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

s»j -ri.1 ^*i»a^5»e E&.-i- --?f-r - rf - theJH«i^S h^l V 4e!jX,^^o^rid^^io«nju annMOVm at before th« Jitdij-of April nexi. to • ~ ' ^ V» ^ » IMOT»Y BA|»Y. - ExeeatorofHauiDarh MeGuigSB.^w 'd^eitdiojrin ,E«»t UmpetcrtfKk, near Yttw' juM'fnitm. nor-M 7tpd-43 i Tne Trial of Christ. rTWIS grand and imposing Exhibition of Statuary, X represendBg ihe trisl of our Saviour before Pontius Pilate, m a group of 23 figures the sue of ' life, splendidly dressed in appropriate costume, is now open Ibr exhibition at the MUSEUM". Mr. Landis takes pleasure in announcing to the public, that this beautiful grpup has had hiB %hole attention, together with that of se\eral of the most talented artists for some months past; and he flatters himself that forcorrectness of expression ^ combined with truthful accuracy, it will far excel any thingiof the-kind ever exhibited here: This splendid group is the production of a ceUr brated artist, and is intended to represent that moment in the Trial...

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

Public Sale of Valuable Real Estate. T HE subscribers, for themselves, and as Agents for the other heirs flf George Rainsburg, late of Frederick county, deceased, will sell at public sale, on the premises, on Thursday the 20th day of January, 1S4S, that VALUABLE FARM, situate on the South side of the Catoctin Mountain, about 2^ miles South of Jefferson, and adjoining the lands of Peter Thomas, Philip Hawkcn, Mrs1 . Blessing and others, and about 2J miles from the Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road. Thia Valuahle Farm mnt.-iins 405 A.CRES OF LAND, more or less, of which about 250 are in a high state of cultivation,-and the balance heavily set with timber, consisting of Chestnut, While Oak, Black Oak, Hickory and Locust. About fifteen Acres arfi in Meadow Land, of the very best quality. The improvements consjst of a large two story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, . pg with a back building, 2 Quarter Houses, Meat JUS House, Blacksmith shop, 2 Log Barns, { one part Switzer) with Shedding,...

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

Estate of Michael Wenger, LatP of West Earl township, Lancaster County, deceased, who was one of the Trustees under the last will and teBtament of Marks Groff, deceased, over certain moneys and estate therein given airtiV bequeathed for the use of the said Marks Groff, deceased's daughter, Susanna Rciff, (formerly Susanna GrofT.) , \ In the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Lancaster. WHEREAS, Mark G. Wenger, Michael G. ¦Wenger, and Levi Groff, administrators of the estate of said Michael Wenger, decM, &c, did! on the 20th day of December, 1847, file in the office of the Protlionotary of the said Court, their account of the said estate : Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the said estate, that the said Court have appointed the 24th day of January, 1S48, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. Attest: J. H. KURTZ, Proth'y. Prothonotary ' s Office, ) Lancaster, Jan. 4, 184S. J 49-4t Estate of Michael Wenger, Late of West Earl to...

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

PLEASE W©3*S1W& vtew yobk canton tj^USSPPahy. — JLl Philadelphia Stores, 89 ChftggScStreet , next to the corner of 3d st and 337 jOUjjjrirt., Sdsdoor below 9th, north aide Choice MjBJWholesal^and Retail. We are constantly re6jHEgifr£«h and imported Green and Black, Tttt,Mroiaciiig the beat ¦elections thia .'stde'bC pbajyusr^Our (abundant te-«sources, great e^perawMljfifflr exclusive attention 'to the Tim Till ill ;Vl|r[ir|li nlim li lililiiu. conr sequently, we ajeySptted to sell Teak jWrw, more fragrant mifiaBgi, for the respective-prices, than any other eaa&prnment. .; ^ Our priMfflM^rofjddfag busineaa has, in the course -r f&aUtFBi , "eeored: a connection throughout the fjjtJMrfleavtates^Aiulrwherever our Teas are sold-they ^feceive high commenda ' tion. ." ¦ ' ' . ;- JCTReadergivc them a trial. ' ,. ' . The manneiln-which our Teas are packed (the wrapper next to .the Tea ia a heavy superior tin- oil $ offers groat inducements to dealers and famili...

