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

Bank of ChCNter County. \ - Jasiuut IS, 1848, $ THE public are notified that thn money I stolen from the President of thisSank has not been recovered, and that the Bank has issued newlnotea, differing from the old aa follows, to wit: i The Fives, Tens, and Twenties, have printed, in lied ink) on the backs, a combination, lathq work design, with thu amount of the notes in figures,and the words <( Now Issue " across the middle jof the design. ! The Fifties and Hundreds, of former issues, were printed in black ink—the new issues are printed in red ink. \ The Vivo Hundreds have for the Vignette ! three male figures in the front of the picture, one of them sitting on a block of stone—a medallion head, with 500 on it, to the right of the vignette. The left end of the note has a head of Washington^ with 500 above and below. The right^nd has !a .full length female figure, representing Cteres standing on a square lathe work blockwith the figures pOO in it. These are printed in b...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

0elcct Poetry. "When is the Time to Die? I asked the glad and happy child, Whose hands were filled with flowers, Whose silvery laugh rang free and wild Among the vine-wreathed bowers $ I crossed her sunny path, and cried ie When is the time to die V " Not yet! not yet!" the child replied, And swiftly bounded by. I asked a maiden ; back she threw The tresses of her hair ; Grief's traces o'er her checks I knew, Like pearls they glistened there: A flush passed o ' er her sunny brow, I heard her spir it sigh : " Not now," she cried, "O no. ' not now, Youth is no time to die !'T I asked a mother, as she pressed, Her first born in her arms, As gently on her tender breast, She hushed her babe ' s alarms; In quivering tones her accents came—Her eyes were dim with-.tears ; "My boy his mother's lifetoust claim ' For many, many years."* I questioned one in manhood's prime, ¦ Of proud and fearless air; His brow was furrowed not by time, Or dimmed by woe or care. .' In angry accents he rep...

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

( oiiNimipUon, Autumn, UnmcliitiH, Spitting HI nnd. Pain in thn bide, imd hrniiHt, Sum Thnuit, lI(i;iis(:iiess,P;ilpatatinn nf* thn Heart, Wlinoping Cniitfli.. Hives, Nnrvouu TromorH, I/ivnr Complaintj and UUcnsctl Kidncyf, nro radically cured, by Tluiinpson ' s Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptlin, A LTilOUCin tlie great iliuility of Pulnionury Diseases, at this time shows that thero arc particular cases that render still too applicable the designation, appvobia medicorum—the disgrace of physicians—to this call of diseases; and that there are stages in'thcir progress, which having once been reached, recovery is doubtful. Still no one should despair. The writings of physicians, who have given to these affections particular attentiun. abound with many recorded cases of recovery when the patient had reached a seeming hopeless stage of the disease ; and there is at this; time, a remedy prepared in Philadelphia which has met with the jinost triumphant and cheering suqeess in tli...

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

The United State' * ClotUiiAr Store. -"Sign of the striped coat, by REUBEN ElU!EN,No, 35 North Queen street, corner nf GranROi one square from tlie Court House, East s id B,°$«an caster, Pa. J ^11 HIS mammoth establishment, now contains by ¦ |far the largest and cheapnstassnrtmcntof men' s and boys ' well, made, clothing in the city of Lancaster, and will positively not bt; undersold by any other. The stock includes eve,ry description of clothing worn at the present day. The most fashionable, as'well as tho most plain, so that all tastes may be suited. The subscriber being a practical ana experienced tailor, gives his entire personal attention to the business, and has every garment made under his immediate inspection by the best workmen in the State, and aj. he buys all his goods in the .Eastern cities for casli, can confidently recommend the inhabitants of Lancaster city and county, one and all, to call at the '-' ¦ ¦ SIGN OF THE STRIPED COAT, and convince * themselves that i...

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Hiram Kendig, to. the Mayor ' s Court of the city of Lancaster, now in sessionfor a license to keep a public house of entertainment at the sign of the *'Globe, " /Uny^-th Oueen street, in the city of Lancaster—it^rer^an'old stand. s We, the undersignedcitizens of the North West ward in the city of Lancaster, where said inn or tavern is proposed to be kept, do certify that the said inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain, strangers and travellers, and that we are we)l acquainted with the said Hiram Kendig, and that he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. Edw. W. Hutter, W. Kirkpatrick, Char ' es Boughter, George Ford, Jno. Dougherty, J. Howctt, C. Hager, H. W. Gundaker, Henry E. Muhlenberg, H. Scherff, N. C. Scholfield, B. Johnson, Wm. Duchman. [Feb. 22, 1848—3t-4 I N THE MATTER of the intended ap...

