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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - April 04, 1839, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaTittl can q c it it c t a a married on thursday last by the Rev. Henry Aurand or. John Moda Orf of North Middleton township to Itkiss Mary Shambach o Frankford township. ,. A sgt communicated. 1 died in Silver Spring township on the �3d instant after a Short but painful ill mrs. Margaret Stouffer in the 39th year of her age leaving an affectionate Lisband and a Large family of children and an extensive connection of friends and relatives to mourn this sudden and unexpected bereavement. The deceased filled up the measure of her suffering in this Vale of tears with a great degree of fortitude and Christiari those who attended her during her ill toes she expressed a full sincere and in tirs Confidence in the merits of a crucified Quot redeemer and the Hope of a Blissful Immor a Talvity beyond. The grave beseeching those who were weeping Over her to weep not for her for was going where there was Rich provisions made for her and where there was no trouble sorrow sickne3s 0r death that this world afforded her no More pleasure her affections were weaned from it and her whole desire was to depart with Christ which is far better thus she calmly sunk to rest without a struggle or a sigh to Rise no More until the heavens shall pass. Away and the Earth be no longer. A Aivil we have parted thai Ai t gone a thy we Ai y spirit hex it lib Ilith it til by Cir pm Sii it cice1 uly it seemed a sin to we up. J11 these fool watchers who or Nugid the stood and frit eve Ltd Llic ii that incl was greatly Gord. Like stars that struggle through the shades of t night one moment caught a Glorio Jis Light Asci Ftp thee in that dread hour a twas a a veil Unknow on Earth what Faith believes in head n i Hen like tried breezes did St tin u sink rest Nur one Fine pair the awful change confessed. Death stole in softness Ofer thy Lovely face. And touched each feature with ally a ill. In Good time who placed us Here to live to Jove to die to disappear shall make their Juiet hed Vith thee beneath the Shadow of that spreading tree with thee to sleep through death s Long dream-1 less night. With thee to Rise up and bless the morning Light. K. W. H. E. Pennsboro March 2rth, 1839.list of letters. J remaining it the Post office at mechanics a a a Burg a. April 1 try 1839� Joseph blk i Henry bup. William Bennett Margaret Bee. Jacob Coover John close a Deafenbauh John Dornback. Geo w Dougherty Mary Duey Elizabeth Eberly John Eberly 2 abr a Eshelman Elizabeth Earnest William Fagan Christian Fulmer John Gerhard Augustus Gobright David Gosweiler John Hoover or Hall Mason John Kaind 3 Henry Landis John j Kinger John maning 2 a George f. Cain p. M. Polly Miller a Mary Markly Mary a Nesbit George Pollinger a David h Plaine a Palmer 1 a Jacob Palmer James Purdy Henry Rich George re pert 1 Andrew Stork George Stoa Spring Elizabeth r Smith 2 John Stewart David Sanderson William Smithey George Schoy be James Sullivan John Smith. George Swart Peter Thrush Matey Van sent Samuel West Heifer Jacob Williams list of letters remaining in the Post office at Carlisle a. April 1st, x8s9. Enquirers will please say advertised. A Lelin John. Lion Susan Lea Thomas Low Daniel Lamison Conrad Lindsay John Leidigh Henry. M a main William or Myers no Carpenter Metzgar John Mornson William Mateer j amp w Allen Americus Anderson James. Adams Richard b Barnhart Margaret Burkholder John 2 a of remaining in the Post office at Newville Quot Quot Anrit 1st. 18s9. John Boner april 1st, 18s9. Samuel Ickes 1 Elizabeth Irvine we Johnston Esq John Kile Ilary Kinch or. Kerr Andrew in Celwain Jane in Daniel Henry in Iller John Musset a Jolin jew Axwell Jefferson Bales. David Baker Samuel Bear Archibald Bricker David Brand William Brown 2 or. H. S. Coleman Esther Campbell John Dier a John Darron John Davidson