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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - December 19, 1839, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaMor a Pennsylvania state Jou it Nal a recently published at Harrisburg by j. W. Moorehead amp co. 03 a opposition paper which was suffered to expire from sheer starvation has we perceive been purchased by messes. Shunk and Owidler and is now issued under the title of the a Pennsylvania bulletin a Gen eral and state administrations and the cons titu a tonal Treasury. A there Aro now no less than five English democratic papers published at the seat of government Viz the reporter Keystone state journal Bui Letin and Iron Gray All of which Promise to furnish their readers with legislative news twice a week during Tho session. If the Good people of Pennsylvania done to get a surfeit from that Quarter then won re no judge of things that Sall. Sometimes happens that a top Many Cooks spoil the Broth a but we Trust such will not be the Case with our brother typos at Harrisburg. The rent Quot wan the new York courier and enquirer Ltd Friday states that the appearance of the troops on thursday at tiie seat of War and the firm stand they maintained with Tho arrival of a reinforcement and Cannon have quelled the spirit a of resistance and that Tho sheriff will be Able to of cute his process. The Only resistance to be apprehended is that which May ensue if he attempts to seize the refractory and carry them to Albany according to the Tenor of the attachments from the supreme court. Gov. Call of Florida has been dismissed by the president and Robert a Reid Esq. Appointed in his place. A of port has been current Here for a Day or two past that several of the Philadelphia Banks a Inong St the rest the Schuylkill have Gioio by the Board. We. Only give the Rumor As to have heard it. A latest from Weli ave this morning been favored with the perusal of a letter from the medical director of , dated Tampa Bay nov. 21st, which gives us the latest intelligence from that Quarter. Gen Taylor captains Sewell and Fulton and lieutenants Bragg and. Mumford who Lead All been Down with fever were recovering. By the same letter it appears the. Only officers who have died at that place were captains Barker Peyton and Griffin whose. Deaths were sometime since noticed in Lii paper. Noallusioii3whatever is made to the great mortality among the men and from the letter we can infer that the health of the place has much improved. In the month of october there were 490 cases of fever which,413 were intermittent and 77 remit tent Smyc of those who remained sic the close of november were to be sent off to the Hospital at new Orleans. The three companies of men that occupied hurts gumming Davenport and Sullivan have in arched for Middle Florida. Major Mcclintock with one company of the 7th a regiment and one of the 3d, remained at Tampa Bay. q Indian Reu Iuston new Jersey a the Woodbury Gloucester county Herald of the.3d inst. Says a some men while dig Ging for marl., 11 few Days since on or Benjamin Colson a farm near Racoon Creek in this county found the skeletons of three indians. Some of the Bones were in a state of preservation and some Moul dered to dust c on being exposed to the air. They were. Found two and a half feet below the surface of the ground and four pm my a half feet apart. Ith Uheiji were found two pieces of Gold Coin dated 16c6, six rings and three strings of beads. The nary of the United its infancy to its present state most bravely most gallantly have he officers and men of the naval profession in America upheld the Honor of their Flag there is scarcely one action in which the slightest imputation can be cast upon any individual they have never avoided their enemies excepting where it would have been the height of imprudence to have faced them they have fought with a the most determined valor they have in Many cases been successful Over a nation which held undisputed the command of the Ocean and this very circumstances Kcf com bating,an, flushed with almost Universal Victory adds a Greener Laurel to the Navy of the United London uni ted service