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

REGIMENTAL ORDERS., . «•'¦; .,| TKe first Battallion 86tli Regiment ' :;'/Al Pennsylvania Militia, Will parade, at ' ""'" HV Mechanicsburg, on Monday the- 13th;' " JSS8)k and the second Battalion at Carlisle, oh J^l Tuesd'ay^he-14th' .bf May.-flext; in.x i; STfBl Battalions to be formed at 10 o'clock, ry\iT^'P^^7 ^X^WISHYEftTpT 'II. Col. Comd'g.„86thReg. P.'M; - :«=Sfc. April 11,18S9.' .':'' • '.",: ';.'.;¦"-• i-'. ."-':

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

Icj.^ '."wootoh"x'r.•>*;;.'.;^ HnHET public will take notice that letters of ad-X ministration on the estate of Jacob V^illiams, Iftte ot North Middleton township deceased, have this day been issued to the subscribers who re-Iquesfc^aHipersons having claims or ^ demands^t gaipstthe estate of the said-decedent, to make known .the same to Vhem without delay, and all -Who are indebted to said estate to call and settle the sarhlfr Without delay. DAVID WILLIAMS; Residing In N. MIddleton townshib. 70HN WILLIAMS, Residing in] Newton township. ' April 8,1839. . 6t ^

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

To the Heirs and/Legal Representatives, of MICHAEL QUIGLEY, late of the Borough of Carlisle, deceased: TlAKE;NOTICE that! will hold an. Inquisi--tion on a writ of Partition or Valuation, on the premises late of Michael Quigley, dee'd, on «onday the 29th day of April,1839,at 10 o'clock A. M.- where oil interested may attend. ¦. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, ? . ... Carlisle, April 11, 1839.5 """ 3t

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

FdnWiAjapsNG &. ooiyimseeioN ' -,:r /-o-;.:>.c!f:B©TJSir5r7c5; ; ^'" ^~5tURttA\^&, -^LEMI^:' ,:v-, CABLlStE, CUMBJ^tAljp.-Cqii.NJ'Y, -' HAyE,er^. cKd.h/:Warehbuse.flnViii5^RAIL /ROAB,:nt.theiwest.endrOf.-High,.strent, directlj; .opJj'osjte'Dickinson |jbllege('rwliei;'e:they cSn-at all times receive and'tfor'wtfrtf ftiei'cfiabdize'and-produce 'tbrBiiliidelphirf,;fehambeK-> burg and all intermediate l)laccs, having1 placed Carson<b«sroadlybich.w'ul fun.,:regularlv;j)c--tweep ,T.Carlisl?;and;. Philade,lphia„. by. - Whicfi rr! -9Aa5"aHd..Pr^pce?d£,nll/aeScriptionswiii'.hc Forwarded witficare ariddespatfchj. '¦'" "" ' ':'»' Goods will be'received'at'th'e;1 Vyaffchoiise1-6F Joseph'S.- Lewis,' fr. &" Covfcorhef; of Sroad-antl yine; stt-e.ety,; ,PJijladelphiai;-ahd: Fca-n-axdecl ;Zto Carlisle, Chambersburg^ arid UU interuifi'diate places.' •' - "" "'-^j- ,'--".-;".,..;¦' Carllsle,.ApriU.J839,-.---^i^-'i^SA»-»-~-

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

¦^iPE^tE^ 'm # % '& Ootx^Bsion^c^^dtagi^eTpii^aint :&JY.ieo'mfr\^r^:ff^ne'tUi^Uad:e^'ia, •j A/'RE prepared io-.reccire and effect? sales ' M ^L-'fdlKrpducej-^eroJ^hd^i'l^ ^ liich-irtjiy be entrusted "to their care. Liberal advances will be' made on cbnSignmems_untiLsalcsarc-cf---fected.— ~ '. , ...-.' . l'rodbce aiid rherchahtl.fee'Ieft.n't'/tlic. Ware^ house of Messrs. Murray fe Fleming,. Carlisle, shall receive prompt attention, and all merchandize, &c. left with us will'be forwarded to Cat- . lisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate places, on the rail road, with care and despatch, at the lowest rates-of freight. - j " April 4. 1839. "¦ ; , 5m