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

n. o. Ilickok, fSwcmor to mckakfCantintJ BOOK 8INDEB * and Jllank Hook Manufacturer , HarrUburg t Pa, THE Bubficriber respectfull y 'informs hia friends and the public, that he ia no\*f carrying on the above business in the old' s land, formerly occupied by Hick ok & Cantine, As the building has for the last eight years been conducted by him, he flatters himself that, by caroful attention to-business, he will merit nnd still receive a continuance of the patronage so liberally enioyed by the old firm. Particular attention will be paid to the ruling and binding of every description of BLANK BOOKS, for banks, county offices, merchants, and private individuals, Buch as Discount Ledgers, General dp,, Discount Note Books, Check Books, Tellers ' Statements, TicklerB, Scratches, Weekly Statements, Letter Books, Cash Books, Copy Books, Judgment Dockets, Appearance do., Quarter Sessions do., Execution do.. Election do., Orphans^ Court do., Naturalization do., Sheriff's do., Just...

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

Lawyers. A large number of young gentlemen have recently been admitted to the practice of law h*N. York. The preliminary examination by the law- \ yers, who must certify that the candidates are well ' ¦ read in law, is very thorough, as will be seen by questions put to each, with their answers) which we append: , - I Examiner—Do you smoke, sir 1 Candidate—I i do, sir. Ex.—Havp you a spare cigar? !Can.— j Yes, sir, (extending a short six.) Ex.—Now, sir, ! what is the first duty of the lawyer? Can.—To ! collect . ¦ -Ex.—-Right—what's the second!—Can.—To increase the number of his clienta Ex. —When does your position toward your.cliettt : change i Can.—When. I am. making up. a bill of costs. Ex.—Explain. Can.—We then occupy antagonist positions. I assume the character of plaintiff—and he becomes defendant. Ex.—A suit decided, how do you stand with the lawyer conducting the other bill ? Can.—Cheek by jowl.— Ex.-r-Enoiigh, sir, you promise to be an ornament to the profession, and I...

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

The Battle of life. ; ' We have often been impressed by the deep significance of the phrase which Dickens has given as a title to one of his Christmas storiesj "The Battle of Lile. *T It is full of solemn meanings—All our hours, from the cradle to the grave, are but a series of antagonisms. Hunger, fatigue, s^cknesF, . temptation, sin, remorse, sorrow—these are the strong povenfwith which, ve-must wage cbntiritf-; al war. Foes beset- tts- from without and from. " within, and make life one long and eacnesti'baltle-.. ¦ But there are victories to be won on the field, mocr ' . glorious than those which crimsoned Marathon ! and! Waterloo. Evil habits may be subduedfiery passions brought under the control of princi-; plef—temptations resisted—self-denial cheerfully | sustained, and life itself consecrated to tiigh and holy purposes. To triumph over the infirmities of a perverted nature, and render life, once deformed j by passion and stained by sin, beautiful with Jove- 1 made mani...

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

Spreclier & Rohrer 's Cheap Hard-Ware Store. HARDWA RE, Glass, Paints, Oils, and Varnishes at that long established stand, East King st.. Lancaster, formerly occupied by llowett & Kricder, a few doors east of the Court House, next door to the Drug Store of James Smith, and opposite Geo. Mcssonkop ' s Hotel, which they have recently taken and where they will carry on the business. They most respectfully beg leave to invite the attention of their friends and acquaintances to their stock of Hardware, which they have just opened and will sell at the most reasonable prices, including every variety of Iron and Steel, Latches, Locks. Bolts, Hinges, Screws, and all kinds of building materials, every description of Files, Blacksmith's Bellows, Saddlery, best warranted Edge Tools, Planes, and Veneers. Also a complete assortment of CEDAR WARE, such as tubs, bucketsbutter churns, together with every article in their line. They will keep constantly on hand every variety of ...

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

The <lny of election wnn named, oik) it may lie easily surmiieil opinloni were. various at to tip persons who would be chojen, Tho merits of the candidates were equal. There were nino councillors and the burgomaster. After the usual display Of eloquence, Ji). which the. qualifications of the candidates were Iflmply portrayed, the votes were equal, each candidate having three- The casting vote rested with th> burgomaster. He was sorely puzzled, pltfced his finger on his nose, and seemed to sum up with the1 requisite, gravity. At this critical moment the landlord of the Golden C^lf entered the council room. " Herr, " said he, in a whisper, "I ' entreat you to give the appointment of physician: to the Allopathist; his ticket is undoubted; besides, unless he is chosen I shall be left unpaid. His purse is empty." '• Yes, yes," said the burgomaster," you have reason on your side. The apothecary, too, is in his favor. Millesimal doses and wet blankets are his aversion; they...

