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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

«HdBMKBj9s9£^B>*BH^Bn5^H THE TRtJE RICHES OP LIJE IS ; : \ jH.i!E Ar'ErT/fl-* —-- ;-— ..Wt know that health,' and the ability to labor is the wealth of the. great mass of the ficofile in this at in most other countries., lb preserve, therefore, that health by MAT-URAL 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 can1 be-given of their immense importance to the afflicted, in almost every class of diseases. The1 number of letters received from patients recovering thro' their means is really prodigious, -and the complaints whichthey have cured, are almost as va. ried as they are numerous. Bnt still there are some 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 Indigestio...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

XIVUR COMPLAINT, Cured by Dr. Win. JEvans' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient Pills. ."M-RS. LYTLE. Mount Joy, Lancaster co. JLTJIL. rX completely restored to health, by Dr. Evans* Chamomile Pills. Her symptoms were, great pain in her right side, could not lie on her left without an aggravation of the pain, disturbed rest Extrerte debility, pains in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, iangor, with other symptoms indicatinggreat derangement in the Tunctions of the liver. Miss Lytle, daughter of.the aforesaid Mrs. Lytle, has also been restored to perfect health, by the same invaluable medicine. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, attended with-severe pain In her side, sickness on the stomach, eructions, fcc. 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 To...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

T^^^m^^^^^^^^^ m^^ Of theJb5orough of Oaitlisle, showiog the amount of SmalJito^ issued ^ balance unredeemed and.outstanding or lost. also the existing debts op said borough and the amount of her assets. Dr« 1 Cr. TvS^T^^^;^^^^^n of *12'289 oo B^the ^i{ifsss&s^ ** destroyed by bumiDSby the „ „r- is nehtrittuBan,, *« fi. ^of SS!SSiiffH™™^^^ ' Balance m favor of Thomas Trimble, Treasurer, 445d - Balance from estate of A. Ratraey? late Treasurer, 115 25 ¦3>°°4 45& Balance due from 3ohn Reig^tej; and bail, liite Collector, Z77 16 Balance due from John Peters, present Collector, 113 GTi (, » ¦ ¦ On Deposite in the Saving FundSociety, 854 38 Balance outstanding on account of sales of Market house, 25 85 ' 2,386 2U 13,603 S9| ^- ¦ ¦ Balance against the borough, 1,690 06^ - . $15,293 45il - ,'. ' ' 915,293 45.? ' - ¦ . '' ' < * The account of Archibald Ramsey, Treasurer of the Borough of Carlisle, in the year 1837, exhibiting his receipts and expenditures. ; ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 25 April 1839

THRASHING MACHINES , , ¦ --'-"ANB , ¦ HORSE POTOXR CALL -AND EXAMINE FOR TOUBSBtrBSf The subscribers, thankful for past favorsitake this method of informing the public that they stilleoritinue.thebuildingof ThrashingMachines and Horse Power, at their old stand; iri Louther street, Carlisle, where Farmers and othere can at all times be supplied. -They have made a considerable improvement on the power and machine, and have,also attached aj" "' OtpVERTHRASH fSf t, which for durability and simpleness of copstniction is surpassed by none. .-Having all mannerof confidence in the sriperiority of the above inentioned machine, &c they are willing that Farmers sha,ll test them before making the purchase. " : Persons wishing to purchase or. fxamine the machine .will please make application at the public house of John Cornman. Carlisle.' -'- ¦ -< NEVlOa ft; MITGBEIili. - May:3, J838. ¦ .-¦ ,'>¦;„¦ -. - ¦¦;,.;¦ . ¦'-¦"¦ »>,: :--" SitinrBambaseen, plalri'aridlfi^reo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

Tennis of Publication T^io American. Volunteer Is published every Thursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Two .Dollars pcrannum, payable, half yearly in advance, pr two dollar* mid filty cents if not paid within the year. No subscription taketi for a less term thin six months, and no^dlscohtinuance permitted- until all arrearages are paid.• A, failure to notify a discontinuance,at the. expiration of a term, will be considered a new 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, tic. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. A&8WTS FOR THB VOIitJTWTEER. • The following Gentlemen will please act an agents for this paperi subscriptionsreceived.nnd money paid to either of these individuals will be acknowledged by...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. THE subscriber respectfully informs the inhabitants of Carlisle, and the public generally/ that" he still resides at his Old'Slanit^m North £f;mover street, opposite Mr. E. Bullock's Chair Manufactory, where he continues to carry on the . .' ¦ Cabinet Making Business, Jn all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself with anew and •-- ----------¦—-- -.--SPLEVDID HEARSE, See. to accommodate all. those who may tavnr him with a call. He returns his sincere thank-, to liis. friends and customers tor the liberal encouragement bestowed on him, & solir.jis » continuance of their;patrdnage. "He flatter1-himself that by strict attention to business and a disposition to please, to merit and receiver share of public patronage. .^ ¦ ¦ , - .. > .. . N. B. One or Two Journeymen C»i»!"~« ackers wantedrto whomlitSeralwaBes.will begiven, An apprentice, wilt be_3ak«h:to learn the.above business, if well «=°™—^ ^ ^^ Carlisle, Decembers, 1838.—tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

