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

UiV W, KiyanaVOamomile PiMsl FEM'ALESwhc are daily troubled with that r^^m$M?mM'-SieJiMeadachei:JiihK\ desfroysThe peace and happiness of- thousands, can be. cfFefitu-tlly cured by using-Dr, -Evans' Camomile Tonic and Fanillv'L'Aperr?h't TPills.— Vide other medicaladvertiBementB'. . ' - .-" ¦ '

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

, I.IVER COMPI.AIHT, Curedby¦Dr.i'lVm. Fvans'"Chamdmile Tonic . . ^ and Aperient-Pills.-^—. — MRS7LYTLE,: Muiint Joy,. Lancaster co. Pi*-, completely restored to health, by Dr. Evans' Chamomile Pills. Her symptoms-were,v great pain in'her right side, could not lie or i her left without an aggravation ofthe pain, disturbed rest. Extreme debility, pains in the head, loss of. appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness and dimness of sight; langor, with: other symptoms indicating greatderringement iri- the functions pf: the liver.-. Miss Ly tie, daughter of the afpresaid, Mrs.\Ly tie, lias, alsp been restored to perfect heal tli.by.the same invaluable medicine;-, Her! symptems .were ,exti-er iie nerveiisnes's, attended A»ith severe pain 111 her side, sickness on the fi'teriiach, erUctiens, See. Mrs. Lytic has tlje'pleasure ipf-Jnforming the public, that numerous cases similar.to her own, (in her vicinity) have been restored to health by the same invaluable medicine. General Office ...

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

TO BRIDGE BtniiPXIRS ¦ ¦ " P. G-OOD'S - . IMPROVEMENT IN BRIDGES. FRANCIS GOOD, ofthe township of New London, in the county of Chester, and state ot Pennsylvania, obtained letters patent for an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and permanency with economy, so much so as not to re quire, in some situations, more than one half the expense to erect a Bridge on this plan, anfl when built would not be liable to be injured by. a freshet, or rise in thp stream; the Bridge being constructed and. secured in. such a manner, that if the water should rise so high as to run dyer the top of it','the Bridge would remain firm arid secure. The plan has been submitted to a nurnber of scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this plan has been erected over a 'branch of Whiteclay creek, in the township of Londongrove, which received the approbation of a Jury appointed by the court to view the same. The subscriber having purch...

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

Interesting case of Dyspepsia and Hypocohfli'iacism, Cured )by ,Dr~rEvans*:ChainSmile;Tiinic and ' •'- Family AfleriehrPil(s. ^ - •Mrs. Gqodv.of.MouhtJ6yV-!MricasteV-co- was aOtcte'jljpr.-T' ytara .witp,. the,abo>je4istrt;ssjnE syrr iptpms 6'f which'sliewas cci)fiiriedto'herl)sd tor"9.,riipiritlis,'-''.Her isynjprbms were,, depressioh of :Bpirit^,v*nGkriess'-a.t-tlic'st<imiiclij' head, aehei! impaired appetite, great pressure aridiwcight'at theBtpmach.aftereating, greaF-Menial'despondency, fly ing pains in .the chest, back and sides,, ' costiveness, emaciation, coldness and weakness of the esjrenilti^^di^likefqri.s'b' clety'orcen-.versatlori.involuntaWrsighirigand. weeping, and larigor! ancl: lassitudeMipori trie'lea*it' cb<e'rcis"e.:— ^Mrs. ,Gpp'd;WpBJn!the mostu'desperate situation, and'CPUlB,obtain no relief until she .was ;nd.vised'. by'lier ijeighbo'rs.ttt.nvike trial of. Dr:JEvans'- Ctmrnomile-Pjllsi'iof.Which sh'eis jiSpp'yjtP,state 1 that ahefs now e'n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