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

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the Post Olnuc at Dick. lNSOtr, l"n. 30th March, 1BSD. •"-- ¦ Benson Sarah A- Eliz'th Norris Kli BlakeleyGeorge^-r- .Prier Wm - -¦;---Brussmari Peter ySwigert George' Carl Peter Swigert Joseph Cbover Adam, - Thomas Ht-uy Meyers Benjamin ' Williamson Jnhjsrh -M'Cofmiclt Gftorge - Williams L»tt.r;;e ¦'• ' Nagle Barton, M. M, -'.;.-.' A. G MILLER,iP;^r.

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

: ¦ Trustee.tth.iM Jtr.rmmn* • VNotrecTIs. hereby given'that the account of George Brittain, Trustee of TnoaAa Elliot, has been presented to the Court of Cpramon Pleas of Cuinberland cobnty>' for" corifirmar tion and allowance, and said Court have appointed the SOth day of April inst-. for.its consideration-, and rule on all concerned to appear and shew cause why it shall not be confirmed and allowed. GEORGE SANDERSON, Proth'y. Prothonotary's Office, ? . Carlisle, April 8, 1839. j"

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

Take notice .that .we have applied to the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of .Cumberland county, for the benefit of the Insolvent Laws' of "this .Commonwealth,; ahd.-th*y hVvfe appointed Tuesday the 30th dayof April for "the hearing of hs and our creditors, when and where you may attend if you think proper. ALEXANDER MULLm, DAVJD JAMES. BARN HART STAUB.-Stn. JACOB WEIBLEY. WILLIAM B. MILLIGAN, .TAMES STEENE. . Anril 11.1839. -'¦" • 3t

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

, S. JOPJVJLAP, ADAIR, ••'A,Sft.-b/B^'M.T^.-&j*.viiAi, wV JK3KAS-!hi*ofl5Ge*intSoutli--Hariover"Stre/efriwo JUL, doors southvofthp office recently occupied by .Jiidge',"Hel jiburn, an'd.peai;I.y opposite Allen's, formerlyMacfarlkne's hotel. ' '"" Carlisle, Aoril4; .l8'39.-'J; "' ' - •- ' 3t

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

, ,,.^—^^g^jg^^^fc^^^^^Jj^Jj^^^^^^^J Tfi£/TRtIEfttCttES OFLI?EIS .^tt-'E^t Tir.';'.;/" - W% vbiora rAfl*. /ira/M, and the ability to labor is the wealth of the great mass pf the people in this as in rani other, countries. . 7b preserve, therefore, that health by JYATUNAL meavs, is d grand-moral and political selteme, to fulfil Which required bur'utmost attention. -. THE unparalleled reputation .which Peters Pills have acquired as a Medical Restorative is the most unquestionable proof that canbe given r if their immense importance to the afflicted, In'almort every class1 of'diseases. The number of letters received from patients recovering thro* their means-isreallyprodigious, and- the complaints'which they have cured are almost as varied as they are numerous. But still there are softie in which they, are more especially/ beneficiirf than in'otherss and' amorig those thay be hamed'the tbo often' fatal complaints nf the snv much and bowels; soch as Glrolic; Flatulence, and Indigest...

