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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

•TEETH; •,:,"'. SlLlClOUi METALIC, OR MINERAL ISC0R-. BUPT1BLE TBETH. ,,'; It has for many years been a gVeat desideratum amonfj European- and American-Dentists,* to manufacture Teeth from incorruptible materials which should imitate the natural living- Teeth, Many have devoted years to unsuccessful -experiments, and others have succeeded in uianutacturing teeth of materials similar to the porcelain ware, but generally they have am opaque wli'to appearance, by vMiich they nre.easilyiais" tinguishedfrom the human teeth..,,-.' ."'.' ¦¦ '7 ; S -'. After long and tedious experiments, the sub; seriber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly hi imitation of human teeth. They have a.semitransparency, and are made of various sizes apd shades.' :' ¦- :?- - ¦ '; In cases where absorption of theaveolar-pro-. cess, or other causes may rcnder.it necessary, hewill' cast of the same materials attartied to the teeth; artificial gums, which shall...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

OOMMOW. BOBOOIiW- •• ¦ OF CARLISLE. IT has been resolved that the Board of School Directors of the "Borough .of Carlisle "will hereafter meet on the first Monday of .each month irt the Town Hall at nine "o'clock In the winter, and eight o'clock in' the surhifier,7for the admission of scholars into the public sclinols, and the transaction of other business; Teachers, parents and scholars, will therefore take notice, that the next meeting of the Board will be on Monday the 4th day of February next, and On tne first Mondayof each month following, and that these will be the only opportunities afforded for presenting bills and admitting scholars. , ^ ¦ . ... Teacliera are Informed that the ,12th Rule of the published regulations i»f. the Board, which permits a Teacher at his or hei discretion, to allow a scholar to attend school,' until the next ¦meeting of the. Board,hds reference exclusively to flew scholars, who have hot been at any'school in the borough for the preceding six mo...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TO DRIIGjGISTS. A Drug Store situated in a town in one of the ntost fertile sections of Pennsylvania, is offered for sale, To a person of moderate capital, there are liut few more^leSirable situations; -A- House andi Lap-will be rented to the purchaser, it required, and rjosaessiorifthereof given at anytime. . Fer.further particirlars enquire of the Editors ot the .Volunteer.- - - " ' , ,-' January 31,18SG. Tt.i.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

A-new Iiine of Freight Cars FROM HAHRiaBXTRO TO FXtXCADE-bPBIA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, reipectfully acquaints his friends and the public, that he has put into operation on the HAWer RISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA KAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly between Harrisburg & Philadelphia, by which Goods and .Produce of all_flelScnptibnsjvHlbe-fo£W*arded~with-care-and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight, , • ... Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL. N. E. corner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chatubersburg, and. intermediate places, and bv the subscriber, ¦ S ¦ ¦ ¦ t>WEN.M'CABE. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. ,v, OAFISH. SALT AND PL ASTER, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

PISSOI4UTION. :,_..:, The partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers,-under the name of Mooro and Biddle is this day dissolved by mutual-consent All business of the firm will be settled by John Moore. JOHN MOORE, . EDWARD M. BIDDLE. -Carlisle, January 31f 1839. ,-7^-^--*-----

