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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Green ' s Oxygenated Bitters. A SOVEREIGN remedy for Dyspepsia, in manv forms ; such as pain in the stomach, Heartburn, habitual Costiveness, Acid .Stomach, Headache, loss of appetite.; also, Piles, night sweats. Incipient Consumption and Asthma, attended with derangement of the stomach. This medicine has been used by the Proprietor seven years with wonderful success. Noneto his knowledge, troubled with the above mentioned diseaseswho have given it a fair trial have failed to receive benefit; while many have been raised almost from the borders of the grave. The certificates in our possession, and which we present to the public, cannot be questioned ; Washington, D. C, June 10,1S46. Having made use of the '' Oxygenated Hitters,'" prepared by Dr. Geo. B. Green, of Windsor, Vt., and from knowledge obtained of their efficacy in other cases, we cheerfully recommend them to the public, believing that they will fully sustain the recommendation of the Proprietor. We hope that this val...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

ClicKencr' N Veffolulilo IMirgatiev IMUn, .4 UK tho first nnd only iiiudiciuc over discovered /\ that will positively cure Headache, (liddinens, Piles, Dyspepsia, Scurvy, Smallpox, Jaundice, Pains in the Back, Inward Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart, Rising in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fevers of all kinds, Female Complaints,Measles, Salt Rheum, Heart-Burn, Worms, Cholera Mortnis, Coughs, Quinsy, Whooping cough, Consumption, Fits, LivcrCoinplaint, Erysipelas, Deafness, I tellings of the Skin, Colds, Nervous Complaints, ami a variety of other Diseases arising from impurities of Indigestion. It has been proved that nearly every disease to which the human frame is subject, originates from impurities of the Blood fir Derangements of the Digestive Organs; and to secure Health, we must remove those obstructions or restore the Blood to its natural state. This fact is universally known ; but people have such an aversion to medicine, that, unless the case is urgent, they prefer the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

All nftlir following articleswhich havr nhtainnt 1//1-bountled popularity are nold by JAMES SMITH, tin' only Agent fur the genuine nrtirtrn in the city of [Mtwantrr, and county of Lancaster. HF.MEMHFU T1I1H AM) UVV ONLY OF II1HI. AN iiniH|iiiin<><rrt!iiiml y, nnd an Aliiuuiiic for IH IS gratirt. 1 Mt—l-'or colils and U-vrriHli fenlingn, mul prcvuutinK ft»vc»ri*. 2il-^l( 'or Anthina, Liver [Complaint, and liilioiiH AlFoctiniiH. 3d—For Iii.trhcoa, Indigestion, nnd Loss of Apnolit?,, 4th—For Costivenpss in females and. males. 5th—For Stomacli affections, Dyspepsia and Piles, The £re;it points arc, it is not bad to take, never givori pnin, and never leaves one costive ! ! ' For-all these thinps it is warranted unequalled, and all who (Jo not tind it so may return tlie bottle ami get their money. This medicine IbLONGLEY'S GREAT WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA. Fuller description in an Almanac for 1S48, gratis. Balm or Columbia Hair Tonic.—To the bald and grey—If you wish ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

To HoiiNcltccpcrN. fflHE MibicriunrH Invite purchanerH of all or any "X kindB of DRY GOODS rmjuirml in hmiHokocpinffto call and cxanilnn their Htock which in confined oxclunlvoly to tho so article**, cmiipriNinp In part all kinds of Linnn and Cotton NhnntinRH, Quilts, Hlnnketa, Uumimk Tnhln Cloths am! Niipklim, TowelingR f TickliiRM, Table nnd PinnoCnvorH, Furuitttrr, DimTticie nnd ChintzoH, embroidered and low priced Curtain Mualinn, Worked Dnmnnk ami MonumH, Domestic'MiiHliim, &c, &c, together with 11 htrtfn , stock of nil kinds of Flnnnalx, and tlin boNt KtyloH of Irish Linnn, which thoy import diract from ' tlit) most colobrated btaachnrs, Hy excluding Drt'MH Goods irom thoir bttshiRHH, they nra rclitivctl from tho necessity of-nsking high pricos at the commoncelnont oftho season to componnatn for Ioshoh consok quont upon cliangos of fashion as tho * seniun advances, and will sell at tho lowest possible? grade of profits as the surost means of extending the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

