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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

LIST OF LETTERS v ' iemainihg in the Post Office at Carlisle, Pa.~F£bTpary istfl8S9; Enquirers will pleAsesdyuijvertiscd. : ' r /L Mat'hias Jacob Igunony it Esq Miller Susan UlenJainM. Mumau Jacob Ihn Chambers Murhy John Lskwjth Anlie D Moore Mary Ann B Minnich Peter Jrennan Micheal - Mell Jahd Jell Jane * Miller George Jossem an E 2 Moore Mary J Jowers Abraham Meredith Cathen Jevins Chiistiau Miller John iunham J E Manon Peter Srown Ann Myers Mary Jane 3<>yJe Elizabeth M Mccl Katrina tilackbiirn George 2 Mark wart Jacob Brown Elizabeth Mc Bnrnhart'John McVey Milliam D Brechbill Philip McAlister James Beaty Nancy VV McElwee Charles UoilRii Leah McDonell Elizabeth BrechbillElizabeth ' Mc Aral Daniel Beelman Christian McCarter John Beaty Mury McMulleh William Bainhart Margaret MoCalinnNeal Billings Elizabeth McGulre Patrick Baker William Mclntire B Esq Bi-nwif-James Mc'Jartnev Nancy Buffington Anna McClary Edward ' ". O ' McLauchlin-Peter ' ' Clellen Catharine -_ J...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD . •:" EOS'RENT,; "' AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA> THE subscrib'ers will lease for one or more 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 .astliereis- abundant room -¦ and the materials are ample. ' A number of the Vats are under cover, and all the buildings are otuhe most suitable kind—-besides the grinding of Dark (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 no other tannery within'several miles of the place*--and there Is also every facility tor getdng hides from "the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, cith* er. by rail road or canal. There is, likewise, a demand, at.ibfsl place for a large, quantity of Leather annuallyi by the Government. ' . . Pnssession.wiutbg given immediately; .-, For-further particulars enquire of:.-:.-.. -...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

- Estate of John Shaffer, deceased, Tr.EXTERS of Administration hive been is'j sued tn the subscriber on the estate of John hl>eaffer,;lateof,'fEast;Pennsborough tw'nship, de'ceasedl ' All. persons', having, claims,, against said estnte.wlll prewnt them for adjustmenUind those.'who;aVe indebted areiequesttdto nwkl lm'm'ediatt'r>aymeht.-'i;': , ' '¦ . ' ';. *\77 , ;'¦; '^JA' COft, SHEAFFJEh', A-Tm'if East-Pe'rin'Sbdroiigh township,?l ,->''- V ' •'¦: February;?, 1839,'". .. \J",.' ; = "6t»,"':;,'

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

;: ^"'^-^ATTSittioit: •-.' - *. tJUMfiERLAND GREENS! i - '¦¦ '¦ ' jgt^- ''' ¦l-^-- -' ¦'- -*^ou 'arv! o'dered to ft<" I^P' - parade at the public - ytf""Viflf <fc I«t? ' house of Mr. Jolin CorntfW%f^SMMMr^ Vti """'¦ i" Carlisle* on ., ,P^KW^SKWtRFi'iday.th.e3?d*fFeb. J/pSBUKklWMtsmi^' Tli,^>'aX- 10 o'clock, A. asBSSSBSSBilSSasat- ^hlch ijrne an adjourned" cbiirt of appeal: will ;be;held'where, all/those Interested may attend.' ¦ ¦, " . ¦..'•. ¦¦;V . . • ":•',•;;„',. .;. A. I.AMBERTON. Capt.; I .Febriiafy.'^'ltfto.' "..' . ,.'¦ ;,. ' . .... y, ' ¦ .,.;,.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

Of the Receipts and Eacpendi^res of Cumbertand-By the Commissioners of said countyrfi'pm the 1st day of January to the 31st day of December, " . . ' • A. D. 1888, inclusive. ; Q "' ' ' '¦ > " , .' DR. WILLIAM S. RAMSEY, ESQ, TREASURER. CR. To balance due county, received from former treasurer $ 503 59J = 'By cashpaid on Commissioners' orders, SfC. viz: _ - Balance of tax outstanding on the 1st Jab. 1838 4872 68i Foi- thitioti and stationary for poor children, $493 5J Amount of taxes assessedtor 1838 -9105 46 Grand and Traverse Jurors pav, 2244 25 Cash received on loan from J. Stuart, Esq. ,-•-" 300 00 Auditor* for settling accounts for 1837, 45. 00 Do ti„ Rftbert Armstrong 500 00 Witnesses fees in criminal prosecutions, ^ 475 214 Do - do - Joseph Clark 665 00 Justices' - do do 59 04- , Bo for an cstray from David Hume, Esq. 10 00 Constables*, Ao do , "3 24 Fees due county from delinquent collectors 13 37 Printing for county 132 24 ' Do. received on unseated lands, &...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

