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

DYEING & SCOURING. THE subscriber respectfully informs the public that she continues to cleanse Clothes of grease, stains, &c. in tlie best manner and without injuring the cloth. She "will also attend to DYEING all liinds of Yarns, Cloths, Silks, fkc. &c. any color which may b'e desired, on themost accommodating terms and with despatch/ Her residence is a few doors cast of Mi\ A. Ricbsu-iU>>.blarc>j.Centre Square, Carlisle. JANE McMURRAY. April 25, 1838. ly

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

X.3FE AWD HEALTH. rERSONS whose nerves have been .injured by calomel, or excessive grief, great loss of blood; the. suppression of accustomed discharges or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes which U;iid to relax and enervate the'nervous system, will find a frien'd to soothe and comfort.in EVANS'CAMOMILE PILLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Falling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, and organic affections ot the heart, nausea, vqmiting, pains in the side, breast, limbs, head, stomach or buck, will find themselves' immediately relieved, bv using EVANS' CAMOMILE and APERIENT PILLS. 1.1\ Evans does not pretendto say that in all.debilitated andjmpaired constitutions—in nervfitis diseases of all kinds, particularly of the digestive organs, and in incipient consumption, whether of the lungs or liver, they will cure.-—That-dreadfuli disease, Consumption, might-have been cbc-cl/ed in its commencement, "Hm'rdi?aTTTOimeTlT3f1rs^ ,r_ra1l^T5vel;-llre land; it the first...

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

CHA.N&33 OF AGENTS For Morrlsbn's Universal Medicines. M ORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT,late Sole Agent in the United States, having been dismissed by. thc British College of Health, Dr. George Ta'vlor now of the city of'New York, has been appointed Sole General Agent arid Hygiii Delegate to t_l_c_.Unitcd States. --The said George Taylor has appointed A. DOlmstcad, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Maryland and Delaware, and thirty three counties east of thc Allegheny Mountains, Pcnm sylvania. and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lehigh county. Pa., General Agent for four counties in lhe state of New York, and'scven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:— Burlington.-Gape May, Cumberland, Glouces-_ef, Monmouth and Salem, in thc state of New Jersey! Gennessec, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygelan Medicines within the said districts, except bv the...

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

DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA!! MORE testimonials of thc efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Pills. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. Sir:—Hying on a visit to Philadelphia, from mj'native village of Gernvintown, 1 jnyhilly avail-tnysolf of the opportunity of adding a few words of recommendation to your celebrated Pills, to thc abundant testimony already given iti their favor. About four years ago, 1 was attacked with Dyspepsia, and for several years .suffered from thai complaint in its worst stages. Notwithstanding I tried every thing, that came before the public, I obtained no relief, till I accidentally saw your advertisement. From the numerous and respectable testimonials which accompanied it, I had >ome faint hopes that vour medicine mig.it not' prove altogether use. less in mv 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 sm-dl return for...

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

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HE A'iLTlI. -tVe^knoiU~llraTlTcali7i , and the ability to labor is the wealth ofthe great mass of the peo/ile in this as in most oilier couutrtes. 'lb preserve, therefore, thpt health by NATURAL, means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to jiilfil which requires our uim(/st 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. Hut still there- dre some in which they are more especially beneficial than in othersj and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of thc stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, j_ntl Indigestion, for which they arc-not only a certain but an immed...

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

WILLIAM MOUBY, , " ¦ *"¦ "<V8 taken that well g. i _________ known tavern stand j^ smS^9>t ^ in the east end of High ^(_|^^__y>i^^ . Street,, Carlisle, sign of^^S^Sf c^^^^ j Commtdore Perry, late-^^__S_Sf^_KB= TE) ly kept by Mr. William j^^3|jH=gH^ , Strohm,.whereheshallbeBHwwmf^^™:'lw , happy at all times to ac- 5_j_jia__t__!_^__^|^___§^ commodate Waggoners, -.- '.-*" Travellers and others, with all things needful to their comfort and convenience. His Bar shall be constantly, supplied with the . choicest of Liquors, and his ' Fable with the best the markets will afford. A careful and attentive .hostler will always be at hand to wait upon those who may need his services. In short, nothing ' shall be wanting to render" general satisfaction to all who may'favor the house with their custom. •Carlis/e. Mav 2. 1839. 3mo.

