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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

Mount Rock louepenuent Light • •"•'..~lu •'" ^yifti^^'' •*¦'" '."7-' _i. "**. "itm"are ordered to parade at j' II Newville on Saturday the 4tli jy ,-'¦; day of May next, at 10 o'clock, Ml A. M. The members are reH JjfSi tjuired to appear in complete u-A|M ,-. jniform with arms in good order. ' ¦ •': ¦ ?? ¦ -- An adjourned court of appeal ¦ ''B'lT'•• w'HJ>e held,onsaid;day.bythe "'-^iM .,..:.officers; where all interested are ^!| B^.i.i-Kane^ediOL&ttend:orabide3(irhat -_jyt^» follows.. "'-.¦'¦¦¦¦ .-¦ ! JOHN BLBAN, Capt. ,'r- April 18^1889.-' ¦•¦-.-/ ,¦- ;-: ¦ ~-*\¦¦ -:¦- ,'j

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

¦ •.^spswpi.^bstim'g:, x:; , &gmer.tfrnetfing.<df;the tgpqbleinhfAi* fonts of the $prf>ughof fyrlisJe.wUl b&hetd agreeably .to, a Resolution of (he .JBgard: ;jo/ SctoolMreciaxapfsaidJDisttict, qftfeGmft-, Boxtse, ' mTkeiday-ths! Tthrfay oJMay' mxii at mo o'thek, P-ifif- which meeting gfyilll duly Mganined- «w:deciffe fy fflllot ftsm rnuwa*dwh<aoddUion &symsnQllberaised forJhepurpowjofearrywgMlte,SchoQlsfor m\e^smtg .y(af,stgteeabfy to tfajmrnlMti m<^fi»-hing:tQmmqnM.eha.ojlt,'.l..yr •;•-.-.-;-¦ .:-. r MMB$w$Mm,m*& \:r~^Jm»fTff<miUmfMertt(tryrrr,:.: -^ \ Carlinlt, Aprill$ tsW9. ,

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

For the Volunteer. . Indecision. • POETBX. .:......." * ¦ ¦ ' ' • i ' i What lofty thoughts and noble.minds. Are foiled by fickle reason, ¦ " . And prospects gay drove to the winds By fatal indecision. •> For what avails the wisest plans If vigor.laclts in season, . A failure's eure to ev'ry man Who's sway'd by indecision. The maxim's wise of sages old How e'er they may bear on. ^ Or schemes, though prudent, firm arid bold Will fall by indecision. With energy and firmness may .... One man.o'jersway a nation, When numbers may resolve and try But fail through indecision. . ._.-... ¦-._.-¦ a.:g.-Carlisle, April 20,1839;

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

First Regiment .of Cumberland Volunteers. . ' .',' Parade at Newville oh- Friday the Jirth May, liext.at.lOo'cloek,completely <quipt for inspection. . ¦ ¦ ¦ •'."¦ ¦'¦' •. ¦ ¦',. - " _ _i_ 3. RELSO, Adjutant. . '" April 11,183'9'V- .. ' '';

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

ARNOID& CO. : At their flewrStorein-Mecliamcilmrg^ Have just received and are now opening a kFv^^0ftS;1tVwnWr tn^rlsp^tfull jjmiitlii«W»t1 ii ^ ll-rr-mr-ili .w'i'.Cil,',!, .'..^ Tij^fc rous of purchasing new-and cheap goodsl--Their .stock consists in part of Muslins, Tickings, Drillings, Summer Stripes, Mixtures and all kinds of poods suitablefor gentlemen's wear, blue, black, brown and green SUMMER CLOTHS, Linen Drills.Hempen Cords, Honey Comb Ribbs, Victorines, Gambogettt, and -Newark Stripes, a large assortment of SUMMER VBSTINGS, (Marseilles, Silk, Satin, Vel, vet, Plain and Figured,) Lawns, Challies, Chintzes, Bombazeens, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Fancy. Silk, Gauze, Blond and Hernai Dress Handkerchiefs, India, Swiss, Mull and Jaconet Muslins, plain, figured, and cross-bar'd Corded Skirts, &c. CHINA, GLASS & QUEENS WARE, together with a general assortment of Groceries, Hardware & Cedarwarp. Their goods have been selected with care in the c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

