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" • • - —.A:GENTS. r • •
r The following persona have. been appointed
Agents, for. the Carlisle Herald. and- Expositor
to WhoM payment for subscriptiOn and sdvertise
merits can be ma*. . •
D. SiscrAlt - ,, E4V Shiremanstown, cunib. .Co.
SCOTT Ciihk, Esq. Newsillei • do. •
'P. ICOODIX:Z. Eqq.-NeWbUrg, do.
THos., W. Hides, Esq. Shippensborg, do.
.„Jonn•,.V.VostrinT,lCll, -Esq. do. de:.
J. IWATEEti, Esq;.; - do.
' - IL-Wit.soN; Esq. Alfechaniesburg„, do.
Wrtirsis RUNEMA, Esq Hopewell, ' do.- .
-R. STURGEON, Esq., Churchtown, -do.
Dr Asa Witrfc',-.New Cumberland, do.'
Titos* BLACK, Egg, Bloomfield, :Perry county
A. BL'Ack; Esq, Landisburg, do.
at* a nix .
From various gardeus (wird with care."
kof the fiertitct and Expositor.
NVALTTEN IN,A YOUNG LADY'S "ALBUSIi,"
igiehy don't he Conte?”
-- Shall I-forgotten
Once more that Ti may see .
manly forms his.....gEacsful holy;
-- AVlA:lair I .a tn - forgotre.rr - now - r •
• • . c_fo rgo
The vow that lie has made;
tion't he remember when he:sought.
But all! his faith is plighted - now;
He dares not for his broken-vow.
'"Why don't he come?" in accents wild
Her voice was heard to fill the air;
3 am ,a - pOor - neglected child,
And once was beautiful and Or.
'But nh that beauty's faded now.. •
And sorrow decks my youthful brow.
Shippensburg; Dec.. 1857.
410/161111 , 411L0
Fhr the - ileratti & Expositor.
44 Nab- Itts CiUb."
TUAT A'ti is C.oostitutcd a social being is
:a Proposition which 'has seldom been doubt=
vd, The fact of hiS'befing possessed of every
faculty, necessary for the enjoymient of the
'company - of his fellow . freatnres, - is sufficient
'to tender it incortrovertible. but still it is
apparent;• that Iliese faculties are seldom
emplo_yed, in_Ahe_prOturement - of that high
jmd, exquisite. pleasure, which by the con
stitution of his nature, he is made capable of
keooying. The. great majority of thankirid .
appear to bear.the burden of life aloue, each
—grasping at the - happiness'which - ris fortuitous=, -
7y' thrown in his way ; without seeking. to
establish, a permanent -fountain which he
'may "always .find ready to yield hint its
svicets. 4 . , .
True it is, that marriage is said,toto'nati-
tute this never failing source of enlOyment,
but thC danger- Of its being the contrary" has
sdeterred.tnanrpoorsonit, .(who-ha l ve tested
its _sweets during cour tship) .frorhever en-
'tering into Its solemn obligations; Old
tors therefore, (and we happen to Lie_of that
'number) can take adyantage of the sccial
facultieswhich God has given'Aern, in no
''nther — mannethart_by_asaopiating amongst
ithetnselves. HeifeeirtaTtliarthis c'
,individuals is, universally found to be more
' firmly attached to each other,-than any Ofher
portiop otereation. And therefore, It may
not ap ear surprising, that old bachelors are
so st Obgly intlined'to enter' into social corn
pact, and mutually pledge themselves to use
every 'endeavour to promote 'each „other's
happiness. Amongst tfie thobsands of as-,
, sociadons which have had .their origin troth
thlse.ause * th . .preseut "flub :Bps Club" is
V•was. on a stormy nag no ong since,
tlivitl,chance4Ati fall in with turn individuals
'whOlike inySilifwant'of a: ore perma
'-nent;abode,;,..had inken:up quarters by the
tiidn of one ofeitirlintivineingalone, we
vilinoitered - that, Were Bachelors, nd
' irnmedatelethe , synipaibies of our natures,-
Aed: conversation, 'on
4 ~the ills Which flesh is heir to." We. scion
• began tO"Cotisltler, hoyvever°,.thit these evils
ouldbetriflitig or , at least would be great
, J,y ameliorated, by proper attention . to - the
2640 fabtic; : ln looking over society,7e found
_may - had. totttln, to strengthen the so.,
ciall'elittlenr,b3l Matrimony; •bu t this - with us
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Allatriew X.ElltySiPdriaff. irOireirTiCSl-LITERJ;riIViiiE; rifiE-duirrs-agIXID SCILEAVES, 4101:1,C_FLTURIA'afillUSEXTE474 "cot.
was impossible; askwe had all. taken the vow
libay. . order. therefOretti . cota-,-
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pensate ourselves for this'tleficreacy,, we re
solved to._form ourselves into a club to be
gilled - the "Rub..Puk - ,CAb''',Which shotfld .
liave . -fOr itsObjett the - IMpriiiiment
intellect,_, our Morals, and our social feelings,
But, being all' generous' r hearted pl . :dant:bro.
pists, we determined.not to confine the bene
fits of this club to ourselves exclusively, bUt
to-extend it_to i6Eie.ty_KenerttlV-i, and - there. ,
' fore it is provided in our. Constitution - , that
"each member in turn shall either write an
essay, or ay.eport of one-of the conversations:
Of the club weekly ; which SlOl be•publislir
ed for the.benjfit of our fellow townsmen."
