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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

-A VALUABLE TAN YARD - "... ;.?0R M»*,'- .: AT HARPER'S PERRY. VA.' ' ¦ - jnnHG subscribers will lease for one or more :JL' years, their, valuable Tan Yard, with all •its appendages. It is;one of the" best locations 'in Virginia for carrying on the business on an : extensive scale, as there is abundant room and ¦ the materials are ample.' A number of the Vats are under cover, and all the buildings are of the . - -most suitable kind—besides thegrinding of Bark ¦ (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. . ' - -: :': Any quantity ot Hides can be procured in the. '.."' neighborhood, as there is ho other'tannery with-¦ * in several miles of the place—and there is also every facility tor getting hides from, the cities, ,'and sending.them to'market when tanned, either by rait road or canal; • There is, • likewise, a " demand at this place for a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government.. ¦"' - Possession will he given immediately. - ' For.furth...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

CARP. DR. JTOHNJ. MYERS, K " IFORMS his friends and the-public, that he has resumed the duties of hisprofession, and ¦ "vriflgive'hisundivided 311614110^10:^6'practice of its several branches. His office is in the stone house adjoining" his drug store "andone door, from the Post Office, . Carlisle, Feb. 28, 1839. 3m,, fe S JBABIHET MANUFACTORfifg :fjnHE subscriber respectlully informs theljin' "• :. JL habitants «f Carlisle, and the public generj: ;: ally, that he .still resides at his Old Standi in ' North Hanover street.Topposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he continues, to carry /'-.-'"on.the'¦¦ ¦<¦'• ¦"• .•..-'¦¦ •:' ~"V -'.-'' ii^ryjOabtnet Malting Business, ,:,:;in: all its various ¦branches". He has lately fur-¦ : "oished himself with a new and :S:;;SPJLBNIMD- HEARSE,.--'"Zic'i¦ to accommodate' all those who may tavor • * *lpm with a.call. -:,He returns his sincere thanks to his friends and customers tor the liberal'en-; couragement bestowed on him, 8c ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

;':']^~ \ Interesting Cure ¦" ': ?;:„ : llrJiER^ORMED tiy Dr. H. Swayne's Com.; .'.Jp": pound Syrup ot Prurius Virginiaria, or Wild , . T CRerrjr.^-rrHaving; made use of this invaluable • SyrupJn niy family, which entirely cured my ;:„.:..-.child.., .The.'symptoms were: Wheezing and i.*,• Choking; of Phlegm .difficulty of breathing.atten-->'r' * ded with constant cough; spasms, convulsion^ ;-.;:|rr -?lcc.*of Whjch I had given upmll hopes ofits re-.:.".'.- covery, until I was advised to make a trial of ;;;:.::.this.-invaluable medicine. After seeing- the ,:¦'."'."• ¦wonderful effects it had upon my child, -I. con-, .; ' eluded to make the same trial upon myself, S^- ¦. TWhich entirely relieved me of a cough that I was ; T^afflicted with for many\years. Any. person - ^wishing to see me can call at my house in Beach •V -' *»set;'above the Market,. Kensington,' ''<y '¦¦¦ni%l ~ -r--'- -;""- John Wilecox, ¦¦ret^^ ^n»IW£liJhial;Dec7, 1838. " --.-:• ^ ¦' '* »e atf^e medicine...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

• ¦ -".'i- ^'.O TN|; CE.- .'..¦" fP^^feriber having>»ken out Letters of ^nnr"^1?'1 ??^0",ne,' ^te of < MOSES &CROGGS. dec'd.late of NeMoriUtownship : Cunvberland: county; hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said estate by boiia,. note or 7^^ bootaccoant^to make payment immediately, , .and those, haying claims will present therifproh '"¦'- . erjy-.authenticated for -settlement.'"- ¦ -.'¦ -" ^"!¦ '.^ :-'•'• ¦ - ¦ - ALEXANDER SCROGGS, -'¦-¦'-¦•;v.' -Residing in Newton township,"Cumb;'co.-,*>» ^' ! i.May 30,1839: r_'.". ".. ¦ ¦ . j.:. --r. • 6t PW;is

