American volunteer. (Carlisle [Pa.]) 1814-1909, March 21, 1839, Image 4

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    r TEETH.
J nurrißLß teeth, - T
It has for mtfny years been a great desideratum
among EuropeaijDaiid American. Dentists* ; fo
manufacture .Pccth from incorruptible materials
which should imitate tlie natural living .Teeth,
Many have devoted years to unsuccessful ex
periments, andot.hers have succeeded in maim:
Incturing teeth of materials similar to Use porce
lain ware,, but generally they have an opaque
white appearance, by which they arc easily dis
tinguished from the human teeth.
After long and tedious experiments, the sub
scriber has succeeded in pianutacturing teeth of
materials entirely incorruptible, and perfectly in
imitation of human teeth. They have a semi
transparency, and are made of varibus sizes and
In cases where absorption of the aveolar pro
cess, or other causes may render it necessary, he
will cast of the same materials attached to the
teeth, artificial gums, shall imitate the
gam and supply the loss of substance.
• It is entirely impossible for these teeth to
change their color, or cause foetid hreath.
He will insert them from one to entire sets, in
such manner that they Will make articulation of
the voice perfect, and materially assist in masti
cation, and so that they cannot'be distinguished
from the most beautiful natural living teeth by :
the most scrutinizing observer.
He also performs all the various operations in
Dental Surgery, according to the late scientific
improvements in the art, ' a ,
F, H. KNAPP, Surgeon Dentist .
N. W. corner of Charles & Faycttp 'streets,
A Drug Store situated in a town in one of the
most fertile sections of Pennsylvania, is offered
for salci To a person of moderate capital, there"
nreJmt few more desirable situations. A House
and Lot will be rented to the purchase^'it re
quired, and.possessiqnthereof given at any timer
For further particulars enquire of the Editors
of the Volunteer.
Januiary;3l, 1839. , 7t.
A new Line of Freight Care
THE subscriber, grateful for past favors, re
spectfully acquaints hisfriemls and the pub
lic, that he into operation on the HAR
RAIL ROAD, a line of new DOUBLE CARS,
which will run regularly between Harrisburg &
r' Philadelphia, by which . Goods and Produce of
all descriptions will be forwarded with care and
despatch, at the lowest rates of freight.
Goods will be received at the WAREHOUSE
of THOMAS J. MAXWELL, N. E. corner of
Uroad and Vine streets, Philadelphia, and for
warded to Harrisburg, Carlisle, Chambersburg,
and intermediate places, and bv the subscriber,
, Harrisburg,- Jan. 31, 1839
STANTLYON H AND. Cash paid for almost
all kinds of country produce.
Burr Manufacturer.
The subscriber wishes to inform his friends
and jhe public that he continues the manufactu
ring of all kinds of nijichinery for Woolen Fac
tories, together with ,
at his old stand in New Cumberland, allof winch*
he will warrant to be made in the best work
manlike manner and of the best materials, and
sell at the lowest prices, upon accommodating
A constant supply of Cards will be kept on
hands, and old machines repaired.
June 21,1838. fy
' POft RBITTi ■
THE subscribers will lease for one or more
years’, their valuable Tan Yard, with all
its appendages. It is one.of the best locations
in Virginia for carrying on the business on an
extensive scale, as there is abundant room and
the materials are ample. A number of the Vats
are undercover, and all the buildings are of the
most suitable kind—besides the grinding of Bark
( which can be got convenient and at fair prices,)
is done by water power.
~ Any quantity v of Hides can be procured m the
in several miles of the place—and there is also
■every facility for getting hides from the. cities,
and sending them to market when tanned, cith
er rby-rail road.or canal. .-There is, likewise,.'*a
demand at this place for a large quantity of
Leather annually by the Government.
Possession'.wAl be given immediately.
For further particulars enquire of’
Harper’s Ferr?, Feb. 7. *839. eowtf
INTENDS residing permanently in Carlisle,
aqd would respectfully offer his-professional
services to the citizens of the place and vicinity.
He has taken rooms at Col. Ferree’s Hotel,
where he may be found at all hours. ,
Parsons requesting it will be waited upon at
their residences.-
. f-Dr. Gmrgi D. Foulke,
Reference,— I 1 ?/' ™f odo ™ M’Jera. _
. > Rev. T/ios. C. Thotnton,
„ , _ ■'-Dr, DavidJV.'Mahon..
Carlisle. Dec. 6. 1838. :
* Clover Seed, for Sale.
JUST received from Ohio,.rand for sale at
the Warehouse of the subscriber In the bor
ough of Carlisle, Also a large Quantity of Tim
othy Seed,- .• . .
December 20, 1898.
?7* e *“ b ®criber furnishes Dentists with his
celebrated Mineral Incorruptible Teeth, which
have been spoken of in the highest terms of com-"
raendation by all who have used them-'and by
numerous men of profound chemical knowledge
'Vhohave examined them. Also, Human Ketht
Gold Foil, 1 in do., Isfc. &c. including every ar
--ticle-ofmater-ial-Used-in-OgntalSni-gcVy Teetlr
gold, »c. sent by mail to any ihrt of the Union
when ordered. F. H.KNA.PP
IVtaySl, 1838. Baltimore stovss.
