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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS will be received by the commanding officer of the Carlisle Barracks, until 11 o'clock the 3d of July, for the delivery at said Barracks of such number of Rations as shall be required for all-the-U. S.-Troops that may be stationed there, until the 31st of December following. The rations consists of 12 oz. of safted pork or bacon, or 1 lb. 4oz. of fresh beef, 1 lb.2 oz. of flour, and to every hundred rations, 6 lb. of colfee, 12 lb. of sugar, 8 c,ts. of beans, or 10 lb. of rfte, (in lieutlureof) 41b. of snap, 4qts. of vincqar, 2 qt's. of salt, and 1 lb."8 oz. of tallow candles. . ' Beef, neatly slaughtered to be furnished twice a week (necks and shanks to be excluded,)"and all the parts ofthe rations to be of good mcrchnntable quality, and equal to the best in the market. ' ' The rations to be furnished from time to time as required; or, (beef excepted) in'bulk; and at such periods as shall be agreed unnii,___IF. the price varies, Propose™ arc invited to make a ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

COR1V BItOOMS. Just received and for sale a lot of CORi BItOOMS of the best quality. June 27. Hamilton V Griei.:. "CARLISLE- SPRINGS. . THE Proprietor respectfully informs the public in general that he is now, ready tn);pcommodate a large nunibcrof Boarders and Visitor's. The Springs are situated 44 miles (prill of Carlisle, Cumberland county, Pa. and S.niles stiiit'.i of Stcrrett's Clap, on theNorth Mou'tain, in a fine, healthy and romantic place. Tlet'cis an extensive BATHING ESTABLISHIVIINT erected (botb_\v'arm and cold,) a'nd eyry ac* commodaiion may be relied on. J). CORN.1AN. ..lone 27, 18.39. / Ct N. B.—A Barouche will run daily.lorn Carlisle to the Springs during the seasc, for the accommodation of Visiters. ^ O. C.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

. lilTERAUY NOTICE. AT a meeting of the alunilni of Dickinson college; at the chapel, onthe 17th day of July, 1838, it was resolved to revive the former alumni association of said College. Every graduate is deemed a member of the association.— Messrs. James Hamilton, Thomas V. Moore, JobnZug, J. lteed, Samuel Alexander 8c Thomas Bowman, were 'appointed a "Standing Committee" to prepare business and make all necessary arrangements for a future meeting, to be held at the same place on Wednesday the 10th day of July, 1839, (being the day before commencement,) and to give public notice thereof. The committee have performed the duties assigned them, and now give the notice required. It is hoped there-will be a general attendance. Other papers friendly to the College will confer a favor by inserting this notice. Carlisle. June 20,1839.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THE subscribers having lately purchased the stoclPof goods owned by "J ..H. "Weaver, at the north-east corner of the Public Square, Cailisle, consisting of a large and general assortment of seasonable ' •¦ _ DRV-BOODS, GROCERIES, QEEENSWARE, S,-c. Also, a general assortment of Hatters' Furs and Trimmings—all of which they will sell on the most accommodating terms. R. A MONEY, H. ANDERSON, June 20/1839.' — ~ tf FRESH SUMMER GOODS. ARNOLD £5" CO. arc just receiving a large assortment of Goods suitable for summer wear. The public are respectfully invited to call. / J»"e£0 M ~~' 1LBOURKE and Tweed Summer Cassiimeres, suitable for. summer wear, for sale Uw at ARNOLD 8c Co. •"Fa'AUTi-o.-jf. TtVrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all per-J_™; sonsi''that,no fishing or hunting will hercalttr be permitted on the lands of the subscribei«, on the Letiiit Spring east of Carlisle. The lay will be enforced against any, and eveiy persrn who may hereafter be detected in cither of tlie ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Figured'aird PlirinSilksT JUST received some splendid plain, watered figuTed Gtos.de-Nnps afid Grp-dc-Swiss bilks, which are offered at"linusually low prices. June 20. Arnold & Co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

