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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

ATTENTION ARTILLERY* '\i| ..Y.OJi. are ordered':to .pafade, on A\ your'usual ground on:FRit)A't:the' jrajl 22nd of February inat^nt^ at 10 o'- j^J' 'cIock, A. M.-, completely equipt, Bfjl "with arms in good firing order:C( -• ii¥ By order of Capt. Biddle.; ¦ . / ]M JOHN R. KERNAN, O. S. ;„JBL.' February 7, 1839.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

ATTENTION iNFANTRYi t You are . ordered to parade on your usual ground, on FRIDAY:the 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, A. M., in winter uniform, with arms and .accoutrements in good order. By order of the Capt. THOMPSON SPOTSWOOD.O.S. Feb. 14,1839. N. B. The Medal will be shot for on that day.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

.;¦'STATEHJPTT, ; Of the Receipts and Expenditures loif Cumberland County i By the Commissioners of said county, from the 1st day of January to the 31st day of December, A. D. 1838, inclusive. _ DR. WILLIAM S. RAMSEY, ESft., TTREASURER. CR. To balance due county, received from former treasurer $ 503 59J , , By cash'paid on Commissioners' orders, -*c. vis: . Balance of tax outstanding on the 1st Jan. 1838 4872 68* For tuition and stationary for podt children, __..,_.._ . * 493 59 Amountof taxes assessed for 1838 19105 46 Grand imd Traverse Jurors pay, 2244 25 Cash received on loan from J. Stuart, Esq. "300 00 Auditors for settling ^ accounts fori 837; 45 00 j,0 j0 Robert Armstrong 500 00 Witnesses fees m criminal prosecutions, 475 21 i Do do Joseph Clark 665 Op Justices' do do 59 04 Do for an estray from David Hume, Esq. 10.00 Constables' do do _ "^ 24 Fees due county from delinquent collectors 13 37. Pnnting forxounty, 132 24 Do. received on unseated lands, &c. - . 15 05 C...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber respectliilly informs the Inhabitants of Carlisle, and thepublip generally, that he still resides at his Old Stand, in North Hanover street, opposite Mr.,E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where tie continues to carrjr on the Cabinet JUakiHff Business, in all its various branches. He has lately fur* nished himself with anew and SPLENDID HE4RSE, Sec. to accommodate all those who may iavor him with a call. He return's his sincere thanks toMiis friends and customers tor the liberal en* eouragement bestowed orihimt. & Solicits a con» tinuanc- of their patronage. He flatters himself that by strict attention to business and a disposition to please, to merit and receive a share ol publicpatroriage. - . , . - • N. B. One or Two Journeymen Cabinet Ma. kers wanted, to whom liberal wages will be given. An apprentice, will be taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. . _;-: ."it GODFREIDHAAG. Carlisle, December 6, J838.—tf.-

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

rHRASHINQ MACHINES AND HORSE FOWEB. CALL JtHD EXAMINE FOR rOVaSSLFSs! The subscribers, thankful for past favorartake :his method of informing the public that they itill continue the biiilding of Thrashihg:Machines »nd Horse Power, at their old stand, in Louther itreet, Carlisle, where Farmers and others cart it all times besupplied; They have made a soDsiderable improvement bu the- pbwet and machine; and nave also attached a , CLOVER THRASHER; which for durability and simplenessof construction is surpassed by none. _ Having all manner of confidence in ,the superiority of the above mentioned machine; tec they Ire willing that Farmer* shall Ust tUem before making the purchase,. - ,, . • _ Persons wishing to pdrchase. or examine the machine will .please, make application at the shop, or to I. Lawsho, Agent, at Macfarline's hotel, near the Court House^ Carlisle. _ noi«, near tue vnbVjus "^ MITCHELL. -May 3.1838. / "• |

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

A VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY TOR SALE: fiSHE subscriber will, dispose of; ai private J. sale, thebroperty which he St pi-eseot occupies, situate in East Louther street, Carlisle, vizi- A Lot of Ground, with a two story , ^*M£T™ STONE-HOfTSE.' -,;' anlllltfSO by 25 feet, and a two story stone IHIIIKback building 38 by 20 feet, with an dHBSRexeellent cellar under the whole building—also a small log house and log stable, with the right of a well of excellent water near thepremlsei. ;, .... ¦'.•," ^T The above property Is well'sittiaWd for public business of any kind, and will be sold lowj as I am determined on removing to tlie' west The payments will be made easy to suit purchasers, ahd an indisputable" title given. Possession can be had on the first of April next.- For further particulars app/y ^ ^ ^^^f ' CarMti 6«pt. 2f, 1838. , '" \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

