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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

VALUABLE FARIKE FOR SALE. rfl^HE subscriber offers at private sale the fnlfl. lowing described valuable real estate, situate in Allen township, Cumberland county, containing 114 acres, mort or !ess,.of patented land-, a-¦boul 90 acres of which are cleared and iti a high Mate of cultivation, and the residue covered with thriving timber. (The improvements are a Jfejgl ' TlVOSTORy fgjmta STONE HOUSE, g§sjygt||§ And Double1 Log- Barn, two Apple Orchards, one of whicli is of choice fruit, a'never lading spring of water, and a fouii. tain pump at the door—ajso, a tenant House. The.above, mentioned tract is nearly all limestone" land, of a good quality, and is in a healthy neighborhood—within lun'miks of Mechanics bui'g and the Cumberland Valley Hail Road, and about one niilc-.tri.iu Shephertls'fown. ' '\n indisputable title will be given. For terms apply to the'subscriber near the premises. JAMES GUAM AM. M.iv 30, 1839, , tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

HARDWARE & GROCERY , ¦_SiT,.p RE. Thk subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public in general that he has-just received from the city of Baltimore, an extensive assortment of merchandize suitable to the present and approaching season, such as : -.. ¦ ... HARDWARE,: consisting of'Cas'e^Knives and Forks. Spoons, Lnrks. Bolts, Hinges and Screws, Pen and Pocket Knives, Kfiz »rs, Tacks'aud Sprigs, Spades & Shovels, flay and 'Diing Forks, scythe stones, rakes. &c. See.; Wc. Also, superior American and English Scythes. ' . , . Jle.li.is also on hand-an exccllcnt'lassoriment of Patent Family Mediants, such as pills,'oils and ointments. Also, all kinds of Essences. He has also-on hand Horse Medicines, such as the Oil nf.Spike, Oil of 6'uine and Horse Powders, Ike. &C&C. . - He hai also on hand an extensive assortment of American Forest' and //imlostan Oil Vtcuic, suitable for Caipen'ters aiul Wood Choppers. He also his Powder by the" ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

SHERIFF'S SALES; -»»-Y-virtuc-ur-sunxlfy-writs ot Venditioni ExgJD punas, to me directed issued oiit of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County will be exposed to Public Sde, at the Court I:louse,jiLth.c_boruugh of Carlisle, on Friday the 2nd day of. August A. O. 1839, atiO o'clock, A. M. the following described real estate, to wit: A tract of land situate: in East Peiinsborougu. township,..Cumberland County^ contarning~seVenty"seven arrcs, more or less, bounded by.lands of, Samuel Bnver. John Kessell, Is .lie Lougnecker & Jacob Kaiitz, 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,COfitiiming tw,enty-six acres, more or. less; boundeeffbyrlands of John Kissell, NeWcomerpJacqbKuuli, and others. Seized ami taken ihexecuiiun as the propcrty'of Jacob MltenbergeK '¦¦; _ Alffi>i-!a lot of grou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

GOIiBEJV BALL ££8&-<^ ' JP"' a. tyvz®^ WLA'7^- HOTEL, WEST HIGH STEEET CARLISLE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends-and-the public generally, that he lias taken thai.well known^ tavern stand at. the West endof High street, in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry Rhoads, and tliat he is now prepared to accommodate Drovers, Waggoners, Travellers, and all others who may favor him with a call, in the very best manner. . . m His Tabic will be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce. His Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors, and liis 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. CarlislefMay 2, 1839. tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

NOTICE. . At an_Orplians'„ Court held on.Tuesday' the SOUi day of April 1839, at Carlisle, in and for Cumberland. County, before the Honorable Samuel Hepburn, President; and Jdhn Sleuarl and John Lcfcver, Esquires, Associate Judges of the same Court, &c. the following proceedings were had, towit:. _. SOlh Aprill839, upon the petition of George McGinnis, Esq. executor of the last will and testament, of Dr. John Ealy, late of the Borough of Shippensburg, deceased, respectfully representing that he.settled his final account" of the estate of the said deceased, and the same was passed by this Court, onJ!ie..Sd_of September A. D.1,833, and that the balance found'at said settlement in the hands of.said'petitioner, has been fully paid according to law, and that siiice the passage of said final account, no goods or chatties, rights or credits of the said estate have came to the hands or possession of petitioner, and praying the Court to discharge- him from the further.adiiiiiiis...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

BOLTING CLOTHS, The subscribers have just received a fresh j supply (from the importers,) of GERM A.N, I ANCHOR STAMPED H .0 L TING C L O T H.S, which they will sell at lower prices than they have.ever been sold at in Carlisle or elsewhere. SAM'L MYERS & CO. Carlisle, July 18, 1839. 4t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

