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

Moore &Risdon, Merchant Tailors NO. 70 South Third Street, nearly opposite the Exchage, Philadelphia. (B. E. Moore, late of the firm of Robb, Winebrcner & Co.) Respectfully announce to their friends and the public that they are constantly prepared to make to order, of the finest and best materials, and at moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, constituting a Gentleman ' B Wardrobe, for which their complete stock of choice and carefully selected clothscassimcres, vestinga, &c, of the latest and most desirable patterns, are particularly^designed. Their own practical knowled ge of tlie business and a personal attentionto every garment , enables them to giye'enjire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers they respectfully tender an invitation to give them a call. Having1 been for years connected with some of the ' bestand most fashionable establishments in this country, employing none but first-rate workmen , and being in the consta...

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

Doctor Yourself for 25 cents. BY means of the POCKET AESCULAPIUSor Every One his own Physician ! Seventeenth Edition, with upwards of One Hundred Engravings, showing private diseases in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative system, bv Wm. Young, M. D. The time baa now arrived, that persona suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victims of Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hindranco to business, or tho knowledge of tho most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. _ In addition to the general routine of private dj^e ' ase?, it fully explains the cause of Afon-Aood's early decline, with observations on Marriage —besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public ^ prints. 55" Persons residing at any distance from Philadelphia, can have this Book forwarded to them through the Post Office, on the receipt of 25 cents, directed to Dr. Willia...

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

a inint'!l; *s. Parasols, Ss aVasolett-ps, asitl Walking cane •i*i»Ur-t> 31as. [ "VCTILLIAM II. RICHARDSON, Ste:un Factory, , * } *!:(. ¦ only one in tbe United States, No. 10-1 Marke : ft reel. Philade![)hia. Merchants are respectfii. .a inforincd that I continue to mauu'aetiire i all the anove goods, by the aid of steam, notwith- j standing the urc-at opposition of partit's opposed to the introduction of expensive improvements. Vv assortment is complete, and prices so low, as lu : give entire satisfaction. f j D5" As there is an I' rnbrella Store ne.\t door, ot*1 iiearJv lite saice. ii.-trne. it is imp.orf.-iut you should remember WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON. Steam Factorv, and patentee of the Walking Cane I'm- ' brclla. ' sign of the L:n1y and Kagle. No. 101 Mar- ' ket street, Philadelphia. JKT* Attention is rt'tjuested to tlie celebrated Walking Cane Umbrella, a neat and beautiful article, combining all the advantages ut' a Cane and Umbrella, | [Feb. S. Gm-*2

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

Samuel Townsend , No. 35, South Second street, between Market and Chesnut streets, East side, Philadelphia. IMPO RTER and DEALER in Three Pl y, Ingrain, and Venitian Carpetings ; Canton, Nankin and Spanish Mattings; FJoor and Table Oil Cloths; Cotton and Woollen Diiugoetts ; Stair Rods, &c. Feb. I,r848-4in| [35 South Sccond'st. ©avis & Chew, , CABINET WARE-ROOMSNo. 276, S. Seconds! West side, Philadelphia.-HOUSEHOLD 'GOODS, cheap and of good quality—such as Beds, Bedsteads, Bureau, Chairs, Tables, &c. Cash paid for Old Furniture or taken in-exchange for New. Old Furniture repaired Feb. 1, 1S43-Gui 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

op The-Fourth of March Convention. PROCEEDINGS CORRECTED liY THE, OFFICIAL TIEPOIIT. The gentlemen from the different counties ot the Common wealth elected delegates to the Fourth of March Convention, assembled in The Court House, at Harrisburg, at 10 o'clock; On motion of R. H. Kerr. Esq. David Lynch was appointed Chairman of the Convention, for temporary organization. ¦ Alfred Gilmore and E. A. Penniman were appointed Secretaries to the Convention. On motion of Mr. Frailey, the counties were called over, when the following gentlemen ap poured as delegates: SENATORIAL DELEGATES. 1. Philadelphia city.—Henry M. Philips and Alexander K. Dougherty. 2. Philadelphia county.—William J. Crane. Ellis B. Schnabel and Edward A. Penniman. 3. Montgomery.—Dr. John A. Martin. 4. Chester and Delaware.—James Atkins. ; 5. Berks.—John W. Tyson. G. Bucks.—Oeu. John S. Bryan. 7. Lancaster and Lebanon.—Reah Rrazcraiul W. W.: Murray. S. Schuyllrill, Carbon, Monroe and Pike.—Charles Frailey. 9. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting Blood, Pain in the side. and breast, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Palpatation of the Heart, Whooping Cough, Hives, Nervous Tremors, Liver Complaint, and Diseased Kidneys, are radically cured, by Thompson' s Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha% ALTHOUJ&H the grrat fatality of pulmonary Diseases, at this time shows that there arc particular cases that render still too applicable the designation, approbia medicorum—the disgrace of physicians—to'this call of diseases; and that there are stages in thcirprogress,which having once been reached, recovery is doubtful. Still no one should despair. The writings of physicians, who have given to these affections particular attention, abound with many -recorded cases of recovery when the patient had reached a seeming hopeless stage of the disease; and there .is at this time, a remedy prepared in Philadelphia which has met with the most triumphant and cheering success in the most obstinate form...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

