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

THE *fetTE litCHES Ol? L^E IS -.,. ¦ • t3tMAL^.j*.; ¦:'¦ - Wcknaka that health, and the ability to labor isthc'pealtnrifibe.grcqMmiss of the people in this as in' mts't Other. cmMtrtrs. 7b preserve, therefore, that henl' thhy NAJ yHJtLjntanji. is ¦ 1 grand moral Otltl political scheme, fo fulfil whith requires our utmost attention. . TrlE unparalleled reputation which PetiW Pills have acquired as a Medical Heslnrative, is the most unquestionable prnnf that can he givcimf iheirimmerise-impnrtahce to tile afBirted, iii almost every class nf. iseuses." The number if letters rece"iveri.frnm palient« f-ecovtririg tlim' their means-is realty prodigious,, find -the complaints which they have cured are nlniost as va. ried as.they areimmernus.. But still there are s 'Hit In which thev are more (-specially lif'nt ficial (hail in iikliei^j and amohg thrtse may be named the too dftcn fafiil complaints iif the sto-11 ich and bowels, (inrli as Climic, Fhltulthre, md Inriigestinn, for which t...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

eoxaPx.AxMT," Cured bi j Dr. Wm. Evans' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient PiltS. MRS LYTLE, Mount .my, Lancaster co. Pa,conipietcly restored-in henltli, by Dr. plans' Cnamnuiile Pills. Her symptoms were, griat jiain m hir right sid., ci uld not lie 011 her I. ft without an aggravation ofthe pain, disturbed rest. Extreme debility, pains j„ the hi ad, loss of appetite, palpitation-of the heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, langbr, with'cither Miuptoms indicating great thraigt nit nt in the liu.c tinns of the liver. Miss Lyile, diiughtir ..I the afoi-esaid. Mrs. Lytle, has. also bet 11 nsteucl to perfi-ct health, by tile same invaluable, medii nie. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, attended with .severe pain in her side, sickness-rn the stomach, ernrtinns. &c. Mrs. Lttle has ihe pleasure of infi rming the public,'that i.uiiieri-ns cases similar to her own, (in her vicinity) have been restored to health by the s-me invaluable medirine. Central Office frr the sale of Dr. .Wm...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

Clover Seea for Sate. 190 BUSKBKS OF OLOyTIlR SEES JUST received"from Ohio, and for sale at the Warehouse ofthe subscriber in the borough of Carlisle. Aho a large quantity of- Timothy Seed. -. _ ' ' HENRY rhoads. December 20, 1838. - tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

TO DENTISTS. The subscriber furnishes Dentists 1 with" his Celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which have been spoken of in the highest terms of commendation by all who have used them and by numerous men of profound chemical knowledge who have,examined them. Also, Human Teeth, Gold Foil,TinHa.,Ufc,8cc.Includinge'very^artide of material used in Dental Surgery; Teeth', gold, fife, sent by mail to any part bf the Union when ordered., %H. KNAPP, MayoL 1838/ •.Surgeon-Dentist, Baltimore

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

;':."' SMLROT BTO-VaB.iV-*.-:>r A -^^-0^.sssw.tment'6fJahcy Frankitn ¦artd ParloF S;oli», intended for toalor wood. Also, a variety of Cooking Stoves of the -most economical and approved Kifici7" Wood stoves and other castings lor salt/either finished or in the plates.very cheap for cash or approved country produce. ' /''"'";: . . '*'';" ^ -Vixib; Foemno ' :&; TiHiDtuiri-Oak Grove Furnarie, Oct. 4,183S' "." ff

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

- --,-,.-FOK'^AtB..,;¦;,"; A lot c)f prime Western Hams,;"•¦ •.•-V;, ' . Onene>)r;. Tillberry,;. ,; .;-:,-: ':. .'. Twosetsbrass niounted Harness,? :,; -'••-." ¦Two good young Horses, suitable for farmers' *B,e' -;,A'f>0jAg*'eat variety,ot Dry Goods, Gro. ttnestiic. ¦ ¦ ¦'•.-. -.>-;'-¦ ¦ •^«^-*"»iJ'; - r»HAMH.TON & GRiER, :

