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

Interesting Case Cured? , ir.Dlt. IVit. EVAHS' CAMOMILE TONJC 4Nf) , FAMILT APEKIENT PILLS. .. BENJAMIN BOWN, corner bf Shippen and •George streets/Philadelphia, was affected for.-seven^years "with''extreme nervousness,'by which he was not able to write his name: His symptoms werceruscation, daily spasmodic pain in the head, lbss'tjf. appetite, palpitation of the he'arti gi'ddiiiess and dimness of sight', also inability of engagmg'm'-anyHhing that demanded yigoco'r-cdurageVsickness of; the stomach, im> paired'appetite,. coldness and weakness7of tlie $xtremitiesremaciatipiv_jmd extreme'debility," disturbed rest, a serisepf ipressure and weight on the stomach' afterlejitiog,: great .mental despondency, severe flying pain's iii'tlie^chest, back arid side,«costivenesstand*a (Jislike for society: Mud conversation. ^ Mr.^B. has. made trialsipf vorious medicines now before'the public") but to\o effect; until, obsefrving in h:public paper: sbmcScures performed bj^ryyWilliam Bvans...

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

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

[^wTOSTH^IflJBJLie. .-„.. IjCl0^'the- P^POSf <lf reniovihg ;a general pre' WfljjjdjteJ.h&x. p.revails_aga?nst the Honaoeopathic precl1ce.orniedicrhe.as' well as" to'give a guiettis-i&i^kunfoupded reports of,some interested' indjvlduals-doncel'niiig'it^ the1 subscriber thinks.it.necessary, l(yp>esent to the public the following voluntary certificates of cures performed by hlm,: from persphs'of, respectability, Ion;; known in the borough o'f. Carlisle.'" P6rsbnssim ilatly afflicted may. have their complaints as .well as their, prejudices removed, by;-calling'on F. EHRMAN, Homoeopathic Physician, E:' Main street, Carlisle. December 27,1838. !;'.-.'n. .-"" ¦' ' ;::;;;¦• T | ¦ |;1U.JW^-H Of thtJffomajopaihic, oye'r fjie old practice of' Mcdicb}e fairly'esfablishcd. TO WHOM MVM ASICONCERK. QJOMliTIME thejaSt of August, A. D. 1837, f3 a small pr6tuberari' ce appeared on my face ,near my left eye:. I thought it was what is called a blind boil, and treated i...

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

H E A EiT H. - ffV kndw that health, and tfie ability to labor is'tlie wealth of the great mass of the people in this as.in.most .other.countries. To preserve, therefore' , that health by NATXJKAL means, is ¦ i grand mordl 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, iiralmost every class bf diseases. The number of letters received from patients reepvering thro' their means is really prodigious, and the complaints which they have cured are almost as varied as they are numerous. .But still there are some in which they are more especially beneficial than in others; and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they arc not only a certain but art immediate cure. It is well known that ...

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

TO DRUGGISTS. —A-Drug Store situated in a town in one rif the most fertile sections of Pennsylvania, is offered for saleT 'Tqa perpnft of moderate capital, there are but few more desirable situations. A House and Lot will be rented to the purchaser, it required, and possession thereof ^iven at any time. For further particulars enquire of the Editors of the Volunteer. January 31, 1839. 7t.

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

MACBIINIST AMD r Burr Manufactur6 * The subscriber wishes,,tp inform hls;friends and )he public thai he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of riiachineryfor Woolen Factories, together w'(th ' ' ". FRENCH BURRMIIL STONES. at his old stand ih New Cumberland.'all of which he will warrant tp'Befmad<5; iti? the best workmanlike manner and of 'the best materials, and sell at the lowest prices, uppniaccompiodatihg terms".' ¦ " " '';¦• -,',:'-' ..,.-'• A.constant supply of Cards will.be kept on hands, and old machines repaired. .," ABR'M MELLINGER. June1 21, 1838. ' " .,'.' :.'' ly ' , ¦',•

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

. TO JDEPfTISTJV''''& The subscriber furnishes Dentists, with' his celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which have been'spoken of in the highest terms of conW mendatiop t>y all ¦who.have used them "and by numerous men of profound chemical knowledge who have examiriedth.erh. Als#, JIumari'Peeth. Gold Foil.Tih do.^fjTc: -Sec. including every articleof material used in Dental Surgery., Teeth'; gold, ac. sent by mail to any part of the Union when ordered. F.'H. KNAPP,' . May 31,1838. Surgeon Dentist, Baltimore

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

<:;:• ^ AlTCnr STQVES. ¦ A*/>Ayfl/0-~SsSortm-§Bi.of fancy Franklin and-Parlor Stovesi intended for.coal or .wood.. Also, a variety of Cooking-Stoves of the most ecp.namicalrana.approveil-hind. Wood stoves:and other castings Kr sale cither fihished or in the.plates, very cheap foj-cash or approved country produce.- ¦ -"':-..-i*' PtEIS, FOEIUNO. &TKDDrtJM;::i Oak Grove FurlTace, Oct.'4,'1838.": Vtj:.

