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

. ,HQSlER«-i! f . " Ladies are invited.toxall anil see the fjnt assortment of ble'aclicd, uhbleacljetj-'find ^bpen worked CottonJ^9se^-iyliite:aan'd-cbloredyjor sale.by, - ;.. .'.v.'.r.r; ,-.;;-'>5 • jrArnqldilJf: Coy ' : ; " ¦'B.ONNETSt/$O^N ' ET'S)&j' }?" Leghorn.-Orienta'; Braid', filorcncc and Straw Bonnetr, at the stort ot \..; ¦; '.JrMtd.t^iCo".- -'

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

THBTHOBOTJ&H BRED HORSE, '1;;!:-'l,PBTap, ^A.RL35¦i^i,'' - fit JjftbL. -iBi'f, Will stahifc-tbe ensuing sea-HrVmBBBt s"n at Carlisle;"on Vie'terms set IB » ff" JW. forth in the handbills. << 'fiUaUdUA* Peter Parley is,of the. very first racing hldbd., He waa Rot by 'Oscar'—his dam 'Betsey Wilkes' >vas by the.cclel>ratcd 'Sir AYchie. —his grand <lam by 'Bedford'—hiscreaJ grand dam by'Dare Devil'—his g. g. «rand danvby *anjfaliEliter'-iliis g. g. g. grand dam by Syms* 'WiUIair.* The above pedigree is authentic as will be seen by a reference to tlio American Turf Register. -,'. ' ¦ For further particulars npplv to ' .-'.' JOSEPH.HEliSHE, Grooni.. Carlisle, April 4,1839. '3m

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

;•, TEFm* j mifClOUS ItETALfc, OB MlVBnAL mcon-\ •-, ' Z - _ ' •''nvv.riBLp'-ipnrH. . "j It has For man/ years beeii a great desideratum arnon?. Europ'ean';'Sml.rA<neiiciiii::Oitnti?tB; to maiiutacture.reetli.frp'm.incjarruptiOlematQria^s! which should;imitate the .n'atunilTivJng-Teeth,! 'Many havfe devoted Veto ttityistfcteSsfuT aC,-[ perimentsi! arid others have s'uoceeded.ih niahu-j factoring teeth of materials similar to'the porce-; tain-ware,i but .generally jthcy iliavclan .opaque; white appearance,'oy.which they are easjlyjdis-i thi^riislicd from the Jiuman,,teeth. .. .'¦.;¦•.¦ ., j 'After long aiidt'ediobs experiments,; the" sub-, scriber has succeeded in manufacturing' teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly W imitation of human', teeth. They have a semitransparency, and are made oTvarioussizes and shades. * . " In cases where absorption of the nyeolnr proouss, or other causes'rhay rentler.it necessary, he will cast of the same materials attached...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

A netr Line of Freight Cars FROM HARRTSBTTRO TO PHILADELPHIA. THE subscriber, 'grateful for past favors, Bespftctfully acquaints hisfriends and the public; that'he has put into operation on fhe'HAR-1USBUKG,,LANCASTEU, andCOLlJMBIA RAH. ROAD, a line of new DOUBLECARS, which will run regularly between Harrisbiirg gc Philadelphia, by'which Goods and Produce bf nil descriptions will be forwarded.with careand despatch, at the lowest rates of freight.: Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS.J. MAXWELL, ,N*. E. corner, of llroad'and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwnrrted to Harrjsbiirg, Carlisle,..Chaml)ersbtirg, anu>Ti"rt&i'iiie'uTite places; and by the subscriber; OWEN M'CABE. Harrisbiirg, Jan. 31,' 1839. iTT-FlSH. SALT AND PLASTER; CONSTANTLY ONdlAND. Cash"paiilfor almost all kinds'of country produce..

