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

COAL.! COAL,! JUST receivedand'forsaleat my landing near the Steam fylill, on the Canal, 500 tons of, Red Ash Pine Grove. Coal, warranted tb be the best article of the kind known at the present timet-. It will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. " . • Also—a large quantify of LUMBER of different kinds and qualities:'.,superioi'.S/«'n£7<?.Ji JPlastcr: Salt.by the barrel, (Jfc- all of which article's will be disposed of at .the most reasonable prices. CHARLES L. BERGHAUS. Harrisburg, June 6, 1839. . 5m

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

VALUABLE FARMC FOR SALE. r |^HE subscriber offers at private sale the fol-1. lowing described valuable real estate, situate in Allen township, Cumberland county, containing 114 acres, mort. or less, of patented land, aboul 90 acres of which are-cleared and in'a high state^ofcultivationrand theTcsjdne coveredwiththriving timber. The improvements are a J£^*( . TWO STORY faffw.: stone house, ^ P^aSaS' And Double XiOjr Barn, two Apple Orchards, one of whfch is of choice fruit, a never, tailing spring of water, and a fountain pump at the doui—also, a Tenant House. The above mentioned tract is nearly all limestone land, of a good quality, and is in a healthy neighborhood—within two'miles of Mechanics burg and the Cumberland Valley Rail Road, and about one mile trom Shephurdstown. ¦ \n indisputable title will be given. For terms' anulv to the subscriber near the premises. 1'' JAMES GRAHAM. May 30, 1839, tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

JList Causes FOR TRIAL at AUGUST TERM, 1839. Second week—commencing 19th August, . Commonwealth ' vs PLivinger J M \\ oodburn vs F Noble Turnpike Company vs C V R R Company i Meixell vs M Diller Tims Dnhbs cxVs vs M Eby co-cognizer &c O V'R'R Company vs John Moore' K McKibben vs J McICibbeir ex'r S Lee vs J Anderson M P.nve adm'r vs M Eby co-cognizer R S McCnnc " vs D Malion R K I.eepe'r vs F Herron et al W E Orolzer . vs J Casey ^ J Sttmgh vs Moore 13" Biddle-" J'Meixell vs P Diller P Leidig & wife vs I Miller et al Cniiinwnw'th for use vs"""j McFeely . R It Church &c vs J M Kge „ GEO. SANDERSON, Proth'y. Carlisle, July 1, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

Silk, Scotch Gingham § Cotton TJnibrcll is and a large assortment of plain and figured Parasols for sale bv ARNOLD y Co. At their store in Mt-clivnicsburc*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

HARDWARE & GROCERY STORE. THE subscriber respectfully informs Ills friends and the public in general that he. has just received from the city of Baltimore, an extehsivc assortment of merchandize su'.table to the present and approaching season, such lis BARD'WARSS, consisting of Case Knives and Forks, Spoons, Locks. Bolls, Hinges and Screws'; Pen and Pocket Knives, Razors, Tacks and Sprigs, Sppdes U Shovels, Hay and Dung.Forks, scythe stones, lakes, &c. &c. &c. Also, superior American and English Scythes. . He lias 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 A'tone and Horse Powders, &c. Sic. &e. . 'He has also on hand an extensive assortment of American Forest and //indostan Oil -Stone, suitable for Carpenters and Wood Choppers. Ha also has Powder by the keg, among which is the fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

GOLDEJfBALL HOTEL, WEST BXQR STREET CARLISLE. The subscriber respectfully, informs.his friends and the public' generally'that he has taken that,well known tavern stand at the West end of High street]; in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Heriry-Rhoads, and that lieis now prepared to accommodate Drovers, Waggoners,.Travellers' , andallotherrwho" may favor him wUh a^all, injhe y.ery best manner. "¦ ,".' His Table will be constantly furnished with thebest 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 natters himself that, from his experience as an Innkeeper. hei will be able to render general satisfaction;,' - •''. GEORGE SHAFFER.-• Carlisle, May 2, 1839. ¦ , " 'tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