PWIadelpwa A^rtl-WmeBta, V.^Uufti^ aodii, Tmbd ABSttWBTOT &n '-'-. ' .: /nt-^**- - j; ¦•¦_->,--'-y ' ? " -. :-- i •-¦ i '-t-rv..i .^..>.-.. ¦ . - ....-. .; . 3- ;:; ^M^jmib,?**^ l& «%F&ia^: ' : ' ¦:. ' - ¦ -<f ii: A- m*..B.: tU-- ja0aa0fM 3 "¦ - " ,¦ '¦ -\TtfJiKHt AIB. FURNACE and Cooking Range Vy. MaiHiaettn^, No.' 82 North Sixth street; FhBsdeipIiia:r ffivmg ptucfaiied from tKe AmericsnAsaignfeeioniie Patent Domestic Gas Apparattt«j 1MBTights (bribe States of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland) informs his friend! and the piftlicj fhatlie 18 now ready to fornish them with StoV^rs '-fitted up for the phrpoBe, by whibh eveW per«on can manufacture his own Gas with but triflln^^pensefl over the ontlay, 'The construction bf thiS'jjiparatns issued thst it may be attached to Stofijv already in ase ; also* to Cooking Ranges, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or in any situation where fire or light is required. To manufactories, hotels, chWches, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

diaries Stok.es, Globe Hall of " Fasalon. NO. 296 Market Street, Philadelphia. Clothing —a necessary and useful article, it well becomes every one who buys it, before purchasing, to look and sec where it can be bought the cheapest. I am satisfied, (and reader you will be) if you favor me with a call and look over my stock of goods-, you will not only buy yourself, but tell your friends where cheap clothing can be had and they will do the same. If you come to tlie Globe Hall of Fashion, and do not find goods twenty per cent cheaper than any store in the city, I think you will say that Genfcral Taylor never whipped the Mexican* t 1 think ho never do no anything clue. KT A fall stock of Clothing .-suited fur the countj tradd, which the merchants trntl others ttrc parculsrly Invited to examine. (JUARMM STOKMS. Glbba Hall of Fuuhluu, 290 Murknt 'A Aimr* In-Jow Ninth. ^ -Plilla.&ug. 31, 1K47. » 31-ilm«. Cheap WnUJiim ami Jewelry. AT tho " Phllndolnlilu Wiitth timl Jciw- (£...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Tlie Trial of Christ. riiHIS grand and imposing Exhibition of Statuary, J_ representing the trial of our Siiviour before Pontius Pilate, in ti group of 23 figures the size of lilb, Hplcudiclly drcHKed in appropriate costume, is now open for exhibition at the MUSEUM. Mr. LiukIih l;ikftn pi ensures in nnuotincina to tho public, tlilit tlitH beautiful group lm« ltnd his whuln attentiontiiffritluir with thnt of Hornral of thn moot talcnlfd artist>t fnr noino months nnut; and ho flatturn hiiimdt' .tlint for corrrctnoHH ol oxprnnHion, combined with truthful acc-unicy, it will, far excel nny tli iny nl' the kirn! v.vv.r ttxhihitml hnrc. Thin Hpli-iiilid group in thn production of a celebrated artlnt, and. in intended to rcprcHont that moment in tho Trial of our Saviour, when Culnnlmn Kiiyti tn him, «* 1 adjurn thc« hv tlia living fJod ' tnitt' thou tulViis wliothnr than lit) ChriHttlinKon ofCJod."- Jcsurt niiKwurii, "Thou hunt miid: novurlhulcsa 1 nay unto you, hitmilW nhall y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