A SPEJVOID assortment of fancy Frariltiin
and Parlor Stoves, intended for coalbr
wood.- Also, a variety of Cooking StoveSoflhe
most-economical and approved - kind. AVobd
stoves anti other castingsTor-sale.elther-finished
or in the plates, very cheap for cash or approved
country produce. - . _ : ’
-- ‘ Pleis, Pof.uino & TnuDitra,.
Oak Grove Furnace, Get. 4, 1838. tf
* For Morrlsun’a JJuivcrsal Medicines.
. »■ .Agent in the United .Stated, .having beei.,
, dismissed by. the British College of Health, Dr..
George Taylor now of the cUybPNc'w York.
, has been appointed Sole General Agent and Uy-,
gia'Delegatc to the United States'. , ' ; \
The said George Taylor has appoipted A. D.
Olmstcad, of 'Montrohev Susquehanna county,
Pennsylvania,.Sole General jjVgent for the states'
of Maryland and Delaware, and thirty three
counties cast of the Allegheny Mountains, Pehn- |
sylvania; and George C. Hand,' Surgeon Dentist,
• of Allentown, Lehigh county, Pa., General A
gent for four counties in the state of New York,
and seven in the state of New Jersey, to wit:—
Burlington, Cape May, Cumberland, Glouces
ter, Monmouth and Salem, in the stale of New
Gennessec, Livingston, Monroe and
Steuben, in the state of New York.
Hereafter, no person can or will vemPthe ge
nuine Hygeian Medicines within the dis
tricts/excepl by the authority of the said A.D.
Olmstcad and, George C. Hand. All former,
agencies within said districts having terminated
by the removal of H. S. Moat, who is now offer,
mg for sale under tlieficm of : Moat if Pelham,
Medicines of their own manufacture, which will
readily be detected, as such Will not have the
sip nature of A.'D. Olmstcad , G. C, Hand % or
Olmstcad Ktf Hand, on the cover of each box or
The leading principles of tlle llygcian or Mor
isonian theory of Disease, are too favorably and.
generally known to require a minute explanation
in this advertisement.
These .medicines cure all diseases which ad
mit of a cure, and many heretofore deemed in
They may be given with safety to the weak-,
est patient, and under every circumstance' and'
stage of human suffering, and to children of: the
most tender age.
None offered for sale within the aforesaid dis
-trict&.are genuine, unless each box or package
have a fac simile of James Morrison’s signature,
with a sac simile of the signature of George Tay
lor, and also the written signature of A. D. Olm
stead, G. C. Hand,-or Olmstcad if Hand, with
the wriUen signature-Of Sole Agents, when ap
pointed., .
The Pills arc of two kimls—Nd. 1 and No. 3,
sold in boxes with envelopes, at 25 and 50 cents;
apd packages at $1 and 83. Each packet con
tains of about Uyo to one of No 2.
The Powders arc in separate box£s—price 25 l
cents.. - f I
No chemical apothecary or druggist is ever
employed to sell thesq^medicines.
Respectable persons complying with ,thc re
quisitions required may be appointed agents on
liberal terms.
Office and Geherql Depot , JVb. 5 South Front
street, Philadelphia,
A. D. OLMSTEAD, General Agent,
For 33 counties, Pa.; the states of
Maryland and Delaware.
G. C. HAND, General Agent,
For 5 counties,-N. Y., and 7 counties, N. J.
The public is hereby notified that we have
united oii’r business, and hereafter it will bexon
ducted under the firm of Olmstead Hand.
All orders directed to Olmstead & Hand, No,
5 south Fforif street,' Phil adclphlawill receive
prompt attention.
The above medicine is for sale by
CHARLES OGlLBY; Agent for Carlisle,
Sept 20,1838. • ly
FRANCIS GOOD r of the township of New
London, in the county of Chester, nnd.stute
of Pennsylvania, 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 re
quire, in some situations, more than one half the
.expense to ei’ect a Bridge on this plan, and when
built would not be liable to be injured by a fresh*
et, or ‘rise in the stteam; the Bridge being con
structed 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 se
cure. The plan has been submitted to a num
ber of scientific men, who all pronounce it a
great improvement. One on ttyjp plan has been
erected over a branch of Wliitcclay creek, in
the township of Londongrovc, which received
the approbation of a Jury appointed by the court
to view the same. The subscriber having pur
chased the rights of the states of Pennsylvania
west of the Susquehanna, New Hampshire, Vcr
mont. New Jersey, Eastern Shore of Maryland.
