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

Moore tit. RlNdon, IHeixhaiit Tailors "VTO. 70 South Third Street, nearly opposite the ±V Exchnge, Philadelphia. (U. 10. Moore, Into ol' thn firm of llobb, Wlnehroncr 8: Co.) Heapect-Tully announce to their fricndu and tl e public that they arc conatnntly prepared lo make ta order, of the Snort and beat material*, nnd at moderate prl-CfH, every article bl'Faaliloiiablo Clothing, conatU , luting nfientlehmn'a Wardrobe, for which tliolr cotiiplote atook of choice and cartillilly tolrctud ' cloths, cajilmaret, voitlnga, 8tc, ol'lho latent and tnoit uoalnblo paUimu, ure pnrlinilnrly dealped, Their own practical knowlodgo of tliii builiinm Mid a pciioiml attention to I'very garinont, enable* . tlioin to give onllrn aitUllictlon, nnd to lioth old nnd new cuatomem they reapectftilly lender an Invitation, to glvo thorn a cull. j Having boon Ibr yoan connocted wltFi Home of thn bait and moat iuthlohable eatahliJliniKnta In thia nountry, employing none but llrat-rate workmen, nnd being ...

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

. Be sure you are Right, tben . go Ahead. npHIS is an excellent motto and should always J be before us—m all conditions of life—under all circumstances it is useful—but how much jiiore so to those who orejn search ofGRAT UAR. GAINSiri the ' shape of beautiful DRY GOODS, retlhem ' first find-out where the "J3EK HIVE" is lbcaiedr:lei ihem sntisfy iherhselves thai they actually are irf ihe'Bee-Hive Store, then, and only then! sBri'jh«y go ahead;and huy, for they will be i-ire rb.get cheap and good'gtiodi: '¦ ' :. ;. ¦ TbBapjrifoif'fHe;ageis:iii ke?pjng*iihthe obrive ^AiH-^firM&-':^erCTr>i^Tt'' ai^uri'a1otie|Ani£{y -thetwini«; 6f th^ffeojite of this enlightened i3e:"J "v'We-'ire'rleceiying'dailjr^NEW 'GOODS lor the HCJiiiPtfYS' ;¦'eveVy ^FaHier: Mother/ Sister, Brotberand-alllhoio who have neiihershouW 01 ls«j«>-yH( 1 Trtf¦onlyfn} please- Sn -id^e-'fnfiiSsiii'V ' and ^e^Bffl^oiifal'^iwas'-at-ihe Bee^-Hffe^North Queen street10 doors north of the P0S1 Office':*...

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

¦^SC^B^bV^bB^bmbUBL "* ' ^m W^^ m. ^^B^^aB^^^^B^PfS^^M^^B jJ^B^SBBBBBB^^^h ^^^M ^.h ^ % ^ A TiftlHhsSd »r ^ Mmtmf luuBL^Iisit aV ' Juof' u " lb^*JJM '£4, nnrbw&^lSSat nnroviiiur are ih fo wit """^ " * • POUR BHAfT HORSES, aad FOTJ&Ca£«jK; 1(ead^Stoer»j ^«oTrsi'«B*-«=«uaie**f -cuttle, *'ilanbttiD>^Wafe0OT ,1 fl0BglWVt»l»w«^| f setts ofHay ladders, and 1 «*J>fc«<ft#*a£Sr, 4#oUer, *s<t «ie, ^-Horse Xfu f^ tmH f fUor, 1 Corn Shellej, 2, WmdmiUsi Graia «r«aresE,<aI>d Mowing Scythes, a lot of Horse Geu;*, anj) a .aomber of other (arming utensils; also one .eight-day Clock, nearly newand a great variety of articles not here.mentioned. Sale to commence at 10 o*clockin. the forenoon of said day Attendance and terms made known by WILLIAM M'CASKEY. dec28-ts-38 . ^ _

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

Charles Stokes, Globe Hall of ¦>.- . Fashion* NO. . 296 Markerstreet, Philadelphia. Clothing —a necessary and useful article, it well bocomes every one who buys it, ¦ before purchasing, to look and see where it c.an> be bought the cheapest. I am satisfied, (andreader you will lie) if you favor me with a call an ' rl look over my ' stock of goods, you will not only buy yourself, but tell your friende where cheap clothing * can be had and they '. will '36 ' ; the same: If y«u come to the Globe pall " ; ofFashion,'and do not find goods twenty per cent cheaper than any store in <hc city, I think you will -say that General Taylor never whipped the MeiJ-. tans I .X think he never done anything else. 93T A Sill' stock of Clothing'suited for the coun--ry trade, which tlje merchants and others are par-! "cnlarly : invited to' examine. - : • • •¦ ' ¦ CHARLES STOKES, i Globe Hall of Fashion, 296 Market 3 doors' be-! ¦' ¦ iow ' "Naitb> ;! ::t ¦ ¦ | • - • ; '¦ ¦...

