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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

JSXi U.1JYGE, BMJVK BAVIlTOa INSTITUTION", Xto. CO South Fourth'st. Philadelphia. CAPITAL 250.000 DOLLARS. Ohen daily for the transaction of business from ' 9 A. M. to 3 H M. , DEPOSI'l'ES of money received, for which ie following ratenf interest willbeallowedi 1 year 6 percent, per annum, 6 mis: 6 " . " , 3 •• 4 " " " On business deposites.lobe drawn at the pleasure of the depositor, no interest will be allowed. U.icurrent notes of solvent Bmks. in every part of the United States, .vill be received as special deposites, on such terms as may be agreed on in each particular case. By order of ihe Board. J. DKSSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. ly

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

TRANSPORTATION TO & FAOM PHILADELPHIA. THE suhsrriherhas made arrangements with Messrs. Humphreys, Dutill & Co Walnut street wharf, Philadelphia, to run a daily line of Union Canal boats to and from tint place; to tliia line is connected a line of cars to run on the Cumberland Valley rail wiytn Carlisle, Cliamhersburg, and all intermediate places, thus affording the necessaryficilities of rail way, and canal tr inspiration, to all persons along the route.. Itis'cnnfi.lentlyhelieved that this airangement wilUn iteriallv advantage those who-iimy prefer theljiiioii canalraad-every-assuranne-is-given thit the "utmost de«p«ch will be afforded, and at the lowest rate of freight, GEO. W. LAYNO. ' H iTiVinre, April 4, 1839. . 2m.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

BRIGADE INSPECTORS ORDERS. FW^HE enrolled inhabitants subject to militia M duty residing within the bounds of the 1st Brigade.-! lth Division, P. M. (being Cumberland and Perry counties.) will parade in companies under.theln respective commandiiigjofficers on the first Monday in May next, (being the 6th day of May, 1839,) and the Regiments and Battalions will parade for review and Inspection trainings as follows, viz: The 1st Battalion 86th Regiment Militia and the 2d 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 May. The 1st Regiment Cumberland Volunteers, on Fridavthe 17th of May. The 1st Battalion 39ib Regiment Militia, on Monday the 20ih of May. The'2d Battalion 39th Regiment Militia, on Tuesday the 21st of May. -The 2d...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD POB. RENT. ¦ ' A T,lHARPFR'S'FERRY; VJt. FMf HEsuhscri'iei-s will le.ise lor one or more jL vears, their valuable Tan Vaid, with all K atijienilaires. It is one of the best locations a Virginia for carrying on the business on an xtensivc scale, as there is abundant room and he m Ucrials are ample. A niiuihi rof the Vats ire.mi ler cover, and all the fiuildinits are ¦•! the nost suitable kind—hesides the grindh.ir • fBarlt ( whirh can be g^ convenient and at fair prices,) ;- done by vyater power. Any quantity of Hides can be prnrnreil in the iciglil)¦•rhoiul,' as there isno other tannery within several miles of the place—uid.there is nbn every facility lor getting hides from the ritie!-, and sending them' to market when tanned, cither by rail road or canal.' .There is. likewise, a 'Wmand-at- this place for..a |ari?e-quiuility.of Leather aniiuallv by the Government. Possession will he given immediately. For fuither partiridars enquire of HUGH GIIJ.EECE 8c CO. Har...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

TO DENTISTS. The su'iscribe'r. furnishes Dentists with hrs celebrated Mineral Inioffiifitibte Teeth, winch have been spoken of in the highest terms of coin, mendation by all who bave used them and by nunlerous men of profound chemiral knowleclye who have examined them. Also. Human 'Ireth, Gold FoiHrrin do., {j'c. (Sec. including every article of material us -d in Dental Surgery. Teeth, gold, Uc. sent by mail to any part of the Union wben ordered. ' F. H.KNAPP, May 31, 1838. Surgeon Dentist, Baltimore RllGIMJBNTAL ORDERSFIRST B.ittilion 23d Regiment Pennsylvania Militia.parade at M<-nnt Ri ck on WediieMlay the 15th and the SECOND Battalion at ShippeiiShurg on Thursday the 16. H day of May next. Battalion to he formed at 10 o'clork,«. m. By order of J;im>-s Chesnut. Col. Comd'g, HENRY B. REBUCK, Adjutant. April 17. 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