f I "i" y«JL<ss''," y-^^11 '¦* -:¦; • •. *jt& WAs tifJ^^ticiMbri. '• TfcjS AWeWair Voluiitcor Is published eVefy' Thursday mofriing. in the white frame building; (r«ar of the coUrt house,) bt TW Dollars peraunuhvpayable half ;yearly in advance, or two dollars ami fifty,cents if noi paid within the year. , No subscription taken for a less term than six months,'arid no discontinuance permitted iintil ¦rill arrearages are 'pa'id.; A ^ -failure to notify a discontinuance"at the expiration of a term, will be considered a new engagement. Advertisement* will be thankfully received, and published at the rate of gl 00 per square tor three insertions, and 25 cts'. fur each, subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered ¦ will be inserted till forbid- ; ,¦ Handbills, Blanks< Cards, &c. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. agents *¦ b5a *'Hte y 6tiirlWTteER. The following Gentlemen will please act as agents for this paper; subscri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

. STATEMENT O F the receipts and expenditures of South Middleton School District by tire Directors ot said District, from June 1st 1836 to June 1st 1838. • • ' WM. GRAHAM,"*ESQ; iTSEAaUREK. , fiR. To whole amount of funds from sundry sources, ' $5756 12J To cash, ' 18 31* - . ¦ " CR. . " By amount paid for tuition^ ...^ ,,$2647 83 By cash for building school house1 at Webbert's and ground, 219 75' By go. at V/olf's 138 00 By do at Wise's • 21S 00 By do., at Klepper's '"_"_ J 444-.00 By do. for contingencies,T7 73 23 .- - , $37 j7 81 By cash to balance 18 31} . $3756 12} We the'Auditors of Soulli'Middfeton township, having examined-the accounts and vouchers of William Graham, Esq, Treasurer of said District from the 1st day of June 1836, to the 1st JuneJ838; inclusive."do report and certifv that we'find'ii ba1«iica"n'u"e'the district by said"Vrcasurer, eighteen dollars and thirty-one and, a lialf cents as above stated. Given under our hands this IGth February 1839. , :¦•¦•!. JOHN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

BaaRis^e. sales; -; By virtue of a writ.of Fieri Facias,.to me, directed , issued out of iheCbiirt of .Common Pleas of Cumberland county, w(ill be.eJiposcfd'to public sale at the Court- house in; tUb borough1' of -Car. lisle, oil .Saturday the 30th day of March, 1839, at ten o'clock, A. M. the following! described Ileal Estate(.to wit:, . -',\ ¦ A\ ¦• i •>' !'.'r'' All the; interest.of Jesse Kilgdfe in a tract of land 3itu:itein ^Newton. township, containing one hundred and twelve acres; more or less, adjoining hmds.of_Samuel,M?Cune, -Jacob"SW6yert"William Smith and others, having thereon erected a two .story Log Hoiise, weatherboardedi Log Barn and Stone GvWnnry. A lao, all the; in tere'st of* Jesse Kilgore in eighteeil lacres. of Mountain Land, mote or less,: situate fn Hop^Vell ¦ township, adjoining lands of Jacob Haun; Jesse Kllgore?s heirs and others. ' __ ..",';, -. ';: ; Also, a lot of Mountain.Land, situate in Mifflin township, containing six:aci'es, more or less, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

' _"¦' '' '; i^ri0sfS«ies. '' - ;By virtue bfs'uiidry wriUof Venditioni Exponas to me directed, issued-putof the Court of Commori'Pleas of "Cumberiand.Cotmty, will be Ex-Eosed to Bublrc-Sale-at the Court House in the prougllof Carlisle, on Saturday,the. SQfh of March, 1839, at ten o'clopk, A. M,. thefollowing described Real5Estate,'tb wit: '' '¦'. '.' j;! The undivided fifth ^rrartpdf" a Tractdf Land sU'iiate in'North Middleton'town-^liip.jCuhibeHandiicouptylBoundeilrbyilanaaol John Jacobs, Philip. Zeigler.JVdam.Kunkle, TpcilibSmtth, ft'othirs1, cPntain'irig oiieliuhdred _ and;seventaenJactiek,''jnor!e df'iltssih'avirig there-: flnerecteda small Log Ho(ise:an(l B3rn,and other out houses. Seized and Taken in Execution as the Property of ASraham McClintoek. •';'1''"•''' ' ^'-Alsbv a* tract of mountain lahd . -situate in1 the- township'of.'Soiitfiampton/Cii'm.: berlartd cduhty, contaming twelve'h'undrfitf ad(*es,. ,more.of:le8S,)Adjbin(hg:|andsQftJames.CJarkvisq > CoprodCleye,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

