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

CHARLES M'CIiIIRS, ATTORWEY AT LAW, WILL practice in the several Courts of Cumberland, Perry and Juniata. Office ifi South Hanover street, Carlisle, lately occupied by Judge Hepburn. - Mareh-21.1839. , tf-r —

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY. r pHE subscribers respectfully inform the citi-L-sens-of Carlisle am} its vicinity-, that they have purchased the entire stock of John Thompson, and intend to ^ carry on the : f BOOT AND 8S03 MANUFAGTUBINO BUSINESS, in all its various.branches, at the bid: stand in nest High St., next' dtf,at..to the Post Office, where they are prepared to manufacture to order all kinds of BOOTS and SHOES, ot the best materials and in a workman-like manner. -. Thef will regularly receive and strictly folio w op the latest citv fashions. They hope by strict attention to business to merit and receive a liberal share of public pa» tr*MSe' :. .:¦. 1 MILLER.fcMALOlrV/. Carlisle, March U, 1839, " -.> tf

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

. LIST 07 OAT7SSS For trial at April Term, 18S9, First Week, commencing the 8th April. Duncan, adm'r Ecc ys Moore's adm'rs Moore et al vs Weakly et al Clark vs Wise Church, surv'g, tec. vs Cart Harlin, etal x»» Moore, et al Clippiueer vs Moore-"" Same T -vs Patton Church, surv'g, Sec, vs McCluhc Lamb/ vs Duplap Kutz ( vs Cornman List of Causes for trial at 2d week of April Term, commencing 15th April. M. iEge cx'ra vs McClure adm'x Himes vs Keller Bank vs Ege et al Cook and Wife vt Scroggs ex'rs Woodburn vs Noble Meixell vs Diljer Bullock , vs Martin et al Pierce vs Waples C. V. Rail Road Vs Meily Same ' vs Nevin Dobbs cx'rs vs Eby surv'g, 8cc. Thompson vs Davis C • V. Rail Road vs Moore Same xuHolcomb Dysert i>«?Dysert Lee • • - -i ¦ ' , vs Anderson Hursh . vs Smith , L- ve adm'r vs Eby, surv'g, See RrdetCadm'r vs Moore"- ' McCune vs Mahon Edenbaugh vs Atherton Leeper vs Herron et al Martin . vs Wilson Crotzer vs Casey Stough vs Moore et al Goodhcart vs Huston adm'r Philli...

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

To the Heirs and Legal Representatives of JOSEPH SHROM , late of the borough of Carlisle, deceased. f|lAK.E NOTICE that I will hold an In-•J"- quiskion on a writ .of Partition and Valuation on the premises late of JOSEPH SHROM, sen. deceased, on Wednesday the;, 27th 'day of March 1839, at ten o'clock, "A. M. where all interested may attend. JOHlSf MYERS, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, > Carlisle; Fob. 21, 1839. V 5t .

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

NOTICE To Bridge Builders. ' The Commissioners of Cumberland County, will receive Proposals at the house of JoliiT<3ornman innkeeper, in the BOrough of Carlisle, on Friday the 12th of April next, between 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 2 o'- clock in the afternoon, for the erection of a good and substantial Wooden Bridge, across the Conodoguinet Creek at the place where the state road from Landisburg to Carlisle, by way of Waggoner's Gap crosses said creek, in the township of North Middleton, of the following dimensions, to wit: To contain in length from one abutment to the other 190 feet, & 16 ieet wide in the clear, the abutments to be about ten feet thick each or more if required in a splaying direction, with a regular slope, and to be eleven feet high from the bottom of the creek, from whence a wooden arch is to be started and to extend across said creek from one abutment to the other if practicable} if not, there shall be two spans of 95 feet long, each supported...

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

Noticei The creditors of SamUel Rcdett, deceased, late of Shippensburg, will take notice that the subscriber has been appointed an^Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, to settle and adjust the rates and proportions of the assets in the hands of David Kenower, Administrator de bonis non, of said deceased, to and amongst said, creditors—-and that he will be at his office in the borough of Carlisle for said purpose on Monday the 22d of April. •HUGH GAULLAGHER. Carlisle;1ifafch~7ri 93gr-^p=r—^At~--¦

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

' ,, . . p | f r | I . ' . [ [ [ . ' NOTICE. DELINQUENT COLLECTORS are hereby notified that unless a final settlement of their duplicates is made on or before the 8th day' of April next, measures will then be taken to compel payment. By order Of the Commissioners, ROBERT SNODGRASS, Treasurer of'Cumberland county. Treasurer's Office', ? Carlisle; March 7, 1839. J St N. B.—Tavern Licenses granted at the last court are now ready for delivery. Mary Black, -, Alias Subpoena sur By her brother and i Divorce, in the Court next friend, Thos. f of Common Pleas of Fraily, f Cund)erlan«l co., No. vs. 117. of January Term, John Black. V18S9. Retuni_haYingJ>.eenjmadeJ^J^j>J5herifr in this case, that the defendant John Black was not to be found in his bailiwick; now to ¦wit, 16th January, 1839, the said Court ordered and decreed that publication should be made by me requiring the said defendant to be and appear in the Court aforesaid, at Carlisle on Monday the 8th day of April nex...

