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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

Msist of Causes ; FOR TRIAL at AUGUST TJ3RMiieS9 First wrek^t:oinmencing-X2tli-Aiigu 'st,'\Z^r-CJeescex'rs va' Shannon aclm'r 8cc J Stough .v vs R McEIwane RR Church &c vs .G Cart J Pond vs . Titos'C Lane's admr •'. R McGregor," vs arne . ' .I Morrison vs J Given et al, • 3 Fetter vs S Alexander' : J. Clever vs J W.Patton .'".... ._" B R.Chuvch&c..,: „vs G & W McClure D Lamb - ,, . ..; vs M Dunfap - ' ¦ ' Sccond' ivcek—commencing Will August. Commonwealth "va PLivinger : J M Woodburn ' vs F Noble . Turnpljfe Company vs C VR R Company JMe'xeli; ; , -v.sT M Diller'• ¦ Titos Dnhhs ex'rs vs. M Eby co-cognizer &c C V RR Company .Vs JohnJWom-e K McKibbcn - vs ^JTvIcKiBben ex*r SLee : vs 31 Anderson M Love adm'r - • vs M Eby co-cognizer , .RSMcCune :-"• : vs D Mahon -} '-.-¦ ". jGRLeeper :" _y.s FHerronctal, •WJSCrotzer' vs J Casey "-J-Stbiigh ' • ' vs" Moore £3"Biddlc "' .IMeixell. ;., . - vs- P Diller - ' -'PLeidig fjc'wife r vs '4 Milleretat. iCommo...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

HARDWARE & GROCERY - STO % E. ThV. 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 , -SARDWARSi. consisting of Case Knives and Forks, Spoons, Locks. Bolls, Hinges and Screws, Pen and 1 ocliet Knives,'Razors, Tacks and Sprigs, Spades U Shovels, Hay and Dung Forks, scythe stones, rakes, Jcc: &c. &c. Also, superior American and English Scythes: lie 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 6'tone and Horse Powders, Sic. &c. Sec. He has also on hand an extensive assortment of American Forest and Hindustan Oil Stone, suitable for Carpenters''and Wood Choppers. He also has Powder by the keg, among which isthe finest? RiHe Powder...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

«©}L]OEN BALL 111 tifffo ' ¦ ^ HOTEL, WBS1 HIGH. STREET GABXISJuE. The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that lie has taken that well known tavern stand at the West end of High street, in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry Uhoads, andthat he is now prepared to accommodate Drovers, Waggoners, Travellers, and all others who may favor him with a call, in the very b' est manner. His Tabic will be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce. His Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors, and his Stable which js large and convenient, will be.in charge of a careful and attentive ostler. .He flatters himself that, from his experience as an Innkeeper, lie will be able to render general satisfaction. ¦¦••¦- GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 1839. ¦ tf .

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

NOTICE. . At an Orphans' .Court held on Tuesday the 30th day of April '1839, at Carlisle, in and .fur Cumberland County, before the' Honorable Samuel Hepburn, President; and John Sleuart and John Lefever, Esquires, Associate Judges of the same Court, &c, the following proceedings were had, to >yi.t: SOth April .1839,. upon" the petition of George McGinnis, Esq', executor tifthc^ast will antl^es^nj^J^J^r£.Jj}hnIEjily^ateU)t Tjie UorougTi of Shippensburg, deceased, respectfully representing that, he settled his final account of the estate of the saitl deceased, and the same was passed by this Court, on the Sd.of September A. D. 18S3, and that the balance found at said settlement in the hands of said petitioner, has been fully- paid according to lasv,'and that since the.passage of .said hnal account, no goods or chattles,-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 ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

BOLTING CLOTHS. . The subscribers have just received a fresh supply (from the importers,-);^.GERMAN ANCHOR STAMPED B O L T I N G C L. OTHS, which they will sell at lower prices than theyjiave ever been sold at in Carlisle or elsewhere. * SAM'L MYERS & CO. .Carlisle, July 18, 18S9. ...:.- ¦ 4t

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES. Juno IS. Col. T. D. M'Elwee, from the Committee appointed under a resolution of the House, bearing date- the 10th day of December last, imposing certain 'duties on said Com: mittee as expressed in said resolution as follows: -' . Resolved, That a committee of five be appointed whose duty it shall be, strictly to examine the Gettysburg rail load, from the1 town of Gettysburg to its extreme southern location. And said Committee are hereby enjoined to cause an accurate- draught or chart of sajdj:oad to be "maclertogether with the profiles thereof, exhibiting the:height of the»embankments, the depth of the excava^ tions, each and several the number & length of the tunnels; and exhibiting also the nature of the soil, and the dessription of the improvements through or near which said road is located. ¦ ' In obedience to this resolution the Committee . REPORT, That in pursuance of their duty they proceeded to Gettysburg.in Adams county, and organix...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

