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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia. IS there no cure forjthat distressing disease is the echo Irom thousands. "Heaathe many certificates of cures performed by Dr. Wm". E vans' Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills, The following certificate iriust certainly convince every person of the great efficacy ol this invaluable medicine.-*T)r. Wm. Evans—Dear Sir:—I can never be grateful enough for the cure I have received by the use of your invaluable medicirieXCAMOMiLE Pills,) . I. was for five years very seriously troubled with Dyspi psia, which caused -a nervous sensation throughout my system—so much that I sometimes shook as if I had been afflicted with palsy; during all this time I took many medicines, but none would core tne. At last, my physician gaveri-.e up; but fortunately;one day as I was speaking to a friend on the.subject lie'told me. that Dr. Wm. Evans?, Camomile Pills were the only medicine that would cure me, of which I purchased some, anij the result isthatI am now enjbying-.-perfe'c...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

TO gRlDCfrH BUILDERS. --' p. aooD's' IMPROVEIHENT IN BRIDGES. "B7VIANCIS GOOD, ofthe towiiship of New Jp London, in the county of Chester, and state otPennsylvanin, obtained' letters patent fur an improved'plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and per manc-ncy with economy, so much so as not torequire, in some situations, more than one half the expense to erect a Bridge on this plan, and when built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the stieam; the Bridge being constructed and secured in such a manner, that if the water should rise so high ae to run oyer the top of it, the Bridge would remain firm and secure. The plan has fieen submitted to a num ber of scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this plan lias 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 having purchas...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

? - DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA!! I "W/SJORE testimonials of the efficacy of' Dr. • i!»i Wm. Evans' Camomile Pills. " Philadelphia, Dec. 19,1838. . Sir:—Being on a visit to Philadelphia, from 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 attacked -with Dyspepsia; and -for several, years suffered from thai complaint in its worsfstages. ? Notwithstanding! tried eyery^thing that came y before the public, I obtained no relief, till I ac-- cidentally saw-your advertisement. From the t numerous and respectable testimonials .which y accompanied it, I had some faint hopes that il your medicine might not prove altogether useless in my own case. 1 trie'dit;-and itis-scarcely necessary toadd was shortly cured. Indeed the success was greater than I could possibly1 have anticipated from even the warmest recommendations....

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

- POST-OFFICE,'.'"' Carlisle, Pa. May 1,1839. , Ar.rlvdland Departure of:Maila.-:L .-.*".. .Arrives. Closes: Eastern daily -about 10 ni. 7 p.m. •« " ' " '•• "5 p."m. 11a.m. Western •• '"*'' 15 m': 9a:m. Southern . " . . " 10 m. . 7p. m, Mechanicsb'g " " 10 m. 7 p. m, Newville •' ¦ " 12 m. 9 a. m. . ¦ , R. LAMBERTON.P.M^.^

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 13 June 1839

Wp BAD TEiZS!—Dr. Swayne's Compour. ^ SS^S urup-efPrunusVirginianaorWildChe; ry.—This is decidedly one ofthe best remedii ; for coughs and colds now jrf we—it /allays irr -¦ tation.nf.th.W.luogs^loosepa^thev cough, :,causir the phij'gnfctp^i^free.^^andjCTsyj.-idsasthm,, pulmoniir^^tSonsu^ptioftiSrvlent-.an^ cough8;wheeSh^ana:cho 'knif^phleg''mjh^ ¦'. ness, difficulty. l bTbriathinfe^ blddd, 8^:^hteCTrop>s^arra l!ttd;»,^ . permanenKt«rei:5ptakenwcoMioK'toflirectip wdiich iiccompany thebottle's, #ForrSftle:B*.».: - aroiimfeolf^f^,.^£f0py^s^e.;. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

it if • '.•_¦ ,J.;•^:;,.;.£tam.'«-,_-•- ' . - - '" —•f-3;X'-'-v,?i.%^?'ratnro. - ¦ " :¦ ¦ ' ^vX&kr^&s Jntnme this mountain Hop? >. ¦S?^^*?}m j?;S'5Eternal God,'. •¦•¦ • :'• V, llfeS^e outstretched-scene,./ . q;?^^^^^2^ ,'1?itmEets the| ^ aBer s, B'lt! ^" 1 • ^-rFfv?Jpa^ reach a;varied map ... ¦' ^ .^y ^V^ater.riipWid,;mead;.and vale, '_.; ^*?.r^^Jii' s';.kn"d: forests, waving wild; ¦ 'S--"°^l>ieBs'-naiin{iy-'fi»rmcv'stoil, &^kJsP''1''S» Where "r iot"a leaflet 'grows;. ' • WiiaP-Spfne in solemn beauty lies; - i, J'"afii ?caclt .heart,, "with jiist conceptions P^gfe.'¦:-¦ ¦;:.':: -,.- ¦¦¦ , . ; .; tArSirauoii niu'ses(-'and is mute.' , :_._L..-. J ) a^"say-!stithpu;uhbe)iever,dark.in soull , Bfj»fcliahc6 accomplish all? Does change maitr. j^';'tain . •¦.';"''. ;'.._:' ¦ •', '. ^g-graceful'htifmqn^.in'constrintround?: ;_. Come thou must learn of unbelieving rtieri, WJipsjj^tpjMJosopJi^. h^ _ J With alUhy slijill'makessuch a simple flower-As^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

