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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

'-.¦¦^¦¦JWKPIOTS;---: -•• ''¦»^IHN J: .IvIYERS has this day'taken fct!tft»',UELiy. HAVERSTICE info full ahtV eqiwl partnership in Iris iDrnif, 'Book and Stationary Store. ' ¦ fhev wiltdo business under tht BrmpE^UiiJ.Myer»«.Go,..'..,• -..:, ¦ ¦'.-„••.,:-1', :r^rto^;iraj-ai8;'i5i&r( ;.: =- :r ^~

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

From the Keystone. ¦ Jftt*. IParson's Speech. "Xmtiicm ©otutitccc A few.days ago^MiT Penrose made a'furious personal attack on Mr. Parsons of Lycoming, accusing him, ihii three days' speech, of all manner'of. political Sills, and assailing his grammar, riietbric, and mental qualification's, without stint or measure. Mr. Parsons yesterday replied to his long tirade of ihajavolent abuse, in a Speech of about two hours in length, for which scorching sarcasm, bold manly eloquence, and strong; pointed, unshrinking detail of facts, has seldom been equalled,and neversurpassed, in the Senate of Pennsylvania. The chamber of the Senafe was crowded to overflowing with ladies and gentleman,, all of whom listened.with the deepest attention, to this masterly display. During its delivery, the "honorable Speaker," sat with sorrow, shame, and mortification, legibly depicted on his uneasy features. The play of his nervous fcxeitemeht, was vi sible to the most casual observer, and would have...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

American volunteer. BY SANDEUSON & COHNMAN.; —^IjftT' "" "' ' ¦'¦"'' '^—'-"•--" * mUlf nn i-t •* A\ t\< tir,;/;;</') ^ - t^^felii^;;^^.^ "¦ ^^^^liTO^Bi^' -" CARLISLE: ' TlUfBSDAY. AP1UL 4. 1830.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

"Akblia'^ will appear our next. We had intended publishing Col. Pardon's first speech in the Senate at length, but finding it would occupy too much space in our paper, we have concluded to. publish only so much of it as relates to Mr. Penrose. Tins portion of' his speech will be found on our first page, and is in reply to an attack made upon him for a resolution censuring the conduct of Charles B. Penrosej which was adopted at a meeting in Lycoming county, immediately after the.troubles at Harrisburg in the month of December. Col. Par' son's second speech, which'was delivered on the day before the adjournment in reply to a three days'' speech of Mr. Penrose, we shall lay before our readeVs as soon as we •an procure a copy. It seems to be admitted on all hands that the "flying phenomenon." never before received such a well merited castigation at the hands of" any one, as be received from the talented democratic Senator from. Lycoming. >• A Natural Curiosity.—Mr. Robert...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

- MARRIED* V On Thursday last, by the Rev. Henry Aurand, Mr. John Moddorf, of North Mitidleton township to Miss Mary Shambach, of Frankford township. .,..";

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

. sp " " COMMUNICATED. 1 DIED—In Silver Spring township, on the 23d instant, after a short but painful illness, Mrs.'Margaret Stouffet,-in the'39th year of her age, leaving an affectionate husband and a large family of children, and an extensive connection of friends and relativesto mourn this sudden and unexpected bereavement. The deceased filled up the measure of her suffering in this vale of tears with a great degree'of fortitude and christiari resignation. To those whp'attended her during her ill—ri'ess', she expressed a full, sincere and entire;, confidence in the merits of a crucified Redeemer, and the hope of a blissful immortality beyond". the grave, beseeching those who were weeping over her, to weep not for her for she was going where there was rich provisions made, for her, and whererthere was no, trouble, sorrow, sicknesa^'or death, that this world afforded- her no more- pleasure; her affections were weaned from it and her whole desire was to depart and.be with Christ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

UOTVpEHbETTldltH Remaining iri the Post Office at Newville - April 1st, 18S9. John Boner Samuel Ickes ' Jefferson Bales, Elizabeth Irvine David Baker Wm Johnston, Esq Samuel Bear John Kile Archibald Bricker il/ary Kincli David Brand Mr. Kerr William Brown 2 ' Andrew il/cElwain Dr. H. S. Coleman jane iVcDaniel Esther Campbell Henry A/ill.er John Dier john Mnasert John Darron john Maxwell johh Davidson, Esq 2 jane Afeguin Charles Good William Ruth ^Rebecca .Givler .„• Mr. Sneve.ly David Gamber Wm Shimp mines Greenwood Benjamin Salsbury •John;Greenwood Ann M. Sterret Samuel Hughes Sarah Thompson "j. Ha'rinbri 2 Wm Thompson of At Peter Hershey Sarah Wilson jaines Hanna .',iY»,William Watson Dr./.R. Irvine iames Wallace JOHN MOORE, P. M. '-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

NEW SPRING GOODS. Just received at the store ol Arnold tt Co. a fresh assortment of desirable Spring Goods, which ihcy offer very low. April 4. 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

