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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

**^^S^Mi*WfiJ^!M»ifflil<W':i-'S'v; S ^pi^^^lfepl p ^pBaS^S «jf^^JjB!^^^:jio^ Vto^jpaee^jo^Bie DeSnooratJe citiMos of Y* i^R»4iBy; ^etate|3i ;Bm Conk ^ ffirasejin the; ioympf JPr^a^piiJ^ie«d»yjmabag, Novjember 23,.fiw die purpose'ofrexpressiBg^ieirisentjlneiitg ^"^' j^9^6f^e. i^> Presid^cy;-j:0ATJ ' 'PFf&iQkij was' paired to '- presidet1 ' ;WiiirAK ^S^^ftteMI.!M^-^., J^^^lK^p? !f,riYice. ^*?d ™^rG .i9«^K FvjHi^os Juid Jpmi- Caiiev ¦Secretariesv; ' < " ' •. ' ";-; r " ' . '-' :¦ . '¦¦'¦¦' ¦/¦ '¦' ; ':.[ "¦ ' )' . '' ''- . - Tt? meetmg. was :abr^"andeloqaently addrised b y Messrs.'X S. jrCixiioaT , y^ W. Shaw . -M. B. Lowar, j. Pobti» BraVlet anfl Hon. Abhold PHTXEB. ' . : ;. "¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ;• ' --;. ---¦-¦ -: -j ' ¦ ¦ ¦;.- . . ¦¦" ¦¦ i Od niptiott, Dr: W. E. Bishop; jy'soBsw WiaBiE, Edward Swxeitt .CoI. W; tt./LAiiBSBToV, J. J. iiiooBi, and Wit.T. NirLL, Vijiere chosen ji committee to draft resolutions expressive of the; sense of the meeting, who reporte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

Letter to Oregou. InMuroli Inst tlijc ' flnt ^ territorial i(p|ibliilm . orit Avas mails jforOrpgw—that of Jons ,Jf. SHiTBLr, Eiq, 11s -Pcputy tfost-iiiiilttor ut Astotiu, Before Mr, SHtvnt.T'8 itopartuvi 1 liom Washington, he received {Jr6i|n ' Sfti > rPtnry. Hi'riuurax irn'offlcial letter, whichj!>ve find njiw. - lor tho first timo published among .the documents accompanying: the President's jnessngo. 'live subject is in Keclfone of such absorbing moment to every mind interested in the extending greatness of the republic, that if would seem superogatorg,to direct attention to the letter. After such an eloquent and to some extent prophetic appeal in behalf of; our distant countrymen—.not so distant,,-though, that they may not become in a very few i years., oiu' .--near neighbors-i—it is to be hoped that .Congress will spare.enough ;of its time, at this session, to j provide for them a territorial government: ¦ " ; . -•;¦ ;. - •¦¦ ' • . -¦- . -' I I: Deeaetjies...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

A Scrap from History. When Tiio.has. Jefferson, witli a sagacity and statesmanship far in advance of his contemporaries, urged the purchase of Louisiana from France, the project was assailed by his enemies with unexampled bitterness. The artillery of the press was levelled against him, and congressional declaimers made the capitol ring with denunciation. Jos 'iah Qcisct, of Massachusetts, an able lawyer, but violent politician, in his speech against the purchase, said: - - - i " If this bill passes, the bonds of this Union are virtually dissolved—^the states, which compose it, will be free from their moral obligations, and as it will be the right of all, so it will be the duty of some.to prepare definitely for a separation—amicably! if they can—violently, if they must. " Thp democratic party, in sustaining Jeffersos. were accused of,wandering to " the very ends of the earth'in search of new settlements with which to satiate their territorial voraciousness. New Orleans was repr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

