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

VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE. ' fHE subscriber offers at private sale the fnl-.- a. lowing described valuable leal estatc,.siiunte in Allen township, Cumberland county, containing 114 acres, more or less, of patented land, aboul 90 acres of which are cleared and in a high state of cultivation, and tlie residue covered with thriving timber. The improvements are a Jl^JJ ' TWO STOKY Qf|™ ' STONE-HOUSE,-gflliyjyil And Boublo Log- Barn, Uvo..Apple,Orcl)avd.s,..3Rc.aC.;\v.hich is of choice fruit, a never lailing spring of water, ajul a fountain pifmp":it th"e"V!i>or—also, vfUVlltrni'House..' ¦ ' « The above menthmed 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 Iroin Shephenlstuwn. . . An indisputable'title will be given. For terms apply'to the subscriber near the premises. JAMES GRAHAM. May 30, 1S39, tf' . (rj"The. 'I.-mcastcr Intelligencer,' and 'Y...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

Wolice to Creflitors.- „ TAKE NOTICE that the subscribers have Oce.n appointed Auditors to marshal the assets of the estate" of David Kciswanger, among the creditors, and that we will meet for that purpose iit the house r,f John Hoover, in Mech,inicsburg, on Saturday'the J-! of August next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. where all persons having claims will present'theni for settlement. JOHN COOV1--.R, -) MICH'r. HOO VERA.tfuflVf-ors. J1ENRYLKAS, S

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

At a meeting' ot the Cumber land Fire Company, held May 11th 1839, it was on motion. Resolved, That the Ladders of this company shall not be used but by p-.-rmission ol the company, and all personsshall be prohibited from using tlie s,.me (without suclt permission;) under a penalty fyi Five Dollars. GEO. 11. FOULKE, Prcs't, Attest—P. Quiulev, Sce'y.

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

Estate of Moses Scroggs, deceased. NQT-ICE. • TilE subscriber having tak,en out Letters of Administration on the estate of MOSES SCKOGGS, dee'd, late of Newton township, Cumberland county, hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate by bond, note or book account, to make.payment immediately, and those having claims will present them properly authenticated.for seltlement-ALEXANDER SCROGGS, Residing in Newton township, Cumb. co. May 30, 1839. 'Ct

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

MOULDERS. 8 OR 10 good Plate Moulders are wanted immediately at Oak. Grove Furnace, Peny county, to-whom constant employment will be given and good wages paid. Apply to - PLIES, FOERING & TllUDIUM. Oak Grove, May 30, 1839.- 2m - (O^T'lie'Laiicaster Intelligencer/ will please insert the above to the amount of $1 arid charge this office.

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

, . .,• JSTR'AY COW. Strayed away from the subscriber residipg near Alexander's Hill, oh the^d inst a red and white spotted Cow, nearly fresh .-milch; with a small bell on. Any information respecting said Cow will be.thankfully received. '-. DANIEL WILANTT. ; May 23, 183,9. . ' ¦ -,' .1

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

Estate of Nancy Weaver, dee'd. vN.QTIO'E.. ; THE public will,take.notice that Letters of Administration have this day beeniisued to the subscriber, on the estate of Nancy Weaver, late of Monroe township, Cumberland county. AH who have claims against said deceased are requested, to.make.the same known to the subscriber, residing in Diilsburg, without delay, and all who a.re indebted to said eatate^are required to call and settle the same. .•*-"" LEVI VvV-WEAVER. ..Mny.'lSY 1.839.-.. .„,--^: 6t,

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

LIFE AND HEALTH. PERSONS whose nerves have been injured by calomel, or excessive grief, great loss of mood,, the suppression of accustomed discharges or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to relax-and enervate the nervous system, will find a friend to soothe and comfort.in EVANS' CAMOMILE PILL'S. Thoseafflicted with-Epilepsyoi—Falling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, and organic affections of the heart, nausea, vomiting, pains in the side* breast; limbs; head; stomach Or back, will find themselves immediately relieved, by using EVANS' CAWMHLE aud APE1UENT PILLS.- Dr. Evans does not pretend to say that in-all"Tlebilitated-and"impaired-constitutioiis^- in nervous diseases of all kinds, particularly" of the digestive organs, and in incipient, consumption, whether ot the lungs or. liver, they will cure. That dreadful disease, .Consumption, might have been checked in its commencement, and disappointed of its prey all over the land, it the first sympto...

