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

DEATHS. On the 1st inst., George W. Frick, in the 31st year of his age. On the 2d inst. by the Rev. John C. Baker, John Henry Wctzel to Sarah Zell, both of this city. On Wednesday last,of inflammation of the bowels, Ai.vA Mobbis, an interesting child of Marcus D. Holbrook, Esq. 4>f this city, aged 5 years and 4 months. On the 27th ult.. Mary C, relict of John 11. Montgomery, aged 52 years. In West Earl township, on the 16th ult., Andrew Wise, a soldier of the Revolution, aged 88 years,. 4 month and S da)r s. In Manheim township, on the 24th ult., Fanny Gravbill, aged 25 years, 10 months and 31 days. In this city, on the 2Gth ult., at the residence of her brother-in-law, Lewis Sprecher, ' Maria Bear. On the 17th ult., in Sadsbury township, Slater B. Kirk, in the 23d year of his age. Last Notice. PERS ONS indebted to the subscriber for subscription to the "Intelligencer and Journal," and .advertising and jobbing, will please settle their respective accounts before the...

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

Stute ifltMlfical Convention. DELEGATES tn tho Stnto Modical Couvirhtion, and the Proibwion "f'tifirfiJIv nro hiTobv in-¦ 'nrmed, that the Sessions of the ^' (invention will bo :ield in the Methodist Episcopal Church, (Rev. Wm. I'rio's) in North Duke street, in the city of Lancaster—(¦oinmcnciiiK on Tuesdav, the 1 lth day of (Vpril next, at 11 o'clock, A. M. All \lfdiral Societies, Schools, and Hospitals Kre respectfully desired to send delegates ; and in such counties, where no such institutions at present exist, the regular members of the Profession are particularly invited to assemble, and choose delegates from their number—in order that the representation mav be as full and complete as possible. Delegates are requested to register their names as soon as convenient after their arrival. The Committee "f Arrangement will be in attendance ;it the Church, nn the evening previous to, and the morning <>i- the day of inectiii<:, to attend to that dntv. Bv orde...

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

Fashionable Spring millinery. MRS. BAILIE will open an assortment ^^ of Fashionable Spring Millinery, on £%?/^ Thursday, April 6th, at the residence of^lfe;,. her mother, Mrs. A. DucHMAN/in East King street. _ L^casler, _ ApriI 4, 1848. 4t-10 for Rent. A TWO STORY HOUSE , in East King .«, street, one door west of the residence S of A. N. Breneman. For terms , apply to Mrs J^m H. AfM'LENEGAN. [Lan. A pril 4,1843-3t-10 Notice to Teachers. A MEETING of the School Directors of Paradise township, will be held at the public house of John Row, (Black Horse,) on the 15th of April, at 10 o'clock, precisely, For the purpose of appointing fieVeH teacfiers far Baid .district Liberal BaJat-les will be givehv By drder of the fioartl, THOMAM M SOiltiKV* Bet*y. Anrtt 4, 1R4B. . . 21 + -I0

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

Great, Bargains, DR. & C. A. EHLER, have just opened at • lheir cheap cash Drv lioods store, in the National [louse building, Nonh Queen sireei,h splendid a^sonm ent of C'mihs of all colors. Black and Fanry Cassimeres. Cassinelts. Veslings </_ fveri / description. —AB.SO—Plaids of.every deBcripiion. Cashmeres, Mouslin de Lairies, Alpachns. Shawls, Flannel?, Tickings and Checks, Hosiery and Glove?, &c. &c. The public aro inviiotl. io cnll ntid examine their stock us they are determined lo sell at a small advance lor cash. •nANttfiLtt.Bttt.t31l. C.AMANDOa EHLBtt. m n sft

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

MARRIAGES. ' , On the 28th ult., by therRev. J. J. String, Boul» den Miller to Catharine Yeager, both of East Lampeter township. f - On the same day, by the tame, Benjamin Eshleman to Catharine Harnish, both of Conestoga township. ; On the 14th ult., by the Rev. J. C. Baker, Reuben Manderback, of Berks county, to Mary Ann Mettgar, of this city. " On the I6th ult., by the same, Miller Eckman, of Colerain township, to Elizabeth Eckman ol ' Little Britain township. At the Speedwell Mansion House, on the 2d inst. by the Rev-. H. Flabliston, Solomon Senft of Codorus township, York county, to Sarah Eby of Elizabeth township. " (York papers please copy.)

