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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

07* W, F, Havimatse has been nominated by the Democrats of the city of.If ew York, for Mayor, after a contest extending over 20 ballots,

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

T " 1ST OF LETTERS remtining4n the Port-Office I j at Lancwtor, April 1,1848. Persons calling for tatters will pleue nj they are advertised. A • Ken nor Geo Aaber Martin 2 KJing Joanna B KUgore J or GUchrist Brabaker Geo L Brubaker Jno Landis Isaac Brabaker Daniel Landis Jacob Brown Joseph Laadis Jno Brown J Long Jeremiah Black JasM Lotty Catharine Barr Miss Elizabeth La men Edw H Barr Benjamin Luber Catharine Bender Benj S Lauber M L Beighcert Saml W. Leonard Miss Catharine Burns Wm Lewis Thos Barnard Robt Linton. David Barton Saml Leaman Rev Dr 2 Banks Joshua - Leidigh David Brady Edw " M Broughton James McLanahan A G Buyers and Kennedy Merrit Mrs Jane Baily Jno Martin Henry B Buck waiter Benj Miller G J Bushong Miss Mary A Miller Fred Bayard Henry M Miller Wm Bingham W B Miller David F Rreneiser Jacob | Mcllroy & Thompson. Beltzhoar C B Myers Jno C Metzgar Geo W Caffrcy James % Martin Jno S Clark Jno C McGiaeghlin Miss Jane Charles C H Mitchell Wm E Charles Saml . I N C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

BUSDHESg C AKP8, | American ClotnJng Store, Sig*<tftk*StHp*dPantt, ! § BY GEORGE SPURRIER, S * "\f ORTH Que«n itreatlout doors from the § j JL.1 Court House,- and next to John Bear* * 5 " Printing office, nearly opposite Michael's[Ho- h JJ.tel, Lancaster, Pa. J 5 g SO" RtmtmberiM* Ettdblishneni contains g 1 The Cheaprst and Best Readv-Madc Clothing" tothcCity, I 3 ^ AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH TRICES. ^ — Feb. 15, 1S48. ' 2m-3. White Crape Shawls. I X ONGENECKER & CO., have received a! lot of I J handsome White Crape Shawls of alii prices and qualities to tHe moat costly, which tney will dispose of at small advances. Also, a new lot of Paris Embroideries, Needle Worked Collars, caps and laces, Silk Fringei, &c. A beautiful assortment of Fancy Dress jGoods, Ginghams, Lawns, Balzorines, Bereges, &c-i Linen Plaids and Silk Ginghams. ' ;• ' A beautiful lot of Bonnet Ribbons. ¦ ' , / LONOKNECKER & CQ., Corner of East King and Centre Sqiiare. M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

<MVI1SI\«. Tlir B'nSlcU Ntuto ' N Clothing Niorts Siuii nl'llitt Mtripf*! ert»!(l)v HJil'HKN KHUEN.No. ;)'» Nni'ili <^ui'i)ii Htroo t, fdruer nl' OrnngM, «n» HinniHi IWnn ' tlw Ctnirt Uouhi*, Krh! lido, l.uncnn* tiT, r». ri^lllS minmiinili cstnlilislnurnt, nnw ciintainfi liy J fur tli<- Itir^i-st tiitil r)ic:ipL-htHsnurtuit'Utn|'mtM)*fl iiml ImvH1 well inadf' olotliing iji tlitr eityot * LancaKtnr, ami will unsiiivi'ly nui \m uudnrHold by uny utln:r. The stuck" includes i:vory ilcscriptiun of. clotliing worn at the prenent day. The most fashionable, as well ^n thn most .plain, ho that all tustrs in:iy be: suited. Tim tjiil)scrilier bpinp a pritcticnl ami cxpnrienced tailor, f;iV('s bis entire ptTRonal attention to the buainnss, and has every garment made under his immediate inspection by the best workmen in the State, andas he buys all hia poods in tlm Kastern cities for cash, r.an confident.lv re- ~ oniinontl the inhabitants of Lancaster city and countv. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Commercial Hccorir. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. REVIEW TOR THE WEEK ElfDIKO APRIL 1. FLOUR AND MEAL—The market has been without animation and the export demand for Flour very light. Sales comprise about 4000 bbla, mostly standard brands, at 80, including some at $5,87* a 5,94, and a lot of Western at a price not public ; the market closes rather more firmly " at $6 per bbl. Sales vfgood and extra brands aro making to a limited extent at $GaG,50 for home use. Rye Flour has become scarce, and Beveral lots sold at $3,75 a3,8U—since 600 bbls at $3,87*. Corn Meal has been without much enquiry; towards the close of the week about 2000 bbls sold at $2,26 for Penn'a, including 400 bbls uninspected at $1,S7£. GRAIN.—The arrivals of Wheat are light, and some 15,000 bushels have been taken, at $Il ,35al,36 for reds, $K38 for mixed,and $l,38al,40for prime white. ' Rye—Not much doing. About 3,500 bushels sold at 75a7S eta for Southern, and S3;- for Penna. Corn, with fair receipts, has been in goo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

