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

FRESH SUMMEJR GOODS; A RNOLli tS^CO..are'just receivinga'large J£> assortment of Goods suitable for sumtnei^ ^iitjiiv-'^rhe-ipublicare^ respectfullyvjnvjted; to cali;;: ."_.. >-,.:.; . .]:.-l ¦ -. .-' ; . ¦'- .;.jajiggO,~ ^^"T^^iasoiiD^tfoH^'^^ l;/*'iT their Nev,;Stnre in JHechanfetSui!g,have ^afc. justTeceived a large hssortnieht'of summer g"ood!i,to)nsisting-ofX;assimer«s;7l>rilling'siLlneii anfliHeropan Gord«,; Nankeens, Vfc.,t£c, . '-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

Attention, Cumberland Greens! ]f^ public house of ^_-r Jfrj, llEi Isaacweaklcy.inSouth /S^4@JjtUIB Mmdletori township.on ^^a^ar^Kfgt A. M.-in-summer-unU^E-———^-Jyj -S form, properly equipt^M'WTIJyWWW'tSWnt for drill. 'a/lAMBERTON, Cafit, August 8# 1839.

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

list of Letters Remaining in the Post Office"at Carlisle, Pa. July 31st, 18S9. Enquirers will please say advertised. B Kimmcl Anthony Col Beisdin Michael L Bowler Samuel W Longnecker Benjamin BeU-Pcusr ~ Lockm-d-Jessa ^~ Brown George ' _ Lyon W H Esq' Brooks Andrew M Barden Mary Moore Jane (widow) Birkett Margaret ' Mayer David Brown Jacob Methvin Catherine Bossorman E 2 Millown Daniel Bradley Henry • Meredith Cathenno Burkholder Jacob ^ 'Messersmith Margaret? Brennoman Henry Ann •„ S Baxtresser Catherin Morris John , r.^iv.11 Brydon Edward Marlin Richard Beal Jacob Morrett Samuel Barged Andrew " Myers Abraham. Black John Menich Peter Blair Henry, Dick. tp. Morrow Mary Miss Bradcn or Wm Adair Messingcr Wm C ' ' Miller Joseph Coon Jolih Myers Henry Crammer Emanuel - Mullin John Copperstono Rhacel McFeely "Hetty Cinit Oliver Esq McCullough J W D . ^ McGragor James Dull Joseph . McGainly Danel Diller Joseph ' McAuliffe Timothy Davis Eliza Mrs McLaughlin Thomas Duey Jacob •' ¦ N Ditlo...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

^^^¦¦¦MBB^BHMBB^^B^B*™^^^^^ . '¦ .•. ¦".¦v. ¦; k G.-EN'TS.''. ;•.-";. John Moore, Esq. NewvWer : Joseph M. Means, Esq. Hopewell township.. John WuNDEniicn,JLsq. Shjppenslnirg,__ WlL'utAsTSirMATKEB, E-fq. Lee's X'Koads. ' •" John Mehapfy, Dickinson township. Ann ah am Hamilton,' Hogestown. Oeoroe-F. CAlN.JEsq. Mechnnicsburg. Frederick Wovderlicii, . do, '.-.' JaME^ Elliott, Esq. Springfield, " Daniel KavsHEn, Esq. Churchttfon. Jacob Longnecker,E.Pennsboro'township.' Georce Ernest, Cedar Spring, Allen tp. •

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

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

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

/ To Correspondents. ' "Jt V<iia from the. Tepple" will have a' place in our no.xt. • . -...,-¦ "deltas" has been mislaid. If the writer will furuisli.us-witli another copy, wo will endeavor to find room for it next week. ".Ckricus"_ is crowded out. " , BrcartfulJlallRor.cl.lecident. —On Monday morning last', about 10 o'clock, Mr. John Fleming, of this borough, of the firm of Murray & Fleming, whilst engaged indeMching one of "liis burden cars from the train which had just arrived from thceast, while it was yet moving, slipped and fell, when horrible to relate the wheels passed over his left leg.and tliigh,-dreadl'uUy.mangling.him.-..IIe survived tho acculonT~liuT about seven hours.— Truly, "in the midst of life we are in death." Mr. F. was an excellent citizen, and lie has left an interesting family behind him, from which he has thus suddenly been severe.!!. This-iaalio-first serious accident which lias occurred on this rail road, and wo trust it may prove a wa...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

="—"•""" .— " ~~~ AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. CARjLISIiE: THURSDAY, AUGUST IS, 1S3».