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

! LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Carlisle, . Pa. March 1st, 1839. Enquirer* will please say advertised. A Laman' Easter Abrahams Elias Ladd Wm Alter Jacob Lechler Mary Anderson Thomas Esq Off . Abrahams Sarah Monroe Margaret Aurand Maria L Millar Samuel 3l Myers George Baker William Morrison Mary Butcher Joseph Mallinger Levi Bitzer Samuel Messersmlth Phillip Barnhart John Miller William H 3 Blosier. Henry Martain Richard Beltzhoover George or ¦> Moore John (of Wm) Andrew Gross 3 Myers Nancy Bosserman E 2 Mucfelie Susan Brown Julian Mitchell Wm Brown William Mountz Adam Bell Sarah Matson Peter Baker Jacob Main Catharine Beelman Jacob , IVIc Beetem James McGough James Bailey Susan Mclntire Elizabeth M O McGinly Edward Carothers Armstrong McCormick George Crall Wm or Samuel W Carothers John N Numan Henry Cairns Hariet P Graver Mary Parker Rev'loseph Cairns Harriet Patten Joseph W Caloeu Frederick Pool David Crothers John Park Isaa A Cormony John- Phillips A H...

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

Estate of Robert McGldughtin, deceased. NOTICE 1 VS hereby given that letters testalhehtary on 1 the will and'testament of Robert McGlaugh- I hn, late of the borough of New ville, deceased, , have been issued to the subscriber by the Register ot Cumberland county—he therefore requests those Indebted to said decedent, to call on I him at his residence In the said borough of New- I ville, and make settlemant and payment without, i delay—ahd those having claims against said es- , tate to present them duly authenticated fot set-. , tleroent., ' WILLIAM BARR, Executor,. ~Newviire.Febrai.l839. 7— ; et-

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

,. , , [ , ' ' ¦1 Dissolution of Partnership. The co-partnership heretoforeeexisting in the iron business, under the firm of Henry tG. Mosser & Co. was dissolved on the 19th day of January last, by mutual consent. All persons indebted, as well as those having claims,'will call on Henry G. Mosser, in whose hands the books and accounts are left, and who is authorized to make payments. HENRY G2 MOSSER, DANIEL KOCH, ^ JACOB WEAVER, "Liberty Forge, near Lisbitrn, 'Cum. co. March 7, 1839. 3t N. B.—The business is continued at the the same place, by H. G. Mosser and Jacob Weaver. " „ ' "

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

TBHTH. SILIC10US M£TAi.IC,-'on- MINERAL 1HC0R -/ RUPTIBLE TEETH. It has for m:iny yeirs been a great desideratum among Europqaijoaiid American. DentistSj >t'o manufacture feetli from incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural living .Teeth, M.iny have devoted years to unsuccessful experiments, and others have succeeded in manu; factoring teeth o*f materials similar'to tl$e porcelain ware, but generally they have an opaque white appearance, by which they are easily distinguished from the human tcctli. After long and tedious experiments, the subscriber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly in imitation of human teeth. They have a semitransparency, and are made of various sizes and shades. In cases where absorption of the aveolar process, or other causes may render it necessary, he will cast of the same materials attached to the teeth, artificial gums, ^which shall imitate tlje gum and supply the loss of subst...

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

TO DRUGGISTS. A Drug Store situated in a town in one of the most fertile sections of Pennsylvania, is offered for sale!"' To a person of moderate capital, there nrc.Uiit few more desirable situations. A House and Lot will be rented to the pui'ohaser\'it required, and posaessionthereof given at any time; Forfimther particulars enquire of the Editors of the Volunteer. Januarv;31, 1839. 7l~.