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

CHANGE OF AGElffTSi; For Morrison's Universal Modictacsi ;.;y; HORATIO SHEPHERU MOAT-,late Sole .Agent iii the United States, haying been dismissed by-theiBritlsh.Collcgoof Heaith>,Dr. George Taylor, now of the^city"of New Ydrk, bus been appointed Sole General Agent and Hy,-gia Delegate to the United States. %" The said George Taylor has appointed A, D. Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent forthc states of ¦•'Maryland and Dclaw'aVe,'atid thirty^Hhreo counties east of the AUegJicny Mountains, Pennsylvania; andGeorgc C.Tiand, Surgeon Dentist,, of Allentown, Lehigh county, Pji.'i General' ,'A ^ gent for four counties in lite stani'of New York/ and seven in the state of New Jersey, toI-wit :— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland,'; Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the state.of tNfcw. Jersey:, Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe'and Steuben, in the state of New York. V. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TO BRIDGE ^ BUILDERS • P. GOOD'S mFAOTEBI&NT IN BRIDGES. "¦ "•fTIRAN.ClS GOOD, of the township of New MJ London, in thc.county of Chester, and state '^Pennsylvania,.obtained letters patent fur an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and permanency, with economy, so much so as not to require, in some situations:-more th"aTT"otiinialf"thc expense to/Srect a Bridge on this plan, and when built would not.be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the stteami the Bridge being constructed and secured .in-such a manner, that if the water should rise so high as to run over the top.'ofivthe Bridge would remain firm and se, cure. The plan has been submitted to a number df scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this, plan has been erected cjver a branch of Whiteclay creek„in ttrtfttjownship of Londongrove, which received the approbation of a Jury .appointed by the court to view the name. ; The subscriber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

1 ntereitihg^Dase'^q-r-ed,; •"'"PkMlLr APERIENT i>/£ts. ' • ^J T»ENJAMIN'BpWN,cornero('Shippenahd MM George streets.'Philadelph.ia; was affected tor- seven -years with-extrime Thervousness.'by which he was notable td-write-his name; Hissymptoms were eruscationildaily spasmodic pain jn the head; loss of appetite;' palpitation of ¦ the hearr,'giddinessandditnness'of sight!, &\%a.inahfi'ty, of.engaging in -anything thatrdemanBedi vigor or courage;.sickness bf'the stomach, impaired appetite, coldness and weakhess'of-the extremities, emaciation ;and .exjreme .debility, disturbed resr.,a seris^ of Dressbfefanarw^iirKt nn thefstomach after eating, great, meritaraespdndency, severe flying pains in thechest,iack_and .side,,costiv"e"ness andiJh dislike.for society "atfd conversatiohi; ?Mr. -B.^has m&detrial of vbrious medicines nowbftforeithe-publicibuttoncreffect; . untilrobservinjr TO" S'publicSiSaper. some'eures performef byq^WjUiaih'sEvans's .Camomile Tonic and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

^y:^i^M^Sixij^..,.e.. "¦P&R the purpose ofjcm'oying K general fire'MS'Judice that-prevails against the Hombeopatlnc.practicc of medicine, as well as to give a gukliis'xa the unfpundi'dreports.of- some, interested "individuals 'concerning it, the subscriber thinks it necessary to present to flip j public .-the following voluntary certificates of cures perfcr'- med by him", fromIpersons'of'respectability, long known in the borough of Carlisle. Persons similarly afHictedmayvhavetheir complaints as'well 'as theiiv prejudices, removed; by/calling on F. EHRMAN, Hdmoebpathic Physician, E. Main street,: Carlisle. ' ',, ' ; December 27,1838. {;','";' ;";• ' '" "" " :^;Rj;-fM;;^H .Qfothh-iHonuBopatKiii over the old practice fey ¦' 1 -of Medicine' fairly established. TO WHOM It MAY IDOIVCERN. CJ0METJJIV1E the last of. August, A. D. 1837, ^5 St.small.protuberan.ee appeared on my face near my left eye: 1 thought it was what is called a blind bbll.an'dtrcated it accordingly. Several day...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

