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

MARBLE. I TARE this method of returning my sincere & thanks to the public for the liberal encour. agement which I have received from them for theTast five years; for in that time I have furnished marks for more than five hundred graves'; and J have now become « perfect judge of marble and also the workmanship. Feeling desirous to continue the business L 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 paying any 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. ¦ r. ,., . '. „- JOHN HATFIELiJ. Carlisle. April 11,1839. 3t N. B.. Persons who have engaged Gravestones of me. prior to this will take bare that: they payno one without my order or consent. j. H.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

WANTED HSttBflBDIATBI.y, A JOURNEYMAN SADDLER, to whom £%. constant employment and liberal wages will be.given. Apply to the subscriber residing in Roxbury, seven miles east of Garlisleron the Txindlff Spring road. »'-.,« ,Mn WILLIAM DEAN. April 11, 1839. 3.

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

For the Volunteer. To Amelia. - POETRY. If 'twas to please thee I would wear A nodding plume and gay cockade, And think myself the finest there Of all the lads upon parade. If 'twas to please thee, I would go . At masquerade with only thetf. And think myself the happiest beau, I'm sure none happier there could be. If'twas to please thee, I would wear The ring thou gav'st me t'other day, And deem the relic precious/ rare, Of all the gems that deck the gay. If, 'twas to please theeNl would try, In ev'ry thingftiou could'st command, E'en perils, hardships, I'd defy T.hem all, to gain thy lovely hand. And then indecTd, I'would be blest With such a treasure bright and gay, 'Twould calm the tempest in my breast And drive commotion far away. " ,".'- DEMUTH. Carlisle Barracks, April fi, 1839,/

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

Register's Notice* - / Register's Office, ? Carlisle, March SO, 18S9. J NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all Legatees.rCreditors and other persona, 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 30th day of April, A. D. 1839, viz: The administrationjtccount of IsaacJVddams. Administrator of Harkness Addams, deceased, filed by Hetty Addams,-Administratrix of said, Isaac. _ 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 Snever ly, Executor* of Jacob Abrahams, deceased. The administration account of Alexander Sharp, Administrator of William M. Sharp, flAf At>OA«l - , ... ..,-.. Tiio administration account of Alo«an Jw Sharp, Administra...

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

. Assignee account. Notice is hereby given that the account of Jacob Rupp, Assignee of Lewis Zearino, lias been presented to the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, for confirmation and allowance, and said Court have appointed the 50th day of April inst. for its consideration, and rule on all concerned to shew cause why it shall not be confirmed and allowed. -."" .. , GEORGE; SANDERSON, Proth'iii ."' Prothbhotarjr's OflSce, ?» ¦ - Carlisle', April 6, 1839.5 ¦

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

Speech itf JUr. iParsons On the Bill to provide for the pay, emoluments, ahd perquesitesof the troops recently' in the servile of the Commonwealth. In Senate, March 1839.—In reply to Mr. Penrose, and othei 3. Mr. Parsons addressed the Senate as follows: > Mr. Chairman:—When I took my seat on this floor, as a Senator of Pennsylvania, and took that oath which every Senator is required by the constitution to take, and became a member of this dignified and honorable body, I supposed that this body assembled for some purposes known and recognized by the laws of the land: I thought we came here to deliberate and decide upon what laws were necessary for the general good of the community. I • did not imagine that this Senate chamber was to be converted into an amphitheatre, where gladiators were to enter the lists to exhibit their skill in arms or in personal assaults, for the amusement or f ratification of those who may be lookers on. had supposed that when men received such.e...

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

Estate of Joseph Walter, deceased. Notice. "WTOTICE is hereby given to all persona in-_L^| debted to the Estate bt Joseph Walter, late of Silver Spring township Cumberland County, dee'd., to make payment as soon ai possible to the subscribers residing in said township, and those having claims against said deceased will preient them properly authenticated for settlement. - . . DAXIEL WALTER, . .,..„..:.' JACOB WALTER, „!, .. Mministratore. Match 21, 1839. 6t* .

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

-. .' GARDEN SEEDS '+/• .. irall their variety, among which is the choicest ucumber kinds, a smalt Jot of flower seeds, to e had at the store of ,. "If JOHN GRAY, Agent. Carlisle, April 4,1839. . • • -

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

REMOVAL. THE. subscriber, thankful for past favnrs, hereby gives notice that he has removed His Tailoring- Establishment to-South Hanover street, next door to the mora of AA/illtam /i««U —»J——-¦,- ..^..uoltw Z3rcictu*a hotel. He trusts by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of public patronage. HENRY S. HITTER. Carlisle, April 11,1839., • 3t

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

R. B. GUTHRIJE At SON, THANKFUL for past favors, respectfully inform the citizens of Carlisle and the public generally, that they haveTemoved their Clock it Watch malting Establishment to No. 9 Harper's Bow, where all work in their line of business 'vill be thankfully received and promptly attended to. Carlisle, April 11, ,1839. 3t

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

STRAY HORSE. A stray gray horse supposed to be about nine years old and blind of both eyes, came to the premises of the subscriber living in Westpennsborough township, Cumberland county, about the 21st of last March. The owner is requested to come and prove property, pav charges and take him away, or he will be disposed of according to law. • ¦ . - JACOB KINCH. April 11, 1839. 3t»

