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

JOB AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING neatly euouted at tholntolllgenoer Office, roar of the Marktt Housa, Ltnoastor, Pennt. Feb. 3D, 1B47. S-tf

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

DiVFoTOigend'a eompoiwdExtract : " . SarsaiwtrtiieT^ " ¦ •j-^*- rXJHJS Extractia put up in quart bottles7-it is six JL.times cheaper, pieasantcri and warranted superiorto any sold. It cures diseases without vomiting, purging^ sickening or debilitating the.patient, and. is particalariy adapted for a Spring an3 Summer Medicine. : ; : ! ; The great beauty and superiority of this SarsaparillaoTer all other remedies is, while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the body. Consumption cured. It cleanses and strengthens. ConB&mptioo can be cured. Bonchitia, consumption) liver - complaint, colds, coughs, catarrh,, asthmaspitting of blood, soreness in the chest3 hectic flushnight sweats, difficalt or profhse expectoration and pain in the side, &c, have and can be cured* ¦ , . Probably there never was a remedy that has been so successful in desperate cases of consumption asr this j it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the lungs, and ...

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

j.i ¦ "••- ^ ""-I..1 _j" ' ¦ j^^^^'i ^^^^^^^^^^^ '^^^^!™^^^^?; i Hedeufterg's Pateut Air-Tlght Parlor" k> ;-.eo*i' stoLTe.-; ; , . A new, beautiful, .convenient and fuel-saving Parlor Coal Stove is now. fur the first ii me introduced !o ;he public. The proprietors feel confident, that upon an ex* aminaiion of those in operation, ihey will be pronounced to be the 6e*i, most useful and economical stoves yet invented. : • VViih a comparatively small quantity of fuel, this stove will radiate a greater quantity of heat, (not dry or parched, as is generally the case iu the ordinary coal stoves,) than any other s<dve now- in 11S«. CEUTIFrC AT ESI have had one of Hedenberg's air-tisht coal sloves in use pi nee the middle of last October—anj entirely sonified with ii—and believe ii to be superior ID nny description of piove liiiherfb miroduced. Ii requires much tees coal than a common radiator stove ol the same tize—produces no annoying radiant heal—and with ordinary ca...

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

MEDICAJL - ADVERTISEMENTS. Its Works JPralseitr Burns, Scalds, and all kinds of Inflamed Sores Cured. npOUSET/S, Universal Ointment, is " jhe most com-1 plete Barn Antidote ever known. It instantly (and as if by magic) stops pains of the most desperate burns and scalds. For old sores, bruises, cuts, sprains, fee., on man or beast, it. is the best application that can be made! Thousands have- tried, and thousands praise it. It is the most perfect master of pSin ever discovered. All who use, recommend it.' Every family should be provided with it. None can tell how soon some of the family will need it. Observe each box of the Genuine Ointment has the name of S.Tousey written on the outside label. To imitate this is forgery. Boatmen, Livery Men, Farmers, and all who use Horses, will find this Ointment the very best thing they can use for Collar Galls, Scratches, Kicks, &c. on their animals. Surely, every merciful man would keep his animaJs as free from pain as possible.— T...

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

Bulletin Ao. li-^The Graefenberg tgC'i ' Jld' P ': - Cwnpany y-v^;. ¦¦ >;^ ¦ HAviHb been welcomed m avery section of the United States with the most unparalelled enthusiasm: and their medicines haying reachedTan enorfodi»icirculatjon; will-;henceforward issue Monthly Bulletins; that they may the more perfectly inform the puBiic of the pr inciples of the Amqrico-GraeA enberg System, and of the vast superiority of their medicines, over any otherever presented to the world'. Each Bulletin wilt contain something of the greatesTlmportance to the health of the community ; and; all classes ' of readers, the clergy, jurists, statesmen and private individuals * sh6uld not fail of reading them, to say the least. One tria alone of the medicines will convince the most scepltical of their extraordinary efficacy^ In the present Bulletin we will only say that 1. The Graefenberg Medicines are purely Vegetable. . , ' 2. They have been tested in tens of thousands of cases with perfect su...

