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

j$'state of James Bredin, deceased, ¦ N OTI e-B.-::-ALL perspns indebted.to the estate of, the late James Biedin, dee'd, of Carlisle,'.are ; respectfiilly rcdifested to call with "tlie subscrir - ber and settle their, respectiiip accounts, .brio?.' before the first day. of April next, and thoso.. persons who have blaims and demands against. the estate will present them legally authentica- ' ted.for settlement. .,-.".'••""'" . ,-" ANN ABREDIN,Mm'iy ' Carlisle, Jan. 24,1839.,' ; . , . .6% , .

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

^Im;«*£JS»^:jQmvJS&I*. : iOO BTJSHEXiS OP CLOVER.GBXDi, r; JUS.y receiijed-from, Ohio.- and -foe tale, :at:-. the Wareiiojis'e:of(t,)ie subscriber in;the-boi!~-„i pugh ofCarlislc. "Alsoalarse-.qHaotUy^of^li'te^- .->. otfiy Seed....- .J .j,...", - J" j -_^,'»-..;..; _.-_^~' -r' Deccmber.20,f-J$3$-p_|.^-2|. :.Si)%, ¦ - -tf- --~- -' ChalicesvnSMouilinybk Smffil'''!i¦'>l"i. ¦ . ¦¦ A fine a^SortmcStverylowS *V*>-*'i' ••-v-. - y'• Arnold V Cu'Sf ¦

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

TEETH. - illlClaas HBTdLlCyOR MiUBAAJ. IKCORr flUPTIBLE TEETH. _.,.'/• r-;_ It has for .many, years been a great desideratum, among. European and American pentiats, to manufacture Teethfrbm incorruptible materials which should imitate-the naturalliving Teeth, ¦ Many have devoted years to unsuccessful exrpcrimcrrtf, and others have succeeded in manu-. Hcturirtg 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 sub-»»riber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly i" imitation of human teeth.- They have a semitransparency,' and are made of various sizes and •hades. In cases where absorption of the areolar pro-. •ess, or other causes may render it necessary* he will cast of the ,$ame materials attached to the teeth, artificial giims, which shall imitate the *»m and supply the loss of ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

OOZfliCOlT SCHOOLS' OF CARLISLE. fr has been resolved that the Board of School Directors of the Borough of Carlisle will htreafter meet on the ' first Monday of each month \n the Town Hall at nine o'clock m .the winter, and eight o'cldck in-the summer, tor the admission of scholars into the public schools, and the transaction of other business. Teach-«rs, parents and "scholars, will therefore take notice, that the next meeting of the Board will be on Monday the-4th day of February next; and on tne first Monday of each month following, and that these will be the only opportunities afforded for presenting bills and admitting scholars. Teachers are informed that the 12th Rule of tha published regulations of the Board, which pormits'h Teacher at his'or bet discretion,- to allow a scholar t<r attend school, until the next meeting ofthe Board, has reference exclusively to new scholars, who have hot been at ailjftisdioo] in the borough for the* preceding six'i)Tonths, nni of this ...

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

TO IHMJGGISTS. A Drug Store situated in a town in one of the most fertile sections of Pennsylvania, is offered lvt sale. Ton person of moderate capital, there are butfew„morj!desirablc_situations. (A House and L*n"will be r«nted to the purchaser,, it re- ^ paired, and possession thereof given at any time. For further particulars enquire;of the Editors <S the Volunteer...'-. '.,-._-.)¦.'¦.•-...-- -.' - January 31, 1859. • 7t. . .

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

A new Bdino pr Freight Cws, JPBdlME HiflLianiSBTTRO TO JPHIX.-ADBI.PHIA. THE subscriber,, grateful for past favors; respectfully acquaints hisfriends antl the public thai he has put into operation on the H AR-" ISISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly between Han-isburg £V Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions.wlll 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 Uroad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle,.fjhambersburg, aad intermediate places, antl hv the subscriber, •¦'- OWEN M'C ABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. (TJ-FISH. 'SALT AND PLASTER, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce.

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

. DI.SSQL.UTXOJV,... - The partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the name of Moore and B' tddle is this, day dissolved by mutual, consent, All business of the firm will be-settled by John Moore. ..:'-' JOHNMOORE. EDWARDM. BIDDLE.. Carlisle, January:21, 1839. -^y

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

CHANGE OP AGENTS , For Morrison's Universal Medicines. inrORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT,late Sole JJjL AgentiritheUnited States, -having been dismissed bytliQ British College .of Health, Dri George.Taylor now.of the city of New, York, has been appointed Sole General Agent and Hygia Delegate to the United States. .__./.*..•-. The said George Taylor has appointed A. D. Olmstcad, 6f Montrose, Susquehanna 'county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Maryland and Delaware, and thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania; and George C.Tland, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lehigh county, Pa.-, General Agent for four counties ih'thc state of New' York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to witi—Burlington,-Cape May,- Cumberland,.Glouces-. ter, Monmouth and Salem, in the state of New Jerseyi Gennessce, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben i in the state of New York. y_ .""__ Hereafter, no person con or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines withiti the said.di...

