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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

To the heirs and legal representatives of JOHN D. TVALTBNBETlGER .lateof the Borough of Newville, dee'd. TAKE NOTICE that I will hold an Inquisition,on a writ of Partition and Valuation, on the premises late of John 1).. W.dtenherger, dee'd., on Friday the 8U1 day of March 1839, at 11 o'clock A. M., where all. interested may attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office," ? Carlisle. Feb. 12. 1839. S

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

7o the heirs and legal representatives of SAMUEL NEIDIO, late of FraiMaxd township deceased. "' .. / TAKE NOTICE - that 1 will hold an Inquisition on a writ of Partition and Valuaiion, on th,e premises late of Samuel Neidip;, dee'd., on Tuesday the 12th day of March 1839, at 10 o'clock A. M., where all interested may attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. . Sheriffs Office, ¦? • " Carlisle, Feb. 12, 1S39. j y\ >-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YAR& ' FOR, RENT, AT HARPJEli'S FERRY, FA. THE subscribers will lease for one or' more years, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is One of the best locations in Virginia. for carrying on the business on an extensive-scale, as there is abundant room and the materials are ample.- A number of the Vats are undercover, and all the buildings are of the most suitable kind—betides the grinding of Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by.water power.: Any quantity of Hides can be procured in the neighborhood,.as there is no other tannery within several miles of the place—and there is also every facility'ior gettingliides from- the cities; and sending them to market when tanned,: either by rail road oi'.canal. There is, likewise, a demand ,atuhfs place for a .large quantity of Leather annually by the Government. Possession willbe given immediately. :j •Forfuitherparticulafs enquire of ..' HUGH GILLEECE & CO. Harper's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

¦ ¦¦ .Eatate-of John Sheaffer, deceased. ^^"iro'ricE.'-v ~W- ETTERS of Administration have been is-JLi sued to-'ttiesubscriber on the estate:6f, John Sheaffer, late; of East 'Eennsborough township,: deceased.: All persons having, clainii against said estate will present them for,adjustriient and those who areindebted-nre requested -to' make immediate payment? " ' y -JACOB SHEAFFEh i Adm'r. - East Penr)sborough,township7?" "'"--"•- - February 7, 1839; i ' 6i*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

f»sle^ ;- a,FIRST HATJB<AXU£E TEAJVIS. FOR fur ther "pdrticuUrs'eriqire of. tlie subscribers at Oat Grove Furnace, Perry county. ''-' •'¦" ' -" -.-',' " '¦' ¦¦- . ' „ .,:. f> VLEISi FCERING & THUBIUM' January 10, 1839;'- ;J . ' ;- «--v'-.- -gty..

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

""; ^;v'^;pPr»^;Klf Al»f*r; :-\ - ;''' S lVgeoh Dentist and]!Manufactureir nfi ihejR5.fi "Metallic or Mineral -Incorruptible Teeth, N WVcornerof. GUarle's and Fayette slreet.s..Bal timore. ;¦-.•;-- i Mavi3i,:lS38.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

. ;¦;. ExcttuiLiwjs bams: ¦ '.:' . . •.: ' ¦ i .AND ' '-.— : •'-.." SAVINGS iWSTITU-TIOW, , No. 66 South: Fourth^^st."Phii&doipiaa. 94PIT4lI. 250iGiQpBOI<I,ARS. Ofien daily for t/ie transaction of business from ¦ $ A. M. toSJ'.M. .'- ' ' DEPOSITES of money receivedHor which thefplfdwihgjrateofinterest'*iIfbealldwed: .1 yeai\6;perc?nt. perjannuni," ' .- 6 mos. 6 '«. 1.. ¦ «• * -.3."-,si*- ,•4- ., r" i ' ¦«'« ', " ,: '.;- Oil business depositesVtobe drawn attheple'asure of the depositor,' no interest will be allowed Uncur/entnnt'es'jif • solvent iBa'nksv in every part", of the.'United "State's, will be received as' special Jeposites,.on such terms as may .lie agrecion-iiiieacluparticularcasei—-.——: _.X-By order of the'Eoat-d,."^ .. .. Pluladelpbia, Deed 1°,' 1838.- ' , - r -- ly! t, .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

