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

... IMPORTANT: To Millers, S^JfUamufacUtrCrs HOWDS IMPHOVIID DIBEOT ACTION WATER WHEEL.. THE public, are informed that thejubscnber has boughv the right of the above water wheel, for the Stateof Pennsylvania. It is con-•idered 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 so. by calling at the foundry of DAVID COCKLEY, Lancaster. The annexed certificates have .been given as a slight testimonial of its value; they will speak tor themselves. All communications addressed to the subcriber in Lancaster, Pa., will be promptly attended,°" MICHAEL M'MATH. April 11, 1839. ly [Copif.] This is to cert'uy, that I have put in one of Howd'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, arid that I can grind seven bushels with the direct action wheel an hour, a...

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

Lyons, September 3, 1838; _ This may certify, tliat we have used one of S. Howd's patent'waterWheels since, December las't, by the side of a re-action wheel, and we think that Howd'a Will do double the business, Vm'n the same water that the reaction wheel wli". uoor TSr/^esr:-Wa^ever haTc^ntiiiise feet head, and can grind with that eight bushels per hour. We.are subject to back-water. I his wheel will do as good business under back water as the re-action, and we recommend it to the attentionand Patron^0N h j^ki;v - MILES S. LEACH.

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

TESTS. SlLJItaVS flETALIC, QB MIMSrttAL 1NC0Bij-...-ow''a„OTm"i?in! fiWn'e naturalliviiigTeeth, Many have devoted years to unsuccessful experiments,.and others have succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials similar to the porcelain ware, but generally they have an opaque white appearance, by which they are easily distinguished from the human teeth. After long and tedious experiments, the subscriber has succeeded in manufacturing teeth of materials entirely Incorruptible, and perfectly in imitation of human - teeth. They have a semitransparency, and are made of various sizes and shades. In cases where absorption of the aveolar process, or other causes may render it necessary, he will' cast, of the same materials attached to the teaih, artificial gums, which shall imitate the gum and supply the loss of substance. It is entirely impossible for these teeth to •hange their color, or cause foetid breath.. Hs will insert them from one to entire sets, in such manner that they will m...

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

Anew line of Freight Cars HEtOXE HARRISBTTHO TO FBZLASXHJPHXA. THE subscriber,. grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints hisfriends and the pub-He, that he has put'into operation on the HARIUS8UIIG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a lineof new DOUBLE CARS, which'will run regularly between Harrisburg gc Piiiladelphia, byV.hich Goods arid Produce of all""descriprrai'»"wlU beTorwarded with care and despatch, at the Io*'eSt;rates of freight. GoOdS will be refieivttf at the WAREHOUSE of THOMAS h MAXWELL, N. E. cornertif Broad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and forwarded rjfHarrisbuigrtJarP ^e;^ Kud intermediate places, and ^.K^hf subscriber, " . ¦"• ¦'.- .' O WEST M'C ABE. Harrisburg, Jan, 31,1839. .t iTT-FISH. SALT AND PLASTER, CONSTANTLYON HAND; Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce.-.'—-.-: .*\--v .--;---.:; '

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

MACHINIST AND Burr ^Manufacturer^: Xbevsubscriber wisliei" to inform his friends and the public that he continues the manufacturing of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Factories, together with - - -*- PBBN0S svaa JS/HX.X. stones. at his old stand in New Cumberland, ap of which he will warrant to.be-made' in" thV.bestvwbrk;- manlike mariner" andof' the bestmaterials," arid sell at the lowest prices,- tipbh accommodating terms. : "¦ •'-- ' -; -'¦ ¦¦¦'. .-.¦•. ;--'-.,-•.--;-, ; Aconstant supply.of Cards will.be kept en hands.and old machines repaired.-::-: .¦•••¦'- . ABR'M MEt,LINGERV Jtirie31.1838. , ' , .: ly.: ¦

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

.CHANGE OP AGENTS For Morrison's t/nlvers'al tfedTclrics. HORATIO SHEPHERD MQ AT, late Sole Agent in the 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 Agent and Hygia Delegate t!o the United States, The said George Taylor has appointed A. D. Olmstead, of Montrose, Susquehanna county," Pennsylvania, Sole General Agent for the states of Maryland nhd Delaware, and thirty three counties east of the Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania) and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Ailentown, Lehigh county. Pa., General Agent for four counties in iheistate of New York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to witt—Burlington, Cape May, Cuthberland, Gloucester, Monmouth arid Salem, in the state of New Jersey; Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, in the state of New York; . Hereafter, no person can or will vend the ge^ nuine Hygeian Medicines within the said districts, except by the auth...

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

tHEbr^SVSSiS^T IN BRIDOES. "¦7IRANC.IS GOOD, of the township of New J\ London, in the county of Chester, and state otPennsylvania, obtained letters patent for an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water, The plan combines strength andper manency with economy, so much so as not to require, in some situations, more than one half the expense to erect a Bridge on this plan, arid when built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the stream; the Bridge being constructed and secured in such a manner, that if the water should rise so high as to run over the top of it, the Bridge 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-thls plan'has'been erected over a branch of Whiteclayccr'eek/in the. township of Londongrove, which received the approbation.of a Jury appointed by thecourt to view the same. The subscriber having purchased the rights of the states of- Pennsy...