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

' . OUM£ JPI7.V&. ==' "I^ow. our flag is filing to the wild .wind free, Let it float o'er nur 'father land," Pir\i\ the fruaril of its sprjless f line shall he, L'oltunbi.i's chosen band."' - ' FOR PUESIDKNI' IN 1°40, MARTIN VAN BUliEN, AND AN INDEPENDENT TREASURY. - Jin fnr/r/ictident Treasury,— whose nfrn-frsresporiJiihle to the pc'ipH1, instcinl of privih rl-cI cnrpnrutlnns, shull £u:ird the pcnpU-'s momy.— Dt'Tiiocriirv nsks in vnin, wh;it chum h-ive the hank's to list* tins puhlic treasure as tinii; own,— iii;ain to convert it into ;»n comment minims expansion s'nnc] tontractions of'ilie rurrt'iicy,' iuid of ne^v1 p -lUic;il panics and jirt'svuies, to enforce snbmissinn to the i\ioiiey Power.¦=—//o«. James IiuchaTian'»"7onst. ¦ ¦ -- <• -•¦>•;.¦?«.-^»--,— . - . .iMf m ¦- . ¦ i.iim) .¦¦m.irmii mi., iw'i mi' i mm 1^' * ¦ I - —»

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

"AUL'S.-WJ£lJL!»» The Sober Second Thought of the People. '. KENTUCKY ELECTION. The Louisville Advertiser of the 7th inst. says: By tho following1 statement it will be perceive'd that this Congressional District promises to vindicate its moral character. At tho close of the polls in Louisville last night, Mr. Graves had a majority of ¦ - G39 Jefferson, Nuttall's majority - 123 • ' - -. 106 . Majority .for Nuttall in Oldham, Trimble and Henry 513 Nuttall's majority 47 Throughout the several counties Mr. Nuttall is evidently gaining, Let his friends move in the city and his election will be sure. It will be a triumph of moral and religious feeling—not a triumph of party. The Cincinnati papers state that the returns from several pf tho precincts of Campbell and Boon counties, for tho first day, show no falling off in Mr. Southgate's (whig) vote from what it was two years ago. TENNESSEE. 1 Kashville, 3d Jlug. 1839. Mr. Pen'n—Ail is well in this State." Mr.' Clay and tho gag bill...

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

FromtheHarrisburgMeporter. PENNSYLVANIA INCORPORATIONS-. From a report made to'tho house of Representatives, at its late session, by tho Secretary of tho commonwealth, wo learnthatthe amount of banking capital authorised, in tlie state, is 857,450,000, of which $35,000,000, or more than ONE HALF, is held by the United States Bank—Whilst the members of tho legislature of Pennsylvania abided by tho, old German rule of restraining corporations, we citizens west of Market street, Philadelphia, never felt the fluctuations in tho currency, so fro* quent for tho last few years. 7 Our banking capital then, was about $20,000,000, which was amply sufficient for all useful purposes; and had no such increase been-made in its amount, as took place during the notorious winter of J83G, *«nrr instittff tjoris would have been paying specie during tho period of "the "suspension;" in lieu, of issuing tho "shin plasters" of irresponsible and'illegal corporations. But wo were doomed to have a fair...