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

CHANfiB OP AGENTS for illorrijou's Clitversal MedlcluiiB. M OHA 1*10 SHEPHEKU MOA l'.latc-Sole Agent in the.Unitetl States, having been ssetl by the British College of Health. Dr. George Taylor now of the City, of New -""forfe; has been appointed Site General Agent und-Hy> gin Delegate -to the United Stutefc - - ' TheaaHGeorge Taylor liasappointed. A. D. Olmstead, df .Montrose, Sin'quehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Maryland and Delaware,.aiid'.thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennlylvnniai and George C. Hand ^ Siirgeon Derttisl, of Allentown, Letigh county, Pa., General Ageht for four counties in lhe ^ st'ate.of New Ynrk, and "seven in the state of New.'Jersey, tb. witt-i« Burlington, Cape M-tv, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Balem; in the state of New Jerteyi.Gennessee, 'Livlngstopj--.Monroe- and Steuben, in the stale of New York.'-' Hereafter, no person cap or .will vend tfee,genuine. Hygeian Medicines within t...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 April 1839

'<' •-•¦'• - : Nfevtr : ' ' FtOtJR & FJEEO S-rttttte. rin«E subsrriber respertluHv hifnrnishls friftn'il* X and the liliHIic. in eeiieml, thin hehasrpened a FLOUR and FEED STORE WM» old stand, (corner nf Lonther and-B'edford,) where he intends'keeping for safe.. '..•' WHEAT AND RYE FLOUR by thebarri-1. or smaller qu uitify, Biiek' Hteat aiitl Corn Meal, Chop and Bran, Cornl-Hye tt Oatsi all nf which he intends keeping cfalblanlly ' on hand, iind hopes to receive, a share of the - public put'rnniige.: -'..'-'¦ 1 ::.'„.- , ..He has also on hand'fi fe»w bushels nf Sfiriiie H'/jfa: for seed. Which he r.fTi rs1 for sale VtT' t ; «,.'.' ¦ J0HN PROCTER. ' Carlisle, Jan. S*, 1839. .-. tf; , . PtS..--He still contmuesfo cairy MTtW &|7-ver.H !?J' ,nS.*l «he old stand, and'-has cntistanU* i«i hand 11 R<>od^snrtmerifjoflplated^Saddlery^_ such as htirrups. Bltts, Kfnnieri-mnunting and Coach work. ,Platingffor Coach Makers done ^ in the best manner and Wjtri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

Teivns of Publication. , Tho Amoiioafi iToluiitcbr Is'published'every. .Thursday' rnornihE, in the white fr{ime buildingi.-(rear pf the courts house,) at Two Dollars p>r annum, payable half yearly in advance, 6r;two;donars and fifty cents if not paid within Ihie year.... . .; ¦ ¦: '.-; No'subscriptfob taken, fara less, term than six months, and no disporitinuahce permitted Until ail arrearagesarepaid. A..failure to notify a discontinuance atthee^pirationof ..a terip, .will be considered a new; engagement . ' ,-Advertisement) will be- .thankfully received, and pubiished'at the rate of glOO per square to? three insertions, anil 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion^ Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid.' • Handbills. Blanks, Cards, £fc. neatly executed at shortnotice,,andatmoderate prices. AOEltTST <JK TJBEpl^.OXtWfiEER. The following-Gentlemen-will pleHse-ftCt-ns agents for this paper's sub'scriptionsreceived.nnd nioney paid to dither ofth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

