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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

DVSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA!! MORE testimonials of the efficacy of Dr. Wm. Evans' CamomilePilfs. -.":•* ... Philadelphia, Dec-19, 1838. Sir:—Being on a visit to Philadelphiav from my native village of Germantnwn, 1 joyfully avail myself of the opportunity of adding a few words of recommendation to' your celebrated Pills, tb the abundant testimony alren'dv given in their favor. About four years ago, -l'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 useless in my own case. I tried it, and it is scarcelv necessary to add was shortly cured. Indeed the success was greater than I could possibly have anticipated from even the warmest recommend dations. As a small retui-n for...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

Dyspepsia, Dvspepsia. r f 5 there no cure for that distressing disease? is the,,echolrom thousands. Head the many certificates of cures performed by Dr. Wm. Evans'-eamomilezTonicTand:Family- Aperient Pills, The following certificate must certainly convince every person of the,.great efficacy of this invaluable medicine. -' Dr. Wm. Evans—D.ear Sir:—I can never be grateful enough for the cure I haye received by the use of vourinvafuable medicine (Camomile Pills,) I was for five years very seriously trouh)ed_w.ith_Dy..sp, psiat-wliich- caused-a-nervous sensatioii throughout mv system—so much that I sometimes shook as if I had been afflicted with palsy*, during all this time I took manymedicines, but none would cure me. At last, my physician gave me" up; but fortunately oneday as I was speaking to a friend on the subject he told me that Dr. :W_m. Evans'. Camomile Pills were the only medicine that would cure me, of which I purchased'some, and the result hat I am now enjoying- perfect h...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

RBAD THIS!—Dr.Swayne'a Comfiound Syrup of Prur ius .Firginiqna or Wild Cher* rjf.j^-1 his is decidedly one of the best remedies Tor coughs and colds now in use—if, allays irritation of.thelungs, loosens the cough, causing the phlegm to raise free and easy( in asthma, pulmonary ^consumption, resent and chronic coughs.wheezing and choking of phlegm,hoarseness, difficulty of breathing^ croup,; spitting of blood, 8cc. The syrup.is warranted to effect a permanent cure, if taken according to directions which accompany'.the'.bottles.Jl.Fnr sale at the' drug store of J. J. Mvkrs & Co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

>".'?•:-' : Jateresting Cure v PERFORMED by Dr. 7/. Swayne's Cmr> pound Syrup ol Prunus Virginlana, or Wild Uierry.-^Having.made use of. this invaluable -ifrav "VM family, which entirely cured my PbJW.„T lid symptoms were Wheezing and Choking of Pblegm.difficulty of breatbingjatten: Ued witlvconstant cough,: spasms, convulsions, Sec of which I had giyen up all hopes of its recpyery,,until I was advised to make a trial. bf tins invaluable medicinei'j After ;.-seeingl the wonderful,Jpcts if hadiipnn niy child, rconcluded to. make the same trial, upon' mvself, which enlireljr relieved me of a cough that I was aiiy^L^trioiJriagy; years... AAny! person wishing to see;.m?xan call atrny hou^elhBiacir. rtreet, above;tljje;Market^Ken'siiig<lon. '•"•.'" , "•'TJU*r'3--,;.-?fciii''-v'-;' : -"'- •-.; Jobn WlLLCOX. , Philadelpbla,;bpir7- 1838: ^.-^ ^i'^ii^jc... - F :*h6'abbi^'tmie(tetriei»('f«i^Me-ji]r'.\:-.l--:i'^i£:.'vl v.-':! ^^M?^|^ERS;&:Cd^C" iHiileV..'"j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

THRASHING MACHINES AND HORSEPowrn CALL AHIS EXAMINE FOR-, rOUHSELPEs! The subscribers, thankful forpast favors;take this method of informing the'public that they still continue tbebuildingof ThrashingMachines and Horse Power; at their old stand, in Louther strcet.Carlisle, where Farmers and others can at all tifties be supplied. They have made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, a'tiil have also attached a - CLOVER THRASHER* which for durability and simplenessof construction is surpassed by none, and a Straw Carrier: Having all manner of conlidence in the superiority ofthe above mentioned machine, &c." they are willing that Farmers shall test tbtm'before making the purchase. Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine Will please make application at the public house ot John Cornman, Carlisle. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May3, J838. ¦.—¦¦ -. ;• >,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HEALTH. We know that health, and the 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 NATURAL means, is a grand moral and. political scheme, to fulfil 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 afflicted, in almost every class of diseases. The number of letter's 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 are some in which they are more especially beneficial than, in •others; and jimqng those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the stomach-and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they arc not only a certain but an immediate cure. It is we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