^'^S^^^rm^m^ BTeatly aind^' expeditiousiy' e^ecu :: jii. .!.•:•»" !!'.7 J:; .-.*:, ,"'i> ¦U,^i>s*i.-> ::~ ¦ .!¦¦¦:¦ -f.:^CE£fl.;tl}ftil*:HfetP|le»i;..'.•-:.¦;:,•;

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY THE subscriber respectfully Intorms the inhabitants of Carlisle, and the public generully, that he still r.esulesjj: his .Old-Stand, in North Hanover street, oppositcMr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he contlnacs to'tarry on the Cabinet iWaking- JSusiness in all its Various branches. He has lately fur nished himself with a new and • SPliENftii) HlEARSE &c. to accommodate all those who may lavor him with a call. He returns his sincere thanks to'his friends and. customers tor the liberal encouragement bestowed on him, & solicits a continuance of their patronage. He flatters himself that by strict attention to business "and a disposition to please, to merit and receive a share of public patronage. N. B. One pr Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wanted,to whom liberal wages will begiven^ An apprentice will be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. ., GODFREID HAAG. Carlisle, December 6, 1838.—tf. / . , ¦- ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

THRASHING MACHINES AND HORSE POWER, CALL AND EXAMINE FOR rOUJlSELYEs! The subscribers; thankful for past favors, take this method of informing the public that they still BOiuinue the building of Thrashing Machines and Horse'Power', at their old stand, in Louther street, Carlisle, where Farmers avid-others can at all times be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement, on the power and machine, and have also attached a ' , CLOYEll THRASHER, which for durability and simpleness of construction is surpassed by none. Having all n>anher of confidence in the superiority of the above mentioned machine, &c. they are willing that Farmers shall test them before making the purchase. _ ' • Persons-wishing to purchase~or-' examine the nlachirie'Will please_make application .at the shnp.'or to'lT'LaWsh'e. Agent, at Macfarla'iie's hotel, near the.Court House, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May 3, 1838. -- >-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

. . FARMERS'. HOTEL,. In High street a Jew doors east of the Court House, •* •' ¦ ¦•OArRLIBLB. Th esabscri her having leased the above named establishment from Mr. Simon llimderlich, and haying provided himself, with every thingner.essary, is'now enabled'tto accommodate travellers and others in a_stylethat_will not fiiij to please hose who may favor him With h call. fHE BAR AND OtiLARS will receive his special attention. These will be kept constantly provided with the best of LIQUORS. ¦ • THE LARDER will at all times be abundantly supplied with all ehg'vdelicacies which the season and market can afford, and no.exertjons will be wanting to please the palate, ot the most fastidious. THE STABLES are commodious and secure, and a careful and attentive hostler will'be, always in attendance. (O"'B0ARDERSwillbetaken,by the week, month, or year, on the most reasonablc"tcrins. A strict attention to business and an anxious desire to please'.will, he trusts; ensure hi ma reasonable share of p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