journal. A United Stales Bankit a Pennsylvania country Bank remitted to the state treasurer a United states , of a tax on the amount of its declared Divi. Dental which was returned by the treasurer with two objections first that the Bink had no authority by Law. To declare a dividend during the suspension of specie payments and second the dividend declared in May will be required in . Sun. From Montevideo great Cor respondent of the new York courier and enquirer under Date of Montevideo oct 4th, states that information had been received that 6,000 Meti of the enter Rois army were within six leagues of the City had been attacked Early in the morning by 4,000 Monte Videans under Rivera and were then 12 a in the heat of whole town was under Annb. The French had landed 400 to 600 men and it s. Pim. Landing 300 More to a a id in the defence of the place and the pro. Tec fion of French property the French vessels now in Portare tie Minerva 64 guns Saplio -44 Carmila Corvette advice Corvette Dassas and Alert Brig and a Large number of Tun boats and other Small Craft. The Bra to in Ligate action the american Sloop Fairfield two brazilian corvettes. Great change of thirty years since or. I inv died at Islington and left a farm in Trust at his two sons both under 5 years of age. were to be Well educated. The executors concealed the will. Bound the boys apprentice to Shoemakers and never toll them a of their Fortune. They have just discovered and proved the will the property Hap thirteen splendid taverns upon it is in Hoxton old town and is Worth 5,000,000.- new York Herald a the we Ala Argus of the 20th inst. Says an extensive Gold mine has been disco Greffin Randolph county in this state. In a single Day Gold to the amount of 4000 a was a obtained. Ono Lump was found Worth Over 320. The Florence Gazette says this mine is supposed to be the richest in n. Amey. I from As our paper was going to press on yesterday to received the following from Tho Hon. W. S. Ramsey t House of representatives dec. 16, 1839. Messes. Sanderson amp Kornman Catle Mcne Tho House met this mom ipg at 12 o clock. The following is Tho result of the first ballot for speaker a Dixon h. Lewis 110, r. Hunter 22, John.bell.64, Francis Granger 12, Zadoc Casey 3, w. C. Dawson 5, j. W. Jones 2�?no Choice. The mail closes. Yours amp a. From Tho above we infer that or. Lewis was probably elected on the next ballot. The markets. Philadelphia. Flour per bbl. Wheat per Bushel Rye a a Corn new a a. Oats Barley a a flaxseed a a Rutter in kegs per la whiskey bbl. Per Gal. Beef cattle per 100 lbs. Hogs do. Baltimore. Flour Wagon Price $5 25, from stores for shipment $5 50�?whiskey,iivbanels25 cts. Pork $6 50�?beef, $5 50 to 7 00 flour in new York on wednesday last $6�?at which rate s,000 bbl. Were taken on that Day for Export. In Pittsburg flour is 8 3 37 a 3 50, from wagons $ 5 75 a 6 00 1 15 a 1 18 70 -50 30 1 12 1 15 a 116 is a 15 28 a s0� 6 00 a 8 00 6 00 a 7 00 a a mar rib \ on sunday the 8tli in a by., ,.William my Fadden the Rev. David Shrom of1 Carlisle to missmary Prowell of York a thursday last by the Rev. W. R. De Wiit or. Robert 7?. Church to miss Catharine Pancake both of new Cumberland. On the 12th inst. By the Rev. A. Gill or. Richard c. Woods of West Penn Borough township to miss Mari Jinn daughter of or. John. Elliott of North on the 21st by the Rev. Henry Aurand. Or. Jul her Kirlick of North Middleton to mrs. Barbara ceilings of Carlisle. / on Tho 28th ult. By the Rev. J. Ulrich or. John Mohler to miss Mana or amp a both of Allen. On the same Day by the Sanie or. John Wolf of Monroe to miss Elizabeth common of Perry co. On the 5th inst. By the same or. George Froch of Dauphin county to miss Catharine Wise of s Middleton. Quot _iln_the.5ame_day, L8amo, shilling to miss Catharine King both of Carlisle. On the 21st ult. At Shellsburg or. John Piper of Cumberland county to miss Sarah Smith of Bedford county. On the 12th inst. By the Rev. W. C. Bennet or. Joseph Mckee to miss Mary ant Mcgregger both of Southampton a on the 10th inst by the Rev. B. Celler or. Ruply Cruft formerly of Carlisle to i amps Eleonora for Rey of Gettysburg. On thursday last