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

. ' From the Pennsylvanian qf Friday last; Horrible Murder in Philadelphia, . Yesterday, morning about two o clock; tne most 'Wr ibler foui; and bloody murder fiver conceived 'of, was perpetrated in the very heart of our city, atNo. 39 North. Fourjh street,, above Arch, East side, in the vicinity of Zion Lutheran Church. The house is occupied by a bookseller and druggist, named C. L. Rademacher, agent for the Leipsic : manufactory of Homt^pathic medicines, who has the store in front. The third story of the house is occupied by August Koellner, lithographer, whose place of business is at No. 76 Walnut street The adjoining house, No. 37, is occupied by a Mr. Shade, whose family was first alarmed by dreadful screams, struggling and stamping, which proceeded from the room in which Mr. Rademacher and wife slept. A few minutes after the groans aroused from their slumbers, Mr. Koellner and wife, the former of whom dressed himself and proceeded to Mn R-s chamber and found that ihe doo...

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

(Lomnternat Betorfc/ PHILADELPHIA MARKET.! REVIEW FOH THE"WEEK ENDING HASCH 25. FLOUR AND MEAL—The market |riin;ce last week, although firm; has been characterized by very little activity" in the. demand, and sales of Flour comprise some 5000 " brls, mostly for export, at § 6 for standard,j$6,12£ for selected, $6,18} a 6,25 for good Westernand $6,50 for extra brands^ closing with, a moderate inquiry at the above rates. Rye Flour is scarce, and about 1000 brls have been taken at $3,75. Corn Meal—Afr the close of last week had an upward tendency, but the firmness of holders kept buyers out of market, and kales were onl y 5 00 br l s Pe nna at $2 ,37i, including, part lined and delivered ; since 1000 brls sold at $2,25, at which the market closed firm, and 1400: orb Brandy wine at $2,50. j GRAIN—Is beginning to arrive more freely, and the sales of Wheat have been to the-extent of 13,-000 bushels, mostly P enna , at 135 a 13'6c f or re d, 138 for mixed, and 140c for white, inc l u...

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

Funn iba- Sale. £jA/y ACRES OF LAND, situated onElkridpe, -wV/-l 1^ miles from the village of Ellicott's Mills ,-v.-hcrr (hero is a market for all kinds of pro-* incp, ;iiid 11 i miles from the citv of Baltimore; -GO acres of this place is cleared and in good or-:lcr, tii '1 rcmniudpr, (;j40) in wood, the greater part of which is Hue timber, and will meet with ready -;ilo ;it tiie vi!l:ige. Enough of wood could be cleared, (with advantage to the farm) to pay for at least one-third asked for it. On this place there ire no improvements, having but lately come into possession of the subscriber. The situation is beautiful and perfectl y healthy, with an abundant supply of line witter. If not sold by 12th of A pril , itVill be oflercd at public sale, at-J. II. BROWN'S, Patapsco Hotel, Ellicott's Mills, on that (12th of April) day, at 3 o'clock, P. M. V.S.—Both the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Baltimore and Frederick Turnpike pass through E!Hcott? s Mills. A pp ly to MICHAEL PUE,...

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

Messrs. Harper & Brothers ' Sew Publications. TUST received' at J.; GiBh & Co/b JCheap Book t) Store: Old Hicks, die Guide, or Adventures'^ the Camanche country in search of * Gold Mine; by Charles W. Webber, a Texan Ranger—cloth $1, paper75 cents. ] - : The Military Life of John, Duke of Marlborongh, by Archibald Alison, F. R. S. I vol.! cloth $1,60. , Vol. 2- Posthmnous Works of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, I). D.,LLvD., cloth 81. j ; Part 1 Harpers* Illustrated Arabian Nights, 2flct3. No. 16 Chambers1 Miscellany, 26 cents.' The Bachelor of the Albany, by the author of " The Falcon Family. " A very amusing book; one of incessant liveliness; it is a prodigy of smartness. Such a perpetual volley of smart things was never kept up at that rattling, never-pansing pace, in any other book that has come before us. The author seems to have a horror of being one moment dull. It is a book to read, and to laugh over.—Frazer' s Magazine. Miss Pardoe ' s Louis.the 14th, and t...

