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

IN THE MATTER 'of the intended ~ application of Owen Hopple, to the Mayor's Court of the city of Lancaster, April Sessions, 1S4S, for license to keep a public house at the hew building lately erected on the east side of North Queen street, near the railroad, known as the : 'Lancaster City Exchange," in said city. ' We, the undersigned, citizens of the North East Ward, in the city of Lancaster, where' the 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 Owen Hopple, arid that he is of good repute for hoivesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. C. F. Youngman, Michael Gross, Peter Gerber, Win. Martin, T. C. Wiley, Michael Ehrman, Benj. D. Gill, Jonathan Foltz, John A. Latulis, Jacob-Zercher, Chas. C. Ihling, Jacob M'Cully March 7, 1848. 3t.(j...

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

E. M. SIAMBRICUIT, MER CHANT TAILOll, would most respectfully inform liis frienVls and thn public that he has received at his room, for a number of years occupied by Gotleib Ilalbach, deceased, as a shoe 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 winterstyles. He would also inform his friends and the public that he pays particular attention to customer work, and is prepared to make to order all articles in his line, in the latest and most fashionable style, and on the mgst reasonable terms. Scouring and Renovating attended to on tlie shortest notice. He pledges Mmself to give satisfaction to all who may wish garments renovated and scoured. IJe desires-to present his acknowledgements for past favors and solicits a. continuance of the public favor. E. M.MAMTJIUUHT. September 21, 1S-17. * • 35-tf

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

IN THE MATTER nftluMJilriittcil application nf Lewis Hmisral, to the Court of Quarter Sessions uf Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1S4S, Inrjicense to krep a tavern in the village of Hainbridge, Lancaster countv, '* Union Hotel," being :in old stiind. We, tlie undersigned, citizens nf the village of IJjiinhriilge,'where tho said inn or tavern is proposed to lie kept, do certify, thru the said inn or tavern is neees.-iurv to ac:conini(idaU( the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are well acjiKiiuled witl^thc said Lewis ilonseal, and that he is of trooil repute for honesty anil temperance, mul is well provided with house room and conveniences l<»r ihc ;iccoiui:iml;U!O!i of strangers ;iiul travellers. Jolm F:il-rrt. Jacnh S. Warfel, J. F. IJpecher, Henry Xnpl^ker, Henry I laMcman. jr., John Shoall*. .Tacub Adams. George lliickenberger, Nathan Ksworthv. J. II. Hamilton, C. S. Naldcman, Geo. \V. A-^lii'.],. Cliristian SuvJpr, Jf,.urv Ifaldcrnan, Ji.hn ...

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

Slate for .Sale. 4 LL persons wishing to roof cither new nr old Xa_ buildings with shite are hereby informed that Lhe subscribers have now on hand at their quarries iit Peach liottom, Lancaster county, a large quantity of ROOFING SLATE, of a superior quality ; also a proportion of second quality ; all of which they will dispose of on very accommodating terms, cither 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 calling on the undersigned partner, at his Mills, near Goshen post office, Fulton township, in person, or address him by lettnr, directed to that office, and they will be promptly attended to. They also further request those who may fiml it more convenient to call on John Ehler, Esij., of the city of Lancaster, or on Mr. Jeremiah Brown, of Columbia, they being fully authorized to contract for said company. SLATER BROWN & CO. Fulton twp., Feb. 29, 1848. 4m-5 ...

