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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Destructive Fire in New Yoht—Fifttsetex Horses Bcbned.—-Xoout 2 o' clock on Sunday morning, and almost immediately after the stables of the Harlem-Railroad . Company at ' the corner of Forty-second street and Fourth-avenue had been locked up for tw^. njght, one of them, a frame building, in the centre ' 100 feet by 30, in which there were ai * the time about 70 or 80 of the most valuable horces of the Company, was discovered to l>e on .fire, and so rapid was the progress of the flames that only 13 horses -were rescued from the devouring element The entire building was soon reduced to a heap oi " ruins, and in it 57 horses were burnt to a crtep. The ruins continued to burn during the whole of yesterday, and presented a most shocking sight The value of the horses burned to death is estimated pt about S5.000 exclusive of the staUe.'

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Democratic State «.'«.•«<raI (Committee. The members.of the Democratic Stain Out™] Committee, appointed by the Ith i.f March Con-. vention , are requested to convene ut tlw liiw of Henry Buehler, in Hurisburg. on Tu'«l:iy. Murch 28th, at 3 o'clock P. M.. for the purpiBi: ol organising for the ensuing Presidential election. ,E. W. HUTTEK, Chairman. Lakcibteh, March 21, 1S-IS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

u7* Ramiull Hutchinsos-, the absconding defaulter to the U. S. Mint in Philadelphia, re Jmed to-that city-on Monday,-and was immediately com. mitted to jail in default of $28,000 bail. The North ~2meriiQ-ii says: The whole amount of Hutchinsou' s defalcation was not quite $24,000- His surety has paid 35000 of this, and Capt. Eckfelt brings baefc 82000 of ^e embezzled money which H. was persuaded to nurrender to him at St. Thomas. This will reduce the defalcation to. the sum of 817,000. The baggage of H. is supposed to contain a large sum, so that it h more than probable the Government wjjl noisus :3in a ver y keavy lose by this peculation.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

A)>|u>Jiitni<'M(N liy tlic I'rvslOent of the lulled NfnlfH. }! \l inn! tpiz/i iht tttkitt anil cunienl nf the Sennit, Asiiiiiom'. II, Ki:vm», of the Stiite nf ArkniiKiih, tit lie C'niiniiimiuner u| iljc I'nileil Slitles, with , tlic rank ol Envoy Kxtrunrdinuryniid Minister P|en. / i|Hi|oliti»iy to the Mexican republic HniiuiiT M. WahiII, " ot tlm £tate. of lVimsylvania, to lie. Secretary of the Lcjpifion nf tlm l'nite.1 States to thu Mexican republic. j- _ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

! c - Confirmation hj- the Senate. ^ J.,W»X CaAMiAS, to bo President Judge of'the Xlth (Chester and Delaware) Judicial district. : h , mryKe nS'wne ' «& V<Es ~ ? the .popular organ : .*{ ' tfa* German Democrats of Schuylkill county i edited by Col, Charles Fhailei-, the President of •tne"4th of March Convention, - has abandonad its j ' .neutrality, and raisod'to its mast-head the name of ¦ J' UIM Bl'CBAKAK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Passage of the Ten Regiment Bill in Uio Senate. »,.:; rheT0te on lne fen Re gimrnt Bill was finely £. taken,-Jaat.Friday- evening, in the Senate, when it ^ prevailed by a majority of «m \-otes co to 19 '•alHhe- Democrats in_ its favor jjut Mr. Calhoun, .siqdiall.tlie.opppsitioa against it with the fame ex ' ]c«pti?n. . ¦ . . . . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

