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

VALUABr,EJl_EAl, .ESTATE "FOR SALE.-THE subscriber, will sell ayp'rivate sale, a vol.. uable:tract of land,.situate in Newton.town^ ship, Cumberland county, about a-half mile west of Stoughstown, on the. turnpike.lending to Chambersbiirg, adjoining lauds ot Jobn-Stmivrh and Samuel Browneller.-contairimg S IXT-YEIGHT AbUES, nf first rate LIMESTONE LAND, about fifteen acres of which are covered with thriving Young Timber; the remainder is under good frnce and inn high state of cultivation, having thereon erected a . Jfc^L TWO STORY mmhM' **o& house, i Mm&M la- and new log, barn. ; There is also on the premises a thriving young a/i/ile orchard ^ • ¦¦'¦ Any person wishingTo' view the premises" will call with the's'ubs'criber, residing iii Frarikford township, about one mile north of"7tlter's mill, and a short distance from Hetrick'sMore.- . SAMUEL MARQUART. Julie 13,1839. . 2m.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

A new lane of Freight Cars from: hArrisbttrg to phzz.-¦ '- AD iFHI^t.--^ '"; . THE subscriber/ girat'efui""for past favbrs.-respectfully acqiiaiii'ts bis friends and. the public, that heiias.pnt into operation on the HARRISBURG, LANCASTER, nnd^OLUMBIA RAILR04P, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which willTiih regularly between Harrisburg & Philadelphia; by„whicb Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch, jit the lowesLrates of freight. . C.onds will be receivedatthe WAREHOUSE of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N.-E. coiner of Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle",-Chambersbiirg, and intermediate1 places, and b'v.th,e.subsfcriber. / * OWEN M',CABE. HarijsbnrgrJan.'Sl, 1839.; ' ' ,.v : lIT-FlSH. 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 — 1 August 1839

DYEING & SCOURING: * THE subscriber respectfully informs the pub-Itcthat she continues toclearise Clothes of grease, stains,-Sfc. in the best manner and without injuring thrcloth. She will also attend to '• ¦¦'.i^ ¦ . DTEIITG- .. all kinds ofYarns,-Cloths, Silks, &c. &c. any color which may be desired, on the most accommodating terms-and with despatch.. : * -*-¦ Her residence is a few doors east fif "fir.- A; Richards' store, Centre Square, Carlisle. -J---..-.- - : JANE McMURRAY. April 25. 13S8.. . - • ! ' '. , . ly

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

CHANGE OP AGENTS • I'or Morrison's Universal Medicines. TTTO.RATIO SHEPHERD MOAT.IatcSole JS.JL Agent in the United States, having been dismissed by theflritish Collegeof-Heaith, Dr. George Tavldr, now of Jther' city of .'New. York, ]__»^e'eri-Lippm.ntf^ gui Delegate to the United States.- , -.-.•": ¦ i'he s.iid George Taylor has appointed A. D. Olmstend, of Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for tbestates of-Miryland.. and Delaware, and thirty three counties east of the Allegheny'Moiintains, Pennsylvania; a,ndGeorge C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, ot Allentown. Lehigh county". Pa:,"General Agent for four counties in ihe state of "New Yorlt, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Siilem, in thc-stateof New Jersey.;. Gennessce, Livingston; Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New.York. Hereafter,' no person can or.will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said districts, exceptby the au...

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

DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA!! MORE testimonials of the efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Pills. _____•• ¦ -' ' Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. Sin=Beingon a visit to Philadelphia, from my native village of Germnntnwn. 1 joyfully avail* myself of the opportunity of adding a few words, of recnmfnendatinli to'/your celebrated Pills, to the abundant testimony alreftdy__,given in their favor. About four years ago, 1 was attacked with Dyspepsia, and for several years suffered from thai complaint in its worst stages. Notwithstanding 1 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 useless in my own case. 1 tried it, and it is scarcely necessary tn'add wasslu.rtlv cured. Indeed the success was greater than I "could possibly have anticipated.frnm even the warmest recommendations. As a small retu...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

