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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

A HISTORY Of the most remarkable extremities of Cold within a space of mdrc'thdn a thousand years. In A.,D.401,.thc Black sea was entirely frozen oyer. In 462, the Danube was frozen so that Theadmare inarched on the ice to Swabia to avenge his brother's death. ' ' In 7"62, the cold was so intense that the straits of Dardanelles and the Black sea were entirely frozen over. The snow, in some places drifted to the depth of 50 feet, and tie ic^.washeapeijUnjFsuch quantities in the citiesVjOAto tausc/he walls to fall down. In S60j We Adriatic was entirely frozen over. ' '•" ''''' ,*""''••' ' In 891, and dlsU39S, the vines were killed by frost, ahd cattle died in their stalls. In 991, the winter'lasted very long, and was extremely severe. Every thing was frozen, and famine and pestilence closed the year. In 1067, the cold was so intense that most of the travellers in Germany were frozen to deathsnrtlrerosds; ; r-" In 1133j it was excessively cold, in Italy; tlie Po was frozen from...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

AN INCIDENT AT DINNER. • A great many casualiiies happen at dinner' tables, particularly when- a tyro in the art of carving .undertakes to dissect that'respettive bird .whose cackling saved the.Roman Capitol. -There was an individual at the table yesterday who would carve; although we entreated him to allow the servant the honor of saving him the trouble;—yet_. he was inexorable. We sa\y tliat he.knew' nothing about it, aud we, therefore, like a prudent warrior, determined to bear a wary eye on the enemy's motions. The first fourslices from the breast passed off-without - much danger, and we began to hope that perhaps the limbs would not be asked for.— Alas, what are the hopes 6fsman? ''I'll trouble,you for a leg," ejaculated'a gen,t!er man opposite.. Almost all men who haunt dinner tables have strong prejudiced against, setting in the purlieus oT.a goose;-what then must; have been our feelings, who like to dress decently and consider neatness a virtue? If necessity is the mot...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

Appointments by the C07ornor. John Orayson, Prothonotary of Washington "county. James Ruple, Clerk bf the several Courts •f "Washington county. ¦James Gordon, Register of Washington •ounty. , James Brown, Recorder of AVash^rigton •ounty. Samuel B. Jordan, Prothonotary, Clerk •f Oyer and Terminer and Quarter Sessions of Northumberland county. John G: Youngman, Register, Recorder and Clerk of the Orphans' Court of Northumberland county. Josiah W. Evans, Prothonotary of Montjoinery county. " ' * .John Shearer, Register of Montgomery •ounty. . Tobias Sellsrs, Recorder of Montgomery •ounty. George ff. Pawling, Clerk of the several Courts of Montgomery county. , Richard Bceson; Prothonotary, Clerk of Oyer and Terminer, and Quarter Sessions of Fayette county. James Piper, Register, Recorder & Clerk ?f Orphans' Court of Fayette county. « ' John ty. Helrick, Prothonotary of York •ounty. John Stable, Register of York county. Benjamin Zeigler, Recorder of York co. George. Augus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

\ . t«' ¦ . * t —. ,, — , "•L'-iFHE CASE.;SETf.LEb. . ihe rennsylvanian has the following true remarks in reference to the recent decision of the rSupremc Court oil the subjectof county appointments. If ever a gang of political' desperadoes were., completely foiled in all £heir: attempts against the rights of- the people and the constvtution..bf;.the commonwealth, it ts Messrs. Ritner, Stevens, Penrose andBurrowes. The fact is, they have sunk themselves and their party so low that federalism will not again get the ascendency in Pennsylvania for the next half century. "We publish this morning the unanimous opinion of the Supreme Court, delivered on the 4th Inst., in reference to the Recordership of Deeds for the county of Philadelphia, deciding the question in favor of the appointment made by Gov. Porter. Present, Chief Justice Gibson, and Judges Sergeant, Rogers and Kennedy. After the decision, Col. Swift who had been appointed by Governor Ritner, conductcd^MrrGcorge Smith, wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

JLMERICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON & CORNMAN. ^ ^ ^ fc CARLISLE: * TUUnSDAY, FEBRUARY 1'1» ISSO* _ , —— ¦ , ¦ ... -_-.-r::..:i^-Lrr=-,-~ -- ' iv^ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS SECONDSESSION. IN SENATE. Thursday, Feb. 7. After the reception of some reports and private petitions— ' Mr. Clay, of Kentucky, presented a memorial, signed by a large number of the inhabitants of the District of Columbia, remonstratingagainst the interference of the citizens oFother parts of the country in the subjeci of slavery in the District, and against any action on tlie part of Congress in compliance with such unauthorized interference. Mr. Clay addressed the Senate nearly two hours in an earnest, animated, and most eloquent exposition of his views of tlie subject presented by the memorial, andin opposition to the proceedings and ulterior designs of the abolitionists. Mr. C. concluded by moving (as the memorial demanded no legislative action) fhat-jtbe laid on the table, and be printed; which motion (afterafew remarks from Mr. Calhoun, expressing his great satisfaction at the views and sentiments delivered by Mr. Clay) was agreed to nem, con.; and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

-MARRIBD:. v On the 17th ult. by the Rev. J. Ulrich, Mr. George Seirer, of East Pennsborough township, to Miss Susan M. Bell, of Harrisburg.- ..--• ,"--• ¦" r " , On the Sist tilt, by the Rev. Henry Atirand, MrJChrislian Wolf, to Miss Sarah Berr, both of North Middleton-township. * it On the 24th ult. by the Rev; Mr. Rosenmiller, Mr. Richard Windemaker, to Miss Margaret Gardner, both of Papertown;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

MHsBoZuHon of Co-partnership. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers under the firm of John H. Weaver 8c Co. was dissolved oh the 7th Inst, by mutual consent—all persons indebted to the late firm will please call with John H. Weaver-, in whose hands the book accounts, notes, duebills,' 8cc. are left for collection, and to whom payment must be made. . JOHN H. WEAVER, ANDREW RICHARDS. Carlisle, Feb. 14, 1839. N. B.—The public are respectfully informed that the subscriber continues to do business at the old stand. JOHN H. WEAVER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

TURNPIKE ELECTION. THE Stockholders of the Harrisburg, Carlisle and Chambersburg Turnpike Road Company, are hereby notified, that in pursuance of an act of the Legislature, an election will be held at the house ot Maj. Jacob Rehrar, in the borough of Carlisle, on Mondayjthe fourth day of March, 1839, then and there to elect THREE MANAGERS for said company. JOHN IRWIN, President. February 14,1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

To the heirs' arid legal representatives of SAMUEL NEIDIG, late of Frankford township deceased. TAKE NOTICE that 1 will hold an Inquisition on a writ of Partition and* Valuaiion, on the premises late of Samuel Neidjg, 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, 1839. S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD "" -"'" TORRHN*. ' AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. T HE subscribers will lease for one or more years, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is one of the best locations ill Virginia for carryinj- on the business on an extensive scale, as there is abundant room and the materials are ample. A number of the Vats are under cover, and all the buildings are ot the most suitable kind—betides the grinding of Bark (which can he got convenient and atfair prices,) is done by water power. Any quantity ot 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 tor getting hides from the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, cither by rail road or canal. There is, likewise, n demand at this place for a large quantity of Lcatlitr annually by the Government.. Possession will be given immediately. For further particulars enquire of , HUGH GILLEECE 8c CO. Harper's Ferry, Feb, 7, 18...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

VALUABMT FROPSRTY /FOR SALE. ,~ ..... VThesubscriber will sell,on Wednesday the 20/A of February nexii A TRACT OF LAND, situate In SavilleiownThlpy Perry county, containing 1$ acres, mora or leij, having thereon erected an elegant • _ . gjSLWOOLLEN FACTORY ^HI4|K(NOTEQuixLBD LV PgHUT OOCT.TT. (JMBJMi ... also, a ¦ GRIST MKLIi; .... ,,.On the most improved plan. The other buildings are; a, large two story FRAME HOUSE; good half Barn, pmt.other necessary buildings:,; Th,ere, is also a SAW MILL on the property^ propelled ^ by Buffalo creek, on which the other machinery Is erected; which Is a never falling stream, sufficient to propel a Flutter wheeled Saw Mill till Jalyi. together with all the other machinery.., An indisputable title will-be given; and terms made known oh tho day of sale. - -^ip;—3—— — FRANCIS ENGLISH. Saville towjishlp, Perrv county, ? January 24, 1389. 5 *t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

