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

To Mechanics. JUDD £ MURRAY, opposite the Post Office, North Queen street, Lancaster, KEEP on hand a fine collection of Books at very low prices suited to their wants : Benjamin ' s Architecture. Inventor 's Guide. Artists ' Manual. Science, Art and Industry. Anthracite Iron. Renwick's Mechanics. Mechanic ' s Own Book. Brande ' s Dictionary of Art, Manufactures, &c. Lefever 's Beautiesof Architecture. Renwick on the Steam Engine. v Lardner?s Lectures on Science and Art, 2 vols. Ure's Dictionary of Mechanics, &c. Millwright's'Guide. Hasweli's Engineer 's (pocket) Book. Nicholson ' s Mechanic ' s Companion. Ewbank's Mechanics and Hydraulics. Grier 's Mechanic ' s Calculator. Printer ' s Instructor. Mechanic ' s Book of Reference. Shaw ' s Operative Masonry. Engineer ' s Drawing and Mensuration. Art of Painttng, &c, &c. March 14, 1848. 2t-7 To Dealers in Coal. WANTED, 1500 Ton of Baltimore Company Coal, or other of equal quality, at the.Ctui " - ...

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of Abraham Peters, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848, for license to continue keeping a tavern in Manor township, being an old stand We, the undersigned, citizens of Manor tivp., 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 thatv -we are well acquainted with the said Abm. Peters, and that he is of good repute for hjxvesty and temperance, and is well provided wjtn housl, room and conveniences for the accomnrodationnof strangers and travellers. / C—> Viichael Bender, Henry Funk, Peter rH. Lyne, E. S Baer, Henry Gontner, Christian FenstermakeV ^ John Hall, John Shrader, John Fehre, Isaac Dickel, John Lintner, John Hershey. March 21, 1848. 3t-8 IN THE MATTER of theintended application of Anthony Carpenter, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of ...

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

Two or Bfey*r'« jWrtt I»eml«in TOR RUE^ TOECItTOF tANCABTERiff1HE8E uutiameiitsan bighWapproredof brtile _L DiMt emiaesf Profeoora and CompoKI* of Mn-«ic in thi=ud other citie*. i • For qoalittei of tone, touch »nd keeping in tone upon Concert pitch, they cannot b« nupined by either American or European Pianos.. Suffice it to nr that Henry Hen and other celebrated Pianuts, save giren then initrumenU preference oier all othen. - They have aim receired the firit notice, of the three bat Exhibitions, and the last Silver Medal by the Franklin Institute in 1843,was awarded to them, which, with other premiums from the same source, may be seen at theWare-room,No.62southFourth street. . Another Silver Medal was awarded to C. Meyer, by the Franklin Institute, Oct. 1845, for the best Piano in the exhibition. Again—at the exhibition of.the Franklin Institute, Oct..1846, the first premium and medal was awarded to C. Meyer, for his Pianos, although ithad been awarded at the exhibition of t...

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

Longeneckcr & Co., C ALL the attention of the public to their large and splendid assortment of Dry Goods. The mercantile relations in which they stand enable *hem to compete with any in their business. To the low price of their goods, (wiiich are selected with great care and taste,) is united the greatest variety in styles oi* nil that is new and desireable. Their Btock of STAPLE ' AND FANCY DRY GOODS is the 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 nave favored them with a call'that have left unsatisfied. [nov 16 '47-42-tf New Supply of Hoots & Shoes I trfti Gum Sltova, &c. fmi rriHE subscriber has juat received a new ^^ _1_ supply of Boots, Shoes, Gum Shoes, &c, at his stuntl, in North Queen Street, two doors above the Post Office, to which he invites the attention of his patrons and the public in general. He lias a supply of Gum Shoes of ev...

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

SSv^flBBBBBSBBB.B^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^L^^^^^^^^^^^S^BBBBBBI.BBBBBIBIIIPBallBIBIIIBHl^BBIBiHEv0 TTTHEHEAS, thrtfeyor, fi*t«toL »d two of directed, far dtmwiaf Jams. a»d ite^mLvnirB bu inaedto Uf? directed, fir nafeaniftf Ab Tarm drtws in pmsmmeft.of wM precept,'md boMis»«BlsMK>sCoart te to «id city, on the Second Monday of April aext, 1848. - PUBLIC NOTI CE IS HEREBY OITEN, to all toe Aldermen, Joaticea of the.Pe*ce* and Coosta bles within the aid city of Lancaster, Oat they be then and there, in their proper persons, with their rolls, records, examination* , and other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices in that behalf apper tain to be don*, tad also they who prosecute against the prisoners that are or then shall be in the Jail of the county of Lancaster, charged with offences alleged to bare been committed within the limits of said city, and to be found there to prosecute against them as shall be just. Dated at Lancaster, the 22d day of February, 184...

