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

York County. Both the Democratic papers of tllis old Democratic county_ are in favor of Mr. Buchanas for the Presidency. The York "Democratic Prcsi,' conducted by Dutid F. Williams, Esq., a man-. her elect from tin same county to the ^ House of Representatives of this State, contaii is in its last number the following article: ; The Phesidency.^Wo place at tlie head of our : paper tnis week the name of the " favorite son " of Pennsylvania—James Buchanan—a|s our choice for the next Presidency, subject to the decision of the Democratic National Convention. To those who observev the current of affairs, it must be ap-, parent that Mr. Bdchanan is the choice of the maBs of the Democrats of the Keystone State. Indeed, the voiceiof the Democratic presses of other ; sections of the iUnion speak in the jnost emphatic and unequivocal ^ terms in favor of his nomination, .aiicLirdm the signs; of the timeswe have not a doubt that he will be the candidate of the Democracy of the ' nation, f...

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

BALTIMORE MARKET. Review fou the week ending Jan. 7, 1S4S. FLOUR.—Howard Street—A few Bmall lots went off at §6,00. 700 bbls. sold at $C, but the market became duller, and offers to sell at this rate were not met, and a lot of 300 bbls., was sold at S5,93J. On Tuesday, 800 bbls. were taken at $6. Before the steamer ' s news was known, Wednesday, morning, a sale of 350 bbls. was made at $GV Some small parcels were sold at $6, and this morning sales of about 1,000 bbls. were made at S6and we quote accordingly. City Mills Flour—There was"a sale at g6,12j. Sales of 2,000 to 2,500 bills, at $G,25, on time with interest added;'also, some parcels at $6,12J, for part cash and part on time, with interest added ; and others at 86 for money. This morning there was a sale at $6,12i for mon _ ey, and there were buyers at. S625, on time with interest added. Some holders ask $6,37i. Rye Flour—Sales of 1st have been made in small lots at 85 per bbl. Corn Meal—Viarket rather quiet. Parcels ol'...

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

Mayor's Court Proclamation. WERHEAS, the Mayor, Eecprdcr; and two of the Aldermen or Justices of the Peace of the county XancaBter, have issued their precept, to me and the Commissioners of the county' of Lancaster directed for drawing! Jurors, and tho usual' venire has isaued, to me directed, for summoning the Juror drawn in pursuance of said precept, and , holding a Mayor ' s Court for thei said city, on the Second Monday of January,.next, 1848: ~- PUBLIC NOTICE,IS HEREBY GIVEN, to all the Aldermen, 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 ya ' nd other remembrances, to do those things whidh to their ofnceB in that behalf appertain to be dpne, and also they who prosecute againBt the prisoners that are or then Bhall be in the Jail of the connty of Lancastercharged with Offences alleged to have been committed within the limits of said city, and to.be ...

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

Philadelphia Type and Stereotype Foundry. THE subscribers are prepared to furniBh, at short notice, every article used in a Printing Office, and have reduced the Prices 6Y Type upwards of 18 per cent. They now charge for ' Pica— - - - 32 cts. Minion - -'- 54 eta. Small Pica -34 " Nonpariel - - B6l " Long Primer 30 " Agate - - - - 86 " Bourgeois- - 40 " Pearl $120 Brevier - - 40 " Diamond - - 2 00 Determined to spare no expense in making their establishment as completo as possiblethey are getting upa uniform Series of tho celebrated Scotch Fades, which arc unequalled for beauty and durability, and which they feel assured will meet with general approbation. Several sixes are-now ready. Having recently visited Europe for the purpose of procuring every improvement in their line of business, they now offer a greater variety of Fancy Type, Borders, OrnamentB, fcc, &cthan any other establishment in the United StateB; and their improved methods of casting, and of preparing met...

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

Art and Ingenuity Combined. M R. OWEN respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Lancaster, that he will have the honor of giving his highly celebrated and popular Entertainment, for two weeks, at the Mechanics ' Institute, as performed by him in all the principal Museums in tlie Union. FANCY GLASS WORKING, Commencing MondayilO,: 1848. Hours'of Exhibition, from 2 to ii o ' clock in the-afternoon, and from 7 to 9 in the evening. Free for the Ladies : admittance for Gentlemen, 12; cents. Each Gentleman will be entitled to a Glass Pen worth 12J cents. Children will not be admitted unless accompanied by their parents or guardians. Mr. Owen will form from common glass a great variety of useful and ornamental.articles without the aid of tools or moulds. Such as Philosophical Instruments, Ships, Birds, Birds, Baskets, Pens, Deer, )o .gs, Flowers,Cupid8, or in fact any article which fancy dictates, (all of which will be for saleat reasonable prices.) Mr. Owen will ¦ also amuse t...