North amTSonth Carolina, Indiana, Kcntntky,
Michigan, Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, and
fhe territories of Wisconsin and Florida, will
sell single, township, county, or state rights, to
any person or-pei!son9,-ancL-WjlLgi-ve.Levery_ex-
that may be necessary, at his place of
residence, Kirk's Mills, Lancaster county, Penn
sylvania, or to the Editors of the Volunteer,'
Carlisle, Pa.
September 20, 1838.
We, the Commissioners of Chester county,
having erected a Bridge on the model of Francis
Good’s patent, are decidedlyof the opinion that
it is a very valuable improvement, ■cgmrcialtv for
building over small streams, being much less
expfensivc ip their construction.
■Elijah Lewis, .
J. ‘IV. Passmore,
John Deiiler ,
June 11, 1838.
Interesting, Case Cured,
BENJAMIN BOWN.cornci-ofSliippen and 1
George streets, Philadelphia, was affected
tor seven- years with extreme nervousness, by.
which he was not able to write his name. His
symptoms wefe.eruscation/daUy-spnsmodic pain
in the Head, loss of appetite; palpitation of the
heart, giddiness and.dimness of sight, jilso.Jna
bility of cngaging in. any thing that demanded
•yijjor,oi; couragessjekness of the im
patred appetite;, coldriess and weakness of the
extremities, emaciation - and. extrbtne .debility,
disturbed rest, a sense of pressure dnd weight on
the stomach' after eating; gfeat/mpnlal dSpon-'
dency, severe flying,p.aihs in the chfcst; back and
side. coativeness and,.a dislike for .society and
conversation. Mr,:B, Uas.made trial-of vofious
medicines how before the-public, but tono effect,
until, observing in n public paper soifiexurcb
performed by Ur. William. Evans’s/Camomile
■Tonic and Fnmily Aperient PiHs, he wasindu
ced to; give them a trial-, of which heja any time state that they .effectually cured him
of the. above distressing disease. ’■
Persons who doubt the above .ciire,“ ai-e' mbst
respectfully directedto the above-mention
snn, at the .Nortlitftst' corhev of SHippen and
George streets.,,..... ; ...... Benjamin 80w®..,,
Up. W. Evans’ Camomile- Pills;
F FEMALES whoar'edaily troubled wjtli that
-distresdng dißease, Sick Headache, Which
rnn t h ) J s rff e rP e! l? ean<l hap t , ' IIeSS ° f thousands,
can be effectually- cured; by .using Dr.;Evans’
Camomile Tonic and Family Aperient iPills,—
Vide other medical advertisements. - “ -
W§> 0* taw p(u n t t t t*
. TO i
FOR thq removing a general pre
judice that prevails against the Homoeopa
,me practicfe of.medicine, as welli,as ti> give a
/uietus to tli e.un/puhdcd reports of .some inter
‘sted individuals concerning "it, -the subscriber
hinks it necessary, to present to the public the
■allowing voluntary certificates, of cures perfor
med by him, from persons of respectability, long
unown in the borough'of Carlisle.' Persons siih
darly afflicted may have their complaints as well
prejudices removed, fiy calling on F.
EHRMAN, Homoeopathic Physician, E. Main
: '
December 27, 1838.
Of the Ifpmccopalhic, over the old practice
of Medicine fairly established.
SJOMETXME the last of August. A. D. 1837,
K 5 a small protuberance appeared on my face
near my left eye: 1 thought it was wbatis called
a blind boil,and treated itaccordingly. . Several
days oiftcr it lirsthppcared, if was examined by
.a physician of tfiTs plade, who pronounced it a
'CANCER, and,directed me to apply a lunar
caustic, which I did tor two or three weeks, but
found no lielp from it. I also applied other rem
edies to no better effect, after which. I was di-
rected to use caustic potash, but all to no pur
pose.. The last proposed remedy created a sore
about the size of a quarter of a dollar, and a co
pious discharge. : It Was again examined-by a
medical doctor, and thought by him to' be suffi
ciently burned by. the caustic, and ho advised me
to apply some healing salve. I did so, and as it
healed, the cancer was more visible than at first;
and by the time the spre war healed, or nearly
so—for it never was fully healed from its first
appearance, until healed in the way hereafter
stated. At thisi time there was a head appeared,
on thd surface, about the size of a five penny bit,
with d shooting pain and a crawling Sensation in
it. -
Having been acquainted Xorseveral years with
Mr, Asa F.Smith, generatly"known in this neigh
borhood, by-the mime ot the Indian Doctor» and
having seen him during the time 1 Avas applying
the remedies above staled, I asked his opinion.
