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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

jjpRICAN VOLUNTEER, BY SANDERSON 8c COMNMAN. ¦ i.§4$$!.. ' f*/f ¦ ^ CARLISLE:~~ TMUHSDAY, I'EBRUABY -21, 1B3D.:''

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

Jasper Fassett, Prothonotary and Clerk of tk» several courts of Luzerne county. Isaac Bowman, Register and Recorder of Luzerne county. . - , George B. Withers, Prothonotary of Lancaster countv. RichardR". Hcitler, Rcgisterof Lancaster county. - -¦-,»" - John iJonJocrg'fr,. Recorder of ¦ Lancaster county. John Rohrcr, Clerk Orphans' court of Lancaster county. John Franklin Rcigart, Clerk of Quarter BcssionSj and Oyer and Terminer of Lancaster county. ' *. •Jacob ' Myers, Clerk of Mayors court of Lancaster county. John J. MCahcn and tFilliam >>• Leiper, of Philadelphia, aids-de-camp to the Gover nor, • . • ..-..-. Henry Smyserand George S. Morris, to be managers .in the behalf of the state, of the Codorus navigation company rjf.York CO. . ¦ • ""Cy-We have-read--. withVpJeaocnfeih speech of our representative in Congress, the I|on. Charles M'Clure, on the resolution offered by Mr. Naylor for the appointment of a committee to investigate the conduct of Commodore Elliot...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

>-»^=°=== ¦,- ^m^uuujg. :j MAS.P.ISD:' ¦ '. On Thursday last by the Rev. Mr. Cummins, Mr. James F. f.amberton,o[ Carlisle, to Miss Eliza, daughter of Mr. Benjamin Peffer, of Dickinson township. - . On -Thursday las'C.by .the Rev., Henry Aurand; Mr. Joseph Diller, to Miss Rosanna Lulz, both of Monroe township. . - On the same day, by the s&mc;hlr.Philip Lulz, to Miss"jf?)m Eliza McClure, both of Monroe township. ' " On the same day, by the*same, Mr. Adam Wolf, of NprthMiddlcton township, to Miss Agires Shoap, of Hopewell' township. v On the 7thinst. by the Rev. J. Ulrich, Mr. John Lucas, to Miss Susan Kempfer, both of South Middleton tuwriship.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

JB. CJMtitD. 1 Professor Caldwei.t., will_rjincludo--lMff-| lecture on "Sleep and Dreams" on Tuesday [eveningnextthe 26th~riii-the Equal Rights' Saloon at 6£ "o'clock. The public arc invited to attend. , To the Heirs-and\Lcgal Representatives of JOSEPH SHRVM, late of the borough f Carlisle, deceased. A.KE NOTICE that I will,hold an In-, quisition on a writ of /Partition and j Valuation on the premises lare ^ f JOSEPH iSHR'OM, sen. deceased, on"Wednesday the | 27th day of March 1839, at ten o'clock, A. 1 M. where all interested may attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff/ Sheriff's Office, > Carlisle, Feb. 21, 1839. J 5t "Pittsburg Mercury" insert 3 times and charge this office.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

BRIGADE ORDER. The commanding General of the lstBriigader_llfli Division, P. M..has receivedand I read the proceedings of a Court of Enquiry I convened in Carlisle, on the 8th instant, of j which Col. Lewis Hycr, of the 86th Regii merit, was President—said court having been solicited by Lieut. Col. Willis Foulk, of the 1st Battalion of •Cumberland Volunteers—' . arid I-am pleased to find by the- testimony, as taken and recorded at the court, that not a single charge which has been madgjOgainst him will subject him to the least censure.— I am also pleased to find that, from the time he entered the U. S. Army in 1812, he has. also been proven to be a brave and merito-. rious officer during his whole term of service—^ahd has conducted himself as a7gintlemari and'an Officer ever since.":.T: anf pleased with the part he took in the political strife at Harrisburg in December last, and I--have every rfiasori to believe that,-had he been in command (if his Battalion there,.he would have s...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

2 DOLLARS REWARD. Was lost on Monday the 4th instant, on the road-between-the'Trindle Spring and Leidig's 'J'avern, ih'Ciiihberlarid county, an old fashioned SILVER WATCH, with a steel chain,.a steel key and seal? Whoever finds, said Watch, and returns;it to the owner, shall receive the'above reward. :--',,,/ - ROBERT HETRICK. Allen township, Feb. 21, 1889. • ••