« Tuition. THE present, being the season of removals and changes, Mrs. Maxwell embraces the opportunity to remind her friends a.nd the public, that her school is still continued at the old pli.ee, East Orange street, second door above the College, where is still given the same unwearied and careful attention to bring forward the children committed to her care, not only in the branches studied, but in the development of intellect, by teaching to reflect, and to reason. Her discipline is the law of kindness; the .stimulus to learn, is emulation, tind a desire to acquire information.. The branches taugKt, are Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geographv, Grammar, Composition. History, Astronomy, botany, Natural Philosophy, Drawing and Painting, with plain and ornamental needle work, knitting, and netting. Term 's from two to live dollars per quarter.— Every accommodation afforded to parents in the way of trade. [April 4, lS4S-3t-10 Doctor J. C Stanley, WOULD most respectf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

M. A. Root's Gallery of Daguewjeotypeg. . . j. 1- - . ' PlUladelpbld AdverUaementi, V. B. Piuiui, aoiht, Thud ahd Canicnr Sti. . •VTO. 140 ChMtnnt Street PhUiddphit. Nbw i» 1^1 the.tune! Thowi >»ho yiiit the city during th# CBnabnu and New Ynt't holidan shooia not fiul to Tmt the aplendid Poitnit Gillerr of M. A. Root, 140 Chestnut street. ' . J T. There ia ao charge for thia interesting ud buiH ' tifuJ eihibitioB, and the likenesses made by Mr RooPs newly improved Daguerreotype proceia are decidedly the most accurate and life-lute ewrtikpn, hiving been awarded preminm in -the principal cities, and in New fork at the last exhibition or the American Institute, the firtl mtdal for the best Daguerreotypes, oter all competition. ; While the pictures are such rich and ricrfect gems of aft,,oor prices are the lowest possible with good materials. Visitors should not neglect the opportunity of securing portraits of the best quality—/or tuck only will not fade: , ¦ -. L Prices...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Sew &o<>ds I 3Vcw Goods! Jl'ST RECEIVED and now opcniiip at tlie New York Stun;, in North Queen street, :l full and splendid assortment of Spring Goods, among which may be found tho following, viz : Carpetinps. Floor and Table Oil Cloths, Druggets,' 10-4, 11-4 and 12-4 Counterpanes, Embossed Table and Toilet Covers. Bleached and I'nbleachcd Shirtings from 3-4 to 12-4 wide, from 4 cents per yard tipivnrdA. S-4 lo 10-4-Linen Shirring, 6-4, 8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Damask Table Cloths, Cotton and Linen, DnxleSjand Napkins, Giujrhams, Checks, Ticking. Crash, and Diapers, Calicoes fast colors, from 4 cts. per yard upwards, Ginghams good colors, 12 cts., for dresses, Laines, and M D. Laines, worth 25 for 12; cts.. New Stvle Fancy Cassimeres and Vestings, Dress Goods in full assortment, besides all other Hoods usually kept in the Dry Goods Fancy ant Qnecnsuare Line, which >veare offering at reduced prices. [March 27,1848.] GRIEL & GILBERT. Estate of Mat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

