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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

POETRY. COURTSHIP.. •;¦.' BY THOMAS MOOBK.' ' ' _'.." "'Oli EauraT will nothing I brinff thee E'er soften those loolis of .disdain? ' Are the songs of affection I sing thee. ' AH doomed to be sung thee in vain? I offer, thee, fairest and dearest, A treasure the richest l'ni ijjHIhi I offer thee, love, the sincercstf^J' K The warmest e'er glowed upon earth!" But the maiden, a haughty look flinging, Said, 'cease my compassion to move; '' For I'm not very partial to.singing, And they're poor whose sole pleasure is love!' Me name will.be sounded in story I offer thee"dearest my name; 3 have fought in the proud field of glory! : , Oh Lauracomc share in my fame! . I bring tliee a soul that iidur,eth thee. And loves thee wherever thou art,' Which thrills as its tribute it brings thee .'- - Of tenderness fresh Irom the heart.' IJut the mni<len''said "cease to importune! TJiVc CupiiLthe use of his wings; Ah. fame's but a pitiful fortune—And hearts arc such valueless things!' '...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

TERMS OF PDBLIOATION.; -^gS"00 per annum, in'advance—orgs 50, if 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 tit the expiration of a term; will . ,. be .considered anew engagement. ¦>' MverliFcmms—-$l 00 per square for the - three'; first insertions, and twenty five cents for ' every subsequent one. ^ —- — i niHMlirBlfnimTMnMi^M—llllrt

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

i—ga^g——giai——aiw<—dmMBEWjiB^S^SB ¦¦>¦ ^GENTS^•-' ;;. ¦¦ , John Moohe. Esq. Newville.- .- ,- ¦ ¦¥ r Joseph'M. MeANS,"Esq.Hopewelltownship. ¦Ions Wundeblich, Esq. Shippensburg. William M. Mater, Esq. Lee's (*! Roads. John Mf.haffv, Dickinson township. Ad.raiiam Hamilton, Hogestown. George F. Cain, Esq. Mechanicsburg. ' Frederick WoNftERLicii, •.' do,,, James Elliott, Esq. Springfield. Daniel KitvsHEn, Esq, Churchtown. : Jacob LoNCNECKEft,E.Petinsboro'township.-George Ernest, Cedar Spring, Allen tp.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

REFORi Mr. BROADHEADi'fionitlie committee appointed to examine into the several lettingsdu-; i-ing-the last year, by the late hoard of Canal .Commissioners,' with respect to frauds alleged to have becn";"committed by them and their agents, upon the Commonwealth, and into cases referred to theth by the legislature^ and into cases where damages have been paid, where they had been theretofore paid, and releases, given, and also, into the improper payments of public money or allowances upon .contracts beyond the actual letting, and such other incidental frauds on the J^jevenue of the State, as may come under ¦'Stheir observation; made the following REPORT: That on the 15th day of May last, haviijg first given due notice to the late board ol Canal Commissioners, the committee entered upon the discharge of the duties assigned theiri, and have prosecuted the inquiries directed, at times when the house was not in session; and occasionally when in session., and the interests and ligh...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

COUNTY MEETING. The Democratic Republicans of Cumberland County are requested to meet at the Court House in the Borough of Carlisle, on Monday the 12th of August next, (Court WTeek,) n't earjy candle light, to adopt pleasures preparatory to tlie ensuing general election.. A general attendance is requested. MANY'DEMOCRATS; . . July 11, 1839.~ ,.-'¦ ..

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

STMT' IPIJV'G COJfI.lflITTEE. The Democratic Republican Standing Coinmittec ^ of Cumberlandycourity, are requested to ineet'at the public houseiof Geo. Beetem, Esq;'in the borough of Carlisle, on Monday the.lZth day of August next, at 1 o'clock, P. M: on business relative to the elcction of Delegates, &C. • . ' ' .¦The following named gentlemen compose the Committee, viz:—Carlisle, Col. George M'^eely, "-"Joseph Loback, JpHN Tawfti; Shippensburg;'Capt. Jacob Heck; Median-; icsbijrg^.^j.EBE^cgAVoNDERLicii; Southampton, James .CiiESNUTjf Newton, ;-Joiin Milleu; Dickinson, John Moore; Monroe, Carey W.'Aiil; East Pennsborough, David H-ume, Esq.; Silver Spring, Martin Dunlap,. Esq.; Hopewell, Abraham Smith M'- Kinney, Esq.; Mifllin,- John Harper, jr.; New Cumberland, Robert It. Church; S. Middleton, Jourt Goodyi-ah, jr.; North Middlet'on; George Wise, Esq.; Allen, David Shejvf.er; West Pennsborough',' Abraham GoodIieart; Frankfort! William F. Swiger; Newville, Robert Steele...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

