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

- MARRIBD* v On Thursday last, by the Rev.Jfenry Aurand, Mr.~7bAn Baker, of South Middleton township, to Miss Ann Brocht, of. North Middleton township. v On Tuesday evening last, by the same, at Shepherdstown, Mr. William Colter, to Miss Margaret Brown, all of this county. -, In Leesburg, Va.'on Monday evening the 4tfi inst., by the Rev. Samuel Keppler, Mr. J. Heaton Chamblin, to Miss Oc/rtuia, daughter of Mr. John T. Keppler, of this borough. , On the 28th ult. by the Rev. D. P. Rosenr miller, Mr. Christian Whahly, to Miss Ann Chesnell, both of Dickinson township. -, On the 5th inst: by the same, Mr. William Muck, to Miss Margaret Moore, both of Stoughstown. ¦ . 1 '» On the 7th inst., by the same, Mr. Abraham Claudv," to Miss* Rachel Kissinger, both of Dickinson township.

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

DIED: v Near Wilksbarre, Luzerne countyj Pa. on the 27th-nlt..the Honi David Reynolds; one ¦ of the Associate Judges of the Courts of Mifflin^county.-11 ¦ . v At. his .residence in. Freedom-township, Adams county, on the 9th inst. after a long and painful illness, Mr. John Harper, in the_ 72nd year of his age, and for many years a.citizen of Cumberland county.

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

THE XOABBSTS. CORRECTED weekly. Per- Carlisle. Bait. Phila. Flour, superfine, bbl. 86 75 7 25 800 Rye Flour, 5 25 4 75-5 00 Corn Meal, 4 00 4 00. 4 00 Wheat,. bu. 1 50 1 60 1 68 Rye. i 00 1 00 1 00 Corn, 1 00 83 . 87 Oats, . .. 40 .40 47 Cloverseed, -16 00 14 00 16 00 Flaxseed," 112 1 62' 1.42 Plaster, tori 0 00 4 25 0 00 Whiskey . , gal. '44 - 40 41 Pork, lb. 10 9 -10 Beef, 10 10 00 Leather, sole S3 25 00 Do. upper hide 00 3 25 00

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

Six Cents Reward. RUNAWAY from the subscriber, in Dickinson township, sometime in November last, an indented mulatto boy, named JAMES RICHARDSON PARKS, aborit 16; years of age. He took with him when he went away a variety of clothing not now recollected. Whoever takes up said boy arid returns him to roe, shall receive the above reward, but no charges will be paid. - ••_'"—- _ SAMUEL WOODBURN. March 21, 1839. St*

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

Dissolution of Co-partnership. npHE subscribers trading under the firm of J| D. & B. ERB, have this day dissolved copartnership, and hereby notify, all persons indebted to-said firm, to come forward and make payment, and those who have'claims to present them before thei first day of April next, or their accounts will be put in the hands of a proper person for collection. -'.'-- DANIEL ERB. ! ' ' BENJAMIN ERB. Wormleysborg, February 35,'1839.',;¦•;¦

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

..... ATTENTION.—The members of the "George Washington Artillery" are required to meet at their armory. onFriday evening next at 7 o'clock, on business of importance. . Marclv>2i, 1^39.., . , S.CROP,Captain.

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

NOTICE. V--j|-OHrI J. MYERS has this day taken SAM-«f OEL W. HAVERSTICK into full and equal partnership in his jDruf, Book and Stationary Store. They will do business under the firm of John J. Myers & Co. Carlisle. March 18, 1839. 3t

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

'WHO'LL BE A SOI/DIKR!' Volunteers of the 1st Brigade, 11th Division, P. IMC Your country having experienced two wars with Great Britain for the malntainance of her ,-rights,_the necessity-Way shortly arise to enter into a third. Your commanding General earnestly'recommends to the Volunteer-Regiments and Battalions, Independent-Companies and such as are attached to Militia Regiments, to recruit their proper strength and volunteer their services to the,President of the U. States for the term of one yeur-^and should your services be requir'- ed and accepted; -wounds and a glorious death shall be your greatest honor. " As the sons and grandsons ot your revolutionary sires and of the 'late war, 1 trust you are ever ready to defend " with your lives the soil which was watered by the blood of your forefathers. The haughty Britons are wide awake, whilst we are comparatively asleep'. ' Let our motto be—''God and our country—Let Tyrants Beware.?'.. ; WILLIAM CLARK, Brig. Gen. Head Quarters...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

CARP. DR. JOnff. MYERS,, rtpORMS his friends arid the public, that he has, resumed the duties of his profession, and will give his undivided attention to the practice of its several branches. .. ., His office is in the stone house adjoining his drugstore and one door from the Post Office. -Carlisle, Feb. 28, 1839. 3m

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

Pool* House Statement for the year 1838. David Emminger, Abraham Waggoner and John Dunlnp, Esquires, Directors of the Poor and off the House of Employment of Cumberland county, in account with said county, from the 1st day of January to the 81st day of December, 1888, inclusive, viz; Dr. .... - . CR. To amount due institution at settlement in 1837, by J. Lou- "¦ By purchase money and for deed for 14 acres and two don, Esq. Treasurer, • 17 72i perches of land, v ^0 89. Do. received of Franklin county, for support of paupers, 432 04 Funeral expenses for out-door paupers, . " 44 50 Do. do of York county for do 175 00 Plaster and potatoes, 198 87 Do. do of Perry county for do 83 13J Blacksmith work, 50 66 Do., do of Philadelphia city for do 35 as Medical attendance for out door paupors, , 26 25 Do. do of Lancaster countyfor do SO 00 Beef, _ 17 76 i Do. do for damage done to sheep, 75 00 Shoemaking and hatting, ' 104 991-Do. do of A. Ramsey and R. Snpdgrass, Esqs. for . Support of out ...

