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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

--For Sflue*^ ,'•-•¦^'•" A set of firatrnte PUMP MAKERS' TOptS" Enquire of the Eiitorsqf the V«lunte.er; , April 4. 1839. "¦ ¦ ' ""¦ ." " .•",; " - .:

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

-:•:.:- GARDEN SEEDS In all their variety, among which is the choicest cucumber.kinds, a small lot of Power seeds, ty be had at the storeof „ ¦-¦< ¦' .," ; "^5''. :'. v,r(;; ¦ JOHN GRAY, Agent. •Carlisle, April;4, J889. ;'

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

.ATOICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON k CORNMAtft. • ^^^|i^^^l V ;' > CARIilSIiE! THURSDAY, APBII. 18, le(3». , ,

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

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Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

•Appointments by the Town Council. Jacob Souier, Esq. to be Treasurer, of' the Borough"; iind Clerk to Council. Stewart,Moore, High Constable. ..,,';, Michael Mathews & ''Simoi? "WunderMch, . Street.Cbmmissiohera."' _/ _. _''..,. James H. Devor, Esq.s Peter Gctsiiali. & Bernard Hbndel, Street Regulators. Judge Hepburn's Charge to the Grand Jurylwiti. be found on the first page, to which we invite the attention of our reader^ We invite attention to the remarks of Gen. Miller in reply to Mr. Williams and-other federal Senators. ' From a perusal of the remarks, we are inclined to -the- opinion that Mr. W., for once,."wakened up the wrong passenger." The, thirteenth Seriatorial'District'has reason to he prbud'"ot her fearless and intelligent democratic representative. . ¦~Mrr.Parsons' -Speech.—We have perused with pleasure this masterly "reply to the three'days' speech of Senator Penrose, ahd shall >ay"it before? our readers next' week.— If ever mortal man r...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

A SHOCKING TRAGEDY. '- An Jimerican Mother and her. wrcc Daughters Murdered by Pirates. A foreign journal received by the recent arrival at New York, under date,of Athens, January 7th, furnishes the details of one of the most revolting instances of piracy and murder, to be met with in the calender of crime. It js stated that on tlie 10th of November last the Turkish schooner,. Clierkaj Schergf (The Prophet's Mahtie) anchored in the Bay of Patras, its crew consisted of Captain Said, of Vouria; and nine others. The vessel carried, besides eight passengers, a German antiquary,.M. Hundschift Mr. & Mrs. Davidson, of Carolina, with their threee daughters, and two young Turks-. Abdallah and Hussien, twin'sons -of the Aga of Kars. The cargo consisted of Cashriiere shawls, Oriental trinkets, Circassian embroidery, and other valuable articles.. On the evening of the 12th, the crew and passengers returned op board, and on the 13 th at dawn the vessel was to saiK The Patras fish...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

: ;A FLYING FISH. . ¦-.-.: ' Quitp. a curipsitymay be seen at tho Philadelphia Exchange.; It is a remarkably fine specimen of a flying fish; taken bn beared of the brig Pennsylvania, lately from Malaga.to this port. Tlie vessel was sailing at the time, at'the rate'of six miles per hour. ' Suddenly the Captain saw one of his menknocked down against a cask, and heard him cry out lustily for help. • On hastening to.his assistance, lie was found to be bruised in • the face, from whichblopd was trickling. - The cause of "the disaster was.soon .after ascertained ".to be'a remarkably large flying-fish, which was picked up dead, and with the loss of an eye, which had been knocked out by its contact" with a sail, through which the fish had passed, and afterwards with the face of the unlucky sair lor. This flyirig-fish. is certainly the finest specimen of the kind we have /ever seen.—• We learn it is the intention of Capt. Veacock to allow it to remain at the Exchange for a few days, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

. DIED: Vih Mechanicsburg, ori Thursday the 11th inst. Alfred-Ewing, youngest son of George F. and Sarah Cain, aged 3 years 4 months & 15 days; ' /. , '-' • , "Sleep on sWeet child and take thy rest. Beneath the heavy clay. And rise to be forever blest, In one eternal day." - '•

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

M>It&WIJYG OT PJIIWTIJYG. The Trustees of the Carlisle Female Seminary, have engaged Mad'lle Victoria de St. Omerj to give instructions in Pencil and Crayah Drawing arid Painting in India Inklofi Water Colors. Mad'lle de St Omer was a pupil of, the Royal drawing school of Paris, and obtained the second prize medal of that institution. , - Application may be made to her at the rooms of her sister, Mrs. .Drown, teacher in the French "and Music department of tlie sem'mary,-"atrth~e' residence of Mr. Charles Barriitz, South Hanover street, Carlisle. Price of instruction per quarter, $6 00 By order of the Board, ' JOHN REED, President. Carlisle, April 15, 1839. 3t» '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

