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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

JOSEPH S.LEWIS, JR. & CO. Commission tftForwardingr Merchants, 5. JV. corner Broad & Fine sta. Philadelphia, ARE prepared to receive and effect sales o all produce, merchandize, &c. which may be entrusted to their care. Liberal advances _\Vill be made on consignments untilsales are effected. ' \ " Produce and merchandize left at the Warehouse of Messrs. Murray ft Fleming, Carlisle, shall receive prompt attention, and all merchandize, &c. left with usAwill be-forwarded to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and nil intermediate places, on the rail road, with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight. * 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 — 4 July 1839

DR.J.C.NEFF, SURGEON DENTIST,. -Tra ESPECTfULLY informs the ladies and ItL gentlemen of Carlisle- and its vicinity that he sets Artificial Teeth in the rhost approved manner. He also scales, plugs and separates teeth toarrest decay.1 ' Dr. N.' prepares a tooth powder, which whitens the teeth, without injuring the enamel, colors the gums a fini red and refreshes the mouth. The tooth-ache will be cured, in most cases, wittioutextractionj and an odontalgicjiwash is prepared for healing sore gums and fasten the teeth. Ladies and gentlemen are requcslpd_to_call and examine his collection of Porcelain or "Incorruptible teeth, which will never decay or change-color, and-arc frbe 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 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 line of hjs pro...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

CHARLES MOLURE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILL practice in the several Courts o Cumberland, Periy and Juniata. Office in Main street, Carlisle, a few doors west of the Post Office. -/¦-¦¦ March 21, 1839. tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

IMPORTANT To Millers 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 that has ever been introduced. Persons desirous of seeing the wheel, can do so, by calling at the foundry of DAVID COCKLEY, Lancaster. The annexed certificates have been given as a slight testimonial of its value; they will spfeak for themselves. AH communications addressed to the subcriber in Lancaster, Pa., Will be promptly attended to, MICHAEL M'MATH. April 11, 1839. ., ly _ [Corv.]. This is to certiiy, 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 ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

-DYEING & SCOURING. THE subscriber respectfully informs thepublic that she continues to cleanse Clothes of grease, stains, 8cc. in the best manner and without injuring the cloth. She will also attend to DYEING all hinds of Yarns, Cloths, Silks, Sec. &r. an) 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

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

LIFE AND HEALTH. ' PERSONS whose nerves have been [injured by calomel, or excessive grief, great loss of utuod, the suppression of accustomed discharges or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes wlucll-ttnd 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, 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' CAMOMILE and APERIENT PIIXS. Dr. Evans does notp'retend to say that in'.all debilitated and impaired constitutions—in nervous diseases of all kinds, particularly of the digestive organs, and in incipient consumption,.,.whetheir„oLthe,_lungs.. or, liver, -they-will cure.lJj3tiiat..drjBod'fulJiseasei..Co»j«'»/>/><(en. might-have been checked in its'commeiicement, and disappointed of its pre...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

CHANGS 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 be.en a'ppointed.SnhxGcneral Agent and Hygia Delegate to"the United States. The said Gecrrge-Tuylovhas appointed A. D. Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Maryland and Delaware, and thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania! andGc'ofge C; Hand', Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lehigh county, Pa.; General Agent for_fouv counties in the state of New York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the state of New Jerseyi Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York. 'Hereafter,no personcan or will vend the genuine Hyge'ian Medicines within the said districts, except by the authority of t...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS jHEAtTH. We knot!) that health, and the ability to labor is the wealth ofthe great mass of the fieoftte in this as in most other countries. To fireserve, therefore, that health by NATURAL means, is a grand moral and fiolitical scheme, to Julfil which requires our utmost attention. THE unparalleled reputation which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restorative, is the hnrist unquestionable proof that can be.given of theirimmense importance to the afflictedr in almost every class of diseases. The number of letters received from patients recovering thro' their means is really prodigious, and the complaints which.tb.ey_h.ave cured are almost as varied as they are numerous. But still there are some in which they are more especially beneficial than in others; and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they are not only a certain but an immediate cure-It...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

THRASHING MACHINES HORSE POWEJftr CALL AK'J EXAMINE FOR rptfh SE LVES ! The subscribers, thankful forvpa'sl favors, take this method of informing thc.public that thty still eontintie the building of 'Thrashing Machiius and Horse Power, at theirpld;"starfd, in Lt tilher street, Carlisle, where EaTmerSjaiid others can at"all times be supprictKOthjity have- made a considerable improvem|$ta™*ttie power and machine; and have alsoattaofftd a) CLOVER THRASHER. which for durability and simplcness of construction is surpassed by none. ^ flaving all manpenjOf confidence in the superiority of theabovejnientione"d niachine,&c. they are willing that Ffftmers shall test them befirc making the purchase. Persons wishingito purchase or examine the machine wiUfleifse make application at the public house of John Cnrnman, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL.-May 3,1838. , >• •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

BR-. SWAYNE'S-COMPOUND SYRUP OF PRUNUSVIRGINIANA.OR WILD tiHERRY.s—'This medicine is offered to the .pub.licjujmejFectjijiLK dicative ot Pulmonary diseases, both in their recent and more advanced stages; such-asvftMwtf i Pulmonary Consumption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarseness, hooping cough, ,wheezjng, and difficulty of breathing, spitting of blood, night sweats, Etc. This remedy is highly, useful to persons whose nerves have been injured by calomel or.excessive grief, great loss of bleed, the suppression of accustomed discharges, or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits,, or oth.-: er causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervr,ift~system7 'Howmany personsHp weTihuly behold approaching to ari untimely grave.wrested iri the bloom of youth from: their dear "relatives and friends, afflicted with that common and destructive ravager, called Consumption which soon wastes the miserable sufferer until they become beyond the power or human skill. If such sufferers would onjy.ma...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