He said, he feared they would not effect a cure;
that he had cured many, and was perfectly ac
quainted with them in all their stages and vari
ety. After I had found those remedies which 1
had been using, ineffectual, I,applied to the said
Ml . Smith; he applied a plaster, with a small
quantity of powder, much larger than the tumor,
which was exceedingly painful. He gave me
a phial of thfc powder, and the composition of
the plaster, with directions how to use them.—
It will be observed that the plaster was only for
the purpose of sticking and keeping the air from
the wound—Hit powder was intended to have
effect bn the cancer—and an effect it had, in-;
deed, for it burned similar to red hot iron. "The
application of which I continued for about 38
days, during which time my sufferings were ex
treme, beyond description. Indeed, it ifow ap
pears astonishing to me how I bore up under it
so long. In the course ofthis application, there
wore several pieces of this cancer taken out; but
after taking out a.piece in one place and then
goingi to another for the same purpose, by the
time I had succeeded in taking that out another
one appeared in the place whence .the former
one had been removed, until I had taken out
three pieces in the same place in succession, and
more still appeared in thtf same place, liy'lhc
sufferings I endured from thc applicaUoa of
IKq oqIJ pouxlair X wnc jlMluoad ,4-
■The day on which I ceased the application of it
I was informed that Dr. Frederick Ehrman
professed to be skilled in the cure of cancers:
this was sometime in DcceipberlB37, to the best
of my recollection. I called on the doctor that
evening. The next day he called to sec me, and
gave me medicine, which was used inwardly.—
He would not allow any outward application,
excepting daj~lint —and to my astonishment,
there was no further discharge from the wound,
more than barely saturated tbe small quantity of
lint, which was only sufficient to cover it. After
I hud taken his prescription for three or lour
days, I.found by the sehsation in the other side
of my face, that it was as highly charged with
the cancer as was the side I had made the ap.
plication of tfie powder to, aforesaid, and that it
had also got down over my under jaw into the
glands of my nerb. , 1 also found a cancerous
sensation, on the inside of my right arm. between
the wrist and elbow, and another in the fleshy
part ot my right thigh, and also'in othcr parts of
my body. ■The.sensation was so well known by
me, having experienced so much of it, I could
not have been mistaken. Aftei'taking Dr. Ehr
man’s prescription two hr three days, I observed
Rchaiige-iri-nll those ufiected-partsy 'above
med, and more particularly in the wound which
was opened by the former application, which,
now began to heal. I think it wasnot more than'
two or three weeks from the time Dr. Eiirman
made the first application" until my face "was
healed completely oVer, and .has continued so
ever since, and appears to be sound. ■
From'the foregoing facts I feelitTi duty I owe
to Dr. and to the public at large, to
ceitify that he fully removed the ca-ncer
from. my.system, by bis prescription, and that
he not only cured, me of the cancer, but has par
tially removed a disposition which I had long
felt of a dyspeptic affection,'anllalso some unn.
ary. obstruction, so that I fool more whole and
sound in body than I have for several years past.
Given under my hand at Carlisle, county of Cum
betlnnd,,arid state pf.Pcnnsylvania, the IStli day
of lB3B,
of 20 years standing citred by Homoeopathic
I do certify that I have been afflicted withdys
pepsia for the time abovementioned, and for the
last five years very severely, attended with a
burning, aching and beating in the stomach, and
occasionally with stitches and vomiting. I could
not relish strong diet ofany.kind, and was gen
erally of.acostive habit. D.uring’rny.; long ill
ness. I employed nine different physicians, at
different times, ip the hope of getting some re
lief,if not entirely cured; but all was in vain
At length I heard-of different astonishing cures
perforined-by Df. Frederick Homoe
opathic-Physician, and I- employed’him asithe
tenth, but withont-rauch hope; He gave me
some pleasant medicine and continued it-four or
five weeks, when I .felt great relief, arid in a very
short time afterwards I was completely‘cured;
and for nearly 'aryear since IhnVe enjoyed a good
state of health, without the least symptom of that
disagreeable!; complaint returning, ’ .1' -would
UiereXerejfecommendtpliosq afflicted with sim
ilar or other, applica
tion to Dr.pEhrman, whose medicine,is rint only
pleasant to the taste, but seldom' or never' fails
ifi ■ affording relief; - "Moreover,the Doctor’s
charge is uncommonly moderatef. Witness- my
signature ut ,Carlisle, the firstday of November
• .ev'.-I* v Ifarioverat
, >
; TO THE PUBLIC. ' ' :
EfirmiiriV Homoeopathic Physician, of Carlisle,
cured me of the following complaints, to wit—;
In tlie abtumn ofaaST' I was afflicted with a vio
lent attack of dysentery; and I applied tb-and
was attended by one of bur most eminent
j physicians with But little sftccdss; Sometime
jafter I was afflicted with whattis generally .'ter
med inflammatory rheumhtism, and the pains I
suffered were excruciating, particularly in my
joints. 1 was attended by the "saYne eminent
, physician, and acute were my pains, that
laudanum'was copiously administered to lull me
and ease my. sufferings—it afforded but a tempo
rary reliefs niy joints were swelled and stiff, my
right arm And hand'were powerless—l could
not move finger. I had the white swelling in
my right knee, and my anklo joint was swelled
and stiff*. I had a cough .with purulent expecto
ration, accompanied with the dysentery. .In fact
I was left byMhe different diseases, and the treat-!