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

DEATHS. ( Communicated.) Departed tin's life, on the 17th instant, at the resilience of her husband, in Grunvi U e ,near the city of Lancaster, Mrs. Alice McGrann, consort of Richard McCrann, Sen.,-in the 52d year of her age.— Her dentli lias cast a profound gloom over the wlioie family, (particularly her bereaved husband,) which nothing but a Uind Providence can remove. 'Fhe meek and humble habits of VJrs McGrann, li^rhiimanCj benevolent, and charitable disposition, endeared her to al] who became acquainted with her. She has left a large circle of relatives and friends to mourn her departure. i Her clays well spent, her death we now record, Knowing the £ord her virtues will reward. This earthly stage in ways of faith she trod, We pray her soul may rest in peace with God. On the 1-lth hist., Emma, daughter of Aaron and Sarah L. Eshlemaji, aged 21 days. On the 13th hist.,. Washington Newton King, son of David and Margaret King, aged 3 y ears an d 2 0 days. On the 19th inst, -in...

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

I J.OTlBIXft. 'I'Bst1 6 * iaS(oi3 St site's Clothing1 Store. Sign of tin- .striped coat,by RICPBEN ERBEK, No. 35 North Queen street, corner of Orange, one stjuarc fVniii the Court Housf, Kast siitt:, Ijancas-U-r, Pa. riTHLS itiannnoi!' esiabli^hmeitt, now cbnl<iin» by _|_ far the liirixest and chcapestassortmontof men ' s and boys ' well made clotlung in the city of Lancaster, and wiil positively not be undersold bv any uther. Tho stock includes every description o f clothing worn nt :h" present day. The most fashioti:ti>!t>. as well v,- tiu- s:o;it ph.in. ^o that al l tnstes may lie suited. 'I ii'j Kub:cribrr being ar practical and e.vn<'ri"!ir-rd tailor, iii'.os inn entire persona) attL-iiUon to tiie buwiurss, and has every garment, made under his immediate inspection by the besl workriir'n in t-ie Stntf, nud as lie buys all " his K9pd" in the lvi.!<;rn ritien jbr ( c:i;-ii. can (ron.fidf-Jitfy.reromniPinl ihe inhalmants of La;n:astc; $i*.v...

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

. County Court Proclamation. | -TTTHEREAS, the-Honorable ELLIS LEWIS, Yt President, and Jacob Ghosh and Emaitoel Schaetfeb, Esq*rB., Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County of Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Over and' Terminer and General Jail Delivery and [Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the said County of Lancaster, have issued their Ptecept to me directed, requiring me, among other thing* to make Public Proclamation throughout my Bailiwick, that the Court of Oyer 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 APRfL NEXT, 1848, in pursuance of which pr e c e pt PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to the Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen of the city of Lanc a ster , in the said county, and all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, Constables, of the city and coun...

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

Servants ' Friend. 4 NOTHER supply of Servants' Friend (the best J\_ Stove Blacking in the country) just received by GEO. A. MILLER, ' March I4-*St-7.] West King st., Lancaster. IRIS H LINENS.—100 pieces just received direct from Boston, thev are a groat bargain, and well worthy tht examination of every housekeeper. Tickings, Flannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for sale nt remarkably.low prices at the BEE HIVE, Sept. 21, iS47— 34 North Queen st. 11HKLA UIES are particufarty invited to call earl y and examine those beautiful and rich BONNET RIBBONS, all new, fall styles, now opening at the BEE HIVE, N. Queen st. sep 21 33 -QATENT SAFETY FUSE FOR BLASTING.— |" ^ Just received, a fresh supply of the above, for sale by the barrel at manufacturers prices, by BOWLBV & BRENNER, Feb. 29, 1848-5-ly] No. 69 Market St., Phila. TON AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING neatly executed at the Intelligencer Office, rear of the Market House, Lancaster, Penna. Feb. 29, 1S47. 5-tf A NOTHER large supply o...