ARNOLD & CO., AT tlieir-New Strife in Mechanicsburg, have just received a,large assortment of surhiner guilds, consisting of Ciissimeres, Diillinfts, Linen and.Hempan Cords, Nankeens^cs'c. £Jc.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

-rr «M firsfo'ate - JPitiuo. ' Foqte. Ennuire of.the E^itprs.BttheJfolunteerrr—;—-—. "July"1871839. - "¦'. ¦'•;',.'"' -'.'.• - ..L.;:.:^v^oiys[KB«ooiMs.^^--r;TJust receive'd and for sale a^Iot.iof>ORN BROOMS;bfthTbest quality.- ' : '- -.-. ¦ .. 'June-aft; ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ; -'y - ¦ ¦^¦HamilfqnJjf Griet.. -•

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

¦i" im1 ¦»»——>«—^^—: -."rt A€ENTS^_ ' _ ..IJoBN.MooriE.Esq. NewvlITe; ..-—-, * .- . J'oskph M. Means, Esq.-Hopewelltiownsnip/ '* ¦ ' loon WuNDEnncii, Esq. Sliippensbuig. . ¦William M. Mateeb, Esq. Lee's X Hoads. John Mehaffv, Dickinson township. Adrauam Hamiltoit,. Ho^estown. Oeouge F. Cajn, Esq. Meclianicsburg.-FBED.ERICK WONDERLICB, do. . James Elliott, Esq. Springfield. -Daniel Krvsuer, Esq. Churchtown. Jacob LoNGNECKEn.E.Pennsboro'townsliip.-George Ernest, Cedar.'Spring, Allen tp.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

tMms of publication. g2 00 per annum, in advance—or _-g2^50,-_if-not-paid-witliiii-tlie-year. No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted until . all arrearages arc paiJ. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of a term, will be considered a new engagement. " Advertisements SI °0.-Per stf,mre for ihe three first insertions, and twenty five cents for - eVery subsequent one. - ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. CARLISLE: THUnsftAY, AUGUST 8, 1830.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 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 Week,) at early candle light, to adopt measures preparatoiy to the ensuing, general e-; IcctiOn. A general attendance is requested. .... MANY DEMOCRATS. July 11, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

8TJi3VM>IJVG COJHvVIITTJ$JE. The Democratic Republican Standing Committee of Cumberland,.county, are"Yequested to meet at the public house of Geo. Beetem, Esq. in the borough of Carlisle, on Monday the 12th 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'Feely, Joseph LonActt, Joiw Irwin; Shippensbufg, Capt. Jacod Heck; Mcchanicsburg, Frederick Wonderlicii; -Southampton,-James Chessutj Newton, John Miller; Dickinson, John Moore; Monroe, Carey W. Ahl; East Pennsbnrough, David Hume, Esq.; Silver Spring, Martin Duni.ap, Esq.; Hopewell, Abraham Smith M'- Kinnev, Esq.; Mifflin, John Harper,' jr.; New Cumberland, Robebt ^ R. Church; S. Middleton, John GooovKj| jjt|jr.; North Middletonj George Wise,- ESqi; Allen, David Sheffer; West Pennsborough, Abraham Goodheart; Frankfofd William F. Swioer; Ncwville, Robert Steele. A punctual attendance is...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

. "Civitab" came la hand too late for insertion tliis week. (rJTho correspondent of the Horald missed his mark amazingly, in his reply to the criticisms of "Carlisle." The individual alluded to by him knew no more about those, as we 'conceived them at the time, harmless productions than' the '^man in the moon." "Hudibras," by his imprudence,, has now got his hands full, and what with "Carlisle" and "Veritas," if he is not fairly betwixt "hawk and buzzard," we are no judge of matters and things—that's all. He will have reason, if we are not greatly mistaken, to rue the day he lowered his dignity 'so.much as to pen his violent, vindictive and uncalled for tirade of billingsgate. County meeting. Democrats! remember the County Meeting called, in obedience to the well known usages of the party, for Monday evening next, at the Court House in this Borough. It is important that there should be _a. general attendance on that occasion, as very much- depends upon the zeal and animation wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