mcht prescribed, a living skeleton,.almost with
out any hope of relief. One of my neighbors
Who visited me abrint this time, advised me to
call on Dr. Frederick Ehrman, and I did so, on
the principle that a drowning man would catch
at straws; or, in other words, I was willing to
try any thing to get relief from the miseries I
was laboring under, and contrary to my expec
tation, as well as all who saw me, I soon found a
general relief—my pains removed, and my flesh*
and health, increased by Dr. Ehrman’s treat
ment, and from that time I enjoyed and now en
joy a better state of health than before I was afs
flictcd. Ido therefore, with confidence rccom*
mend to those suffering under similar afflictions,
to call upon Dr. Ehrman, in Carlisle, (the soon
er the better, alter they become afflicted) under
a firm belief that they will be soon relieved and
restored to their usual if not better health, than
before they were afflicted, without the use of the
lancet , or the disagreeable and painful operation
of blistering or uncommon restriction of diet.—
His medicine is pjensapt but powerful, and Is
always attended with beneficial consequences.—
Given under my hand at Carlisle the 15th day of
November, A. D. 1838. E. ZERMAIn. ’
In the fall of the year 1837,1 was afflicted with
a bad cold, which brought on a severe cough.— !
-Hor-about-t-wo--months- it increased^more'‘*and'|
more, though I tried every means to gqt relief. I
I then employed one of our.most eminent physi- 1
clans, but still got worse and worse; at length 11
was confined to bed, and every movement of my 1
body brought on the cough so severely that I 4
thought ftnust die*' I cannot describe the suf*.
ferings I felt from the pain in my breast, nor the
quantity, of putrid matter I discharged when
coughing—it appeared that my whole inside
would be spit puV. I was reduced to a skeleton.
About this time some of my friends came to sec
me and related some cures qf similarcomplaints !
performed by Dr. Rbrman, and strongly .urged !
me to give him atrial. I had heard of them 1
beforehand consented, without any hope howev*!
er of recovering.’ But, contrary to the
talion of my frit nds, as well as myself, I was,by
his treatment, soon leave my bed and at
tend to as usual, which I believe I
never would have done, hut for his medical treat*
ment; and my strength speedily returned. From
that time I have cVijoyed better health than I
had done for several years before. Now, I would
say to those similarly afflicted,and-to the public
at large, that my firm belief is. if it had not been
for the treatment of Dr. Frederick Ehrrpan, on j
the Homoeopathic principle of medical practice,
I would now have been numbered with the dead,
instead of giving this information for the benefit
of the public, which I consider it my duty to do.
Given under my hand at Carlisle, the 7th day of
December, 1838. . JOHN COUNMAN,
TO DR. WM. EVANS—Respected friend:
.1 am tlmi I can return my
sincere thanks to yon, who have been the cause
of my being restored to jierfcct health . For five
months past 1 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 ex
cellent quality of yoiir Camomile Pills, I at last
determined to make trial of them; although not
without considerable opposition from my physi
cian and family. At last seeing my determina
tion they argecd to the trial; and upon using the
third package I was .altogether restored to
health, How can I express my gratitude and
sincere regard for such a saviour of. human
frames? fifty case was altogether hopeless, ami
I must confess myself surprised at the extraor
dinary result. No people were evermore bless
ed than we are with such.remedics. The many
quack advertisements which appear in the pa
pers which I received from your.., city, deterred'
me from u«ring your pills before I did. lean
truly say that no medicine in the known world
has had such gneficial effect be as your Camo
mile and Aperient Pills. What- makes the cure
more extraordinary is that I am more than forty
years of age, and for the last four years could
Just movcjibout, and only at short intervals. I
am at present entirely recovered, and my hopes
is?rc that you may enjoy a long and prosperous
ttifc. If I am spared, 1 will almost certainly
come to Philadelphia to sec you. - - .
• If mynnmc ancHctter will be of any-service'
to yourynu are at perfect liberty to make use of
them, and all I can do to aid you will bealone
with unbounded pleasure. '
Your m6st truly grateful and humble serv’t,
William Johnson.
Sept 6, 183,3.
MORE PROOFS of the efficacy of Ur. W.
Evans’ Camomile Tonic, and Family A
penciit Hills.—Mr. Joshua Swain, Cape May
county, N. J., effectually restored to health from
the following distressing s'yniptoms;—-Extreme
debility, attended witlrconstant pain in the side,
back and limbs, giddiness and dimness of sight;
sickness at the stomach,'impaired-appetite; dll
- 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; costiycness, and other symp
toms not necessary to enumerate, Mrs. Swain,
.wife of the--aforesaid--Mr. Swain, has also been
restored to health by the above invaluable medi
cines. Hersymptbms 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 dec
laration are, that others afflicted, with like symp
toms may receive, information of, and be cured
by the same inestimable medicine.
For sale at the-Herald Office, Carlisle.