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

; Iriteros ting Case C,ured, BT DR.-IPX. EVAN?''CAMOMILE TONIC AND __ ¦ ' ¦fAMILr'At'EniBNT PILLS. ' '' ' ¦ •¦JENJAMIN'BO WN, coynerof Shipperi anil Wg George streets, Philadelphia, was affected for seven years, with'extreme; nervousness, by which he.Was-.not able to write/his name. His symptoms were eruscation, daily spasmodic pain in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of .the heart, giddiness and dimness Of sight,'also inability of- engaging in. any thing that, demanded vigor or courage;-slckriess'-of the-.stomach, impaired appetite; coldness and ,< weakness ofthe extremities,,emaciation aridi.extreme .debility^ disturhed.rest, a sense of pressure and weight on the storriach.'after eating,, great mental! despondency, severe flying pains in the chest, back and side, costiyenesB an<r a, dislike /for society i and conversation., MiVB, has made trial-iofvorions medicine's now befpr£_tb,e public, buttono'effect, until, observing;inra public'.PBpei! sorde'eures Serf...

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

TO THE PUBjUIC. FOR"the purpose of reuiavjns.a generalprey'Hrf/ce.that.prevailsogainst-'tlie.HO'noeopathic.practice pf ijiqdicinei as wellr,aa.toigive a quietus to the unfounded reports a( soma iiiler-«?crfindivttluals concerning if,' the'|su.hscribei' thinks it necessary to prestnt.to.thei.publj'c .flic folio\ying voluntary certificates pf cures performed by hiiti, from persons of respectaliility'.lq'ii" known in the'Gofough.ot Carlisle. Persons similarly afflicted may have their complaints as well as "theft* prejudices removed, by calling on F. EHRMAN, Homoeopathic Physiciarii E. Main street, Carlisle. \, ... VDepembep«27,1838. ¦' ¦ '' ¦ *¦- -"'_ „ ': ;:T:E.liri|[;F:-lt\";, Of the Homoeopathic, over the old practice of Medicine fairly established. '_•'- TO WHOM IT MAY *bdATCERN. SOMETIME the lost bf August, A. D. 1837, Jj5-a small protuberance appeared on my face near niy left eye: I thought it was what is called a blind boil,and treated itsccoi-dingly. Several days after it fir...

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

GF.ORGETOwjf.D.C. June 28, 1838. TO DR. WM.- EVANS.—Respectcdjriend: I am truly gratified that I.can return my sincere thanks to you, who have been the cause of my being restored la perfect health.' For five months past 1 have been laboring under a severe Chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism, attended with debility, loss of appetite, lowuess of spirits 5tc-' Having frequently hoard of the.truly excellent quality of your Camomile Pills, I at last determined to make trial of themj_althdugh not without considerable opposition-fi-om my physician and family. At last seeing my' determination tlieyarg'eed. td,the:trialV»nd upon using the third package I was -altogether restored to health. How can I express my gratitude and sincere regard for such a saviour of .human frames? My case was altogether: hopeless', arid I mast confess myself surprised at the- extraordinary result. No people were evermore bless-i ed than we are with such remedies. The many quack advertisements which', appear,in the...

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

"¦-•'• TO THCPUBLIC. MORE" PRdOFS ofrthe efficacy of Dr;.W. -Evans' Camomile ..Tonic rihd Family Apenelit Pills,—Mr. Josliua^Swain,i;Cape May county, N, J.,, effectually, restored, to health from the. following distressjqg synip.tomsi^-Extreme debility, attended,Vith'cohstant'pairilritheside, back-and limbs,-guiaiHesWnd diriiriess;pf sight; sickness at the stomach,' impaired-appetitej difficultyof ^ breathing; great pressiire and-weight at the stomach after eating; depression of spirits, coldness and .weakness .of the extremities* flying pains in the che6t;cnstiv,cness,"a*id"(ither= symptoms not necessary,to enuriieirate.. , Mrs. Swain, wife of the aforesaid' Mr; -Swairii Has also been restored to health by the above Invaluable medicines. Her symptoms w"erfi—hei*vbusrie' ss', head ache, pain in the side, loss of .appetite;,disturbed rest,'efuctatior ns,!:&eS>X'lie''>publi'c,"are hereby informed that their motives for making this declaratiori-are, that others,...