m. FARMERS' HOTEL- __. .iti High street a Jem^pofs east of the Coiirt"\ ¦ House, ' , i aAktisLi;'.. The subscriber having leased the above named establishment from Mr. Simon Mundetiich,*na Haying provided himself with every thiilg neces^ , saryi is now eriabled to accorttmodate travellers ; 1 and others in a style that will not fail to please.; Hose who may favor him with a call. ; TBS PAH ASTS OElJiABS will receive hisspecial attention,"- These will be "kent constantly provided with the best of L1QU R^' THE LARDER .. . will at all times be abundantly supplied with all the delicacies which the-season and market can f afford, and no exertions will be wanting to pleasethe palate ot the most fastidious. ¦ • THESfABLE's; ;.. are commodious and secure, and a careful ind attentive hostler will be always in attendance. 0O"BO ARDERS will be taken bv the;,weefe^ month, or year, on the most-reasonable|terms.:;.. ¦ A strict attention to business and an anxious desire toplease.will.he trusts^...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

: ^ -•_ -jg^-i ; jps*KdB,:; ¦"_" Carlisle, Pa. Nov. 1, 1838. Arrival and Defiarture of Mails. Arrives: Closes Eastern daily about 13 m. _, 7 p.m. ' ." • . . " " ' r-p.-nu 10a.m. Westerns •• ¦• - «• 12 m. IQji. m. Southern •« «i-12m.. " 7p.-m, Mechanicsb'g " " 12 m; 7p.ro', Newville " -_"- " 12 m. 10 a; m, n.lJA>fBERTOrJiP;,M. '",1 '• ¦ '- '•¦ ¦¦ ' • ¦'-"-• ---*

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

5G0 BUSHELS POTATOES. i --TTUST received.froni Belfast (Maine) and *°r , •» sale at Walnut Street Wharf. 500 bushels . Musser Potatoes. ¦-.".. OWEN McCABE. HarrTsburg, Nov. 15,i 18S8; ' ¦ :¦ t^ ¦ : ¦¦'-¦'.'¦ . l ' -... '" "__._ " .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

FOR SALE, - i a rXRST BATE XKXUX.B TEAMS. TJ^OR further particulars enqire of the sub-•J; scribers.at Oak Grove. Furnace> Perry C0U"ty'-J?LEiS.TCERlN"G fetkUDIUM.. . January 10.1859. , : .. v> -, ¦-»J :\ (^'Lancaster IhtelliBeDcer,'and *Keystone,' insert 3.tiroes and charge this oBice., , "' Clover Seea for /Sfcle. 100 BtTSHBliS OF OtOVERSEED "¦"UST received from Ohio, and for sale at •I the Warehouse of the subscriherin the bon-. . SphofCarii8,e' Also a large quaptity cf Tm-\ itfySeed. ; ^ENRY^HOiAlMB; December20,1838.. ; ... »..? « "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

DR. I. C. LOOMIS, DENTIST* INTENDS residing nermanefittjr ih Carlisle; ahd would respectfully, offer His professional services to the cltiSensOF the place and vicinity,, He has taken rooms at Col, Ferree's Hotel, where he may be found at allhohrs. Persons requesting it will be waited upon at. their-residences. ' -~-£Ur. Georgt D. Foulke, . h*r.~~.n- 3 Or. Theodore Myers, Kejertnce,— <Rev ^^cT%ornton.iL . *- Dr. David AC Mahoh.': Carlisle. Dec. 6,1838. HOUSE AND LOT FOR RENT, THE subscriber will rent for one ^JHjA. ' or more years the White Weath- Btk 81 &A erboarded House and lot of ground, Wlf iBHr situate in South Hanover street.andgBgggga formerly occupied by the Rev. D. McKinley. Possession will be given on the 1st of April next, '-±~. ¦ ,.^-r-.'.".""JOHN AGNEW. Carlisle, Jan. 10.183B.; ,,;.- "/-'tf ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

. EXCHiMJY&m awn AN11 SAViiraB ¦ iwdKSWioif-, Wo. 60 South Fourth St. FhUadelpbia^ CAPITAL 25O.O0O DOLLARS. Open daily for the IrdnSatiion of business from _ ¦-.. 9 A.M. 163P.M. DEPOS1TES of money-received, for .which the following rateof interest willbeallowed: 1 year6 percent, per annum; 6 mos. 6 " . «• . » - v .3 " '« ¦ .•', »•-„.. .';«* -¦ „ .' .-!., On business depositcs, to We drawn at the pleasure of the depositor, no interest will be allowed, , Uncurrent-notes_of_solJ'.eiit„Banks,,jn^everJipart bf tHe United States, will be received as special deposites, on such terms as may be agreed on in each particular case. By order of the Board, w , . .. ' ^ J.DESSAA^CoiAier; Philadelphia, Dec 19,1838. ly .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

