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

TO THE'FUISLIC. MORE P«OOFS nf the ellicacy nf Dr. VV Evans' Camomile Tonic arid Family A-|jiiieui Pills. —Mi-i-'JoShua Swairi,-,Ciipe Miiy comity, N. J./eifelcTiiiill yji-dStored to hoaltli from the following distressing symptoms:—Extreme debility, attended with constant pain inthe'side, back and limbs,'giddiness and dimhess of sight; sickness lit the stomach, impaired appetite; difficulty of breathing; great pressure and weight at the stomach after eating; depression of spirits, coldness and weakness of tlie. extremities; flying pains in the idlest; costivenesu, and other symptoms not necessary to enumerate.-1 Mrs. Swairi, wife .of the aforesaid' ;'Mr. Swain, has also beeii restored to health by the' above invaluable medicines. Hersymptbms vyere—lie'rvo'usness; iiead ache, pain ip the side, loss of appctiteV'distu'rbe'd rest, eructations; &c.- ' The public are hereby informed-that theif:m6fives for Malting this dee laration are, tliat others afflicted with like'symp. tqm...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 March 1839

¦*I^POIfcTASr.T-i' . -TO -j^^lSiAXiBSV Dft> WM., EVA,^' Gaijgmile1 Pilis-have pi-ovedito'bethe'inost"useful medicine now betore the public, in. eradicating all the diseases connected with; the teniale.sex;- Onfe;of the most darigei<ous'ep'ochs to females is at the change of lite,.arid it is.then .tbat.Jiiey require.-a medicine, vvhicli: will soiriyigoraJe.their'm.iiidiah'd.strengthen their consti^utf6psj\Rs£may enable themto wilhstsnd.thQ shock, ..Ladies.who-arein a delicate state,/are often trovih.Ved w.ith.sicKness, such as yomitirig, heart burn, !iead,a.chc, :tboth jche, hysterics, and otlier:ti:oublcsoniesyrnptoms,frbm wbightliey^wilj find tnems^Wes relieved, by, ta-^ kiqg.Or, Eyiih's? paitipmi|e Kills{,wluc(i remove disorders in.tlie j headti |nyigora.te., the mipd, strengthen; .tlvcjiody, improv,evthfi.,m.emory,., nndenhyelv t|ie imagiuftti,qn,,-. H?.menibefing.al^ays: W,.k6?P the-bowels, ppaii .with-Evana'-. family.;A--perient Anti-bilfous Pills. For sale at't...

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

''.'-' NEW, , '..''':: -: -" -v-=" FIiOlJR &-FEED STORE. The subscriber respectfully informs nis friends antl'the' public1 in general, that' hehnsopened a FLOUR(and.FEED STORE at his old stand, (cdrr ier "of L'outher rind Bedford,1) where heintendsTieepihg for sale ' ¦'.'•'"—''.' WHEAT AND KYE FjtOcfe by thobarrel-or "smaljer quantity; Buchtohcat and Corn MeifUQholiftL^-Bran, Corn, Rye U Oats; all of whicliiie'iriterids keeping constantly anrhaodjmjld'hopes" to-Teceiv-e'a' shartJofTthe" publicpatconoge; [;;• ¦ -¦:',,,-..-....«(,:,• -.-,.;-. : -Hf..has alsocm^andafew bushels.of.^Spring TO««pr;s9edkwhiq(i]ioc.fre"rsfpr^ale.;. ,';'.. .,,„-..: -.•:.':''; John'p-rocter:J "Carlisle, Jan. &f,'iteSQV¦ '•rt - ;¦•, "¦' J'1" '". tf-1' ; -P.-S..—fjte still doiifin.uM:tp'cartV'o'n''thi;'ii7/- y*L P{ l'.l)ib "tlie bidstBn»,' and lias *ons?aMiy on hand: a -good-assorunent'b? iplated'--SailUleiy sach^-a«rrm«J/,Bittsih'HaTrie M*)(Juming^,and CpachJvqrk.r .EJajingfon Qoiich,-Makers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

