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

Farm t'ov £u2'-\ pTf \A1 ACRES OF LAND, situate! on C'lknut'O. fjyjyj- i 1'7 miles from the viliag" '¦:' Kiiicott's j Mills, when? there is a market for all kinJ.s of produce, and 111 miles from the cit\ of Baltimore-; 260 acres of this place ia cleared antl in good order, the remainder, (540) 1:1 wood, th-i greater part of which is rinc timber, and will meet uilh rt-ady i sale ;tt the vilJage. Enough cl" -wood could be i cleared, (with advantage to the farm) to pav for at- j least one-tiiird asked for it. On this placu tl.eic ¦ are no im ' provonjents, having but latelv come in 10 possession of the subscriber. The situation is beautiful and perfeetlv hea.ltliy, with an abundant ' Bunplv of j' mr w.itor. " j If not suld by 12th of April, it will be offered at public sale. at " j. H. BROWN'S, Patnpsco Hotel, Ellicott-.s Mills, on that (12th of April) dav, at 3 o^clock, P. M. i P.S.; —Both the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Baltimore andi-Frrderirk TuiTipikc pass through ...

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

APVERTlSEItfEaiTS. ' Bank of Chester County. " ¦ > : /•': ' ¦ ' - JANpxax ^ l2,:1848., THE public are notified that the money stolen from the President pf this Bank has not been recoveredand 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 '* New Issue?' across the middle of the design. The Fifties and Hundreds, of former issues, were printed in black 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, one 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,1 representing Ceres standing on a square lathe work block, with the figure...

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

Slate for Sale. ALL persons wishing to roof either new or old buildings with slate are hereby informed that the subscribers have now on hand at their quarries it Peach Bottom, Lanca^for comitv, a large quantity of ROOFING SLATE, of a superior quality; ilso a proportion ot'second quality; a!! of which they will dispose of on very accommodating terms, cither by the ton or by the square when put on the roof. Persons wishing to roof buiJdintrs of any tioscription can always be supplied at the shortest nnticr bv calling on llin undersigned partner, at his Milis. near Goslicn post office. Fulton township, in person, Dr address him by letter, directed to tlm odice, niu! :hey will be promptly actentifd to. Thev also f ' ur-:ljer request tlmsc wljo may tind it more convenient :o call on John Ehler, Esrj., of the city of-Lancaster, or (Mi Mr. Jeremiah Brown, of Columbia, thev being fullv authorized to contract for said company. SLATER BROWN & CO.: Fuhon tup., Feb. 29. 184S. ' 4m...

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

I N THE MATTER of the intended application of John K. Herr, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of LaHcaster county, April Sessions. 1S4S, for license to keep a tavern in Strasburg township, known as the " Fair View House, " being an old stand. ^ye, the undersigned; citizens oft'sn to-rnship ot Strasburg, where the said inn or tavnrn is proposed to be kept, do ccrtifv, that thejiald inn or tavern ia necessary to accommodate tho jniblrc aiid antertain strangers and traveliers, and that we are well acquainted with Uie said John K. 11 err. and that he Is of gfloil repute for honesty and temperance, ftHd is 'well provided with house rdom and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travc-lltirs. Bfinj. B Herr. Henrv j). Mfjtzicr, Hcnr> G. Hcrr, .lacob Jlair. Ge ' o. " Lpf"vcro, Ariaru Luniienpckftr^ Christian II. Miller, John B M'-llinp«:r. Benjamin Hoover,Geo. Wikcr. Henrv Lcunan. Lui'lis Lon "- enecker. Adam Espr-nshnde. ['i\Iarch 21 . ¦ lS4S-3t-S IN THE MATTER of t...