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

To Housekeepers. rjAHE subscribers invite purchasers of all or any Xkin<is of DRY GOODS required in housekeeping, to call and examine their stock which is confined exclusively to those articles, comprising in part all kinds of Linen and Cotton SheetingsQuilts. Blankets, Damask Table CIoUib and Napkins, Towelings, Tickinga, Table and PianoCovers, Furniture, Dimities and Chintzes, embroidered and low priced Curtain Muslins, Worsted Damask and Moreena3 Domestic Muslins, &c.-, &ctogether with a large stock of all kinds of Flannels, and the best styles of Irish Linen, which they import direct,from the most celebrated bleacKers. By excluding Dress Goods from their business, they are relieved from the necessity of asking high prices at 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. C...

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

Cheap Watches and Jewelry. AT ' the " Philadelphia Watch and Jew- (SSL elry Store," 96 North Second Street, W j\ corner of Quarry. . ffiuaB Gold; Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat cases, ----- J45 00 SilveV Lever Watches, full jewelled, 33 .00 Silver Lever Watches, seven jewels 18 00 Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled finest quality, - - - - 14 00 Superior Quartier Watches, - - 10 00 Imitation Quartier Watches, - 5 00 Gold Spectacles, - - - ¦ 8 00 Fine Silver Spectacles, - - - 1 75 Gold Bracelets with topaz stones, - 3 SO Ladies Gold Pencils, 16 carats, . - 2 00 Gold Finger-rings 37> cents to $8; Watch Glasses, plain, 121 cents; patent, 18J; Lunet 2S. Other articles in proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are sold for. 0. CONRAD. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepinei and Quartiers lower than the above prices. September 6, 1847. 10-ly

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

Great Bargains. DR & C A EHL.ER. have just opened at • their cheup cash Dry uoodt store in tht National House building. North Queen ttcet,a aplendid a?sorlrueni of Cloths of all colors. Black and Fanty Cassimeres. Cassinetts* ,. ' ¦ ' . - Veilings of tjutrtj description. '• . . ¦ . ^ALSO— ,. Plaids of every description, Cashmeres, Mouslin de LaincB. Alpabhns. ShawlsFlannels, Tickings and Check*, Hosiery and Gloves, &c. &c. The public are invited to call and examine their stack as they ara determined to sell at a small advanco for cash. ¦ " DANIEL R.EHLER. C. AMANDUS EHL.ER. oct 19 38

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

A Rare Chance! T HE subscriber offers at' private sale, his _„ STORE STAND and DWELLING HOUSE, 3$ attached, situate in Centre Square, Mount Joy.JJIML This property is pronounced by all to be decidedly the beat store stand in Lancaster county, and has been occupied as such for the last ten years. Also, a Private Dwelling, with a shop attached, which would make it a very desirable property for a saddlery, as the said shop has been occupie'd as such for a number of years, or any other mechanic, as it is one of the best stands in the village. Also, a Building Lot, suitable fur commission merchants, or other business men, connected with the railroad. These valuable properties are located.in a pleasant and central part of the village of Mount-Joy, and will be sold either separately or together, if desired by the purchasers. \ If the above properties are not sold before the 1st of April next, they will be for rent. Apply to SAMUEL BOMBERGER, jan 4 >48-3m] Lancaster, Pa.

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

REMOVAI* TUNGiSRICB & SMITH, Wholesale Oroceis, tj No. 223 Market street, north aide, between 5th and 6ffiatreets, first door below* 6th Having removeS from the old stand, No 12 Secatur street, to the spacious home, No 223 Market street, (hey tender their grateftl acknowledgements to their kind friends in me city and county of Lancaster, for the very liberal patronage they have enjoyed The new location affording them many facilities not previously po essedenables them to offer to Merchants andldealers additional inducements to give the'm a call m their new place. ,Their ' ?tock is heavy and has been selected M>'ith great care; '* they are enabled to sell. on the loWest possible terms. , ; ¦ . To all country produce entrusted to themthey will devote their attention and make speedy returns. ' September 1, 1847. | 18

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

Dr. RMbv's-Brazlliaa Malr Cjui-Mafr ¦; .; . ' .-%i--j •:.- - ¦ ~ 'iidqUta..-«rd-, ¦ ¦ ¦;}Mu . i-tT fTTrTHATithousaniJs ol' chemists have long1 : beeh ¦ T T' experimenting upon, but without success,has, at length: been accomplished by Dr. Boby;i of Philadelphia. To prepare an article.ia tiqUioT-fdirn * free from oil, or greasy or sticky_ substances, which will- cnrl th& hair, without ch'angioi^itsUfiolojr and *ea8eniiif ' the bujbvfiSsf lonf^rJee^W^drof our .wost.celelOTted chemists:. :.Thiir-osefiifJ art-is ¦ .#?l?9®ffi^W^^^' A-r?^>M»fla6aW>iB* ing ^XiiQttli<&: whicp, ensures: tb-'-eyerv liodV << tio> ¦fli^ifn&^ift^^inirtnf iii&^tfa'li*m»^^i^ci-^f ^ifii-f ?i '^Hl :'^^ '.--^ g^p^^Jr i(>J^lrj6J B^* ;^oi^o^;prr5j^e ^^ tigiihMmiy i i ?Jo;tth^t^^^Bjgfis^Sf "- ) r " -j - ¦ , " ¦ ' ' ; "5 . - ' ¦ ¦ : " - .; ¦ ' ¦

