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

The ImlUNtrloiiM Hoc stHl gathers in Store. ri^HW targnat and most nplendul stock of' DRY _!„ GOODS ever olforod'in thn city of Liim'tnttcr. 1b now beititt apcnnit at the Bet> Hive, North (Juocn Street, whnleEiulo mid retiill. .Thin wttidt hits jimt lit'oit rnr.('iv(ul direct fVoin IliMttiii i NtiwYorU ntttl Phllmlnlnliln, nnd utnnprUeM Numti nl'tlid rurt'Hi, liurgiiiuH ui'lho tiny, I'ui' Full mid Winter*wilflN—SlmwU, Sklltn, Mniiinn'wUibimiiH, (ilovtm, Hnnlt-ry, &o. n^ut 21 '.n-Sl

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

Scliool Re-Opened. MISS MARY P. MIDDLETON informs her friends that ihe will re-open her school o'n MONDAY NEX T, A pril 3 , in the Lutheran Sunday School Building, South Duke street. Terms of Tuition from $ 1 ,50 to S 3 a quarter. The greatest care will be taken of the children entrusted to her. .March 28, 1848-2t-9

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

l>avis & Chew, CABINET WARE-ROOMS, No. 276, <?. Secondst., ¦ West side, Philadelphia. HOirSKHOLD-fidoDS, cheap and nf good quality—such, as Beds. Jimb-teads, Bnreas, Chuiru, Tables. &c. Cash paid for Old Furniture or taken in exchange for Now. Old Furniture repaired, t'clr. l. ' lK4S-l>m l '

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

Philadelphia Advertisements, i F. B. PALXEft, AGENT, TRXXD APD CHESKUT StS.I

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

MEPICA3L APVERTIgEftB^IfTS.! Dr.Townsend's compound Extra' s* SarsaparUla. j pHIS Extract is put up in quart bottles—it is kir L. times cheaper, plcasanter ,.and warranted superior to any soldi It cures diseases without vomiting, purging, sickening or debilitating the patient , an« is particularly adapted- for a Spring and Sumxnei Medicine. ' ' _ ¦ ' •¦] The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla over all other remedies is, while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the body. Consumption curled. It cleanses and strengthens. .Consumption can]be cured. B ' onchitis, consumption, liver complaint, colds, coughs, catarrh, asthma, spitting of blopd, soreness in the chest, hectic flush, night sweats, difficult or profuse expectoration and pain in { the aide,&c, have and can be cured. - | Probably there never was a remedy that lias been so successful in desperate caBes of consumption] as this; it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal the ulcers o...

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

Bulletin No. 1.—The Graefenberg Company HAYING been wefcomed in every section of the United States with the most unparalellcd enthusiasm : and their medicines having reached an enormous circulation, will henceforward issue Monthly Bulletins; that they may the more perfectly inform the public of the principles of the Americo-Graefenberg System, and of the vast superiority of their medicines over any other ever presented to the world. Each Bulletin will contain something of the greatest importance to the health of the com-; m-unity; and all classes of " reade-rs, the clergy,1 jurists, statesmen and private individuals, should; not fail of reading them, to say the least. One tria alone of the medicines will convince the most Bcepltical of their extraordinary efficacy. In the present Bulletin we will only say that 1. The Graefenbcrg Medicines arc purely Vegetable. 2 ' . They have been tested in tens of thousands of cases with perfect success. i 3. Of the Vegetable Pills alone 30,0...

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

MEa>ICAI.AI>VtaRTli^a^ ^ . • ; Or. Hopfland's /CELEBRATED German Medicines are wit houi ij a rival for the cure of the following diseases. Ii taken according to directions, ihey will care any case, no mailer who or what else has failed. Vegetable Rheumatic Pills, Tor the permanent cure of theumalism, Gout,Gangrene, Ayaleria, and severe Nervous affections, and are highly recommended for the cure <>t Dropsy, Humoral Asthma, and T^euralgea. Paiienis using them, in most cases expenence benefit soon after ihe first dose, they quiet ihe nervous system which enables ihem io real well during the night. They never fail lo effect a cure when taken according to direcuons. No outward application can permanently remove Rheumatic Pains from ihe system ; Linements gotneurries act as a pa iaiive for a short peri d, but there is always danger in their use; they may /cause the pain to leave one place' for perhaps a vital pan, or else where the pain will be more ncum....