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

Salisbury Handle manufactory and Turning Mill. T HE aubscribers j tender their thanks to their friends for the patronage extended to them in the business in whi^h they are engaged, and'respectfully solicit a continuance of their favor?. They now inform; their friends and the public generally, that they; still continue to manufacture at their establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike, one mile east of Kinzer ' s and one imle north of the Gap*) Broom, Brush, Hoe, Shovel jind Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and saw%d, Palling, Bench Screws, &c. They have also, aft 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 i faaqd a lot of seasoned lumber, suitable for Cabinet? Makers use, which will be turned to order or disposed of on re^son,a.b!e terms. Also, a large lo...

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

: Erery man his own Gas Manufacturer, R. S. R. AIVDREWS, WARM AIR FURNACE and Cooking Range Manufacturer, No. 82 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Having purchased from the American Assignees of the Patent Domestic Gas Apparatus,the rights for the States of PennsylvaniaDelaware and Maryland, informs his friends and the public, . that he is now ready to furnish them with Stoves fitted up for the purpose, by which every person ban manufacture his own,Gas with but trifling expenses over the outlay. The construction of this apparatus is such that it may be attached to Stoves already in use ; also to Cooking Ranges, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or in any situation where fire or light ia required. To manufactories, hotels, churches, and public or private buildings, remote from any gas works, this apparatus will be found a cheap and economical' method of lighting as well as heating their apartments, without any extra expense for fuel. Persons wishing to see the apparatus in operation, can do...

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

M. A. Root's Gallery of Daguerreotypes, j NO. 140 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Now is the time! Those who visit• the ¦ city during . the Christinas and New Year ' s holidays should not fail to YiBit the splendid Portrait Gallery of M. A. Root, 140 "Chestnut street. j There is no charge for this interesting and beautiful exhibition, and the likenesses made by Mr. Root's newly improved Daguerreotype process are decidedly the most accurate and life-like ever ta-. ken, having been awarded premiums lin the principal cities, and in-Sew York atjhedast eihibition - . of the American Institute, the firsijmedal for the best Daguerreotypes, over all competition. - . While Hhe pictures are such rich1 and perfect gems of (art, our prices ace the lowest! possible with : good materials. / Visitors should not neglect the opportunity Vf securing portraits of Ihe best quality—-for such only will not fade. Pric . es SI 50, $2 00, $2 50, $3 00,; $4 00, $5 00 . $8 00, $10 00, and upwards ta $50....

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

Estate of Susanna Relit". liy Administrators of Michael Wenger, who was our of the Trustees under the last will and testament of Mark Groff, dec'd, " over certain moneys and estate therein given and bequeathed, for the use of the Raid Mark Groff, deceased's daughter, Susanna Rciff-(formerly Susanna Groff.) In the Court of Common Plean for the County of Lancaster. - TT7"I1KUEAS, Mark O. WongerMichael G. TT VVcngor and Lcvl ilrolTp Administrator! ol Miclmi'l Wenger, doe'd, See., did on tho 20th day ul'Docdinbnr1847, Ala in tlio olllcu ol'thn Mrothonotnry ol'thn Kald Court, Ihnlr Account of tho said" I'j Mttitrt: ¦ ; i ' jiNotlco 1r hereby (riven to till pnronitn (nlnrPHtcd In ilio Hiikl KhIiUu, llmltlio Hiiid Court liavo appointoil tlir> 27th ilny olManimry, IMS, Ibrtlin cunirrmnllaii tlit'i'uol', uuIphh pxrontloiK liufllod, ArrcHT, .1. II. KU11TZ, Proth'y. I ' riitiinmitiiry 'H Ollki>, ) IiiuiciMtiMv .Inn. 4, IS4H.J 4D-41 Kxtute uf Jolni Towiueiiii. dontpied. N OT...

