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

DEATHS. OBITUARY. Death of Alexander Gwiw, Esq.—The sudden and unlooked for demise of this estimable gentleman will long be mourned by' his many friends and acquaintances. It was my good fortnne to know him intimately and thoroughly, and I can truly Bay, that a more noble spirit 'never animated human clay. He was not exempt from the common failings of erring human nature *, he had his faults, but they were not crimes. His errors were against himself* Mr. Gwin wa.3 educated at Dickinson College, Carlisle, where he graduated with marked distinction, after which he returned to his native town, Huntingdon * Pa., and commenced the study of the law. In this pursuit he fully sustained the high character for talents which he had acquired at College. His examination, preparatory to his admission to the bar, gave evidence of a vigorous intellect and attention to study. As a Lawyer, he had the confidence of all the gentlemen of the profession, and never failed to vindicate with ability a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

»fe*«rtt Harper & Brother*' ffew Publieatloiu. TU8T received at J. QISH fc CD'S Cheap Book 0 Store; Old Hieki, tti« Guide, or adventures in tbeCamanche country in search of a Gold Mine} b y Charles W, Webber, a Texan Ranger—cloth $ 1, paper 75 cents The Military Life of John, Duke of Marl borough, by Archibald Allison, F. R. 8., 1 vol. cloth $1,50. Vol. 2 Posthumous Works of the Rev. Thomhs Chalmers, D. C, L. L. D., cloth $1. Part 1 Harpers Illustrated Arabian Nights, 25cts No. 16 Chambers ' Miscellany, 25 cents. The -Bachelor of the Albany, by the author of "The Falcon Family. " A very amusing book; one of incessant liveliness; it is a prodigy of smartness. Sbch a perpetual volley of smart things was never kept up at the rattling, never-pausing pace in any other book that has come before us. The author seems to have a horror of being one moment dull. It is a book to read, and to laugh over.—Frazer's Magazine. Miss Pardoe's Louis the 14th, and the Court of France. l Ja...

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

BUSINESS CARDS. I American Clothing Store, Sign of the Striped Pants, I 3 BY GEORGE SPURRIER, a ? "VTORTH Queen street, tour doors from the > j X i Court House, and next to John Bear's g P Printing office, nearly opposite Michael's Ho-h | Q tel, Lancaster, Pa. ^ 5 I £ 55" Remember-this Establishment contains ^ <The Cheapest and Best Ready-Made Clothing ^ « in the City, 3 ^ AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Feb. 15, 1848. 2m-3. ! . White Crape Shawls. | T ONGENECKER & CO., have received a lot of j handsome White Crape Shawls of all prices I and qualities to the most costly, which they will ! dispose of at small advances. Also, a new lot of Paris Embroideries, Needle I Worked Collarscaps and laces, Silk Fringe, &c. I A beautiful assortment of Fancy Dress Goods, I Ginghams, Lawns, Balzorines, Bereges, &c, Linen I Plaids and Silk Ginghams, I A beautiful lot of Bonnet Ribbons. I ' LONGEN'ECKER & CO., Corner of East King and Centre Squ...

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

Produce Wanted. TH E highest market price will be paid in cash for Wheat, RveCorn and Oats,, delivered at any of the Warehouses on the Conestoga Navigation. Apply at the office of GEORGE CALDER, Agent, . Conestoga Navigation Co.,Centre Square, Lan. city. N. B.—Plaster and Salt for sale * . April 11, ' -ft. 3t-ll Great Revolution IN THE PRICES OF DRY GOODS. Who are to be benefitt-e ' d by this remarkable change? THE PEOPLE! WHY? LET them call at the Bee Hive Store, North Queen street, and see ; here th<>y can buy as much for SI-00—-as they a short-: time ago would have to pay S2.00 for. This then is u radical change fur the express benefit ol* the people. Let them call early and see the LARGE LOTS—of cheap and beautiful Goods just opening: for Revolution!) now-a-davs are remarkable for their BREVITY. Splendid Lawns, f;iyt colors, .121- els. 3S inch Muslins, heavy and line, for Gi cts. AIus de Lainvs : A good article: tifPliiin Modes tuul Blk.only 121 cts. A gu...