Domestic attachment. WHEREAS in pursuance ofan act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth ol Pennsylvania, an Attachment hath been granted by the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace m and forthe county of Cumberland, at the instance of John Wunderlich and Peter S. Artz, trading [lately] under the firm of -Wunderlich 8c Arta, against Robert Stockton of said county, whereon dertain goods, chattels and effects, of the said Robert Stockton have been attached, and ate now in the custody of Benjamin Reynolds and John Carey until they shall be.disposed of according to law. Notice is therefore hereby given to the creditors of.the said Robert Stockton, to appear at the office of the subscriber, in the borough of Shippenshuig. on Friday the 31st day of Mav next, at 2 o'clock. P. M. then and there to discover and make proof of their demands, aereeably to the directions of said act of Assembly. „.„„.. JACOB SNIDER. Shippensburc-, April 25. 1^39. 3'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

JOHN 1VIOOKE. BA'RBBR & HAIR DRB "SBR. KETTRNS his sincere thanks to the public for the encouiagtment herttrfore rrcelveil. and respectfully informs the citizens of Carlisle, that he has removed his shop X" the well known Entine Room and Oyster Cellar, two doors south of W. S. Allen's hotel. His wstt-m of Hair.Cutting is superior to^ny Barber's in the borough. r Woollen Cloths Srolirrd in first rate style, d"iii- immediati lv at request. Bv strict .attention to business and an earnest desire to please. he hopes to receive a libel al share of pu'ilic patron-pe, Carlisle, April 25, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

Estate if'Dauid Hippehammer, deceased. I NOTIC B. THE public-will take notice th ,t letters of ad. ministration have thi»-day been issued', to the.subscriber inn the estate of David Hipp - hammer, late iif the borough of Carlisle, Cum 'lerland county. All who have claims or demands against the estate of said decedent are requested to make the same known to ihe subscriber without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate are required to call and settle the same immediately..' , • HUGH GAUHARHER. :>. '"¦'"•; Jieiidenee, Carlisle: April 23.1839. .•/¦:•-, ,,.- .-. ; 6t/!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

For the Volunteer. xxxres. POETRY ON REOEIVINO A FLOWER FROM A FRIEND How oft I'll muse o'er this lov'd 'gift. In distant, future years E'en though I bathe the wither'd thing In mem'ry's dewy, tears; When thou hast left this peaceful spot, ' In other climes to roam, To seek for Pleasure, Wealth or Fame, , Far from thy childhood's home. And when thou'st reach'd the dizzy height Of wild Ambition's dream; Have proudly won the Laurel wreath, And bask "in Fortune's beam. Ah! while you rove through pillar'd halls. Where all. i4 passing fair, 'Mid princely pomp, and gems, and gold. And forms of beauty rare. No spell will mem'ry round thee fling, No thought of golden hours. Passed with the friends of yogithful love Within these lowlybow'rs; But gay will be thy sportive gleam; And" bright tfiy'ibeaming eye, While the lov?d ones'of earlier years* - All, all forgot'en lie. Forgotten! yes, the whisper'd tone . That breathes.a last.farewell, Will toll ofall my fondest hopes The low. sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

From the Keystone. To Cbarles B. Penrose, SPEAKER OF THE SENATE OF PENNSYLVANIA." /Sir: In the communication'' which I .took the liberty of addressing to you, a week ago, I promised at a day not far distant, to resume the'task of exposing to the public eye numerous other misrepresentations and perversions contained in your "address to the people"—and a»a leisure moment now presents itself, I embrace it for the purpose of filinling to some extent "the promise thus Iftld out. I can readiLy conceive, however, that my efforts to place 'ytfur official conduct in itfe'tr'ue light before the peOple^and-ip !rre$fr£iii-i>i»nTc degree, the mist in whjch your ¦sbpbislry so assiduously seeks to enshroud events which should be clear, as the noonday sun—will be regarded as part and parcel "of trial "inhuman persecution" of which you so bitterly complain, and that you will class me too among the "hireling ruffians" who, not content with thirsting for the "srallant Biddle blood" which ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

G.VaOEX SEEDS In all their varietyi "amiint; which is the choicest cucii'tiber kni'ls, a small lot of fl over seeds, to be hid at the store of ...JOHN GRAY, Agent. C irlisle. April 4. 1839;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

DR. I. C. LQOMIS, DENTIST. IVTEMOS n-sitliiKperinineiitljf in Carlisle, ill w,iuld. respectfully off r his professional services ti the citizens of the place anil vicinity, -lifh/urt-tkei) moms at Col. Ferree!s_Hutel, where he miy be found ai all hours. -Perim-v r"ei|nettihi; it will be waited upon at their residences'.' . j. ¦ CDr- G'orgt D. Foulke, ' Reference,—> • < Hrv ¦ Thos O. Thornton, COr. David M Mahori. . Carliile. Dec's, IB38..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