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

B^SE5Es^g^«i>a^tt;a!ftvwr>^is^feSiBaMa Extract from the Minutes of the Society: of Eq\al Iii gilts, Jlugusi 12th 1839. \ [, Tho President having communicated to fAe Society me.rqelaneholyintelligencabf tlie death, of Air. John Fleming,, on motion it. Was ordered tbaa a committee, to consist of Messrs Johnson, Hendel and lioland, 1)6 appointed with instructions to pre; pare "and report a series of resolutions' expressive of the feeling of this Society onTieing informed of their bereavement, and of their high sense Of the character and amiable disposition and"deportment of the deceased, who reported tho following: Resolved, That in this afflicting dispensation of an all wise Providence, the family of tho deceased have been depriyed of a devoted husband, and an affectionate parent, tlie community of an enterprising and useful citizen, and this society of aa exemplary and valuable member. ' Resolved, 'Chat tho character of tlio deceased furnishes a model of industry, i...

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

.*•= jtciRD. ':;,;;-: m. wm: % homd; ' Office North Hanover ,Stri>etr at the-Drug Store,"opposite Ge»..W." SlVeaffer'sStore. ^ rCaiiisle, August 15,'1(339.: * •,-'.' -.::'. :,-

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

VALUABLE PARMF0R SALE. THE subscribers offer at private sale the following described real estate, situatc'in the townsffip of Newton, Cumberland county, on the state road, about two and a half miles west of Newvillc, adjoining the Green Spring, containing 185 acres; more or less, patented land,'about i40_acrt:s cleared, 90 of which is limestone land, 12 acres .of good timothy meadow and the remainder first rate slate land, all ilia high state of cultivation, the residue covered with thriving timbtr.^' The improvements are a JfareR WOSTOM -- @ff||to LpCt'BO'OjqBi; (SUsffl with a stone end .attached thereto, a large, stone BARN, a vifil iif water with a pump therein at tlic-donr. - Also, a Ichant-lioiise. — , '—7—. An indisputable title will be given. For terms apply to the'aubscrlbe'rs livin'g.on the premises, '-( JOHN MILLEK, ¦ K- ' JOSEPH MILLER. . , ^August 15, 1839. - ' 6t»

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

PUBLIC) SALE*. SN pursuance of an order of the Orpbans'Court of Cumberland county, will be sold on the premises, on Saturday the 7th of September next, the fnllinvingadescrihcd real estate, bite the property of Joseph Stroh, deceased, viz: \1 £iot of Crroitntl, situate in Allen township, Cumberland county, containing about one acre ot. land, adjoining bmdsofjB.cpb^_Mark|ey_.and-Jobn.Griiffi Jiaving thereon erected a two story X1O& HOUSE, and Stable, with a good and never failing well..' Sale to commence iit 12 o'clock, M. when attendance will be given and terms of sale made known by _ ' ' PETER BARNHART. Gtiardian of the minor child of said dee'd. August 15, 1839. Jt A GREAT VARIETY OF SOAPS AND PERFUMERY to-be bad at • Stevenso* Sc Diskle's ^ \Drugand Chemicul.Stort.

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

1 THE YANKEES BEAT! THE undersigned challenges the U. States to produce the'equal of his ' , PORTABLE HORSE POWER, for beauty, stability, Tightness and economy are combined to a greater extent than in any other hitherto invented; The motion Is regulated to the natural walk of the horses, and will give the machine- its proper motion with a pully on the cylinder shaft eight inches in diameter, which is of vast importance to prevent the band from slipping, and is a good guide for a farmer to tell how-much motion-a power has. As there are some persons continually talking of, their improvements, a man with half an eve, by taking notice of the pully can tell that it is all a hoax. Among numerous other advantages which the above machine possessi s over all others now, in use are the fixtures for"gi5 e^sir^ev iefy_ pTirt subv ject to.friction, every pivot .Ua>y,in.gja_.cup suffiiciently large to contain half a gill of oil, with a \ight cover to keep the. contents perfectly clea...

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

STEVENSON & SXNKX.E. , WilUiva few .days receive at tlieli: Drug and Variety Store, an assortment of Fruits, Pickles, Preserves, Nuts, &c. ^ ^ - FRJECKJLE WASH. Highlv recommended by the Faculty, to be bad at Stevenson U Einkle's drug and -variety store. gjJ.VLAD OIL of a very superior quality fresh P5 atid free from rancidity-, to be,1 had- at Stevenson & Oinkle's drug and chemicalltore.