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

NEWGOODS. ¦ -;--"KUST.received and now.opening at the store flJP- of the subscribers, corner of Hanover and Louther streets, Carlisle, a general assortment of g'SPRiyG' ¦ & SUMMER JGOOPS, '-.FSjpTns Chintzes, Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, V:'-:>jMuslindelaine's, Challies, Veils; Bonnets, Rib-Svlions, Cadet Cibtlis, Cassimereu, and fine Sati* ¦:: vnets. Also, a first rate assortment of Domcs" ¦";'-tic(r_-siich as brown and bleached Muslins, Tick-.£• ingSrTable Cloths, with a great variety of stuffs '-," for Gentlemen's Summer wear, such as Summer 'Cloth, French Velvet, Drillings and plain Lin; ;.;.;,'ens of alfkinds, Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and i-i!IankeenS-^Stodks^Ciavats,.:Bi-'easts-and--Gol--. '¦' lars^Gtoves and VES TINGS. Also a good assortment ot.-', ' ~T ; ; ; ' ^rT.liv^iivmarie' -a^^rocevleij all of which will be sold,low lind.on accommo-:' - dating terms.Z The pubi.o_.ire. respectfully in"vited to call arid examine before making their purchases, arid they wil...

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

MOUIiDBRS. 8iOR 10 good plate Moulders are wanted immediately at Oak'Grove Furnace, Perry ¦ coun.ty,:to whom constant employment will be :-.giveh.and;E0pd-*agesP9id._. Apply to Pubs, Foerino & Thudicm. Oak Orove, May 30, 1839. 2m

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

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE _ POP. ALB. _ _ "~ fJlHE subscriber will sell afprivate sale, aval- JL uable tract of land, situate inNewton township, Cumberland county, about a half mile west * ""'--of Stoughstown, on the . turnpike leading to ? ...Chambersburg, adjoining lands-ol John.Stousch and Samuel Browneller, containing S IX T V-„,, EIGHT ACRES, of first rate LIME'-"'^sTOlJErLAND, about fifteen acres of which a ^"SSJ_red with thriving Yoiiiig Tfmbe.f;i the r5ma .™,"»«J_iunder good fenceand in a high state . of cultivatT<ft^^jng thereon erected a.'.,--. ¦ ;-:n__By | l^jyz>.-^-^-lp^fliy;--. There istdso on the premises a thriving1 ^™- r~apple'orchard^' ¦"-:'."', '¦ s ** Any person wishing to view the premises \yill •_--. «aU with.the subscriber, residing.in Frankford '- ¦ -'' township, about one mile north of Alter's mill, and ai short distance fromHetrick's store. -SAMUEL MARQUART. June 13,1839. ... - -2in. -

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

¦ . NEW COACH MAKING FST.flB tLISH.lIF.WT, ° IN CARLISLE, PA. fB^HE.subscriber having just arrived from the _____ east with some of the best workmen that could be procured, is now prepared .to^nish work in the most fashionable style and ofthe "best materials. He. will manufacture any thing in that line of business, such as ' OARS,- aOAOHES, gig : .SUIjK.Y&-& carriages, of every description. He has now in his employ probably one of the best Spring Makers and Coach Smiths that is now in thc state. His . charges sliall be moderate and his work-will all be Warranted. - . , Repairing done in the neatest manner and with despatchT—— j : ¦ ——.- The-suhscriber humbly solicits the patronage nf the public, for which lie wiW tender his most sincere thanks. —: -: FREDTt A. KENNEDY. Car/is/e. Apri/J8, 1839.--.. -.. . . tf *ORGEMEN WANTED. •Si1 ? GutH^UEFINERS wanted immediate-£3 ly at Dickinsoj^Forge.' Apply-to 7:May'2. 183?7 "";'"' -yH/". 7 tG- EGIH

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

Dyspepsia,''Dyspepsia.. 1 5 there no cure for that distressing "disease? is the echo from thousands.—Read themahy certificates of cures performed by Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile rbflic~and-*jftrmily-A-_icr.ent Pills, The following certificate most certainly convince every person of the great efficacy ol this invaluable medicine. _Dr. Wm..Evans—Dear Sir:—JLcan 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' iier-,vous scnsatioivthroughout my system—so much that I sometimes shook as if I had been afflicted .with-t-alsy_-dqring-aU~this-time-I-toolc-many medicines, but none.would cure me. At last, my physician gave, me up; but .fortunately'!£, dav as I was speaking to a friend'on thei*^-, he'told me that Dr. Wm. EvansVPf. om ,,le Pills were the only medicine thaxf 0ula cu',, me, of which I purchased som^nd .t',e re 4 suU is that I am now enjoying- per...