In peifo3p-ing this latter duty, we intend.
-rubing,u,P all I)inds of,bugs, es.pecially - hunai
bugs, w*tcld be big 'bugs, ant] .I . b_ugew - ilh'
black legs, which at the present time, much
annoy our, town. We intend also as -far as
c:ur abilities will—admit, to show " vice her
own features,•,scomber own image,..the very_
age and bodf of -the--ti+ne;-theit , fot:m_ar
pressure;" but in cur strictures, we will ne
ver-_:deseeniLto personalities _octoany th_fn •
'Which would vround the:most delicate seism.
bility. - • •
• I --constitution_tteing . intes_nizunal_
oar:internal governiiiint,'wellem it unim
portant tergivi it to'the 'publip,
- 2 1-he-names:of. the members are Viediiidir
Scattershot, Meshach Galblaster,and-Idbeit.
nego Squiz-.7-1..e. As - it may he interesting
to give a short.sketch of each of. these
victuals, I will finish this namber.hpinsertz
ng tlfoi. several histories: , - _
And — first of Air. Galblaster. This gen-
fletnan was horn down east -in' Maine, two .
mileal42,utliestLtit-Diiitifingville. - : Ile_is
second cousin . to the celebrated Safri Patch,
and a "ralelover of lium'pltiriS"althcitigh this
vegetable has been the mirrripal-cause of all
' •• • •••• ... :ila . y.... , -- -
tris -, birtlrm
tremendous pUtupkin was brought hoMe by
his father, and the family council" being cal
led, ?o determine for what purpose it should
lre-rippropraat ed,it-zg . aa-resoleed.44.liat-as
Mesliach had'n6 - cradle, it should he sawed
thrhugh, -- and tollmv'ed ort for' his special
- benefit. - The_ - font._ was, 'accordingly laid
,therein, -and in -short time this wonderful
machine, Was ling and rolling over the
floor: propelled oby .an occasional' tap of the
mothers foot. Byt in spite•of every precati
tion, the gravity of the cradle was frequent
thought in close contact with the floor. Ow-.
ing to this cause, his nose was totally , ex,
winged, and his face made as flat as a pan
cake andabotit as round._ Notwithstanding
the frequent T humps which Meshach was
obliged to undergo, in infancy, he soon show:
ed himself . a remarkable boy;" but still, his
physiOgnomy was a great drawback to his
happiness, as the girls universally stiled
him ".11:toon-fared fileshach." He however
formed no greatyntipathy. to the fair t sex, on
this account - taut endeawired-byete,g-means
in hii power, .to ingratiate himself their
favor. 7 The peculiar charms of a lady in the
neighborhood attracted his fancy, and Me
shach formed the-voriderful idea of going ft
cow Ling. He sat out accordingly, and to
rritiie - ifiC . ‘vork short, confesied .his love to
the object of it; and in return received a
applied With, uncommon fury to the
posterior part of his Itead;•from-Which cause
the:bump iif Amativeness was completely
sunk into a:hollow,•andfrom.. that day forth
Mr. Galblaster . becarne r -an-avow.ed-eneniy
to the ladies The subsequent events of this
rtelnarkableman'S life, although" replete with
interest, we deem it unnecessary to state,
further than that in the course of his peregri-,
nations he has at length become a citizen of.
our town. The genius :of this.gentleman is
singularly iticlined, he is opposed to all kind
of innovation; is rather sedate, and• inclined
to be philosophical; is fond of pumpkin pies,
. hates the'worneti; the ladies must there
lank fie no grearlaVo — fr rcntr - hls - hands'. -
AA - redeem this sketch sufficient for thereader
to form some idea of >lr. Galblaster.‘
Mr. Sojzztit..-4'his gentleman was born
in South Carolina, in:the land of iizzards
and alligators, nsia,p,laltily indicated by the
size of •his mouth. physiogrioiny is tii-'
reetly oppoiite to that tif,Mr. Galblaster,
his face being in the form of a three,,,corner
ed cockTedliFti ,ancl hisLnose the-shape-oVao
equilateTral triangle; all, of which-he attri , r ,
, his - parents„ and' the
utes to t
peculiar occnpatiiiFa his father, who .%as a
swineherd. • UpOn his birth,. for:irattrof"a -1
better cradle, he was laid in a hog-trough,
which was Toiinded at.the-bottonn. in order
to fit it for motion. His mother having the
idea that a hard bed was calculatedlo:Kender
hrn:4-heattl_Tatiti robust, lald'hirn oliithe'na
k"Obards, mostly with his nose dowaveards,--
'and thus from the swinging. Of 'his Cradle,' he
derived the iinar forni of liis face. The
subsequent treatment of Abednego ccirres•
ponded. witllN his beginalng, but still, he ap
peared` untisitaiy 'a s , a t tile age of
sixteiu,. he had attitineethe''' tincOmn".;ol l.
height of'six feet, 'four incites.