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

MACHINIST AND Burr Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to. inform his friends -and )he public that he continues tlje manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Factoriesj together with FRENCH BURR KtllJ. STONES, at his old stand ill New Cumberland, all of which lie will warrant ta lie 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. ly

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD -• FOR, rtSNT, JIT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. THE subscribers will lease for one or more 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 4s abundant room and the materials are ample. A number bf the Vats are under coyer, and'all the buildings are of the most suitable kind—besides the grinding of Bark ^which can be go t convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. Any quantity ot Hides can be procured in the neighborhood, as there is no other tannery within several miles of the place—ahd there is also every facility, for getting hides from .the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, either by rail road or .canal. There is, likewise, a demand at this place for a large quantity of Leather annually by „the;Gpyernment. Possession will be given immediately. For further particulars enquire of „ • ' HUGH GILLEECE 8c CO. Harper's Ferry, Feb...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

OR. I, G, LOOMIS, 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 vilil be waited upon at their residences. _... ./Of. Qeorge D. Foulke^ ' n*r*re„re 5 Dr- Theodore Myers, Reference,- 5/?ev;. r/l(W. c, rf.ornton, . *- Dr. David JV. Mahon. Carlisle. Dec. 6,1838, ;, .J ,,._,.<v

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

• - .• -TO'DENTISTS.- ; :::;; The, subscriber furnishes Dentists With his celebrated Mineral IncorruptiblcTegth,, which have been spoken of in tlie highest terms bf com* racndatioh. by all who have used them and by numerous men of profound chemical knowledge ¦ who have examined them. A\sa,,Humah 'Xieth, Gold Foil, Tin do., Es"c; Sec. including every article of material used in Dental Surgery. Teeth, gold* Be. sent by mail to any part of the Union when ordered. F. H. KNAPH,_ May Sir 1838. SufgconDentiitr Baltimore

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

CHANGE OP AGENTS ; - Itor iWoriiso)i»a,Uulvcrsal Medicines....;, MOR A'l'Ip SHEPtaEKDMOAy. ' late Sole A£erit in the;United •'StSWsy having been; dismissed bfibt British College*Fttfia(th',! :D>. George Tnylor'Ud'wfcf-the city of<|NdW',iVorfi; has been.appbihted.Sole General Agent;anUt'Hy-; gia Delegate, totl'.e United States..;) n; ..•.,:' ; The 'said Xieorge Tpy lor has apppjufojdyA, JJ. Olmstead,' of, iloritrose, Susquehanha.courity',' Pennsylvania,!Sole; Geheral Agent fot'the ^tajes of Maryland ah'd' Delaware, arid thirty nlirae. counties east aCthc Allegheny Mountains; Pennsylvania; artd,Geoi;ge. Q. HandrSuEgeQn'Pentist,, of Allentown* Lehigh county-, V£, .General, Agent for four counties In ihe state pf New. Yofk, and seven in the'state1 of Net*'Jersey', tb''wit,:^- Burlingtori, Cape-May, Cumberlatiu,-;Glouces-. ter, Monmouth and Salem, in the:state.of'Now Jersey* Gennessce, Livingston, .;Mpn,rflevMnd Steuben, ii),the;St»te of New York. ,; .. ,,. ;j.; ¦ ,•; Her...

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

'lritere^ting'Case Cured, ;,!; Br DR. trit. EPA.SS\fJMOMlI.BTq'Nlc'jdD ''•'Higti' Lr'ire'i/iiBii' T'v: iii:' sl7' '".\'.'.'"' v"«EN J'AMiN,; lBOWN,.coruer of Shipperi 'and ¦ Ip George streets, Philadelphiai-ivas'affected ifoc scveni'yearsfwith "'extreme" nervousness, by .which he was not ableto^ri te his'name, 'His symptoms were eruscation, daily spasmodic pain, in'thehead, loss of appetite, palpitatibii'bt. the iheart,1 giddine'sSariil dimness of sight, -also iti'ability of'-engaging in ;iiny thing that demanded vigor or courage; sickness of the stomach, impaired appetite,-coldness and weakness of ;the extremities, emaciation and extreme .debility; disturbed rest, "a sense of pressure and, weight on the stomach after eating, great" mental despondency,severe flying pains in tlje iches'tvback ami side, costiveness and ."t dislike for society and { 'conversation. Mr. B. hastnadetrial ofjvorious' .medicines now before tire public, but to jip effect; until, observing'iji..q'jpublic pa...