XiAW JfOTICE. Jfi ItHED, BEING relieved from the duties of his -late office as Judge,*.proposes to ..resume the practice of Law atHuailKle, Pennsv^vaI>i.•^.,' He tenders his services to ALT., who may think it their interest to employ him. His office is in his own house, opposite the rCollege'-Campus. .'.'.. -.. The Law School tinder His care will be continued—and he hopes to be nblcto bestow upon it more uninterruped attention..' Carlisle, Feb. 28,1839. . 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

nMJYK ,¦<• v;i,r.'Vl v.:;-.i!X»D i!'T,''[i,-.: J .' •:¦ r, SAVKT00''IITSTITtrTIOl!fv '- Ho. 66! S6fitIl ^6ttrth St. PniMMiii. cAPi.^fc;^6"dd^bTQ^±«^« Vfien daily.for- the transaction of business from ].„ ¦' ,$ J.' ju. -to 3 I'.'M.u„ .;•,'r..;.,; o BEPOglTES o't'nioney * eceive'o'.W which tlie FAllo'win^r'a<^of interest wilitieallofed: i'ye'aflSijper'c'eiit. per Ufiniiittil 1. ?- :6mosi;6" ¦' •¦¦>•¦¦ ' '*¦ ¦ : ¦'"¦'¦ - -;i ' *' ./. ':-, fl.' fh/:-4'" -: i?fV,: . " i' •,•!!;(-. \l .'.. On bushiess'd.epOsiteB.tobedrawn attheplea-~sure of.the^leppsitpr, no interest wJlLbeaUo\yed. UnCurfenV note'si'bf "solvent Bahks,';'in. ev&ty part dfj: lh:e,: U'nife'a'''States),wilVlJe received'as special deposited,'bri'«uch'terms as may be.agreed.on in each parjicuhrr ^ ensev•••¦-" _^'_ _ . By oraetoftherJiDard^ r; i'.. " -y—iil , ¦, . • -,,,'v- J,.'DE5SA-A,Xto»/i/er. - - Philadelphia, llefc M; 1'838.' • ''-'--' '-' ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

•''¦'¦ C" s\-MaMsr} '' ;;,. - ¦;"."'. Ipr. imji&r J."sUPuiKSi¦';'';" INFORMS huf Triehda and the public, that'he Has resumed the tluties of h'fs profession^ and _j^ilJtSivtWs^ftdiM^_aUenUoMjiL lheJ:^:ractice '. of its sfcyeraV branches. " ..;.,,-(,; Hi*Jrar ceis:id.t&St9ne.,-,(jpHs.5i J^jpjpui^.tiis Am&storeWid,one door from'the Post-Oracci"'" - .'.WUs¦l6iF4B.iB>"»30.V•r''¦, . ¦ V-';-"' •'•3m '¦'•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

NOTICE I To Bridge Builders.;- ThbCommissioners of Cumberlan,d County, will ireceiye Proposals at-thei-bouseof JohriCornmari innkeeper, in the Borough of CjjeHsle, 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 substantialfVVooden Bridge, across the, ConodoguinctCreek/flt;thc.place. where the' State road fro'rn Ldndisburg"t61 ^C'arlis, l'e, by way. of Waggoner's Gap crosses 'said creek, mthe township of North Middleton, of the following dimensions; "to'wit:'""-"To contain in length'from one abutment to the other 190 feet,- & 16 feet wide in the. clear, the abu.tnients.tob6 fiUbuFterife'et thick each or more if required-ina splaying-direction, with a regular slope, and to be eleven-feet higli-from-tho-bottom-bf the-;creek,- -from 'Whence a wooden arch is tft be Started' and, to extend across said creek from one abutment to. the other impracticable; if not, there shall be two spans of 95 fee...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

WM. PRINCE & SONS, WILL make sales of trees and $§3|2<, cuttings of th« genuine Chinese 4*^ffil Morus Multicanlis, Morus Expansa, Al- ""Ypupine, Brolissa, Canton and other varie-^ga^a, ties, deliverable to purchasers imnjediately, or at such period in the spring as is convenient to them, and will enter into contracts accordingly. Prices and tevms for the Trees and Cuttings will beffoi-warded to all- who may apply for them by niail,' as well as prices of Silk Worm Ekks, Mulberry Seeds, Sec.' The Multicaulus Trees are remarkably vigorous, and as we first imported, the genuine trees, purchasers are'sure of obtaining the true kind. It is from this cause .and from the great attentiod paid by them, that''tlie trees thev have sold have given universal satisfaction. N. B.—Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Plants ^ and Seeds can be supplied to any extent. Flushing, near New York, ? March 22, 1839. S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

