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

Ornaniental Marble Works. I7AST King street, next door to John N. Lane's J store. Charles M. Howell, Marble Mason, respectfully. informs the.' citizejls ^ of 'JUincafter' and . ' the public In general, that he ca ' rrfes on the MARBLE BUSINESS, in all its various branches, and invites all to call on him, as he is' satisfied tnat he {Can sell cheaper than any other establishment In the citj( or atate. , ' . He invites the public to call'and etamihe hli »tqck of finished Manteln, Mbttuments, ' Tokbi. Grave Stones, and aluo hl» collection of deilgni for' Monunientsi Tombu, Sic, before purchasing elsiwhero. f , ' •'"' . "Ian 1(1 ..

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

DEATHS. In Souderfiliurg, at the house of his grandfather, Leonard Ke. -^ler, on the 29th ttlt., David Honryt son of John R. Trout, of Paradise, in the 7th year of his agp. At his residence at Plane- No. 2, Washington township, Cambria county, on the 2Sth ult.,'Major Frederick Pick, aged about 34 years. In Columbia, on Monday morning, Dec. 27, Mrs. Catharine Agnes Zietrler, wife of Francis Ziegler, aged 21 years, 4 mouths and 8 days>

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

> ' ' Froucll MuMuotJM. - TUST opanud till jJutdoilj'ibjr »h«d«n ttf ihoto J uplendld THYBET'I' CbjtttBa^o miiBlr.;ln^ft, * inond al prtufctillor (i4o»kt and tl' ra' agia -^Worr«rif »if item lli» otlobr»i«ij Taotory of Luiniris & Cu. '" Al ^ Nor i*:Qii»cn>ir«ti. 00119 . ¦ . . '¦;ii ,^«T 38 - ..;¦ ¦ , ¦ ¦ -. ¦ .-'!¦ ' ' ¦ ' • ' . ' "' ¦?i " ¦il' v?.' *V ¦ ¦ . ¦ . - .,:! ' .:. - .- ¦¦' .. ¦ . ' -¦• ¦; . -i ' ¦> ¦ '¦;'¦ ¦ , ' Si

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

iBaaHiSHIiBlBMiBlBBMMIllBHIiaSllHHiiliBHiMMH woH^ lii Ta x'irroii^torrf. . rnH£ Collectom of. Taxes of Lancaster Co., are Xi hereby notified that,all the Duplicates for MiBtia fiues for the year 1847 are now ready, and they are.jrequested. to call tor them ' at the Commissioners office.- . -.-.--. ' :¦¦ ' • ¦¦ " ¦ ' ¦ ¦•! -.-. ¦ ¦' ' ;•'"• ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ By order of the Commissioners of Lancaster coaaty,.. , ;, ¦ >,: ¦> • r P. G. EBERMAlfi, Clerki ,-J*».4.i84S. r :,. ¦ ...-- .-! . . 3^9

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

/^AShMKHK PLAibS, ibr clotkn . dreiai, kc, KJ Alirgehnil well »Bl«otod.a«iorlm«utcom-, pricing some new anil lieaulKul stylea fbr childnn'i waur, new'nBeiilns at the New York itore. net 19-86 ORIEL, HART « GILBERT,

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

• ¦ ¦. . ¦•¦ notice. -•¦¦ • • - • ¦ • -•{'.¦ -\TOTI0K it hereby mven,th»M,eUBriof,Admln. ll Utratltm upon the V. ,iM or Wllllorh Olatt, tloc'd,, have been taken out by the undersigned, realtUng In Lancn«ter city I and all pendnt havlni olalmi upon Ihe Kttate'ol itld ilooeaiedi are requested ts make known the nine without delay. CATHARINE fiLATZ, Auintnl.lrairl*. l.mi, Jim. 4, \MH. ' 40.7.

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

•• The cry H sllll they come. " r UST received GO pieces ol ihose splendid French ' and English Plaids so much worn for l.ndii's Fall ond \Vinter Dresses. Al IheBec Hive, North ueen Mreei. CHAS. E VVENTZ& BRO oct 19 38

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

:¦..,-., • j- = fltatlce*i'.i\s"«iJ I ¦ : »' THOSE persons indebtcd'i&ilhe -subscriber for subscription to the "Intelligencer & Jdurnal " and for advertising and jobbing, will please make Immediate payment. \. can * •" • -<-.- ' ¦ ' ¦¦? jfi'p bid stand, in Market S qUaro. • ¦ % ¦ , ¦ Dec 28,4847-tr. FRANKLIN O. MAY.