Estate of James Brediri, deceased: ¦ -; -;¦;- 7N^>flHE-G-E- : ALL" persons indebted lb the esiiite of the late-James Brediri: dec d; bjrJCarlisl«,_a!Ce-. respectfully requested lo call wlflT the subscriber and settle their respective.accounts, on or before the first day of April next; and those persons who have claims and demands. against the estate will present tliem legally authenticated for settlement. ... ' . . >. \ ANNA BRED1N, Mdm'.*. V Carlisle. lab. 54, 183B. 6t Estate of Malhias Young, dseeassd. _ :.-¦ .... NOTICE. LETTERS of Administration having' been granted to tHe Subscriber residing in Mon' roe township, Ciirtiberlaad county, on the estate of Mathias Ysung; late of said township; dee'd—- this is therefore to notify all persons indebted to said estate, to make payments Immediately, andthose having claims will present them without delay properly authenticated'for settlement. ' „ BNOCH"YOtmG,vMu«V. January 17, 1839. 6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

Tojlie heirs.and legal representatives of JOHN D. WALTENBERGER, late of the Boroiigh cf Newville, dee'd. TAKE NOTICE that I will hold an Inquisition on a writ of Parti'- tion and Valuation, on the premises late of John D. Waltenberger, dee'd., on Friday the 8th day of March 1839, at 11 o'clock A. M., where all interested may attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. SheiifTs Office, ? Carlisle, Feb. 12, .1839. 5 ^ . — : i_lj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

" ':.:;.:; ^fBBTH.-'•¦ SlLteiOUS METAt.Jci OH MlSBRAL INCOR' SlUTHikB TEETH. It has for many years been a great desideratum among European and Apierleaq Dentists;--,to manufacture Tcethfrom incorruptible materials which should" imitate the .natural living Teeth, Many have devoted years to unsuccessful exr periments, and othcrs.have succeeded iii manufacturing teeth oPmaterials 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'ahtftedious experimentsythe subscriber has succeeded in manutacturing teeth of materials entirely iridbrruptible, 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 aycolar process; or other causes may render it necessary, liewill cast of- the same materials attached to the teeth, artificial gums, which shall imitate the gum and supply-tho loss of substan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

COMMON SCHOOLS OF CARLISLE. fT has been resolved that the Board of School Directors of the Borough of Carlisle will hereafter meet on the first Monday of each month in the Town Hall at'nin'e o'clock in the winter, and eight o'clock in the summer, tor the admission of scholars into the public schools, and the transaction of other business. Teachers, parents and scholars,"will therefore.take notice, that the next meeting of the Board will be on Monday the 4th day of" February next, and on tne first Monday of each month following and that these will be the only opportunities afforded for presenting bills and admitting scholars. *• Teachers are informed that the 13th Rule of the published regulations of the Board, which permits a Teacher at his or her discretion, to allow a scholar to attend school, until the next ¦meeting of the Boards has reference exclusively to new scholars, who have not been at any school in the borough for the preceding six months, and of this fact it will' be e...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

A. new Line of Freight Cars X-JAOftE HATUUSBtraG TO PJ3ILADDZ.PHZA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints his friends and the public, 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 gc Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and -despatch.-at-the-lowest-nites-of-freight. Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of Itroad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlislo, Charabersburg, and intermediate places, and by the subscriber, OWEN M'CABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. • 07-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 — 14 February 1839

BISSOiLUTIOIV. The partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers, under the name of Moore and Hiddle is.this day dissolved by,mutual consent, All business of the firm will be settled by John Moore. • ¦ » JOHN MOORE, - . --. EDWAHJXM.J3IDDLE. . Carlisle, January 21, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

CHANGE OF AGENTS ; For Morrison's Universal Medicines. ,;• TnrORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT.late Sole JlS. Agent in the United States, Having been dismissed by„the British-College of Health, Dr. George Taylor now -of-theVity' of New York, ilias beenappoihted Sole General Agent-und Hygia Delegate t"o the United States'. : The said George Taylor has appointed A. D. Olmstcad) of Montrose, Susquehanna county, 'PcnnsylViinia, Sole General Agent for.the, states of. Maryland and Delaware,, and thirty-three ^counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pen'ri-Isylvaniai and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, 'of Allcntown, Lehigh county,-P.a., General Agcrit for four counties in lhe state of New York; and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:—r Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the state pf Ne,w Jersey; Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe* and 'Steuben, in the state of New York. ' ; Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said dis:...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

TO BRIPCfrB JBTTII.PES5.S P. -GOOD'S nviPnovi;iviEriT in bridges. - Jj!RANCISGOO"D,of the township ofTNew , * London, in the county of Chester,'and state : ot Pennsylvania, obtained letters patent for an I improved plan- of-erecting-Bridges over streams-' of water. The plan combines strength and per- ! manency with economy, so much so as not to require, in some situations, more than one half the "exrjenBe:ttreTecra~BviilgeT5n ~tli« p!an,ahd~w1ietr built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the stieami 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 ueen. submitted to a number of scientific men, who 'all pronounce it a ! i ! 1 great improvement. One on this p|an 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. ...

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