by the Rev. Or. Thornton or. James m Beth of West Penn Borough to miss Jane crop of Carlisle. In the same Day by the Rey. W. T. Sprole or. Robert Halbert to miss Henrietta Loudon All of died on the 28th ult. Or. Of Viliam Crain of North Middleton aged about 90 years. Ontic 2d inst. In Fayetteville or. James Rich Ards formerly of Carlisle. On monday night last in this place of Haemorrhage of the lungs or. Joseph junes a native of Wales aged about 30 years. _ to the Temperance societies of Cumberland Secretary of each a a Esperanco and total abstinence society in the county or in his absence some member is requested to Forward immediately by Nail Otto Robert Emory chairman of Tho executive committee a written statement of the number now in society both old and under Tho new pledge the increase during the present year and the state of the cause in order that the Stapo May be incorporated in the annual report of the county society audits approaching anniversary. Joann Pohlei Laws those Creona who. Wish to subscribe for the pamphlet Laws of this Commonwealth to be passed at the ensuing session of Tho legislature will please Send in their names on or before the a ret Day of january next. A a Robert Snodgrass treasurer of curb cola id county treasurers office 839.5 Carlisle Doc. 19, 1839.n. B. The subscribers for the pamphlet Laws of last session Ajro hereby informed that their a a copies Are now ready to be delivered. R. S. New a and fashionable chair establishment Al he subscriber respectfully informs his old j. Customers and the Public generally that he has it the solicitation of his friends re commenced the above mentioned business in All its various branches in the Simp recently occupied by or. Frederick a. Kennedy coach maker next door to Stevenson amp Dinkler a drug store and a few doors North Quot of cok Ferree s hotel having procured Fate workmen Fie is now prepared to manufacture to order and keep constantly on hand at the Inonu accommodating ,.�?T Rush and Cane bottomed. Chairs settees amp sociable common by fancy to Windsor to. Large Boston Jio King chairs Ais a children a chairs a it fever it. the whole made of the Best materials and in the most fashionable style also neatly mended and repainted. He will also carry on the business it if. A Pottss amp sz91t paper hanging amp . Tiie subscriber Hopes that by his strict attn Timi to business together wit i his Long experience in the above bronc lies to Merit and receive a Salmre of Public a a cd . Davis. Carlisle dec. 19, 1839._____ _____1___\_i6t / bleat lied Speroni Oil \ i of an uncommonly excellent description to be had at Stevenson amp Vii and. Chemical store. A a special court. Sheriff s office Carlisle cd Umb. Co. December 19th,1839. Y Virttie of a writ from the Hon. Daniel Durkee president judge of the 19th of Pennsylvania bearing Date at yrs the 30th Day of november 1839, no Tice is hereby Given that a special court will be held before the said How a. Daniel Durkee and the associate judges of the court of common pleas of Cumberland county on monday the 24th of february a d. 1840, to continue one week and another on monday .the�?~9th of March a. D. 1840, to continue Ope week in the court House in the Borough of Carlisle for the trial of certain causes depending in the a Hurt of common pleas aforesaid wherein the Hon. Samuel Hepburn was concerned As counsel for one of the parties prior to his appointment As president judge of the 9th judicial District said of causes being embraced within the provisions of the 39th Section if an act of the general Assem Bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania passed the 14th Day of april a. D. 1834, entitled an act relative to the organization of courts of Justice. John Myers sheriff. Jury l2st for january term 1840. Commencing on the 13th of january 1840, grand jury. Jul Lens .William Andrew Blair James Hoff or.William Mason Henry s. Ritter. Did Cinson Philip Peffer Henry Shank sen. Hopewell John Myers. Monroe John Myers. A r 3fechanicsburg�?Lewis Zearing. Hewton.William Gracey Samuel Westheffer. Silver Spring John Hinkle Michael Kosht. South Middleton James Mehaffey win. Moore Adam Peffer