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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

dissolution of Co-partnership. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers undcrlhe fipn of John H. Weaver 5c Co. was dissolved on the 7th inst. by mutual consent—all persons indebted to the late firm will please call with John H". Wcavert in whose hands the book accounts, notes, duebills, &c. arei left for collection, and to whom payment must be made. JOHN IJ. WEAVER, ANDREW K4CHAKD5. Carlisle, Feb. U, 1839. N. B.—The .public are respectfully informed that the subscriber eontioues to dojmsincss atthe old sfandr" JOITN/H. WEAVER. TURNPIKE ELECTION.. THE Stockholders of the I-Iamshurg, Carlisle and ChambeislnirgTurnpike Road Con'ipany,J}re herebv notjj}ed,_thnt.jn pur_suance_of jjn act of the'Legislature, an election will be held at the house pt Maj. Jacob Rehrar, in the borough of Carlisle, on MnndayHhe fourth dav of Mtrr.h, 1839, then and there to elect THREE MANAGERS for saiil company. JOHN IRWIN, President. February 14,1839. To the heirs and legal...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD FOR F.lftfT.+ , , AT HARPER'S FERRY, FA. THE subscribers will lease for one or more years, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is one of. the best locations in Virginia for carrying on the business on an extensive scale, as there is abundant room and the materials are ample. A number of the Vats are undercover, and all the buildings are ot the most suitablekirid—becides the grinding of Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water ppwer. Any quantity ot Hides can.be procured in the neighborhood, as there is no other tannery within"severali miles ofthe plafce—and there is also every facility tor getting hides from the cities, and sendingjheni.to.marietavlH-n.tannedr-cMther by vail road or canal. There is, likewise,: a demand at this place for a large' quantity of Leather annually by the Government. Possession will be given immediately. For further particulars enquire of HUGH GILLEECE & CO. Harper's Ferry, Feb, 7...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

Estate of John Sheaffer, deceased. ¦"'..'¦ NOTipa. If- ETTERS-of-Ad rninistratrorrhirve been i? A sued to the subscriber on the estate of John Sheaffer, late"of East Pennsborough tpwnship, deceased. AH persons having claims against saidestate will present them for adjustment and "those who are indebted are requested ^ to ^ make immediate payment.' ' JACOB SHEAFFEK", Adm'r.' l-East Pennsborough township, ?- — February 7,1839'. 5 '~ 6i*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

American ©tjUmteer Sl,ale^!it °f Ohio.—Recording to the special report of the Auditor of State, under a resolution of the Legislature, made January 4, 18S9, it appears that the State Debt, of this young Commonwealth amounts to $10,030,162. She is fast following in the wake of Pennsylvania. Indiana.—Theestimatcd'eost 0f the Internal improvements authorized by the laws of Indiana, is 921,000,000. .-¦¦ ' Steam Power in the V. Stales.—A late report to Congress, makes the total number of engines 3,010, of which 800 are in steamboats, 350 in locomotives, and the residue in factories. — iCMr. Henderson, a Federalist, has been elected by the Legislature of Mississippi, a Senator in Congress to "fill the vacancy occasioned by-thc resignation of the Hon. It, J. Walker. PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. HAMUsmmo, Thursday, 14th Feb. 1839. In the House,- Messrs. Evans, Morton, Fcgley,-Schooner, Wclburn, Penrose, Roberts, Stfohecker, Work, Woodburn, Wilcox, Montelius, Jones, Lohgaker; Coolbaugh,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

FALLING IN LOVE _ We never knewi-untiL- now- the .precise meaning of the term ''falling in love." The Boston Journal Jias.been the means of in structing us on the subject,- as the annexed will shows ' Quick Work.**-A young lady was passing through Cornhijl'during the cold weather about the latter part of fast month-, when the side walks were slippery with ice) and while gazing too intently on a print in one of "the shop windows, her feet slipped, and she fell, although in the most graceful manner possible, prostrate on the side walk. A young gentleman was within arm's length, and vainly endeavored to save her from falling. With commendable gallantry, however, he assisted the fair one, who "blushed celestial, rosy red," to recover her feet. Her attole —and the young gentleman was aware that it was a pretty one—was slightly strained, which served him as an excuse lor accompanying-hcr to .her place of abode. On the way she was compelled fo 'lean upon him in a mariner which,' unde...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

.CHBA3PJER/rHA]V EVERT - npHE subscribers beg leave to inform the publie in general that they have associated themselves under, the firm of Sheaffer & Shultz, for the purpose ol conducting the mercantile business^ this place, where we intend constantly keeping on hands a large and general assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries; 6cc.l&c. WeinvKe all to give us a call. . -,. ¦ GEORGE SHEAFFER, ¦ , . .. •' JOSEPH SHULTZ. '.'.'' ¦Mount Rock, Feb. 7,"1839.- St.' '- N. B. -All those knowing themselves indebted to the can make payment at the store, as the - books.areleft there, '-' geo. sheaffer.. ~~ ,, .wood wajnted!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