.._,—- ...G.Bonoifi'row.c. D. C. June 38, XS3S. TO DR;;WM. EVANS Respected- friend: I am truly gratified that .1 can return my sincere thanks to you, who have been the cause of my being restored to perfect health. For five months past 1 Have been laboring under a severe Chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism, attended with debility, loss of appetite, lownessof spirits Etc. Having frequently heard of the truly excellent quality of your Camomile Pills, Iat last determined to make trial of ihem; although not without considerable opposition from my physit;iarrand familyr-ATlast SOTing'TiTy" determination they argeed to the trial; and'upon using the third package I was altogether*; restored to health. How can I express my gratitude and sincere regard for such a saviopr of human frames? My case was iltqgeiher hopeless, and I must confess myself surprised at the extraor-, dinary result, -No people were ever more bless ed than we are with such remediert^Tlfe many quack advertisements which app...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TO THE PUBLIC. MORE PROOFS of the)efficacy of Dr. W. Evans' Camomile 'Fonic and Family Apeiieiit Pills.'—Mr. Joshua'Swain,. Cape May county, N.J;, effectually restored to health.from the following; distressing symptoms:-r:Extreme ilebility^attended, witlv constant-pain in the side, back apd limbs', giddiness"and dimness of sight; sickness at the stomach, impaired appetite; difficulty of breathing; great pressure and weight at the stomach after eating;'depressioti o'fjSpirits, coldness and weakness of the exfremiriesfflying pains in the chest; cost!vehess, arid-other: syrnpi tonis not necessary to enumerate. Mrs. Swainj wife of. -the; aforesaid; Mr. Swain, lias also .been restored-to health by the above Invaluable medicfrie's. Hersymptomswere—^nervousness.Jiead ache, pain in the sidejvjbss of appetite,"disturbed rest, eructations,.Sec..- "^Tjie public are hereby informed that their motives-fbiMjiakihgHii's declaration are, that others afflicted with like symptoms may receive inform...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

IMPORTANT TO^FEMAIiES. DR7 WM._ EVANS*: Camomile Pills liaye proyed-to be the rriost'useful medicine now betore. the public, in eradicating all the diseases caririectedwith thete^alejexr Oneofthemoit dangerous epochs.to.females'is at the change of life,'arid it is.therithat' they require a medicine, which will so invigorate their mind.and strengthen • their constitutions, -as"may enable them to withstarid the shock.' -iiadies who are,in a delicate s.tate^^riLOfteri- troubled with'sickness, such as uojojfing, hfeart^borni head"acl)e,''"toptli7ache, hysterics, and other troublesome symptoms.from which theyi'-willifind^hem'selves relieved, by taking Dr. Evans? iffamoiriile Pills, which removi disorders in thei head,.'invigorate the. ^ ui'.nd,-strengthen the hpdy.lmprbve tR&meinory, arid enliventheimagination. Remembering alwavf tq keep the bowels open with Evans' Family A . perient Anti-bilious Pills. For sale.atjthe • • • 'n ..--'.-: 'HEBALD'OFFicE.Carlisleand.bi ,K .". r-r'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

TH6 TliUE RICHES OF LIFE IS 7,„T':.H|;AL-T H...' JVe know^that health, and the ability to. labor is the wealthofihe great mass of the people in this as in most, other countries. 'lb preserve, therefore, that-health by JVA7URAL meant, is a grand moral and political scheme, to Julfil whhh 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 bf diseases. Tlie number of letters received from patients recoveringthro' 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 Cbolip, Fhitulence,-and Indigestion, for which they are not only a certain but an immedia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

SVIEIXSELL'S DOTJSLB lifting pump. THiisubscribers having purchased the riateotrightofMeixsell'sDonbULiftingPump * [°^C"'^'2j-yjiJ^r^ tics, "hereby give notice that they are now pre3, pared to finish and put up at the shortest notice. , the above mentioned 5 VALUABLE PUMP. ' and at so reasonable a rate that almost anv person will be able to procure one. Firm the knowledge the subscribers' have of the great mil ity of the Pump, which is 'constructed nn the principle of the fire engine, they hazard nothing m .saying thatut .vill fully come tin to publlc.expectation. Thepublic are requested t'n call at the depot adjoining Mr. Aughinbaugh's HoteLin Carlisle, where one ot the pumps can be seen in full operation, in the cnurst-.of a few (lavs JAMES FEROUSON, Landhbur? _ A. YOUNG, Carlisle: ""SOVrSMarch IS, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

