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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

thd Mississippi. Extiactfrom "The Far TPest." It is surely no misnomer that this giant stream has been styled the ."ctbrnal river," the "terrible Mississippi;"* for we may find none other imbbdyingso many elements'of the fearful and sublime. In the wild ricelakes of the frozen north,' amid a solitude broken only by a shrill clang of the myriad water-fowls, is its home. Gushing out from its fountains clear as the air-bell,"it sparkles over the white pebbly sand-beds, and breaking over the beautiful falls ofthe" "Laughing Water,"t it.takes up its majestic march to the distant deep. Rolling on through the shades of magnificent forests, and hoary, castellated cliffs, and beautiful meadows, its volurne is swollen as it advances, until it receives to its bosom a tributary, a rival, a conquerpr, which has" roamed three thousand miles for the meeting, and its original features are lost forever. Its beauty is merged-in sublimity! Pouring along in its deep bed the.heapcd-up waters of ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER BY SANDERSON & CORNMAN. ' .S..«V<l,i::"''&'.'/? a - -^^^SSfW^^fe-•^J^^^^w^P^^^MPa^^^j3 CARLISLE: THUUSDAY, JUNKia, l»39.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

FOURTH OF JULY. The Democratic Republican citizens of the Borough of Carlisle and its vicinity, are i equested: to meet at the {public house of Jfm. S. Mien, on. Saturday evening next, (the 15th instant,} a'tearlycaiidle light, to make the necessary.arrangements for celebrating the ensuing anniversary of Independence. A '."general,atteridanceis renuesfe"d~ MANY DEMOCRATS. " June 13, 1839. ' ¦ "... >

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

JO" A pair of silver Spectacles were lost, on the Trindle Spring road, between -Kitzmilter-Js old stand and Carlisle, on Saturday evening last. The finder shall be rewarded by leavingthem at this office. ¦'..;The papers, &c. belonging to the Deputy Surveyor, and which have -beerHieretofore kept in the Register's office.have been removed by Mr. L*bsK to his residence in Mifflin township, near the Fountain of Health Post Office, where we understand the Surveyor's office is to be kept for the future. . . Col. Parsons.—In .another column .will be found the correspondence between a number of the democratic citizens of this county and this distinguished Republican Senator, with the-prefatory remarks of the Keystone—to all of which1 we invite the attention of our readers. The mark of respect tendtM-ed Col. Parsons, by inviting him to a public, dinner, was in consideration of his exalted talents and eminent public services during his brief career in the Senate; and we have to regr...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

FOREIGN NEWS | C7"For the following important synopsis of foreign intelligence we are indebted to tlie Harrisburg Reporter: " ' Several packet ships from England, have arrived at New York. The Burgundy, arrived on Friday. She brought intelligence of the resignation of the Melbourne ministry, caused by ministry being' left in a minority of 5, upon the Jamaica labor question, i. e. whether the late slaves should be forced to labor or not. The government being in favor of the negroes workingi Sir Robert Peel was ^charged with the formation of a new ministry. He named the following: Duke of Wellington, President of the Council: Lord Lyndhurst, Chancellors; Lord Ellenborough," privy seal; EaH Aberdeen, foreign affairs; Sir. James Graham, secretary of the navy; Lord Stanley, colonies; Sir Henry Harding, secretary at war; Mr. Colbourne, home department; Sir Robt. Peel, chancellor exchequer. On Saturday, the Great Western arrived with a large number of passengers, among whom was John ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

-- " ¦ - ' ^ 'Extract of a letter to the Editors, daled,.xf "Harrisburg, June 10, 185SU. "A resolution was passed in the, Senate to-day, fixing the final adjournment-of the Legislature for the 25th inst. just two weeks later than the time first agreed upon by the House. -Amendments were offered -in the House, fixing the 18th. and 20th—but the majority, fearful that the Senate-would riot agree to either of the amendments, voted for the day designated by that body. Thus, you perceive, that the federal Senate, in opposition to the wish of,the popular branch of the Legislature, has procrastinated the session to an unnecessary length, at an expense of about $10,000—and all to embarrass the administration, and afford Thaddeus Stevens an opportunity of indulging his spite against the republican members 'of the House for ejecting him from his seat. ' "A- message was received from the Governor, informing the House that the "Repair Fund" was entirely exhausted, and if some provision was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