Terms of Publication. ' Tho American VOlOhteer , is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Two Dollars per nnnom, payable half yearly in advance, v or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. No subscription taken for a less term than six 'fnbrjths, and no discontinuance permitted until nil arrearages are pajd. A. failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of a term, will be considered amew engagement. Advertisements will be thankfully received,, hnd published at the'rate of gl 00 per square W three insertions, and 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. • ™ Handbills, Blanks,Cards.iic.neatly,execute's at short notice,, and at moderate prices. AftE WTS tfORTHE VOX.V3A TEER. The following Gc'ntlemcn .will please act as agents'for this papei'i subscriptionsreCejved.and money paid to cither oftlieseindividualswillbe acknowledged by us. John...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

LAW NOTICE. '_'-.!. jr. jiejejD, BEING^elieyed from th e duties of his late office""as Judge, proposes to resume the practice of Law at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He tenders his services to ALL who may think it their interest to employ him. His office is in his own house, opposite the College Campus. \ t The Law.behool under his care will be cqntifr-Ued—and lie hopes to be able to bestow upon it more uninterruped attention.' - Carlisle, Feb. 28,1830. 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

_ SHBRlPff'S BALES. By-virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me directed, issued out of the Court of'Common Pleas of Cumberland.county, will be exposed to public sale at the Court house in the borough of Carlisle, on Saturday the SOt/i day of March, 1839, at ten o'clock, Al M, the following described Real Estate, to wit: All the interest of Jesse Kilgore in a tract of land situate in Newton township, containing one hundred and twelve acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Samuel M'Cune, Jacob Swojner, William Smith and others, having thereon erected a- two-story Log~Hoiisc, weatherboarded., Log Barn.and Stone CJrainary. Also, all the interest of Jesse Kilgore in eighteen acres :of Mountain Land, more or less, situate in Hopewell" township, ad: joining lands of Jacob Haun, Jesse Kilgore's heirs and others. Also, a lot of Mountain Land, situate in Mifflin township, containing six acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Robert M'Farlane, William Greassey and others. Seized and taken i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

Sherifr,sj Sales. "By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will be Ex-Iiosed to Public Sale at the Court House in the lorough of Carlisle,- on Saturday the 30th of Marcfy, 1839, at ten o'clock, A. M. the following described Real Estate, to wit: The Undivided fifth part of a Tract of Land situate in North Middlelontownship, Cumberland county, bounded by lands ol John Jacobs, Philip Zeigler, Adam' Kunkle; Jocob Smith, & others, containing one hundred and-seventeen acres,-mnre or less havingthere'- on erected a small Log House and Bam and other out houses, Seized and Takeniri Execution as the Property of Abraham McClintock. —L Also, a tract of, mountain liind situate in the tpwnshipr,pfVSoutharnpton, JCumberland county, containing twme^undred'acres, niore or less. Adjoining la'ndsbf lames Clark, esq. Cniyrod Cleve, Moore 8c Biddlc, and others,— Seized and taken in Execution as the property o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

, "^PRCtoliASikTlblT-' .\..--. mmTHEREAS the Hon. John Reed, the '.ff«f-. then President Judge, of the Court "of Common Pleas of the counties of Cumberland, Juniata and Perry, end the Hpn. John Stuart and John Lefevre, Judges of the said Court of Common-Pleas of .the county of Cumberland) have issued their precept bearing date the 21st oay.pf January, 1839, and'to me directed, for holding'"aiCourt/ofOyerand Terminer, and General Jail Delivery, and General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, at Carlisle on the second Monday of April, 183?, (being thev8th' day,)fat .lCf o'clock in the forenoon. , . „*~ w! XOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEW, ff to the Coroner, Justices of the Peace,, and Cdri-StabJes- of the said county-of Cumberland, that tKpy be then and,there in ¦ their proper person WJth-ttteirr Recprdst Inquisitions, Examinations and other Remembrances,..to do thosethings which to their offices respectively appertain.— And those-who are bound by recognizances to prosecute against the prisoners t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

