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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

TO DRUGGISTS. A Drug Store situated in a town in one of the most fertile sections of Pennsylvania, is^ifi* -red tor sale. To a person ofmndefntewvpitnkthere »re hut fewmnre desirable situations. A H nise and Lty will be rented to the purchaser, it re'- quired, and-pnssession-ther.-of-given at-anv-timK For further particulars enquire of the Editors of the Volunteer Jariuarv-31, 1839 - .„ . .... 7t. A. new Line of Freiglit Cars from: harrisbttro to PHILADELPHIA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully, acquaints his friends and the pnh-Kc, that he has put inlo'operatinn on the H ARRISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLOMBIA RAILROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, ' which will.raivregularly: between Harrisburg & Philadelphia, by which Gr\pils and Produce of nil dese.riptions will be forwarded with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of livig'u-. Goods will be received itt-h.- W \ REHOUSE of, THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E: corner o( Broad and Vine streets ^ .Philadelphia, and ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

MACHINIST AND --' Blirr 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 JwairavBtRta UTIHIi sxorrBS, at hisoldsiaodin New Cumberland, all of which he will warrant to be Imade in the best w.n-kmailikc manner and nf the best materials, and sell at the lowest prices, up m accommod itiug terms. A constant supply .if Cards will be kept.on hands, and ohrmachioi's rrpairnl. . ABR'Vl ME(,LINOER. June 21, 1838. iv A VALUABLE TAN YARD F075, BEKTT, AT HARPER'S FERRY, T'A. THE subscri iers willjeasv for line or nrn-e years, their valu ibleTin Yird, with all its appendages. It is one of. the best .-locutions in Virginia for carrying on the business oo an extensive scale, as there is abundant room and the materials are ample. A number of the,Vats are under, cover, and all the buildings are of the most suitable kind—besides the grinding nf Bark (which can be got convenie...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

DR. I. C. LOOMIS, 1JENTI5T. - INTENDS rvsidiiWpi-i-nO'.'iriit|V in"C o-IMe, and would 'respec-r'tullv off. r-'liis prof sCiooal -.ervices to.tlj'e citizens of the place und:vi .i.i.tv. He has tikeh .rooms at Ol. F (Toe's H .tel, where;he may be. found aT.all hours. Persons'requesting it. will be waited upon at their residences. ' ., _^ ¦ ''•"¦ ¦ ; , \ -Or. Georgt D.^Foulke, ' • R' eferenrr _ 3.Dr.. Theodore .flyers, nejerence,— l^ni. TOm. a.r/Woii, ' .. *~Dr. David M Mahon. . Carlisle. Dec. 6, 1838...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

^ . . [ ..'.'"rri' -. 1 ;the true riches of Life i^ - ''^H^A^t'H..;.:::-.-; .: We know that health, and ibe ability to labor is the wealth of (he great pi ass ,o/" ihe. profile in ifils'as 'in most'other, countries.-' To preserve, therefore, that health by -ATA' /URAL means, is a<&ran'd>morai-afid' fiolitieal scheme, to jiil jit •wHiih requires oilr Utmost atteiition. THE,unparalleled reputation which Peters' Kills have acquired as a Medical Restorative, is the most unquestionable j)ioOf that can be given nf their immcns^m'pnriance tothe afflicted, in almost-eyery class of.diseases, :Thc+-number of letters received,from 'patients 'recovering tliro' their meftriS is really prodigious, "ahd the. complaints which they have cured are'nlmost as.vn. ried as they are numerous. But still there are some in which they are more especially beneficial than in)others) and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels, such as Coolie, Fla...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

1.IVJ3R COMPLAINT, Cured by Dr.' I I'm. livftns' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient Pills. MljS. LYILE, Mount Joy, Lancaster co. Pa, completely restored to health, by Dr. Evans' Chamomile Pills, Her symptoms were, great pain in her i«ght sid., could not lie oh her left without an aggravation of the pain, disturbed rest. Extreme debility, pains in the head, loss ot appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness and. dimness "t sight, langnr, with other syn.ptoms indicating great derangement in the lunc tions of the liver. Miss L) tie, da'ughti r of the aforesaid Mrs. l.ytl.e, lias also been restored to perfect health, by the same imal'uabk medicine. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, attended with severe pain in her si.de, sickness on thc ^ stiuiinch, erurtimis, &c. Mrs. Lytic bus ibe pleasure of ihfofruing ihe public, that numerous cases similar to her own; (inkier vicinity) have been restored to health by the same invaluable medicine. General Office for the sale of Dr. Wm. E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