DIED: ••"" 7 DIED,. On Friday the SOth ult. in Dickinson township, of a lingering disease, Mrs. Elizabeth Dunlap, consort of the late Wm. Dunlap, aged about 54 years. ' , I' On Monday morning the 13th ult. Mr. Jacob Myers, of South Middlctbri township, in the 59th year of his'age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

Capt. & Ass't. Qr. Master. Dated at Carlisle Haroidm,? June 6, 1859. $ St CHEAP EEAQy JVIABE ';-, ¦ .CLOTHING.;" THE subscriber thanUfulJor past favors, respectfully informs the. public that lie has on hand a large assortment of ready made clothing at his establishment, a few "doors, wett of the Post Officej in Maili'street,'Carlisle, which lie j)ffers,l'Qi'_sale-on_very_moclerate-!;erins. . He also continues, to carry on tlie Tailoring business, and will always begrateful for a share of public' patronage. ; • ' ... WILtlAM M'PHEKSON.' - June 13,1839. ' tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

* Estate of A. fjursh, sen. deceased. NOTICH THE subscribers having taken out letters of administration, on, the- estate of Abraham llursh, deceased, late of Allen township. Cumberland county; hereby give libtice to all persons indebted to said estate to make payment immediately, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement. ABRAHAMHUHSH, CHRISTIAN HURSH, , Jidm'rs,.residing in Allen townshi/i. Jiihe 13,1839. ."'- 6t :1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE ;> FOE,'SALE. ::' THE subscriber will sell at private sale, a vnl. liable tract of land, situate in Newton town ship, Cumberland coutuy, about a half mile west of Stnughstown, on the turnpike leading to Chainbersburg, acljoining"raiids ot John Stoush and Bamuel Browneller, containing S IX T YEIGHT ACRES, of first rate LIME. STONE LAND, about fifteen acres of which art covered with thriving Young Timber; the remainder is under good fence and inahigh state of cultivation, having thereon erected a -Jfegk TWO STORY §Mm LOG HOUSE. USS^S AND NEW LOG BARN. There is also on the premises a thriving young a/ijite orchard. Any person wishing to View the.prcmises will call with the subscriber, residing in Frankford township, about one.mile north of Alter's mill,' and a short distance from Hetrick's store. ' SAMUEL MARQUART. Jane 13,1839. 2 n.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

STRAY MARE. C AME to the public house of the subscriber in'Silvei-Spring, township,, on the SOthult. a Silrrel Mare, about It years old, betwe.n 16 and \7 hands high, with a sta"r on the forehead and roujh shod before. The owner is requested to1 come, foi'ward.jirove property, pay charges and talie her away, or she will be disposed ot as theUiw directs. MICHAEL LEID1G, Sen. - June.13,-1832. . —- St-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