Fi'(^nlSto2(i€icUveyoUHffm€n • i • jjjj Mf]**' Ugl. '.'P'lnagenie'nt of horses, jSE^ Wa'AkHEf' yhoaregood riders and ¦ ¦^TBrsF^mMr^i ¦ v£rs> "i*"'l)e eol'S^'1 V JJHiO IMLfSJi ™ to fiir a- company "of : : Ji^^?P'9RiBfBB» 'Hor*e•Artitfery "liowat jiu'i-U—_ttT M Carlisle BaYi!acfet<iAs ,*f*^??»iirnj+ inil*WBM|, this"is.the mqst. desira^ ble corps of any in'lhe'army,"ybii'ng men out of employment canhWdo 'befMr1 th'nn: join it1.' - Applyto :¦: - ;i , r, ¦.-,¦;, slRlNGGOLD; ': :• ¦ .i.CafitaincotnmwdingJjigfitjjzitfierijr .. 'iiiii -i.-.si 'Uu.'iUiii;... - '-.: CPTWe Barrack' si ¦i ebruary 28,1839 ' '. 'r -' "fit,-'. ¦ '¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ ¦¦¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

SHERIFF'S SALES. .' By vrrtiie of sundry writs of-Levari Taclas to toe directed issued .but.of the .Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will be exposed to Public Saloi *at 'the 'Court House, in the borough of Carlisle,' on Saturday (he SOlhoJ'March 18S9,at 10 o'clock A. M. the following described real estate to .wit: .. • ¦ - ' ¦. ?'¦¦..-¦ ¦ ' All that messunge^plantfitidh arid tract of land, situafeih live townshifipf South Middleton. in the County'of Cumberland, bounded and described as follows, to wit:— Beginning "at tin ash oak tree on mountain creek, thence by lauds of the heirs of Charles McClure dee'd., South fourteen and a half degrees, East thirty three perches to a post, thence across said creek by land of John McClure & the heirs of Joseph Knox dee'd., "Ccalled the Paper Mill tract,) South seventy five degrees and a half, west. thirty perches to mountain, stope, thence along the Hanover & Carlisle Turnpike Tlriad, north nine and a half degrees,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

." ^ ClBtteBRATIiON" ,:" ' Of Washington's Birth Mtau. -"Slrrtfccitan ©oluntcttf. '. ¦ ' ." •• i'-.: i,\ .¦ -, ,tt(Ui ¦•...:¦.¦ ¦ .-. '-..-. The citiz.eris of Mecfianicsburg met a,t.the house of Frederick 'Vyondcrlich, on Friday the 22d of February 18S9; for the purpose of celebrating Washingtoh'Sj birth day—after, partaking of 'a'^umptuqwrepastipf epared by Mr.;,AVonderlich iii his usual elegant style, NATHANIEL:WHISLER, 'was appointed President; Lieut. J^con'lEMiiiiNoih, Jacob EJtNSBAntiEh. Liwis K'rider, "V. President's; and John' Bdidermaster, Lieut, doner Karris,: Michael Ltidigh and Isaac Mil Jer,[Secretaries;' After an address waS;de: liyel-cd-by Mr. J; C. Weibly, the following toasts were drunk: 1."The day we celebrate. ,'.--. 2. General George Washington:. First in war,'first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen. 3. The President of the United States. - 4. The Governor of Pennsylvania. 5. The compatriots of the immortal Washington. 6. Andrew Jackson, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

/ S^. ' -_ ;'•.POSa? 0F2PIQS.-¦•:--- •,- . ;.:.'¦ .;;; ^Artisle.Ta'.j^ py. ! _;'.'ia;3'cl^: ;.'.,: ,Ar\tjro ' aCg.nd'iPefiartur^q^.^ilal'j",,.', ¦-j,-',-!-.": rn??r-..;;-: ;:' ';¦:!-. .Arrives. n,u-t! Closest Eastern ,„• . ,df.i,Iy. . abouH2niv : , : 7,a.ml Western . «• - •' «* '12 tri." '10a. m. Southerns .:'• .«';*-',4l::'.«; 'Vtm: ¦ i-iifji.m' Mechanicsb'g !> ¦ --.. -,; •< , 12 m- - --'ft' -pi ni Newville ..,"., -. /•. "..'..JJS-m, ,,, 10a,m. ¦ ; r;,; •;;.;•,.,.'.;-,; •;. R, t,AMBERToyr,p.;ivi; V \ .!'i;M -i-^JP.-Ui JKiXAFJP.;;Vv L:;.;h;\ Sureeo|ipentist,and,Manufacturer- of -tlje.Sili Metallic or Mineral Incofr'uptible'rTeeth, N , W.corner pf Charier andFayett'e' strepdji; Bal MtafiteJ' - -" --,-:S Mav31. 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