"'¦¦"' "¦" '"' HCarVlsljurg: " Redeemed. •b, j Tlie Dejnocrate carried' the GapjtaL, Harrisburg, •»&¦ Friday lasti-attheelection fof-municipal officers, "fcy " a-very handsome ¦majority, -last year it gave a federa} .majority of forty-eight Sax Irvin. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

into fee fine 8t Dennis and the Rue St Martin, the people erected barricades, by tearing up the .|iavmg<tone, seizing carts, omnibusses, &c. Most of these barricade* were soon carried by the muniripal guards and troops; bot at some of them severe «|gagementg took place, notwithstanding the: people -were almost entirely unarmed. The markets, "fee-Ptsee de la Concorde, the Place da Carrousel, I 4e Boulevards, the Roe St Honore, and an immense number of other streets and places were occupied byi the troops—in fact, the whqfe of Paris Was occupied, as if civil war had been everywhere raging. The.troops remained with their arms in their ^M*nffi All night ¦ : As I turned into the Eue St Dennis, the dragoons who w pjx stationed clofci by the Porte, jeceived order* to charge, and I saw them gallop down the street at a rapid rate, with their drawn swords gleaming in we sun.; At the same moment, de-Uehmenfe if fight dragoons and infantry hastened after them * Trom this it was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Public Sale. 3N Tuesday, March 23, 1848, will, be sold at public vendue, by the undersigned, assignee of John Rhoads and Wife, at their residence in the village of Intercourse, Leacock township, the following personal property, to wit: 1 Plantation Wagon, nearly new ; two Carriages, a horse power for turning and grinding, two new saddles, sausage cutting machine, chopping bench, grain cradle, mowing scythe, grindstone, a lot of shingles, straps for horse power, a new seed drill of the improved patent, 1 sett of smith's tools, 2 anvils, 3 screw plates and taps, one vice, a small coal stove and pipe. Also, a large lot of new Iron and Steel, stone and sulphur coal, charcoal, a gig body and top, jack-screw, Buffalo robe, fish net, a large lot of old iron and scraps, one share in hay scales, and a great variety of other articles not enumerated. Also,Household and Kitchen Furniture, consisting of Beds and Bedsteads, meat stands, and a great variety of other articles too numerous to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

County Court Proclamation. WHEREAS, .the Honorable ELLIS LEWIS, President, and Jacob Grosh and Emanuel Schaeffer, Esq ' rs., Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County of Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the said County of Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me directed, requiring me, nmong other things to make Public Proclamation throughout my Bailiwick, that the Court of Oycr and Terminer and General Jail Delivery: Also, a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence in the city of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the THIRD MONDAY OF APRIL NKXT, 1848, in pursuance of which precept PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to.the Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen of the city of-Lancuster, in the said county, and all the Justices of tho Peace, the Coroner, Constables, of the city and county of. Lancaste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

^|S^S^^| *m*U»«ri ^^«ss»^f^^sss^ Awm.wi& H>wiMll» » n^M trithgmt truth: "»ijtrmt»tmtm UMi*mfT>ir******»*po sfcstymmdcrtefaoiUyo* mirth* nKeogU.'"—Tip* the* upUin Ike cxtnordiauf niccat mt the <*bmhitc,» ¦rtMM88hi>> > ** . J^HreHSBt^^k* <fc * , . ' ^ ^mmBWSS^H^^* •«*!* when it ip crowded with J|^Qmk|^# tfiV lOYCM Of. 4^R3JEi!!!*iwC^^HI^^BK Here Heavy Unbleached Maslin worth 10 cents, a bow selling for 6± cti. per jwd. Piae bleached 4-4 rnna. worth 10 cti. selling for 6* Fast col. Mane. Ginghams worth 18 Belling for 1S| Good Pocket Handk&., worth 12* gelling for 6* Linen Cambric « worth 25 selling for 12* " " " worth 15 Belling for 10 Calicoes, . . worth 10 selling for 6J A lot of Hosiery very cheap. Ladies open worked white Cotton. Hose , 25 eta/; they are veij desirable and worth 60 cts. per pair. A lot of heaTy Irish Linens, a great bargain* they were bought subject to a few water stains and will be sold off Ter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Commercial Eecorfr. PHIXADELPHIA.MARKET. REVIEW roB THE WEEK EHDIKO MARCH 18. FLOUR AND MEAL.—The market opened -with a better export demand, which somewhat stiffened prices, and the Bales of Flour are to the extent of 6a7000 bbls., principally taken for shipment, st $6 for standard, 6,12J for selected, and 6,25 for good brands, including Western at the latter rates, but closing with only a moderate enquiry for Penn ' a.. brands, which! arc offered at $6 per bbl. Sales for home use are to a fair extent at $6a6,25 for fair and good, and 6,50a7 for extra and fancy brands. Corn Meal has been taken more freely, and the market closes firm ; sales are 3500 bbls. Penn ' a. at 2,25, and 400 bbls Brandy wine at 2,50. Rye Flour —Some small lots have been picked up at 83,75, but since, a sale.of 3a400 bbls. is reported at 3,87;, which is the. asking price. ^ GRAIN.—The market is nearly bare of Wheat, and sales consequently light. We notice some 3500 bushels reds taken at 125c. for inferi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

