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

VALUABLE REAL ESTTATE *_*_*> R SALE. J^pffrsuancLofthe. last, will.and-testanvent-of J|[ George Zinn, sen. deceased, will' be sold on the premises, in West Pennsborough to,wnship, Cumberland co»nty, on Thursday the SUt day of October, A. D. 1839, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, that valuable Farm of Limestone JLand, situate in West Pennsborough township, bounded .by lands of Samuel Bear, David Ferguson* Jacob.Uelt_hoover, Ileep, and others, conr taining seventy two acres, more or less, sixty of which are cleared, and the balance well covered with timber, late the estate of George Zinn, sen. deceased. This property is in a high, state of cultivation, with fine improvements! the improvements are a two story _-d_5HJ_L —BRICK HOUSE, flntf And Double Xiog- Barn, &g__£gg_I§ and also a fine Apple Orchard and well of water near the door. Also, one other Tract of first rat© Limestone Land, situate partly in West Pennsborough township, and partly in Dickinson township-, Cumber...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

. COA-L! COAIi! JUST received and for sale nt my landing near the Steam' Mill, oh the Canal, 500 tons of Red "Ash Pine Grove Coal, warranted to be the best article of the kind known at the present tinier it will'be Sold in lots to suit purchasers. , Also—a large quantity of LUMBER fif different kinds and /pialities: superior Shingles* Plaster: Salt by the barrel, Js"c. all of which articles will bedisposed of at the most reasonable prices. - - - , CHARLES L.BE.RGHAUS. Harrisburg, June 6,1839; 5m'

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

Goelicke's Matchless Satiatyye. Ihe article published below concerning the new and popular doctrine advanced by the illustrious Goelicke of Germany, cannot fail of ' exciting a deep and thrilling interest throughout the country. • ' ' [Translated from the German.] . ¦ LOUIS OFFONrGOELICHE, OF GERMANY. TEM ORE A TEST OF HUMAN BENE-„.„¦.'<- FACTORS. . • "Citizens\.qf JVbrth and South America, --To Louis Offox Goei.icke, M. D. of Germany, Europe, belongs the imperishable honor ' of adding a new and precious doctrine to the Science of Medicine—a new doctrine which, —VhodgirVehenTChtlyoppHsedrbyTnaiTy^bfnlYefa^ culty; (of which he is a valuable member) he proves fo bp a_ well founded in truth as any'iloctrine of Holy Writ—a doctrine, upon the verity of which are suspended the lives of millions of our race, and which lie boldly challenges, his opposers to refute, viz: Consumption is a disease always occasioned by a disordered suite of. Vis Pitas, for Life Principle _ of the h...

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

¦ Ai CA.2H3-SARAH e. s. ore aw, . '.Having resigned her situation in the common schools, hasiopened oh her own account a select school, notexceedingthirty scholars.in the house formerly occupied- by Mr. James Bredin, and now occupied by Mr. Andrew Richards, where she" will be happy toreceive the children of any mho may feel disposed to patronize her. „ For terms apply cither at Tier own residence in Hanover,street, at any time between school hours, or at the school room from 9 to 12 A.M. or from 3 to 5 P.M. _„.' '-.; . ' REFBR-EJtCEv-r---i; s--- --.--._- ,_-.--—:, _ <_-__JG. Jl_I_ENROSE, : MRS. L. RIDDLE, ':. .' J, W. M/BIDDLE, 1REV. P, H. GREENLEAF, GEO. A. LYON. .-¦ - June. 13,-1839. -.--.- -

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

NEW GOODS! \ ANbREW^mCHAUbs, . Is now opening'a splmdidTtssortnientof-Spring and Summer aooDsy At the south-east corner of. Market Square,well - ¦ known as tiredtn's Corner, and recent- '. .--'. ly. occupied by Geo,. IV. -iCrabb, . . - . COMPRISING-IN PART " ' . Blue, Black, Blue Black, Invisible Green, Adalade and Brown' , OLO'THS. - -.-¦ -' Ribbed, Striped and Plain CASSIMEI-ES; a splendid assortment of Black,Blue-black,Green,. Mauses Fawh; Slate, Gro.de Napie, C.ro'de Swa^ Gro'de Sein, and Ress Italian ,SILKS; Florence assorted colors, together with a splendid assortment of Raises, Figured Silks, a variety of Prints and Chintzes, ncw.style' Lawns, Mouslindelaines.'Ginghams, Painted, Cross-barred, filliped, Jaconett & Cambric Muslin, a fine assortment of j . CAIilCOES, a superior assortment of Veils, and Handkerchiefs, a general assortment of Summer, figured and plain Satin VESTINGS, Summer Cloths, Satlinets, plain and striped Linens, Irish Linens.Velyet Cords, Beavert...