WILLIAMS' VALLEY HAft ,ROAD AND MINIW© . COMPANY, In the Counties of Dauphin and Schuylkill. NOTICE XS HEREBY GIXTEN THAT in pursuance of j\n act of. Assembly, incorporating the William's Valley Railroad v-ind Mining company in the counties of Duphin and Schuylkill \ books will be opened for the subscription of stock in said company, under the direction of one or more of the commissioners named in the law, from the 4th day of July until the 10th day of July inclusive, from 10 o'clock, A. M. until 2 o'clock,*!*. M., at The Hotel of George Nngle in Harrisburg. —The-Hotel~of Joseph Gulbertson.-inC'/iomi bersburg. - .'.'" Tne Hotel of William S. Allen in Carlisle. And from the 8th until the I4th day of July, inclusive, from tlie hours of ten o'clock, A. M.-, until 2 o'clock P. M. at the Philadelphia Excliange, in the city of Philadelphia, and at the hotel of Thomas McGrath'-in the- borough of York. • ¦ ' The amount of each share of stock is fifty dollars, on which $5 must be paid at t...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

NEW GOODS! ANDREW~ RIGHARDS, Is-noio opening a splendid assottmcnl of &2*riug and Summer GOODS, At the south-east corner.of Market Square, well known as Bredin's Corner, and recent-, .- ly occupied by Geo. IV. Crabb, COMPRISING IN PART Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible.Grcen, Adalade and Brown cloths;, Ribbed, Striped and Plain CASSIMERESi-a splendid assortment of Black.Blue-black.Gieen, Mause, Fawn, Slate, Gro de Naple, Gro de Swa, Gro de Sein, and Ress Italian SILKS; Florence assorted colors, together with a splendid assortment of Ralgues, Figured Silks, a variety of Prints and Chintzes, new style I.awns, Mouslindelaines, Ginghams, Painted, Cross-barred, Striped, Jacohett'K Cambric Aluslih", a fine assortment of CALICOES, a superior assortment ot Veils and Handkerchiefs, a general assortment of Summer, figured and plain Satin ' TESTINGS, Summer Cloths, Sattinets, plain and striped Linens, Irish Linens,Velvet Cords,.Beavertcerts, Checks, Cotton-Drillings, Tickings, 8cc...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

! NEW, G O A CH MAKn>IG ..,„,„ JElS3CJMBJt l IS/Ml WJBJr^, - -'- "IN CARLISLE, PA. nff^HEsubscriber having just arrived from the "JL east with some of the best workmen that cuutd be procured, is now-prepared to finish work in the most fashionable style and of the best materials. He will manufacture any thing in that line of business, such as . oAKiBi'.aa&o'sias; 'di&Si' SULKYS Ac CARNAGES, - of evcry'de-scription.- He has now in his erriploy probably one of the best Spring Mailers and Coach Smiths that is-now in the state; His charges shall be moderate and his work will all be warranted. " -Repairing done in the neatest manner and with despatch.- - --. ¦- i The subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public, for which he will tender his most sincere thank's. FRED'K A. KENNEDY. Car/is/e. \pri/ J 8, 1839. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

CABINET MAKING BUSINESS. THE subscriber wishes, respectfully, to inform the inhabitants of Carlisle and the public in general, that having received a regular course of instruction in the above .business, he has just returned from the city ot Philadelphia, with a complete assortment of the best MAHOGANY, and other necessary materials, and is now prepared to manufacture in the most fashionable and. substantial manner-, SECRETARIES, BUREAUS,, CENTRE AND end tables, Stands, dee. &c., and will be thankful to all who may please to patronise him. His "terms shall be as moderate as the nature of the work and the exigence of the times will afford. Approved cohntry.prpducetaken inpayment. To close the concern, BEDSTEADS of various kinds will be made,' upon wliich the weary may repose—and, slfould Death overtake them, COFFINS will he made according to, order, in whicli to deposite their remains that they may be at rest. (/"Please call at his shop in North Hanover street,"Carlisle, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