Esq 2 Jane Guin Charles Good William Ruth Rebecca Givler David Gamber in Ines Greenwood. John Greenwood Bosserman e 2 Boyers Jacob 2 Brown Jacob Brant Isaac bar Bozir William Bosl Rthomas a Blackburn George 3 Jmartin Jas Brown Ann Moore David c Carothers Mary chipped Margaret Camp John Sssmuel Hughes i. Hahn ii 2 Peter Hershey James Hanna or. J. R. I Vitie or. win Shimp Benjamin Salsbury Ann m. Sterret Sarah Thompson we Thompson of Ai Sarah Wilson William Watson Iames Wallace John Moore p. M. New Spring goods. Just received at the store of Arnold amp co. Fresh assortment old sit Ilc Spring goods which they offer Low. April 4. Umbrellas and Par Stils silk scotch Gingham and Cotton umbrellas. Also Plain and figured parasol Tor Sal. Cheap by. Arnold so co. Silk Sha it vols filand and silk scarfs a my Oiler fancy Spring goods for Sale cheap at town eur store. A Noli 8c co. April 4. V. In Mechanicsburg. A Tram Job pation to amp Hoeff . Subscriber bus Mude arrange Niento with b to Vlessis. i ii tih amp co Walnut Silvett wharf Toyuk a daily Tine of. Uni in canal boats to in Idys Tuth it place to this line is connected a line oscars to run on the cum. Berland Valley rail a y to car ibo Chan hers Burg and All places thus affording the necessary in rail Way and canal transportation to All pet inns along the route. I is thut this arrangement will Nia Teruija advantage those Olio a nay prefer the Union canal every Assur Aiice is Given that the utmost despatch will be afforded and at the lowest rate a if freight. A. . Harrisburg april 4, 1839. 2m powder by the ice 8cc. Received and for Sale at the store of. A a a John Guay april 4, 1839. A Garden seeds. In All their variety Aiqiong which a the choicest Cucumber kinds a Small Lotof Flower seeds to Ike Bud at of. R. John Gray agent. Carlisle april 4/1839 _ a a candles. Supply of candles can be bad at any time. Applying at the of. Quot r. T John Gray agent. Carlisle a pril 4, 1839 m 1 list of a remaining in the Post office at a april 1st, 1839 Che Loviei Catharine. M Nugo Briery James Esq Graham Elizabeth. Muster Daniel a Hendrick is William Spighelman George Hoach John or. A a. A --1�?.John stouts p. M. A for Sale a tools. Enquire of the editors of the Volu steer. Cart George w Culbertson j a Carney Barney. Tautly William Cramar Johnd Dickson John Demey Martain Diller Joseph d Groft Isaac Dunbar William 2 e Egen James Earley Nancy Csc Cert Conrad or Elies Margaret Elliott John. A a f Feighl John a Forsht John Fluke f Fehl John Fisher Samuel a Fishburn John 2 a Fisher Mark Freeling Ellen. Falor John Foster Henry Goodyear John Graham Robert. Garner Hiram Galbraith Samuel or t Paxton Gilmor John c Gross Samuel. Gobles Nathan Golden Jeffrey Goetz John Goodman j r Rev h Hartzel John Holsaple John Hilton George Hartline George parnian John. Henery David Heagy Weams. Holmes Elizabeth Hopfer. Danl Holmes mar Garret Hocker Adam. Heckman Maria Hinkle John a. Hoover Frederick or Jacob Reinhold Hass Peter Hall Samuel 2 Heppehamer Geo. 181 amp j Moore William Mec Leming Joseph Minick Olin Moore so Rah m v Miller. David Martin Tho Pas h Mussulman George Mcclune Robert Mcintire Elizabeth m Mcm Eal Sally Mcgowen Ohn. Mcclintick Robert Mcelroy Edward Mccabe Elizabeth i amp Sci be 7ane Ann a a Muren Hetty Kibbin Robert. N a Neis George Wolc a a it at Phi Patten j w Esq Pierce d Esq Piper capt Joseph Perkins capt David. Q Quigley Andrew r Robinson Tane Eliza Rupert Henry Reed John Robinson Lewis s 1 Snyder Rachel 1 Sentman Sami Sterret Robert c stubs vane Sterrett David Singiser Joseph Stewart Margaret. Schwartz Catharine j Schwert David Stehman Jacob a Shear two Spottswood Esther Smith George. B Smith mrs John m spore David Shoemaker William Shireman or. Snider Peter. Stoner David Smith Charla Sanders Benjamin Shaffer or Smallwood Ellen Smith Jane. T Thompson Ellin a a Towle Samuel a Quot u a Ulerich Elizabeth a w a Webbert Henry Walters Johst registers notice. Registers