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

Estate of Illatthew Henderson. In. the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Lancaster. WHER EAS, A. S. Henderson, Committee over the-person and estateof Matthew Henderson, [an habitual drunkard,] did on the 14th day of March, 184b, file in the office of the Prothonotary of the said Court, his Account of the said Estate. Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the said estate, that the said Court have appointed the third day of April, 184S, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. Attest: J. H. KURTZ, Proth'y. Prothonotary' s Office; ) Lan., March 28, 1848. £ 9-4t Estate or Stephen Hombcr^er. In the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Lancaster. WHER EAS, Benjamin H. Kauffman, one of the trustees of Stephen Homberger, did, on the loth day ot March, 1848, file in the office of the Prothonotary of said court, his account of the said estate : Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the said estate, that the saitl Court have appoi...

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

Doctor J. C. Stanley, "" VVTOULD most respectfully inform his numerous \'\ patients, now under treatment, as also the public in general, that he has removed his Medical and Truss office, to Market Square, licljoining the Intelligencer 4- Journal officeat the-Wept end of the Court House, where he will be found at all times prepared to attend to the relief and cure of Hernia or Rupture, in its different forms, prolapsus titeri, or falling of the womb, in all its stages, and all diseases of similar character. Having purphased the exclusive right of making and vending Doctor Landis 'celebrated Patent Double Spring Truss and Supporters, which has been highly recommended by the Medical Faculty of Philadelphia and Lancaster, and has already been the means of curing permanently a great number of persons,, male and female, laboring under those diseases, he can confidently ensure the same result, having at the present time a large assortment of instruments adapted to all ages and condit...

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

Salisbury Handle Manufactory and Turning 91111. T HE subscribers tender their thanks to their friends for the patronage extended to them in the business in which they are engagedand respectfully solicit a continuance of their fevorc. They'now inform their friends and the public generallythat they still continue to manu&ctuie at their establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike, one mile east of ¦ Kinzer'»and one mile north of the Gap,) Broom, Brush, Hoe, Shovel ar.d Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and sawed, Palling, Bench Screws, &c. .They have also, an excellent Turning Mill connected with their establishment,-and are prepared to do all kinds of Turning in wood, such, as Porch Columns, Cabinet, Coach and Wagon Turning of all kinds with promptness and despatch. They have now on hand a lot of seasoned lumber, suitable for Cabinet Makers use, which will bo turned to order or disposed of on reasonable terms. Also, a large lot of p...

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

Table of Distances on the Philadelphia & Columbia Railroad. rilOM PHILADELPHIA To Miles. . To Miles. Head of Plane, 4 Parke.sburg, 45 Haverford, 10 Peningtonville, 4S "White Hall, 11 Nobleville, 49 Morgan's Corner, 14 Gap, 52 Groves' (Eagle) 16 Belleview, 53 Smith's Bridge, 17 Kinzers, 55 Spring House, 18 Lemon Place, 58 Reeseville, 19 Paradise, 59 Paoli, 21 Gordons, GO Green Tree, . 22 Capt. Steele ' s, Gl Steamboat, 2G Fair view*, 52 Whiteland, 29 Enterprise, - 03 Oakland, 30 Mill Creek, • 05 Downingtown, 33 Lancaster, 70 Webster, 34 Dillerville, -71 Gallagherville, 35 Hempfield, 73 Springville, 38 Mountville, . 7 S Coatesville, 40 Columbia, 82

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

P DONNELLY, Attorney at Law: Office in # South Queen Street, in the room formerly occupied by J. R. Montgomery, Esq. [jan 4 '48-49 iLLIAM W. BROWN, Attorney it Law, tenders his professional services to the public. Office in West King street, a few doors west of the Lamb Tavern and next door to Col. D. W. Patterson. $¦ v [nov 2-43 J ' AMES BLACK, Attorney at Law, office in South Queen street, 3 doors below Lancaster Bank. [Feb. 1, 1848—6m. X\ 7"ASHINGT0N BAKER, Attorney at Law, W offers his professional .services to the public. Office in Centre jSquarc, next door to Thos. Baumgardner & Co.'s Store. [nov 30-41-6m J " 1JMUS.B. KAUFFMAN, Attorney at Law, offers his professional services to the public.— Office in Longenecker ' s building, Centre Spuare, next door to Kendig's Hotel. April 13, 1847. U WILLIAM F. BRYAN, Attorney at Law, of fice opposite Sprecher ' s Hotel, East King st Lancaster. [dec 8-45-tf