Poor Ifloiise Statieiii <e§p$fiM*.t|ie:ye«i|*'IS88. David Enimifigerr Abraham Waggoner and John Duiilap, Esquires, Directors of thejPoor and of the -i; rVJ H ;.'"' ".' : : ^ ist day of January to therSlst;.day^ of D6ce^b'e^i$38, inclusive, yiz;^v :-; .DR. "'."' '.-,.- ,'"'" '.'.' '."- ,.:....''¦¦ :-.-. ¦ ',... ¦ --" :.CR. _ ,t_ To amount due institution at settlement In iSSTvivyJ'l Lou-' \"\ B/purchase money'ahd for deed for'14 acres and'two ^; don, Esq. Treasurer, ¦ >.--. . .'"ft 17 -7&i ...perchesI of land, '¦ ,*¦. ;. ¦ $,1*0\89 Do. received of Franklin county for support of paupers,.432, 0'4 ' . Funer^teipensw-for out-door paupers, ' 44 50 Do. do of,York county for\ do ^7.500 ,' Wastier and,potatoes, .199 87 ^ Do. do of Perry county for . do 83.1.3J Blaolisnjitri.work, 50 66 Do. do of Philadelphia city for d»' S5 25 Medical attendance for out door paupors, 26 25 ^ Do., do of Lancaster county for db: .,'. 30 00 Beef,,/ '.'!''.'. ~; ^~7'- "~ ' -- " ,'•" t7 7...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

Drr H. E3baugh, ; SU^OfiOH DBHTIST, : Will return to Carlisle about tie 20th of the present month, and .may be consulted professionally at Col. Ferree's Hotel, Jis usual, for a short time; - Mnirch7, 1839. -." . , > ''r ¦ ¦ '' 3t ' Auditor^ Notice. The uridersigne"3 having been appointed Auditor by the OrpUaris?:CoUrt of Cumberland county, to marshaland ^-distribute tlie assets of the estate of Andrew Boden,Esq., l^te of the.borough of Carliale, deceased, in the hands of. John Lehn, ¦Adtoiuistrator.'pf "said estate,"will meet for tiiat;purposeat the publitvhoUse of Major Jacob ReliraTi'in said borough, oirt Thursday. •' the ,28th' of March instant, ^ hen.and"where !thp..creditors, of said deceased are required to attendl and present their claims. • . . .v; JQHN JRWIN, Auditor. MarctiTv-lssgr" v-.:<:~j^"?:~s;"at:' ¦ ¦¦'¦ ¦¦¦ ' -1 -.-•'¦¦/','" . - • ¦¦¦>-"- •'-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

SIX CENTS REWARD. ¦EL* Runaway from the sPbscriber ai residing in tlie borough-of MefloB^... chanicsburg,; on the 25th ult an TM* . indented apprentice to tho.Black _^t^^> -smithing- -business, nariied E-^SSSa»MANUEL LOWMAN. : Said runaway had on whenhe left a blue frock ,'co^t,..<Jrab! pants an'd'a'goodlilackfur/hat-rr: is about 19. ypars of age, about 5 feet finches high and stoop, shouldered. All persons are cautioned aguint harboring.said.boy.— Any person returning hitn" to me^ shall re^ oeivethe-aboverewanlrbut no-additional charges. THOMAS HARRIS: ;r March 7,1839* J vi'-.'i-:"' .' St ' : ;¦';"' ¦;' ¦< -' '¦''j CANDJLESi';;':",. ;' '= J lipHfc subscribera'have oii hand a feW boxes , X' .prime Caudles, which they-will sell lpwy ". !-a«'-:-vw' ;'¦•'•'•'". 'JtAMir.ToH&;GBiEB.'; ... March r_.., .,.._•_ .,../.',..,'. ";.;[.-\-\ ...,. "it I?? M.^^^«prieS5»'Carlisle¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

- STATEMENT ..... ,-'-, •'=.. . OS -.,-...,-..,.',•,• \'K .', ... Common Scbool Appropriation, "¦TiUE-frpmtheState to the different districts ¦ •' lmJ![o>. Cumberland county, for the. school-year "' 1840. •., ..,. - ' j Allen, •"-.;':..'.' $373 85 Carlisle,;y;¦-. : ,-.,•-. --,50692 Dickinson, .,'.., ''" . .-'','¦ -- ,V :328.«8 • • East Pennsborodgh', ', , '' 293 58 FranMord, ,' ,\ ^g 39 ...-flopewell,_ ".; 133 or . .Meclianicsburg,_ ; - ¦ 80 92 Mifflin,. ..;..'-• -191-63 1 Monroe, ' ' . ,, - . .. .19940 Newton? ' .X-; i88 39 . Newville, - -~", -9a 40 NorthJMWdlefon.o -JO •'* '."S2983 .South Middleton,. " .,— .-.',- 299-10 '-SL'yer ?pring,; ..,,.,. ( ", :...... 238^89 Shippensburg horouEh, ; ~ - , , igg'gs .ShippinsburgipHnship,' . • ¦"•.¦., — ;\- lfl 12 Southampton,...;.. . '«;;-;:v ~~ '. '•" '."t.' 197 45 ,""West}Perinsbiirpugh, J ',,.... ' 357- qj •- --¦ ' ¦ '-.'-• ••.'.-. ¦ . ••-'* -. ¦ . ¦ " ¦ ¦' ¦ ' ¦ •'¦ t&li'BS : ¦ ' ¦ By order of the Commissioners, - ... :l^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