REMOVAL. JUNGERICH & SMITH, Wholesale Grocers, No. 223 Market streetnorth side, between ¦5th and 6th streets, first door below 6th. Having removed front the old f»tand,No. 12 Decatur street, to the-spaciouB house, No. 223 Market street, they tender their grateful acknowledgements to their kind friends in the city and county of Lancaster, for the very liberal patronage they have enjoyed. The new location affording them many facilities not previously possessed, enables them to offer to Merchants and dealers additional inducements to give them a call in their new place. Their stock is heavy and has' been selected with great care, thfcy are enabled to sell on the lowest possible terms. To all country produce entrusted to'them, they will devote their attention and make speedy returns. September 1, 1S47. 18-ly To House Keepers.—10,000 Pounds _ Feathers, ?-/COMPRISING all qualities, from 12J cents up. Vy'Curled Hair and Mosb in lots to suit purchasers. Beather Beds, Bolster...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Umbrellas, Parasols, Parasolettes, antTWalkiiig Cane Umbrellas. "1TTILLIAM H..RICHARDSON, Steam Factory, ' TV . ili^only one in the United States, No. 104 Marke 1 Etcret, Philadelphia. Merchants are re-¦pectfu. .} informed, that j continue to manufacture all tho aDove goods, by the aid of steam, notwithstanding the great opposition of parties opposed to the introduction of expensive improvements. My assortment is complete, and prices so low, as to give entire satisfaction. ¦ $S~ As there is an Umbrella Store next door, of nearly the same rnimo, it is important you should remember WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON, Steam Factory, a»d patentee of the Walking Cane Umbrella, sign of the Lady and Eagle, No. 104 Market street, Philadelphia. 9£r Attention is requested to the celebrated Walking Cane Umbrella, a neat and beautiful articlecombining all tho advantages of a Cane n.nd Umbrella. . [Feb. S. 6m-2 Cheap Watches, Silver Ware, and Jewelry. ' Q*^ T7ULL J&svelled Gold Patent Levers,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

M. A. Root's Gallery of Daguerreotypes. ! NO. 140 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Now is the time! Those who visit the city during the Christmas and New Year ' s holidays should not fail to visit the splendid Portrait Gallery of M. A. Root, 140 Chestnut street. There is no charge for this interesting and beautiful exhibition, and the likenesses made by Mr; Root's newly improved Daguerreotype process are decidedly the most accurate and life-like ever taken, haying been awarded premiums in the principal cities, and in New York at the last exhibition of the American Institute, the first medal for the best Daguerreotypes, over all competition. ¦ While the pictures are such rich and perfect gems of artour prices are the lowest possible with good materials. Visitors should not neglect the opportunity of securing portraits of the best quality—-for such only will not fade. Prices $1 50, $2 00, $2 50, $3.00/84 00, $5 00 $? 00, 810 00and upwards to $50 00, varying with the size and sty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