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

MARRIAHEN, ; On Thursday tlm 30lh nit., by Rnv. K, V. Huolinnun, Mr, .len-r lluuck to M'isk Sarah Shtiltz, nil nl PnradihO.

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

¦ Dr. Callen?» i«Ua» TO&etabH* ••'j.:; ••.•- --• ,^« Panacea.'"" ¦¦ - ¦¦• - ¦ .-¦ '•¦• ¦ ¦ ¦..-* TJERSONS «ffi«ea~with«SctofUld, Kings' • Evil. JiTi eahcer, Erysipelas, OiaSores, VtcerV, Tetter; Mercurial Diwaaalr; tor'«ySHaeT ;compla3rrt» ariairlg from iBipsriUesVrftht-Wood , ¦»« requeBtedito feSd tte foUo«aig»MrtiBio Bimli in proof of the wdnderni) properties of tire»boW Baked medicines. ¦¦ - ¦>=' ¦:-' ¦ " '..flutdtst a simple statement bfttre'tacts mignk fiil of convincing those who are diily imposed bponbV certificates which owe th«i emstene* tov ffii ffirtile imaginltion» of their writers , a living wrthess-in the persbn of Mr. Brooks (whose case is "mentioned fce^ low, )may be seen at our office, No.J'i^'Mun'sjiSt.v New Tork; where he bar kindly conseated ten remain for a fea-'daya for the satisfaction ofiho»ewho reqmre'ocoulsv-demoriibnkiton.'- ' i < . - .->: ' ¦ ¦ •I' READ. ' . READ!/' ¦READ!:!! We, the oideTsigned, having' visited Mr. Isaa...

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

:'' lHfe*tt^rkR*s olNT^tf^fV' • Iflias PfJWpRiu. ' ca ' v^ all! externalSirwUcro. filous humors, skfn diseases, ppisono,u wounds io disottarge ihefr putrid ^ rnaiiers, and jitjerj.Jieal ! -.'It is rightly termed jmr-Wriing; for thereis'ic jrcety.a<i«asu. f-iiernor-of'- ' tritefilalOrnt it wilf no> benefi r . I have, ueed it foriheilast fmirecrV yesfi for allidjseases of lllttchest, conmirhpiiuh anil " liver, nyolvjflJ! the i;tmo4! danger, and responsibility; and I declare before Heaven, and/man, thai liioi .itfone siruzle casej Has it foiled to benefit when ' the nalleni was wi|hin ihe reach of mo"al iiicana...:_ , :,.,T 1'liave nad physicians/learned JM th ' eirofeiurion-Uhave had-nuntaters ol the Gospel, Judges ' oC lhe bencb;Aldermen. Lnwyers, gentlemen^oftfieHighest erudition, and multitudes, of the poor use it iii every variety of way, and there Jias been hut one yuice—oue universal voice—saying •' McAlli-iter, your Oinimcm.iss'KKL" . >.f > ¦¦:...

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

Bulletin Wo. 1.—The Graefenberg: Company HAVING been welcomed in every section of the United States with the most unparalelled enthusiasm : and their medicines having reached an enormous circulation, will henceforward issue Monthly Bulletins; that they may the wore perfectly inform the public of the .principles of the Americo-Graefpenberg 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* munity; and all classes of readers, the clergy, jurists, statesmen and private individuals, should not fail of reading them, to Bay the least. One trial alone of the medicines will convince the most sceptical of their extraordinary efficacy. In the present Bulletin we will only eay that 1. The Graefenberg Medicines are purely Vegetable. . 2. They have been tested iii tena of thousands of cases with perfect success. 3. Of the Vegetable Pills alone ...