" Secure the Shadow ere the Substance Fade.-3 * C1OLLINS' Celebrated Sky-Light Dajjuerrcotvpes. / Tivo Silver Medals awarded at the1 Fair of tho Franklin and American Institute*, for the best anjd most artistical specimen* of Daguerreotype Portraits. The recent improvementmad^ytiie subscriber?, and which is peculiar to their establishment ntbne, viz: an upper light, has received the highest recommendations from, the Press, and also Trritterj testimonials from the first.artists in the countrv, bcb to its great superiority over the usual side'li ghi. The peculiar advantage of this light is that the natural expression of: the eye can be ohtfaiyed now more perfectly than heretofore. Citizens and Htranfrers are respectfully incited, whether desiring portraits or not, to visit our spacious gallrrien, probably the largest aiid most extensive in the United States, anil- examine for themselves the astonishing improvements -made by the subscribers iii this wonderful art. ! T. P. &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Servants' Friend. ANOTHER supply of Servants' Friend (the best Stove Blacking in the country) just received by GEO. A. Al ILLER, March 14-St-7.] West King st., Lancaster. I RISH LINENS.—100 piec«s just received direct from Boston, they are a great bargain, and well worthy the examination of every housekeeper. Tickings, Flannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for sale at remarkably low prices at the BEE HIVE, Sept. 21, 1847.—34 North Queen st. rpiHE LADIES are particularly invited to call .j. early and examine those beautiful and rich BONNET RIBBONS, all new, fall styles, now opening at the . BEE HIVE, N. Queen st. sep 21 33 T)ATENT SAFETY FUSE FOR BLASTING.— |7 Just received, a fresh supply of the above, for sale by the barrel at manufacturers prices, by BOWLBY & BRENNER, Feb. 29, 1343-5-ly] No. 69 Market St., Phila. JOB AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING neatly executed at the Intelligencer Office, rear of the Market House, Lancaster, Penna. Feb.29 » 1847. 5-tf ANOTHER large supply of ch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Joseph Elliott, to the Court of Quarter Scs-Bions of Lancaster county, ApriKSessions, 1848, for license to continue keeping a public house, in Drumore township, Lancawter county, in the well known Spring Grove Inn, being an old'stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of, Drumore township, in the county of Lancaster, do.ccrtify, that being personally and well acquainted witli Joseph Elliott, the above named petitioner, and that the above mentioned Inn or Tavern whichhc proposes to keep, is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and x 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. Samuel ^'cGlaughlin, G. Morrison, A. S. Ewing, S. J. Hamilton, Richard C. Edwards, William Phillip's, Samuel Morrison, William Steele,jr., Benjamin F Wayne, S. .Maxwell, John Shnevelv, Geo. v aumert. •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Enterprise Boarding School. T HE subscriber having beenfrequentlysolicited, has now made an arrangement in his school for ' the accommodation of Boarders, cither boya or girls, after the first of May next. ': i - Instruction will be givau in all the customarv ; branchesof an English Education, such as Heading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, tinunmar. History, Chemistry, Philosophy, Botany, Elocution, Algebra, and Mathematics; Algo, in Phonography, Pitman ' s beautiful system/of Sh^rt-liand Writing, adapted to all purposes of |bueineaa\and correspondence, as well as for accurate verbatim reporting. Pupils will be furnished with all Buch pooka as they desire, at the usual retail prices. School to commence on the first day of May. / " The price for Board, Tuition and Washing, for one Quarter of 13 weeks, will be §26—one half payable in advance. The location is in the Village of Enterprise, on the Columbia Railroad, 7 miles east of the city of Lancaster. For further particulars a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Look Here! Clocks and Watches. TH E undersigned has just returned from ^^ Philadelphia with ,a new and splendid Cf*>^. assortment of Clocks, Watches, Accordeons, Jp < ^fc Musical Boxes, Gold Pens, &c, which he iflSSt*^ prepared to dispose of on the most reasonable terms. Among his assortment may be found Gold and Silver Levers, Imitation Levers, Quartiers and English Watches, and a new article of Clocks, and all articles usually kept in his line. He respectfully invited the inspection of his friends both in town and country to his stock of goods with the assurance that from his assortment they cannot fail to make a selection of any article thev mav want. Repairing attended to as usual " , and all work warranted. JOHN BROWN. Agt. Feb. 15, 1848. 3 Chair Maker, Paper Hanger and Painter. Corner of South Queen and Vine streets. rilHE undersigned respectfully informs his friends _|_ and the public that he has now on hand, and is constantly manufacturing to orde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

