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

: EXCIMJYGE VM3YK -.- . ... - AND''. • ¦ . • . ':igAVI-WffB'IlTBTITUinOM,! ; No. 8S South Fourth, st. Philadelphia. CAPITAff/2SOiCtoOJiOIii.ARS. Open daily for. (he (raniaction of business from ¦ . .,;.;,,. -..-, a a. M.to's p.m. DEPOS1TES of money received, for which the following rate of interest will beallowedt 1 year 6 percent, per annum, . '.*—" 6 mos.,6. . " . " <'.-. 3 .«'. 4 :«¦.. " ,. : Ori business deposites, lobe drawn attheplea: sure of the depositor.no intereH will be allowed. Uncurrent notes of solvent Banks, in every part of; the- .United>,.States, tvill.be. received »s special deposites, ori such terms as may be agreed on in each particular case. •- .- ;. ;!' By Order of the.Board. .:-,'¦..... ¦ ;_x•_-: . j j. :.j_< iSAiESSAA, Cashier. .. Philadelphia. Dec-19, 1838. ^T^T ^ ly-

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

,^_^. • j—^^^^^^^^^^^ —* "THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS 'r ite alt h. ;'. We know that health, and the ability tq labor is the wealth of the great mass of the people in tin's as in most other countries, lb preserve, therefore, that health by NATURAL means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to fulfil which requires our utmost attention. THE unparalleled reputation which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restorative, is the most unquestionable proof that can be given of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almost every class of diseases. The number of fetters received from patients recovering thro' their means is really prodigious, and the complaints which they nave cured are almost as varied as they are numerous. 'But still there are some in which they are riiore especially beneficial than in others) arid among those may be named the too often fatal complaints nf the stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they are not.only a C...

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

THRASHING MACHINES AND HORSE POWER CilLl ADD EXAMINE FOR TO UR S E L I'£ S / The subscribers, thankful for past favors, lake this method of informing-the public that they still continue the building of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their i.ld stand, in Limber street, Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all times be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement nn the pc.wer ar.d machine, and have also attached.a ; CLOVER THRASHER, which for durability and simpleness of construction is surpassed by none. Having all manner of confidence in the superiority of the above mentioned machine, Sec. they are willing that Farmers shall test them befere making thepurchase. Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine will please make application ht the public house of John Cornman, Carlisle? NEVIUS & MITCHELL. MayS, J838. ». ="-

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

TO DENTISTS. The subscriber furnishes Dentists with his celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which have been spoken, of in the highest terms of commendation by all who have used them -apd by numerous men of profound chemical Knowledge who have examined them. Also, Human 'lietn. Gold Foil, Tin do., &c. &c.including every article of material used iri Dental Surgery. Teeth, eold, Cic. sent by mail to anv part of- theUnion when ordered. : ' F; H. KNAPP, May 31, 1,838. . -Surgeon Dentist, Baltimore

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

'" ?*w.AoHffi\^jei^;:, Jii} INFORMS.Tiis frierd* and the public, that he; has resumed the duties of his profession, arid will give his undivided attention to the practice of its several branches. - -.---':-;--~ ^1_1. HuofSce is in the;stone house tidjginmg hir drugstore and one door from thf Post Officr, V?. #Hrll»lAPerTas, IMP. : Stn /

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

AXTDITQR'S UTOTICE. The Auditors appointed by the Orphans* Court of Cumberland County, to marshal the.assets.of.theestate of George Ctaudy, late of Newton .townshiprdecM,, in the "hands of Jacob Gilbert, :hi».administrator,,will meet for that purpose at the house of JamesSponsler, ipNew. burg .Hopewell township, ori Saturday the 8th day of June next, at ten o'clock,-,A.' M. where, all concerned will attend tir" present their claims. DAWDS.RUNSHA,- ,,; , ,..-.-.-::.-.-, AB'M. SMITH M'KINNEY,: r ' . I';¦¦: ' ROBERT C. KlLGORE, ,, *" ...' -*. ¦" ,';... ¦ •'-.-..." - '-; . -'... .•'- Auditor*. • :".Msy9;,iM9.',. ,-."s".'.'-,':-,-1 - .'¦',; .,',;. ¦ ,"-¦ '>-..¦-

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

^ CaiiislQ^Pa.:;j^vf. ii vi838.; - .ArrivalandJJepartuft•of.Mails'.' "-" •-- ' y-;i-;f-V' -'j ' -: f^:'<-'; "¦: '{Jtrfties' . '-':¦ '>closes. Eastern- - -r dally.. ' about ISjii,, „- -7 pi m. n] " v:;'?i '-Vi ^:.,i7-P^m,:>10a.m. 'Western c "«•---- '"'15 m." 10a.ro. Southern,,',."--' 'X< '•- f. t'<?>.«. 143 bi." i' '7 p. m, Mt^*ntc»b, g-.I,^,i:rj-i.-.,.«« ^-isjn.J.i.i^'pi'-(nr NewVlHftw....-'.*-'^-<-^'-r"^^fj;.i3.ni4[;.r.-.,= l()a.-ni. t"""7 ¦'-' . -r. R- LAMBERTTdN.F.M,""."- : Georgia and India NankMnrfor.«aIe:lon-tiy Aprils ArnildUr go.