^^l^fc^^pWic-^re^-in » Pw^^^ffi^^cf .;pteng ^^afpo^l^^W lre^laato 0^ pi ^it-^pa lif^^^pexithat iinpijii n^' -flieir^jief^ncMii itt'rMfarS- to the i .n^rjjft^^ mcy. }^^S;^ccpiffit*tlfeceit'ffljni- far y^8J^8^a^1olww^-: 'i.'ly;. ^ " -;. ~ -jf" ^>; -j. ; ¦; ¦ . J - \y-; - ' '. 5'i.'ffir^f??^S^^^D&;BB®iC^^jrj' ?1 i[-:¦ > '•' . ' ~ ¦ : -r *r^";Sitt''^un^" 'Pr^!SC''v-" '; v ' ¦ ¦ .^-.- ¦ ¦ ' .: ; " ' "-. The Eel anon pembcrJup(C$9mM>.) j. .: .. ":.: ¦ ' The Ha ri8burg|Staau Zeiuing, (German.) :' tTfie:Noriisto*ij (Pa.) J^egTjrfW. . 7| - ' : : 7Ttepembc»tic;(V1 enaiigo cp\) Arch; / '.. - . - ' :. Gettyibijrg;Cpinpa9r,:A3ami«o., Pai ¦ ¦¦¦%¦ ¦ ¦ . ' - Mounl^lsSeitinel^KlieSftttrg, Pa. ¦¦}." . •¦•;¦ ¦ ' . . Montgomery.ledgerjr Pottatown, Pa. : The Keystonis, New fterlin, Pa; -,: " ;. ¦¦; . y i TK&PimbfcWiamifai -fiL,: . ' • *¦ -|-.;0-.-r -.r v ¦'¦¦ AngusM'Oeittocrat,Virginia. -.. .h ,-¦:' .-., ¦ . ¦ ;. -. SheJatowftiah'Seijtinel, ' iVirginiai- / -::...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

Destiny ot the Union. The f ollowing is a highly eloquent passage from Mr. ^ WALKEB's able report, being the concluding paragraph: - - "A liberal commercial policy is essential to the fulfilment' of this great destiny of New York and of the Union; but, above and beyond all, the Union itself, the free: trade Union, its perpetuity* and onward progress in area,.wealth and population, are necessary to the 'accomplishment of these grand results.. Upon this point, sectional fanatics, few in number* at homeland despots abroad concurring with them may hope or menace; hut the American Union is a moral and physical, a political and commercial necessity, and never can or will be dissolved. As well might we attempt; to decompose the great element of nature .which holds, together the planets, suns, and systems of. the universe, as hope to sever the links of mighty lakes and rivers, of ever-extending telegraphs ,; railroads and canals, of free trade, of intercourse, of interest, o/ love and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

iJ¦ %kl3: :i-. U^ c^^^^^jr^p^ku^^^m^nate ¦ a^^S!^^^^;*p*&^^^4iifeS*^" «M^3" T1M y-f ™7-"y ?*j™ *Y^l^r^^;ffij™*""**q^^^Py«*?v^ long7 indulged aiuyriopitj^ftfferfi;-> | iir*^ fphtfirBsrTr.tif make room for those kMlier^passiohs , which keep people " frorn^^en^ifing ' vJn^jt|iktyKnfl ' of selfish indivi$ialiry, that-pften ' ii^oroaaijesjttfetn imper-Sj^'^ys ? /?;:* H^litii j^^ Thatthe Holidaysareiowhere observed ^ With a ^^0r^ fmt^^v &¥^^^ ses so?tomfi^y^|d1 fe"^l^e&-eoiiKicS p^ we .affirm. : Whi(ir *wiln»; the circling -goblet jof eggT nogg, .temperately drained, of-, course—-what with the brown and -tenderturkejr and -duck~what with the fresh and ftagrartt celeryjihe minced pies, the tarts, the cheese, the apples and tfie nuts—what with die gathering arpiind. the biazirig fire, the telling of stories,-iiew and old' , the: merry dance, ani finally the syreet melod y offeinale song, to modulate meuproaribusness and remind |he j^nimat Spirits of the pres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

