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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Mn'«'<*B2<t iv IRoiiSTr's C'lu'&ip II;irU"tVsu't* St ore n VUDWAKI-:. C:;i>s. l'uin' ts,Oils, and Varnishes :it tiuil iong established stand. Kast King st., L:inc:i-!<T. lurnierly occupied by Ilowett & Kricder, ;i few iloiirs c;if;t in " rlif Court Hmisp, next door to tlin DniLT Si-'i-c nl " Jumps Smith, ami opposite Geo. .Mi-"!*iikn:> "-= HdtH. which they have recently taken ami \\ Ikm-c ¦!:'¦ _ ¦ . v.-;!| curry on tin: business. Th'1 *- ..1:10*! ;'( .s:iccii'iHy bejr Ip.-vc t<» invite the ;iti''in:i.ii*'.!' t!'< i > JVii'tids ;;ml ;!ci:i!;iiut;u!i:<-> to their ¦ Wi'! . -.i'Mi.i •' . ¦ ¦ ¦ n-r. v.ii.rh i!it'\ !i;i\c ju^l opened :ii:<t v. iii v.ii ::; ilic ihd>1 rrrisiiiKilile pno-s, incj'id-!•!-: i-iitv v:ir.etv ni'lron ami Sic^l. lynches. Locks. '': ¦ ¦ •<. [|Mi'.T> . SrriMV:-, ;l!Hl ail k I1I(U Ol " liUlldlllR ¦ i 1 ¦ -. ¦ <>•' ¦' • ¦!i'>"t ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Select ftoetrn. A Touching Memorial. Few of our readers but will read with deep and even tender interest the following copy of verses, written by Mr. Adams on tho day preceding his fatal attack of illness, and designed to accompany his autograph signature, which had been requested hy a female friend : ., Written, for Miss C. L. Edwards,-of Massachusetts, on the day preceding his attack. Jons Quixcr Adams, Quincy, Massachusetts. In days of yore, the.poet's pen Frum wing of bird was plundered, Perhaps of goose, but, now and then, From Jove's own Kagle sundered. But, now, metallic pens disclose] Alone the poet's numbers; 111 iron inspiration glows, Or witli the minstrel slumbers. Fair Damsel ! could my pen impart, In proso or lofty rhyme, The pure emotions of my heart, To speed the flight of time; What metal from the womb of earth Could worth intrinsic bear, To stamp with corresponding wc-th The blessings thou shpuldst share '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Grec. . If the poor man pass thy door, Give him oi" thv bounteous store, Give him food and give him gold ; Give him shelter from the cold; Aid him his lone life to live ; For 'tis angel like to give. Though wordlv riches thou hast not, Give to him of poorer lot; Think thee of the widow's mite—¦ In the holy Master's sight; It was more, a thousand fold, Than the rich man's hoard of gold. Give, it is the better part, Give to him, "the poor in heart," Give o!" love in large degree, Give ot * hope and sympathy; Che>?r to them who sigh forlorn, Ligbt to him whose lamp is gone. Give the gray haired wanderer room, Lead him. gently to the tomb ; Let him not in friendless clime, Float ml own the tide of time ; Hear the mother's lonely call, She, the dearest one of all. And the lost abandoned one ; In thy pathway do not shun ; Of thy kindness she hath need, Bind with balm the bruised reed; ^ Give, and gills above all price, Shall be thine in Paradise.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IVotace to BMstmcrs, AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. ~Y\7'HKREAP) I, Jacob Wcitzel, of the city of W 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 plugmadc of wood, copper, or any other material. What I claim as my Improvements are the above (Wcribed doubling tub and the plug by which the beer passes from one tub to the other, of from the tub into the still. Having received information, amounting to proof, that my patent for the above described improvements has been violated by seve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

CosjuGAt Feucitt.—"There is nothing can please a man without love; and if a man ^be weary of the wise discourses of the apostles, and of tEe innocence of, an even and private fortuhe,r or 1 hates peace or a frightful year, he hath reaped taonw;,. and'thistles from the choicest flowers of paradise, , for nothing can. sweeten felicuy itself but love; but; when a man dwells in love, then the breast of hi* ¦ wife is pleasant as the. droppings upon the^hilCpf.: Hermon. her eyes. are feir as the li g bj iOrheayfia; she is a fountain sealed, and can quench his rirfrgt . No ban can tell but.Jie that loves hi* ~ fiha5a,-how1 many delicious accents make a inan'aJuaajt dance in the.pretty conyersatioii. oftiioee jde^. l' pledges; &ei f: cbiM|shqi ^*t^^^^^^if^' .-little angers, their innocence, theix imperfeotion* , > their necessities,jire_so jnany little .emanations of joy and comfort to him, that lie delights in their persous.and society. —JarcmyJTay for, . \ ¦? S' /- "-y. v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Cantaster -jhttelliaentfr, PUBLISHED EVEHT TUESDAY MOR>"ING, 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 sis 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; Jod Printing.—Such as Hand BUIb^-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 — 7 March 1848