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

^"TWAWp^^p^pTM^Tf""^ Of the Bwough (tf Oariye, showing the amount of SmaU tm&m aiid the balance unredeemed and outetan^ ALSO'THE EXISTING DEi3TS OP SAID bOROIIGH AND TBUB AMOUNT OF HER ASSETS ' jbR*' i .. .... *'-."'• Cr. ^^iMiwM-*-.«hi ¦¦¦ «^°° k^s^atSnts-^^ *W'« Debt due F. Watte, fer mpney advanced fpr redemptipn pf .,-.„. V°«?P^'«|^^UrVBOROTJGH YET TO BE COJ-LECTED. T^^ric'aruileBank ISSoD. . Balance.of lomlo Moore & Biddley. . ,/ . ,.-«« £ Debt 4ueCarlwle Bank. ;''4 45l Balancefrom estate of A. Ramsey, late Treasurer,- - V ¦ " f ^ 5 Balance mfavor of TbomaaTntnble, Treasurer. ^__*a,004 45i Balancei due from John Reighterind bail, late-ColleCtor, , 277 16 " .» • --¦ Balabce due from Jphn Peters, present Cellectpr, oil on On Dendrite in the; Saving Fund, ffbeiety, -«»? sb . Bafsaee outsianding oh account of sales of Markedheuse. . 89.85. ^ ^^. . ' " r"r~"~ X "'"' "' '" ¦"""•'" ''" '"'' ''":" •'"''' : """" ; " '"'" 13,603 39i [\ > ^ taa " . " ."— Bftlarice...

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

tlVER 003VI7I.AXHT, Cured by Dr. Wm. Evans' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient Pills.' MKS. LY'lLE, Mount .iny, Lanraster ca Prf, cnmpietely reit«irt-d to hmlth, by Mr. ILvauti' Chamnmile Pills. Her symptoms were, Kit-at pain in Iwr riglil sich-, cruld not lie nn her, Itftwithiiut an aggravation nf the pain, clisiurbed ¦ rest." Extreme debility, pains in the luild. loss nf appetite, palpitatiitn nf the htwrt, giddiness and dimness «f sight, langpf, with other syn ptnms inrlicnting great derin.gement in the functions of the liver. Miss Lytie, duughti r nt the. uforesnid Mrs. Lytle, has also hem restou-d to perfect health, bjritbe same invaluahle rnedirinc Her symptrirns were extreme nervoutnei-s, attended with severe pain in her sir'?, sickness nn the stomach, eriirtmns, ike. Mrs. Lytle has the pleasure of informing the public, that numerous cases similar to .her own, (in her vicinity) have been restored to health hy the same Invaluable medicine. General Office for the sale of Dr. Wm. Ev...

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

THRASHING MACHINE .""' ' "V'" "' /' '."'aub.'".' '..." '/.'', "'." '- ;: ^TOara/Fo^nBJa';.,'-.':,/^.., cii'i'<f»i> ixAHUti- fob,. ri.trdsvjifMSi The subscribers.tlianMul for past favonuta^ thiS.method-o'f informing' the; jr tiWlp.Abat'thi stilleontinu*lheTjuirdlfte«fiWiOTft^Afornm and'fterrt-PBWifn.'at^beir' oia-stand,' in Lnuth streetjCarlisle, whererFarrnirs and others its ait all-times bftrSuflpMedv They have- made cobsiderable jinprovement, on the., power a, machine, ar id have alstvattnched a. ,•'..;.. *• ; ;;<GtbVjEK'^HRAjSfiLjEB./' . which Tor durability and simplenessof eonstrt tion is surpassed by none. Having all manner oTcblafidence in the so] riorlty of the abovemention ed machtne.&ctr are willing that Farmers BhallfAttbem- b«£ making-thc-pnrchase- . .-,.. (; -. ..\.\ 'Persons-wishing to purchase Jor examine ; machine will Tleaje ,-raake-appHeaiion-iat i pubHcbPUWpt^r^prnmaB.^lWe-,,;; *¦-..--¦• "NEVIOS & JvllTCHELL j' MayS.lSSB. - ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

Terms 0fPublication. The American Volunteer Is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at T-ao Dollars ptt annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the Jear. . No-Subscription taken fbr'a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid. A 'failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration oOnterm, will be considered a new engagement. Advertisements m\\ be thankfully received, and published at the rate of gl 00 per square lor three insertions, and 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till:fbrbld. Handbills, JBlanki, Cards, tic. neatly executed at short notice,' apd at moderate prices. AGENTS FOR THH VOMmtfEER. Thefollbwing Gentlemen iwill please act as agents for this paperi subscriptionsreceived,and money paid to either of these individuals will be acknowledged by lis. John Moors, Esqi ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