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

____!SsSS|s^==^^i»^-^^-|fe:^^^™^S\ SIMniE' (f^^^giigliiS^^^Bl-V^gSjpgg^^ ^^^^S^^^^^ffii m ^ *"^g*^jll&££fe'-)5ECT CABINET MAKING '. ¦ I Btrsiwsss...- - -. 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 has just returned from the city, ot Philadelphia, ,with a' complete assortment of the best 7. • MAHOGANY, and other necessary materials,-alid is now pre?, pared to manufacture in the "most fashionable arid substantial manner, . SBCRBTAtilBS.:%?!&&&&' CENTRE AND JGHD TM^i Stands, Ac. &c, and will be thankfid^""11 *h.'J niBy"pleaseno-patroni5eTiim.—i_iW-eriI,s-s"?" be as moderate as the nature*™0 "vork and thc exigence of the times \yiJ_7. . J , Approved country pr__^s;a >r e" ". T££? r -To clhse-the-concern ^*EPSTE ADS of various kinds willy mlidl* ..-, VK"1 f **1»ch/'le »„,,„..„m«„ ../.(¦/.•^-and...

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

"H1__R- SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP JLPOF I'RUNUSVIHGINIANAiOH WILD Cli-ERRY.—This medicine is offered to the jjublicas-anefTectUid re"me"dy"in"Sinrffcctiohs ii>- dicative ot Pulmonary diseases, both in their re-. "cent and mureadvauceri"*tiiges; sire IrayAsth nw^. Pulmonary Consumption, recent or chrcfiic coughs, hoarseness, hooping -cough, '.wheezing, and difficulty of breathing, "spitting of blood, " night sweats, 8t.c. This remedy is highly useful to persons whose nerves have been injured by calomel or excessive grief, great loss of blocd, lhe suppression of accustomed discharges, or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervousnystcm. How many persons do we daily behold approaching to an untimely grave.wrctted in the bloom "of youthfrom their dear, relutivcs-.ind friends, afflicted with that common and " destruciive rayager, called Vonsiirhptiori which soon wastes the miserable-sufferer until they become bet ond the po...

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

THRASHING MACHINES AND HOBSE POWER . , ""¦' CALL AND EXAMINE FOR TOURSELVEs! Till' s'lbscriln-rs. thankful for past favors, take this mcthnd of infnrminjj thc pnhlic tt^fit thty still eontimie the building of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their old stand, in Lou the t* street, Carlisle, where Farmers "mid others can at all times be- supplied. They liave made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, and have also attached a' CLOVER THRASHER, which for durability and simpleness of construction is surpassed by none. , Having all manner of confidence in the supe^- riority ofthe above mentioned machine, Sec. they are willing that Farmers shall test them before making the purchase. Persons wishing to-purchase or examine the machine will j-lcasc make application at the public house ot John-Cornnian, Carlisle. -NEViySj&_MITCHELL. • "May 3", 18387 . >^ "":

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

mTtAO^rBISt^fBrrSwayne's Compound , Syrup of Primus Virgihiana orWild Cher* ' ry.—This is decidedly oneof the best remedies for coughs and colds now in use—-if allays imitation, of the-longs, loosens the cough,'-causing the phlegm to raise free and. easyi; in 'asthma, pulirtorinry consumption, resentrahd .chronic' coughs.wheeiing and choking of phtegrn.hoarse-" ,-ness, difficulty of breathing, croup, spittin_f.Vpf -bloodsi&c. The syrup is- warranted to tfleet a permanent cure, it taken.nccording to directions—;which accompany the bottjes;. ...For.sn.e at the dniHgtoreof ' . . 1\3. Mrgasfct)6i. ,-"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

Terms of Publication The American Volunteer — Is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at 1\oo Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty 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 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 \ot three insertions, and 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. * Handbills, Blanks, Cards, lie. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AGENTS FOB THE VOIUNTEER. t\\c following-Gentlemen will please act as agentsfor this papers subscript»onsreceived,and money paid to either of these individuals willbe acknowledged byxus. ^"*N MooitEV Esq....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

-;¦' -¦T'OUUiJYTiiJER TOJ1STS Drunk at the Democratic Celebration, near Carlisle, on the-4th inst. Forioarded by Slerrct Ramsey Esqr.— The good old ship of the line Pennsylvania —SJVq- lias safely rode out the storm, and beat* off the attacks of the pirates, Penrose; Clubfoot, & Co. Let us pipe all hands-on the fourth, and drink the health of our new Admiral, David R. Porter. By S. R. Hamill. Andrew Jackson; may men endeavor to imitate his ways, and carefully-hand down his real life to posterity, who will survey through the telescope of history "the space where his course has already braided its_jivay,__and how in his retirement,-may peace, tranquility and innocence shed their mingled delights around llilll. .- By Robert Lusk jr. The "lawless mob," may they always be ready to preserve their rights, from being trampled on by designing men, who regard neither constitution -nor laws. By Robert Giffin. The Sermon delivered to C. B. Penrose in the Senate chamber of Pcnna- b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

