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

..NOTICE. ' NO funeral expenses of out,-door paupers will be allowed after this date, unless an order ot relief from a Justice of the Peace or a Director be obtained at or before the funeral, itating that theindi\idua1 is poor, and that there are no means to bury him or her—also, no Physician will be paid for more than one visit, unless by an order from one of the Directors. - - ' D. EMMINGER,-) A. \VAO(JONERAZ)i,rc/or8. ' J. DUNLAP, 3 June 20, 1839." tf

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

STRAY STEER. TAKEN up trespassing on the premises of the subscriber in West Pehnsborough township, about one mile north of Smokeytown,' on the banks of the Connodoguinet creeks about the first of May last, a BRINDLE STEER, with a bell on—suppose^ to be about three years old. The owner is desired to call, prove property, .pay charges and take him away or he will be disposed of according t" law. GEORE MUSSELMAN, Sen. ..June 19, 1839, :•-, ' 31* IPOWDER By the Keg, &c* received and for sale at the store of - . -.' : • -, --¦ JOHN GRAY, Agent.

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

ACARPr SARAH £< K. ORE AW; Having resigned her situation in the common schoolsi has opened on her own account a select school, notcxceedingthiityEcholais.in the house formerly occupied by-Mr. James.Bredin, and nbw occupied by Mr; Andrew Richards', where she will be happy to receive the children'oPhny who may feel disposed to patronize lier. For terms apply either at her own residence in Hanover street, at any time between school hours, or at the school room from 9 to 12 A. M. or from 2 to 5 P.M. Reference; ---— C. B. PENROSE, % MBS. L.BlDDLEj • W. M. B1DDLE, REV. P. H.GREENLEAF, GEO; A. LYON. June 13,1839. . .

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

_ Estate of Ai Hursh, sen. deceased, ¦' NOTICE THE subscribers having taken out letters of administration on the estate of Abraham Hursh,' deceased, late'of Allen township, Cumberland coiintyi hereby give notice to all persons indebted to said estate to make' payment, immediately, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement. . » ABRAHAM HORSH; .,:-.' CHRISTIAN,HURSH,-Adm'rs, residing-iri'tSilen toivn'shifif. '.( June IS, 1839,....,.-" j^.'j^-;;' -:".., •-.'' T . j -" ¦ .'! \; ,* ' ' ¦ '' .".'. -

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

J%"oticc to Creditors. TAKE NOTICE that tjie subscribers have" been appointed Auditors to marshal the assets ofthe estare of David^Ncswaiigerr aniong the creditors, and that we will meet for-that purpose at the house of John Hoover, in Mechanicsljurg; on Saturday the yd of August-next, at-10 o'clocki A. M. where all persons having claims will present them for settlement. JOHN COOVBR, -) , MICH'L HOOVER, $. Auditors. ... . -HENRY. LEAS,..,.:_5 __ : t -

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

VALUABLE PAHHI r, FORSALE. , \ ' |iHE subscriber .offers at private sale thcj"nl^ fl. lowing described valuable real estate, situfttd. in Allen township, Cumberland county, containing U4 acres, more or less, of patented land, 8-bout 90 acres of which are cleared and In a high state of cultivation, and the residue covered with thriving timber. ¦ The improvements are; a _jfag. TWO' STORY" faNM' ' STONE HOUSE, Jlflbssis ' AndxDoublo log-Barn, two Apple Orchards, one of which.is of choicd fruit, a never (ailing spring of wa'ter, and a fouti-1 tain pump at the door—also, a Tenant'House,'. The above me.htioiied.ti'act.is yearly.all limestone land, of a good qualityj.an'd is.in a healthy neighborhood—within t lynnSiles" of Mechanics burg and the Cumberland Valley Rail Road, and about cue mile from Sheplicrdstowrt. ^ An indisputable title, will.be given. For terms; apply to the subscriber near the premises. ;~ j . James graham. . May 30, 1839, ~-~ \ ',"" ¦• tf

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

Estate of Nancy Weaver, dee'd. . '¦ RO^t^E.¦¦'-••'', THE public "will tnkc notice tliAt-'Letters"of Administration have, tills day been.issued to the subscriber, on the estate of Nancy Weaver, Ijite of Monroe township* Cumberland county.' All who have claims against said deceased arc requested to make the same known to the subscriber; residing in Dijlsburg, without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate are re- " quired to-call and Settle the sanie; - l-1 - .-.:¦ LEVI W. WEAVER. May 17, 1839. ¦ 6t

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

-¦BTRAT MARSir."; ,-:'7T V CAME to the public house of the subscriber in Silver Spring township, on the 30th ult; a Sorrel Mare, nbput-ll'years old, Jietwee^-16 and 17 hands high, with a starnn theforcliead ' .. and rough shod before. The owner; is.requestf^ to come, forward, pi-ove property) pay chni'fics and take her awajvcKshc willbe di»r'»e,c.ot as'."- - • tlie-Jawdirects. :'.--"• ».,-• - .,-".„,,_ ¦ 7k* '-MICHAF* LEID1G, Sen. .. ' . June 13, 18S2.-. ";:.<-""> j.' ;'v*-V'-' -.'., 3f :Silfci^-a'ch ^Iiig1u«^^tt0iti]^ «"mbrr«s Stlua>rgeassortmciifof; plan\,oric(:":??' p^red Parasols for sale by': " ', '¦'¦ •, >-.-r/«^ .l-%i '. ... '.;-;' ".:. ¦ -;:''^R^o"jJO^-to "^fSv"V' :.. - ... AttlirirM'oriS-itfMchh?ni«b'&" g34> '.-.^'->