Sept 6, 1838. . ’
H jK- WM, EVANS’ Camomile "Pills liave
IJLF proved :to be the iriostusefnl medicine now
in eradicating all the diseases
connected with the female sex,. Oneo'fthe most
dangerous epochs to females is at the Change of
which \vill so Invigorate ftiVir mind,and strength
en, their constitutions^-as' them to
withstand the^hocfc^lyadies f who are in a deli*
cate state, are.often;lrousle.d with sickness, such
as vomiting, heart Burn, Head ache., tooth achey
; hysterics, an'dother.troublcsdmesymplom?,frdm
; whichTUcy will.find themselves; by ta
king,Dr. - Evans* Camomile Pills, which remove
disorders m.the. head,., invigprate the. mind*
strertgthen the body, improvathe.m.cmojV,* and i
i:nliven^hci)u^inatlon. v
to keep the bowels open with.EvunV Fhmily A
penentrAiitUbilious Pills. For sale at,the\ ," ;
. ■<. .’* H.iißAiiD.OfFicE, Carlisle' and by
S* Wilson* Go..Sliippensburg.
Carlisle, Sept 6,. 1838. y “ ’' - b
Georgetown, D. C. June 28, 1838,
* H E A JL T H.
Wc knorJ that health; and the ability to labor
' is the wealth of the great mass of (he people in
I this as in most other countries. To.preserve y
1 therefore , that J\ r A 7 UIlAh means, is
' a grand moral and political 'schcme t to JttlJil
whirh requires our -Utmost attention.
THE unparalleled reputation which Peters*
Pills have acquired asa Medical Restorative,
■ is the most unquestionable proof that can he gi
-1 ven of their immepse importance to the afflicted,
1 in almost every class of diseases. The number
of letters received from patients recovering thro*
their means is really prodigious, and tlie com
plaints which they have cured are almost as va
ried as they are numerous.. lint still there are
some in which they are more especially benefi
. oiaF-than-in-others; and among those may be
named the too often fatal complaints of the sto
mach and bowels, such as Cholic, Flatulence,
and Indigestion, for which they arc not only a
certain but an immediate cure.
It is well known that from the disarrangement
of the stomach nhd bowels, arise nine tenths of
all thcTmaladies of adult.and declining life; that
this is the foundation of Flatulency, Spasmodic
Pains, Indigestion, Loss of Apctite &c., and that
those in their turn give birth to Dropsy, Liver
Cnmplant, Consumption, and habitual lowness of
spirits; therefore Peters* Pills being "the verv
best medicine which has ever been discovered
for the incipient diseases of the intestines, are
necessarily the surest preventives of those dread
ful, and also general disorders, which embitter
mature life, and drag so many millions to un
timely graves.
In speaking thus Dr. Peters arrogates nothing
toifimsclf that has not been conceded by the
public. Hcis noneedy qnack ornnknnwn spec-
Hiltttorr~whtrcnmcs“hcfore the-workl-as- his-own- •
j hcrald r and witness, but is placed in a nesponsi
j bility of situation by the patronage, which he has
i enjoyed for years, and which is increasing to an
i extent unprecedented in the annals of medicine,
that makes him careful to arrest nothing which
is not borne out by the most infalible proof, and
hciice he docs not fear to be put tpthe test in any
thing which he has promised respecting his Pills.
Dr.. Peters is most happy to be able to state,*
on the authority of a great number of regular
I physicians, that wherever his Vegetable Pills
! have been introduced,-- they have.almost.super
ceded the adoption .of mercurial experiment's,
for their peculiar (acuity in sweetening the blood,
i and stimulating it to expel all noxious juices, and
in giving strength and tone to the nerves, pre
vents disease trom acquiring that strength which
must be got under, if at all, by dangerous reme
dies. ■ ' '
D. 129 Liberty street, New. York'.- Each box
contains 40 pills; price 50'cents.
These celebrated Pills aresoldby all the prin
cipal Druggists in Baltimore,Philadelphia,Wash
ington citVr and[throughout the United-. States,
the Canadas,.Texas, Mexico, and the West In
dies, and bv.
JOHN J. MYERS, Carlisle.
S. WILSON & Co., Sbippensburg,
GEO'. GARLIN, Chambersburg,
ALEX’R SPEER, Mercersburg, •*
December 6,1838. • 3y
: 11VE NOS LRU MS.—7*he united test!-
: niuny of physicians throughout the United States
1 lias fully proved the fact that Veters’ Vegetable
i Rills arc the only true Vegetable Rills which will
• Hand tlic test of analyzation; hence the proprie
: tor would most earnestly urge them to the notice
;of those who have been in the habit-of using, as
cathartics nr aperients, the destructive and irri
tating quack pills so generally advertised, and
: which are at best but Alow consumers of the vital
i functions, and murderous agents, even to the
I most hale. It is true, most of them produce a
purgative effect, ahd sometimes transient relief:
but in most cases they injure the digestive or
gans, and an habitual resort to them must ter
minate in confirmed-dyspepsia.