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

DIED:. ¦ '" .__ •, On the &.th inst. in Neuvillc, Margaret, daughter of James Kennedy, Esq. aged two years. . On the 14th,inst. Mr. Robert McGtaughlin, of"'Newvilhe; aged about 47'years. Communicated. DIED.—In this borough on the night of Tuesday the 19th instant, after an illness of three weeks. Dr. Theodore Myers, in the 38th year of his ace. In his public capacity, whether as a physician, a citizen, or a chri's-, tian, Dr. Myers was too well known alrd too highly esteemed, to require eulogy. But it was in private life, that the most pleasing features of his character were developed; and here, as an affectionate'kinsman, a devoted husband, a faithful,friend; a kind neighbor, and a aensistenl follower of the Cross, he.w.as loved most by those who knew j him best. He died in great ,peace,—his i body free from racking pain, and^his spjjl'/ stayed upon God his Saviour.' • ~%$$.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TRUSTEES SALE. "Will be offered at public sale in the borough of Newville, ,on TTiuraday. -.the._14th day of March, 1838, the following real estateand personal property, vizi ¦ -'.'¦¦ lot no. aia.. ' situate in the borough of. Newville; having thereon erected a LOG HOUSE & KITCHEN, a Blacksmith shop,, and one half of an cxcelleift *.vell of water,. bounded pn" 'the west by lot"No. 23, owned by. Miltigan, on the north by Cove alley,,on the east by lot No. 25, owned, by Wm; McCaridlish's heirs, and on the south'"by Wain street, containing 60 feet in front and 180 feet in depth. . The personal property consists of 7 Thrashing Machines and Horse POwers, 10 Clover Machines, 1 first rate Turning Lathe with the necessary tools for turning. _ ' 1 do. do. horse power Tor-turning lathe. a elegant Carriages, 6 elegant Bug»ys, lined with fine cloth and "weft finished. 3 neat Dearborn; Wagons, 1 large Broad iVVheeled Wagon, new, 1 secOnd-handed Barouche, 1 ¦'•> do Gig, 4 setts...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

To the Heirs and Legal Representatives of - EVE WOLF, late of Monroe township, ' ..—deceased. - --- ~»- <v ¦¦--•-- TAKE NOTICE that I will hold an Inquisition on a writ of Partition and Valuation on the premises late of EVE WOLF, deceased, on Monday tlie 18th day of March, -1839, at ten o'clock, A. M. where all interested may attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ) . Carlisle, Feb. 21, 1839. 5 4t

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

MssolutitmTofCo-partnership. THE copartnership heretofore existing Ije-, t-veen'.tlie subscriber*' under the.firm of John H.'Weaver & Co. was dissolvednnthe'Cthlnst. by.mutual.coiiseiu—all persons indebted to the late firm wil| please call with John H. Weaver, in whose hands tlie book .accounts, notes, duebills, &ci are left for collection, and to whom payment must be'made. ¦ JOHN H WEAVER, ANDREW RICHARDS. Carlisle, Feb. 14, 1839.' . . ' _- N. B.—Tlie public.are respectfully informed that'the subscriber continues to do business at the old stand. JOHN H. WEAVER.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TURNPIKE ELECTION; THE Stockholders of-the Hanisburg; Carlisle and Chambeisbnrg Turnpike Road Company, are berehv notified, that m pursuance of nn act of the Legislature, on election will be held at the house of M«j. Jacob Rehrar, in the borough of Cmlisle, on Mondaythe fourth riav of M irch. 1839. then and there to elect THREE -MANAGERS for said companv. JOHN IRWIN; President. February 14,1839. '¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD • -FOE. RENT, AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. T HE subscribers, will lease for one or more year.", their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. Jt is one of the best locations in Virginia for carrying; on the business on an extensive scale, as there is-abuilclant room and the materials-are ample. A number.of the Vats are-under cover, and-all the buildings are ot the most suitable kind-—besides the grindirii; of Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. ••) Any quantity ot Hides can be procured in the neiglibnrhuocl.jurthere isno other tannery within several miles of the place—and there is also every facility tor Retting hides from the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, eitherhy rail road or canal.'. There is. likewise, a demand at this place for a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government. T^i-isst'Ssiou will be given immediately. For further particulars enquire of ~i HUGH GILLEECE Be CO. rnvper's Ferry, ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

. Estate of John Sheaffer, deceased. ' NOTICE. ' ¦ "ST ETTERS of Administration have been is-3_J"Mied to the subscriber on the estate of John bheaffer, late of East.J'ennsborough township, deceased. -All persons having claims againsl said estate'will prevent them for adjustment and those who [ire indebted are requested to make immediate payment. JACOB SHEAFFEh.Adm'r. East Pennsborough township,5 February 7, 1839. ' J 6i*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

......VAMrA.BLS.EROPHaTY FOR SALE, y . The subscriber-will sell; on Wtdnesday thttioth of February nkdtj '¦ A thAot or land, , situate in Savillo township; Perry county,- .con- •,., mining. 19 acres,- mora or lets, having thereon - erected an elegant y ; ; . . ^KWQOLIEN FACTORY - Hi 81 IB (mot sqvaubo t& i>n»T«onnrv.) flRSMB ...- , (K *lso, a ORtST MIjl-jL--' .On the iriost irhproved plan. ¦ The other buildings are,- a, large, two .story FRAME! HOUSE, good half Barn, and.other necessary -buildragsi v There' it'also a-SAW MILL on the property,- propelled ;by Buffalo creek, oft which the other machinery is erected, which is a never falling stream, sufficient to propel a Flutter wheeled Saw Mill till July,- togcth- . cr with all the other machinery: An indisputable title will be given,- and t«f m» made known on the day ofialt, FRANCIS ENGLISH; Savllle township, Perry county,? < January 24, 1389. ' - y- - ~4t~ i-i'- * '\ jt I j | ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

