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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia. IS there no cure for that distressing disease? is the echo Irom thousands. Read the many certificates of cures performed by Dr. ,Wm. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills, The.fbilowing certificate must certainly convince every person of the great efficacy ol this invaluable medicine: ' , Dr. Wm. Evans—DearSil:—I can never be grateful enough for the cure IJiave received by the use of yourinvaluable methcine (Camomile Pills,) I, was for five, years very seriously troubled with Dysptpsia, which caused a nervous sensatio.i throughout my system—so much that I sometimes shook as if I had been afflicted with palsy; during all this time I took many itiediciriesrbut rionewouldrcure~me-.~?At-lnsr; my physician gave me up; but' for tunately one day as I was speaking to a friend On the subject he toldjne_ that Dr. Wm. Evans* Camomile PillijxvErei:tlie-onlyrmedicine-th'at-would--cure( me, of which I purchased some, arid the result is that I am now enjpyipg; per...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

DYSPEPSIA! BTTSPEPSIA1! MORE testimonials of the efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans'Camomile Pills. '• . j .%. PMladelfihia] Decrl9, 1838. Sir:—Being on it visit to Philadelphia, from my native village of Germantown, 1 joyfully avail myself of the opportunity of adding a. few words of recommendaVion to your celebrated Pills, t^$tje„;abuiidant testimony already given in theirlSyor. About four years ago, 1. was attack^dKwith Dyspepsiaj and for several years suffered froiri thai complaint in its worst stages. Notwithstanding I-trled every thing that came before the public, I obtained no relief, till I accidentally saw your advertisement; "From the numerous and respectable testiinoriialswhich accompanied it, I had some -fain'ff hopes that your medicine might' not prove altogether use--lessin my own case; I tried it, and it is scarcely necessary to add was shortly cured. Indeed the success was greater than I could possibly- have anticipated from even the warmest recommendations. As a small retu...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

TO BRIDGE^ BUILDERS. P. GOOD'S IWlPROVEIWEBrT IS? BRIDGES. FHANCISGOOD. of the township of New London, in the county, of Chester, and state of Pennsylvania, obtained, letters patent-fur an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and per manency wit.li economy, so much so as not to require, in some situations, more thap one half the >yci)ense to erect a Bridge on this plan, and when built would not be liable to be injured by a fresheJ.or rise in the-streami the'BridgR~being constructed and secured in such'a rfianner, that if the water should rise so high as to run over the top of it, the Bridge would remain firm and secure. The plan has been submitted'to a num ber of scientific men, who all pronounce it a ^reat improvement. One nri this plan has been erected over a branch of Whiteclay creek, in the township of Londongnove, which received the approbation of a.Jury appointed by the court to view the same. The sdhscriber havjng purc...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 4 July 1839

KEA9 TSJtSI—Dr. Swayne's Comfiound SyrupofprxmusVirgintana' orWild Cherry This is decidedly one of thebest" remedies for coughsand colds now in use—it allays irritation of the lungs, loosens the cough, causing the phlegm to ^ rjiise free and easy; in asthma, pulmnnarjr^cr,nsumption, resent and.chronic cbughs.wlieeiing and choking of phlegm.hoarsenes,sy difficulty of breathing, .croup, spitting, off blood, &c. The syrup is warranted to effect a permanent cure, if taken according to directions which accompany the bottJ.es. For saleit the drugstore of $.]. Mie»3 & CM",

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

Terms ofPublication The American Volunteer Ispablislrcd-cvery-^rhursday-morntligT^in-tht white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Tiuo Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in .a'dvarice, "drWodollars anil fitly cents if "not paid within the year.•« , ,' No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid. A. /ailure 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 gl 00 Pcr square ior three insertions, and 25 cts. fur each subsequent insertion. Those hot specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. Ilandbith,.Btanks\ Cards, &c. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AGENTS FOB. THE VOJiTTNTEER. The following Gentlemen will please act as agents for this paper i subscriptions, received,and money paid toeithe.r of these individual swill be acknowledged ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

' ":*;,/;¦.SPEECH ¦'¦ The IBon. William IS. Ramsey, Delivered July 4,,J839, at the Democratic Celebration near the borough .of Carlisle, . /ifter the subjoiried toast ivus read. "Hon. William S. Ramsey.—Our representative in Congress, 'His.talents, integrity and ardent attachment to, ami efficient support of*irepublican principles, Iiavc been too marked to escape the abuse of hia, pblitical opponents", but are kn6wnTind"appreciated by the democracy "of •"this. Congressional District: His affability of mannei'F, and gentlemanly, deportment combined with untiring habits of industry, are.a guarantee that the interest and wishes of his constituents will be faithfully represented." Mr, Ramsey rose and addressed the comjianysas follows: Gentlemen:—¦Under ordinary circumstances, I should have willingly permitted the compliment just paid me to have passed in silence, as the mere evidence of personal regard. But the relationship that now exists between us, enjoins upon me the duty of a...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