To our Patrons. Well, hero we come, this '.week, considerably enlarged and otherwise improved in appearance, and as wo most respectfully doff our beaver and wish you all the greatest prosperity, at'the same time we trust you will not take it amiss when wo tell' you that this improvement has added to our already heavy responsibilities about $200, with a fair prospect of increasing the.annual expenses of the establishment to about $1400. Start not, gentle reader, at this annunciation—nor wonder hereafter why it is that the printer is so often compelled to dun his subscribers. There is no class in the community so illy paid as the Printer—and it is a remarkable fact that many men will put off their newspaper debts with fewer compunctions of conscience than any other. In the language of a cotemporary, " the editor is looked upon as a sort of etheriai: creature who has no temporalities to pay for; and as for the types, press and paper, few readers think-of their costing any thing. ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

. From the Pennsi/lvanian. Chapter of Accidpnts. afc Wcsubjoin.a melancholy list of casualties occurihg in Various parts' of the,-country within the last few days, and particularly on the Fourth of. July. . — ¦ •"• - - : The following particulars of the JrtxiUe'nfc on the Columbia Rail Road on tFie 4th,"are furnished by the North American:*'An elt tleijly mail named James Gillis, Was standing- in,; conversation with- James •O'Brien,-when thecar which conveystho passehgers to Winchester, came u'pon'them.suddenly, and knocking Gillis down. ^ passed over his body, causing instarit death* In attempting to save his friend, O'Brieri slipped, and the car passed over tlie lower part-of his leg, severing the limb—he was taken to the Hos-' pit.il, where the leg was amputated below tjieknee, arid -tlie sufferer is now doing ns well, as Can be.expected.. Gillis'was tlie father of the'lad killed a few months since by the throwing of a storie by another lad from a house adjoining the Indian...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTfeERd ¦ '<. CARLISLE;. VTHUUSDAY, JPtV S5, I8S0.' ' '

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

Olfil SPJL. IBSX. .,.."..--' 'Now our flag is Hung to the wild wind tree, '•Let it float o'er'our'father Jam!,". Ami the guard of its spotless-fame shall be, Columbia's chosen fiuiitl.'" ".' FOR p'kesi'den r'-IN'1846;! MARTIN VAN BUREN, ... -i AND-AN- >' ',' . . INDEPENDENT TREASURY. An fnde/iendent Treasury,—whose officers responsible to the people, instead of privileged cnrprirations,_shall guai'd the petiple's_ money.— Democracy asks in vain, what claim have the banks to use this public treasure as their ownj—, . again to convert it into an engine ol ruinous expansions and-contractions of tlie currency, and ot new political panics and pressures, to enforce submission to the Money Power.—lion. James Buchanan's Toa&tj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

-0—mamaBMffiBsNiiuiu wii'auliiMiM''s""Pld*]"i*TTrtwra^:-.. - .• ... MARJRIBPjt;^.?"... ¦ - On the 4th instarit, by HvD.'Daelhousfcn, Esq. Mr. Cyrus B. Eeinert.to MisslSusannah Lahdes; both of Mifflin tpwnsl/p. - . ,,____

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

. di^d_. I. ^.i.««...» •¦/Iri yesterday morning, in this borough, of aAulmonary disease', Mr. Sloan Undenvood,. aged about 43 years. _;__. -; ->m«:^'i.i ,Ay.'-Tj>3^.-l.. ,'.¦..,¦- ¦¦¦ ti'ifc^^ra, J,,w j4^bt»^^i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

[.. PUBLld SALE. • That valuable House and Lot of Ground, situated on-Main street iri the borough of Carlisle, and ¦ -. directly opposite the dwelling of Mtij. Edward Armor, will bo offered at PUBLIC SALE at' tho Court House in said borough, on Tuesday tho 13th day of August next, at 3 o'clock, P. M.' when tenns of sale will bo riiade known by ' ¦ ¦ ' / .'-•',;•- ¦ ¦ _ ""_ROBERT. SNODGBASS, : "*" ¦" " Agent for Paige & Smith. ¦ -( Carlisle, July 25, 1839. ..; : .t". 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

, Estate of Frederick Hoo.ver, deceased. ¦¦.;; ¦¦:.¦ BO'TI C-UV.; ¦ .;.'.;._; t Lettersof admiriistratibn on the estate of Fred- .~ crick Hoover, Jate'of. Mifflin tPwnship, Cumber- .. land county; deceased; having bocri granted to the subscriber, residing;iri North Middletori township,, holierPby gives notice, to all porsQns:in:any wa\f in- .. debtee! jo said estato to make paypieht iriimediately, and those having claims, will, present ,them; without ^ dolay properly, autlienticated foi^settle-/ ment.-.-,-". "-'-¦ - .'-::.:-. ::.:-:''.'•¦; ;- ¦""'.-.' "•¦ :•"' '-¦ ' ""' ''^'f"" .''• •'< ¦ ASA.'P..SMrTH,; Adm'r. ' - July 35,1839JI :,;.:: ¦ ..'¦ .' r.-..:,.-,,'.-.,i...',r .et " ,"•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

