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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

"Watchman: What of the Night? So ho I what .news from the Old Dominion? We are at seme less to reply, asitlie-dif. fcrent acceunts.are very unsatisfactery; and up to the time pur paper went to press.-npthing definitive ef the actual result has been heard. One thing appears "te be cenceded pn all hands that the democrats have gained censiderably over last year': we shall have eleven certainly, and. prebably twelve of the txventy-ene membersefjCpngress; (lastyear we had but ten :") but whether we shall have q, majpnty.in joint ballot in the legislature, is still somewhat, doubtful, the strength of parties being nearly equal: one thing appears te be certain,' hewever, that Under np circumstances can the traitor Rives be again returned to the United States senate, as several ef the federal members elect are pledged to oppose him. Last year, the federalists had amnjority of twenty-six en jpint ballpt. Sp, ypu perceive, eur" friends have dene npbly, and whether we have erhave net ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

/ ... MARRIED: •'On Tuesday morning the. 4th instant, by the Rev. P. H.. Greenleaf, Mr. John. C. Mitchell, of Mercer county, to Jane Ellen, daughter of Mr. John Gray, of this Bprpugh. f-Dn the 21st ultiine,- by the Rev. Nichclas Strpw, Mr. John Stough,jr. pf Stoughstown, tp.Miss Susannah Cope, pfNewten township.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

DIED: «-At his residence in-Celumbia, (Geprgia,) pn the 11th ult., at the advanced age ef 80. years, THOMAS COOPER, M. D., LL.D. a native pf England, fprmerly President pf Dickinscn Cpllege, Carlisle, Penn'a.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

AN ORDINANCE . To raise thesutn of Fifteen Hundred Dollars, to defray the incidental expenses of the Borough of Carlisle;. ' THE people of Carlisle, by their Town Council, hereby ordain that the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, clear of the expense ol collection, be assessed, levied and raised in pursuance ofthe cbarter of incorporation, from and upon the inhabitants ot the borough of Carlisle for the year 1839, to be applied to defray the expenses of said borough, and to nice: such appropriations as the.Council have made, or shall from timelc time make, for .the ensuing year for borough purposes' Passed in Town Council the 18th day of May, A, D. 1839. JACOB WEAVER, Brest, proftem. Jacob Squiek, Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

Interesting Cure PERFORMED by Dr. H. Swayne's Compound Syrup bt Prunus Virginiana, or Wild Cherry.—Having made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cured my child. The symptoms were Wheezing and Choking of Phlegm.difficuliy of brcathing.attended with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, Sec. of which I had given up.all hopes of its recovery, until 1 was advised to make a trial of this invaluable medicine. After seeing the wonderful effects it had upon my child, I concluded to make tlie same trial upon myself, which entirely relieved me of a cough that I was afflicted. with for many years. Any person wishing to see me can call at my house in Beach rtreet, above the Market, Kensington John Wilixox. Philadelphia, Dec 7, 1838. The above medicine is for sale by -J. J. MYERS 8c Co., Carlisle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA'.'. MORE testimonials of the efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans'Camomile Pills.: __ Philadelphia, Dec 19". 1838. Sir:—Being on a visit, to Philadelphia, from my native village of Germantown, .J "joyfully avail myself of the opportunity of adding a few words of recommendation-to' your celebrated PillK, to the'abuudant testimony already given in their favor. About four years ago, 1 was ritfackedwilli Uyspepsia, and for several years suffered from thai complaint in its worst stages. Notwithstanding 1 tried every tiling tbat came before the public, I obtained no relief, till I accidentally saw your advertisement. From the numerous and respectable testimonials which accompanied it, I had tome faint hopes; that your medicine might not prove altbgcthcr useless-in-my own case. I tried it, and it is scarcely necessary tn add was shortly cured.' Indeed the success was greater than I could possibly have nniicipateu from even the warmest vccommen. dationsv As a smnll return for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber respectlully informs the inhabitants of Carlisle, and the public generally, that he still resides at his OW Stand, in North Hanover street, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufacta'y,- where he continues to carry on the .. ' , .. Cabinet .Jinking ISusiness, hi all its-various branches. . He. has lately furnished hi nisei f.with a new and SPLENDID HEARSE, &c; to-accommoda.te"~aU~those "Who may tuvor hini with a call. He returns his Sincere thanks to his friends and customers tor tliB lilieralcncouragement bestowed on him, & solicits a continuance of,their patronage. He flatters himself that bystrict attention to business and a disposition to please, to merit and receive a share of public patronage. N. B. One or Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wanted,to whom liberal wages will be given. An apprentice will be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. . . «. CiODFRElD HAAGv Carlisle, December 6, 1838 tf. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

