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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

dall and esatnino for yourselves.: MARBLE MAM^CTORY. -, ;4A^te£'WVi£fii!^-::T, TAKES this method of informing his friends andthe publicjgenerally, that he; still continues to carry on, at his :oId stand in. East High streetj-Garlislej themanufacture of: ..-..•!¦:. .',..•';;¦; v:,;;|?PNUMa^S..":.::.. •••;'! Tomb atones, Head &i"bbtStones, &c. whererhesllalli'afall tlin'es;be ready to supply customers at the shortest notice and.on the most accommodating terms. . Having employed Mr. W;ili.'iAjt.CiaEGo of this borough, my, agent fori iliciale of the above mentioned articles, any. or-¦ders.fMrujshed,by:hirt>.w.il}:J)E promptly attended tOfralso all orders heretofoi-e,given for work are how ready Vo be filled up."1 ' '¦ '¦. . '' • '' "'-'-",' . Carlisle, March 28,1839,r ',:"".'^y:.'.' "Sf... , "' 'N.: B.-i-Having discharged 'John HA-rViEtix from 'my* em'plby, all persons indebted for tb)nb storiti, monume^sJieM-^itfooTytonesi Uc: gci are cautipneoTagainst paying h...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

MitmiJYG. .'¦'•» From, the PqwtUckct Gqzctte. \ ¦ _JIt<is aspurce of regret to see inthisbou'ntfy so little attention paidto-ngriculture.— ¦With a .climate of almost eyery variety)' a 'aoil.bf almost boundless extent, and in point of richness and fruitfulness-surpassed by /ioh'e'under heavep'.'.and able men ehoUgh-to cultivate it; yet we annually import tr'qm the populous kingdoms of the old world, ^hip.'.loaU.after.ship loatl;:of-grain and/hay. This is a singular fact, but not less true than singular. , j In these degenerate' daysit is considered more fashioriablerby-bur-ypung'irien tomeasure tape bytlie yard," and molasses by i\& gallon, to tinker in' a'jowcl'ler's shop; or stick type in a printing office, to sit behind the counter of a bank, or learn to shave notes'.in a broker's office, to_ prescTibe"physic, or practice law, than it is to." cultivate the sou. Hence the sons of.our.farmers', as soon as they are capable of entertainingtJiree ideas; become ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

— in. '' ' ' •» AMERICAN VOLUNTEER; '. »Y SANDERSON.: & CQRNMAJIv ~f'^^i|iiil iw» ' ¦- ^iXAi^^^i^Va^ ^^^^ v'^V^wS^rhil 1^ - ^VSflwflfi^ ^J.^i^^Sr)~M?|!c^^^^Bgw^' ^^^nj3AAkl]iz3uftlf uJQltffflir^^^"'1 ^ / ^^^SSn^USSci^i.ftf.jr.Pfi ''-h^V' ——i' • "m" • *' 1 'V' -™«' , CARLISLE: '/¦:. THURSDAY; APRIk II, IS30.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

"A. ,G." will appear in our-next.' . ICTtA number of articles, original .arid selected, ftr this week's:paper,j^iayc.unavoidibly been excluded to make room, for nru> adrertrsementa. Connecticut.-—The elections in this state liavc, a» «u to be expected, went for the federalists, although by a greatly reduced majority from last year. The Democrats lost the Governor and' Congressional Delegation by a small majority, while on the other hand they gained about forty members of the legislature. ' (ryGen. Scott is strongly urged in several of the federal papsrs at a .candidate for th* next Presidency. These are some of the §arae prints that, a few yeast ago, so strongly deprecated the deration of a "military chieftain" .to the first office in the .nation.- * s " ^qmthe-HdrriipurgReporter.-'¦ : \_ The Mmproretncni Bill. The federal presses, aware Of the-odium Which must fail upon the Senate, in consequence of its refusal to pass the'bill making appropriations for the necessary rep...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

/, ' MARRIBD: -On-Thursday evening-last,- by the .Rev. Henry Aurand, Mr. Topias Miller, .to Miss Jane Common, both of Carlisle. v On the; .same evening by the same, Mr. William Rhoads, to Miss Rebecca Mell, both of Carlisle. - . ', v On the 28th ult. by the Rev. John Ulrich, Mr.Philip Peffer, to Miss Susan Meixel, of Monroe.township.--.— '" " " v Ori the same day by the.same, Mr. George Swigert, tpMiss Elizabeth Snyder, both of North Middleron township. v Onthe 21stult.Uy the Rev. D. P.Rosenmiller, Mr. John Marketer, to Miss Catherine Paw/nan" , both of Frankford township. . On the 26th ult. by the same, Mr. Michael Sex, to Miss 'Mrrgarel Arnold, both of Frankford township. •— — • -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

