvery thing which will' conduce to their pleasure and comfort There jy!!L^l5°i!*e.ySnee» always J-eady_tcL qonvcv passengers; from the Nowvillo Depot, on tho Cumberland Yall-y Rail road, to the Sprinss July I, 1846. -,. ' -, 8 , HTOMcr. ~~ ' jTIIRCUMSTANCES require" that the books V of the late firm of GROUSE* CART, be KUI«d',ai..-4pBodUy.«.poi,iM^„In.aeboiJnt. no olpsed by the.l.t ol August ne'it.will be put in suit.- -.¦ I. "g. n, xd^to Carlisle, July 1,1846—3|/ °A1Ri Haiper'a Pictorial BibieT" THE subscriber beinj aware of the comple. . tion »f 3?rPet'8 P%'W Biblir, will bo able to. BindUieni; <or apy^ofthe^stibsciibers who may favor him ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

.imaaBirtftaawcpoa «»«>aa«»a«. ¦.' i-ferfytf..'-^'":-."*- '-.i--awji "•.'-..' . , ./... '•¦•¦.: ;^|iilt)afUkaophfcal Society, 7 ^fnK>9A-An>tWWr^frihVirB(on;^ i S*^ly,«WW<«l»br«Witla|t[^MetbMlitB«Sl, I ffl2^%.l' ^S^'SJi'i1 •WW*0*; .»»*ii or-ooB,1 i lew.^.j.Th^citltens.Oftht.Irtroiijhiia ' mBmm^^^S^ ^^^^^S|^ | ^^P^^^^^^^ ^5;i ;; « ^t^wdsii^^^^^^^^ ^^ .. x^^^^ i&W^^^wX^J-; -77. .*-,-! 7 ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

¦ -. 'ite*»« ..' OiV iho 1th of June, liy llie Itov. A- Babb, A R. Van IlairF,M..D. of Mn'clianlrsburg,.. Cumberland county, to Miss Siibak, daugliicr of Mr. Benjamin H. Muiier ofVorkcQuniy. -,_ -.-. r; - ¦:.--¦ .;-- , ". Ai HnrrUbiirg, oh the 30ili of May last, by ihe Rev.' Charles W. Slieafer, Mr. Jobkfk Stevex<o», of:the U. fl. Army, lo Miss Jamb Ann Ilxvn, of Carlisle. •; In NoivvlHo; on.ilie llilrnf June, by.lho Itev.-E, DrelildnlMlicli, Mr. \nn»il»M Lini«i»o«n, of North Mhlilletoa innnsliip, I0JII11 Ann SiioAps, of: Hopcwelttpwashlp. , .¦' .'. ¦¦ '¦ '. . :";-; .. •:^.lb»i--;--"--, 5f-;: In this borough,'.«n Friday mornlnfi'lbit lBlli ull. after a lingering illness, Mr, Joseph IlsmuEv-, aaed 83 years, -y-.l; y •; :¦¦'¦' ¦¦ ' -.'., ' '•: . .: ¦ --, In this liorough, on Bnliiiday the lJth ull, of Ptetirl-. >y, Mrfi. M^ninanT, KiiitatLTii^jvlfeol-MrjUanlel I.snhart, and aloiijrlilcr of Ihe luls Mr. Kreklsl Burnev. In ihe-*isi-ye»rof hcraje.''" -¦¦-.- ~~": ¦ .-¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

~ Important froHi Mexico. Th'p French Brig Princess JVlane, arrived at New Orleans from Tampico, whence she nailed on Ihe 18th inst. -One of the passengere states tha( (ho nrilhoritics -ctf Tampico were divided into (wo parties one of which with the military, has Gen. Anaspasio Tapeoda at in head, and is in favor of Federation and Sanla Anna. The oilier for arming (he people in favor of Federation without Santa Anna.- A third "party wiis.about raising'up when the vessel left, none of the three ho\vever, had como to any understanding. At the time of the Blockade there wore at Tampico twelve armed vessels; vi?. three United .StatdSj three -'British, three Fiench, two Spanish, and one Bremen; tho aulhoriiies were about (o prohibit the American vessels from taking in their cargoes, but Captain Saunders of the sloop of war St. Marys, hearing of thajr disposilion to such a procedure, sent a despa(ch to the aulhoiities,Islating that if there was any detention of American property t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