\. FOS.T/.OS'S'jaB, Carlisle, I'a. Nov i, 1838. . Arrival and Defiarture'qf Mails. , Arrives. Closes, Eastern daily aboutiam. 7 p.m. -4i---- -•> i »« 7,p.'m._. 10a.m. We«ern '"'•"' " Jim. 10 a, m. Southern - -. " •• ' »9 ">• ?V- m, Mechahlesb'6 "' »*zvl2m. 7p. m, Newville^~~ "— »—13-m.—=-10 a. m; R. t,AMBERTOyr,P.M. ,Jbt> Printing neatly epttuiedat. this officii

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

Fjrst Regiment of Cumberiaiid Vtiliinteers. .Parade at Newville on Friday the 17th Mav next, at 10 o'clock.compfetelyeqnipt for inspection, " J. KELSO, Adjutant. April 11; 1839. ' _ " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

CANDLES. A supply of f!mdles can he had at any time by applying at the fariorv "f JOHN GRAY. Agent. Carlisle, April 4, 1839. ; '.___¦ ___ ^- Ttiilian, liiiirstriii^Grofi-do-iiiii), Grds-de:Swiss, (»ros.de-Paris anil alareeassort mtnt of lielit and fancy colored Silks, plain and figured,ottered low by- .- Arnold Uf Co. Nankeens! Nankeens!!; ;;: • Georgia and Inoja Nankeens for sale low by . "'A.pril-4-.'ojc •.'.,', --, ArnoldU'Co, _ If JBWSPttING GOODS. , Just received at tlieTitore "• Arnold & Cct-a fresh assortment ot desirable Sprios Goods, which they cilfcryBry lew. April*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

For Sale, A set of first rate PUMP MAKERS' TOOLS Enquire of the E 'itora of the Volunteer. '-AprHai, 18S9.-¦—-.--- •-- _- - POWDER By the Keg, &c. received and for sale at the store ot JOHN GRAY, Agent. Carlisle, April 4< 1839. -Silk Handkerelijiefs, Shawls, Blond and Silk Scarfs and other fancy. Spring Goods, for sale cheap at the new «t»re ot' - ARNOLD & CO. April 4; ~ '"¦'¦ In-Mechanictburg.---f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

EVAN>S CAMOMItE PILLS. ™AT/ari;e snpp/y-of Evan's 'amomi/e Pi/As just received and for sate at the office «f the Herald and MH/uMtor. May 3,1839-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

MfLITA?R!ir NOTICE. I HAVEv.cvisetla supply of Macomb's & C-opii's Military Disriplini . sufficient to rji-nUii nil the FuM ()flicris and Volimtrer Captains in the. Briithde, mill some of the Militia Captains. These books can hev had by those entitled to receive lliem, on application at my office. W FOULK. Brii;. Inspector, 1st Biii;. 1.1th Du . P. M. Hl'IKadr Irw|iert''l-'s Offic- , 5 (¦ailisle. Apiil25. 18J9 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

i CarlisIb Artillery. '•CT'OU are oi<Ierc<l.to paraile^o" your J[ usual isrountlV completely equipt, in Mti'mtier unifnrin, oii Monday the 6ih and Tuesday the 14ih ol Mav next JOHN R. KERNAN, O S. N. B.—No member will he received on parade who is not provided with a new rap and uniform according to the late regulation of the comimny. Carlisle. April 11.1839. REGIMENTAL ORDERS. The first B.ttHllion <i6ih Regiment Pennsylvania Militia, will pn-nde at Mechnnicsburir, on Monday the 13ih, and the second BtoalinnjUCarh'&lc, n" Tuesclaytjie 14th ofMay next. ¦ : Bittalions to be formed at 10 o'clock, LEWIS HYER, Col. Comd'g. 86ih Reg. P. M. ' Anril 11. 1839. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

"BATTALION ORDERS' i TIuv FirsHliirraliim of Ciiinlierlaiid—Voliiiitia«i'8,-nre ordered to parade on I'm sday the 14th day nl Mav, in the borough.of Carlisle, at-10 o'clock, A. M. pro|K erly equipped for drill and Inspectiy order nf the commanding officer, K, A. NiljiLlS ' Adjutant. a««:i ID lOM

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