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

Cu'.nmcmat Uc&^nj)/ PIIILADF.LP1M \ MAUKKT. nr.vjF. '.v run the wtf.k f.ndin.. vr.nm-ARY - G. FI-Ol'K. k MKAL.—Tli.- stuck cf iill kin.U is li'irltt, ;tti(! t!ir ui-irki't ! * ?r FJmir (luring JJk* wpoU h;:.-- !if<Mi sioiidv, v.-itli ;i very nindenito riMinif. tor exports. Alioui ^0110 !.h!s wore taken ;il s ' .r i.7.'> fur fiiir MtiNfil brands, inckuiiim :i part ili-livnrcd :it ilial nne. Hrandywiiie is hrld ;it stj p.-r bbl ; thf market shows an increased de<rruf of limHie^ ;n tho close of the wt'fk; fur city consumption them h;is been a fnir ni'jtiiry. ;uid sules ruii'^c ;it s.r).75 a /) ,-S.7.j lor common ami good, and £6 ;; (>,;")<) fur exini and ihncv western brands. Rvp Flour is in moderate request, ft-i.00 ' ui generally asked, arid s;j.s7; bid ; we hear of no lame sulfis; Corn ineai lias also been enquired for, and sales reach about 25000 bills. Pcnna. at $2.37-i-, closing, steady. GRAIN.—The stock of Wheat is;light and irenf...

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

Estate of Henry Glngerich. \ In the Court of Common Pleat for Ihe MWifj; W Lancaster. ' ' " ¦ - {- WHEREAS, John Forney, trustee of said Henry Gingcrich, did on the 24th day of Januirj*, 1848, file in the office of the Prothonotary of tie said Court, his Account of the said Estate: '>T Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the said Estate, thstthe said Court have appointed the 20th day of March, 1848, for the confirtiition thereof, unless exceptions be filed. [ Attest, - J. H. KURTZ' , Proth'y:! Prothonotary's Office, 1 . ! Lancaster, Feb. 8, 1848. J ': '[ 3-tti Estate of Christopher Brenner, deceased. . j T ETTERS of Administration upon the Estate if I i Christopher Brenner, late of the township anil county of Lancaster, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in thei city of Lancaster—all persons having claims against tho said Es~ late are requested to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement; and all persons hidebted to ...

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of James Laird, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaw£r county, April Sessions, 1848,: for license to keep an inn or tavern in. Mount Joy township, it being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens o! the township of Mountjoy, 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 arid travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the said James Laird, and that he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. John Brandt, jr., Henry Kurtz, Abrm. Sherer, Jacob Nissley, Henry Bishop, Augustus Hayesj David Hershey, Samuel S. Grosh, George Shuman, A. S. Hackman, Jacob Kaufman, H. G. Stoner, Sara'l. Deyer, Robert Richardson, John Brentz, John Nissley,. James Moore. [Feb. 29, 1848-3t.5 XN ^ THE MATTER of the intended application JL*&gt...

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

Tn;THE MATTER of the intended application JL off Christian Shertz, to the Mayor 's Court of the city;of Lancaster, now in session, for a license to continue keeping a public house, at the sign of the " Exchange Hotel"—being an old stand. \ye, the undersigned citizens of the South East Wa(d where said inn or tavern is proposed t'obe kept, do certify, that the said inn or tavern is necessary'to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with' the said Christain Shertz, and that he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for accommodation of strangers and travellers. Amos Slaymaker, John A. Hiestaud, Samuel E. Hench, Win. M. Sample, J. F. Heinitsh, George Rogers, G. A. Whitaker, John Moss, Robert A. Evans, P. K. Breneman, George P. Klugh, John N. Lane. [Feb 29—5-3t IIj THE MATTER of the intended application of John Roth, to the Cout of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county...

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

|"N THE MATTER of the intended *pplic*tion I of Ann Plets, to the Court of Quarter Suiioni of Uncutor county, April 8eniom9 1848, for 11-cflue-to keep a UTernin Eliubethtbwn, Lancaster county, tign of the Black Hone, being an olditasd. We, the undersigned, eitiieu of the Borough of Eliiabcthtown, where laid inn or teTorn U proposed to b« kept, do certify, that the said inn or tarern ia necessary to accommodate the public and eatertain strangers and traveller*, and that we are well acquainted with the said Ann Plett, and that the is of good repute for honesty and temperanceand ia well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and traYellera Jacob RedBecker, A. Green await, J. Schaeffear, Sebastian Keller, B. F. Baer, John Lynch, Daniel Balmer, Isaac Redaecker, Joseph Buchanan, James Bryan, Samuel Redaecker, C.G.Huber, JohnFoltx, Christian. Hoffman. [Feb. 29, 1848-31-5 IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Hugh Fitzpatrick, to the Mayor ' ...