Interesting from Santa Fe. . An-extra from the office of the Lexington Exptess, states that Mr. Hauck. had arrived at -Independence from panta Fe, having made the trip in 30 dajs,._Jle.ia.Silid.toj!iive brought intelligence that Iho, authorities at Sanfa Fe were fortifying il, and.besides 2000 mon tlien under arms, IIih Oovernoi" had made a requisition, for 5000 men from Chihuahua'. Every third mail io Santa Fe and its vicinity-was- lo-bear-arms in its-defence. The place was preparing for-a siege. Mr". Hottclc, it is added, e.vpiesses (he opinion (ha( Col. Kearney ought not lotako less (han 5000 men on liis expedition againstjVfexico,, The'St Lcuis Era of the 18th sayi a number of ^wagons loaded with ammunition and provisions have already started on their way over Ihe* Prairies, and Col. Kearney sends thorn ahead as fast as he can. get them in readiness, ffiore than 200 dragoons have taken up their line ot maichT • ' ' "Ota Volunteer companies are at Fort Leavenworth goiug throu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

OPINION OF THE PRESS: . «, tfom.tltc sentinel ami Reformer, Worcester, ' .'¦( 'Mass., June, 1845. Wwjrjn's Baisamok WitnCherhv. The^ beneficial effects of this, remedial composition a>e;astonishing to th' e world, and .njake.itohe.of the most popular medicines :npwicnip-*p.7Fj?r.;Gd'igbs, CoWs; ahd«on: .Bumptive oases, its euraiive powers aie es-,tnlilish"ed;hy;.-nurnerbus .teatimohials of the highest-clwiKjIer, .. In the first; sliges of the adieeaBeJ'.terin'edVthe - "Catarrhal Cdnsump--fioriJ ) ^{in^aiiB^;Tfrom-iiegleG(od—Golds,.;!- haa beeri':useil.\yi(h undeviatipg success, and hundreds acknowledge' they owe ' the r'esto:" rittidiiof'thejrASWthtp' this invaluablo* medifpirie.7.7,7'77":;";/ ,':,'. '-" ' "' .'/' 7 Sold iri7Carlisle;by-SAUMEL-E£i.ior, sole gent for this borough. '.'" " :7. ' :-'¦;--¦''¦ rt^^'-A^-'FrpiH thff Tribune: .' I !' Asresjpectslhis'not'icoofDR, TAVLOK'S i BALSAM; OF; tlVEUWQRT, "Mr. Editor, •; that I saw in your paper sy few days ago. J like ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

t£jUBltlW3 QBtT tiM>C£fHJ>2*U'aiaa<BiS Division, Wo. 9. At -a-inreliits of Washlncton Division. No. 0, held on Tliiirsiliiy evening, the Itnh ult.'the loltowlpg genlleincli ivere elerled nftirers, rnr-thc ensuing nnncter ^ viz:—Samuel Klltntl, W. P.—John Walker, W. A.— -Gilliort. BearighU JL.8.—John Carolhera, A. JR..S.— John Tl, Turner, P. &.~(ienrtzc W. Klicem, T.—Jamen M. Alton. O.-^C; B. U. tliivli, A. C—Oeorg. Brsls, I. ¦S.-Willey Mllc«, O. ft. ¦ . „.;; Division, Wo. 67. Anwneellngof Cnrli«le Divi»lnn',^No.^7,',held'on Tlinrndny cn-iililc, the !Ulh ull tlio folinvvlng gentleniL-n «tnre clnctud olilrorB; fur-tho ensuing' qnnrlor, viz:—Nmhanlsl Hanuli, W. P.—Philip Qulgloy,W. A.-John Holsiiple, E«n. 11. S.-Slejilien Kee|Kjr«," A. n. S.-t W..B..Viirklil»nn, F. S.^Jghh P. tyne, T.— Jn,me» Itnckull, C—Itnlicrl Wljhihian, A.t5,—David Ne.lHon,,Jr., I, 8.—Ilsnry Onuld, CI. Si-Jocob Squler, Chaplnln.- Fred«rink A. Kenneily, P; W. P; .:. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

jSS^§¥i!^^fe;' ¦ y Siif0i^^0t^'rXy,--OYyvlriuiiif'aundry.t^ JDlUi!»s,:'UiVan7Kicifts^ <lilSet«d{Ijiito exposeto publioMejaphtfCoilrt HouVej WltfVf Borough of WllsUVCttthbeiflani, •r ton{y,^'*WfflJ' r t/Mrt''VJiiij^.'^rlWfli-fc «0.byibclcVA' .<W. the following veai;e»t|ao,"vizt . ^j^t^ aet; of,Jland situateMf'Djckin* Wn:it}>wn>hip, bounded by lands..ot7.Christian BiyleriSarau^fSqurs, Samuel "VV'obda.sr. Elisabeth jWoOds; and jth'eTYeflowTBreeijhcs creeE7 fconlaiuihg 'MO.aores,jnore *pr7lets. ; Mj' e-llni!,. (irovenicnw are* good 2 story dwelling HOUSE, k new BahkBarn,,Wagoii Shell, :Corri;Crlbs; n well of Water and hh-A-fifths Orchard; 8a^7 Seized arid taken in execution" ns tile property ol'&amnef' ¦ .1 . [ |. .; f ' : ^piathiJr -»• . ,.' : . • , - .,:.-. i •; -. '' . A Lot or: pveco ,6Jf Groiuid, in the ¦ * . Borohghof Shiripcniburg^boumlcd^by lots of -4>ahPAftrfln;:>Joliii Oker, George Haitline and street, containing 80 feetiti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

