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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON & COKNMAN. ~ yHUKSDAY, JULY 38,' iaai>. ¦

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

The balance of the volunteer toasts drank at - the two democratic celebrations in this county will be found on our first page. We have still in reserve two or three "sand blasts," which we may serve up to our read - ers hereafter. Benjamin Champxbvs, Esq. has been appointed-fay the Governor, President Judge of the 2d judicial district, in the place of Otistus Collins, ousted by the Supreme Court. Military Fneamptnent.—A three days' encampment of the 2d Battalion of Cumberland Volunteers will take place at Median - icsburg on the 3d, 4th, and 5th of September. A general invitation is extended by the commanding officer, Maj. Jacob Reiirar, to all other volunteer companies in this and the adjoining counties, who may feel a desire to unite in the encampment. Several, we understand, have already signified'an intention to do so. His Excellency, Gov. Porter, as Commander in Chief, has, at the request of Maj. Rehrar agreed to review the troops during the encampment, Should the weather p...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

oun jpJLJua. "Now our (las is flung to the wild wind free, Let it float o'er our 'father land,". . . Ant] the guard of its spotlte-rTaine shall be, Columbia's chosen band!" FOR PRESIDENT IN 1840,.? MARTIN VAN BUREN, AND AN INDEPENDENT TREASURY. An Inde/icndeni 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 into an engine ot ruinous expansions and contractions of the currency, tmd ot new political panics and pressures, to enforce submission to the Money Power.—Ilqn. James Buchadan's Toast.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

COUNTY MEETING.-The Democratic Republicans of Cumberland County are requested to meet at the j Court House in the Borough.of Carlisle, on Monday (lie 12th of August next, (Court Week,) at early candle ligjit, to adopt measures preparatory to the ensuing general election. A general attendance is requested. ¦ MANY DEMOCRATS. ' _',__ •# CfiltSP. ^ "A Disputant,-" -will find my answer (o his anonymous letters inTlie Herald and Expositor. Should he really wish to dispute •j with me on the lnerifsofPhysiognoni}-,(which 1 do not expect,) I must first require of him more delicacy and civility than he has already shown; for whatever may bemy situation in life, my motto is, and ever will be, "Odiprofanum vulgus el arcco." -G. A.MEUCCI. July 18, 1839. 3t«

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

5 DOLLARS REWARD. Strayed away from the subscribor residing one mile from Fayetteville, Franklin County, Pa", on the 7th inst., a bay Mare and bay Colt. They were seen on the 9th near Mary Ann Furnace. Any person who will secure said mare & colt, and drop nie a line through the Post Office, to Fayetteville, shall receive the above reward. DANIEL MARKLEY. July 18, 1856. St

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

NOTICE. AT a stated Orphans' Court begun on Tuesday the 30th day of April, A. II. ,1839, at Carlisle in and for the county of Cumberland, the following proceedings were had,-viz: In the case of the partition and valuation of the Ileal Estate of JOSEPH' SHHOM, late ot the borough of Carlisle, deceased, on motion of Mr. Lynn, Rule on all ihe parties interested therein that they he and'appear at the next stated Orphans' Court to he held nl Carlisle on Tuesday the 10th day of September next at 10 o'cl'-ck, A. M. to acceptor refuse such sliaie or pni-tinn of llie said Real Iva.He as they may respectively be legally entitled to take at the valuation thereof. . AND In the rase r,f the sums or accounts returned in the Inventory of the personal estate of the said Joseph Shrnni,der.e ised: On mition of. Miy I.Vnn, Hole mi all the p>irtirs interested to\vvpenr at the said >ta:ed Orphans" Court to be held sit Carlisle as aloivs.tid on Tuesday the said lOih day of September nex...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

