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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

CHANGE OF AGENTS , For Morrison's Universal Medicines. HORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT, late Sole Agent in the United States, having been msmjssed-bylhe-BrJtlsl^College-ofTHealthr-Dr.-GeorgeTaylor now of the city of New York, has been appointed Sole General Agentand Hygia Delegate-to the United States. The said George 'Vaylorlvns appointed A. D. Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent'for the states of Maryland nnd Delaware, and thirty*r three comities east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania; and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Letighcounty. Pa., General Agent for four counties in lhe state of New York', and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmnuth:and.Salem, in the state of New Jeraeyj Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New^York. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said dis<- tricts, except by the authori...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA'.! MORE testimonials of the efficacy of Dr. 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 favoit 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 some faint hopes that your medicine might not prove altogether usclcssin 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 (Scnmmendations. As a small return for the benefi...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

J)jspepsia, Dyspepsia. f 3 there no cure for that distressing disease? is the echo from thousands. Read the many certificates of cures performed by Dr. Wm. Evansi-Gamomittt^l^onic-and-FanTily Aperient Pills, The following certificate must certainly convince every person of the^Ereat efficacy T)f this invaluable medicine. - Dr. Wm. Evans—Dear Sir:—I can never be grateful enoughfor thecure I have received by the use of youririvaluable medicine (Camomile Pills,) I was for five' years very seriously troubled with Dysp, psia, which caused a nervous sensjrUp^]mnisho.u.tjn.v.J5ystem^-so.much tliaTrsimeflmes shook as if I/had been afflicted with I.alsy; during all this'time I took many rinedicir.es, but none wpuld cure me. At lust, my'physician gave me Up; but fortunately brie 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 icure hie, of which I purchased some;and tlferesult s that I am now enjoying-perfect ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

jn BAD THIS!—Dr. Swayne's Comfiound SM-Syrup ofPrunus Virginjana or Wild Cherry.—T his isdecidedly one ofthe best "reriiedies for coughs and cohls now. in use—it allays irritation ofthe lungs, loosens the cough, causing the phlegm to raise free arid easy; in asthma, pulmonary consumption*; resent and chronic coughs'.wbeezinjr and choking of phlegm.hoarsencss, difficulty of breathing, croup,, spitting of blood, See. The syrup is .warranted to effect a permanent cure, if taken according to directions wtUch accompany, the bottles." "For sale at the drug store of J. J. Mvers ts'Co. . -1 f.: ¦ ¦ 1 . . : 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HEALTH. We knots) that health, and the ability to tabor is the wealth ofthe great mass of the people in this as in most other countries., 'lh fireserve, therefore, that health by JVA 'I.URAL means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to jut/it which 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-afllictcd, 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 beneficiaf than in others; and among those may be named-the too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bbwels,"siich"a's" Cbblic,"" Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they arc nofbnly a certain but an immediate cure.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

A CATALOGUE OF REASONS. For using Dr. Peters' Celebrated Vegetable PILLS. ' . 1. Because they are exceedingly popular, which proves them to be exceedingly good. 2. Because rhey are composed of simples which have the power to d.o^ood in an immense number of cases, without possessing: the means to do injury in any. ' - 3 i Because they are not a qnack medicinc.but the scientific compound of a regular physician, who has Inade his proTession the studyof his life. 4 Because they are not unpleasant to take nor distressing to retain, while they are. most effective to operate. . 5 Because they are recommended asstandard medicine by the regular faculty. _ 6--Me?ause by keeping the system in a natural state of action, they cure almost every disease which is incidental to the human frame. 7 Because they are cheap and portable, and will retain all their virtues in full vigor, in any climate; and for any length of time. 8 Because, notwithstanding their simplicity anil mildness, they are on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

FQR«jS»IEN wanted. S 1 ? G . °OD.*t»t»jERS wanted immediately at Dickinson FBji^^pply t0 May 2» 1839. \^:;' ^ ^ ^ f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

. E'igiired ?md Platin^Silka.T'K JUSTreceived some' splendid plain, watered figured, Gros-de-Naps and Gro-de-Swiss Silks, iwhich are offered at unusually low prices. ' . ;3un'e.20. --^ ^ .;.... ^ yirnotdtsf Co. ¦ :;,.;^,-.<»M,BjMOM8^r^'r " >. Just recejvedandu.fpr sale a- lot of CORN ,:. BROOMS.»fthe best quanty.V"' ".:"¦ . :.¦ -'¦". , ' ;¦ - J'i'le 27";;.-. ' ":"fe. ,Himiltonr'ttf'Gric'n fi^; ¦ -;: - BLANKS. W$SAi&^ . '' ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

