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

Estate of John Blessing,, sen. deceased^ - ¦ s'QTicm-. W_ ,ETTERS of Administration on. the, estate JLi of John Blessing, sep. late of East Pennsbmpugh township, Cumberland county, deceased, having been issued to the subscriber residing io said township:.. This is therefore to notify all persons in any. way indebted to said estate,, to make payment immediately, and those having claims; will present them properly authenticated for settlement without nny'delavv' '¦r ¦ ¦ , ,, : DAVID HUME, Administrator. " March 21,1832.. ' '-'6t

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

CHARLES M'CLURE, ;".:.attohstht:Jlt^aw^: ..:, ^¦TILL: practice, irt the- several Courts of VV Cumberland, Perry and Juniata. Office in South Hanover street, Carlisle, lately occupied by Judge Hepburn. -.:'¦• March 21, 1839. tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

CARD. I>It. JOHN J. MYERS, FIFORMS his friend, and the public, that he has resumed the duties of his profession, and will give his undivided attention 10 the practice of its several, branches. .His office is in the stone house, adjoining his drugstore and one door from the-Post Office, . Carlisle, Feb: 28, 1839. 3m

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

Call and cxainino for ydurselTes.. MARBLE iW^CFACTORY. JAMES W. KELLY, TAKES this method of informing his friends and the public generally, that he still continues to carry on, at his old stand in East High street, Carlisle, the manufacture of MOWUMBNTq. Tomb 3 tones, Hood AFootStonos, die, where he shall at all times be ready to "supply customers at the shortest notice and on the most " accommodating terms. Having employed Mr. William Gregg of this borough, my agent for the sale ofthe above mentioned articles, any orders furnished by him will be promptly attended to—also all orders heretofore given for work are now ready io be filled up. Carlisle.'March 28,1839. ' 3t - N. B.—Having discharged Johk Hatkikld from my employ, all persons indebted, for tomb stones, monuments, head and foot stones, Oc,£fc. are cautioned against paying him nny money for the same, as.the receipt thereof will not be' acknowledged by me. J. W. KELLY. (CTPerry Democrat inserts times and charge this office. ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

, f aUMtUAaMJIMJ ' .; BIJTI- " "^J'7!! n«mjwe«s£|ffiij jqpgicaoal A ¦ . .CABINET MANUFAOTC^Y^ . THE subscriber respectIully'!nforn.i/,.tie''ir. habitants of Carlisle, and the'public tc'ne.--ally, that he still resides at his Old S:c.nd. 111 North Hanover street, opposite Mr. li. Bullcck's Chair Manufactory, win re he continues to curry .011 the - , ahinet Jftaking•"Business? in all its various branches'. He has ~ lnti.lv lurliished himself with anew and' . ", , . ^IoEPrBlD^iARSEr~ &C to accommodate all those who may favor him with u call.. He returns his sincere .thanks tohis friends and customers for the liberal encouragement bestptved on him. & solicits a continuance of their patronage. Heflattere himself that bjr strict attention to business and a disposition, to please, to merit and receive a share'of puhli'cpatronage;. , . , jJSfe?*-One or;jCwo.ipu,rneymEn CaV»iet 5»ta-«wy3f?anted,to v/linm liberal wages will be given: A'ti apprentice will be tafe'en to learn ...

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

.-. - post opffiqa;;-.' -. Carlisle, Pa^ Nor* i,:AS38> Jlrrtval and Departure of-MaUs^/'* „:'- -.¦=- ¦ .. -v Arrives,..:] .,:' closes. East.ern ' daily" about 1? hi. .rp.'nu ,„•'._- " ¦-'- .5'p'.m'.'.„10aJ.m. Western. . ,«• . .••.IS.m.-. 10 a.m. Southern. .- ¦«-"-'-•¦ «'l3m.. -7p.m. Mechanicsb'g «« « 15 m. '7 p*j, m, Newville ¦' ,. , . .« 12 m.; ; J0ft:m; .'.: ---.- ¦'_ . R. LAMBEHTON.p;ivi.

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

Estate of Robert McGlaughlin;deceased. "• ¦ NbTlCB;;' lv,;-: [;£ WS hereby given that.-letters - testamentary on the will and testament of Robert McGliusgh-Im, late of the: borough:flf. Jf.ewvjIie,..de'cVasld have been issued to the subscriber by .the Rf c' isterol Cumberland .oouhtv^-lib tliere'fci^; itquests those indebted to'said<lffcJ rd6n't; to cqll en him arfisrerfdence in thfc saidVornBgK of if t w-^illei ahdinake.seulem'ant atidpiivimf.t without defay~and thoaehaving-claima agih'iibt'^s-airl Cs .ttTeip prejehtthemrduly iaiitheo.liiiateji; fci -cu .tlemeut*' -. ',--¦ ¦ .;-'•-. , .--¦,.';¦ -^ --- i- - "^ ;^:^;;~ ;+M'lh1iiAU BABBi"Execute* . KcwVille, Feb. Si,- WSU.-- ""¦ -% ?*?"£*