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

REMOVAL. JL' NGERICH & SMITH. Wholesale Gruc«is, No. 223 Market street, north khIp, between 6th and 6th streets, first door below 6th. Having removed from the old stand. No. ISDrcatur street, to the spacious house. No. 223 Market strcul. they tender their grateful acknowledgcmeifts to their kind friends in the city and county of Lancaster, for tho very liberal patronage they have enjoyed. The new location affording them many lacilitira not previously possessed, enables them to oiler t<> Merchants-and dealers additional indwctMiif-riiH to give them a call in their new place. s Their .stock is heavv and has bneir delected with great care, they are enabled to aril on the lowt- ^i possible terms. To all country produce entrusted 10 them, thev will devote their attention and rfljiiesj>(>cdv returns. September 1, 1847. ' " TS-ly Cheap Hatches, Silver Ware, and Jewelry. ¦ ' <3 ^r . F ULL Jewelled Gold Patent Levers, $40:£rV^>H Gold ...

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

¦Ve w Goods. r¥lHE subscribers are opening a full assortment o J_ Fall and Winter Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which will be offered at the lowest market prices. ALSO—Lovering ' s Syrup Molasses in hhds. and bbls. Lovering ' s Crushed and Pulverised Sugars. Low priced Brown Sugars. Rio, Java, and Lajfuayra Coffee. -Fresh New England Hops. Bed Feathers, &c. &c. ' -' C. HAGER & SON. sep 21 34 Carpetings! Carpetings! JUST opening, a large'and splendid assortment, consisting in part, of the, following Goods, viz : Imperial 3-Ply superfine, fine, and common Ingrains, Venetian, and Rag Carpetings, from l^j cents per yard upwards—at the New York Store.' March 14, 184S-7. GRIEL & GILBERT. China, Glass & Queens-ware. JUST received, a full assortment of China, Glass and Queens-ware, to which we respectfully invite the attention of purchasers. GRIEL & GILBERT, March 14, IS48-7. New York Store. To Snoe Makers. TH E subscriber has a firs...

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

Great Bargnins. DR. & C. A. EHLER, hove justiopencd at • their cheap cash Drv uoods store, in the Nmionnl Hmipe building) North Queen street,a splendid assortment of j Cloth* of all color*. ; Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Caasinettit* : VtstxngB of every description. -ALSO- ; Pliidior evtry description, Cashmerci, Mouilln de Lttner Alnoehoi, Shnwli, Ftinneti. Tioklngi •nd Checki, Hosiery and Gtovtt, fco, $0. , , 1 hi public are invited to call end examine (he r siock »they art d«tarmiiad ¦ until advanco for cash. . DANIEL R. EHLER. 1 C. AMANDUS EHLER, dot 91 31

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

InibrcIIas, Parasols, I'larasoBf'if *-s, and Walking cane UitibrcnaH. "TJTpLLIAM H. RICHARDSON, Steam Fac^r> , \ 1 ".Ifonly ono in the fnited Stairs. No. 101 Marke 1 vtrcct, Philadelphia Merchant ' * arc re specttu. "* informed that I cmitiime. to niaiiMfailtjv 1 . all the aoove goods, by thr aid of atx-am. notwithstanding the great opposition of parties- oppnheti I'J the introduction of expensive iiuprovciiiPuu . \> ¦ ¦ assortment i»* complete, and prices k- low, its t<> give entire- satisfaction. OCT As there iB an Umhrftlla Stare next door, m" nearly the same name, it is important vou shouM remember WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON". Swam Factory, and patentee of the Walking Cane Umbrella, sign of the Lady and Magic. No. 10 t Maiket street, Philadelphia. $3" Attention ia requested tu the cclo^rulr.-d Walking Cane Umbrella, a nrat and hrr.iutifil r.m cle. combining all lh*; advantages ol" 11 Cam- and Umbrella. ' !F.-b. «. f>m-'J

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

Venetian Jllinds. H CLARK, Venetian Blind Manufacturer, No. , 143. South 2d street, Philadelphia, has constantly on hand a large assortment ot VENETIAN BLINDS, manufactured of the best materials, and by competent workmeft f which he will sell, wholesale ot retailat the lowest cash prices. Purchaser*, desirous of a good article, arc invited to call and examine. Orders panctuallv attended to. [Philadelphia, Feb. 22, 18-SS—Gm-4 Samuel Towns cud, No. 35, South Second street, betvjecn Market and Chesnut streets, East side, Philadelphia. TMPORTER and DEALER iu Three Ply, Ingrain,. X and Venitian Cabpetiwgb ; Cantou, Nankin and Spanish Mattiwgb ; Floor and Table Oil Cloth3; Cotton and Woollen Druooetts; Stair Rods, &ca Feb. l,1848-4m] ¦ t3fi Soutl1 Second st.