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

^is f^^^ *![,E^:'^""^J y^¦ ¦- ¦ '"''-. ' ¦ ' ¦ Tw^^BlJS6^^68'6™ Hams, ...¦;'- i'?'v-:V,.'.'*^i"':AtsMr|Ss3f! -'i . tr ¦ i" " ly^yy-^iti.:-' - ¦-.•.;¦•- HATC»*5S.itahIefor farmers* ^; S^:S'4^^^'^%^'*839^^o°^,;G''o-II^KiiH^S|gci»ig^^ SiS^S-SWotfd'&iiSilk 'Scarfs'' aridCother fa'ncyT $pri TC: ' 3'?S.r.'Cooa^i";for'is«e cheap atJthene:i? store ot .•.":¦ ,/ pm^ ^yy',^j\yk$yy *-:. ¦ >• arkold «e co.;1: ^^^^¦^vSi^-^?i^t&t4tn Michonicsb»rg -t-r-y~. -.\U;_-r. i. '-..''_..^- ' ¦ -^-^i"—\"~^?I^"^~^''*>cXJ? ' ^~-' ' ''ic"Ti~":''""' ^*r"-''•''"¦*'" »¦' *&gC^-I£f*;:;,"-H'i' -y-. ^y^T^' ^-f^.'C'y^' -'--** ^^ "J "~ > "•.:-ir'' 1^*^

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

AnewLine of Freight Cars PftOMl HARRISBXTRG TO FBII.-t, -\j - ADBiiPaaiA." '- THE subscriber, grateful for-past favors, respectfully, acquaints, his friends and the puhlicvtnat' he.has put into operation on-the HA'R^ RISBURG, LANCASTER,"dxii COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE.CARS, which'$111 run regularly between Harrisburg^c Philadelphia,--by_w.hich .Gopds_arid_ Produce of all descriptions will be fqrwarded'wilh care"aiid 'despatch; af;the.lowe8t_ratea*fireight. C-.... Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS:!, MAXWELL, N.E. corner of Broad' and Yittej. streets," Philadelphia, arid forwarded toHarjlsburg, Carlisle,.Chambersburg, and intermediatetplaces, and by the subscriber, " " "-' m '" OWEN-M'CABE.. i Harrisburg.Jari.i'Sl, 1839. ¦'-.-"-'¦ . J Ity-FISH,' SAETAND PLASTER, COM ST ANTLYON H ANDfeXlash paid for almdSt all kinds of country produce;.;... ., >- ¦'.'¦/'".'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

... - - . post OTViOS^yyiy Garlifele, Pa. May ff-igsi. Arrival arid befidrture of Maiigj '" ¦ Arrives. .doses. Eastern daily about 10 m. . 7a.m ' ,' " " 5,p. m. lla.m: Western -.«•.. . " 12 m. fa. m. Southern "¦ ¦ ". :. .-.. ." 10m. . fp.jri^ Mechanicsb;!giiii^:_l:JC-10-iii^ fcpt-m, Kewvillo "«*"¦ •'.'-' ." 12 m. !« at iri; ' H. t^AMBERTON.P. M..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