office ? ,. Carlisle March 30, 1839. J notice is hereby Given to All legatees creditors and other persons concerned that the following accounts have been filed in Thia office for examination by the accountants therein named and will be f resented to the orphans court of camber and county for confirmation and allowance on tuesday the Soth Doy of a a pril a. J1839, Viz. The administration account of Isaac and Damb. Administrator of Harkness Addams deceased filed by Hetty Addams adminis Gratrix of said is a., a. The administration account of John Davidson administrator of John Boyed de ceased. The administration account of Henry in cobs administrator of William Beistline deceased. The administration account of John snevely executor of Jacob Abrahams deceased the administration account of Alexander Sharp administrator of William m. Sharp deceased. The administration account of Alexander Sharp administrator of Andrew Sharp de ceased. The administration account of John Shopp administrator of Jacob Neidig deceased. The of John lind1, administrator of David Neiswanger de ceased. \ the administration account of Jacob c do Oey administrator of Stephen Losh de administration account of William Galbraith administrator of Joseph Galbraith administration account of John mus ser and Jacob Eckart administrators of a Colet Musser deceased. _ head ministration account of Jacob Christ Lieb administrator of Catharine Christineb deceased. The administration account of George Beelman and John Beelman administrators of j cob Beelman the administration account of David mar tin and Henry Bitner executors of Thomas Martin deceased. A. A the supplemental administration account of Johr Houser and John Myers adminis istra tors of John Leidig deceased. The administration account of Henry Breneman administrator of Martin Brene. Man deceased a 7 the administration account of a Drew Gross administrator of Henry Gross deceased. The administration account of John k. Longnecker administrator of Henry Long Necker deceased. A Isaac Angney Register. A a Bibb Pae,l2sy.�?� will stand the ensuing sea son at Carlisle on he terms set it a a fort i in the handbills. Ijara Prter Parley is of the very first ing blood. He was rot by a a Oscar a Liis dam a Betsey Wilkes was by the celebrated sir Archie a his grand dam by a Bedford a his great grand dam by a dare pc Devil a his g. G. Grand dam by g. B. G. Grand dam by Syms wild air. 1 he above Pedigree is authentic As will he seen by a reference to the Register. For further particulars apply to Joseph Heltshe Groom. Carlisle april 4 1839. 3m forwarding St commission a House. A Murray amp Fleming c a Lisle Cumberland Coli nov have erect a warehouse on the rail a a Hoad at the West end of High Strent directly opposite Dickinson College where they can at All times receive and Forward merchandise and produce to Philadelphia Chambers Burg and All intermediate places having placed cars on the Road which will run regularly Between Carlisle and Philadelphia by which goo Sand prod ice of All descriptions will be forwarded with car and despatch. A goods Wil be received at the. Warehouse of Joseph s. Lewis or. U co., Edmer of Broad and Vine streets Philadelphia forwarded to Carlisle Chambersburg and All intermediate places a a a a a. Carlisle april 4,1839. 3m a a jury list for apr a term 1838. Commencing on monday the St Day. Mien Bobert Brison. Acar ate William hooey John Thompson John Underwood Nathim a. Woods. A Dickinson Isaac Brandt Jonathan Kissinger John Laughlin. Joseph Black Jacob Gorgas a Muff line William Blean Joseph Nortu a a a a a Jamea w alien Isaac Koons John ruth., Silver set ring Thomas Bell Shi org Borough Jacob Culp Henry car Southampton Daniel Croft Adam Duke John Highlands John Bricker John me Keehan jr., a traverse jury first week. Allen a Adram Etc Lineberger Samuel Eckles John k Longnecker James Neal John Orr Jacob s Viler George Thomasa Carlisle Jacob due Jacob s Faust William a