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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

' - THE TRUE IUCHES OF LIFE IS 'HEiliTH. . IVc knorJ that health; and the ability'lo tabor is the wealth of the great mass of the pcp/ile in this as in most other countries. To.preserve, therefore, that hcctlth.by 'ffAl URAL means, is a grand moral and political scheme, to julji l which requires our Utmost attention. THE unparalleled reputation which Peters' Pills have acquired nsa Medical Restorative, is the most unquestionable proof that can be given of their immepse 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 v.v ried as they are numerous.. But still there are some in which they rire rnore especially benefi- -cial--than-in-otlieTsj and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints nf the stoinach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion, for which they are not only a certain butnn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

LIVER OOVaPX.AXlHT, Cured hy Dr. Wm. Evans' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient Pills. MR S. LYTLE, Mount Joy, Lancaster co. 1 a, completely restored to health, by Dr. Evans Chamomile Pills. Her symptoms wefe, great pain in her right side, could not lie on her lett without anaggravation-ofthepain, disturbed rest. Extreme debility, pains in the head, loss ot appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, langor, with other symptoms indicating great derangement in the functions of the liver. Miss Lytic, daughter of the aforesaid Mrs. Lytle, has also been restored to pcrfectirealth, by the same invaluable medicine. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, attended with severe pain in beside, sickness on the stomach, eructions, 8cc. Mrs. Lytle- has the pleasure of informing the public, that numerous cases similar to her own, (in her vicinity) have been restored to health by the same invaluable medicine. General Office for the sale of Dr. Wm. Evans'Chamomile Tonic Pills is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

^Clover Seed Sale. }00 BVSKEXS OF CLOVER SEED JUST received fromQlilo.rand for sale at the Warehouse of the subscfibe'rin the borough of Carlisle. Also'a large quantity of Timothy Seed.- • ¦ . - -,.'°.- ...... „ . " ,' HENRY. RHOAds. December 20, 1838. '- ¦ --'. ¦ ¦ ->¦ ¦ ¦ tf;; .-/

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

- TO J>EiVTISTS. . The subscriber furnishes Dentists with his celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which have been spoken of in the highest terms of commendation by all who have used them-and by' numerous men of profound chemical knowledge w«° h-?ve examined them. Also, Human iffe/A, Gold Foil, 1 in do., Wc &c. including every ar--^icle-otinaterjal-Uscd-in^DcntolSurgi.gy Tr^rHr gold, «c. sent by mail to any phrt of the Union when ordered. F. H.KNAPP . lylaySl, 1838. Surgeon Dentist, Baltimore

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

- FAtfOY STOVES.::- , .-A SPEATDID assortment of fancy Franklin and Parlor Stoves, intended for coal or wood.'- Also, a variety-of Cooking StoveS.of the most, economical and approved kind. ¦ ^Wood stoves ah^ptheri.castingsJ'or_sale_clther-iinished or in the plates, very cheap for cash or approved country;produce.- .._ .-¦'"'.' " . .. ' --^;- :. ' Pleis, FoEniNa & Tuudiuji. , Oak Grove Furnace, Get. 4,1838.- •; ' 'tf-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

•ro TBIE PUBLIC. MORE PROOFS.of the efficacy nf Dr. W. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Apenciit Pills.—Mr. Joshua Swain, Cape May county, N. J., effectually restored to health from the following distressing syniptomsi-^Extreme debility, attended withtonstant pain in the side, back and limbs, giddiness and dimness of sight; sickness at the stomach; irnpaircd-appetite; difficulty of breathing; great pressure and weight at the stomach after eating; depression of spirits, coldness and weakness of the extremities; flying pains in the chest; costiveness, and other symptoms not necessary to enumerate. Mrs. Swain, wife of the aforesaid-Mr. Swain, has also been restored to health by the above invaluable medicines. Hersymptoms were—nervousness, head ache, pain in the side, loss of appetite, disturbed rest, eructations, &c The public are hereby informed that their motives for making this declaration are, that others afflicted.with like symp.' toms may receive, information oT, and be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