¦"'¦;:¦'.- :ITfaefett'st.Xocoino.tive. •.', .^-' • __ _ .-^¦r-r— .- ' ¦ '• FrotntKe Knickerbocker.. . .; v " . i.;,"«p!iE WHO SMV1T. .. '-. ¦'• • "• In tlie;yeSr|S08;TrenjoyEd tlienever-tobe-fbfgottoh gttification of a-.paddle' up", the" Hudson,_.oritiard-the :first. steamboat'that moved on the jatcrs of any. river. Among .the vpyager&-yts a man. I had -Known for someycais pilous,-, by the name of Jabez Doolittle... H|yas an-industrious andjnr gchious worTcSn" sheet Jfon'rtin*, aridTwirc; but^hisgrpa't ftecess,laying wire-work; especially in maj^g "rat-Traps;" and fortius fast and best ijention in that line, .he had just secured, ngiterit; and with a specimen of'li'ia work,- lr&Sns then on a journey through the State of Iw York, for the/purpose of disposing of wna.lip called "county rights?'? or, in other wpls, to. sell the.-privilcgc of catching rats,;|;ordii]g to. his patent-trap. It was averyMrious trap, as simplp-as it was ingenious; imdstingenious thin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

,:/::..,;iiiCo*TSi.;.:: .; Remaining in, MSgEmW^SP' W":% ' -'[Pa. May ¦ZlaffrnW^ EnquiTiV' ,111, ". ..• .-please say .adverMed' ^.-.^ . ,.: J .;• . ¦ . ¦ .f^-^U.A- ^ --- #^fejft«plyr.:,4 ,.• A^ms William g. lijIiBariielPsq., ¦ ' -Mrnbld Benjamp;..^_j ,.AI.;•".:!••' V ;_- • ¦"¦.''^^'Anderson^ ^Jamesrf "MAland.Sip ;, Asknith Win...|f Sfeje?^^'-' ' -B" L. ti, MitWillil HEsq. _'..'i.B'rowri ThpnTasilv; Mi|*jmf.; '. . L' " Brown SusannaF: Majtvs Rfert »^ " Bender Samue^ •'•K^'"!*."?? ' -. Black Jane, fj'-- \\°W J »>am - Brenneman Mfher MuS C«rles,G . '.. Baldwin John;" - 'M«iElijkbeth Missr ' Bell Ann or &ah , M'||j8arah Miss '/¦¦• Bowman Df,fv , *!'!5S»iohn.-. '', ;BbrierDani^ •'?i-| >' 1d ¦ Bender Ma* Ji«leor =e ^' , ' Brbw»rArifli3S ?i<a,,ohn Co1 ¦ :BarbourM^ ¦ , *jMames ' , "Ball Errzaftlv V MjSlnily • -Bass.RbbJ.;; . *$$*¦ ¦ ; -Ballie-tfafel:. --M.'C^hn Buflingtbf Anne.._ *>M ^"-Sbcrt ; Burkhold); Jacob fe\ . BanckerlbrahamV North| BurkX*. !...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

Ttil^Lbf&iiwcirfiSn ' ¦ \\ri'^^e[JbJ^^^^^^^ H;h---~ ts.puol&ea'i^ry'.-ThurBdayj"^^^ white frame bmtdWgvCrear. 'otthtetortvVpufe at Two /?oWar».per^nnum,;pay]io1i^lf,«eaT)y .in advance, of:twod<flla«.art4:fiftyfe|F.,»ib|: paid within theyear. :>>.• j.r:' ii'.VSSSi^...-- No subscription takert fofia lesaternftljan,siX months, and no disciirithiuMce^ermi^, «,ntil all arrearages.are.paid, ^M^f^M. -K discontimianOe.at the expir|Uon of a terv-^i be considereftTK^eW engaganentt. -£:>••* ^and^puhlishefat the .fate ;..<S $\9°: P.?J ,«lVe IqJentlinsertion. ;-<rhose.npftpeci.fically,Urde* " will beinsertedtdl forbids, ..t-i., -, „; .... ¦ /*. ¦ *-»S&M«t. Blanks, Cr^l*'^^"? ?S.ePV*i brt :^tsK'^•-'^^W ^m^^ ^?Slhiwing Gebti|in:'wil.J please, act aclnts for this pVn's#<-JP.<>.0»s!-'P .V?CV,2 ¦ money paidtoefthcr' of|esfl, ad..V.idualS W.J acknowledged by us. m^^ i-!': I.-. ' *_:'."] Tr-"Jo"Kl»'M60TCErEsq...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

