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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

TO THE PUBLIC. MORE PROOFS of the efficacy of Dr-W. Evans* Camomile Tonic and Family AP_eii?ut PllJs. -^Mr,_.JnshuajSwain, Cape. May county, N. J., effectually restored to health from the following distressing symptoms:—Extreme debility, attended with constant pain in the side, back andJimbs,"giddiness and dimness of sight; sickness at the, stomach, impaired appetite; difficulty of breathing; great pressure and weight at the stomach after eating; depression of spirits, coldness and weakness of the extremities; flying pains.in the chest; costiveness, and other symptoms not necessary to enumerate. Mrs. Swain, wife of the9 aforesaid Mr. Swain, has alsirbeeu restored to health by the above invaluable me'di cines. Hersynptoms were—nervousness, head ache, pain in the side.loss of appetite, disturbed rest; eructations, &c. The puhlic are hereby infarmed that their motives' for making this declarati in are, that others afflicted with like symp. toms may receive intnrmiition of, an...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

rM.PORTAVT TO FEMALES: DR. WM: EVANS'.Camomile P-ills have pisayed-tn be the iiuistiisefilt'lViedicine now bet.a-li the.-public, InX-radicating all the diseases connected with the temale:sex. On«nf the most dangerous epochs to females is at the chatige o~f life, and it is then thafthey require a medicine, which will sn invigorate their inind.ahd strengthen, their constitutions, as" may enable them to withstand the shock.' Ladies who are in a delioatestate, are often troubled with sickness, such as Vomiting, heatLburn, head ache,"tooth ache, hysterics, nnd other troublesome sympioms.from which they wilt-Mod "themselves relieved, -bytaking Dr. Evans".Cainonfile Pills,"-which remove dis.(rrlerji'in the "hetd,viijvigorate the 'mind,' strengthen, the bodv. improve the.'memory, and ynliven; the imagination. R-membering always to keep the bowels open with Ev ins' Family Aperient Anti-bilions-PjUs-; ^Ft,r s ile.af the :'..-." '-"':' / .. '¦:•¦ HERtCn;Offi'cbrCirlisle and by _-'¦ S. WiLsij...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HE A L.T H. ~~We know that health, and the ability to tabor is the wealth of the great mass of the people in this as in most other countries. Th preserve, therefore, that health by JVA 7 VHAL means', is a grand moral and political scheme, to Jutfil which requires our utmost attention. THE unparalleled reputation which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restorative, is the most unquestionable proof that can be given of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almost every class.of diseases. The number of letters received from patients recovering thro' their means is really prodigious, and the complaints which they have cured are almost as va. ried as they are numerous. But still there are some in which tliey are more especially beneficial thiin In others) and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the sto mach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they are not Only a certain but.an immediate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

. --I'A.w-a-ir-S'Tovss.—— - A. SPE VOID assortment of, fancy. Franklin ¦ and "Parlor Stoves, intended for coal or w.wj. Als-), a varietyrpf Cooking Stoves of the inast econornioal and. approved kind! Wood stoves and other castings tor sale either'finished or in the plates, very cheap for cash or approved •ountry produce. v PtEiii Ft53fti»o &*Thujmuh. .-Oatt Grove Furna<;s5 Oct. 4,1833, ¦; tf

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

T)rrW. Kvana' Camomile Pills. ¦gJ^EMALESwhoaredaily troubled with Hint :l?t distressing disease, Sick Headache, which destroys the peacifand happiness of. thousand^ can be effectually cured by using Dr. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient'Pills,— Vide other medical advertisements. t-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

THRASHINeEf MACHINES ^ .-'¦'.'-.'' ' AND - - BOBSE FOWJ3R CALL *-WO EXAMINE FOR- TOVHSELVEs! Tlie subscribers, thankful for past favors.take this method of informing the public that they stillf.nritinue.the buildinn of Thrashing ' Machines and Horse Power, nt their old stanii, it, Lnuther street,-Carlisle, where Farmers and others can " at all times be supplied.""They-have made a considerable improvement mi. the power and - jiiaphine, arid have also att'arhed a ' ¦ ¦ :> « I" ><DLOyERTHRASHEK, ^ which for durability and simpltness of construction is surpassed by none. - ?. - ._:' -Haying all miioner of confidence in the superiority of the above mentioned machine; fccrtbey "" ire willing that Farmers shall test therri before! inaking,the piiKeShasexV \:''.•' 'Persons, wishing1 to purchase or examine- the ^ machine will.-please make applirntion ,at the niiblic house of John. C'-rnmaiii CiirliOe. ' "..'¦.' - : NEVIUS;& Mll'CHELL. ' W£sr.l?.3Jl£y :'¦:"..' '...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

