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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

CHANGS OF AGENTS For Morrison's Universal Mcdlclucs. HORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT.lateSole Agent in the United States, having been dismissed by the British College of Health; Dr. George Taylor nowof the city of New York, has been appointed ^ Snle General Agent and Hygia Delegate to the United States. File suit! George Taylor has appointed A. D. Ulmste'ad, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, 1 ennsylvania. Sole General Agent for the states ot Maryland and Delaware, and thirty three counties cast of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania) and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist; ot Allentown, L.ehigh county, Pa., General .Agent for four counties in »hc state of New York, and seven in the state*!" New Jersey, to wit: Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland. Glouces ter, Monmouth.and Salem, in the state of New Jersey j Gennessce, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York. Hefcafter, no person cnn"or will vend the genuine Hygeinn Medicine? within the said districts, except by the authority ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

TO &RIDCra ^ BUILDERS. \ P. GOOD'S IWrPRiVEMEKr'T IN BRIDGES. F'tAI«IS GOOD, of the township of New 1-ouqn, in the county of Chester, and state ol 1 cniisyllnia, obtained letters.patent for an improved An of erecting Bridges over streams of water. Uie plan combines strength a net .per manency wV economy, so much, so as not to require, in so* situations, more than one hnlEtlic expense to eWa Bridge on this plan, and when built would it be liably to be injured by a freshet, or rise.in W sti cam; the Bridge being constructed aiidjpcured in such a manner, that if the water shoVl rise so high at to run over the top of it, the linge would remain firm and secure. '!¦ he ph bas been submitted to a number of scientiB men," who all pronounce it a great improvenW. ,()ue on this plan has been erected over aYr;lnch of -Whitcclay creek, in the township orjondnngrnve, which received the approbatinn|n Jury appointed by the court to view the samd The subscriber having purchased the rightfc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

'fHe^RUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HEALTH, - We know ¦ that health, and the ability to labor is the wealth of the great mass of the fico/ite in this as in most, other countries. , 7b preserve, therefore, that health by JSTA1URAL. means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to Julfil inhkh 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 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 Chnlic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for, which tliey are not only a certain but an immediate ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

THRASHING MACHINES AND HORSE POWER CA L I. A V Ji EXAMINE FOR rOUIi S p L VE S / Thcsu'bscribers.'tliankful for past fa vers, take this method of informing the public, that they still continue the building of Thrashing A/achinrs and Hone Power, at their old stand,'in Louthc-r street, Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all times be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, and have' also attached a CLOVER THRASHER, Ayhich for durability and simpltnessof construction is-surpassed by none.. Having all manner of'confidence in the superiority'of the above mentioned machine, fiic. thev arc'willing that Farmers shall teat them be fere making the purchase. Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine will (-lease make application at the public house of John Onrnman, Carlisle. . . . NEV1US-& MITCHELL. - May 5, 1838. ¦- >.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUJ|i-ft. OF PRUNUS VIRGlNIANA.oit WlCf||||r -CHERRY—This-medic-ine—ia -offered -to-ffigllpifcpublic as an effectual remedy in all affections ij^; >f dicative of Pulmonary diseases, both in their re- "" cent and moreadvane'ed stages; such as Asthma, "Pulmonary Consum/i/ionrTecent"or — chronic coughs, hoarseness. hoo'pingJcough,-wheezing, and difficulty of breathing, spitting of blood, night sweats, tec. This remedy is.highly useful to persons whose nerves have been injure d by calomel or excessive grief, great loss of blocd, the suppression of accustomed- discharge's, or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits", or other causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervous system. How many persons <lo we daily ~ behold approaching to an untimely grave,wrest- . ed in the bloom of youth from their dear relatives and friends, afflicted with that"common and destructive ravager, -called Consumption wliich soon wastes the miserable sufferer until they...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