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

MST OF UETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Mechanics' .-¦'"•'¦¦ burg, Pa. April lsty 1839i Joseph Black, ¦ Polly Miller Henry Bup '.- Mary Markly William'Bennett -Mary E Nesbit Margaret Bee. . ^.. George Pollinger Jacob Coover f^ David H Plaine John Close _ J-Palmer'' H, Deafenbaugh Jacob Palmer John Dprnbach. James Puitly Geo W Dougherty Henry'Rich . Mary Duey George Rupert ' Elizabeth Eberly Andrew Stork..".__ John Eberly 2 George Stoanspring Abr'm Eshelman. Elizaneth R Smith 2 Elizabeth Earnest John Stewart William Fagan David Sanderson Christian Fulmer "William Smithey John Gerhard George Schoyeye Augustus Gobreght James Sullivan David Gosweiler John Smith John Hoover George Swart Mr Hall (mason) Peter Thrush John Kairns 2 Matey Vansent Henry Landis Samuel Westheifer John J Kinger Jacob Williams JohnManing2 7' GEORGE F. CAIN, P. M.

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

' TEETH, : ItLtClOUS MSTAL1C, OR MINERAL IVC0H' BirrriBiBT.ssTn. -It has for many years been a g'reaf'de'sideratujn anion; European and American Dentists,,-to manufacture Teeth from incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural living Teeth, Many have devoted years to'unsuccessful • experiments, and others have succeeded in mandfracturing 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 arid tedious experiments, the subscriber has succeeded'in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly "i imitation of human' teeth. They have a semitransparency, and arc made of various sizes and shades. In cases where absorption of the areolar process, or other causes may render it necessary, he will cast of the same materials attached tp the teeth', artificial gums, which shall imitate the gum and supply the loss of substance. It is...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

A new Xiiie of Freight Cars FROM HAMUSBURG TO PHILADELPHIA. , THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints hisfriends.ahd the pub-Be; that he'has put into operation on the HARRISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL 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 at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and intermediate places, and bv the subscriber, ' ' ' OWEN M'CABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. (TT-FISH. 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 — 4 April 1839

MACHINIST AND 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 FHENOH BURR tfXIX,X, STONES. at hisold stand in New Cumberland, all of which tie. 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. , ABtt'M MELUNGER; June 21,1838. iy

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

A VALUABLE TANYAM FOB, R.ENT. ' AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. •in HE subscribers will lease for one or more _ i year?, 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 under cover, and all the buildings are of the most suitable kind—besides the grinding of Bark ([which pan be. got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. _Atiy.quuntity.oLHides can be procured tnthe neighborhood, as there is no other tannery within several miles ofthe place—-and there is also every facility tor-getting hides 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, Possession will be given immediately'.' , . For further particulars enquire nf' v1' HUGHJGILLEECE fc CO. Harper's-Ferr*,.F...

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

Dl,, I, Ci L00MI8, 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'a Hotel, where he may be found at all hours. Person* requesting it will be waited upon at their residences."' {Dr. George D. Foulke, Reference.— 5 °r- Theodore Myers, ttejerence,- < ^ ^p fflorn\ ' ,. , „ tBr. David N.Mahon. Carlisle. Dec: 6. 1838. *' '.

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

TO BRJPCtn-jaartt.T»Tm :to P. GOOD'S .... , rMPROVEIWENT IN BRISOES. "¦"""IRANCIS GOOD, ofthe township of New f' London, in the county of Chester, and state """"Pennsylvania, obtained letters patent fur an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and per manency with economy, so much so as hot to require, in some situations, more than one half the expense to erect a Bridge on this plan, arid when built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the sttearn; the Bridge being constructed and- secured in such a manner, that if the water should rise so high at 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 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 hav...

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

Interesting. Case Cured* ar pW.' trx.:eVAiis ' ~CAMoi!ii.R toxic Jiiih -- •rihttr.MP'iitri' irY' rii'tSi ¦ ¦MJENJAIvHN.BO WN. corner of Shipp. eii. aha MM George streets, Philadelphia, was affected for, seven years with extreme nervousness.-by wlliclvhe wits not abfe to write' his name, fefa symptom? wfcrfe cruscatiofr, dailyibasmodic pain in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, also Iriability-of-erigaglng in any thing that demanded vigor- or couragri sickness of the stomach, ini. paired appetite; coldness and weakness of the extremities, emaciation and extreme, debility, disturbed rest, a sense of pressure and weight oh the stomach after, eating, great mental'despondency, severe flying pains in the chest, back and side, costiveness and a dislike for societyuarid conversation. . Mr. B. has made trial of vorioas medicines now before the public, but to hoeffect, until, observing iii a public "paper sn'me'cu'res performed by Dr. Willi...