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

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE " FOR SALE; :-.;¦:. IN pursuance of the.liist will and testrrmentftf George Zirm, sen. deceased, will be told' on the premises, hi West Pcnnsboiougli township, Cumberland county, on Thursday the Mat' dai) of October, jli D. 1839, al 10 o'clock in the forenoon, that valuable - ' JFar'ni of XAmcstone Jtand, situate in West Pennsborougb township, bounded by lands of Samuel Bear,; D_avitH:l'erguBoii, Jacob Beltzlroover; —^— Reep.'antfothers, containing .seyehty two acres; more, or less, sixty of ivhith aii cleared; and the balance well^oveitd with timbfcivlate the estate of George Zinn, sen. deceased. This property is in 11 nigh state of cultivation, with fine'iniproveuicitts.s the in> provemcritsareatwb story"¦"• *^Ji§l5&£ ' BRICK HOUSE,"' , mm And Double IiO? Barn, sliSKgSJ and also a fine Apple Orchard and well of water near the.door. - . Also, one other Tractrif first rate Limestone Lund; situate partly in West Ptnrtsbnrrogli township,' and pa...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

PUBLIC SALE, WILL be sold at public sale on. Saturclab the Mth-ofSe/ilember next. In-the'borough of Mechanicsbhrg, Cumbcrjand count/, all the following properly, to wit: ~ One Iiiit of Ground, LotKo 1, being part of lot tyo. 5, fronting en the south side of Main .street; thirty nine fett wide aiid one hundred-mid fifty five and a' halt feet de«p to a contemplated alleys whereon is erected u two story . —j&T&k. B^ICK EOT7SB, ^fflfc twenty four feet in front and tliirtj ^^^§^^ feet back, with a gncd cellar underneath, and would lie suitable for a store bouse—also a num' berof choice apple trees on said lot, tMnotlicr Hot of Grotmd, Lot No. 2, being parts of lots No. Sand 6, fronting onsthe south side of Main street and adjoining lot J<|£h$''0ii the west, forty three feet wide and oneJimiHrcd and fifty five and a half, feet deep to said contemplated allev.whereon »lso is erect1 ed a two story BRIGK HOUSE. And. twenty six feet in trout and thirty feet H*"j|' bac...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

NEW DRUG ft ^ VARIETV; STORL Stevenson A' IfiiiMe, HAVE just received at their store, corner of High and Pitt streets', opposite Col. Ferret's hotel, an assortment oi'^v DRUGS,. ' tg|^§§|fe, -Medicines, Faints, ^iitpilii^ Dye Stuffs & Varnishes. .'Their ¦ jlssfj stock has been selected with W^E&X ' great care, and is warranted to J£i gjfej^, , be entirely fresh and of the very ""'¦ ' 'gav. >..-best quality. The store Will be under the immediate supcrintepdance of Mr. Dinkfe, who has acquired a thorough knowledge of the duties of an up tliccary'iiiider tne direction of Mr .Samuel Elliott of this place. Carlisle, August 15, 1839.

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

REGISTER'S NOTICE. .. -Register!s OiTici:, > ¦ —_._fJariisle,--August-lfl,-1839rtS—"HrfOTICE is hereby given to all Legatees, _1^| Creditors and-other persons concerned, that the following accounts, have been filed in tliis.ofnce for examination, by the accountants therein named, and will be presented t'o the "Orphans' Court of Cunibciianirc'ounty, for confirmation arid allowalice on .Tuesday the iOtlVVday1 of September, A. 1).-18S9, vizi' •' '• •r-The-ncc6iiiit!iif=J3hn^Jobnstonj!(-Qf_iGeorgc,)^ administrator of Joseph Culbeitson, deceased. —The supplemental-and final account of Francis Eckels and George-M'Udes, administrators of William M'Hosei deceased. The' accounf of Conrad Clever, executor of Adam Reese, deceased. ; The account of Robert M'Farlane, who was administrator-lie bonis-iion with the will annexed of Thomas Ke'nnedv,., deceased, filed by Robert Laird, administrator of Robert M'Farlane, deceased. - ! The account of Joseph Culver, administrator of William W, Ho...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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