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

WOOLLEN FACTORY. —fWl HE subscriber returnsthanks to his friends M. and former customers' for past favors, and would respectfully inform the public that he continues to carry on the Fulling Mill of Mr. J. Burkholder, in South Middleton township, three and a half miles south east of Carlisle, where he will manufacture " ....'_.. -CLOTHS,:-Oa,ss™or«s» Oassinetts, Blankets, &c. — t WOOLWl11 be purchased at the market price lor cash, or on the shares to manufacture blankets. Wool Carding will also he attended to as u5uaV, *"emi" ,s ,n B°od order, being supplied with the best Cards and apparatus; He pledges himselftb do work in the best manner, and hopes to receive a liberal share of •1 public patronage. ' . .„„' „ BENJAMIN ELLIS. Apnl.18,1839. :¦• ¦¦-¦-¦ fit"

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

CARD. MU JOHN ~ J. MYERS, ¦NFORMS his friends and the public, that he J^,.ha.& resumed the duties of his profession, and will give his undivided attention to the practice ofrtf'seyeral branches. -'• His office is in the.stone house adjoining his £^'8 store and one door from the Post Office* ,-. Carlisle, Feb. 28,18S9. -7\ ' ,.r, • • 3m. .

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

FORWARDING & COMMISSION HOUSE. .* MURRAY & FtiBMING, CARLISLE, CUMBERI/ND C OUNTY -"¦JTAVE erected a Warehouse on the RAIL MM. ROAD, at the west end of High strent, dilectly opposite Dickinson College, where they can at all times receive/and forward merchandize and produce to Philadelphia, Chambcrsburg and all intermediate places, having placed Cars on the road which will run regularly between Carlisle and Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch. Goods will be received at the Warehouse of Joseph S. Lewis; jr. & Co., corner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate places. Carlisle^ April 4,1839. 3m , ¦

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

JOSEPH S. LEWIS, JR. & CO. Commission ^Forwarding-Merchants, •S. IV. corner Broad & Vine sts. Philadelphia, ARE prepared to receive and 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 & Fleming, Carlisle, shall receive prompt attention, and all merchandize, Sec-left with us wlll.be forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate places, on the rail road, with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight. April 4, 1839. . 3m

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

DR. J. C. J>JEFF, - SUROEO'N.DBWTiST, ¦ RESPECTFULLY informs the ladies 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. Dr. N. prepares a footh powder, which whitens the teeth, without injuring thc.enamel, colors the gums a fini red and refreshes the mouth. The tooth-ache will be cured, in most cases, without extraction; and an odontalgic wash is prepared for healing sore gums and fasten the teeth. . Ladies and gentlemen tire requested to call and examine his collection of Porcelain or In-, corruptible teeth, which will never decay or change color, and are free from all unpleasant odour, durable and well adapted for chewing, wntcn will be inserted in the bost mgnn» and at fair prices. All persona wiuhing r>r. N. to call nt tltcir dwellings will please to leave a line at liis residence. No. 7 Harper's Row, when he will punctually attend to every call in th...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

IMPORTANT To Jtlillcrs A' Manufacturers. HOWD'S IMPROVED DIRECT ACTION WATER WHEEL,. THE public are. informed that the subscriber has bought the right of the ,above water wheel, for the State of Pennsylvania. It is considered by those' having them in use, as one of the most important improvements tha^ has ever been introduced.. Persons desirous of 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 subcriberin Lancaster, Pa„ will be promptly attended to. MICHAEL M'MATH. April 11, 1839. - ]y [Copy.] This is to certi|y, that I have put in one o[ 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 wheel an hour, and driv...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

TEETH. S1L1CIOUS METALIC, OR MINERAL JNCOR; ItUPTIBE-a vaJtvn. It has for many years been a great desideratum among. European and American Dentists, to manufacture Teeth from incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural living Teeth, Many have devoted yejir.s to unsuccessful experiments, and others frav.e succeeded in manufacturing 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 tcetli of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly in imitation of human, teeth. They have a s.-mitransparency, and are made of varioussizes and shades. In cases where absorption of the aveolar process, 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 entirely...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

A new Line oPFreight "Cars FROM flARRISBURG TO PHILASELPBIA. XH (E subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints his.friehds and the public, that he.has'put into operation on the HARRISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which wjll run regularly between Harrisburg (5c Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions-will be, forwarded with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight. Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL,., N. E. corner of Broad and Vine streets," Philadelphia, and forwarded-to Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and intermediate places, and bv the subscriber, OWENM'CABE, Harrisburg, Jan..31,1839. lOTrJFISH. SALT.AND.PLASTER, CONSTANTLYON HAND. Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce.

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

4- MACHINIST AIVJD Buff Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends andjhe public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Factories, together^ ith FRENCH BURR MII.X. STONES, at hisoldstan'd in New Cumberland, all of which he will warrant to be made in the best workmanlike manner and of the best materials, and sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating terms. ' , A constant supplyof C.ards._ wilt be. kepit-on hands, and old machines repaired. ABR'M MELLINGER. June 21,1838. ly

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

CHANGE OF AGENTS For Morrison's Universal Medicines. HORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT, late Sole Agent in the United States, having been dismissed by the British College of Health, Dr. George Taylor now of the city of New York, has been appointed Sole General Agent and Ilygia Delegate to the United States. The said George Taylor has appointed A. D. Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county; Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Mai-yland and Delaware, and thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania! and George C Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of All.entown, Lehigh county, Pa., General Agent for four counties in Hie state of New York, and seven in the state'of Now Jersey,.to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberlafid,'Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the state of New Jersey; Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygcian Medicines within the said districts, except by the authority of th...