Quot Mcpherson Rudesil Natcher Alex. Woods Dickinson Lotia Corbet David Glenn William Harper East Penns Borough Jacob s Haldeman Wil Liam Miller Adam Seirer John Snavely Frankford Abraham Bauman. In Jefic Niello Joseph m Means. A John Hoover Isaac Kinsey g bet Hoover Henry Bitner Geo Brindle Samuel Gibler Jacob Strock Mifflin John High Samuel Ahl Samuel Cook Scott Coyle Jet Raton Jacob Gilbert Alexander p Kelso Robert c Kilgore Samuel wild North Middle non Juht Wolf South Middleton fre Clerici Brechbill shift Ohsburg Borough David Criswell Henry Davis sen j Sjur Tam Mon John Kitzmiller Stert West pennaboroltgh�?3ubn Bear William a Jodi John Fishburn Robert Graham. John Heagy George Mckeehan of a Peter Wilt traverse week. Allens William bjooks.jr., John Balsley John c Dunlap James h Lamb Samuel Miller Carlisle Charles Beh Linn crop jail a Ligget Charles Murray Robert Moore or Dickinson Peter Camp John Fishburn Thos. Lee. Isaac Lenny John Peffer sen.1, Samuel Woods William Woods Samuel Wood Burn John Weakley. East pits Borough Jacob Clark John Erford Ffojicwelp-3ohn t Green Jacob Nickey James Sharp Monroe Ceorge Brandt Jacob Morret Mifflin James Mcelhenny Samuel my Cormick we Mathers a a Mechanic Burgh Henry lease Jacob Miller Newville William Barr George Klink we Meirov. Or atone John Sharp Joseph Waggoner South Middleton David Ebersole Alexander Gregg James Mehaffy Jacob Strickler Borough John Bender a a township in John Duncan Silver firing Jacob Harman Southampton Adam Reese West reims Borough Emanuel Kindig Jgeorge Miller Raul Randolph a Mijc Jln to Job Jyo Tice. Tina the mercantile business under the firm of c. . Amp p. A. Ahl is this Dav dissolved by Mutual persons therefore having unsettled accounts will please cell with c. W. Ahl in whose hands the books a re left for col Lection and Settle the same. C. . A. Ahl. Cd Birchtown March s3, 1839. The business will be continued by p. A Ahl who has removed the Stock of goods to the store mom formerly occupied by Samuel thankful for past favors and solicits a continue. Ance of Public patronage p. A. Ahl. Estate of Jacob Fried deceased. No t i c be. Notice is hereby Given that letters of administration on the estate of. Jacob Fried late of Allen township Cumberland county deceased have been issued by the Register of said county to the subscriber who resides in to la a is id township. All persons having claims order aids against the estate of the said dec adopt Are re Quested to make known the same wit slut delay and those indebted to make payment to a John Mateer administrator. March 21, 1839.Weakley Isaac Irwin Henry or we it Williamson Thomas wise5 Willith Nett Catharine Tidi Cjoseph Jones Eliza. A k. Kelley Ojito Kelley Isabella King Bernard. Kissinger Esq Kins Ritger George a Ufniarz Conrad Kissin Kell Kaufman Jane Lillyth Schartl f or George or a Atrick Woodruff a p Williams Samuel Weaver Philip Wise George a Woods Jane Quot a Wetzel John sen y. A Yengst get a go Yonas Iacob. Quot a. A zell1 Peter Zieg Jacob a Zearing Petit. Zetler Lydia Lamberton . S. Dunl4p Adair attorney at Law his office in South Vanoye atre Eti two oors South of the office recently occupied by judge he Buni and nearly opposite Allens a formerly Macfarlanee a hotel. A Carlisle. April4.1839. It and keens Nankee is a and a Ndia Nan keens fot1 Saie in by a a a a a i a Quot a 0t>. Joseph s. Lewis or. Amp off. Vonu Biasion a Stoma ring mer clumps it s. In. Comer bread v Fine Sti. Philadelphia la re prepared to receive and effect sales of jul. All produce merchandise amp a. Which May be entrusted to their care. Liberal advances made on consignments until sales Are effected. A produce. An merchandise left at the warehouse of messes. Murray amp Fleming Carlisle shall receive prompt attention and All merchandise amp a. Left with us will be forwarded to Carlisle climber Surg and All intermediate places on the rail Road with cafe and despatch at the lowest rates of freight. April 4. 