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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

Wo understand from good authority that Senator Penrose, at the Buckehotonian meeting in tho County Hall on Monday evening' week, amongst other unfounded assertions, stated in substance that tho Jury in attendance at Court wero packed by tlio Sheriff and Commissioners—and, as an evidence, said that out of forty-eight on the list, not more than TEN belonged to his party! Wo have enquired of tho officers implicated in this sweeping charge, and have likewise examined the Jury list ourselves1 —and now pronounce tho •aid assertion of tho said Speaker Penrose, without any qualification whatever, a wilful and deliberate FALSEHOOD! He knew it was false, for ho received, but a few hours before, tho list from •ur p^' n hand, in tho Court House, and was occupied for- about half an hour in examining it.— We again charge him with uttorins a LIE, and we now dare him or any of his vassals to the proof. On an examination of the list, \vo find that out of the 41 in attendance not more than 22 are...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

OUR FUMG. .. "Now our fUg is fiunp; to the wild wind tree, Let it float o'er pur '.father land," ' And the guard of its spotless fame shall be, Columbia's chosen band!" FOR PRESIDENT IN 1840, MARTIN VAN BUREN, . AND AN INDEPENDENT TREASURY. An fndejiendent Treasury,—whose officers responsible to the people, instead of privileged corporations, shall i;uard the people's money.— Democracy asks in vain, whatv claim have" the hanks to use this public treasure as their own,— again to convert it into-an engine cit ruinous expansions and contraction* of the currency, and of new political panics and pressures, to enforce submission to the Money Power.—Hon. James Jluchanan's Toast.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

BALTIIyIORE market, "-" ; August 16, 1839. Cattle.—The market is w6ll supplied with beef cattle, and sales, of nearly 400 'head have been made, at .front S6.50 to 8. Hogs are selling at $9 a 925 per 100 lbs, and supplies fully ~equalrto~the demand"." " . Fish.—Sales of shad at Sl'lall.50; Herrings $5 37_. • ..~ ". - Flour.—Small sales of Howard' street have been ffiade, at a decline of 25'cts. per bbl.—the -market is well supplied with -this description, and demand limited. City Mills flour, iriadepf.new, wheat, is selling at $6^- a cargo-has been7^sdld"for"exphrt, "Tweed" brand, of a very superior quality, said to be equal-to the best Richmond, at 96,50. Susquehanna is held at S5.87i. We hear of no transactions in Rye flour or Corn meal. Grain.—The supplies of wheat are small —a decline of 5al0 cts. per bushel has beeo. submitted to since our last. We quote prime red SI 08al.l2-. Sales of prime white family flour wheat at Si. 15 cash. Sales of white corn, 73a75..ct.s.; yellow,J51...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

PUBLIC SALE. _^ "BJ("i order of the Orphan's Court of Cum>_fTand HlScounty, I will expose to Publio^pTon the promises in South Middlcton towM!lip, on&' aturday the 5th of October, at 12 ojpldck, noon, all that largo and commodious ^0^ — - taVernhouse, and 12 acres of land, situate on tho Trindle Sprimr Road, about three miles east.of Carlisle, having also thereon erected a first rato STOMBBANK BAR1I, ". and other improvements. The land is limestone of the best quality and under mod fence, and two small orchards'on it of good lruit, with an excellent well of.water at the door., , ' To be sold as tho propertjroif Jonathan Kitzrailler, dee'd:' Terms will be made known on tho day of sale by ' JOSEPH CULVER," Guardian for the Heirs. August 22, 1839. -7..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