Tbe Union. " It uinst ami shall be preserved. " —Jackson. " Upon' what busis (hen uiif National Indppemlenre rest, u» regards tho itirognitioti of Foreign Powem? Upon ilic basis of; tho Vnidn. In what capacity did France acknowledge our Independence, after wo hud crossed the mires and swamp*, the mountains and prrri()icen, of Biiccossful revolution ? In i|ii< rapacity ol' ihf I'mtal, Slates, Til what capacity did Great "Brititin utTodeito it, and relinquish her lofty, pretensions ! In thtsr capacity of the United Stales. In what character have all the other Powers of the earth received us; into the category- of. nations, sent their ministers;hither, recognized our own, and concluded treaties of friendship and commerce; In the character of the United Slates. Are we, in short, known in any other character to any nation oil the face of the-globe? It is the flag of the Union, not of any one ¦ of the States, great or small, that commands the respect and admiration of distant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

> Our IHotto. We. -have rhosen for our motto a sentiment uttered b y Jahss Bcciianax in his masterly speech to the great State Convention held in this city, in Aug., 1S,1O.; "That country,'' h' e said, "is the most pros-: perous, where L.v.noR commands the greatest Reward."' ' ¦ ¦ '. ' : The circumstances which elicited this admirable sentiment were remarkable. ¦ Johx Davis, - of Massachusetts, once the able; editor of a semi-British press in the regioii ^ of the Hartford Convention, and its supporter and apologist, had, in the Senate ofthe United States, wilfully altered a speech of Mr. Bl-chaxa*, reversing the sense of the author, and imputing to him . opinions diarnetrically opposite.to those he had advanced. ^ ( To tfiis day the Democracy contemplates with just pride the overwhelming rebuke thereupon administered ,to Mr. Davis, in the presence of the Senate, by Mr. Buckaxax himself, and it will be along time before the public will forget the conclusive and determine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

Bold I oBBEBiv-^An» ex^nsiwgjjrobbery was perpetratec yeaterday afternoon, in our city. Wm. Darlington ' Esq, Prudent of the W^st Chester Bank, whil! conversing with' a^ lady in i'iailtiSad car, afthe Irtepot i cbmef of Broad streeti ieaiSace, about two jo'clock, wfas; robbed of t- small valise , which- qonfftinp^ t^*>jhaiidgi ^nft ^um.of JiiW ^ iHie iousand dplJirs, in notes on 'the West Chetter Bank He-placed he valisefinxfer the seat upon which he %aa sitting -when he entered the car, fortaifefceep-: ing, from whence it wias stolen liy, »ome darihg^sit, ¦ Iain.: It wia rhejwbrk. of a;«ngle momejit.je;Mt. ' D;lii.oDtSedffie money from tiie Pan^syiwB Bank brit ' ojie hour previous to,die. ',rpbb«y,jg»i' at the tim« wi is on his way to the West Chester Bank. - Smroicio*! as Alien upon two persons. -who; g^»- »«OT Iorki»: about the depot domefifteere intBibies before the departure of the •.¦ars. and who we ' re, no dotibt, awaie ' of tliis moui-y being in, die. possession of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

George W. Barton, Esq. We hear the speech of this eminent. Orator, at the Philadelphia war-meeting, extolled by all who heard it as one of the most thrilling and effective specimens of eloquence which this great question has elicited. It was replete with all" the sound logic, dazzling and original metaphor, and withering invective, which so pre-eminently distinguish all the efforts of this intellectual and truly gifted speaker. With some, slight modification of action, which we consider marked by rather over-much " manual violence"—the result, perhaps, of a temperament naturally excitable and enthusiastic—Mr. Bahtos would Seserve to be classed among the most powerful popular declaimers in the United States. As it is, we doubt whether in all the elements of oratory he has an equal, certainly not a superior. In the national assembly, where we hope one day to see him, he would soon reach a summit on which no man has stood since the days ofRASDOtpnofRoanoke. ilr. Babtox is a nativ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