Estatejfjphn Mahdn, deceased. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the' estate of John Mahon, late'of. Newton township, deceased, are respectfully, requested, to • call with the subscriber and settle their respective 'accounts; and all those who" have claims and demands against the estate will present them legally authenticated for settlement. ELIZABETH MAHON, Executrix of said deceased. Jjpujhampton .township, March 21,-1839.. 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. »TiHE subscriber respectfully informs the in-X habitants of Carlisle, and the public generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand, in North Hanover street, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he continues to carry on the; ,.« "Cabitiet Making JtusinesS) in all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself with a new and SPLENDID HEARSE, &c. to accommodate all those who may favor hiih with a call. He .returns his sincere thanks to'his friends and customers tor the liberal encouragement bestowed on him, 8c solicits a continuance of their patronage. He flatters himself that by strict attention to business and a disposition to please, to merit and receive a share of public patronage;. . . N. B. One or Two journeymen Cabinet-Makers wanted.to whom liberal wages„will begiyen. An apprentice will be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. . GODFREID HAAG. Carlisle, December 6, 1838.—tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

JGXCmMJYGE Jtt.f.VA 'AND , ,-.. • SAVINGS IITeTITTJTIOiT, %To. 06 South Fourth st. Philadelphia. CAPITAL 25O.O00 DOLLARS. Often dally, for the transaction of business-from 9A.M.toSP.M., ¦ •-•-.-, »EPOSITES.of money received, lor which thefollowing rateof interest willbeallowed: 1 year 6 per cent, per annum, - 6mos.6 «« ,"¦ 3 «• .4 41 , «« ---_ ' On business depostles, tone drawn at the pleasure of the depositor, no interest will be allowed. Uncurrent nates of solvent Banks, in every part of the United States, will be received as ipeclal deposltes, on such terms as may be a-;reed on in each particular case. .... By order of the Board.-, - . J:DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia, Dec.19,1838. : ' .' ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

. trahseortatioxt • . TO St FROXU PBI&ADEX.PHXA. THE subscriber has made arrangements with Messrs. Humphreys, Dutill & Co Waluuf itreet wharf, Philadelphia, to run a daily line of IThton Canal boats to and from that place; to this ine is'connected a line of cars to run on the Cumjerland Valley rail way to Carlisle,. Chambersmrg, and all intermediate places, thus affording he necessary-facili ties^ of rail way and canal' fansportation, to all persons along the route. It is confidently believed that this airarigement rill materially advantage those who may prefer he Union canal, and every assurance is given hat the utmost despatch will be afforded, and t the, lowest rate of freight. ¦ .; - T5EO.W.LAYNG. Hamsburg, April 4,1839. an

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

BBiaAOE INSPECTORS ORDERS. PWV1E enrolled inhabitants subject to militia . duty residing within the bounds of, the 1st Brigade, 11th Division, P. M. (being Cumberland and Perry counties.) Will parade in companies under their respective commanding officers on the first Monday in May next,'(being the 6th day of May, 1830.) and the Regiments and Battalions will parade for review and Inspection trainings as follows, viz: The 1st Battalion 86th Regiment Militia and the 3d 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 Mav. The 1st Regiment Cumberland Volunteers, on Friday the 17th Of May. The 1st Battalion 39th Regiment Militia, on Monday the 20th of May.. The 2d Battalion 39th Regiment Militia, on 1 uesday the 21st of May. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

. REMOVAL. THE subscriber returns thanks to his friencjs former customers for past favors, and respectfully informs the public that he has 'remnved ins somrarcrA^DtE MANtrpActoSY; a few doors west of the Volunteer office; in Church alley, where'lie.will constantly keep on hand a supply of Candles and Sonp, which, he' wil^dispos'e of on accommodating terms to all who may fiivor him with their custom. The highest price will be given for Tallow, Soap Fat and Ashes. ¦> , GEORGE REISINGER'. Carlisle, April 11, 1839. ' 3t -

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