A CATALOGUE OP REASONS For using Br. Peters? Celebrated Vegetable PILES. - . 6 1. Because they are exceedingly popular, which proves them to be exceedingly good 2. Because they are compbsed of simples which have the power to do good in animmense number of cases, without possessing the means to do injury inany. 3 Because they are not a quack mcdicinc.but the sciehtific compound of a regular physician, who has made his 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. ' . -"J 6 Because by keeping the system in a natural state of action, they cure almost every-disease which is incidental to.the human frame. T 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...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

WT%K. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SYRUP JMFOF PRUNUS VIUGINIANA,or WILD CHERJIY.—This medicjne is i.ffered to the public as an effectual remedy in nil affections indicative ot Pulmonary diseases, both in their recent and more advanced stage?; such as Asthma, J ulmonary Consumption, recent or chronic coughs, boa,seness, hooping cough, wheezing, and difficulty ..of breathing, spitting..o'f blot.d, night sweats, tic. This remedy is highly useful in persons whose nerves have been injured by calomel or excessive jirief, great loss of blocd, the suppression of..accustomed discharges, r.r cutaneous eruptions, intemperate habits, or other causes which tend to renovate or relax the nervous system. How many pcrsonsjlo we daily behold approaching to an untimelv grave, wretted m the bloom of vnntli from their dear relatives and friends, afflicted with that crmmon and destruc'ivc ravager, called Consumption which soon wastes the miserable sufferer until they become beyond the power of human skill. If su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

^^ MFE AND HEALTH. ^ ¦JERSONSiwhose nerves, ha've been ,'injurcd MT by calomel, or excessive grief, great loss of bluoil, the suppression of accustomed discharges or cutaneous eruptions, intemperate -i habits, or otlier-causes which tend to relax aiid enervate the nervous system, will find a friend to soothe and comfort.mJE-VANS'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 back, will fjnd themselves immediately relieved - bv using EVANS' CAMOMILE and APERIENT PIIXS.' Dr. Evans does hot pretend to say that Jn-n.ll debilitated "arid impaired constitutions—: in nervous diseases of all kinds, particularly of tlie digestive organs,- ;and in incipient cdnsiimp--turn, whether ot tlie lungs or liver, they will Ca- rt> u. v lh l t ,lreadful iwease...Consumption, might have.been checked iii its commencement! and;disappointed ofitspr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

FORGJEJHEIV WANTED. OJIX GOOD REFINERS wanted immediate ?5 '/ at Dickinson Forge. Apply to A. G. EGE. May 2,1839. . if

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

NOTICE. WHEREAS the charter of the "Carlisle Saving Fund Society," will expire in 1843; Notice, is hereby given agreeably to the constitution'arid laws of Pennsylvania that the stockholders of said institution intend applying to the next Legislature of the commonwealth for a renewal ot charter;—Change of name," style, and title to ' 'Cumberland Valley Bank," increase of capital to^5200,000 and general-discounting and banking privileges all under such'restrictions as the Legislature may direct. Thc.above institution to be continued, in Carlisle, Cumberland county Pa. JOHN J. MYERS. August 1, 1839. ¦ . 6m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

—3~---A:C_ardt — Jabahe.jc.oMAsr, :.. Having "resigned her situation in the common schools, has opened on her own account a select scbqiil, not exceeding thirty scholars.in lhe house formerly, occupied by Mi\ James Bredin, arid mow occupied by Mr. Andrew Richards, where she will be; happy tb receive the children of any -who may feel disposed* to patronize her. For terms apply either at her own residence in Hanover .street, at any time between school hours, «r. at the school room from 9 to 12 A. M. or from •2to5P. M. Rekkrexce, - "' ¦"'-''¦ ;•,;,, C^B. PENROSE. ;,'". ,:. ¦ „: •: MRS. L. BIDDLE, ' ¦ .;'.-. „^-"'^V-M. RIDDLE. iV ... >>>< - .KEY. P. H. GREENLEAF, ,-r"^ GEO. A. LYON. June 13, 1839. ¦ ; '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

- FOR SALE. '- r--v. ..-•• Threejopd.y.qung Horses, suitable for sacaik or harness, - 'J -.. p-.-v?; -,-.-..' --¦ -. .-'.,...'--" Orie:rie"w'TilJ' berry,~ '¦'.-'•' ; ; "•- ;;• One set of double, brass mounted Harness, . One-broad wheeled Wagon, arid r Onesulkey. "';• ' -; ¦ _ • : -¦ •;' '.'": Mcci, a lot'of supertop.'FJy Nets; arid arl'ving and riding Whip.s-^alI,ot>hicli will be sold veryJEureap;--^?".—r~-rr-; •—;—-—' '^~ ..;. ;¦¦'.:.-•;¦• - HAMILtON'&'GltrERi-^ art nde, July, 4..1839. " -'¦'"-? ^ -j---'-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