1839. T 3m most of letters Mainini in the Post office at Dick i a now a. 30th March 1839. I Edison Sarah a. Elias the Norris Eli u Bens Blakeley. Geofge Brussman Peter Cail Peter. Coover Adam Meyers Benjamin my Cormick George Nagle Barton m. M paler we. Swigert George Swigert Joseph a a Thomas Hetty or Williamson Johnsoh Williams George a. G Miller p. M. April -. Hosiery. A ladies a re invited Socall a he see the be assortment of bleached unbleached and open worked Cotton Hose it White and coloured for Sale by it Ltd a y Arnold of co. Bonnets Bonnet Sll a. Leghorn Onei Tal braid Florence and Straw Boh Notti at the e Twedt r in Noti a a a. Card. Let it. John j. Myers reforms his friends and the Public that he has resumed the duties of his profession and will give his undivided attention to the practice of several office is inthe Stone House adjoining his drugstore and one door from the Post office. Carlisle feb 28, 1839. So por , two shot to loomed Durham bulls. Price g40 each. Enquire of capt. James m Man Iman agent for the owner living near Carlisle Iron works. March 28, 1839. Call and eat Noo by Yan manufactory. Jagt w. Kelly takes this method of informing his friends and the Public generally that he still continues to carry on at his old stand in East High Street Carlisle the manufacture of. Monuments. Tomb stones head Fifoot stones a to where he shall at All times be ready to Quot Supply customers at the shortest notice and on the most accommodating terms. Having employed or. William Greg of this Borough my agent for the Sale of the above mentioned articles any orders furnished by him will be promptly attended to also All orders heretofore Given for work Are now ready to. Be filled up. Carlisle. March 28,1839. 3t n. discharged John Hatfield from my employ All persons indebted for Tomb tto Nei monuments head and foot stories . A re cautioned against paying him any Money for the a same receipt thereof will not be Quot acknowledged by me. J. W. Kelly. Coperry Democrat insert 3 tiny i and charge this office. A we. Prince amp sons a we Tell make sales of Trees and a a a a of cuttings of that genuine chinese i Morus Multi Caulis Morus expanse , Canton and other Varle a ties deliverable to purchasers immediately or at such period in them and will eater into contracts accordingly. Prices and terms for the Trees and cuttings will be forwarded to All who May apply for them by mail As. Well As prices of silk worm eggs Mulberry seeds amp a. The Multi Caulus Trees Are remarkably vigorous i and As we first imported the genuine Trees purchasers Are sure of obtain ing the True kind. It is from this cause an from the great Patteri tied paid by them that the trees1. is amp in. And Savior institution to. 60 South Fifon Rob St. Pit Ladelphia. Capital 260.�q00 dollars. Open Dally fir a die transaction of brain ass from. ,9 . To 3 deposits of Money received Lor which the following Gratcof interest will bellowed. .1 year percent. Per annul ,. ,. A 6 mos. 6. Ltd a a t 3 4.a. A a you business depo item Tabu draw it the pleasure of the interest Wil be allowed. of bplvent.,bans, in every part of the United states will by receive ii As special deposits on such terms As May 1 be agreed on in each particular cases by order of the braid. A ,. J. Do ssh a Cashiers Philadelphia dec. 19, 18s8. ,. In. Cabinet manufaqt8?nr.�?~. The subscriber respectfully Liioi this inhabitants of Carlisle and the Public pc , that he still resides at his old s and in oppose items. I. Bullock a a chair manufactory u lure he continues to Curry on the., Abin it a a waking in All various branches. He Lias Tetly la a dished himself with a new and. Sub Pip Ian a a amp a. To accommodate All those who May Tayor him with a Call. He returns his sincere thanks to Hii friends and customers Tor the Liber Lecour gement bests ived on him. Amp solicits a con tiny dance a their patronage. He flatter himself that by strict attention to business and a disposition to please to Merit and receive a share of Public patronage. A Rcv fyn i a no Orie or a fro. Journeymen Cave a a a a an by fruit and ornamental Trees plants to i anted t0 wage will be Given a in a. 1 an entire Wil a a and seeds can be supplied to any extent. Flushing near jew York it March 23, 1839. 