READ THIS!—Dr. Sroaync'sComfwund tyru/i of PrbnusJTirginiana.or.Wild Cherry-—*1 his is .decidedly one ofthe best remedies for coughs and colds now in,use—it allays irritation of the lungs, loosens the cough, causing the phlegm to raise'free and easy; in asthma, pulmonary consumption, .resent and chronic couglis.wheciing and choking of pMcgm.hoarseness, difficulty of. breathing, croup, spitting of blond; &c. The syrup is-warranted to effect a permanent cures if taken according to directions which accompany the bottles. For tale pt the drugstoreof . .J. J.Mtehs & Co."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD ..FOR RBIT'P, . — AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. THE subscribers will lease for one or more years, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is one of the best locations in Virginia for carrying on the business on an extensive scale, as there is abundant room aiid the materials are ample. A numberof the Vats are under cover.and all the buildings are of the most suitable kind—besides the grinding of Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. Any quantity of Hides can be procured in the neighborhood,,as ihe,t:ejs ufi,£iUetJta.nnerv vyithiu'several miles ofthe placV— and there i's also every facility tor getting hides from the cities, and sending.them to market when tanned; either by-rail road or canal; There is, likewise, a demand at this place for a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government. ' Possession will be given immediately.. For further particulars enquire of HUGH GILLEECE & CO. Harper's Ferry, Feb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

FOR SALE. A lot,of prime Western Hams, "¦One new Tillberry, ; Two Sets brass mounted Harness, . ^ Two good young Horses, suitable for farmers use. Also, a great variety ol Dry Goods, Gru cerieStSic. . HAMILTON &r GRIER. Carlisle, March 25, 1839. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

WILM AM. MOUDY, HAS taken that well ' « known tavern stand. -*&•&*& £&* . in tne east end of High ;^^l|S||P^g^. Street, Carlisle, s,ign of>g|gPJj|88&SgVs Commodore Perry, late- sK^IJ|H=55B; iS'^ '|g| ly kept by Mr. William ^^^HMfil^^ ¦ Strohm, where he shall be JjRBwBfJI^MjJffl: IS happy at all times to ac- Bg^ggsgS|||]§||=, % * commodate Waggoners, ^^es^s'wesess?**. Travellers and pthersiiwith all things needful to their comfort and convenience.- '"_•'" -Hi^-Sar-shall-be constantly-supplied wltlrthc choicest of Liquors, and his Table with the best the markets will affird.- Acareful-aiid attentive li'ostler \vill always be at hand to wait upon those who may need liis services.Tin short, "nothing shall be wanting to render general satisfaction to all who may favor the house with their custom. Ciarlisfe, May 2, 1839. . ¦ 3mo.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

NEW GOODS. _ JUST received and now opening at the store -ofthe subscribersrcprner of Hanover, and " Loutherstreets,Carlisle,ageneralassortmeritbf SPRING &SCMMER GOODS, Spring Chintzes, Calicoes; Ginghams, Lawns, jViuslindelaines, Challiea, Veils, Bonnets, Ribbons, Cadet Cloths,' Cassimeres, 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 Slimmer wear, such as Summer Cloth, French Velvet, Drillings and plain Linens of all kinds. Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and Nankeens—Stocks, Cravats, Breasts and Col-Jars.Gloves and VESl'INGS, Also a good as"-, sortmentof'— '—- -~--; — ;~^--~- -^.-i Queensware and Groceries,* --. ^ oll of which1 will be sold low and on accommo-^•^ujg-terms. The public are respectfully ihv|t™£rvcaU and examine, before making their . purchases,,,;,], they will be sure to get bargains: ¦ ... T ' i'^HAMILTON & GRIERV;: MOVlmnRs, *~» O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

NOTICE. --, THE books of Dr. Theodore Myers dee'd., have been placed in the hands of Jacob Squicr, rEsq." for-settlt'meli'f. Those having claims against, or those indebted to said deceased, are requested to call immediately for settlement. S. A. MYERS, Administratrix: of said deceased. Carlisle,-April ll-,-.-l»2»KiaaBa».-ir tiv. *:.-.-. - -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

