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

To Housekeeper*. f riHE subscribers invite purchasers of all or any JL kindB of DRY GOODS required in housekeeping, to call and examine their stock which IB confined exclusively to those articles, comprising in part all kindB of Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Quilts, Blankets, Damask Table Cloths and .Napkins, Towelings, Tickings, Table and PianoCovers, Furniture, Dtmitieii and Chintzes, embroidered and low priced Curtain Muslins, Worsted Damask and Moreens, Domestic Muslins, &c, &c, together with a large stork of all kinds of Flannels, and the beBt styles of Irish Linen, which they import direct from the most celebrated bleachers. By excluding Dress GoodB from their business, they -are relieved from the necessity of asking high prices jft the commencement of the season to compensate for losses consequent upon changes of fashion as the season advances, and will sell at the lowest possible grade of profits as the surest means of extending their business. JOHN V. CO...

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

>Ioore & ttisdon. Merchant Tailors "V"^. 711 South Third Street , nearlv opposite the j_> Kxchage, Philadelphia. (B. F.' . Moore, late of the firm of Hobb, Winebrener & Co.) Respectfully annou'neo to their friends and the public that limy are constantly prepared to make ' to order, of ihe finest and best materials, and at moderate prirf * ..every article of Fashionable Clothing, constitini.iii«r a ( ' rentleman's Wardrobe, for which their complete Block of choice and carefully selected r rloths, casshneres, vestings, &c, of the latest and most desirable patterns, are particularly designed. Their own practical knowledge of the business and a personal attention to every garment, enables Tho.m to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers they respectfully tender an invitation to give them a call. Having been for yearT connected with some of the best and most fashionable establishments in this country, employing none but firs...

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

Every man his inai Gni Wa ' nifdcfurer. ''' - | R. 8. R. A5VDREW8. WARM AIR FURNACE and Cpoking.Range Manufacturer, No. 82 ^ North Sixth streef, Philadelphia.; Having purchased from the " American Assignees ofthe Patent Domestic Gas Apparatus, the rights for the States of Pennsylvania, Delaware and . Maryland, informs his friends and the public, that he is now ready toj ' furnish them with Stoves fitted- up for the purpose, by which every person can manufacture his own Gas with but trifling expenses over the outlay. . The construction: of this apparatus is such that it j may be attached , to. Stoves already in use ; also* to {Cooking Ranges, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or I'm afty situation where fire or light iB required. Tblmanufaetories, hotels, churches, and public or private buildings, remotq from any gas works,, this apparatus will be found a cheap and economical method of lighting., as well as heating thei^ apartments, without any extra exp ense for fuel.' Persons wishing ...

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

NOTICE. 4 LL persons having claims or demands against s\ the taiatc uf Maniiah McGaigan, late of the city of Lancaster, dee'd, are notified lo make known the same without delay, and those indebted to make payment on or befnte the 1st day of April next, lo TIMOTHV DALY.-Executor of Hannah MeGuigun, dee'd, residing in East Lampeler twp., near Ferree'» old 'i'atern. nov 23 7lpd-43 . JVO Tie Mi. MJOTICE is heieb y given, Ihat letter* of Ail-J-' ministration upon the estate of Zachariah Moore, dee'd, have been taken out by the under signed, residing in East Donegal township, Lancaatei county ; and all persons having; ejaims, nppii the estate of said deceased, re requested to make known ihe same without delay. JOHN CI.AKK, Administrator, n >v 23 j ' 7t na-4« Estate uf John Towuseiidi deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that Letters TeBtamentary on the estate of John Tbwnsend, late of the township of Sadsbury, in theicounty of Lancaster, dee'd., have been granted iby the Register to ...

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

M. A. Roofs Gallery of Dag-taerreotypea. ¦ fvyo. 140 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Now ia i^_^ the ti me! Those who visit the city during ihe Christmas and New Year's holidays should not <tai! to visit the 9p\endtd Portrait Gallery of M-A. Hoot, 140 Chestnut street. j There is no charge for this interesting-and beautiful cxhi < bition, ~ and the likenesses made b y >Ir. Roora newly improved Daguerreotype process are derided]}' the most accurate and life-like ever taken, having been awarded premiums in the principal cities, and in New York at the last exhibition of the American Institute, the first medal, for the bPst Daguerreotypes, over all competition. . _ While the pictures are such rich and perfect gems of art, our ~ pricea are the lowest possible with goixl materials. Visitors should not neglect the opportunity of securing portraits of the best qualitv—-for such only will not fade. !; Prices SI 50, S2 00, 82 SO, ' : §3 00, $4 00, $5 00 $8 00, §10 00,...