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

;* Interesting Case Cured, ; .Br'.QRS.. trii._KFANs' cUitouiz.B.ro'ifie stm ... rjNlir APBRiENTPiLlS.' BENJAMIN BOWN.cornerof Shippenand George streets, Philadelphia, was affected tor. seven: years .with, extreme nervousness, by which hewas not able towrite" his name. His symptprns.we"re:eruscatio'n, daily spasmodic pain in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation: of the heart, giddiness and dimness of sight, also inability of engaging in anything that demanded yigoror'couragei sickness of the stomach, impaired appetite, coldness and weakness of the extremities, emaciation, and extreme debility, disturbed rest, a'sense of pressure and weight on the stomach aftercatlng'.-great" mental despondency, severe flying pains in the chest, back and side.'costiveness and a dislike for society and conversation. Mr. B. has made trial of vorions medicines now before the public, but to no effect, qntiW-observiiigr-ih ;n publicjlaper "some cures performed by.-Dr. William Evans's Camomile Tome an*...

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

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

- ... TO THE PUBLIC. II FQR the purpose of removing a gcneralprcA judice that prevails against the Homof opathicpracticc of medicine, as well as. to give a quietus to the unfounded reports, of some ihterested individuals concerning it, the subscriber thinks it necessary to present to the public the following voluntary certificates of cures performed by him, from persons of respectabilltyJlo.ig known in the borough of Carlisle. Personssimilarly afflicted may have their co'm/ifaittttashvell as their prejudices removed, by calling oi:. F. EHRMAN, Homoeopathic Physician, E. Main street, Carlisle. December 27,. 1838. - TRliTMPH Of the Homeopathic, over the old practice of Medicine fairly established. TO WHOM IT MAYCONCEHN. SOMETIME the iast of August, A. D. 183r, 551 a small protuberance appeared on my face near my left eye: I thought.lt was what is called a blind boil, and treated it accordingly. Several days after it first appeared, it was examined by a physician of this place, who...

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

7 THE'TKUEBictiESOPLlfeEtS ¦ -: ¦•"•: ,H^,iitT,tt.-"'.::.': We know that health, and (be ability tojabor is the wealth of the great mass of the .%°fij<r" this as in most .other countries. To preserve, therefore , That health iy/fATl/RAL<mea nsis a grand moral and political-scheme, toju/fil whlth 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 thfe afflicted, in almost every class of diseases. The hurnber of letter? 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. But still there are some In which they are, more especially beneficial than in othersi and among those may be named the too often fatal complaints of the stomach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence, and Indigestion; for -which t...

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

-ffANOY. STQ.VBS. -• 'A SPEJVDW assortment of fancy Franklin /% and Parlor- Stoves, intended for coal or wood.' Also, a variety of Cooking Stoves of the most-economical anil approved kind. .'Wood staves arid [other castings for sale either finished or: lfi the plata, very cheap forcashorapproved countr^'produce. . ..-•:¦ "¦,.?,.':- "_ "..- ..-•.^ J;v^. . Cv,:, :, -Vixwi FoEHi.N-a "&. TatrbnJH. „.Qak .Oroye.Eurnace/O .eO"; 1838,_i J^ltljL

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

jDirvrW^Eyarig? Camomile Pilla; |l^W*LESwhoareaalty troubled WitS-that JP- ;di4tressujgdlseaiu!. Sick Headache, which destroys the peace and happirjew nf ^thbusarids; can be eftecmally Cnwd; bV-nsjogV Dr;- Rvaris' Campmile Tonic andPaVnVlJ '-Aperient pills.— «iae«thetmemcal adyertiSCTneriti."- ..:.-,-¦ -

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

Georgetown, D, O. June 28,-1838. mO DR. WM. EVANS—Respected-friend T \^rn .^nlir rfir-iliUii^itl'Ultg^lJU.ll1.1."1' iTm months past 1 have been laboring under a severe Chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism, attended with debility, loss of appetite, lowness of spirits See. Having frequently heard of the truly excellent quality of your Camomile Pills, I at last determined to make trial of them; although not withoiH;iQprisiderableopposition from my physician and family. ' At last seeing my determination.they argeed to the trial 1 and upon usiiigthe third package I was altogether restored to health. How can I, express my gratitude' (int}; sincerg'regard. for "such a'¦ saviour"i'lpF human frames? My.case was altogether hopeless, and I must confess myself surprised at the extraordinary result. No people were ever more bless ed than we are with such remedies. The many quack advertisements which appear in the pa. pers which 1'received from your city, deterred me from using your pills before I...