Squizzle, he rnetwith no partioular
vexations, or adsfortimeS, until he,fell in With
'the women: At: the age':olnineteeri
Most. y;onthS, he.began to feel the movings of
-lOve;7antl7sooirhe Com de Ocetl his-addresses
to a young lady in the neighborhood. -' Abed
nego's affectiOns . haiiingirown with uacom
mon.,ardar, and being encouraged by his
dUleinea, he Conceived that heti roust Have
increasid-with-equaliapidity.- He therefore
orie - ;evetiing drew hii chair to-her side, and
gently'encircling.her waist with his arm, he I
impressed the_seal , of love upon her -charm
ing lips. This ire repeated several times
without the- least resistance.' on her part,
when To! and behold!: as if wak'ng from a
trance, she sprung upon her feet, an neal
einiut-."youlinpadent-fpllow,ll6w date.- = -
take such liberties with me ;begone from my
. presenee,' or I will_set the dog on_you! sieze
I -114n 'ToWser'.." Abednego made _for the
door E and the way he scratched gravel Was'
.mostsinful ;_but th dog Was too swift ; for
he. soon . overtook -poor Squizzle, and gave
_him_:a_most unmerciful floiinclering. He
length however, extricated himself from.this
box, and - Went *home._ When he had gotto
-bed-r-he-Soblred- most bitterly -- end - resalvel
never to meddle again with, such • deceitful
lhings,as.womenj and fosrg that daphe has
never spoken-tirone'af - thenv. - -" --- MrTSqityzle
,now7ileterriiinedto• seek his fortunes abroad;
so he left his father's house, and wandered
ahotit till at length he stumbled upon our
town. He is'now here,. healthy and hearty.,
a merty fellow,and will beat all- Boston at
eating apple dumplings: As the reade'r is
- iT6WvirrieW haracrpraintedwitlo4 r:-Squ e,
lie Willanake liiniSellhetter knb - wti- hereafter.
As_foc_myself, I : a - A•rale_iister." 1
was ‘)orn in Treland,fle the e4lof Tadpole
creek; the vexy lace'where S. Patrick first
ly indigent, and hence my.intrney was atten-' .
ded with .the most
flaring no cradle in which to lay me, I was
consigascl-trahe4loorandArtybody.made , t
answer the purpose of rockers; for whene
ver I :cried my mother' would roll me over
and over, until ,Iwas lulled, or. rather turn::
bled to sleep. From this treatment which I
received in infancy, my. body - and head be-,
calve perfectly round, something., in the
shatie of a stove-pipe. Add to this-the form
of my nose, which is very similar to Jonah's
v:er little Irishman by the name of SHED nAcx
In rni• eighth year was stowed away in
the steerage of a veiserin a most horrid man
and- transported to Arne - Hemthelittlit
liberty. 'But as I. possessed but a faint idea
of what liberty was, I acted just as I had done
in old . Ireland.; that is 1 did nothing at all
but what I was compelled . to do. • I grew in
years, and stature, but never chanced to get
married ; and no doubt- the ladies arc very
anxious to know why?. The reason is not_
That I had no inclination, but the truth is, I
am so ribciminablyntey, that no, woman can
come-near--me; without being . frightened,half .
out of her sepses. .1 once had a very pe
liar sensation about the heart,whioh I thought
WasexcitetniiheclArmsof one of our coun
-try lassev.A... - -accordirigly - Eittettifited to con - -
Mei her of the fact by a squeeze, and a buss;
but ye qodsr She sent the snuff all over me,
and' squealed at sucha.rate, that 1 really
thought the'world was on lire ;rand such an
— ado was never - ralKed - in - filtlericho.' - Tongs,
shovel, and. broomstick, _ were all in motion
instantaneously. I always had a very brave_
heart, but .that time my cowarillr legs did
run away_ with it aost,,ahatnefully. Oh! ttg 7 ,
'loess; cOmpared'to . thee, liow trifling are the
charms of .beauty, the •sPlendour of luxury,
and the pnnip - of - royalty. HOw'happy! is
man possessed ofi, thee; no stpdied dress en
velOps his body, nor costly 'oritatkezits adorn,
erson,.; _regardless of the ... ppinyms of
others, he. has tone to please but..6imse
and what is_ More, -none other that he can
please. Oh! who would not be ugly? 'Why
the 'truth is no one would, but: the poor devil
who is - obliged to be. But notwithstanding
all this, ugliness has never been an inconve-'
nience t • me ; .on the contrary, it has been a
'great comfort; forby it, I have' been' sm:ed .,
from the clutches itf : tlie womendearin
ge 5! 1 scat ce help lovingthem, although
they have treated me so, unkindly., • •
t is unnecessary or me to state thatin the'
course-of : my-travels.-I-chanced-m-fmd-m
self in this town ; for the fact is 'too appa
rent. . .
If the rentler Cannot forin some' opinion'of
my character from the above description,'
Vvill' exhibit itin :follY-,'hereafte - r , for the
present will only say fortbcr that I,shall
treat tqlidieswith all clite.cliatity.
I have now given - ',a Niew'.of origrato .
jec: and . menthe ra, Of the 14g Club.",
from V.lllO it.T4T:c3cartrbe sean.if roOthei:
'rnerican: be..olaimed - by: us. we ' challenge
- the worhUo produce.oprequais
FOR'THF. HERALD AND EXPOSITOR.