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

Or. BBooil;and*s CiEI,F,nRATF,D (icrmnn Medicines -ire « iihoui / ;i riv.i 1 [ur Hie cure of ilie following diseases. 11 lakcn according io directions, they will cure any case, no m;iiti-r wiio or whai else liiis luiicd. Vegt'tahlc Rhcuinaiic Pills, for ihe permanent cure uf HheimiaiiMii (;.nii, (jiiniirenc, Ay^icri:i, and severe Nrrvous ;111 fi::i<>ns. and are in^lily reotiunnemled for the curi' ' 1 Dri.p?y, M iintornl A si lima, a.id N eu* ralgi'fi. raiii'jiss us-ing ihem, \n nm.ii (;;isrt! experienct; hencin soon ai't r the Hrri do^e, ihey quiet the nervous py^tem which cnatiles ihem to rest wt-ll durinii the niuln. They iu-ver fiiil to efil-ci a cure when laken accurdini' io directinns. No oiuwiird npplicauoii can permanent ly temove Rlu*umafic Pains troin ihesypiem ; Linrnipiiis snnieiinies act as a pa 'iaiive I'o-T a shuri.peri d. but there is always danger in iheir use; iliey ni;iy cause the pain to leave'one place for perhaps a viial p^rt, or pise wlure i...

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

H.-JL Rwtf^aUj^iwfBa^oerreo "I^O/HO'C&e ' stnul^b-eetjPhnaae^iiia. Now ia Xl tfife'time!-Tnbse^whb VimPtifcicity during the Christmas and New Year' s holidays should nbt fiil to/ waittthe splendid Portrait Gallery of M. ARoot, 140 Chestnut sireei ' " " .;; ' "* " '" :' - There is ho charge for Uns mterestingand beautiful exhibition, and the likenesses made by Mr. Hoods'newly improved Daguerreotype process are decidedly the. most; accurate, and lrie-lifce ever ta-&en, having been awarded premirinu in the principal cities, and in New: York atthe laaii. exhibition of the American Institutethe first medal for the best Daguerreotypes, over all competition. While the pictures are such rich and perfect gems of art, our prices are the lowest possible with good materials. Visitors should riot 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, $4 00, $5 $G $800, $10 00, and upwards to $60 0...

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

Green's Oxygenated Bitters. V SOVEREIGN remedy for Dyspepsia, in many forms ; such as pain in the stomach, Heartburn, habitual Costivencss, 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. None, to his knowledge, troubled with the above mentioned diseases, who 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, I). C, Juno 10.1S-16. ITaving made use of the "Oxygenated Hitters,-' prepared by Dr. Geo. B. Green, of Windsor, Vt., and from knowledge obtained of thoir efficacy in other cases, we cheerfully recommend them to the public, believing that thev will fully sustain the recommendation uf the Proprietor. We hope that this ...

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

Life Insurance. PENN" MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office No. 91 Walnut Street. This •ompany is now ready to make Insurances on Lives, on the mutual.system, without liability beyond the •amount of the premium. All the profits of the Company divided -annually - among the insured. The premium may be paid quarterly, semi-annully or annually, or one half of the premium may be paid in a note at 12 months. j Individuals insured in this Company, become members of the corporation, and vote for Trustees. The Rates of Premium, with a full participation in the profits, are as low as ajiy other Institution in the State or Country, and lower than any of the English Companies, with only a portion of " the profits. Blank applications for Insurance, with full par ticulara can be had at the office. DANIEL MILLER, President, WILLIAM M. CLARK, Vice Prest. Johv W. Hokner, Secretary, J. ZIMMERMAN, Agent Lancaster, Pa. Jan. 4, 184S 6m-49 New Iron and Steel Store. T HE subscribers, Importers and d...