Clover Seed for Sale. 1O0 BUSHELS OFOIVOVXiaSBED ; WtJS K recei ved from Ohio,, and, for Js'ale at 4Jthe.Warehduse of the'subscrijierin.the hor: <jugh of Carlisle.,. Als'o'a large quantity of Timothy Seed. .'¦¦•¦.: H ¦ .. . : HENRY RHOADSi, „ ; December 20,: I838."- .- ~ . ,tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

.; -, to, Ue-ntists. _a ••.' The subscriber; furnishes Dentists, witli Kis celebrated MineralTricorriifitible' Teetli, which have been spojeen'of in the highest terms Of commendation -by all who'have used them atid by numerous men of profpurid chemical knowledge who have examined them.; Also, Human 'lielh, Gold Foil, Tin do'., &rc.- 8cc. including every ar' tide of material used in Dental Surgery. Teeth, gold, 6fc. sent by mail'to any part of the Union When ordered. .. .• F. H. KNAPP, May 31; 1838. ' Surgeon Dentist, Baltimore

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

FAxrqY:"- stoves. ;; ;r""« A SPEtfpfD assortment of fancy Franklin and Parlor,, Stoves* intended for coalror wood-. Also, a variety of.Cooking Stoves of the most economical and approved kind. -Wood stoves and-other castings for sale either-finished pr in the plates, very cheap for cash or approved eountryproduce. -. -.w.r ... *:_.;_.. .. . Pleis, Foebinq & TniTDiriJf. ; Oak Grove FurnaoeJiOBt; 4,1838. l£--

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 March 1839

..-..- '-'-•'.: NEW • ": ; '' FLOUR; & FEJfcBi Si;ORE. Tit.t' subscriber respectftiily InformslvUifriends. and, the' public in' generaltfthat'he has opened a FLOUR and FEEDSTORE, at his' old stand, (corner of Louther. and'Bedford,-) where' he intends keeping for sale , u i . ,;-. Wheat ashbbye FJLquiR by thb'barrel,or' smaller gumti'ty,. BiiekwAeat anfl,Corn Meat, Chop and Bran,'Corn, Rye..£4~j Gate; all.of which he intends keeping; constantly' on haheU'and hopes'to receive a share" of the " public patronage'.' "] "' .' He has alsb onlliiind a few bpslicls of "skririg'' . HWeoj for seed, which he offers fur sale'- f. ,' ¦ , r „f - 3iPHN,;p4tOCTER. V .Cjarlisle.Jan. 24, 1:839. .. ; -. ¦..• -.-'-. tf-.-. V ' p-S-—;He;"still continues to carry on the' Sil-i,:, ver Plating at the old stand,, andhas cntistantly on h\«el a good as^rtnxe'ht -'of, plated./Sad'dfery." such as Stirrui)s;,iH.Us^JlarneEs-mbuhting, and . Coachwork^r^^^Boafch'-Makfers tfonP ' . . ' .n.thebt^t;#h^J^^rhi;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

. " 'i ItMUjMdtliiM'i' i:—q teritis of Publication. ttbo Anibi'ltdfa IMtinteor Is published uvery Thursday morning, in the white frimi' huililing;, (rear of the cnurt house,) at Twb Dollars per" aiiribnr, riiVable half vearlv in advance, «i\'l*o -tollan, ami fifty cents if nut paid withliijthe year. ........ No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no rtisCMitiimince permitted until all arrearages are paid. A failure to hmify n discontinuance at the ekpiritinh of a term, will Ue considered a new engagement. •Advertisement* will. be thankfully received, and-pu'ilished at the rate of Jjl 00 per square Wr three inst r'tions, and 25 cts. f r each Mihseqnent insertion. Those not specifically urderid will he inserted till Ttrhid. Hindbills, Blanks, Cards, Eft. neatly execute.1 at short notice, arid at moderate prices. A9T3 "TTS ?DH THByoHTTNTfiER. The f.dlowin^ Gentlemen will .please act an a-rents for this p tp<-ri subscriptinns'-eceivetVintl m utev i) dd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

tAW topTlptl. iT. W!BM>i}\ ' B,?.lNr; relieved Irom tin-Uutirii'nf his l.ite liioe as Jud^e, pr ipost-s to'resume .the prar.iee ofUaw at Carli-lr,1 Pennsvlvania. He tenders his services t\i ALLc who nr.iy think it their interest to employ him'. His office i* in his own house, opposite . the College C minus. , The I/aw School-lin&er.bis care-Will be enntin ued—mil he hopes to he able to bestuw upon it more uiinterruped Mttention. t'irlislc. Feo. 28.1839. fit ~ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

