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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

i -||| —- m-.-¦¦ —.- .....,-ij LIST OP £. OTS. The following is the List of Acts of a' public nature passed at the third session of the-*wenty.-fiftLc_angK88: -yL'~._ An act making, appropriations in-part for the support of Government for 1839. Ah act makingappropriatjons for the civil und diplomatic expenses of Government for the* year. 1839, . / ¦ An act,, making/Appropriations f°r lne support of the army for the year 1839. An act making appropriations-for the current and contingent expenses of the Indian department and for'fulnlling treaty stipulations with the various Indian tribes for 1839. An act making appropriations for preventing and'suppressing Indian hostilities for the year 18S9. An act making appropriations for the naval service for 1839. An act making appropriations for the payment of the "revolutionary and other pensioners of the United States for-l"8S9 An act to p&hibit the givingor accepting, within thedist'net of Columbia, of a challenge to fight a du...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

gtj-Thc approaching courts will afford many of our subscribers an opportunity of liquidating the amounts which stand against them on our books. The sums though small, will be of immense importance to us, as we have several payments to make this spring which cannot be delayed. | C7"The proceedings of the "military meeting" at Leesburg, came to hand too late for publication. JCT-Those of our subscribers in town and .country, who change their place of residence, will please notify us of their -whereabouts,' so that their papers may receive the proper directions. A Chance for Farmerss—Jiy reference to our advertising columns,-our.readers will perceive that two fine Durhani.Bulls are offered for sale near the Carlisle Iron Works. As these noble animals are held at an extremely low price, we would advise all who wish to procure one of them to be early in their application, as they will no doubt be disposed of in a very short time. We invite.the attention of our readers to our first" p...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

. MAINE. •Tlie only, news from Mairte.which.'We find, s contained in the following letter from the Augusta correspondent of the -Boston-Atlas,-lated on Monday last. No news, is said, to be good news, if so, we have an abundance of good news from the East. From such infnriniition'as we have, it ¦ppears, that'all is quiet on the borders so far as the two belligerent parties are.concerncd. The reports that have reached us from time to time of the extensive preparations rtut were being nude by S.r John H.irvey, I have but little doubt were much exaggerated. I learn the same exaggerations were made in the Province of New Brunswick in relation to our forcer" It was reported there at one; time that Maine had actually fifty thousand men iivthe field, and it wassiipposed an attack on Frederickton was contemplated." Great effjrts have been made to exasperate thepeople who livej>ii the borders against each other. A trifling circumstance that ^ pecurred at.Hnulton has, excited mu...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

From thcAew York Amenian UNITED STATES CENSUS. _ .The law passed by Congress for taking the Census next year, is published in the Globe of the 6th inst. It is long—but the following is a full though brief abstract of it: Sec. 1. directs the Marsha's under the direction of the Secretary of State, to cause an enumeration of all inhabitants, excluding Indians riot taxed, within their districts, distinguished—First. The sex of all free white persons. Secondly, the ages of all under 5—under 10—under 15—under 20—and. then under each successive 10, to 100. Thirdly, the number of deaf and dumb free whites under 14—under 25—and of 25 and upwards; also,, the number of blind—of insane and of idiots—specifying how many of the last two are a public cliaig.*. Free colored persons or colored persons bounel to service for a term or for life, arc to be enumerated, the sexes distinguished, anil the ages uneler 10, under 24, under 36, under 55, and under 100, to be noted. Also, the number, wit...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

.#/«*•.¦«-! :MARRI3D: • On -the 7th inst. by the Rev. John TJIrich, " iHuyPhilip Schomhach, to Miss Rebecca Bear, both of Wesrpennsboro* township. w1 On the sameday, by the same; Mr. Jesse Beltshoaver, to, Miss Catharine Kleinpeter, both of Sajjth Middleton township. _ •_ : v On the I'gth inst, by the same, Mr. Francis Eckels, to Mm Sarah Ann Barnett, ifeth of thirtfota^r -rr" - ' ' On the 14th inst. by the same, Mr. Martin Slrine, of Ohio, to Miss Martha Fisher, of South Middleton township. On the ,22d inst. by the Rev. P. Scheurer, of Dillsburg, Mr. Thomas Moore, to Miss Catharine West fall, both of Cumberland co. %• On Friday last, by the Rev. Henry Aurand, Mr. George Wilson, to Miss Elizabeth Steen, both of Carlisle. ( v On Thursday last, by the Rev. Benjamin S. Schneck, Mr. John Mellinger, to Miss Margaret Noecker, both of Cumberland'co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