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

Miller & Co. 's. Exprcss. In their ^ own Cars and in charge of Messongers. IS now running daily between Philadelphia, Lancaster,, Columbia, Wrightsville, York, Baltimore, South and West, and also from Philadelphia to New York, North and East, for the forwarding by mail trains of valuables, parcels, bundles, light boxes and the transaction of any commissions entrusted to them at very reasonable rates. The^Express leaves Philadelphia at midnight, thus enabling persons sending by it to have their orders filled and received the following morning. A messenger always accompanies each car, who will receive and deliver at all the offices on the way. The proprietors wish to make their line a general public convenience and pledge themselves nothing shall remain undone which the public convenience .may require. All goods must be marked by " Miller & Co. ' s Express. " CHAS. NAUMAN, Agent for Miller & Co. ' a Express, Railroad Office, (Lancaster, 89 Chcsnut, corner...

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

To IIotiNcKPCi»criN. r*pilKi sulindrtltrifs htvltt* pnre1m*rfR of nil or titty X klitdN ol' DRY OOODS riMjiilifd lit liuiisrhiTp, ing, to mill mttl cxitinlnt' tliulr otnult which In t;un> flnpd ('XnhiMvHy to tlmpn iiPtlult^V"Mftin|*ti lKln^ Iu nnrt nil kliulu orLlnnn nnd Cninut HlMMMiniJFi, i^iiiliH, lllitliktHMDitftutsk Tulili' ClotllN mid Nn|ikin^ Tnw= idlnun,'rit^iim"1Tiililninitl ll ifiiiiil'iivi'r^l''iinilliins Dimilli'M niul C'liiiifp 't'-i, mnliFnldni'iMl nnd Inw prifM>i| (-'urUHii MiiHliimi Wortilait Duuii^k mill Mur niMiH, Doini'ollr MiisliiiH, fep,, ^p,, tiib't'ilicr with u litrgu Hliink of till Mmla of KIiuui^In, tuitl tho 11uht Ntylnn of Irlalt Uupiti whtdh tlipy import diroot Iriun ' tlin must colubrutm! Idtiiiohnrs, Hy oxrluditig lircaa Good a tVom thoir liuainoaa, they nro roliovpft frnm the noooasity of naking high pricos nt tho eommnurciment of tho sonaon to componsiHo lor Ioshos couhoquont upon changes of thshion an thn sonnon advances, and will soi...

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

-*~ V.: Everyman ' fit owpfkutliaHifaciurer.. ' . ' Z" ^ ;v;; " .:' ». &&¦ aitorews.- ' .V J. '-i "\JtTA3lBff AIRFtfRNAlJE and Cooking Range - ;ff- Manufacturer, No.^ 82 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Having-purchased from the American Assignees of the Patent Domectic Gas Appar atua, the rights for the States of Pennsylvania, Del aware and Maryland, informs his ifiiends and the public, that he is now ready to furnish them with Stoves fitted op for the purpos^fby which eVery person can manufecture bis own Gas with but trifling expenses, over the outlay. ( This construction of this apparatus is such that it may: be attached to Stoves already in use j also to Cooking Ranges, -Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or in any situation where fire or light is required. To manufactories, hotels, churches, and public or private buildings, remote from any gas works, this apparatus will be found a cheap and economical method of Hghting-as-Tvell as heating their apartments, without ...