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

IMPORTANT TO FKMALES. f^ jti.WM. EVANS' Camomile Pills have JLIr "proved1 to be the most useful medicine nqw betprQitlie public, in eradicating ivjl the dispasps connected with the female sex. One of the most dangerous epochs:'to females is at the .change of life, and it is thenthat they require a med|qiqp;i which'will so invigorate their mind,nnd strerigthr: en r.tlieir. constitutions, as may enable tliem.tp withs&iid the shock. . Ladies who arc in a:delicates^ate; arc often troubled with^ipkness;suc,h psyp'njijting.licartburn.head ache „ tooth- achtf, hysterics, and other troublesome s'ymptomsifrom Whlcli'.they wili'find themselvfis^elicyed;',by.:tH-. kinjf Dr. Evans'Camomile JPRls,.which,., remove disjifdei^ in the-beady"invigorate, the;,mind, strengthen the body, improverthp niemqryilrind enlrvpri.the imagination. Remembering always to ke,ep-.thejbowels open with Evans' Family A* perient Arifi-biiiPus Pjlls.. Epr;sale at the.! -.-.-.'»,- ¦ ¦ -:ttEBALirPFEinE,; Carlis...

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

jthe'tiSue Riches b$ life is ''' ¦ .-. "~rin^;;A^T$ir;\: '': " ' IVe kndti iha'tjieaith; and tire aSUiiy to'labor is the wealth ofthe great mass of the people in this asin most otlier countries. "'Falpreserve, therefore, that health by NATURAL means, is a grand moral and political scheme, ,to,ju(fi( which requiresour•utmost attention. ' - " THE'utiparaUeled- reputation which Peters' Pills have acquired as a McdicafResterative, is the most unquestionable probf.tbat.can be given of their immense iiripbrtan.ee to the afflicted, in;nlmost every; class of diseases. The riuriibcr of letters received from patients recovering thro' their rriehiYsi.s rehUy'.prpdigious, arid the complaints which they, nave, cured are almost as varied "ns they are nuijSerous; • But still there are some In Wliichlliey arc more especially, benefit cial than in others;-and among those may be named the top often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

MEIXSELL'S DOUBLE LIFTING- PUMP. THE subscribers having purchased the pat. cut right of Meixsell'sDoubloLifting Pump for Cumberland, Perry, Juniata & Mifflin counties, hereby give notice that they are now prepared to finish andput up at the shortest notice the above- mentioned VALUABLE PUMP, and at so reasonable a rate that .almost aqy'person will be able to procure one. From the knowledge the subscribers have'ofthe great mil ity_of the Pump, which is constructed on the principle of the fire engine, they Ivaznrd nothing in saying that it will fully come up to-public expectation. -Tbe public are requested to call at the depot adjoining Mr. Aughinbaugh's Hotel in Carlisle, where one.nf the pumps can be seen in full operation in the course of a few davs. JAMES FERGUSON, Land'isburcc. A. YOUNG, Carlisle. * ' -''March 15, 1838.

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

. .. MACHINIST AN© Buri*; Manufacturer.;. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and jhe public that he-continues the manufacturing of all kinds pf machinery fpf W.polen Factories, together with ' - " ¦> . " PRENOH BTJRR 1VII1.1, StfOiTES,5 . at his old stand in New Cumbe'rland.airofwlii'ch lie will warrant to be rriade iri the best work-" manlike manner and of the best materials, arid sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating terms. ' ,' 'r .";;. y .''',.'.•.,'. . A constant supply of Cards wiD.J'e.kept on hands, andpld machines repaired." AQR'M'MELLINGER. --. June 21, J838. \ . ._ 1----¦-'.""¦ ly ,.

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

- -ffA^ro^s'S^Bs.;';. A SPSAtO ' lD assprtment of fancy Franklin and Parlor-S/ove's,->iritended for coal oi* wood. . Also.a-yariety of Cooking Stoves.of :th? most*economical arid ripnrqved. kind. '.' VVood stoves and other! castings lor saje either finished or in the plates, verj^cheap fornqaslToTapprpved -^catintry-produiie. . ',..-'•.-'..';.'.: ;, ' PtBta, FOBRIK.O & THDOinM. : Oak Grove Eufnace, Oct.-4,1838. . tf

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

;,.:/.T9,pEN?WSTSt(:;;:T,,,-. The subscriber.furnishes! Pentists; with-his colebrated.iW«irra^/«Wrr«^ii/e.j^e<*, which - have beerir spoken pf in the highest tej-ms of coiri-. mendatiori by-all who have used them ar id, by nunieruus inert of profound chemical knowledge •who have examined them.. Also,'ffuinari Teeth, Gold Foil, Tin de.^ to"c:- &c'. including every article of material used in-Dental Surgery. Teeth,-•pild, 6fc. sent by mail to any .part dfalie'Unipn whenprdercd;;.; ; -¦ ,i- F. HIKNAPP, May 31,1838._ .^.SurgepnDentist/ Galtimore

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

; ;'AtJAiRi».,'!;':-^;V,-,'-„, —^DriKhoji^behtisti-rewt'na his thants to his riends for the liberal patronage which, be has «ceived, and gives notice (hat. he wiliccntmuc o ViaitCarlisle, annua//;/. •-'"- '4"! .., ''

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

jHoib Printing ¦ K^Uy:^n4 eipM^tiqaslji execu--^.,.- jtte.d'Jrt ?hb'offifee'i"'!"':;-'"'':' '¦

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