German Paper. We intend shortly to issue proposals for the publication of a; Democratic Gei^mas paper in this city, for a periodof nine yeaVs, we conducted- a German paper " .& our "native county, Lehigh, and we-shall be proud, if our efforts are properly seconded, ito supply this long acknowledged want here, bur"-opponents • have in the VoVaframd of Mr: BiiR an influential and able organ, and,-we trust tMe democrats will appreciate the importance of also supporting a^journal published, jn the admired language of the Fatherland. !~ IETAs the. enlarged size and hew dress of the Intelliztncer have subjected us to a heavy outlay, we -jT^ai ' "' «'!l ;:-':r"i 's •'-' !l 'J»' 'i* ;- helj.hiif hsild in ( :xu:i;--!iv.i.' I1 - ¦ u<' > ''."<ni. ;u*'' : inelTM^in^ u= ,'A'¦eVw-ini: -->nu job ij.iir-.fw-.i^v i'< -,e cr ' rl-i:; -1: ' ;j!- ¦ kiriu fn?iui> wi.i i>^ ^ra*-:;!!i!; j - : I'l-.i-'^K'-i: '. i ¦ !-xo^ II. frwis iius b-e:; TL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

Death of Senator Falrfleld. We regret to be called upon to announce, says the Pennsyhaman of yesterday, the sudden death of this excellent man, one of the members of the U. S. Senate from the State of Maine, and beyond all doubt one of the most valuable of that grave body. He died, after having undergone a surgical operation intended to relieve' the pain consequent upon a diseased limb. The correspondent of the Neto York Herald says he was as well as usual on Friday morning, and it is known that he reported the bill to the Senate to authorize the appointment of Assistant Pursers in.the Navy, on the day before he died 1 He was an upright and able man, and had long been a favorite of the Democracy of Maine, of which State he was formerly Governor. ID" The Democratic Herald, published at Butler, in this State, heretofore favorable to General Cass, has taken ground in favor of Jamis Bochaitas for the next: Presidency, in accordance, as it declares, with the expressed wishes of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

State Temperance Convention. . Ttes Central Committee of the State Temperance Society* have called a Convention at Harrisburg, on Wednesday, the 19th of January. It will no doubt bi. large, respectable and impressive; as all previous |ones of that Society have been. ¦ Alleqhf.s;t CpuKTT.—The Pittsburg' pm contains a call kbr a meeting of the friends of Mr. BocHASAjf, tp be holderiiin that city, this evening, which is signed by more ; than RraEi Hukdeed of the Democratic citizens of that county. " Colombia. Cou^tt.—The Columbia Enquirer contains a call ior a- Democratic meeting of all friendlr to the ' fianiiriatfcr. of Jaxk? Bi-'-kaxa?- for thf IVjisMi'ii.-v 10 be beii! a! tho '. "),.:! -tou-c , in Bloom-wtS »\i Salunliy !;!•- ¦ '. ¦ •! da;, ,;¦ •maar< r.'.'vr !': is Mgf.cd by :: ii'U::Der >>| "iin'iiiiar iffipas ~-^ .i;;?:-^ '^ '» -hi we iecc-°Tiiz» same oi the eld-vsr ,.; .! ::-r prorruii:v nt IVmocrats or th«; l- Stiirot ' f.-c X-.i.i • ?~. ' 1 ,. 1' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

" - '. . ,. For tbe ;Lapeut«r InteUlgeneer. ' ' . ^ Patent Definitions. : ;- ' • Cross-Examinaiion. —A_ branch of legal inquiry, . ¦o' c^ed4^: ^!-i>>^/tlikt^o(«.,-wbp ~ -coiidiict;lt invariablylo»e their temper. ' ¦ - ' • -.-' lWt*:-^Ah»rd ivory »uh»^ce ^v worn in die moudi . -and-used l»y.!boy»and dpg« as impiemenO ' ¦ 6fwar.|/-': ; "" ;;:Y"i;|'; -V ,'y- ' . ' ' j '-^'^' l':, ' -^"n:. Renown. —^TMeWOrt^opnhr^*i*Jin'the Englisii language, to gain-which, men «e ' content to fight, and b}eed^and:di^' Hence' «hciphii^ei '" Blopd arid rioum. " ¦<'.,- ' ? >"; .:" . -;- ; " .:' ' ¦ < ' ¦ ' ';; " .- ' f\\ :' - ^ ---r-JKirfCT.—Used in the olden timeias. a beverage, Wr rattn^y 'Kut ii n te d ' Ho- '-jgrh Hues -si t.i.jhj-ig,-bc?-iblJingi . extinfruifi ' -iiiig nrei, zi'A nt.?.tHi^n-i>-iC8. Jargon \—Ir.'- xjjiicable sounds rUwwlcsl. oy a Iio\i3e-vr;f«,on i:ir- foring »hatth» j»; cbsUiuing her fbv^tfi p;es*"- *-«s feaii been f^iiiriioB»ly abstrac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

