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

A new Line of Freight Cava FROM HARRXSBURO TO PHX» ADEZ.PHZA. THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, respectfully acquaints his friends and the public, that he has put'into operation on the HARRISBURG, LANCASTER, and COLUMBIA RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS, whieh will run regularly between Harrisburg fit Philadelphia, by which Goods and Produce of all descriptions will be forwarded with care and despatch, at the lowest rates bf freight. Goods will be received at tho WAREHOUSE of THOMAS I. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of BPbad-ab'd Vine streets.Philadelphia, and forwarded to'Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and intermediate places, and bv the subscriber, . owenm:c'abe. Harrisburg, Jan. 31,1839. - ¦''-" !t7*FlSH. SALT AND PLASTER, CONSTANTLYON HAND- Cash paid for almost all kinds of country produce."

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

MACHINIST AND Burr Manufacturer. The subscriber wishes to inform bis friends andjhe publis that hecontinues the manufactu; ring of all kinds of machinery for Woolen Fac tories, together with' - - FBENOK BCTRB. MILE. STONES, ot hisoldstandin New Cumberland, all of which he .will warrant to be made in the best workmanlike, manner and of the best materials, and sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating terhis. , ¦,-.._,- !..iWjJ. - A constant supply of Cards will be kept-on hands, and old machines repaired. ' . ABR'M MELLINGER; June 91. i$3B: ly ¦

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 9 May 1839

CHANGE OF AGENTS For Morrison's Universal Medicines. ' . HORATIO SHEPHERD MOAT, late Sole Agent inthe 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 Hygla Delegate to'fke United States. The said George Taylor has appointed A. D. Olmstead, of Montrose,. Susquehanna county. Pennsylvania,- Sole General Agent for the states of Maryland and Delaware, and thirty three counties east.of tho Allegheny Mountains, Pennsylvania! and George C. Hand, Surgeon Dentist, of Allentown, Lehigh county. Pa., General Agent for four counties in the state of New York, and seven in the state of New Jersey, to witi—Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Monmouth and Salem; in the state of New lerseyi Gennessee, Livingston, Monroe and Steuben, inthe state of New York. Hereafter, no person can or will vend the genuine Hygeian Medicines within the said districts,-except by the authority of th...

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

TO BRIDGE ^ BUILDERS. y. G-OOB'S IMPHOVBMENT IN BRIDGES. "¦^KANCIS GOOD, of the township of New B' London, in the county of Chester, and state otVennsylvaiiia, obtained letters patent for an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and per 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, and when built would not be liable to be injured by a freshet, or rise in the stieam: 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 num ber of scientific men, who all pronounce it a great improvement. One on this plan has been erected over a branch of Whiteclay creek, in the township of Londongrove, which received the approbation of a Jury, appointed by the court to view the same. The subscriber having purchased the ...

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

'—Interesting Case CuTeu, ar on. w.u. sraus' camomile tonic and PAMILT APERIENT PILLS. BENJAMIN BOWN.cornerofShippe.iand Qeorge streets, Philadelphia; was affected tor seven" years with extreme nervousness, by which he was not able to write his name. His sympttms were crnscation, daily spasmodic pain in the head, loss of appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness and dimness nf sight, also inability of engaging in any thing that demanded vigor or courage; sickness of the stomach, impaired appetite, coldness and weakness of the extremities, emaciation and extreme debility, disturbedjest, a sense of pressure and weight mi the stomach after eating,-great*mental.«l.e.8pondency, severe flying pains in the chest, back and side, costiveness and a dislike for society and conversation.. Mr. B. has made trial of yorions medicines now before the public, but to no effect, until, observing in a public paper some cures performed by Dr. William Evans's Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient Pills...