MXtB^JVGB BAJVU AND SAVINGS HTSfTITITTIO.W, No. 66 South Fourth st. Philadelphia^ CAPITAL 250.000DOL.L.ARS. Olten daily for the transaction ofbusiness front ' &ji. .M.to3P. M. DEPOS1TES of money, received, lor which che following rate of interest will beallowed: .1 year 6 percent, per annum, 6mos. 6 " ¦ '¦ •* 3 ¦•• 4 . «r. " , , , Oh businessdeposUes.tobedrawn atthepleasure of the'depositor, no interest will be allowed. •Uncurrent mites of solvent Banks, in. every part of the United States, will bereceived as special depositea, on such terms as may be agreed on in each particular case. By order of the B«ard, - *?*«>.„.,;.. j, DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia, Dec-19,-1838; ly

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

BRIGADE INSPECTORS ORDSR& fV^HE enrolled inhabitants subject: to militia B . duty residing within-the bounds of the 1st Brigade, 11th Division; P.-M. (being Cumberland and Perry counties.) will parade in companies under their respective commanding officers on the first Monday in May next, (being the 6th day of May, 1839,) and the Regiments and Battalions will- parade for review and inspection trainings as follows, viz: - ^ The 1st Battalion 86th Regiment Militia and the 2d Battalion Cumberland Volunteers, on Monday the 13th day of May. The 2d Battalion 86th .Regiment Militia and the 1st Battalion Cumberland Volunteers, on Tuesday the 14th of May. "The 1st Battalion -2Jd Regiment Militia on Wednesday the 15th of May. • The 2d Battalion 23d Regiment Militia,-on Thursday tKe 16th of May. ¦ ¦ The JstRegiment Cumberland Volunteers, on Friday the 17th of May. - , The lst.Battalion 39th Regiment Militia, oh Monday the 20th of May. The 2d Battalion S9th Regiment Militia,, on Tue...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

A VALUABLE TAN YARD ' FOB. RENT, • " AT mRPEK>S:FEWY , VA. THE subscribers will lease, for one or more year?, their valuableTan Yard, with 'all its appendages. It is one of the best locations in Virginia for carrying on jhe business on an extensive scale, as there is abundant room and the materials are ample. ~-Anumberofthe-y«t8 are undercover, and all the buildings are <>l the most suitable kind—besides the grinding H Bark (which can be got convenient and at fair prices,) is done by water power. Any quantity of Hides can he procured in the neighborhood, as there is no other tannery withiii several-miles" of the place—indrtliefe -is-iilso every facility for getting hides'from the cities, and sending them to market when tannetL-eiihf er br ruil rwid or «=«*„¦. -1-i«.J--«»i ?it„„?!v.ri5 demand at this place for a laree qnantity ot keAtmr_fli!iiu»ur.py™e'Onveni£nentS. „:—:— Pm«r».'.w-miiHM.iiWtii »«.nnemflteiy. . For further particulars enquire of HUGH GIIXEECE &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

TO BE1VTISTS. 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 who have examined them. Also, Human 'Iieth, Gold Foil, Tin do., &c. Sec. including every article of material used inDentalSurgery. Teeth, gold, lie. sent by mail to any part'of the Union when ordered. F. H. KNAPP. May 31,1838. Surgeon Dentist, Baltimore

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

RECJIiflEVTAL ORDERS. FIRST Battilion 23d.Regiment Pennsylvania Militia.parade at"M»unt Rock on Wedne>daxlhe_lSth andjhe SECOND BattaVipn at Shippensburg on Thursday the 16th day of Hay next. Battalion- to be formed at 10 o'clock, a; m. - By order of James CHesnut, Col. Comd'g, . HENRY B. REBUCK, Adjutant. Aprfrtr, 1839..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

FIFTY WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED, AT DICKINSON FORGE, Six'miles south-west of Carlisle, to whom constant employment and liberal wages will be given by A. G. EGE. April 18,1839.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

DYJEING AND SCOURING* JA\E J>ARIrlON, Respectfully informs the citizens of Carlisle & its vicinity that she .will Scour Gentlemen's Clothing ;and .Dye wool, yarn, and Ladies dresses, any color which they may, desire.. ; Her residence is in East street, a few doors South of the Rail Road. Bridge, where all orders in her line of business wilt be thankfully received and promptly attended to."' "'.'¦¦' '-;¦ -: Carlisle, Apql 16, 18S9. St

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

Speech vfJttr. Parsons, On the Bill to provide for the pay, emoluments, and perquisites of the troops re' cer itlyihthe service of the Commonwealth. ' In Senate, March 1839.—/n reply to Mr. Penrose, and othete, ;¦.-'• fConeluded.) TheSpeaker told yon on yesterday/in the course ot his remarks, that the principles of the constitution had been violated by Andrew Jackson", immediately after he came into office. What.': Andrew Jackson violate the principles of the constitution? Oh tell it not in Gath! publish it not in the streets of Askelon! A man who has been denominated the second father of his country, and a roan who had even received the plaudits of his political enemies, for the manner in which he conducted his administration of the Government! Yet, notwithstanding all this, the Speaker, on the floor of the Senate, charges him with violating the constitution immediately after he came into oflico. But let us hear whatthe- Speaker-had to say of General Jackson in 1839, when h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