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

GOIiDEN SAUL ¦ HOTEL, _ ¦ .'.-WEST! HSQH STREET CAP-juIESE. The subscriber respectfully informs liis 'friends and the public generally that he.ha? taken that well known, tavern.'stand at the West end of High street, in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry Rhoatls, and that lie is now prepared (0 accommodate Drovers, Waggoners, Travellers, and all others v.-ho niay favor liim with a ^ call, in the very best manner. , . . , '. His Table will be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce.*- His' Bur h supplied with the choicest liquors, affirms Stable which is large and convenient, will-be .in charge of a careful and-allen'tive ostler. - . He flatten;'himself that, fro.ni his exper'u once as an Innkeeper, he will be able to render general satisfaction.. GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, Mnv -2, 1839. tf

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

CABINET MANUFACTORY. riJ^HE subscriber respcctlully informs the in-_H_ h.ibitants of Carlisle, and the public generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand, in North H-mover street, opposite Mr. E. Uullock's . Cuair_M.,>nufactory j where he continues to carry on the ' " Cabinet .ISalcing¦ JStBtisiness, in all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself with anew and SPLENDID HEM5SE, he. to accommodate all those who may tavor him with a call. He returns his sincere thanks to his friends and customers tor the liberal cm couragement'bestowed on him, 8c solicits a continuance of their patronage. He flatters himself that by strict attention to business and a disposition to please, to merit and receive a share of public patronage. -—N. B.-.One-or Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wanted,to wjiom liberal wages will be given. An apprentice will be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. GODFREID HAAG. Carlisle, December 6, 1838.—tf.

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

- GARDENSEEDS In all their.variety, among which is the choicest cucumber, kinds, a smalt lot of flower seeds, to be had at the store of .. • JOHN GRAY. Agent;. Carlisle, April 4, 1^39. _."_.' For Sale, A set of first rate PUMP MAKERS' TOOLS Enquire of the Editors of the Volunteer; -April 4, 1839. ' ' - FOR SALE. ~ Alot of ptimeWestern Hams; ..,_._• Qne new Tillberry, Two sets brass mounted Harnessi. Two good young Horses, suitable for farmers' use. Also, a great variety ot Dry Goads, - Gro ^ cenes,iic,.r - -^^milto ^ •£ GRIER." Carlisle, March 25, 1839.--Silk JH[andkerciliiefs, Shawls; Blond and Silk Scarfs and other fancy Spring Goods, for sale cheap at the new .store ot I'..-- ' AHNOLD& CO.. , April i. " •' ¦ In.'.Mechanicabtirg.

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

Copper, Tin and &hect Iron ^WANUFACtllY^^ THE.isub.scriber hereby, .informs.:;tbe_public that lie haS-commenccd tlie above mentioned .business; in ail itsvarious branches,: at, the old stand, recently occupied by Fridle'y & Lyiie, in-Louther street,,.a few doors-east of-Leonard's store, whtrelie will at all times be ready ,toaccommodate his friends and customers at the shortest notice-and on- the liiost-accomriiodating terms. .--..-¦ The highest flrice will be given for eld co/i/ier, pewter and lead.' . ¦:-¦-. .'.'-- ;-"" -; ... ALEXANDER S. LYNE. Carlisle, April 25; 1839. . -^>: .'

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

H —^WXIJLIAM IHOUDY, AS «»ken that well; m known tavern stand -^sTsflix^ in tlie eastl end of HigH. Ag§£8Jffi8r^^ Street; Carlisle,, sign of/^mmW 's^^ fL Conimodore Perry; late-glBlfflW'TSft'-B^'Ef ly kept by Mr. William ^^^MHl|||jS^; ' Strohm, where' he shall be MfflffmlyB* \W- **§_! happy nt all times to ac- C^aM^iii^^^ apKJs; commodate Waggoners, "^ : ^tK" Travellers and others, with all.tliings needful to their comfort and convenience.. ;. H!s Bar shall ,be constantly supplied with the choicest of Liquors, and his Table with the best the markets will-afford. Acareful and attentive hostler ivjll always be at hand to"waitlipbn Hiose who mayheed'his\servides.¦ Iti.short, nothing sliall be wanting to render general satisfaction to alTwho niay favor me house with their custom,. Carlis/e.-May 2, 1839.". ' JSmo. FPITY WOOD CHOPPERS '•'.- - WANTED,, ':.'•¦ '-.: AT DICKINSON FORGE, rrrv -Six-miles-^outKAvest of Carlisle,, ti. wh'oni constant employment and liberal; wa_2.es, will be. gi...

