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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

FFtTY WOOD, CHOPPERS !-':'^vV-W^NTE0^ \iz' blt^kTZl^^INfrjN J^OR^Cn ilK Six miles. south>*est of CarlislB.-to whbm cbnstahi empilbyni,e,nt'an4 liberal wages will be given by. ..; :"...',-;' -;' A-Gi-EGE. -.. .' April 'ip,\83j9;:--!-/H - '.^! :. ¦ •- ^-' J-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

GOIiDEIV BALL HOTEL, : WEST HIGH 3TBfeETPAIlSj6i.B; . The subscribed respectfully: informs, his., friends and the publicgenerally that he has taken that well known tavern stand at the West end of High street, in Carlisle, for: merry kept by Mr. Henry Rhoads, and that he is now prepared to accommodate Drovers, Waggoner'si Travellers, ,and all .others tyhb may favor him with a,call; in the very besM manner. .... '' , , ' His Table will be constantly .'furnished with the best the country can produce.. His Bar is supplied with the choicest; liq'uprs; and his Stable which is large and convenient; will be in charge of a careful and"attentive ostler. :¦: -;V -. t He natters himself that, from his eipen- ^ eiice as an Innkeeper, he will, be able to' render general satisfaction. '-¦ - GEORGE SHAFFER; Carlisle, May 2, 1839. - tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

: V: - 'DIVIDEND. •.„'¦¦". ¦'.•''; ^.CARLISLE BANK;Stayi7i.ft.S9.: : The Board of Directors of this instit'utioii .have ;to-day;declarcd a dividend of Si per cent for the last, six months, on the capital; stock paid in; The same will be' payable to theUtockholdcrs or Iheir legal reprcsen> tatives on"or after the 17th inst; . ¦:-.'-,-. :> W. S. COBEAN, Cashier.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

bEJf.l'is'tiiiri - jJPfcTt. H. EBAVOUsiwilf beabsebt from Gal5> 1 P lisle until about the 10th of July .btstt. at which time he expects to return and *Mtl1»po>»' those who may favor him.with.a eall»*s.usual.s April 11,1839, , ... ..ri-.-iliir, ;¦>.' ¦ J ,¦>'?-¦•¦ THE COURTS OP A*»i»EAl>i ' For the 86th Rtgiipent- Pennsylvania^ Milrtiiijt wlll be held as follows: . ••;¦;;. ',-¦¦ :'J..;q -:'i ^l For the FirstBattaliotf cm the second Monday ofJuhe next, at the house of JohWHbsver,; jb the borough of Mechanicsburg.j Officers! Capi tains Furteubaugh and Snel)ahd Lieut. Alku , For'theSecfli.dJJattalTofJlt.liehousR.rf^ ^ehrar.-in^afllslevorrths^irwfrday. ^pfflcersi ^ CaDtaln»I5este*a»id.pha1er and Lieutj-*.r*tni; iJiL ¦ iLEW!S]HVER; Gbl. 8eth'Reg.:P;MV'M. ¦ MayntJ^lfB0,''^.:^:;;. T^T.fi^,.-»/n:v;•; ..?> • i— .—- -,- ¦-;¦ ti) -i I, <.-,-.¦ ,, i.- ^ i-.. JUST received ahd rdrMle;al<rt-bf'iut)ei;fin«/ Family Kbtifi-¦'•;" »;- Ha'-ndltoi...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

DYEING fcSCOtMN^K HpiHE'subscHber respectfully'informs ihtpubj i JL He that she continues' td clearisbXJldtlies pi grease, stains", 8cc. in the best manner and without injuring the cloth. ;SheTwill "jalsb attend td -' ^^'DTEiftSi.^l^ all kinds of Yarns, Cloths,: Silks.;: fee; ,,&c, any; bblor which may be desired, on thb.tnost accommodating terrnji and-with despatch.- •...-.- ;" "•'tfer residence is a few dciors east Bf Mr. A» Ric^.rapr ^^^^,., "AprilSS, less. "-; .....:. ,;iv'.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

:; cXtif&KAx-c&w..:-^ .^-S'trayed-a'ivay_.tomvtht5ufiscriber;J«sidinE near Alexander's Mill; ohtHe 3d inst, a red and; white1 spotted Cow, iiearly, fresh, m)lch;|>ith a small bell on. Any inforniatloti respecting said Cow'ViU be thankfully received. ... '• ' -^ ""- •- • /DANIEL WILANTT. .''jlay^' .'.lSS!).. ' ,:"- .';.-'. •'¦ ;'"":'".

