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

rORWARBING & OOIVIMISSION '*' ¦ 'Hpusa.. • MURRAY & FLEMING, _ CABMStlH, CUMBERIi^JD COUNTY, H " AVE erected a Warehouse on the RAIL ROAD, at the west end of High strent, directly opposite Dickinson Cbllege(!wherethey can at all times receive and forward merchandize and produce to' Philadelphia,.;Chambersburg and all interroediate.places, having placed Cars on the road which .will "run regularly between Carlislevarid Philadelphia, by which Goods; ahd'prqduca of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch. Goods will be received at the Warehouse of Josephs. 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
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

JOSEPH S. LE^IS,JK.&; CO. Commission diiporwardinf Merchants, S. XV. corner Bnoad'd Vjrie-sts. Philadelphia; ARE prepared to receive arid effect sales o" all produce, merchandize, Sec. 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 attehtiori, arid all merchandize;" &c. left with usVill be forwarded to-Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all .intermediate placeii on the rail road, with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight. . April 4, 1839., . ' ".'¦¦'. 3m NOTICE. fflHE books of Dr. Theodore Myers dee'd., -Jthave been placed in the.hands of Jacob Squier, Esq. for settlement. Those having claims against, or those indebted to said deceas; edt are requested to callimmediately for settlement* :•' : .S-. s.a;myer.s, . I ' Administratrix of said deceased. " Carlisle, April ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

CHANGE OF AGEtfTS .,''. . For Morrison's Universal Medlciaes...: HORATIO SHEPHERD MOA1I late Sole Agent in the.United-States, hafing beeii dismissed by the British College of Health, Dr. George Taylor now'of the city of flew York, has been appointed Sole General Ag/nt and Hygia Delegate to the United-States, u.l -J • The said George-Taylor has app/intcd A. D. Olmstead, of. Montrose'; Susqueh/nna' county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agentior'the states of-Maryland and .Delaware,- and/thirty three : 1 counties east of the Allegheny Maintains, Pennsylvania) andGeorge C. Hand, Sirgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lehigh county, Pal, General Agent for four counties in the stau of New York, arid seven in the state of New Jersey,"to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumb/rland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salerii, in/he state of New 'Jerseyi Gennessee, Livingsjn, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New'/ork. Hereafter,'rio person can o| will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines whin the saiddis-,&am...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

States will propriety notity ,]! ill ,t af « vf j : j a/ f,'f .; -Jf, l^lakSMING MACHINES :i| 1 ' I '¦ ¦'"> AND \ pri!,^ 7. HOKS3E!..POXPin. :'.'.. oluJiAf1"? EXAMINE FOR AuRSELPES.' B. i IT*bscribers, thankful for r\st favors,take ill tiisfhod of informing the pAlic that they » JilBtinue the building of Thrahhg Machines vf LMrsePomer, at their old stafc, in Louther 1' jtrfvarlisle, where Farmers ail others can * ? (tltimes be supplied. They lave made a »! Iilple™hle ihiprovemeirt on thelnower and : ., TiJlne,- and have als'u attached a' ¦ -I ; II ] I / f 41 [¦ p I' * / /GLOVER, THRASIJlER. .; J Jh for durability and simplenesslf cbnstruc' *is surpassed by none. ' - 1. , JJ pving all manner of confidence irt the supe-[j lity of the above mentioned machile-,&c. they I willing.thnt Farmers shall test tiem before".' .Ikirig the purchase. V - 1 *-'¦"• persons wishing to purchase or otmine^H^ (Jachine will (-lease make applicathn a<MKK Jiblic house ot John Cnrnm...

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

Z.XFE AND HEALTH. I PERSONS whose rierves have been |inj/ed by calomel, or excessive grief, great 1<P of blood, the suppression of accustomed dischages or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits or other causes which tend to relax and enovate the nervousjsystem; will find a friend to.sothe and comfort,in EVANS' CAMOMILE P/.LS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Fallingplck- ness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, and or'glic af- fections of the heart, nausea, vomiting, ftins in the side, breasMhnhs, head, stont'tuihy back, will find themseWesr immediately relived, by using EVANS'-CASIOBIU^E.aud„AKniESiT V11XS. Dr. Evans does not prctend/o say that jn all debilitated arid,impaired( corilitutions—¦ iri nervous diseases bf all kinds, paofqularly of thedigestiveorgan^, and iri incipidt consumption, whether ot the lungs or hvrf, they will cure. That-dreadful disease, emsumption, might have been checked in itscoariiencement, and disappointed' ..faf its prey all ofar the land, if tlie first,...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Te tits of Publication ... ¦. The American.VoluntOQr.._.„r^ Is publislietl eyerv Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Two Dollars per annum, payablenjpilf yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted .unjil all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify n discontinuance at? the expiration of a term, will be considered a new engagement. Adverthementu will be thankfully received; and published at the rate of S1 00 Per square tor three insertions, and 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted tillyfnrbid. II.iiiHbilh, Blanks, Curds, &c. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AQENTS POHTHE VOLUNTEER. The following Gentlemen will please act as a'ents forthispapcr; subscrip'tioiisi'eceived.and money paid to either of tlrfseindividualswillbe acknoSvledged ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