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

tCofflmcvtifll Hcfovb, PHJMRBMWA MiUlKET, JtRV;liW FOR THR V/fftU RNOWfi JaWi 7, W8, KUHm AND MEAL,—Tho. market for Flour, with rather mow flrmnemi oince the receipt of foreign news, still continues without much inquiry for export. The sales for shipment during the week do not exceed 2500 bbls, generally good brands, at $0,37} per bbl,, including a lot of half bills., at 25 cents extra the pair, . the market dosing firm, but very qujet at our quotation!. For home uso there is a very moderate business doing at C,37iafi,75 for common and extra, and 7a7,2b for. fancy brands. Rye Flour is nominally without alteration at 4,75. We hear of no sales. Corn Meal.—Therd has been little or no movement during the week in tho article, and the market closes very quiefeat 3,2fi. GRAIN.—Sales to the extent of9alO,000 bushels at 135a 140 cents for reds, 140al46 cents for white, mostly from store. Rye is selling in small lots at 90 cents. Corn has been in moderate request, and 7000 bushels sold ...

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

^ ¦^ »- «• ¦ st . > . ^ _ "iff-^^W^^^H^H^^^^ ~ * - "S" — i -5" n^. -w r-'i. apissT j~ ''t0feBr *4 IiIt,1>l;«lw««T J t Baker, #r ¦iotW K^-^WB" Maij Mebtfler, I^^ *t Silir&J& lBtj^ itei*t^ M£dmiHA S/at-Wmram^h*m yetvt,M> MwMamhetfa Frey^of 4tpilMuKta«ruiapsr „• » ...-,. >'««h ' *e none -day, bj"<l*^une, Mr. John Boff-TBin to Miss Esther fiterr, boat of Straibttrg. ' On Ihe 21st ult, by the Rer.-Mr ICeenan, Ur. John Hensler to Miss Eliza WalUce, all of tlus city. On Wednesday, the 22d ult, by tire Rev. Sam'I McNair, John Baughman to Isabella Enox, all of Georgetown, Lancaster county. * On fifth day evening last, by Friend's ceremony, James Wickershnm, of Marietta, Lancaster ' const;, to Emmirine I., daughter o(fhei«M Isuc T*ylor, of Kast Marlborqugli, Chester county, At York, on the 23d ult., by the Ro«. J. France, Mr. J. Lindeinuth, of this city, toMissE. Hoffmau, ofVork. . - ¦' ¦:¦ ¦ .:' • "1 tn this city oh Thursday 6th test.,...

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

< <3^rnptfte UlyMaMI., THE President and Momgert of tho laseMter, H1) 5 0ltowB . »od M >daT»»»* TBMptte Hoid, hare thft d»y declared a dividend of One Dollar and Seventy Five ccnu on each share of stock, payable after tktVMh'InttintUti Jin l l-6fl> J J- M. XONG,,Trttiuiirgv _ . .. 'Notice to the PubUc. : " nnHE uftdahigned respectfully requests nil, per-Asoiib holding UiikctB fur adrnUalon totheMu-«euw, to preicut them belbn the 1st d»> of April belt, (1848.)»» on that di» the MUicutn will UaH lutn Other llalidn. JOHN tANtHS. fcir the paHofunla Will be ettett ever* kllernUnn during ihe weak 1 ut S otdacki : tJttii.U'lt'AO] TUt) Uei'h DtM!toi>/ri'lutiittjiuntT mttH lUHelaUr 01' H, C, PtuJ.HntlSl Ii Ou. llhtM X (lie |ile»«uffl lu «iiHuuii«« lliitiliif Jitifli OmioCi «webn(«d tntllitii Vegtiibli) HeiH8ul«air«illll duIii ilium, iiml iwriliFiiiiiig tlie mnii siiniililiiiiu ouni ever heiiil 11IV lIuiKli'Biin si1 llvei jnv« liseii i»y«il liy ...

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

| r^^ Wnraal a BaBBW iffmSi^r^^^^ffl 1^."* jTS^^ffWBlffTHSBW BWBWaB t^^A'^f^Jg '^^SfSiroa^rM^iBii^EScaiEgl ^^^HHlsBHpHa^^^H^Btfl^p^L^RH^^Hf^BflBi^KSflHfr^^^l^B^Pg^A^BJ^Vp^BA^EQ^LiBi^BL n^s^^^s^T V^Fmttt^Mtf stssts^TMiti^timljS^ ' L*hareJ>e<i3nMenu« eontumtaee; -tfW£rpi*tf>ilV»' so hbenlly bestowed by a generoni anoiie. v , - c -* s- J-iinWHaffiE. 1 N. B» Flow, Griuii, Whisker and £oanU]r ftodace of every description wili £> fwiciaued .t^iUr prices. t - J, At jaa It - WSt

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

Doctor Yourself" for 25 cents. B Y means of the POCKET ^SCULAPIUS, or Every One his own Physician ! Seventeenth Edition, with upwards of One Hundred Engravings, showing private diseases in every shape arid form, and malformations of the generative system, by Wm. Youkb. M. D. The' time has now arrived, that persons suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victims of Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained in this book any one; may cure himself, without hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense. In addition to the general routine of private diseases, it fully explains the cause of Jlfinhood's early decline,' with observations cm Marriage —besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. JCr Persons residing at any distance from Philadelphia, can have this Book forwarded to them through the Post Office, on the receipt of 25 cents, directed to Dr. Will...