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

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

TO THE JPUflJLIC. FOR the purpose nfremoving ageneral prejudice, that prevails.against the.Homoenpa tine, practice of medicine; as toel) As fn'giie « quietus to the unfounded reports of siirrte f/i»cr' tiled' individuals concerning it,- the 'subscriber thinks it necessary tn present to the public the following voluntary certificates ^f curti perfi-n med by him, from person's of- reSptctabllihl; lo,i« known in tile borough of Carlisle-. ' Persons sim, il irly afflicted may have thielr cbrnfilainllus well as their prejudices removed4 by calling on F. EHRM&N, Homoeopathic Physician, E. Main street, Carlisle. December 6V, 183"8i vmp a Of the Homeopathic, over the old practice of Medicine Jairly established. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. CJOMl-'.'l'l.ME the lust of August, A. D. 183*, J5d H'm,*ll protuberance appeared on my f.ice near my left eyel-1 thought it v/as what is called a blind boil, and treated it accordingly. Several days after it first ap|.eHred,"it wasextimined by a p...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

GK-daeETOwA, D. C. June 28.1838. rW:i DR. WM. jaViNS.r-Respeetvt! friend: JL---«-^nit»«miy--ft (wiifcn^imi-TX- elttr -rernrtt- mjr sincere thanks to you, who have been ihe cause nf my being restored to perfect health. For five months past 1 have been laboring-uuder a severe Chronic I11H immatnry Rheumatism,' attended with debility, loss of appetite, InwnesS of spirits tec. . Having frequently heard of the truly excellent quality of ynnr Con anile IJills, I at last determined to make tri d nf ilu-m; although not without considerable npposiiiiiii from my:ph'ysi cian and f (mily. At last aeein.; niy determinatiop thev ari^eed tn the trialj md ud'oii using the third package I was altogether restored to health. How can I express ivy gratitude and sincere renard for such a s-tvinnV of human frames? My- case was ^together hopeless, anil I m^st confess riivsfelf .«urprised at th"- 'cxtraor dinary result. No people Were ever "more bless ed than we are with such remedies. 1 he main quack ...

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

TO THE PIjIIiMC. MORE HROOF.trnt-tlie-vfficai-j iif-Dr.-W^ Evans'Ciiiioinile -Tonir. ami Family Ap.:i.i.iii Pill's -Mr. J ishua Swain; Cape May coiiuly, N. J., elf.ctuilly restored to health tr-in the- following diE,tressiiig_8\'!iiptoiiis:-i-Exir<iiii debiliiy,.attended with constant pain inilie.siil,, iiackajid limbs,-giddiness and tlimnyss of sight; sJi-knt'Ks at the stomach, impaii-ed-.ippfctite j tjilficulty nf breatHingf-great pressure and weight atthe stlmiiicil after ea'tiii<; depression oi's jSints, cnUlr ieSs ii'nil weakness iif.^-extremities; nyin>; pains in ihe chest; ciist'tveness, and ntlier. sylu'ptonis nnt necessary to enumerate. Mrs. Strain, wife hf the afiilesaid Mr'Swaiii, has also been restored tn health by the above luvtiluable riiHi cities. Hersy.nptmns were—nervousness, head ache, pain in the side, loss nf appetite; disturbed rest, emctationk, 86c. The-public are hereby infot med thai their motives for making this dec. lai-Htiin are, tha...

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

IMPORTANT Ttt-FBMALES. D lt. WM. EVANS' Caimmrite Pills-livive pmvfil to he.the iiiostUseful.nietliciiib.iiow liel'ie the public,' in eradicating all the diseases connected with the female sex. One of the ntiisi ilangernus epochs to females is.at tlie change'<i( life, aiid it is then that they require a in'tidicihe, which will sii invigorate their uiind.and strengths eh (their cnnstitutiaiiSi as mny .ehable-thenlto withstand the shorlci;, 'Ladies,whti are in adeli cate state, are often troubled with sickness, such asXwfiit'nEr, heart biimi head uchc, tonth ache, hystericsy and nth*r4r«ul>lcsnmesym!itniiip,frori> which thev wilfiliid-themselv -eVrelieWa^Tby la' kingDr, Evans'Cailinmile Pills," which-'reniove tiis.Tders.il) the , head, "invigorate r tfie. mind, «tijengtlienjthe.:fed4j(ijmprnye it he memory, and eoMyen theimaginntinn. Reinenihering.Hlways tolceep the bowels open with-Evans' Family Ai perien<-^n*bilimiB;rrTdl<Vfi3** . *Ieaip1the -- ¦...

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