Common Sobools The-annual examination of the public schools of this borough preparatory to the vacation, took place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday lof last we'ekT and together with the publiovexhibition of the schools of the two highest grades, which was held at the Eijual Rights^ Saloon on Thursday, gave general satisfaction to all who -witnessed tho exercises. Great praise is due to the teachers and scholars, and tho public generally have abundant cause of gratification at the high degree of perfection to which tho common school system has already attained here. The different examinations wore attended by a number of our most respectable and intelligent citizens, a report from whom in relation to the condition of the schools may bo found in to-day's paper, and on Thursday the spacious Saloon wa's crowded to excess to witness the examination and exhibition. The scholars selected for-the occasion both male and female performed the different parts assigned them to admiration,...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

OVUR FLAG, "Now our flag is flung to the wild wind free, Let it float o'er our 'father land," And.tbe guard of its spotless fame shall be, Columbia's chosen band.'" FOR PRESIDENT IN J840, MARTIN VAN BUREiV, AND AN INDEPENDENT TREASURY. .in Fnde/iendenl Treasury,—whose officers responsible to the people, instead of privileged corporations, shall guard the people's money.— Democracy asks in vain, w.hat claim have the banks to use this public treasure as their own,— again to convert it into an engine of ruinous expansions and'contraction^ of the currency, ami ot new political panics and pressures, to enforce submission to the Money Power.—Hon. James Buchanan's Toast.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

MARRIED: ' On Thursday last, by - the Rev. William C. Bennet, the Rev. Jacob Bear, of the German Reformed Church, New Chester, Adams county, tp Miss Eleanora Amelia Entler, of Berlin, and -the same county. ' On Tuesday last, in Harrisburg. Mr. Robert D. Porter, to Miss Sarah McManus, both of Carlisle".

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

--DI3D: . On tho 31st ult. after a lingering illess, Benjamin Fcniald, son of. Mr. B. Fernald, Of Carlisle, aged about 17 years. On Friday-lust, Mrs.Fishburn, near the Meeting House Springs. .-'-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Remaining.in the Post Office at Carlisle, Fa. July -31 st, 1859. Enquirers will please say advertised. B Kimmcl AnthonyCol Beistlin Michael , L, Bowler Samuel W Longriecker Benjamin Boll Peter ' " Lockard Jane Brown George Lyon W H Esq Brooks Andrew M Bardcn Mary Moore Jane (widow) Birkett Margaret Mayer David Brown Jacob Methvin Catherine Bosserman E 3 Millown Daniel Bradley Henry Meredith Catharine Burkholder Jacob MeBSers^aith Margaret ? Bronneman Henry Ann' 5 BaxtresserCatherin Morris John Brydon Edward Marlin Richard Beal'Jacob Morrett Samuel Barged Andrew Myers Abraham Black John Menich Peter ° Blair Henry, Dick. tp. Morrow Mary Miss Braden or Wm Adair Messinger Wm C Miller Joseph . Coon John Myers Henry Crammer Emanuel Mullin John Copperstono Rhacel McFecly Hetty Cinit Oliver Esq MeCullough J W D McGregor James - Dull Joseph McGainly Danel Diller Joseph McAuliffe Timothy Davis Eliza Mrs ' McLaughlin.Thomas Duey Jacob N Ditlow David Newman Henry e. ' p ¦;»."1...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

^ PUBLIC SALE. WILL be sold at .public sale on Saturday the 14th of September next, in the borough of Mechnnicsburg, Cumberland county, all the following property, to wit:. ¦ One JLot of Ground, Lot-No-l, being-pait-of_lot7Nd._5,_fi;ontinE on the southVide ot'~Main street, thirty nine feet wide and one hundred and fifty five and a half feet deep to a contemplated alley:' whereon is erected a two story ~j&&33± , -' BRIOE XXOUSB, Sfft twenty four'feet in front and thir'tygggggg$§B feet back, with a good cellar underneath, and would be suitable for a store bouse—also a number of choice apple trees on'said lot- Another JLot of Ground, Lot No; 2, being parts-of lots.No. Sand 6, fronting on the south side of Main street and adjoining lot No. t on the west, forty three feet wide and one hundred and fifty five and a half feet deep tb said contemplated alley ,wh'ereon also is erected a two story. BRXOJZ HOUSE, w twenty six feet in front and thirty feet fl'J"! back, with a...

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