, Georgetown, D. C.June 28, 1838. TODR.,WM. EVANS.—Respected friend: . X ttm-t.-olj-'g.-tttificU tl.nt I can return niy sincere thanks to you, who have been the cause of my being restored to perfect health. For five months past I have been laboring under a severe Chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism, attended with debility, loss of appetite, lowness of spirits &c. Having frequently heard of the truly excellent quality of your Camomile Pills, I at last determined to make trial of fcheni; although not without considerable opposition from my physician and family. At last seeing my determination they argeed to the trial; and upon using the third package I was .altogether restored to health, Mow can I express niy gratitude and sincere regard for such a saviour of, human frames? tijy case was altogether hopeless, and I irmst confess myself surprised at the extraordinary result. No people were evermore blessed than we are with such.rcmcdics. The many quack advertisements which appea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

IMPQRTANT TO FEMALES. T|R. WM. EVANS' Camomile"Pilfs have JLF proved :to be the briostuseful medicine now befor&the .public^, in eradicating all the diseases' connected with the female sex.. One of the most dangerous epochs to 'females js at the change of lifej^md-it-is-t!icn-that-they-rcquire-a^medicine, which will so invigorate their "mind,and strengthen, their constitutions^- as' jn^yVenable them to withstand the-sh6cfci7rLradies,wlio are in a deli; cate state, are often trouble^.with sickness, such as vomiting, heart liurn, head ache, tooth ache, hysterics, and other.troublesomesymptpms.frdm whlch-thcy will.firid themselves relieved, by taking.Dr. Evans'Camomile Pills', Which reriiove; disorders in the. head)...'in.vign.rate the niind; ¦ strengthen the body, improve the. mernor'y," and linliveri-thCTm^itrationT^telfiemb^ringTrilWavs to keep the bowels open with.Evan's' Family .AperientrAnti-bilious Pills. For sale at.the", ,"• ,.. -"HjiRAbD.OFF'lCE^'a'rlislc'anclby' :„...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 21 March 1839

JXJSW ' FliOUR:';& FEED. STORE. TilE subscriber rcsp'ecifiiiiy'infornjshis friends and the public in general, that he has.opcned a-FLOUR and FEED STORE at his old stand,.(cprner of Lputher, and Bedford, )-w,l>erc he intends kieepin'gtfor.salerl O .' . . . WHEAT AND RYE PJLOUR? by the barrel or smaller -qinritity,,' Buckwheat and Corn. Meat, Chop. Tm&.J3ran,. Corn* Rye & Oats; all.of which he intends keeping'constantly ^rrtiandrnnthtairj^-tffTeceivenff"SiaTe*~oF the" public patronage.',.".",'/._' ~ . " *' ". "; He'has also on'-hamta few buSnels-bf Spring WAeaf, for; seed, which heoflrrs for sale. . -n-'r , t. n. V 4(W PROCTER., '^Carlisle, Jan.24, 1839. .;. ' ' tf " P.S.—He'stiUcontinues tocarry oh ithe.Sil- ) ver Plating t^thh old stand, arid has crinstjuitlv L on hand a good assortment of plated .Saddlery, such as Stirrups, Bitts,; Harne«-rn6uriting; and -p°1$H?ym*__PJatrng-for^Coacli^Makers^lone-^--m the best manner ar,d With despatch. J.K. .''¦ ' ...

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

^^^ -v.r-- rr^.--' , , ^ " '"" - Terms of Publication. Tho Amoricaft Volunteer Is published every Thursday' morning, in the white frame buildirig, (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 taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuaTice permitted until all arrearages are paid: A.'failure to notify a discontinuance at the expiration of a term, will be considered a liew engagement. Advertisements w\l he -thankfully .received, and published at the rate of gl 00 per square tor three insertions, ami 25 cts. f'r each subsequent insertion. .Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. ffandbit/s. Blanks, Cards, &c. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. A.<3-"S TTS FOB THE VOLUNTEER. The. following. Gentlemen will please act as a-reiits for this papers subscriptionsreceived.und money paid to •¦ither of...