FARMERS' HOTBt,. _ In High'S' treeta jetaidoora east ofthf ^ CoUrt \ , Housei.:7 r; '•OARLIBL.-.. The subscriber having leased the above named establishment from Mr. Simon U underlich, and havtritf provided himself with every thing necesf sary, is now'enabled to accommodate travellers and others ih a style that will not fail to please hose who may favor him with a call. _' • TBE BAR AND OE-.-.AEIS .will receive hisspecial attention. These will he kept constantly,provided with the best of LlQOORSx , : . '._.'*; THE LAUDER ' will at all times be abundantly supplied with all -"the delicacies which the season and market can r afford, and no exertions willbe wanting to please the palate ot the most fastidious. ¦ ' ¦ ¦'\\. .''- ,. THlJ_STABl.J_g1 .' ' are commodjijus andsecure, and a careful and attentive hostler will be always iri attendance, . a_»BOARDERS-.w.iil be taken by ithe week, month, or year, oh the most reasonableterms. ' A strict attention to business' and ah. anxious drslre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

THRASHING; MA«™KJ_S • ¦ - . AiJn, .".' - c—^^^_. HOaSB POWER. tTJLL'AHO EXAMINE FOR tpOSSELyES.' The subscribers, thankful for past favors, take this'method of informing the public that they still continue the buildfrig.of Thrashing Machine* and Horie Poioeri, at^;their old stand,' lii'Loiither street, Carlisle, where Farmers.and others, can at all times be supplied. They have madea .considerable improvement on the power and machin^ahd-hayeTi!so:attachcd a CLOVElt THRASHER. which for durability and simplenessof construction is surpassed-by none. - -¦ .. • .^.-Having all manner of confidence in the) superiority ot the above mentioned machine, fee, they. are willing that Farmers shall test them before making the" purchase. - . . . ¦ - Persons wishing to purchase, or examine, the machine will please ;make-application at the shop.ortoL.Lawshe, Agent,.at Macfarlane's hotel, near the Court House, Carlisle, notci.nearxi. NEVIUS& -^jxchell. . . "' May 3,1838.;, ' .;;.;, /.:''.'.;-...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

¦ j\ P.OST: OfffflOBj ¦• ¦¦; Carlisle, Pa. Nov: i, 183j|.. • Arrival arid De/iartur'e'of Mailer'..,-'" .-,L , :'r .:.-.,:..'. £¦;?¦:-~i!-~jtrrivc* .. •¦'. Closes Eastern ."-daily- . about^3 ni. 7pvrn ".' ,.'1""-,-. . --;•• . 7p- ni."„10a.m. Weate'rri-" -: -.-'••. .-. " Vim.. ¦¦'. 10. a. m Southern••••'•• -,'*'" r. ," 12 m. . 7p. m Mechahicsb'l; " • "¦ 12 m. 7 p. m Newville .: " . «'. J2'm. 10a. m, ' R. LAMBERTON.P.M.. :/ - - ¦ . ¦''.•,-,'..':-. - . <a ' ""

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

A VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTr 1 .;'¦• ':';;." fos :s4£EJ. ,."..!•-. ; THE subscriber will dispose-of, at private sale, the property which he at present occu-1 pies; situate in East Louther street ^ Carlisle, viz: -ALot'of.Ground;.with atwostory '--Arik' - - ' STONE HOUSE. i JHjt||||bJi36 by 25feet,and atwostory stone • ™HitHKback building 38 by SO feet. With an eMPJBWMHexcellent cellar Tinder the whole ' building—also a small loghouse andlog stable, with the right of a well of excellent water hear ; thepremises. ""<"'.. ¦''¦'.' ¦ The above properly is well-situated for public business of any kind, and will be sold low; ns "1 am determined on removing to the west Thi payments will be made easy .to suit, purchasers, and an indisputable title given. Possession fow : be had on thei first of April.next. For further i partjeu/ars'app/y to-' • .'.,.,, ',-¦-"-" ¦ . FRANCIS McMANUS., • Carlisle,SepuM, 1838.--.'' ;' ".' - " ;'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