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

TBS THOROUGH BRED HORSE, '"¦ • ¦ . i,PfflTSIl PAELBT.." ' --. Jtlflfh '-iM»-'if Wijl -stand the ehsuingsea-JBLX WBflJPson atTCa'rlisle. on the terms set Ifij ^P*^S»-forthin the handbills. 'fuHUUbaiA. . Peter; Parleys is of the very first racing blood. He;was got by 'Oscar'-rrlus dam 'Betsey. Wilkes' was by the celebrated 'Sir Archie'—his grand dam by 'Bedford'—his great grand Tlam^by'Dare Ilevil*—his g. j g. grand dam by ¦Lamplighter'—his"g.t'g". g. granddam by, Syms*. 'Wildair,' The above pedigree is authentic, as .will be seen by a reference to the American Turf Register.'. For.further particulars applv to - 1 JOSEPH HEftSHE, Groom. -Car/isle, April 4,1839. , "'\ ', 3m fpR6£IHENWANTEO. SiX'GOOD REFINERS wanted immediately af Dickinson Forge. Apply to a ' ¦'¦ ' ;: A. G.EGE. May 2,1839. '; tf

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

NOTICE. THE books of Dr. Theodore Myers dee'd., have been placed, in the hands of Jacob Squier, Esq. for settlement. Those having claims against, or those indebted to said deceased, are requested to call immediately for settlement. ...... S, AVMYERS, Administratrix of said deceased. Carlisle, April 11, 1839.—3mq.

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

TEETH. imicjotra Mar^xlic^aa^Mltl.SHAL lUCOHC JtOPTIBLB TEETH. It has for many years been a great desideratum amonjr European, and American Dentists, to manufacture Feeth from incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural living Teeth, Many have devoted years,to unsuccessful exfieriments, and'others have succeeded in manuacturing teeth of materials similar to the porcelain ware, but) generally they have an opaque white appearance, by which they-are easily distinguished from the human teeth. . After long and tedious experiments, the subscriber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly in imitation of >jman teeth. They have a semitransparency, and are made of various sizes and shades. In"cases where absorption of the aveolar pro cess, or other causes may render it necessary, he will cast'of the same materials attached to the teeth, artificial gums, which shall imitate the gum and supply the loss of substance.. It is e...

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

FANS"? .STOVBS.-jV ; fcSP&frDlb assortment bf fancy Franklin J%, and ParlnrrKoi(»i"'iriteh"ded;Tor*<!bal;br wood. -Also.-a variety of Cooking Stoves o( thb mjMtJ:eso4iamic.alt anar.apnrbyed Tlnnd.^i JV^ood swves;and"other.'cas"tirigs'foKsale;elther'finished' or in the plates, very cheapfbrcash or approved country produce. V; '•• ¦-j ¦¦'¦-¦¦''•¦'. - -• ¦< -..../„. .'J'tBia.-^OEKINO & Tuvbiwm. Oafc iSroveTurnaei, Oct. t, 18i8.' tf

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

- or; i. c. tooMis, ;}:;>:¦; DENTIST; .'¦¦• ¦ ¦ .--¦¦., TTNTENpS ".residing permanently in Carlisle, Jt^n'd'wquldjres'pectlbily'bffc sernces,tolhbjcUizensbf.the'.ptace^ '/ He has taken rbbin^satJ^jol^Perree.'s-Hotels where^ie-mayTbVfbuiiaatall hpurs..^;Ill,\ __„ ~"Persoh«^r|e^e5ting "it,wlir'be waited upon, at ilieir'resiaerice's.*'" '' ,."."¦; "'•; ' :.:„' ¦ CDr. George D. Foulke, Reference,-^. A fteii. Thos. C. 1 liornton, '..""' (.Dr. David JV.,Mah*h. . Carlisle. Dec. 6, 1838, .

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

: Estate of David Hippehatrtmer, deceased. TtOTXCii. THE public wili take notice that letters of ajfc :rnintst'rntion have this day been issued to the subscriber on the estate of David ¦ Hippehamnier, late of the-lmmugh of Carlisle, Cumberland county., AH who have claims or demands, agaiiist the; estate bf said 'decedeh^are requested to make; the sameknnwh to the"sub; scTiberwlthcnt'delay, arid all who ore indebted to said estate are required .to calland settle *he sameimmediatelv, -.;-.,,v,"• ^':;.;';" :',£ 7.^-7 ': nXJGff GAULiAGriEtt, ' -:-.--. !f i.-•,:,.;¦ ^:. , Hftidenft^rUste. ¦'• -•'April&ms9. ¦ -=¦'^yr-rn-x-i-A iu:x;jvv" . . ¦¦! -... . ..'.. ;* iv i I i ' ... '...n j..i i i .. i. Satin, Bambazeen, plain arid figured' Stocks, for.sale by ¦''' ' "'Arnbtd-lf-Oo;