CLOTHING. Tiie United State ' s Clothing Store. Sign of the striped coat, by REUBEN ERBEN3 No. 35 North Queen street, cornnr of Orange, one square from the Court House, East Bide, Lancaster, Pa. : rT\SIS mammoth establishment ^ nbw contains by I, far the largest and cheapestassortinentof men ' s and-boys* well made clothing in the city of Lancastery and will ,positively not be undersold :by any uther. The stock includes every description oi clothing worn at the present day. The most fashionable, as well as the most plain, so that all tastes may be suited. The subscriber being a practical and experienced tailorgives his entire personal attention to the business, and has every garment made under his immediate inspection by the best workmen in the State, and as he buys all his goods in the Eastern cities for cash, can confidently recommend tlie inhabitants of Lancaster city and county, one and all, to call at they"'" * - ' SIGN OF THE STRIKED COAT, and convince themselves that it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

|« liititk nl I lit^hit'omiUi il ^IMIIV l;;. IB . p |Mlt-i imlilit' tiri> id'HIh'tl ihm Him iii^im Mnii-.u 1 hn|||. lhl> l'H"!lll|i|ll Ml' (Ills |t>ihlt Jill* mil Intuit MM '-ilU'M'tli 'Mill \\\-\\ \\\V \\-\\\\\ hi(i' |uiili|;f| \\\\\\ ||n|M*i ihll'iHMiti iVnni I In1 ' \i\\\ 'i i Ilillm 1. ¦ ¦ , |u s> U 1 - Tlin rnim, Tt'ii", inul T^miiiu^, Ihivh |irnii»>l, ui /tVi/ mM'i ' iMI Hii; li'll'h^, \\- (Mimlllllillillll, lilllm mult ili^lKlii ^Ith tin' tthMHMi! <<! ' I'm1 llMlt'^ in |1huvi^,hii| llin wnnU " Niuv l^riiiii " iKinist* ihu uiiiltllt' nl lint ilnniLHi. Thu l; il\ifi^mill HuiulniiU, nt ' lurntcr JMHinti, wuip [iriulnl iu blu('!i ink—thn new ts.-iiins iini fjriniuil in ?•(•(/ ink. Til" Five, Humlreds Imvo fur tho Vignntto, thron uiiilc liyuriis iu the trout of thn pirtiiri:, nun uf tliein sitting on a bloe.k uf stone—a medallion huiiri, with ;")t)0 un it, to tho right of tlm vignette. Tlin left mid ol' the note has a htwd of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Every man his own (Jas Mtmufitctvrer. u. s. 22. axi>re:\vs. "\T7"A?.M AIR FURNACE an.l Cooking Ransr YY Manufacturer, No. S3 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Having purchased iron: tbo American Assignees of the P;itont Domestic O;us Ajipar atus, the rights fur the Sinter oi'Ponnsvlvnnn' Del aware and Maryland, informs his friends and th<J public, that he is now reaiiv lo furnish them with Stoves litted up tor tlm purpose, by wliiuli every person crm ninnnracturc his own O.fs with h:it trill-. ing'cxpenses over tho outlay. Tlie construction of this apparatus issue!] that it may be attached to Stoves already in use : al.so to Cooking Ranges, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or in any situation where fire or light is required. To manufactories, holds, churches, and public or private .buildings, remote from any gas works, this apparatus will bo found a cheap and economical method uf lighting as well as heating their apartments, without .inv extra expense for fuel. Persons v...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Tilts Trial oS Christ fpHlR gfntul atitl iiupnsiug I'.sliibitiun nTSluliinry* . J_ rdprcsRtililtg tlie trial of nflr Snvimir Itnlbre l'Ulttlus t'ildttti 111 it group1 nf 2'A iigiih's (hi; size tit ' lltK tplniutltllvtlftWtkt ill ripphnirhtM eo4umr't is l(n\v li[)mt fUr.V*liibmilll lit tilt* All'Ml'M; Mh liiimlif ' liiliL'9 |)li?itsllft» 111. tluniiuiii'ihg If till' | iUllliiS tltitl tllh Hl';l!lhtill LH; llll|t ll^ llslll hi- Wllulf tllUnillimi lllLkrlllMr Wltll IlltVl Itl ' dlivUhll 111' till* lltildl t\iteiit#\hiMf*t* i\*f hihiiv iiuiiiili*! jtiwu uml lni ihn-U»fS" lllllldMll1 llltU ihM'MH'I't-IIH'X'i Hri^llH'fWlHth UMIHt liimul willi iHHhhil hhmihhi \, 11 will liti'- mt't'l nui l\\\M tit' llll' Itillll t'\tM nvluluinil Iini-. TniM|thMMllil tfni(||i in Ihu |M>nliii'-linii nl1 H (: W>>: hi'tMi'i/fH^^i.iiiitl ^ iihihiiIhI jh ni|iriu>iitii ih-u w\- \\w\\ 1)1 1lu> 'i'iiiii nl ' <Mir ^.1 \imih' i ^hmi r'li^ph.i¦ "iii^ \\i liim, *• I iul,i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