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

Three of Meyer's First Premium Piano-Fortes, {¦ FOR SALE IN THE CITY OF LANCASTER. rpHESE instruments aro highly approyed of by th* X most eminent Prqfcnors and Corapoten of Mo-•ic in this and other cities. : ¦ For qualities of tone, touch and keeping in tone upon Concert pitch, they cannot be surpassed by either American or European Pianos. j Suffice it to say that Henry Heri and other celebrated Pianists, have given these instruments preference over all others. They have also received the first notice of the three last Exhibitions, and the last Stiver Medal by the Franklin Institute in 1843,nra»awarded to them, which, with other premiums from the same source, may be seen at the Ware-room, No. 52 south Fourth street. -' - r Another Silver Medal was awarded to C. Meyer, b y the Franklin Institute, Oct. 1845, for the best Piano in the exhibition. < Again—at the exhibition of the Franklinlnstitute, Oct. 1846, the first premium and medal was awarded to C. Meyer, for his Pi...

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

" Tloffa County fbr 3uciianan. Oorrreipondenea of thi Pmiihv'* i|l|Bn- - " : '" Viiubobo * Feb.'22, 1848. "Our Democratic County Convention hai jurt adjourn^-every township, but two, being fldly representei The vote on the Presidency was twenty-nine for Bucbahaw—all; others twelve. Hon, Jos ah Buswstm., the elector from this CpngresBional district, in 1844, was elected the delegate to the Democratic State Convention, and instructed for Bvcbavax i and Bssbt Shbbwood and J. P. Masill, Esqr 's ^ appointed a committee of conference to meet the conferees from Bradford county, to select a Senatorial delegate to the same body. ** The contest has been a most animated one—"Wilwot flooding our whole county with his assaults upon Mr. BocHijiAS, Mr! Ritchib, and with all varieties of-slanders against the Secretary of State, circulated by the Bradford Reporter ^ aqjLits ally here. TTiefTesult is as you have seen. Our noble ^and intelligent Democracy, always ready to support their represent...

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

of to Longenecker & Co., /"^ALL the attention the public their large \_y and splendid assortment of Dry Goods. The mercantile relations in which they stand' enable them to compete with any in their business. To the low price of their goods, (which arel selected with great care and taste,) is united the. greatest variety in styles of all that is- new and desireable. Their stock of STAPLE AND FANOY DRY GOODS is the largest in the city. There is a great range for the indulgence of the fancy, and it is with pleasure they can assert there are few of those' who have favored them with a call that have left unsatisfied. » [nov 16 '47-42-tf Xew Supply of Boots & snoes:aA* Gum Shoes, &c. f VI T HE subscriber has just received a new ^**. supply of Boots, Shoes, Gum Shoes, &c, at his stand, in North Queen Street, two doors above the Post Office, to which he invites the attention of his patrons and the public in general. He has a supply of Gum Shoes of eve...

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

Carpets, Floor Cloths and Hanging's.| (\f\ PIECES Ingrain Venetian and Cotton Car-U\J pets, embracing a number of new patterns and comprising an assortment perhapscqual to any yet offered in this city. Also, 4-4 6-4 8-4 Floor Oil Cloths, Figured Woollen Floor Cloths, Paper Hangings with Borders to match. 6-4 8-4 12-4 Linen and Muslin Sheeting, and a great assortment of Spring Goods now open and for sale by Feb. 15—3t-3.] C. HAGER & SON. Sugar, C'oftee, &c. 1 Q IIHDS. New Orleans and Cuba Sugar. J. O 70 bbls. low priced sugar. 23 bbls. white crushed sugar. 10 hhds. sugar house molasses. 500 lbs. bed feathers. 200 busheln cloverseed. For sale by C. HAGER & SON. Feb. 15, 1848. 3t-3 IVew Goods. T HE subscribers arc opening a full assortment o Fall and Winter Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which will be offered at the lowest market prices. ALSO—Loveriug ' s Syrup Molasses in hhds. and bbls. Lovering ' s Crushed and Pulverised Sugars. Low priced Brown Sugars. ...

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

I N THE MATTER of tho intended application jsf Jacob F. Knutz, to the Mayor's Court at Ap'il Sessions, 1S-1S, for license to keep.an inn or tavern in Manor street, in the city of Lancaster, sig i of (Jen. La Fayctto, being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of tho ward where sai<l 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 traveller^, and that we are well acquainted with the said Jaijob F. Kautz, and that he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is provided with house room and conveniences for the accom.uodatioji of strangers and travellers. Reuben Shirk, Bcnj. Kautz, Fred. Oeffncr, Jacob Knlitz, Jacob Kautz, sr., Jacob Friend, Israel Kautz, Jo f in S. Blanks, Henry Gast., Samuel Huber, Joseph Kaliitz, jr., Wm. Kautz. [Feb. 29, 1848-3t-o of T^N" TJJE MATTER the intended application _|_1|of Henry Kendit;,. to the Mayor's Court at April Sessions, 1S4S, ...