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

Dl.tRKI;lG£S. On the 21st inst., by tho Rev. Wm. Mommy, the Rev. Curl ton Prico, of" Haiti more, to Miss II curio ttn, daughter n|* MichuH Carpenter, Mavor of this city. On the 1-lth inst.. by the Rn\. Mr. Keyes, Mr. Daniel Ilnitshu to \:iss Catharine Birr, both of this city. On tiie 2tst inst., by the Rev. J. C. Baknr, .Mr Jacob Rothannel to Miss Margaret Fanny Lebkicher both of this citv. On the 23t! Inst.. bv the same, Mr. Aaron Shollaw, of Rapho. to Miss Barbara Ann Kline, of E. Hempticid. On the same day, by the same, Mr. Philip Stark, of Manheim twp., to Miss Susannah Zell, of Kphrnta On the same dav. bv the same, Mr. Samuel Hertz of Burks co . to-Miss Frances Watts, of this city. . In Harrisbunr, on the 22d inst , Ur. John M'Calmont. of Clarion co , to .viss Elizabeth P. SteMey, of Hdrrisburg. By tho Rev. John Wallace of Pequca, Mr. Isaac Means tn Miss H.uinah Baxter, both of Salisbury township. By the same, Mr. Robert C. Cunningham of Indiana, to Miss Margaret Harshber...

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

fiHopctiieiit in WorccNtor. 1 lit; Wiii'nttn' VWrym/i/oiiyn1 . Uitlrnti Virmll, u ymiMK nuui tit'J'J yt'ui'K nil iriji*. Imtlitut I' mm I'lvnU di'iu'M, I'ligsigi'd hiinei'll tn.Mr, Vuu AUtiti, in Wnrt'l'Mer.ii* u duU'iieirt'tilypU^imd diU'illU nix'thiy^ni'i1 - vim in thai culling, In1 iiilrmli'd' liimiu'll' umiii tin? Muilup uf u ymuitf mid. int'SpMrioia-t-d girl, th» diiiiyliU'r " fa rvF|iO(Tiil>lo liittaen^wltu hud omi*inii in viiiii ll|t> (liiKiii'n'L'iin f-Ntabliphhumt in which lu> was oiigiip-'il, Uy his very a.ssidiiniiH attentions ho ko far fjUTeuuii! the lei'lin^a tuid sympathies uf the Ur !i"l im to secure frrijiiejit interviewH, many of v liirh weit 1 cUuuk'sUno, until his plausible representations won from her an engagement. The parents of tin.1 deceived girl remonstrated, plead, threatened, but to no purpose. ¦ 'Viuiill rrprosHUM himself as an unmarried man, with proim.siim prospects, and with the consummate art o) a fiend persuaded his victim ...

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

Horr OiioHhutli, Tin* {jiretit Mon Tumor. UPON Ixilnp ' iiiikfHl ihr* nlhnr iliiy, ii luwliiU mnnner ht\ witN otmltlmi In linvn r\w\\ wninliMlh) Inlluoiwfl with ll'iuilnmlH," ruplltid with nront truth: '• Be jlrm In purjwHe and kwp your pj/p tteady upon what you undertake and you muni ho tucGNHful,' "—This then oxpluliiH the pxtntordinnry nuccchh at tho " Bee Hive, " $$$l£S&&* 1* ' *« where it in crowded with -jjP5gK»3 g S sfttifiuLl* Choice Jluratins. ^l^s^ss-^^^ Here Heavy Unbleached Muslin worth 10 cenis, is i!ow selling for Gi eta. per yard. Fine bleached 4—4 mus. worth 10 cts. selling fur fi^ Kast col. Mane. Ginghams worth 18 selling for \i\ Hood Pucket Handkft., worth 12j selling for G' t Linen Cambric " worth 25 selling for I2| '' " u worth 15 selling for 10 Calicoes, . . worth 10 selling for 6) A lot of Hosiery very cheap. Ladies open worked white Cotton Hose, 25 cts.; they are very desirable and worth 50 cts. per pair. A lot of heavy Irish Linens, a gr...