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

Notice to Distillers, AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. WHE REAS, I, Jacob Weitzel, of the city of Lancaster, coppersmith, have received by letters Patent, recorded in the Patent office in the city of Washington, certain useful improvements in the construction of Stills, which improvements consist of an additional tub, called a. doubling tub, which is placed partly above the still, in which tub the doubler is inclosed, the beer which is pumped into the upper tub passes down by a plug pipe into the doubling tub, where it is brought to a boiling state before it is let into the still, which pipe is opened or stopped when requisite by means of a plug made of wood, copper, or any other material. What I claim as my improvements arc tjic above described doubling tub and the plug by ^hich the beer passes from one tub to the other, or"?fcwn the tul) into the still. Having received information,amounting to proof, that my patent for the above described improvements has been violated by severa...

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

Dr. Roby's Brazilian Hair Curling liquid. j \\r HAT thousands of chemists have long been T V experimenting upon, but without suc'cqhb, has, at length been accomplished by Df, Roby, of Phil adelphia. To prepare an article in liquid form, free from oil, or greasy or stipky tjub,s,t&nc,ps, which will curl the hair without changing its ijjolor and weakening the bulbs, has Ipng been the! study o. our most celebrated chemists. TJiis useiful art is alone combined in Dr. Roby' s Brazilian ijtair Curling Liquid, which ensures to every body f( the flowing ringlet and the Etching curl. " ! Prepared only by Storbs & Co., sole proprietors, 21 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. " \ Sold by ZAHHJ S^JACtfBON aug 17 '47-29-ly] North Queen St., Lancaster. Davis & CUew, I CABINET WARE-ROOMS, No. 276, fi Secondst West side, PhilafyipMa. \ < .. "' HOUSEHOLD GOODS, cheap and of good quality—^such as Beds, Bedsteads, Bureasj Chairs, Tables, &c. Cash paid for O...

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

A voi 11 <iir* BintM sff.-rrThere is much good sortso ill the following, which, though old, deserves to ba repeated at least once a year: > -IT anything in thu world will make a man f«et badly, except pinching his fingers in the crack pf a door, it is a quarrel. No man ever fails lO: think less of himself after, than he did before one ; it degrades him in the eyes of all; and,what is worse; blunts his sensibility to disgrace, oit the ope hand, and increases his temper and passionate irritability on the other. The truth is, the more. quietly and peaceably we all got on, the bettei--the Better for ourselves, the better for our neighbors. .-•In nine cases out-of ten, the wisest course is, if; a naaif cheat you, quit dealing with him; if he.be abusive^ quit his company; if he slatuta you, take care W live so that nobody will believe him. No matter who he is, or how he misuses you, the wisest Avay is just to let him alone; for there is nothing better than this .cool, calm...

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

FashldHsbie—JEajl and Winter Clothing. ¦Call at the New Clothing Establishment, West King street, between Cooper & Lichty*s and C. llagur ' s store, opposite to Steinman & Son ' s Hardware store. E LICHTYMerchant Tailor, has always an # hand a stock of ready made clothing, of the cheapest and best to be had in the city. He would call attention to the following articles, and feels assured will be able to give general satisfaction to all. who will favor him with their, custom. His stock consists in part as follows: \ Dress and Frock Coats, Cassimere Pants; Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, Vests of all kinds, Drawers, Suspenders, &c. together with every article of clothing for gentlemen's and boys ' wear, which he will sell at the very lowest rates. Cloths, CassimereS, and Vcstings always on hand. Having just received the New York and Philadelphia Spring and Summer Fashionshe is prepared to attend to customer ' s work, which will be warranted to be done in t...

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

Statistics of Lowkll.—Thiere arc now Jn this flourishing New England city, ^welvemanufacturing corporations, having an aggregate capital stock of$12,IK 1,000,and employing 12,030 haridij, Whose Weekly wages, clear of all board, amount to $16,-' 1 in. There arc tivo Institutions Ibi* Savings^the Lowell artd the eity—where theii- operatives debositedj during the veuf ending April iiu, 1847) $8q6f MllO ; tlilt'tJ Imiib, having an aggregate tntflital Of ^unO jDtiUj and a Mutual tneuftniet? e^iwpanyi which Imp lii'pn highly $ut!e&siul in its dji^rttibhV The pef&jh* prnpltwrnl in the sevefiii JimtuilHtHur: iiig-tfetiibliiihiiieiitd have Mum to a library M liiuo - vulumti?, htjhm&ii jf to the <.; ify; A hu§pal \m . Ih»ph MstiililUFiwl inMtie sick ami disftbteuV The ¦ VitHnu* tiit'fwifM pmfliigM, weekly? tin ap^iate el: l^yti.uiitiyiifilti Mt: uouoii awl* y? , H!Ji ef weelen ¦Iklirh's, in wliit-h iwi, iiiiii pounds of the mw m\$» riiil tire rnutiiimftl: T!ik...