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

^ . Dyspt-'psiaj.Dvspepsia. fTS there no cure for that distressing'disease? J[ is the ccholrom thousands;- Read the many certificates of cures performed by Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family 'Aperient Pills, The following certificate musfcertalnly convince every'person of the great efficacy ot this invaluable medicine. '• Dr. Wm. Evans—Dear Sin—I can never be grateful enough for the cure I have received by the use of your invaluable medicine (CaMOMILC Pills,) I was for five years very seriously troubled with Dyspipsia, which caused a nervous sensation throughout my system—so much that Isometirries shook as if I had been afflicted with.-f.dlsy; during all this time I took many medicines, but none would cure me.• At last, my physician gave me up; but fortunately one dav as I was speaking to a friend on the subject he'told me that Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Pills were the only medicine that would cure me, of which I purchased some, and the result is that I am now enjoying- perfect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber respectfully Informs the inhabitants of Carlisle, and tjje public generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand, in North Hanoverstreet, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he continues to carry on the Cabinet Making Business, in alHts various branches. He has lately furnished himself with a hew and" SiPUBIVDID HEARSE, &C. to accommodate all those who may favor him.with axall..' He returns his sincere thanks tohis friends and customers tor the liberal en-, couragement bestowed on him,.8c solicits a con^ tinuance of their patronage. Henatter1! himself thatby strict attention to business and a dlsposition to please, tojnerjt and receive a share of public patronage.. T •. • ¦'";".-" ' .» N. B. One or Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wantedito whom liberal wages will begivjL'n. An apprentice,will'be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. GODFREID HAAG. Carlisle,.Decembers, 1838:—tf. ¦:'

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

¦ ••¦•¦«»:«, *i'"e»: To Wholesale Dcalbrs and Retailors . of foreign:SR6rcfianaiao. T " HE;ti*aW^%<?umberlar,<J County, inaccordance with the act of Assembly, publish* it the following •'•ListbF Wholesale Dealers and Retailers of Foreign Meiichandiie,". within > the said county- for the current year,'comrpehcinjK on the'1st May 1839, as classified and returned to him by the Associate Judges and Commissioners of said county. Those who have cflrnmenced business ind whose names are not Classified, as well as those who are bound to pay ally fractional part of a license, are required to have.'themselves registered agreeably to law, without delay, or otherwise the law will be enforced, Such as are designated by a'* have taken out their license, and those who have not.are required to do soon or before the first day of June next, after which day suit will be instituted, without respect t6 persons, against all delin-JVantea. Residence. Class. .License. John Drawbaugh, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

WOOLLEN FACTORY, THE subscriber returns thanks to liis friends •and former customers for past favors, and would respectfully "Inform the public' that he continues :tb carry on the Fulling Mill of Mr. J. BtlrkUolder, in South Middleton township, three end ahalf miles south cast of Carlisle, where he vill manufacture "OLOTKS, ; ¦ . Oasilmeres, oassinetts, Blankets, die. WOOL will be purchased atthe market price for cash, or on the shares' to^manufacture-blankets. Wool Carding Willi also be attended to ns Ubual. The mill is in gondtirder, being supplied with the best Cards and npparjitijs.-?--' .'¦"¦ ,-'•» He pledges himself to do work in the best manner; and hoppsito receive a liberal isharcbf public patronage. ¦¦ .:.":¦•, \ >.:o,: .• .¦;¦-.. ..->•:'..; -li?;r:>:.:V' BENJAMIN ELLIS.'. :.. April 18; 1839.;;V"/¦¦/¦ :: ¦"..'--'¦' .•:;•;-;;.:¦¦.-:;«tV

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

FORWA»Di«ro &. aoxavatssxoN ' HOySB." ' '""¦ MrBBA.t:& SXtetatlfCV CARL13I.E, CUMnBRtAND XIOUNTV, HAVEerected a Warehouse on tire RAIL ROAD, at the west end of High ¦ strent, directly opposite Dickinson College, Where they can at all times.receive and forward merchandize and produce ,to Philadelphia, Chambersburg arid all intermediate places, having placed Cars on the road which will run "regularly be-' tween Carlisle and , Philadelphia, by which Goods arid.',Produce of ,all descriptions will be forwarded with care arid despatch. Goods will be ree'efvedat the Warehouse of Joseph'S. Lewis, jr. ScCb., Conner of Broad and Vine> streets, Philadelphia, arflfc forwarded to Carlisle, Chariibersburg, and all intermediate places. - Carlisle, April 4,1839. 3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

JOSEPH S. LEWIS, JR. & CO. Commission dtrorwarding'lWorchants, S. W. corner Broad a Vinestt. Philadelphia, ARE prepared to receive arid effect sales of all produce, merchandize; &c. which may be entrusted to their care. ' Liberal advances will.be made on consignments until sales are effected. • „ Produce and merchandize left at the Warehouse of Messrs. Murray U Fleming, Carlisle, shall receive prompt attention, and all merchandize. Sec. left with us will be forwarded to Carlisle, Chambefsburg,"ahd"ftir intermediate places, on the rail road,-with care and despatch,at the lowestratcsof freight. ' April '4, 1839. 3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