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

T.MMgJ »«r rat%»fj«"feJrtB'*^^Pri'«»*ou J. qrjanjops ^jnaymiker) t^ ;Uie.,.gfliirt of Quarter. Seasiofts,. at " flij Jiauirj-.tem,;j848f»f ljceyse o'Vionanue keeping ^FnuSliclipuse at the Wlite S?^>.ff, ,^:T M^,. otW^ams^.wn,,Pafla«e fflJWWRr^!«be>nf ,W <>ld «*u»4- .„-, ' ,, ,-. .., ] " ¦ .-,,., • „ -r-.&i: {fe?-^4. « ' faM5TV?fliS^Ka)»1pf Out township of Piradise,,wtare ,^e, ^M,^n ,bi;f§iTpn). .M,PR9i>wed S Mw^i'SO 'W ft 'S!!'?S:^e -'™d;WB *! ' ltl te¥ * is is rfTCess^rjtto,:acc,prniQQdate.thc.publi91andl€iitert4i]| <™»ijir» ' ar(d * trav^n erj^»nd,, jijit we, ^ rs, w«U: *ct q^untija ^ wia nhe said, Jamei.ftt,. Slaynviket, and •k ?' ' "?, ' " . ot good repote-fojji,honesty ajia-iteinpei. anct;, l and is . well ptpViaejliwithhouseroom and, Conveniences^ for the accommodation of strangers and'travellers. . ' • ' ".. . ; ' I'.. .,- .-,i . ,Wm. Hamfltoij,;,Hugh..Aikiii, ' Jarnesr .Wslktti George Slajmaker,A. H.Slaymaker,lHen,>3...

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

Hedeubcrg's Patent Air-Tight Parlor Coal Stove. Ane w, beauiifut, convenient, and fuel-saving1 Parlor Coal Stove in now fur the firs* rime introduced ip ihe public. The proprietor* feel conftdent.'ihat upon an ex* animation of iltose in operation, ihey will be pronounced to be the brst% most utefal and economical stoves yei invented. - : Wiih a comparatively small quantity of fuel, (his ¦tove will radiate a greater quantity of hem, (not dry or parcheil, a* is eoncrolly tbe case in ib* ordinary coal sioves j than any other stove now in use. - C U BT I F J C A T.ES • .. • ¦ I ,have had one of Hedenberc's air-light cbal~: stoves in use iince ihe middle of last October—am entirely saiipfied with il—and believe it to; be toperioj- to nny description of stove hitherto introduced.' It requires much less coal than a common radiator siiwe of tho same size—produces no annoying radiant heat—and with ordinary care there ca;> be neither dirt on 'he carpet nor dusi on the furnilure...

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

PRIVATE SALE Of Three first rate Plantations in Manor \ Township. DETERMINED to move lo the Stale or [Hi nois, I will sell at Piivate Sale, at my rcstidence one mile west ul Millersiown, in Manor township, Lancaster county, THREE PLANTATIONS, to wit: No. I.—Consisting of a Trucl'uf Land, containing 140 ACRES, I strict measure, boundrd on the east by the Little Coneatoga' Creek, on the north by No. 2, on ihe west by a public road, and on the south by No. 3. The improvements on No. I, are a 'wo story .Stone Dwelling House, 50 by 30 feet, well finished and roofed with slate : a stone swisser Barn 140 feet long, also roofi d with slate, ind has a large arched cellar underneath ; a wagon shed and corn cribs ; spring house over a never-failing spring of water, with fine facilities for a distillery, in a well built still house, a smith shop, with other convenient out-builuings ; a pump in a never-failing well near the house, an f)acHiiiD of every kind of choice fruit trees, a well wa...

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

•': Tru8t«'t>fi''Saile.' "". . : .' ; BY virtue ot adei-ree,of.lr reafx!iik county Court, sitting us a Cbufi' of ETquiiyj. ihe subscriber, as Trustee, will jell hi public Aueiibn,,on thei premises, about 2 tn;les East of Tpjjicriciilpw ' n, oft Saturday 'he 15th day ol January nexi. iljai VAL., UAfihiZ FARM, known an'a part qf/itie,traci 61, land called '* .rhei Richlands." and owned liy ' ihe late (trat'ion Hammond,cajilniuing 401 ACRES,3 rood*,'33j'psretres of first'taie ^iulttioh'c"L'jrjd — 1'hiB Korrn is ?iluaieJ about 2 miles Kaol p i Fredericktotrn.'Bnd adjoins the lands of Messrs.Joscph Schell. John Noonan, CharlesS. liatumonrl, Robt. T. Stokes and-'Aher*;':! l'hr/mip7<Wefiients consist ol a i:WOST.OrtY LO(i HmJSEiwith'Kii ' ajij en attached,9 large.*ttd Ssubsiantial SwiiKcr'Baril with slabling.and graiuery atJacbed,- wagon.: alieifl, corn bouse?1 blackBirith shop, house for:a (OianFior for servants; afine O[lCWARD:of good PttUITjand.about lO.ur 12 Acres u...