ASSIGNEE NOTICE. WHEREAS, Jacob Slyder of fhe borough of Mechanicsburg, did in January last, execute to the subscriber a deed of assignment of all his effects, including books and accounts for the benefit of his creditors. Notice is hereby given to all those indebted to the said Jacob Slyder, in.any manner, to.call on thejsnbscriber and make payment; and those haying claims will present them properly authenticated. JOHN1 RUPP, designee.-. March $ 1~ 1838;^ 4i '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

'' - ' ' . - ' 1 " '—' r-— ^ r: : '> ".' -.; rv '.-/ ;-.;• '\Far\the.Volunteer Oonstancy. %mmtqh~&oluntiit. : ¦' : ! : I I_ ..Oh! how.can lie delay to'm.eet. " 1 Theyp^rs'he/s pledged to ipeii .'''Can mem'fy 1 oseits ^vahte'd sweet, , '"'Or'lbve'its constancy! ' They say he has another fair-But oh! be can't forget: I'm sure he would not wish'me heave One sigbi of .deepiregret. . I'lthoWhe wbdld riot see me weep, : Jfordiop a single tears ' I'm iure twoulil woUnd'liis bosom deep, When;l ain all his'darc. •¦ Oh! never, -never/can they tell r ,.•; That 1^9 is insincere; -; —- -- ; —';- --¦i;- . ^; This throbbing .heart, it knows; too well ,. - -:- That still to Aim I'm dear, , .' '¦ ¦ .,-,' ,.s ,.. AMELIA Carlisle, 22th March, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE subscriberlrespectliilly. informs the inhabitants of Carlisle, and the public generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand, in North Hanoverstreet; opposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he continues to carry on the nbin et tllaking Business, in all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself with anew and, SPLENDID HEARSE, &c. to' acconimodate: all those .who may favor 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 theirpatrp'nage.. 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:o? Two Journeymen CqbinetMakcrs wanted,to whom liberal wages,will;b'e given. An apprentice willbe taken to learn the above business, if Well recommended. . .', ., ' , ¦ •:-'.-: "i- GOnFREIbHAAG." Carlisle, Decemb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

"JZftaTeoyJoseph fPitlter, deceased. .. • JVir^tice. : "TBTJrOTllCE-is hereby given to all persons in-_£|;debted to the"6%tate'ot Joseph Walter,' late ot Silver Spring township,Cumberland County, dee'd., to make payment as soon as possible to the subscribers.residing in said township, and those having claims against said deceased will present them properly authenticated for settler ment. DANIEL WALTER, 1 . JACOBWALTEK, Administrators. March 21, 1839. ~" 6l*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

Estate of John Mahon, deceased. . _£,d:,JOT!L _\ .¦.-¦ '. ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Malign, late of Newton township, deceased, are respectfully requestcdito call withthe subscriber, and settje. their respective accounts; and all those who have claima and demands against the estate will present them legally au-: thenticated for settlement. ELIZABETH MAHON, - _./ * • Executrix oj said deceased. Southampton township, March 21, 1839. 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

JFrom 1S to 30 active young men Ek uBl managementof horsen, J&Nffi? ' -^kiiMs w''°are E00<-' riders and &Sk~&] SJ'&j&ir*JQjl drivers, will be enlisted ^"^jBfwJnfWJMl Bone Artillery, now at Mj^fc!»^»i.»CiTj|«ipiu)W this is the.most /desirable corps of any-in the army,;young mebfont of employment cannot do better than join it. ' Apply to..-. , •:.,.-;. ¦ ; s..RiNeooi;lo>;: .' Cafttain commanding LightiArHltery, Carlisle Barracks. February ,28,1839. let

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