TlieMcmbers ofthe Sociehj of Equal Righ's ARE HEREBY NOTIFIE D THAT the Treasurer has been instructed " to notify the members', that unless .all arrearages and quarterly contributions are fully paid previous tb.,the 4th of July next, the ac: counts will be placed fn the hands-of n MagiS' trate for collection." - * ... . --¦ R. CAMERON, Treasurer? June 19th. 1839. 3tSi. •'" •¦'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

GOLDEN BALL HOTEL* OTESTHIOH STREET OARX.XSX.Sj The subscriber, respectfully informs liis 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, arid 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; ..•¦ ¦ His Table will be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce.' His Ear is supplied with tlie,choicest liquorsj and liis Stable whicli is' large and convenient, will be in charge of a careful and attentive ostler. ¦ '.,,''',,' "" Tie flatters himself that, from his experience as an Innkeeper,-he wilLbe able to render general satisfaction. GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 18S9. , ! . ' tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

COAL! ..COALS,-. .. JUST received and forsaleat my landing near the Steam Mill, on the Canal, 500 tons of- ' Bed Ash Pine Grbve Coal, . warranted to.'be the best article of the kind known at the present time: It will be sold in Jots to suit purchasers. " i Also—a large quantity of LtlMBEU of dif-'; ' ferent kinds,and qualities: superior Shingles) Piaster: Salt by, the barrel, Wc. all,^f which articles will be disposed of at the most reasonable prices. C.HAUEES L. BERGHAUS: Harrisburg, June C, 1839. " ... 5m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

VALUABLE HEAL. ESTATE SlPRBALB*.:..-THE-subscriber will sell ot private, sale,- a valuable'tract of land, situitc in'Nctvton'township, Cumberland county, abeu^a half mile west of Stoughstown, on the turnpike leading1 tcV ¦ Chambersburg/adjoining lands ot JohrtStough and Samuel Browneller, containing_JHXT V- EIGHT MiiiSS, of first rate. LIME. ¦ STONE LAND, about fifteen acres ^ of which arc covered with thriving Young Timber; the remainder.is under-good fence aiid ina high state — of cultivation, liaving-theieon erected'a .¦¦—; ¦ ! ' j-jfesSt . TWOSTOM mnm log houss. Mlmslsm AND, NEW- LOG BARN\ There is also on -the premises a thriving ijoitng , afiplc orchard;'., ... . . * . /;...' - Any person wishing to view the premises.wiii. call-wUh-the-subScrib.er,--reiiIdihg--ih-rFriinkfoi-d—township, about one mile nortlmf Alrev's'mill;—and a short distaiice.from Iletrick's t.tore.-- - -! •'- saaiuel marquart; ; June 13,1839... .:.V',:... 2m.: .'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

^ TEACHERS WANTED, = ¦v^OURlteachers (three male and orte female) JP are wanted to"l;ikecharge of, the schools of the Mechariicsburg-Districtj.Cumbferland county, Pa. Proposals will be received by the Pres. ident ofthe Boajdi from teachers who may wish a situatkin.in which they will'state the salary per month,.for which they, will -.teach.. The reception of proposals Will closetc-Buttie^'th "of' Julv next immediately after which a selection of the teachers will be made by the 'board.' ' Schools •to commence on the first of November folldwing. ¦ It is expected that satisfactory evidence will be given as to moral character and'quaiificutions. , . -.... .- jACOB WEAVER, Vres'U • George F. Cain, Sec'y. •'•',""'•¦' ' Mechanicsburg, June 6, 1839.' ,;' - 4t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

MARRIED: j ~ On Tuesday evennig the 18th instJby the Rev. Wm; T. Sprole, Mr. Samuel If. Haverstick, to Miss Henrietta Wilson, afi of this borough. _. . . On the 13th inst. by the same, Mr."William Davidson, to Miss Elizabeth Barnhart, both pf this county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