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Ilfr.• .Editors:—Will you haye.the goo
ness to insert in year paper,„ the. following
excinisite composition, It is fram the pen-of
a young arid liiglilx gifted lady, formerlYa •
Hay.ing'enjoyed the 'pleasure' of . a-personal.
acquaintance, we are able. to speak with
! truth 'of the pow ers'of her finely cultivated
intellect. efforts are bat mirrots, and
reflect .the beauty - and ..pufity of her own
mind,—they tell ofyoung heart; joyous in,
present happiness -buoyant in the anticipa
tions of coming bliss,.and,, a fervid linagioa"-
tion' w dellcolours every Thing with-the rain=
'bow tints, of Hope...-.the anchor of the youth
ful spirit-Z. We would fondly trust that she
will not permit :hey talents to. slumber • in
.forgetfolnessl„ • --.--
." Time does' not lingeV even amid
scenesof : Arcadian : beauty and fairylike
pleasure=and .the _.parting. moment has
now arrixed. Shall . We erown;•it
wreath of festive gaiety,.and pass it in the.
rTigli - tjgini - g -- a ad - br i terdan ce?--- , ..15T01= it
brings with it : a magic charl4—and• it is
one orsadnessl—lris ri - thde - ,fOrlears!
for a farewell, be it - bi'eathed eien
1-ightl-y- i -will--trat - f ' I : air o sa -
nes . s.over the gayest_ brow . ,_und to shadow
t he—sunshine of the ligittest, heart. The
retnembrance . that 'it is the last, gives a
fairy-like charin-to every-action-t--and - aS
1 the moment of separation approaches,
,memory attaches some -legend of_Thist
pleasure to every
- object; and we feel hat
it•is hard to pttrt,-e-v-en--withi-the milis f e,o- .
ver,etl.•tone.s,nti • , ;re tv
y-gron oasts around ;
,- . .- . . . ...
us. . • - , .
...,,Etire_ , Kel 1. - -=----- 1 . The soft twi- .
1 light-wjll-caitits air of romance iii:er — tifd
.forest:dlad hills, the silvery rniion 7 heams
will-still - dance-oil-the chrystal water's of
are - Ohio, anal the gentle Zephyrs sport
yith the soft forest leaves- 7 when•We are
17F -away." ---- W - e'
notes of departed music will-be forgotten
—but. Memory Will- -ever-revert 'to the
months pasied - within thy liill;enclosed
It is a time endeared , by many,
.a tale, of
affection-!--mid - the - coronet of Science_hai
net - shone less - brightly, because twined
with the flowers of Friendship. These
days are now past—and we - must leave
thee! 'thy • hills, will reecho with :the
silyery laughter of-other. voices- -; and thy
rocky caverns, where oft the-Indian hun
ter has rested, will be Visited by other
.krntn you, highly esteemed visiters we
tnos also part. Memory is storing her cas
ket with the remembrance Of. your kind
ness, and deems it unnecessary to breathe
an ac,knowlodgment of_ herXrateful fee) :
ings - . - - - -The stream that boils and bubbles
over its rocky bed, is often mere. shallow
than the quiet rivulet that silently Mean
ders along iis - -flewer;fringed channel : sol
the heart that is rich in wordS, is not un
frequently wanting in- true affection.—
Farewell!: And when ignorance shall.be
hurled from her-throne-4e,r_sceptre tiro
ken, and her proud flag trampled in
dust; when-Science-shall unfold:her ban-
'tiers, and the pennons of Literature shall
float in the.breeze which tans the dark
isle 'of supetstition—May. you •be the
brightest of that band, to . wliom thefinger
of--Tame' as - pi - 69'6e ri
work .of Reformation!
Farewell to you dearly beloved teach=
ers! You That with disinterested assidui
ty have-scattered newer' along the rugged
steeps of Parnassus, 9nd guided our foot
steps beside the clear water - of: the fown:
fain of Science. 'What offering shall we
I bring as a recompense for your kindnese
' Shall we 'proffer tll'e pearl from the sound-
ing cells of.. the deep blue
, ocean, or the
glistening treasures bf Golcontla Alas!
these .would be as the glittering tinsel . 9f
wealth beside the priceless gems of
The runty return we can
make is to present you with the u9fading '
flowers of affection, and the war-meat
rwisbes,of,itearts4loWing:avith ,19y.0 a n
gratitude.' ipay no fltilla - be found
among_the flowers that bloom beaide_your .
pathway—no 'drop of bitterness be min
gled in your cup of happiOess; but may
every ; zephyr - come Winged. with a tale - of
happiness;and every ieilf whisper of
The.bitter word of. parting. is still'to be
breathed to you; loved-cornpanions Of my
School-days. • Ajew of our happy circle
of I iterati• May meet again,:but• to' ..=-'..--,-..--.
_thisis_on.e_Uf4fmalLaep_aretien.'". The' ties_:
that have' nited us are now to be severed'
rthe'ehr tai-vase-:of—Friendship -bro , •',
icen ;' but can we fOr a momentimppOse,
that even:, amid the loved' Seenes of our
-childhood..these who'have l kdelt With 'us .
of the shrine of Atinertiawil I be forgotten?