DI3D: ' On Tuesday the 19th inst. Diller Ring wait, infant son of George Mathews, of Car lisle, aged 14 months and 10 days. Wei-]) not fur the dead, That in tlie glory of green youth do fail, P.re frenzied passion or foul sin one thrall Upon his'suul hath .-prcail. VVeep not—he is at rest From misery, and madness, and all strife, I'luit makes hut night of day and death ot life, In the grave's peart ful breast. Yet weep not—he shall soar As the freed eagle of the skies that pined, Hot pines no more, for his own mountain wind, And the old ocean shore. Hej"ir.c! Rejoice! How long Slmu'd the taint spirit wrestle with its clay, Fluttering in vain for the cloudless day. And for the angel's song. It mounts-! It mmints! Oh spreael I'lie b.inner of pay victory—and sing F.tr the enfranchised,and firight garlands bring-Hot weep not for the dead. ~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

TEE MARKETS. CORRECTED WEEKLY. Per Carlisle Bait. Fhila Flour, superfine, bbl. ¥>6 75 . 7 25 7 SJ U\e Fh-ur. • 4 75 4 75 5 00 I'orn Meal, 4 00 4 00 4 00 Wheat, bu. 1 50 1.60 1 68 Rye, i 00 1 00 1 00 Corn, I CO 83 ^ 87 Oats, 40 40 - ¦ 47. Clovirsecd, 16 00 14 00 16 00 Flaxseed, 1 12 1 62 1 42 Plaster, " ion 0 00 4' 25 0 00 Whiskey -»1 44 40 41 Pork, lb. 12, . 9 10 Beef,' 12! 10-00 I.'-atlier. sole I 23 25 - 00 PI •. ip-ncr | drl, 00 3 25 00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

JU.-.Y IflSiT EOH APRIL TERIVr, 1838. Commencing on Monday the 8th day. A'len — Bo nit Biivn. ("artis'e—Willi.mi llooev. John Thnmpson.John UidcrwiH d. N.ithiiii \Y. WivkR D'ckiiwon—Isioic. Brandt, Jonathan Kis inger H'lftnvctl—J.ihn I.-.<U£hlin Mrrhanirsburg—Joseph Bliirk, J.icob Gorgas " fflm—Willj on Hlenn, Joseph N rth .Yeviton— J.inies W Allen, Isaac Koons, John Roth Silver Spring—Thomas Hell -> Shijifirnsburgborough—Jacob CuIp.Henry Carlisle Southampton—Daniel Croft, Adam Duke, John HiirlilnmN West Peimsbo'otigh—John Biicker, John Mc-Keeln.n, jr., J.isepli Trego TRAVERSE JURY—First Week. Allen—A-t mi liichlebtixi r, Samuel Eckles, J hn K.I-oounerker, J,im< sNe.il, Julio Orr, J ir.ob S viler. Georiie.ThnniHS Carlisle—liicub Dnev, J'imb S F.aist, William Mr.Pliervn, Hudegil N ilclur, Alex. Wnods D'ckinson—John O.rbct, David Ulenii, William II o-pi-r East Pennsborough—Jurob.S II ddeman,, Wil-Huh'i Milter, Adam Seirer, John Suavely 'Fratlkford— Abrah-im BV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

TAKE JVUTMCE. THE en partnership heretofore existing and trading in the mercantile business, under the firm <if C. W. & I'. A. Ahl, is tliisdaV' ciissolved l)y-iniitiial-conseiit»all persons therefore having unsettled accounts will please call with C. W. Ahl. in whoseTlv.mds the books are left for collection, and settle the same. • ' . ' O. W.&P. A.AHL. Churclitown, March 23, 1839. The business will be continued by P. A. Ahl, who has removed tlie slock of goods to the store room formerly occupied by Samuel Hyer.— Thankful for past favors and solicits a continuance of public patronage. - .' P. A. AHL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

FOR SAX.E, TWO short horned Durham BULLSr Price £40 each. Enquire of Capt. James M'Maniiuan, i gent tor the owner, living near Carlisle Iron Works. March 28,18S9. , . . . ' , . ..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