NEW Fii0URA^FEEtf STORE* THE subscriber rcspeclfillly informshis friends and the public in. general, that he has open ed a,FLOUR and FEED. STORE at his old stand, (comet-, of L-odther, and Bedford,) where he intends keeping for sale WHEAT ANBJ RYE #LOUR by the barrel or smaller quantity, Buckrj/ieut and Corn Meal, Chofi and Bran, Corn< Rye ,&* Oatsi all of which he intends keeping constantly. on hand,- and hoped to receive a (hare, of the public patronage. ...... -He-has also on JiflD'i^e-w.busheIs-of_^r'«jf_—Wheat for seed, which he, offers for sale. . , , -;., , -,/OHN PROCTER. Carlisle, Ian. 24,-1839.. ." i if ¦ - P; S.—He still continues to carry on the Silver jPlatlng at.the old stand, and has constantly on hand n good assortment of plated Saddlery, such a* Stirrups, Bitts; Hameis'mounting and Coach .work;. Plating fpf Coach" Makers donts. , in the best manner and with despatch. • "J;P. ''¦. j , ¦ .

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

X FORRENT, ¦ THAT large and coriirtiodion'3 -white housei situate in High Street; in the borough of Carlisle,.oppose the. Post Office; Having extcn". sive back building* thereto attached, at preseut' m the occutiahcy of Capt. Edward it Biddlfi). calculated for any kind of Business: Possession^ given on the-1st df April next.. For terms ap^. ply to ... ISAAC TODD. Agent oft. L.Todd.. Jan. 24, 1839. _ tf _ Estate of James Brtiin, deceased'; O ¦ -NOTICE. '.'- -- ¦ • ALL persons Indebted to lhe.es.tfte of the late James Bredin; dee'd,- of. Carlisle, are respectfully requested to call with the "subscriber and static their respective accounts, on or,' before the first day of April next,- and those persons who" have claims and demands against the estaie.wili present them legally authontica—ted fof'eettlement ... ,°'' . ANNA BREDIN, Adm'x. Carlisle. J»h: 24,1839. 6t

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

DR. h C. LOOMISi T 3DBN*iST. "¦fNTENDS residing permanently in Carli'slej1 ¦ Band would respectfully offer his professional ". services to the citiiens of the Ji.lace and vicinity.-' He has-taken room* at C.ol: Ten-ee's Hotel, •. where he may be found at nil hours. Pefsont1 requesting it Will be waited.ugon at their residences, t Georgt D, FotilKe, -. Theodore Myers, i.-mot. C. Thorntoni David Al Mahon. >.,-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

STATEMENT ^~kF the receipts and expenditures of Soutli ¦XP Middleton School District by the Directors oTsVid District, from June 1st 1836 to June 1st "wM. GRAHAM..HSQ. TREASURER. DR. To whole amount of lands fromsunury' sources^ •" 53756 12J To cash, V . 18 31J CR. By amount paid for tuition, $2647 83 - By cash for building school house at ¦ Webbert'sand ground, 219 75 By do. at Wolf's , 1S8 00 By do at Wise's- " 2I.S00 By.do.'fifKlepper's- . ». 444 00 By do. for contingencies; -73 23 ¦ JsTi? 81 By cash;to balance " 18 31j :','¦ \ - , „„ ¦' - $3756 12}. We-the Auditors of South Middleton township, having examined the accounts and vouchers of William Grahfim, Esq, Treasurer of said District from the 1st dav of June 1838,, to the 1st June 1838, inclus'ive.'do report'and, certify that, we find a balance <lue tlie district by said treasurer, eighteen dollars and thirty-one nnd: a half cents as above stated.-Given under our hands tliis 16th February, 18S9. " ¦-. •¦• •- •'. • " ;...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TO. QTJS. CP.EDITOP.S. ' "fake notice that we have applied to the judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, for the benefit of the insolvent laws of, Pennsylvania, and they have appointed Monday the 8th day of April next, for the hearing of us and ourcredltors at the Court House in the borough of Carlisle, when and where you may attend if you think proper. ¦ josef-h- k aufma-n-. abraham billings, '¦ john alrxander, john young,/ John kerns, johnjprimesser, jesse h. johnson,' thomas oliver, jacob zeig. February 21, 1839.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

' "^"TASSIGN.iBE.NOTICE... --.-- - - WHEREAS George W. Crabb did on the 8th day of January last, execute to the subscriber a deed of assignment of all his effects, including his bonks and accounts^tor the bent'fit. of his creditors. Notice is hereby given to all those indebted to the said George W, Crabb, by bond, note or book account, to call on the subscriber'and make payment without delay. „ . WILLIAM M. PORl'EB, Assignee. g<rlMe.Feb..^HvLl839.-... ¦.-¦.-.¦¦¦ :.. 3t. .

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