ASSIGNEE ACCOUNT. Notice is hereby given that the account of Jacob Ru'pp, Assignee of Lewis Zearing, has been presented to the "Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, for confirmation and allowance, and said Court have appointed the SOth day bf April inst. for its consideration, and rule ori all concerned to shew cause why it shall not be confirmed and allowed. . . . GEORGE SANDERSON, Prbth'y. Prothonotary's Office, ? Carlisle, April 8, 1839. S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

ARNOLD & CO. At their New Store in 3fec'hanicsburg, Havejust received and are. now opening a large and splendid assortment of entirely NEW GOODS, to which they respectfully invitethe. attention of those who are-desi^ rous of purchasing new. and cheap goods/—; Their ..stock consists in part of Muslins; Tickings, Drillings, Summer Stripes, Mixtures and all kinds of goods suitable for gentlemen's wear, blue, black-, brown and green ¦ '..'-'SUMMER SLOTHS,". ".; Linen Drills, iHempen..Cords,.Honey. Comb Ribbs, Victbrines; Gambpgettti and Newark Stripes,.a large aBSofhrient.,<)^, SUMMER TESTINGS, (Marseilles, Silk, Satin, 'VeU vet, Plain and, Figured,),-Lawns,. Challies, Chintzes;- Borhbazeens,' Linen -Cambric Handkerchiefs, Fancy Silk, Gauze, ..Blond arid Hernai-DressTHatidkercniefsT^Iridiair Swiss; Mull and Jaconet'Muslins;, plain, figured arid c'ross-bar'd Corded Skirtsi'&'c:' CHINA, GLASS & QUEENS WARE; together with a^general, assortment ofl~'~ Groc...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

NEW_Cir,(M>DS!}: -:; AIfDREW ~ RiciHAAl>^, Is now opening a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer . adonis^ <A M the south-east corner of Market Sauare, well known as Bredin's Corner, and recently occu/iiid by Geo. IV. Crabb, comprising in, part Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible Green, Adalade and Brown ; ' ' - CLOTHS. Ribbed, Striped and Plain.CASSIMEBES; a splendid assortment of BlackTBlue-black,Grecn, Mause, Fawn, ¦ Slate* Gro de Naple; Gro de Ssya, Gro de Sein, and Ress Italian SlLKSi Florence assorted colors,'.together with a splendid assortment of Raigues, Figured Silks, a variety of Prints and Chintzes, new style Lawns, Mouslindelaines, Ginghams, Painted, Cross-barred, Striped, Jaconett Be Cambric Muslin, a fine assortment of _ :.'... CAMCOES, a superior assortment ot Veils'and Handkerchiefs, a general-assortment of Summer, figured and plain Satin /: :-;-tiVESTINGS,. Summer Cloths, Sattinets, plain and striped Linens, Irish.Linens,Velvet Cords, Be...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

.; NEW GOODS. JUST received and now openinir at the store of the subscribers, corner,of Hanover and LoutlMy streets, Carlisle, a general assortment of SIP/ftllVG & SUMMER GOODS* Spring Chintzes", Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Muslindelaines, Challies, Veils; Bonnets,' Ribbons; Cadet Cloths, Cassimeres, and' fine Satinets. Also, a first rate assortment of Domestics, /such as brown ahd bleached Muslins, Tickings ^ Table Cloths, withh great variety of stuffs for GerlUemen'sSummer Wear.-such asSummer Cloth, French Velvet, Drillings and plain Linens ofallkirids, Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and Nankeens—Stocks, Cravats, Breasts and Collars, Gloves and VESTINGS. Also agood assortmeiifpf w Qtiettisu>are and Groceries, all of which will be sold low and on accommodating terms. The public are respectfully invited to call and examine before niakingthelr purchases, and thc^wHl_bo'Bur» tt^getbnjrgnina. Carlisle, April 18,1839. . -m r- - '"'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