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

TO THE PUBLIC. II FOR the purpose of removing a general fire-II judice that prevails against the Homoeopathic practice of medicine, as well as to give a quietus to the unfounded reports of some interested, 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.respectability, loug known in the borough of Carlisle. Persons similarly afflicted may have their complaints as well as their /irejudices removed, by calling on F. EHRMAN, Homoeopathic Physician, E. Main street, Carlisle. December 37,1838. T RI UM P H Of the Homceopatjiie, over the old practice of Medicine fairly established. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. SOMETIME the last of August, A. D. 1837, a small protuberance appeared oii. niy face near my left eyei 1 thought it was what is called a blind boil, and treated it accordingly. Several days after it first ap| eared, it was examined by a physician of this place, who pron...

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

Georgetown, r>. c. June 28. 1838. T',1 DR. WM. EVANS Respected friend: I am truly gl'.itilied thai 1 can return my sincere thtiikSlo you, who have been the cause nf my being restored to perfect health. Fur five months past I have been Lib irir.tr, under a.severe Chronic lull imm itory Rheumatism, attended with dvhi'ity, loss of appetite, Inwness of spirits &c. Hiving frequently heard of the truly excellent qu ility of your f!ani»nii1e Pills, I at last determined tn m ike tri d of ihem; although imt without considerable opposition fr.nn my physician and f unily. At List seeing my determination they argeed tn the trial) mil uiJin lining the third package I was alt'igither restored tn health. Hnw can I express my gratitude and sincere regard for such a s-ivinnr of hu nan frames? My case was ilfmether hopeless, and I mist confess myself surprised at th» extrinrd'uvirv result. .No people were ever more bless ed than we are with such remedies. The rtianv quack advertise...

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

THE TRUE RICHES OF LIFE IS HE A LTH. We know that health, and the ability to labor is the wealth of the great mass of the people in this as in most other countries. To preserve, therefore, that health by NATURAL means, is a grilind 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 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 nave cured are almost as varied astJhey are numerous. But 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 Indigestion, for which they are not only a certain but an immediate cure. It i...

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

X.XVER COMPLAIN?', Cured by Or. Wm. Jivans' Chamomile Tonic and Aperient Pills. MR S LY i LK, Mount my, Lancaster CO. P.i.ciiinp.ttely rest, red'tn health, by Dr. c.v.«ns' Chamomile Pills. Her sympt* His were, threat pain .in ht r right sid- , r< ulfl net lie en her l< ft without an aggravation if thr pnii, disturbed rest. Extreme debility, pains in tin h ad, loss "f appetite, palpitiitinn of the heiirl. gii'diiiess -ind dimness ..f sight, langor, with other s\ n ptoms iudirnting great dtrai gement in the functions of tire liver. Miss L\ tie, duughti r nl the 'foresaid Mrs. Lytle, has also hem n'stoied to perfect health, by the same invaluable medicine. Her symptoms were < xtreme nervousness, attended with severe pain in hersii'e, sirkitess-on the-stomach, eriictl^ns. Bee. Mrs. L\tle has ihe pleasure of iivfermioj! the public, that numerous cases simil-ir toiler own,1 (in her vicinity) have been vestured tn health by the same invaluable medicine. fientral Offi...

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

•...-•-,»AW3Y. SSPOVBB.. A SPSVDID assortment'of fancy Franklin A and Parlor Stoves, intended for coal or wlSr'^tlsiva variety "of Cooking Stoves of the most eeMamical. add ^ approved kindLj .Wood stove* and other'castings for sale either finished or in tha platesvyery cheap for cash or approved country produce. :¦ ' . . ¦ —" Pious, Foemjto & THOTMCK.:. Oik Orav* Furnaes;.Oct. 4,1838. tf

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

Dr. W. Kvdns' Camomile Pills. TP^EMALES whoaredaUv troubled with that Hf? ^istressm^diseMev^rt-WshVafAirrwhich •destroys.the peace and happiness of thousands, can be effectually cured by using; Dr. Evans" Camomile Tonjcand Family Aperient Pills.— ^^"KlwfJ^ierfadmUnrmeniii. ^ ', .¦ _