Estate cf Malhias Young, deceased., notice.: LETTERS of Administration having been granted to the subscriber residing in Monroe township, Cumberland county, on the estate of Malhias Young, late of said township, dee'd—*, this is therefore to notifynil persons- indebted to. said estate, to make-payments immediately,and' those having claims will present them without delay properly authenticated for settlement; ' ENOCH YOUNG, Miu'r. January If, 1839.- 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

EXCB*SJV&JE SSJMJYK AND SAVINGS <IN,STIT:XTX01T,, . No. 66 South Fourth St. Philadelphia. CAPITA t, 250,000 DOLLARS. Often daily for the transaction of business from 9 jt. M. to3P. M. nEPOSITES of money received, lor which the following rate of interest will benllowed: 1 year 6 percent, per annum, 6 mos. 6 " " ' 3 " *-;—*' -, ~" Oh business deposUes, to be drawn at the pleasure of the depositor, no interest will be allowed, t-Jhcurfeht nntes of solvent Banks, in every part of the United States, will be" received as special deposites, on such terms as; may; be agree'd on in each particular case. ; ¦By order of the Board. " •'' - "• ¦'' ¦' , J.DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia,tBec.fl9,;iB38.\" '-,; ly. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

DR. li C, tOOMIS, >'V":''DBNTIST.\r"'';j--4;;;- INTENDS residing pe'rmhnehtly ih'CarlisIe," and would respectfully offer Ills professional. services to the,citizens qf.the.place and vicinity." He has'taken rnonis at Col".. Fefrree's Hotel,, where he may be found^t.all hours. ' ¦ Personi;**equesting it will be .waited upon at their residences. fDriGeorgtJO..FoulkCf, 1*>-/i.SV.„;': :\'Dr. ' -Theodore Jttyers, Reference,-- }#„. mps/C..T%ornt<m, .- Dr. David.AOMotion. . —Carlisle. Dec. 6, 1038; ¦ . .... ;i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

HOUSE AlffilOT FOR RENT. THE';subscfib'er.WiII rent for Pne,:«LfeSj5i. or more years the IVhite] Wea(Aj ffigjj g liJiA erbparded House and lot of ground, «B1 § j SB situate Iri South Hanover 8tre'et,a'ndtB5aa85fi3l ¦ formerly'/oc'ciipjedby the Rev. X>. McKinley. Possession will be given on the 1st of April rtex't. ¦ . -.,. .;. JOHN^rGNEW. Carlisle, Jan^lO.lSSO;. ,"*^,. '-tf^_J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

Estate of James ffre' din, decedsedV ' ' :-- N-o:t*i ce-.." -V -• -A- Lt persons indehtedto-the estate~of-th e—/% late James Brcdin, dee'd, of Carlisle, ure respectfully requested to call with the subscriber and settle their respective'accounts, oil qr„ before the first day of April next, and,*hose. persons who have claims and demands against the estate will present them legally authenticated for settlement. ,- . '¦ ANNA BREDIN, Adm'x. Carlisle, Ian. 24, 1839. -.fit

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

... ' ¦ :'i;; :-i v;>'i)SB^.v^";';"''' ilLiciOB*'MBTAJ.lC?:oit-2litiE 11J L 1II COB-. ^ Q.ttrf(ilf,Blx' BET,H.;-<- ,, It has for many, years been a grcaulesiderafum -among Europban- and' American; DeritlstsV to manufacturer Teeth franvincorrnptiblematerials • which should imitate'thd''n'atu"ral"ltvli1g''lcctli, ¦ '. - Mftriy'h'ave devoted years to unsuccessful 'c'x .... perimentSi-nnd others havc^suiicocded'tn?ihanu : iac.turing teeth of materials s^milnrtothep'orcelaioware, but",.generally jhey^haVc an;pp. liquc white appearance) t-y^whibTi'they"4r^easily,-a{s.-tii)i-uislied,l'rom.tlie human teeMl""';-^'?"i'j^';•-'" After long, and-'tedious experiments',' jhe" subscriber-has succeeded in manufacturing teeth" of materials entirely incorruptible"} and perfectly in imitation of human teeth..' They.have a semitranaparericy, andare madeofvarioussizesfind shades. ,:;-' - -LI- '¦' ¦ ¦ ' ¦' "" ¦ '••' '' •' ': . -Ill-Cases where absorption of)tlio avcolar proeessyor other ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