MOULDERS. 8 OR 10 good Plate Moulders are wanted immediately at ,Oak Grove Furiiace, Perry county, to whom constant employment will ,be given and good wages paid. Apply to ss». " •' • Ptiss, Foerino & Thudium. ^*<& Grove, M*y 30, 1839,. 2m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

- - new. '¦:. ' . ¦ C OACH BK AvKI N » - EST,MMSMSBVtlMiJ^T , IN CARLISLE, PA. THE subscriber having just arrived from the east with some of tlie best workmen that could be procured, is now prepared to" finish work-in the most fashionable style and of the best materials. He will manufacture any thing in that line of business, such as OARS, ad&CHES, GICS, SUJLKYS Az CARRIAGES, of every description. He has now in his employ brobably one of the best Spring 'tinkers and Coach Smiths that is .now in the state. His charges shall be moderate and his work will all be warranted. Repairing done in the neatest tnanrier and with despatch: 1'he subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public, for which he will tender his most sincere thanks. FRED'K A. KENNEDY. Car/is/e,-,\pri/18, 1839. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

DR. I. G. LOGMIS, DENTIST. INTENDS residing permanently in Carlisle, and would respectfully offer his professional services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. • He has taken rooms at Col. Ferree's-Hotel, where he may be found at all hours. •Person'* requesting it will'be'waited upon at their fcsidenr.es.' CDr. George D. Foulke, Reference,—' < Rev. Thos. C. Ihornton, ¦ C Or. David M Mahon. Carlisle. Dec. 6, 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

DYEING & SCOURING! THE subscriber respectfully informs tlie public-that she continues to cleanse Clothes of grease, stains, &c. in the best manner and without injuring the cloth.. She wi!l_also attend "to" W^-^t-"DYEl&f^ -v^Ll-v. allhiridsrifYarris, Clofbs/.Silits, 8cc. Sec. riiiy color which may be desired, on the most accommodating terms and.with despatch. .-..' Her residence is a few doors east of Mr. A, Richards' store, Centre Square, Carlisle. :•-;* .-.---- JANE McMURRAY. ,'A'prU 25, 1838; "-'¦;'¦ -ly -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

A bmsw lime oi Freight Cars prom: harhisbttrg to phxl-~^~r~." ' jflL"B "3c*3™cA". ¦ - THE.subscriber, gratejhl"for past favors,.respectfully acquaints his friends and the publicj?tlkat he has put into operation riti the H ARRISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new-DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly between Harrisburg & Philadelphia," by:-which Goods and Produce of ^11 descriptions'wH!be forwarded with care and despatch, at the lowest rates of freight. . Goods will be received atthe WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. coiner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle,' Charij.bersburgt and intermediate places, and bv the subscriber, ¦ "•--¦ ' OWENMJjSABE. Hariisburg, Jan. 31,1839. ,'.. : M, - (17-FISH, SALT AND PLASTER, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce. - ;.:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

.Interesting Curb PERFORMED by Dr. Hi Swnyhe's Compound Syrup ol Primus Virginiana, or Wild Cherry.—Having made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family, which entirely cured my cbild._ .'lhe symptoms were Wheezing and Choking of Phlegm.difficulty. of breathing.atte'n. dedrwith constant cough, -spasinsrconvulsions, Sec. " of which I had given up all hopes of. its recovery,, until I was advised to make a triaUof this invaluable-medicine.. " After seeing the :WBnderft|I ejects it had lipon.mv child, I conclnded-to-make the same trial "upon myself, which entirely relieved tr ieof a cough tliat-I Was afflicted-with for many years; Any.person wishing.to see.me.can call at my house in Beach rt.reet, above the Jlarket, Kensington, ••: -"-+* ,'i;'' j.-.S'.V John Wmcoit.': JPhiladelphhippecJ", 1838. - : *i .. ' 'The.aboye medicine is for sale by " :-: --i: "•-'.' '.:';l2% J-MYERS «t'Co.^ Carlisle,- . --'- . \'<k¦'¦^^:^^d^T¦:l:l','•~'^•'," '~'i*^* ' '- - - ' ¦ '¦' • ¦ '"-¦--- ¦-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