County Court Proclamation. WHEREAS, the Honortble ELtlS LEWIS, President , and Jacob G»osh and- Emjshbxl ScflAtmt, Esq » r*,AMocitte Judges of the Court of Common Pleu , in and for the County of Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Oye 'r and Terminer and General JailJDeliTeYr and Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the said Count; of Lancaster, have issaed their Precept to me directed, rMjuiimg me, among other things to moke Public Proclamation thrqiighont my Bailiwick, that the Court of Oyer sud Terminer and General Jail Delivery: Also, a Court of General Quarter Ses ^ sions of the Pea.ce ^ will commence in the city of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the THIRD MONDAY OF A#RlL NEXT, 1848,, in pursuance of which precept PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to the Mayor,' Recorder, and Aldermen of the city of Lancaster, in the aaid county, and all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, Constables, of the city and county of Lancaster, that they b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

To Shoe .Makers. rill Hi HiiltFMM'ilit'r lu»n u Hrnl-niU1 wnikumii (Vntii l_ IHiiltult'lpliiii. w)i" multt'H iind t'cjitiirH nil kind* nl' Shut' Ma MM1 * T(ii*Ih, which will ln< doitn til lilt,1 Inuj'Ht pi'ioPH, mill WiUTiuil'Ml In wnrlt wt»M, tfvr. 9J.M7 If.C. MitlHKH. KvrvunfN' Friend, VNOTHKK mipply (il'Siirvinitu* 1'rinml (tlu> host 1 Stove H!iti:l\ing in l\w enuutryl \\i*\ rrrnived j by IIKO. ' A. ' \.1U.KU, j vfnrch l-l-St-7.] Wrs.t (Ciiitf st.. Uuic'^ter. I RISH LINMNN.—UH) pii>cps just lX't-.^ivrtl direct from Boston, they arr ;i groat bargain, timl well worthy thu examination of i'yciv housekeeper. , Tickings, Flannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for saltat remarkably low prices :it the lilOK HIVE, Sept. 21, lS-t7.—34 North Quoc-n st. riillK LAD1US iire particularly invited to cail X early and exaihine those beautiful and rich BON.NKT RIHBONS, all new, fall styles, now opening at the HliK HIVK, N. " Queen st. sep 21 ^3 IJATKXT-SAFKTV FL'SK FOR BLASTING.— Ju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

/ Lecture and Exhibition—low a Indians. THE inhabitants of Lancaster are respectfully informed, that a party of Eleven Iowa Indians from the Upper Missouri river, will give their wild and exciting entertainments at the Mechanics' Institute, on Wednesday and Thursday -evenings, April 5th and 6th A gentleman accompanying this party will give a brief Lecture on the Manners, Customs, Superstititions, &c, of this iwar-like Tribe, and fully explain their different Dances, Games, &c, which they will give at each exhibition, making-the entertainment both instructive and amusing. The party consists of one Chief, two Braves, five Warriors, and three Squaws, all in full Indian costume and war paint This is the same exhibition that gave such general satisfaction through the N. England States, during the last winter. Admission 25 cents, no half price for children, unless accompanied by their parents or guardians. Doors open at 7 o'clock. [April 4. Jt-IO \O. SO. 1OOO ; JVo. SO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