TEACHERS WANTED. F OUR teachers (three male and one female) are wanted "to take charge of the schools of tlw Mechanicsburg District, Cumberland coOiity, Pa. Proposals will be received by the Prcsideut ofthe Board,, from teachers who may wish a situnti.m;in wjiiclrthey will state the salary per month, for which they will teach. The reception of proposals will close on the 4th of July next immediately after which a selection ofthe teachers-will "be made by tlie bonrd. Schools to roinmencetin the first of November following. It is expected that satisfactory evidence will be given as to moral character and qiulifications. JACOB WEAVER, Prcs't. - Of.orge F. Cain, Ser.'y. Mcchanicsbiirg, June 6.1S39. 4t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Carlisle, Pa. May 31st, 1839. Enquirers will please say advertised. 'A JLjter Jacob . Adams "William Lyon Daniel A Esq Aarnold Benjamin M Anderson James Moreland Simon Asknith Win May Frederick . B . ' '- MillerWilliamll Esq Brown Thomas Miller James Brown Susannah . Mathews Robert S Bender Samuel Miller James 1/ niack Jane Morrison William Brenneman M'elchcr Murrav Charles G Baldwin John C Miller Elizabeth Miss Bell Ann or Sarah M'Manus" Sarah Mjss Bowman Dr Minnick John Buner Daniel B Miller David' Bender Martin ' Murray fjom-gn Brown Ann Miss M'Ginnis John Col Barbour David" M'Clune James Ball Elizabeth V M'Cabe Emily Bass Robert M'Alpin S A Bailie Daniel M'Carter John Buflington Anne M'Cune Robert Burkholder Jacob N Bancker Abraham; V North A J Burk Levi -• Niesley Jacob Bott Joseph ; O Bretts Jacob : Oconnor Mr C . ! P Carmony Elizabeth KIPhillips Patrick Carter Charlc.s iPendergrass Marv Clark John C ^Postley Charles A Cart...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

.--GOtDENBALL' HOTEL, WES'? HIGH STB EET CARLISLE. The' subscriber, respcctplly informs his friends and the public generally that he has taken that well known tavern stand at the West end of High s.treet, in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry Rhoads, and that he is riOw prepared to accommodate Drovers, Wag goners,Travellers, and dll others who may.favor hirii with a call, in the very best manner. " - - , . , His Table will be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce. His Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors, and his Stable which is large and convenient, will.be in charge of a careful and-attentive ostler. He flatters himself that, from his experience as an Innkeeper, he will be able to render general satisfaction. GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 1839. . . tf..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

~~aTvdrew^richards; '.. , It now opening a splendid assortment of , Spring and. Slimmer GOOBS, , Al thesouih-east corner of Market Square, welt known as Bredin's Corner', and recent- • /y oceu/iied by Geo. iV. Crabb, coMtmsiNG tU PAST •'•'¦ . Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible Green, Adalade and Brown ••¦'•• * ' 'dfcOTBB; ¦¦:.. Ribbed, .Strinctrand - PlainUc ASSIMEHES;.: a splendid assortment of Black ,Blue-V>lack,GreeiTv Mause, Fawn, Slate, Gro de Naple, Gro tie Swa, Gro de Sein, and Kess. Italian :5ILKS; Florence assorted colors, together with a. splendid assortment of Raigucs, Figured Silks, a'variety ol Prints and Chintzes, new style l.awns. Mouslindelaiues, Ginghams, Painted, Cross-barred, Stiiped, Jaconett Ec Cnmbric Muslin, a line assortment of ' '- CALICOES,, - a superior assortment ot Veils and Handkerchiefs, a general assortment of Summer, figured and plain Satin '. ¦ .. 'VESTING'S,. ¦••, Summer Cloths, Saltinets, - plain -and -striped Linens, Irish Linens.Velve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

- . ISTBW'^-OODS. •."¦ ."@"US r received SH.rt fiowopehinij at iJie slnrr ©£) of the subsci-'ibers, corner-of "H'ariovi-r r.nd Louthcr streets, Culislc, a general assortment ot spring & swmjw;er'gqo.ds^ Sprifiq ChintV.es, Cnlir.ces,. Ginghams, Lawns, 'Muslindelaili'-s, Cbal.lies,. Veils, - Buinicjji,;, Itibijoos, Cadet Cloths,..'CassiinereTi~aii'd"fiiVc-Satfnets. Also, n- first r;ite assortment of Domestics, such as Imiwn and bleached Muslins, Tickings. Table' Clnt'ns,, with a great variety ofistufT^ fi-ii- (ientlemeii's Sommei- wear, siich as Summer jClotli, rri-nrb VeU-et, Drilling's and ])lain. T.infos nl all kinds, Velvet Cords,- Heavcrtcens ami -tjfnnlircns—Stocks. Cruvats,..Breasts nnd Collars, Gloves' and \TESlMH.GS. Also a good assortment of ' ', QiteeiisiMyc and Groceries,. all of which will be sold low and- on accnmmr,-datiiiR tcrms^ The public are. respectfully in-= vited to c ill and examine befol-e making their purchases, and thev will be sore to e;et b-ir.xai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