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

Fall Fashions. D SHULTZ, Hatter, No. 19t North Qaeewst., , would respectfully inform his friends an&tho public that he has just received irom NewYorkand' Philadelphia the latest Fall and Winter Fashions,, and wili be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at the shortest notice. ' • As all hia. Hats arc manufactured under hie immediate superintendence, he feels warranted in"sayihg, that for durability and finish they cannot be surpassed by any establishment in this or any other city in the Union. His stock consists of Beaver, Nutria, Brush, Russia, Cassimere, Moleskin, Silk, &c. &c. which he will dispose of at the lowest prices. Call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. CAPS, CAPS! . His assortment of Caps is one of the most extensive in the city and he is adding to itr.daily. ; Customers may rest assured'that they will be suited, as he has carefully selected his stock from the largest assortments in New York and Philade...

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

Enterprise Boarding School. rTUIE subscriber having been frequently solicited, I has now mode an arrangement in bis school for the accommodation of Boarders, either boys or girls, after the first of May next : :] -f . -' f* Instruction will be given in all . the customary branches of an English Education, such as Readings Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, History, Chemistry, Philosophy, Botany, Elocution, ' Al y gebra, and Mathematics; Alsoin Phonograph ^ Pitman ' s beautiful system of Short-hand Writing, adapted,to all purposes of business and correspondence, as well as for accurate verbatim reporting'. Pupils will be furnished with all such books as they desire, at the usual retail prices. School to commence on the. first day of May. The price for Board, Tuition and Washing, for one Quarter of« 13 weeks, will be $26—one half payable in advance. '. The location is in the Village of Enterprise, on the Columbia Railroad, 7 miles east of the city of Lancaster. j For furth...

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

Estate of Dr. Abr'm. Breneman, ¦ Sr., deceased. T ETTERS of Administration upon the estate ot j Dr. ABRAHAM BRENEMAN, Sr., Iateoftha city of Lancaster, deceased, having been granted to, the undersigned, residing in the township of East; Hcmpiield, in the county of Lancaster, all persons having claims against said estate are requested to' present them properly authenticated for settlement; and all persons indebted'to said estate are desired to make immediate payment to , HENRY M. REIGART, Adm'r. Jan. 25, 1848. ' ' 6t-53 Estate of Dr. Abr'm. Breneman, Jr., deceased. T ETTERS of Administration upon the estate o ; Dr. ABRAHAM BRENEMAN,Jr., late of tho city of Lancaster, deceased, have been granted to Anna Breneman, residing in the city of Lancaster, and to Henry M. Reigart, residing in' the township of East Hempfield, in the county of Lancaster. All persons having .claims against said estate are requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement ,* and all persons ind...

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

-? 'f "¦• ¦imffiiSffiRBiFW' ' estate or RiidoliOi Kaomuan W m> e«ai ¦ VOMmM^i&ftV^itl'ASMl'V • Unanttri ¦ '• '"* TTTHEaEA8 Jtcob B. G«bM, Committee of the TT ponon »nd enateof Mid RodolDh Kmufimn (anliabitaal dTOnk«d,)Jidro thTlli ' dJ?^]^ ruary, 1848, file in tba office of ftB pS&Sotw of the Mid Court, his account of the wid Brtite : Notice is . hereby given to all penon. inSteilod in the laid estate, that the nid conn have appoii ted the 20th day of March, 1848, for the coifinaation thereof, onleis exceptiona be filed. ' j Attest, J.: H. KURTZ, Proth'j. Prothonotary' u Office, J . : *. jAncaster, Feb. 15,1848.J ' ' I'Mt ¦¦ • ¦ ¦ _. HTottce. ¦ - - ; ¦ I AN Election of the Stockholders of the .Colimbia, Marietta & Portsmouth Bailroad Company, will be held at the White Sw»n Hotel, in jho borough of Marietta, on Monday, March 20th, i8< B, at 2 o ' clock, P. M., for the purpose of electing cue President, six Managers, and one Treasurer, ! t...