AMERICA!*' (XOTllIJVG STORE. SIGN OF THE BIG PANTS.. By George Spurrier, North Queen Street, next door to Bear's Printing Office, and nearly opposite to Michael's Hotel. GKORGK SPl"KRIKR would return his sincere thanks to his friends and tlie public for pn.--t favors, and hopes, bv strict attention to business, and a determination to soil nothing but what is well made and ofsrood materials, to merit a continuance of public patronage. I have just returned from Philadelphia "-ith a;, entire new stock of floods. seJr';t">l ¦ .'h.;r ¦¦ ¦ ¦ . aiiiV con(=istin£ 111 itirt u' Superfine French Cloth. Do. French Doe St;; t :':^ :\ ¦ - . Fine Frmch S ¦ .• ; ..., ¦ -... And a splnmli.l :i.<-*orni"ii'. ¦ - l-'iti j S :i 1 . '¦ ¦ ... whicii I will be iiappy to in.iKu up. fur tj 1 .*-¦*« ¦ . ¦ prefer being measured, in the best and most i'.isiiionable manner. 1 have a:so on hand a larpe assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, of my own manufacture, which I will -varr ' ant. to bo ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Mu. Clays Cukat Days.—Mr. Clay is rertninl y the luckiest saint in the political almanac. Ordinary qbjects of popular worship are content with one': great day " in a year set apart for their benefit ; but. ii we are to believe St. Hurry, he has a "greatest day in his Hie "" abuut twice a \m.\c. At Baltimore, he hail one ui " these-great ilavs " —at Philadelphia not less than six or. eight—anil in New York he has - nothing else.'" The only "great Jay " which seems to be determined to rliuk the grasp of the Kentuc'.cian. is the Fourth o: aiarch.-23/<iA/i Donfou. \ZP~ x he L,(ix, 'im ^frgwt, of the.:21th, says:—An unfortunate accident occurred at the Lime Stone Quarries of Mr. Peter UIiIit, in Williams township, last Tu,esday morning. A man named William Hawk wasengaged in drilling a hole in a large stone to prepare it for a blast , and at the same time others were engaged at blasting in a neighboring quarry, when a stone from a blast hit him and broke his leg. Dr. C. C. Fie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

-Vail-. Fashions. D KHULTZ, Nutter, Nn. 19i North Qu.een st., , would respectfully inform his fricn . ds and the public that he has just received from New York and Philadelphia the latest Kail and Winter Fashions, md will be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at the shortest notice, As till his Hats are(inn.nufaoturcd under his immediate superintendence, he feels warranted in saying, that for durability and finish they cannot be surpassed by anv establishment in this or any other eitv in the Union. His stock consists of Beaver, Nutria, Brush. Russfa, Cassimere, Moleskin, Silk, &c. &.e. which he will dispose of at the lowest prices. Call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. 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 has carefully selected his stock from the largest assortments in New York and Philadelphia....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Clieap W indow Blinds. J.B. WILLIAMS, Venetian Blind Manufacturer , No. 12, North 6th street, Philadelphia, HAS now on hand, the largest, and most fashionable assortment of narrow slat, and other Venitian Blinds, of any other establishment-irt the United States. Comprising entire.new style,'trimmings, and colorb, which will be sold at the lowest prices, wholesale and retail. Old Blinds Painted and Trimmed to look equal to new. The citizens of Lancaster county and adjoining districts are respectfully invited to call and examine his assortment before purchasing elsewhere. Feeling confident of pleasing and git-ing satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call, he respectfully solicits their attention, HKNJAMIN J, WtLlilAMS* No* 12, N. Oth sh, Philadelphia April 4viS48i 3th>10 T I8T OF LETTERS remaining in the P.oit Offite _Lj at Mount Joy, Lanutter cb., April I; 1848.--firut Samuel Hep Jacob Borkey John Hougeotobier Joieph ; Brehm John Hahnlen Jacob ' Bender Rebecca ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

