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

JList of Causes FOR TRIAL at AUGUST TERM.1BM. First tveelt—commencing. 12//; August, 1839. Geese ex'rs vs Shannon adm'r Sec J Slouglt * vs R McElwane R It Church &c vs G Cart J Pond vs Thos C Lane's ad nr R McGregor vs Same J Morrison vs J Given et al J Fetter vs S Alexander J Clever vs J W I'attnn B R Church &c vs G & W McCIure D Lamb vs M Dunlap . *• Second week—commencing 19th August. Commonwealth vs V Livinger ] M Woodburn. vs V Noble Tiirniiikc Company vs C V R R Company J Meixell 'vs-M Diller . Thns Dnhhn cx'rs vs M El>y co-cognizer &c C V R R Company vs, John Moore K McKibljen vs .1 McKibben ex'r S Lee vs J Anderson M Love adm'r vs M Eby co-cognlzcr R S McCiine vs D Malfon G R Lecpcv vs F Herron ct al WECvolzey vs J Casey J Stough vs Moore CBiddle .1 Meixell vs P Diller P Leidig & wife vs 1 Miller et al Cmnmnnw'lli for use vs J McFeely R R Church he vs J M Ege GEO. SANDERSON, Proth'y.. Carlisle, Jaly J, 1839.- .--.•——

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

FOR MALE. Three good young Horses, suitable for saddle or harness, One new Tillberry, One set ol double brass mounted Harness, One broad wheeled Wagon, and One sutkey** - ". Alcn, a lot of superior Fly Nets, and driving and riding Whip*—all ol which will be sold very cheap. , HAMILTON 8c GR1ER. Carlisle, Ju]y 4, 1839. (dorFIbrooms. ~~ Just received and for sale a.'lot of CORN BROOMS of the best quality. 11106 37. Hamilton Uf Grin.

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

JL1TERARY NOTICE. AT a meeting of the alumtni of Dickinson college; at the chapel, on the l&h day of July, 1838, it was resolved to revive the former alumni association of said College. Every graduate is.deitried a member of the association.— Messrs. ^ James Hamilton, Thomas V. Moore", John Zug, J. Reed, Samuel Alexander Be Thomas Bowman, were appointed a "Standirig 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 befo're commencement,) and to give public notice.thereof. The committee have performed the duties assigned them, and now pive the notice required. It is hoped there will be a general attendance. Other papers friendly to the College will confers favor by inserting this notice. - Carlisle, June 20,1839.

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

BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THE subscribers having lately purchased the stock of goods owned by 3. H. Weaver,, at the north-east corner of the Public Square, Carlisle, consisting of a large and general assortment of seasonable DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, QEEENSWARE, frc. Also, a general assortment of Hatters' Furs and Trimmings—all of which they will sell on the most accommodating terms. R. ASfGNEY, H. ANDERSON, June 20,1839. tf

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

CAUTION. ¦WTOTIClklS HEREBY GIVEN to all pcrjyl sons, thaY-no fishing or hurtling will hercaltcr be permitted on the lands of the subscribers, on the Letart Spring cast of Carlisle. The la>v will be enforced against any and evciy person who may hereafter be detected in either of the above pursuits within our bounds: and any person giving such information as. may lead to the conviction of such offenders shall receive a reward of jf5. Given under our hands the 15th day of June, 1839. , - ... --f.-r.--. _ ¦ —-.-. -Samuel Kutz; .?. _ -•¦"--- Jacob Kuxz.f David Kutz, Christian Ruiil, Christian Crotzer,,,, Jacob Erb, Henry Bitzer, Samuel Kinney, ^ Jacob Hershe, ----;-- "- .' "Jonathan Neioio, Ulricii Strickler. Henry Paul..

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

Figured and Plant Silks. JUST received some splendid plain, watered figured Gros.de-Naps and Gro-de-Swiss bilks, which are offered lit unusually low prices. June 20. " ' Arnold & Co.

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

WILLIAMS* VALLEY • -RAJ& ROAD AND MINING COMPANY, In the Counties of Dauphin and SchuylkilL NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT iri pursuance of an act of Assembly, incorporating the- William's Valley Railroad and Mining company in the counties of Duphin and Schuylkill -, books ,will"be"opened tor the subscription of. stock in said company, under the direction of one or more of the commissioners named in the law, from the 15th day of July until the 21st day of July inclusive, from 40 o'clock, A-Miruntil-2VclockrP.^NU;:atrz== - The Hotel of George Nagle in Harrisburg. The Hotel of Joseph Culbertson in Chambersburi*. ' ' ' Tne Hotel of William S. Allenin Car7W<;. " And from the 17th until the 23 day of July inclusive, from the hours bf ten o'clock, A. M., until 2 o'clock P. M. at thej'hiladelphia Exchange, 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 dollararonivhich $5 must be paid"at...