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

TO THE PUBLIC. MORE PROOFS' of the efficacy of Dr. W. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Apericnt Pills.—Mr. Joshua Swain, Cape May county, N.J,, effectually restored tohealth from the .following distressing symptoms:—Extreme debility, attended" with constant pain in the side, back and limbs, giddiness and dimness of sight; sickness at.the stomach, impaired appetite; difficulty of breathing; .great pressure andweijght at the stomach after eating; depression of spirits, coldness and weakness of the extremities; flying pains in the chest; costiveness, and othersymp. trims not riecessary to enumerate. Mrs. Swain, wife of the aforesaid Mr. Swain, has also been restored to health by the above Invaluable iriedicines. Her symptoms were—neryou'snessy-head ache, pain in the side, loss of appetite; disturbed rest,eructations, 6cc. The public-are hereby informed that their motives for making this dec. laratiori are, that others afflicted with like symp. toms may receive information of, and..be...

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

IMPORTANT TO FEMALES. M-kR. WM. EVANS' Camomile,Pills have f proved to be the nriost useful medicine now before the public, in eradicating all the diseases connected with the female sex. ¦ One of the most dangerous epochs to females is at the change'.of life, and it is then that they require a medicine, which will so invigorate.their rriind.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 vornitirig,cheartJiurn, headache^: tooth ache, hysterics, and other troublesome symptoms,from which they will find themselves relieved,, by taking Dr."Evans? Camomile Pills, .which remove, disorders in! the -head, 'invigorate theYnilnd,-strengthen the body, improve the memory, and enliven the imagination. Rerneniberini»alwav» to keep the bowels c-pen with Evans'Family Aperfect AntUbilinus Pills. For sale at top.- ! '"';'r" '... BEBAtp Office, Carlisle and by • '„ ... ' „ s-WiLSOK ?cCo.Ship...

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

X.XV-BB. OOXIXPX,jfWX11T, Cured by Dr. Wriif Evans'. Chamomile Tonic . and Aperient Pills. (Wl "p- LY TLE, Mount Joy, Lancaster co. XT.M. Pa, completely restored to health, by Dr. Avails Chamomile Pills. Her symptoms were, great pain in her right side, could not lie on her lett without an aggravation of the pain, 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 func lions of the liver. Miss Lytle, daughter of the aforesaid Mrs. Lytic, has also been restored to perfect health, by the same invaluable medicine. Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, attended with severe pain 111 her side, sickness on the stomach, erurtinns, &c. Mrs. Lytle has thcplensure of informing the public, that numerous cases similar to her own, (ihlier Vicinity) have been restored to health by the same invaluable medicine. General Office" for the sale.iifDr. Wm...

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

THRASHING MACHIISES ....... .;. ; AN1>':..,-. I. .-.-'-. "•"'. ':-¦-.;' ,! SO»SB: VOWSa'";';. £dLi and nxAitixB fan iroonsBMmssl: The subscribei's.thankfiil for past;favprs, take this method.of .informing! the public, ihst they ^V".fc°n(inn«th?b,"''difigoT7»r^^^ and Horse Power, at tlieirlild stand, in, L'nuther street; Carlisle; where Farmers arid 'others' can at all times he supplied. They have-made a considerable improvement on the power /and machine, and have nlsi>attached a : : GDOFEBTHRASHER, ¦' - which for durability and simpleness of construction is.surpassed by none, : .;".'¦ Having all manner of confidence In the' superiority nf the above mentioned machine.&c. thev are-willing that Partners shall test them heforo making thepurchase. - .; • I;.-..., r: ;;Persons;wishing;tp purchase-w: exaroine7tno machine.-wlUnlease;roake.,application.*t tho public house of, John CnrrimnniCarlif \e'." ¦ V Vo^^^ViP^&^ITCHEtt,. ;.''Mayffi:j838-.- - '--, ^ ¦.-¦....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

Terms of Publication, Tho American Volunteer 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 nlty cents if not paid within the year. --No iubscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance 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 ofglOO per square tor three insertions, arid 25 cts. f;r each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. Bindbilts, Blanks. Cards, He. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. AStJfTS-pOIl THE VOLUNTEER. Tile f.illowini; Gentlemen will please act as agents for this paper* suhscriptionsrecei ved.niid miTievn-iiirtii.eith"er-uftlieseindividuals-willbe acknmvlenWilTfy us. John MootiE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

,. CABINET MANUFACTORY. TIE subscriber respectfully informs the inhoiitHiits,if Carlisle, and the.public generally- that he still resides aTliis Old Stand, "lit North Hanover street, opposite Mr. E. Bui lock V Chair Minufactory, wherehe.cnhtinuestocarr> oii the Cabinet Making Business, in all its various branches. He has latcly'furiiisht'd himself with a new and SPL.EXDID HEIR^E, Sec. to accommodate all those who may tavot hiiri with a call. He returns his sincere thankto his friends and customers tor the liberal en coiirHSfement bestowed on him, & solicits a continuance of their patron n>e. Hefluttrr« himsell that by strict attention 'o business and a dlspnsi tion to ple-ase, to merit and receive a share id puMic patronage. , . W. B. ^>ne.nr Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers wanted.to whom liberal wanes will he given. An'.apprentice will be taken t" learn the above business, if well recommended. GOHFREID HAAG. Carlisle. Derembi-r 6. 1838.—tf.

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