MiMunviJva gr jpmjvtmjvg The Trustees of the Carlisle Female Seminary have engaged Mad'lle Victoria de 6t. Omer, to give instructions "in Pencil and Crayon- Drawing arid Painting in India Ink,and Vvater Colors. Mad'lle de St Omer was a pupil of the Royal drawing school of Paris, arid obtained the second prize medal of that institution. . , v ¦ „;.'._ Application may be made to her at the rooms of her sister, Mrs. Brown, "teacher in the'French and Music department of the seminary, at the residence of Mr. Charles Barnitz, South Hanover street, Carlisle. —Price of instructionjierjjuajrter,„..$6 00 By'order oftheTBoard, ." '" JOHN REED, President.-Carlisle, April 15,1BS9. St»

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

IjcyWe conclude this week the admirable speech of Col. Parsons, and once more invite for it a careful and attentive perusal. | C?*Tuesday next is the day for our citizens te assemble in town'meetirig,7for the purpose of voting the- additional school tax for the ensuing year. As. it is a subject in which all are "deeply concerned, we trust that a general attendance will be given. Suicide.—A German residing in the east erid-Of Louther street, committed suicide oh Tuesday morning last, by, hanging himself in the cellar of his residence. This- same individual attempted to kill himself about two weeks since by cutting his throat, but was prevented from accomplishing his design by the timely arrival of his wife who happened to be out of the house. On Tuesday morning she was engaged in the garden, and taking advantage of her absence, he went to the cellar, fastened the door and with a thin rope hung himself. He was cut down a few minutes after, but the vital spark had fled. The cause of ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON & CORNMANiT / " ."• .;" \\ ill iii Jii if, V'^^Fl'WA^ -' ^ ^^ ^ ^ ;:: CARLISLE: ¦rryr: THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1B3».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

IORGEMEN WANTED. £«X GOOD REFINERS wanted immediate-J5 'y a' Dickinson Forge. Apply to ^ A.G. EGE. May 2,1839. i .,;'.., ^ WItL,IAJW MOUDY, HAS taken tliat well'- ¦ • "i «n • known tavern stand . - ^a^dSffl^ in the" east end of High jfsHSfBHf^^H Street, Carlhle, sign of/SBmlKBB &Szz^. Cofnmodote Perry, late-fiBSHIMs^BIBfe/lglly kept, by-Mr. Williama^MHiMSgH ' Strohm, where he shall beMJfflffimJSBf llilj|% happy at all times to ac-iwBaBttPJM|B8BPfi commodate Waggoners, ' 'TTmirrimmiw Travellers and'others, with all things needful to their comfort and convenience. , H!s Bar shall be conhtantly supplied with the choicest of Liguors, and his Table with the best the markets will afford. A Careful and attentive hostler will always be at hand to wait upon those who may need his services. In short, nothing shall be wanting to render general satisfaction to all who may favor the house with their custom. Carlis/e, May 2, 1839.. ; • 3mo. EVAN'S CAMOMII.E PILLS. A /arge-Snpp/y ofEvan'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

CrOMMEN BALL -wrEBfr ^&H"STnEETxyjcwM., „," i ' The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that'he has taken that well known tavern stand at the West end of High street, in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry Rhoads, and that he is now prepared to accommodate Drovers, Waggoners, Travellers,- and all others who may favor him with a call, in the very best manner. s~ • • . His Table Will be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce. His Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors, and his Stable which is large and convenient, will be in, charge of a careful and attentive ostler. He flatters himself that, from his experience as. an Innkeeper,-he will be able to render general satisfaction. . b GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, Mny 2, 1839. tf .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