' ' - **-i'.-5>-r-«- * »'.s | *V»^lr#.-t*WSSfvW -. " , Candelabra* surt «lr suidole*. Gat Fixtmc* rl>9ott!$ Patent Pine Oil J&«3p«,jSafar [ ' •:.. :. Lard Lamps. ' ,'.. . .i - - Tl TAIfUFACTURED by M. B.Dyott & Kent, No. lfJL 64 Sonth Second street, PbiladelphiaH-who would iiiTite the attention of those interested, to examine Dyott'e Patent Improved Pine Oil Limps. Their construction i« superior, their arrangement more simple, and embrace improvements possessed by no other Lamps. The cart of burning will not exceed one half the expense of any other ilight, whilst they: produce a more brilliant and steady light than gas. Their construction is such that the wick is supplied with Oil by a feeder, whep it is short; so that they can be burnt dry, and thus keep the Oil always pare and the lamp clean. Their management is so easy that a child can take care of them. They are perfectly safe, and free from any unpleasant odor.. The above Lamps, together with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Rich CarpetingsOil Cloths, Window Shades, &c. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.1 \ T HE subscriber has just opened a large and rich assortment of the newest and latest styles of Ingrain and Venetian Carpetings, which are now offered, either wholesale or retail, at the; lowest fir ices in the city. As the assortment is one ol the argest, and the Goods have just been received from the Manufacturers, they will be sold at such prices that theyljill defy all competition. ; Rich & »!endid Tapestry Carpeting" ] - '¦ 1"\ (i Brussels " I Carpetings " 5" Imperial 3-Ply, I Guaranteed " '* Extra superlngrain I to;be as " *' i, ij I Twild and I represented. Vent. J ' . Also, a large assortment of Oil Cloths,! Tufted and Brussels Rugs, Piano and Table Covers^ Mattings, Stair Rods, Bindings&c. &c\ Together with a rich and extensive assortment of low priced Carpetings of all descriptions ! j . Qountry merchants and others in want of Handsome and Cheap CarpetingB, OU Cloths...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Oliver Evans9 SalamanderFire & Thief Proof Iron Chests, \ "TTTARRANTED equal to any other make, and *V have never been injured by Fire or Burglar$in a single instance. He also keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, made of lighter iron, at lower prices. Letter Copying Presses and Books. Trucks for Stores, Factories, &c. Druggists ' Presses. E;L?le Glass Paper. Portable Shower Baths, &c. - Packing Ln-vrrn. t ; " Hoisting Machines. Refrigerators and Water Kilters. '. OLIVER EVANS, 61 South Second st., below Chestnut, Phila. REFRIGERATORS fnr cooling and preserving Meat, Butter, ' Milk, and all articles intended for Ctilinarv purposes. ! WATER KILTERS.—Oliver Evans' celebrated Wuter Filter*, ftjr purifying water that ia blackish or muddy whether by rninsj, minrnils,or otherwise, can be Imd of all hizus nnd prices, at the WarcrootiiH, No. (il, South Kfuitiml Htrcct, two doors below Chmittiut, Philadelphia. Sept. 28, 1847. - 30-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

riiHE subs tneir tnanxs to tneir Salisbury Handle Manufactory and Turning JMill.' cribers tender jl_ friends for the patronago extended to them in the businees in which they are engaged, and respectfully solicit a continuance of their favors. They now inform their friends arid the, public generallythat they still continue to manufacture at their establishment at Salisbury,.(on thei Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike, on© mile east ' of Kinzer ' s and one mile north of the Gap,) ?room, BrushHoe, Shovel and Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and sawed, Palling^Bench Screws, &c. They have also, ai exoejlent Turning Mill connected with their establishment, and arc prepared to do all kinds of Turning in wood, such as; Porch Columns, Cabinet, Coach and Wagon Turning of all kinds with promptness and despatch. They have npwon hand a Jot of seasoned lumber, Suitable for Cabinet Makers use, whic^.wilL ' .be1 ' turned to order or disposed of on rieasoiatiletexms. Alsoa large.1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

u Secure the Shadow ere the Sub-' Ntanee ratio/' CiOLLlNS' Culobrntnl Sky«Lijj|lit DaK«ierrcotynpn. j Two Stiver Medals awardml nt Ilio Fnlf ol tho Franklin and American luxtitutrR, fnr the hem and moHtartinticnl BpnclmoiiHof Da^uorrRotypo PortraitH. Thu recant improvoineut miulo by the nuhscriborH, and which Is prculiar to tholr eatabltthmmt, alone, viz: iiu uppur liyht, Iiiih rrcolvcd tha hi^linHt rccoiniiKttidatioiiri from thn Ptohh, and alao writtrn tntttlmouialri iVom the llrHt artmtH in thu country, n« to it« ^ruat Niiptsriority over tho usinil sido Hifht. Thu poculiar advauta^o of this light is that thn natural uxprowm>n of thu uyo enn bo obtained now mnra-porlfictly than hnrntoloro. ! Citizous and Rtran^ers art) roHpnctf\tlly invited, whethor desiring portraits or not, to visit ohr-npaciouH gallorios, probably the largest nnd most extensive in the United States,nnd examine for thomhoIvcs tho nstonishing improvements inado by the subscribers in this wonderful art...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Doctor Yourself for 25 cents. B Y means of the POCKET ^SCULAPIUS, or Every Oke his own Physician ! Seventeenth Edition, with upwards of One Hundred Engravings , showing private_ diseases in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative system, by Wm. YoungM. D. The time has now arrived, that persona suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victims of Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend; and with one tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private diseases, it fully explains the cause of Man* hood's early decline, with observations on Marriage —besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints, 33T Persons residing at any distance from Philadelphia, can have this Book forwarded to them through the Post Office, on the receipt of 25 cents, directed to Dr. William Y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