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

OocIob" Tfour .self for '¦£•?» ccseC:^. BY means nf the POCK- j^-=.— ^ ET .-KSCULAPIUS. or ,^^i^ .V: " ~" ^ Every 0:;e his own Physi- /£&• f.\. ~ "7 '\ ¦ x - cia.v ! Seventeenth Edition, /&£' 'f _~> N - *V, with upwards of One Hun- && &': ' Q / .^ dred Engravings, showing ' [0 ^ "v'J^'.'Vi private diseases in every la/ ffi&$ ~l r$f$-\ ' ¦ ^1 shape and form.and malfor-S &$>*&!! ¦ l-fe'I' i ' 4;J mations of the generative K* ^ W^'1 i-Vvj^ '"'' /¦>"" system, by Wai. Young, fe \ .S^jViJ"-1 -^i M- D - w®?lF /&' ¦ The time has now arrived, WfM^f^C^¦ M&/ that persons suffering from ^^^c^Sa^1' Becret disease, need no ¦ S ^SS|^ more become the victims of ^= Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without iiindraace to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine...

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

1S48 Conestoga Navigation. 1848 Transportation to Philadelphia anfi, Baltimore! AT HEDDCED RATES QF' TXEIGH?. THE Farmers, Millers, and Storekeepere *jf jLaa caiier county are informed that tie " Conestoga-TranBporta.tion Company " will place-a-newaud superior hae oi Freight Boats on the water from Lancaster to, Philadel phia and Baltimore viaCon--«toga Navigation aad Tide .Water Canal, imwedi-Ataly on the opening of the Canals—and wili run .comtantly.anU jcgularl y through the reason. Tie * rates of freight will be as follow8'i tGral ' II I f "J?8pe / barr£i " kOrocenca,i)ry goods, &c,) ' " ' huBteL ; .^eUyere^ in Lancaster, \ 18 oente P« 100 Ibe. :,7£or further particulars apply at the office of the Coneatoga Nangaboa Company or io " - GEORGE CALDER, Agen* Xwcaster, FA. 29, 1S48. 6-li

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

Cliair Maker, Paper £f anger and Painter. Corner of South Queen and Vine streets. TH E undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has now on hand, and is constantly manufacturing to order CHAIRSQ of all kinds and descriptions, from the highest T^ga to the lowest price. They have been generally / *p admired—are-elegantly finished, and are of the most durable character. House painting in all its varieties executed b y tfeeundersigned. His prices will be found extremel y .moderate. p All orders for Paper Hanging will be promptly executed. OEORGF, F. ROTE. Sec.. 22 1S47 44-Iy

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

ii tnousands ol Mr. Roby's Brazilian Hair Curling W iij. chemists have Jong been experimenting upon, but without success,has, at length been accomplished by Dr. Roby, of Phil adelphia. To prepare an article in liquid form, free from oil, or greasy or sticky substances, which will curl the hair without changing its color and weakening the bulbs, has long been the. study o, our, most celebrated chemists. This useful art is alone combined in Dr. Roby' s Brazilian Hair Curling Liquid, which ensures to every body «.« the flowing ringlet and the witching curl. ' . ' «,^epa i red only by Storm & ' Co., sole proprietors. 21 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. Sold by ZAHM & JACKSON aug 17 '17-20-ly] North Queen St., Lancaster