State of Pennsylvania. CuMDEKLAND COUNTY, SS. oiHir. The Commonwealth of Pennsyl-•ftafiffijfe, vania to Elizabeth Snvder, widow & -"VaMHB relict ofJobn-Stiyderrlaie"Bf~Allen WaHfiuS?? township, Cuniberland'coUrifyi "dec, ^&rtt<y. Margaret Snyder intermarried with ' Charles Eichholtz, and Henry Snyueri heirs at law of the said deceased, ¦ ' .. ....-¦¦ * - ^.Greeting. . Whereas application has been made to nip Isaiic Angney, Register for" the Probate of Wills and granting Letters of Administration in and for Cumberland county, for.the Probate of a certain instrument of writing purporting to be a nuncupative codicil to tlie last will and testament of the said John Snyilei-j deceased." '.". Therefore you.ahd each ofyoii are hereby cited to appear before me at my.omce in thebprough of Carlisle In said county, on^jfurday the 3d day ot August next, at 10'o'clnck, A>Mv of said day; then and there to contest the said nuncupative (^odicil ifyiil) tliiiik proper...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS the Hon. Samuel Hepburn, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in ihc counties of Cumberland, Juniata & Perry, and the Hon. John Stuart' aiu^John Lefevre. Judges of the said Court of Common Pleas of the county of Cumberland, have issued their precept bearing date the 17th day rif April ,1839, and to me directed, for holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer, and GencralJail Delivery, and General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, at Carlisle, on the second* Monday of August, 1839, (being the 12tfi day,) at 10 o'clock in the, forenoon.- JYotice is hereby/ given to the Coroner, Justices of the 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 other Remembrances, to do those things which to their offices respectively appertain.— And those who'are bound by recognizances to prosecute against the prisoners that are, or then may be, in the Jail of Cumb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THE subscribers having lately purchased the stork of goods owned by J. II. Weaver, nt the north-cast corner of the Public Square, Carlisle, consisting of a large and general assortment of seasonable " - .. DRY-GOODS, GROCERIES, QEEENSfVARE, Stc. Also, a general assortment of Hatters' Fursnnd Trimmings—all of which they will sell on the most accommodating terms. R. ANRNEY, H. ANDERSON, June 20,1839. ¦ tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

NOTICE. "TSVTO funeral expenses of out door paupers u ill .X\ .be allowed after this date, unless an ordet ot relief tt-oin a Justice of the Peace or a Uirector he obtained at or before the lunrlVil, ".taling that the individual is poor, and that there are no means to bury him or her—also, no Physician -will be -pard^forriivorn'tlrnirnne-visit, unicsrby an order from one of the Directors. 1). KMMINGKR.i A.W'AGCONEIt.J. ¦,-rectors. ¦¦ J. DUNLAP, 5 .lunt-'2S, 1839. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

SHERIFF'S SAES, HSY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex-JO? poiins, to me directed issued out of .the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland Couiity, will be exposed to Public Sale, at tlie -Court House, in (he borough of Carlisle, on Friday tlie 2nd day of August A.. I). 1839, at 10 o'clock, A. M. the following described real estate, to wit! A tract of land situate in East Pennsborough township, Cumberland County, contaitiing seventy .seven acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Samuel Boycr. John Ivessell, Is" iic I.ougneckcr & Jacob K'Jiitz, having there, on erected a one and a half story Log House, small Stone Housey-arid Log-Barn,-und other out houses. , . ¦ ¦ x. Also, a_tract-of.Mountain-land situate in East Peonsborough township, Cumberland County, containing-twenty-six acres, more or less, bounded by lands-of John Kissel), -:— Newcomer, Jacob Kuntz, and others. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Jacob Ellenberger. Also, a lot of ground situate in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

CARLISLE SPRINGS* THE Proprietor respectfully informs the public in general that he'is hdw ready to aceoihmodate a largVnumb'el'of Boarders and Visitors, The Springs aresifuated 4*'.miles north of Carlisle, Cumberland county. Pa. and 3 miles south of Sterrett's Gap; on the North Mountain, in a fine, healthy1 and romantic'plane! ,,T.hereis an extensivcj'_ ^ ' ¦ ^-„- _^__;_.- BATHltf Q ESTABLISHMENT erected .{both, warm undcnld,) and every ac* c.omtnodation may,be relied on. • : •_' ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦:- ^' ¦ '-.'-'"¦ :-. ,n.cornman; .. June 2A.1839. . ¦: ¦ . v . ,: ..- . 6t " NrBi—A Barouche will run daily trom Carlisle to the. Springs -during the season, for. the accommodation of Visiters. ....,:- -D..C; '¦ ^i2-l£MJ!iM!i -&QR: sslb.__,,_j:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