Register's Notice. Register's Office, ? Carlisle, March 30, 1839. 5 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all Legatees, Creditors and other persons .concerned, that the following accounts have been filed in this office for examination, by the accountants therein named* and will be presented to the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, for confirmation and allowance on Tuesday the SOth day of April , A. If. 1839, vizt ^ ; ,- < . . The administration account of Isaac Addams. Administrator of Harkness Addams, deceased, filed by) Hetty Addams, Administratrix of said Is^tic. ; The administration account of John Davidson, Administrator of John Boyed, deceased. The administration account of Henry Jacobs, Administrator of William Beistline, deceased.! The administration accountof John Snevely, Executor of Jacob Abrahams, deceased. The administration account of Alexander Sharp, Administrator of William M. Sharp, deceased. The administration account of Alexander, Sharp, Administrator of Andrew...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

^»PBTB.B,-'PAE,L2SY." ¦' ft JMw j-^^ Will stand the ensuing sea. wSkJ BSBlliaM 5nn »t Carlisle, on the terms set Bt'll Tl fortli'in the handbills. «LJ>«W.<*AA. Peter Parley is nF the very first racing blood. He was got by 'Oscar'—his dam 'Betsey Wilkes" was by the celebrated 'Sir Archie'—his grand dam by 'Bedford'—his great grand dam by 'Dare/fcDevil*—his g. g. grand dam by •Lam|>lishtei5e-his g. g. g. grand dam by byms 'Wildan-.' The above pedigree is au'hentic as will be seen by a reference to the American.Tiirf Register. For further particulars applv to <*„'.., JOSEPH HEUSHE, Groom. Carlisle, April 4,1839. 3m ¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

POHWARDING & COMMISSION ''. c. ' '.BOTflB. MURRAY & FLEMING, CARLISLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, * Hr^w?.^"^ 1 a Warehouse on the RAIL INROAD, at the west end of High strent, on ectly opposite Dickinson College, where they can at all times receive and forward merchandise and produce to Philadelphia, Chambersburg and.ull intermediate places, having placed Cars on the road which will run regularly between Carlisle and Philadelphia, by which Goods, and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch. ¦ Goods wi|l be received at the. Warehouse of Joseph S. Lewis, jr. & Co., comer of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, arid forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg. and all intermediate places. Carlisle, April 4,1839. 3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

Joseph s. lewis, jr. & c<£ Commission diForwardiiig Merchants, & W. corner Broad ti Vine si: P/iiladctp/ua, jk RE prepared tq receive and effect sales of JMi all produce, merchandize, &c which may be entrusted to their: care. Liberal advances will.be made on consignments until sales are effected. ... ,, -- - Produce.- and''merchandize left at the Warehouse of Messrs. Murray & Fleming, Carlisle, shall receive prompt attention, and all merchandize, &c. left with us will be forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate >pla. ces, on the rail road, with care and despatch, at the lowest.ratea pf freight. ;; . - April 4. 1839, ' r ¦¦ < 3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

JURT LIST FOR AFBIZ. TERM, 1838. Commencing on Monday the 8th day. Allen—Robert firison.' Carlisle—William Roney, John Thompson,John Underwood, Nathan W. Woods. Dickinson—Isaac Brandt, Jonathan Kissinger Hopeioell—John Laughlin \MeChanicsburg—Joseph Black, Jacob Gorges -Mj/P«n--Vyilliam Blean, Joseph-North Acraron~James W Allen, Isaac Koons, John Ruth Silver Spring—ThomasBell Shippensburg borough—Jacob Culp.Henry Car-Southampton—Daniel Croft, Adam Duke, John Highlands West_Penntborough—John Bricker, John Mc-Keehan, jr.,'Jo5eph'Trego . TRAVERSE JURY—first Week. wW/cti—Adam Eiclileberger, Samuel Ecklcf, John K Longnecker, James Neal, John Orr, Jacob S'viler, George Thomas Carlisle—Jacob Duev, Jacob S Faust, William McPhersnn, Rudesil Natcher, Alex. Woods Dickinson—John Corbet, David Glenn, William Harper East Pennsborough—Jacob S Haldeman, William Miller, Adam Seirer, John Snavely Frankford— Abraham Bauman. Hofieviell—Joseph M Means Mechanicsburg—John Hoover, Isaac Kinsey Monroe—....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

TAKE JVOTICE. •"«> —-.~i-_„»n,..M.t.:,« (.wu-rw.MiMiM, AniL JL trading in the mercantile business, Under the firm of C. W. &.P.:A. Ahl, is thisdav dissolved by mutual consent—*all persons therefore having Unsettled accounts will please call with C. W. Ahl, in whose Hands the books are left for collection, and settle the same-. „- C. W.&P. A.AHL. Chiirchtown, March 23, 1839. The business will be continued by. P. A; Ahl, who has removed the stock 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 — 4 April 1839