L STATEMEW^- ^ Of the Receipts and Expenditures of Cumberland County, By the Commissioners of said county, from the 1st day of January to the 31st day of December, A. D, 1838, inclusive. V DR. WILLIAM S. RAMSEY, ESQ., TREASURER., CR. To. balance due county, received from former treasurer $ 503 59d By cash paid on Commissioners'' orders, §-c. viz: Balance of tax outstanding oiV the IstJan. 1838 4872 68j For tuition and stationary for poor'children, 9 493 59 Amount of taxes assessed for-1838 19105 46 Grand and Traverse Jurors pay, ' 2244 25 Cash received on loan from J. Stuart, Esq. .300 00 Auditors for settling accounts for lSS/, 45 00 Do do Robert Armstrong 500 00 Witnesses fees in criminal prosecutions, 475.21 i Do do Joseph Clark 665 00 Justices' do do 59 04 Do for an estray from David Hume, Esq. 10 00 Constables' do do 113 24 Fees due county from delinquent Collectors 13 37 ¦ Printing.for county, ¦ 132 24 Do. received on unseated lands, &c. * 15 05 Constables for making...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

& fp^fl CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE .subscriber respectfully informs the inhablamsjatXduilisle^-nncl-theipnblic-genei--ally, tliathe still resi'desat his Old Stand, in North Hanover street, opposite M.r. E. Bullock's Lliair Manufactory, where he continues to carry on the ¦' - ' ^ tibin^t ,'WtaIcitjtgr, JSusincss, in all ils'yarioq'rbranches.""; He has lately furnishedliimself.withanevy and ' ¦ " .... ^SPEEN' J>X4b: hearse, .-.&c. to .accommodate all those who niay favor bun with a call.' He returns his sincere thanks to'his friends and customers tor tjhe liberal encouragement bestowed on him, 8c solicits a con* tumance of their patroiihge. He flatters himself that by- strict attention to business and a disposition to please, tomefit and receive/a share of public patronage. . - ._ ': " ff. B. One, or Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wanted,to whom liberal wages will be given. An apprentice will bo taken tolearn the above business,-if well recommended. - . ''"' ' . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

THRASHING MACHINES AND : i - '," . HORSE POWElb CALL AND EXAMINE FOR JTOVKSELyEs! ¦ The subscribers, thankful for past favors, take this method of informing the public that they still continue the building of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their old stand, in Louther street, Carlisle,-whcre-Farmers-and-otnerTcan" at all limes be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement on the power and : machine, and have also attached a ¦¦ CLOVER THRASHER. wj&ch for durabilityand simpleness of.construc-_tion U surpassed by nonej - Ilaving all irianhef of;c6nfi"dence in "the ^ superidrity-bfihe above mentioned machine, &c. they are willing-that Farmers shall tatf-them-before making the purchase. Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine will- please make application at the shoj), or to I.-La'wshe, .Ageiittiat Macfarlane's hotel, near the Court House, Carlisle. ¦ ' . : NEVIUS & MITCHELL.; May 3,1838. . - • ;>, ¦.. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

A VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR_SALE. ' ' _ THE subscriber will dispose of, at private sale, the property which he at presentoccu. pies, situate in East Louther street, Carlisle, viz: A Lot of Ground, with a two story ^faA STONE HO.USE\ H|ji|jTJM|30 by-25 feetrand a two story stone jrajjISliKback building 38by 20 feet, with an tSlSaSSSexcelleht cellar under the whole building—also a small log house and log stable, with,the right of a well of excellent water near the premises. " . The above property is wellsituatedfor public business of any kind, and will be sold low; as -I am determined on removing to. the west. The payments will be made easy to suit purchasers, and an indisputable title"given. Possession "can be had on the first of April-next., For farther particulars app/y to ' --.—— "r - -;-i .. FRANCIS. McWANOs; Carlisle', Sept. 27,1838; '"^ ¦'..'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

^Sla<e of Robert McGlauglitihi deceased. ¦"-/'---^ notice '-rr/'L.: 13 hereby.given that letters ;testainentaiy on the will arid testament of-Robert McGlaughnn, late of tlie borough of Newvilie. deceased, have been issued to the subscriber by the Register ot Cumberland county—he therefore requests those indebted to said decedent, to call on him at his residence in the said borough of Newvilie, and make settlement and payment without delay—and those haying-claims against said-estate Jo preseh't.them duly authenticated iot- set. dement. "-- -f , ¦-• ¦' ,.'.'"V". "'\-> ":'""-. WILLIAM BAUR, Executor. . i Newvilie, Feb. 21, 1839. 6f , \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

.POST OPPIOE, Carlisle,'Pa. Nov. 1,1838. A' rrlvdl and Defia' rtiire of Mails. ¦.'..-. ..,".- Arrives, Closes, i Eastern' . daily l.:about 12 m. 7-D.m.' " 7 p.m. lOaVm. ' Western «• ' "-12 m. 10 a. mi' Southern " ' *« 13 m. - 7p.'rri,< Mechanicsb'g " . t'"7 12 m. ~ 7, p. m, Newvilie •> -V ;" . 12 m. . 10 a. m: -.— R, LAMBERTON.P.M. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

