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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

to sss-Eues-s K'uraaixJBR.'S P. GOOD'S , srwrPHOvjsmEKTT isr bhisjges. FRANCIS GOOD, ofthe township of New i^mclpn, in the county of Chester, and state or I eniisylvauia, obtained letters patent for an improved plan of.erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength-ami per. mrjnency with economy, so much so as not tore quire, in some situations, more than one half the expense to erect a Bridge on this plati, and when built would not be liable to be'injured by afreshet, or rise in the sticam; the Bridge being conl srucled and secured in. such a manner, that if the water should rise so-high as to run over the top ol it, thiTBrldge would remain firm and secure. The plan, has been submitted to a number of scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this plan has been erected over a branch of. Wliitcclay creek, in the township of Londpn'gr.ove, which received the approbation of a'Jury-appointed by the court to view the same. The subscriber hav...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

Ihtercstiii^Casc Cured, or vr. ir.M. ui'Aiis^' cAMoiriLB tonic anv FAMlLTAPEniENT PILLS. TTBIiNJ AMIN BOWN, corner of Shippcn and JO George streets, PhiladeljihiaTwas afiected tor seven years withextreme nervousness, by winch he was not able to write his name His symptoms-were eruscation, daily spasmodic pain in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation' of the heart, guldinessjind dimness of sight, also inabibty ot. engaging in any thing that demanded yigortir courage; ^ickness of the stomach, impaired appetite,' coldness: and weakness of the extremities,'emaciation.and extreme debility, •disturbed rest, a sense of .pressure and weight 6n the stomarh after eating, great mental Uespontlcncy, severe flying pains in the chest, back and side, cbstiveness and a dislike for society and conversation. Mr. 15. has made trial of-voiious medicines now betpre-the public, buttoiWcffect until, observing in; a public .paper some cures performed by Dr. William Evans's Camomile 1 onic and Family Ap...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

[THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS ItE.AIiTII-. IVe knorj- that health, arid the ability to labor is the wealth ofthe great mass ofthe. fieo/ile in "lidsf-'dlftn most other countries.- 'lb preserve' therefore, that health by NATURAL nieam.'il a grand moral and fioliticat scheme, to ^fulfil which requires our utmost attention. ' THE unparalleled reputation , which Peters' Pills have acquired asfl~cdical 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 arc almost as varied as they are numerous. But still there arcsome in which they are more-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 immedi...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

. JWA. illWIST A[VB>""' """" - _B.uit Manufactiirer'i - The subscriber wishes to iilform his friends and )he public that hi; coiiti'nuci tlie m u,iif.i'-turing of all .kinds of machinery for Woolen Factories, together with FRENCH BtFRiR WUJ.1i S7-OS7BS, at lusold stand in New Cumberland, all of which lie will warrant to be niade iii the best workmanlike manner abd of the best materials; rind sell at the lowest prices^ upon accommodating terms. „:•'.:• A constant supply nf Cards will bekepron' hanasyand old macbines.repaiied.' '. „. ' ABR'M-MELLINGER. Jane 21,1838. . • . iy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

-. . ' TO DENTISTS, ¦ "^ ,, The subscriber furnishes Dentists with h'i« celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which have been spoken of in the highest terms of com-,mendattou by all wlm'have used them and by numerods men of profound chemical knowledge who have examined them. Also, Human Teeth, .Gold Foil,-Tin do., isfc. Sec. including'every articlebf.material-used in'.Dental Surgery. Teetlj -B°m,.Oc. sent by mail to any part of the Union when Ordered. • F: H. KNAPP. '• May 3.1, 183.8. , Surgeon Dsntist, Baltimore

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

•--.' PANOY SvOVES. '•' A- S?JiiYD ,tD nssnrtiiieiitof fancy Franklin . and Parlor .Stoves, Intended;.for coal or wood.,.-Also, a variety of Cooking:Stoves tf the ipost economical and-approved liind.. Wood stoves and other castings lb,-s-,,ie either finished or in the plates, very cheap for cash pr approved cquntry'produce.. ,7 ii""r<=" ' ¦'>_• .. Pr.Eisi FoEuiNa.&TiiUDivM Oak Grove Furnace, Oct. 4,1838;4 if

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

¦ '- .,h.-' /->A-:CA-U'I>,'. - .-....„;'•..;•, ';; .Df. Knapti, Dentist, returns his thanks to His neiKls for the liberal p.icroriage which lie has eceived, ilnd gives notice that lie witj continue jOyisit-Carlisle^cJnnuaWy. - - • .'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

':*:: VrJofoJPrmthig- :;., > Heady arid expeditiously execu -;:' ted Jit this ofliceV:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

Kv'Sft!^*1^'Cai?b'*«fe :i'ais. IP diYtressW d?. 6 *reA t?.H tj^utiled.witii that destroy! thefn«?n&^ T." ^.^Headachi, -which Camomile TonicLd Fa^i^.^ri^t"P^k"^ Vide other meaical,advertisemcnts. ' -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

