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

Salisbury Handle Manuractory aiid Turning Mill. THE subscribers tender their thanks to their friends for the patronage extended to '(them in the IjusinefiH in which they are engaged, and respectfully solicit a continuance of their favors. . They now inform their friends and the public generally,'that they still continue to manufacture at their establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike, one mile east oi Kiuzcr-H and one milo north of the Gap,) Broom, Brush, Hoe, Shovel ar.d Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and sawed, Palling, Bench Screwy, &c They haye also, an excellent Turning .Mill connected with their establishment, and arc prepared to do all kinds of Turning in wood, such as Porch Columns, Cabinet, Coach and Wagon Turning of all kinds with promptness ami despatch. They have now on hand a lot of seasoned lumber, suitable for Cabinet Makers use, which will be turned to order or disposed of on reasonable terms. Also, a large lot of pr...

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

\ 1S4S Conesto^a Navigation. 1M48 ; Transportation toj'hiladelphia and Baltimore.' I AT REDUCED RATES OF FREIGHT i rjpIIE Farmers, Millers, and Storekeepers ofLan-| X caster county are informed that the " Conestoi ga Transportation Company ¦' will place a new and ¦ superior line ot Freight Itoats on the water from Lancaster to Philadelphia and Baltimore via Coni cstoga Navigation and Tide Water Canal, iinmcdi-! atcly on the opening of the Canals—and will run constantly and regularly through the season. The rates of freight will he as follows : i Flour, - - 22 cents per barrel. Grain, - - - 7. l .. *i bushel. Groceries, Dry goods, &c.) 1C , nn ,, delivered in Lancaster, \ 1S cents P cr 10 ° »18 - j For further particulars apply at tiie office of the Conestoga Navigation Company or to GEORGE CALDER, Apcnt. Lancaster, Feb. 29, 1S48. 5-3m | A Clerk Wanted. TH E undersigned, retail merchant, in the town of Bainbriilge, Lancaster county, wishes to oJj-¦ tain the services o...

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

Longcnccker & Co.. CALL the attention of the public to their Jarge and splendid assortment of Dry Gooda. The mercantile relations in which they stand enablo them to compete with any in their business. To the low price of their goods, (which are .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 FANCY DRY GOOJQS is tlie 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 New Supply ol Boots & Shoes imAm Gum Shoes, &.C. , FBI THE 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 tlie attention of his patrons and the public in general. He has a supply of Gum Shoes of every desc...

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

Herr Hriesnach, The Great L.ion Tamer, UPON being asked the other day, " in what manner he was enabled to have such wonderful influence with H'animals," replied with great truth: *' Be firm in purpose and keep your eye steady upon what you undertake and you must be successful.1 "— This then explains the extraordinary success at the Ck Bee Hire, " ' ^|^^^A\v<< where it is crowded with vSm^J^J^& AAl* Here Heavy Unbleached Muslin worth 10 cents, is now selling for 6£ cts. per yard. Fine bleached 4-4 mus. worth 10 cts. selling for 6| Fasten). Mane. Ginghams worth IS selling liir 12j Good Pocket Handkts., worth 12$ selling for Gi Linen Cambric " worth 2o selling for 12. 1 " " " worth \f> selling for 10 Calicoes, . . worth 10 selling for Gi A lot of Hosiery very cheap. ¦: Ladies open' worked white Cotton Hose, 2» cts.; they are very desirable and worth 50 cts. per pair. A lot of heavy Irish Linens, a great bargain, they were bought subject to a few wat...

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

Remisiscexces <w "Was^utotox;—Mr, Peter Cotom, a respectable, bookseller of Richmond, Virginia, writes to the Republirak as follows: '¦ In the spring of 1797, wt fen Gen. Washington was leaving the Presidential-chair , and returning to Mount Vernon, (the seat of government was then in Philadelphia,) I was employedin the store of Mr. George Keating, book-seller, in Baltimore, as a clerk. A short time previous to the period of which I am now speaking, Mr. Keating raised a company, of Grenadiers, and through his kindness, I was made Orderl y Sergeant of the Company. It was announced that Gen. Washington, on his way to Mount Vemon, was to pass through Baltimore, and my company ordered to meet and escort him through the city. C_apt Keating ' s company was the only company tfiat turned out on that occasion. "Our company met Gen. Washington about a mile from the (then) town of Baltimore. He was escorted to his lodgings at the Light street ' Fountain Inn/ During the time we were in...