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Martin Leber, to the Court of Quarter Sessionsj-of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848, for license to continue keeping a tavern in the village of Beartown, Carnarvon township, being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizenB of the township of Caernarvon; where the 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 Martin teber, and that he is of good repute fox honesty arid temperance, and is well provideWftith housc|room and conveniences for the accommodation of; strangers and travellers. ! Vl Beckham, Wm C Clemson, John Kurtz, Hiram Evans, Benj Miller, John Yohn , Andrew Robinson, Wm. Willman. Wm. Kurtz, Hanson B Jacobs, Lot Ropers, E. Davies, John Rice, Wm Zell. March, 7, 1848. 3t*-6

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application! of James H. Slaymaker, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848, for license to continue keeping a public house, known as the White Horse, in the village of Williainstown, Paradise township, being an old stand. <Wc. the undersigned, citizens of Paradise township, where the said inn or tavern is proposed to be kept, do certify that the said inn or tavern is necessarv to accommodate the public and entertain strantiers and travellers, ano that we are wqll acquainted with the said Jas. H. Slayniaker, and that lie is of ;rood repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the-accommodation of strangers and travellers. N. E; Slavmakor, John Ovorlev. Thomas VcSorlov, William Hamilton, John Slayniaker, Alexander Stewart, Robert V)aitland, Hugh Aikin, James Walker, George II;r^cc, MafJiins Slavmaker, Jns. G Kminiiror ~ [March 7, " l848-3t-6

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

IN THE MATTER ot the intended application of Adam Kendig, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1S4S, for license to continue keeping a tavern at Conestoga Centre, being an' old stand. We, the .undersigned, citizens, of Conestoga township, in the county of Lancaster, do certify, that being personally and well acquainted with Adam Kendig, the above 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 orgood repute for honesty and temperance, and thttt he is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. John Erby. Benjamin Good, John Harnish, Simon R Weaver, John H Harman, Martin Hess, Christian Kindig, John Kendig, M D , Christian Shenk, John Martin, Christian Miller, David Harnish, Daniel Conral. [March 7, lS48-3t*-6

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of George Haines, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848, for license to keep a tavern in Martic township, (now kept by Elizabeth Mitchell,) being an old stand We, the undersigned, citizens of Vlartic twp., in the county 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 well acquainted with the said Geo. Haines, 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 Alexander, John Fisher, jr., Jolm Barley, George M Smithson, Frederick Shoph, Adam Mc-Cannel, Joseph Englcs, Thomas Clark, Thomas J. Necl, John R. Barclay, Henry Ufelman, John Wilson. [March 7, lS48-3t-6

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

IVantcd, A TEACHER for the Male Hi gh School in the City of Lancaster. The branches taught in the school are reading, writing, aritlnnetip, geography, grammar, composition, astronomy, algebra, geometry. Salary, £500 per annum. The examination of the applicants for the station will take place on the second Tuesday in March, ut 3 o'clock A. M., at lhe dwelling of tho Rev*' . J. C. Baker, Duke street, Lancaster. [Feb. 22-4-3t " TUNLliS B. KAUfFMAnT AUon7eV~ ttT!^w ~ i fj ftflVrH hifl pi'olbSNlrjiitU tuirviuos tt> tilt: public.,— OHlct) in Lniigptiftctar 'n liullilltig, Cantre SjULiiro, next door to Kontita'a Hotel.' April Ul, 1847. \\ W ~"" L?ilAM " KrHUVAN,AttoriiPV"iCu w\ oil fleo opposite Spreohtsr'i * Hotel, Kant Klna it LnneMter. . [deo fl-«-tf

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application ofJaniP.s II. Houston, to the court of Quarter S.e.-sioiiR of LiLiica.stcr cnunry. April Sessions, 1S-1S, lor license to continue keeping a tavern in tiie township of'Salisburv, sign ot * the -; Gap Grade"—being an old stand. We, the undersigned critizens of the township ot Salisburv, \\^ieic the said inn or tavern is 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 J imes II. Hous ' ton, and that lie is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with bouse room and conveniences for .the accommodation of strangers and travellers. John D. Wiison, John Iteeser, Samuel Jackson, faleb J. Baldwin, Philip Hathaway, John Bitzj Henry Levingstun, U. F. Houston, Isaac Levingston, Thomas Leviugston, Winfield- S. Ke.nnedv Hugh Riimbo. [march-7—(i-3t