Terms of Publication The American volunteer U published every Thursday rhorning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at /\t>o Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. No "subscription taken foV a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted until air arrearages are paid. A. failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of a term, will be considered a new" engagement. Advertisement!) will be thankfully received, and published at the rate of glOO per square lor three insertions.and 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Those hot specifically ordered Will be inserted till forbid. Hindbills, Blanks, Cards, &c. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AOEBTTS I*OH TJtfi VOLUNTEER. The following Gentlemen will please act as agents for this papers siibscriptionsreceived.and money paid to cither of theseindividuals willbe acknowledged by us. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

PO K TR.Y /¦or the volunteer. Tbo Botanist Benighted. In a lonely Forest where sweet flowers were springing. The wild woods of Nature made gay by birds singing! . In scenes thus enchanting, one day I was roaming. Never marking the lime, norfearinglhe gloaming: i. Flora's beauties surveying and culling her charms With pleasure profound, and unmov'd by alarms. I wander'd unheeding and at rar.dnm did rove, •Till envelop'd I was inn green shady grove! Its beauties with rapture round my heart did entwine, • ' . Until twilight invbk'd the remembranceoftime. I now thought of safety, my heart fill'd with sorrow; Ev'ry effort was vain—no hope till the morrow. I satme down pensive, amid sylvan grandeur My heart gently chid me "why do you thus wander?" \ Solemn stillness prevail'd in the forest nrcundj I breathlessly list'ned but! heard not a sound: With no light, to guide me,.save from yon starry s*y. To move would fve "been madness—I resolvV ,., not to try, JnTheseloiiefy'maies, myse...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

"nSFOt CETTERr" Remaining ill the Post-Office at Carlisle, Pa. May 1st, 1859. Enquirers will please say advertised. .-•—•A . L • .' M" ¦ ¦ :• Atchley Catharine . Mordorf Abraham Ahn Robert ' Moore William . Aughinbaugh Polly Myers William G Abraha'ms Hannah Mountz Adam Anderson James . Miller James Allen Charles G. Martin iPaul B Mana John Brenner George Moor David Beelings Elizabeth Mason Rebaca A • Bosserman E ' Milmerr Jacob Beaty Nancy - Miers Jeremiah Bradley Thomas Myers Moses Brenner George Mixiel John Bloser John Miles William Brimlte George Moore Francous Brown Miss Ann. Morrison Margaret Bitzer Henry * Miller David Boileau Sarah Miller Mary Baker Jacob McDonald Thomas Bevins Christian McCartney Catharine C ' McCartney John Clay John C McNeal Daniel 2 Culbertson Jos McLaughlin Peter Crall Samuel McHoes Peter Campbell William ? McCnnl Alexander 2 or Fanny J McMillan Michael Cavis Jane N Craighead John W Neidich Samuel Culp Margaret Near Dr L L Chambers Thos. O' Clark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