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

Hover's FlrNt Premium Writing Ink. THE following testimony from distinguished Institutions speaks for itself. University or Peijssyi.vania,> Philadelphia, May 11, 184.7. J Having tried, for some time the Black Ink, manufactured by Mr. Joseph E. Hover, we have found it well suited for manuscript, by its running freely, and its exemption from coagulation. Its shade we are also well pleased with. W.' E. HORNF.R, M. D.. Dean oi the Faculty and Professor of Anatomy: John Ludlow, Provost. Samuel B. Wylie, Vice Provost. Henry Reed, Sec'y of the ^Faculty of ArtB. Roswei.1. Parke, Professor of Natural Phil-I osophy and Chemistry. W. W. Gerhard, Lecturer in the Medical Department. Pennsylvania Medical College, Philadelphia. We fully concur in the above. Saml-f.l George Morton, M. D., Deaii ol the Faculty. Central High School, Philadelphia. A. D. Bache, Principal. A. H. McMurtrie, M. D., Prof, of Ana. A merican Fire Insurance Company, Philadelphia.. ¦ Frederick Frai.ey, Secretary,...

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

' Health, made easy for tbe People, OR Physical Training, to make their Lives in this World Long and Happy, by the author of ." Kducntion: An it is, Ought to be, and Might be," Kjrst American Edition, with Additions : Doing an elementary and interesting treatise on Si'lf-Knowfdge. Containing Bhort and entertaining articles oti Fond ¦ Heart Gland* Strength ; Katinp Stomach Nerves Recreations Digestion Liver Brains Old Age Hlnodj Lungs Mind ' Man Stvri'ttons Arter* Senses Woman Head Veinn Health Disease 1 . - ¦ Sec, &c, &c. Together with the (ireat Secret—Success in Life hi.w attained—How to do good—Causes and F.£ ^•S-rts of Kr rot—-Habits—Passions—Woman describk; ,.j —Man described—Man's F.rrors—Richand*Poor ^- —Sexes—Virtue and Vice—Youjhful "Errors ' —Woimn how maitle delicate—Woman's Virtues, Ambitii - m, &<•.,.&€¦. , The -wholfidesigned for the nobl^purpose of improving ami extending education amongst the people, imparting valuable kno...

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

Laucaster, Klizabethtown & Middle lo tin Turnpike Co. ' Decembek 17ih, 1847-IN pursuance of an Act of Assembly passed March Gil). IS47, notice, is hereby given thai ihe following dividends on slouh hare remaiuine unclaimed for three years. STocK,,o,.0Ens , « ™ : ' <£££ "«-«- Meeker &. Denman, 1 63,60 John Shenk > sen., I 83:60 John Mnybin, 1 '.1 .00 Ann Hor*t, 9,0i) Jacob Shoemaker, 1 63 SO Norihum'ld, Jacob Peierjon, ' 46,50 Pliil'a. Surah Toland, I 24i00 ; John Spayd, 2 38,|O0 George Kramer. 4 56 ^ 00 Archubuld McAllister, 1 14,00 Ceorge P. Shober, 1 11,00 Middletown. Jacob Hershey. 7^50 Dune^nl. 1 homas Caldwell, ] 5 .S0 Lincaaier c ' ny, ?s. ^ Before ihe subscriber, an Alderman of the ciiy of Lancaster, personally appeared J. M, Long, Treasurer of ihe Lancaster, Btizabelhtown and Atiddlerort-n Turnpike Company, and, on his solemn affirmation, did declare and suy,thai ihe above meniioncd arc all ihe dividends required by (lit above mi ntionei...

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

¦ ! inT-*llWi« mill n miriMl ¦!¦' ' — ""X—^H-XC^JI^_. "CCenc$^oT~tner~I>eTiiware .annual Safety InsuJfttriCfr Co., PliUa. Charter: uniiwited. ' TUi; ihstitu ti pp^s \j ' noir doing business ' .oh . thcMntuai Irisararce principle, cdmbftred ; TVitn aJoirit: Stpcfc Capital.' ¦* . - - Fire risk's-on nxerchafldise ^ 'bnildrags; in'd1 other property,- for ' a limited term or pemaWtly;' pn^jflfe most fivorable'-tenns.' ; "Losses " iirflF t>e,irbera3{v ana promptrya^ustea. : "' : " r \V ¦ -¦-¦:¦ '¦ ; '•• Bythe.Act of Incorporation the stock is pledged for the payment of any losses which1 ihe' Company may sustain, anil as an additional : "86carj(T"to the assured, the act requires that iKei profits of the Business-shall be'funded and remain with the cbrpor ' - ationaii Warrantee and protection to the assured lagainst loss!' " -': ' Trie- assured1 are protected from loss without any individual liability or responsibility for the' loss of the corporation. __ ,.. , ., ¦ i ¦ ...