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

A new Line of Freight Cars FROM HARRISBURa TO PHILADELPHIA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acqurints his friends and the public, that he has. put into operation on the HARHISBURG, LANCASTER, anil COLUM1UA KAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly between Harrisburg & Philadelphia,, by-which.Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight. Goods will be received it the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of Uroad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and intermediate places, and bv the subscriber,' OWEN M'CABE. , Harrisburg,-Jan. 31, 1839 (T7-F1SH. 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 — 21 March 1839

MACHINIST AND • v.. Burr Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and ihe public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Factories, together with , FRENCH BURR XKXX.X, STONES, at his old stand in New Cumberland, allof which he will warrant to be 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 21,1838. fy

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

* VALUABLE TAN YARD ' FOR, RHN3V. AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. THE subscribers 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, as there is abundant room and the materials are ample. A number of the Vats are undercover, and all the buildings are ot the most suitable kind—besides the grinding of Bark ( which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. , Any quantity .of Hides can be procured in the neighborhood, asther.elsno-ottertarrnety^witlrin several miles of the place—md there is also every facility for getting hide's from the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, either by rail road.or canal. ..There is, likewise, 'a demand at thfs place for a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government. Pos'scssion.wfll be given immediately. For further particulars enquire of — HUGH GILLEECE 8c CO. Harper's Ferri>, Feb,...

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

DR. 1. G. LOOMS, DENTIST. INTENDS residing/permanently in Carlisle, and would respectfully offer his professional services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. He has taken rooms at Col. Ferree's Hotel, where he may be found at all hours.. — Persons requesting it will be waited upon at their residences.- j%r< \ '. ¦ ' rDr.Ggargt; D. Foulke; Reference,— \0^_-T^e pdo.re.Alyerst .- _ J . f fRev..r/ws. C; Thornton, ' ¦ „ ..-,- „, --VDr. DavidJV.Mahon.. Carlisle. Dec. 6. 1838: ..•>•...-

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

CHANGE OP AGENTS • Por Morrison's JJulvcrsal IMiedlciii'es. TWO/RATIO SHEPHERD MO AT, late Sol. JOt. Agent in thq .United iStntes1, .having beei dismissed by. the British College of Health, Dr. George Taylor now of the clty-bp'Ne'w York has been appointed Sole General Agent and IIygia'Delegate to the United States'. '. The said George Taylor has nppoiptcd 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; and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lehigh county, Pa., General Agent for four 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 Jersey: Gennessee, Livinirston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York. Hereafter, no person can or will vencTthc genuine-Hygeian Medicines within the .said districts, exc...

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

TO BRIBGELBUILDERS —- - "-""preooxJ's^ IMPROVEMENT IN BRIDGES. FRANCIS GOOD, of the township of New London, in the county of Chester, nndstute of 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, and when built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, br rise in the stteami the Bridge being constructed and secured in such a manner, that if the water should rise so high as to run over the top of it, the Bridge would remain, firm and secure. The plan has been submitted to a number of scientific men, who all'pronounce it a great improvement. One on tlvjs 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 purchased the ...

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

, Interesting, Case Cured, Br DR. IVM. Bl'Aps' CAMOMILE TONIC AND FAMItr APERIENT PILLS. ' BENJAMIN BOWN. corner of Shippen and George streets, Philadelphia, was affected tor seven- years with extreme nervousness, by whichhe was not able to write his name. His symptoms wefe,er'uscation,'daiIy-spasmodic pain in the Head, loss of appetite; palpitation of ihe heart, giddiness and.dimness of sight, jilso; jnability; of-epgagingin. any thing that demanded •yn*or,oi: courages sjekness of the/^tomach,- impaired appetitei. .coldness" and weakness of the extremities, emaciation -and. extreme .debility, disturbed rest, a sense of pressure and weight on the stomach' after eatihg,r great/rripnlal:despon dency, severe flying, pains in the chest; back apd side,, costiveness and\.a, dislike for .society and conversation. -Mr,:R. Uas.made trial, of vorioris medicines "now before the'public, but tono effect, until, 'observing -in' a public-paper so'ihexures performed by Dr. William'; Evans's/Camom...

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

TO THE PUBLIC. FOR.tlie'p'u'rpose^of!removing a-general jire judice that prevails against the Homoeopa-, iiicpracticfeof.medipinp, as,well,as" to give a /uiettts to thc.unfpumlcd rejioris of .some interested individuals concerning "it, -the subscriber liiiiks it necessary, to present to the public the (illowing voluntary certificates, of cures pei'fer-• ned by him, from persons of respectability, long unown in the borough'of Carlisle.' Persons similarly afflicted may have their complaints as well }*$?>'' ¦ Prejudices removed, ljy-calling on F. EHRMAN.-Homoeopatldc Physician, E. Main ¦street,-Carlisle. : ¦ December 27,1838. TRIUMPH Of the Homoeopathic, over, the old practice of Medicine fairly established. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. SJOMETIME the last of August.A. D. 1S37, £3 a small protuberance appeared on my face near my left eye: 1 thought it was what is called a blind boil, and treated it accordingly. . Severn! days after it firsthppcare'd,'it' was examined by .a physici...

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