S,,CENE WITH A PIRATE. Ix.tWtt v»w>&=,i »SiiJ»V%iSl3,1.was "nnimy way from New York to the Island of Curacoa, on board the American ship Patrick Henry, commanded by Capt. Tattle. "We had a fine passage, and,'were looking.forward'to the end of our 'voyage in about a week. I was the only passenger, and of course was throw.o in ..a_-.ir.cat- measure.on my own resources for nuusement, the chief of whicli was testing the powers of an admirable glass, of London Manufacture upon every vess.el .-that sliowcdiitsclf .above the horizon. Our Captain waskind and civil, but there appeared a myscry about him that lie did not like to beprfcd into, and our communication had in consciucuce been reserved. - • In about latitude twenty degrees, and longitude,sixty degrees fifteei minutes, we were running alone with a fini fresh breeze abeam, and all our weather spudding sails set.' I was sitting alone in tin cabin, ruminating upon the changes of aene and society into whicli I had...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

The Perverseness of "Women. Ihere is an old story of a man, who had married ayounglady, and who had a friend somewhat sceptical as" to the obedient tendency of the wife's disposition, much to tlie. dissatisfaction of the Benedick, who strongly asserted and warmly asseverated that his will was law, and that she never, by any' chance, disobeyed any wish or injunction of his. " " . _ '•lave jou ever tried her-temper in that respect?" said the friend: ".have you ever desired herfpositively not to do. any particular thing? for that Is my pqjnt.-since you tell riic she never refuses to do whatever you desire her to do." ," "No!" said the affectionate husband: "I never have found becasion to desire her not to do anything, but—" . *' ... ' "That's it! as the.old women say," cried the friend", "female obedience is proved by negatives; tell.her not to do any,particular thing, give her no particular reason why, and sec if she does not doit." .'. "Ridiculous,!"-says the husband. "Try.u'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

EXCMiJMJVGE BJVYK AN.D SAVINGS INSTITUTION,: No. 66 South Fourth st. Philadelphia. CAPITAL 250,000 DOLLARS. Often daily for the transaction of business from , . 9.4. M. 163 P. M. ¦ " ... DEPOSI.TES of money received, for which the following ratebf interest wlllbeallo'wed: 1 year 6 percent, per annum, 6 mos. 6 " " 3 «' 4 " - " On businessdeposUes.lobedrawn nttheplcasure of the depositor, no interest will be allowed. Unaiirrent notes of solvent Banks,' in" every part of the United States, will'be received as special deposites, oft such terms as may be agreed on in each-particular case. By order of the Board. J. DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. " ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

DR. I. G. LOOMIS, DENTIST. INTENDS residingpermanently in Carlisle, and would respectfully offer his professional services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. He has taken rooms at Col. Ferree's Hotel, where he may be found at all hours. • Persons requesting it will be waited upon at their residences. CDr. George D. Foulke, Reference,— < Key. Titos. C. Thornton, C Dr. David jY. Mahon. Carlisle. Bee. 6, 1838,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Interesting Cure PERFORMED by Dr. H. Swayne's Compound-Syrup ot.Prunus Virginiana, or Wild Cherry^—Having made use of this" invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cured my child. The symptoms were Wheezing and Choking of Plilegm.difficutty qf breathing.atten. ded "with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, &c of which I had given up all hopes of its recovery, until I was advised to make a trial of this invaluable.medicine. After secingThe wonderful effects it-had upon ray child,, .1 -concluded to make the same trial upon mvself, which entirely relieved me of a cough that! was afflicted, with for rrnny years. Any person wishing to see me can call at my house m Beach rtreetj above the Market, j4en<iii>gton. •-.-•- John Willcox. Philadelphia, Dec 7, 1838. The above medicine is for sale by J. J. MYERS & Co., Carlisle. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Estate of Moses Scroggs, deceased. NOTICE. THE subscriber having taken out -Letters of Administration on the estate of MOSES SCROGGS, dee'di late, of Newton township, Cumberland countyj heYeby 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 fir settlement-' ' ALEXANDER SCROGGS, Residiqg in Newton township, Cumb. en. May 30,1839. 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