- -TRA.MSPOHTATI01T . TO & FROM PHILADELPHIA. THE subscriber has made arrangements with > Messrs, Humphreys, D.utill 8c Co Walnut street wliarf, Phllanelphiiv.to run a daily line of Union-Canal boatsto and from that placej^o this line is connected aline of car's to run on the Cum. b"el1n'nd"-VaireyTail-wfy^tb"CarHsTe;""Clfambefsburg, and all intermediate placesj thus affording the necessary facilities of rail way and canal transportation, to'all. persons along the route. . It is confidently believed that this arrangement will materially advantage those who may prefer the Union canal,-»nd every assurance is given that the utmost-despatch, will be afforded, and at the lowest" rale of freight. " GEO. W. LA.YNG: - Harrisburg, April 4, 1839."-- .: 2nv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

NEW GOODS! ANDREWjiicHARDS, Is how opening a splendid dssdrlment. of Spring and Stiinmcr GOODS, At the south-east corner'qf Market Square, well known as Bredin's Corner, and recently occupied by Geo. If. Crdbb, COMPRISING IN PA'BT Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible Green, Adaladcand Brown • '•' OliQTHS. Ribbed, Striped and Plain CASS1MERES; a splendid assortment of Black ,Bluc-black,Green, Mausc, Fawn, Slate, Gro de Naple, Gro de Swa, Gro de Sein, and Rcss Italian SILKS; Florence assorted colors, together with a splendid assortment of Raigues, Figured Silks, a variety of Prints and Chintzes, new style I.awn?, Mouslindelaiues, Ginghams, Pointed, Cross-baried, fitriped', Jaconett ,& Cambric Muslin;'a fine assortment of- - CALICOES, a superior assortment ot Veils, and Handkerchiefs, a generalassortmentof Summer;figured and plain Satin . " VESTINGS; •: Summer Cloths, Satlincts, plain and, striped X.inens, Irish Linens.Velvct Cords, Beaverteens, Checks, Cotton Drillings, Tick...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

NEWCrOOSS. JUST received and now opening at the store of the subscribers, corner of Hanover apd Louthe'r streets, Carlisle, a general assortment of SPRING ;&-SUMMER GOODS, Spring Chintzes, Calicoes, Ginghams, Lnwns, Muslindelainesr. Challies, Veil's, -Bonnets, Rib. lions, Cadet Cloths, Cassiiifcres, and fine Satinets.; Also, a first rate assortment ^ pf.Domcstics, such as brown and blenched Muslins, Tickings,' Table Cloths, with a great variety of stuffs for Gentlemen's Summer wear, such as Summer Cloth, French Velvet, Drillings and plain' Linens of all kinds,' Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and Nankeens—Stocks, Cravats, Breasts and Collars, Gloves and VES 1'INGS. Also a good assortment of .. ."¦ _ Q:itcensu' are and Groceries, all of which will be sold low and "on accommc^ dating terms. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine before making their purchases, and they will he'sure to get bargains; HAMILTON & GRIER. Carlisle, April 18, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

NEW G O AG H m A. KING ESTAKIjISBa aWEJYT, IN CARLISLE, PA. THE subscriber having just arrived from the east with some ofthe best workmen that could be procured, is now prepared to finish work in the most fashionable style and of the best materials."- He will.manufacture aliy thing in that line of business, such as O&RS, CJdA'OHBSi-CttGS, SULKYS & CARRIAGES, of.evcry description. He has now in his*employ probably one of- flie best Spring Makers aiid Coach Snijths that is now in the'-.-state. His charges'shall be modcrnte.and his work will all be warranted. , Repairing done in the neatest manneraiid with despatch.. ' , " .... •The subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public, for which he wW-tender his most sincere thanks:. .. ,3' . ',-FRED'K A. KENNEDY;' , Car/is/e, April1 J8, 1839. . tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

. - "3?0 TKE LAPIESi..-MRS. 3VI. NEFF. Respectfully informs the Ladies of Car- , lisle and its vicinity, that bIic, is new opening inHarper's Row', No. 7, where shekfecps . an extensive assertment nf SPRING MIL- [¦ LINERY, which has ..been .selected with care, anil will be disposed ef pn the mbst I'easenablc terms; She is prepared te repair in the neatest manner and at the shortest notice, all kinds of Silks, Straw antl'Braid Bonnets, according to the latest fashions. May:2, 1839.. ..:.-. .-... 3t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

G'OXDEN"l$AXI7 - HOTEL, WEST! HIGS STREET CARE-ISLE. The subscriber, respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that he has taken that well knewn tavern stand^af the' West endpf High street, in Carlisle, fer^ merly. kept by Mr. Henry Rbeads, and that he is hew prepared te accommodate Drovers, Waggoners, Travellers, and all others who ' may faver him with il call,, in thevery best manner. Mis Table will be constantly furnished with thebesttheceuhfrycan produce.- ; His Bar is supplied with the choicestjiquprs, and iiis' Stable which is large and cwiVenient, will be in charge'pf a careful and -attentive estler. . . He flatters himself .that,'-fi-cm his--experience as'an.Innkecper, he will be able to render general satisfaction. GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 1859. tf *:;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