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

Mr. Jefferson on Borrowing. . In 1813, when the ' Government of the United States was under the necessity of borrowiag large sums of money, and when its credit was seriously impaired, Mr. Jefferson, in a letter to .Mr. Kppes,. chairman ot the committee of ways and means of the House of Representatives, recommended the .following rule as a guide forall governments which were disposed to cherish their credit: ct It is a wise rule and should be fundamental in a goverament disposed to cherish its credit, and at the same time to restrain the use of it within the limits of its faculties, never to borrow a dollar without laying a tax in the same instant for paying the interest annually, and the "principal within a given time; and to consider that tax as pledged to the creditors on the public faith. On such a pledge as this, sacredly observed, a government may always command, on a reasonable interest, all the lendable money of their citizens, while the necessity of an equivalent tax i...

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

Appointing Relatives to Office. The illustrious Jeffehsox, whose writings will forever constitute an inexhaustible spring of political -wisdom, uttered the following clear, forcible, and patriotic language on the moral impropriety of appointing kinsmen to lucrative stations. We extract it from Tucker's Life of Jefferson, where it appears in a letter written to a friend: " Bringing into office no desire of making it subservient to my own private interests, it has been no sacrifice, by postponing them, * to strengthen the confidence of my fellow-citizens. But I have not felt equal indifference towards excluding merit from office, merely because it was related to me. However, I have thought it my duty to do so, that my constituents pnay be satisfied, that, in selecting persons for the [management of their affairs, I am injluenced by neither personal nor family interests—and especially that the field of public office will not be perverted by me into a FAMILY PROPERTY. On this su...

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

Farmers' UaiiK of Lancaster, > FEiinuAitT '22 , 1S48. $ At a meeting of the Directors held this day,Geo. H Krug, Esq., having resigned- as President, C. H;iger,Esq , was unanimously elected to that office. Whereupon, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted': Resolved, That the Directors of the Farmers ' Bank of Lancaster have received with deep and unfeigne'd sensation tho resignation of George H. Krug, Ksn , their late President Resolved, That in yielding to the severance by him of his connexion with the administration of this Institution, his late colleagues cannot forego the occasion of expressing their warm sense of regard for his virtues, his estimable character, his; uniform courtesy of ¦manners, and the ability and integrity with which lie has presided over its affairs. Resolved, That we tender to him, on behalf of ourselves and the stock-holders, our sincere thanks^ for his long and faithful services, and our best wishes for his future prosperity an...

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

Public Sale. ON Friday, March lOthj 1848, will be sold by public vendue, at the late residence of Christopher Brenner, deceased, : j n Lancaster township., near the Columbia turnpike, about one mile from the city of Lancaster, the following personal property, late estate of said deceased, to wit: One Horse Poney,'16 Fat Steers, and one large fat Steer, supposed to weigh about 1600 pounds, Viilch Cows, five young Steers, and one Bull Calf, one narrow-wheeled wagon, with beda one-horse wagon, a two-horse Sleigh, a two-horse Carriage, a Bucgy and Harness, one broad-wheeled Ox Cart, and one Farm Cart, Ploughs, Harrows, a Windmill, hay by the ton, cornfodder by the bundle, an apple mill, a hn.nd rolling screen, about 150 bushels of oats, also two eight-day clocks and cases, one large cooking stove, a sofa, tables, together with a great variety of other articles, of farming utensils, household and kitchen furniture too tedious to enumerate; Sale to commence -at 10 o ' clock, A. M., ...

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

Great Bargains. DR. & C. A. EHLER, have jusi opened at their cheap cash f>ry rJoodti sinre, in ihe National House building, Nonh Queen street,a splendid aseonrnent of Ciolhs of all colors. Black and Fanty Cassimeres. . Cussinelti. Veslings of (very description. —ALSO—Plaids of everv description, Cashmeres, Mouslin de Lain en, Alpbchna. Shawls, Flannels, Tickings and Checks. Hosiery and Gloves, &c. &c. The public are. invjted io call and exa-nii-o their stock os ihey are determined to sell at a eniatt ad* vanco for cash DANIEL R EHLER, C, AMANDUS EHLER. oct 19 ¦ . : 38

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

Slate for Sale. ALL persons wishing to roof either new or old buildings with slate are hereby informed that the subscribers have now on hand at their-quarries at Peach Bottom,. Lancaster county, a large quantity of ROOFING SLATEof a superior quality ; also a proportion of second quality ; all of which they will dispose of on very accommodating terms, either by the ton or by the square when put on the roof. Persons wishing to roof buildings of any description can always be supplied at the shortest notice by culling on the undersigned partner, at his Mills, near (rnshen post office, Fulton township, in pqrson, or address him by letter, directed to that office, and they will be promptly attended to. They also further request those who may find it more convenient to call on John Eliler. Esq., of the city of Lancaster, or oh Air. Jeremiah Brown, of Columbia, they being fully authorized to contract for said company. SLATER BROWN '& CO. Fulton twp., Feb. 29. ISIS. 4m-5

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