Wia. PRINCE & SONS, VHTILL make sales of trees an(l$S3§«, j™ cuttings of th1? genuine Chinese S^Sr Morus Multicn'ilis, MorUs Expansa, AN *"frSf pine, Brrossii, Canton antl other varle-^s^Sgg, ties, deliverable to purchasers immediately, or at such period in the spring as is convenient to ihem, and will enter into Contracts accordingly^ Prices and terms for the Trees and Cuttings will be forwarded to nil who may apply for them by mail, as well as prires of Silk Worm Ei;gs, Mulberry Seeds, fcc. The Mullicaiilus Trees are remarkably vigorous and as we first imported tire genuine trees, purchasers nre sure of obtaining the true kind. It is from this cause and from the great nftrntiod paid by them.'that -the trees thev.ha.ve sold liave.gjyrn universal satisfaction. N'. H.—Fruit and Ornamental Trefs, Plants, an-! Seeds can be snpplied to any extent. Flush!"!;, near New York, ? March 22, 1839. i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

BRXOASE INSPECTORS ORDERS. THE enrolled inhaliifahfs subject to militia duty resiilim; wfjXun the bounds of the 1st Brigade, 11th I).vision, I". M. (being Cumber-I intl and Perry counties.) will parade in companies under their respective commanding iinjerri on the first Monday ih'.May next, (being the 6th day of May, 1839.) aiid the Regiments and- Battalions will parade for review and inspection trainings hh fallows, viz: The 1st B illation 86t'li Regiment Militia""and tlie 2d Bittalipn Cumberland Volunteers, on Monday tile 13tb day nt M'J-. The 2 I B illation 86;h Regiment Militia and the 1st Battalion Cumberland Volunteers, on rot-silay the 14th of M iy. The 1st Bittalion Sail Regiment "Militia on Wei'nesdav lhe 15th of M y. The 2 I Battali m 231 Regiment Militia, on Thursday the 16th of May. The 1st Regiment Cumberland Volunteers, on Fridav the 17th of M iv. |-|ir 1st llattalion 39tli Kegiment -Mliuia, .oi> M mday the 20ih of May. The'2 I B ittalinti S9di Regiment Mili...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

Dissolution of Co-partnership. THE-subscribers trartini; under'the firm of D. k B. ERB. have this day dissolved'co" paitnership, and hereby notify all persons indebted to-said firm, to come forward and make payment, and those who have claims to pit sent them In tore the first day of April next, or their accounts will be piit in the hands of a proper person for collection. DANIEL ERB. . BENJAMIN ERB. Wormlevsmirp, February 25. 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

LIST OF OAT7SBS For trial at April Term, 1839, First Week, commencing the Sth April. Duncan, adni'r &c. vs Monre's adm'rs Moore et ul vt Weakly et al Clark vs Wise Church, surv'g, Sec.. I'l.Cart. II irlin, et al ' '<:, vs. Moore, et al' Ciippinger its Moore Same - ¦ • is Pattnn Church, surv'g, ttc. v> McClurc Lamb ' , . vs Duiilap K.uiz vs Cornman List of Causes for trial at 2d week of April Term, commencing 15th Aptit, M. Ege ex'r*, i>s McCIore adm'x ' Himes vs Keller ' Bank - -i . vs Ejje et al C'iok and Wife ¦ Vi Scroggs ex'rs , Woodburn vs Noble Meixell vs Diller . * Bullock '-vs Martin etal. Pierce vs Wnples c. V. Rail Road .-'. *» Meily ' , Same lis Kevin. Diibbs ex'rj ;. t't Eby surv'g, Sc i I'hnmpson vs' Dnvis C- • V. Rail Road vs Moore Sime . rjHolcomb Dysert '"¦•',. ti»;I)yseit ^ -.'. . Lee ' —:—~vs Anderson .- .'¦ Hursh .... •*» SmHh '• '•' .''. L'lveadnnV ' vs Eby, surv'g, tic ",r Redett-adm'r to Moure MrCiuie vs Mabon ,-...¦-¦ Eelenbaugh...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