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

Adams & t'o's Package Express. / < ENERAL AGENCY, Forwarding and Com-\JT mission House, Philadelphia, Lancaster and Hari-isburg. The undersigned having made arrangements with the "Eagle Line for special accommodations, are prepared to forward lo and from Philadelphia, daily, parcels, packages, single cases bf poods, &r. &e. Articles for Columbia, York, Carlisle and Chambersburg, will be forwarded from Lancaster and Harrisburg by the regular conveyances. Persons residing in the interior towns, which are off the main routes, can obtain packages from Philadelphia by directing them to the care of some one iii any of the above named places. Packages for the Eastern, Western and Southern cities, will be forwarded from the Philadelphia Office with great despatch, and at moderate charges. ' j-The undersigned will give particular attention to filling orders forwarded ^ to them by mail poItaoe paid. When they are for goods to be returiied b y .Express, no co...

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

Oliver Evans ' SalamanderFire & Thief Proof Iron Cbests, : ¦XT7"ARRANTED equal to any other make, and TT have never been injured by Fire or Burglars, in a single instance. He alBO keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, made of lighter iron, at lower prices. ' , Letter Copying Presses and Books. Truck's for Stores, Factories, &c. DruggiBts' Presses. Eagle Glass Paper. Portable Shower Baths, &c. ~ Packing Levers. Hoisting Machines. Refrigerators and Water Filters. -OLIVER EVANS, Gl Sputh Second Bt., below Chestnut, Phila. REFRIGERATORS for cooling and preserving Meat. Butter, Milk, and all articles intended for Culinary purposes. WATER FILTERS.—Oliver Evans' celebrated Water Filters, for purifying water-that iB blackish or muddy whether by rains, mineralB,or otherwise, can be had of all Btzes and prices, at the Warerooms, No. 61, South Second street, two doors below chestnut, Philadelphia. Sept. 28, 1S47. 35-lv

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

in of Miller & jco.'s Express. In their own ^Cars and charge Messengers. I S now running daily between Philadel phia, Lancaster, Columbia, Wrightsville, York, Baltimore, South and West, and also from Philadel phia to New'York, North and East, for the forwarding * by mail | trains of valuables, parcels, bundles, light boxes and the\tmnsaction.of any commissions entrusted to them at very reasonable rates. The Express " leaves Philadelphia , at; midnight, thin enabling persona sending by it to have their orders filled and received the following morning^ \ messenger always accompanies each car, who will receive and-deliver at all the'officeB on the - way.i ' ¦ ' : . J The'proprietors wish, to make their line a general public convenience and pledge themselves nothing shall remain undone which the public convenience may require. . All! goods must be marked b y " Miller k Co.'s Express." ( - CHAS. NAUMAN, : Agenl for Miller & Co.'s Express, Railroad Office, Lancaste...

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

. Jew Iron, and Steel Store. rTIHE subscribers, Importers and dealers in For-I eign ^ and American Iron, beg leave to call the attention of purchasers of Iron and Steel, ttf the new assortment .-of Swede, Norwegian , Reiin ' ed, Cable and Common English Iron, which they now have and are constantly receiving from Europe direct. Also , American'Iron, consisting of ' Hoop, Band, Scroll. &c. English, Russia, and American Sheet Iron j Small Rnund arid Square Iron, from 3-lbth and upwards Boiler and Flue Iron, Horse. Shoe and Nail RodB, Axle Iron, various sizes ; Locomotive, Tire and Railroad Iron; Angle Iron, Half-ruund Iron, &c. S pring and Blistered Steel, from best stamps of Swede Iron j Cast and Shear Steel, &c., all of which'they offer at the lowest rates, for cash, or at six months for approved reference, and to which they invite the attention of purchasers, before replenishing their stocks. Also, Pig and Bldom'Iron received on .commission, on which ad...

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

Cbeap Watches and Jewelrj,. AT the " Philadelphia Watch »nd Je)»r .|St A elry Store," 96 - forth Second Street,JW*: corner of Quarry. ' :8£iiH3 Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat cases, - ¦ - - i -' -.;, -¦' $45 00: Silver Lever Watches," full jewelled,: ,33.00, _ Silver Lexer Watches, seven jewebi, 18 00 Silver Lepine Watches, ieweUed, fiaat quality, - " -, " - - . . 14,0ff ; Superior Quartier Watcbesi - ' - 10 00j ' Imitation Quartier Watches, ; , , "7.5 00. I Gold Spectacles, - • - - - ' V8. 00; ! Fine; Silver Spectacles, " - : - 1 73. Gold Bracelets with topai stones, - 3 50! Ladies Gold Pencils, 16'carats, • ' . 2 00; Gold Finger-iings 37J cents to $8; Watch Glassy ea, plain, 12J cents; patent, 18|; Lunet 25. p fher articles in proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are Sold for. O-. CpNRAD:. ] On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepihes and Quartiers lower than the above prices. September 6, 1847. 10-ly