To .the Heirs and Legal Representatives of MICHAEL qVIGJLEY.late of the Borough ofCarlisle,\iec4aBed: T AKE NOTICE that I will holdjm Inquisition on a writ of Partition or Valuation,-nn the premises late of Michael Qui^ley, dee'd, on Monday theJJSHh day of ApriKlSSS.at 10 o'clock A.JM. where.all interested ,mav attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, > . Carlisle, April 11, 1839. J . . 3t UTASTTED nWMEDIA.TEI.Yr- A JOURNEYMAN SADDI.EU, to whom A-««»MMrt-cnIIllTrtUn»-«.4- Kb*«-*i'<-«MA,?^. WnTDe given. Apply to the subscriber residing IS ^"Xbury, seven miles east of Carlisle, on the Trindle Spring road. William dean. April 11, 1839. 3t

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

R. D. GUTHRIE At SON, THANKFUL for past favors, respectfully inform the citizens of Carlisle and-the public generally, that they have removed their Olook dt Watch Mablngr Establishment to No. 9 Harper's Bow, where all work in their line of business will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. Carlisle, April 11„ 1839. 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

DR. J.C. NEFF, SURGEON DBMTIBT, JO ESPECTFULLY informs the ladies and fl.%, gentlemen of Carlisle and itsTvicinity that he sets Artificial Teeth.in the most jipproved manner. He also scales, plugs and separates teeth to arrest decay. Dr. N. prepares a tenth powder, which whitens the teeth, without injuring the enamel; colors the gums a fin* red and refreshes the mouth. Thetonth-ache.will be cured, in most cases, without extraction j and an odontalgic wash is prepared for healing sore'gums and.fasren the teeth. -.---Ladien rttid gentlemen are requested to call and examine his collection of Porcelain or Incorruptible teeth, which-will never decay, or change color, and are free from all unpleasant udonr,, durable and well adapted for chewing, which will he inserted in the best manner and at fair prices. , ' All persons wishing Drr. M. to call at their dwellings will please*to-leave nr-lineat his resi.r dence. No. 7 Harper's Row, when he will punctually attend to every, call in the li...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

REMOVAL. THE subscriber returns thanks to his friends former customer!, for past favors, oriil- respectfully infnrms the public that, lie has removed his SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTORY, a-few doors .west of'tbe Volunteer office, in Church alley, where he will constantly keep on hand a supply of Candles and Soap, which he will dispose of on[.accommodating terms to till who may favor him with their custom. The highest price will be given for Tallow, Soap Fait and Ashes. — GEORGE REISINGER. Carlisle, "April 11, 1839. St

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

IMPORTANT To Jflillers tf Manufacturers. HOWO'S IMPROVED DIRECT ACTION WATEJ1 WHEEL.. THE public are informed that the subscriber has bought the right of the above watei wnfcej; ttlr'tnc 3tntc tif TVnnaylvnnln. . Jtia coni sidered by those having them in use, as one of the most important improvements that has ever been introduced. Persons desirous of seeing the wheel, can do so, by calling at the i'bundry of John B. Hall & Co. §) Williamsport.. The annexed certificates have beert^given asa slight testimonial of its value; they wiu speak tor themselves. Address the subscriber in Lancaster, Pa. MICHAEL M'MATH. April 11, 1839. ly [Copy.] This is to certijy, that 1 have put in one of Hi.wd's Patent Cast Iron Direct Action Water Wheels, in the place of a Reaction Wheel; that the' Djrect Wheel dnes not flood the tail race as much by three inches as the reaction did, and that I can Rrind seven bushels with the direct action wheel an hnur,.and drive two run of stones, where I coul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

NOTICE. . THE bonks of Dr. Theodore Myers dee'd., have been placed in the hands of. Jacob Squier, Esq. for settlement. Those having claims against, or those indebted to said deceased, are requested to call immediately for settle meat. . ' .' - .~ S. A. MYERS, Administrator nfsaid deceased. Carlisle, April'll, 1839.—3nu».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

NOTICE.^- THE public will take notice that letters of administration on the estate of Jacob Williams, latent North Middle ton township deceased, have this day been issued to the subscribers who request all persons having'claims or demands against the estate of the said decedent, to make known the same to them without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate to Cull and settle the same without delay. ¦'.-''- . ¦-- DAVID WILLIAMS,-:'--. Residing m N. Middletnn township. ' - lOHN WILLIAMS, April 8,1832. ¦ ¦ - Reiiding in Newville.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