First rate Farm for Sale. rpHERE will-be exposed to public sale on tho -¦- premises, in Westpennsboro' township, Cumberland county, on Wednesday the _6?A of October, 1839, at 12 o'clock, noon, * -. * . A fii-sr rate Jai'm of liitiestonq land, situate upon the Conodoffuinnett Creek, ab__.ut.__i§h_-miles west of_Carlislo and- two miles north ot tlie Railroad, bounded by lands of Daniel Doner and Samuel Bowman and tho Creek, containing one hundred and fifty acres, about ten acres of which are in timber, and tlie residue under excellent fence and the highest state of cultivation. The improvements are a ¦ . s^^riposa 'oRir sTo'JviB-1 fililr-- SO^OSr^3SSj^-bO&- B*$J>Mduseandstone Kilejieh , a double Log Barn, Wagon-shed, Cornscribs, a Stone Spring House and Distillery. There is also on the south side of the farm a two story BRIGS TENANT KOTTSB,'". Stable, and well of.water, There are about 14 acres of meadow land of tho very best quality, and the whole abounds with locust...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

A VALITABL.E PLANTATION FOR SALE. "¦"N pursuance of the directions of "the last will ol Jacob Balmer, late of Cumberland county, Pennsylvania, deceased, will be exposed to public sale on the premises, 00 Tuesday the 15th day of October n»j_t,< at 1 o'clock, P. M. the tollowihg describedreal estate ol said deceased, to wit: lto ACRES AXTO 100 PERCHES, neat measure, of first rate limestone land, situate in Allen township, Cumberland county and state of Pennsylvania, bounded by landsof Jacob Merliel, Daniel Shelly, John Sheely, George Rupp and the heirs of John Rupp. Thei'mprovemenls hre-a^EW-BA-NK-BARNISti feet by 40? the lower story stone and the upper frame, A TWO STQRY LOG DWELLING w-^ H O "C-S B", ' " J!!S| ' Wagon Shedf Spring House, BlAiL and other out houses, a well of never failing good water near the house with a {pump, an orchard with the choicest fruit trees—about U'acresare clear and in a gribd state of cultivation! the' re mainder is covered with thriving tim...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

JIEW-DRUG & VARIETY STORE. Stevenson A' JOinklc, -'-----HAVE jubt received at their store, corner of High and Pitt streets, opposite Col. Ferret's hotel, an assortment ofjgK :xlr_E_:B"2^r _s^____Z £__^^^^ IVIedicines^ Paints^y '^B| |jf^ Dye Stuffs,& Varnishes. Jflieir "WMB_t stock has been selcplCT.with BffBr great care, and isjdSrranted to -jgsJassw" lie entirely fnjs*rand of.tlie very •-S-E-S-B--* best quSlitj_^The store will be under the inimetliajj^fuperintepdance of Mr.- Dinkle,' who Ims^fquired a thorough knowledge of.theduties ^f^n apothecary under tne direction of Mr Snmuel Elliott of this place. .,: Cjarlisle, August 15, 1839. .GREAT VARIETY OF SOAPS AND PEREUMERY to be had at / ST_EV E NSO s&Dl^K L E' S Drug and ~ i;hemical~Stdfe.—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

THE YANKEES BEAT! THE undersigned challenge, the U. States to produce the equal of lux PObTABIiE HORSE POWER, . for beauty, stability, lightness and economy are combined to a greater extent-thairin-anrotherhitherto 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 n power has." "As. there are _- some persons .continually' talking of their improveinents,_a-rnan.with-hallaii.ey«r-by-takinE—notice of the pully can tell that it is all a hoax. Among numerous other advantages which the above machine possesses over all others now in use are the fixtures for greasing every part subject to friction, every pivot having a cup.sufficiently large to contain half a gill of oil, 'with a tight cov-r to keep the contents perfectly clean, which lurmshes-ea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

public sai_e. IN pursuance ofnn order1 of the f)u-ph..ns*Court of .Cumberland county', will be sold oniho premises, on Saturday Vie,7th of September next, the following- described - real estate, lat«_ the property of Joseph Sti-oh," deceased, vizt - " JM JLot of Ground, situate in Allen township, Cuiiib'eiland county,— containing about one acre ol land, adjoining lands of Jacob Markley arid John Graff, having thereon erected a two story &OG- HOUSE. %™. Stable, with a. good and never failing well._ Sale to commence at 12 o-'clock, M. wliqn attendance will-be given and terms of sale made known by PETER BARNHART, - Guardian of the minor child'of said dee'd. ' August_li,___8_3___. ¦ • 1 , it '".