New and Secondhand Furniture Warerooms. THE undersigned beg leave to invite the public in general to examine their large and well selected assortment of Cabinet Furniture of all desj criptions, including Sofas, Dressing and plain Bu* reaus, Wardrobes, Pier, Card and Dining Tables, Bookcases and Secretarys, Chairs of all sorts, French and German Looking Glasses, Silver and Plated Ware, and Office Furniture: in general ubp.— Persons who arc about purchasing furniture, will find it to their advantage to give ua a call, as we are determined to aell good ware for reasonable prices. COHEN & LOBE. ' 115, South Second street, 3 doors below Dock st.f and opposite1 the .old Custom House, Philadelphia, Penn. >fe [Feb. 1, lS48-3m - Wholesale Clotliin? Ware-house. ~\TO. 1521 Market street, (between 4th and 5tli,) X1 Philadelphia. The subscriber respectfully solicits the attention of Country Ucrchanta ^ and Dealers generally to an examination of a complete stock of ' "READY-M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Another Horrible Murder. It becomes our duty once more to record tlie facts of another foul and bloody murder, equally as -Jiorrible as the Fourth street tragedy. The excitement in relation to that dreadful affair has scareoly pussed away, ere another murder is perpetrated in tlie same city. ^ Between the hours ot ' 111 and 11 o ' clock-on Saturday eveninpr, tho neighborhood of JSchuvlkill Sixth and Thompson streets was thrown into a terrible state of excitement l^y tlie cries of " Murder! Jlurdorl" which npparenlly pmccdod frnni the cluuub'ir nf a lujiisi 1 on thu curner nf said Htrruts, raccupicd by u man immcd William Ht'cli'rl, Two jiiH'SMds liU'cibly chirred thapiotui^P! , und went u|i ntuir« to thr ctmmbcr. bnrHt-npcn tin1 dnor, und found Jti's. lloolitol, wiliujf William., lk'oliti'1, lyinu upmi iOii; i\in)i: wultpriiitf in her n ' wn blnod, mitl in a ilyiiitf Htllh\ TIlO llllcrllllinl, W'lin^O llli)»l?< Wi'l'c iMtVt'i'i'il with blood, btul ti lew miimtt.1 * beii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Herr OrlesbacIiT^ The Great Lion Tamer, UPON being asked the other day, " in what manner he was enabled to have such wonderful influence with H'animals," replied with great truth: <c Be firm in purpose and keep your eye steady upon what you undertake and you must be successful /'*—Tins then explains the extraordinary, success at the Here Heavy Unbleached Muslin worth 10 cenfs, is now selling fur Gl- cts. per yard. Fine bleached 4-4 mus. worth 10 cts. selling for G; Fast col. Mane. Ginghams worth IS selling for 12; Good Pricket Handkts., worth 12>- selling for G± Linen Cambric " worth 25 selling for 12] " " " worth 15 selling for 10 Calicoes, . . worth 10 selling for fij A lot nf Iln.sinry verv cheap. Ladjes open worked white Cotton Hose, 25 cts.; they aro vnry desirable and worth 50 cts. per pair. A lot ot' hpuvy Irish L)tienn. a jrrcnt hai-frain, they wrrn bntiulit Btibjoct to a \v.\v wutor stuiiiR und will he wold oil'very cliciip. '"' Mup. tin Liiiiie* Itir th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

Removal. 1 (^1 EO. SPURRIER would respectfully inform his JC friends, customers, and the public in general, that he has removed his Clothing1 Store from his old stand next door to the Post Office, to one door south of John Bear's Printing Office, ami nearly opposite J. Michael's Hotel, at the sign of the .Big Pants, where all would do weji to call that want to buy CHEAP AND WELL-MADE CLOTHING. JKr Customer's work attended to at the shortest notice, and made in a workmanlike manner. Don't forget the place, sign of the Big Pants. ¦ dec _^_? 47-45-tfl GEO. SPURRIER. To Dealers In Coal. "TITANTED, 1500 Ton of Baltimore Company W Coal, or other of equal quality,!at the Con ' - estoga 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 20th day of June; the remainder during the months of July, August and September, 184S, to be delivered in the yard of the mill, free of dirt, and to be weig hed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 April 1848

CoOLinfJE. THE Ml* It DE HER, Til IS mUcrC.Hlt who hnsobceu indicted and tried tor the premeditated, murder of a man named Matthews, in .cold Ijlood. has been found guilty and seutonred To he hanged, one year hence. His execution would doubtless have been fixed for an earlier day. hut that there is a law in the State of Maine, providing a year ' s graeo. to -give opportunity to the culprit to gather evidence to prove his innocence, in case of his wrongful conviction. The clo.Vmtr >cci!Cs of the trial, were both solemn and tilK'rfinir onf'i. both when the jury returned their verifier of guilty. and when Chief Justice Whitman p-i.-^ed sentence upon him. After tin* verdict was pronounced-hy thc jury the prisoner was uskeu if lie iiuii any. liiin^ to say why sentence of death bhould not \m p.i^ed. He looked a moment at tlic jutl^e. and then casting his eyes upon the jurors, said in a voice some+vhat tremulous at first, but very soon in his usually cool and stoical manner:—il Th...

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