Indications of a Gheat Mind.—Ttj st-t out'irj the world with no other principle than a crafty in. tention to interest, betokens one who is destined foi creeping through the inferior walks of life; but to give an early preference to honor above gain, when they stand in competition; to despise every advantage which cannot be attained without dishonest arts, to brook no meanness, to stoop to no dissimulation, are th<indications of a great mind , the presage of future ~% ™inence and distinction in life At the same time thBwirtuous sincerity is perfectly consistent with thfi rnost prudent vigilence and caution. It is opposed tt> cunning, not to true wistlom- It is not tha simplicity of & weak and imprudent, but the candor of an enlarged and noble mind, of one who scorns deceit, because ha accounts it both base and unprofitable, and who seeks no disguise, because he needs none to hide him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

A Rare Chance! rr^HE subscriber offers at private Bale. 4iis X STORE STAND and DWELLING HOUSE, S| attached, situate in Centre Square, Mount Joy JSJJsL This property is pronounced by all to be decidedly the best store stand in Lancaster county, and has been occupied as such for the last ten years. Also, a Private Dwelling, with a shop attached, which would make it a very desirable property for a saddlery, as the said shop has been occupied as such for a number of years, or any other mechanic, as it is one of the best stands in the village. Also, a Building Lot, suitable for commission merchants, or other business men, connected with the railroad. These valuable properties are located in a pleasant and central part of the village of Mount Joy, and will bo sold either separately or together, if" desired by the purchasers. If the above properties are not sold before the 1st of April next, they will be for rent. Apply to SAMUEL BOMBERGER, jan 4 '48-^3m] Lancaster, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Eli Rutter, to the Court of Quarter Sessions, of Lancaster county, for license to continue keeping the Pequea Inn, in Leacock township, it being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of Leacock township, in the county of Lancaster, do certify, that being personally and well acquainted with Eli Rutter, the aboveJ named petitioner, and that the above mentioned Inn or Tavern which he proposes to keep, is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that he is a person of good repute for honesty and temperance, and that he is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. ^ Isaac Bitzer, Uriah Bitzer, John Reed ' , John V. Hurst, Daniel M. Eaby, Jno. L. Li^hther, Mosea "Eaby, George II. Skiles, Jacob Eaby, Joseph Eaby, Jacob K. Eckert, John S. Hurst, Henry Hurst. Feb. 22, 18-13. ¦ . 4-l\*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE "MATTER of tlic intended application of John Roth, to the Cout of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster counts, tor license to continue keeping a public house in Warwick township, it bosnir an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of Warwick township, in the county of Lancaster, do certify, that being personally and we'll acquainted witli John Roth, the above named petitioner, anil that the above mentioned inn or tavern which he proposes to keep, is necessary to .accommodate the public and entertain" strangers and travellers, and that he is a person of good repute for honesty ami tcinperance,and that he is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of .stran gers and travellers. John Shreiner, Christian Weiss, Dr. H. Schnnk, George Guyer, Abraham Frymver, Christian Hess. Samuel Huber. John Gnibe, Edward Alexander, Martin \i. Feiies, Samuel Hess. Abraham Myers, Christian Homberger. [Feb. 2i).-tc-.j.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

TN THE MATTER of the intended application J_ of Ann Pletz, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county," April Sessions, 184S, for license to keep a tavern/in Elizabethtown , Lancaster county, sign of the Black Horse, being an old stand. . We, the undersigned, citizen3J of the Bowweh of Elizabethtown, where said inn or tavern i^pjieposnd to be kept, do certify, that the said inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate the public aid entertain Btrangers and travellers, and that weVre well Acquainted with the said Ann Plctz, and that she is t>f good repute for honesty and temperance, and is \viell provided with house room and conveniences Vat the accommodation of strangeft and travellers. Jacob Rcdsecker, A. Greenawa ' lt, J. Schaeffear, Sebastian Keller, B. F. Baer, John Lynch, Daniel Balmer, Isaac Redsecker, Joseph Buchanan, James Bryan, Samuel Redsecker, C.G. Huber, John Foltz, Christian Hoffman. t [Feb." 29, 184S-3t-5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Hiram Kendig, to the Mayor's Court of the city of Lancaster , now in session, for a license to keep a public house of entertainment at the sign of the <« Globe," in North Queen street, in the city of Lancaster—it being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens 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 i3 necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the-said Hiram Kendig, and that he is of good rGputQ for honesty ana temperance, and is welj provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers, Edw, W.Hutter; W, Kirkpatrick, Charles Boushter, Qeorge Ford, Jno. Dougherty, J. Howett C Hager, H. W. Gundaker, Henry E/.-Muhleaberir H/.Scherff, N. ;C-Scholfield, =B. Johnson , Wm Duphman. [Feb.-22, 1848—3t-4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of James Laird, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April -Sessions, 1S-1.S, for license to keep an inn or tavern in Mount Joy township, it being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens ol 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 and travellers, and that we- are well acquainted with the said .Tame)? Laird, and that ho. is of goodirepute tor honesty and temperance, and is provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. John llrandt, jr.. Henry Kurtz, Abrm. Sherer, Jacob Xissley, Henry itisbop, Augustus Hayes, David Ilershcy, Samuel S. Tirosh. Gnnrge Sbuman, A. S- Hackman, Jacob Kaufman, H. O. Stoner, Sam'l. Beyer, Robert Richardson.,'John llrcnt/., J«hn Nissley, James Uooirc. [Feb. 29, 1848-3t.i}