FORWARDING & COMMISSION - ' _'L. EOT7S3. MURRAY & FLEMING, CARUStE, CDIUBEKLND COUNTY, jfTAVE erected a Warehouse oh the RAIL M-B. 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, Chamb'ersburg and all intermediate places, having placed Cars on the road whicli 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, ir. & Co., corner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate places. Carlisle, April 4,1839. 3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

JOSEPH S. LEWIS, JB, & CO. Commission dtForwarding- Merchants, 5. W. corner Broad &f Fine st»; Philadelphia, ARE prepared to receive and effect sales o all produce, merchandize, Sic. 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 K Fleming, Carlisle, shall receive prompt attention, and all merchandize, &c. left with us will be forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate places, on the rail road, with care and despatch, at thelowest rates of freight. • April 4, 1839. -^—., .j^- 3nv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

DR. J. G.NEPF, STJUGEON DENTIST, TTJESPECTFULLY informs the ladies and H.G> gentlemen of Carlisle and itVvicinity that he sets Artificial Tci'th in the most approved manner. He also scales, plugs and separates teeth to arrest decay., Dr. N. prepares a tooth powder, wliich whitens the teeth, without'injuring the enamel, colors the gums a fine red and refreshesthe.mouth. The toqth-a'chc will be curttl,. in most cases, without extraction; and an odontalgic wash is prepared for healing sore gums and fasten the teeth. ¦' v •. "Ladies and gentlemen are requested to call and examine his collection of Porcelain or Incorruptible teeth, which will -never -decay—or change-color, and arc free from all unpleasant odour, durable and well adapted for chewing, which_wilf be inserted in the best manner and at fair pricts. All persons wishing Dr. N. to call at their dwellings will please to leave a line at his residence, No. 7 Harper's Row, when he will punctually attend to every call in the...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

CHARGES M?CS,TjRE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, , WILL practice in the several Courts o Cumbcila'nd, Feny 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 — 27 June 1839

A new Liaic of Freight Cars FROM HARRISBURG TO PHZLAD ZPHIA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints liisfiiends and the public, that he has put into operation on the HARRISBURO, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly .between Harrisburg.tic Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch, ,at theJgw.est-rates,o£.tiieiglit^_l_-_—' Goodlwillbereceived at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of Broad and Vine streetScPhiladelphia; arid forwarded toHarrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersbarg, and intermediate places,.arid"by the'subscriber* OWENM'CABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. It7-FISH. 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 — 27 June 1839

IMPORTANT To Jflillers A' Manufacturers. HOWO'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 that has ever been"introduced. Persons desirous of seeing the wheel, can do so,' bv' calling at the foundry of DAVID COCKLEY-Lancastcr. The annexed certificates have been given as a slight testimonial of its value; they will speak for.themselvesr All communications addressed to the subcriber in Lancaster, Pa„ will be promptly atJ tended to. MICHAEL M'MATH. April 11, 1839. ' ly [Cory.] This is to certify, 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 wheel an hour, and drive...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

DYEING & SCOURING. THE subscriber respectfully informs Iliopubic that she continues to cleanse Clothes of grease, stands, &c, in the best manner and without injuring the clrth. She will also attend to DYEINGall hinds of Yarns, Cloths, Sillis, &c. &c. any color which may be desired, on the most accommodating 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 — 27 June 1839

LIFE AND HEALTH, PERSONS whose nerves have been (injured by calomel, or excessive grief,great loss of oiood. 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 PILLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Falling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy i and organic affections of the heart, nausea, vomiting, pains in the side, breast, limbs, head, stomaclror back, will find themselves immediately relieved, by using EVANS' CAMOMILE and APERIENT PILLS. DrrEvans does notpretend to say that in all debilitated and impaired constitutions—in nervous diseases of all kinds, particularly of the digestive organs, and in incipient consumptibn,'(ovhether,'of the lungs or liver, they • will cure. " That dreadful disease, Consumption, might have been checked in itscommencement, and disappointed of its prey all over the land, it the first symptoms...

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