TO' THE P-UBlilC. •W^ OR the purpose of removing a general fire-JT judtce that prevails against the- Homoeopathic practice of medicine; as" well as'to rive a yuictus to the unfounded rcfiorts of'sonie -inter-™f'in'l'v"Jm.ls'c0ntcri,inB it, the subscriber thinks ,t necessary to present to the public the following vo untary certificates of cures performed by lum, rom persons of respectability, Ion" mown in the-borongh of Carlisle. Perspn'ssmi' ar y nniicted m,ly have their comfllalntin* well EIIRM'a'n-'h'"'' ''em?V«>rl>y calling on T. streit^Hisle°mQenpi' °Ph>'hic5an. ^ Main December 27,-1838.--— --- TRIUMPH Of the r/omteoptilhic, over the old practice of Medicine fairly established. TO WHOM IT MAY COffCE'lKl rggOMliTIME the last of August, A. D 'lS'lK 1^ a.small protuberance appeared on my face near my left eye: 1 thought it was what is called a blind boil, and treated it accordingly. .Sever d days after it first ap|.ear<;d,-it was examined by a iiliys...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

TO THE, TPUIBMC. , MORE PROOFStif the'efficacy of Dr. W. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Apcneait Pills.—Mr.'Joshua Swain, Cape May county, N. J,, effectually restored to health from the following distressing symptoms:—Extreme debility, attended with constant pain in the side, hack and lynbs, gidclincssand dimness of sight; sickness at tlie stomach, impaired appetite; difficulty of breathing/gr'eat pressure and weight at the stomach after eating; depression of spirits, coldness and weakness nf the extremities; flying pains inVlte chest; cbstiveness, and other syinp. tomsiirttXhecessary to crujroeratCi Mrs. Swain, . wife of the aforesaid lujpwuin, has also been restored td health by th&tbovc invaluable medicines. Hersymptnms were—nervousness, head ache, pain in the side, loss of appetite, disturbed rest, eructations, &c. -The public are hereby informed that their motive^ for making this declaration -are, that others afflicted with like symp. toms may receive inform...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

, i ' , l IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. PH. WM. EVANS' Camomile 'Pills' have proved to be thembst .useful medicine now MmjXIIl^pjibru;,_in_ei!adrca'ling all the diseases connected with the female sex. One ofthe most dangerous epochs, to females is at the change of file, and it is then that they require a medicine, which will so invigorate their mind,and strengthen their constitutions, as may enable them to Withstand the shock. Ladies who are in a delicate state, are often-troubled with sickness, such as vomiting, heart burn, head aclic, tooth ache, hysterics, and other troublesome syinptoms.froin which thev will find themselves relieved, by taking Dr. Evans* Camomile Pills, which remove disorders in the..head, invigorate the mind; strengthen the body, improve' the memory, and enliven the imagination. Remembering til ways to becpithc bowels open'with Evans' Family A-' penent Anti-bilious.Pills. For sale at the- ' •'¦. ¦'¦ 'Hen A ld'.Office-, Carlisle and by ,-. ,.',-„ S-.Wii.sos Et Co. Shi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

MSSSSELL'S -D0TT3L3 .LSPTIKG PUMP. ' rip HE subscribers having purchased the pat-R cut ngl,, o MeiXseir.sl>„I,j,lei.ifti;', pl^; es TrA "-1 1 e,, - V' Ju"ia,» & Miinin.cS ™-;,l , r -'! ?,VC' ?°"CC that ,htv are now prej !:;eato;:ete!;,,:;is,uu');'tt''-i'-^n"-e VAIL.UA3II1E PUMP and at so reasonable a rate that almost any neron w,| be able to pmrure one From tlie kmnyiedgc the subscribers have of the ore",. 1 prin i1,;: nf z-ru'ch- is «™*«^™ i pimciplc ot thefirc engine, they hazard nnthinepcS„t,, T1^"! ,r""^c™,e'""'»» I?,) ', ,.I.ll?Pu'>''<:a">vqncstcdto call at ll.c drfiot adjoining Mr. Aughinbaugh's Hotel . Carlisle, where one of the pumps ca be B0en n lull operation in the rnnrsAf a few d-ivs " AY^^r?',^ ^»&W A. iiOUJsTG, Carlisle. March 15; 1838. . ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 28 February 1839