.TRANSPORTATION . TO &&ROtd ?Hli.AX>SIiPHXA. THE subscriber has made arrangements'with AJessm. Humphrey8,:Dutill 8c Co_Walhut street wharf, PhiladelpWa. torun a daily llneof Union Canal boats »o and from that place.; to thi» line is connected a line.pf ears to run on the"Cumberland Valley rail.wfty.to Carlisle, Chambersburg, and all intermediate places, thus affording the necessary facilities- of rail -way: -and canal transportation, to all persons along the route It is confidently beUeved.that this airangement . willmateriaHy-advantage those^who may-prefer the!Uhion:canal; and ever):-assurance is £iven that the .utmost despatch.will be afforded,,and atthelo^strateoffrei^t., ^tA ^G; JHarrisbure, April 4,.t839.:,.,-—'" . :¦ ?m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

.,.. GA.ttp^Br.'SKEOS... In iUt^Mr variety, amoh^ which is the choicest cucunibJT .fc(udSi a'smalllbt of flower seeds, to be had irt She store of- • v '¦ '-'¦ ; ,,. JQHN GBAY^Agent. Catiisle^Aprll 4, 1839. ;;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

.''¦"¦'"¦' ^posT.offffiQS* ¦"..i'.- :\'-:\ , ^»rMsIe,^Pa.JJoy: i, ,i$38, ' \'l^rT^dl9Vi^' M*fi^f^f'w-l^ff*: . ~ ; '"' ~' ..\ '"¦'' ','; ^Arrive*. ::~ ,'CUaia Eastern0' rdaHy"¦'¦ aboutlS-ni.'•'•'"; -y.'pimi •• ..«» .';''*• ¦:•?p.m.- .10a.m. Western ••• -. ..!'. 11 m. 10avra. Southern - .««.-.... --V , W m. ¦ • -r7 p.jm, MeClianiesU^ " - " 42m.^vTp.;ro, Newville •'""¦ - " «• . J3 m.' ' 10 a. m. *^™: ;/ .xR.,LAMPERTQN.Pv M.:: Job Printing neatly'' .executed at-this: office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

DR.I.Cil00Ml8, - • ••-^-DlSlfTlS*; -'- ¦¦'¦ ISTEND&residiw-permaneiitlv.. ImCarlisU, and wouldcrespectfully.offv-r.hjs.professional services'to the citizens of,the place and vicinity. He Urn Ml«njTooms4tiCdl.^rree'«_;HateJ,. vjh«re*? mSybe lomrfj^UJiours., . : :r .Personvrequesting.it will be waited upon at tneirresidences. ' ' • '_' '•" •_''.,",'".' rOr.GeorgtD.Faulke,-Reference,—, i Hep- Jnos. C. Thorn\on, -Carlisle.-Dsc. e.HJSfji . .",;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

For Sale, A set of first rate PUMP MAKERS' TOOLS Enquire of the Editors of the Volunteer..v - " April4,1839. ; ... ::.\:~-r . ¦ .-. -.,; ViX'i ¦•'¦ ¦ POWDER ' '.¦<- r"'' By the Keg, &c. received, arid for-dale, at. the store of -...-.-'- ,'--•'. ;',-.. JOrmGRAYj Agent . ' -'Carlisle; April 4,1839. ; . r .: ¦]• j Mk Hnn^kerchieis, :ShaMler Blond and'Silk Scarfs andJ other. fancy 'Spting. Goods, for sale cheap.at the new store of ¦ y. ' ._ 5-l^RI?OLD-8^CO,-V"Aprirt. .-.'" :IriMcchanicsburgi ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 2 May 1839

..CAjmLES.^ ¦¦,-. .... , . -^¦Asupply of Candles.can be had .8i.any.ti'm;t by annlying at the;fartorv-nf, ' - '' ," ; .' :\ •_¦.¦--• ...:,¦ -. •- ¦¦; JOHN GRAY, Agent, j .Carlisle, Aprils 1839. -. .:/ ¦ ":.,„u....ij i Italian, Luitstrlr^^ros^de-nnjiSj ^Gros;de-Swiss,'Groside.Paris anil a Ibtke ass"ort-V iment of light and fancy colored Silks, plain and: ifigured, offered low by -: Arnold IS Co. I ^?;:;;Nan|fi?ren>!.''K^!lr^?.'l - Georeia arid India JJanWeeris "for iaJe ln«f by ~ ApnjV" ' : ; ' ¦ ¦¦ '\.?-';;;iftin*'rffcrCb;¦'- ^^-ii^w'spBiwe^pjpSf'' ;^; y.. last liecelved'afcthe store of Arnold K Co.ta freslrTuisortmemV-of desirable -f^irinB-Goodsr •which they offer very low. ,AprH4.

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