AMERICAN VOLUNTEER. BY SANDERSON 8c COKNMAN. ¦ .'•'¦¦ ^§M$&!&$h»- ^.'^^l^^M'ili^M^'!' -'^1 ^^ ¦ * ^¦^^^£^ mHf^&-^^M >' "~ CARLISLE: THURSDAY, JUI.Y 4, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

To a Correspondent.—"Philip," on the subject of a "Village Celebration," came to hand too late for insertion this week. We shall give* it. a place with pleasure "in our next. ¦'-,_' We' are compelled to omit most of the Volunteer toasts drunk at tire different celebrations this week, for want of room. We shall "bring up the rear-guard" in our next. Hon. WilliaM.S. Ramsey's Speech. .We invite the attention of our readers to this- truly able 'and pertinent address, a copy of which has been furnished for publication at the request Of the Committee of Arrangement. It is worthy the author, not only for its masterly composition, but also for-the excellent republican sentiments it contains—and must place him high in the affections of all his constituents. During the delivery, which occupied about an hour, Mr. R. was listened to with the most marked .attention and with evident feelings of satisfaction by the vast assemblage, and sat down amid the reiterated cheers of the company. " Read i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

J- L-"_: l^JliyEE:. :I.. _____ On TueflHayimorriing"last,:n^"tnevRin Mr. Thornton,. "Mr. Earnest JL Brady, of Baltimore, Md.; to'Miss Margaret C. R., Dipple,i .daughter of Mr. Michael Dipple, of this borough. \". ' '/* ¦ , In ChambcrsWg, on tlie 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Hoffman, Mr,1 ./bAn Cairns, (printer,) to Miss Margaret Oystti, all of that place. ¦;.--,', ^v =£.-,.' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

OUR FZ.JEG. ¦"Now qur flag is flung to the wild wind free, Let it float o'er our 'father land," And the guard of its spotless fame shall be, Columbia's chosen band!" FOR PRESIDENT IN 1840, MARTIN VAN BURflrV, . - AND AN INDEPENDENT TREASURY. da Independent Treasury,—whose officers responsible, to the people, instead of privileged corporations, shall guard the people's money.— Democracy asks in vain, what claim have the banks to use this public treasure as their own,— again to convert it into an engine ot ruinous expansions and contractions of the currency, and of new political panics and pressures, to enforce submission to the Money Power.—Hoh, James Buchanan?aJFoast.. . _. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

COUNTY MEETING. The Democratic Republicans of Cumbcrlar..' County are»requested to meet.sd-the Gourt'Hou'se in the Borough of Carlisle, on Monday the 12th of August next, (Court Week,)-at early candle light, to adopt measures preparatory to the ensuing general election. "A general attendance is requested. MANY DEMOCRATS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

For tlie. Volunteer. ENIGMA. Then; is_a„ word of plural Number, A,foe to peace and human slumber; Now any word you. chance to take, By adding S you plural make—But if you add an Slo this, ., > How strange the metamorphose is; Plural is plural then no more, And sweet what bitter was before. '~ ¦ Dangerous Ascension of a Balloon.— On Monday night an experimental inflation of a balloon took place in a meadow near the Buelah Spa, Norwood. A number of men were employed in holding the vast machine, which was of unusually large dimensions.— In tlie space of twelve minutes tlie balloon was completely filled with heated 'air, generated in a furnace from chopped straw, birch, and aldcrwood; the ascending power on a sudden tlien;,bccame .so great, that in removing the machine from the furnace it escaped from the hands of most ofthe men, and ascended to^r great height, taking up five persons clinging to the ropes and sides of the car. A youth, when thirty feet from the ground, co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

.<? Card. The Female and,Male Teachers of thc Union Sunday School, at Mr. M'Callistcr's School House, respectfully tender,their most sincere thanks to the Episcopal Methodist Ladies of Carlisle who sokindly furnished them with sufch an .excellent entertainment in the college chapel on the fourth of July. They are at a loss for words to express their gratefulness to them for their unwearied attention and politeness to us, who were entire strangers to them. We likewiseleel ourselves much honoured by those Reverend clergymen who treated us with so- much kindness and attention, and'-particularlv the Reverend-Mr. Durbin. for the complete order and arrangement Of the Schools—likewise our esteemed -friends -the-Rev.; Messrs Emory and Sprole for their mnaf_p.sr.oHAn* adtlresses to all present—not forgetting our worthy and beloved young students who have assisted us,,as teachers in our Sunday-School exercises. . j " ... In Behalf of our teachers ja the Country. FERGUS R. KERN AN