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

TO BRIDGH^UILDERS. J*. GOOD'S ' IMPROVEMENT XN BRIDGES. "E^RANCIS GOOD, of the township of New mj London, in the county of Chester, and state oFPennsylvania1, obtained letters patent for an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and per manency with economy, so much so as not to require, in some 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 number of scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this plan has been erected over a branch of Whiteclay creek, in the township of Londongrove, which received the approbation of a Jury appointed by the court to view the same. The subscriber having purchased the rig...

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

EXCnJUYGE U./fcVJSr .»'. ¦ -.. - -AND . - • SAVINGS INSTITUTION, No. 66 South Fourth st. Philadelphia. GAPITAX 250,OOOI)OI.jLARS. Open daijy for the transaction of business from ~ 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. DEPOSITEE of money received, lor which the following rate of interest will beallowed: 1 year6 percent, per annum, 6 mos. 6 . " " 3 " 4 " " . . On business deposites, lobe drawn at the pleasure of the depositor, no interest will beallowed. Uncurrent nates of solvent Banks, in every part of the United States, will be received as special deposites, on such terms as, may be agreed on in each particularcase. Bjr order of the Board, J. DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. ly

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

THRASHING MACHINES -' . • AND HORSE POWER CALL AND EXAMINE FOR rOURSELVEs! The subscribers, thankful for past favors, take this method of informing the public that they still continue the building of Thrashing JMachincs and Horse Power, at their old stand, in Louther street, Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all limes be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, and have also attached a' CLOVER THRASHER, which for durability and simplenessof construction is surpassed by none. Having all manner of confidence in the superiority of the above mentioned machine, &c. they are willing that Farmers shall test them before" making the purchase. Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine will nleascmake application at the public house of John Cornman, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May »3,1838. >>

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

AUDITOR'S NOTICE.. The Auditors appointed by the Orphans* Court of Cumberland County, to marsha the assets of the estate 6f George Claudy, late of Newton township, dee'd,, in the hands of Jacob Gilbert, his administrator, will meet for that purpose at the house of James Sponsler, in Newburg , Hopewell township, on Saturday the 8th day of June next, at ten o'clock, A. Jvl. where all concerned will attend £3* present their claims. DAVID S. RUNSHA, AB'M. SMITH M'KINNEY, : ' .^.--ROBERT C. RILGORE, . v . Auditors. May 9,1839. . ' -.'.

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

POST' OPPIOB,. '__ ! ':. Carlisle,"Pa; Nov. l,#838. Arrival and De/tarture of Mails. , , • . Arrives. , Closes.. Eastern daily about 12 ni. . 7 p.m. " '«•' '.•' Tp. m. 10a.m. Western ,l.'i , _«.' IS'.m.--. JO a.m. Southern •¦ «• 13 m.' "7p. m, .Mechanicsb'g " ••• 12 m. " 7 p.m. Newville " ",12 m. -10 a.m. • _. - R. LAMBERTON.P.M.-; Georgia and India Nankaena for sale low- by ApriI4- . ArntM Vf Co,

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

THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE. '.- "PETEF. PAFvLEY." jiK^jBlk - Will stand the ensuing seaift|LTljm> _tira(*son at Carlisle, on the terms set |B» fTj^T for'"."1 tne handbills. ' &Lai3uWfaUL Peter Parley is of the very first racing blood. He was got by. 'Oscar'—his dam 'Betsey Wilkes' was by the celebrated 'Sir Archie'—his grand dam by 'Bedford'—his great grand dam_by_'Dare_DeviI'—his g.-g. grand dam by 'Lamplighter'—his g. g. g. grand dam by Syms' 'Vyildair.' The above pedigree is authentic as will be seen by a reference to the American Turf Register. For further particulars applv to JOSEPH HEtfSHE, Groom. Carfisle, April 4,1839. 3m

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

FORGEJHEN WANTED. CJIX GOOD REFINERS wanted immediately ly at Dickinson Forge. Apply to A. G. EGE. May 2,1839. tf

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

CHARLES M'CLURE, . .ATTORNEY. AT LAW,' WILL''practice in the several Courts o Cumberland, Perry and Juniata. Office in Main street, Carlisle,a few.doors west of the Post Office. March 21, 1839. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 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. A. MYERS, Administratrix- of said deceased: Carlisle 'Apffi-il, 1839.-'Smb. -

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

PANOr STOVES. , A SPEJYDIP assortment^f-fancy'Franklin -and Parlor Stoves, intended for coal or wood; "Also.a variety of Cooking Stov esof-tUe most economical and approved kind. Wood stoves and other castings for sale either finished or in the plates .very cheap for cash or approved country-produce. .... ¦• ''''.'." .'• " • x. -: . PlEIS, JJOEMNO & THtJMDMi Oak Grove FurnaceVOct, 4,1838. -. .' tf

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