..... -^BA^lHl*^:-^' •The siib'scribcr-respectfully informs thd citizens of Carlisle, anil its vicinity; that he! has cemmenced the BAKING business, at' his residence In llancver street, next doortp Allen's Hotel, where ho will ccnstantlv have pii hand Fresh Bread, Cakes,. and • - Beer. "" . T """"-"¦¦" ' ~ i JOSEPH MERICLE; ' Carlisle,. May '&, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

ARNOLD[de CO. .-... At their JVeiv Storc'in Me'chariicsburg; Have just received and arc now pfennig a ; large and splendid' assortment ef. entirely NEW GOODS, to which they respcctfiilly invite the attention of those who are desirous of purchasing new and.cheap goods.—• Their stock consists in part pf Muslins, Tickings, Drillings,- Suii'.incr Stripes,. Mixtures and all kinds pf goods suitablefur gentlemen's wear, blue, black, brown and green . SUMMER CLOTHS, Linen' Drills, Hempen Cords, Honey Comb Ribbs, Alctorines, Gambogetts and Newark Stripes, a: large, assortment- of .SUMMER •VEST1NGS, (Marseilles, Silk, Satin, Velvet, Plain.and Figured,) Lawns, Challies, Chintzes, Bombazecns, ' Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Fancy Silk, Gauze, Blond and Hernai Dress JIaiidkercli'iefs, India*. Swiss, Mull and Jaconet Muslins, p)ain, '• figured and cross-bar'd Corded Skirts, &c. CHINA, GLASS & QUEENSWARE, together With a general assortment of Groceries! Hardware 6l Ccdorware. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

DYEING & SCOURING. fTTIHBsubscriber respectfully informs thepub-.. A lie that she continues to cleanse Clothes cf giensc, stains, Etc. in tlie best manner, and with- ... out injuring tlije cloth. She will also atteiid td' ¦V. '"'DYSHcTG-' -.;. \ all Kinds of Yarns, Cloths, Silks, &c. &c. anycolor which may be desiredi on the most nccoiiiJ modating-terms and with cespatclu - Her residence is a few doors east of Mr.¦ Ai Richards' store, Centre Square, Carlisle. . ' . ; " JANE McMUlUtAY.:' April 25, 1838. ' ¦ " "*ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

COAL! COAL! JUST received and forsaleat my landing near the Steam Mill, on the Canal, 500 tons of Red Ash Pine Grove Coal, warranted to be the. best article of the kind known At the present time: It will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Also—a large .quantity of LUMBER of different .kinds and qualities: superior Shingles; Plaster: Salt by the barrel, t3*c. all of which articles will be disposed of at the most reasonable prices. CHARLES L. BERGHAUS. Harrisburg, June 6,1839. _ 5m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

TEACHERS WANTED. FOUR teachers (three male and one female) are wanted to take charge of the schools of tlie Mechahicsbiirg District, Cumberland county, Pa. Proposals will be received by the President of tlie Board, from teachers who may wish a situation,in which they will state the salary per ¦month, for which they will tench. The reception of proposals will close on the 4th of.July next immediately after which a selection ofthe teachers will be made by the hoard. Schools to commence on the first of November following. .It is expectedthat satisfactory eyiik-iice.,w.ill be^vCriWrf,^^ JACOB WEAVER, Pres't. Gkorge F. Cain, Sec'y. . ";^r?rt?hariicsbUrg, Jo.nc-6^J.&o9.Js,-.v.. 4t —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

4 ATTENTION .« n: t i i/ij is k i*. "W7"OU are ordered to parade on your jBL usual ground ohSaturdaytlTe 15th ot June inst. at 2 o'clock,'P. M. in summer 'uniform, properly .equipped for drill. By order of the Captain. .7. R. KERN AN, t>. S. June 6, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 6 June 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Carlisle, Pa. May 51st, 183Q. Enquirers ivill phase say advertised. A Lyter Jacob AdamsJYVillinm - Lyon Daniel A,Esq Aarnold Benjamin M = Andersen James Mereland Simon Asknith Win May Frederick B MillerWilliamHEsq Brown Thomas Miller James Brown Susannah Mathews Robert S Bender Samuel Miller James L Black Jane :. Morrison William Brcnneniiin Mclchcr Murray Charles G Baldwin John C Miller Elizabeth Miss Bell Ann or Sarah. M'Manus Sarah Miss Bowman Dr Minnick John Buricr Danjel B Miller David Bender Martin Murray George Brown Ann Miss M'Ginnis John Col Barbour David M"Clune James Ball Elizabeth Y M'Cabe Emily Bass Robert M'Alpin S A Bailie Daniel M'Carter John Buffing'ton Anne M'Cune Rebert Burkholder Jacob N Bancker Abraham V North A J Burk Levi. Niesley Jaceb Bptt Joseph O Bretts Jacob ----- Oconnor Mr C P ¦farmony Elizabeth MPhillips Patrick _ Carter Charles Pendergrass Mary ' Clark John C "Postley Charles A Cart Charles Picket.Epli...

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