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

Hover 's First Premium Writing Ink. THE following testimony from distinguished Institutions speaks for itself. University of Pennsylvania, ) Philadelphia, May H, 1847. 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. HORNER, M. D., Dean ot the Faculty and Professor of Anatomy. John Ludlow, Provost. Samuel B. Wylie, Vice Provost. Henry Reed, Sec 'y of the Faculty of Arts. Roswell Parke, Professor of Natural Philosophy and Chemistry. , W. W. Gerhard, Lecturer in the Medical Department. Pennsylvania Medical College, Philadelphia. We fully concur in the above. Samuel George Morton, M. D., Dean of - . the Faculty. Central High Schools Philadelphia. A. D. Bache, Principal. A. II. McMurtrie, M. D-, Prof, of Ana. American Fire Insurance Company, Philadelphia. Fhederjck -Fraley, Secretary, Custom House, P...

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

c^^s^MsMsHMaHHsflHi ' l i^^^^^ HHR I ,, ' ^'^ T^ctJ ^MB^F-^1 mmm^w m ' W^^^^^^^^M^^&n ' l the AWC$m, and io^r^^> of the English Conlpanies, with only »,po^®,of th«! ,proifiti. ^^^ Blank applicaUona for Iniurajjcevaaai full particulars cin be had at the officeTj^aT , ' "JDANIEX MlLLeR^Sefident, "WILLIAM M CEAjSEjKl<;e Prest. Johk W. HoaWEB, Secretary,j^^A- _ J ZWB|^^K^e«a Jan 4,1848 ii ^^^T > 6 <^* 9

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

Estate of Amos Good. By Administrators of Michael Wenger, who was Trustee of said Amps Good, under the will of Michael Good, laic of West Earl township, dee'd. Ia the Court of Common; Pleas for the County of Lancaster. \If HKREAS, Mark G. Wenger, Michael G. TT Wenger and Levi Groff, Administrators of the estate of Michael Wenger, deceased, &c, did ou the 20th day of December, 1847, file in the office tti' the Prothonotary of the sajd Court, their Accuiint of the said estate : Notice ia hereby given to all persons interested in the said estate, that the said court have appointed Ihe :27th day of January, 1848, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. Attest, J. H. KURTZ, Proth 'y. Prothonotary ' s Office, > Lancaster, Jan. 4, 1848.) 49-4t Estate of Adaui Hess. ^ In the District Court for the City and County of Dancaster. "ITTHF.REAS, Samuel Hagans, Assignee of said M Adam Hess, of Bart township, did on the 29th day of December, 1847, file in th...

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

Adams & Co's Package Expre§s. eENERAL;S^E^fe¥,; ' l'orwsrdiiig and CommissionHoule,.Philadelphia, Lancaster and Harrisburg. The undersigned having made arrangements with the Eagle Line-for special accommodations, are prepared.tq forward I to and from ¦ Philadelphia, daily, parcels, paickageii single cases ofgopo'sji&c. «fc,:: Articles for;Coluiaibia, York, Carlisle and ehambeteburg, will be fokwarded from Lancaster and Harrisburg by the regular convey-. r. ancfi'. - .v.-H-.v ' .:.-: - .:-.-,; :_.. . . :. . . • :. |. .;¦ . - •¦ ¦ ,^, . EejsojBs-rejsi4ujg in, the; interior towns, which are ontJhe j Biainiroutes, caB.qbtainpackages from Phil-- adelpjliis4>y,directing.them to,the care ofsome'pne in.aoy. . orHhe.above named places. Packages ' for the Eastern, Western arid Soothern cities, will be . forwarded from:the PhiladelphiaiOfiic^ with great deapatchr^nd at moderate chargasJ — - —. i TteaiadersignedariU^ve particular attention to filling aider* forwar...

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

Health oiade easy for tbe People, OR Physical Training, to make their Lives in this- World Long and Happy, b y the author of " Education: As it is, Ought to be, ahd Might be," Fim American Edition, with Additions : Being an elementary and interesting treatise" on Self-Know edge. Containing short and entertain-~ ing articles on j Food Heart Glands Strength Eating Stomach Nerves Recreations Digestion Liver Brains Old Age Blood Lungs : ¦ . Mind , Man Secretions Arters . . Senses j Woman . Head < Veins ¦ Health Disease ¦ ¦ &c, &c, &c. Together with the Great Secret—Success in Life . how attained—How to do.good-f—Cajuees and Ef-- iects'of Error-—Habits—Passions—Wjoman described—Man described—Man 's Errors—i-Rich and Poor —Sexes—Virtue and Yice^—Youthful Errors—Woman how made delicate—Woman's Virtues, Ambition, &cM &c. ¦ I ' • ¦ The wholedesigned for the noble purpose of improving add extending education amongst the peofile , imparting ...

