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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

_AMgjICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON 8c CORNMAN. v tiJ^MMbt/K/, '¦¦ <^3^jS&«!ii i!l'ii/WW,x<- CARLISLE: THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1830.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

fCT^We invite attention to an article on our first page on the subject of the expenses, of the National Government. It fully exposes the empty slang of the opposition about the extravagant expenditures of the late and present administrations, and gives the lie direct to all their assertions. A tale of thrilling interest, entitled the "Sabbath Wrecks", will be_ found, on the first page. Robert Lusk, Esq. of Mifflin township, has received the appointment of Deputy Smveyor for Cumberland county. .10°A. correspondent wishes us to publish ji.;(»H;>%i*4o-w.n;iiM*^ mderation the propric^ of devising ways and means to prevent any farther imposition by speculators in flour, &c, &c. We decline publishing the call this .weeJs,;for tho Dimple reason, that, we believe, PROVIDENCE is about doing more to remove the evil complained of, than could be acc.om plished by the resolutions of a meeting, or any other plan that could be devised. If our correspondent, for whose judgm...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

From the Philadelphia Inquirer. THE MARKETS SOUTH & WEST. . Our New Orleans commercial intelligence is fo the 15th. Dates from Liverpool to the 8th April had reached that city. The cotton market was at a stand, but prices had undergone very little change. Holders were on tiptoe for the news by the Liverpool. There was no change in sugar or molasses; prime of the former readily commanded 6 a fij c; and the latter was brisk at 34a35 c.— Sales of some lots of tobacco at full prices. Bagging and rope rather inactive at previous quotations. No change in provisions. Flour dull, and some sales made at $6 75, and then for 6 62. Corn had a tendency to decline—light sales at 65c, but buyers would not give that price freely; sales of oats in sacks at 56c. At Lynchburg, [Va.] last week, there were 198 hlids. tobacco inspected, and the sales of manufacturing qualities ranged from $14 to 20 for the finest qualities—inferior and common qualities 8?al Os; good qualities at 13J; stem...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

DI3D:.. • ' .On the 27th tilt, at the residence of her grand flither, Conrad Fasnaught, Sarah Catharine, in the 6th year of her age. On Thursday the 2d Inst, at the residence of his father, in Newburg, 1 Peter Thuma;\n the 4th year of his age, and on the 5th i\ist.'Margaret Ellen, children of Jacob and Mary Fasnaught. " , f In Newburg on the 7th inst. after a long and prntactcil illness, which she bore with christian t'oititude and resignation, Mrs. EUzdbeth Carson, in the 74th year of her age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

POTATOES. rinHE subscriber will sell tit Carlisle and New-JL ville, n Urge quantity of fine POTATOES at 90 cents per bushel, Alercer Isolators nt';i very superior .quality, wll be sold at 91 rents. >—Orders left at H.Rh'nads', Carlisle, and J. Kivuycr, New\ille, will "receive attention. OWEN M'CABIS. May 30, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

Dyspepsia ^ Dyspepsia. f5 there no cure for that distressing disease? is the echo from thousands. "React the many certificates of cures performed.by Dr. Wm. Evans! Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills, The following certificate must certainly convince every person of the great efficacy ol this invaluable medicine. Dr. Wm. Evans—Dear Sir:—I can never be grateful enough for the cure I have received by the use of your invaluable medicine (Camomile Pills,) 1 was for five years very seriously troubled with Dysp. psia, which caused a nervous sensation throughout my system—so much that Isometimcs shook as if I had been afflicted with |.alsy; during all this time 1 took many medicines, but none would cure me. At last, my physician gave me up; but fortunately one dav as'! was speaking to a friend on the'subject he"told me that Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Pills were the only medicine that would cure me, of which I purchased some, and the result is that I am now enjoying perfect health, Any ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

CABINET MAKING-- - « ..BC7SZ1TSSS; THE subscriber wishes, respectfully, to inform the 'inhabitants of Carlisle and the public in general, that having received a regular course of instruction in the above business, he lias just returned from the city of Philadelphia, with a complete -assortment of the. best r 'MAI-IQ.CrANY, , and other necessary materials, and is now prepared to manufacture ,,, the moy fa^hionabh and substantial manner, DBORBTARIBB, " BURBjOTS, CENTHE AND END TABLES, Stands, &c. Ac, and will be thankful to all 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 prodncct.iken inpayment. To close the concern, BEDSTEADS of various kinds will be made, upon which the incarij may rr/iosp—and, should peath overtake them, OOPPINS will be made.-according" to livilpri-in--whic.il to ileposite their remains tljat ihcv ninv-be at rest. il/*Please c.,l| at his shop in Nor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