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

|'- ' NOTICE. . - :.,"_- A T an Orphans* Court held 611 Tuesday -the. j£m..30th day of.April, 1839, and holden at Car. lisle; in and for: Cumberland cmipty,: before'the ' " Honorable Samiiel.Hepburn.'Presldent, and the Associates, Judges of the same court, Wc.. as-.. signed, &fc. the following proceedings were had, to witt -., -_ .' "'--. «>• -, . In the case "of the'administration aeeoun* of John W. Ne\in, Administrator of John'Newin, deceased, .who was Executor of Eliza Hunter, Now to wit, 30th April 1835: Rule upon all the .. parties interested to appear at the next Orphans,' . Court to be held on Tuesday the lOtbdavxf,.,: , September next;.ht lO.o'clec^.'A. M."t6 -sftl^Js?^" Cause,why tlie'said'administrationaccount,passed'---: ed the Slsf August lSoO,'should not be'^penei-Vr.-sofarasthefhai-ges Inthe said, account of.reht-C .',' due'in 162ifi8-9, amounting to J534 35i «b: that.":"' the'_atnem4ybe^fricltCT^lfin^theiverit:^th#^"r~;~"- recovery of eaid rent, in'an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

Estate of Andrew Mateer, dee'd. NOTICE. L1.TTERS testamentary on tho estate of Andrew Mateer, Esq. lato of Allen township, Cumberland county, deceased, havo been issued to" the subscribers. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement, and those indebted wjll make payment immediately. - , ANN MATEER, Executrix,-" " " "* :—Hesidingin Allen, township. • ' ~^AMUEITCL"ARIf, ESratorT^" Residing in Monroe township. August 12,1839.—6U •¦¦-•'• .-,¦ . '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

• JVOTFCF. : Take notice that we Have applied to the Judges ibfjthe Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland ; county, for the benefit of the insolvent laws of this ' commonwealth, and they havo appointed Tuesday the'roih of September next, for the hearing of us , arid our creditors at the CburtHoiise in the bor- , ough of Carlisle, when and. where you may attend if.you think proper.- • -. - PETER B. SMITH, WILLIAM WAtKER,* MICHAEL BELTSHOOVER,* ¦ '„ JOHN-LYNCH. August S3,-1839. "•-' . " ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

- -/NQTIGEv '': Abraham Hamilton arid Abraham W. Graff, having made an assignment of their nropei'tv. effects, and accounts 16 the subscriber.for the!benefit of their creditors, all who Know themselves to be indebted to the said Hamilton & Graff: are requested to.cSU at their"store in Hdgestown, apd make, settlement before -the IstojF.October next, after which suits will be bvoug^t'.tojrecav^ errall-unpald-claimiflnd-deihandjfi^^TITe^subscriber is now; selling.off at coit^the itofp goods assigned at Hbgesto.wh wjiere-bar^rains cari.JSe had.-^----.¦¦:.:, ---—.' ¦-.'.-'-¦—:—if7^-;--.i—t-t~r~-* V":- JOHNHAMILTdN,>Asiia-nce, --Aiu-ustss,.as?.v. " ",::-,-.•.:.,'-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

~~-^*M&RBXSBs--'--^-^~ ^ 0-nhe 13th inst., at thercsidence of her flncle, Mr. Robert Bryson, in Allen township, by the Rev. A. T. M'Gill, Samuel Purviancc, Esq. of Butler, Pa., to Miss Caroline M., daughter of the late Mathew Irwin of Silver Spring township.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