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

Tliree ol" Meyer ' s First Premium Piano-Fortes, : FOR SALE IN THE CITY OF LANCASTER. HpHESE instruments are highly approved of by the JL most eminent Professors and Composers of Music in this arid other cities. For qualities of tone, touch and keeping in tone upon Concert pitch, they cannot be surpassed by either American or European Pianos. Suffice it to say that Henry Herz and other celebrated Pianists, have given tliese instruments preference over all others. They have also received the first notice of the three last Exhibitions, and the last Silver Medal by the Franklin Institute in 1S43,was awarded to them, which, with other premiums from thelsame source, may be seen at the Ware-room, No. 02 south Fourth street. j Another Silver Medal was awarded; to C; Meyer, by the F-ranklin Institute, Oct. 1845, for the bqst Piano in the exhibition. Again—-at the exhibition of the Franklin Institute, Oct. 1S46, the first premium and medal was awarded to C. Meyer, for his Pianos, altho...

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

Fall Fashions. D SHl'LTZ, Hatter, No. 1DJ Nortb Queen st., , would respectfully inform his friends and the public that he lias just received from New York and Philadelphia the latent Full and Winter Fashions, and wili be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at tlie nlmrtest notice. An nil lii.s Hats art; ituuiutUcuired under his imimiiliutu miperintiMirienco, he \' wh witrrtintml in uuying, that for durability and tiuirtli they cannot hu KurptiHurd by uny I'ntiiUli^hiiH'iit, in thin or an^ other city in thr Union. Hi* ntock coiiHiHtM of Ihiavor, Nuii'iii, llniNh, itiiHHiu, CaKtmucre, Moleskin, Silk, &c. &c. which ho will dii'poHti of at tho lowowt pricux. Cull and OMunine liin Hlock hnl'nru iiiircliiixing rlmiwlion). CAPS, CAPS' IUn assortment of CapN is one nf tlio rnpNt oxLcmihivq iu th" city mul hn it* adding tu it daily. CiiHtomors may runt u.HHiiroil that they will be suited, us he has carefully Kulectml liis stock from the IiirgCHt n«...

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

IVew Rooks !' New fSooks I WEBSTER-S Quarto Dictionary, the entire work unabridged. General Taylor and his Staff, with accurate portraits and Ue.iiutiful illustrations. Tnisiram Shandy, with illustrations. General Scott naid his Staff, with portraits and other beautiful illustrations. Hactenlis, by Tupper. Schmuciker's Modern Infidelity. Scenes at Washiiifrton, by a Citizen of Baltimore. A Universal History of the most remarkable evunts of all Nations, from the earliest period to the present time, No. 1 ; 25 cents. Campbell's Lord Chancellors, 2d scries. Now and Then, by Warren. Life of Charles ' Bayard, by W. Simms, Esq. iLainartinc's History of the Girondists, vol. 2. RaiikliiifTs JIalf Yearly Abstract, Ko. 6, for February, 1S4S. ¦ Ruxtou-s Adventures iu the Rocky Mountains, &c. &c. With a general assortment of Miscellaneous and Theological Books for sale at low prices. Teachers and Parents will bear in mind that we keep :i constant supply of all the School a...

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

Xow, ISooks. , JUDD Sr IStURRAY AT THE CHEAP BOOK STORE, . /AHPdMTK lhe I'ost oilicc, North Queen slrc-f. \ / i^aiicastcr, Ikivr just rrncivod. Now a:i'l Tiirfi, -llirnuirli a ijlass darkly*' by S;imuel Wnrrrn, F. It. S. authur of 'JVn Thniisnnd a Year, &c. Suoiic.i in \V.; is])iuiri(»n—n storv of the last ^ci 1 .-cration. liy a citizen oi' Baltinmrc. Memoirs of Mrs. ' Margaret fiercer; bv Casper Morris-. M. D. "Life of Mrs. Godolphine; by John Evelyn. Matrimony. Amativeness—Warning and Advice to married and single. Diarv of a Plivsician, 3 vols. bv Samuel Warren. F. R. S. Taylor's Detector for March 1st Jane Iludsun—or the secret of frottin^ on in tlie world. - * William Allen, or The-Boy who told the truth, tlie whole truth1 ; and nothing but the truth), . Tin; Village Boys—or the sin of Profal ' ieness. Modern Infidelity, by S. M. Rchmucker. Webster ' s large Dictionary, quarto ; the entire work; unabridged. Ilnctejius—or more droppings from the pen that wrote Prove...