STRENGTH OF THE DIFFERENT NAVIES IN THE WORLD. The following is a list of the different vessels held by various nations, either afloat oi in ordinary, at the close of the last year. ¦ England. 90 Ships of the Line, 93 Frigates, 53 Steam Ships of War. France. 49 Ships of the Line, 60 Frigates, ¦'- 37 Steamers. Russia. 50 Ships of the Line, ^ 25 Frigates, 8 Steamers. U\ S. ofJimerica. 15 Ships of the Line, 35 FrigateSj Sloops, &c. 1 Steamer. Egypt. 12 Ships of the Line, ¦ 7 Frigates; Turkey. J\5 Ships of the Line, 15 Frigates, _._ 3 Steamers. Holland* - * -: -— 8 Ships of the Line, 18 Frigates, ' _ 4 Steamers. - ' Denmark^ - 6 Ships of the Line.' ^ Siueden. ; 10 Ships of the Line, ;. 8 Frigates, ,,. ¦ ? Steamers. ¦ ' Spain. S Shipsof the Line, ..'^_ - 4 Frigates. . Z-.. ' ¦ ,'..'¦ ¦ Maples. . ,.: \':: , 2 Frigates, ¦, . -.s.--. l'Sf earner.:"" . — •—--. ' ¦ -"—r ;:, .Sardinia.'- ¦r--; • ¦ '—'.',..-,. .-r ,^~6-Frigatesj:—;—rr—^ ^~^ .:'.-.'-"'•¦.".;'. .SSteame.rs. : ..,.¦;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

AWFUL THUNDER STORM. A Mother Struck Dead iu tho midst of her Infants. ""From the correspqhdencc of the.Tqronto Patriot, we learn that earljfcon ^Kb (morning of the 28th March, a dreadful stornYof thunder and lightning visited-: driver St. Clair, and that "sobri after daylight' the inhabitants were made -acquainted-with the following melancholy and heart-rending accident! Mr. Henry Agar, residing on the river bank, about a mile above this place, who, with three others, had been out all night, doing duty as volunteers! about daylight returned home with the intention of taking-rest.' On his near approach to the house, he discovered the ridge boards somewhat out of order, and on approaching still nearer he discovered fragments of wood, broken class, &c, which impressed liis mind that the house must have been injured by the alarming storm. He openedthe door, when he found one of his little daughters, six years old, and another three years, taking care of die infant of nine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

''.. o^-ji^IA^RilBD:;,;^!^:;;.! 1;Qfc ^?sday7th^i4th.iris^by the Rev. A.' B. ^uay>- -Majr Samuel;~Clarkfo{- Monroe township to Miss^Mdry^-Mateeri eldest daughter-bfMajV A. Mateer; bf Lisbu'rii.-;'r'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

tCJf'Senex"—No. 3, is too-causae—besides,.we think he is paying more attention to certain "characters than they deserve.— For these reasons we think it advisable "to suppress the communication which, came to hand on Tuesday. We hope our correspon--dent will, upon second thought, be satisfied with the "course we.havc taken, ,-~, JCTTSeveral items of importance will "be found on-our first page—amongst others,an ¦extract from the .correspondence between our Minister at London, Mr. Stevenson, and Lord Palmerston, the British Miriister, on the subject of the Boundary question," Well—the long agony is oyer, jmd the public now know wlio is the editor of the Herald. In view of the position Mr,.Crabb -occupied some four years ago, and the bitterness, with which- he denounced-the party whose mouth piece he now is, we may well •exclaim^"wonderful, the swops and change' s!" But, to the point. The'ncw editor acts out with the asseveration-to "extend all due courtesy and kindness "to his brot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON & COUNMAN. .... . t> -. ii ¦ ' • * ' i ¦¦¦•- «¦ VV^i>i,i!J ,;!t j'. ¦ ' ..¦ '.*; VA'."\\'a'ii; '»?;v/^ , ¦ -^^^^|!|^g^ -.-CARLISLE! THUttSbAV, MAY 33, 1B30.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

THE MARKETS Baltimore, May 17,1839. ' Flour—-The receipt price by railroad is 86; 62i and by wagons 96. 75. ' Wheat—Maryland red at $1. 50.to,.$l. 55. Rye—continues at 95cts. Corn^-sales ot yellow at 88 a 90 cts. WJiiskey—The wagon price of bbls now, ranges from 36.to 37 cts. Philadelphia, May 18. Flour 87.25 per bbl.—'Rye Flour, $5.37j per bbl.—-Wheat,® 1,66 per bu.—Rye, 81.08 pea bu.^Corn, 92 cts.—Cloverseed, $12.75 per bu.—Flaxseed, 81.80 per do.—Whiskey from wagons, 37 a 38 cts. "::*"" ¦ ' • ' ' ' Messrs. Sanderson and Common:—Can you tell the reason why FLOUR sells in Chambersburg for six dollars a barrel—in Baltimore for six dollars and seventy-five cents, inspected—and in Carlisle for seven dollars and twenty-Jive cents.i without inspection—thus subjecting the buyer to get common flour, or middlings, when he pays fifty cents more than Baltimore price? Is it because our borough officers have not moral courage to make laws to protect the rights of the citizens, or moral h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