IVolicc to SMslHlers. AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. "\\rin-;iU-:AS, I, Jacob Weitzel, of the city o1' y r Lancaster, coppersmith, have, received bv let" ters Patent, recorded in the Patent ollice in tin: citv of Wa.shiiigtnn. certain useful improvements in the construction oi' Stills, which imuroveuieuts consul of an aitditanial tub, called a doubling tub, which is placed partly above; the still, in which tub the doubier 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 aiate before it is let iulo the still, which pipe is opened or stopped when requisite by means of a pint: made of wood, copper, or any other material. What I claim as inv improvements are the above described doubling tub and the plu;; bv which tho beer passes Irom one tub to the other, or from the tub into the still. Having received information, amounting to proof, that my patent for the above described improvements has He...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Fashionable Tall a»tl Winter lIoUaiiBU. Call at the New Clothing Establishment, West King ¦street, between Cooper & Lichty's ami C. llager's store, opposite to Stcinman & Sou's Hardware Istore. : / BLI CIITY y AIcrchant Tailor, has always on # hand a atpek of ready made clothing, of tlie cheapest and best lo be hud in tho city. He would call attention to the following articles, and feels assured will be: able to give general satisfaction to all who will tavor him with their custom. His stock consists in part as follows: ; Dross and Frock Coats, Cassimerc Pants, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, Vests of al! kinds, Drawers, Suspenders, Sec. together with evrrv article of clothing for gentlemen's and boys* wear, which he will sell at the very lowest rates. Cloths, CassiiiiL'reo, and Yustinirs iilwuys un hand. Having just rocnived tho New York and Philadelphia Spring and Summer Fashions, he is propared to attrml.to customer's work, which will be warranted to be done ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Camaster ^ntdligmccr, . -PUBLISHED ETBRT TUESDAY MOUSING, BY E. W. HUTTER. Office in " Union Court," in the rear of the Market House, adjoining Centre Square. ' TERMS: "SuuscBiPTioN.—Two dollars per annum, payable in advance; two twentv-five, if not paid within '* six.months; and two fifty, if not paid within the .year. No subscription discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the 32ditOT. Aidveetis.ements.—Accompanied by tlie CASH, and mot erceedrng one square, will be inserted three times for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. Those of a.greater length \n proportion. Job Peinting.—Such as Hand Bills, Posting Bills. Pamphlets, Blanks, Labels&c, &c.; executed with accuracy and at the shortest notice.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