- - ,. NEW . FLOUR & FEED STORE; THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends' and the.pjiblic in general; that .he has (opened a FLOUST. and FEED STORE at his old stand, (corner of Louther, and Bedford,) where he intends keeping' for.sale „. WHEAT AND* RYE FLOUR by the barrel or smaller quintity, Buckwheat Arid Corn Meal, Chop and Bran, Corn, Rye ti OatS\ all of which he intends keeping constantly on hand, and hopes to receive a snr.re of the public patronage. " , He has also on hand a few bushels of Sfirhtg Wheat for seedk which he offers for sale. JOHN PROCTER: Carlisle, Jan. 24, 1839. :.'»'. P.S".— He still cohtinb'ss to carry oh Hie Silver Plating at the' bid stand, and has constantlv on hand a good ossorttnent of plated Saddlery, such ns Stirrups, Bitts; Harness-mounting and Coach work. Platingfof Coach Makers done m the best manner and with despatch. J.P.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

FOR RENT, THAT large ,nnd commodious white house, situate in High street,. jn the. borough of Carlisle, opposite the Ppsf Office, having extensive back buildings thereto attached, at present in theoccupnncy.of .Capt. Edward if. Bfddla, calculated for any kind of business: Possession given oh the 1st of April next.. -For terms apply to - ' v, ISAAC TODD, Agent of I. L. Todd. Jan. 34, 1889. . - ,- tf. _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

DIED: .... ' On Saturday morninglast, at the residence of her son Capt. Sajhuel Woods, in Dickinson township, Mrs; Jane WoodsjA the 77th year of hcr.'age. '/On the Slst ult. at his residence, ia Derry township, Westmoreland county, Mr. Robert McCoy, formerly of Carlisle, in the S7th year of his age-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

-. THE JWABKETS., ¦ .' . CORRECTED. WEEKLY. . -.-'"" -TPer-Carlisle. ijBalt. Phila .Flnuh superfine, bbl: %7 25. 8 12 .8 50 RyeFlfnir, S 25 IfljSO 5 00 Corn Meal,'":'- "~ " "100 4.00" 4 00 Wheat, bu, 1 SO 1 80 1 68 Rye,; •• I 00 1 CO 1 00 Corn, 1 00 ,87 87 Oats, . -40 50 47 Cloverseed, :16 00 1300 16 00 Flaxseed, 1 12 1 62 1 42 Plaster, ton .0 00 0 00 0 00 Whiskey .'. . gal. . 44 40 41 Pork.T ¦" ">. 10. 9 10: Beef, i~. 10 10 00 Leather.sole -,.X "'""'23' g3 00 ~Pd, upper I 00 00 j, .00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

Estate of John Sheaffer, deceased. NOTICE. LETTERS of Administration have been issued to the subscriber on the estate of John Sheaffer, late of East Pennsborough township, deceased. AH persons having claims against said estate will present them for adjustment and those who are indebted are requested to make immediate payment. JACOB SHEAFFEh.AdmV. East Pennsborough township, ? February 7, 1839. 5 6'-*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

ATTENTIONMIULERS !- fjfENRY FLINCHBAUGH has invented n jrjB.3elf.tightening Bush for Merchant Mills t»r which lie has a patent. It is superior to any thing of the kind ever invented, and'can be seen in operation at Mr, John Agnew's mill, in the Borough of Carlisle. Millers would do well to call and examine,for,themselves. ¦ February JV1839;—3t;- ": —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

CHEAPER THAN EVER* THE subscribers beg leave to inform the public in general'that they have associated themselves under the firm of Sheaffer & Shultz, for the purpose ol conducting the mercantile" business at'this place; where we intend constantly keeping on hands a large and general assortment of Dry Goons, Groceries, 8cc; 8tc. .We invite all to give us a call. ' ¦ GEORGE-SHEA FFER, JOSEPH SHULTZ. _, • Mount Rock, Feb. 7, 1839. .St. N. B. All those knowing themselves indebted tome can make payment at the' store; as the books are left there. — -.—^ GEO. SHEAFFER:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

~ . - ¦ ATTENTION CUMBERLAND GREENS! I,, g ^ You are ordered to fE^ Hm*' parade at the public y£?V«0 ^Skiwl house of Mr. John Corn-^^CjBSrj|AjS4iev man, in Carlisle, on "^= Ss£fafflKBL.l$l Fr'day the 22d of Feb-^ 05SH0nJpBMK|^ruary"at 10 o'clock, A. <#": "" - ."^Sj* ^^tA., equipt for drill—at mJiUi^viafj^mi m.O "which time u"n adjourned court of appeal will'be held where all those interested may attend.. • " A. LAMBERTON.Capt. February 7, 1839.

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