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

To the Heirs and Legal Representatives of MICHAEL QUIOLEY.late of the Bor-. ough of Carlisle, deceased: TAKE NOTICE that I will hold an Inquisition oh a writ of Partition or Valuation, on the premises late of Michael Quigley, dec/d, on Monday the 29th day of April,1839,at 10 ©''clock -A.-M,-where-all-inter«sted;mnv-Bttehdi— bu a, .JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's $yiBce, . ? Carlisle, April 11; 1839. 5 3t

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

TOQUBOREJUTORS. Take notice that we have applied to the Judges of theCourt of Common Pleas ofCumberland county;.-.forthe penefi£of_theInsolvent Laws of this Commonwealth,, and their have appointed Tuesday the 30th day. of April for theTearing of as and .our. creditors,- when and where you mayJattendifyou thfnkproper..'. , .-..-•¦,.- ALEXANDER MULLlSr, . ^ . DAVID JAME& -viasj> BARSHARXSTAUB,-Stn. jaco pweibLey. ^ william b.milligan, •«.;,." jamessteene. •". - April 11,1839; • • 3t

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

Trusteeship •Iccotini. Notice is hereby given that the acponnt of George Brittain, Trustee of Thohas Eixiot, has been Dresented_to-the-Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, for confirmation and allowance, and said Court have appointed the 30th-day of April inst. fop its consideration, »nd rule on all concerned to appear and shew cause why it shall not be confirmed and allowed. GEORGE SANDERSON, ProtVv, p^thdnotary'a Office, > Carlisle, Aptd 8, 1839.5

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

¦-J& JIUNt&P AJfJORi AT TOR NaT- AT 1»AJ5!?,. BAS his office in South Hanover streetj two door$ south pftheoffide te«nljy6c6npied _ dee. Hepburn, and nearly opposite Allen's, fordierly Macfarlane's hotel. Carlisle, April i, 1839. ', 3t

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

IVom the Harrisburg Reporter. Pretended "jRio*" Cases. ^ The prosecution commenced by Stevens, Burrowes and Penrose, against several gentlemen who had been selected as the objects of their party vengeance, on an alleged charge of riot in December last, when the schemes of these conspirator's against the laws and constitution of Pennsylvania, were so signally defeated by the calm determina--f-"^*V»« ingulfed nenplg^ came-... yi...-uay before the court--c—u-u~. - y—1*» known efforts of the conspirators to. procure a conviction in this case, in the vain hope of producing a re-action1 in public opinion, which they feel has placed the seal of everlasting infamy upon their foul plot, gave to this, trial peculiar interest, and attracted to the court house a large crowd. The court having ordered the trial to proceed, Mr. Fisher, for the prosecution, stated his intention to try but two or three, or one of the individuals at a time as the case might be. When Mr. Pray was called on to pl...

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

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON 8c CORNMAN. ' —r~ ¦9.-.$$3-4UQ-t ' - '"^M^Vi&WM'* -J^^^§f/^^ ¦ CARLISLE; ~^~' THURSDAY, APRIL. «5, 1839.

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

gcyWc are reluctantly compelled'to divide Col. Parsons' speech, in order to make room for an abstract of the proceedings in the Dauphin County'ifio.urt, in reference to the pretended "Riot and Treason" cases which have been so much spoken of in the federal antirhasonic prints for the last three or four months. Our readers will perAive that the conduct of the, federal leaders in this particular, as in every other outrage they have been guilty of for the last twelve months, has but sunk tliem_deeper in the slough of infamy and disorac*e. This last act in the drama,of the federal conspiracy has exploded, and nothing now awaits the conspirators but the scorn and' detestation of an indignant community. So long as this Republic endures, so long will the names of Thomas H. BurroWes and his infamous ad: juncts in the Senate and House be. held up as beacons to warn those who come after them of the deen and damning disgrace which attaches ^Unprincipled demagogues who 'seek to subvert the li...

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

MARRIED: v On Tuesday, evening. last, by the Rev-Henry Aurand, Mr Ephraim CornmAn, junior, editor of this paper, to Miss Barbara Shrom, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Shrom, airb'f "this Borough. ¦ ¦• ¦ ¦ , On the same evening, Mr. Conrad Lamison, of this borough, to Mrs. Mary Black, of North Middleton township. -

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

domestic .IttachmeiU. WHEREAS in-pursuance of anact of" the General Assembly of the Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania, an Attachment hath been granted by the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace iri and forthecountyof Cumberland/at theinstance of John Wunderlich and Peter S. Artz, trading [lately] under the firm of 'Wunderlich & Arli,' against Robert Stockton of said county, whereon certain Roods, chattels and effects, of the said Robert Stockton have been attached, and are now in the custody of Benjamin Reynolds and John Carey until they shall be disposed of according tffilaw. Notice is ,therefore~hereby given to thefcreditors of the said Robert Stockton, to appear at tfie office of the subscriber, in the borough of Shippensburg, ori Friday the 31st day of May next, at $ o'clock, P. M. then and there to discover and make.proof of their demands, agreeably to the directions of said act of .Assembly. JACOB SNIIJER. SliTppensburg, "April 25, 1839. 3t

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