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

Tlie World's Illation! np FIAT 'he Piles i.= disarmed of iis terrors by i Dr- Upham ' s Veg.-iuble Kleruiary. The great ^ensaiion which was created amonu ihe Miriirai Faculty,- and throughout ihe civilized world, by ihe anMouncrmeni oi Dr. Upham' s h'lecuiary. lor ihe cure" of PiifF, (a di^Piise ihai resided all Former medical i real men i.) h:is sen led down into a 11n trough confidence, thai i> is a positive and speedy ru ' re in ¦ all cases of Piles, either Bleedinu or Blind Exiernal or Inurnal, a;-d also for all Di^insip of ihe Stomach and Bowel?, such as severe and habitual csmeness ily.-peppia, liver complaint, n.flnmmalion oF ihe spleen, kidneys, bladder, bowels, and spine ; uleeniMon ot the imes'ine^ ; flow oF bl ood io the head, &.c. ; and lor ihe relief ol niatned women. The Symptoms, Cause nml NsiMire of ilie Pilrf, tnireilipr wiih ji 5 conjunctive diseases, will be Ion ml in the p 'mplileis, Id be had of all ngenis and dcal-( . ¦ : «rniis /OLUN I A...

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

Hedenberg ' s Patent Air-Tight Parlur Coal Stove, A itpw, bcauuful, c nvenie:i', and fuel-saving Parlor Cou\ Siovq is nnw lur Hie "TTr'^t fime 111'rotiuced to ihu pub!id. . Tliii prnpriL'ior? li-el confidn:.!, iIiqi upon an *-xaminniiiMi ul thu^p in upcruiinn, iliey will bn pruiiounrcil id be ihe hcsty most uxcful and economical sini'( s.yt-l in\enii'tl. Wih u cuiiip/n^jiively rninll quuniity of fuel, ibis •*m\' f! «i!l riu'miJrftigTeait.'r qtiamiiy of Jie ' ai, (noi Jrv or pfirt'hcit, nn ts uctirmlly ihe chsc hi ilie ordinary com I siitvi-aj (lian any oihcrs'ove now in IIMl'. CERTIFICATES.. .. 1 lmvt> iiml one of Ilprlenliera' s riir-iiybt cnnl a'ovrs in usi' since iIip nuddlp of labi ' October—am (vi:ir*f!y pa'i>!i'-(i wiili i:—-dr.d believe ii to be. superior m nmv (!e?cnpiton ni piovt hulierio ititmdnrcd. li requires mi:ch Ii ips-c«:i1 ifion n coininun ra(li:i'nr Hi-ive '¦!- ¦ 'lie stinie t-i'/e —[iroduces no annoy inn ridiiiTii lir^i—;nul w\\\ \ i.rdinnry ...

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

Miaif 1CJJL APi «¦*• ¦ ¦ ¦ *»:wnRwrrS. Its Works Praise it! i Burns, Scaldsy and all kind* of Inflamed Sores Cured. mOUSET'S Universal Ointment, is the most cota-X plete Born Antidote' ever known. It instantly (and aa if by niagic) stops painaof the most desperate barns and scalds, for old sores, bruises, cuts, sprains, &c., on r ian or beast, It is the best application that can ue made. Thousands have tried, and. thousands praise it It is the most perfect master of painc ever discovered. All who use, recommend it. Every family should be provided with it. None can tell how soon somo of the family will need it, - Observe each box of the Genuine Ointment has the name bf S.Tousey written on the outside label. To imitate thiB is forgery. Boatmen, Livery Men, Fanners, and all who use Horses, will find this Ointment the very best thing they can use for Collar Galls, Soratches, Kicks, &c. on their animals. Surely, every merciful man would keep his animals as free from...

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

Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting Blood, Pain in the side, and brenst, Sore Throat, IIoarscncss3 P;i.]patation of the Hca?t, Whooping Cougb, Hives, Nervous Tremors, Liver Complaint, and Diseased Kidneys, are radically cured, by Thompson's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naplha. ALTHOUGH the great fatality of Pulmonary Diseases, at this time shows tli;it then; :irr particular cases that render still too upplicablf the designation, approbia medicorum—the disgrace of physicians—to this call of diseases; and that there are stages in their progress, 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 deeming 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 lnrms of...