IMPORTANT 1 To Millers # JtMdntifdcnrsi HOWD'S IMSROVBD DI* ACTION WATER }VHE| THE public are iriformed.that the',s'\I|er has bought-the. right'of < this' abovfcr wheel, for the State pf Pennsylvania..'• Ik. sidered'b" y"thbse having tlienrin use, aljf the most important improvements thatM»r been introduced. Persons desirous of seSfc wheel, .can do so, bv calling at the.fpuBf DAVID COCKLEY, Lancaster. 'I* DAVID' UULMJEiX, ij-.iuuasi.ui-. - *» nexed. certificates have beengiven as. as testimonial of its value; they will speak foifl selves. All communicationsaddressed B siibcriber in Lancaster, Pa„ will be prompl tended to. .'micHaELM'Ma April 11, 1839. . 1 [Copy.] I This is to certify, that I have put in oi Howd's Patent Cast Iron.Direct Action V\ Wheels, in the place of a Reaction Wheel; the Direct Wheel does not flood the tail ra much by three inches as the reaction did, that I can grind 'seven bushels with the'- d action wheel an hour,, and drive two n stones, where I c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

DYEING & SCOUKING. THE'SubscriberrespectfulIy informsttiepublic thatihe continueS-tc^-elcanse• Clothes of greaseiltrtaiiis, &c. in the best manner andwitl). - out injujfjhg the cloth".- She win "also attend to DYEING all kinds of Yarns, Cloths, Silks, 8cc. 8cc. any color which may be desired, on the most accommgdating.terms and with despatch. Her residence is. a few doors east of Mr. A. Richards'store, Centre Square, Carlisle. ' , JANE McMURRAY./ .-April 25,. 1838. - , ' ly/

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

, jPyspepswi Dyspepsia. ~ , IS there no cure for .tfi^t distressing-"disease? is the ech^lfom thousands. - Read the many certificates of cures perfbrrftail bjfiDr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Tonic anoSBamily Apeiient Pills,. The following ceftra^gje:rnt)Bt certainly convince every persoii;qf the^gteat efficacy of thisTirivaluable:medicirie..: j.1 .;, ,v ' -\_^—- Dr., Wm. EvANS-ilDeat'Sirs—I: canneyer bo grateful enough fo^the'eure I hayef eceivied by the useof your invaluable medicine (GAttoMiiiE Pills,) • 1, was for five years very-seriously troubled with Dyspipsia, whichspaused a-ner-. Vous sensation throughout my systerii—so much that tsoriietimesshook as if I had been afllicte'd .with-J'palsy;,. during,.all ;this'.tinve I took many medicines.butnoiie-would cure me,: .Atrlast,1 my-physician gave me lip; but- fortunatp^.'ona dav as I was speaking to a friend onJ*^subjeqfi he,"told me that Dr. Wm. Evap^vamomrf < ' i : :: [ ¦ } Pills.w'ere the -only mediciriei*,«l~3")u'd -cup me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

%J ID^H, SUIUDEEIS. ' -/--IP. GOOD'S' . jWPlfeMENT IN fUIDGES. "Bp'^AlSGOOP, of the to-iftsliip of New -P,Lul vt,,e county of Ch|\ter, and state JPennsyl obtained lettersliatent for an friprovedUf erecting Bridgcsover streams if water, ip'ian combines stifigth and per manency fconomy, so muchp as not torequire, in shtuatjonSi m0,-e thlione half the expense t(fia Bridge on this jfim,and when built wouldje liable to beinjuifa by a freshet, or rise UU,earn. t],e Bridfe being constructed artjure(j.in such a irouncr, that if the^water sK ^sc so high as to tin over the top of it, thjke'-would remain firm and secure. 'I'hcfe has been submitwl to a hum: ber of sciefttn-n. wi10 aii« pnoiounce it a es t t c I great improgt. One on this plm-hasbeen erected oveSanch of Whitecfey creek, in the townshiwnndnngrove, whlth received the approba'tHa jul.y app0jnte'dlf the court to view the s|H'iie subscriber hiving piir*. chased the ri»-.ti,e.states of l'ferisylvania west of theSufiijna^ New HamrJ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