WHO'LL BE A SOLDIER!' Volunteers of tho 1st Brigade. 11th „ SiTislon, P. IMC. Vour country having, experienced two wars with Great Britain for the malntainatir.e of her rights, the necessity may shortly arise to enter into a third. Yoiit- commanding General earnestly recommends to the Volunteer Regiments an$i Battalions, Independent Companies rind sueh as are attached to Militia Regiments, to recruit their proper strength andlvolunteer their services to the President of the U. States for the term of one year—and should your Services be required and accepted, wounds and a glbiious death shall be your greatest honor. As the sons ancl grandsons ol 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 vour lorefathers. The haughty Britons are wide nwake, whilst we are comparatively nfleep. Lft our riiottn be—"God ai)d our country—Let Tenants Beware." , ... . WILLIAM CLARK, Brie On. Head Quarter', C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

Estate bf John Mahon, deceased. NOTICE. tLL persons indebted to the estate ef John Mahon, lateof. Newton township, deceas. vd, are respectfully requested to call with the subscriber and settle their respective accounts and all, those who have claims and demands r. ginnst the estate will present them legally authenticated for settlement. ELIZABETH MAHON. Executrix of laid deceased. Southampton township, March 21,1839." 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

V- :. NOTICE To Bridge Builders. The dbmmU'gibnerg of Cumbterland County, .will receive Proposals at the house of John Oorpmaninnkeeper, in the Borough of Carlisle,1 on Friday the 12th of April next, between 9 oVlock in the forcnoph and 2 o'- clock in the afternoon; for the erection of a good and substantial WoodenJBridge, across the Conodoguihet Creek at the place where the state road from LandisbUrg to Carlisle, by. way of Waggoner's Gup crosses said creek, in the. township of North Middleton, of-the-following-diraensiohsr to wit:—'$o contain in length from one abutment to,the other 190 feet, 'jfJt 16 feet wide in tHe-clftif, the abutments tobe about ten feet thick each or mbre if-required in a splaying direction, with ,a regular "slope, and to. be eleven feet high from, the bottom of the creek, from whence a wooden arch is to be started and to extend across said creek from one abutment to the other if practicable; if not, there shall be two spans of 95 feet long, each supported...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

THRASHING MACHINES a'kd' &6*6tl 3POWEH • CALL AND SX4MIHB FOH foUHSELfSS. ', - .TJiesubscribers, thankful for past favors, take this method of informing the public that thcV still enntiuue thehuilding afr&hrashing-Macliincit and Horse 'Power, at their old stand, in LoiHhei' street, Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all times be supplied. They have*made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, and have also attached a CLOVER THRASHER. which for durability and simplericss of construe" tion is surpassed by none. ' Having all manner of confidence in the supe« riority of the above mentioned machine, &c. th?y are willing that Farm'ers-ahull twt-tbcm beforo making the purchase. . . Persons wishing to purchase or rxtrminc the mucHine'will rleasc'make opplicntion at thd shop, or to I. l.iiwslie. Agent, at Macfarlane's hotel, near the Court House. Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May 3,1838. >>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

• FARMERS* HOTEL.. In High street a few doors east of the Court " Haute, oa?.l:s:2. Thesubscriber having leased the above named establishment from Mr. Simon II under/ich, and having provided himself with every thing necessary, is now enabled toaccoinmndatc travellers and ethers in a style that will not fail to please hose who may favor him with u call. . THIS BAA AND OE&X.AXIS will receive his special attention. These will bd kept constantly provided with the best of L1Q-1 UORS. . the; arder will at all times be abundantly supplied with all the delicacies which the season and market can afFord,-and no exertions willbe wanting to please the palate ol the most fastidious. \ T"HE STABLES are commodious and secure, and a careful and attentive host)er will be always in attendance. u^f-BOARDERS will be taken by the week, month, or year, on the most reasonable terms. A strict attention to business and an. anxious desire tefpleaseiwill; he trusts; ensurehim'ntcu-> sonable s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

JFV'om Iff tolli}activeyoimgmen ¦ V • ¦ St^' tSt' ' managemplit of horsesi tB^HUHBJMfH/& drivers, will be_cnlisted d&^QPB&kSSl^ wia Hone Artillery now at - ¦ ¦ *y ^fC Jju Carlisle Barracks. As tmmiy H/e"n|,"|flf »¦ \i^fft this is the most desirable corps of any hi the arm)', young men-out of employment cannot do better than join it. Ap-> ply to T S..RINGGOLD, Cafitain commanding Light Artillery, Carlisle Barracksi February ?8, 1839; 6t

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