^MEffiAN'VOLUNTEER/ BY SANDERSON & CORNMAN. ——— ¦ ¦- ' i'i i ¦¦¦ - ... i CARLISLE: THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1830.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

THE NEXT CONGRESS. 1 ., We give below a classification of j bers of Congress, as far as the election! been held, and" also an- estimate as t States where Representatives'^are yet" elected: .\ - • f ¦¦ ALREADY ELECTED. > .'. Democtatat federals Maine < 6.. Z\ New Hampshire 5 ' >¦ 0 Vermont . 2-3 Massachusetts . 2 10 Connecticut " " 0 . 6 New" York 19 21 New Jersey 0 6» Pennsylvania 17 11 Ohio 11, 8 Michigan ' l' 0 - Delaware 1 0 Illinois 3 0 Missouri 2 (5^ Arkansas ' 1 " 0 Louisiana 0 3 Georgia 0 9 South Carolina 8 .1 ... Virginia . • 12 ' 9 . . — - ¦ . ;i»—' ' ¦ 90N , ' ;^89 . • *In the above estimate it willbij-perceived that we have classed the entire' delegatiotrfrpTiTNew Jersey with the federalists, though there scarcely can be a doubt but that the five democratic members, who were deafly elected by the people, will get their seats without any difficulty. In that case, the list will stand 95 democrats to 84 federalists. We have^also'given them 11 i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

av.oid_._any InfringemenLupbh-Jhemi.^ii <l{ claiming also to understand the rights/*"! J duties of the Executive,under the Cbn*tbtibn, I shall take especial'care that?"ley shall not be invaded, and will maintajfthem tothe utmost if my abilities. Independence arid harmony of action only can bp'preserved by strictly observing the" riglj8 of all departments of the government. This course I shall pursue at all times, withbtf deviation. The* resblutjon for suspending the said work authorizes the.Governopto negotiate wobidieelas'Tepugnantto the adopti.# either, as I do myself. . - fc I will.not undertake to fix upon W mount needed for repairs prior to the I" ina of the nest legislature .on the™ t Tuesday-of January,-1840. The w)« •dilapidations of time," accident and «jre to be provided for as well as preparati ™ be made for .numerous repairs duiipe •coming spring. Much is. lost bpth4rae and expense by postponing theday peparatipn until it is too late. ;Erom th^p1*'9 jof tlie.c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

| - ft^nyTSB M[i"RK|3TS,. . ' p\ Baltimore Mqrklt,:'Juhey4;lBSd. ' .' %\)Cflttle.—Sales hav« been nide. since our ffr t report, of beeves, for slau'^tcr, atS9 50 irf'1) per 100'lbs., and'on an avenge of 99 75. ;sVj re hogs remain at list week'9>rices,S>9 50. tbi| Fish.—Potomac and Susqbhanna shad '~f. '" seliihYaOS^efniblTirerrtesrSSjr."""' SRi Flour.—The niarket is yeryfull, arid'tlie' g.jifnand small; saWsfrom'storopf Howard .f^eet, on Wedne/day, were mle at $6 25 .^37jj-wliich shows a.declinerfcf ices from. pA%iy in, the we^k." The wag& price we. , r^titatf 625". Sales "of "S"b%tfahanna at ' - ™37ja6l50. A small lot of RWFlour at U£gti30. —J ^- - V-— „„ „.ifi'am.-^-"A sale of 1400 bushela-ood red . ' lia.Wheat kas transpired at( 25 per l j.it sale of.goo'd Susqjiehanh|ed was on Mondjtamorning.at ®l..s| and a »ppdJ!ila; ryTanU.wJiitoat. the;Sa%_p^ bote the linge, of ordinary tj prime 'and red Wheats at $1 20al ji Sale's ^e Com aq83a84 cts.; sale, dfjellow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