_ .FAR»lERSL_HOT-EIi.--r-In High slrccS-aftm doors cast of the Court House, . SA'ilL'iSLS. .. The subscriber Having leased the above named establishment from Mr. Simon II undcrlic/i, and having provided himself with every thing necessary, is now enabled to accommodate travellers and others in a style that will-not fail to please hose who may favor him with a call. THE BAR AND OE11ARS will receive hisspecial attention. These willbe kept constantly provided with'thc best of LIQUORS, THELARDER will at all.times be abundantly supplied with all the delicacies whiClrthtTseason and market can afford, and no exertions willbe wanting to please the palate ot the most fastidious. THE STABLES. are commodious and secure, and a careful and attentive hostler; will be always in-attendance.L - CPBOARders Wju oe taken by the weck> month /or'year,' on the most reasonable term's. A strict attention to business nnd. an anxious desirc-to-please.will.he trusts; ensure him a reasonable share of pi...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY, , „ THE subscriber respectfully informs the inhahjtsmts of Carlisle, and the public generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand,"m North Hanover street, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's ChairvManufactory, where he continues to carry on the Cabinet •Waking Business, in all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself witlf.a new and SPI.ENBID HEA.RSE, &c. to accommodate all those-who may favor him with a call. He returns his sincere thanks to'h'ts friends and customers!tor. the liberal'encouragement bestowed oii him,, St solicits a continuance of their patronage. He flatter^ himself that by strict attention to business and a disposition to please; to merifand receive a share of publicjiatronagc. 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. GODFREID HAAG. Carlisle, DccembeT6, 1838.—tf.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

g><©<sc3f€9iia.' Tho XTovcI Reader. She slumbered in'the rocking chair She octcupied all day, -. And in her lap, half opened there. The last-new novel lay. Upon the hearth the dying brands Their latest radiance shed) A flaring candle near her stands. With a crown about its head. Her hair which long uncrimpt had been, Was hanging loosely round; A single curl by a crooked pin, ' On the side of her head was bound. Her gown, it had been white, I ween, But white it was not theni Her ruffles too, had once been clean, And migl(t be so again. One slip-shod foot the fender prtst,1 The other sought the floor, And folded o'erther heaving breast ¦ A dull red shawl she wore. sA flickering light is fading fast, - Yet cares she not for mortal things, For in her busy brain,- ' " ' ' The novelist's imaginings Are acted o'er again. < But *yhile in this delicious nap Her willing sense is bound, . 3The book escaping from her lap, Falls lumbering.'to the ground. She wak...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

|WW J-»-^-T"^rVT*^*T'^,Vrv ¦¦%"rr.-mum "-, ' H- "MARRIBDr'T'^N" "On Tuesday-the 26th.ult.by the Rev. Mr. McQuay, Mr.' Carey W. AM, merchant of Ghurc'htown, to Miss Catharine Williams of Allen Township. ;'• "Accompanying the above, we received a handsome compliment' in the shape of wedding coke and Madeira, for which we return the young couplegourY sincere thanks, and trust.th'at through life theyunay experience all.the.pleasure" imaginable, with as few of. the "ills that.flesh is-heir to," asTpossible-^ ar id may: they never-have occasion toxeguet tjie'circumstance WliichindUtciJ^theiri^o re--membeiUhe^orfn/cr^^L^i.,_ ... . ' .' ¦ ''*¦ ' :. |6n.the,26th ult.,bythe'Rev ~ Robert Gadden,-P. E.-of Chambersburg ^District, the Rev../. Clarke, of the BaltimoreGonference, tttJMissMiry K, ,Angle, of Franklin ipo;. ^jDuthe 29tli ult. by the Rev. D. P.Rpseif-; miller, Mr. Peter Carl, toiMiss EliznNewcomer., both of Dickinson township;:'; ' ; ' v' On the 3rstultrb^. iiatme;.Mr: William Ra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