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

| .. TO THEfJppj&IC.f'jj- . ¦) FQR the purpose ofrrm'ovihg a ' geqcr!yilrre judice that prevail against"the-Homoaopa-i tine practice,of medicidei as'well as to' give d quietus to the unfounded refiorts of some interested individuals concerning it, the subscriber thinks it becessaryto.prcsent.ta tlie .publid.fhe following^vbrubtarycertlficates-of'fKra performed by him, from persons bf respectability, long known in the-borough.of,Carlisle. Persons similarly afflicted inay have their complaints as well as their prejudices removed, by calling on F. EHRMAN, Homoeopathic Physician, E. Main street, Carlisle. , .„ • 'December 27,1838. > l ' --' ¦ /' "-,,;- Triumph Of the Homoeopathic, over the .old practice of,Medicine' fairly established. TO WHOJ^iSTMAY CONCERN. CJOMETIME the last of August, A. D. 1837, JJ5 a small p^otuberpneo appeared on my .face near my left e,ye: J thought it wasjvhatis called a blind boil,andti:cated it accordingly. Several, days alter it first Appear...

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

| BVMHIH^HHHH^P^HHHHIBBhWIhhbI.- 1 IH RH IUIVb ill SM^flnl BflQB^^^^^Ex^HI '* ^JIlMtHiWtHlWiiMlMMlwHWIimSmmmmmm^^'- THE TRUE IUCHES OF LIFE IS .„ ' flE.B fc'li T'H.r .,- Mi', k'nbiQft/i^Mpltli','.!fhV-f' te: db' ilX' ytOtUibof is the -wealth of the great -mass of the people in this as in mos(. other countries. 'IV preserve, therefore,that"petiltbJvj,NAZWiALmeans, is a' grand moral' and' political i'ch' enie;-1 id 'julfil •wliich requires our utmost attention. PTIHE unparalleled reputation which Peters' '^L'ifiillsTia'vb acquired a.s'.4'l»<£diea(l RdsVof^tivc' is the most unquestionable proof that can lie given of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almost every class of diseases. The number of letter3:reccivcd from patients recovering thro* theironeans is really prodigious, and:.tliecom-, plaints which they have cured, are almost ns-va, ried as they are numerous. But still'there are" some in which'theyjire more especially beneficial than in'tttlrersp&nd ...

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

Clover Seed for Sale. "100 BUSHELS OF CLOVER SEED " ¦"US T received from Ohio, and for sale a1 ^tJt the Warehouse of the subscriber in the bor' ¦ bugh.of Carlisle., Also a large quantity of TimcthySted. U " ' . HENRY RHOADS. r" December 20, 1838. . .' - tf ¦ •:"•

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

-P4.MOY STOVES. A SPIiJVDID assortment of fancy Franklin arid Parlor; Storves, intended for coal or wood. Abo, a variety.pf Cmklmt Stovesot the most ecoiidriiical-anil.approved kind;:.. Wood staves and other castings for sale either finished or in the plates, very cheap for cash or approved country, produce. l_-..- .i-.'.->,<. •,.... .;• j. Pieis, FoF.niita ;& .TutintuM..: Oak Grbve Furnace, Oct. 4, 1838. . tf.

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

' | FOR SALE. - A tot;of prime Western Hams,'-', ,;:"; OiiBnewTillberry,;- -:'' " '.':- "¦'' /. ' . ¦"''¦",'''''', Tvvp sets brass mounted Harriess, '¦ * ^_' ", Two good young Horses, suitable for farmers' osev - Also.ji greatva^letyot'ZJrtf Goods,~'Gfo. *eries,Ui.' v- ¦-¦ .-".'¦ •=;• -''•'-- -..'-.'-'^ .... -: .J,,: . . JHAMmTON & GRIERr Carlisle-, March 2S> 1839i " :i-^-~i—„: .:.

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

TO xtHJUactau ^ Bxract.imtffPC P. ©OODiS IlVIPnOVEWrENT IN BRIDGES. "¦7IRANGIS GOOD, of the township of New JP London, in the county of Chester, and state otPennsylvania, obtained letters patent fqr an improved plaii bf erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength arid per manency 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 wheii built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the' stream; the Bridge being constructed and secured in such a manner, that if the water should rise so'high as to run over the top ofit; the Bridge would remain firm; and secure. The plan lias been submitted to.ttpnm ber.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.h...