- u Estate of Moses Scroggs, deceased. NOTICE. THE subscriber having taken out Letters of 'Administration on the estate of MOSES SCROGGS, dee'd, late of Newton township, Cumberland county; hereby gives notice to all persons indebted to said cstat6 by bond, note or book account, to make payment immediately, and .those having claims will present them properly authenticated for settlement-ALEXANDER SCROGGS, Residing in Newton township, Cumb. en. May 30, ,1839. - .6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

FOR SALE. ,A lot of prime Western Hams, One new Tillberry, Twq sets brass mounted Harness, Two good foung Horses, suitable for farmers' ose-. Also, a great.variety bi Dry Goods, Groceries. Ctc. - HAMILTON & GRIER. ^ariisjej-March-25jrl839r^^3"'^;~ T'~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

NHWCfOODS. "If UST received and now opening at the store , SJP -of the subscribers, corner of Hanover and Eouther streets, Carlisle, a general assortment of SPRING-& SUMMER GOO£>S, ; ' .Spring.Chintzes, Calicoes, Ginghams; Lawns, , Muslindelaines, Challivs, Veils, Bonnets, Rlb-I bbns, Cadet Cloths, Cassimeres, and fine Sati-. nets. Also, a first rate assortment of Domes"' tics, such as brown and bleached Muslins, Ticki, iu"ts. Table Cloths, with a great variety of stuffs for Gentlemen's Slimmer wear, such asSunamer Cloth, French Velvet, Drillings and plain Linens of all kinds, Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and - -Nankeens—Stock's; Cravats,- Breasts and Col"•vGloves and VES TINGS. Also agood as-8?,u Vkpf ..¦ ..'.-.- , Queen*vBat.e and Groceries, allpf-Wuch willb^.j lmy and on accornmc. dating terms.. ,ThepifcuAare rCspectfulIy in,, __,yrtedWcalLaodLexamine^w ore-ma| ring4heir' ' P ^Se8'-n ^'!HAMILTT]Srg^-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

WILLIAM M01DTJY, HAS taken that well 'tt ¦ in the east end of High .mSSSra^i • Street, Carlisle, sign of(fittgB^wna&k nappy at all times to nc-^jjjjjtil^MMmmiM Stui. commodate Waggoners, - . 3Zs&*e* . Travellers and bthersrwitlrnllthings needful to lheir-cornfort.and-Gonv«iiencei-: —'—¦ , H's Bar shall be constantly supplied with the choicest of Liquors, and[his Table with .the^best C3»thertnafkets will afford. Acareful and attentive hostler will always be at hand to' wait upon thefse who may-need hfs,services. In short, nothing shall, bo Wanting to render general satisfaction to jail who may favor the house with their custom, , "Cariisfe, May 2, 1839. - 3mo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

\): . MOULDERS. J^23 VCJ OR 10 good Plate Mbu'IdersTare wanted irri-•C? mediately at Oak Grove Furnace, Perrv _- county, to whom constant-employment will, be ' sireU and good wages-paid; Apply to ¦".-'-"ir'VL'- P«**i EoHHijrtf ft TjJtttwM. <?MHB»vH,.May 30,1839. 3fn

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

NOTICE. THE books of Dr. Theodore Myers dee'd--, have been placed in , the hands of Jacob Squier, Esq. for settlement. jThose having claims against, or those indebtedto said deceased, are requested to call immediately for settlement. S.A.MYERS, Administratrix of said deceased. , Carlisle, April 11, 1839.—3mo. '* "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

POST OFfflOE, ' Carlisle, Pa. May 1, 1839. Arrival and Defiarture of Mails. .' Arrives. Closes. Eastern daily about I0_m. 7p.m. " '*' "' 5 p. m. 11a.m. Western ¦• , • " 12 m. 9 a.m. Southern " .*' 10 m. 7,p. m, Mechanicsb'g '* ' ' " 10 m, 7 p. m, Newville " " 12 m.- 9 a. m. R. LAMBERTON.P. M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

A new Line 01'Freight Cars rHOM HARRISBURG TO PHXX.-AD XFHTA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints his friends and the public, that he has'piit into operation on the HARRISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which' wi|l run regularly between Harrisburg & Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and -dtspatchrat-therlowest-vatesroftreiKh't' .^ ~ T Goods will be received'at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS L.MAXWELL,\N. E. corner-of Broad and Vine streets ^ Philadelphia,'arid forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and intermediate places, and by the subscriber, • - v OWENM'CABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. - flT-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 — 4 July 1839

MACHINIST AND Burr Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and )he,public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Factories, together with FREHOB BURR MILL STONES, at hisoktstand"in New Cumberland, all of w(iich he will warrant to'vbe made in the best workmanlike manner and of the 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. ABR'M MELLINGER. — June-21i-18387 .-...-,.¦¦...,..-.-—-—"Ty;- ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

Estate of David Hippehammer, deceased. NO TIC B. THE public will take notice that letters of administration liave.this day been issued to the subscriber on the estafe.pf David Hippehamjner,Jate_o'fjhe.-borou"gh.ofXarli8le^:Cum-. berland. county, AH who have, claims. or demands against the estate ofsaid decedent are requested to make the same known to the subscriber without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate are required [tbcall arid'settle' the" sanM- immediately. --•«.„. i HUGH GAULLA.GHER, .April 22;iaS9>;: ^ ¦^dence, Carlisle. ; . Satin. Bftmbaieeri, '- land figured Stocka, forsalsby . Arnold.W Co,

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