BAKERY! s . The subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Carlisle, and its vicinity, that he has commenced the BAKING business, at his residence in Hariover street, next.door to Allen's Hotel, .where he will constantly have on hand Fresh Bread, Cakes, and Beer.'t JOSEPH MERICLE. Carlisle, May 2,1839. . . - - ¦,:."..,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

The best plate for Bargains in Town is tit ' the'Storeof - ARNOIilf As CO., Who have just returned from the c'lty, and would now respectfully announce to their customers that they are prepared to acepmmodato them with all kinds of desirable Spring.& Summer Goods at less prices than they can »be purchased elsewhere. They have jiist opened- ~-y_ ¦-' -~ .: ICase of Fine Straw Bonnets, 1 do .- do' Leghorn do.-SO Pieces Blue Lowell drills, 200 Umbrellas, ' ! 50 Parasols,r:. •• .;.. " 500 Corded Skirts, '..,..'.'. ; Painted L'awn's-and JacpnettsV . ' Mousjine de Lairies and Challies/ Fancy Silk and'Gauze Shawls, ' - .^Vhite andlColored Cotton Hose, Silk, Ljnep and Cotton Glqvcs, ; , '.-:. Gauze apd Mantua Ribhons, ". '¦'/. .Black Silk Velvet, ^ : Gum Elastic Suspenders, &c. &ci v-May'2," 1839. • ¦• ¦¦ -¦¦¦'- - - ' - - - , ; ¦ _

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

Copper, Tin ana Sheet Jron MANUFACTORY THE subscriber hereby informs the public thathe has commenced the above mentioned business, in all its various branches, at the old staid, recently occupied by Fridley 8s Lyne, in Lo»ther street, a few doors east of Leonard's store, whtrehe will at all times be ready to accommodate his friends and customers at the shortest notice and on the most accommodating terms. The highest firice will be given for old copper, peioter and lead. ALEXANDER S. LYNELCarlisle,~Afiril 25, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

Domestic Attachment. WHEREAS in pursuance of «u act' of the General AssemblyiOf the Commonwealth ot rennsylvania, an Attachment huth been granted by the subscriber, a Justice df the Peace in and for the county of Cumberland.at the instance of John Wunderlich and Peter & Artz, trading [lately] under the firm of ^Wunderlich 8c Artz,' against Robert Stockton of suid county, whereon certain Roods, chattels and,cffects, 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 to law. Notice is therefore hereby gir ven to,the creditors of the said Robert Stockton, to appear, At the efflce of the subscriber, iri the borough of Shippensburg, oh Friday the 3'jtst day of May next, at 2 o'clock, P. M. then and there to discover and make proof 6f their demands,.agreeably to thor directions ^of-said act bf Assembly. . JACOITSNIDER." Shippensblirg/ApriiS?, W39."" •.-•¦ ~ 3t-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

JOHNIMOORE. BARBER fcrEAJR DRBSSBR. RETTRNS his sincere thanks to the public for the encouragement heretofore received, and respectfally informs the citizens:of'Carlisle,'that he has removed his shop to tire well known Eating; Room and Oyste/..JCellar, two doors south of W. S. Allen's hotel. His system of Hair Cutting is superior to any Barber's in the borough. , Woollen Cloths^coured in first rate style, done immediately at request. ^^^eTA^mw^^^f'M Estate of David Hippehammer, deceased. NOTICE. THE public will take notice that letters of administration have this day been issued to the subscriber on the estate of David Hippehammer, late of the borough of Carlisle, Cumberland county.' AH who have claims or demands against the estate of said decedent are requested to make the same known to the subscriber without delay, and all whoare indebted to said estate are required to call and settle tlie sameimmediatel uciH GAULLAGHER. Residence, Carlisle. ¦ April 22,1839. 6t -^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