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

| Dfc 'Wx\ l^an^arhojail# WAs fE^EMALES who aVeiiaily troubied wl&itiiat P^distressm&disease;,'acjKWra<^^which destroys the peaceandj.happiness bf, tlTbhsauds, tan be efrectaal|y;tUMd-Ay. ' flsing-Dr.-Evans' Camomile. 1 qmc arid Fsmlly •: kpf erreht, PiiIs.riyideblherchedlcal advertisements. : ;1'P-

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

^ TO THE PUBLIC. \ MORE PROOFS of the efficacy of. Dr. W. Evans' Camomile; Tonicand-Family Aperien"t,Piirs.r-,Mr.i Jbshu^.Swfiin,. pape.Muy county, N. i., effectually restored tphealtKfrom the following 'distressing sy brbtiSiiis^Extreme debility, attended with 'cbi^stint'phin in thb side, back and limbs; giddiness and dimpessi Pf'sight; sickness atthe stomach.jimpaired appetite; .difficulty of, breathing; great pressure arjd.weight at the stomach after.eaUngi.deprcssibs. 'pf spirits, eoldriess arid we'akhess'bf th'&extjfemities; flying paiiis in thtchestjxostivehessVartdbther symp* trims notnedefesai'y tb^enumeratei'MrSS-Swain, wlfoibf .the aforesaid 'Mr/Slvaiii(.has'als6'been restored to health by the above invaluable medicjnes.:. Hersymptomswyre-'rner.vonsnesSj.head ache, p4iri"in the side, loss of.appetite, disturbed rest, eructations, &c.;'jrhc public.h're'hereby irifofmed that their tnotiyeVfor making this declamtion aire,-that otbe!rsafflicted with like fe'y...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 April 1839

IMPORTANT TO PEM'AliES. TTkR. WM. iEVANS''Gaiiiiiihifi// 'Pills.havc JLJ'j proyed-.tpdjcithp JliPJt'fiset'ul.medicirtd now beture, the publici, ip. eradicjUing.all'.the diseases cphnect'e&.w.itI\\£hp'.ie!riW 'datigerpqs' epp'chstb'fcm'alcs is attire change of life, arid it is fhfen th'at'th' ejf:Ve(i'ull'e,tt-meHicine, which wilUso lnvigarate1their.'mlfld;abd;sti'eirKtheu: their-constitutiopsivaK. may enable'.it'Kem to withstand ^he.shock.j Ladiesjivli.oiUrein.utlelicate ,s"t,ate, ave pfteu,trpi)bled with siefebess/puch nsVomitihg.-lieart'bu' rh.iie'ad iiche", fqofli ache, hysterics, and other troublesome symiJtbrifs.from which they.will-find theitiSeTvosrelieved, by talcing Dr. Evans' Camomile Pills, which remove disorders in the head,-invigorate the niind, strengthen the body, improve the memory, and enliyetythe imagination. -Rememberjng.alwavs to keep tlie bTiwelsbnen'-ivHVvEvarib'Family Aperieht Aoti-bilious Pills. For sale nt the Oti'.O < Herald Office, Carlisl...

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

TIlItASHl III 1^1 ItlNES ;•;-.-.: .-'i':-'. U;.^ i^ub'^i- .J''-"- '¦ ":„-''- ' . .V;;''''-v''«tt^^d*i«R;'' '-';'1;-;;: CALL Ayi) EXAMJNE Foil' TOURS E LVE S.' The subscribers",'thankful for pastfavors,take tliis.rriethTriairiE. 'irifhrfbifig'th'epliblic that they still Eontinue the building of ^Thrashing Machines aud-//ors,ff Poivcr, at-t,heir old stand, in Louther. street, Carlisle; where Farmers and others can at'all times be siipplied. They have made a considerable, impro.veni.'.'nt .on the. .power...and—machine, ami have also attached a CLOVER THRASHER, . which for durability and simpleness of construction.is.surpassed by none. Having; all manner of confidence in the supe-' riority of the above mentioned machine, &c. they are willing that Farmers shall test them before making the purchase. .; Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine will please make application at the,, public house of. John Cornman, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May 3,1838. c >...

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