No! iten_rnorn-Liike--thesummer rd,
lifts her - purple 'vyings - Xojn.. the brdw - of
the 'hoary • innititiiitisi ' and,' the 'gentle
zephyrs kiss . th blushing when.
the moon has hung her' ti'esent •in 'The
easternikalist& bei'i..tti-the:a ive•livill
think- of , those:Aviiii. dr ts.: far awaY!', We
part! ~ The patti. , iv . e'ari. destined tiiiread,. !
is-, -- Only''lMOVvit ~ I 4V, i ii in iirliti.'rttletli 'idl
till n n. a a ! ' I Seine . ; * perhaps` VII I .'he iiikViied
DA CEO/DER 19, ISt7.
with the laurels: of .Famc b . or the diadem
of weal thsome will :wear thigly - inaSk .
of Pleasure, and rottin:over . .elysiatt fierds
of happiness, whilst o.verothers.misfortOne
may , hang her canopy; but may we all at
length,. like :The thousand streams of . the
mighty . oe_ean, - .be united• to pass 'in •eter
nity-of happiness iri the . land where pai £=
ings come no more.'
. Winter - Ariangementog - -2
DECEMBER! •, .-- •
'. -- .t is With, pleasure that we call the.atten
tian-Of our friends and correspondents to the
Schemes put forth for the•month of Decem
ber, as they really present a combination of
Capitals" never equalled. - We - tespectfully
requesupartic - ular notice o those mentioned.
below, as they are the m 't favorable. , To
insure a supply, address yo r ordersto'Em
ory Lo'Co, No 2 Calvert street, Patimcire.•
--E....5.. Particular-attention is refprested to-.
Schemes mentioned heloW.• - . •
• Virginia State Lettery.
_ •• • Classli—, . .
- To be drawn at'Alexandria, Va. , Dee. 2,.1.837
1 - Capitals.
. . $30,000 Capital. ' •
1 - 10,000!--6,0001-5,000-1 . -2,5001 .25 of_l,ooo E.
l' • . 25 prizes of . 500 dollars!
• - Tickets-only-10-1)011 0 .s- -
4.. certificate of a package .of 25 ,whole
lolsets-will-ht-sent for /36 dol l ars,
Quarters and Eighths in proportion.
.._, GRAND SCHEME.
7 011-tii - onisand Dollars ,
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_ 7 l : -)1N1A2.-YLAND LOTTERY - , No 24.
To be drawn-at 117tftimore, Dec. 6, 1837.
Capitals ,525,000! 8,000! 5,000! 20 of 2,000
20 01,500, &c
Ticketslo_clallarshares in proportion,
Certificate of a package of 22 whole tick
ets will-be sent for 120 dollars, halves,_quar-.
ters and eighths in proportion. . . . -
- 1 - 4 0 TTER
- 'Class No 9,. •
EindoWing th 6 Le'es.bstrg_ Acatlenty, and for
ether purposes;- To-be drawn tit Alexan- -
Va, Saturday,December 9,
SOLcmc--%30,000! -10:000! 8,0.001 3,000!
6f - 1000!:29. 1,50.0.! &c.
Certificate of .a package of 25 whole tiek
eta will cost only 130 dollars.
-Splendid SOeme. - .
_ . .
Grand Consolidated Lotto, 37, class C, . f or
1837. To be 'drawn at Wilmington, 'Dela
ware, .Dec 16, 1837. Capitals-440,000
I,,Looo—'B7foo-=,6;000-4,150-5 of- 1,500— .
sof 1,250 dollars! -
. Tickets onl? 10 dollars. ...
Ceftificate•ola package of 25 whole tick
ets in this Magnificent Scheme may be had
for - 140 -d allars--qnt c kages- of-Halres;-ftnd
qu a riers in prop' tion.•• , •
40-prizes:of 1,000 dollarsi ..
IN24,ryland State Lottery, Class 26. To be
drawn fir Baltimore;-De-e-20;-1$37
'lOOO dollars. 'Tickets Only-10 dollars.
Certificate of a . package of 22 whole tick
ets ifi this MagnifiCentSeitetne.'will be had
for 120. dollars. 'Packages of lvkilves and
quarters in pibportion. .
. . tmory SZCZi. 2 Calvert st. Balt. -
the above Lotteries; can find the drdwings
in the Southern and Western Cbuntet felt
PetectO'r, a weekly paper published by ps i ,
_which_will. b;.. lomat decron to those reque
ting it . .
~ . E Af.o I? YEY C 0...
MO THE PEOPLE OF rrE UNITED
SiATES!=Be it known thatl have ap-,
poihteil — an agent in the City ot,Baltimore,
who is ,duly authdrized
ness with my-friends; and .for whom .1 - nOw
have in store some highly desirable presents,
calculated to make glad the heart, and cause
Bic oldyear s - to pass away with joy and glad
ness. Theagent may be found at ROBIN
SON'S; NO: 80 Baltimore gtreet, vhere.those
who wish to receive my favois are invited to
. icy. D r.-B;irt ho I oxinicves
PRINK EXPECTORANT SYRUP:
An agreeable ciirdial, and effr:ctNeremerlifor
, tiglis, .Hoarseness, Colds, 'Pains in the Breast,
Breathing, and Difficult expectoration.'