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

FfflSa^SS^verUsenientN, ?.:^ PAiMia, AOIKT, ¦fm a&jAteGWBtBBT .STB PfcOadclpliia Type and Stereotype 1 ~" . Foundry. : s*«HE «nbKribefr ire prepared to fiirni«)i,«t Aprt i notice, every irticlerpied in a Printing Office, »od bam redncSd the Price* of. T upwards of J8 percentl They now charge|br ' ¦¦¦ ¦ Pica -: - -' -'- 32 cts. 1 Minion - - - 54 eta., SnulTPica ' -1m ««¦ ': :: Nonpariel - - 66 ' " . fii^*rmier! 36: " " Agate - - - - 86 " 'SoSrsfajii- -40 « Pearl --.«120 Brevier ^- .46 . " Diamond - - 2 00 Eteternfiftd to spare no expense in making their eijablishfiem as complete as possible, they are getting np^uuform'Seriesof the celebrated Scotch Fadtt, which are unequalled fir beauty and durability, and which they feel assured will meet with general approbation. Several sizes are now ready. '";HtViBg recently visited Europe for the purpose of 'procuring every improvement in their line of busmen, they now offer a greater variety of Fancy Type, BordersOrnaments, &a...

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

Umbrellas, Parasols,I* arasolcttcs, and Walking Cane Umbrellas. WILLIAM II. RICHARDSON, Steam Factory, il.conly one in the United States, No. 104 Marke i nrcet, Philadelphia. Merchants arc rcspectfu. .) informed that I continue to manufacture all the aoove goodr, by the aid of steam, notwithstanding the groat opposition of parties opposed to the introduction of expensive improvements. My assortment is complete, and prices so low, as to give entire satisfaction. IfCT* As there is an Umbrella Store next door, of nearly the same name, it is important you should remember WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON, Steam Factory, and patentee of the Walking Ctino Umbrella, sign ol the Lady and Eagle, No. 104 Market street, Philadelphia. j 03" Attention is requested to ' the celebrated Walking Cane Umbrella, n neat arid beautiful article, combining all the advantages of a Cane and Umbrella. [Feb. 8. 6m-2 Cheap Watches, Silver Ware, and Jewelry. 3gr?\ FULL Jewelled Gold PatentLcvcrs, S40 jjj*\3 Gold Lepi...

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

The Great Central cheap Hat and Cap Store, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, No. 248 Market street, ninth door above Eighth St.. south side, Philadelphia, /COMPRISES one of tho largest and most beauty tiful assortments of lints, Cnps and Muffs in the Union, and of the latest and moat npproved styles manufactured under the immediate superintendence of the subscriber, in the boat manner, of prime materials, and will be sold at the lowest possible prices for wiah. The assortment embraces a Bplcndid variety of Silk, Moleskin, Beaver, Brush, Russia/Nutria and other Hjtts, of beautiful finish, and a complete stock of all kinds of Cloth, Glazed, Fur and Plush Caps, of the most desirable patternstogether with a supply of Muffe, Furs, Buffalo Robes, &c. Country merchants and others are respectfully invited to examine the stock, which they will find is to their advantage to do before purchasing,as it is his determination having adopted the cash system, to sell for cash only, and at the lowe...

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

RKiflOVir. JUNGERICH & SMITH, Wholesale Grocers, No. 223 Market street, north side, between 5th and Cth streets, first door below 6th. Having removed from the old stand, No. 12 Decatur street, to the spacious house, No. 223 Market street, they tender their grateful acknowledgements to their kind friends'in the city and county of Lancaster, tbr the very liberal patronage they have enjoved. 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, they 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 J, 1S47. 18-ly To House Keepers.—10,000 Pounds Feathers, /""10MPRISING all qualities, from 12;- cents up. \^- CurIed Hair and Moss, in lots to suit purchasers. Beathcr Beds, Holst...

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

Candelabra * and Girandoles. Gas Fixtures, DyoWs Patent Pine Oil Lamps, Solar ' ¦¦ Lard Lamps. \ MANUFACTURED by M. B. Dyatt fit Kent,No. 64 South Second street, Philadelphia—who d invite the attention of those interested, to examine Dyott'a Patent Improved Pine Oil Lamps. Their construction is superior, their arrangement more simple, and embrace improvements possessed by do other Lamps. The cost of burning wiU not exceed one half the expense of any other Hght, 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, when it is short; so that they can be burnt dry, and thus keep the Oil always pure and the lamp clean. Their management is bo easy that a child can take care of them. They are perfectly safe, andJree from any unpleasant odor. The above Lamps, together with Dyott'a Newly Improved Solar Lard and Oil Ixtmpi, arc made in every desirable form, and suitable for ChurchesStores, Halls, Factories...