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

AOyERTISEMEXTS. LIST OF LETTERS remaininginthe Post-Office at Lancaster, April I, 1S4S. Persons calling far letters.will please say they are ^^ Advertiscd. A ; Kenner Geo At her Martin 2 , Kling Joanna I! Kilgore J or Gilchrist lirubaker Geo L JJrirbaker Jno Landis Isaac - Uruhaker Daniel Landis Jacob Brown Joseph Landis Juo Brown J I'r '"g Jeremiah : " iilack ,l:is M ' LetlyCatharine Uarr'Miss Elizabeth Ltrnen .Edw 1£ liarr Beiijamin ¦ Luher Catharine iiiciuUtr lienj S LauherM L lioighrurt Suml W Leonard Aliss Ca'Jiarine litiriis Win * * Lewis TIkjk Barnard Robt j Liitton David Barton Saml . , Lcnman Rev Dr 2 Banks Joflniii Lgidicrh David Jlrady Edw . ' ¦ ' " il Hroughlou .T;imes McLanahan A (; Buyers and Kennedy l .Merrit ]\Irs Jane Bailv Jno - ; .Martin Henry B Buckwalter Beuj , Miller G J Bushong Miss .Vt:.rv A ' . Miller Fred Bavard Ilenjy M " | Miller Win BiuL'liam W II : Miller David F llreneiscr Jacob ' Mcllrov &: Thompson Beltzhoar C B ; Myers Jno C i Mt-tzgar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Special Message of the President of the United States In reference to the French Revolution. 'The following is the message of President Folk, transmitted on Monday last a week to Congress, apprizing.it ol " the course pursued by Mr. Rush in recognizing the new French Government, which the President fully approves: To the Senate and House of Representatives of the | United States :—I comrruimciite to Congress, for their information, a copy of the despatch, with the accompanying: documents, received at the "Department of State. ^ frpm the Envoy Extraordinary and Minister PlenSpjjtu-ntiary oi " the United states, at Paris. giving oliicial iniorruation of the overthrow of the French monarchy, and the establishment, m its stead, of a provisional government, based on republican principles. This great event occurred suddenh", and was accomplished almost without bloodshea. The world has seldom witnessed a more interesting or sublime spectacle Th;tn the peaceable design of the French p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

\ The Turnip Culture. • " No person ever deserved hotter of his countrv, , than he who first cultivated ihe turnip."—Lonn I Kames. i The introduction of the Mirnip union;: the culii' vntf.'d crops, constitutes nn nn in ihf art of Iiuf' Imndry. Ol ' t!:i' scv''ra! varieties, there m;iy he j $e!''cteifc ns nm>t worthy of attcniiop. the yellow. the whn<\ and ruta-basu. j 1st. Ruta-basa or Swedish Inmipf is the most | important of these varieties, ami yields the largest j quantity ot ' vegetable matter lor the use of liinn-: stock: it should be remarked also, lliat there are ( varieties of thi- root, the hr>{ iiaving a yellow color, ; globular form, and no nock or stern. The seoil ; should be black" and full : one pmuid hein;:sufficient | I for an acre, half that quantity producing plants j j cnoiiiih : but us ihe seed is liable to iail, a pound is j I not too much to insure a crop: the time Ibr -sow ini: ! being from thovinth uf June to ihe middle ol July; j ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Select $)oetvn. The Toil-Hardened Hand. Let the fool plume himself on a delicate hand, Exceiliniz tho snovMlake in purencss of white; Of n softness like velvet, exquisitely bland To the feeling of touch and enjoy his delight. I envy him not a possession so rare, Mv ambition-aspires something higher than this, Though dandies and dunces may think and declare A snowv soft hand the perfection of bliss. Let the fop with his lotions, cosmetics, cologne ; j Kau'dc rose,and pearl powder, and sweet ottargul, I Lave, anoint and perfume, and the softest hands o\yn , . He owns in addition, a much softer skull. lie sres in the soft hand the texture of wit; He deems it the measure of talent and worth ; I Fond fuol? he possesses of neither a whit,— I His hand is his intellect, empire and earth. Ll j Away with his wisdom, that is but skin deep : ; Fop?, dandic?, and dunces, off, each to his den, 1 t.ike not ihe. hand of a coxcomb, but keep My rc^ic-cts and salutations for much better me'n. Bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