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

New Goods. > rriHE subscribers are opening a full assortment o _ | _ Fall and Winter Staple and Fancy Dry^oodB, which will be offered ut the lowest market prices. ALSO—-Lovcring's Syrup Molasses in hhds. and libls. Lovering's Crushed and Pulverised-Sugars. Low priced Brown Sugars. Rio, Java, and Laguayra Coffee. Fresh New England Hops. Bed KimtherM, &c. &c. C. HAGER & ' S0N. sep 21 . 34 To Shoe Makers. - TIIF, subscriber lias a timl-rate workman,from. Philadelphia, who makes and repairs all kindu of Shoo Makers Tools, which will be dono at tho lowest prices, and warranted to work wall, dec 22-47 H. C. LOCHFiR. Dr. M. M. Moore, Ociitlst. 8TILL ('(itiliuiuid to perform all operations on tlm TEETH upon Itimm to hu it the timntt. QfUcti North QtH'i'M Hlrm'l, opposite K'aiiHuitin'ti Hotel, ap 1 9 Z^IASHMERE PLAIDS, lor cloaks, iInimnoh, &«. \_> A Inrgu and well Hiili'utotl aHdortmont, comprising sumo now und beautiful stylus for childru...

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

MARRIAGES. On the 2:1 iiist., by the Rev. F.. Y. rliichnnan, John A. Rogers, 'of Paradise, to Keziall McAllister, ufLcacock township. On the 29lh ult.,'by the Rev. J. .1. Strine, <;eor«:e Warfel to Klizalicth Good, both ol'Cnnrstoga. On the 2d inst.. by the same, David Slaughter to Kli/.:i!n-th \lcltruln, bolll of West lrompfiehl. (In thn 3 Uli ult., liy the Rev. .f. C. linker, John II. >! rummer, 'if Striislnirfi township, to Uargaret llershev, uf Paradise township. On tlie 27th nit., by the name, Christopher S. lv«lili'inan, of Maiilu'iin township, to .Mary Catharine Kurtz, of this city. On ilm smii ult., hv tho Kiimn, Krmlrnck MchuhiH to F.liziibcih Dealy. Vtuli n| " Mmior. On |lie '. 'Till ult., by ll». ||i.i-. 1). V. Ili-isli'r. IVIer rii'li:ie!mau l<> Yep.mra KilllilieH'i'r, 'mill in ' til" vicinity ill ' t'illersnlle. (Ill till1 I Till Illl., IlV tilt! lic'V. ./. <'. Illl'llitZ, Jilllll Plunk l.i Mary Ami llillur, uf Kant Karl. (In Tue...

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

Enterprise Boarding School. THE subscriber having been frequently solicited, has now made an arrangement in his school for tlie accommodation of Boarders, cither boys or girls, after the first of May next. Instruction will be given in all the customary branches of an English Education, such as Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, History, Chemistry, Philosophy, Botany, Elocution, Algebra, and Mathematics; Also, in Phonography, Pitman's beautiful system of SJiort-hand Writing, adapted to allpurposes of business ami correspondence, as well as for accurate verbatim reporting. Pupils will be furnished with all such books astliev desire, at the usual retail prices. Scllool to commence nn the first dav of Mav. The price for Board, Tuition and Washing, f« one Quarter of 13 weeks, will be $26—one halt" payable iu advance. The location is in the Village of Enterprise, on the Columbiajltailroad, 7 miles east of the city ol Lancaster. ^ Fot further particulars address the su...