A STRAY HORSE /Pi A ME to the.rcsidcitce c-f the bubscriber, in ^V East i'viinsljurough township, CiimbiM-land county, on the 14th inst. Sulci horse is-a sorrel, about fourteen linnclji'liiKli, about six years old, with white hind feet. The owner is requested to come forward, prove propi*rty, p:i£ charges and l.ike him away, or lie will be disposed of according to law. ELI AS EVaTEK. ¦ May 23, 1839. . - 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

TRTkU. SWAVNE'S COMPOUND SYKUP _@J?OF IMIUNUS VIUGINIANAIOR WILD CHEKRY.—This, medicine is offered to the public as an rfFcctuul remedy in all affections Indicative ot Pulmonitry diseases, both in their recent and more advanced sti^cdisuch as Jhthma^ Pulmonary Consumption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarseness, trooping cough, wheezing, and difficulty of breathing, spitting of blood, niuht sweats, Sec. This remedy is highly useful to persons wiiose nerves h.ave been injured by calomel or excessive grief., great loss of blood, ihe suppression of accustomed discharges, or cut.menus eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervous s> stem. How many persons do we daily behold approaching to an untimely grave, wrested in the bloom of voulh from their dear relatives and friends, afflicted with that common and destrucive i'.ivager, called Consumption which sonrrwustes the miserable sufferer until they be come beyond the-power of human" slid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

AN^ORUINArNCJG To faise the sum of Fifteen.Hundred Dollars, to defray the incidental cx/iense&Tf the Bor-Qugh.ofCarlislcr. ,. THE people of Carlisle, by their Town Coun; oil, hereby ordain that the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, clear of the expense ot collection, be assessed, levied nod raised in pursuance of the charter of incorporation, from ,nnd upon the inhabitants ot the borough of. Carlisle for the year 1839, to be applied to defray the expenses of said borough, and to meet such appropriations as the Council have made, or shall from time to time make, for the ensuing year for borough purposes-Passed in Town Council the 18th day of May, A. D. 1839. JACOB WEAVER, Prat. /no. tern. Jacob Souier. Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

Interesting Cure PERFORMED by Dr. H. Swayne's Compound Syrup ol Prunus Vlrgininna, or Wild Cherry.—Having made use of. this invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cured my child. The symptoms were Whrczing and Choking of Phlegm.difliculty of bieatliing.alten. ded with constant cough, spasms, convulsions, Jcc. 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 conclifded 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 at my house in Beach rtreet, above the Market, Kensington. John Willcox. Philadelphia, Dec 7, 1833. The above medicine is for sale by _J ¦i:.J..J..MYERS.&:CoT, Carlisle.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

DYSPEPSIA.! DYSPEPSIA!! MORE testimonials of the efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans'Camomile Pills. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. Sir:—Being on a. visit to -Philadelphia, fropi my native village of Germantown, 1 joyfully avail myself of the opportunity of adding a. few words of recommendation to' your celebrated Pills, to the abundant testimony already given in their favor. About four years ago, 1 was at-?ac'frec, Wtri:Dj'spepsih, and for1 several years suffered from1 thai complaint in its worst stages. Notwithstanding I trit'd every thing that cahie before the public, I obtained no relief, till I accidentally saw your advertiscriiontV From the numerous and respectable testimonials which accompanied it, I had some faint hopes that your medicine.might not prove altogether useless in'n'iy own case. I tried it, and it is scarcely necessary to add was shortly cured. Indeed the success was greater than I coultl possibly have anticipated from even the warmest recommendations. As a small return ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

.. TRANSPORTATION TO Sl FROM PHILADELPHIA. THE subscriber has made arrangements with Messrs. Humphreys, Dutill & Co Walnut street wharf,'Philadelphia,' to run a daily line of Union Canal boats to and from that place; to this line is connected a line of cars to rim on the Cumberlarid Valley rail way to Carlisle, Chambers; burg, and all intermediate places, thus affording the-necessary-facilities of rail way and canal transportation; to all persons along tjie rotite. It is confidently Relieved that this ai rangement will materially advantage those who may prefer the'TJriion canal, and every assurance is given that the" utmost despatch will be afforded, and at the lowest rate of freight. . . - GEO.W. LAYNG. _ Hamsburg,.Aprjl 4,._1839.^._ 2m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

NEW. GOOPS! • ANDREWlSlCHARDS, Is now opening a splendid assortment of Spring and Summer GOODS. M the south-east corner of Market Square, well , known as Brcdin's Corner, and recently oceu/iied by Geo. W. Cr-abb, COMPRISING IN PART Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible Green, Adalade and Brown CLOTHS.' ltibbed, Stripeo and Plain CASSIMERES; a splendid assortment of Black,Blue-black .Green, Mause, Fawn, Slate, Qro de Maple," Gro dc Swa, Gro de Scin, and Ress Italian SILKS; Florence assorted colors, together with a splendid assortment of Raigues, Figured Silks, a variety of Prints and Chintzes, new style Lawns, Mouslindelaincs, Ginghams, Painted, Cross-barred, filliped, Jaconelt U Cambric Muslin, u line assortment of ' CALICOES, a superior assortment ot Veils and Handkerchiefs, a general assortment of Summer, figured and plain Satin VESTINGS, ¦ Summer Cloths, Sattincts, plain and striped Linens, Irish Linens.Velvet Cords, Beaverteens, Checks, Cotton Drillings, Tickings, ike. ' A gene...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