-,-,: - ,, - NEW-..... C 6 A fe H MI it K 1 N G " EsT.§ni,jrsu.irx:jVT , IN CARLISLE, PA. fM^HE subscriber having just arrived from the east with some of the best workmen that cnulil be procured, is now prepared to finish work in the most fashionable style and of the best materials. He will manufacture any thing in that line of business, such as *. <3AS.S, COA.OHSS,; GIGD, SUJL.KYS dc CARRIAGES, of every description. He has now in his employ probably one of tho best Spring Makers and Coach Smiths that is now in the state. His charges shall be moderate and his work will all. be "warranted. . - =¦ •¦' .''.'¦' Repairing done in the neatest manner and with despatch. - The subscriber humbly,solicits the patronage of the public, for which he 'unit tender his most' sincere thanks. • ' -. ' FRED'K A. KENNEDY. Car/is/e, /Vpri/ J 8, 1839. ,-". i i ;:, . tf..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

^MmLE]S^C3^R^f THE subscriberretiirrts" thanks to his frien'ds and former, customers fbr/pastfavors,' and Would respectfully" inform the public that he continues' to carry on the Fulling Mill of Mr. J. Biirkholder, in South Middletnn township, three and a half miles south east of Carlisle, where he will manufacture'" ; ' . -;-:''-"."'-'-' - "• ¦¦' : ' ¦¦ ' -'•¦'¦¦' ' .....Pl^OTH^,,,..' .;,-Oassimeresi Oassinettp, Bianheits, deck ' . WOOL will be purchased at the market price for.cash, or on the shares to manufacture blankets.. .Wool Carding will also be attended to as usual. . The mill is in good order, being supplied with the best.Cards and apparatus. He pledges himself to do work in the best hianneivand hopes to receive a liberal Ehare'.bf public'patronage. " • ' -: : -' BENJAMIN ELLlS.--:ApHU8, 183"9. 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

CHARLES IVI'CLURE, • i ' ^^^ iAI t.&'vVy;:'. WILL'practice-in-the several Courts of Cumberland, Perry and Juniata. Office in Main street, Carlisle, a few doors west of the PostQffice.,.: .,.',*'..-." ..... '•".. '•;,-. Marbli21; 1839."'"¦¦ ' -k¦'- -' y.--' - If-*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

WANTED HV1IVIEDIATELYJ A;JOURN;EYMAN'SADD,LEK* to whom .conltant employment "and liberal wa'ges will be given. Apply to ihe subscriber residing in Roxbury,. seven miles cast of Carlisle, on the Triridle Spring road.. \. i' • .' .';! -'' ¦<.' WILLIAM DEAN. April 11, 1839. 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

REMOVAL. THE. subscriber,; thankful for; past j favorsi hereby gives notice tliat-hp has removed " ki^ TaUorlnK EstabUaBfneiit "i:'''' to South Hanover street, next door to the store of William Gould and nearly, opposite Beetem's hotel.; He trusts by strict attention to business; to merit'"a"c'o'ntinuahce ofpublic'patronagc,' " , HENRY S. HITTER. Carlisle, April 11,1839. . „,/.*..,. ; 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

DR. J. G. NEFF, .. SIJRC3-EOW DBM.TIBTi RESPECTFULLY informs the.ladies and gentlemen of Carlisle and its vicinity that he-sets-Artificial Teeth in the most approved manrier;.-;He also scales, plugs and separates teeth to arrest decay. • Dr. N. prepares a'tooth powder, which whitens the teeth * without injuring the enamel, colors the gums a fin<! red and refreshesthe mouth.-The tooth-ache will be cured, in most cases, without extraction; and_an odontalgic wash is prepared, for healing soregums and ,fasten the teeth;'.''"' * • •'"'. '' :" i . '¦. ; •;./:''.'"'!..'...'-'. '. ' ..'!¦: . Ladles and gentlemen are!requested to call and examine his/ccUecfi6n' of.; P.oi'celain or Incorruptible teeth, which will never decay or change color, and arc free from all unpleasant odour, durable and well adapted for\chewing, which will be inserted in the best manner and at fair prices. ' .--"; . .AU. person's.wj&&E2'&2--K; t<* call, at .^heir dwellings wilfple...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 April 1839

. REMOVAL. T HE'subscriber returns thanks to his friends former customers for past favors, and respectfully informs the public that he has removed hisSOAf & CANDLE MANUFACTORY, a few doors west of the Volunteer office, in Church alley, where-lit; will-.constantly, keep on hand a supply of Candles arid Soap, which lie will dispose of on accommodating terms to all who may favor him with their custom. The highest price will be given for Tallow, Soap Fat and Ashes. ¦ - : ' ; ..'¦". GEOR.GE REISINGERr .. Carlisle, AprjlJ1..1839.;../.T ,.=v., . / ,.,3t/

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