Wolunteer Toasts Drunk at the Democratic Celebration at Mechanicsburg.1 By Capt. Jacob Dorsheimer, Fresident'of tlie'dayT" Gen. D. R. Porter, chief ploughman of the state; he turns his furrows handsomely and never looks back—Go ahead* By G. F. Gain; Esq. Orator of the day.— David R. Porter, Governor of the commonwealth of Penna.j firm in the discharge of all his official duties, and not to be dictated too by a Federal antimasonic whig senate. By Dr. W. W. Dale, reader of the Declaration of In'dependancc, , Education—Its benign influence is felt and acknowledged in every pursuit of life; it assists agriculture, improves manufactories and benefits commerce; it lessens vice and improves society; teaching Virtue, benevolence and c'harity.— May its importance be properly appreciated by all who wish to secure happiness- and prosperity to their, country. By Dr. A. H. Vanhoff, V. P. The day we celebrate; the day vpon which the charter of Liberty was proclaimed to the world. By S. Ru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

LIST OP LETTERS, . .-Remaining in the Post Office at Mechanics' bUrg, Pa. July 1st, 1830. , John T Ayers Jacob Mumnia John S Atlce Henry Mater William Bennett jSaniuel Water A "&amp;"S"Cbyle John~Mahmng" John Crotzer Bavid Miller Dr Henry. Coleman1' Frederick May Jacob" Coover Joshua Moyer Michael Dill Miss Sarah Martin.. „...., James bunlap Esq CatluinaMosy JWjl.liAm_D. eaii Jo.s£ph_SeAvcojiiex___^___ Abrm Eshelinan-»--r"Jolin-G.Rupp 9 ' Willian\Fagan4 ,Ruth Reese— ~" John Fisher " Joseph Rhodes 2' Miss Sarah Fisher -Aron RoWe JlD „ Jacob Gross -Miss'Elizabeth ? •-• Jamison Hannon &amp; Co -Swisher J , Margaret Ingram Elizabeth Sibef t ' &lt;' PS Jones ' William Short - John Knows~ Peter Seidel „ Behj Krider ' Henry Smith-.-'---—,...__, Jacob-Leitzcl Miss EH Smith,: : David l,eidigh Miss Susanna Spitllc^' John Landis Frederick Senile -"--^ - .Jacob Leidig •' Michle Winger J ;y John-Line ¦'' Saml Wqsthcifer 2 George Mifchler Beneville Weaver " •* GEO. F. CAIN, P. M. <...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 18 July 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Post Office at Newville, Pa.$OthJune, 1839., - John Brickcr . Ezekiel M'Laughliri Jacob-Brown , Jane.E; Miller . Robert Crawford Robt Middletoa..:.•: ' Sarah Cra&gt;vford John Miller' . SiniqriCrawl A. J, North ';'..': T ¦••-. Mary-Carnafian John Reed (dej^jt) *„ John Davidson, Esq, John Reed of Na'tnan Henry Dredgo Elizabeth Richards | Abram Eshlemah Cathrinc Itcifsnyder • Samuel Etter Emiley Randolph - Abram Erb .. ' John Sharp v , David Ernst ' Jacob Stevick,. Jacob Ecman , Mrs. Rebecca STtcrret SamueKFunk" , TTSTSheator ~7^~ John Grove :- - - Peter Spahr ; ;';. . David-Green GeofgpSimons' '.'• :¦" ¦ '"- Gqo.-Huoiea ' r. Geo. Tol-bet -1.') ,'. - iTfeds Hefilefingcr;;, Abraham' Whisler :,'.:, FauIIBarbtirri , J AblTibam &gt;Vise 'V- _...... &gt;', Betsy Kettdig '.. "Sliosi.Wailiic.e.... .,' RevvCbto Lepley. Capt: Thqs. \Vallace ;... Crage-M'gune-^r:—Jamea'^^ace-^-; ' Jbha-M'Keeb-ni^' ;;--.., * '-¦' "::'; .'-;:^;; ... ;;r.:,v^--' r-^.-...

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