BtACKTO! BLACKING!! 1 nfli"5 snhscriber-respectfully informs the;pub <H_ liq*hathejiaf:c"mthenced the manufacture of bootandshoe BLACKING atTMiddlesex. Cumberlandccairity, Pa. Thislila'ckinR is equal to anyin the LTniopj and will bedispoVed of wholesale or retail On vervmi'iderate terms .-:¦- -.-:• ¦'.:! lOHN.C. STEVENS*¦ : July 11,1839. ';¦ '" ..'¦ '..;'¦•'-'¦'-,'¦.•-• r':-'.'.-'-3f'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

REPORT Of tho_ Minority of the Select Committee "appointed to inquire into the authorship of a speech, delivered in the Senate, by Thomas C. Miller, a'Senator from Adams county.. - . - ' . '¦' Mr. Stevenson, from the minority of the committee to whom was referred the resolution of inquiry, as to a speech published in a paper called the "Keystone,'-' printed in Harrisburg, of the date of April 10, and purporting to have been a speech delivered by Thomas C. Miller, a Senator from Adams county, .whether sucli speech was delivered on the floor of the Senate; if not, by whom or under whose authority.thc same was written and published, anil how far the privileges of the Senate are affected thereby, and what order ought to be taken in the premises, submit a counter report to the one submitted by the majority of the committee. It was suggested by the chairman oT the committee at its first organisation, that it -was due Mr. Miller to be apprised of the fact of the'eonunitee having be...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

DEEPLY AFFECTING SCENE. The New York' correspondent of the U States Gazette tells the following affectin; story of the fatal effects of an indulgence ii . the wbrstof all vices—habitual dru'nkcnes; A crowd had gathered neat' the gate at th southern extremity of the Battery, and scr era! voices rose at the same moment ur-.:: the air, crying forvengancc upon a fatter:;. form, that reeled into tlie -enclosure,- in ; beastly state of intoxication^ He was ;it parently about fifty' years of age, and wt followed by a young, beautiful, and inters, ting girl, not out of her teens. A momc::i before I saw him he had raised his arm, ;;n.d struck this lovely being to the earth. I'\- this the crowd was pursuing-him, and wo -; doubtless have committed some summary upon the inebriated wretch, had not the sc ¦ delicate form interposed to prevent'the c summation of the deed.. She approac! timidly, and fondly begged the monster go home. He swore by.the living God t l^e Would never retitin. Littl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

' «8*. .Estate~of: Jaeoi> Myers, deceased. .:zVl-** o^t;i :0 -ILv. '. ;-'/-:VW- ^TTBRSrofrAdifiinigtraticnbn-ihe.estate JLi o#f Jacrib Myers, late-.of South Middleton" ownahip, Cumberland county, have been issued p the subscriber residing in the same township: All persons in any-v/ay indebted tb; said estate will,make payment,' and those- having claims will present tlieni, properly authenticated, tor settlement. ¦'.•' . '.-.'. .: ¦ ¦ -;: ; ...1 johnmyers,Adniv.-;. . June 13,1839.-r'r .... . . <5t ¦-,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

¦ "''; ;FORSAf.Ebr';s: % Three good j^oung Horses, suitable for* saddle of-harness, ' ' . One hew Tillberry,- ' , - One set of chmhle brass mounted Harness, - - Onebroad'wheeledWagon,,aiid ' " '. Onesulk'ey. . -'_"--'-- ¦ -'- AlCo,.a ^ Int of superior FlyNets," andi -drivinR . and riding Whips— allot which will be soldvery.cheap; . •. - - ' • , r -• "L . . HAMILTON & GRtER. Carlisle, July 4, 1839.'-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

Estate of $. Hursh, sen?deceased. ' _ ^^^NOTVSS "'.'"'•' --THE subscribers having talieh out letters of administration on the estate of Abraham Hursh, deceased, late.of Allen township, Cuirifeerhincj cjiunty .hereby jjiye notice to all persons indebted to said estate in make payiiiFnt"ifn"nTe ~ diately, and those having claims will present them properly^authenticated for settlement. • AUKAHAM HUKSH. CHRISTIAN HURSH, -Mm'n, residing in Allen townsliih. June 13, 1839. - ; ,",T 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

a^ard. ——SARAH E. K. OBEA-SJT-^1 Ha-xing-resigned her situation in the common schools, h is opened on her own account astlect school, not exceeding thirty tcholars.tn tin-house formerly occupied by Mr. James.Urrdin, and now occupied by Mr..Andrew Richards, where 5he.^U«! iapj>.y.a^^ who may feel disposed to patronize her. 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. i. Reference, ' C. B. PENROSE, % MRS. L. KIDDLE, W.-M. BIDDLE, REV. P. H. GREENLEAF, : ,GEO. AiLYON. r.. June 13, 1839. , ' - - " ' . '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