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

Terms of> Publication Tho American Volunteer Is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at 7W Dollars \>er annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents it not paid within the year. No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid. A. failure to. notify a discontinuance at the expiration of ajtei'm, will be considered a new engagement. ' Advertisements will be thankfully received, arid published at the rate of gl 00 per square for three insertions, and 25 cts. fur each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. IUndbills, Blanks, Cards, lie. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. - A5TEWTS VOS. THE VOIiTTHTEEn. The following Gentlemen w.ill please act as agents for this papen snbscriptionsrcceived.and money paid to either of tueseindividualswilibe acknowledged by u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

P O K TUTT • For the Volunteer, - LIXES ' On the diBtruction of the old II ilhvt Tree l/ui *tooil on the green at the earner bfthe Fin J'reshyterktn Church, 6tf^ the late hail slot m. There stands the old willow, Its branches hung'Uownj At once,the beauty v And pride of our town; The sun in the morning Beams bright on its boughs. And perfumM with dew drops, - --. It offers it's vows. A sad'mournful change Hath passM over tin- scene, And standing, ihe willow. No longer is seen! The storm cloud in fury And anger hath pass'd, , * And e'en the old willow Hath bow'd to the blast. ' And waving in beauty - Adorning the green, Its pendulous brunches No longer are seen,; No more will the ciders Be seen meeting there. To offer to Heaven ' Fur sinners' a prayer. The soft balmy zephyr That flo.its^o'er the plain, Its lone hanging branches Shall slir not again ; When passing the wild bird Shall poise on its wing, And plaintively o'er U A requiem sing. Tho" oft it had triumph'd O'er tem...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

MISCELLANEOUS. For the American Volunteer. : THE PAST. The past 1 what isi the past but the sepulchre to .which oblivion consigns the chaos of entombed virtue; and (he charnel house of shameless guilt? 'Tis the memory of scenes —and-event8-thatnow;exist-only-in-the-cell-of the heart, engraved upon its tablet. 'Tis ¦ the harbinger of "futurity—the repository ol „ .those Saturnian^dreams which in early youth cheered my buoyant spirit and taught me to anticipate in long perspective—an almost sempiternity of pleasure:-. The pait! methinks I hearsome" wearied spirit say it is pleasing to resort to the past—to recall visions that have long singe departed, faded, Wotted from thepage of the present.,., it. is _._P_! ?asj.ngii-0 _reyert_toi_njy_ infantile days, .when my mind was pure and /.spotless,nas my fair brow and the bright auburn tresses .which, clustered o'er it; or when with the adventurous daring of youth I recklessly scaled the steep ascent and attained the summit of ambitio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

FOR PRESIDENT IN 1840,-MARTIN VAN BUREN, OWn FJOJIG. . "Now our flag is flung to the wild wind free, Let it float o'er our 'father land," And the guard of its spotless fame shall be, Columbia's chosen band!" ' AND AN ' INDEPENDENT TREASURY. An Tnde/ienden: Treasury,—whose officers responsible- to - the people, instead- of privileged corporations, shall guard the people's money.— Democracy-asks in vain, what claim have the banks to use this public treasure as their own,— again to convert it intoari engine of ruinous expansions and contractions ofthe currency, aiid,6t sew political panics and* pressures, to enforce submission to the Money Power.—lion. James Buchanan'* Toast. This day—consecrated by all that is dear and,ines.timable,to man-»-we raise, in a formal manner, our flag fo ^ thj^rnast-head—¦dt^ tenrihied to keep it yaving aloft until, the ¦victorious legions of democracy shall again conquer under the favorable lead of the eminent statesman who now presides .over the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. ^ BY SANDERSON & CORNMAN. "fij"- ''..,'"' " . ¦' ' . . Z^Miiifctf/j ' ' - \\* vl»\- \*\ \»\j" •'»'»•'''//*/ ,A* ^^^HIS^^K^ CARLISLE; THURSDAY, JULY 4. 1830. ¦ ^ - ' ——"""¦ "¦-.'¦ -.-" ' i ¦ - -¦ '¦•¦¦ '. ¦ '¦-.r-i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

Steamboat burnt and loss of life. . We learn from the Montreal-papers that the steamboat John Bull, which cost £22,-O00, was destroyed by fire early in the morning of the 10th just., cightiniles above Sorel, on her way to Montreal. The boat was run ashore, and two boats fortunately in time,- saved the cabin passengers twelve in "number, except Miss Rose, who fell in the water. There'were 60 deck or steerage passengers, of whom twelve were drowned by jumping overboard during the confusion. It has since been ascertained that at least sixteen are missing, eight of-whom were emigrants. One woman has lost six children; sheTiad nine on board with her, and three only escaped. The confusion among the passengers was such, that as soon as a Hioat would reach the steamer, the rush was so great that many fell in the river. On,e woman caught hold of a rope tied around the neckl of [a Newfoundland dog, who in this instance, as in many others, behaved gallantly and towed her ashore. The fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

