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

tlielt caFpetinss, Oil cloths. Window Shades. &c. fO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.' T HIi subscriber has just opened a large aud rich assortment o/ the newest and latest styles of ingrain and Venetian. Carpetings, which are now offered, either wholesale or retail, at the Lowest prices in the city. As the asaortujent is one of the ilargest. and the Goods have ji£8t; bcea received from J.he Manufacturers, they will be sold at such prices ihat they will defy all competition, ^ticb& Splendid Tapastry Carpeting"] f . " Brussels <f Carpetings " (; imperial 3-Ply, j Guaranteed * ¦ ' '- '* Extra super Ingrain to be aa •" ' " , , | Twild and represented. Vent. J ' \ Alsoa iargc assortment of Oil Cloths, Tufted and BrusBels Euga, Piano and Table Covers' , ItfattingE, Stair Rods, Bindings ^ Sec. &c. Together with a rich and extensive assortment of low priced Carpslings of all descriptions.* ' Country merchants and others ia waat of Handsome and Cheap Carpetings, Oil C...

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

Oliver Evans ' SalamanderFire & Tliief I*roof Iron Chests, "AVTAIIUAXTED equal to any other make, and yj have novor iter-.i injured by Fire or Burglars, in ;i single instance. \lo also kKpps on hand .) \' -i.'. su:i.i!v of C-Hnmon Cheats, made of lighter irim. at lower prices. ' Letter Copviii" I'ressos and Cooks. Trucks fur Ptoros. Factories, &c. DrujrVists'Presses. Ki^ic Class I'Lipcr. Poilahh- Showc' r Baths. &c. Pui-kinjT I.t:\rrv. II.vj-liiiL' Machines. Ut.-JricLva^nrp and Water Fiitors. OLIVER EVANS, . 01 Soiitli Second St., below Chestnut, Phil.i. HT-FRIGER-ATOKS for cooling and prcscrvinp Mevt, Hi-TTRii. Mn.K, and all articles intended (" "[ ¦ (..'uhn-irv purpo^Crf. WATER FILTER^.—oliver Evans' celebrated Walcr Filu-r^. fi>r i»jrilying water that is blackish or muddy wiiinhcr hy\r;iins, minerals, or otherwise, | can titi haii"; (ii" all sizes and prices, at the WarertKMiis. Xii'. G.I, South Second street, two doors' bc-1 low Clitt*tiiMt, ...

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

Cheapest in tUv >VorK<i! UTEA.WRi:FIXED SCCtAU CAXDTES* Vl\ cent* p-T pound, wholesale. J ' ¦ .!. UH'HARDSnX. X... 4-» arket stroot, # PhilaHolpliia, takes pleasure in inibriainir the .Ttublic. that ho still continues to sell bin verv Superior Steam Kefinrtl Candy at «h« very low price of §12.50 per 100 pounds, and tSm ([uality is equal to any-'manufiicturtMl in the Unite.l Staler. He a.l^o of!o r? all ki:ids of poods in>r thi! Confectionery ani\ Fruit lino m C(»rrRsp(intiin*r low pi-ices, as quick sali'i ami ^m.ill ¦ proiits are thf onU-r ot the dny. Call ur s;!:i:t viiit finicr^, ms-l'v.-n ciiinot fail to * bo satisiip*!. Pon't furL'ct the i; " 'i:itl ;^r. A2 . "Market ^t!¦c:er. P):ii-L..i«:l:.ij::i. J. J. KM'IJ VKOSOX. Phih. Ye;-. oj». !•-;>. ?-,-:. Wlii>Uv *s«iil I'sovUiii;: ^¦ " itiv-Siousii*. ~ \TO. I-r J- " - "«r \rkt-*. * \r.-.*\. -\x- -" .:\>: r, lt!i r.'nl i ' n'i.'. ^y K:nl:.:k:.;.i.-.. T- • ¦ ,.., -r.Vr ^y^nUy^- " " -A'/....