DIED: -' . ¦ s, . On Saturday last, in this borough, Mrs. Martha A. Allcnjyft fe of William H. Allen, A. M. Professor of Chemistry in Dickinson Collegej in the 21st year of her age. / In this borough on Monday last, Mrsi——Crean, relict of the late Richard 'Crean.— She bore her afflictions with christian forti-Vide and resignation, during her protracted illness. '". A. ¦ ¦ COMMDMICATED. DIEDrOn Tuesday .the l*th inst Cath- ^ arine wife-of Wm. Culberts/n Esq. in the^ S'4th year of her age. / -•¦ ' To those Who were acqirainted with this estiniable woman, he,r life requires no eulogy. The remembrance of her kind aiid "amiable temper, ibe consistency and symmetry of her religious character, and the concern she .constantly, manifested for the- welfare of Christ's Kingdom, will not only secure a tribute of respect for her memory, but settle the convictionthat their_ loss is her gain.— "Her death strikingly" displayed "tlie .power of that religion .whicli adorned her life. The illness ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

ATTENTION/ .« « T I X JL M St I". ' "W7~OU are ordered to p;(ide on youi 5l usual ground on Tlmiday the 4tli ol July, at 2 o'clock, in tl) morning, in summer uniform? .' - By order of the Oatain. .1. R. KliltfAN, O. S. June2r, 1839. r . ATTENTION Carlisle Light Iiiuitry! "".,1- Vr6u are ordprcd ttparade on your Al usual ground on Thur'ay morning the Bk 4th of July next, at 'o'clock, in suin-^n\ mer uniform. • Eachnember will pre-EmJ pare himself with s: rounds of blank uTT J cartridi;es. ' ] 1 V By order of Oit- Moudy. „. Ul T. SPOT?WOOD, O. S. -• Jg June 27, 1839. y 30 DiOIXARS 5EWARD. DESERTED from Ca»sle Barracks, on the night of the 4th in"- J O N-A T HAN W ORTZS, a DragonRecruit in the JJ. S. " -AniryTaged" 22-years," S*t"9 inches higlrrgnry eyes, dark hair, ruddy:omplexion—born in Cumberland county, Peisylvania—by occupation a farmer. Enlist"' 22d April 1839, at Harrisburg, for the per-d of 5 years. The above reward will be pfi to any person delivering the said deserter ti»e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

:L._CECEAE-|!A©J5r-JWADX!„ 1 _ ¦" /:eL#HiNG.:::-npiHE-subscribe^ankful <0'' past favors;'res--A'pectfully i'rtfoJr3 t'ie public that he has on hand a large assoineht of ready made clothing at-his establishm*. a -few doors wctt of the Post Ofllce, in Mn street, Carlisle, whicli he' offers for sale on-Jry* moderate terms. He also continues tojtry on the Tailoring business, and will alwaysi grateful for a share of public patronage, f ^|LLIAM, M'PHERSON. June 13,1839 ", tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

C A3TRA1T HORSE AMlo the residence of the subscriber in V\WJ>leysburg, Ea"St Pe^nsborough township, Cliierland countyi onthe 25th day of Maylastheis a dark hay, about 16 hands high, has a atil white spot on his forehead, and his shouldfevas sore ofthe collar when he came. The ofer is requested to come forward, prove propeifpay charges,atid-take him away; oil:*, erwisfe will be dealt with according to law." ' ¦ f - "¦ ' - JOHN LONGNECKE-R. -JuriP. 1839<- .. .. *¦ •.'• »^3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Estate < Jacob Myers, decediedi .<. !OTrcB%f..: | « ETTEB°f Admini8traticn.ori'"We estate ||i 0f jacoMyers*,4ate of South Middlefori' township, Clberlahd county, have been issued to the siibswer residing in the same.township: All personS- any way,4ndebted to said estate will makeftrment» and those having claims will presenu'tOi Jlroperly authenticated, for setaeme«% JOHN MYERS. Adm'r. .' Junel3i39;' " ¦ ' 6f '.

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