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

Atfeiuw or tJii! Dolutvurc Miitiiul HuU'ty IiiNiiritiiuc! Co., IMiiln. / iHAH't'KU UNLIMITED. ThU liiMlhtlinn Id VJ how ilniny htiHlnesM uu \\w Mutual Itiuupiinue IifIiii'IjiIo, niinliliit'fl with ei Joint Ntunh Cnpknl, I1 in- rUkN mi MuTi'lmnitiNi', IniililinyH nml other pronartyi ft»p it liuiitml term or pormmitly, on tho mo>it llivorutilo HTina. J*n«rind will ho lih^rully iiml prtiinplly tuljuMtml, I)y tlio Act nt'li|pur|)oration llin stuuk is pledged tbr thn payment "I1 any Itiaana wtiiuli tho (Jum|mny niiiy tiiiHtiHi), and ita nn additional security to tho titmired, tlio nut rm|uires tliut thu profitu ol tho budiuoas HhiiH be fmiriml nud remain with tho corpnriitinn ns n i^arritntoD iiml protoctiou to the ausurod ngainst loss. The iisfiiired arc protected from loss without any individual liability or responsibility for the loss of the corporation. DiRFXTons:J Joseph H. Seal, Ed, A. Souder, John C. Davis, Robert Burton, John R. Penrose, Samuel Kdwurds, Henrv Lawrence, l...

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

Rich Carpel ingsOil Cloths, lVindovr Shades, &c. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS! rriHK subscriber has just opened a large and rich _|_ assortment of the newest and latest styles of Ingrain and Venetian Carpctingswhich are now offered, either wholesale; qr retail, at the lowest prices in the city. As the assortment is one of the largest, and the Goods have just been received from the Manufacturers, they will be sold at such prices that they will defy all competition. Rich & Splendid Tapestry Carpeting "" '* " Brussels <: Carpetings " " Imperial 3-Plv, Guaranteed " li Extra super Ingrain to be as " " f,'5, { Twild and represented. Vent. J Also, a large assortment of Oil Cloths, Tufted and Brussels Rugs, Piano and Table Covers, MattingsStair Rods, Bindings, &c. &c. Together with a rich and extensive assortment of low priced Carpetings of all descriptions ! Country merchants and others in want of Handsome and Cheap Carpetings, Oil Cloths, &c, a...

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

Ifew and Secondhand Furniture • Wareroomm. THE undersigned beg leave to invite the public in general to examine their large and well se-^eotej_L&3Sprtment,of Cabinet Furniture of all des-£*iption3, includiag Sofas, Dressing and plain Bureaus, Wardrobes, Pier, Card and Dining Tables, Bookcases and Secretarye, Chairs of all sorts, French, and German- Looking Glasses,. Silver and Plated,$Vare, and^Office Furniture, in general use—: Persons Who are about purchasing furniture, will Juwf it fo. their. idvanUge to give us a\call, as we ittfludBewmined\to sell. good .#afe " /for, " reasonable P"J3?*i" 2 '- ?- '¦' C^HliN& ' LOBE, wt ^^^^^^^Z- ' A^^-m^Sxkk ^ wd£p£oateihe old Custom ^oatf.Jfttila&dlniiifu genn>- _;.,., ^--^.^ "^^^tFeb ^ iJg^Sn^ , : - ' ,- Samael>^vc>nsend , . " . - ,j.; - ^Cheitivt-Streks, E^ttide, Philadelphia ' - * JMP ORTERand D$£USR ' fe Thre* Ply fcWj n JbS£TS!S?. " ?-^W?«ir«-J Pantp^Nahkin and .Pg^wlilH&TWKoi- IJ...

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