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

MEP1C Al, APVERTlSEaiEiyTS ri'lHIS Vermifuge is, without the least shadow ol _£_ doubt, the best, safest and most efficacious remedy at present in use, fipr the immediate expulsion of every species of worms from the: human body. Years of experience have proved ita superiority over every other medicine. An additional supply just received and for sale by J. F. HEINITSH & SON., Wholesale agent for Lancaster county, East King street, Lancaster. Retailers supplied in any quantity at wholesale prices. UNPARALLELED IMPOSITION 4- EFFRONTERY. '!! An individual ' named S. Fahnestock has repeatedly asserted that the article which he calls '*" Dr. S. Fahnestock's Vermifuge :? is the same or equal to the Vermifuge prepared by me. The public are assured that this is a bass falsehood, and are hereby cautioned against confounding the spurious artielp with mine. It is entirely different in its composition, and does not possess the virtues and powers of mv preparation. March 11. lS4S-...

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

Vcwlioiiiind Sivvl More. r |">fIK .subscribers, Importers and dealers in Fori eiirn iind American Iron, bpg leave to call:the attention of purchasers ef Iron and Steel, to-the new assortment of Swede. Norwegian, Refined, Cable and Common English Iron, which they now have and are constantly receiving from Europe direct. Also, American Iron, consisting of Hoop, Rand, Scroll, &c. English, Russia, and American Sheet Iron ; Small Round and Square Iron, from 3-16th and upwards Bjailer and Flue Iron, Horse Shoe and Nail Roda. A?xle Iron, various sizes j Locomotive,, Tire and Railroad Iron; Angle Iron, Half-mund Iron, Sec. Spring and Blistered Steel, from best stamps of Swede Iron ; Cast and Shear Steel, &c, ail of \idiich they offer at the lowest rates, for caah, or at six months for approved reference, and to which they invite thfi attention of purchasers, before replenishing their stocks. Also, Pig and Bloom Iron received on commission, on which advances will...

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

Spi*in£ FasbSon of Hats ^ ,. A T the great central cheap BAT $ CAP /-*. .JlL. STORE, No. 284 Market street, South UBL "eide, above Eighth stroetPhiladelphia. ^^ The ' sub^criber takes this method to :return - his tlSiiil-a .to the people of the county of Lancaster for the verv IHiEral share of patronage which they have «i*.or*ded tqwards 'jiim for the last few months, and would caiitheir ' attention to the fact that he haa now- introduced" his Spring Fashion of Gentlemen's Jlats, v/hich for beauty, neatness and durability, oannc-t be excelled by any other ^establishment in this city- This stoclc comprises the Beaver, Nutria, Brush, " Russia, Silk, and Mole Skin Hats of all sides and qualities, together with a very large assortment of Cloth, Velvet, Plush, Fur and Glazed Caps. , Country merchants and others arc respectfuiry invited to examine the stock, which they wiJl find " it. to their advantage to do, before purchasing, as it i« his extermination, having adopted the system of s...

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

Slate For Sale. ALL persons wishing to roof either new or old buildings with slate are hereby informed that the subscribers have now on hand at their quarries at Peach Bottom, Lancaster county, a large quantity, of ROOFING SLATE, of a superior quality; also a proportion'of second t}uality ; all of which they will dispose of on very accommodating terms, either 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 MUIb, near Goshen post office, Fulton township, in person, or address him by letter, directed to that office, and they "will be promptly attended to. They also further request those who may find it more convenient to call on John Ehler, Esq., of the city of Lancaster, or on Mr. Jeremiah Brown, of Columbia, they being fully authorized to contract for said companv SLATER'BROWN & CO. ' " Fulton-twp., Feb. 29, 1848. ' Axa-h ...