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

"" -" -—7 .Publlc3(alcT^, , ON-AV^n esdiy/tfie1^h*dayt ofVeKrdJn- 1848, ..will be sold at pubtio feoduef bytfac* Eubdt^ tet, en the premises, about hATfaiDilc north-of die Village of Concord, and about the, *»ifrne; diaUnce .sp,uth of tbe Old;Road; near Leibock Meeting House, in Leacock town phi p. Lancaster court tv,tfc* -AiH^wittgarticlpjita wits-iv ': •l.ii | V v»W- <:t KQUR JJftAKT HORSES^ and FOUR COVT&p'l hea4 of Steers, 2 Cows, and a nuW»r of -j<eteg cuttle, 2 Plantation Wagons, Ploughs, Harrowa, 2 selrt^fH«y-tadAi^i*ndi*s*^nffVi^lA«dlrs 1 RoUer,,and one 4^Horse Threshing Machine , j Corn Sheller, 2 WindmUls; «ram Cradlo«p anp Mowiflg Scythes1 , a lot of Horse t^ars, and K-nknU ber of other farming utensihrj als«-one ' eight-daj Clock, nearly new, attd'k! gfe&t variety of articles aot here mentioned. . ;: :-{j :,. :m x 3 vi •• ¦ •. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said dav. Attendance and terms made1 known by * - WILLIAM M'...

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

¦ — :—: BBMUT.ttr ¦ . . „. , *$»&***&<¦ & SSrWSI ^b^»ile: Gr-dcerr, j fj%3fy. 223Mark»f-8tre«sl4fcli lS;i «i«!, between 5tliana€ih8tre«>tB,fiTit door telosr. 6th. Hatijig rcmoced &on*the dld-BtHna-, Nod3 Decattr street, toJhe «naiiionBli(Bi«eJ^oo.2^ MMKetattrbet; they tendertijeh-j^rateraiiackrtnri edge peBtt' tn>'their kind friends inlthcdtyandocrmtyjoCianctiste^ the very liberal patnmageitbejbuMBenjoyed.-'1 The new location:afforaingah'BBi3liany n&cililies not previouily possessed, en»hlesihemrtb:offer to Merchants and dealers additional inducement* to giv« them a call in their new place. Their a^ocljis bf&yjjifA. ha« beai ^selected withj great care, they,are enabled to ?ell om the Joweiti possible terms. . ' ' .[¦ ' •: ¦•, ¦-. ' : i; IJ To all country produce entrusted to them, they will devote flieir attention and make speedy returns. September 1,1847. . ' „. . 18

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

Dr. Roby'8 Brazilian-Hear Curlintr Uquld. : W HAT thousand* ot chemists have long been experimenting upon, but without racceas , liaB. at length been accomplished by Dr. Roby, of Philadelphia. To prepare an article in liquid form, free from oil, or greasy or,«Jicky subsUnceij iilhich .will curl the hair without changing its color and weakening the bulbs, has .long .been the study of our most celebrated: chemists, Thia useful art is alone combined in Dr. Roby'i Briiilian Hair Curling Liquid, whiqh ensures to every body "the flowing ringlet and the witching curl.'1 Prepared only by Storus & Co., «ole proprietors , 21 North Sixth Street, Philadelp hia. i Sold by ZAHMt JACKSON, aug 17 >47-39-lv] North Queen St., Lancaster.

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

Tavern Stand For Rent. ' ¦ Ml h subscriber pflcra for rent the large iw 1 story, tavern house, at present occupied by Henry H- LichlV j sign of ihe treaty of-, Ghent, attuo:ed in West King street, in the city of Lancaster, aboul one square from lhe Court House and next door to the subscribers store. The house is well calculated for a Tavern, and has been occupied as such for lhe last . sixteen, years, the stabling is extensive with sufficient yard room,and a garden and plenty of good spring water wild other conveniences attached,' and is well calculated to do an extensive busintaa.' Possession Riven on the firm div-Tol April next. - DANIEL HARMA.V. ' dec 14 i : ,«

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

Bear MountalnRallroad Company. rTIHE Stockholders of the Bear Mountain'Bail J. Road Company are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting of said Company will be held at the office of said Company, No.'68 Market street, Harrisburg, on MONDAY, the 17th of January, 1848, at which time and place, in i Election will be held for Seven Directors of said company for the ensuing year, and such other bu«inen transacted aa may be deemed proper. ¦ By order; of the Board of Director*. BENJAMIN PARKE, Secretary. HarriBburg, Dec. 98,1847.

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

; ISAAC BARTON, TirHOLESALK GROCER, Wine and Liquor YY Store, 135, 137North Second Street,Phila. March 9, 1847. . 6-1t

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