A Patriotic Clergyman. The following extract from the despatch of Maj. Gen. Pillow, describing the battles near the city of Mexico, proves that the race of "fighting parsons" is not extinct. The conduct of the gallant Chaplain here alluded to, is in happy contrast with that pursued by the clergy of Neiv England, who seem to have converted their pulpits into political rostrums, from which to fulminate Anathemas against the supporters of the war. Wer rejoice that there are no such unpatriotic examples among the clergy of Pennsylvania: '•' I will be pardoned, I trust, by the General-in-Chief for travelling beyond the legitimate bounds of a report to notice becomingly the patriotic conduct of the pious Chaplain of Colonel Clark's Brigade. Whilst the battle raged furiously, my column had great difficulty in crossing a deep ditch without damaging their ammunition. The worthy Chaplain, besides encouraging the passing soldiers to their work, actively set the example of filling the'exc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

U -finjol Jn!top6p5'> Meetiho of the Bab ahd Jbdois.—Aiueetjfljf ot"the Judges anil members of the Baf-of thevseTOiv ral courts of this county, was held on the 15th .ij»»t ,. fbr4he purpose of testifying their deep seme rfijf the Jobs anstained by the profes ion and the nahffa al~ large lnjthe Tecent death of the Hon Chancellor Kemt, late of New Tf o rk, and to adopt rtsolutums suitable to the occasion. The Hon. Ellis Lewis was called to the Chair, assisted bv the following gentlemen as \ ice Presidents Hon A L- Hayes, ReArder Wiuiam Jehkibs, Hon I m i ScnArrtB, and Hxmiv G Loifo, Esq Secretaries ntAH Fbazeb^Thokas F FKAKKLiirand D VV Patterson, Esqr's. Illon. Eluh Lewis pronoiinccjlja brief but flowing eulogy on Chancellor Kebt, referring in eloquent terms to his manv virtues as a jurist, ritiwn, and Christian. We regret ihnt our roo ' iri Is ao preoccupied in to exclude hm trill) iinpreMlira tribute from our column* for the present. He was followed in a train of appro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

IiiteitiSiyleTof Pun tUkin, ^T*~-< Jliit -rtrMtda\ 'tbi tttki gtitop CwHmt .Bma> . ukUifiOii Utamttiu;uppiailt W*»tfi7<?«Mtli A FiillqttJ SpliHiii Ainrtmenl <if the Mwnl ;¦•%/» Ornft, -• ¦;• ¦}'¦:¦ ^r^f -^i: ";-s-: t ; !\7F I.'FORD i« man dt«irouicf[s ;ro(utningJ)U . iLVJiV' Mwly think*,io- ih<r " cili»en*.pf*S«pWer: . city Bni-county lar-tba unprert(l«nieil;pmroi$«g^ii(n he has, M P perfucijBWStigWi eoining. among, iheni, received al their: h">n<|». which spB»]k«)fiir|;ouder than wiiTila oC tl.e complete aauslaolion ihe Hu olfolded nllwhohavBftvOPfd ltiro'Wfith**cnl|i andintend.ing|s!iirf(irth6r.1p*R«rU;lheirp8ironnge, he Bai tnade-; a}rahgflKiem«: ¦ .«»*:-.ieyeiat- of-the largest a houses both in Pliilodelphia and Naw'TorK-tDforward him Ihc Choicest ^yleaprgopda'every day/as they corae'but, 'abdfijom Tacilhies wlucb he'Vlona posseiisesi'lifttwilr'^emabled-to furnish ihent lo his - cirsto 'm^rs ai leaslrM'rier ceiii. ' -less th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