WHEATWANttED. THE "highest cash price will ,be paid for .. Wheat at.the Cumberland Mills,' at all times, and lor flour made at said mill.' -.--: __ __ ___l __,,____.,-___-._GEORGE:PRIST-:;_ ,Atigiist33,.1639.;;-.:.,:,..,I_V-:/ -.'.-.;- ,'' ,*f - Job Prihtirig'eiiecuteil at thiy offke.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

REGISTER'S NOTICE. RscisTEn's Office, \ .....,-- ' Carlisle, August 10, 1839.5 "WfOTICE is hereby guien to all Legatees, JL^j Creditors and other persons concerned, mat the following accounts have been' filed in this office for examination, by the accountants therein named, and will be presented to the Or-.' phans'-Coiirt-of-CumberlandCounty.iforjconfirmation ahd allowance on'Tuesday the 10th day of September, A. D. 1839, yizi The account of John Johnston (of George,) administrator of Joseph Culbertson, deceased. The supplemental and final account of Francis Eckels and George M'Hoes, administrators of William M'Hose, deceased,T The account'of Conrad Clever, executor of Adam Reese, deceased. , The account of Robert M'Farlane. who^vas administrator de bonis nbn with the will annex. ed of Thomas Kennedy, deceased, filed by Robert Laird, administrator of Robert M'Farlane, deceased. . :'- ¦ The account of Joseph Culver, administrator of William W. Holmes, deceased. Thenccount of Chri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

arj- VJ3MSO.M ec sinhle ' •' Will in a few days receive at their Drug and Variety Store, an assorfmeut of Fruits, Pickles, Preserves, Nuts, &c. 1 PK.JECKL,E! WASH. Highly recommended_by the Faculty-, to be had at Stevenson & Dinkle's drug -and variety store. . . CJALAD OIL of a Very superior quality fresh J3an<1 free from rancidity, to be had at Stevenson'U Dinkle's driig and chemical store. Bleached Sperm Oil OF an uncommonly excellent description, to \ je~\iad~aC$fcv^ri86n~U~pinkle'iiirug a«d chemical store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

'".STJLPH'U.M ,BPRI»» rORSALE. THE subscriber offers at private sale that valuable property, situate about 2 miles north of Carlisle ^ on the banks of the Conuodoguinet creek,nearTJelaiicey's Fording, in North _Vliddleton to"wnship, Cumberland county, containing five acres and forty eight perches, and allowances of six per Cent *, for r mds, £3*0; There is on this property the best SlTtPllCIl'SPItlNG in this county, and is situated so that it might be fixed up and made one of the Iftst-wateiing placesin'thissectionpf country, being in'agofid and-healthy-neighborhood. - -. --'- - ____!ur-.termsp&cv---appiy-iJo-_-'---" r--- — MARY ANN KEEPERS, or JOHN D. GORGAS. August 15, 1839. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

VALUABLEFAMFORSALE. THE subscribei-s offer at private sale the following described real estate, situate in the township of Newton, Cumberland county, on the state roa'd, about two and a half miles west of Newville, adjoining the Green Spring, containing 185 acres, more or less, patented -land, about 140 acres cleared, 90 of which is limestone land, 12 acres of good timothy meadow and the remainder first rate slate land, all in.a high state of cultivation, the .residue covered with thriving timber. The improvements ari a' ¦ 'jL^JL' TWO STORX ^fpnjjS LOa HOUSE, f^Msffl with a Stone end attached thereto, a large stone BAKN, a well "of water with a pump therein -at tlie door. Also, a tenant house. -An indisputable title will be given. For terms apply to the subscribers living on. the premises. JOHN MILLER, JOSEPH MILLER'. August 15, 183SL_B-*r'"- -fit*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

A CARD. DR..WM.S. ROLAND, Office North Hanover Street, at the Drug Store, opposite Geo. W. Sheaffer's Store. Carlisle, August 15, 1839.

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