e ( e ef CABINET MAKING ' ; BUSINESS. :-:.• .. ! THE subscriber wishes, respectfully, to in- ' form the inhabitants of Carlisle and the £ public in general, that having received a regu- ' lar course of instruction in the above business, " he has just returned from the city ot Philadel- J phia, with a complete assortment of the best !, MAHOGANYJ - and other necessary materials, and is now pre- r pared to manufacture- iii the most fashionable i and substantial manner, c SBORBTAniBS, BUP.BAUS, ° CENTRE AND END TABLES, ' Stands, Ac. &c., and will be thankful to all who I may please to patronise him. His terriis shall be.ns moderate as the nature of the work and the exigence.of the times will afford. Approved country producetaken in payment. To close the.'concern, BEDSTEADS of ' various kinds will be made, upon , which the weary may repose—and, should Death overtake, them, COFFINS .will-be made.vaccording to r order, in which to deposite their remains that thejjjriiay be at res...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

SHlf, Scotch Girigliiaind & Cotton Umbrellas and a large asprtmeqts 6t plain: and figured Parasols for sale by - :3-"\ a , ' - .ARNOLTJy Co/'- 'Attheir store in Mechsmicsburgv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

THRASHING MACHINES AND HORSEPOWER —&JL-t. -itHi)-Bm*rr!tfrFOIt rOVRSBL VES. ' Tlie subscribers, thankful for past favors,take this methodof informing the public that they still continue the buildingof Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their old.stand, in Louther 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; CJLOYER THRASHER, which for durability arid simplcness of construction is surpassed by none, and a Straw Carrier, Having all'manner of confidence in the superiority oJfltheabov.ementLqhedmatliihe, &c.they are willing that Farmers.sjjall test them before making the purcnase. Persons wishing to purchase or' examine the machine will please make application at the public house ot John Cnrnman, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May 3, J838. ... _._ '_ .°^_ _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

approaching to an untimely grave^ucued in the bloom of youth firm , their dear ii la-.- - .--, lives and friends, afflirted with that c'i mmon and destructive ravager, called Cinsumptiin which soon wastes the miserable suffi rerniitil they become beyond the power of human skill. If such sufferers would only make a trial of DKSwayne's" invaluable riicdichic,'they wruld snnn fjnd thtm. selves more benefitted than "by gnlphing the va- ¦ rinus intffective .renndics with which r.nr papers daily abound, .'f'his sj'rup immediately begins to heal the ulcerated lungs, stepping pro-''' fuse.iiightL sweats,, mitigating the- distressing cough,-and at the same time inducing a healthy and , natural expectoration also-relieving—the — slrortness-nfbrentii anil pain in thechestv.hich behold BR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF PRUNUSV1KGIN1ANA.0R WILD CHERRY.—This medicine is iflered to the public as an effectual remedy in nil i-fTectiins in^SSSH dicative ot Pulmonary diseases, hi.th in lheir-if||f''-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 July 1839

UM A.NB HEAfcTlt^r PERSONS whose nerves have been finjured by'calomel.or excessive grief, ~g"rea.t-Joss of'. Olood, the suppression.of accu.tomed ilisdhatges' or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other cnuses-which tirtd to'relax arid, enervate thencrvous system, will find a friend to sorithe and comfort.inJiVANSiCAMOMILEPJIiLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy «r FallingTSickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy; and organic afl'ectioi»sof-fhe-heart,-nausear-vnm:ting,-pains(>in-, the side, breast.iimbs,.head, stomacli or back, will find themselves immediately relieved, bv using EVANS' CAMOMILE and APERIENT PULLS' . Dr.Evansdoes'notpretend to say that in all debilitated and impaired constitutions—in nervous diseases of all kinds, particularly of the digestive organs, and in incipient consumption, whether of the lungs or liver, they will cure. That dreadful disease, Consumption, i might have been checked in its commencement, :...-and disappointed of its prey all over the land...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

CARLISLE SPRINGS. THE Proprietor respectfully infonms the public iir general'that he is nortfi. ready to accommodate a large number of Boarders and Visitors. The Springs are situated 4J miles north of Carlisle, Cumberland county. Pa. and 3 miles south of Sterrett's Gap, on the North Mountain, in a fine, healthy and romantic place. There is an extensive BATHING ESTABLISHMENT erected (both warm and cold.) and every ao commudation may be relied on. J). CORNMAN. ¦ lune 27,. 1839. 6t N. B—A Barouche will run daily from Carlisle to the Springs during the season; "foY the accommodation of Visiters. D. C.

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