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

A Rare Chance! rf^HFi subscriber offers nt private sale, his .„. _L STORE STAND and DWKJ J.fiVU llUUf% B| attached, situate In Centre St|U(tfcj Mount JuvJyieL This property is |ifwimnifutl by nil tit lip tl*-rTittt;tlIy tliP linst PtttrP stiUttl Hi liitnUitStPr fnHntvi nml liiis tit?nh ordUJijetl its SUe'll flit1 thn lilat left year'Mi Alstti \iPHvtih JlmtHngi with a shitt* iittnuhtul, uhieli W-IHild Illitlttt H it VefJf lli'sifilljlt! prtljtfcrLy l\jf it RiitU ijIfrVi M i\\U Sftjtl a||i|j, llii* liPfUl HiiHIjUHit ita gUI-ll !iii: ii mitiiliHf Hfyfiiifg, tn: wiy itiliPr" nitwliniiiat m il U urn* tir ' llie \m[ tUiimls iii llm villas Alsm it IWHtimti LiiMiiiiJilih'iiu1 (. ¦ ¦ i'h!Hii=siHii itiyrnliitii^iiiF itflipr liH^hi^b nitMh OitiiliMC'l^l with Him Huh'-iiiuh Tllflsi* lillllillllfi IIFflpitriitiJ* ilFM Iflf'illH ill '\ |llfiil$= IMlf fill)] (tf'litFtll piirtfir III" YillilLH* III' Mnlilll Jny, mill will Iim sitltl e ' nht'r aupaniMy of tHu«tltvFi'iJ 4u«irf>ll by t||f...

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

Lancaster intelligencer, PFT»J,IHHKJ> RVKBT TPXUUY X0BS150, BYE, W. HUTTER. Office in(( Union Court," in the rear of the Market House, adjoining Centre Square, - TERMS: Subscription.—Two dollars per annum, payable in advance; two twenty-five, if not paid within six months; and two fifty, if not paid within the year. No subscription discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Editor. ' ¦ Advertisements.—Accompanied by the CASH, and not exceeding one square, will be inserted three times for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. Those of a greater length in. proportion. Job Printing.—Such as Hand Bills, Posting Bills, Pamphlets, Blanks, Labels, &c, &c., exceuted with accuracy and at the shortest notice.

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

E. M. IIAH3SRlGirr9 "]\/TERCHANX TAILOR, would most rcspectlYJL fa11 ? inform his friends and tho public that he has received at his room, fur a number of years occupied by Got!nib Ilaltmch, deceased, as a shoo store , in North Queen street, next door to the Examiner & Herald office, a large assortment of ready made CLOTHING, of every variety, cut and made in the latest fall and winter stylns. He would also inform his friends and the public that he pays particular attention to customer work, and is prepared to make to tmler all articles in his line, iu the latest and most fashionable style, and on the most reasonable terms. Scouring and Renovating attended to on the shortest notice. He pledges himself to give satisfaction to all who may wish garments renovated and scoured. He dnsires to present his acknowledgements/fur past favors and solicits a continuance of the publje favor. ^ K. M.MAMBRIGHT. September 21, 1S47. 35-tf

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

IN T1IK MATTER uf tho intended application of Mary Mouoonknp, to 1 tho Mnynr ' tt Court ol the city uf'Laiicudtcr, now id sc«niuti, for license tti continue keeping tho Imi, -sign of the " Uluek Hear,'' in East King street, city of Lancaster—it being an old stnml. ; We, the undersigned, citizens of tho city of Lancaster, where tho said.inn or tavern is proposed to be kept,do certify that the snid inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate tlie public ami entertain strangers and travellers, and that we nre well acquainted with the said Vlary \lessenkop, mid that she is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and'eouveni ences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. G. M. Zahm, C. F. Laise, Gol. Jacob Hostetter, Ilostetter & Beates, G. W. Smith, C. Kieffer,. John fleck, J. F. Heinitsh, Geo. P. Klugh, Christian Shertz, John N. Lane, Wm. M. Sample. Feb. 22, 1848. 3t-4

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

Hints F011 Mekchaxts.—Be satisfied with moderate gains. ' Confine your business to a reasonable amottit, based upon your actual means. : f J Beware of long credits. : ' " Keep cleiir of banks. ~ '' ]..", Buy your goods as your customers want them. Be tempted to no operations out of your regular trade, ¦ ¦ ^ Keep down your expenses. ,i ¦' ; : Avoid repudiators. .. 1 > ' Eschew speculation in every form. \ Keep steady and rational, and the breeze that has now set in will carry ship and cargo safe to port in good time, without studding sails Or sky scrapers.—N. ¥. Express. _ , -... - ... . < 1 m m ii

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