Dyspepsia, „D.yspepsia. JS there no cure for that distressing disease? is the echo from thousands.- Head the runny certificates of cures performed by-Dr; Wm.-Evans' Cimou'iile 'Ponic and Family Aperient i^H,".;__J__^fc.lo w_i ngxer convince every.p.ers".n__pf'ths.great efficacy ot this invaluable medicine. ¦ ¦*: ¦ : . , Dr. Wm. EvAns—Dear Sir:—I can never be grateful enough for the'cure I have received by the useof vour invaluable medicine (Camomile Pills,) I was,for five years very seriously "trembled with D.spVpsia, whicb^caused a nervous sensation throughout mv system—so much that Isomedmes shoolfas if I had been afflicted with--palsy.;"tluring"J nll^tliisti"m"erI"toc>k~i"nTn"v medicines, but none would cure me. At last, my. physician gave me'up; but fortunately' one day .as I was speaking tri a friend on the-subject he told me tliat'-Dr. Wm.- Evans* Cariiorriile Pills were the only medicine that would cure me, of whicli I purchased some, and the" result s that! am now e...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 1 August 1839

THE TRUE'RICHES OF LIFE IS HE ALTH. ;¦ We know that health, and the ability to labor is the wealth oflhe.great mass of the people in this as in most other countries. To preserve, therefore, that health by NA'l URAL means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to julfl which requires our utmost attention. THE unparalleled reputation which Peters' iPills have acquired as a Medical Restorative, is the most unquestionable proof that can be given of their immense importance tothe afflicted, in almost every class of diseases,'- The number of letters received from patients recovering tjiro* their means is really prodigious, and-the complaints which they have cured are almostas varied as they, are numerous.' Hut still there are some.in whicli they are more especially beneficial than in others; and among those may be nanicd the too often fatal complaints of the'stomach and bowels, such as Cbolic, Flatulence, and IndigeStion, for which they are not only'a certain but an immediate cure. « I...

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

A CATALOGUE OP BEASONS, For using. Dr. Peters' Celebrated Vegetable PILLS. ¦ ¦¦: ¦'. 1.. Because tliey are exceedingly popular, which proves them to be exceedingly good. .- "^ 2. 'Because they are. composed of simples -wJiicli-liave-thc-powcr-to do-goo d-irrarrimmense—number of cases, without- possessing the means to do injury in any. ,_, " ' 3 Because' they arc not a quack mec]icine_but the scientific compound of a. regular-physician who has made bis profession the study of his life!. . 4 Because they are not unpleasant to takr nor distressing to retain,.while they are most effect- ' ive to operate. ' 5 Because they are recommended as standard medicine by the regular faculty. " 6 Because by keeping the system in a natural state of action", they cure almost every disease which is incidental tothe human frame. 7 Because they are cheaptnnd portable, and will retain all their virtues in full vigor, in any climatej and for any length of time. , 8' Because, notwithstanding their simplj...

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

FR.ESH SUMMER GOODS. ARNOLD 15" CO. arc just receiving a large assortment of Gpods-suitable'for summer wear. The public are respectfully invited to call.' " • ¦ -' .' ' June 20

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

CHEAP READY TOADS CLOTHING. THE subscriber thankful for past favors, res.-pectfullylnformrthe public"tliat'he has on hand a large assortment of ready made clothing at his establishment, a ;few doors west of the Post Office, in Main street, Carlisle, which he offers for sale on very moderate terms. He also continues to.carry1 on tire-Tailoring business, and will always be grateful for a Sharif public patronage. . - ¦ ' WILLIAM M'PHERSON. June 13,1839.' ' - tr