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

Removal of the Cheap Cash; *-ciiOTiiiivJGr Store, J GORMLEy; Me ' rchpnt Tailor,, respectfully informs the citizens of the city and county of Lancaster—his customers and the customers of Simon J. Young, ' that he has taken the Stand ao; long occupied by S. J. Young, two doors south of Orange Street, and nest door to J. Gish & Co. ' s Pook Store, where he hafi the.largest assortment' tff ready made clothing ever offered" in the city of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cloaks * Hangup, Sack, Dress, Frock, Walking and Riding' Coata, Roundabouts for bovs of all sizes and descriptions., ' J* "D. returns thanks tor the- i»:iny ftvors mid hopes that His friends' aiid tho customer* of B. J. VoUnftatid the HublicJn general WiU tJtthttnttB Id la^Hr Him With \)&\t «a llHi - v ^W i^

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

Look Here! Clocks and Watches. THE undersigned has just returned from ^^ Philadelp hia with a new and splendid Cp^n assortment of Clocks, Watches, Accordeons, fy ~* ;* Musical Boxes, Gold Pens, &c, which he is"^*® prepared to dispose of on the most reasonable terms. Among his assortment may be found Gold--and Silver Levers, Imitation Levers, Quartiers and English Watches, and a new article of Clocks, and all articles usually kept in his line. He respectfully invites the inspection of his friends both in town and country to his stock of goods with the assurance that from his assortment they cannot fail to make a selection of any article they may want. Repairing attended to as usual, and all work warranted. JOHN' BKOWN, Agt. Feb. 15, 1848. 3

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

: jhedigaij advertisements. Or.Townsend's compound Extract SarsapariUa. .; FT1HIS Extract is put up in quart bbttlea-r-it ia aa X times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior to any sold. It cures diseases without i omiting, purging, sickening or debilitating the pat ent, anv is particularly- adapted for a Spring and Sumraei Medicine. , . ¦ . ," The great beauty and superiority of this! Sarsaparilla over all other remedies is, while it eradicates diseaseit invigorates the body. Consumption cured. It cleanses and strengthens. Consumption can be cured. Boncbitis, consumption, liver complaint, colds, coughs, catarrh, asuima, spitting of blood, soreness in the chest, hectic flush, night sweats, difficult or profuse expectoration and pain in the side, &c. have and can be cured* f Probably there never was a remedy that ihas been bo successful in desperate cases of consumption as this; it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the lungs, a...

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

9IEDHTJX ADVERTISEMENTS. T HIS Vermifuge is, without the least sliadow of doubt, the best, safest and most efficacious remedy at present in use, for the immediate expulsion of every species of worms from the human body. Years of experience have proved its superiority over every other medicine. An additional supply just received and for sale by . " " J. F. HEI.MTSH & SON., Wholesale agent for Lancaster county, East King street. Lancaster. Retailers supplied in any quantity £t wholesale prices. UNPARALLELED IMPOSITION $¦ EFFRONTERY. '/! An individual named S. Fahnestock has repeatedly asserted that the article which he calls '; Dr. S. Fahnestock: s Vermifuge"r is tlie same or equal to the Vcrniifhjre prepared by inf. The public are assured that this \a a base falsehood, and ;trc hereby cautioned a^aiusrcoiifoundiiic the spurious article with mine. It is entirely dilferent in its composition, and does not possess the virtues and powers of my preparation. March 14, lMS-7-l...