7^^7^P»^M^;? ^; ¦ lX^- -yJ, ^^X^A^-.y^yXj ry, tP-J&Z-"* ~- ¦ . !¦¦*¦ ¦ ¦ p ,%M*'--y«»-^^-^.*VU~'*^^'~'*V»^»^W )>W*»~JW'a.«»»fc*«'S^* <»J rTTTHIS 'Propriotorjresppbtfhil^informs.tho ; ^7-publicin. geberoii:th'at,tho Sprjiigiii.are " 'iis^wifc'' 'r°,°o°n°d-.for-tharranBiitibn nf iWBil 1Vim' flW''ers' and.*';Visitors, '. Tho ¦ -MHf ¦IIB78l<^''S*7. ttra, ;«ltiiiiijia:'.4|'?siille» mmEs&BBBm north of Carlialo, on tho road leading to;. Bloomfiold, In a lino healthy and romantic place. Bathing establlshmentn, both warm and cold, anU^very accoinmodatibn. may; be relied upon.—Boarding to be oiiEArEa than ever lo suit tho timet. - '','-•'• - ¦ -•- Mr.,Oeorgo Hendel will tnVo passengers lo, or.from tho Springs, at .buy hour brday In the week, when two or,,moro apply, at;twenly-fivo cenls, each possengor. Apnllcntion to be mndo at his Livctyj Stoblo, in Pitt street,.near the corner.of Pilt and Pumfret streets, Carlisle. D, COiUJMAN. Juno 84, 184G. &l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

.;:; ^x^^$^^^ j): yx. Farmers, Book to yonr Interests I MIX'S PATENT HORSE POWER . '.•-; ''-,.,.. ...•-..'¦¦ .:•.-':"'¦.--'¦' A»n :¦>'¦¦'¦¦' ¦;•".. ~ .-...;.~* THRBSHINO IWAOHIira^ 7 THE subscribers would respeetiiilly .inform' the Farmers of Cumberland, Adams, Franklin,and Ihe adjoining counties,thai thcyhave the rightto make and sel I MlX- SaP ATE NT HORSE PO\VB;ij;,AN.D,THUBSHlNGltlA.CHINE.r-This Horse power •» made on the prinolllle of cenu-e draught, and Is pronounced by those having them.in use to be the lightest draught nf shy Horse power how in.uie/ This Horse power and Machine, lias been.in uselin this'county for about Jourycni-s,and has fully.Bustained its reputation foi-being the, best -Machine In use... '-,-.-¦Vie respectfully call ll-e attention lif tjiosowho in are avjin ol.a Machine to call at our Foundry and Machine Shop, in tho rear oCJtliondaVWate Housivand.examine for thennelyes before jiui—chosing elsewhere, ns'we are determined to sell them low. The l...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 1 July 1846

¦:-SP5fSgfSS^g^555?5^^WS^!jE35ps^Ei3l5OT ?-,77^:^;|HJiri fc ^•.Cffiiw^f^^t^; ¦ xj ¦•¦¦ ':!i;Hs^^gf^i^:|!tP?.t i-'. • ,7''iJaiffe*-T*S;^^ftafe*'.'7;¦- -¦ 'P^^«St«Sa«p;3,g^ -7 7 HAS just opened, (in tbe*«oiiti'lhrrnerlj_oc»: copied by. Mr Henry Dufflpldj East Corner arket Square,) i^choice'iiridetegant slock of ^^Zm^ST- "caCE>(23iIE)S3e Attt'o'ng which aireEngilsh.Fierich, American'and ^TweeJ ""-""¦;.. ¦ •'•'.'-.- ¦ ..,'•-'". ?'':>. ¦¦¦ \\ ,-':->-"- ^^a*tf50a0^--Sattincls anal Cassimeres .Of various;kinds of the latest-styles, . Gsmlirnons, Linen, and Cotton Drills, Oregon and California Cords, nnd n great variety for men's wear; BALZOU1NES, Barages, Lawns,.White and' Fancy Gradusl-d .Robes.— French, Scotch, and Domestic Ginghams. Gingham'Lawns, Mouslln de Laines, Calicoes.bleaehcd and-Unhleaelieil'Muslins, colored Cambrics,and a Sencral -aMOrt'meijt^tvf'WhilC! Goods. Thibe t; • lerinOtnml'bAv^g^Sniwls and Scarfs,, ladles' Cr'avBtsVGentRa.men'S'black Italian fan...

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