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

TN THE MATTER of the intended application _ of Christopher Graham, to the court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1S48, for Hugrse to" continue keeping a tavern in the township of Bart, Lancaster county, being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of the township of Bart, county 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 Btrangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the said Christopher Graham, that he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation oi strangers and travellers. Joseph M'Clure, Jacob Eckman, Eli Kerns, Jas. Gilliland, Benj. Baxter, Wm Hofiis.Jno.D Miller, Arthur ,M. Kissick, Charles Rynear, Samuel T. Baughman. John Coulter, Geo. J. Baughman, -^ttirtin Eckman. [March 21,.1848-3t-S

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

TN THE MATTER of the intended application _ of viichael Roland, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county,, April Sessions, * 1848, for license to keep a tavern in Mechanicsburg, Upper Leacock township, being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of the twp. of Upper Leacock, where the said inn or tavern is proposed to be kept, do certify, that the aaid inn or tavern is necessary ,.to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the said Michael Roland,and that he is of good repute for honesty and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangrr c and travellers. Washington Simmons, Henry Weidler, Mark Connell, jr., George Marks, Cyrus \1 iller, William Ray, Isaap Ct Weidler, Jonathan Simmons, George Bryan, Daniel .Miller, William Weidman, Robert Connell. [March 21, 1848-3t*S

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

Dr. Roby's Brazilian Hair Curling Liquid. WHAT thousands,of chemists have long been experimenting upon, but without success,has. at length been accomplished by Dr. Roby, of Phil adalphia. To prepare an\article in liquid form, free from oil, or greasy or sticky substances, which will cnrl the hair without changing its color and weakening the bulbs, has long been the study o. our most celebrated chemists. This ufeeful aft is alone combined in Dr. Roby 's Brazilian; Hair Curling Liquid ^ which ensures to every bodv * ( the flowingringlct and the witching curl. " Prepared only by Storrs & Co., sole proprietors, 21 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. j - Sold by ZAHM & JACKSON, aug 17 '47-29-ly] North Queen St., Lancaster.

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

Public Sale OF BANK STOCKS AND, STOCK OF CONESTOGA STEAM MILLS. OR*? SHARES of Stock In tho LBncaHt**r htuh. t/£\j ( 70 Shares of Htock In Iho Kurnu'rt. i Dunk of Lftiieaitor, and S Sharon of Stock In tho Conuitogt Stoam Mills, will bn oflored ut public nalo by the undonignod admlhiitntori of N. F. Ll ghtnui, dao'd., at th« public, home of Lowli Gnrocntr. In tb« city of LaucaiUr, on Tueiday tho SUt March, 1S48, at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. EDWIN N^ UGHTNER, PETER E. LIGHTNER, THOMAS S, M'lLVAttTE, March 7,1848-3t-6] Administrator

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

^ - ^^^»^^^^g|^^^^^^^^^ M ^^ gJg ^J^^J ^ Sjg^^ Estate of* Win. W. Peraefl. MCd. T ETTER8 of admimstntion on the estate of [j Win. W. Pennell, late of Lancas ter city, deceased, baring been granted to the subscribe™ ,— all penona indebted to said estate an reqoe»ted to make immediate payment, and those baring claims against it, will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement, to . GEORGE QDIGLEY, Paradise township. JAMES B. LANE, March 17, 1848-tf-8] Lancaster city.

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

Cabinet Furniture. H CLARK, Cabinet. Sofa-Chair, Sofaand . Bedstead Manufactory. No. 143, South 2d street, Philadelphia. The advertiser respt'Ctfullv invites the attention of the public to his store of CABINET FURNITURE, comprising a varietyAof patterns of oven article known in the business, and of the latest btyle of finish, which'he will sell at the lowest Cash prices. ¦ Kvcry article sold at thisestablislimcntwarrantcfl of the bept materials and workmanship. Philadelphia, Feb. 22. 4.6in

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

To Contractors. i C1 EAi.ED proposals for building a bridge across O Cocalico creek, near Bowman ' s tavern, in Epbrata township, will be received at the Commiarioaers office until 2 o 'clock, P. M-, on Tuesday the 18th of April next j , . The plan and specifications can be seen at the said office at any time previous to the letting. > THOS. PATTERSON, JOHN LANDES, JOHN WITMER, i Lan. March 21, 1848-td-8] Commissioner

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

$0O Reward. WHEREA S, by ft resolut.oji of tho Select and Common Council, of tho city of Lnncaiter, paxsoil on tho 17th Init,, I havo boon authorised to oil'or a reward of fifty dollar* for tho approhomlon and conviction of tho person or porionn who mallclously destroyed nno of the windows of the School House, in Mulberry street. MICHAEL CARPENTER, Lan. March 21, 1848-tf-8| Mayor,

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

Clover and Timothy Seed. mi IE lubscrlbcr offer* for sale, 100 buihcli prime I new Clover Seed, and 40 buohpln of prime, now Timothy 8cod. Constantly on hand. Stewart'i Patent Cook, Victory Cook tnd other Stoves, and all kindiof Houiekoenins apparatus, for lalo low at ATJRM. W. RUSSEL'S, Hardware Store, Fob. 30,1848,—41-5 North Queen itreet.

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

r ' pH K Beml-Annual Examination or the btudonti 0 I Straiburg Academy, will take plaoe on Thuraday. the 30th inst. Parent* and the friend* of Education are respectfully invited to attend, March 21, K48. 3t-8

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