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

MK»IC A I. AUVERiKI^UE^TS, /., All of the following arttcles > which ha,ve obtained un-- bounded popularity are told, by JAMES SMITH, the only Agent for the genuine articles in the city of-Lancaster, and county of ^ Lancaster. -, •: . . &EKEMBER THIS AKD BtTY OKLyOF HOI. A N ttnequaljed "remedy, and an Almanac for 1848 oi. gratis. 1st—rFor colds and feverish feelings, and preventing fevers. 2d—For Asthma,'Liver Complaint, and Bilious Affections. 3d—ForDiarhrea, Indigestion, and Loss of Appetite. ."4th—For Costiveness in females and males, i 5th—For Stomach affections, Dyspepsia and Files. The great points are, it is not bad to take, never gives pairij and never leaves one costive ! ! For all these things it is warranted unequalled, and all who do not find it so may return the bottle and get their money. This medicine is LONGLEY'S GREAT WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA. Fuller description in an Almanac for 1848, gratis. ' Balm of Columbia Hair Tone.—To the bald and grey—If...

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

IJIi^ICiX A»TmTISE]»IE«TS. Dr. Hoofland's /CELEBRATED German Medicines are ¦wiihom \_ j a rival for the tare ^ of the following diseases, li token according u> directions, they will cure-any case, no maiier who or vyhai else has failed. Vegetable Rheumatic Pills, for the permanent'core'of K heumarisnr, GoutjGanarene, Aysieria, and severe. Nervous.affeciiuns. and'are highly recommended lur ihecure i f Drupsy, Hunioral Asthma! and Neu* ralgea. Patients Using them, in mojt cases experience benefit soon afier ihe first do=e, they qinei the nervous system which enables ihem i<> rest well duriti" U;e nighl. They never fail to efl'ect a.cure When taken according to directions., No oimvard application can permanently remove Rheumatic Pains Irom i he system ; Linetnenis sometimes acl as a pa iiiiive lor a short peri d, but there is always dancer in their use; they may cause ihe pain to leave. one place (or perhaps a viial part, oreUe where the pain will be more acn...

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

* -. rc -'Tjtvfe^^g^y 8 ^8 ^" ' . • XN^HE MATTE R of the?in te nded ' application I »f Christopher Graham, to' tlie court of Quarter Session! of Lancaster c6unty,April Sessions, 1848, for(license to continue keeping a tavern-in the townaiiip of Bart, Lancaster county, being; an ' old stand.. . ' . j 'r~y- . -¦*";- ;_£¦ ¦¦ - ¦ ¦ ^ - . ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ' ¦* We, the undersigned, citizens, of the .township of ' Bart, county of Lancaster, where the nai<l inn or tavern is prop Qsed to be kept,. do certify, .that the said tnn .orrtayern . isnecessary to accommodate the public ^andentertain ' strangers.and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the eaid Christopher Graham, that he is of good repute for hbnesly andlemp$rancer andis well provided . with house room and conveniences for the accommodation oi strangers and travellers.' Joseph M'ClureVJacob Eckman, Eli Kerns, Jas. GilUIand, Benj. Baiter,Wm Hoflis.Jno.D Miller, Arthur M. Kissick, Charles Kynear, Samuel T. BaughmanJohn...

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

iledeiiberg's Patent Alr-Tlght Parlor Coal Stove. \fi pw. brTiiiful. Ru.vcnie.nt, a-uf fiuil-savinjj ¦ P.trlfir Cua1 S'-ive jd now tur i!m first lime in i .¦):!¦iecd to ; he public. Tii' pr.'pr <'\ar< \W\ (mnliileM. iliai upon an e.xa::ii;>;iili>ii .it i)-,i«e in njnTiHini). i|ii-y v. ill ht» [iro-• if-in-' i! hi he ifu' hes!, nwsi usifui nnd economical s!d\ i's \ei |-}\e:iit'<t Wi h a etnii;j.irjni\f;!y pnviii quantity of fuel , this s'i>v:> will rai'ia't: a 2r<*at(-r i|naniiiy ol htai, (not r!n- or |j:iirliffi, i.^ is_fff.-nfrally l;e rnso in Hie itnlmai) (u.| ;:iivfs.) than any oilier stove m»w iii u^e C E V, T J I t r A T E S . _ 4 I have h:ul nno nf i!ef!e:i! erc ' ^ nir-li^hl eoal s'(iv(> in use siiici- the mi/iditvpl la.-i Ociobcr—am eniirely ^iiti-T.rd \iiih it—uy.d Helicjve it lo be supermr to am* (ie.-ciipliou ni siuvc hnlicrlo itiirofiuct'd. It req-ur^j much Jt s.s cn;il ihan a euNiinoii radiii'or iJt-...