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

NEW COACH MAKING "''"" FSTJtBZtlSU. irMFlJYT, ¦ ¦ ^^K^^^N-CSHinSLE, -V7C. —~ THE subscriber having just arrived from the east with some of the bestv work men that could be procured, isnovv 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 'dAHS,..<30.A.aHEEL. CrI©!?, SULKYS:-& CARRIAGES, of every"desci-iption: He has now" in hisemploy Er obably oiic_of the best Spring, Makers ahd oach Smiths that is now in the state. His charges"shall be moderate and his work will all be warranted. '..__-__". : Repairing done in the neatest manner and with despatch; .. . ^ The subscriber humbly solicits the patronage of the public, for which he mil tender his most sincere'thanks. FRED'K. A. KENNEDY. Carfis.e, \pril .8, 1839. tf

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

NEW GOODS. "ICUSJT received and now opening at the store ^Jp, of t he subscribers, corner of Hanover and Louther streets, Carlisle, a general assortment ol SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, Spring Chintzes, Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Miislimlelaines, Challies, Veil's, Bonnets, Ribbons, Cadet Cloths, Cassimeres, and fine-Satinets. Also, a first rate assortment of Domestics, such as brown and bleached Muslins, Tickings, Table Cloths, with a great variety of stuffs for Gentlemen's Summer wear, such as Summer Cloth, French Velvet, Drillings and plain Linens of all kinds. Velvet Cords, Beaverteens and Nankeens—Stocks, Cravats, Breasts and Collars, Gloves and. VES TINGS. Also a good assortment of Queensware and Groceries, all of which will be sold low. and on accommodating terms. The public are respectfully invitcd to call and examine before making their purchases, and they will be sure to get bargains. . HAMILTON 8c GR1ER.

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

VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. THE subscriber will dispose of at private sale, the following described valuable property, situate in South Middleton township, 4 n\iles south of Carlisle, afid within one mile of Michael G, Ege's Forge, viz:. Three acres of first-rate limestone land, all cleared.and in a hig'h.state of cultivation. The improvements are a JLOff MWOUSE A' " CGSEIOF>, each one and a half stories high, a small Log Stable, an excellent apple orchard,.besides a munber-ot-plum^eaclrnpear ami cherry trees - For terms, fcc.-ap'ply to theisubscriberresid ing on the premises. PETER SLOTHOWER. July 25, 1839. - . - -..

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 22 August 1839

IMPORTANT To JfKillers A' Manufacturers. EOWS'S IMPROVED DIRECT _ ACTION WATER WHEEL. THE public are informed that the subscriber has bought the right of the above water wheel, for the State of Pennsylvania; Tt is considered by those having them in use, as one of the most important improvements that has ever been introduced.' Persons desirous of seeing the wheel, can do «o,hy calling, at th<r foundry of DAVID COCKLEY, Lancaster. The annexed-certificates have been given as a slight testimonial ot] its value; tliey will speak for themselves.. All communications addressed to the suhfcriberin Lancaster, Pa„ will be "promptly attended to. MICHAEL M'MATH. April11, 1839. , ' - ly - ..Copy.] This is to certijy, that I have put in one of Hnwd's Patent.Cast Iron Direct Action Water Wheels,-in the place of a Reaction Wheel; that the Direct Wheel does not flood the tail race as much by three inches as the reaction did, and that I can grind seven bushels with the- direct action wh...