Southampton James Penns Borough John boar Peter Duck Jas. Dunlap John my Cohan Joseph Trego goo go. Wolf. Traverse jury first Veck. Ten Robert r. Church Daniel Lis Lcy c. E. A Davis Robert Eckles Barnard Endel Johp Keller. It thru p. Lyne Rudesil Tchor James David Smith Ohn Snyder George w. Shafier. A Iima in John Huston gee go Lee Abraham Myers David swords. A Milf Ord David Culp Daniel Lecky.William Sanderson.William Wallace. Hopewell James Henderson John Laughlin. Monroe Georgo Brandt James Clark Philip Miller Christian Rich wino. A Mifflin Adam Jacobs Andrew Mcelwane David Sterrett. to Jacob Rupley. Newton.William Buchanan John Dougherty Joseph Irwin , a Joseph Mil Ler Samuel Piper Skiles Woodburry. North midd Clui a John Zeigler of Philip Southampton Villiam Duncan jr., Henry Hippinsteel Alexander. Kelso Robert m Clure. Shippensburg Borough we Griffin Jacob Snider. South Middleton Michael g. Ege Henry Irvine George Smith. A West Penns Borough Daniel Doner. A traverse jury second week Allens Jofin w. Cocklin Jacob Grissinger. Carlisle.William Baker Jason w. Eby Robert Irvine Abel Keeney James Liggit George r Mathews Clemens Macfarlan Charles Ogil by Simon Wunderlich. Dickinson Samuel Allen Matthew Lynch James Weakley James Wood bum sen. F East Penns Borough George Mann. Prank Ford John Armold. Hopewell Jacob Nickey Adam Shulenberger. Monroe Adam Brandt Abraham Brandt Rudolph Krysher Stewart my Gowan Jacob Tripner.William West Heffy a. A Mifflin Robert my Elwain James Stewart. New Vilus.William Barr. Newton Samuel Irwin Robert c. Kilgore John Maxwell John Ruth.William Smith Samuel Strome. North addle tour Christian Hartman Henry Sny der. A a j South Middleton Hnnry Butturff John Hartzler.William Utitz Adam Lehman Cyrus ring Wah Peter a sloth Beer. South up Tony Joseph Burkholder Robt. Ii. Early. Borough David Fortney Samueld. Henderson. A. Silver Spring.William Greenwood. West Penns Borough Lewis Williams. $5000 wanted to borrow for the term of three years on interest. The Money can he if required secured by Mort-gage_qn_siibstanttialjandedlcstato_�ja-tli�3-county,. Ana Security will Alro be Given that the interest on the same will to paid at Tho expiration of every six Mont Lis. A letter directed to a. B. And to the care of George Sanderson Carlisle a. Will be duly attended to. December 12, 1839. Sheriffs Sale. By virtue of sundry writs of Vendi Tuohi exp Onas to me directed issued out of tiie court of common pleas of Cumberland county will to exposed to Public Sale at the court House in of Carlisle of saturday the 11th Day of january �810, at ten of clock a. M., the following described real estate a to wit., a lot of ground situate in the Borough of Carlisle containing five acres one Hundred and thirty seven perches More or less bounded by the heirs of James Noble dec a Jacob Hoffer and the Walnut Bottom Road having thereon erected3 a Small Ono Story log House and Well of and taken in execution As Tho property of Jacob cart sen a also a tract of land situate in North Middleton township Cumberland county containing forty eight acres More or less adjoining Henry Leidig mrs butt Solomon Sentman and others having thereon erected a one Story log How use and a Small log barn about six acres of which is Timber and taken in execution As Tho go Sperty of John Mcfeely. A so a Trust of , situate in Southampton township Cumberland county containing fifty acres More or ices bounded by lands of Jacob Heck the heirs of.William Soott dec a and the Franklin county like Tod a two Story log House and a log stable and other out houses and an Apple Orchard. Also a a i act of land situate a in the township aforesaid containing five Aeres Furre or less lands of Jacob Hock Janies Sturgis and others having thereon erected a Small log House and Small acid taken in execution Asahe property of John Hendre do. Also a lot of ground ski ate in the Borough inf Carlisle containing eight acres More or less adjoining lands of the heirs of James Noble on the East the Cumberlan Elfall Sybail Road on the South qffame8 Lamberton outre West and Browne a Lah of the North taken in execution a the property of James Lamb Eriom i Quot and to he ? a v.