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

f The Great English Remedy. |IHE only original and genuine article for the 1 cure of Heaves, other complaints of the respiratory apparatus, and derancemcut oftiie digestive functions in tiie Hors^.is Kirkbride's f.;-...^ Titter sail's Ih-r.ve ]*oird?rs. It is i f; \ " -- ^*-r—vT-1 warranted to be perfectly s;if<; in all ^v., j.&v 'A cases, will not iiiconvr-nioncr the an- £""7~' V" '* ? imal or injurp him evru ii' he has nnw-^--"J -? ^- (Hsc.iso; it is from four to eight times cheaper than most of tho imitations which arc being circulated throughout tho country, beintr put up in much larser packacefj, sulncient to cure an onhnary case of Henvc ^ . ,i!id to admip-^ter in a dozen cases of cold, catnrrh, kc. At this season, while the Horse is shedding his coat, his vitaV ' onorgy is much reduced, and lie is e'vtrcmrlv liable to colds. &c. many ' cases of incipient Ile.ivpsjare prmtracicfl now, but arc stippre^^- ed by pasture or warm weather, till they brea...

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

MEDICAL ^1n^XTOlEffiurarTS. " Lr4> '*" ' ills Works Praise it! Burns, Scalds, and'-all kinds of Inflamed Sores Cured. WOUSEY'S Universal Ointment, is the mdst.com-* plete Burn AntidotV ever known. It instantly (and as if by magib) stops "painBof th, v c most desperate burns and scald's. For old sores, bruises, cuts, sprains, &c., on rrian or beast, it is -the best application that can b« made. - Thousands have triedi and thousands praise it. It is the most perfect mas- ¦ ter of pain ever discovered. All who use, recommend it. Every family should be, provided with it. None can" tell how; soon some of the family will need it. i ; • . . Observe each ;box of the Genuine Ointment has the name of S. Tbusey written on the outside label. -L To imitate this is j forgery. Boatmen, Livery Rleny Farmersand all who use Horses, will find this Ointment the, very best thing they can use for Collar Galls, Scratches!! Kicks, &c. on their animals.!Surely, every merciful;ma...

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

Spreclicr & RoSsrcr' s Clieap Hard-Ware Store. HARDWARE, Glass,.Paints, Oils, and Varnishes at that long established 3tand, East King st., Lancasterformerly occupied by Howett StKrieder, a few doors east of the Court House, next door to the Drug Store of James Smith, and opposite Geo. Messenkop ' s Hotel, which they have recently taken and where they will carry on the business. They most respectfully beg leave to invite the attention of their, friends and acquaintances to their stock of Hardware, which they have just opened and will sell at the most reasonable prices, including every variety of Iron and Steel, Latches, Locks. Bolts, Hinges, Screws, and all kinds of building materials, every description, of Files, Blacksmith's Be.llows, Saddlery, best warranted Edge Tools; Planes, and Veneers. Also a Complete assortment of CEDAR WARE, such as tubs, buckets, butter churns, together with everj. article in their line. They will keep constantly on hand every variety of Coal...