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Hoiirv Getz. to thr Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848, for license to keep a tavern in East Hemptield township, sign of the Hitqk, bein^ an old stand We, tlie undersigned, citizens of. the township of East Hempfield, where tlie 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 tlie said Henry Getz, and that he is of pond repute 'for honesty ami temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. EniiUiucI Wertz,.lnhn Roam, John Fitlmer, Benj. Hrnr. David Lrveniirht, John Miller. W. D Martin, A Dietrich, I). Hims. Jacob J-'rny, Adam S Diet-. rich, Uetij. Witmer, Fred Scnc^*, Christian Hornhrrger [March 7. 1848-3t*-l»

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

" The Siikindcst Shot of All. " Mr. Henley, in a late speech on the Mexican war, said: "The paper wrapper of a Mexican cartridge, ii missile of death fired at us at lincna Vista. and picked up by one of his constituents, was a part ol Webster' s Philadelphia speech. His authority for this was Major Cravin. Capt. Davis, and Lieut, hhank, -of the Indiana volunteers: The - paiier was still in possession of one of these gentlemen. " That the Mexicans have an ugly fashion ol1 Ji]iping the tips of their lances iir riiuk poison, and using copper cannon balls, is nothing new. but to wrap their bullets - up in extracts of Webster' s speeches, and lire them' at our soldiers, is a rclinement of cruelty, which we did not suppose even lhe .Mexicans fo be guilty of.

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

TN THK MATTER of the intiMided npplication nlMtilm Hamilton, tu the Mavor'H Court ul' tho city of l.iuiciistor. April Sessions, IS IS, Tor license tit continue keeping :i tuvrrn in tin* north cant ward, Iteiuu' mi old st'Hiil. We, (}[!•. lUiJerNitffM'c], v.hhottn ul' thr Sttrth R:int Wiiril, in the city of l.auciiNter, whern the H.iid inn oi- tavern is proposeil to br kept, do ccrlliV, tlint ihi ' miiil iuJi i>J' tavern i;i ncecusiirv to iii'cotiiiuodiitt1 the public mul entertain Ntr ' nnner* uud traveller^, and that we nre well aeijuninled with the saiil John lliuniltnii, mul that he in uf gnoi! rcgiiile. fur luiliOHty iiml tcmpefiiiie.e.and is .well provided with house room and cutiveiiieiici's fur the accommodation of stfiinuer* and travellers. Jacob /echer, C. Kline, Levi Swopo, R.M'Clure, J(ihnS\vact7,M. Miller. I). Heiishu, Edm. M.KIino, Charles M. Howell,,luhn Cniiu, John Knudorsmith, Reuben S. linhrer. [March 7, lS-lS-^t*-6

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

Removal of the Cbcap Cash CI^OTIIimO STORE. T GOUMLEY, Merchant Tailor, respectfully i informs the citizens of the city and county ol Lancaster-—Ins customers tiiid the customers of Simon J. Young, that ho htiB taken Ihn Ftauu so long occupied by S. J. Young, two doors south of Orange Street, und next door to J. Oieh & Co.f s Pook Store) whufa he Iiiih thts lurgoat tiBBortmcnt of rtmdy miuln clothing uv«r oltcrctl In the city of Lnneuater. TIUu stuck cmmlste ofCluukn/UAiigup, Nutsk, DrtiSH, Fruok, \V»)hlng itiul Hltlltitf (Vuits, IltiiinduboulN Cur boyi nf nil p/xmm mid itt-Rrcipiiiui-, .1, (i. rMiirim tlmnkn Hir tlm niiitiy lUvom ami hopps thut his iVmndH and Iho gij^toiuiTH ul'K. J, Young and the publle in geimrul will eonttnno to lUvur lilm with their anils. [nov Iti-H

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

O3:atiis. At Xashvillc, on the 17th ult , Hon. Orn. W. Campbell, a ilif-timinished citizen of Tennessee, lli'hjitl in his lii'o filled many important public n.'J'n-rs, :un(n>'j v/bieb were the fnllmving : Hi-presetitativ'e in C/ (,!i<rre>-s |i-nll, lSO:J to 1S29. beinu the last fvo yeaTs oi' his service chairman nf the Committee i,f Ways and i imiis; .Inline uf the United Stales District Court ; Minister tn lliussia ; Senator of the I'liiteil States ; and Secretary ul' the United Stales Treasury Department. He hail reached SO years o!' Hire. On the 2 1th nit., at I.itiz, Clementine L. Christ, in the :i." ;'h yc.ir of lier age.