^ BYSpjaPSJaoYSPEPSlA!! MORE testimSjof the efficacy lif Dr. Wiri; EvansVomile Pills. I , •..".'- PfUihia, Dec: 19..188.... Sir':—Being ona«0 Philadelphla| froni my native yillag/oirmantown; ,1 jfefully avail myself of ye Qhunity ofaddingK few words of reconmetfiln. »to, your celwated Pills, tothe ab/idanlimoriy alreadyljiven in their favor/AboJl1.year8ag-oi 1 vfe attacked 'with/ysP6P'E«id for several.Bears suffered.fro/thai rp*nt in its' worst sfcfes, Notwitlista^'ng I trifiery thing that fcriie before the/ubhc, I oia,!;,^ relief, tilllacr cideritalljF.aw your .a«isement. Frbnlthe numerduir8"?.r^?l)edft testimonials, vjicli accompp'ed.it,'.I:hadRe faint hopfsBiat your'iwUcine might nBove altogether Isei less in/y-owa^sse- 11 it, and it iss'caifclJ necesfry toaddwassliBcnred". VlndeedJM sucepwas^reater thaM0Uid.possibly ,%t antijpated-.fr.orii even trfi,jmest.,recomii datJhsJ . ¦'"-'A's'a'-sjnaU ret|F0r¦ the. behefit; j. ha* bestowed,'.I send yfeg acknowledge t 0rty;thanks and the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

ful,.and also general disorttrsr^vhich embitter mature.lifej.anddragjo many millions_to_uit_ timely graves. In speaking thus Dr. feters arrogates nothing to .himself that has not been conceded by the public, ..-.Heis'no needy quack or unknown speculator, who comes hefore.the world as his own herald and.witness, but is placed in a responsibility of situation by the palronagt which h? has enjoyed for years, and which is increasing to an extent unprecedented in the initials of medicine, that makes'him careful, to arrest-nothing, which'- is'not borne.out by tlje most iisfaY>WFpr«>F,r-anil hence he does not fearto be put to the test-in-nny. thing which he has promised respecting his Pills._ Dr/Petersfs most happy to be able to state, numiier ot T -teE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS '&X .HBTA'JtiT.H-.:' '.. : We Slow ihat.health, aridtlkdbilily to labor is tlie iuelhh of tlie great mass pf the people in this as in Siost other countries! ^ TV-preserve, therefore, hat.'hea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

ff-kR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND S»WOT ^§iPHS^-Y?pun.ANAj>bivii.u CHEKRy.— IIus medicine is offeruSto the public as an effectual remedy in all' affettions indicative ot Pulmonary diseases' ,Hath iijtheir recent and moreadvanced stages;such asL&Mm'er,' Pulmonary Consumption, recent orVchrOnic coughs/hoarseness, hooping cough, wheezing, and difficulty of breathing, .spitting of blood, night, sweats, 8cc. This r^medyos highly useful to persons whose nerves have- been injured by-calomeljir-excessivegriefj-great-loss-of blood, the suppression-of acebstomed .discharges, or cutaneous eruptions.jntempcrate'liabits.or other causes which tend to renovate or.lreTax the nervous system.' How many persons do we daily .behold ;approjwhing£o!ah ^d in the, bloom of youth froni their dear • relatives and friends, afflicted with-that Common arid destructive ravager, called Consurnptioh which soon wastes tlie miserable sufferer until theybeco'me'beyond the power ofhuman skill. If such siilfere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

«|EA9THI6!—JJr.Swayhe't Compound Ityrujfi.ofPrMnusLpyrginianaarWildChir? rj/.—Xhis.is.decidedly;orie'of the best remedies fofioughs arid -colds now lh:use-^.it, allays, irrltatiohof the lungs, Tboseris the ^ough, causing thephlegrri to^aise'free and ie^»y^ in/.tithrhn, ptilmririaryr; cohsumption, - resent Hnd^Chronic coughs,whee»ingnndchokirigorphlcgirinioarse ness; difflcultv ofbreathing, croup,* splttirig of tilbod,;8rp. ";,The mupisy^^ permaiientctire,' if fake'ri. accordiriK to directions which accompany tlie bottles*:: ;For sale at the drugstore of ; ¦;. ¦• ! I. J; Mters S Ctu