It is true that cathartic andaperient medicines
. are often required, but the nicest discrimination
, should always bc'nbscrvcd .tribe selection-; and,
if this be done, nothing injurious can result from
their use.
To produce this much desired result, Dr. Pe
ters has made it his study for several years and
feels proud ttrsay he has succeeded at length far
beyond lira-expectations. The object of his pills
is to supercede the necessity of a frequent rc
ourse to injurious purgatives, and to-offer a me
dicine safe, certain,and pleasant in its operation.
Prepared by Jos. Priestly Peters, M. D. No.
129 Liberty street,-New.Yorkr- Each box con
-ctaios-40rpUls. Price 5Q cents. For sale'by J.
J. Myers, and S. Elliott, "Carlisle,-' and Samuel
Wilson & Co. Shippensburg. Dec. 6.
Peters’ Vegetable Pills.
MORE than three millions of boxes of these
celebrated pills have been sold in the U.
States since January, IS3S.
Hundreds arid thousands bless the day they
became acquainted'with Peters’ Vegetable Pitts,
which in consequence of their extraordinary
goodness,, have attained, a popularity unprece
dented in the history of medipine. ,
When taken.according .to' the directions ac
companying them, they are highly beneficial in
the prev?iition arid cure of Bilious Fever, Fever
and Ague, Dyspepsia,’Liver' 'Complaints, Sick
Headach; Jaundice, Asthma, Dropsy, Rheuma
tism, Enlargement of the Spleen, Piles,'Cholic,
Female Obstructions, Heart Burn, Nansen,
Furred .Tongue, Distension, of the'Stomach arid
Bowels, Incipient Diarrhoea, Flatulence, Hab
itual Costiveness, Loss of Apetite, ‘ Blotched or
Sallow Complexion, and in all cases of Torpor
of the Bowels, Avhece a cathartic or an- aperient
is needed. . They .are exceedingly mild in' their
operation, producing neither riausea.gripingnor
debility. v
The efficacy of these Pills is so well kr.own,-
and their rise so general, that further comment
is considered - unnecessary. - .. Dec. 6.
Ifendathc, Side mul JUftnrvous.
THOSE who hive suffered,, ahdarc weary of
suffering from these distressing' complaints',
will find in Peters’ Ve.gclq.ble Pills a-remedy at
once certain, and immediate in its,effects. ~
In Dys/ic/isia they stand unrivalled; many have
been cured in a few weeks after having suffered
under this dreadful complaint'for years.
pefiorto any Vegetable Pills ever yet' discover
ed, and.besides this they are recommended by
allthe.eminent and-leadirig members of the mee
dicabFaculty, :
; above.; ■ f
For ming Hu Peters' Celebrated : Vegetable
\’ r ;, pills. :•.
I'. Because tlup'areexr-ccdini’lypopular,
which proves thorn to bc exoeedinply tpKitJ;
•2. Because they are.composed,’of simples
which have thepovverttxclo'good in animmense
numbcr'of caseß/withaut'.iioss'tfssijig the means
to do injury in any.' >
3 Because they are not a quack,medicine,but
the scientific •compound of n regular physician'
who has made his profession the study of his life’
4 Because they are norunpleasant to take nor
distressing to retain,' while they are most effect
ive to operate. ,i
5 Because they arorecommended asstandard
medicine by the regular faculty. ; -
G Because by keeping the system in a natural
state of action, they,-cure; al/nost * every diseas#
W y'n 5 *"■*»«'«• 10 *l ,c Human frame.
7 Because they are cheap and portable, and
will retain all their virtues in full vigor, in any
climate; and for any lengtli of fimejx
„.i c T aus c, notwithstanding .their simplicity
and mildness, they arc one of the' speediest pur-
B! 'o ,V ri r,lCdlCln V s has yet been discovered.
9 Because they arc an unfailing remedy for
procuring a good appetite. b .
10 Because in cases of spleen or despondence
by their healthy iiiflucncc oh the excited state of
the body, they have a most happy c ff cct
aiming, and invigorating the mind.
11 Because they < (feet their cures without
the usual attendants of other pills, sickness ami
12 Because as well as being an unrivalled
purifier of the general system, they are a sover
eign remedy for sick head-ache.
13 Because they differ Irorn the majority of
medicines, in the fact that the more they are
known the more they are approved.
14 Because as their application 'creates no
debility in the system, they may be taken with,
out producing any hindrance to business or the
usual pursuits of every day life.
15 Because when once introduced irto a fam
ily, or a village, they almost immediately take
the precedence of all other medicines in general
complaints. .
16 Because a numbcr n of the wonderful ernes
they have effected, can be substantiated without
any undue means being resorted -to_, to procure
invalid testimonies. *
17 Because their composition is such, that
■thgy_arc_enually applicable to the usual diseases
of warm, cold, or temperate climates."
18 Because two or I lircc, are in general Suf
ficient for a dose—so that, qs is the case'with
the generality of patent medicines—the patient
is not Compelled to make a meal of them.