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

Raising Blood and €onsimip4io3i. 14 YEARS STANDING. MR. JOHN O'NKIL10th avenue and 21st St., sutt'ered with a couirliraising ot'phlegm.and pam in his side. He could £Ct no relief till lie tried the All-Healing Balsam, which drove the pain from his side, allayed the cjbugli, and brought the disease upon the surface ; and before he had taken tliroe buttles, was entirely cured. Pleurisy and Consumption.rr-Mrz. Baggas, a lady upwards of 70, residing SS She riff, has for years been subject to attacks of Pleurisy, raising of blood, severe cough, shortness of breath, pain in her head and various parts of her body. Her friends bciicvt'd her past recovery. Tlie All-Healing Balsam relieved lit'r at once of all her alarming symptoms. and now she is able to attend to her work. Asthma and Whooping Cough.—Mrs. Luc re tin Wells, 90 Christie-street; L. S^Beals, 19 Delaucey street ; Win. II. Youngs, 7o Walnut street, know tlie value of" this great remedy. Ask for Shcrmuu's All-Hcali»g Balsam, ...

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

. Thtp IB alt'Bil Ofiic-o. Mr. Bin-Idyllic ;,[)[<_• ( " \.ninhSM\mn- nf faionl^, we learn i ' mni WiKhin^inu. lr.is hi> n-pnn uivlHv ready, mid it will contain mi unusual linn! ofimi»fnmtion. W<t "i.iihcr. from a Muti'iiR'nt liiriii.-lu-.l by a eorrespuudLNiT. the lolluwini;. flmwin;: the population -mid ppi Inc.1o! " llu- i. ' nin.vi .-;.l!«'.- ior tl,e year 1M7 : Present population - 20 ,716,1(10 Number of bushels uf wheat - - 114,:M.r >/)00 " - 4i Uirley - - 5.(i l°.i». ~ >U c'" tints -f , - 167,Sti7,O0O " " rv>* - -; - 29.222,700 " " buckwheat - ll,673,nl)0 '" '* Indian corn - r>31l,:r>0,( J0l> " t; potatoe-i - - l(Ki.f>G."».IK)O " .tons of hay - - ' - - 13.S 19.900 " " lit:jup - 27, !¦>{ 1,000 '* pounds of tobacco - - 220 ,10-1.01)0 " " cotton. - - 141,000,000 " " rice - -.- 103.040,500 " '' silk cocoons - 404,600 ¦"'; sugar - 3*24,940,500 The whole report, when printed, will make between seven a...

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

A FUXKUAI. U sa-KAUOF A Bill DAI CeHEMOS T. Miss Nancy Bailey, of Merrimac, formerly employ-<?d in theiactones here , visited Nashua last week, for the purchase of her wedding dress, bonnet, and bridal cake, &c, preparatory to her marriage on Wednesday next. ' She had completed her purchases, and was on the way to the depot. Saturday evening when the cars left. She therefore returned to the house of a friend, Mrs. Mitchell, on Canal street, near the Jackson Corporation. About half p-,ist tliree on Sunday afternoon,as she sat at the window, she threw up both hands, exclaiming, " Why, there is Mr. Drew!'' (the name of the young man to whom she was to be married, and who is a resident of Concord, Vt.) Mrs. M. ' went to another window, but no one was in sight. At this moment a-crash of glass called her attention to Miss Bailey, who had fallen forward against the window. Help was instantly called, and she was placed upon the bed, but with two gasps she lay a corpse. Anil...

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

Farmers' ISiiiik. of LaiicaMtci', ) Fkhhcaiiv ' , '-' , IS IS. ^ At a meeting of the Directors hold this dny,Uco II Krujj, Es<|., having resigned as President, C Hager, Esq ,\v;ih unaniuioiuslv elected to thatoflice, Whereupon, the. fullowing resolutions were unanimously adopted : llesolced, That the Directors of tlie Farmers ' Bank of Lancaster have received with deep and unfeigned sensation the resignation of George H. Krug, Es(^ , their late President Resolved, That iu yielding to the severance bv him of his. connexion with the administration ot this Institution, his late colleagues cannot forego the occasion of expressing their warm sense of regard for his virtues, his estimable character, bis uniform courtesy of manners, and the -ability and integrity with which he has presided over its affairs. Rcsnlced,. That we tender to him. on behalf of ourselves-and the stock-holders, our sincere thanks fur bis Ions and faithful services, and our best wishes for his future ...