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

«_ln;Koaor-s Vegetable Furgatiev Fills, ARE theJirstand only medicine ever discovered that will positively cure Headache, Giddiness, Piles, Dyspepsia, Scurvy, Smallpox, Jaundice, Pains in the Back, Inward Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart, Risinp in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fevers of all kinds, Female Complaints,Measles, Salt Rheum, Heart-Burn, Worms, Cholera Morbus, Coughs, Quinsy, Whooping cough, Consumption, Fits, Liver Complaint, Erysipelas, Deafness, Itchings of the Skin, Colds, Nervous Complaints, and a variety of other Diseases arising from impurities 01 Indigestion. It has been proved that nearly every disease to which the human frame is subject, originates from impurities of the Blood or Derangements of the Digestive Organs; and to secure Health, we must remove those obstructions, or restore tbe Biood to its natural state. This fact is universally known ; but people have such an aversion to medicine, that, unless the case is urgent, they prefer the disease to th...

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

tirccn'N Oxygenated BSitK-as. A mj * rjKriUjiS remedy tor uyspepsia, n> many forms ; such ;ih pain in thn stomach, Heartburn, habitual C(»"UvRness, Acid Stomach, llcailaclie, loss of appetite ; also, Piles, night sweats, Incipient Consumption and Asthma, attended with tlcrsingmnnnt of the stomach. This inpilic no has born nnnd by tltc Prnprictnt Hcven ypsirs with wonderful biicckrb. Nonh, to hi* ktiuwledirp, troubled with the above tncntimmd rliBeim.'H, wlm have jrivcu it 11 fair trial huve I'nileit tn rncaivn benefit) wliiln tiiiiny Iihvr been raism! nU tnnpt iVrun thn btmlpfR ul' tbt; ttmvt«. The vpft\\U eiilpu in tjur pdBHrpslniii tnitl uTiluh we prppent tn thn [mhllr, titiiuirH tin ijitttBttniiml i WAntUNdTiiW, I). (' ..June 10, In HI. Ilfivinu riiiHln tiftt> ul' llii! " Oxyyt'fMtt^il Illiii-H," lirflimrwMiy f)f. (Jt>n, II, Oret'ii. (if Winilmir, Vt,, mul li 1.in luiuwlmlyn (ihiiiiiiml ul' llii'ir uli'ii'iioy in other Piiufici, wv oliftdrhilly FOeninin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 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 lUanor township, being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of .Manor twp., in the county of Lane aster,/where said inn or tavern ia proposed to be kept, do certify that the said inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are.well acquainted with the said Abm. Peters, and that he is of good repute for honesty' and temperance, and ia well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strau ' gere and travellers. .Michael Bender, Henry Funk, Peter H.Lyne,E: 8. Baer, Henry Gontner, Christian Kenstermaker, John Hall, John Shrader, John Fchre, Isaac Dickel, John Lintncr, Jphn Hershcy. -March 2.1,1848. " 3t-8 TN THE MATTER of the intended application of Anthony Carpenter, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancast...

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

I ' N THE MATTER of the intended application of John K. Hcrr. to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county. April Sessions, lS'lS ^ for license to keep ;t; tavern in Strasburc township, known aa the '" Fair View House." bring an oid' stand. We, the untlci-=ifincil. citizens of the: tranship of Strasburg, wh^ro the said inn or t.ivern is propo-Eed;'to be kept., do cerni\, tliat the s;nd inn or tavern! )9 necessary to accommodate the public and entertain stranger:; and travellers, and tnat we are v.'cll acquahiie-i with i!i.i; said John K. i J err. and that he is of good rfpirte for honesty and temperance, and is weii prdviucd with house- room and conveniences for tlio nceomt.njuaiioii of sirangers and travellers. ' Behj. B Hcrr. Henry 13. Mctzler, HenrvG. Herr, Jicob Bair, Ge>). I^eiVvcre, Adam Longcnecker, Christian H. MiJlcr," Jo|lm 1J Mcllinger, Benjamin Hoover,Geo. Wiker,Honrv Leaman, Landis Loniienecker, Adi;n Egpensjhade. [March *21, 1S4S-31-S TN THE MATTER o...