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

A VALUABLETAN YARD 3?.OR P.BMT. AT HARPER'S FERRY, FA. FC^HE subscribers will lease for one or more JL year?, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is one of the best locations in Virginal "for carrying on the business on an extensive scale, as there is'-abundant room ar.d the'materialsare-ample. A number of the Vats are under cover, and all the buildings are. of the most suitable kind—besides the grindingof Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is clone by water ptuver. , _ Any quantity of Hides can.be procured in the \ neighborhood; as there isno other tannery within several mile's ofthe place—and there js also, every facility tor getting hides'from the cities, and sending them to.market when tanned, either by "rail road or canal. There is, likewise, a demand nt this place for a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government;"- — :¦ ¦ Possession will be given immediately. For further particulars enquire of " •¦ HUGH GILLEECE 8c CO. Harper's ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

Terms of FubUcatton The American Volunteer Is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Two Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. "i < _ Ne subscription taken for .1 less term than six months, and 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. s Advertisements will be thankfully received, and published at the rate of gl 00 per square tor three insertions, and 25 cts, for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will bo inserted till forbid. . Handbilla,>Blanka, Cards, lie. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AGENTS FOR THE VOUTNTEEB. The following Gentlemen will please act as aent9forthispaperisub5,criptionsreceived,and nunc/ paid loeither of theseindividualswillbe a-.knowledged by us. v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

An Enigma. For the American Volunteer. It isformctt like the globe, and 'tis.plnccu in its i 'centre; It'commcnds every tongue—every mouth it will enter; - It is always in fashion—the first tn be oddf It departs not from home; yet it wanders abroad; It grows in each kingdom, and in every soil; It is fond, too, of labor—rthc partner of. toil;- It appears in all seasons—belongs to all nations; It has many connections and Worthy relations; It presides o'er the ocean—reigns likewise on . .. »V shore; It leads every object—it enriches our storci It attends all our actions—directs every omen, It turns one Into ten—hates men and loves woman; "*It is seen in the morning—gets brighter in noon; It is hid in the sun, though it shines In the moon; It is shown in the lainbow, likewise in the show] It will follow our fnot-stcps wherever we go; It is shunned in the palace—beloved itr the cot; It is found in our bosoms, what'er be our lot; It rules in accounts, when we balance our coffers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

To the heirs and legal representatives of - CHRISTIAN COOVER, late of Dickinson-township, Cumberland county, de* ceased. . ' * Take. IVolice, - -ThatI will hold an Inquisition on a writpt partition and Valuation, on the premises of Chris' tian Co-over, dee'd., tin Thursday -the Bth day of June 1839, at 10 o'clock, A. M. where all inter-• ested may attend. .- .',.' •'•" ¦ -'" ¦>* ' " JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office Carlisle, > :---May 21, 1839. J ' . 3N". . ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

THE SABBATH WRECKS A LEGEND OF DUNBAR. . It was a beautiful Sabbath . morning in the autumn of 1577;'a few^small clouds, tinged with red, sailed slowly through the blue heavens; the sun shone brightly, as if conscious of the glory and goodness of its Maker, diffusing around a holy stillness and tranquility, characteristic of the day. of rest; the majestic Frith flashed back the sun-beams, while, on its bosom slowly glided the winged granaries of.commerce; there, too, lay its islands, glorying in their strength—the May, shrouded in light, appeared as a leviathan sunning in its rays—and the giant Bass, covered with sea fowl, rose as a proud mountain of alabaster in the midst of the waters. .._.... A thousand boats lay along, the shores of the Dunbar. It was the herring season; and there were many boats from the south, and from the north, and also from the coast of Holland. Now, tidings were brought to the fishermen, that an immense shoal was upon the coast; and, regardless of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

-¥)EAD THIS!—Dr. Swaync's Compound . BfcSyrujiofPrunus VirginianaorU'ildC/ier->y.—This is decide°dly one of tho best remedies for coughs arid colds now.in use—it allays irri"taf!Oirnf-the-lungsr)f-osens.-tlic-cpugh, -causing ; the phlegm to raise free hhd casyi in asthma-, * pulmonary consumption,^resent nni chronic • coughs,whceaing arid choking of phiegffi,hoarse', uess, difficultv of breathing, croup,' spitting, of blood, &c The syrup is warranted toirflect a permanent cure, if taken according to directions •which accompany the bottles. For sale at the drug store of- ¦" M. J. Mvkits & Co.' •-' ~1~~~. powder y: :~ v By the Keg, Sec; received and for sale at • the . store'of- '¦"-'.-,- -, -:.¦;.!•;-. .';-.•_;'d, .'v.;..:». , j ¦ •' ^JOHN GH Ay; Agent.1,, -,• Carlisle, April 4, 1839. : . ; '" «;-*'" ¦- .. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

' To the heirs and legal representatives of JOSEPH SHATV, late of the township of Dickinson, Cumberland' coiiply, dee'd,-Take JVtiiiceir " 7/ That I Avill-holdanlnquisitibn on h writ of Partition and Valuation, on the premises.lute of Joseph Shaw, dee'd. on Wednesday the 12th day of June 1839, at 10 o'clock, A. M. where all interested may attend. ' JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. ' Sheriff's Office Carlisle,? May 21,1839. 5 . '3ts*

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