MA.CSMNIST ATOD ' ' Burr Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to inform hts friends and jhc public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Factories, together with FHENOH BUHH MILL STONES, athisoldstandiiiNew Cumberland, alljof which he will warrant to be made in the best work,:, manlike manner and of the best materials, and sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating terms. .-.,. A'tonstant supply .nfjCards will be kept eh hands, and old machines-repaired .' ABR'M MELLINGER. Juno 21,1838. ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Estate-of Savid Hippehammer, deceased. NOTIG Bv^-r THE public will take notice that letters.of administration have tliis -day.^beqn issued to the.subscriber on the estate-of David Hippehammer, late ofthe borough of Carbsle.^Cumberlyid county. All who have Sflaims or de^ mands against the estate ofsaid decedent are requested to make the same, known to the subscriber without del av, and alhwhoare indebted to said estate are req'uired Jto call and settle the same immediately. ' HUGH" GAULLAGHER, - •'¦ ' --^Residence, Carlisle; April.22,1839." ,.'-'.¦'.' for*iJi^j Bambaacen, "p and figured Stocks, ¦^-^"y?^^ •"' '• Arnold UT Co. - ,: • - . ':/'..'¦ . ""' ¦ < . .. . -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia. fS there no cure for that distressing disease? is the echo from thousands. Reatl 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 of this invaluable medicine. .'- Di;. 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,) . 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 beeii afflicted with r.alsy; during all ,this time I took many medicines, but none \yould cure me. At last, my physician gave me up,-, but fortunately one day as I was speaking to a friend on the subject hetold me that Dr. Wm. Evans'-Camomile Pills were the only-medicine that would cure me, of which! purchased Some, and the result is that I am now enjoying'-perfect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

^. : w-. ,-;ciwyi ¦ ' \J. IV.- Passmore, „«¦' "' \ohn Beitler, - June 1J.. 1838. I__Commissioners. DYSPEPSIA.! dsPEPSIAU-- ~ - MORE testimonials o\c efficacy .of Dr. Wm. Evans' CamcS(e puis. 0.„.' Philadel/il Dec. 19,1838. Sir:—Being on a visit toE^iadclpliia.- from my native village of GernVtown, I joyfully avail myself of the opportut 0f adding a few words of recommendation (your celebrated Pills, to tlie abundant testiniL. already given in their favor"j"About four 3frs ~ ag"o,T was attacked with Dyspepsia, and ft several years suffered from thai complaint »ts worst stages ^WJ^M^i?- 51)r',ed everl line that came berariiffi&pubhc, I obtained'iflelief, till I accidentalljfesaw youradvertisenjt. From the numer'ouaYand respectable tefncriais which accompanied it, I had some f|t dopes that your medicine might not proyel0gether useless in my own case. I tried it, I \i (s scarcely necessary to add was shortly curl Indeed the success was greater than I couldlssioiy have anticipa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

. POST OPPIOB, •' _.- _i'L'iPAIJMpjJ^.aj!-M«iy.'-- f-» 1839-¦ Arrival and Departure of Mails. ' _. -> Arrives. Closes. Eastern daily about 10 m. 7 p.m. '* ". " 5 p. m. 11a.m. Western '• •' 12 m. 9a.m. Southern " . . ..". 10m,—- .7p. m, Mechanicsb'g " ' "10m.- 7p.ni, •Newville -'--" " 12 m. ' 9 a.m. ~----'-4~~r "1 R. LAMBERrTON, P. M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

"AMERICANVOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON 8c CORNMAN. J^^^li^^m^ ~ CARLISLE: ===' THURSDAY, JUNE 2T, IBSO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

tCTWe understand that the Commencement exercises' of Dickinson College will take place at 10 o'clock on Thursday, July 11th. David Paul Brown, Esq. of Philadelphia,-will deliver the oration before the Literary Societies on the'day previously, Jaly 10th; at ITo'clock. Democratic Celebration.—Wo hope as many of our 'country friends as possibly can, will attend the Democratic Republican Celebration on Thursday next. The Committee of Arrangement will be amply prepared to accommodate handsomely all who may aeo proper to attend—and we think one day —and so fitting a one too—spent for the good ofthe country, is but a small sacrifice required in so righteous a cause. .We hope therefore our democratic friends will attend, and. not only-partake of the good cheer wliich will boprovided-bythe excellent caterer selected'for that purpose—but will abso come> prepared to make known their sentiments on the" prominent political topics of the day: ICf*We received a letter a few days sine* ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 27 June 1839

Temperance lectures. A series of lectures on the subject of Temperance are being delivered each evening this week, in the First Presbyterian.Church, by the Rev. Mr. Hunt, of Philadelphia. We understand that on Sunday and Monday evenings next, he will deliver lectures in Newville.

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