, POST OPPIpBi., Cailisle, PsivMay l,: 1839. Arrival and Departure of Mails. —'--—r- -j. Arr ives'— Closes: Eastern daily - - about-10-m.------~7 p. niv •tui*!.'1 " '' " 5 p.m. 31a.m. Western;. . .. «, T2 •„,. 9 a. m. Southern 'r«t. ':..<•-]0r if 7 a ir Mechanicsb'g;^^.-. .« lOa'm'. 7 p. m' Newvdlc- «• ' ^ « ,2 m." -, 9a. m. R. LAMBEjRTON, P. M.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

SUMMER GOODST--Arnold tf .©..' •'- IIav.e-just received k large assortment of new Ssuifl fR summ?r goods, which they offer uri-, Their stock of muslins, checks, tickings, dril. lings, &c. is the best now in town. They have just received a case of leghorn-bonnets, of thwr own importation frorii no. 20 to 50, which they are enabled to offer at one half the price that has been usual to ask for.them here; and all other goods in their- line such, as silks' , mousiiii de lames, bombajieens, plain and figured fniislins: ?,^a ^ ae?. net &nd ¦-.cambHck".r.bisfcpMawrisficc ,Lbe public, are, respectfully invited to call, r

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 15 August 1839

•' COALi'. COAIil. JUST received and for sale at ray landingnea'r the'Steam Mill, on the Canal, .500 tons of Red Ash Pine Grove Coal," - warranted to- be the best article of the' kind known at the present time: It .will.-be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Also—a large quantity of LUMBER of different kinds and qualities: superior Shingles; Plaster: Salt by the barrel, {5"c. all of which articles will, be disposed bf at the most reasonable prices. '¦-¦¦ .•'' CHARLES L. BERGHAUS. Harrisburg, June 6,1839. - -.- Sin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

GOLDEN BAL.li HOTEL, WEST HIGH STREET OAM.ISI.E. Jhe subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that he has taken that well known tavern stand at the West eml of High' street, in Carlisle, formerly kept by Mr. Henry Rhbatls, and that he is now prepared to accommodate Drovers, Waggoners, Travellers, and all others who may favor him with a call, in the very best Wanner. • _ His Table y/W\ be constantly furnished with the best the country can produce. His Bar is supplied with the choicest liquors, and his Stable which is large and convenient, will be in charge of a careful and attentive ostler. He flatters himself that, from his experience as an Innkeeper, lie will be able to render general satisfaction. GEORGE SHAFFER. Carlisle, May 2, 1839. "." tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

HARDWARE & GROCERY ¦ STORE. '' The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, in general that he has just received from the city of Baltimore, an extensive assortment of merchandize suitable to the present and approaching season, such as HARDWARE, consisting of Case Knives and Forks, Spoons, Locks, Bulls, Hinges Und Screws, Pen and PoclietTvniv.es, Raz.irs, Tacks and Sprigs, Spades U Shovels, Hay and Dung Forks, scythe stones, rakes, &c. &c. Uc. Also, superior Jmericau anil English Scyt/ies. .He has also on hand an excellent assortment of Patent Family Medicines, such as pills, oils and ointments. ,"Also, all kiuds of Essences. He has also "on hand Horse Medicines, such as the Oil of Spike, Oil of,Stone and Horse, Powders, &c. &C. ~'&C. ', - > n , He liui also on hand an extensive assortment of ..American' Forest-ami-. Wintldstan Osl Stone, suitable for Carpenters and Wood Choppers. ,//e also has Powder by t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

PTTELIC SALE. , | Y"virt«e of ah order of the Orphans' Court EL© of Cumberland ccuntv, will be sold on me premises on Friday the 6th of September, 1839, a first rate « F^LRJO , part of the estate of Henry Lnngnecker, dee'd, situate in Allen -township, Cumberland county, about 2 miles from She,phevdstnwn, bounded by lands of .Mary. JVPCfcw, Geo, -Crist,- -Abraham Waggoner, and others, containing about 120 ACRES.JOOacres nf-which is. cleared, the balance covered with timber. The improvements' are a two story stone XXQT7SB, ml a BARN and thejecessnry outhouses F"j! Sde to cornmehce at 10 o'clock, A- M. *''il* when terms of sale will he mode known hv JNO. K. LONGNECKER, Jldin'r. of H. Lonenecker, dee'd. August,ljJB39. ... . . ... ¦ -.' --

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