FOR SAI.C, TWO short horned Durham BULLS. Price g40 each.. Enquire of Capt. James M'Maniman,- agent for the owner, living near Carlisle Iron Works. ... ^ March 28,1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

WM, PRINCE & SONS, SJkTJLL make sales of trees andJjSSSSs, ¥f cuttings of th>; genuine Chinese *9|5?ISr Morus Multicaulis, Moras Expansa; Al- • *WS; pine,.Broussa, Canton and other varle-jj^fag ties, deliverable to purchasers immediately, or at such period in thespring as !s..conv.enient._to them, and will enter:iiitoxontracts accordingly. Prices and terms for the Trees and Cuttings will be forwarded to all who may apply for theny. by mail, as. well ns prices of Silk worm Eggs, Mulberry Seeds, &c The Multicaulus Trees are remarkably vlgorour, and as we first imported the genuine trees, purchasers are'sure of obtaining the true kind. It is from this cause andfrbm the great attentiod paid by them, that the trees1-, tliev.have_st>ld.have-RAvcii.Ui>>*wJ^ V*V'^fenSi N.' B.—Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants, and Seeds can be supplied to any extent. Flushing, near-New York, > * March 22,1839. K - i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

BRIOADBINSPEOTOES ORDERS. rlftHE enrolled inhabitants subject to "militia duty residing within the bounds of the 1st Brigade,. 11th.Division,?- M. (being Cumberland and Perry counties.) will parade in compa,-pies under their respective commanding officers on thelfifst Monday in May next, (being the Bth day of May, 1839,) and the Regiments and Battalions will parade for review and inspection trainings as follows, vizt , The 1st Battalion 86th Regiment Militia and the 2d Battalion Cumberland Volunteers, on Monday the 13th day of May. The 2d Battalion 86th Regiment Militia and the 1st Battalion Cumberland Volunteers, on Tuesday the 14th of May. ' The 1st Battalion 2Jd Regiment Militia on Wednesday the 15th of May-The 2d Battalion 23d Regiment Militia, on Thursday the 16th of May. The 1st Regiment Cumberland Volunteers, on rnetsl^arxaifoirostil-RcKlmenx Militia, on Monday the 20th of May. The 2d Battalion 39th Regiment Militia, on T uesday the 21st of May.: .-. -The 2d Battalion 113...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

Dissolution of Co-partnership. THE subscribers trading under the firta of 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 the first day of April next. Or their accounts will be put in the hands of a proper person for .collection. ,. , ,, DANIEL ERB, / .., . BENJAMIN EUB. Wormleysburtr, February. 25, 1839.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

LIST OP OATJSSS For trial at Apr-if Term, 1839, First Week, commencing the 8th April.; Duncan, adna'r&c vs Moore's adm'rs Moore ct at. ' vs Weakly et al Clark .> vs Wise *s. Church, surv'g, &c. tu-.Carl ' ' ', Harlin; etal . r. t;j Moore, et al Clippinger ' " i;*'Moore Same •.*•'¦. V> Pfttton ¦ • . - Church, surv'g, &c. vs McClurC _-' Lamb ' vs Dunlap. . ¦• Kutz ' vs Coinmari List of Causes fortrial at $4 wepk of April ._.,_ Term, commencing. ISfh April. M.:Egeex*M ¦ -vs McClureadm'x Hjrrtes -. vs Keller ,-.-.- T' Bank. . v. w»Egectal Cook and Wife . -vt Scroggs cx'rs '-..,.-' Woodburiv . vs Noble Meixell -. vs Diller . .:¦ ,-¦• Bullock -i . vs, Martin et al Pierce; ... . •»» Waples. • C. V. Rail Road vs Meuy, Same ... vs ^Nevin -.. - , Dobbs ex'rs t»«'EBy surv'g, &b . •Thompson , w Davis; -.. ;., . C.V. Rail Road vs Moore' Same. wHolcomb1. - Dysert vaJDysert... Lee... tfi Andersob .. Hiirsh . ... ' . vs Smith . Loveadm'r x»» Eby, surv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

EXCBLUYGE ISJUYK "-.'¦'. . ANDBAVtW&fr-iMBTIffWBJOMi ' No. 6(8 Soath Fjonrtb et. Philadelphia. CAPITAt 260,000 DOLLARS. Open dally, for the transaction of business from , ..9 A.M. toZP.M..: DEPOS1TES pf.money received, for which the following rateof interest Will beallowed: i . .1-year.5 percent.per .annum;- . ., 6 mos. 6 '.'¦•«• >\ t 3.. «.• 4 •.".".„ . :~->! Ou business depositee to be drawn nt the pleasure efjhedepositor^jiu interest .willbe allowed. Uncurrent note's of, solvent. Banks,, in every part_ of.the United States, will-be received as special dieposites, on such terms' as may ' be agreed on in each particular case; By order ofthe Boaid,.,-. . J.DESSAA, Cashiers Philadelphia. Dec. 19, 1838.- , ._. iy

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