�?~. John Myers sheriff. Sheriffs offices Carlin of dec. 13 .1839. Al military. We Are requested to announce Lieut. John Hamilton of Carlisle As a candidate for lieutenant colonel of Tho 8gth regiment Pennsylvania militia. A dec. Í5. Notice to collectors. The collectors of the county of Cumberland a re requested to make use of every possible exertion in the collection of the county taxes. They Are also requested to be prompt in their payments to the co Finty treasurer. The county funds being now nearly having about four thousand dollars to pay on or before the first of january next will require vigilance and punctuality both on behalf of the people and collectors to meet the payment of the aforesaid sum. Further indulgence cannot be Given. R. C. Sterrett y -. J. Corn Man it commissioners. A. A Kerr 3. A attest John Irwin clerk. A. A Malaga grapes. A fresh Supply of Malaga grapes Lemons figs raisins almonds pickles anchovies olives and Tomato Catsup just received at. Stevenson amp Dinkler a dec. 5. Drug and variety store. St Ayed or driven a Way from the cattle Range of Jones Henry upon the North Mountain near the Laurel run in Toboyne township Perry county about the first of july last four head of Young cattle,.viz one red and three years old marked on the under part of the left car a Black Heifer with a White Stripe along Tho Back and marked on the left ear three years old one Black steer with a White Stripe along the Back two years old Tho fourth a red Heifer with a White head and marked As the others on Tho left ear about one and a half year any person having taken up said cattle and forwarding information thereof to the subscriber near Andersonburg Post office shall be liberally rewarded for All reasonable expense and trouble. Jonathan Moose. Madison township dec. 5, 1839. Cents in Civardi. Runaway from the subscriber in Silver Spring township on the 21st ult. An indented coloured boy named.William Robison about 18 years of age and about 5 be et8 inches High clothing amp cd. Not recollected. All persons Are cautioned against harbouring or trusting him on my account Torp Hkin december 5,1839. Joseph Kenaga. 3t to purchasers. Valuable farm for Sale. The subscriber intending to remove to the West will dispose of at Public Sale on the premises on saturday the 28thdoy of december 1839, at 10 of clock a. M., a first rate farm of prime land situate in South Middleton township about 2 Miles South of Carlisle containing 100 acres Jofs at Etc Ltd a Limestone la nil 80 acres of which is cleared arid Tho residue Cov ored with thriving Young Timber. Tho improvements Aro a two Story Stone a House and Kitchen and a double log barn there is also a thriving Young Orchard of Choice fruit Trees. The Bony. Brook Spring Risos on this farm a few rods from Tho House which ensures a never failing sup a by of water to to House and also to the cattle from every Field on the farm. The whole is under Good Fence and in a High state of cultivation. A Clear and indisputable title will to Given and the payments made to suit purchasers. Andrew of than. December 12, 1839. 3t n. above property will be disposed of at private Sale if a suitable purchaser offers previous to that Day but if not so disposed of it will positively be sold at Public Sale on. Tho above mentioned Day. A. O. Estate of t. Smith Wood bum Ceca of. Notice. A Etters of administration on Tho estate of a at. S. Woodburn late of Dickinson township deceased have been issued to the subscriber residing in said Tori ship. All persons indebted to said estate will make payment and those having claims against said decedent will present them for settlement. Samuel Woodburn adm a. Oct. 24, 1839.�?gt. A. Cali Coes checks muslims ticking Cotton flannels drillings table Clotha crash diaper gloves comforts gum suspenders stocks tur gaps cd jars &c.\fec. Amp a. For Sale by ,. \. V Arnold amp co. Diva trend a persons Labouring under chronic dyspepsia Indi Gestin water Brash sour erect actions and loss o appetite will find great Relief by using a half pint Tumbler of his preparation every a morning before breakfast for about a week. For. Sale in Carlisle Only at Stevenson amp Dinkler a drug and chemical oct.