-NOTICE. DELINQUENT COLLECTORS are hereby notified that unless a final settlement of their duplicates is made pti or before the 8th day of April' next,!measures;will then be taken to compel payment. By order of the Commissioners. . . ROBERT SNODGRASS, ¦ Treasurer.of Cumberland countyj ¦ Treasurer-'a Office,-. . > Carlisle, March 7, 18S9. ,y,...,.!. 3t N. B.—Tavern Licenses granted 'at the! last court are now ready for delivery. Mary Black, -^ Alias Subpoena sur By her brother and J Divorce, in the Court next friend, Thos.'yof Common Pleas of Fraily, i Cumberland co., N0.-' ' ' ¦ vs. . A .17' of January Terim,. JoiiN Black. ,*I839. Return-having been made by the, Sheriff in this case, that the defendant John Black was hot to be found in his bailiwick; now to wit, 1.6th January, 1839, the said Court ordered and decreed that publication should be made by me requiring the said defendant to-be and appear in the Court aforesaid, at Carlisle on Monday the 8th "day of April next,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

Mfissolution Partnci-ship. The co-partnership heretofore existing in the iron business, under the firm of Henry G. Mosser & Co. was dissolved on the 19th day of January.last,.by mutual consent. 'All pcrsops indebted, as well as those having claims.'will call on Henry G. Mosser, in whose'hands the books and accounts'arc left, and who is authorized to make payments. ' HENRY G. MOSSER, ' DANIEL KOCH, ¦ JACOB WEAVER, Liberty Forge, near-Lisburn, Cum.co. March 7, 1859. ¦ , .-. , ~ .- St . N. B.—The business itf continued at-, the the-sameplace, by II. G. Mosser and Jacob Weaver.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

LISFjQF LETTERS ,_i Remaining in the Post Office at Carlisle, Pa. March ' 1st, 1839. Enquirers will — please say advertised. - - - e ' . A. Luman Easter * -Atii-ahinus Elias - Lh<U1 Wm Ali.tr J,cob Lcchlii-Maiy Aiidevsoi) Thrimas Esq TO Alii-.ihams Sarah ' Monroe M-rgartt Auriui'l Maria L Millar Samuel B Myers George Baker WIffiam 'Morrison Mai-y Butcher Joseph MsHriiger-Leyi HitzrrSnniiiel Iviessei-sniiiiiHliillip B.mihai-t John Milk-r William H 2 Klosier Henry Martain Richard Bvlizhiiovi-rCicni'genr ? Moore John (of Wni) Andrew Gross j Myers Nancy Hn-ssi-rmnn E 2 ' Mucfelie Susan , Brown Julian ' Mitchell Win Bri.wn William Mnuntz Adam Bill Sarah , MaiS' u rYter Baker Jar.<4> Main Ca'lmriue Beelman Jacob IVTc Bttiem J.inks McGouKli James Bailey Susan Mclntire Elizabeth M O MrGinty Eclwud Carotlu-rs Armstrong MlCdrmick George Crall-Wm or Samuel JJ Carothers John N Numuii Henry Caivns Hnviet ¦ P.- . ¦ ¦¦ C raver Mary Parser Rev Joseph Cairns Harriet Patten Jos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER BY SANDERSON & CORNMAN. ,n • ;¦' . ¦ ¦ ¦ ±=a= • .v. ^^XilL.i;; >!ii •:'" ' ^^^^^^^^ CARLISLE: THUAS0AY, MARCH T, l»30.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

|C7»The proceedings of the celebration at Mechanicsburg and various other matters, are unavoidably excluded thisweek to make room for a press of new advertisements. They shall take precedence in ournext. JC7»We have received a lehgtliy'communication on the subject of the late-Court of Inquiry, and in reply to tlie foul mouthed piece in last week's Herald against Col. Foulk, but too late for insertion. Wc shall endeavor to find room for it in. our next. 8C7»The nomination of-SAMur.L Hju'rurn, Esq. to be President Judge of this District, was confirmed by the Senate on Tuesday last, with but 6ne dissenting voice—Mr. Williams of Allegheny. JO"We regrpt to learn that our highly esteemed- Senator, Gen. Thomas- G. Miller, is confined at home, by severe'indisposition. JCF'Congrcss adjourned sine die on Monday morning about- 3 o'clock, having., been in session nearly all the previous day. Henry A.'H'ise.—-The.New York Herald thinks that ''the federalists were injudicious in-selecting*thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