Fo .VO4l Ei (Aildrcn in cold climates and warm.
lie 'proprietors arc aware that there are niiihy
remedies for coughs and discas; of 'the jungs ;
, son'te4iO4youtitlargiitittaXV!FnaiTtettitr a
late day to discover,: i article so admirably fitted
_to these - ,coMplaints ; sts ) powerfal• and effectual,
and yet SQ.perrecqy innocent and. mild. • .
Let not the public. class the scientiliC result' r
a learned Physician. and Divine Witlithe nostrums
of the day. Let them make' a careful perusal of
the evidences attending this, thick; • their re
spectability, anti the decided manner io which
they speak, and they cannot- withhold their be
lief to some or its virtues:. Let us : assure them,
that n single trial of it will do more to convince
all of its merits - Allan all they can see or.biar on
the,-subject.: It ism iitecertain: that., no injury
hi! ever been known to arise trona its free use.
.-:eii-tittcornirtnit. fact. *.•
,syrttp,,tas palatably. and •pleasant to the-taste-us
most popular .Frenclk . cirdit4. and children
laktiralways .wittrth - e - greatest readiness:
The.prnbrietors are..now, makiniraPid arrange
ments to have -ibla ariiete in the 'hands of 'every
druggist ancl apothecary; in'the country:. It may
be-known to be genuine 1./y,..111e-fotiowing Signa
ture aa_biliW-of ,- ttri Ocntleman and Plty.
lithoris!the author or it,
It is Witlrgrekt pleasure that.' tlie . prOprietors .
are enabled - .thus to bring forward- an. article so
:rUlkl.lineritorious as this *Top. Oita
Source, and they, trust the-community' who 'have
oecaadoOkitsmse may; alwaNs find it within their
re ‘ r.ch . ,`buth las - to places qt , winch.it may be found;
and the fine price at wli:4l it, is enifj::
number of the , nnisf wonderful cures
maj% be teen by callink 9n•hlr.. Itolander,
; 30osectorp,it, is , for See • SI r. .B.olander'a
pap.gret,„. . • • ••.. -
Mioloi"gale]by - 7.
. _ •
•• • Robinson's .
80 Batt:W - 4 doors below Franklin bank 3,
aumbers'of 'the Dela Ware State
Lottery, class: prize
•- ' .
3 63 21' 4.4A6 39.15 49-10 61„
3 23 . 63, sold to a . C.itizon of fitattirabrq.-
• •4 00f "iG"'''
• 9 16th December. •
$l5OOOl-75 Prizes of $lOOl.
.1 1 iNAGNIFCENT: SCHEME.----Grand
IV-IL Consolidated Lottery - Xlits3
drawn in City of-Wihniugton, (D'el.j on SA
TURDAY, tht 16th December, 1837; under
,of Commissioners ap
pointed by the Governor. _ •
All throughOut..the United States
' "tune in this treat
lottery I and earnestly ye
questet r orders to the sub=
scriber its delay—an' inde
pendem :d. • - •
:1-I*.IVIE. • .
go,ooo - is, 40, - 000"
1:5;"000'7' 1 1.5000 -
• 8,000, " r 8,000
.• 5,000 • -' " 5,000
4;150 •"• 4;150:
, 1,500 . • 7,500
5' • do ,•' -1,250 • -6,250
75 PRIZtS•OI'. 1,000-ARp.l.-75,000
75 . - do - 500 - --". - 37,500
128 lstr2d, or 2d 3d, 200 " 25.600
128 3d4tit. or 4th sth 110 " l2_Bllo_
128 5 - th" 6111, or 6th-711t. , 80 - " • 10,240
.128 7th Bth - ,-or Bth 9th ;• 60 _ 7,680
128 Bth 10th, or 10th 11th 40 (- " • •• 5,120
2880 any 2 numbers 20 - 57,000
12176-any--1-liumher 10 " 22,1,760-
25,861 PriZeS'aMounting to ._1540,200
Tickets $lO-,-flalvai $5-;-Quarters 62,50.
Certificate of package* of 25 whole tic'kete iil4o
yj-Do - da‘, 25 half do
Da : do , ' 25 1 quiartei; do 70
Orders from any part. of-,,the United States
reipeOlfolfy.solicited. For the grand prize
address : •• ....• '
• -----Dee-,4,-LlB37.—td, -
- _Prepare tor Winter
. / . IOLD Winter's stOeni§, arc coming fast,
And wood and brealladv - ancing - ;±=—
The lioor Ric thinking on tifeif.wants,
I,_!..Ch_e_x_ich of balfs and dancing.
1 - • •
With-fear shrinks from tlte — il. - artr
And , mourns the hardness of her lot,
No fuel to keep her warm.
The orphan seeks-Willytearful
Some fliendly hand to find;
But .oh! how few among our Lace
• Are chaOtable and kind!
Come .olcl and young--CliothTich and poor,-
And joy shall fill each heart,
There's hundreds, tlionsauds; millions too!
. And each may 'claim a part..
Then do not sigh—then do not mourn,
There's happiness in store!
At ROBIniON'S, (Dame Fortune's
Dec. 4. -
R4NAWAY from the subscriber, residing
near Woodsboro, Frederick . County,
-Marriand r on-Saturdpy night_last_the2.s.th,of
November, . .