-3.�?. Merino shawls. 4-4, 5-4, 6-4 amp 8-4 Lunins Blank Merino shawls of the Best a finality Ono fourth cheaper than they have River Bei sold in town. A a a oct. 3. Arnold amp co. A str1v horse. Camo _ of Liq subscriber in Silver Spring township Cumberland county on the 20th ult. An Iron Roan horse with two White spots on the. Right Side and Ono on Tho left caused by the Saddle and a Small 6tar on the forehead about 6 years old and shod All found. The owner is desired Forward Provo property pay charges and take him away or he will be disposed of As the Law directs. Michael Leidig sen dec. 12, 1839.proclamation. Whereas the Hon. Samuel Hepburn president judge of Tho court of common pleas in the counties of Cumberland Juniata and Perry and Tho Hon. John Stuart and John Lefevre judges of the said court of common pleas of the county of Cumberland Travo issued their Precept boar ipg Date the 22d Day of november 1839, and to me directed for holding a court of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery and. General Quarter sessions of the peace at Carlisle on Tho second monday of Janus in 1840, being the 13th Day at 10 o clock in the Forenoon. Notice is hereby Given to the Coroner justices of Tho peace and constables of the said county of Cumberland that they be then and there in their proper person with their records inquisitions examinations and Othor remembrances to do those things which to their offices respectively Appertain. Arid those who Are bound by recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that Are or then May be in the jail of Cumberland county to be then and there to prosecute against them As shall be just. _ dated at Carlisle the .12th Day of. December 1839, and the 6 Ith year of american Independence. Jphn Myers she of. Valuable property ror Sale. That Largo and substantial Brick building formerly known As Tho methodist Church and now owned by the equal rights society is hereby offered at private Sale. The building is 45 by 60 feet two stories High and contains three rooms on the first floor and. A Hall 42 by 54 feet on the second and May readily be converted into a be purpose for which a substantial building Ana ample space is requisite. If not sold before saturday the 4th Day of january not it will on that Day to offered at Public Sale at 2 of Elook p. A. At the court House. For terms amp a. Apply to r. Cameron 7 a. Hendel a committee. Jno. Hamilton j . 12, 1839. 4t list of caused for trial at january term 1840. First week commencing 13/a january 1840. Ill Orlf a Llva a a 1t-.1. Miller s adm is Kelly s adm r Barr Samo Barnitz Egolff amp Phillips Martin Carrothers ears Fosler for use Emminger for use v8 v8 is v9 is v8 v8 is v8 Heck Crowells adm Ray Crawford. Same j Herron a Phillips amp Welsh Wolf a adm a Carothers Moore a so Fleming second week commencing the 20th january 1840. Moore for use Commonweal ii Trego. Toltl Fay Lotf Bixler savings fund same Welsh he Sliman Hershman for use common the for use shaeffor�?T8 adm a Waltman rehrer Lindsey. Wilson. A Faylor Dunlap. Paxton Ching had Kindig Clendenin Martin Strohm it Al Wise Geo. Sanderson Proth y. List of letters remaining in the Post office at Carlisle a. Nov Ember 30.i,t859.---------- say King Mary. Armstrong John or. Ker.William a Armstrong Jonathan Kauffman John ii. Anderson r. L Anthony Johh amp Daniel Lewis John b Bush c. Or. A Burleigh c. C. Brown James. Quot Bell David Priloh John a. Brown Matthew Ball Elizabeth Brissard John Barber Perry Bott Joseph Buchanan. Arthur Bower mo3es Siever a c Criter John Carter.William Clark Samuel Carothers.William Craighead Thomas j notice to constables retailers amp a. In and by an act of the general Assembly of Pennsylvania entitled Quot an act graduating the duties upon wholesale dealers and retailers of merchandise and prescribing the Mode of issuing licences and collecting said duties a it is made the duty of the con stables of the respective townships within the. County , hereby required to make out on oath or affirmation and deliver to the clerk of Tho court of Quarter sessions a separate list of All the wholesale and retail dealers in , wares and Merchand ize-7-Wmes or distilled spirits a drugs. Or medicines except those that Ara the growth or produce of the United states on or before the first of next january sessions being the 13th Day. Merchants dealers and others embraced in the said act Are also notified that the associate judges and come missioners of said county will attend at the commissioners office on Friday the _17th of january-1840, at ten of clock in Tho Forenoon for the purpose of hearing and classifying All retailers within sail county agreeably to the said act where All such As think proper May attend. Attest John Irwin. A clerk to commissioners. Commissioners office ? a Mary. Lib liar Jacob Leckey Daniel Esq. Latimer Pm. Esq. Laly John line Maria Lefeve r John Esq. Lafferty John m Minich John Moore Mary Ann Miller Susan More As John bold and run or Henry-7-Miller-Nancy Carlisle dec. 12, 1939. Maruji ally a worm syrup and i11-Fant in preservative. This remedy is recommended to All patients nurses and others who five the management of children As the most Safo and effectual worm destroying Medicine yet discovered. The symptoms demoting the existence of Worms Are indigestion with variable appetite foul Tongue offensive breath hard tense belly with Occa is Octal griping8 and pains about the Navy la heat and itching sensation about the rectum the eyes heavy arid Dull itching of the nose Short Day cough grinding of Tho Teeth and starting during sleep attended with slow fever. When these a symptoms occur the worm syrup if taken according to the directions will afford Relief by destroying the Worms and the mucus or Slimy matter Iri a which they Are involved and thereby prevent a their production Tho syrup has already been used with eminent Success by Many individuals in this place. Sold in Carlisle Only at Ste Venson amp Din Klee a drug arid chemical store. Persons wishing to try this Medicine clan be referred to individuals of the highest respectability in this town who have used it in their families with Gap tit Success. Hunter s Ilei Lthrop unrivalled in its effects As a. Sure and expeditious cure for a certain secret disease to be had in Carlisle Only at Stevenson amp Dinkler a drug store Miller Sarah Myers Abraham Metzger a. W. Myers David Miller George. Cormick Samuel a a n Nisley Elizabeth cough a Elizabeth or e 7 Neidigh Joseph a Lizabeth arc Pubill Carothers Eliza Carothers Armstrong Crouse Adam i Davis c. Methuselah Ege George. Eaby Christian Erb Jacob f Fishbu Mjohn Esq. Fleming John Ferguson John Foster Henry a Gondy Samuel Gill Robert or Thomas Gutshall John. Gangewere Allen Galbraith Thompson Greenly George ii Quot Higan Catharine Humer Sarah. Hummer Daniel. Hunn Erburger Peter Hossler Benjamin Haines Rupin Hoyer Joseph Houpt Samuel a Hirsh John Rev a Heintz Reubin doctor j Johnston a. Miss Johnston Samuel a k. Kelly John Miller Klinsman.William 5 o Ocker Henry p. Peffer Peter b. Samson n Ritter John Randolph.William f. 1 s Seig Jacob Sturm Marraret Spottswood Harriet Stuart Joseph Stans Elanor Sords David Stevenson John steel.William Smith Jane Shannon Mary Smith Thomas Sterm Elizabeth t Turner Robert Tate Tibitha a. Winder maker.William Whiting Alfred Woodland maty a. Workman Elizabeth Wallace Thomas d. Wollt George Wert Jolma a Wert Martin Wright Israel p. Witmer Jacob. % a. Ziegler Jacob Zearing John h. Zor Brough Chatles 2 r. Lamberton p. Golden Ball for Bent from tiie first of april 1840. A number of Brick and other dwellings with gardens amp a. Attached on Pomfret Street Tho property of carneys heirs. Rents from $22to s50. Also the two Story plastered House and premises on the main stereo that present occupied by pm Lusk Esq nearly opposite maj. E. Armor ice.-. Rent $100. Appo t0 . W. Eby. Carlisle dec. 5. 