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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

.Sheriff's Sales. j BY virtue of a writ of venditioni exponas, is- j sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of i Lchi"h eoiintv. to me directed, will be ejposed to puldic sale! on Friday the 11th day of 'Mober ; next, nt 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at thediouse of Samuel Camp, in the township of Lynn, the foliowini described proiierty. to wit : _ All tliat certain tract of land situate m , the townsjiip of Lynn, bounded by lands of j Henry We-iver, Samuel Camp and others, eonlaming about SEVEN ACHES more or less.on which is erected a one story ^^^Sak Stone House, a Log Stable, l&gZ|j|j]& and oiitbuildiugs. Land under good fA| *s"s!t* improvement. Valuable FRUlTS?i-2_]^£^l Tree-- on the place, and spring of water. C.e. Seized and tikeu iu execution as the property of Samuel Loch. -ALSO— . j By virtue of u writ of venditioni exponas, is- sued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Le- high county, to me directed, will be exposed ij\> safe, on Thursday the Ifjth ...

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

SHERIFF To the Voters of Lehigh county. I7ELLOW CITIZENS: Encouraged by my ** friends, I hereby offer myself to your consideration as a candidate for the office of SHERj-IFF, at the October election; subject to tlie decision of the Democratic County Convention. If elected I promise to discharge thefdutics of said office with faithfulness and impartiality. HENRY SMITH. Heidelberg, Augusts, IS50.-

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

SHERIFF. To the Electors of Lehigh county. I_ 1ELLO\V CITIZENS:—I hereby offer my. "* self as a candidate for the office of SHERIFF, at the next October election; subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. Should you favor me with a majority of your votes. I promise to discharge tho duties Of said office with faithfulness and impartiality. JOSEPH F. KEWHARD. AlIentown, August 1, 1S50. SHERIFF. To the Electors of Leliigh county. FELLQW CITIZENS:—I hereby offermyself to your consideration as a candidate for tlie office of SHERIFF, at the ensuing October election, subject to the decision of the Democratic county convention. Should you see, proper to elect me to said office, I promise to discharge its duties with faithfulness and fidelity. NATHAN WE1LER. North Whitehall, August 1, lS-0\ SHERIFF. To the Eleciors of Leliigh county.' ] FELLOW CITIZENS:—I hereby offer myself to your consideration ns a candidate for the office of! SHERIFF, at the next October election...

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

TEXAS AXU "lilSlXHlX !—D.1X-ER Allx.li)!! i TEN THOUSAND CUSTOMERS i WANTED! AT TIHE .MEW WO.... STORE, - i IX At.LESTOWSH! JUST RECEIVED from New York and Philadelphia, :i large mid splendid a.—oriiiU'iit of i FALL A.YD WLVTER GOODS, i which arc offered at the verylowestjirices.— Persons vi.-iting town during court week should : mike it a point of business to call at (he NEW YORE STORE, aud examine their s-o.-k before purchasing: elsewhere, as they in iv feel confident that by sijdoing they v.iil dear iheir i ravelin.' expenses. Kern M Kline hold to tho maxim of making "(inirk Sales !lud Small Profit-." Their LADIES' DRESS GOODS consist in Silks, Bombazines, Alpici-. Merinos. Mouslin de l.uics, Gingbuus.l'alicoe.s. Ve.. of which f_h'-y htvetin a.sortuieut that cannot be ex-uued in AlIentown. Supei-liiie blue, blue;; and fanc\ hired Cloths. rassimeres aud Sattiucts . V.-slings of every description. KERN k KLINE. August 22. 1 S.10.

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

m <tis;«?6's:£iiiB: >*. j Just i-ec-ivi-1 a large un 1 freih ! supply of Sugar. Coir.,.,.. Molas-es. Rice, lea, lipi-vs, and other larie—i lies of Groceries, ' • i TRESM .tl _i'.iE_-KBj.—No. 1. 2, and ! :t Mackerel, iu whole, halves and .(U.-u-ier barrels. ; I_00__I""-« tH-ASSES.—A splendid as- j sortment of Looking Glasses, with Mahogany j frames. . I (JU'EESSWARFe- A lane and beautiful j assortment, full setts, Dishes. Glas-warc, of all 1 prices, for s ile at the cheap store of j Aug. 22, Win- KERN .-. KLINE. 1 :~" - " WA^'VlfiM, " j 1 OOO CORDS OF WOOD, at the New Vorkl 1 Store of FERX $• KIASE.