NEW GOOB.S. *H"UST received and now opening at the store <5j? of the subscribers, corner of Hanover :md Louther streets, Carlisle, a general assortment of SPRIXCf & SPMMEK-GOODS, Spring Chintzes, Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Muslindelaines, Challies, Veils,.^Bonrit'ts, Ribbons, Cadet CTnths, Cassimcres, and fine Satinets. Also; a first rate assortment of Domestics, such as brown and bleached Muslins, Tickings, Table Cloths, with a great variety of stuffs for Gentlemen's Summer wear, such as Summer Cloth,' Frcnrji Velvet, Drillings and plain Linens ot all kinds, Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and Nankeens—Stocks, Cravats, Breasts and Collars, Gloves aiid-VESriNGS.. Also a good assortment of Qucensware and, Groceries, all of which will be sold low and on accommodating terms. The public are respectfully ini-ited to call and examine before inaklnc their ijuiutiaava, or><! «l,cy will be sure to get bargains. HAMILTON ScGRlER. Carlisle, April 18, 1B39.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

. NEW .. .. . OOACH BiAKINS ESTJSMXLESBMJtSliJYT * ,.. IN CARLISLE, PA. THE subscriber having just arrived from the east with some of the best workmen that could be procured, is now prepared to finish work in the most fashionable slyle and of the best materials. He will manufacture any thing in that line of business, such ns OAHS, COACHES,-Q£SS, •SUL.KYS & ¦ CARRIAGES, of every description. He has now in his employ probably one of the best Spring Makers and Coach Smiths tliat is now in the state. His charges shall Be moderate and his-work will all b,c warranted'. Repairing done in (he neatest manner and with despatch: 1 he subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public, for which he wi« tender his most sincere thanks. . . FRED'K A.-KENNEDY. Car/is/e, Apru" 18, 1839. , ¦ .- tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

TO'THE LADIES i ,-v.l«HeiM.^. BPS(.r':-,-' - Respectfully informs tho/Ladies.of Carlisle and fts vicinity^ithat she is now opening in Harper's Row/No'.' !r; <vhere sTickeeper ah extensive assortment of SPRING. MILLINERY, which lias been selected w'itlv care, and will be djsposcd of on the most' reasonable terms. • < •,. She is prepared to repair in' the neatest mannerand at the shortest notice, all kinds of Silks, Straw and Braid Bonnets, accord - ing to the latest fashions. , ' ... May 2, 1839; fit* _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

w-_ . BAKEilY! . "' -OTic- subscriber respectfully informs tfic citizens of Carlisle, mid. its vicinity, that he has commenced the IlAK.IjS'G business, at his residence in,'* Hanover street, nest door to Allen's Hotel, where lie will constantly have on hand -Fresh--Bread,--Cakes,1 and Beer. JOSEPH MERICLE. : Carlisle, Mav 2, 1859.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

-. . ARNOLD «& CO.^S ¦ . At lltcir Nctv Store in Mechaniesbttrg, Have just received and.arc now opening.;! large anil splendid-assortment'1 of entirely'* NEW GOODS, (o which they, respectfully invite the nttcntiuUL of those who ."are desirous of purchasing-'iiew and_cheap goods.—' \ Their stock- consists in. part of Muslins, Tickings, Drillings, Summer Stripes, Mixtures and all kinds of goods suitable for geuilemeii"* wear, ulue, ulaiW, i,™».nnml ci-ccn SUMMER CLOTHS, Linen Drills, Hempen Cords, Hor.cy Comb Ribbs, Victorines ^ G-jmbogett» and jfscv.aik Stripes, a large, assortment of .SUMMER VESTINGS, (Marseilles, Silk, Satin, Velvet, Plain and Figured,), Lawns, Challies, Chinl7.es, Bon.1ba7.cens, Linen CambriV Handkerchiefs, Fancy Silk, Gau/.e, Bhmd and Hernai Dress Handkerchiefs, India; Swiss, Mull and Jaconet' Muslins, plain* figured and crciss-bur'd Corded Skirts, &C CHINA, GLASS &..QI- KENS WARE, together with a general assortment of Groceries, X^ard...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 30 May 1839

DIVIDEND.. . CARLISLE BANK, May 7, iS-ifi. -, The Board of Directors of this institution have, tqgday declared a dividend of 5£ per cent for tlie fast six months, on tlie capital stock paid in. The. same will be payable to the stockholders or their legal representatives on or after the frtli inst. AV. S.QOBEAN, Cashier.

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