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

STRAY STIVER. TAREN.iip trespassing on the pt emises of the subscriber in West Pennsborough township; about orie-mile^nbrth of-Smbkeytown, ou-the banks of theConnodoKuinetcreek.nbouUh'e first of May lasti a BRINDLE STEERi with a bell on—supposed 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, to laflr. ¦ GEORE MUSSELMAN, Sen, June 19. 1839, ,?-¦; -. ¦,- . ;, St*! SB fiS»JPOWPER By the Keg; ^cc received, and for sale at the stpreof'. --,'„•• •'¦ ...-... ••¦ ¦' . ¦ ,' ...JOHN GRAY, .Agent.

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

NEW GOODS'. andrewJrichards, " Is now opening a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer GOODS, At the south-east corner of Market Square, well known as Brcdin's Corner, and recently occujiie'd by Geo. (V. Crabb,.-, COMPRIStNOlN.PART •}-¦ . .* Blue, Black, Blue Black,Invisible Green, Aoa' ¦ - -Indeand Browti , - .'- — -* OLO"TB0i Ribbed, Striped and Plain CASSIMEBESi a splendid assortment of Black,Uluc-black.Grccn, Mause; Fawri, Blate, Gro de Naple.Grode Swa, Gro de Sein, and Ress Italian SIEKSJ Florence assorted colors, together with a splendid assortment of Raigues, Figured Silks, a variety of Prints and Chintzes, new style Lawns, Mouslindelaincs, Ginghams, Painted,-Cross-barred, Striped, Jaconctt Ec Cambric Muslin, a fine assortment of . CALICOES, a superior assortment of Veils and Handkerchiefs, a general assortment of Summer, figured and plain Satin VESTINGS,', ' -: Summer Cloths, Satlincts, plain and striped Linens, Irish Linens.Velvet Cords, Beaverteeris, Checks, Cotton D...

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

NEW - COAC SJHAK I N <£ ' JESTJtMtMlS' B.WliJ¥T, --IN CARLISLE, PA. f H^HE subscriber having just arrived from the _H_ east with some of the best workmen that could be procured, is now prepared to finish work in the most fashionable style and of the best materials. He will manufacture ariy thing in tljat line Of business, such as oars, cresasateLoioB, SULKYS A CARRIAGES, of every description. He has now in his employ probably one of the best Spring Maker's tufa Coach Smiths that- is now in the state. Bis charges shall he moderate and his work will all hewarranted. Repairing donein the neatest manner and with despatch: 1 he subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public; for which he wi// tender his most sincere thanks. ,.->*" FRED'K A. KENNEDY. Car/is/c, AprM 18,1839. tf ¦

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

CAB2NET MAKING BtreiNEBS. THE subscriber wishes, respectfully, to inform the inhabitants of .gariisle and the public in general, that having received aregular course of instruction in the above business, he has just returned from the city~ol Philadelphia, wjjh 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, StTREAtTS, CENTRE AND END TABZ.ES, Stands, &c. «Stc, and will be thankful to all who may please to patronise him. Ills terms shall be as moderate as the nature of the work and the exigence of the times will afford. Approved country producetaken In payment. To close the. concern,- BEDSTEADS of various kinds will be made,- upon which the tveary may re/iose—and, should Deathovertake them, GOITINS will bemnde according to order, in which to deposite rteh-_r^mains_that ihcyrmayrberaerest;^ : = Jj"Please call at his shop in North Hanover street, Carlisle,...

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

ADVERTISEMENT. ..".-. TTie Members ofthe Society of Equal Rights v ARE-'HEREBTF' notified rTpHAT the Treasurer ^ ha^beerWnsttSKted--i—-,,:to:^otify'"th6"i^rSeml)5rs; that unless all arrearages and rjuarlerly contributions are fully paid previous to the 4th of July next, the accounts will be placed in the hands- of a Magistrate for collection.".., • - ¦''' R. CAMERON, Treasurer; June 19th, 1839. Sts.