¦ ^ ^Q^XWBJf-TlSTig. ., ^ < ^ JThe^stibscriber furnishes Dentists- with his Celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which have been spoken of in the highest terms of commendationrbjt fall whorhavp usedtliem. and^By numerous meJppf profound chemical knowledge who havejjxa'rained them- Als», Human Teeth . Gold-Foil, Tin do., &c. 8cc. including evert a# title of material used in Dental Surgery. TeethgoldjT&c. sent by mail to any pail of the Union when ordered, ; . ;E.'H, KNAPP, May ol, 1838. . . Surgeon Dehti8t,,Bal'timore

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

-¦JTIACIIIAI^l AWDer. ' Bi^rr JW^iiiifactUr The subscriber wishes!: to infqrm-'his.friends and ihe public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen 'Fac-?ones, together with .„.-._..:.. FRENCH BURHIW11.1. STONES, at hisold stand in NewCumberlaod/all of which he will warrantto:be.ihade in the best workmanlike mariner' and of .the best materials, and sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating terms. , -.,,'....,;_ .. ...... ° A constant supply of Cards will be kept on hands, and old machines repaired. ..,.., - ¦ . ABR'M ME£»WNCaSR77" June 21,1838. ^^^ .: : ly :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

, • FANO? STOVES.-\>, A SPEJy-DID assortment offaricy Franklin . /-SS-J-riSy1??':?**'*;' intwdad-for-coa-of Wood. Also, a variely ofiCSok' ing^Siovei of the most.economical.-.and approved jkind, ..- Woodst9«Le.s,an.4 other.castings.lor sal&ehKerVfiriunetl or in the platei, very cheapfor cash or approved csuntry produce. '•'-, -•¦-; i .-¦¦ - • - J"j ........ PlEIS, FOERIHO ^THtlDIT/^ Oak Grove Furnace, OdK^lSSSp- , : xfr '¦''':'¦'•:'-''-'V.:iL V£#mx™:,::,:f$C Dr^ Knaph, DfnWs^.returhshtaitiaiil^iSii rieads for theliberaLpatronage. wluohvhe has •ceived, 'arid gUres notice tHat h^ will 'continue o_ii&t$i^t?annmiy£-&dWl*-.mffli \ ' ¦ ' ' ' -. -.-¦¦--"¦ .-¦ -T7T-i;-!T?-ng !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

'¦-"{-¦:. ^bEribtit fg J Neatly; and expeditiously ek&cifc 7ritB.«Latthis office ^"=J"P'¦¦?('¦¦ :¦''-. * .' :'--;v 7.--'.'/ '/•'¦ . zr .v-' .- - -- - ¦ - -' ¦ 'V •'! '¦ -'..'.- , I'-' - >" " \ "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 February 1839

IIVER COIgPI,AlNT, _ > Ciircd by Or. Wm. divans' Chamomile Tonic . . and~yjperieht Pills. MRS.LYTLE, Moiint .iov, Lancaster co. ' Pa, completely restored to health, by Dr. bvans Chamonuje Pills; Her symptoms were, great pam in her right side., could not Ii*e on htr kit without an aggravation" of the pain, disturbed rest, Extreme debility, pains in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart,- giddiness and dimness of sight, hmgor, with other symptoms indicating great derangement in the f'uilc-Aipns.-of the liver." Miss.Lytle, daughter of the aforesaid Mrs. Lytle, has also been restored to" perfect health, by the same invaluable medicine. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, nftended _w.ith_severe painin her side; sickness on~ the stomach, .eructions, &c. Mrs. Lytle has the pleasure of informing-': the public, tbat.numertius cases similarto herown, {in her vicinity) have been restored.to health by the same inyalulible:medicine..,: General Office for the sa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

Tdimis of-JBtibliCfitioti. The American Volunteer Is published every Thursday morning,'(in the white frame' building, (rear of the court house,) at Two Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. No.s.ubscription 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 S*00 P"' square for three insertions, and 25 cts. for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. Handbills, Slants, Cards, tic. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AG-EiSFTS FOR THE VOLUNTEER. The following Gentlemen will please act as agents for this paper; subscriptionsreceivecl.nnd money paid to either of thescindividualswillbe acknowledged by us. John Moore,...

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