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

DR. I. G. LGOMIS. DENTIST. f'N-TENDS 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. Ferrec's Hotel, where he may be found at all hours. Persons requesting it will be waited upon at their residences,. CDr. Georgt D. Foulke, Jieference,— ¦? Rev. T/ios. C. Thornton, C Or. David .V. Mahon: Carlisle. Dec. 6, 1838.

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

A VALUABLE TAN YARD -.- FOR RENT. AT HARPER'S FERRY, VA. fJ^HE subscribers will lease for one or more J8_. years, their valuable Tan Yard, with all its appendages. It is one of the. best .locations in Virginia for"'carrying on the business on an extensive scnle,.as there is abundant, room -and the materials are ample. A number of the Vats are under cover, and all the buildings aru ot the most suitable kind—besides the grinding of BaVk (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 tannery within Several miles of the place—and there is also every facility toi- getting hides from the cities, and sending them to market when tanned, either by rail road or canal. There is, likewise, n demand at this place for,a large quantity of Leather annually by the Government. Possession will be given immediately. For further particulars enquire.of _ HUGH GILLEECE 8c CO. Harper's Ferrj>...

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

A new I_ine of Freight Cave from: harrisburg tophilasbz.phza. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints hisfriends and the public, that he has put into operation on the'HARHISBURG.T.ANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAILROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, which will run regularly between Harrisburg & P.ittiHlelphia: ,-by^whiclr-Goods n^d-P-Od^ce .T all descriptions-will-be forwarded-withxai-e. and (Tespatch.iit the lowest" ra_es'of treight; -r ".-(ioods will be received at the WAREHJ3USF of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, *T.'_£xO'yTte.«.f ll.oad arid Vine streets,: Phila'delphia, and forwarded to Harrisburg, Carlisle,. Chambersburg, and intermediate places, hhd bv the subscflber, 0\VENM'CABE. . ¦ Harrisburg, Jan. 31,18S9. •T7-.FISH. SALT AND PLASTER, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Cash paid for almost all ki'ndsj-f country produce., .' .'•"".

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

iDYEING & SCOURING. THE subscriber respcctfullylnforms tbepublic that she continues to cleanse Clothes of grease, stains, Sec. in the best manner and without injuring the cloth. She will also attend to ¦^-^r^T^^'_raiM&—-'--¦ '—" all kinds of Yarns, Cloths, Silks, &c. See. any colorwhich 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. April 25, 1838.-•:,,,,„. . „ ly ¦

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

VAI.TT ABXE PARMC FOR SALE. * 'f^HE subscriber offers'atprivate; sale the fol' ft. lowing described valuable rea' estate, situate lli.Allen township," Cumberland cobr ity. containing 114 acres, more or less, of patented'land, about-90 acres of which are cleared and in a high state of cultivation, ilnd the residue covered with thriving timber., The improvements area' , r A ¦¦ ^ fe ijt""'"- two'STORV.''-"1'-'--'-: !gp|w;: ^-S^pijis 'sbjD, f3_3; -£\ ^HUgsS; ; And Double J,6g Barn, two Apple Orchards, one of which is of choice' fruit,..%ney.er-jnilinK spring-of^vater, and a fpiihtai'npu.mp at the door—also; a Tenant House. The above-mentioned tract is nearly .all limestone land, of a'good qualityj-nnd is in a healthy heighborbood—within two- miles of Mechanic's burg.and the Cumberland Valley-Rail Road, and about one:mile trom Shepherdfetown,,; -JAn indisputable title will beglyeh. For terms 9pply.ro the ~subscrib"er nearthe prerni-es.; _-_*•;.-•"->¦ •'.- -r,4.--.;'JAMES GRAHAM;...

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

CHANGE Or AGENTS . For Morrison's Universal Medicines. HORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT.IateSole Agent in tjie 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 yVgenta.ndjIygiaDelegatc-to tl-.e United States' .'. . The s.iid George Taylor has appointed A. D. Plmstead, of. Montrose, Susquehanna county, Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the'states of Maryland and Delaware, and-thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Motintains.Pennsylvaniat and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Letigh county, Pa., General Agent for four counties.In .he state of New York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:— Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem, in the state of New Jersey), Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben,in tlie state of New York. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said districts, except by the author...