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

Notice to Distillers, AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. 'T\7'nEREAS, I, Jacob Weitzel, of the city 0 YT Lancaster, coppersmith, have received b y letters Patent, recorded in the Patent office in the citv of Washington, certain useful improvements in the construction of Stills, which improvements consist of an additional tub, called a doubling tub, which is placed partly above the still, in which tub the doubler id inclosed, the beer which ia pumped into the upper tub passes down by a plug pipe into the doubling tub, where it is brought to a boiling state betore it is let into the still, which pipe ia opened or stopped when requisite by means of a plugmade of wood, copper, or any other material. What 1 claim as my improvements are. the above described doubling tub and the plug by which the beer passes from one tub to the other , or'from tho tub into the still. Having received information, amounting to proof, that my patent for the above dnacribed improvements has boon violated by se...

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

ISanli. of Chester County. Januaiit 12, ISIS. THE public are notified that the money stolen from the President of this Bank ;has not been recovered, and that the Bank has issued new notes, differing from the old as follows, to wit: The Fives, Tens, and Twenties, have printed, in Red ink, on the backs, a combination, lathe work design, with the amount of the notes in figures,and the words j" New Issue" across the middle pi the design. The Fifties and Hundreds, of former issues, were printed in bla * ck ink—the new issues are printed in red ink. The Five Hundreds have for the Vignette, three male figures in the front of the. picture,01*0 of them sitting on a block of stone—a medallion head, with 500 on it, to the right of the vignette. The left end of the note has a head of Washington, with 500 above and below. The right end has a full length female figure, representing Ceres standing on a square lathe work block, with the figures 500 in it. These are prihted in blue infi. The f...

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

::¦" '¦ ' ¦ ' .- tavern McfejysEs. ': -.;":-. TN THE * MATTER of the intended application X 6f Christopher Graham, to the court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster coantyi April Sessions, 1848, for license to continue keeping a tavern in the township of Bart, Lancaster comity, 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 strangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the said Christopher Graham, that he is of good repute for honesty and temperanceand is well provided with house room and conveniences for the accommodation oi strangers and travellers. Joseph M'Clure, Jacob EckinanVEli Kerns, Jai. Gilliland, Benj. Baiter,Wm Hoflw.Jno.D Miller, Arthur M. Kissick, Charles Rynear, Samuel T. Baughman, John Coulter, Ge 'o. J. Biughman, VI artin Eckman. .. v '. ...

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

. ¦ ADTIKTISJtlMJKmTS;1 ! . ¦ ;"^AiH^ toj^;-.v . .T!*t ' ¦ (Successor to&ck&ZCfrnHni ,) BOOKBINDER , and Blank Book Manufacturert Harriiowg, J*a. npHE subscriber respectfully informs ids friend-B J_ and the pnblic, that he is now carrying on the above business in the old stand, formerly occupied by Hickok & Canttne. As the building has for the last eight yean been condncted by him, he flatters hiniBttlf that, by careful attention to buainess,*he will merit and still receive a continuance of the patronage so liberally enjoyed by the old'firm. Particular attention will be paid to the ruling and binding of every description of BLANK BOOKS, for banks, county offices, merchants, and private individuals, such as Discount Ledgers, General do., Discount Note Books, Check Book ' s, Tellers' Statements, Ticklers, Scratches, Weekly Statements, Letter Books, Cash Books, Copy Books,1 Judgment Dockets, Appearance do., Quarter Sessions do., Execution do.. Election do....

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

Every man his own Gas Manufacturer. R, S. It- ANDREWS, •\T7"AllM AIR FURNACE: and Choking Range 'Manufacturer, No. 82 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Having purchased from the American Assignees of the Patent Domestic Gas Appar. atus, the rights for the States of Pennsylvania, Del aware and Maryland, informs hia friends and the public, that he ia now ready to furnish' them with Stoves fitted up for the purpose, by which every person can manufacture his own Gas with but trifling expenses over the outlay. Tho construction of this apparatus is such that it may be attached to Stoves already in use ; alao to Cooking Ranges, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or in any situation where fire or light is required. To manufactories, hotels, churches, and public or private buildings, remote from any gaa works, this apparatus will be found a cheap and economical method of lighting aa well as heating their ' apartments, without aiiy extra expense for fuel. Persons wishing to sec the apparatus in o...

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