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

A VALUABLE TAN YARD ' FOR F.EITT, AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. THE subscribersjlvill lease for one or more years, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is one Of the best locations in Virginia for carrying on the businessTon an extensive scale, as there is abundant room arid the materials are ample. A number of the Vats are under cover, and all the buildings are ot the most suitable kind—besides the grinding of Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. ' Any quantity ot Hides can be procured in the neighborhood,-as there is no other tannerv within several miles ofthe place—and there is also every facility for getting hides from the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, either by rail road or canal. There is, likewise, a demand at this place for a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government. Possession will be given immediately; For furtlfer particulars enquire of HUGH GILLEECE & CO. Harper's Ferr)?, Feb, 7, 1...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

^ VALUABLE REAL. ESTATE FQR SALB." THE subscriber will selljit private sale, a vaj. -uable tractofiand, situ.ite in Newton township,. Cumberland county, about a half mile west of St'oughstown, on the . turnpik,e leading to Chambersburg, adjoining lands ot John Stoueh and Samuel Browncller, containing-S I X-T-Y EIOHT.„ACIlE , of first,rate LIME. STONE IiAND, about fifteen acres of whicli are covered: with thriving Young, Timber; the remainder is'under good fence and ina high state of cultivation, having thereon erected a Jfe* TWO STORY _MI|Bi_^OG-JaojrjsB,-^_ iiipis ;^V7>^^ TKere-is also oii the premises a thriving ydun' g ufifile orchard' . '-,' Any person.wisliing to view the:premises will call-with the subscriber, residing in Frankford township, about one mile north of Alter's mill, arid a short distance from Hetrick's store. .'•"-. SAMUEL MARQUART. June 13,1839. 2in.

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

A new Line of Freight Cars FROM HARHISJSTJRG TO PHXI.-A.B J&PBXA. THE subscriber, grateful for past1 favors, respectfully acquaints his friends and the pfiblic, tltnt/lie lias put into operation on the HARRISBURG* LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAII7ROAD,-* line of new DOUBLEC-A-RS, which will run regularly between^Harrisbui-g. & PhiladeipJiia i..byLwh.ic.h_.Goods. and-.Prodbce of all descriptions will be forwarded with.care and despatch, nt the lowest-rates of freight. .. Gondswill be received atthe' WAREHOUSE of.THOMAS J. MAXWELLSN. E. corner, of Broad and Vine streets^ Philad^pbia, and forwatded to Harrisburg, Carlisle,- Charribersbiirg, and intermediate places, and bvVthe subscriber, '-.- ¦ -•. -: , v.OWEN-M*GABE. Hariisburg, Jani 31,1839.'¦ - /•:' .' ;¦ :' •'¦> iTT-FlSHr/SALT AND PLASTER, GON^ STANTLYON HAND. Cash paid for almost: all kinds of countryiproduceV v-. '..'¦ '..••¦:'"'" ¦ ¦''''¦

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

DYEINiGr & ^GOURIJ^G.?? THE subscriber respectfully:informs tTiepub-,o.lic that she c6'nViniies ^tJrcleanse..Glqthvs of grease, staii>s/&ci in the;bgst'manner and without injuring the cloth." She will ^also.atteiid to :*.* tV4'?^-\«T||lNCrjT.-.0 V-^-X-J, all kindsbf Yarns,"(vldth's, Sillis,-8cc.""ic.:' :'a'ny, " c.ol6"r"wbicli",mriy'*6"desiredj on the tiiOst- aCoonimodatinjj'terrns'and'with"(lespififiinT ~r-~~- "i^ '.'"»rcj~ _*[S.r residence is a few:doors east «f; Mfc^A'.' Rtcbards'.stbre^TOntre Square. Carlisle. h ¦'***¦">¦ ¦ * ¦: <- ' JA'NEvM'eMURRAY. 1 Apm as,; iass. , ~-- .' - - iy