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

GOLDEN BALL ; ¦•.L:Uiwtei^"."¦'-.:..:¦' \- WEST SWJH STBEBT OABUtSJiE; The subscriiJef-tespectfully informs his friends and the public gonerally that he has taken that well known taveTivgtand at tlid West end of .High street, jh CaBrsle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry. Rhbads, anU 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..;^ >_,_.. ill ':! ._„„._..:: ' ;; _'¦ .'_..'__ •His Table will be constantly furoehed ivith the best tha country can produce. Hi3' Bar is Biipplied>\vith the choicest liquors, and ais Stable which is largerand Convenient, will be in charge of a careful aridlittenTtive ostler., _ ¦•/ '-.-¦ ,, .... ¦ „'.- '.-.'.. - •* He flatters himself that, from his experience hs an- Innkeeper, he will be able td render general satisfaction. .'. r •" GEORGE; SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 18S9.V tf

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

- Silk, Scotch GhigMrii ^ tJotjton UmbTCilasan'd.alar^c.oss.orthlent.of'pluiri'aritl v figured Parasolsufofetole by, V.*->' ¦ ¦ "y. <-W-, ¦ ¦ ¦ "• ¦ '; --^'-""" - ¦ y .r.-,.y ¦-_ ¦¦ - .ARm>VD.u^o.:v;,- : \-. - ¦ -} ^>" •¦"* AUne«.r:atg^^^ctlJiiy pibur8,.y-.-.'''-y-;,.,v ¦'ii' r"'" '' •'. ^^r^!; «^Wvr•:^aV•;>'v ."';'.';/*!*;

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

DIED: . y On Wednesday the S6th ult. in Striu°;hstown, of a lingcnnt; disease, Captain John Slough, in the 56th year of his age yi^ii'Saturday lasiin West_P.cnnsb. or.ough "/oivnsliip, Jacob Aljer, Esq. for many years /a member ofthe Legislature of Pennsylvania (from this county—at an advanced age. On the same day, Mrs. Crockett, widow of James Crockett, sen. deceased of Monroe township, at an advanced age.

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

Iii*crary Notice. T HE Fourth Anniversary of the Oratorical Society of Dickinson Institute, will be celebrated on Monday evening next, 8ih inst., in the Methodist Epii-copal church. The Ammal Oration will bOj^elivered by J. L. Carey, Ksq.— Exercises tdVommence at 8 o'clock. The pub-Mjc are respectfully invited to attend. July 4,

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

FORGBJWEIV WANTED. jjJ«X GOOD REFlNERS,.warited immediate J5 ly at Dickinson Forge. 'Apply to ... '' .,- « ,»»n -->':•' A.G.EGE. May 2,1839. • tf

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

A ;. ARNOLD & CO. -¦'• ./i ¦ T their New Store in Mec/ianicebtirgfhkxe, just rcceiveda large assortment of summer goods, consisting of Cassimeres, Urillinfis, Linen and Hempan.CordsrNankeens, {s*c oc./ . ¦

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

CARLISLE SPRINGS. THE Proprietor respectfully jnforms the public in general that he. is now ready to accommodate a large number of Boarders and Visitors. The Springs are situated 4.J miles north of Carlisle, Cumberland county, Pa. and 3 miles south of Sterretf s Gap, on the North .Mountain, in a fine, healthy and romantic place. There is an extensive BATH1NO ESTABLISHMENT erected (both warmtnid cold,) and every ac>- commodation may be-relied on. ». CORNMAN. . ..June 27,-1839. ; 6t N, B.—A.Barouche will run daily from Carlisle to the Springs during" the season, for the accommodation of Visiters. ----'- D. G."

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

30 DOLLARS REWARD. "H~fcESER TED frornJJariisVeBarrack' s, on the JtP-riiglvrortlieTth inst. JONATHAN WO R T. 2S, a Dragoon Recruit in the U, S. Army, aged 22ycars, 5 feet 9 inches high, gray eyes, dark hair,. ruddyLcomplexion—born in Cumberland couniy, Pennsylvania—by0occupation a farmer. Enlisted 22d April 1839, at Harrisburg, for the period of 5 years. The a. bove reward will |>c paid to any person delivering the said deserter to the commanding officer at Carlisle Barracks. .'" R. S. DIX, -"..--.-• Cant. &-Ass*t. Qr.jMaster.- - Dated at Carlisle Barracks,? June-6,J839.-t--~—-5^ —-3t^=-

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