NEW GOOBS! ANDREW"RICHAR]bs, ; ¦ Is now opening a splendid assortment of - Spring; and Summer ". •. _.. .ffOJll;^;,..!..; At ihc~so\tih-caat corner of'Market Square, well known da Bredin's Corner, and recent-¦ ly occupied by Geo. fV. Crabb, COMpiilSINB IN PART Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible Green, Adalade and Brown ' CLOTHS:' ,.,.•:¦'. Ribbed, Striped and Plain CASSIMBRESJ a splendid assortment of BlackiBluc-black.Green, Mause, .fawn,, •ilate, Gro de. Naple, Gro de Swa, Gi-o de Seln, andRess Italian SILKS; Florence assorted colors,, together with a splendid assortment of Ralgues, Figured Silks, a variety, of Prints and Chintzes, new style"Lawns, Mouslindelaines, Ginghams, Painted, Cross-barred, Striped; Jaconett & Cambric Muslin, a fine assortment of -! " CALICOES, a superior assortment ot Veils and Handkerchiefs, a gedbral assortment of Summer, figured and plain Saun TESTINGS, ;".•': Summer Cloths, Satlinets, plain and striped Linens, Irish Linens.Velvet Cords, Beav...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

NEW GOODS. JUST received and now opening at the store of the subscribers, corner of Hanover and Louther street's, Carlisle, a general assortment of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, Spring.Chintzes! Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Muslindelaines", Challies, -Veils,^ -BonneU.ftRIbi bons, Cadet Cloths, Cassimeres, and fine Satinets. "Also," a.first" rate assortment ofJDQtnestics, such, as brown and bleached Muslins.'Tickings. Table Clnths, with a great variety of stuffs, for Gentlemen's Summer wear, such as Summer CiutlvI'Yei.eii"".Velvet, Di-lliinjtit ttiid piain Linens of aU'kinds, Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and Nankeens—Stocks, Cravats, Breasts and Collars, Gloves and VESlTNGS_._A!so_agood!assortmentbf "; Qtteensware ana Groceries, all of which will be sold low and on accommodating terms; The public are respectfully invited to call and examine before.making their purchases, and they will be sure to getbatt;ains. HAMILTON 8c GRIER. tfm^w^m^m^,^^^ E$TABJLMSn.WtoWT, IN CARLISLE, PA. •*;&am...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

"WOQtLENFACTORY. THE subscriber returns.thankstohis friends and former customers for past favors, and would respectfully inform_th n^Pu ^ V'mV V continues to-carry on the Fulling Mill ?t.Mr. J. Burkholder, in South Middleton township, three and a half miles south east of Carlisle, where he will manufacture , ..',.•'- -'-. ¦ ;': OLOTSS,.;. , .. Oasalnieres, Oasslhetts, Blankets, &c. WOOL will be purchased at the market price for cash, or on the shares to manutacture blankets. Wool Carding will also be attended to as usual. The mill isjp good order, being supplied, with the best Cards and apparatus. . ._, He pledges himself to do work in .the. best manne!-, and hopes to receive a liberal share of pubUC.patrpnage,,, 1,. ^ , ^ ^LLlS.. , ;' April 18..1839. . t . " ' ¦','.". ^ 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

FORWABOHtd St commission ¦:'*.'''; il::!^P?^Jlc; 3-u-;-..-,' -'-:"- - ..'. MURRAY/&,FLEMING,".,' CARLISLE, CtlMBEIttANb CQUNTV; HAVE erected'a Warehouse ori:'the ftAlfi ROAD, at the .west end, of High sirCntidirectly opposite Dickinson College; where they can at all times receive and forward merclian-" dize and produce, to Philadelphia, ChamberBburg and alUiiterme'diate places, having placed Cars oh"the road which vjill run regularly, between Carlisle and Philadelphia", by "which Goods and Produce of- all descriptions will bo forwarded with,care and despatch. Goods will ,be received at .the :Warehouse of Joseph S.'Lewis, jr. & Co.", Corner.of Broad anil Vine: streets,. Philadelphia, and forwarded t» Carlisle, Citamber'sblirgi aiid alllntermediate places.. • CaiTislej' April 4,1839. ¦ '¦ ' ' 3m :

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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