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

Public Sale. ON Friday, March 10th, 184S, will be sold . ' by public vendue, at the late residence of Christopher Brenner, deceased, in Lancaster township, near the Columbia turnpike, about one mile from the city of Lancaster, the following personal property, lute estate of said deceasedto wit: One Horne Poney, lfi Fat Steers, and ono large lilt Steer, supposed to weiph . about 1600 pounds Milch Cows, live ymiiip Steers,; mid one Bull Calf, one nniTuw-whceieil wagon, with bed, n onc-horsc wtitfon, ii two-horsi! Sleigh, a two-hortto Curriane.,u liturgy nilt ' Harness, one broiid-wlieelcd Ox Cart, mid one Fiirni Cart, Ploughs, Ilurrown.a Windmijl ' . hnv by tin; ton, cornt'udder by ihn Immlln, nn tipple mill, a hiunl rolling screen, ubout 150 bushels ol tiatH, also two eight-day clocks mul cawcMoneilargi' conking stove, u hoIU, tiihlcs, lo^ellier with n jjroat yiYiejyuf' other article*, ol'/iirmin^ utensils, liousdiwlM uud kitchen furniture too tedious t>> mtumcnit...

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

Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing. Call at the New Cloth:,ig Establishment, West King street, between Cooper &. Lichty 's antl C. Hater's store, opposite to Stchunan,& Son 's Hardware ^trirr-. B LICHTV, Murchant TaiJor, has always on # hand a stock of ready made qlolhing, of the cheapest and bust to be had ' in the city. He would call attention to the following articles, and feels assured will be able to {rive general satisfaction to all who will favor him with tlueir custom. His stock consists in p:irt as follows : Dress and. Frock Coats. Cassimere Pants , Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, Vests of all kinds, Drawers, Suspenders,1 &c. together with every article of clothing for gentlemen's and :bovs' ' wear, which he will sell at the very lowest rates. Cloths. Cassini'eres, and Yestings always on ha.ml. Having just received the New York and Philadelp hia-Spring and- Summer Fashions, ho is prepared to attend to customer's work, which will be warranted...

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

. Chair MakerPaper Hanger and Painter. \ Corner of South, Queen and Vine streets. THE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has now on hand, and is constantly manufacturing to order CHAUlSfft of all kinds and descriptions, from thehighest )<q& to the lowestprice. Theyhavebeen generally I"!* admired—are elegantly finished, and ate of the most durable character. House painting i» all Us varieties executed by the undersigned. His prices will bo found cxtrumoh motlpratn. ' * All orders for Paperlfimttiiitf wtUjbu liromutlv wtceWcii. ti ' KonCE I-1 . ftOTB. ' d«c22 IS 17 - - [ 44 \y I lUSlt UNKNHi—100 " piieoiJust rbeelved dlrucf : iVom Duitun, they ire a grunt bnrgfiln, mid well worthv tlm lutumlimtion orpvnryhoitNttkfipper, Tlckingii. l-'lnunflfiiCraih} Table Dlfintir, Ibr m\? at rtimni'kivbly low prlepn nt tho 11KK HIVE. Hmt. 31, 18-17.-34 : North Quoen it.

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

Almost a Fatal Accidknt to Uexiit Clay. —The sage of Ashland carnc near nuM'tin^ with a . ' fatal accident on Tluir>d;iy eveniim. jOiir readers are awanfthat he is a <ruost oi' Mayor -Swilt. ^ -V lU-r he retired to rest, on the evening alluded to. the servant who waits upon him, instead of >toppin«r ¦off the gjas in lhe usuliI \v»\: Line it out. and then ieft tho room. Things ivniained^in this state unrii near daylight. v\ lien the worthy Mayor was-awak-*ned by an insuliurable .-nH-U ' of k»-s. He got up, •dressed himself! and his first thought was to proceed . -to the room of Mr. Clay, to .see iliill was rii^ht tliuro. He opened the door, and tlie room was so tilled with ..gas; that it was with dilHcidly l:e ru.-'hed to the window, and raised it, so as to admit a current ot fresh air. The clothes which covered hi.-, distinguished guest moved slightly. The alarmed . Mayor took courage, and exclaimed—t; Mr. Clay—Mr. Clay—are you alive . ' " "Ye*, my old friend....

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