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

ltUillOVAL. MICHAEL McGRANN take* occasion to inform his patrons and the public generally, that he has removed from his old Tavern Stand, to a two story brick hou.se nearly opposite, one door north of Wentz fy Brother ' s Uee Hive Store, in North Queen street, where he will be most happy to accommodate his numerous customers. His table and bar will be constantly supplied by the best the market and season can afford, and on the premises there is sufficientstabling to accommodate a large number of nurses. The place having undergone a thorough repair, Mr. McGrann feels able to render entire satisfaction to his customers, and he trusts to receive a continuance of the very liberal degree of patronage heretofore extended to him He would also inform his old customers, that he still follows the bottling business, and is ready to supply them with bottled PORTER, ALE, CIDER, and BRO \N STOUT, at the old prices and the usual distances from the city. April II. ll-3m Delay is Dangerous. ...

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

To Contractors. SEALED proposals for building a bridge across Cocalico creek, near Bowman ' s tavern, in Ephrata township, will be received at the Commissioners office until 2 o ' clock, P. M., on Tuesday the 18th of April -next. The plan and specifications can be seen:at the said office at any time previous to the letting. THOS. PATTERSON, JOHN LANDES, JOHN WITMER, Lan. March 21, 1848-td-8] , Commissioner Scbool Re-ORened. MISS MARY P. MIDDLETON informs her friends that she will re-open her school on MONDAY NEXT, April 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. Varch 28, 1848-2t-9 Bonnets and Hats. M ISS MAYER- will be prepared on ^o)1 -jfc*<a day, the 3d of April, and throughoutj^Sj die entire season, to attend to all business «?2V belonging to MILLINERY, and is prepared to alter, whiten, press, and trim Straw Hats and Bonnets, in a supe...

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

Lancaster Museum, AND GALLERY OF FINE ARTS. MR. NOAH SMITH, who has been for some time past in the employ of Mr. Landis, the founder of this popular establishment, takes pleasure in informing the citizens of the city and county of Lancaster, that he has purchased the same from Mr. Landis, and that from this date it will be under his control and direction. The Museum has been thoroughly refitted oflate, with new decorations, scenery, &cand a great many specimens of natural and artificial curiosities have been added to the heretofore large catalogue. Mr. Smith assures the friends and patrons of this delightful Repository of Art and Science, that no pains on his part will be spared to render it worthy of a visit from the philosopher or antiquarian, as well as from those of an humbler sphere. Admission 25cents. [Lancaster, April 11,184S-3m-ll Silk Fringes, Gamps and Buttons, O F ail the leading colors, to match dresses and mantillas, of our own manufacture, a first rate ...

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

onafr Court Proclamation. WMWAI, tlw iXoHtftUf SKMSlSWISr a YY PwnWent, and JACQIGWIW WrtjHWWWW/ BcBAOTWi &yn,i Aiwcjatfi J»dgw ofttm Cpurt of Comoro Pleas , In and for the County of Uncaitar, and AMisUqt fafct, of ^e Coprtof Over Md Tenniner and General Jail Delivery M* Quarter Sessions of the Peace .iu and'fbr the said County of Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me directed, requiring top, among other thbrgs to make1 Publx Proclamation throughout my Bailiwick, that the Court of Oyer and Tetminer and General Jail Delivery: Also, a Court of General. Quarter Sessions of the Peace andJail Delivery, will Commence in the city of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the THIRD MONDAY OF APRIL 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 said county, and all the Justices of' the Peace, the Coroner, Constables, of the city and county of Lancaster, that they be ...