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

.V Blare Chance! rilHK aubscribur ofl'ers at privato nale, liia . -X STORK STAND and DWELLING HOUSE, ffl attached, situate in Centre Square, Mount Joy.JJlai This property is pronounced by all to be decidedly tho best store stand in Lancaster county, and has been occupied as such for the last ten yeara. Also, a Private Dwelling, with a shop attached, which would make it a very desirable property for_a saddlery, as the said shop has been occupied as such for a number of years, or any other mechanicas it is one of the best stands in the village. Also, a Building Lot, suitable for commission merchants, or other business men, connected with the railroad. These valuable properties are located in a pleasant and central part of the village of Mount Joy, and will be sold. either separately or together, if desired by the purchasers. If the above properties are not sold before the 1st of April next, they will Ke for rent.. Apply to " SAMUEL BOMBERGER, jan 4 '48-3m] Lancaster, Pa.

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

IN THE MATTER of the intended application of James H. Slaymaker, to5 the Court of Quartei Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848. for license to continue keeping a public house! known aa the White Horse, in the village of Williamstown, Paradise township, being an old stand. Wethe undersigned, citizens of Paradise township, where the said inn or tavern is proposed ;ta be kept, do certify that the said inn or Javern is rie. cessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we^ arc well acquainted "with the said'Jaa. H. Slaymaker, and that he ii of good repute for honesty and temperance , and is well provided with house room and conveniences for th& accommodation of strangers and travellers. ! N. E. Slaymaker, John Overlay; Thomas McSorley, William Hamilton, John Slaymaker, Alexander Stewart, Robert Maitland, Hugji Aikin, James Walker, (Irorgn Hajrec, MathiaB'' Slayiuakcr, Jos. G. KennigT. . [March 7, 18 " -18-3l-6!

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

¦ ¦ Whoi^snip Bok and'lt^fe Store. ¦?'"•" - * ' ¦¦ Cffi4P ^QBv <g5H^ ;? -; : j \T0. 35 South Tiiir4, abo^CMrataf Btre^tj plnlj[\ adelpbia. The subscriber Has esteWislfed; and .continues to ' . &q an. exclusive cash' TjusirieasV and suffering no losses, he *is enabled arid determined to sell BOOT$ AND SHOES by the package or dozen, at lowefc prices .than any other: regular Shoe -house in. this city. * ^ < / . ¦ -,' ¦ '; . . .. '"_' - " - . He.ieeps conatanfljvcn hand a good assortment 'of'.Men'i,.'Women?? and"Children5 3 Stid. es", of Eastern andcity ^manufacture.'"" ; . .; : .-, ' . \ .-. Small- dealers supplied' it tlie . same?;pr ices as large" ones. f •,.Purchasers'1 will please examine the market .thoroughlv, and they will find there is no deception in this advertisement. ¦ - THOMAS L. EVANS; No. 35 South Third, above Ohesnut street. - Philadelphia, aiarch 14, 1S48-7. t

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

Xe?y un*i Secondhand Furniture Wavei'ooms. THE undersigned beg leave to invite the public in general to examine their large and well selected assortment of Cabinet Furniture of all descriptions, including Sofas, Dressing and plain Bureaus, Wardrobes, Pier, Card and Dining Tables. Bookcases and Secretarys, Chairs of all aorta French arid German Looking Glasses , SUrer and Plated Ware, and Office Furniture in general use.— Persons who are about purchasing failure , will find it to their " advantage to give us a call, as we are determined to eell good ware for ¦ reasonable prices. ¦ .; < - ¦ ; COHEN" & 1OBE 115, South Second street, 3 doors below Dock st,, and opposite the old Custom House. Philadelphia ^ renn. [Feb. 1,1848 am