19 Because each individual pill is put up un
der the Immediate superintendence of the pro
prietor, so that no mistake in the composition or
quantity can possibly occur through the care
lessness of a less interested agent.
20 Because they purify, the Iramc without
debilitating thy system. .
21 Because, notwithstanding their immense
popularity, no person has ever ventured to raise
against them the breath of censure, which would
not have been the case, if envy could have dis
covered in them a single flaw to cavil at
22 Because—(and this fact is of the utmost
importance)—ladies in a ceyaain -situation may
lake them, (nbt more than two or three at a
time however!) without in the slightest degree
incurring the hazard of abortion.. Were the
virtues of Peters’ inestimable pills, confined to
this desirable.cnd alone, it would give- them a
decided advantage over the medicines of all com
petitors, ns in no cases is there more danger to
be apprehended, or for which so few have been
discovered, as the one referred to.
23 Because while they are so efficient in their
operations with adults they may at the same time?
be administered to children and even to infants,
in small quantities, half a pill for instance, with
out the slightest danger.
24 Because their virtues are acknowledged
to stqnd pre-eminent, for their soothing influence
iipontyoung ladies while suffering from the usual
changes of life, as directed by the laws of Nh
turc - ‘ ‘ ' Dec. 6.
Cured hy Dr. Wm. Evans’ Chamomile Tonic
and A/ierient Pills.
MKS. LY ILE, Mount Joy, Lancaster co.
l a, completely restored to health, hy Dr.
Evans Chamomile Pills. Her symptoms were,
great pain in her right side, could not He on her
lett without an aggravntioirof the pain, disturbed
rest. Extreme debility, pains in the head, loss
oi appetite, palpitation of the heart, giddiness
and dimness of sight, langor, with other symp
toms indicating great derangement 5n tlie func
tions of the liver. Miss Lytle, daughter of the
aforesaid Mrs. Lytle, lias also been restored to
perfect-health, by the same invaluable medicine.
Her symptoms were extreme nervousness, at
tended with severe pain in hertside, sickness on
the stomach, eructions, Bcc. Mrs. Lytle, has
the pleasure of informing the public, that nu
merous cases similar to her own. (in her vicini
ty) have been restored to Health by the same
invaluable medicine. General Office for the
sale of Dr. Wm. Evans* Chamomile Tonic Pills
is at No. 19 North. Eighth st. Philadelphia, a
few doors above Market. • •
cnse of Dyspepsia
and Ktypocondriacism,
Cured hy Dr. -Evans’ Chamomile Tonic and
. Family Aperient Pills. ‘
Mrs. Good, of Mount Joy, Lancaster co. was
altectcd for 7 years -with the above distressing
symptoms of which she was confiined to her bed
tor 9 months. Her symptoms were, depression
ol spirits, sickness at the stomach, head ache,
impaired, appetite,great pressure and weight at
the stomach after-eating, great mental despon
dency, flying pains in the chest, back and sides,
costiveness, emaciation, coldness and weakness
of the extremities, a dislike for society or con
versatlon, involuntary sighing and weeping, and
langor and lassitude upon the least exercise.—
Mrs. Good was in the most desperate situation,
and could obtain no relief until.she was advised
by her neighbors to make trial of Dr. Evans’
Chamomile Pills; ofvyhich site is happy to state
that she is now enjoying-nll tile blessings of per
feet health. Persons desirous of further infor
mation will be satisfied of every pnrlicnlar of her
astonishing enre, by applying at 19 North Eighth
street, Philadelphia, or at her residence. .
The above, medicine js for sale by ■
Hc-i'ald,Office, Carlisle 1 ;
Demult iSt Bumgardncr, York-. .
Sept 6, 18.18. . Agents.'
NEW ',
The subscriber rcspecfriiiiyinfornjshis friends
and the |>pblic in general, tliat he has.opcn
ed a-FLOUR and FEED S TORE at his old
stand,,(cprner of Lputher, and Bedford, )-wberc
he intends keepingdSr.shlerl C • . ..
by the barrel or smaller -quantity,, 1 Buckwheat
and Com, Meat, Chofi_ ani. Bran,. Com f Rye £4
Oats-, all.of which he intends keeping constantly
on-hand,nnd~hnpesttrTeceive'a , sha‘re _ ofthe
public patronage,",,“ 1“, , *' -
Hc'hasnlso oh hntrd a few buSliels-bf Shring
Wheat, fog seed, which he oflers for sale. .
Jhn. 24, 1839. ' ' tf
P- stilTcontinues to carry oh ; the Sil* \
ver P/oling at'thc old Stand, and has constantly
on hand a good assortment of plated .Saddlery,
.stich as Stirrups, Bitts,. Harness'-mounting. and . - work- Plating for Coach -Mahers done —-—
m the[best manner apd with despatch.
, Dec. 6.
■ Chalices arid Ifloustin Be .SaiVM '
A fine assortment very low, at 1
, ; F' Arnold a'Qift