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

OHAWGH OF AGENTS _^B"or Morrison's Uulvcrsal Itlcdlcl'ucs. HJFORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT, late Sole J9..EL Agent in the United States, having been dismissed by the British College of Health, Dr. George Taylor now of the city of New York, has been appointed Sole General-Agent and Hygia Delegate to the United States. <-m s'lid °™rEe Taylor has appointed A. D. OlmsteadroT Hontiose, Susquehanna'county, 1 ennsylvnnia, Sole General Agent for the states ot Maryland and Delaware, .and thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania! and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, otAllentown, Lehigh county, Pa., Genera] Agent for four counties in ihq state of New York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the stale of New Jersey; Genries'sec, - Livingston, Monroe and bte.uUcn,In the state of New York. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said districts, except...

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

DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA!! MORE't'estimoniuls ofthe efficacy of JDr. Wm. Evans' Camomile Hills. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. Sir:—Being on a visit to Philadelphia, from my native village of Germantmvn, 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 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 ciime before the public, I obtained no relief, till 1 accidentally saw your advertisement. From the numerous and respectably testimonials which accompanied it,.I, had some faint hopes that your medicine might not prove altogether useless in my own case. I tried if, and it is scarcely necessary to add was shortly cured. Indeed the success was greater than I could ppssibly have anticipated from even the warmest recommendations. . As.a small return for the bent-f...

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

Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia. XS there no cure.for that distressing disease? is the echolrom thousands. _Read the many certificates of cures performed by Dr. Wm. Evans' C<momile Tonic^and Family Aperient Pills', ; The following certificate'must certainly convince evcry_persnn of the great efficacy of this'invaluable medicine. Dr. Wm. Evans—Dear Sirs-^-I can never be grateful enough for the cure I have received by the usenf yourinvaluible medicine (Camomile Pills,) I was for five years verv seriously troubled with. Dysp, psia, which caused a nervous sensatioo throughout my system—so much that Isomciimes shook as if I had beeii afflicted ^vitlu_pilSfr7during..altrtlns-fimefit:took.manymedicines; but.none would cure me. At last! my;physician gaye'rrie up;, but fortunately one day as I was speaking to afriend "on-the subject he told me that .Dr. Wm: ^Evans' Camomile Pills were the only medicine that would cure me, of which I purchased some; and the result that I am how-enjoying- perfec...

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

READ THIS!—Dr. Swayne's.Com/iound Sijru/iqfPrunus Virginiana orWild Cherry.— \ his is decidedly one of tlurbest remedies for coughs and colds now in use—it allays irritation of the lungs, loosens the cough,. causing the phlpgintn raise free and easy; in asthma, pulmonary consumption, resent andchronic coughs.wheeaing-nntrehoking of phlepti.hoSFseness, difficulty of breathing, croup, spitting of blood, 8cc. The syfup i»rwarranted to effect a permanent cure, If taken according to directions which-accompany the bottles. ¦¦ For sale atthe drug store of -'¦ .' :. -..:_ !: J. J. MvERs & Co. •

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

.' '.?•' '"':".' Interesting Ciire IffcERFbRMED. by^Dr. n. Swayne's Corn.: JET-pound Syrup of Prunus Virginiana, or Wild . Cherry.—rHaving made use of this invaluable Syrup in my family, whicli.entirely.,cured -my child,;. The. symptoms^ wei-e Wheezing and Choking, of Phlcgm.difiic'ulty of breatbing.attende4'vw.'t|y.cpnstant cough,-- spam's, convulsions, Sep; of which I, had given up all hopes of itsrecoyery,-un'til I was. advised to"make"'.a trial .of this invaluable:"medicinei..;iAfter seeing the .wonderfuleffects.it had~up6n irty; child;-'I tcoii-, cludedito make.the same:trial, upon mvself, \y1iic1v,entirely relieved me of a cough thatlVas afflictedt with for, many years. : . Any. person' ivishing.tOjS.ee me can call at my house in_Beacli; rtreetpab6v ^ e;tbe Market, Kerisiugton.v¦".' '.'"•¦,' '" Xi-li-^'ih',: W¦¦"¦' '¦>¦ '¦ ",0HN WiLtcox, '-' PJitladeJphiai'jBecr.lSSS,, -..-:-,--; ¦ . .... -.:-The above rhedicine is for sale by.:;'- ¦'.T.-,! • -' '• S^?> J. MYER...