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

~~ CAUTSOSM1 *-'_' -".:^. Whereas, my wife ¦Elizabeth,,lias,left'iny,''' bed and. board wilholit .1113' just, "cause, 1, foi-warn all persons from harboring ortrusti ng -:her on my account, .as -I slial I nut - pay any debts con traded .by her. '•'."•¦ GEORGE-WILSON.' . Carl'i'sie,.»Iay 7\ 1839:;''v . ' ; '.;St„"_ ,, ¦

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

.:;-DYEiK6-.:&.-..scftUittNG: .;'•;:.• THE subscriber re^icctfully informs tlic'puIJJ lie that she continues to. cleanse Clotlus if gi-ease.stains, ike. in the best .manner and without injuring th?:tlotli,<. She will also attend to "'¦:'' idtsiit^';."-'V :,:, , ' all kinds of Yarns','Cloths, Silks/ &c. ,'!<c..;niiy color which may be.desircd, orf-tliMnifst-accotn--modating terms and wilh t'.cspatch." , - ' Her residence jsa few dbcri-s east .of, Mr. A ^ Richai'ds'store, Centre SquiiVc, Cailblc. . ._' ; ' JANE McMURRAY,-' r¦ April 25, 1S38. . . . -._ 'ly'-

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

• •.DENTISTRY.-...--.-.-,^.;- B '«._H. EBAIJGH.will be absent from C.ti'- lyi.eTOtil ahqut the lQth of. July, iie'xtc at whicli tijn'e lie expects to return and waitt"tipon, those wlih'may^i' avor hiaiivitlii. 'i.Cidl,:asiU%«:il.——, April li,'l839r-: ¦ -'""' """..-.•- , /."tf

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

- MISS M. A. ffrTUKNER, &ddies^nres&. # Corset JflaTcer. MAS commenced the above-business at her residence~in Louther street, a few doors west of the German,Reformed Church, where she is prepared to make all kinds of Ladios Dresses, Caps and Corsets, and Children's Clothes, T ^~~ upon moderate terms and at the shortest notice. Having just returned from the city where she has taken a regular course of instruction; she flatters herself ihat she will be able to please all who may <] «.-m it proper £6 give her a call. Carlisle, May 23,1839.

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

; THE.COUJtTS OF'APEEAl. ,-¦ For the S6tb Regiment Pennsylvania Militia;, willbelieldasffillows; ' ' For the First Battalion rn the second Monday ¦ tif June next, nt the house of .lohn Hoover, iii the borough of-fttec1«inics6ur£-- Officeis: Cap.--tains Furteubr.ugh and;Stiell and Lieut. Alien For tlie Second Baitoltohnt thclioutse of ^a,c.ob_ Reht-ar,' Jo Carl'rsl'e.'ori thesahie tlav. -Officers? Captaini-Ficstcr-ianfliHitiletaiiUi Lieht:-,GJ-e<;n;:._... - LEWIS HYERi Col. BethRcg.P ^ MV-;.' May 16, 1839. ,"•";"'~~ :^rrT7\ ~:~:H'u~ JUST received and for sale, nlot:.<if snpfrfiii(t; .'.' Family F/cur. Hamltqfii'V' lirary''.

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

NOTICE To' Wholesale Sealers and Retailers of Foreign Merchandize. THE Treasurer of Cumberland County, in accordance with the act of Assenibly publishes the following "List of Wholesale Dealers and Retailers of Foreign Merchandize," within the said county for the current year, commencing on the 1st May 1839, as classified' and returned to hi in by the Associate Judges and Commissioners of said county. Those who have commenced business qnd whose names, are not classified, as well as those who are bound to pay any fractional part of a license, are required to 'liave 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 so on or before the first day of June next, after which day suit will be instituted, without respect to persons, against all delinquents. Names. Residence. Class. License. John Drawbaugh, Allen 8 glO 00 • Issac Loyd, " 8 to 00...

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

NOTICE. THE public will take notice that letters of administration on the estate of Jacob Williams, lateot North Middleton townshipdeceased, have this-day been issued to the subscribers who request all persons having claims or demands against the estate of the said decedent, to make known the same to them without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate to call and settle the same without delay. DAVID WILLIAMS, Residing in N. Middleton township.» . JOHN W.ILLIAMS, Residing in Newton township. April 8, 1839. 6t

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