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

tlOUNTl'.Y PRODUCE.—A11 kinds of coun-I try pi-o-lucewill be received in exchange for 1 -nods, at the highest uwrk.-t price, at the New : Vork Store of K ERN Sc KLINE. I Allenlown. August 22, 1S«-JU.

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

Lamps! Lamps! Lamps i I , | | , ; . j | I W3I. I-. rrlSTCBllES.ff-, j *JVb. 395 jYo rth Eighth street, Philadelphia, I Manufacturer nnd *'Denier in ihe only (onuiiiLI Burning FLUID and CA.MIMENE; LAMPS of j every descripiion for hurnleg ihe same, lugether ' with Lard. Fluid and Ca.npt.ene Lamps, of more ' ihau (ivehundr-.diire.eiii paiicrns. Chandeliers, ' Caudlebras, lloip.ei hofders. I lull LaiMerns -uades, 1 Wick, and otuer anicles coiinecied wall the busi-1 11,-sh, in greai var.eiy. , . r^ Denies in ibo above ariicles will find it to their advantage to call before purchasing elsewhere. L_epl. .. IS.0.-3."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

& Stoves! Stoves! Stoves! TO THE IH'ISFOIIMI-D. Wee insiderit ou. du-y lo informi our readersthat F II. CHURCH'S STOVE STORE is still at .No. OS Nonl. Second streel. Philadelphia, (¦.pposile the Mount Vernon House,) where . ''.v "n'l'''n'1 '' larE- and cen-ral assoriment of PAR LOR.C OOK - ING BAR ROOM and vinous other kinds o STOVES, which can be purchased al ihe lowest PrNe""* il —F. H. C. takes old, S-oves in exchange, on,iV.y<rtb«biBli-»i prices for old.Iron. September 5, ie5H. £"1 New ClotU and Fur Cap, India Rubber Slxoea and Straw Bomiet House. WALTKVS .!*• STACKUOUSli. No. 95 N. Fourih sired* Pnilailelphin, (opposite Mcrchiiiit-Hotel) invite their old Iriends and purchasers in ..ciieral to call and examine iheir entir. ty new and bai.dso.no stock ol Men's, Boys', and Children s Fur and Cloth Cape, India Rubber Shoes Straw Bonnets and Aruficial Flowers, ic... all of which thev will sell at the lowest market prices for cagli. r\ B_W....rl. buin_ new beginner...

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

Wholesale Looking" Glass, Whip, Brush, Comb,'Basket, and Wooden Ware Store, No. 145 North third" Street, Four-doors above- the 'Eagle Hotel, nnd¦ direcilx opposite Jaui.S Kent & ^"'^.^S^PHTA between Race m,tl Vine sits., PHILADELPHIAJIarch'2S, isjn. , <""

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

KP-THE WONDER OF THE Av GE._>ji . Is^KtlS At ANri ESTEBK/tt JtEMEDT.—A Krea_^iscbvery and valuable medicine. Every family should have a bottle Jn cases of sudden sickness. Il cutc. Cholera. \ Dysentery. Bowet Comtlalnts, Pain in the Head;.. Cholic, - Bruises, Diarrhcoa; } Rheumatism, Fever and Ague; Dyspepsia, Piles.- . - Burn.. READ THE EVIDENCE. J . This certifies that I have for several months use-Mr. Davis's Vegetable Pain Killer in my family in. several of those cases for tySHSBt is feeomiuend' ed, and find it a very useful family rhedicinev " a: bronson. Pastor of Second Baptist Church, Fall River. TisBiinv. "llarthii's Vineyard. This may certify that 1 have used Davis's Pair/ Killer with great success in caseSof'Cholera Infantum, Common Bowel Conipl.int; Bronchitis, Colds," Coughs. <_c, and would cheerfully recommend It as a valuable family medicine. JAS. C. BOOMER, Pastor tiapiiilChurch. Fhiend Davis:—Tbismay certify thai I silllnse' the Pain Killer in my f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

TO PHYSICIANS AND IiADlIiS. We have a pure method of curing Pholapsc. CxEm, upon new pathological principles. No supporters or etc. (which we consider very injuiioual are i_sed. The most helpless,and feeble suffcrefs who have been confined for years, are relieved immediately; and-if not prevented from walking by other Weaknesses,-Can go up and down stairs In 4$ hours after commencing treatment, without fear in regard to their original difficulty. To produce this almost instamancous re!Uf(.iVie patient ia subjected 10 no pain or inconvenience, nnd In eyery insinnte a enre Is performed. Our theory has been critically examined and approved by medical gentlemen of tho highest order,-and to bring this important knowledge before- tlio j profession generally, thai ihey may be convinced of its practical utility, we ard-Kvilling to impart the Modus Operandi to honorable and upright physicians : experience is necessary to successtul treatment. / Tbe success of «tir treatment, in hundreds ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