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

THRASIIINQ MACHINES AND HORSE POWER CALL AND EXAMINE FOR rOURSELVES.' The subscribers, thankful for past favors, take this method of informing the public that they still continue the building of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their old stand, in Louthcr streetrCarlisleYwhere Farmers arid"others"" cah at,all times be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement on the power apd machine, and have also attached a clovek.thrasiier) which for durability and simpleness of construction is surpassed by none," and a Straw Carrier. Having all manner of confidence in the superiority ofthe above mentioned machine. Sic. they are willing that Farmers shall test them before making the purchase. Persons wishing tb purchase or examine the machine will please make application at the public house ot John Cornmaii, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May 3,1838. ^ - .- >• '

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

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HEALTH, We know that health, and f he ability to'labor is the wealth ofthe great mass of the people in this as in most other countries. To preserve, therefore, that health by NA' I URAL.means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to juljil which requires our utmost attention. THE unparalleled refutation which Peters' Pills have acquired as a Medical Restorative, is themost 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"thro1 their-means is really prodigious, and the complaints'whicli they-havc cured are almost as varied as they are numerous. But still there are some in which they are riiore especially beneficial than in others; and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they are not only a certain but an immediate cure. It is w...

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

A CATALOGUE OF REASONS. For using, Dr. Peters' Celebrated Vegetable ' ¦''.' FILLS. • - 1. Because they are exceedingly popular, which proves them to be exceedingly good 2. Because they are comnpscd, of simples which have the power to do gSSd in an immense number of cases, without possessing the means to_(io.injury_iii any. ; . 3 Because they are not a quack medicincbtit the scientific compound of a regular physician who has madehis profession the study of 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 as standard medicine by the regular faculty. e-.'-Because by keeping the system in a natural state.of action, they cure almost every disease which is incidental tothe hqninn frame. ' 7 Because they are.cheap and portable,. and will retain all their virtues in lull vigor, in any climate; and for any length of time. • 8 Because, notwithstanding their'simplicity and mildness, t...

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

DU. SWAYNE'S.COMPOUND SYRUP OF PKUNUS VIRGINIANA «r WILD CHERRY.— This medicine is i.ffert-il to the public,as an effectual irinedy in alt affection!, indicative ot Pulmonary disea\rs,'bcA\\ in their ft-i? r.ent and more advanced stages; such as Abthnia,'"" Pulmonary Consumption, recent or chronic coughs hoai-stncss, lumping cough, wheezing', nod difficulty of breathing, spitting of bloril, night sweats, &c. This remedy is highly useful, to persons whose nerves have been injured by calomel or excessive prief, great loss of blocd, the suppression of accustomed discharges, or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or either causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervous system. How many persons do we daily behold approaching to an untimely grave, wiette-el in. the-bloom of youth from their clear relatives and friends, afflicted with that crmjnon and destrncive rnvager, called Cnnsumption which soon wastes the miserable sufferer until they become bciond the power of hum...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 8 August 1839

IIPEAHDHBALTH. PERSONS whose nerves have,been finjured by calomel,.or excessive.grief, great loss of ..7?"?0."«.M,e>iPpression of accustdmed discharges' or cutaneous eru'ptiohs, intemperate habits, or other causes which fend to relax and enervate the nervous systemTwilf find.'.n friend tb soothe and comfort,in EVANS'CAMOMILE PILLS. Those.afflicted with Epilepsy or Falling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy, and organic affections of the heart, nausea, vomiting, pains in the side, breast.limbs, head, stomach or'biick, will find themselves immediately relieved, by using EVANS'CAMOMltE aud APERIENT P1IXS. -. Dr. Evans does not pretend to say that in all debilitated and impaired constitutions—-ln.neryous diseases of_all.kuids, parti"ciilariy-6f the digestive organs, rind in incipient consniription.wliethcr of the-lungs or HOere they-will CUI1' .'rirat" dreadful. disease, Consumption, might have been checked in itscommencement, and disappointed of its prey all Over" the- land, " ...