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

_'i - . " fi • ' ' ¦ — ¦ - • / -- - Di\ H. Ebaugh, straosoK bsimnfi Will return to Carlisle about the 20th, of the present month, and may be. consulted professionally at Col. Ferree's Hotel, as usual, for a short .time. , > . March 7, 1839. . 3t :

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

SIX CENTS EDWARD. ^L*> Runaway from the subscriber JmB^ .teaiding in the borough of Me-«flBF thanicsDurg, on the 25th tilt- an ^J?P, indented apprentice to the Black-«^>i- smithing business, named ESSBafcMANUEL LOWMAN. Said runaway had on when he left a bine frock coat, drab pants and & good blaik ftlr hat—; is about 19 year* of age, about 5 feet4 ittfches high and stoop shouldered. All persons are cautioned againt harboring said boy^- Any person returning him. to me shall receive the above reward, but no additional charseS. THOMAS HARRIS. .. March 7, ISS^ 3t ~~: CANOLES. rrr TUB subscribers have on hand a few boies prim? Candles, which they will sell low, ¦ -.."•—t^_r_,Hajni,TON&G«tEn,- — - March ti j, ¦ ^2j. .-. ..."•'"'"•'' FLOUR is selling froni stores ill Carlisle W96TS. -~ "^—^—'- .- ¦«¦ •' . - , . :

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

STATEMENT ; - or -, Oommoa flohool Approprlatidi> DUE from the State to the difhrent districts of Cumberland county, for the School y«ar 1B«.;- ' - ' ' ,. ¦' Allen, " - "' J273 8* Carllalek,- SD6 Si • ¦ Dickinson, > 3S8 88 ..Bast Pennsborough,- 893 28 Frankford, 188 39 /fopewell, 13? or Mechanicsburg, 80 92 Mifflin, . »1-B3^ Monroe, 199_4Q Newton, 188 39 -Newville, .- 98 40 . > North MiddTelon. - '-S*23L^'' South Middleton. " - " *? 2? Silver Spring, ^ ***89 Shippensburg borough, - J92 28 Shippenshurg township. ,£5 32 Southampton, - ¦ 1% IS West-PennsbormiEb,^:.-.¦- —._—^_:..... «"J» - - ---'"-.:" '"_'. ,,' ',,'. W914,.8s! fiv order of the Commissioners,. -; •,", , , '¦ JOHN IRWIN, Clerk. —-MarchL -7-T-1839..__-'. ._____„ -,-^-J

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

Auditors Notice. The undersigned having been appointed Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, to marshal and, distribute the assets of the estate of Andrew Boden.Es*}., late of the borough of Carlisle, deceased, in the hands of John Lehn, Administrator, of said estate, will rdeet for that purpose at the public house of Major Jacob Rehrar, in said borough, on .Thursday the 28th of March instant, when and where the creditors of said deceased are required to attend and present their claims; • .' .'?" ¦ JOHN IRWIN, Auditor. : Marchi 7,18$9". '¦:•' - . , -—"6T • - ..- " "' " \ ¦ ¦ '. ,)

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

4 Public Sale. Will be sold at the stable of the subscribers, corner of North Hanover and Louther streets, Carlisle, on Saturday the 23d of March,' Sorses. 4 broad wheeled road Wagons, with aiyhe fixtures complete, 24 sets Horse Gears,'nearly new. Wagoners* Beds, Wagon Saddles, Halters, See Also, one Sussex Cow, and one. Canadian family Poney. - Salewill commence at 10 o'clock, when due attendance and a reasonable credit will be given by - HAMILTON 8c GRIER. March 51,1839.

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

Estate of Jacob Fried, deceased. NOTICE; "WTOTICE is hereby given that letters of Ad-1^1 ministration on the estate of Jacob. Fried, late of Allen township, Cumberland county, deceased, have been issued by the Register of said county to the subscriber who resides In the'said township. All persons having claims ordemands against the estate okthe said "decedent are re quested to make known the same without delay, and those indebted to, make payment to JOHN MATEER, Administrator. March 21, 1839. 6t*

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

Estate of John Blessing, sen. deceased* NOTICE. Tf ETTERS of Administration on the estate B J of John Blessing, sen. late of East Pennsboiougu township, Cumberland county, decease ed, having been issued to the subscriber residing in said township: This is therefore to notify all persons in any way indebted to said estate, to make payment immediately, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement without any delay. DAVID HUME, Administrator. March 21, 1832. 6t

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

Estate of John Mahon, deceased. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Mahon, late of Newton township, deceased, are respectfully requested to call with the subscriber and settle their respective accounts! and all those who have claims and demands against the estate will present them legally, authenticated for settlement. ELIZABETH MAHON, . Executrix, of said deceased: Southampton township, March 21, 1839. 6t

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

Estate of Joseph Walter, deceased. Notice. T^TOTIGE is he reby given to all persons in-,T^| debted to the Estate ot Joseph Walter, late Sot Silver Spring township Cumberland County, dee'd., to make payment-as soon as possible to the subscribers residing in said township, and those having claims against said deceased will present them properly authenticated for settlement. ' '• DANIEL WALTER. JACOB WALTER, Administrators. March 21. 1839. 6t»

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

ASSIGNEE NOTICE* WHEREAS, Jacob Slydef of the borough of Mechanicsburgi did in January last, execute to the subscriber a deed of assignment of all' his effects, including books and accounts fur the benefit of his creditors. Notice Is hereby given to all those indebted, to the said Jacob Slyder, in any manner, to call on the subscriber and make payment, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated. JOHN RUPP, Assignee. March 21, 1838. 4t

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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