CABINET MAKING . .B^SINStiB.-T HE subscriber wishes, respectfully, to inform the inhabitants of Carlisle and the public in general, that having recejved a regular course of instruction in the above ' business, he has just returned from the city ot Philadelphia, with a complete-ussortment-of- the best ' . . ~ MAHOGANY, ' — and other necessary materials, and is now prepared to manufacture-in thc_most fashionable and substantial manner) . SBORBTAniBS, BUREAUS, CENTRE AND END TABLES, Stands, &c. &c, and will be thankful toall who may please to patronise him. His, terms shall be as moderate as the nature of the work and the exigence of the times Will afford. Approved country producetaken in payment. To close the concern, BEDSTEADS»f various kinds will be made, upon which the weary may re/iose—"ani\~, should Death overtake them, COFFINS will be made according to order, in which to deposite their remains that they may be at rest. iC?"Please call at his shop in North Hanov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

A STRAY HORSE CAME to the residence ofthe subscriber, in East Pennsborough township, Cumberland county, on the 14th inst. Said horse is a sorrel, about.fourteen bunds high, about six years old, with white hind feet. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take him away, or he will be disposed of according to law. -.sir - " ELIAS EYSTER. • May 23, 1839.-.;•??>; ".. ' 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

BR.-SWAYNESXOMPGUND SYRUP OF PKUNUSVIRG1NIANA.OR WILD CHERRY.—This medicino ia ofTuiod tn the public us an effectual remedy in all affections indicative ot Fulmonary diseases, both in theit,r«i cent and more advanced stages; such ris" Asthma Pulmonary Consumption, recent or xhronic coughs, hoarseness, hooping cough, wheezing, and difficulty of breathing, spitting of blood, night sweats, Sec. This remedy is highly useful to persons whose nerves have been injured by calomel or excessivc_grlef,4;reat_lp_ssj)£b!oed, the suppression of accustomed discharges, or cut.ineous eruptions, intemperate habits,or other causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervous system. How many persons do we daily behold approaching to an untimely grave.wrested in the bloom of youth from their dear relatives and friends, afflicted with that common and destructive ravager, called Consumption which soon wastes the miserable sufferer until they be come beyond the power of human skill. If such sufferers wou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

AN ORDINANCE To' false the'eam'Of. fifteen Hundred Dollars, to defray the incidental expenses.of the Borough of Carlisle! -'-.' ¦ ,-.'. THE people:of Carlisle, by their Town Council,' hereby ordain ,that the sum bf fifteen hundred'dollars, clear.'of the expense ot collection,, beassessed, levied and raised Irt pursuance of thp charter of incorporation, frorri and upon the inhabitants 'ot the borougtiof Carlisle for the year 1839, to be applied'to defray the expenses of said borough, and to meet sufch appropriations as the Council have made, or shall from" time to time make, for the ensuing year for borough purposes- 1 Passed inTown Council the 18th day of May, A. D. 1839. JACOB WEAVER, Prcst. pro. tern. Jacob Squieb.. Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 23 May 1839

Interesting. Cure PERFORMED by Dr. H. Swayne's Com. pound Syrup of PrunusVirginiana, or Wild Cfierry.—Having made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cured my child. The symptoms were Wheezing and Choking of Phlegm.dimculty of breathing.atten. ded with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, Sec. of which I had given up all hopes of its recovery, until I was advised to make a trial of this invaluable medicine. After seeing the wonderful effects it had upon my child, I concluded to make the same .trial upon myself, which entirely relieved-me of a cough that I Was afflicted with ^for many years. Any person wishing to see me can call nt my house in Beach ftreet, above the Market, Kensington. ¦"~ .. " JOUN WlLLCOX. Philadejphia, Dec7, 1838. . . The above mpdicine is for said by ~ - J. J. MYERS & Co., Carlisle.

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