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

THE FRFL\CII RKTOLUTIOIV. The Effect in England of ike French Revolution, j THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS. j From the London Times, Feb. 25. The French government \vas"*prepared to put down a riot, but it has succumbed to the power of a revolution. That ominous term must be applied when the institutions of the country have been subverted and the authority of the crown subdued by I military violence. Several legions of the National j Guard, called out for the maintenance of public I order, pronounced for "reform. " fraternized with | the people, am! marched upon the Tuileries to demand the dismissal of ihe cabinet. The troops of ! the line, who were called to oppose this formidable \ movement, refused to act against the citizens of Jhc i National Guard. When the requisition of this 1 armed multitude reached the royal closet.,all resi<- ' t;ince seems, to have been already at an end. Count Mole was sent lor. and the administration of -M. Guizot perish*1 ^ in presence of this ano...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

itlisceliancmfs. The Circa^rr Vic tory. *• lio th.it rulcth liis spirit is better than he that tiikfth a citv.*' Tins i» nut: of those iJecI.ir:tions of wi.~iiom. vi Inch the wifcilom oi ' the world has never been able T<] appreci-ifp. lr totally revcr-es the scale b y v\hich canial m^n c-itimaje goodlier, and bfstovvs liji' hiifla- ^ t <-i!.:i'tnnim oji an achievement, ' which they ha'w* in".cr Jfiunotl-to value, nor have oven t'unmht ili's.riiblc; while it as^ijrns to ji ^froiid pLu'o 11ic-sr drL'ii^ i*( nimij; a;il i!.innj,r . v\hu.-e rvr->n!. aboiin-iitt^ ;in applause. oiTtiples the rno^t ctMi-picuous puge1 in tiio anniU ol liio woiKI.-^- Whut miLiliiy warrior ever im.iifii.e-.l wlii'e wasiing his <>iji>r<iit.i >. and ii:i/.;triiit!^ Ins li!i'. in bej.iin^ dovv 11 tne ( 'n'MMici's ot 11 i'j'". ili't tUu cunqiu'-t ot'his <i\v;i p'-nut! sjii it. would ciKitk1 him to nioio creilii, ili;:n I:;-' iiitii-h I 1 i'l'-d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Select poetrij. , To the Evening Star. Bright star and beautiful, that far away, In the blue depths of ether, all da' y long Hath slept; awake! and pour thy silvery ray, Through the umbrageous wood-tops,\vhcre the song Of pensive night-bird, plaintive, sweet and low, Mingles its music with the rill's soft flow. Awake ! and where the bubbling fountain plays,c Sprinkle it over with a thousand gems ; Make crystal every dewy drop that lays On the blue violets bending on their stemsi Before eve darkens into night, and throws, Her sable drapery over their repose. Awake ! and cheer the seaman, who apart From all he loves, o-er the lone deep must roam: Thy beams are holy to his lonely heart, For ere lie left his lovely cottage home, His latest look, save that to Julia given ., Was fixed with hers, on thee. fair star of even. Pensive the soldier, on the battle p!ai:i, Hails thy brijrht rising o; er yon distant tower ; In fancy hoard tiie gentle song again. His bride was wont to sins hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Anecdote of John Quincy Adams. He ahcayz dared to do riaki. or what he thought to be right. When minister at the Netherlands,and comparatively a youth, he was invited to join the several ambassadors of different nations at, that Court, in a gathering for social enjoyment, in which cheerlal conversation, and gaming for amusement, we believe, bore a part. Once they adjourned to a Sabbath evening. The time came , and the ambassadors collected; but the American minister was inis?iiijr. It occasioned inquiry and disappointment: but presuming some special or invincible obstacle prevented his attendance, they said little of the circumstance, and adjourned again to Sabbath evening. But the.American Ambassador did not attend. The nest irieeting was on a week-daV ' eveniiiir, and the American was.iii his place. They were glad to see him, and si^uif^d their disappointment at his previous ub-orii:'^. In=teud of making r.'i a,.">!' ¦ ¦;;;.'. ' r -. ^¦¦r.nUvz ;i r.c'ilioi. ^ nMso:i. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