To. -tlie. Heirs and Legal, Jfepresnldiives of - . (PMff!^hty?. W} ^oe' , ipwnihip, (Iccsfispfi I^A^.^TiCE thaU^li liold an- Ih-•* • quisition on a writof Partition anjliV'alji^tipn ,bn tie pi:en^sesX( ite',of fiVE' WOl^F,'; 'deceased,, 6n;iylonday. tb.e, i 8tji,da.yofMarifh.! 183^,'iit.ten,b.clo^k, A..M,; where all iiiteriested'inav attend...'-!.,'.,-,'.'. ;„''. •¦ •/'•'..;'¦¦ "•-'¦'./•'i JQHNj.MYBRS,;^,-^," ;.,-; I;,.sheriff'sT offibe.f^.t>;( :;;;;;..:,,;*;.:' - ¦ , • Cariisie„Fa&; 2i,i839:"5':!¦ ,".." &:.;'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

2 DOLLARS REWARD. ' WaslbstJdh Mbr ida^.'theiT^th'ins'tant,'bn the if bid, bet vve'fen ¦; the' Trin'tlle_' Sp'rih'g .and Leidfe's TaV4rn^in'Cumb^'rlai.a'cbuntv-, an: djd'fashipned SILyteR'^^TCHi^vitli-'a steel''cn'ain/'a'steei k' e^'and^'eal: .""Whdiv^r fintfi^aid'-Watch^.MS riiurns';it/t6.the ownl er,f'shall.'r&' ei^c'tlld 'djtioif& reward:'' ' ;r '¦''. < zi^;?''::'"l -L.WQ]^^5fptAiCK:? ¦ - Allen township, Feb.J21, 18'39. - ~ -"';

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

To Cotrespondents.-^-the production of "J. H. J." to the ladies of Carlisle, is of too IHlling a character to gain admission. The request of the author in the last verse would mora than make the ladies blush} besides,' we do not think that its publication would add any thing to the author's reputation as poetical writer. "D. B. C" next week. A New Post Office has been established ot "Cedar Spring^! Allen township, Cumberland county, and John Drawbauoh, Esq. appointed Post Master..-, SO" We are indebted to the Hon. James Buchanan, for a pamphlet copy of .his masterly and overwhelming speech) against Mr. Crittenden's Sedition Bill, recently introduced into the Senate of the United States.— The Baltimore Republican speaking of it says, "Thc'manly and republican sentiments which are to be found in this admirable effort will meet with a hearty concurrence on the part of every genuine l-cpubllcaiiin thecountBjC. -The Alien and Sedition. Laws, secured' the overthrow^" the old Federal p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

law for the Defence of the Cnitcd : States. An Act giving tothe President of the United States additional power for the defence , of the United States', in certain eases, against invasion, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives' of tlie' United-S/afes'of America in Congress assembled, Tliat the President of the United States be, and heliereby is, authorized td resist any attempt on the part of Great Britain to enforce by arms, her claim to exclusive jurisdiction over that part of the State of Maine which is "in dispute between the United States and Great Britain} and, for that purpose, toemplovthe naval and military forces of the U. States and, such portions of the militia as he may deem it advisable to call into service. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That the militia, when called into the service of the-United.States by virtue of this act, or of the act entitled, "An act to provide for calling forth the militia to execute the law...

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