~NEI 14,0 Mai'',
.thiroed Joshua, who calls himself JOSHUA
BELL, aged between 45 and 50, about-5 feet
8 or 10 inches high, very'smooth spoked and
polite ! ,on'd of yellow complexion. Ile is fond
of liquor. His clothing consisted of.a black
alli, coarse Shoes,- a drab and a blue-coati
coarse black mixed homemade Vest, &c
A 'reward of fifty dollars will be paid to any
One, 'who - will secure said Negro, within the
State, so that the subscriber may get him
again; or the aboie reward will•be paid, if ha
be taken out of the n State-and. secured in. jail,
so thathe ge tint again--'
--.7 Dec. 5 • • _. JOHN FULTON, ,
GI;EEN SPRING WOO6PAI9I
- V_ V- 7.2
SITUATZ at the head of Green Springs,
in-Nowton __township, .C.umberhincl county
about four miles West of the borough of New.
ville, - will be rented for a term of. clic or more
years. The buildings are,
A Two Story Stone"Fa orn -
with carding and spinning machines, looms.
and all_ itecessary machinery' for ni antifac-
Luring cloth; also a clwellingl_house conven
ient to the factory. For. terms apply to
er of the undersigned. . • • •
J. H. GRAHAM, 3.
— Dec; -- 4 - ;
- - • ._',llloTilvig. - •
Whereas C. E. R. Davis; did on the 13th
day of this (November) execute toile-sub-
scriber a deed of -Assignment - of- all his el
, fecti,lnoluding his book's and acemintS•forr
the benefit of his creditors; is,,b'ere
by given' to all those indebted to the said-C.
E. .-Davis,--on bond note or boot: Account,
or. who may have. unsettled , accounts with
him, that I .will retain, his books and papers
in my hands
,until • the first day of
-next,-forthe, pose-I-Of—seta ing_the_sara •
oat►which darthey - will-be put into the hands
of a magistrate for the purpose of. collecting
, • HENRY DUFIELD.
Hew , 4.1847. . . ;Assignee.
. . ..
. .. -
.. . , .
. .Ts iterphy•given;.that" we the suhaeribers, re=
riding in Silver .
. .Spring ..towitsl4, Cumhernd
'ctitinty, have this day taken out letteia of a rnin,
istration on the estate:Of ii&tiricitover;.,ll'. late
of said townahip-,otttili;er' grivitigttnil co unty
f.:tnberlant.l..deeeo4cir,e and we h.O.s by roil I I:St
iklk persons having titailna. - nr detnanda, against the
estate. of 'aaidreedentp td-rnOte.ltno.v.in the same
16 ill':.witifiAt a'eliiy, and t4se-,htdcbtcli. ' t 0.4
.•': - - ~. , ••'..
..-L-• , q;••••• ,;• --.-". '.. • ''..r.o: - Vo • ov i Ent, -''
e. IP SEIUES, Mk; •gt.-7-xo.-3.:
• • Chioci. •-• •• • -
• Nsw.toita, Feb. 3, 1836.
of the ,efficacy offirr - : - Beckwith's :Pills; Id - I
know thatseveral_of my' personal friends in North
Cavolina, - whiam I left some years - ago suffering ,
isei , erely under dyspepsia,. Were - :in good health
Vt•lien Vsaw them on -- a - vtsit: made a-fgw . months
since,' and all ascribed their.reco_very to the use
E. mr. rtoppisoN,
"I Will only add • that the trial of these Fills hal
been satisfactory in this place. YOU may send
me, by the first opportunity, one quarter gross,._
• Truly end respectfully yours, •
8.-. G. MYOATT:" •
From „tbe .Hon Charles Fisher, late Member tor
5A1,16111710., Feb. 24, 1837,
several years ago"! was very Mderidlicted
with a diseased-. stomach- and-boweli; nothing IF
could' eat appeared to agree with me", and 1 was
.obliged to be very caretittinmy A-journey
to the south west of meconsiderablereber i ,
ai•tl, as I supposed, had cured me; but wheq /
left offti•avelling, the disease returned again IntV
1 was obliged to take Medicine_constantly,amont
other things:very often calomel; this Continue.tlto
be my state Until abotit . tweNe . mo nths ago, when
'on' the recornMenditiona.Major John Beard, X.
'began to • try • Beckwith's Anti•Ayspeptic Pills,
_Upon found relief from them„ and and have'slinCe.,i
- - .
taken no other medicine whatever. Whenever
I find , my stomach and bowels are becoming de
ranged, I resort to thelePille and find • -
I have heard a numbee of persons speak
of the benefits they have received from theFet
Pills, in the most decided termS.t lam wellac. •
quainted with Doctor Beckwith;- he' fciii tither,
resided in this place,..ancl.was' my familyPhy'sl.• .
clan. his own testimony with regard tO, thp ustv._
of Ida'Anti.DsSpeptic Pills may be fully: : relied
on. • • • . '-oCHATTLES FISIIETO
New -York Gen.' 7'heo. Son: May; 1i; nor. , •••
Turnertlear' -- Sir,;--To those stifisi• ,
ject to bilious attacks- and eapecialy to the. Dys.
peptic, Dr. /3eckwith's7Pithic - WiliVnVtattottably7 —
afford T speak with more confidence alter •
bovine -received material `benefit-from•-them, - - - -AW
Which I - had-used. almost eVecy thing else in wins'..