Tllh. JiOsl' KX'l'RAORDINARY MEDICINE j IN THE V\ORLD. ! Over two l.unilr.d ami buy thousand persons cured of various diseases within the last (Wo years. lt cures I S.rofil'a,. : Dyspepsia, t s.obh.irn U'cers. ' Cosiiueness, i KIT, cts of Mercury, 1 Skin Diseases, Fever Soles, t Liver Complaint, 1 p'.r-, sinelas, ' Dropsy and Gout, 1 Rhiuina'isin, Ririg^orniSc ' t:.jiisiiiii|'i!oii. j (>'.iueers and Tnmors, 1 ne.n-r.il U-biliiy, ! Heart Diseases. ' ";'"j-.Tlie greni beauty of this medicine is, that Ti I ii,-"ver injures ihe consiiiuiioo, aud is always ben--' licial, even lo ihe most delieale, and is ihe only I me.! .-uie ever discovered ihnt creates new, pure ] and rich bio-ul. and th-t. reaches liie b.ine. Tliou-; sands .ire ri ady lo testify/ to i.s many virtues. I GREAT SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE. I K\crv person fbo..ld lake a b.illle, spring and 1,11, lo "regulaic the system and drive out all impu rules. | TAKF. CARE OF YOUR CHILDREN. One banle of Dr. S. P. Towusend's...

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

Administrators Notice. tbVuX.^^^ -:«- ^K"¥^ of Noriha.ni"..n lownship. Lehigh county deceased notice " hereby given to all persons indebted lo said es au to make Immediate naymeni; and those hi. in!' demands against said eslalo will present I em ddly-utlientl-n.ed for settlement, to either of .he undersigned administrators. We unue y N ROM1G, Allenlown. WILLIAM J. ROMIG, Catasauqua. August 8, I860. 6t RAIL ROAD CONVENTION. Notice is hereby given, that a Railroad Convention"_t beheld in the AlIentown Court-house, on the "d day uf October next, at 10 o'clock, A. M\. o? i_ke iiilo consideraiion the prnpriely. of conswuctin- a Rnilmnd. from thjr Schuylkill-Coal nasin to Now York ; arid-to ndflpl aach measures a. to secure the Speedy completion of lhe obiociaud It is recommended (hat Northampton,-Carbon, S-huvlklU nnd Lehigh Counties., will call mcelings ai such times as iluy may deem proper, to nomi naie five delegates, (for each of bind counties) t > meet in said convention....

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

Philadelphia Wardrobe P. II. McNEILLE & CO., PROPRIETORS. Ai the soulhf.asd corner of Sixih and Market streets, where the Schuylkill Bank once siood. stands the " Philadelphia Ward-. robe," lhe most extensive and best conducted doming House in lhe Union, filled to the brim wiih the ln-si ol Clothing, which is disposed of at ttiefollowing prices: • Dress and" Frock Coats tor $1.30 10 SlS.OO' -Overcoats, " - - 2.00 (O 2(1.00 Pnnis, - - . , S7| to 7,0(i Vests, ' . . .50 in t>,00 Those of our readers visiting thp-ity may be os-'' sured that a call at the "Wardrobe" will amply" repay them for their trouble, and leave an Indelible. impression that will make them lusting patrons of ibis celebrated establishment. 1 June 6-3m

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

OFFICE AT THE EAGLE HOTEL, ALLENTOW'N, Has just returned from fhe city of New Yortc,' where he has procured newly-IHTEnted Instiiuments, which greatly facilitate the operation ol re--_ moving Teeth, making it less painful to the patient and more.cxpeduious(» the opernlor. Also; a beautiful assortment of ARTIb ICIAL I P.-.! n, which he is prepared to insert in the mosl clurublo and artistic maimer. Disease' of the gums skilfully treated, Corions Teeth filled. Nerves ol Teeth destroyedicithoutpain; and all operations pertaining to the profession performed wlilientiresallsiaciion and upon moderate lerms. - » . ,V. .*. Refers to the following g.mlerneni residents or Philadelphia andLAllentown: Saml. Geo. Morton. M.-D. E. To*nsend. D,D.S. Henry S. Pniterson, ¦¦ " J. K.-Towi.seno. Dent.' John B. McClellan, * I L: R. Efflcker. Deniist. Charles H. Martin, ".It J. P. Shantz, M.D. Charles L. Martin; %i JohnKomig, Jr. M.DN B.—Teeth and roofs extracted gratuttouslyi when removed for the inser...