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

O IUrTO STONES. Jnstreceired. fcll! .apply U and for silo low by STEINMAN t SON. ^»nia.; ¦- -¦r^:: - v't -,,/ ' .V ; M^ : : :: ..[-fii CITOVES. The; inost approved patterns of coal, J3 wood ' an4 cooking. store, on band, and fijr sale at reduced pricerby, .,; ,&Ti3HMASfcSON -j«ni6;.; ' ;.. , .-3-/-i--lfcH ;:•" .:; .^ .:»'••. ;;'-. ¦ ..-I, , S2 /-tLOTHS! CfOtHS! Btickblue black, brown, \il green ' , aaB every other color, from ^Ihe be*t French sod EngJi«l> manjjactoresnow opening aiidrOTsa: e«>auced;priceiataieN.Y. Store. . ocW38 "^ ^Rl^ l^ |^GIIj|EaT. T jpHE"LAOTK|^^^^S;ffi5^gvited;.to ' call fl^NET. :BJ8i»Ng^<fflS» OT^^l i «^iS\j n£w fflMniniraftbe1 - ' ¦ BKE'HIVE^N, Que*nst. 'San 21 " * ¦ ¦ ¦ * ,r ¦ ;"j " '-1"' --!Ti:i ' ';-j-S3

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

UGATHt). On Miimlny llui ad liultiut, .tofiu Iflnilnmii, In the UHil vi'tif nl'lili ««i'i ¦; . * ' III lh!« ull)i mi TilMilay litM, Mm, A ' nilft Luiidtn, wllb ul1 Jmsr iiithilli i K»i|i| In ihi' very hliium ur lief lillf, liiiriiiu Iiwii MiiifHwl Imi ilirei! mm* pre> vIiiiih Ui liff ililiilli I " • , : " Ai lil« re«hleii«i<i iioaf (!i)IiiimW«, 011 iln< niMrnliiii ul'lliu H1I1 Iniii, 1I111111I1 HlfinKlBf, H«i|,, In Ihi' UOlli your nf lilt aan;

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

At "E^fBA " Dmosni.—The 'Albany Argus says that the directors of the Bank of Auburn present as a New Year gift to the stockholders of that institution an extra dividend of oiu hundred thousand dollars, or fifty per cent on the capital stock of the Bank. Such an instance ofj success in the management of a Bank is almost without a parallel

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

TtjAlNiS- ASi> OILS.—Just received;»[ .neaT> X stock, and for mle'atP.oiladelphis, prices £y jaift—3ij- " -r ' " ' STEINMtiN Hms.

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

I.atert Style of fall Goods. Just received at Ihe new Cheap Clinking Depot, flgnofthe Lacaimtive. opposite Scholfiddr hotel , A Full and Splendid Assortment of the Newut Style Good*. . " . ' MT , FORD is most desirous ol returning his • hearly lhanks lo ihe cilizens of Lancaster cily and county tor the.unprecedented patronage he has, as a perfect stranger,coming among them, received at their hands, which speaks far lquder than words of ll.e complete satisfaction he itis ai folded all who have fuvured him " .wilh a call, and inlending still further <Q merit tlieir patronage, he has made arrangements uiih several'of the largest houses both in Philadelphia ami New York to fur war ^ d hint the choicest styles ot goods every day as they^.come out, and from facilities which he, alone possesses, he will be enabled to furnish ihein to lii±: customers at least 10 per cent, less than the Philadelphia. New York, or Baltimore prices. Having had 12 years experience in the mosr exten...

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

All of the following-articleswhich have obtained un' bounded popularity are sold by JAMES SMITH, ' the only Agent for the genuine, articles in the city of Lancaster, and county of Lancaster. REMEMBER THIS AND BUY ONLY OF HIM. AN unequalled remedy, and aju Almanac for 1848 gratis. 1st—For colds and feverish feelings, and preventing feverB. 2d—Fior Asthma, lavei Cbmplaintj'and Bilious Affections.'-3d—For DiarhceaIndigestion, and Loss of Appetite. 4th—^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 i's LONGLEY'S GREAT WESTERN INDIAN PANACEA. . Fuller .d 'escription in an Almanac for 184S, gratis. -\ ' ' . : ' Balm; of Columbia Hair Tonic.—To the bald and grey—If you wish, a-rich luxuriant head of hair, free fro...