' ; T.MMEE JYOTICE. THE co: p'artnership heretofore existing and trading in the mercantile business, under the firnrof-C.-W.-& P. A. Ahl, is thisdav dissolved by mutual consent—all persons therefore having unsettled accounts will.please calf with C.' W. Ahl, in whose- hands the books are left for collection, and settle the same. „...,.' C. W.&P. A. AHL. Churchtown, 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 forpast favors and solicits a' continuance ol public patronage. p, A. AHL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

Estate of Jacob Fried, deceased. •¦ NOTICE. - -JfcjTOTICE is hereby given that letters of Ad-JJJ ministration on the estate of Jacob Fr^d lite of Allen township, Cumberland county deceased, have been issued by the Register of said county to the subscriber who reside! m the sa d township. Allpersons having claim, or demands agamst the estate of the said decedent are re ffin^d^rmat March 2^8N 39 MATE? R<':^'"'"'«"-'"--

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

—^-tlSTmpP iaETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Newville, April 1st, 18S9. . ' •Tbhn Boner ,~ . Samuel Ickes Jefferson Bales, . ¦ Elizabeth Irvine David Baker • Wm Johnston, Esq Samuel Bear. , John Rile Archibald Bricfeer. . Mary Kinch David Brand Mr. Kerr' William Brown 2 Andrew, il/cElwain Dr. H.* S. Coleman, jane iWcDaniel Esther Campbell Henry_Miller john Dier john Jtfussert John Darron /. ,, John iUaxwell John Davidson,Esq 2 jane Memun Charles Good WilliamTluth' Rebecca Givler '; Mr. .Sn'evely David Gamber . Wm Shimp • James Greenwood Benjamin Salsbury John Greenwood Ann M. Sterfet J Samuel Hughes Sarah Thompson J. Hannpn s ~ ' ( Wm Thompson of A. Peter Hershey "'-. Sarah Wilson James Hanna William Watson Dr. J. R. Irvine ,:,'. james Wallace T JOHN MOORE, p; M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

POST. OPPIOB,-• ;Carlisle, Pa.,Npy l, 1838.. • Arrival and Departure of Mails ¦"• ¦.'•''. 'Arrives. Closes. Eastern daily about 12 m. Tp. m. .... „ „ fpjil 10ani> Western •• « js m. lOa.tn. Southern... .:".*«; .- . :•« 13m, 7p. m, Mechanicsb'g,«« . . « 12 m. to. m, Newville » . " 13 m. iOa.m. R. LAMBERTON.y.M. Job Printing neatly.executed at this office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

MARBLE. I TAKE this m; thnd of returning my sincere & thanks to the public for the liberal enci urugement which I have received from them for the last five years, for in thatr time I have furnished marks for more than five hundred gravesi nnd"f have now become « perfect judge of mar. ble and also the workmanship. Feeling desirous to continue the business I would state to those wishing to purchase^Marble Monuments, Tomb, Head and Foot Stones of the best white marble and as cheap as the city can afford,-and without pnying arty commission to agents, to please call with the undersigned next door to Mr, Beetem's Hotel. The stones will-be delivered at the place appointed by the purchaser. ^ „ JOHN.HATFIELD. Carlisle, April. 11, 1839. .' 3t N. B. Personswhohaveenga'ged Grave Stones of me prior to this will take care that .thev pay no one without my order or consent. J. H.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

t Carlisle Artillery. '"'¦T'pU are Ordered f. parade <»• vinir JL usual gmuiid, cmnptitely eqiiipt, in . ¦ .umn.tr tinil'i'i'iii, on Monday the 6i!i and Tuesdnr the Mill ¦>! M.n iu-xt ; JOHN'R. KERN.A.N. O S. N. B.—No meinlirr will Ik- received on parade who is not provided with a new cap and uniform according to the late regulation of the company. Carlisle, April 11,1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

ATTENTION ADAMANTINE GUARDS. Jfa. /g^ "^K7"OU are'ordered „. JSr' BB~ M t parade in NewjfllNlPr kWimV V1"t'on ''"day the 17th y^BffinKrBicftuf Ma>'n<"xt ut io ¦>'. .AOll^.jlclock, A.M. completei^^^r^jb^B^^kb.. 'y equipt.. . _,., TV " jB'Aii adjourned Court ^^HBmfiiBHfS of Appeal will he held on said day. ROBERT BLEAN, Capt: April 11,1839. ¦ :'..'_ to

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

First Regiment of I umbeiland . Voliinteers.i _/...;;__ •. Parade at Newville on Friday the iVth'May next, at 10 o'clock,completelyequipt for inspection. • . ... : - •;¦ .-"" J. KELSO, Adjutant. April 11, J839. .

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