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

NOTICE . * IS hereby given that application it-ill be inads' to the next legislature of Pennsylvania, to incorporate a Bank with general discount and other Banking privileges, to be located in the bcrough' of AlIentown, Lehigh county, to be called "The Farmer- and Mechanics - Bank'- at Allentown, with a capital of One Jluudfed Thousand Dollars, with the privilege of Increasing the same to two hundred thousand dollars, and further providing to commence the usual Banking privileges when fifty thousand dollars are paid in. Jonathan Cook, Jonathan Kolb, A. G. Rcningcr, P.Wyckoff, Thos. B. Wilson, Owen Saeger, James F. Kline, ' JesseShalicr, A. A. Wagner, C. H. Samson,' Nathan Dfesher,' . S: Barber,' W.B. Powell, Eph.Grira,, .. . J6-eph Weiss, Elias Mertz, W. Edelmnh, Eli Steckel. July 4,1850. - I " Cm-P"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

A-_13__A2T»ER HAIA'S ROTARY AND PERPENDICULAR Patent Olitmi,* ; The subscribers having bought ot ,S*. P.. RnSsellj, the rielil of said Patent Cliurn.f.ir the counties 6f Lehig'h and Nonlinriiptnn, would .rtspcctfijlly ¦ \p* iorm iho public that in-a short time they will h«V „ , a lorae Supply of lliem 6n hand, y j; , . - . It would ho useless to sav anytmng In pf'.lao <if tlie.Churn. as we feel confident th'ero nr« p ono wi,0 will try H fairly but will say mor6 In lb', favor thaiu we are able ,p P^^ft' ffiffifc REUBEN 5IEYEB, . Ma wffiUuTtrs, Lafisyttta Hoteli. Allfnlown. Pn.. June 13,ns.n tf- Eagle Hotel, . West corner of ihe Market Square ^' AS.I.ENTOWI?, PA. :; ELI STECKEL, Proprietor. 33- Charges moderate. 41 , £Jau. 3-1 y

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

SAYBROOK SHAD. v -I riHALP BARRELS No. 1. new SaybrooS 1U Mess Shud jitst received, and, for .alo by GRIM & UE-UNGEU. Allciitown July tl, 1850. ^ ; Jl_ ^ fihe LehiGh County Teachers' Association, «ill meet, in the Court House at Alllentown on Salurday;the Mlh ofSeptembcr, at 10 e'c!°ckAM'. C!R. KESSLER, Cor. Sec'y,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

MAftfttAGE.: W_Pf SO OFTEW TJTNHA"-^> THE CAUSES AND THE REMEDY! ^Iasi and many a wife endures years bodily tnltcring and of mental anguish, prostrate and hclpicss, embittering her life, that of her husband; and hazarding the future welfare of her children, arising from causes which, tyi-iow, would have spared tho suffering, tho -anguish to tho wife, and to the hu_r baud embarrassments and pecuniary difficulties having their origin in the-ftiind being weighed.down and harassed in consequence of the sickness of tho companion of his bosom. ' ¦ v How important th_C__*_9l causes should bo known to every wife, to every husband, that the dreadful and harrowing consequences to the health and happiness of both may be avoided! Life is too short and health too precious to admit any portion of the one to he spent without the full .njoyment of the other. The timely possession of a'little work ontifled as follows has been the means of saving the health and the life of thousands, as ...

Publication Title: Allentown Democrat
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Allentown Democrat — 12 September 1850

THE MARRIED WOMAN'S Private Medical Companion. BY DR. A. M. MAUIUCEAU, " PROFESSOR OT DISEASES OP WOMEN. cficcnticlh Edition, lBmo.y pp. 2j0. Price, $ .00. .THIS WORK IS INTENDED ESPECIALLY-FCTR THE MARR7ED,ar those contempla. ling mnrrince, as it discloses important secrets wliich should be known to them particnlarlv. Here, every female—the vrif<_\ tlio mother—tlio one either budding into womanhood, or the -one in the decline of years, in whom nature contemplates on important change—-can discover the causes, symptoms, rind tlie most efficient remedies and most certain mode of cure, in every complaint to which her Bex is subject. The revelations coataincd in its pa^es have proved n Wessjuc to thousands, tip the innumerable letters received by the anthor (which he is permitted by the writers to publish) will attest. SICKLY AKD UNHAPPY WIVES. ICxlracl of a Letter frctn a Gentleman in Dayt-on^ O. '¦ Dayton, May ]*, 1347. " Dr. A. M. Mauriceac—ui/jr Dear Sir: ' The Marrie...

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