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

DYSPEPSIA! DYSPEPSIA!! MORE-tcstimonials of the efficacy-of -Dr. Win. Evans' Camomile Pills. Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1838. Sir:—Being on a visit to Philadelphia, from hny 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 favor. About-four years ago, 1 was attacked with Dyspepsia, ami for several years suffered from- thai complaint in its worst stages. Notwithstanding I tried every thinp that came before the public, I obtained nq r.ehcf, till I accidentally saw your advertisement. Frbm the numerous and respectable testimonials which acconfpaniccl it, I had some faint hopes that your medicine might not prove altogether useless in my own-case, I trifid it, and it is scarcely necessary to add was shortly cured. Indeed the success was greater than I could possibly have anticipated from even ttie warmest recommendation-. As a small return for the benef...

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

- ___._.__Jtyspepsia, Dyspepsia. f3 there tip cure for that" distressing disease? is the echolrom thousands. Read the many certificates of cures performed by Dr.'Wrn. Evans' Camomile: Tonic and Family Aperient Pills, .The following cei-tificate ^ must-certaiiily convince every person of the'gi-eat efficacy ot this invaluable medicine.' " Dr." Win. EvANS^-Deav Sir:—I can never be gratcful ^ euough.fof the cure I have received by theuseof -voueiii valuable medicineffC'A.io.mile Pills,) -I was for five years very seriously troubled with Dyspipsia, which caused a nervous sensation throughout niv system—somuch that Isometimes shook as-if I had bBen.aflli^ted with palsy; dui-ing all this time I took many medicines, butnone would cure,, inc. At last, my physician gave me up;: but fortunately one day'as I was speaking to a friend on the subject he'told me. that -Dr. Wrn. Evans—Camomile Pills were*the only medicine'that would cure me, of which I purchased some, and. the result hat I am now...

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

READ THXS!—Dr. Swayne's Com/wtind Syrup of Primus Virginiana or WiliPCherrj/.—_'l his is decidedlyone of the best remedies for coughs and colds' now ini.jise—^it allays irritation of.the lungs, loosens the cough, causing the"-phlegm to raise free and eaSyj..in asthma, pulmonary consumption, resent, and chronic conghs,wlice_.ing arid choking of phlegm Jioarseness, difficulty of breathing, croup, spitting of blood, 8cc. .T.he symp is .warranted to effect.a permanent cure, if taken according to directions which accompany .the bottles.. For sale at the drug store of J. J. MvEns&Co.

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

.;•'¦ -'Interesting Cure - PERFORMED by Dr. H. Swayne's Compound Syrup ol PrunusVil-gininna, or Wild Cherry.*—Having madeuse of this ^invaluable Syrup" in my" family, which entirely cured my child. The symptoms were Wheezing, and Choking tif Plilegm.difficulty ofbr'eatbing.nttended with constant cough,' spawns, convulsions, Sec.;of. which I had given'iip all hopes oPits'recovery;,\mtil I was advised to make a trial of this^iriyihiable nriedicine. After, seeing the wonderful effects it .had upon my child;- I concluded'toj'make the same' trial iipon mvself, Which Entirely relieved meuf a:cough that I was afflicted•'- with; for ' many years,-' -; Any person ' wishing to seVtpe can call at my houseinBeach ffreely aWvSjtliefta. feet, Kensington. ,; . ": • J %' ¦ ¦ ' i "Vi -... ,,.'/, •-' '¦ ,'. John .Willcox.- •. . PHUaaelphlaV/Decf,1838/ . ,.:-.,i"-:. _, The above medicine is for sale b. '"'"' -""--. . , r -is__J.. J. MYERS &-X.04 Carlisle. :

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

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS ' HEALTH. We know that health, and the ability to labor is life wealth of the great mass of the people, in this as in most ot/ier countries. To preserve, therefore, that health by NATURAL means, is a+rand moral and political schemSf 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 letters received from patients recovering thro' their means is really prodigious,- and the complaints which they have cured are almost as va; ried as they are numerous. Hut still there arc some in which they are more especially benefi. cial than in others; and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the sto--mach and bowels, such as Chrilic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, lor which they are not only a certain but an immediate ciire'...

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