r--.-.-: -NEW . ::r' G O AlLd'H m A-Xfl H G ElST+VBS&BJSBS. WtSlJV 'T, 'I'k CARLISLE," PA: _. THE subscriber lijving'just'aVr i'vcdfrom the east with* soinc ofthe best workmen.that c.iuhl be .procured, is now prepared, to'fiiijsh work in the most fashionable style and of the best materials. .He will mafiufac'.ure any thing in that line of business, such as' '': OAHS/OOAOHES, CI©S, SUIiKYgl & CARRIAGES; of every description. He has now in his employ probably one of tbe best Spring Makers and Coach Smiths that is now "in the state. His charges shall be moderaTemcThi's work will all be >yarranfccU , -. ,1~-. • - .; Repairing done in the neatest manner and Willi despatch. ... _ . 1 he subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public, for which he .wi// tender histmost sincere thanks. > , . .-.*-.. -.-' FRED.'K A, KENNEDY.- -, CarUslc, \m\l J'8, 1839. , ¦_;- ¦ - tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

Copper, Tin ¦muTWieet Ivoji ; ~ - MAiilJfA.&T'O:fr|S^pfV frtHE.'subscriber hereby"informs'?tlie ptiblic; JB. thjit he has/Comfricric.ea the above niciitioiicdi business, inrilHts various' branches, at-the bid ' . sland,.Te.c'ejxtly,.pcb.upied'-byiFjidfeyl&-li y-Hc,-'iri--^--Loiither street,'a few. tlo'ohs east of Leonard's stofej whU'eh'e will at ill times be rcadv (o ac-i epiri' modale his friends and custoirieisat thej. shorti?st notice and on the mtjst'accommodating terms. ..... ¦ >->'" r -."'-': '.- '- ' .:. .' -.. The highest firi' ce will bc.giycn for cldcojificr' , ficwter and lead. — '-•'.' ' *----ALEXANDER s. LA' -NEr - Carlisle, Mril-25,-US9, •-'- ,• •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

A CARD. SARAH E. K. ORE AW. Having resigned her situation in tbe common schools,has opened on her own account a select school, not cxce'ccliiiR thirty scholars.in the house formerly occupied T>y Mr." Jarrres._Bredin, and now occupied by Mr.'Andrew Richards, where she will behrrfrfVy to receive the clillclren of any who may feel disposed to. patronize her. For terms apply either at her own residence in Hanover street, at anytime between school hours, o_- at tie srbool room from 9 to 12 A. M. or from 2 to 5 P.M. Referexck, C. B. PENROSE, MRS. L. BIDDLE, W. M. BIDDLE. , UEV. P. H.GKEENLEAF, GEO. A.LYON. June 13, 1839. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

30DOLLARS ElEWAR®. "HliESERTEOfrom Carlisle Barracks, nn the JLr niKht ofthe '4th inst. JONATHAN VV O R T Z S. u Dragoon Hermit in the U. S. Army, aged 22 years, S feet? inches)high, gray eyes, dark hair, ruddy complexion—born in Cumberland county, Pennsvlvania—by occupation a farmer. Enlisted 22d April 1839, at Harrisburg, for ihe period of 5 years: The a. bove reward will he paid to any person delivering the said deserter to the commandirig officer at Carlisle Barracks. - ::¦ • . R.s.nix.

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