. BARGAINS! BARGAINSn THE subscriber*having lately purchase, stock of good?\nvndil by J. H: Weayei the novtU-eastcqrn^ of ^lie Public Square, lisle, consisting of a Urgeana general assort] of seasonable \ \ ' (>; BR-sr^epoDs, f GROCERIES, Q&EENSlPJIREk Also, a general assortittnt of Hatters' Fpi Trimmings—all-of w.lfch they" wi|l seUri most atconiinotlaiihg terns. M - ¦ -t K; ANTGNEVS f ,H. ANDERS __.June.30,.!B39 t..iJi '—§•- FRESH SUMMER GO0j ARNOLD t? CO'./ji'reVist ri-ce[ivin&; a^nrtment of Gl»ds\iitable for5" wear. The public aie reVectfully igw MILBOURNE andJTwad Sum'irtM" mertfs, suitable/for .mmraeri*. ™ sale low at f MNOUT

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

| .1 A CARD. ty .— ^ SARAH E. K. OBEAW. • j Having resigned her situation in the common .schools, has opened on, her own. account a select [school, not exceeding thirty scholavs.in thehouse formerly occupied by JVIr. James' Bredin, arid how occupied by Mr. A"drew Richards, where she will be happy to receive the children of any wlio.rhay.fecl clisijosed to patronize her. For terms apply either at her own residence in Hanover street, at any time bptween school' hours, or at'the School rooiinfrom 9 to 12 A. M. orfrom 2to5PJ>M. ¦...'¦ • _ JtEFEnEKCEi'T •"""" C. 6. PENROSE, , MRS. L.BIDDLE, W. M. MIDDLE, REV. P. H. GREENLEAF, GEO. A.LYON. .June 13,1839.—'-J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

BO JDOLIiARS REWARD. "thESERTED from Carlisle Barracks, on the SB niKhtofthe 4th inst. JONATHAN "?p R T ZS, a Dragnnn Recruit in the U. S. A-tiy.-hged 22 years, 5-feet9 inches high, gray ey4,-tlafK hair, ruddy complexion—born in Cuiberland county, Pennsylvania—hy occupa. tioda ^ ar,mer. Enlisted 22d April 1839, at Ha«stiurg, for. the period of 5 years. Tlie. a. boveYeward Tvill'he paid to any person deliver-, ¦ng tlys;iid"deSei'ter to the.^omnianding officer" at CaKJe, Barracks. , • ! \ ¦-., R-S. DIX, ..„.rt,.,„_,\»--™—^apt.-&-Ass'ti Qr.-Master.'"' Datedlt Carlisle Barraehs,? : Sune 6, 1839. '5 - ' 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

- . STRAY MAiRB. iT^ATVIE to the public house of the. subscriber <l>/ in "Silver Spring tosviiship, on the 30th ult. a .Sorrel. Mare, about 11 years old, between 16 and l/Miands high,-with-a-star-on-theforehead and roujh shod before. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay. charges ajji-talcfiJier away.or.she will.be -disposed ot.as the law directs. „ 1VH.CHAEL LEIDIG, Sen. , June .13, 1832. •' 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

CABINET MAKING , ,.- .. "-.BITBliTBSBC;^-- .._- THE subscriber wishes,'respectfully, to inform the inhabitants of Carlisle and the puolic in general, that having received a regular course of instruction in the above business, he has just returned from the city ot Philadelphia, with a complete assortment of the best - MAHOGANY," - and other necessary materials, and is now pre-' pared to manufacture in the iftost fashionable and substantial manner, secretaries, bureaus; CENTRE AITS END TABLES, Stands, Ac. &c, and will be thankful to all who may please to patronise hini.' 'His terms shall be as moderate as the nature of thewjork and the exigence of the times will afford. ^ Approved countryprndocet.ikenYnp.ayment. To close (lit. concern, BEDSTEADS °f various kinds will be made, upon which the wearij may re/iose—and, should Death overtake them, COP-PIN'S will be made according to order, in which to deposite their .remains that they may he at rest. • iT/*Please call at his shop ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 20 June 1839

| | | M i;fy: ^:Amt^:&.co...- \ .. li'\Vtth^iirNeSrein Jilcchahicaburgjnye [¦j^lustrpcervaarge assortment of sumVer ;ood{:c.o'nsistini»assimeres, Urillings.Litn na;P^p.aii:'Co|Nante^3.'..tfc^tf^ ' V - : "Sj^ifc:^!FES3B.:'/v v \ mKEteptfissioKon thepienjises of the L' subjcft^erffeslrPehnsboroughtownship; i5ut/ine«ile ih; pffSmokeytbwn, ton the; inldfof tlie'Coif oguiriet.icreek, a_3put the first llay lasti-S BlIDli^S^EER. ',with. a^ell '. —supposed tdj ahoutShree'years^lQ. ,--^he nerirdesirel call.-prove, property j; pay trgesandtal|lmJa\Vay:oKhe wlUheaisp^ W^^fi&^Wi^

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