FARMERS' HOTEL. In High street a Jcw.doors east of the Court „. House,. CARLISLE.-The subscriber having leased the "above namedn establishment from Mr. Simon H underlich, and" having provided himself with every thing nefcossary, is now enabled to accommodate travellers and others in a,style that will not fail. to please hose who may favor him with a call. •' THE BAB. AND CELLARS will receive his special attention. These will be kerk constantly provided with the best of LIQUORS. THE ARDE R will at all times be abundantly supplied with-aU the delicacies which the season and market cim> afford, and no exertions will be wanting toplease the palate of the most fastidious. THE STABLES are commodious and secure, and a careful and attentive hostler will be always in attendance. (^HOARDERS will be taken by the week, month, or year, on the most reasonable terms. A strict attention to business and an anxious desire to please,will, he trusts, ensure hi ma reasonable share of public pat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

JEXCI1.WCWMS.1JVK _ j ' AND -_^ SAVIMG-S INSTITUTION, No. 66 Soatb Fourth st. Phiade phi a. CAPITAL 250,000 DOLLARS. Often daily for the'transaction of business from ^ 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. ' DEPOSITES of money received, for which the following rate of interest will be allowed: 1 year 6 per cent: per arinuril, 6 nlos. 6 '¦«/ ««• ¦ d v- & «i " ¦ On business dejiosites,to.be drawn at the pleasure of the depositor1, no interest will be allowed. Uncurreht notes of solvent Banks, in every part of the United States, will be received as special deposites, on such terms as may ba - agre'ed on in each particular case. '-¦ ."" By order of the Board; ' ">" '. J. DESSAA, Caslnef. Philadelphia; Dec. 19, 1838.: • ' iy." .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

~,-'. - .-post ernes, .• ."•= r CJarlisle, Pai NoV. ij 1S88. _ Arrival and JDe/iarture of.Mails..'-' • • '• Arrives.- ¦ Closes', Eastern daily; about 12 m'. ,' ''. 7 p. m; " •: ¦""• '¦•-•' " 7p. m.''Mffa/in. Western •: • «• "12 m. iOa.m. Southern " "; 12 m; ; 7.p. m,: Mechanicsb'g ''.'. ' '.« 12 m.,.. ¦ "7.p. m,-Newvillq' .«' ; " 12 m: ". 10 a.m. ".¦ .J ¦ -,,RvLAMBERTQN,P;iyi.',

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

SHERIFF'S SALES.' By vir'tue.'bf sundry writs of Levari Facias to me directed issued "out of the Court, of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, Will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House, in the borough of1 Carlisleron Saturday the Spth of March 1839, at 10 o'clock A. M. the following described real estate to wit: .... All that messuage,plantation and tract of land, situate in the township of South Middleton in the County of Cumberland, bounded^and described as follows," to wit:— Beginning at an ash oak tree on mountain creek, thence by lands 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., (called the Paper Mill tract,) South seventy five degrees and a half, west thirty perches to mountain stone, thence along the Hanover & Carlisle Turnpike Road, north nine and a half degrees, west fifteen perches and two tenths...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

Sheriffs Sales. .' By virtue bf sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas to rile directed, issued out of. the Court of Common Pleas oif" Cumberland County, will be exposed to Public Sale; at the Court House, in the borough of Carlisle, on Saturday. thi 6fA of April A. D.- 18S9, at 10 o'clock A. M. the followirig described real estatej to will - v—iA. lot of grotind situate in the borough of Carlisle, containing sixty feet in breadth, imdiao feet iri depth, more or less,-adjoi-jirig lots of William Alexander on the east, Nathan Woods'oh the gbuth, John. Ag-. new ott the west, and Louther street oh the north, having thereon, erected a two story Stone House, a two story Stone. Back Bdilttirig, arid a one arid a half story Log House. Seized .andtakeairi execution as the p.^oper: iy of Francis McMdmiSi''.. ' . ; ,',..' Also, a tract of, woddlandj -sitriate.iil North Middleton townshipj fcontaiit-i ing forty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of James liambertpri, JamesGiven, andithe Perr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