ifttsccilctncoits. From the Memphis Gazette. TIs«? cesium Toruin Writ. The rclln'.vh:^ di'.-criptio-i of a very formidable wrii (i. (' '• ¦ ¦ • <!< ¦ <;. ^ve ni!er to ¦i:ii- readers us a remini>eenee. not vouching for the legality of the instrtilii'^nl". We jjean it from an old scrap hook, and - ire unable to iickmnvled^e its author. We nicnii-.i:i :!;;-. !c:-t v.e miirlit be fn.-peeted of presenting it as ;ui original p:ipcr. . In 1 ^ .'7. \vivz ;iiii<-cc<!ent to our coming to Memphis. \\ iii'ii N;>rth -< I is.-i>.sippi v. as cleared ol ' Indians ' pjiiiailj,. flic w iu'li' of this country was llien-called \ ;.;'.i;o cuui.! v. f • \ * *¦ 11f 1111ii" n\ t'r one hundred r> 11< I fifty iiii!c> m;ii:uv. 'fric lii 1 .-.1 ha-.l not taken ellect lor v. in; n; <n_\;!,;z;i;!oi]. except iniiic militia. One (' nlciii'i ( ;!.-.-i!u roiiiiiiainiiil in tins regiment the \i!,iilc coiii;::-y omt. and 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Anecdote of John Jacob Astor. 1 His wealth is literally beyond calculation, enor- i mous ; for it is impossible to give true ideas of the value of his multifarious resources. Forty millions of dollars v/ould scarcely cover the worth of his real and personal property. Stephen) Girard's estate was compared with Aftor's, but was always far. below it. At the time of the former ' s death. John Jacob, asked : i " Hoiv much did he leave .'" I :: Seventeen millions, " was the reply, j " That won ' t do,ir said the survivor—"that won ' t! do.;: ' | Since Girard's death, Astor 's wealth, has nearly doubled. Three summers a^o. he mad,e, in the j profits of certain purchases'of real estate within the city limits, for more than sixty days [Consecu- i tively, $40,000 a day. | I The old millionaire was reported to t>e mean: j lie was not so: he was merely particular. He gave freely; he was most bounteous in his private charities. To his countrymen, the Gerjnans. he was everoniiniticen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

. Bearer of Despatches. : | ! A gallant and fashionable officer, who lately arrived in the city of Mexico, reporting to the Commander-in-chief, went to a barbers shop to adjust his dress and remove the signs of his arduous journey. When he.bad completed his toilet, and rigged himself in a fine ruffle shirt and spick-span new uniform, he went to Head-quarters and presented himself to the Commander-in-chief , with, the despatches of which he. was the bearer. ' " "When ' did you arrive, sir Y7 asked the General imperatively. "About three or four hours ago , sir/' ¦ ' Why did you not report immediately?" »I only delayed, sir. to make myself decent to, appear before you ' '• ^ir.:) . remarked the old General, with great emphasis. " I would have you remember that a bearer of despatches should deliver his package with the dust upon him.!? The "handsomeMajor" received the rebuke in an excellent humor, and went his - ' way with a pretty elevated idea oi the authority of old* "Fuss und ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

AiiCCUGiC Of GCII. SCOtt. ! The .Mexican correspondent of the N* . O. Picayune tells the following: Let me Mil you-duanecdute of.-Gfln. t ' cott that is robucl here. When in Puebla, in view of the pos->iJi(!ity of beiuif nil off* in the battles he had ' to light in this valley, lie put all his important papers in a box. pealed it nnd left it in the hands of a friendly Mexican family on leaving the citjf , with1 directions to send it to his family in case any thing happened him. Since he found " the Court of Inquiry was to sit bore he sent for the box, to obtain frum it some papers necessary in the preparation, of his case. A box arrived precisely similar to the: one he expected, and was placed in his room, when; it lay several' days unopened. The papers were at last imperativel y demanded, ami Capt. being present at the time, the General, who. was busy writing, requested him to open the box, and hand them to him. The Captain did as requested , and pulling out several pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