.Theyieed but.a fair , trial to find 4 Plate
.111edicine Cheat: of every family; arid to gai*..4o,, • .
reputation it the North, as r respectable 'eud
tensive as they, have secured, where: they boo
bean Jong . k now . sy s at.the South, .
- Very respectfully youeit.
' • • • • N. S. ItiCHATIDSON.'" 1- • •.
'Other testitimmals Yllls; Pioeit
.the. most respectable sources; we given• With that' :
Price I'iir rt single bt , x4l% l4 ,trinß. /ibe Larft? •
agienticand those % who` briy. , To .
had. of. 11. D. •TURN.AItp-VrinciPitl - Ageta• Tlt.•• •.
• sAl3l.4 , :gr..Liorri
bee. 4 ,
1911 - COOVER,.
; • • ' IfECIXI77ITWS •
This Medicine, having - -Met with the unanimou
approbation oftliose Who have fairly employed it,
according tor the di eections, ecoommended - with ;
- incßaTed cynfidence to , the public * , in almtist
every 'Variety of functional. disorder of the . *to
math, bowels, liver arkPapleen; s such.as..'heart. 1,..
'burn, - ascitr• eruptions,--nausiar•-heichiche, pain'' •
and distention' of the-stomach an . bowels,
lent diarrliCea; cnlic;jaundice, flatulence, habi
tual costiveness, loss of appetite, sick heed-ttehe,
sea sickness: &c: &c. These Pillsbeing.eidirely—
vegefabk; may betaken with - 'perfect — safety -
der any exposure to weather; and it :may be
further remarked, that they seldom, Weyer, pro
duce sickness at the si oinach or griping: The'
numerous Certifi:ates,• from •gentlemen of the : •
highest •reapectibility, give imple evidence of
the %aloe 'in which these Pills are held, and there
are few Who do not say they have adopted them
as l tlteircominon family medicine.
Prom the Itt.. Rev. Lewis 9. Ives, D..D: Bishop -
• . - : -of -North
Having for the last three'yektrs, been intimate•
ly acquainted-with Dr. John Beckwith, of this
city,- and enjoyed his professional services I take
pleasure in stating that his - ` character as a chrii• -
tian gentleman and experienced Physician, en. •
titles histiestimony. in regard to the use of his •
Aliti•Dyspeptit tcr•the,entirejconfidence•of - -
t6e=puFihc: At experiencerof the
good - effeeti- •
of these Pills, fur two-years past, satisfies me of
heir—eminent—value s —partiettlarlY-in—stitling•-in.
impaired -, digestion and warding off bilious at- •
tack% was in the habit of resorting for leemity •'
against them, and with very partial success;toa - "
liberal.use of Calomel; or Blue Pill. But 'fines •
mytietimdlitance with the Anti. Dyspeptic Pills df`
-Dr. Beckwith which he prescribedittlie - fitxt -- , -
instance - waft f, - Thave - nbt been under the mt.
.cessity of using . Mercury in; arty- form,- beSides
being Wholly exempt from biliou*, attacks. S.
veral members of my,fanily.:are, experiencing - -
the same beneficial results. ' .
. •- L. S: IVES. • •
From , the Rev. F. L. DaWics. [ D. D. St. Thorns.
the certificates 'obtainedlby the
the higliest respea — ,
stated . :tirme verballY - that which is contAriiirili
entire_confideneeln It!em. •
I iiiSo know Dr. Beckwith, And have ..knovrii
him fen my , J)Ay.brood,_ and I .. pheetfully state
with Bishop Ives, ..ibat , filsr - ClintnCier as o afirilti
tiara gentlemen smd experienced Pllsiciari, enti.
lies his testimony, in regasd toihe use aids Antl
Dyspeptic Pills, -to the. entire confidence of the
P. L. lIAWKS:
From Dr. E. G. Mygatt. .
• , Mr: H. DI, Turner, •
used Dr. DeekWities Anti-Dyspeptic Pia. with
Anion}; the number is A)1111.••••••—••• , a member
of one of our th.st families, who has been had.
ed with dyspepsia of .the worst grade fur fotir
years. I have urged the use of Beck.with's Pills,
as affording her the best chance of relief. She
had already tried various - Towdies with little
benefit or positive injury, and. AV 119 therefore rea
luctatit to commence with this Her symptom.
being much alleviated by the use of the'first box,
she,cante to toy house for a farther supply; but
finding that my stuck of the article was exhaust
ed, she expressed much anxiety .to have more
obtained as soon as possible, and wished that .
gent by mail, if they conk' not be
~, ;`. tin e .by
"lam not in the habit of emploYing nostrums
and quack medicines in my practice, but the Pine
which you 'vend .should not. be so classed. The*
recipe from.whiCh they arc prepared.is Undoubt.
' , Having spent 'two winters in . North Caroline.
I. am not ignorant ef-114.-1 re putetien-of-sonieelf
the highly )•espectable gentlemen there who have •
rendered their .public testirriony in .favor of the