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

--dFCARD. ,.-,—-^-v Dr. Knap>i, Dentist, returns his thanks toils riends for the liberal: patronage, which.he has eceiyed,- and gives;notice that he "wilf continue 0 visit Carlisle, annually." ¦ '... ,"- ¦ • '•'' f " C1

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

Job Printing ' Neatly aryl expeditiously execu ; -1-' ted at this officei. ?/ ' :'

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

M r-^-^if9VGattvfJnaci'APilIs: "HjlEMALES whp.are.daily- troubled with that HP idisliressinE.disqase, Sick Headache, which destroys the peace and happiness of- thousands, can b ^; effectually snred,?bya,9irig; Dr. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Fatnily .Aperient-Paisi^r Videothermedical advertisements:¦¦-

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

. TOatHlE-pjJBlLlC. MORE PRO.OF&'.if the efficacy of Dr. W. Evans' -(Camomile.Tonic and Family Apeiieut Pills-^-Mr. Joshua Swain,; Cape Majr county, N. J;, effectuallyrestored to health frorti the f011oy?iug distressing symptonis-^-ExtreMe dehility.'^ttended with-.constant paih.in tlie side, back and limbs,'gjddiness arid dimness of sight sickness at the storiiach, 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 the aforesaid Mr.'Swain,.has also been restored to.healtb.by the above invaluable medicines. Her symptoms were—nervousness, head ache, pain in the side, loss of appetite, disturbed rest, eructations,-See. 1 Thcpublic are hereby informed that their motives for"makhig this'dec jaration are, that others afflicted with like symptoms may receive inf...

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

tMPORTJLiyT-TO FEMALES*. DR. WM. EVANS'. Camomile Pills have proved \o b6 thermost useful medicine now betore the public, in eradicating all the diseases connected with the tfimale sex; > One of the most dangerous epochs to femalesis at the change ol life, and it is then that they require a medicine, which will so invigorate their'mind/and strengthen-thfiirVcon'stitutionsr«s. may-enable them to yvithsjand the shock.,- Ludies-wlio are in a deli cate state, are often" troubled with sickness, sucl as vomiting, heart burn, head ache, tooth achi hysterics, and other troublesome symptbms;froii which thev will find.themselves relieved, by ta kingOh Evans' Camomile Pills, which remov disorders in the head, invigorate, tlie mini! strengthen the body, improve the memory, an... nliven the imagination.' Remembering alwa. •n.keep the bowels.open with Evans' Family AL oerient Anti-bilinus Pills. Forsaleat the . ; , r. 1.' "-; . HEaAtbOffice; Carlisleandb . .'.''': '" ¦ :"' . Si WStgSoi K...

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

DOT^TSLS .LIPJINfJ PT7'S,IP. ' THE subscribers having purchased the -pat. eiit right ofTtreixsell's DouhleLifting Pump lor Cumberland, Perry, Juniata.& Mifflin ci unties, hereby give notice that they are now. pre* pared to finish and put up at the shortest tu tice the above mentioned' . VALUABLE PUMP. and at so reasonable a rate that almost any person will be able to procure one. F10111 the knowledge the subscribers have of the great mil Hy of the Pump, which is constructed on the principle of the fire engine, they hazard nothing in saying that it will fully come up to public expectation. The public are requested to call at the depot adjoining Mr. Aughinbaiigh's Hotel in Carlisle, where one ot the pumps can be seen in full operation in the course of 11 few davs? .JAMES FERGUSON,"/.an</;s6Hr(r.> A. YOUNG, Carlisle. & March 15, 1838. LIVJ3H COMPLAINT, "'- Cured hy Dr. }Vm. Evans' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient Pills.. " MRS. LYTLE,- Mount Joy,- Lancaster ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

Terms of JPttblicaiifnih 1 -The American Volunteer Is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Two Dollan>\>er. annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the-year; 7 No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted tiritil all arrearages are paid. A. failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of a term, will be considered, a new engagement. Advertisements will be thankfully received, and published at the rate of gl 00 Per square tor three insertions, and 25 cts. f"r each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. Handbills, Blanks, Cards, Uc. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AGENTS FOR THBVOLTJHTEER. The following* Gentlemen will please act as ^agents for this paper; siibscriptiorisreceivicl,and money paid to either of the.se individuals will be aeftnowj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