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

Public Sale OF BANK STOCKS AND STOCK OF CONESTOGA STEAM MILLS. 9fiT SNAIVES of Stock in the Lancaster Bank, ^u ' 70 Shares of Stock in the Farmers' Hank of Lancaster, and 3 Shares of Stock in the Conestoga Steam Mills , will be oflcred at public sale by the undersigned administrators of N. F " . Lightner, dce'tl., at the public house of Lewis Sprecher,* in the city of Lancaster , on Tuesday the 21st March, 1848, at 3 o'clock in the alWiioun. KDWIN N. L1GHTNER, PETER E. MGHTNER THOMAS s. ViULVAtNE ' March 7, 1848-3t-fi] AtlmLnUtrntors.

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

Removal. GEO. SPURRIER would respectfully inform his friends, customers, mid the public in general, that he has removed hia Clothing Store Irom hiu old Rtiuid next doof to tho PustOillccto uti * door Mouth of John Dear*' * Printhig OIlluc , nnd Hourly opposite .1. Mk'Jiunl'K Hotul, tit the «l((ii nf the Biu pANn, whero nil would do well tu cull tint w.int to buy GltfeiAP AND WtiLJi-MADfeJ CLOTHING, O^ Guatomor^ work RUflnded t» ut th^ nliortent n ell ins mid made in a workiniuilikfi mminer. IJon 't Ibrget tire plnee, lip uf the Oltf.PuntR, doo 7i 47-4S-lf] GKO ^ SPUnniKR,

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

CouNTRpsiT.—Stqrokeopors untl othow should m on their gututl, m It is gtiltl u new bateh ef . -Gouutftcl'tiU $!)')*, on tho Union Bunk el'Dehiwure ami $Tb <j\\ m« Funuem' und Mut'hunign1 Ikuk tit1 ^owBrunswidk,^, .L^mve ju«t hm\ i^iunl by • tinnio p.x|wrl rnnnp, ¦ . j

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

npHK Right Rev, Alonao. Potter, 1). d. will ojf\- JL f Into in Christ Church, Letieouk, m\ 1'tiduy Um lOtti Ifiat., itt !!| o'clock. In (he (tllariiooii, and in All Htilnt'i Churoh, ParadUe, In the evonlna of tlie mime day, nt Ot o'eleek, titul nlut) uii tfiej ' jiext morning, at 10 u'olnpR, ' Maroh 7f 1848, , ¦ ' fl.p '

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

Or.Townsend's comiHuiiidExtrac' I -. SarsaparUlau \ ; " : rpHIS Extract is put up in quart bottles—it is six- '¦- JL times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted suptf- ' riorto aiiysold. It cures diseases without vomiting, ; purging, sickening <?r debilitating the patient , and | is particularly adapted for a Spring, asid Summer-i iVIedicine. i.The great beauty and superiority of UiiS'SarBapa- ¦ rilla over all other; remedies is, while it/eradicates; disease, it invigorates the body. Consumption cured. ¦ It cleanses and ^ strengthens * . Consumption can Us* cured. Bonchitis} consumption, liver complaint, colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting of blood, soreness in the chest, hectic flushnight Bweats, difficult or profuse expectoration and pain in the aide, &c, have and can be cured. [ Probably there never was a remedy that has been 30 successful in desperate cases of consumption as r this; it cleanses' and strengthens the system, and ; appears to heal the ulcers ...

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