MtSfher Revolutionary Veteran Gone! ^"DIED-^On 'Sunday the 24th ult. at the advanced age of 84 years, Mr.PeterTritt,sen. of West Pennsboro* township. The deceased was a soldier of the.Rovolution, havingserved his countryfaithfully in that memorablestruggle, both as an^enlistcd soldier andas a militia man. He was honored and respected by all whoknewhim.aSaTiihonestandindustrious man and exemplary citizen. Shortly before his death, he made a clear deed of a farm to each of his sons (eight iri nutnber.V the;earnings of a long life of industry and frugality. J . And yet Another I On the 20th ult. in this. Borough Mr.— Barkley, a soldier of the revolution, at the advanced age of 89 years. Thus one after another do these aged veterans pass, to the tomb, arid a few fleeting years more arid not one will be left to recite the deeds.done in the time that "tried men's souls." Peace to their ashes* ¦ - .--,¦¦ -^—i.- ¦.-¦¦cm. _li- ,-•. I I I I I II II II III 111 " 111 l'l !¦!¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

.. *' NOT2CE To Bridge Builders. " The Commissioners of Cumberland County," will receive Proposals at the, house of John Coruinan innkeeper, iii the Borough of .. Car. lis|e,..on.Friday the 12th of April next, between 9 o'clock^in the forenoon and 2 o'- clock in the afternoon, for the erection of a good and substantial Wooden Bridge, across the Conodoguinet Creek at the place where the state road from Landisburg to Carlisle, by way1'of Waggoner's Gap crosses said creek, in the township of Niu-th Miildleton, of the following dimensions, to wit: To contain in length from ope abutment to the other 190 feet, & 1G feefwide in the clear, the abutments to be-about* ten feet thick each or more if required in.a spkiying direction, with a regular slope, and to be eleven feet high from; tho-bottom* of the.. cieek,£fi-biri whence a_ wjpoden arch is to be started.and to extend across said creekf from one abutment to the other if practicable; if not, there 'shall be two spans of 95 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

¦-"-"-" SIieri/ELs Sales. By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, issued out of - the Court, of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will he exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House; in the borough of Carlisle,^ on Saturday the 6th of April .A. L).: 1839, at 10 o'clock A.M. the following described real estate, to wit:* :-r' -.-".•¦ ¦['•._'.'• A lot.of"'ground situate in; the, borough of Carlisle.-containing sixty feet in breadth, and 120 feet in depth, more or less, adjoining lots of;William Alexarider-on the east, Nathan Woods bn-the south, John Agnew on' the west^';and Louther. streetor i the north, ;haying thereon-,erected:.a .two;Story Stone House, a two. story Stone Baek!Buildim»p-and -a-ohe-ahd-a-hal f-^to-f y-Log-Housev Seized, and taken iri execution as the property of Francis McManus.: ....... Also, aTiVict of woadlaridr sit--uate in. North Middletori tbwiriship, containing forty acres, nibre or less, adjoining lands of James Luniber^on, James ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

Estate of Robert McGlaughliri, deceased. v, ". ' K^TICEi_i:..:..--^-^- T(S hereby given that. Ier tfef«'.1test'' ameritary-' oh M. the will' and testament of Robert McGlaughlui, late of the borough of Newville,, <jeceasedVhave been issued to the subscriber by' thq" Register ot Cumberland onurity—he therefore requests those indebted to said 'decedeot,.tocallon him at his residence in the said boroui' .h of Newville, and make-settlem3nt^io4p. ayment without delay—aiid those hayiriB.cfai'ms aRalnst said estate to present them duly authenticated ;fot settlememv;. ¦'''"", -'-'; '- :-';-•'- -' ,:"'¦ '--;-•-••.. -i •¦: WILLtAM BARR, £*cfuror. i N6wviHe,-Feb. 21,1839. -:6t -

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