ft}. 31. EIAMISKiftUT, MTCRCH ANT TAILOR, would most respectfully inform his friends and the. public that he has received at his room, for a number of years occupied by Gotlcib Halbach, deceased, a.s a shue store, in North Queen street, next door to tho Examiner & Herald otlice, a large assortment of ready made CLOTHING, of every varietv, cut and made in the latest tall ami win tor styles. He would also inform his friends and the public that he pavs particular attention to customer work, and is prepared to m;rke to order all articles in his line, in the latent and most f.isiiioualile stvlel ii;ul on the must reasonable terms. Scouring and -Renovating attend oil to on i lie shortest notice. lie pledges himself to giv* sntlsfuction to all who may wish garment:: renovated and scoured. He desires to present His ackuuwi-1 'ediie.tnent.s for past favors .ind solicits a continuance of the public favor. K. M.MAlIBRKiHT. September 21. IS 17. 3.-)-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Slate for Sale. A LL persons wishing to roof cither new or old buildihgs-with slate are hereby informed that the subscribersyhave now on hand at their quarries at Peach Bottom, Lancaster county, a large quantity of ROOFING SLATE, of a superior quality j 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 letter, directed to that office, and jthey will be promptly attended to. They also further request those who may find it more convenient to call oh John Ehler/EsJ}., 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; Jf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

EicsasoviU oi' tJie Cheap Cash - ,CL*»Tfi3ix-tr store:. T GORMLKV, Merchant Tailor, ^respectfully i informs tlie citizens of the city and county of Lancaster his rsisumiers and the customers of Simon .1. Young, that he has taken the stand so tnuir occupied bv S. J. Vouncr, two doors south of Orange Street, and next door to J. Gish & Co.'s I'ook Siure, where lie has the largest assortment of r;-ail v m:ide clot hi nu ever offered in tlie citv of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cluaks. Hangup. Sack, Dress. Frock, Walking and Riding Coats. i Roundabouts fur boys of all sizes and descriptions. ! J. (i. returns thanks tor thu m;i:iy favors and j hopes tha^his friends ami the customers of S. .1. ! Young and*tho public iu general will continue to ! tavor him with their calls. [nov 16-4*2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

I>r. Iu. ju. Moore, Utentist, S TILL'continues to perform all operations on the TEETH upon terras to suit the times. Office North Queen'street, opposite KaufFman's Hotel ap 1 ' . ' " " 9

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

stitutions. The present general administration, ¦Wh ich came into power. on the 4th of March, 1845, has lived, to see its policy and its principles fully vindicated by the test of time j and the firm and fearless Executive, who; dicyi&t hegt&te t6 avow his great reforms, and to pursmB'theiri enflinchingly; to completion, is greeted by the tributes of the reluctant witnesses, who dailyeonfess to tteirisdoia and foresight of bis measures/SfPennsylvaiBji, which; , was the first to be pwstratea / under the iron hand of fire trade—according to" the horoscope cast Ibr her by our political seers-rBtill stands before her sisters, with her fair fields unblighted, her iron hills alive with the hum of industry, and her teeming vaJleyBJocund with the voice of well rewarded toil. It is under auspicious circumstances like these that the delegates of the Democratic party of Pennsylvania, assembled once more to express their unalterable attachment to Democratic principles, and to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Can Mr. Buchanan be nominated at Baltimore? Now that the Democracy of Pennsylvania have declared Jas. Bcchaitas to be the man, whom above all others they would prefer as their presidential candidate for thtnext term, we frequently hear the question jiropounded which heads this article. To this question we invariably respond in the affirmative, and say: It is not only possible for Mr. Buchanan to receive the endorsement of the National Convention, but it is highly probable, nay almost morally certain. We have many reasons for the faith that is within us. • First of all, Mr. Buchanan comes before that Convention with the endorsement of the glorious old Keystone—the disinterested arid eelf-sacrificing state, that has never furnished a President herself, but that has, in many a perilous and doubtful conflict, rescued the Democratic Flagship from impending disaster—the state that gave to Ahdmsw Jack-«o,v the unprecedented majority of 50,804—that saved the election of Jambs " K. Pot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Resolved , That we recognize in George M.JDal las a true Democrat—a distinguished statesman, and a pure patriot; and, as a son of Pennsylvania, we take pleasure in bearing testimony to his virtue, his talents, and bis integrity. - ; Resolved , That the Democracy of Pennsylvania regard the. administration of Martin Van Buren with pride. We venerate his principles—-they are our own, and have been sustained, but the standard bearer, for the time being, was overwhelmed. | Resolved , That we look upon Gen. Lewis Cass as a great and glorious man; and whilst we reiterate that the Democracy of Pennsylvania infinitely] prefer their own great and pure man, Buchanan, to any other, we proclaim to the world, that the choice of the Baltimore Convention, when fairly made, shall be ours. | - Resolved, That in all questions respecting the organization or proceedings of the Baltimore Convention, the delegates sent from this State be instructed to vote in such manner as a majority of them shall deci...

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