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

Agency of due Delaware Mutual Safety Insurance Co., Phila. /"CHARTER UNLIMITED, This Institution is \_j now- doing business on the Mutual Insurance principle, combined with a Joint Stock Capital Fire risks on merchandise,' buildings nnd other property, for a limited term or" permantl y* - on 'the most favorable terms Los es will be liberally and promptly adjusted. Dy the Act of Incorporation the stock is pledged for the payment of any losses which the Company may sustain, and'as'an additional security, to the assured, the act requires that the profits of the busmessxhall be funded and remain with the corporation' as a garrantee and protection to the assured against loss....-. - . ' - - The assured are protected from loss without any individual liability o^ responsibility. ' for the loss of the corporation. ^ "- ' ' . Dibectobs : Joseph H. Seal, Ed. A. Souder, John C. Davis; Robert* Burton, John R. Penrose, Samuel Edwards, Henry Lawrence, Edward Darlington, Isaac R. Davis, William ...

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

^^^b^a^Css^Us^ttsa^s^BMUBtt^Bs^^^^^d& ^ ™rwcflfe<rf taA*«rW2>U«r JaOiM * CM* f«my Tm Jtakh PkUaOOfha mi '^mmi—AaXWQk 9Uld Hl»fjf^ nf |)^ mmprM kl||dB Hl ¦ 'tri^jl^- g^&llfJgl gjjjMJlK fiftch, Jabeilrd jr^tb fhsyc nune ^, nH*-mnuToi XJUt1OM J pntSR. ^ritK"JClflfltftllMpUl wftti t» a^f«H&vttaiiet£r ptfaiewation of the qnalh^ One of the l*aitners of the Concern ( who selects the Teas,) leaned this difficult bnainess of the Chinese. ttieoiieiTeft^itTing reoded anwn^ them many -jeats jl Cainton, engaged in ths T«» trade. Possessing thai «tiraaidmatj advantage , the ability of the House is unquestionable, and may be relied, upon for runuanmg^ not only safe but also, the most drfictowTftM, and at the iovxtt possible pnets At this periodwhen ihe publictaste is undergoing a change from Gran to Black Teat, it may be interesungto know that the Ckinese universallv drink Slack Teas,«onaidern>g the Green Rt only for foreigners. MRS. MARY HULL Var...

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

^ UJJE^^^^^ &^l^^^jBS^^^A ^. ^&!^^S5BSBSS&33iSELtottnrL ^ SBSi» ^?Snfli«ynmnTTiWlrfJ-T i ' tJ 8JEjgBHBBgBjB88Ba< i!HB|«rir1ffT " ij^sa^ff^ss^^ grg .Vow loft, f laUk dWTSfc.ifWfc'WWWOfe Iiji ^sm^mm Tvalmsn^ S^iirSarlliS i i ' irB'wj^^ iSiriripiSra^''""** "*" ttSBEsSsSBEstxfr Kay. m-*~ " "¦ >. -*. ^u i» .-- * *\ Vtbt piAnietoxs wish to make their line » general :publ«e«>nvenien» and pledge theimalvef nothing, ihsU natwvndane'-wbieli the public <*riretri«tce may nature >.>». TAU mod must be marked by " MiUel* Co 's Express. " CHAS. NAVMAN, Agent for J9iUer* Co.' s Exptes^SRailroad Office, Lancaster, 89 Chenwt, comer of Third tUOt , Phdadeipbia, Columbia, WnghUulle, Y«rk,>nd Museum Building, Baltimore. [nov 8 ^47-41-tf ¦¦