. HARDWARE & GROCERY" S T O RE. The subscriberrespectfully Informs His friends and the public in general that he has just reeeived-from the city.of Baltimore, an extensive assortment of merchandize suitable to the.present and approaching season, such as HAHDWAHB, consisting of Case ^Knives and Forks, Spoons, Locks. Bolls, Hinges and Screws, Pen and Pocket Knives, Razors, Tacks and Sprigs, Spades & Shovels, Hay and Dung Forks, scythe stones, rakes, &ci See. Uc. Also, superior American and English Scythes. , He has also on hand an excellent assortment of Patent Family Medicines, such as pills," oils and ointments. Also^ all kinds of Essences. He has also on hand Horse Medicines, such as the Oil of Spike, Oil of Stone and Horse Powders, See. &c. &c. . He has also on hand an extensive assortment of American Forest and //ihdostan Oil Stone, suitable for Carpenters and Wood Choppers. He also has Powder by tbe'keg, among which is the finest Rifle P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

(KOLDEN BAIili . HOTEL, WEST fiTGH STHEET CARLISLE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and .tlie public generally that lie lias taken1 tliat well known tavern stahd at the West end of High street, in Carlisle; formerly kept by Mr. Henry Rlioads, and that he is no\y prepared to accommodate Drovers, IVaggohcrs, 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 Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors, and his Stable which is large and convenient, will be in charge of a careful and attentive ostler. ¦ He flatters himself that, from his experience as an Innkeeper, he will be able to render general satisfaction. GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 18S9. ' tf •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

COAt! COAL! JUST received and for sale nt my randingnear the Steam Mill, on tlje Canal, 500 tons of lied Ash Pine Grove Coal, warranted "to be the best article of the kind known nt the present time: It will be sold -in lots tosuit purchasers. Also—a large quantity of LUMBER of different*'kinds and qualities: superior Shingles; Plasteri-Sa/t~by-l[ie barrel,—JsHs—nll-of—ivhiclr articles will be disposed of at the most reasonable prices. " CHARLES L. BERGHAUS. Harrisburg, June 6,»1839. " , 5m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

BLACKING! BLACKING!! The subscriber respectfully informs the public that lie has commenced the manufacture of boot and shoe BC&CmXtTG at Mid-, dleseX, Cumberland county. Pa; .Tliis'hlackirif; . is. equal to any In the Union; and will be disposed * of wholesale or retail on very moderate terms-JOHN C. STEVENS. •July It, 1839. • - 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

DR, H. EBAUGH, WILL be in this place, about the 10th inst., and remain for one week only, and may , be consulted professionally at Col. Fence's hotel, as usual. July 8, 1839. " •'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

SHERIFF'S SALE, .,-ffgY virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex-JU> p.onas t(>_me__directed,lissu«Loiit of tike Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland com ¦ ", ty, will be exposed to public sale nt the Courthouse in the.borough of Carlisle, on Friday the. 9th'day 6f August, 1839, at ten o'clock, A. M. the following described real, estate, to witr %8L Tract of JLand, situate in Dickinson"" township, containing two hundred'anil Viventy-fivn acres, more or-iessv adjoining lands of Samuel Carothcrs, Johnston, the Presbyterian church and others, having thereon .erected a two, Mncj ..bricjc,^i*ife"3?&v 'aTm,' '"'SfMfe; and a two story frame house nndgf3jii"Sg"i" sSa other out h'nusrs. Seized and taken in (. -ttecuuou as tjie property of IVilliam L. II eakley. ' . ' And to bt sold bv me. 'JOHN MYERS, Sheriff.-Sheriffs O(lice.. "> ¦ - Carlisle, July 1I',-18.;9.S. •--¦ si

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

SHERIFFS ¦SALE,.-. •. BY virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to mc directed, issued out of the Com t r.f.Coan mon Pleas of Cumberland county, will be expo- - se'd .to public side at the court house in the boi-( ough of Carlisle, on Friday the 9th of August-1839, at 10 o'clock, A. M. the following described real estate, to wit: - ««« that iWessitage, plantation and tract of land, situate in.the town- - ship nf South, Middteton in the county of Cum-* berlartd, hounded and described as follows; to wit: — Beginning at an ash oak tree oo' Mountain creek, thence by lands of the heirs of Charles McClure, dccV, s-nith fourteen and a h.tlf degrees, cast thirty three perches to a-pna, thencfc across said creek by land of John McClure aud the heir? of Jos.-ph'Riiox dee'd, (called the Paper Mill tract,) south seventy fnc degrees and a half, west thirty perches to mountain stone, thence aloog the //.mover and Carlisle Tilmpike Road, north nine and a half degrees, west fifteen perches and two t...

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