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

FRESH SUMMER GOODS. ARNOLDjt?' CO. are just receiving a large assortment of Goods suitable for slimmer wear: The public are respectfully invited "to call. . . • "JimeSt>~

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

SMMESIIFF'S SAJLF,. . . . . BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas fo me directed, issued out Of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, will be exposed"to public sale at, the Courthouse in the borough of Carlisle, on Friday.the 9th day of August, 1839, at 10 o'clock,'A. M. the following described real estate, to wit: , All the interest of PATRICK BOYLE in a half lot of Ground, situate in the borough of Carlisle, containing 240 feet in depth, more or less,adjoining lots of John Early on the east, Louther street on the south, Robert Lnyburri on the west, and an alley on the north, haying thereon erected a two story XiOG- TSOTJSE, frame Stable and other out honses. Seized and taken in execution as the property of Patrick Boyle. And to be.sold bv me, JOHN MYERS, Sheriff: Sheriff's Office, Carlisle, July 11,"1839". 5t

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

''•.:fr';.'''v;'.^6WdJBC,rv1:f,.'-'Y-",-.: "W^iIEREAS;the charter of.the. •fbaWsle . W .?'Saving.J?u'rid Society;" will expire in 1843! Notice is hereby, given agreeably to the consfitii' tion.nnel lawsnf Pennsylvania that the sfockholders of said i nsjjtutiouiintend apply ing to the next Legislature of the comrnonwealth"for- a'renewal ofxharter.—Changeof riame.style; and title to "Cumberland Valley HarikV" increase of "capital to S200.0DO and general-discounting aiid banking! privileges allander.suchrestrictions ftstbe Ileg-i isjatuxejnaydiretti.iXh' e-above^inititutiontabe continued in.Carlisle, Cumberlrtii'd:cminty.-Pa ) ¦ i"" -"¦;¦ JOI^N J; MYERa -'"• •'August 1, 1339. ¦• . - 6n. "

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

FORQEMEN WANTED. 8IXjriOOD.REFlNERS wanted immediately at.Dickinson Forge. .Apply to -A.G. EGE. , May 2,. 1839." '[[ (';. .'.„:--./; -"-; "if, YliFigured and Plain Silks. . J USp't-ecgiyed s0me 9piehdid plain, watered „.„ ; nSu.rB4UOi-os.de-Nips and Gro-de-Swiss ¦ ts' ^lch "-^^Wd'at unusually low prices. June SO. , ,. -: ..'-r^; ^ - Arjioldisf Co.

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

MOULDBRS. S^OUlO-gogd Plnte^Ioulders are wanted immediately at Oak, Grove Furnace, Peitv •county, W whom constant erripioyment will be ^ycBjyid good wages paid.' Apply to *¦ «', „ lP«E». FOERINoSlTHODimH.^ # Oak Grove, May 30, 1839. - am

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

DR. r.CLdOMIS, DENTIST. fNTENDS residing permanently in Carlisle, and Would respectfully offer.his professional services to the citizens of the place and vicinity. He lias, taken, rooms at-Col. Ferriiu's IfbteJ, where he.may be found at all hours. Persons requesting it will be waited upon at their residences. CDr. Georgi D. Foulke, Reference,— <. liev. Thos. V. ' Jhornton, C Dr. David Ar. Mahon. Carlisle. Dec. 6, 1838.

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