-g^K BARRELS and ten half Barrels Boston -Bjy. (Mass.)'SHADfor sale by :", _, '.'.' '¦' ...L - ... .0- McCABE'. - . THai'risburg Jtil^ 12. ¦ ¦ - ' ¦-.¦-'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

To a Correspondent.—Qui- friend in the west is too late in liis application. We arc supplied for the present. The ne\Vs from the North Eastern Boundary is of thrilling interest. The latest and most authentic accounts will-be found on the opposite.page. The authorities of Maine appear determined to enforce the right of the State to the disputed territory at all hazards, while, on the other hand, the Governor of New, Brunswick is preparing to assert the English claim at the-point ofthe bayonet.— What may be the result of this state of things, it is not for us to say-.—one thing, however, is certain, that the question of-sovereignty must shortly be determined cither peaceably or forcibly. fCJ°-\ special messenger from the Governor of Maine arrived in AVashington oh Friday night last, with a demand for aid from the General Government.. A Cabinet Council was immediately called, and the President, it was believed, would make a special communication to Congress on Monday. |CJ=»The terr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

t . "To the Victors belong tno Spoils."- There is nothing in the whole -vocabulary of politics, that has given the federalists such a frightful theme of abuse against tlteir democratic opponents, as the above hackneyed expression of Gov. Marcy, of New York, delivered in the Senate of the United States some ten or twelve years ago. No epithetp which'federal ingenuity could, invent, has been considered too base to apply to the republican ddmiriislratiohs7>fGm^ Mr. Van Buren, in connexion with this doctrine; and so unceasing have been their cries of "proscription for opinion's sake," that many of our citizens, who have not made themselves acquainted with the real state of the case, no doubt suppose that they (the federalists) are entirely excluded from the enjoyment of the "loaves and fishes" of office;—and this opinion would naturally be imbibed, in consequence ofthe general success which has for some time past attended the democratic cause: . Now, for the pur-, pose of s...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

IriMEBICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON & COKNMAN. .; vz~ $\M$i$i-0,', ¦ §**$$$•${' •' • ¦<:!:l:!/f/^ ¦/' ^^^^itfi^p^. CARLISLE: TIIUKSDAY, FEBRUARY US, IS30.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

CARP. DR. JOHN. J. MYEU& "¦"NFORMS his friends and the public, that he ^ has resumed the duties of liis profession, and will give his undivided attention' lo the practice of its several branches.' , His office is in the stone house adjoining his drugstore and one door from.the Post Office. Carlisle, Feb. 28, 1839. Sm f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

Sheriff's Sales; "By virtue ofsundrywrits of Venditioni Exponas toniBidirected, issued out pf the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will be Exposedto Public^iale-at the-Count_HoUse. in. the borough of Carlisle, on Saturday the SOt/i tf. jifarch, 1839, at'ten o'clock, A. M. the following described Real Estate, to wit: ,. The undivided fifth part of v» Tract of Land situate iri North Middfeton townthipi Cumberland county, bounded'by lands ot John Jacobs, Philip Zeigler, Adam Kunkle, Jncob Smith', & others, containing one hundred and seventeen acres, more or ltss having thereon erected a small Log House and JBarn and Othei1 out houses. Seized and Taken in Execution as the Property of Abraham McClintock. Also, a tract of mountain land situate in the township of Southampton, Cumberland county, containing twelve hundred acres, more or less,-Adjoining laridsof James Clark; esq: Conrod Cleve, Moore 6c Middle, and others,— Seized and takeriin Execution as the property of ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

' . 'SHERIFF'S SAXESTTTT" - By virtue of sundry writs of levari Facias to me-directed issued, out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County,'will be.exposed to .Public Sale, at fjje Court House, in the borough, of Carlisle, on Satur~ day the 50th of March 1839, at 10 o'clock A. M. the following described-real estate to; wit:—X—; ¦;._-:;-_._,_-.. ^ T ,,. All that messuage,pIantatioil ah<T tractoFlnndraituatein-th&townshipof-South Middleton.in the County of Cumberland, bounded and described as follows, to wit:— BeginningL-at'an ash.oak' tree on mountain creek, thence by lands oftheheirs of Charles McC{,iire:.dec*cU, South'fourteen"arid a half degrees, East, thirty three pcixhes t6 a post, thence acro'ss said creek by land of John McClure & the heirs of Joseph Knojf dec'd., Ccalled the Paper Milt tract) South, severity fiv^i degrees and a. half west, thirty perches to mountain stone, thence^along.the Harir over & Carlisle Turnpike Road, north ni...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

From 15 to 20 active young inen E* ^ NSl ..management of horses, /t^^B jA jUjgB who are good jidera and ffi|^KyBWj.^a drivers, will be enlisted BeLc CJ. fflB^So^to fill a company of /<S|gWLffip^K Rone Artillery, now at ^r ^jrT 081 Carlisle Barracks. As BWSt^ffTylgftffpgigpir- this is the most desirable corps of any in the army, young men out of employment cannot do better than join it. Apply to , Captain G. RINGGOLD, Carlisle Barracks. February 28, 1830. ¦ ¦ 6t

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