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

i:zznsrioEiLmpprS^ Remaining in the Post Office at Newville, Pa. 50th June, 1839. John Bricker Ezekiel M'Laughlin Jacob Brown ' Jane E. Miller Robert Crawford. ¦ Robt Middleton Sarah Crawford . \- John Miller _Simon Crawi A..J. North Mary Carnahan John Reed (depot) John Davidson, Esq.-John Reed of Nathan Henry Dredgo- Elizabeth Richards Abram Eshleman . Cathrine Reifsnyder Samuel Etter .- Emiley Randolph ¦ Abram. Erb.---,-. John Sharp David Ernst" Jacob Stevicfc; Jacob Ecman Mrs. Rebecca Sterrct Samuel Funk* J M SHealor John Grove _ Peter Spahr -David-Green— -GeT>rge"Simons ^ Geo Humes Geo. Torbet Thos Hefflefinger Abraham Whisler Paul Harburn , Abraham Wise Betsy Keridig Thos. Wallace - Rev.Ch'n Lepley Capt. Thos^Wallace CrageM'Cune James Wallace John M'Keehan " - ... -.',';: -,',-'¦ J: MOORE, P. M.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

BLACKING! BLACKING!!, The subscriber respectfully informs the pub -lie that liehas commenced the manufacture of boot and shoe BLACKING at Middlesex; Cumberland county, Pa. This blacking is equal to anyin the Union, and will be disposed of wholesale or retail on very moderate terms JOHN C. STEVENS. July 1,1, 1839. l 3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

. DR. H. EBAUGH, WILL be in this place about the 10th inst., and remain for one week only, and maj be consulted professionally at Col. Fence's ho tel, as usual. July 8, 1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

SHERIFF'S SALE. jO>\ virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Ex-SLD pnnas to me directed, issued out of the Court of Common .Picas of Cumberland courty, will be exposed to public sale at the Courthouse in the borough of Carlisle, on Friday thc 9th day of August, 1839, nt ten o'clock, A. M. the following described real estate, to wit: JM . Tract of JLand, situate in Dickinson township, containing- two hundred and twenty-five-acres,- more or less, adjoining lands of Samuel Cai-otlie'rs, Johnston, toe Prcsbrteriutf church and others, having thereon erected a- two story brick __w_fr-"_L . 'EOU.BB, ' SPm and a two story frame house andjlggja&jglj other out houses. Sched and taken in executiS as the property of . Milium Z.. 7/ cakl'eii. And to be sold by me, .' . . oi ¦«•• ™ JOHN MVEKS, Sheriff. Sheriff s Office', J 'J/ Carlisle,July 11, 1839.5 5t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

SHERIFF'S SALE. JT|Y virtue of a writ of Levari Facias to me J5LB directed .issued out ofthe Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, will be exuosed to-public sale at the court house the bo?- 18o9, at 10 o'clock, A. M. the following described real cstaterto wit: b .111 that ^Messuage, plantatiouand tract of Iand.-situatc in the township of South Middleton in the county of Cumberland, bounded and described as fallows, to ™7 ,1g"""niB '-\la" ahh 0!lk "<¦'* on -Mountain c.reek, thence by lands of the heirs of Charles McClure, dec.', south fourteen and a half degrces, cast thirty three perches to a post, thence across said creek by land of John McClure and the heirs „f .,c,seph Knox dee'd, (called the Pa per Mill tract) south seventy five degrees ad i half, west thirty perches to mountain stone" hence along the //mover and Carlisle Turnpike Road north nihe and a half degrees, west fifteen perches and two tenths to limestone, thence bv the same land of McClure and Knox's hei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

To all Claimants and Persons interested. TVf) ic: i^fr,i ihercby,.Riven th,,t a wr!t or^\re eTl has been i^ni?1 U el;m' 1839't0 m6 (,ire«- Pleat^crbe l?„°dl;Vty e o: nU tlL0 VC rim ^n Mechanic's Liens entereTtr;rt';n cct 0^/^"W'^ Court of Common Pleas aforeLd°S' '" tl,e William Alexander, '-^ -~ ^ - The Trustee's of Dick-/ c ; ,, X".. inson College, In the bo- f , .' , _a.' SUIT"%- rough of Carlisle, in the >"han,c _> _L,en-N"->». county of Cumberland \ AuBust,term'188»- (owners) and Henry My. J ers, contractor. -.-''. SamuelHesslcr, "^"^SciTFa. sur Media-I ' .. "*• >nics'Lien, No. 26Au-- James Moore., ,_>gust Term, 1839. . JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. - Sheriff's Office, 5 ' M Carlisje, July 11,1839. S '„• 5t,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 11 July 1839

- JLJL1ST J\"OTICE. A IX. persons knowing themselves indebted to the estate of Jacob Lehman, late ol Dickinson township, deceased, are hereby notified tor the last time to make payment on or before the 1st day of August next—also the Vendue Notes, given at the sale of said deceased's personal property, are now due, and must be paid at farthest by the above mentioned time. PHILIP SWORD, AdmV. Dickinson township, July 4, 1839, 3t»

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