eu)s^>aSanvc of Fui' uifciw. Ti:*1 l;inti''r -i.o'.dd In- phicuil in th'.'front rank u(' Iiif; foiling millions o| our_._ljiii'!, because his omjiloymi.1)) ' f-'ivf? iil»? ;ui'l vnpp'irTTo~ti,o whole. The iigncultural in-t'-n--'. ur.iy I"1 r^gai'di.-d :tn ihv corner hlnnr npwii v.liit'll ihc ' wl.u!" fuhric htaii'Js. Wo know ihat n.rTi«=:i 11'-. cxi^lfil ;il ail far! / age of the world.and that ni'ehanh-m was an.art both taught and practised. Cities were cn-'ctrd which required art, skill, imd inecjninic.il g'-uiu.s; b.it' ihe Jbundii-Tion of the wholi1 . w.ir \\v- iVuir -rf the earth and cultivation of ihc soil. It has been Vo since, and aver will h*\ That'the fanner is dependent on thft. mechanic and m.inufactupT as o-vvorkcrs in his. labur-j /¦ on*1 wilKd'-ny. The improvmentE in the art^; and scu-neis'tend to u'lvaiice llie farming'in-U.T!'st anfl to iiL'hten thf burdens and labors of tho.-e who swing tho scythe and hold the plough. Ii:t what wnuld thuse liii*; cprci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Philadelphia Type and Stereotype Foundry. THE subscribers are prepared tn furnish-at short \ notice, every article used in a Printing Office" and have reduced the Prices of Type upwards of 18 per cent. They now charge for i Pica 32 cts. Minion 54 cts. Small Pica - 34 " Nonpariel - - 66 <•' Long Primer 35 i( Agate - - - - S6 ¦;c Bourgeois - - 40 ¦ " Pearl - - - SI 20 Brevier - - 46 " Diamond - - 2 00 Determined to spare no expense in making their establishment as complete as possible, they are gelling up a uniform Series of the celebrated Scotch Fades, which are unequalled for beauty and durability, and which they feel assured will meet with general approbation. Several sizes are now ready. Having recently visited Europe for the purpose of procuring every improvement in their line of business, they now offer a greater .variety of Fancv Type, Borders. Ornaments, Sec, &c, than any other establishment in the L'nited States; and their improved .methods *V>f ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

C;U5c!ti labra.s; 'iiasd <™ir;ai5il<»l«s. Gas Fixturas.Dyott's Patent Pine Oil Lumps, Solar Lurd Lamps. MANUFA CTURED by M. D. Dyott & Kent,No. 6-1 South Second street, Philadelphia—wh.» would invite the attention of those interested, to examine Dvntt'd Patent Improved I'isie Oil Lamps. Their construction is superior, their arrangement more simple, and embrace improvements possessed by no other Lamps. The cost of burning will'not exceed one half the expense of any other liiihi. whilst, tlifv produce a more brilliant and ste:tdv light than iras. Their construction is such tbat the wick is supplied with Oil by si ic-cder, when it is short; so that thev can be burnt dry, and-thus keep jiie Oil always pure anil the lamp clean. Thc-ir management is so easy that a child, can take care ot th'c ' m. They are perfectly safcuand iiQn from anv unpleasant odor. The above Lamps, together with Dvott's Newly Improved Solar Lard and ' Oil LauTps. are made in every desi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Agency of the Delaware Mutual Safety Insurance Co* ; , Pliila. CHARTER UNLIMITED. This Institution is now doing business on the Mutual Insurance principle, combined with a Joint Stock Capital. Fire risks on merchandise, buildings and other property, for a limited term or permantly, on the most favorable terms. Losses will be liberally and promptly adjusted. " ; By the Act of Incorporation the stock is pledged for the payment of any losses which the Company may sustain, and as an additional , security to the assured, tlie act requires that the profits of the business shall be funded and remain with the corporation as a garrantee and protection to the assured against loss. The assured are protecteu trom loss without any individual liability or responsibility, for the loss of the corporation. ¦ : Directors: Joseph H. Seal, Ed. A. Souder, John C. Davis; Robert Burton. John R. Pen rise, Samuel Eawards, Henry Lawrence. Edward Darlington. Isaac R. Davis, " William l-'olwell, John S. ...

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