^ Hf , ^ 5 DOLLARS REWARD. Strayed away from the subscribor residing one mile from Fnyetteville, Franklin County, Pa. on the 7th inst:, a bay Mare and bay Colt. They were seen on the 9th hear Mary Ann Furnace* Any person who will secure said mare & colt, and drop mo a line through the Post Office, to Fayetteville, shalrreceive the above reward. . •" » DANIEL MARKXEY. July 18,1839. : . ¦ ¦ . at;':

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

TERMS OF PUBLICATION. gs 00 per annum, in advance—or g2 SO, if not paid within the year. No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance .^permitted jintil all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of a term, will be considered a new engagement. , Advertisements $1 00 per square, for the three first insertions, and twenty five cents for every subsequent one-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

' ii ii ii i'i :;. : 7;:;i:;G:EN-TSV¦—'"¦¦ .. JohnMoohe, Esq. Newviile^ , Joseph:M. Means, Esq. Hopewell township. Johw WuNDEftLicrt, Esq. Shippensburg. William M. MAtKEr, Esq. Lee's H Kords. . .™10iiK_MEHAt>y ..Dickinson township. ADRAtfAM HamILtos. hogestowri. George P.Cain, Esq. Mechanicsburgi FnEDEHICK WoNDKIiLICH, do. JaMk^ Ei.li6tt, Esq. S])Hngfielcl. . Daniel Khysheii, Esq. Churchtown. Jacob Longneckek, E-Pennsboro'lownshiu ' Geouge Ehnest, Cedar Spring, Allen f.."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

AMEMG^NVOLIJNTEM. CARIalSIiS: : TiiirnsnAY, august i, iss». -^roirfiFjj.QG.": "Now our ft ig is flung.-.tothe wild wind free, tet it float o'crour'fMtlur land," And the guard of its spotless fame shall be, . (.'ohmiui.i's chosen band!" FOR PRESIDENT .IN 1840, MARTIN VAN BtfREN; AND AN ,. INDEPENDENT f REASUliY. —CJ' n IiiUe/ienileiii'T' rcas'iiry,— whose officers re-¦ spiiusibjc tir the people, instead of privileged 'C.ii-poralitins, shall guard the people's money. — Democracy asks in vain, whiit" vcUiim "havei-thc "banks to use lids public treasure ns their own,— again to convert it into an engine ot ruinous expansions a'nd com ructions of the currency, and ol new political panics and pressures,, to enforce submission to the Money Ppwcr—Hon. James Iluchanan''sTuast. -. -,-.: -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

COUNTY MEETING., - The Democratic-Republicans of Cumberland County are requested, to meet at tlie Court House in the Borough of'Carlisle, on Monday the 12th of. August next, (Court *"\Veek,) at early candlelight, to adopt measures preparatory to the; ensuing general e--laction. A general attendance is requested. MANY/DEMOCRATS. July 11,1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

ST&WDIW& COJfSrlMTTEX ' , The. Democratic- Republican .Standing •Committee of Cumberland-county,- are requested to meetat-the,public .house of Geo. ileetem, Esq. in tlie borough of Carlisle, on Monday the \°.lh-day of August next, at 1 o'clock, P. M. on"business' relative'to the election of Delegates, &c. " The following named gentlemen compose •the Committee, viz:—<,^ai-lisje, Col. Geohc-e M'Feely, Joseph Louacii, . John- Ikwin; :Shippensburg, Capt. Jacob Heck; Mcclianicsburg, ..Frederick -WeNBEiiuicir; Sou th - airiptpn, """James 'Ches.vut; Newton., John Miller; Dickinson, Joiin.Mo.ore; Monroe, VCarey.'W. Am.;Jiiist-Pemisborougli-,David .Hume,Esq.; Silver Spring, Mauti.v Dl-n "TAp/'E.s'qV'HopeVwelli Ai!Raiia5i Smith M'- Kinnev,.;Esq.; Mifflin, John IlAnrpit, jr.; NewXJumberland.RonERT R. "Church; S. Middleton, John Goodv'ear, jr..; North Middleton, George Wise, Esq.; Alien, David Sheffer; ' West Pennsborongh, AnnAirAM -Goodiieart; Fraiikfo.rd-W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

The report oC the minority of the committee, in the case of Gen. Miller will bo, found on our first ;pajre, and is a triumphant defence of that gentleman from Jhe liasc attempt made by tho federal portion of the Senate- against his character and standing in that body. It may Tie well enough to TemarkjierOi that tho majority report whieh went to censure th. GelieralTAvas-noyer calleoVup in tJi,e ? Senate, but was permitted to sink into oblivion; ^unwept,- unhpiiorcd and unsung." Election Law.—Some of tho most important sic-Hions of the new election law- will be found in today's paper. By an examination thereof, our readers will perceive that there arc several alterations, suid amendments 'igputuinccl in it,*wluch it would lm well for every person interested, to study. We would gladly.have published tho' law entire, but its greqt length prevents-us. ' ' From the writhings and contortions" of some of the most moral and honest among tho Iaquoys of Charles B- Penrose, .since tho crit...

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