aLTTJ&JTTIQIf BATTjtMOIV* > i.Thp officers and menbers of the First'Battalidn - of Cumberland yolunteers'are requested to meet "V*1!*1?.,^ Dniori Hoielj' .bn Saturday evening the 27%nkst ^J'Q^ck£Wousihess.'6f importance, ' TJy.orSehofHieicpiinpajjduiffJbOicer^, ""It"-- rr~r ^VV*:"ik-:; .^rCsirAvNOBL^-Adjutarit^.;::-,:V'Jh]y;25j::1839.;.:;-'^,,-:;.v-:,-' -¦•",..¦;"': --.-; t^yi..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

FOR. ^TJGUST. T,12F^ft --ie^'9 Comniencing ori Monday Ih^AZth of'dug. • - .-.'?¦'; ^ToRAfcaiioiwr.'. ¦'.. j?//en^-Oeorge-Anderson, -Henry Cairns, Frederick Cairns, Jacob Long. , Carfls/e—John Hubbe'rt, Robert Irvine, John ' Main, SiriioiVW.underlich. ,••¦''' Dickinson—Saiu'l Sheaffer, Jas. Weakley. East Pennsborough—Peter DilU - Frankford—¦ Christian Myers., ; Mechanicsburg-Thomas Harris. - ---Monroe—Johnston Martin. -' . Mifflin—TMvid Storreft, John Whisler. Newville—Scott Coyle. Newton—James Kelso.' North Middleton—Philip Zigler. Shippensburg township*—-Andrew Frazcr. South Middleton—Maj. Thomas Craighead, David Scnby. TVest Pennsborough—"Lewis Williams, FrederiSk Zigler. '. — ,- TRAVERSE JURY—Tirst Week. Mien—Lewis Ilyer, John Orr, Jos. Strock. Carlisle—John Keller, Hugh Reed, John Snyder. — ¦ -_-.--¦¦ Dickinson—Daniel DavisT Sampson Kissinger, Benjamin Myers,jr., William Shriver, William Spangler, Smith Woodburn.. , • East Pennsborough—Thomas Alcxailer, Jacob Bi-ickcr, M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

STOLEN. >..*••• • Between the evenings of the 10th and 12th of July, a VERY DARJK BOTTLE GBEEN MERINO CLQAK, lined..with satin.^with a pointed ta'sselled cape. A reward of 85 will'bo given for it and the name of the thief. , . ¦ ' ' : EnnuuojiLthis office. "" CarlIsVB>JuIy3"5,.ie39. • ":' " •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

GoTXicteCs Jflhtchless Sattaliie The article published belotf-Conceriiing the new and popular doctrine advanced, by the^illustrious Gnelicke'.of. (iernuiuy, ca\mot.lail:of exciting ii "deep and tJiriHms- interest throughout tiiec.ountry. ." "-• "";""'' -—---¦ " ¦ [Translated from the German.']. ¦ - - LOU1S-OFFON GOELICHE, - OF OEIlMANYiit' THEHREJ1T&STOFHUM-&NBE-NE* FACTORS. Citizens of Worth and South America,..:V To Louis Ofkok Goeucke, M. D. of Uermani', Europe, beltintr* the imperishable Honor of adding n kkw and precious doctrine toilie Science of Medicine—a new <locti'ine_ which, iliough'vehementlv opposed by many of thetaculty, (of'which he is a valuable member) he proves to lie as well founded in truth as any ,loctrine of HwlyWrit—a doctrine,-uiic-nthe verity of "which are suspended the lives of.-millions ot our race, and which he boldly challenges,his opposer* to refute. Viz: Consumption is u (Useasc a/ways'-occasioned by a disorder' ed'slUt-of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! THE subscribers having lately purchased the stock of goods owned by J. H:..Weaver, at the north east corner ofthe Public Square, Carlisle, consisting of a large,and general assortment of seasonable ¦ ,. ¦ • DRJT-tfOODS, GROCERIES, QEEENSPVARE, §-c. Also.'a general assortment of Hatters'Furs and Trimmings—all of which they will sell on the most accommodating terms. ^^wjpy H. ANDERS6'NV June 20. 1839. > ' il

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

- Estate of Jacob Myers,'deceased. . ; HOftCE. .:/:"•. "¦". ETTERS of Adininistriitkri on tlie estate B_A'o( Jacob Myers, late of South Middleton iLwilslltll.^4mb:ej'J.W(JLQc 0j!MyiL.toj^Jici^^^ o the subscriber reslding'in the same township: All persons iri any wav indebted to said estate will ipake pavment, and "those having claims will present'them,'properly..authenticated, for settlement; ; : ^HSWEfe; Adm*. June 13.1839., ¦ : -; ;. .-.¦ai'i"-'.-'-^ ,'..- 6t.

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