DR. J. C. NEFF, ..-.- ¦BtTR©EO$T. ©BK.TIST, RESPECTFULLY informsthe ladles and , gentlemen of Carlisle and its vicinity that he sets'Artificial Teeth in the most approved manner. He also scales, plugs and separates „teeth to arrest decay.' —Drr 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 will be;xured, in most cases, without extraction; and ah odontalgic" wash is prepared for healing sore gums and fasten the teeth.-Ladies and gentlemen are requested to call and examine his collection of Porcelain or Incorruptible teeth, whictrwiU never decay or change color, and are free from all unpleasant odour, durable and well adapted for chewing, which will be inserted in the best mariner and at fair prices. . _^L,..»-?..,. ,-^-^i.-.-".-**^- • - All peraony-wlsnthTwrVN- to call ab their dwellings will please "ttrleave a line at!?is residence, No. 7 Harper's, RVw, when he will punctual...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

NOTICE._ THE public will take notice that letters of administration on the estate of Jacob Williams, late ot North Middleton townshipdeceased, have this,day been issued to the subscrjbers'who request all persons having claims or demands against the. estate bf the said decedent, to make known the same to them without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate to call and settle thesame without delay. DAVID WILLIAMS, Residing in N.; Middleton township. JOHN WILLIAMS, Residing in Newton township. April 8, 1839. . , 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

CHARLES IVI'CLURE, ATTORlTBr AT LAW, - WILL practice in the several Courts o Cumberland, Perry and Juniata.. Office in Main street, Carlitl'-.a few doors west of the Post'Office. .; ¦,' ¦ -March;31,1839.,,.',' ; ¦ . tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

iMPORTANl' '.'. To JSUlers 4* Jflanttfatturers. howjts xnxpRovxro direct ACTION WATER WHEEL. THE public are informed that the subscriber has.bought the'right of the above water wheel; for the State bf Pennsylvania. It is considered by those having them In use, as brie of the most important improvements that has ever be.en Introduced. Persons desirous bf seeing the wheel, can do so, bv calling at the foundry of DAVID COCKLEY, Lancaster. The annexed certificates have been given as a slight testimonial of its value; they will speak for themselves. All communications addressed to the sub'criber iri Lancaster, Pa,', will be promptly attended to. i ¦ MICHAEL M'MATH. April 11, 1839. ly . TCopt.-j-This is to certijy, that I have put in one of Howd's Patent Cast Iron Direct Action Water Wheels, in the place of a Reaction Wheel; that the Direct Wheel does not flood the tail race as much by three inches as the reaction did, and that I can grind seven bushels with the direct action wheekan....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

A new Line of* Freight Cars rROIVZ BARRXSBURO TO. PHILADELPHIA. THE subscriber; grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints his friends and the public, that he has put into operation on the H ARRISBURGvLANCAS'EER, And.COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly between Harrisburg & Philadelphia, by which Goodsv and Produce of all descriptions'will be forwarded, with care and despatch, at the lowest ratesbf freight.'. Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of Broad and yin'e streets, Philadelphia, and for. wardedrt6HaBSisburgr.Carlisle,;Chambersburgj and intermediate places, arid bv the subscriber, r OWEN M'CABE. Harrisburg,"Jan. 3li 1839. OAFISH. SALT AND PLASTER, CONSTANTLY ON HAND.. Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

-'•'-' 'MACHINIST- AMD Burr Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and ihe public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds 6frmachinery for. Woolen Fac tories, together with t" r i "'»'•'¦' "' PRBITOH BURR MII.I, STONES,, athisoldstai)d.inNe,wC.um.berfand,alIbf,which lie will warrantto.be made in: the.-best-workmanlike manner and of the best materials, and selLat.tlie_lowest prices, upon accommodating terms. :' ¦¦"'".'.' '.-.'---A constant supply of Cards will be kept on hands,and old machines repaired. ' --••---:-.- — . "... -"''•¦' ABR'M MEtLINfGER;1'" - . Jiine'21,''1838; ;=':-- -i <.r2X..;..:^ ,....--\y: ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

CHANGE OF AGENTS i - Por Morrison's Universal Medicines. HORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT, late Sole . Agent in the United States, having been uiamissed by the.Britlsh College of Health, Dr. George Taylor now of the city bf. New York, has been appointed Sole.General Agent and.flygia Delegate to the United. States. The said GSorge Tayldr- has appointed A. D. Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Marylan'd and Delaware, and thirty, three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania: anil George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lebigh county. Pa., General Agent for four counties in Jhe state of. New York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to witi—Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the state of New Jerseyi Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York. " Hereafter, no person cap korS(iU vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said districts, except by the aut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

TO BRIDGBBUILDERS. 51. GOOD'S IMPROVEIWENT IN BRIDGES. "¦T^RANCIS GOOD, of the township of Nesv JT London, in the county of Chester, and state otPennsylvania, obtained letters patent for an improved plan oferecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and per manency with economy, so much so as not to require, in soine situations, more than one half the expense to erect a Bridge on this plan, and when built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the stream! the Bridge being constructed and secured in such a manner, that if the water should rise so high as to run over the top of it, the Bridge would remain firm and secure. The plan has been submitted to a num ber bf scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this' plan has been erected over a branch of Whiteclay cre.ek, in the township of Londongrove, which received the approbation of a Jury "appointed by the court to view the same. The subscriberhaving purchased the ...

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