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

The World's Illation! r Jill AT the Piles is disarmed of its terrors by I Dr. Uphain's Vegetable Electuary. Thecreat peiisation which was created among the Medica'i Faculty, and throughout the civilized world, by the announcement of Dr. Upham's Electuaryfor the cure of Filer, (a di^a se that resistod all former mudical treatment.) has eettlcd down into a thorough confidence, that it is a positive nnd ppocdy cure In oil cuscf ol Pile*, cither Bteeding or Blind, External or Internaland aim fur all Disoaife of the ^tomacli and Hotels, such as severu and habitual omivencFB dyrpcpnia, liver contplaini, inflotniiia lion of ihn upliinn, kidnoya, bladdar, bouoln, am ppino; ulcorafion of ilio nitofliineii f flow of blood to the head, &.O.; and for the rullul of married woman. • 'I'lto Symptomi, Ciimn and Naturo of iho Pile", Ingolln'r wiih Im conlunolivo tllitJQU'a, ivlll bo Intind In Ilio p'nipliloia, to uo had of nil uumili and duulvr* ormliii ¦ _ VOLUNTARY CERTIFICATES. 1 ...

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

-^m^i^S^ ^ m^m -rB^^sffif^tS' ^, &.. ^j»nvr»OTK^e^S:,rf! a:tar rmpoS e<!^pon by certiEcafeswnicpWtfiMr efisteheet<r Wfertile _ommnatooiis>oHheir?i»riters -strong witness m the rootawhose p «aon.o£Mr. » ,( case u, mentioned belowjjmas/fcejjeen at our' office . Not, 1Murray St., New York, where he has kindly consente&to remain for a few ^ dars for the satiB&ctjon of those who jeqiuxe- occular oemonstration. ~ READ' READ" READ"! Wethe undersigned, having visited Mr Isaac Brooks, Jr., at the office of Messrs Rowand & Walton, 37S Market St., Philadelphia ^ consider his case the most remarkable one we hare ever witnessed or heard of. His disease was Scrofula, and terrible must hate been hiB twelve years ' conflict with the destroyer Hib palate, the entire, roof of his mouth, nose, upper lip, and lower lid of the right eje have been de troyed, his {ace nearly eaten up, and part of the jaw bone carried away. And yet we can give no...

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

PIClVATJi SAlAi Of Three Jirsl rate Plantations in Manor Township. DETERMINED to move to ihe St.ite of Illi nois, I wilh soil al P.ivole Sale, at my residence one mile \weat ol Millcrstowii, in Manor township, Lancaster county, THREE PLANTATIONS, to wit: \ No. 1.—Consisting of a Trucl'of Land, containing / 140 ACRES, strict measurn, hounded on the cost by the l.illln Conentoga Creek, on the north by No. S, nn the west by a publirroat), and uti tlu>. Roultl by No. ',\. The improvement on No. 1, are n ' .wo alory Stone Dwelling IIoiinc, 50 by 30 fwt, well finlvhcwl nnd roofed wilh aluto: a ilono pwivser Unrn 140 fr-rl long, also rnofrd with ¦lalo, ind ¦ large arched cu'.lur uudoinrulh ; a wagon ahi'd and corn crllin; npring houncovor a ncverfalllng aptlng of wntur, wilh flnc fucilitlen lur a JUllllrry. in a well built ellll huiivc, a Kinllh ¦hop, with oiimr convniilt'iitniil-hulldliigH | n pump In u ncvitr-fulllng well near Ihn bouno, on Oncittilt) ofovoryklnd ofe.lmko fr...

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

Bear Mountain Kailroad Company. TH E Stockholders of the Bear Mountain R4i) Road Company are hereby notified that the Annual Meeting ol'said Company will be held at the office ^of said 'Cpmpany, No. 68 Market street, Harrisburg, on MONDAY, the 17th of January, 1848, at whiph time and place, an Election will be held for Seven Directors of said company for the ensuing year, and such other business transacted as may be deemed -proper. By order of the Board of Directors. BENJAMIN PARKE, Secretary. Harrisburg, Dec. 28,1847. Lancaster, Elizabctlitown & Ullddlelown Turnpike Co. December 17ih, 1817-IN pursuance of an Act of Aesembly passed March G'.h, 13*17notice ta hereby given thai die fullouijifi dividends on stock harc_remainins unclaimed for lime years. ; STocKnoLDEM .^^ends8 -— Meeker & Denman, 1 83,60 JuhnShenk.scn., I 83.501 John Mnybin, 1 :4,00 Ann tlorsi, 9 ^00 Jacob Slioemaki r, 1 63.50 Nortbum'ld. Jacob Peters"ii, 1* " 46.50 Phii'a. Smah Tolnnd, 1 24 00 Joh...

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