THRASHING MACHINES AND HORSE POWER. CALL AND EXAMINE.FOR 70URS.E LVE s! The subscribers, thankful for past favors", take this method of informing the public that-thcy still continue the building ^ of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at th.eir old stand, in Louther street, Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all times be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, and have, also attached a - CLOVER THRASHER. which for durability ahdsimplcnessof construction is surpassed by none. Having all manner of confidence in the s'upe^ riority of the above mentioned machine. See. they are willing that Farmers shiill test them before making the purchase. . , . Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine- will plense-make application-at the" shop.orto'I. Lawshe. Agent, at Macfarlane's hotel, near the Court House, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. MayU, J838. . ... - s* .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber respectlully informs the inhabitants.of Carlisle, and the pub"Iic generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand,, in North Hanover street, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he continues to carry on the Cabinet JtlaMng Business, -: in all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself with a new and SPLENDID HEARSE, &c. to accommodate all those who may favor him with a call. He returns his sincere thanks tohis 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 or Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wanted,to whomliberal wages will be given. An apprentice will be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. GO D FREID H A AG—CaHisle,lDiecember6, 1838.—tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

Prom 15 to'HQ activetfottng men ¦ /flfc^Br AkMS - who are good ridersand - *^fcy3^g|Pi3>>yft drivers, will be enlisted , jp^BW8^WpWBjih Horse Artillery now at •MBSHSEffiaaSBHOfc this is the most desirable corps of any in the urmyi young mert out of employment cannot do better than join it. Apply to : S. RINGGOLD, • Captain commanding.Light Artillery, . ,;:••' * ¦''¦'•¦ Carlisfcgtirracksi February .28, 1833. . y^ 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

.-..'. iF.-H.-KBr^PJP.^ . '"' •--Surgeon Deiitiscand Manufacturer' Of the Sili .'Metallic or Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, N 'i\V. corrierof Charles;and:Fayettestr.ec£s; Bal . ti niore j .: ;'= t ". ':*. ... May 31, ljfes. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

PROCEEDINGS OF THE Court of Inquii'-Ui Stttietican ©olUntccr ,x' (Concluded.) ; N. B. It will be seen that these remat-k's arc addressed to the Court pf Inquiry, for which they were intended when written; but the court declined to receive them or to hear a verbal defence, as also, the court refused to let them": accompany the proceedings, consequently I ask- the favor of Major Armor to "receive them" and to cause them to accompany the proceedings, which he was good enough to do. . W. F. Mr. President and Gentlemen of the Court: —Itrcertainly is- the .privilege-and.-duty of every citizen, ahd more particularly every officer, to preserve untarnished that which is the boast of an American, viz: his honor and standing in society, and in the corps in which he serves: had not this been folly and sensibly impressed on my mind, you certainly would, not have had the labor'of this inquiry. But the testimony discloses the important facts, that from'the year 1812 up until the winter of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER 'BY SANDERSQN & CORNMAN. . , «Alil/M#^ '4M|RCARLISLE > THURSDAY. MARCH 11, l«3».

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

To a Correspondent.—"Judex" must have been harshly handled by the Justices of the Peace—otherwise he would not suspect them of'so much|>arfia/«7y. He maybe excused, for "No man e'er felt tile baiter draw, With good opinion of the iJMit?' This essay is too caustic for our columns —at least we think so, and we are to be the judge in tfiis matter. r fcC7*Thosc of our readers who are troubled with the military mania, are respectfully referred to the Brigadier General's order in another column. "None but such as can look .on blood arid carnage with composure" will answer the purpose. Most of our. readers will no doubt agree with us,that "dis-•rction's the better partof valor" in this as in every thing elsefcrrfdr "He that fights and runs away, May live to fight another day; But he that is in battle slain, Will never rise to fight again." Borough Election.—The following gentlemen were elected on Friday last, Borough officers for the ensuing year, viz: Chief Burgess—Dr. George...

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