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

The Great English Remedy. TH E only original and genuine article for the cure of Heaves, other complaints of the respiratory apparatus, and derangement of the digestive functions in the Horse, is Kirkbride's /?&« Tattersall's Heave Powders. It is *^3*??**Ty* warranted to be perfectly safe in all yj ffijl^ aljM caseo, will not inconvenience tho an- f y[ f j iiiml or injure him even if hn lins no**^"^4 ^1 '^** dicnaso; it is from four to fcijiht times cheaper than rntiHt of tin: imitations which nro being, circulated throughout tin? country, belnjj put up in . much'larger piit'JuitftiH, tiiiltldeut to euro mi ordinary cuai* of IItmvn*,iiiid tu udnilnUtfi 1 In n tiuKRii eufltmtfcohl, tsitturi'h, &e. Al, llilu HMiHtin. wlillfl tlir; Ihww In -lit'iliUmr ||U mult, IiIm vilul i-iicrtty 1* much red lie tn!, luitl hti Ib [ '\lriMiicly Ihihle t<> rtihla, &<'.. ninny ciihoh of inuipii'iit II en vim urn I'tnilnu'ted nnw, hut lire NHp|)rt»»NI'd by p...

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

M. A. Root's Gallery of Dagrorreo-i 1 : . ¦ ^ types; -.; ¦" ¦ . i Tyro. 140 .Chestnut StreetPhUadelphia. Now iVj IVthe time! Those who visit the city, during! the Christmas and New Year's holidays should not! faii to visit the splendid Portrait Gallery of M. A.I Root, 140 Chestnut street. . - " \ There is uo charge for this intetoating and beau-1 tiful exhibition, and the likenesses made by Mr.' Root's newly improved Daguerreotype process ara decidedly the most accurate and life-like ever taken, having been awarded premiums in the principal cities, and in New York at the last j exhibition of the American Institute, the jtraf medal for the" best Daguerreotypes, brer all competition. While - the pictures are auch rich aid p erfect gems of art, our prices are the lowest possible with 1 good materials. Visitors should not neglect th»] opportunity of securing portraits of the best qual-1 ity—for,such only unit not fade. Prices SI 50, S2 00, $2 50, $3 00, 34 00, $5 00 j $8 00, 810 0...

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

Mayor ' s Court Proclamation. WH EREAS, the Mayor, Recorder, and two of the Aldermen or Justices of the Peace of the City of Lancasterhave issued their precept, to me and the Commissioners of the county of Lancaster d irected , for drawing Jurors, and the usual venire h as issue d, to me directed, for summoning the Jurors drawn in pursuance of said prec ep t , aiid holding a Mayor ' s Court for the said city, on the Second Monday of A pril ne x t , 1S48. PUBLIC.NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, to all the Aldermen, Justices of the Peace, and Constables within the said city of Lancaster, that, they be then and there, in their proper persons, with their rolls , recordsexaminations, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices in that behalf appertain to be done, and 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 have been committed within the'limits of said city, and to b...

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

W IllSiOW Glass Works, Camden county. MillYillC Glass*Works, -Cumberland coi " , ¦ NEW JERSEY. THESE. Works comprise five Factories, v, i'h their appendages, of sufficient magnitude tu make over 100,000 boxes ot Window Glass annually, embracing every variety of size, from C-S {•, 33-46. The proprietors are determined to leaveno means untried to make their Glass equal in all respects to the European Cylinder Glass. They have engaged the most skilful Blowers and Flatteners, and particular attention is paid to the assorting of the qualities. The Cutters.are held to a strict responsibility, and for this purpose the glass assorted by them has their respective names branded on fhe boxes in which it is packed. Purchasers having just causes of comp laint , are requested to report them to the subscribers, with the names on the boxes complained of. Strict attention will be paid to their communications, and a remedy applied . Accounts will be opened for sums over $100, wit h punctual men...

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

Fall Fashions. Dt SHULTZ, H atter , No. 19* North Queen st.? , would respectfully inform his friends and the public that he has just received from New York and Philadelphia the latest Fall and Winter Fashions, and wili be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at the shortest notice. As all his Hats are manufactured under his immediate superintendence, he feels warranted in saving thai for durability and finish thoy cannot be surpassed by any establishment in this or any other cilv in tiir Union. His stock consists of Beaver,' Nutria, Brush, Russia, Cassimerc, Moleskin, Silk , &c. &c. which he wiil dispose of a; the lowest prices. Call and examine his stock before purchasing elscvberft. CAPS , CAPS! His assortment of Caps is one of the most extensive in the city and he.is adding to it daily. Customers may rest assured 'that they will be suited, as he lias carefully selected his sttick from the largest assortments in New York and Philadelphi...