5 Bro Job z27sfboto&s orders. Is he enrolled inhabitants subject to militia a duty residing within the Bounds of the 1st brigade. 11th.division,-p�?z m. Being Cumberland and Perry counties will Compa pies under their respective commanding officer on shelf fist 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 t. The 1st battalion 86th regiment Kli Litia 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. A the 1st battalion 2jd regiment militia on wednesday the 15th of May. The 2d battalion 23d regiment militia on thursday the 16th of Cumberland volunteers on Quot regimen militia pm monday the 20th of May. The 2d battalion 39th regiment militia on tuesday the 21st of May. The 2d battalion 113th regiment militia on thursday the 23d of May. The 1st battalion Perry county volunteers on Friday the 24th of May. The 1st battalion 113th regiment militia of saturday the 2f the of May. A commanding officers of regiments or inde in a a pendent battalions will designate their respect s of p Quot a a a a lie no rooms not attached to any battalion of volunteers will Parade with the i. A a spi Ive places of Parade and will give at least gift Iblis notice thereof. Vol troops not attached to an. Teen Volunteer Compa regiment or Litia battalion in the Bounds of which they reside. ,. Adjutant and commanding officers of companies or troops will make their returns to the undersigned on the Day of their respective regimental or battalion parades. Pieces of artillery a Viust be in the Field for inspection. W , brigade inspector tet b. 11th d. P. M. Brigade inspectors office. It Carlisle March 28,1839. A apprentice will be taken to learn the above business if Well recommended. Godfreid Haag. Carlisle december 6, 18381�?tf. Thrashing machines and Hoheb Owen Call a no examine for i the subscribers thir Tifful for Pitisi f�iv/r., this method of informing the pub r. T r tin y still continue .�.in, a and horse Power at their old Sturni in a Street Carlisle where Farmos Nonis .1 at All tithes be supplied. T Rey v ,.l considerable improvement c n i a. I a a machine an it have also Jutt Sci Tivi a. A a icly veil a the Ash 7? which for durability and simple Ness w a. A Tion is surpassed by none. Having All plan nth a of Confidence in tin sap Lori to of the above mentioned machine amp a. Are willing that Farmers shall test Iceni before making the Purchase. A Persona wishing to Purchase or examine the machine will lease make application at the Laws lie agent at much Arlaus s hotel a Earth , Carlisle Nevius stay 3,1838. Amp mi1chell. Six cents Reward. Runaway from the subscriber in Dickinson town lip sometime in november last an indented mulatto boy named James about la years of age he took with him when he went away a variety of clothing not now recollected. Whoever takes up said boy and returns him to me shall Receiva the above Seivard bit no charges will repaid. A a ,. Samuel Woodburn. March 21, 1839. St Charles my Clure. \ to Krill practice it the several courts of a we Cumberland Perry and Juniata. Office in South Hanover Street Carlisle lately occupied by judge Hepburn March 21, 1839. Of estate of John Blessing Sens deceased notice. Fetters of administration of the estate of John Blessing sep. Late of East Penns Boi Pugh township Cumberland county decease de. Haying been issued toi the subscriber residing to said township therefore to notify All persons in any Way indebted to said estate to make payment immediately and those have do claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement without Anju David i March 21,1832. A a administrator. Quot a �?T6t stocks. A Satin bail bad Eek. Plain and figured stocks