SSSmSSmmSSSSSSim^SBSSaSSSSSSSSSm ¦ EUBLIO 'SALE. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans* Court of Cumberland ccunty, will be spid on tile premises on Friday'the 6th of September, 1839, a first rate ' " • ninjti, part of the estate of Henry Longnecker, dee'd, -siluateJn-Alien^township,J3umberiand^ountji about 2 miles from Shepherdstown, bounded by lands of Marv M'Cew, Geo, Crist, Abraham Waggoner, and others, containing about 120 ACRES. 100 acres of which is cleared, the balance covered with timber. The improvements are a two story stone HOUSE, Jmt/L a BARN and the necessary outhouses. IJ"J| Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A- M. I I J when terms of sale wilf"be made known by JNO. K. LONGNECKER, Mm'r. of H. Longnecker, dee'd. -August 1, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

15 DOLLARS REWARD. R AN AWAY from tile subscriber living in the borough of Carlisle, on Sunday last, an indented apprentice to the Tailoring Business, named Isaac Stevins ll'aterbury. ,- He is about fiv elect six inches high, about 19 years of age, boyish appearance, very talkative and conceited, of fair complexion", light hair, and had on when he. went away a mulberry colored frock coat, striped potton kersemer pants and palm leaf hat —he also took other clothing with him'. I will give the above reward and pay all.rcasonable expenses to any person who will bring him back, and 1 fovwarn all persons from harboring him, as I will enforce the law to its fullest extent against all such. ; ... ' '." v WM.S POTTS wood; Carlisle, Aug, 1, 1839. , .._ St.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

me. J. C. JVJEFT, BURCaBOtt DSNTIST, , 1Q> ESPECTFULLY informs the ladies and lt^ gentlemen of Carlisle and its vicinity thaj he sets Artificial Teeth in the most'approved manner. He.also scales,- p}sgs.-a»'iV separates teeth to arrest decay. . ¦ • • .-' Dr. N. prepares a tooth powder, which whitens the teeth, without injuring the enamel, colors the gums a fine red and refreshes the mouth. The tooth ache willbircured, in most cases, without extraction; and an odontalgic wash 1s prepared for healing sore .gums and fasten the teeth. • ' Ladies and gentlemen are requested to call and examine his collection "of Porcelain or "In, corruptable teeth, which will never decay or change color, and arc free from all-unpleasant odour, durable and well adapted for chewing, which will be inserted in the best manner and at fair prices. All persons wishing -Dr.; Nrto-c'all'"nt"~tlieii' dwellings will please to leave a line at hi<? residence. No. 7 Harper's Row, when he will punctuall...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

NOTICE. AT an Orphans'Court held on the 30th day ¦of April 18j9, and holdcn at Carlisle, in and for Cumberland county, the following proceedings were had, to wit: 30ih April 1839, in the case of the Partition and Valuation on the real estate of John Carey, late- of Silver Spring township, deceased, the Sheriff.returned the said writ duly executed, on motion of Mr. Diddle confirmed and Rule on the heirs and legal reprcsensatives to appear at the Orphans' Court to be held on Tuesday the 10th day of September next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. and accept or.refuse to accept of said real estate at the valuation thereof, Or. show cause why the same should not he-sold. - Cumberland County,,ss. ,-a^ Certified extract from the records of its.? the Orphans' Court, in and for said ¦ ^ »-*^ ^ countv. WILLIS FOULK, Cl'k O. C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

JL^ST JS"OTICE. ALL persons indebted ti> the estate of Robert . M'Laughlin, Esq. late of the borough of Newville,.dee'd, are requested to call and settle their respective dues before the 31st of August inst, on which day all unsettled accounts will be placed in the hands of John Johnson, Esq. for collection. A>" -i> ¦"¦ ¦ . • WILLIAM B'ARR, Ex'r. August 1,1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

ATTENTION INFANTRY. YOU are ordered to parade on your . * usual ground on Saturday the 24th SI ol August inst; at_10 o'clock, A.M.;in WJ suinmeY£umfor"m,"completely cquipt J&L . for drill'. "Bv order of the Cant.^".:._, fUSlI .__ ^SPO'ITSWOOli, O.S. R^H N. B.—The Court of Appeal will be \(V held on Said day at the house of Major 1 {J Rehrar, and a silver XttESAZi will - WW be shot for on that day. Aug. 8.. tJ|£±2»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