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

Valuable Farm and Mills'at public sale. ' f 11HE Subscriber will sell, at public sale, on the J- Sih ' day of January, 1848, ai I o'clock, P. M., the foUowinjj described; property, viz: A Fjmn situate in Fulion township, Lancaster county, about Un miles from Port Deposito, where ihere is generally a gond market for produce and n dnily communicaiion by wnipr and rail-way io ihe city ol Bnliimore. The farm adjoin* lands ut John U. Brown, Abner Wood and o'hers, containing 120 \CRES, more or les*. 'Vho improvements are a Uv o story brick DWELLING j , house, mm Wiili a well and pump tlierem, at lhe 9b§Lu£k doofiflnd a spring of good water o^B^E&SBIB short distance from the house; a frame Barn^Si by SO, feet with stone ccll.ir; a Lime Kiln, and a Grisi nnd MERCHANT MILL. 3i by 40 Teei, three siorica liigh, wilh a slicd attached 18 feet wide and 40 feet long ; two stories used ne n lulling mill. Tim mill contains one pair t'rench Rarrs, nnd one pair Country Biones, wiili nece...

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

Valuable Farm und Mills at Public Sale. rpHF. subsrriber will sell, at public aaler on the X 8th day of January, 1848, at 1 o^clock, P. M,, the following described property, vii: A. Farm situate in Fulton township, Lancaster county, about ten miles from Port Drposite, where there is generally a! good market for produce,land a daily communication by water ami rail-way !to the city of Baltimore. The farm adjoins lands of John B. Brown, Abner Wood, and others, containing 120 ACRES, more or less. The improvements urea two story brick DWELLING HOUSE , with a well andSjjfl pump therein at Uip door, ami a spring of goodJSffl w.itor a abort distance from the house; a frame Barn, 34 by i>0 feet, with stoue cellar; a Lime Kiln amlT :L Crist and MERCHANT MILL, 31 by40 feet, limit* stories high, witli a she4iattaclied 18 feet wide and 40 feet long ; two stories used as a fulling mill. The mill contains one pairFrench Burrs , and one pair Country Stones, with necessary machinery, al...

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

Public Sale Of Yaluable Real ¦ ¦ •;; ¦; .f\: " ;-:i3s*ate, / ' ^ . : ' .; 'VV:;; TpHE subscribers, for.themselves ^ *n4 as Agenth _|_ fpr , tfao other heirs, of George Ramsburg^lateof Frederick fl pujita' * deceased, will sell at public sale, on the premi&e-fl, o&.' J'hnrsda.y the 20th.dfiy of January, 1848, that VALUABLE FARM, si^a le on the South side of UieCatoctin Mountain, about 21 uiiles South.of Jeflerflop» aTad,adioining the lands of Peter Thomas, Philipiiawken, Mrs. Blessing and others, and about 2J milea from the Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road. Thia Valuable Farm contains 405-ACRES OF LAND, more or less, of which ab.out 250 are in a: high state of cultivation, and the balance heavily set with timber, ";consisting of Chestnut, White Oak, Black Oak, Hickory ana Locust/ About fifteen Acres are in Meadow Land, of the very best quality. The improvements consist of a large two Biory. BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, E8 with a back building, 2 Quarter Houses, Mea...

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

1 L- WUIgatoHailU^av ri i BUXS ^Ur ^- j V. B. Vj&J^ikiiSrtli'toraB JwD^MHorJn. Ji.s,- ^ - - .;; ••piiiBj^ir-BroiacE.V. ".::-. Ij^VPHailelpUiWS&A pJg, Chertnut Street j ineit |to Jhe cornof of3d»>- ¦W<)-33J Market St.; Mrdoor . belov?9tli,>iortliM'4e-..- Ch(BceTeM,Wholesale;and Retail., ,We arc constantly.receiring freahuui imported Green and BIack..Te»», embracing the bert selections this side of China. Oaf: abundant resources, great experience,, and exclusive: attention !to the Tea Trade,:give us.ipeculiar facilities;-con* sequently, we are rosolvedio.sell Tet* purer, more fragrant and perfect, for the respectivepribeB, than any other establishment. ¦ , * .:-I Our principle of doing business has, in tlje. course of sis yearsj Becured a connection throughout the United States, and wherever our Teas arc sold they receive high commendation. . ; ¦ i OOP" Reader give them a trial. , The manner in which our Teas are packed^ {the wrapper next.t...

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