for Sale by. A Arnold v co. A a italian luit8tring,, gro&d�-swis5, and Alfage Assort meet of Light cd Loi Ltd Side so Pipiu a he amp Tew by a Irtz Tab cd Quot dissolution of co partnership. The subscribers trading under the Firth of d. It b. Ebb have this Day dissolved Copartnership and hereby notify All persons indebted to said firm to come up Kinrd and make payment and those who have claims to present them Blore the first Day of april next. Or their accounts will be put in the hands of a proper person for collection. Dan a Herb. Beniamin ebb. Wormley Burr in february 25, 1839. List of causes a a abr trial at april term 1839, first week a commencing the 6th a april. Duncah r Lee. Is Moore a is Moore it . Ais weakly it Clarka is Wise 5. Church Surv a amp a. Is cart Zarlini Etal. V is Moore it . Clippinger a Quot is Moore Patton a a Church Surv a. See. Is Mcclure a Lamb a a is Dunlap. A. Kutz r is co Rahmati. List of causes for trial at week of april. Tern commencing. 15th april. M. Ege extra. Is Mcclo re Admix Farmers Sot ii. In High Street a Feto doors East of the -. ��e&1sl3,. The subscriber having leased the Alv be in tend establishment from 3u r. Simon if underlie i and having provided himself with every thing Neres Saiy is now enabled to accommodate travellers and others in a style that will not fail to please Hose Olio May favor him Ith a Call. A the bar a Ltd will . with the Best of l1q a he a Adje r will atall times be a by ind Ritly supplied with All the delicacies which the season acid Market ran afford and no exertions will be wanting to please the palate of the most fastidious. A the stables Are commodious and secure am a. Careful., a tto Ntiveros Lerwill he always in by tend ice. Of boarders will be tii Oceh by the week month or car. Ori the most reasonable Tei . A a strict attention to business and a in Ivious desire to tile tse will he trusts,.�?~ensure him to reasonable Slinke of Public patronage. ,. Jacob rehear Carlisle april a j s3s. N. A the run past Tjie above 6,and �1 of clock a. M. 2 Ana ? o clock,. A. ?. Huntes Bank. V. Cook and wife Woodby Riv. Meixell Bullock s. Pierce c. V. Kail Road same. Dobbs exp is Thompson. V. Rail Road same. A a Dysert a Lee. Fin rus Jove r. Redett a Mccune a Edenbaugh deeper a. Fartin Crozier Stough a. Goodyear i Phillips Loruse Meixell a a we ish a a it a Keller veg Metal a Scroggan Eiri a is Noble ,. A a Diller i ,. Is Martin it is Waples ,. A is Meiler. Is Nev Iii. A. Tjw Eby is Davis a Moore. To Holcomb Tai Dysert. Is an Detoh is Smith a is , acc a a by Moore a is Mahon ,. Is Atherton a to Herron Etal of Wilson. A Tri Casey. Is. Moore c t ? t is Huston Adit r a a re sanie., us Diller a t a a is Moore is mint. I Fri to rfcs jts a �<>w�5&Quot a one i a acc stopped to. U s m Ari gement ref horns who a Regoni i. . Drivers u. Cut Puth 1 ilor a Ari Altery. Now a Carlisle bal rec . An this is the inst Iliria ble corps of Fany in the army Quot Young Init of it i employment Cali tit do better it. A ply to s. Ringgold. Captain Tinina a dive Jug it a Turya it Rutle it Harrack is february 28, 18s9. A 6t a Post Ops a. Cail�8lcvpa� Novi i ,.i s38> arrival and departure of Maits fat v a arrives. Eastern daily Quot about a in. A. 7 Gnu. A a .7 p. M. To am. Western. . 10a. M. Southern. A Ltd 13 in. A -7 p. go a a a is m. 7 i Newville.�12m a r. Lamberton. A m. Estate of Robert Mcglaughlin deceased. W n07zc� to hereby Given that letters Testai Munry in. A the will and testament of Robert Mcgil Neh in late of the e Borough Fly ,deceased have been issued to the subscriber by the arc is Erot Cumberland of Tinty lib therefore requests those indebted to said of a a Dent to till on him at his re Kadence in the sad Vorck git r Kew. Llew Teul tobit. V delay and thou a Havink Claiire Iappini to a ild is to tet pro Jet the i daily Iii this a Iii a Tel i Fri the . A in a wow Ilia a am bark lib or a Coville feb. Of

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