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

LAW NOTICE. J.UEEn, BEING relieved trmn the duties of his lite ¦ffice as Judge, proposes to resume 'the pr.u-.tice of Law at Carlisle, Pennsylvania. • .He.tendcra'iji.V sr'rvJgesTjEo ALL wlvov>may tliink it theirinterest tiTeinplov him. . His office is in his own house, opposite the College Campus. The Law bchool under his care will be contin net!—and he hopes to be able to bestow upon il more uninterruped attention. Carlisle. Feb. 28, 183.9. 6t

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

SHERIFF'S-SA£ESr "- —By virtue of-a-writ of Fieri Facias.to me directed,- issued outjif the Court ol Common Pleas of Cumberland county, will be exposed to public sale at the Court-house in the borough of C.iriisle, an'Saturdav the 30th daij of March, 18:39, at ten o'clock, A! M. the following desciibe<| Heal .Estate, to wit: _ All the interest of Jesse Kilgorein a tract of land situ ite in Newton town ship, containing one hundred and twelve acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Samuel M'C'une, Jacob Swoyer, William Smith and others, having thereon erected a two story Log-House, weatherboarded. Lop Barn and Storre Gp'bian . Mso, all the interest of Jesse Kllgore in eighteen" acres of Mountain Land, moie or less, situate in Hopewell township, adjoining lands of Jacob Haun, Jesse Kilgore's heirs dnd others-Also, a lot of Mountain Land, situate in Mifflin township, containing six .acres, more or less,'adjoining lands of Robin'"M'Farlane, William Greassey and others. Seized am...

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

Sheriff's Sales. By virtue of sundry .writs of Venditioni. Exponas to me directed, issued out of the C iurt of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will be Exposed to Public Sale at the Court House in the borough of Carlisle, on Sarurrfay the ' 30th f March, 1839, at ten o'clock, A. M, the following described RealEstate, to wil: The undivided fifth part of a Tract of Eaiid situate hi .North Middleton township, Cumberland county, bounded by lands ol John Jacobs, Philip Z igler, Adam Kunkle. Jocob Smith, & others; containing one.hundred and-seventern-acreSj-mnre-or-ltss-lmving-thereon'erecteda small,Log House and Barn and other out houses, Seized and Taken in Execution as tlie Property of Abraham MeClintock. Also, a tract of mountain land situate - in the township of Southampton, Cumberland-county, containing twelve-hundred acres, more or less. Adjoining landsnf JamesClark, esq. Conrad Cleve, Moore & Biddle, and others,— Seized and taken in Execution as the property of...

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

- i ' PSOpiiAMAK&N.' ' •. WHEREAS .the., Hon.. John Reed,'the , 'thert President Judge of the-Court of Common Pleasof the counties of Cumberland^ Juniata" and,Perry,,«|id the. Hon. John Stuart and John Lefevre, judges of.the said". Court of Common Pleas:,of the.county,of Cumberland, have issued their precept beafing'date the 2I.si. 1 day.ofJah' uaryi 1839rand:t6 hie directed, for hotdmgtajCourt of Oyer and Terminer, .'arid General Jail Delivery, and General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, at.Carlisle on the second Monday of April, 1839, (being the 8th duy,)'at Iff o'clock in the forenoon, ";:wprici!^iffEii£!grG7J^^ to the'Coroner, Justices of the Peace, and Conr stables.of the said county of; Cilrhberland, that they-tie then and there in their.' propef person with their Records, Inquisitions, Examinations . and other Remembrances,' to-do^hose things which:tp,their offices respectively appertain'.— Ahd'thoSe who are Bound by. recognizances to prosecute against the prisoners ...