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

State Medical Convention. DE LEGATES to the State Medical Convention, and the Profession generally are hereby informed, that the Sessions of tho Convention will be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church, (Rev. Wm. Crie ' s) in North Duke street, in the city of Lancaster—commencing on Tuesday, the 1 lth day ol April next, at II o ' clock, A. M. All Medical Societies, Schools, and Hospitals are respectfully desired to send delegates; and in such counties, where no such institutions at present exist, the regular mcmbnrs of the Profession .ire particularly invited to assembleand choose delegates from their number—in order that the representation may be as full and complete as possible. Delegates are requested to register their named as soon as convenient after their arrival. The Committee of Arrangement will be in attendance at the Church, on the evening previous to, and the morning of the day of meeting, to attend to thai duty. By order of the Committee, HENRY CARPENTER, La». Mar...

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

WelelmiM k Kotow WHQIZHAIE * BET4& TQS4CC0 * 8EQ4H M4MJF4CT0nY, Nest door to tht MtHtmd ff<nm t N, Quern tt, lan. rpHEY have always on band, a large mpply of J. til-kindi of CHEWING TOBACCO, web as CavendUhy Fin* Cut, and Twitt Smoking Tobacco. Imported and American Segars, of the best quality and in great variety. SNUFF—Maccaba, Scotch, Rapee, Congress and other Snuff. They hope by strict attention to businessand in keeping only such articles as are most desirable to smokers and chewers,to receive a reasonable share of patronage from the citizens of the'eity and county of Lancaster. Country Storekeepers and others yriU find it to their advantage to call before purchasing elsewhere, as they flatter themselves that they will be able to please all who may favor them with a call—either at wholesale or retail. - [April U, I848-3t-ll

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

fD*Atoong the appointments of Gov/Shunk, in the city and county of Philadelphia, none gives more general satisfaction than that of Maj. John W. Ryan, as. Bark: Inspector. The papers of all parties speak well of him. The Major is certainly a good officer, and ,an active Democrat^-£as(o)i Jlrgvs. BjfVOiyDTioN i» Obthogbapht.—The John Donkey says that,formerly the seat of the French King ; was spelt "t-h-r-o-n-e,"—but since the article was pitched out of the Tuilleries' window, it is written tf t-b. -r-o-w*n." !K

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

Louis Philippe Comiug to the U. States.—A letter from one of Louis Philippies intimate friends was received by the steamer Washington, by a gentleman of New York , announcing that the ex-King has taken the resolution to come and fix himself, with his family in the "United States. So says, confidentially, the Courrwr tics Etals Cms. CD* The National Intelligencer wishes it to be understood that M. Pageot, as soon as he heard of the revolution, apprised the Provisional Government that he no longer considered himself the French minister of the United States.

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

To Dealers in Coal. -TTTANTED, 1500 Ton of Baltimore Company \Y Coal, or other of equal quality, at the Con- . estoga Steam aiilJs, Lancaster, Pa.; 100 tons on or before the 10th day of \i51y, 100 tons on or before the 1st day of June, 200 tons on or before the 20th day of June j the remainder during the months of July, August and September, 1848, to be delivered in the yard of the mill, free of dirt, and to be weighed on the scales of the Company. Sealed proposals will be received until tne fSthday ' of April ' . . DAVID LONGENECKKR, x March li, 1848-5t-7] ¦ Treasurer,

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

Estate of Diary Bethel, dee'd. I ¦ u unde«igned , Auditor appointed by the Or--J° iu\l ° f the c °™ty of Lancaster, to distribute the balance in the hands of Samuel B. Heise, J. Houston Mifflin, John F. Houston, and Robert B. Wright, Executors of Mary Bethel, late of the Borough of Columbia deceased, according to the will of the said testatrix, hereb y notifies all persons interested, that he will attend for the-parpo se of his appointment at his office in Lancaster on Wednesday, the third day of May, at JO o'clock A. M. JAMES L. REYNOLDS April II, 1848. ll-4t.