# # <& €'20 €9ii a love by Moonlight. Givc.me the hour of the moonlight eve—The night breeze gently, sweeping. As fondly it struggles its wings to weave With the sweets of the fiowrets sleeping, .. And the streamlets is lulling to love and to rest The treacherous stars that repose on its breast! Give me the hour, when the lucid sky, With the moon's cool light its gleaming, And the exquisite fire of my love's eye With purity's ray is beaming. And nought but the delicate glow of her cheek Confesses the fondness her glances bespeak. Give me thatj hour, to the wretch unknown Whose heart was neverglowing With love'3 holy rapture, nor dares to own The tear of affection flowing;— ' Oh, ne'er may the sunbeam of.beauty be thrown, On the soul that refuses its-essence te*own. Tliree'weelis. before marriage. Oh! ask me not which.is the light I prize lo the changeable round o£ the playlnl skies, I cave for no light but the. lighwbf your eyes— • Solum it sweetly on me Fanny...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

ui s aEfcL Ana-o trs.:' THE CA&TIVE BOY. A STORY OF THE PRAIRIES.. All who are conversant .with the early history of our country, will Recollect that our fi-oirtier ¦ = settlements-were-many-years ago, before the power of the aboriginees, was broken and subdued, frequently laid waste and desolate by the'incursions of the Indians, who, not content with pilaging and destro}'- ing whatever property came in their way, marked their footsteps with blood, and made captives of all whom glutted vengeance or caprice induced them to spare. It hapnened in one ot these incursions that a yduTig man named Bird, with his wife and child, an infant about six months old, were made prisoners. The quantity of plunder in possession of the savages making the assistance of the unfortunate father andmother necessary, their lives were spared for the especial purpose of assisting in carrying it off; they were shown their burdens and directpd to follow. The mother knowing the fate which in these'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

LORD DURHAM'S PLAN FOR CAN A DAT—--v ' i ^ A letter from Quebec is published in tho Courier of 24th, professing to give an outline of what Lord Durham intends to propose in Parliament, respecting tlie Canadas, its principal features are, To abolish the name of Canada, and di- . vide the two provinces into four, with the names of Quebec, Montreal, Kingston and Toronto—these, with tlie provinces of New Brunswick &c, to bear the general name of British North America!"'"". This British N. A. to have a secretary and office for itself in London, and be governed ' by a viceroy. Each province to have its own Legislature and the tvholc country to be divided into municipalities, th6 people thereof electing their own officers. The clergy reserves, Jesuits' estates,.and all funds for education to be thrown into ono general fund, and distributed among the school districts. Each province to send one or more members to the British Parliament. Great arrangements to be made for ih'te...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Jlemaining'in the .Post, Office at Carlisle, Fa. February 1st, 18G9. Enquirers wiH please say advertised- ¦ A. ¦ M ithias Jacob Agunonv R Esq Miller Susan. ,Alleji_JaJn_M. Muninu Jacob Aim Chambers ¦ Murhy Jiihn Ask.with Anne D Moore Mary Ann B ~" Minnich Peter Brennan Micheal 'Mell Jane . - Hell Jane ' Miller George -Bosseman E 2 Moore Mary J - -= - Bowers Abraham Meredith Catlien Bevins Christian Miller John Bonham J E ' M.itson Peter Brown Ann MA-ers'Mary Jane Boyle Elizabeth M ¦ Meel Katrina Dlackburn George 2 Marltwart Jacob Brown Elizabeth - JOTc Harnhai't John Mc.Vey Milliam D Brcchbill Philip -McAl'ister Junies Beaty Nancy VV Mclilwee Charles Boilieu Leah ' Mc-Donell Elizabeth Brecbbill Elizabeth. Mr.Aral Hioiel Beelman Christian McCu-ter John Beaty Mary McMullen William Binihart Margaret McCaliao Neal Billings Elizabeth MeGuire Patrick Baker William Mclntire B Esq Brown James - Mc artnev N-mcy BuHington Anna McClary El ward 'O McLaii'ihli" Peter Cltrll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

;': P,H.KMPP, Surgeon- Dentist'arid Manufacturer of the'Sili - Metallic or Mineral Incorruptible-Teeth, N' VlCrcorner of Charles and Fayette streets, -Bal titnore. • \j;-_-\^ •'.- °."; 'r . May.-3J, lffi|8.

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