hai tnousancts ot Dr. Roby's Brazilian flair Curling liquid. I*/ chemists have long been , T T experimenting upon, but without success,has, at length been accomplished by Dr. Roby, of Phil adelphia. To prepare an article in liquid form 1 , free from oil, or greasy or sticky substances, which will curl the hair without changing its color and weakening the bulbs, has long been the study of our most celebrated chemists. This useful art is alone combined in Dr. Roby' s Brazilian Hair Curling Liquid, which ensures to every body (( the flowing ringlet and the witching curl, " Prepared only by Stores & Co., sole proprietors , 21 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. - . -¦¦,. Sold by ZAHM & JACKSON, aug 17 »47-29r ly] North Queen St., Lancaster.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

. - " •¦;¦ ¦ -. Oayis & Chew, CAB&W WARE-ROOMS * No. 276, S. Secondst., 2^ ¦ ¦ . r > ' W&t tide, Philadelphia. : ^g^OUSEHOLB GOODS, cheap and of good anal dHLity-sneh as Beds, Bedsteads, Bure u.cffl ™ Tables,- fee. CasVpaid for Old Furniture or taken in eichange-for New. Old Furniture repaired Feb. l,1848-6m . l ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

ittisccUancinui. MARIA GRAFTOS; Or, Let every Girl choose her own Husband. Seateil in a pleasant chambeh/was a young lady, the daughter nf one of the tlltfst aristocratic merchant? In ]\r\v Kn«lnnd. lie/hud risen from obscurity, and by a course, although not strictly honest, vet in accordance with tUb practice of same of the Healthiest merchants In mim uninttry,had amttB' si'il a large dmnuiit iif piiipfiily. With him ttw/f/i was incry thitiiij lie kliumiuitliiitg of liiiMiliife!i siUe when it was I'uiislili'ira ill tin. ' scale Ml M(i|lrtr'9 ami wilts j iind.it nemli>f imly llmt 11 nimi he UHtlthy, mi itmllt'f by rniiil iiim.his U« hwiiule sn, |H WlSlifl' fl<S|1l't: t; His Ftteiili'iii'p; wns Imi h li'w mill's limn ilii< i>iiy n! HiiHiiii: Mint il Wii? inn 1 nl iliH iiihM liMiimiuil iii jliftl vioinily, Nit piiins litnl linnii =|iiiftii| in iiiiiliii it wmlliy nt iidiiPM, IhfJIf, Urnlinn whs 11 mini fowl ill ' p ' raUi': His yimiigost iltmghiPf, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

from lti« Oeimnn. The Three German Doctors. There . was once n doctor, not of philosophy or jurisprudence, but a real doctor, who nad commenced at thejbeginning. For several long yeab he had practiced tis a barber; then attended lectures on anatomy-tbbught a Gcrmsn translation of; Galen—-and at length, obtained the degree of M. D.' from the celebrated University of Prague. Instead of the doctorjal hat, our M. D. wore a green cap with a broadrpeak. He did so, as he said;-tc'^)fotect his eyes. Censorious folks said, however, that he had not a hat, nor, what is worse, money to buy one. It is prqbatle the doctor's purse w&S at low water. He could breathe a vein as well as his colleagues; but verifying the old proverb, he did but little honor in his own country. His-practice.&tood at zero; his townsmen looked on him with contempt He did his best to mend matters. He inserted advertisements in the newspapers^ beginning, as usual. "By God's help, I owe my recovery from...

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