3CIVER C02VtPI.ii.lNT, ~~" Cured by Dr. IV,n -Evans' Chamomile Tonic and Afiertent Pills. MRS: LYTLErMount Joy; Lancaster co. Pa, completely restored to health, by Dr £Si2?m rile - ^ ¦He " ^mptoms were hft wi'ihon " llCI' r'e,,t sid<"' cm,!<1 »"' "e ™ her •est 1 v"1"" "SSrayation ofthe pain, disturbed lest. Extreme debility, pains in the head, lo^s of appetite, palpitation of f|,e heart, guliness ^nT""?01 si Kh,''anB0r, with othlr ympt Zs nI ti n,,"Fe>'eat derangement in the Vu, c tions of the liver. Al ss Lytic, dauehter of the aforesaid Mrs. iytle, J.araisf bS restoixd to perfect health, by the same invaluable medicine. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, at-¦ ended with severe pain in her side, sickness bn the stomach, mictions, &c. , Mrs. Lytic has the pleasure of informing the public, that numerous cases similar to .her own, (in- her vicinty) have been restored to health by; the snme invaluable, medicine, .General Office for the . m r ;n V ^ n-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

Ternis - 6fPublication. •Tho American Voltuitcor "-' Is published every Thursday morning, in.the white frame building', '(rear" of the court house,) at Two Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid, within the year. ¦ No subscription. Uiken for a less term than six months, and ho discontinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration <?f a term, will be considered anew engagement. . Advertisements will: be thankfully- received, and published at the rate of gl 00 per square tor three insertions, and 25"cts; for each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. Handbills, Blanks, Cards, Uc. neatly executed at short notice, arid at moderate prices. AOEHTTS FOR THE VOLUNTEER. The following 'Gentlemen.-will please act as agents for this paper,! subscriptionsi-Cceived.and money paid to cither oftheseindividualswillbe acknowledged ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

DR. I. C. LOOMIS, 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. Fence's Hotel, where he may be found at all hours. Persons requesting it will be waitcdjipon at* their residences. ' (~Dr. Gcorgt D.-Foulke, ¦ Reference,- \ "r- r '',f0''0" *%<"',' J ' / Rev. T/ios. C. r/wrtiton, - ""' " ' "^Dr. David Ar. Ma/wn: Carlisle. Dec. 6. 1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

THRASHING- MACHINES AND ' HORSE POWER, CALL Attn EXAMINE FOR TOV RS E L.]' Jc.S ! The subscribers, thankful for pasrfavors,take this method of informing the public that they still continue the building of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their old stan.d.in Louthcr 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 CLOVER. THRASHER, - which for durability and simplcness of construction is surpassed by none. ^ , Having all manner of confidence in the superiority ot the above mentioned-machine. Etc. they are willing that Farmerssh'nll test them before making"the purchase; "".' Persons wishing to purchase or examine the machine will please make application at the shop, or to I. Lawshe, Agent, at Macfarlane's hotel, near.the Court House, Carlisle. -N-EVIUS & MH-eH'ELL:-May 3,1838. ¦ .- >>• .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

A VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE. THE subscriber will dispose of, at private sale, the propertywhich he at present occupies, sltuate ^ nj/East Jkouther street, Carlisle, viz: .A L-oftiftiround, with n two story ¦ .,Jfe&. " STONJE HOUSE, ^^JOIASO by 25-fect,-anda two story stone ^masjyEjback building 38by 20 feet, with an BwmasHBBexcellent cellar, under the whole building—also a small log house and log stable, with the right of a well of excellent water near the premises. The above property is well situated for public business of any kind, and will be sold low; as ] am determined on rcmoviitg'to the west. ' Tlie payments will be made easy to suit parchasers, and an indisputable title given. Possession can be Jiad on the first of April next. For further particulars app/y to ^_ • FRANCIS M£MANUS.-Carlisle, Sept. 27,-1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

Tho Convict's Bride. . M. ISO ,B _L .LA. jj'Ko'jJLS^ It was a dark, dreary morning in the, December of 178—. The ground was covered with, snow, and the bleak wind wns-hu-n-ling in terrific gusts through the streets..' Yet, despite the: inclemency of the weather, crowds of persons, of all, classes, and, among them, many of tile -weaker sex, might be seen hurrying towards the Place dc Greve. , \t was the morning appointed for the execution of Victor d'Aubigny. k ' The circumstances which- ha'd called for this expiation of life at the altar of justice, afe~briefly as follows—and, blended witli the strong love of" excitement, so .universal among the French, account, in-some degree, for the eager curiosity discernible in the multitude, now hastening to the awful spectacle of a fellow-creature, in the full flash of youth and health;' being plunged into the gulf of an unknown, eternity. The crime for which Victor d'Aubigny \jas doomed to suffer was forgery. Remonstrance,' petitions...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 March 1839

Dissolution of Copartnership. THE co-partnership heretofore existing bet-veen.the subscribers underthe firm tif John H. Weaver &. Co. was dissolved on the 7th inst. by mutual consent—all persons indebted to the late firm will please call with John H. Weaver, in whose hands the hook ncc'Qunts',, notes, duebills, &c. are left for collection, and to whom payment must he-made. JOHN H. WEAVER, ANJDUEW 1UCHARDS. Carlisle, Feb. 14, 1S39. N. B.—Thc.pnblic arc respectfully informed that tiie subscriber, continues to do^husiness at tlie old stand. JOHN H. WEAVER.

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