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

Tax Collectors for 1848. Bart township, Geo. J. Baughman, Brecknock, Anthony Good, Caernarvon, William Witman, Cocahco East, Samuel Stork, Cocalico West, Samuel Eberly, Colerain, Wm. Galbraith, Columbia borough, Michael Hook, Conestoga, Abraham Charles, „ Conoy, Hiram K. Brown, Donegal East, Christian Gray bill, Donegal West, Michael Ober, Drumore, James F. Ankrim, Ephrata, David Kemper, jr. EarJ, Isaac Brubaker, Earl West, - John Sheaffer, Elizabeth,. John Bomberger, Fulton, Henry iVicVey, Hempfield East, William Parker, Hempfield West, Isaac Heineman, Lampeter East, John Smith, Lampeter West, Philip Geist Lancaster, Jacob M. Frantz, Lancaster city, Jacob Zechcr, Leacock, Henry Lechler, Leacock Upper, Gco. Mearig, Little Britain, f Robert Patton, jr. Manheim, Jonathan Sprecher, Manor, ^ Jacob F. Frcy, Martic, " Henry Hart Mount Joy, David Cobler, Paradise, Rudolph Hunsecker, Penn, John Hummer,, Rapho, ¦ John Breneman, ^ Salisbury, Henry Hess, Sadsbury, Jacob K.^Smoker, Strasb...

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

ffew 6ooMi Hew eoodil TUST RECEIVBD »wl now emrntag «tb» tf«w U York Store, in Norfc Qqeeo W«Fi * fW «** splendid Mtortmentof BprW-Goodi, «mPBg wbjcb may be found the following, vii i pMPETINGS, DRUGGET^ Floor and Table Oil Cloths, 10-4,11-4 and 13-4 Counterpauei,Embo«ed Table and Toilet Covers, Bleached and Unbleached Shirtings from 3-4 to 12-4 wide, from 4 cents per yard upwards, 8-4 to 12-4 Linen Shirtings, 6-4 > 8-4, 10-4 and 12-4 Damask Table Cloths, Cotton and Linen, Doyles and Napkins, Ginghams, Checks, Ticking, Crash, and Diapers, Calicoes fast colors, from1 4cts. per yard upwards, Ginghams good colors, 12 cts., for dresses, Law^s, and M D. Laines, worth 25 for 12i cts., New Style Fancy Casshneres and Veatinga, Dress Goods in full. assortment, besides all other goods usually kept in the Dry Goods Fancy and Queensware Line, which we are offering at reduced prices. [March 27,1848-1 GRIEL & GILBERT. ¦ $5O Reward. WHEREAS, by a resolution of the Select and...

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

. Tuition. \ THE present,'being the season of; removals and changes, Mrs. Maxwell embraebs the opportunity to remind her friends and the public, that her Gchool is still continued at the old place, East Orange street, second door above! the College, where is still given tho 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, and a desire to / acquire information. The branches taught, are: Orthography, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Composition, History, Astronomy, Botany, Natural Philosophy, Drawing and Painting, with plain and ornamental needle work, knitting, and netting. j Terms from two to five dollara|per quarter.— Every accommodation afforded to parents in the way of trade. [ApriJ4, 1S4S—3t-10 1S4S Conesloga Navigation. 1S4S Tran...

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

Lancaster city & count j Millinery, In Kramph's Building, Jirtt door on the second floor. T HE undersigned, Mart A. JRanttinger, herewith respectfully informs the public, that she intends, on Tuesday, the 18th of April, instant, to open a splendid*assortment of Millinery Ware, in the large room, lately occupied by Mr. Johnson3 (Daguerreotype Painter,) in Mr. F. J. Kramph'e building, North East corner of North Queen and Orange streets, Lancaster,,.Pa., in the immediate neighborhood of Van -^Kanan ' s, Scholfield's, Good & Johns ', Kauffman ' s, and Michael's Hotels, and opposite the post office; and invites all her respective customers, as well as the public in general3 both in the city and county, to give her a call and to examine her stock. All her articles are of the best quality, of the most fashionable style, and may be had at the most reasonable prices. Her stock consists principally in Straw, Fancy and Casing Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Bonnet and Dress Caps...