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

CuiSSlEIliptiOEl, Asthma, Bronchitis. Spitting IJioo;l, I'ain in thr- side, and breast, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Pa I natation of the Heart, Wlmoping CotiL'h. Ilivc-. S'orvinis Tremors, Li\ er Complaint, mul Disease**! Kidneys, arc radicallv cured, by Thumpson's Compound Svnip oi ' Tar and \S'or>d _Vipt!-i:i. A LTHOl'GH t!ir great fatality of Pulmonary f\ Piseasfs, :it this time shows that there are particular cases tliat render still too ajjplicahie the designation, appro'da inedicorum—the ii is;: race nt j physicians—to this call of diseases; and tUat thenare stages in their progress, which having oi:.cc Iipph reached, rccoverv is doubtful. Still no one should despair. The writings of physiciaus," * who lia\f i given to these nfTectinns particular attention, ahouiul | with many recorded cases of recovery wlicn tin: j patient had reacln- 'd a seeming horici<¦:-• ¦; stujic oi j the disease: ;md lln'in is at tins tune, a remedy ] prepared in P.'tihhh. 'pkia which ...

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

CHc.'Rcaioa ° s Vo^etiaSjBc 1 'urg'siticv IMKs. ,4 IUC the first ami only medicine e\er discovered j\ that will positively cure Headache, Giddiness, Piles, Dyspepsia, Scurvy, Smallpox, Jaundice, Pains in tho Hack, Inward Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart, lliuing in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fevcrs v\' all kinds, Female Ci'inphiinlBjMensk'B, Salt Rheuin, Himrt-Uuru, Wnrmn, Cholera Murbus, CnuyliH, Quinsy, Whooping cough, Consumption., Pits, LlvnrCompluint, ErynipctiiR, DcalnnBB, UchiugH ol' thu Skin, Coldn, NcrvmiH Cu!ii|iluililM, ami ti variety nf oilier iJiBoiiRoa. firming IVom linpviritlos oi Imliguilinii, ll liici lii't!ii pt'ovcil thnl nearly tivt-ry tliHriiNC lo u liiclffhn liiitiiftii (htmc \* Nuhjeci, oi'l^iimlcw IV' ill iiiiiiurllM'ri of the Hloiul or Ucnnincnit'iitN (if llin 1 >lu;i'nUvc Oi'Miillhi mill to HfH'liru IIlMiltll, wo innHt ri'tunvr th.tiHo obtilruciioiiN or r^.-iLnro tlio Illood lu its iiiiluriil Htuin, Thin liict in iillivci'Kiilly linuwu {k bu...

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

GilrepBB's Oxyjri*Bia3e«I Sliders. 4 SOYEREHi. N remed y tor Dyspepsia, in n:anv jt\ forms ; such as pain in the stomach. Ilearihtirn. habitual Costivcncss.- Acid Stomach, He;uiaclic. loss of apprt;tr' : a!.*n. Piles, ni^ht sw eats. Incident Consumption :md Aslhm.T, aUe;idcd with der.-inirt'mci'.t of lln.* stchiach. Th.s meiiic ;u*- ]j;is l;eL*ii' used bv the Proprietor soven years wah wonderful success. None, trt his knowlediji?, troul;lcd with the above mentioned di?- casfs, who have jrivrn it a fair trial h.ive lailcd to receive benetit: while many have been raised almost froiii the boni;Ta of th" L rnivc. The certilicates in our posi-O'Mon. mi*.! which we present to the public; c:in::oi l.'f (jii'-^ti'j^rd : WAsniN&ro:,-. D. C, June 10. 1S46. Having mide use of tlnv " Oxygenated Jiitters," prepared by Dr. Geo. B. Green, of Windsor, Vt., anJ from knowledge ohiained of their efficacv in other casps. we cheerfuliy recommend tlicin to the public, believing that they v....

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

, Xoficc to Distillers, AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. XTTHEREAS. I, Jacob Wcitzel, of the'city o Y T Lancaster, coppersmith, have feceived by letters Patent, recorded in the Patent office in the city oi' AVashington, certain useful improvements in the construction of Stills, which improvements consist of an additional tub, called a doubling tub, which ia placed' partly above the s*till, in which tub the doubler is inclosed, the beer which is putnped into the upper tub passes down Uy a plug pipe into the doubling tub, where it ia brought to a boiling state before it is let into the still, which pipe is opened or stopped when requisite by means of a plug made of wood, copper, or any other material. ' What I 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 the tub into the still. Having received information, amounting to proof, that my patent for 'the above described improvements has been violate...

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