- Pa03"LAM.1*SON. W1EREAS the Hon. John Reed,. Hit then President Jn/lt;e, of the C<:urt ol C'liuinon Pl'-as of the r.i>ni(Jir5_of_Cihiib»i;ln.nd, 3'u'nrita and P.rrv. ithfl the HiJn. J*mn' S-nlu-t and John I.efevre, Judges of the sairWC'iirt ol Common Pleas nf the county of Cifmberl.iwl, have issued their precept bearing date the 2ls' div of J inmry, 1839, and to me directe(|, for holdim; a -Court of Overaml Terminer, and General J til Delivery,! and General Quarter Sessions .if the .Peaiys.nt Carlisle on the second Mind iv of April. 1839. {being the 8th day,) at 10 oVI'irfc in the f<ir..i.'i>Mii -XPTJcE is Hereby givex , to the C"rO'iei\ Justices if the Peace, and Con stables of the said county ,of- Cnmh- rland, that th>*V be then arid there in their proper person with their Records, inquisitions, - F,x iminations and other Rem?»ri,>ra'nces, to do those thiht;s which to their offices respfctivelv appertftin And those who are bound bv r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

BOOT AND SHOES MANUPACTORlr. * #1'1E suhVenbers respectfully in'nnli the citi-L a-'rinof Carlisle and its vicinit,, that they have purchased/the entire stork of John Thompson, and intend to carry on the - ¦ BOOT AtTD STXSfi Manuf.Act' tfRiisr6 business^ ¦ in all its vnnoifs liranche.s. at the "III stand in U ' est Mgh ah,- next door to the Pott Office, w here,they, are pr,-tv<red to manufjrture to or-<1 rail kinds of BOO TS and SHOES, of the best materiajii'and iii a workman-like ihanner. "They will retful ir'ly receive and strictly fol-In .tfup the latest citv fashinns. fhev hope by strir.t attention to business to merit arid receive a liberal share of public pair -nage. ,. . MTLLER & MALOY. Ga'HiM^, M-rrch 1*. 1839. if Estate of John Mahoni deceagttl< ¥ JfOTIjCE. A l.L persons indebted to the estate of John Jf^. Mahoh.latc bf.New'to'n township, deceased, .tris rtspecrfally rftjufsketl iolcftll tfitli'thc miKscriher alid sl'ttleJ fllelH rttfpe&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

. -. -^-iwdieS^:.;.-To Bridge Builders. The Commiasiooers of Cumberland County, will'receive Proposals at the house of John Cornman innkeeper, in the Borb\igh of Carlisle* on Friday the 12th of- April next, between 9 o'clock in the forenoon an'd 2 o'- clock in the afternoon, for the erection of a good and substantial Wooden Bridge, across the Gonoilbgui.net Greek at the place where the state road from Landisbu'rg 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 leet wide in the clear, the abutments to be about ten feetthick each or more if required in a splaying direction, with a regular slope, and to be eleven feet high from the bottom of tjie 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, eac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

SherivPs 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 exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House, in the borough of Carlisle, on Saturday the 6' th of.JIpril A.D. 18S9, at 10 o'clock A. M; the following described real estate, to wit: A lot of ground eitiinttt in tin* borough of Carlisle, containing sixty feet in breadth, and 120 feet in depth, more or less, adjoining lots of William Alexander on the east, Nathan Woods oh the south; John Agtteu! on.the West, and Lbuther, street on the north, having thereon erected a two story Stone House, a two story Stone Back Building, and a one and a half story Xog House. Seifced and taken in execution as the property Of Francis McMarius. lsi», a Tnict 6t' wood land, situate.in North Middleton township, containing forty acres, more or less, adjoining lands of James Lamberton, James.Given; and the Perry counfy line. Seized and taken in execution as.the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

ASSIGNEE IVOTICfcji *»TH'EREAS, jiiciib'Slyder of the"'faorbugli ff of Mechanicsburg, did in iJamiary hist, execute.tb the. subscriber a deed of assignment .it all hisv,effects, including bonks and.accouW for the benefifofhls creditors. Notice is lierc-•jy divert liraH'thnse indebted to the said Ja'col slyder.'in aiiy manner; to call pirthe subscriber and:make- payment, and those having claim* vyill present them properly authenticated.-' ;»—i 'sM^Si 'JWN RIJPP, •AsSgrft*.'•;

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