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

Ornamental Marble Works. I^ AST King street, next door to John N. Lane ' s li store, Charles M. Howell, Marble Mason, respectfully informs lli^: citizens of Eancaster and the public in general, that he carries on the GARBLE BUSINESS, in alljits various branchesand invites all to call on himj, as he is satisfied that he can sell cheaper than any other establishment in the city or state. ' " He invites the public to call and examine his stock of finished Mantels, Monuments, Tomba, Grave Stones, and also iiiis collection of designs for Monuments, Tombs, &c, before purchasing elsewhere. ' ' jan 16 Dr. C. Ehi'inan, Homeopathic Physician, O FFICE in North Qeeen street, in F, J. Kramph's building, up stairsLancaster, Pa., tenders his professional service to the citizens of Lancaster, and the public generally, (and more especially to those who are suffering from Chronic Diseases,) and respectfully informs them, that he professes to euro all kinds of Acute and Chronic Diseases,...

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

Oliver Evan* ' HaliunaitdorFire & Thief Proof Iron ChcNtN. ^VXTAIUIANTKI) arjunl lo any nthnr makp, nnd TT huvn never been Injured by Flrr or llurgfun. iu ti KlHglc luxiuioc. lie ulrni ltut<|>« on Imnd n IUII »iui[)ly.iil' Common CIiohh, mndo of llghliir Iron, at lowir prlcea,' Letter Copying I'ronioH nnd Uoiika, Trucka for Ntnrfl«,Fuptorl(i« i lie. Druiitrlata' Pri^Doa. KiikIii Glnaa Paper. ¦ 1'orlulilo Hhowor llatha, Sec. Pucklng Lovera. Hoiating Mnchinoa, Rofrigemtom and Water Filtora, OLIVER KVANS, 01 South Second at., below Chestnut, Phila. REFRIGERATORS for cooling and preserving Meat, Butter, Milk, and (ill articles intended for Culinary purposes. WATER FILTERS.—Oliver Evans ' celebrated Water Filters, for purifying water that is blackish or muddy whether by rainsminerals, or otherwise, can be had of all sizes and prices, at the Warerooms, No. 61, South " Second street, two doors below Chestnut, Philadelphia. Sept. 28, 1847. 35-]y

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

^^l^^^^^B ^ aMSJS^^^BHlBB^^B^^I^j^^^B ^^^^l^lBB^B^ll ^^^^fj^^llllC^l^^jjja^^^S ji^^^^ a^^ m^mBS^f^ p^feje iSd; ' «« - .^^^^ s^p s^fe; fSSBp^BSBSS ^hoe iga1 -Hail ftods, A^s^nm«^ mf"nf r-fcpjSo^wWron ^lB:. * Spring aSiSlistered Steel! from beat,atainps qC Swede lioo; *a«t and Sbsar Stta, fa,a%fttriHphj*w!jon:e«i-.at'the; lose I j^es , foccasb^or a^su. nwnfts Sex .approfed,jreftrenc^^Md.io - wJiicb.tnejirtTit e f tlie *tttntiom of purchaterff, before nnVwishijig their stock* „ Alsfl.Pigjandiflleomliiio received on commission, on which advances w31 be made „ EAKPS ft BRINK, jlron and Steel Merchant , 117 North Water^aL, and 56. North Del. Avenue Philadelphia, July 37, 184?- 26-ly

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

" Secure tlie Shadow ere tbe : Sub-:; .-. stance Fade. " . : . Jp<OLXINS' Celebrated Sky-Light Daguerreotypes. \j/ Two'Silver Medals awarded at the Fair ofthe Franklin and American Institutes, for the best and mostartistical specimens of Daguerreotype Portraits. : The recent improvement made by the subscribers, and S y hich ig peculiar to their establishment alone, yiz.:' an; upper.light,' has' received the ' highest recommendation s' uoni the ' Press, ' and also written testimonials from the first artists in the country, as to its great superiority oveflhe usual side light. The peculiar advantage of this light is that the natural eipression of the eye can te obtained now more perfectly than heretofore. ¦ ' ¦ ' '-• '¦' •' ' ¦ ¦: '--<: ? 0.Citizens and sn-angerfi ac^Ti&pectfttBY ^nyit^d whether'deainng portraits or¦ nai?i&'$\0t?o$jjtp£ ci6us; : galleriei, ~ prpbably the-largetf^noj vSB^i t1 extenBive'in the United States, aod eiamiric ioftteinselve...

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