S'iasSiiR^iiibS*1 Hl'iiII i3S2(S W5sa««*r ' C:.!i :.t ihe N.".\ r,<,ihiilfr F.^alil;ihiiii'iii. Wesi King ..i.<:. l.i'i-.vci :i Cni.p.ric Liclij\ " s and C Hunt's -•..M'. ..;?•>'» ::e i,> Su>ii:m:in l& S" o;i's i lard ware ¦ 5 p l.U rlTV. Merclnt i? T.,:l<>r. I..L- - lilu.iVS o:i ' ¦ 1>O ii.r.-i :: ^ ¦ . ¦ ..¦:. '.r ¦ . ¦>-.,\\ :;:iHc c'.-hl;;. ..fllir- f\-tcr,t ¦ ' , .aid ' :¦ - ¦ >: l:> hr hmi " ;'¦ the r\\v. ]\v wt,i:ld .-.-I ' ..: ¦ ¦: I-:! r-i ll,- loii.-^i- i^ - arT <; ' :.•¦= . " "-.I fcr!> I:-' ^;.:i ' i I ' .* rk r.-ii-. Ci-vi.:- • r P;i;iS-. Xeek -¦¦ .I I1 .- .-!- .' ! li.x.'I'-.eivl.ief-J. \'.-^ nl * a:i \.:'vU. Dr^i - .v.T-. Si:-...-;:.; -<. \.-. L.- .-njihT vnh .w:;. ' ;<ru-1 r ' r- n| " ( !,-||; ;- f.H" iTf.ill •¦:;:¦ :\ ' : ;,;i,i bn-, .-¦ v i-,n\ , v I;..-:. ; :e w.; ! -.¦;! ;:l lh-- m-;-v U v.t>; !¦ ;:!, ¦ ¦ . (i.,;!:-. { • <.;>...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

! Washington usad the French Rc-i I volution oi* 1796. ' I' 1 iio i)H's:-ago of President Polk, iinnnunc ' wz the \ change in the French government, recalls the reply ! which Washington made to the Frencli Minister (Adet) on the Ut of January. 1 TU-.'i: ¦¦Bo rn. sir. in a land oi ' liberty; having early learned its value: having engaged in a perilous conflict to defend it: having, in a word,devoted the best years ol my Hie to secure its permanent establishment in my own country: my anxious recollections, my sympathetic feelings, and1 my best wi.-hes are irresistibly attracted wheresoever, in any country. I see an oppressed nation unfurl the ban-j tiers of freedom. But. above all. the events of the French revolution'-have produced the deepest solicitude, as well as the highest admiration. To cail your nation bravo, were to pronounce but common | praise. Wonderful poopie! aces to come will r^ad I with astonishment the history of your brilliant ox-; ploits. T rejoice that" the pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

TC^rfiin^tbn ' s Last Vole. Kj^pfy incident in the li(i*x of Washington i.s full ' of interest. That.plain heroic-..magnitude of mind j which distinguished him above all other men was ; evident in all his actions. Patriotism, chastened ! by sound judgment and careful thought, promptedl all his public acts, and nuidu them examples for : tho study and guidance of mankind. It li'ris been; said that no one can have the shortest interview ! with a truly groat man, without beinir made sensi-1 hie of his superiority. Of tun many,, who have srmir way earned tho title of groat, this is by no j means true. Its applicability to the character of j Washington i.s verified in the following interesting : circumstance related by a corres-pondeat of the Charleston Courier: ¦ ¦ \ '¦ I was present, " says this correspondent, i: vvhen Gen. Wa£hington gave his last vote. It was in the spring of 1"99, in the town of Alexandria, He died the 11th December following. '¦ The Court House of Fairfax coun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

AWTERXISESIEXTS. - Bank of Chester C'os^aty. Jam-.vhv ]'J, !>• !S. THE public are natilietl tlmt the money stolen from the President of iliis Bank hasoiiut been recovered', and that tlin Ti:uik Im.s issued inr.v noteft, differing from the old as follows, to wit: The Fives, Tens, and Twenties, have printed, in Red ink, on tho backs, a combination, lathe work design, with the amount of tho notes in fi<rure.s,;ind the words " Now Issue.;; across the middle ol the design:, The Fifties antl Hundreds, oi" former issue?, were printed in black ink—the new issues are printed in red ink. The Five IIondrn«l< have for the VigncLif, tiin-e male figures in tlie front of the picture, m-e oi" tiiei;) sitting.on a hlnnk of Ftono—a mn.-ialli'in hf;ul. with r>00 on it. to tho rijjlit of the viL'-m-ttf. '['Im lell end of tl:c notf Ikis .i b.c.id of \Va'slmn.r t<-»ri, with nOO above and helcw. The riahl end has a full length fcmitlc liguro, rcprescutinii ('(irrs ...

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