Interesting' ftom Mexico. ; Wo are .indebted to the Vindneira of a friend for (he Biibj^ined extracts of a letter recently received from Lt. Henry A. Hambbicht, together with that oQjcer's officiaj report of t&e p^rt tajten by himself and men in the several actions near the city of TVfexico, more especially in the memorable assail It upon Chapultepec. , . ; . . .. ; - s Lieut. H. is a native of thia city, a son ofGeneral-Frederick HAMBRicnT. He started from Harrisburg for M>xiro last December, as 1st Sergeant in the •*', Cameron Guards,'' but has since been, promoted to a 1st Lieutenancy, owing to-the illness of Capt. Quail, and the death of Lieut/ Sturceoh, son of Senator Sturgeon. Company H is the one raiBed at Uniontown, Fayette county, and commanded up to the time of his plwtion lo the colo- ' nelcy of the regiment, by the lamented William ii. ROBKHTS. - ' : [EXTRACTS.] " You have learned- before this of the- deatha of |Wi«. fJlatz, Shaw, and George Winauer, who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

All ofitht' followingarticles, whichhace obtained Unbounded popularity art sold by'jrjMES SMtTII, tKr.onfy:Agentfar th£ genuine articles in.the diy of Latuaster, and cowity of Lancaster. ¦ • < ; . . BEMEHBEE THM A»D BtTKONtY Hi1 HUI...- . AN unequalled . remedyand an. Almanac for 1&48-gratis. lit^-for coWb and feverish feelings, acid preventirig fevers.: 2d—For Asthmaj Liver Complaint, ' and BiliouB'Affections. .3d—For Diarhffia. Indigestion, and Loss of Appetite. 4th—For Costiveness in'females and^aales. 5th.—^For-Stomach affections ^ DijijjepM-innf PTJeK ¦ ¦ •-. • ¦ ¦ ;;•• —- -Ttn^rexcpoiuiB are, it is.not.bad.to take, never gives-pain,.and never leaves, one costive ! 1 : .• ' - ¦ For all these things, it is ^warranted unequalled ^ and all who do. not find it so, may return the bottle - and. ' get their money. ' . ¦:¦> ' ¦ ¦ ¦:¦ -, ¦¦ , Thia medicine is LONQLEY'S GREAT WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA. Fuller description in an Almanac for, 1848, gratis, i, ; ' ¦ . -k...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 December 1847

^^^ ^m^^ m^^^ Wmimmmmmm' ^^ k * ^^^^^ H m^^^^^ m^ ^ ^^rJe^^^oSr .offict^^^urttrcSt., ""^ SaiwlJ* 32fcjS^Ii r isljt&} ^iSr We,*B^firi«rtkned-, HTblr^uited Mr jSbe1 Brtok^lr,f«I^SroSe^rStessr>, R^*(gP* Waltm rVaJUriwtBt ^ PhUaaelphia, conJ»jS ease th* most reaatkable oae we huto-efngBF aessedot heard a£ - »P || IxtsdlMaec^fwUcMlhtaf ntt rtrrlhle muJHive been^ta twelm vcejri' conflict wtA the^estlWr. HbfitiMeS&tSat* Sof oTfiU 'faRH&Sse, upper Up. tlktlosftV lid of tlie right ey« hlBeeo destroyed, blsftoe ue«il> Mien up, and p«i«th* law bone e»rrl«d iw»r. And yet we cut in no deseriptton of hia oast ( j V Mr. B. Infenni ui thtt in January Ian, ttisMolo iatarlor'ar hUttoUth . ai w«ll antndtt 6fhlKtt* was 14UH of deep and ^ilnflil iileert. J| H Ob tta 14th of January last, he ftdmnwhcMT^I Inf Sr.Culhm'i Indian Vegtubl* Panacm . -wllBi oheckad the dlioase in « ftw. days, and irogi' thtt time the oum haiprogreiwd without intoni(Mion< New ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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