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

". ;- ¦' ' . 'Mdst.of>Z,etters-j-<'zy'- -1» EMAINING iiTTliePost Office at Sloughs-MM, toWn,:Pa,;}u\y 1st. 1839. -.'-'' r ¦ * Anderson William " Haferty John Bunlap_Capt. James Lutz E or S Browneller .g?«*»?r Jame.s.._.- ._ Moore William Hiskey Valuntine Mekey Joseph Heany George -Rhnads David "> ¦¦¦¦ JOHN STOUGH, P. M. MOULDERS. 8 OR 10 good Plate Moulders are wanted immediately at Oak Grove Furnace,' Perry county, to whom constant employment tyill be given and good.wagespaid. Appl>ito! - 'Plies, FoeriJio & Thudium. ".Oak Grove, May-30, 1839. . 2m '•

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

FOIictE^IEIV WANTED. S1 ^ S°n?,t-Rpifi;ffiERS -wantedlmmediate-^f, ly at Dickinson Fon.^, Apply to . Mayg, 1839. ' ' , . . '"''^-vg' KGE,e . Figured and Plain Silks; .„ JTOST received some splendid plain, watered 99 figured Groside-Naps. and Grci-de-Swiss Silks, .whichareolferedBtunusually low.prices. June20. '.. ¦'.,..,¦ _," Arnold & Co. .' -¦-. GORBT BROOMS. ~^ mSvi'lK'ru a u d for sale"alot of CORN BROOMS of the best quality. 1 .^ - June 27. ' ¦ , " -*¦ ^ .. ^Hamilton Uf Grie' r. ; "', BLANKS,FOR SALE.^ y','-:

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

Silk, Scotch Gingham &.Cotton U-mbrellasandn large assortmerit of-.plam and figured Parasols for sale bv - --.-'.-s. £-™" ™' "... ¦>*¦ -¦_.•" .ARNOLD ar do.-' ;. .'. At their store in" Jlechsmcsburg'

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

- Interesting; 'Cure'. * m»ERFORMEb bv Dr. tl. Swayne's Cornjptpb.uod Syrup of Prunus Virginiaiia, or Wild t-herry.—Havingmadeuse of this invaluable Sy.^P mJ«y family, which; entirely cured my civ ^•'o -..ir.nfnm, jnrfp_ AVJvr_ei!ini>: _nnrl C c t%"-¦--— C ' -. , ; «. . • ¦ . » a; .. . w ' . .

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

READ THIS!—Dr. Swayne's Compound SyrUp ofpruriusVirginianq or Wild Cherry.—This is decidedly one of the best remedies for coughs and colds no.y in use—it .allays irritation of the lungs, loosens the cough,' causing the phlegm to raise free and easy, in asthma, pulmonary; cpnsuftiption. resent and chronic coughs.wheesring and cliokingof phlegm.hnarse; ness, dimcultv ofbreathing, croup,, spitting of blood, &c. The syrup is warranted to effect a permanent cure, if taken nccordinci to directions which accompany the bottles. For sale at the •drug store of . J; J. Myers & Co.

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

TTfelt. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP JSJpOF PRUNUS VIRGINIAN A, on-WILD t^HLRIty.— I his niediriiie is iffViecl to the public as an effectual .remedy in all i.ffections indicative ol Pulmonary diseases, both in tlieii^rSs^j cent and imiri-advanced stage>;sucii as AtthQmi;'"! Pulmonary Comuhifttion, recent c r chri1ilib£^ coughs, hua,Mile's, hooping cciigh, wliEiziiig," and difficulty of .breathing, spitting of bleed, niltht sweats, &c. This remtdy is highly metal to persons whose nerves have bun injured by caleimel or excessive pricf, grvat loss of bleed, the suppression of nrrustr.nitd dittlrargcs, e.r. eriunneous eruptirns, inte nipe-rate- liubits.i.r other causes which tend tn renovate- or relax the nervrus system. How ninny persons do we daily . behold approaching tei anuntiniele giiivi;,wre ste-el iii th r.hlnnm of vr-uth frim their dear, re lativesand friends, afflicted wit_h that pf niti.nn and elestrnc ive r.ivager, called fonsumpiien which soon wastes tlie miser...