MA.RTVIED: On the Z7t\\ ult. by the Rev. R.-McCacfcren, James li. Jrvirie, M. D. to Miss Sarah Isabella, only daughter of Mr. James Davidj son, all of Newville.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

I.JSST J%"OTICSi. ALL persons ^ knowing themselves indebted to tlie estat^-SfiU^b Leh man, late of Dickinson townslitp"vj|d£$£ased, are hereby notified for the last lime liiri™|e, payment on or befure the 1st day ol August next—also the Vendue Notes, given at the sale of said deceased's personal property, are now due, and must be paid nt farthest by the above mentioned time. PHILIP SWORD, JVdmY. ' Dickinson township, Jaly^|,*1839, St* "ha:rdwaris&WitocEis.y S'.T O If E'. FTIhE subscriber respectfully informs his friends :A and the public in general that he ha"s just received from the city of Baltimore, an extensive assortment of merchandize suitable to the present and approaching season, such as SARD-vV^HB, consisting of Case Knives andLForks, Spoons, Locks. Bolts, Hinges andScrews.Pcii and Pocket Knives, Razors, Tacks and Sprigs, Spades & Shovels, Hay and Dung Forks, scythe-stones, rakes, &c. 8cc. £jtc. ^AhjO,_juperiox_. .?«!«riran -and^Engt islrScyThes....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

LIST OF LETTERS--Remaining in. JAe~ Post -Office. at Carlisle, Pa. June 30th, 1.83.9. . Enquirers fill please day advertised. , . A Kosht George "' Adams William King Rebecca 2 . At.chley Catherine.. _: .. L- — - *B Leib Mary Beclman Jacob ' Low John Bemnam Nelson Littell John Blair Henry Lehman Adam Bradly Elnora, M Boyd Eli'za Mark Abraham Bunco Daniel B Mulford-Thomas-W—Bell Sarah Moore-John (barber) Birge Alford Moyer Elizabeth Bricker Benjamin JMitchclIHenry Brown S H Miller William Brown John Mulford Sidney Browne James Miller John (wagoner) C Moreland Lemon Caffrey Owen Morres John Carte" William Musser Mr Chambers Margaret M'Listcr Mary Culbertson William M'fi'uire Patrick Curry Margaret M'Lean Samuel Rev Calven John L Esq M'Glaughlin Henry Connely Joseph M'Feely John L Clarke John A M'ElIvvee Charles Constable of borough 2 N Cairns Harriet 2 Nevin William W " Detes Daniel O'Brien Marion M Didlo George P Dorville Henry Paul John Esq Davidson Jonathan WPreston Robert De...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

SHERIFFS SALES, BY virtue'of. sundry writs'of VemlitioniExponas, to me directed_issue.d_out,of the Court of Common PleaFof Cumberland County, will be exposed to Public Sile, at the Court House, in the borough of Carlisle, on Friday the 2nd clay of August A. D. 1839* at lOo'clock", A. Mi the following described real estate, to wit: A tract of land situate in East Pennsborough. .township, Cumberland-County, containing twenty seven acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Samuel Boyer. John Krssell, -Isaac-bongnecker&'Jacrib Kuntz ^having thereon erected a one and a half story Log House, small Stone'House, and Log Barn, and other out houses. ¦ ' • • Also, a tract of Mountain land situate in East Pennsborough' township^ Cumberland-County, containing twenty-six acres, more or less, bounded by lands of. John Kissell, Newcomer, Jacob Kuntz,- and others. Seized and taken in execution as the property bf Jacob JSltenber&er. Also, a lot of ground situate in Papertown, South...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

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Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

' LIST OP LSSTTBRS, Remaining in the Post OfficT~dtJftfechanics burg, Pa. July 1st, 1839. John T Ayers Jacob Mum ma ¦ JohnS Atlee Henry Mater William Bennett . Samuel Mater A.&S-Coyle "John Manning John Crotzer David Miller Dr Henry Coleman Frederick May Jacob Coover Joshua Moyer Michael Dill Miss Sarah Martin James Dunlap Esq CathrinaMosy William Dean Joseph Newcomer Abrm Eshelman -John G Rupp William Fagan 4 Ruth Reese John Fisher Joseph Rhodes 3 Miss Sarah Fisher Aron Rowe M D Jacob Gross Miss Elizabeth ? Jamison Hannon& Co Swisher 5 Margaret Ingram Elizabeth Sibert D S Jones William Short John Knows Peter Seidel Benj Krider Henry Smith Jacob Lcitzel Miss E H Smith David Lcidigh Miss Susanna Spidle John Landis —Frederick Seidlc Jacob Leidig Michle Winger John Line Saml Westheifer 2 George Mitchler Beneville Weaver GEO. F. CAIN, P.M.

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