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

. Servants ' Friend. 4 NOTHER supply of Servants ' Friend (the best J\_ Stove Blacking in the country) just received by GEO. " A. MILLER, " " 'arch 14-St-T.] - West King st., Lancaster. IRISH.LIN ENS.—100 pieces just received direct from Boston, they are a great bargain, and well worthy the examination of every housekeeper. Tickings, Flannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for sale at remarkably low prices at the BEE HIVE, Sept. 21, 1847.—34 North Queen st. 1 UIE LADIES are particularly invited to call early and examine those beautiful and rich BONNET RIBBONS, all new, fall styles, now opening at the BEE HIVE, N. " Queen st. sep 21 ^ 33 P ATENT SAFETY FUSE FOR BLASTING.— Just received, a fresh supply of the above, for sale by the barrel at manufacturers prices, by BOWLBY & BRENNER, Feb. 29, 1848-5-1 y] No. 69 Market st., Phila. ,T0B AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING neatly fj executed at the Intelligencer Office, rear of the Market House, Lancaster, Penna. Feb. 29, 1S47J 5-tf i^i EORGE...

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

Mayor 's Court Proclamation. WHEREAS, the Mayor, Recorder, and two of the Aldermen or Justices of the Peace of the City of Lancaster, have issued their precept, to me and the Commissioners of the county of Lancaster directed, for drawing Jurors, and the usual venirehas issued, to me directed, for summoning the-Jurors drawn in pursuance of said precept, and holding a Mayor ' s Court for the said city, on the Second Monday of April next, 1848. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all theAldermen, Justices of the Peace, and Constables within the said city of Lancaster, that they be then and there, in their proper persons, with, their rolls, records, examinations, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their offices in that i behalf appertain to be done, and also they who - prosecute against the prisoners that are or then shall be in the Jail of the county of Lancaster, charged with offences alleged to have been committed within the limits of said city, and to be found t...

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

Pall Fashions. D SIIULTZ, Hatter, No. 19j North Queen st.,. , would resjirctiully inform his friends and tho jtiblic that he haiijunt received from New York and . Philadelphia the latest Ka.ll and Winter Faahiona, and wili be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them nt the shortest notice. As all hi.s H;ita are manufactured under his immediate superintendence, he feels warranted in saying, that for durability and finish they cannot be surpassed By = any establishment in thin or any other city in the Union. His stock consists of Beaver, Nutria, Brush, Russia, Caasimere, Moleskin, Silk, &c. &c which he will dispose of at the lowest prices. C411 and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. CAPS, CAPS! His assortment of Caps is one of the most extensivein the city and he is adding to it daily. Customers may rest assured that they yrill be suited, as he has carefully selected his stock from the largest assortments in New York and" Philadelph...

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

Tho lixIustrJoiiN lice stWl wither*! ; 111 StOl'V, pilli lurgost nml mom Npltimliil mock of DKY |_ GOODS ovnr nfferml in tho city of* Lancaster, is now being opened at the Bee Hive, North- Queen Street, wholesale and retail, * Tliis stock hits just been received direct from BostonNew York and Philadelphia, and comprises some of the. rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Merinoea, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. sept 21 '47-21 IVew Goods. rH E subscribers are opening a full assortment o Kail and Winter Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which will be offered at the lowest market prices. ALSO—Lovering ' s Syrup Molasses in hhds.. and bbls. Lovering's Crushed and Pulverised Sugars. Low priced Brown Sugars. Rio, Java, and Lagftiayra Coffee. Fresh New England Hops. Bed Feathers, &.c. &c. C. HAGER & SON. sep 21 34 China, Glass & Quecns-warc. JUST received, a full assortment of China, Glass and Queens-w.are, to which w...