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

M "8p.TllE PUBLfC. ORE PROOFS „f the efficacy <>f Dr. W. Evans' Camomile Tonic and Family Apciicnt Pills—(ytr. Joshua Swain, Cape' May county, N. 1., ettectu illy restored to health from the following distressing symptoms:—Extreme debility.-Tiitended-witlrconstanrpain in theside, back and limbs, giddiness and dimness nf sight; sickness at the stomach, impaired appetite; difficulty-of breathing; .great pressure and weight at the stomach after, eating; depression of spirits,, coldness and weakness nf the extremities; flying pains' in the chest; costiveness, and ntHer^syiiiptniiisinnt necessary to enumerate. Mrs. Swain, wife nf the afmesaid Mr Swain, has also been restored to,Ileal th by the. abny^iny ahi.able.nie^.i ¦ cines. Hersynptoms were—uervntisness, bead ache, pain in the side, loss of appetite, disturbed rest,.eructations, 8cc. The public are hereby inf umed that their motives for making this declarati in are, that others afflicted with like symptoms may receive...

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

IMPOftiTAYT TO FEMALES. llTVVivIT^rvrVNS'CTmmTiTieT^s have .proved to be the most useful medicine now Ifcr.re the public, in eradicating all the diseases connected with the female sex. One of the most dangerous epichs to females is at the change of life, and it is then that.they require a. medicine, which will su invigorate their mind,and strengthen their constitutions, as may enable them tn withstand the shock. L idles who are in a delicate stite.are often troubled with sickness, such as vomiting, heart burn, head acheV tooth ache, hysterics, and nther-tmubtesbme symptouip.froin which thev will fi id themselves relieved, by taking Dr.\ Evans' Camomile Fills, which remove dis .rders in the head, invigorate the mind, strengthen the body, improve the memory, and enliven the imagination. . Remembering alwavs to keep the bowels open with Evans' Family Aperient Anti-bilious Pills. For sale at the „--: ¦-.r Herald OFFICE; Carlisle and by S. WrLsoir !e.Co.Shippenaburg. " Carlisle, SgptB,...

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

THRASHING MACHINES ^ AND HORSE POWER CALL AKO EXAMINE FOB 'rOVItSBLPMsJ The subscribers, thankful for past favors, take this method of informing thelpuhlir that they, still continue the buildine of Thrashing Machines and Horse Power, at their i-ld stand, lii Lruther street, Carlisle, when- Farmers and others tan 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 simpleness of construe tion is surpassed-by none. Having all manner of confidence in the superiority of the above mentioned machine, &c the] ire willing that Farmers shall test thero befori. making the purchase. .„..' ¦¦¦ ' . Persons wishing to purchase or examine thr machine"will please make application at thi public house of John Cnmmao, CarlMe. ¦ ' ¦ . 1 -. NEVIUS & MITCHELL. May 3.1838. . , ^ . »» _ ¦ Satin, BambateeD, plain and figured Stocks tbrirjhibgr iririlWWa.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

Terms of Publication. The 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*wo dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. . No subscription 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. Advertisement* will be thankfully received, and published at the rate of gl 00 per square t.ir three insertions and 25 cts. f-r each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserted till forbid. Hindbitls, Blanks, Cards, Sic. neatly executed at short notice, and at moderate prices. A9E srsroa the . The following Gentlemen will please act as agents for this papers subscriptionsreceived,and nriney niid to either of theseindiv.idualswillbe ackn:'iwl>«li»edhy us. ' John-Moore. Esq. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