1839. Alaw notice. John Reed has made arrangements with Fri Smithers by which he will hereafter have his assistance in the Law office. One or other will always a found at Home. A. Or. Smithers will also Aid in the business of the Law school. A. Carlisle dec., 12, 1839. I a a a a Harriet Cairns by her next Fri and. Jas. A Oil a a \. Josephf Crims alias subpoena sur divorce Ift tiie court it of common pleas of number la and co., no. 15 nov. Term i8s9. Job return having been made by the sheriff Jsu Case a that the defendant Joseph Cairns was not to be found in Bis Bailiwick now to wit 10th december 1839, the. Said court ordered and decreed that publication should be made by me requiring the said defendant to be and appear in the court a Foi Esaid of monday the 13th Day of january next to, the complaint of the said Harriet Cairns amp a. \vhereup�?~6n_ i do hereby give notice and require the said Joseph Cairis the be and appear at Carlisle As aforesaid ii the Day alar Esaid to answer the complaint. Of the said Harriet Cairns amp by a it �,�,1 a John Myers sheriff. A sheriffs office carl�8le, 7 december 12, 1839. 5 a a to orbit orb. Take notice that we have applied to the judges of the court of Coin hum pleas of Cumberland county for the Benefit of the insolvent Laws of Pennsylvania and they have apr minted monday tiie 13th Day of january next or the heaving of its and our creditors at the court House in Carlisle when and lie re you May attend if you thinly proper. Jacob Weibley. R.William c. Warden David Reichard Jacob Cowman. ,. Thomas Jones a Henry Murray. A a v ?. Joseph Springer. Joseph w. Patton. Do. 19. 1839. 3t new goods. 37 the subscribers have just received from Philadelphia a new and splendid assortment of fall and Winter goods consisting of cloths Satin its blankets Linsy Cotton Wop Len flannels Calico Moulin de lanes arid Rae Rinous cheap Cali Coes and muslims shawls and dress handkerchief silk handkerchiefs gloves stocks breasts and collars with a. Great variety of Winter goods and groceries which sold cheaper than Ever. A also one Carriage with harness one Tiller three horses. A a. J Hamilton amp Grier. Car Isle oct. 24,1839. Hotel West High . The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the Public generally that he has taken that Well known tavern stand it tie West end of High Street in Carlisle formerly kept by air. Henry Rhoads and that he is now. Prepared to accommodate a rovers Flag toners travellers and All others who May favor him with a Call in the very Best manner. Quot his table will be constantly furnished with the Best the country can produce. His bar is the choicest liquors and his stable which is convenient will by in charge of a careful and attentive Ostler. A. He flatters himself that from his experience As it an innkeeper he will to Able to Render general satisfaction. George Shaffer. Be May .2, 1839. Of / fresh prunes. at Stevenson amp Dinkler a chemical store a few. Jars of fresh prunes it red Greep yellow and extra Fine Welsh and Swanski Wile flannels unusually Low at Quot Arnold amp oops. Cloths and Cassimeris. A Laige assortment of cloths of All colors and quantities consisting of extra superfine Fine and a Large assortment of Low priced cloths Suita Hie for bang up and Over Coats. I London Cassimeris a splendid assortment of All colors lust received by oct. 3. Arnold it co. Public Sale. Will be sold at Public Sale on tuesday the 3lst Day of december next at 10 of clock a m., the a of a Llu we Rig described real estate Jato the property of my ses Scruggs Deon dlr to �vitv.? a lot of Dicob of ground situate in Newton township climber and Cority born did by lands of Rev Alex. Sharp arid same a wild containing about three acres having there on erected a two Etory to. a m St Sajle with a Tannery consisting of 21 vats a shop and bark shed and Mill House with a a Severit Iling Stream running near Baid Tannery. The to rms of Sale will be $100 to by paid by Quot Tho purchaser on the confirmation of the Sale by the court the residue of one half on the first of april next Wii Feri Possession will be added made to the purchaser and the Malahee in one a year the re after without interest to be secured Why. A Lien upon the land or by Bond with approved Security. By order Ondr Phanso court. Alexander Scroggs adm a. Of ,. Mcstea Scroggs dec a. Nov. 21, 1839,�?3t Al. I r Farmers take notice that i will pay 5 j cents for Laugi itch hides and 9 cents for Calfskin will taken off. Thomas Avi Lumson Churchtown oct 3, .1839/a 2m

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