,: z-C.OMM.Oa?;SGKO©IiS.'.'.-- OF CARLISLE. IT has been resolved that the Hoard of Sch.qql Directors of the Borough of' Carlisle' ,will hereafter meet on the Jirst Monday' of edch mantn'm the Town Hall at nine o'clock in.,'(lie winter, and eight o'clock in the summer, ,iqr the admission of scholars into the public schools, ami the transaction of-other business, , Teach-, em, parents and scholars, will therefore take notice, that' the next meeting of the Board will be'on Monday the 4th-day of February next, tind on tne first Mondayof each month following, ' ond-.that these will be the only opportunities afforded for presenting bills and admitting schol* ars, '. .-¦-:•---• -.-•'-„ -v--—-, Teachers are informed that the 12th Rule of the published .regulations of "the ..Board, which -. permits a. Teacher at his or liei discretion ^ to allow a scholar to attend school, uniil' 2the next meeting of the Board, has reference exclusively to netuvcholars, who have, not been at any school in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

^^T-0-.DIttr.qGIS.TS-^—~ A Drugstore situated in.ajtown.in one of the most fertile section's of Pennsylvania, is offered : -for-sale. Tea person of m'oflerateicapital, there are but few msrc.deslrable situations.' A House and tot will be rented to. the purchaser; it required, tud possession thereof ejveu at auv time. For further, particulars enquire.of the Editors of the .Volunteer. January ,31, 1839.:: Tt. - ,r

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

A. Jaewvliitie ofFrciglrt Care' I-ROWI EtARRSSBtTIia TO Z>HSI.-;" ASBXPKXA. , THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints his friends amWlhe public, that he has pnt.into operatioti'bn .tho HARKISBUH.G, LANCASTER, nndGOLUMBIA KAIL HOAPivaline of new DOUBLE CARS) -—¦which!will Vun, regularly between'Harrisburg & ' , Philadelphia,, by which Goods and Produce of nil.descriptions ^ lli-beuorwai'de.d.wilh.care and despatch|:nt the lowest rates of trelRjit. !.: • Goods will be received -nttthe WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J.,MAXWELL, N. E.'coiner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and.fbrwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle, -Clvambersbiirg, and intermediate places, and 'br.tlrc-surjscriber, ....:,. ..-. '.oWEN'M'C'ABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,18.19. tt7-FISH. SALT AND;PLASTE!C GONSTANTLY- ON HA N D..., Cfash paid forfllrppst .Ml kinds" of country produce. '',..'... '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

.--:,;>:...>^jepjAQp^ ".'^f,^., Jhggtnapii, 'Dentist, returns his thanksltftJiLs ricnuUfbr the liberal patronage .which,,he Vias cceivedv'iind'gives notice that h^yill'cbl.tipu.c, o'.visit^arlisle,'ann;tt6//t/s'! -IV-,-"-' v.«.v'j'.'--.; -."-.->"

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

"CHANCHB OS1- A^IPi^ I'or Morrison's Universal Mc«W"Cs.k».»- fTFORA.TJO SHEPHERD MOA-Pr-bittf-Sole B. Agent in the Uniied Sjiites, .having been ct1s.uissedbv-tFio'BtbWlj&illfeSf?'Me?M»t£'. George Tavfor-ifcfArtn-T city of'Novy Yol-ft, hasibeejtjappoiiiterlSotriUenciriitAgcDUihdillly-, gin Delegate to theUnftedlStntes. -.-— —- The said George Taylor has appointed A. IX Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania;'Sole GertCTn^gWr-fogthe stiiTe of-Maryland and Doi»wiiVol-ia%I*.*lm'ty^rlvifee counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pcnn§ sylvani.iiflil.dGeprgc ^ O.vH^m.cJ.Surgcoi) .Dentist, of AUoutown,.Lehigh county., P:i,, ^ General .A-£cu't fqlvfourxounties in W'tiTstat' e of TJdjv'Vo.^' and seven-in the state of New Jcrs'cy/'to'fiviW-*-! Bnrlihgton, Cape May, Cumberland;, Glollces-' tei', Monmouth-and Salem,- ui .the; atitte. of [Blejvi Jersey; Gcnncssee, Livingston, JVlparoc and Steubep.-in the state of Ntw V<",k'"""l7|>--^' ,Hereafter, no.pcr...

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