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

\ Because they are hot a quae* medicine.bu't scientific.compound of a reguTar.physician, > has made his profession the study^gt his life. i Because they are not unpleasant to take ribr fessing to retain, while they•are.'mosr! effect-| o operate. ¦'.,'• 1- ""' ¦ ¦ l Because they are recommended as standard ¦ cine by the. regular faculty. , ",- ! ¦ Because by keeping the system in a natural lof action, they cure almost eVery disease li is incidental to the human frame. Because they are cheap and pbrtable,,and ^fctairi all their Virtues in full vigor, iri "any cleft and for any length of time. . ". . Ctcause,' notwithstanding their simplicity arlfdness, they are one of the speediest purgalncdicines which-has yet been discovered, ¦fccause they are an unfailing remedy for prjig a good appetite, tcpause in cases of spleen or despondency, by I healthy influence orithe excited state of th<*, they haife a most happy effect, iri call aiid invigc -atirtg the mind. . lfccause th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

. Estate oj?-David-Hippehammer, decedled. ^'^y'iM'O^ICLB; '¦¦ •• / : THE public/will take notice that letterVof ad-. ministration have this day been issned to the subscriber on the estate of TJavidAlippe' hammerT late of the borough of-:Carlisl8; Cum--berlano county..-,-.• AH who have claimf or demands.agaihst.: the- estate ofsaidrdeceaent'are requested to make the same'knowtfto/the sub. senber without delay, arid all who "are/indebted to said estate are required Jto taH andlsettle "the BT^^mmediate'ly;' -.'-T> ^ .'> : :;.'./ ¦•„ ''- '^Sk^'-s-KUGH:-; GA'tn.LAXSHER, ^- igw^?5§^.^e^?r'^|^r: iy '. I'1,'' . ',! -....x:.U:/!S^HS3;figure"dJStock8r -^y:.;:' %- ":^'!-::.vi -"> ^'.^'^gr^WttgXo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

^¦¦W' JML3LCHINIST AWD JJ^j^tettufeturer. The subscriber, wishes, to inform his friends and jhe-pubUcthafhe continues the manufacturing oTairfcihdaof machinery for Woolen Factories, together with' - : . r ' FRENCH BTJHH MILI. STONES, at hisold stand in New Cumberland, all of which he'will warrant to lie made in the best work-. manlike"mOTner-and-oHlie-best'materials,--and sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating terms. - A. constant supply of Cards will be kept on hands,and old machines repaired.~ r-! .-.'' ABR'M MELLINGER; June 21.1838. . . •-»¦'.. ' :-.- ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

CHARLES ro'CLURE, "$y AtPTOP.NET AT • LAW, ijNlriLL practice in the several Courts o ^M^^Ciirhbejrlapd, Perry and Juniata. Office ihWain.streetj'CarlislP.afew doors west of the Post'OJBSce".^''; ¦ .¦¦'•' ¦ -;?¦ ¦ . , ;,'.$iarch2li:iB39;:f.-, • ' tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

DR. J.C. NBPP, BTJR©a.ON «BWTIBTiV\. ¦ JO> ESPECTFULLY informsthe ladies and HL 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 tooth powderTwhich whitens the teeth, without injuring the enamel, colors tlie gums a fine "red and refreshesthe mouth. The tooth-ache will be cured, in riiost cases, without extraction; and an odontalgic wash is -prepared for healing, sore gums and fasten the teeth. .¦;• . •;'- - Ladies and gentlemen are requested to call "ahd"examine"his"collection~of-Porcelain-or Incorruptible teethMwhich will 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 manner and at fair prices. ,, -- ¦ ' . All persons wishing J)r. N. to call at their dwellings will please to leave a line at his residence, No. rHarper's Row, when he will punc...

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