Estate of John Snyder, deceased. I' NOTICE ¦ ¦"S hereby given that letters testamentary, on B the last will and testament of John Snydei'j fate of Allen township, Cumberland county, deceased, were this.day issueit by the Register in and for. said county, to the subscriber, the executor named in the said will,-who resides in. Monroe township in the said county.'; All persons having claims or demands agninstrttie estate of the said decedent, are hereby requested to make known the same without delay, and those indebted to the said estate to make payment to „ — •"¦'" JOHN HOJJSER, Executor. Augusts, 1839. , .' 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, JuUo 18, 1830. Mr. Snowden, from the committee to whom was referred an inquiry into the origin of the difficulties which took place at the sea't of government jn December last, and —the-necessity-for—the-eriiploym'ent-of-the-, military, together with all the facts connected therewith, beg leaye-to submit the following ¦> REPORT. That pursuant to the power given them by the house, they have examiner! a number of witnesses in relation to the subject committed to thcircharge. The testimony ta.-ken and appended 'to this report, exhibits very clearly the true origin of the difficulties which took place at the seat of government in December last, and'which threatened the overthrow of our republican institutions. " . " -The late general election was an exciting and interesting one. The-administration then in power; never had received the sanction of a majority of the people of the State. It came into existence inconsequence bf'a division in the demo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

- BOLTING^CLOTHS:; The subscribers have just received a fresh supply (from the importers.) of GERMAN ANCHOR STAMPED B O L T I N G C L OT H S, which they will sell atlower prices than tliey have ever been sold at in Carlisle or elsewhere. ; .: ,, . ':,/•-" r -5—-' •;'; : :SAM?li MYERS &CjO~ ;, ;Carlisle(3ufo^ -'¦'¦*;:^: .<!OBif;BK)t»pMs.,;;;:'. ¦¦¦ -. "Just received and for.' sale a:lot of COKN fiH001AS^Ser^^^^~^~~~ Juhear/^ ^-:. ¦'';;¦ ^. Hamilton isr ar^et.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

Estate of FrederickJloovcr, deceased.— . N O'T I C(iiE'.v.-.'. ¦ •• Letters of administration on the estate of Fredcrick-Hoover, late of Mifflin;' township,"'Cumberland county, deceased, having been granted to the subscriber residing in North'Middleton township, he hereby gives notice to all persons-in anyway indebted ttfsaid estate to make payment immediately, and those having claims will present thom without delay ;properly authenticated; for' settlement." •••'• ASA F. SMITH, Adm'r.. July-25,1839. . 6f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

^r: "-¦ STRAYCOW.-^- Came to the residence of the subscriber, in the borough of. Carlisle,*jjm the 13th'ult. a large white and red spotted Cows, witli very largo horns., The owner is desired to Kjme forward, prove property, pay charges and take ger awa^r, or she wijj bo dis> nosed of as the law directs. , • — -. j ';' -1 -¦ -'-' • r' "'. r GEO: W. CART.S _;:Auga8tii839;; ^-': ".>,¦;;.;'-, :-i:"StNjj *; "Figu^ JUST received ^ora'c splendid plain, watered !. figured- Gros.de->laps ¦ and Gro-de-Swiss Sitksrwhich arcoffered at Unusually low prices.. '-June'JO."'1-"!' '••:•'' \ \ ' Arnold V. Coii

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

200 TONS OP SHAMOK1N OOAL, From the Buck Ridge Mines. THE subscriber is reatly_tiuleli¥jtji.the_.ab'ove. -supericiFaf tide" at any point in town, or forwarded to any point ori the rail roads or canals, east or west. y"" ¦ . . Also, fine COAL for Lime miming. 100J cords of hickorv. imaple, oak and pine Wood. • JOHN ZEAUING, Wiflnut st. near the canal, Harrisburg. ' August 1, 1839. ; 3t ATTJENTION ARTILLERY. YOU'are ordered to parade on your, usual ground on Saturday the 17th .of August inst. at 2 o'clock, P. M. completely equipt for drill- \By order of the Captain. ' ., J. U; KERNAK, Q.S. ¦ If.B-.—A silver JMtZlSAXi will be shot for by the company,-on said day.;-: -August-l. ~ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

STBAYCOW. CAME to the plantation at the Mibscribcr, in Monroe township, Cumlierland'county. i-n the. 1st of August inst, ..a dark brown OOWi Kome'vihite along her'belly and flank," about 5 years old, and ot a'small size. The.owner.is desired to come, prove, property, pay/charges and take her away orsh'e will be disposed of as the lawdirects. JACOB K1UEGER. August 8, 1839. ,. -,jfe' • , 3t» ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

•/.'PORSAtB, . 'Jl first-rate JftHa^io JPoriei, ' Enquire <>f the Editors of the Volunteeri • .' ; • July j8,'r»39. -, W "- "¦ t 'V

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