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

XirE AWE HEA1.TH. PERSONS-whose nerves have beep 'injured by clilomel, or excessiVe-grief. great loss of biood, the suppression of accustomed discharges or Cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to .relax and enervate the nervous system, will find a friend to soothe and comfort .in EVANS*_CAMOMILE PILLS. Those afflicted-withiKipilepsyror- Falling "Sickness. Palsy,- Serious Ap(ipl"exy,-_aii*0rgaiiic affections of the heart, liaiisea; vtimHing, pains in the'side, breast, limbs, headj-strirhacb or back, will find themselves,;-immediately relieved, bv using EVAJiS" CAMOMILE aiid APERIENT PIttSi": Dr. Evans does riot pretend to say that In all debilitated and impaired, coristitutions—in nervous diseases cf-all kinds, particularly of the digestive organs, and iniiicipierit.ceinsiimptinn, whether of the lungs \or. liver, they will cure. That dreadful disease,'. Consumption, might have been checked in its commencement, and disappointed of its prey all over,J!t...

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

THRASHINGr MACHINES . .¦"-•'' -"¦ . AND . ;-,"'4 - _, ; EtoRSE Po'^Eii •"" .!'; CALL~ ANO EXAMINE FOR roVRSBLrSs! ' .- The subscribers, thankful for past favors, take this method.of_infnriiiing_tlie_ public_thal_tliey. still cpritiiiue'thc bbil'dirfg of Thrashing Macliines and.Horse Power, at their old stand, in Louther street, Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all limes hcijUpplied. They have made a considerable imptovem'mt on the povyeir. and machine, arid havejalso attached a - - 7 CtQVER THRASHER, whicli for durability and simplcnessof construction is surpassed by none, arid a Straw'Carrier-. /Having all manner of confidence; in the super riority of the above mentioned machine, he...they, are willing that Farmers shall,res/ them before making the purchase. Persons wishing to purchase or examine-the machine will please make application at the public house ot -John. Commao, Carlisle; - NEVIUS 8c MITCHELL. May 3,1838. • '...•*•.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

V-ft.3E.tTABI.B PAH3M FOR SALE. r nHE subscriber offers at private sale the fnl-J. lowing described valuable real estate/situate in Allen township, Cumberland'county, containing 114 acres, more or less, of patented land, aboul 90 acres of which are cleared and in a high state of cultivation, and the residue covered with thriving timber.- -The improvements are a ' H_j- TWO 9TORV tfUM STOUB HOUSE, JlliygJIa And Bonblo Log Barn, two Apple Orchards, one of which is of choice fruit, a never failing spring "f water,.and a fountain pump at the door—a!so,.a Tenant House. The above mentioned tract is nearly all limestone laud, of a good quality, and is in ahcaltliy neighborhood—within two miles of Mechanics burg and the Cumberland Valley Rail Koad, and about one mile from Shepherdstown. \n indisputable title will be given. For terms anolv to the subscriber near the premises. 11 ' JAMES GKAHAM. May 30, 1839, ' tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

NOTICE. A T a stated Orphans' Court begun on Tuesday the 30th day of April,'A. I). 1839, at Carlisle in and for, the county of Cumberland, the following proceedings Were had, viz: In the case of the partition and valuation of the Rea|-Estatc-of JOSEPH SIIHOM, late pf the boroiisiujfCjirllsle, deceased, on motion ot Mr. Lyon, Kule on all ihe parties interested IheTvii/thnt tiny be and appear at the next stated Orphans' Court to he held at Carlisle oq Tuesday the 10th day of September next at 10 o'clock, A. M. to aecept or refuse such shai e or portion of tl* said Ileal Estate as they may respcctivrly be legally entitled to take at the valuation theretf. AND In the case o'f the sums or accounts returned in live-.Inventory of the personal estate of tile said Joseph Shrom,deceased: On motion of Mr. Lyon, Rule on all the parties interested to appear at the said stated Orphans' Court to be held at Carlisle as aforesaid .on Tuesday the said lOttl day of September next at 10' o'clock, A...

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