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

" Bee Hive/ ' $ ti$g&& pl*K where it is crowded with _^BS aEI^ ^yJftAiL . ' - Here Heavy Unbleached Muslin worth 10 cents, is now soiling for 6J cts. per.yard. Fine bleached 4-4 mus. worth 10 cts. selling for 6J Fast col. Mane. Ginghams worth 18 selling for ]2\ Good Pocket Handkfs., worth 12J selling for 6i Linen Cambric " • worth 25 selling.for 12', '* ' ". " worth 15 selling for 10 ; Calicoes, . , worth 10 seJJing for 6,1 A lot of Hosiery very cheap. LadicH open worked while Cotton Hose, 26 eta.; they arc very desirable and worth 60 cts. per pair. A lot of hnttvy Irinh Linens, a groat litirguin, they wt*ro bought bubject to a lew wutar ataiim and will be Hold oil' very tilicnp. (V!u«. (It; Lftitrns (or the Spring worth 2u etif., nmv Ki'llinu ('or I2j cln. \lmUi col. I.unlri'H. Siitiu Hiriped (inakitrltiiiuH—u, bt'iiulitul urtlutc 1'nr dl(!HK('N. " Tito ubovf) goadn tosoihnr with u largo lot of d<% - Hirublo luir^fiiiiH, have ju«t boon received nnd will...

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

Enterprise Boarding School. T HE subscriber having been frequently solicited, has now made an arrangement in his school for the acc6mmodation of Boarders, either boys or girls, after the first of May next. Instruction will be given in all the customary branches of an English Education, such as Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, History, Chemistry, Philosophy, Botany, Elocution, Algebra, and Mathematics; Also, in Phonography, Pitman's beautiful system of Short-hand Writing, adapted to all purposes of business and'correspondence, as well as for accurate verbatim reporting. Pupils will be furnished with all such bopks asthey desire, at the usual retail prices. School to commence on the first day of May. The price for Board, Tuition and Washing, for one Quarter of 13 weeks, will be 826—one half payable in advance. The location is in the Village of Enterprise, on the Columbia Railroad, 7 miles cast of the city of Lancaster. For further particulars address the subscri...

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

Select School. T HE subscriber (formerly Principal of a Female Seminary) respectfully informs the citizens of Lancaster that he intends opening a SELECT SCHOOL ¦ in this city, fur both sexes, on Monday the 1st day of May. His School will be held on the, second story of Mr. Kramph's building, corner of Orange find North Queen street. The following branches will be taught : Spelling, Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, Ancient and Modern History, CompositionMensuration, Algebra, &c. He Uneiin Orrery, Oeomi.'tricn] iJiugrauiff&cwhich he will use while, lprtttriny nti thu various sci-(Micfs. Pui'inH the progress of* tho nchool vuriytiH Cliemieitl rsjierimeiitd will, bo perfiirnfieri, ho that tin* ciimponiiinn mid propt<rti<:« of bodU'H limy he rurreetly rliir.iiliitml—whily ttmfonvorEiift to liUuip-(nu> tint mind, nnd ctiltivitti; thu intellect of hiri puiiilB, : . I'm will at tliti tinini) thin 1 lend ilinni ' .I'orwnrd in the I'...

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

Death of the Hon. J. A.. Black,—It becomes our mejancholy duty, says the Washington Union, to record the death of another member of the 30th Congress. The Hon. J. A. Black, of South Carolina, is no more. He died'in this city last evening, at 25 minutes after 11 o' clock, surrounded by his wife, son, and brother, and most or all of the South Carolina delegation. He remained sensible until An hour or two of his death, although not able to .speak since early in the evening. . This distressiag event, though looked foremost momentarily for several days past, will not-fail to penetrate the hearts of his numerous friends and acquaintances with the profoundest grief. ID* Edwin .Foiuiest closed a highly successful engagement at New Orleans, on the iMth ult. In a very neat, farewell address, he remarked : . - tJ I wish to change my pursuit—I would not lag superfluous on the stage, I have chosen a pursuit more congenial to my feelings—that pursuit the immortal Washington pronounced one of th...

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