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

MARRIAGES. On the 6th inst, by the Rev. J. C. Baker, Jesse Engles, of Martic, to Sarah Ann ¦YJehaffey, both of this city. • On the-same day, by the same, Henry Glessner to Catharine Greiner, both pf this city. On the 9th instby the same, William Hathcote to Catharine Allison, both of Shrewsbury township, York county. « In West Earl township, on the 23d ult, by the Rev. Mr. Dohner, Rev. Samuel Brown to Mrs. Lydia, widow of the late Adam Brown.

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

Notice to Teachers. .4 MEETING of the School Directors of Para-J\_ dise township, will be held atthe public house of John Row, (Black Horse,) on the 15th of April, at 10 o ' clock, precisely, for the purpose of appointing seven, teachers for said district. Liberal salaries will be (riven. By order of the Board, THOMAS M. SORLEY, Sec 'y. {April 4, 1848. ' 2t*-I0 i.

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

(Gmmmi&tKltj Mb, Georg* Yopwt, of HioWetown, Lancaster county, bM w»e4 * wether, two yew* old, weigh* ing 26011m, the sheared wool weighing 12* Ibi, The prodigy may now be seen alive at C, Haropt'i stable in Water street. The meat will be sold in market on Saturday morning.

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

Herr Driesbacli, The Great Lion Tamer. U PON being asked the other day, " in what manner he was enabled to have such wonderful influence with H'animals," replied withu great truth: (< Be firm in purpose and keep your eye steady upon what you undertake and you must be successful.1 " — This then explains the extraordinary success at thu-

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

Positively the last Notice. ALL persons indebted to the subscriber for subscriptionadvertising, job work, &c., will please settle their respective accounts immediately, as an indul gence of three months has already been B IVen - FRANKLIN G. MAY. Lancaater ^ April 11, 1848. 11

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

, Dr. 31. M. Moore, Dentist. QTILL continue! to perform. aJl operations on the J3 TEETH upon terms to suit the times. Office North Queen street, opposite Kauffman'a Hotel. ap 1 . '! . i 9

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

3IEWC.4X ADVERTISEMENTS. Dr.Tonnsend's compound Extract Sarsaparilla. m ! rpHIS Eitract-isput ttpjin quart bottles—it; is six J times cheaper, pleasanter, andwarranted|sup&-rior to any sold. It cures ' diseases without vonjiting, pnrging, sickening or debilitating the patieh j t,.an« is particularly adapted, for a "Spring and Summei Medicine.' , '. \ .;. j: The great beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla over all other remedies is, while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the [body. Consumption pnred. It cleanses and strengthens. Consumption can be cured. Bonchjtisj consumption, liver complaint, colds, coughs^catarrh, asthma, spitting of-blood, soreness in the chest, hectic flushs night sweats, difficult or profuse expectoration and pain j in the side, &c,, have and can be cured. ¦ [ j Probably there never was a remedy that has been so successful in desperate cases of consumption as this; it cleanses and strengthens the system, and appears to heal the ...

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

91EDICAt ADVERTISEMENTS- All of the following articles, wkich have obtained-un-, bounded popularity are sold ^ by JAMES SMITH, ; the onty Agent for the genuine articles'in the city of Lancaster, and county of Lancaster. REHEHBEB THIS AHD BUY ONLY OE HIM. A N-unequalled remedy, and an Almanac for 184S gratis. 1st—For colds and feverish feelings, and preventing fevers. 2d—For Asthma, Liver Complaint, and Bilious Affections. 3d—For Diarhcea, Indigestion, and Loss of Appetite. 4tli—For Costiveness in females and males. 5th—For Stomach affections, Dyspepsia and Piles. The great points are, it is not bad to take, never gives pain, 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 Colubibia Haie Tonic.—To the bald and grey—If you wish a rich luxuriant head o hair,...

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

BulSetf'1 Ko. 1.—Tlie Grael'eiiberg Company HA\ I;tC, been welcomed in every section of the United States with the most vmparalelled enthusiasni: ajid their medicines having reached an enormous circulation, will henceforward issue Monthly Rullclins; that they may the more perfectly inform the public of the principles of the Americo-Graefenberrr 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 communitv; and all classes of readers, the clergy, jurists, statesmen and private individuals, should not fail of rending them, to 6ay the least. One tria alone of the medicines will convince the most scepltical of their extraordinary efficacy. In the present Ilulletin we will only say that 1- The Graefenberg Medicines are purely Vegetable. ; 2. They have been tested in tens of thousands of ca'ses with perfect success. 3. Of the Vegetable Pills alone 30,00...

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