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Hugh Kitzpatrick, to the Mayor's Court i't April Sessions, 18-18, for Jicensc to continue keeping a tavern on west Hide of South Queen stmnt, 8i(rii of the White Lamb, being an old MtnutT. We, the undersigned, ctti7.«ivs of thu West ward in the city of Lancaster, where said inn ur tavnn is proposed to be kept, do certify, that the said inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate tho public and entertain stnirigurs and tr.iviillors, ami th ' at we are well acquainted with ttir: said HuphKitxpHtrick; and that liu is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is provided with himse room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers ami travellers. W. Whiteside, John C. Sample, Henry PiuUerton, George Eirhfilb('r<rer, " .T;icnb ILnber, Henry Carpenter, Samuel F. Huston, James ('. Carpimter, James Coyle, Win. Taylor, Jacob Leibley, Jno. A. Keillor. Feb. 29, 1848 ' . ' 3t-5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Martin Horr, tb the Mayor's Court of the city of Lanca'stcr, now in session, for license to keep a tavern at the sign of the i; Travellers Rest," in Intercourse, Leacock township—it beiim an old stand. ! We, the undersigned citizens of" the township ol Leacock wljere the said inn or tavern is proposed to be kept, do certify that tlte\said inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate the. public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the said Martin Herr, 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. John Rvcd, John L. Lightner^ D. Graft". jr.,Gco, H. Skiles, Jacob K. Eckert, Moses Eaby. William Bender, Daniel M. Eaby, John It. Krider, Joel Sharp, Frederick Snyder, David Ueam. Jno. Miller. i Feb 29 ' ' 5-3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of tjie intended* application of 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. We, the undersigned citizens ot" the South East Ward 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 well acquainted with the said Christum Shertz, and that he is n! gopd repute for honesty and temperance, ami is well provided with house room ami conveniences for accommodation of strangers and travellers. Amos Slaymaker, John A. Hiestand, Samuel E. Hench, Wm. ' M. Sample, J. K. Ileinttdh. George Rogers, G. A. Whitaker, John Moss. Robert A. Evans, P. K. Brcncman, George P. Kluirh. John X. Lane. [Fob oi)— n.3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

! 2>g\ HoUy's BIs-axHssm Bgtiir «'»r?iii!r ! ELh.cutS. ,-\\^HAT tli.iiK-inds tif cl"-iiii>.ts linii':..na bti-n ; :;:...;::¦.^ 'Hr^S^ r: ii'i^ 17 -47-^lt-lyj .\nriii Qntien Si., Liuicaslc-r.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

IN _ THE MATTER of the intended' application of Jacob F. Kautz, to the Mavor's Court at April Sessions, 1S-1S, for license to keep an im\ or tavern in Manor street, in the city of Lancaster, sign of Gnu. La Favette. brinu an old Mauri. We, the-undcrsi^rted. citizens the ward where said inn or faveru is proposed to beke.pt, d<> certify, that th': said inn or tavern is neee-;s,irv to accommodate the public and entertain strangers :; " ml u.ive'- lers, ami lint we are wcii acr.ua ;nt«\l \.il: r,r -.-< A Jacob F. K:i,utz. and thai itr ' i.s of rnju.l rppun: Mr ¦honesty and tempi ram.-e. ami is pruvuled u itli house room and convenience- fur l'ir- acui.ui;;:u(Iation of stringers ami travellers. Reuben Shirk. Uenj. Kant?.. Fred. On!i'i:iT. .l;ico!i Kautz, Jacob Kautz, sr.. .larob V\ -ir-tn!. Nnil K-i'tt7. John S. Blanks, Henry (last. Snuiuel IhiU ;¦ . Jn--ep!i Kautz, jr., Win. Kautz. - -U^- -!•. W ls-;j ,{-:\

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Loafer Looic.—There is one thing! as I can' t see through, blowed if I can. The president of the "United States and the man wot keeps the Custom House is the people' s sarvants, isn't they?—u Wali, they is, Coon." Werry wall: now 'sppse I go to Folk, and says I, old wets, I wants an order on tho Treasury for liquor; had orterj stan' it he's tho people's servant, and I . arivtKe people's theirselves! . ... \ ,;.. '¦ j . ¦ . .. • . •* ¦ -i 7-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

1 1 on When tifoq dost fell another ' s jests, therein ' Omit the oaths, which true wit cannot need; Pick out of tales the mirth, bat not the sin: fje pares his apple who will cleanly feed. ¦

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