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

SHERIPF1S SAt.ES. ..' : By .virtue of sundry writs of Levari Facias to me;directed issued; out of the. Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will be exposed to Public Sale, at; the Court House, in the borough of Carlisle, on Saturday the 50th of Marc/t 18S9, at 10 o'clock A. M. tho following described real estate to wit; ":.. ¦'• All that messuage,plantation and tractof land, situate in the township of South Middleton. in the County of Cumberland, bounded and described lis follows, to wit:— Beginning at an ash oak tree on mountain creek, thence by lands of the heirs of Charles McCIure-dee'd., South fourteen arid a half degrees, East thirty three perches to a post, thence across said creek by land of Jptin McClure & the heirs of Joseph Knox dee'd., (called the Paper Mill tract,) South seventy five degrees "and a half, west thirty perches to mountain stone, thence along the Hanover" & Carlisle'Tumpike Road, north nine and a half degrees, west fifteen perches an...

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

iiiieresting -Mfcbalc in the Senate. ¦ - -¦ i i , 9Cmectea« ©oiuntccr. . We are indebted -to the Pennsylvanian.for the following synopsis of the debate in the Senate, between Messrs. Brown and Penrose, on the bill for the payment of, the troops that participated in the' Hariisburg War, during the.month of December.'. It will amply, repay a perusal, and will convince every one of the truth of the declaration repeatedly made, that" the gifted democratit Senator from the county of Philadelphia is more than- a match for the "Jljjing phenomenon,'1''who would fain have considered himself the Demosthenes, of that body. Senate, March 5, 1839; The Senate took up in committee of the whole," the bill relative to the payment of troops, Mr. Copiah in the chair. \Mr. Penrose took the floor, and spoke at great length upon this question. He protested against making any differenceietWeen the'troops from Philadelphia, andthose from Cumberland. The troops from the 1st division (he said)' had...

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

DIALOGUE BETXtTEEN A BOY . ANiDAWHie. _ _.. Whig..: What is your father?. Soy. He is a democrat. W,. What are you? B. . I am a defhocrat too. W. What do J-ou mean by a democrat? B. I mean a friend to-liberty, sii-. .W. You we mistaken sir. The.,democrats are eneinies.bf liberty,.they aio locofoco.s; they are wicked rnen. Can you tell me my lad,.what democracy is? ,.B. I don't kiiow what you mean by locnfocos. But I have seen iii my reading book, hocus pocus, and the book says it is trick's of. Hindoo' jugglers J arid .father says federal - istsare called jioco pocos because they try to deceive and cheat the people-by tricks and deception. And sir,, democracy is liberal and free government. Father says it is a. government where all men are free & equal, the' rich and the poor have all equal rights under democracy, arid nobody has any ex-_£lusive.privi|£ges. ' Democracy, siran'tfedcralisfn.' ^ W. AA Ivy my lad, you seeifi to be very flippant for a youngster about feder...

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

Sheriff's Sales. By virtue of sundry'writs of 'Venditioni Exponas to me directed, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland County, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the. Court House,-in the borough of Carlisle, on SalurddrrtWe Qthjof April A., D. 1839, at 10 o'clock A. M. the following described real estate, to wit: %' " '' A lot of ground situate? ih the borough, of Carlisle,, qpritaining sixty feet in bveadtli, arid 120'feet in depth, more orless, adjoiriing lots of William Alexarider on the cast,"Nathan Woods on the sputhyjohn.Agnew on the west,' ahdXbii'ther street on the north,.having thereon erecteila.two story Stone House,,a two story Stone jjack buijtling, and a o.rie arid a half story Xpg House. Seized and taken in execution as tlie property ^p{ Francis McManus.r. V lso, a tract of Aroodland, sit-Tiate in North Middleton township, contain: ingibrty acres, moreor less, adjoining lands ofJames-Isambertbii, James Given/ and the Perry county line. Seized and • t...

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

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

Jgffl^ VOLUNTEER? MY SANDERSON,'fc CORNMAN. : ^J^Siilli'fy^ .-^m^.,' ^i^p.| ij^^^^^ CARLISLE: THURSDAY, MARCH »-_. I»3»-

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