CABINET MANUFACTORY. TIE nubacrilit-r respectfully informs the in tiADiUuts <•(, C irlisle, anil the public nener ¦dlv that be still resides at bis Old Stand, in N in li H mover street, opposite Mr. E rJiiliock's Ch lir \1 iniifactory, where he continues to cat rv on the Cabinet ,lldking Business, in all its various branches. He has lately furnished himself with*a new and *Sl"LE\E>IO HEARSE, &c. to accom-no-late all those ubo may favor him with a call. He returns his sincere thanks to Ills friends am! customers tor the liberal enconr.i^ement best >wed on him. & solicits a enntinuance of their p itron me. H • Bitters himself that by strict attention *o husiness and a disposition to please, to merit and receive a share of pn'ilic pur MiHge. > N. B. ()ne,or Two Journeymen Cabinet Makers w uued.to whom liberal Wages will be efiven An apprentice will he taken to learn the above business, if well recommended. OOllFRETD HAAG. Carlisle. December...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

EX< MlAtJV&E BJM.JY1£ SAVINGS INSTITUTION, Sfo. 66 South Fourth st. Philadelphia. CAPITAL 250.000 DOLLARS. Often daily for the transaction of business from - 9 A. M. to 3 P. Al. B "EPOSITES bfm'oney received, for vhirh le following rate of interest willheallowed: 1 year 6 per cent, per annum, 6 mi's. 6 " ** 3 ¦•• 4 •' " On business deposites, lobe drawn at the pleasure of tlie depositor, no interest will be allowed. Uncurrent notes of solvent Banks, in every part of the United States, *ill be received as special deposites, on such terms as may be agreed on in each particular case. ,. j," ''¦- By order of the Board. J.DESSAA, Cashier. Philadelphia, Dec. 19. 1838. ly ". TRANSPORTATION .-TO & FROltt FaXI.A.i}EI.PHIA. TH ,E subsi-riberhas made arrangements with Messrs'. Humphreys, Dutill 8c Co Walnut street wliarf, Philadelphia, to run a daily line of Union C inal bo its to and.frpm that place; to this line is connected a line of cars tifrun on the Cumberland ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

BRIGADE INSPECTORS ORDERS. THE enrolled inhabitants subject to militia duty residing within the bounds of the 1st Brigade, 11th Division,-P. M. (being Cumberland and Perry couuties.) 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 Regiment Cumberland Volunteers, on Fridav the 17th of May. The 1st Battalion 39th Regiment Militia, on Monday the SOtluof May. The 2d Battalion 39th Regiment"Militia, oh Tuesday tlii- 21sl of May. The 2d Battalion 113th Regiment Militia, on Thursday the 33d of May. The 1st Battalion Perry County Volunteers, on Friday the 24th of Mav. The 1st Battalion 113th Regirtie'nt Militia, on Saturday the 25th of May. Commanding officers of Regiments or independent-Battalions, will designate their respective places of parade and will give at least fifteen days public notice ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

Estate of David Hippehammer, deceased. NO TIC B. THE public will take notice th it letters of nd, ministration have this "day been issued tai the subscriber on the estate of David Hipp ¦ hammer," late of the-borough of Carlisle, 'Coin berland county. All who; have claims or demands avainst the t state of said decedent artrequested to make the same Known to the sub. scriber without delay, and all who are indebted to said estate are required to call and settle the same immediately. - -. HUGH GAUL1.AGHER." . liesideiice, Carlisle. April 22, 1839. . - , - '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

Ladies' Companion. Anew Volume commences with the May number, which will be printed with beautiful new type. The Ladies' Companion,- established in May, 1834—a popular and highly esteemed magazine of General Literature and the Fine Arts; embellished with gorgeous and costly engravings on Steel, and the Quarterly Fashions; and also with Fashionable and Popular Music, arranged for-thePiano-Forte, Harp, and Guitar. Since the "publication of the "number for November, the demand for the Ladies? Companion has been unprecedented and beyond the most sanguine anticipations. At -the commencement of the volume, an additional number of copies were printed, which was considered at the time adequate to' satisfy all the orders .which might be received, and leave a considerable number on hand for subsequent calls. - The publisher is-more than gratified in stating that the whole of an edition of six thousand Jive hundred copies, was completely exhausted before the issuing of the third number o...

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