nUu^eto Wa AdveftlwmenU. F. B. Pai«i«7 *onrr, Thixd ahd Chesjtdt Sn .. , .-. ,.-.; V 0 eir^i^u^xprtsaal :,.:.~: In their own Ca^iana in chrae of Meisengin. T8 now,ronnia(r dail y between Philadelphia, lu-I eas t** ,, CoWmbia^ rigtesTille, York, Balt imore, South and West, aid alao ftonj Philadelphia to New'Tork, North and Eart , for the forwarding bymail, trains of valuables, parcels, ' bundle ' s, light boxes and the transaction of any commissions entrusted to them at tery ruoondble rotes The Express leaves Philadelphia, at midnight thus enablbg persons sending oy it to hare their orders filled and rtctixnd the following morning A messenger always accompanies each car, v,ho will receive and deliver at all the offices on the way. The proprietors wish to make their line ' a genoral public convenience and pledge themselves nothing shall remain undone which the public convenience {nay require. All goods mast be marked, by " Miller Jr. Co.'a Express." CHAS. NAUMAN, Agent for Mil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

BUSINESS CARDS. American Clothing Store, Sign of the Striped Pants, o BY GEORGE SPURRIER, a ? "VTORTH Queen street, tour doors from the > j J^ Court House, and next to John Bear ' BM "Printing office, nearlyt opposite Michael's Ho- h " Z tel, Lancaster, Pa. 5 " JJSr Remember this Establishment contains »S <The Cheapest and Best Ready-Made Clothing ^ % in the City, h * AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Feb; 15, 1848. ' 2m-3. White Crape Shawls. T ONGENECKER & CO., have received a lot of I j handsome White Crape Shawls of all prices and.qualities to-the most costly, which they will dispose of at small advances. Also, a new lot of Paris' Embroideries, Needle Worked Collars, caps and laces, Silk Fringe, &c. A beautiful assortment of. Fancy Dress Goods, Ginghams ^ Lawns, Balzorines, Bereges, &c, Linen Plaids and Silk Ginghams. A beautiful lot of Bonnet Ribbons. LONGENECKER & CO., Corner of East King and Centre Square. May 25, 1S47. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

German Publications. I PUBLISHED by G. S. Peters, Harrisburg, and for sale at j. Gish & . Co.'s Cheap Book Store, North Queen street, Lancaster. German Testament, with clasps, full hound. Bunyan's Holy War, with plates, full bound. Shepherd's Narrow Path to Life, full bound. Haberman's Prayer Book. The Heart of Man, with 10 plates. Dream Books. The Ready Reckoner, in dollars and cents. The Long Lost Friend, by Hohman. German ABC Books. Heinrich von Eichenfels, or the Lost Child. Genovefa,or the sufferings of a pious lady. Metamorphosis. Colored Toy Books, consisting of The History of the Bible—JonnyGilpin—Life of Joseph—Children in the Wood. Certificates of Birth and Baptism, handsomely colored. Together with a variety of German and English Dictionaries, German Grammars, and German Readers, for sale at low prices at J. GISH & CO.'S Cheap Book Store, one square.from the Court-house, North Queen st., Lancaster. [March 21-lt-S To all Medical Students and Physici...

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