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

Rich carpetingsOil clotlis, Win-! dow Shades. &c. i TO COUNTRY.MERCHANTS! j THE subscriber has just opened a largo and rich! assortment of the newest and latest styles otj Ingrain and Venetian Carpetings > .which are now) offered, either wholesale or retail, at the lowest^ prices in the city. ' As the assortment is one of the largest, and the Goods have just been received from the Manufacturers, they will be sold at Buch prices that they will defy all competition. ! Rich & Splendid Tapestry Carpeting "* ] ^ •' ( * Brussels c< Carpetings " (( Imperial 3?Ply, Guaranteed! li •• Extra super Ingrain to be as ** " J, I, i Twild and represented: Vent. = J Also, a large assortment of Oil Clothn. Tufted and Brussels Ruga, Piano and Table Covers, Mattings, Stair Rods, Bindings, &c. &c. Together with a rich and extensive assortment of low priced Carpetings of all descri ptions ! Country merchants and others in want of Handsome and Cheap Carpe...

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

Select School. ' rilHK stibscriher (ibrnscrlv Principn! "f a Female 1_ Scrnfnary) respecMiilly inibrms the citizens-of I.aiicistcr that he intends npeniiiii a SELECT SCHOOL, in this city, for both soxes, Sn Monday ftt'e 1st dav of May. His School will be held on the sreond story of Mr. Krainph\s building, cirnf'r of Orange ami North Queen street. The ib'.lnwiii-r branches wiil be tausht: Spelling, Readincr, Writiiig, AritlimcLic. Geography, r.raimnar, Ancient and Modern History, Ciimposition, IMrnstiration. Algebra. &c. lie has an Orrerv, (leometrical Diasrrams, Sec, wbich he will use while lecturing on the various sciences. During the progress of the school various Chemical experiments will be performed, so that the composition and properties of bodies may be correctly elucidated-^—while endeavoring to discipline the mind, anil cultivate the intellect ot' hiu p u p i i s. He will at the same time lead them forward in the formation of a &rood moral character—wh...

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

Enterprise Boarding School. ri^ HE subscriber having been,freqiien-tly solicited, \_ has now made an axrangemea^ in his school for the accommodation! of Boarders., e ith.er: boys or girls, after tho first of May ne*t.. \ Instruction will be given in all the cuatomary branches of an Bjiglish Education, jsuch as Reading, W riting> A rithmetic ,. Geograph y* Grammar, History, Chenjustry, Philosophy, Botany, Elocution, Algebra, and Mathematics; Also, in Phonography, Pitman 's beautiful system of Short-hand Writing, adapted to all purposes of business and correspondence, as well as for accurate verbatim reporting. Pupils will be furnished with all euch books asthev desire, at the usual retail prices., School to commence on the first day of May. T he price f or B oard , Tuition and Washing, for one'Quarter of 13 weeks, will be $2fr—¦ one half payable in advance.. The location ia m the Village of Enterprise, on the Columbia Railroad, 7 miles east of the city of Lancaster. For ...

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

Removal. GEO. SPURRIER would respectfully inform his friends, customers, and the public in general, that he has removed his Clothing Store from his old stand next door to the Post Office, to one door soutk of John Bear 's Printing Office, aadi nearly opposite J. Michael's Hotel, at the Bign of the Bict Pants, where a!r would do werl to. call that want to buy CHEAP AND WELL-MADE. CLOTHING. 55" Customer ' s work attended 'to at the shortest notice, and made in a workmanlike manner. Don/t forget the p la c e , sign of the Big Pasts. dec 7 '47-45-tf] GEO. SPURRIER. To Dealers in Coal. WANTED, 1500 Ton of Baltimore Company Coal , or other of equal qua l it yT at the Conestoga Steam Mills, Lancaster, Pa.; 100 tons on or before the 10th day of May, 100 tons on or before the 1st day of June, 200 tons on or before the 30th day of June; the remainder during the months of July, August and September, 1848, to be delivered in the yard of the mill, free of dirt, and to be weighed on the sca...

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