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

Notice. In the Court of Common Pleas' of Lancaster County. "VTOW, to wit, November 22d, 1847, the Court ¦\S appoint HENRY HALDEMAN, off Conoy twp., Revenue Commissioner, pursuant to the 36th section of the Act of 29th April, 1844, entitled " Ah Act to reduce the State debt and to incorporate the Pennsylvania Canal and- Railroad. Compa-. •¦ny.'-v ¦ • ' ¦ • ¦ i ¦ •: ¦ i Same day, the Courjt, appoint FRANCIS KEENAN, Esq., Auditor-, pursuant to 18th Bection of the Act of 21st April, 1846, entitled "A Supplement to the law relating to defaulting public officers.-' ELLIS LEWIS. J. GROSH. E. SCHAEFFER. Jan. 4. 1848. ¦ : 3t-49

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

Tavern Stand War Kent. THE ubsenber oHlr-> Tor rent the large two story tavern Iioubb, ai present occupn-d by -Henry H- Lichiy, sign of the treatr •¦! Gheni.-snuo ed in Wm Kin? sireeMii the clt) of Lancaster, about ope square from ilie Couri Houw and next door luihi- subscribers flora 'J he bou6e is u fit calculated for a tavern, and ha been occupied a uch for the la-i -meen year?, the stablms is ixiensive with sufficiemyard rooin.atid a garden and plenty of good Spring waf-fer with other conve niences attachedand is well calculated to doian extensiverbusinPse. Possession given on ihp first day of April 111,1. DANIEL HARYIAN. dec 14 46

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

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

^ - - r - ^ -^ ¦vW|p8WK3ALE. j«t»QEEK/ Wine; and Liquor .iYwH^Sgej'JSSjiWT Worth Second S«reet,Phila. ', ,Marcli; ^S847. »; i : 6-.ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

^^^^^^^^^ S jjCiKW^^Jj^Jjft^^ir^^^^^k j^^^^ . • . ¦ i^iiiHMfik ' . ¦ " . ,• fa pursuance of^^^^gwe-regulor standing commi&eef'flai^S^^^iKlW'Setingof the . ^miKra% .of f^K^™l@^n # in the " . courrtousc ' in " ' W^^^^^^imf on^Satnrday; January^; \S4s:[ym^^^!m^ xmbr. g^iseJbyffie' ap^mWeritbf^^fe^^goffieors-, . ' ¦ ~Dr JOfiiN WrGLbNINGl^^ferff¦-'-'' ' . ¦ -' ¦¦ •- ¦ ¦ ¦" ; ¦ ' "- ^l WaTr&tdihti^*1jjg%£g?# " eSdatjE BowMAjr; EaqY " "PEtiat-§iioj:^^fe» : PniiiriTicE, Sr.:, ;¦ .,:-,.,Q)spsoB JE%tEii^^y, -^ Hon. ^ HEHRy Carmo^v,. , Petes E?iERiy. , . i- - .; ' .. ' ».. ¦ ' S>cr«/ari>sl' j " " "" . '., -' '. "-' . Uon. miliam Rank ' ! ' ' f V'£/«B Zfciirf " ; "JSamvci'Heilman,"" " - - DanieFBrwr^- ' ¦ J : Wrriofionydfc President1 appointedJohSWeMman, Jacob Weidle; Col. Michael Tice,vDr.<bavid Marshall, Lyori Lemberger, JpW-SIishj'Esq^ and Joseph Long, a-idmmittee to draft resolutions, ex- • preSsive of "the sense off the meeting, who reported the' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

MeUigcnwi®2I tmtaA fe. W.HUTTER, ElSlf OR. ' Lancaster, January 18, 1848. The Mail—THe Post Office. Ill these two.n^t ional cpnyeniences ate,cepteied as many hopes and fears, anxieties and regrets, sorrows, and joys to; the ,components,of, i community, as minds and hearts are various, or as circumstances and fortunes are susceptible .of yicissitades. The first.is thie . courier that bjears in its chained foldings jhc tidings of thousands; the last is thesilent but fe(thful herald that dispenses;to the anxious multitude the fulfilment or disappointment of their hopes; that crushes or elevates; their sensibilities; or involves in still more heattsickening vagueness and suspense, the long looked for eclaircissement of doubts and mysteries. Who does not at the distant sound of the mail bugle,; become hushed, and bless the messenger-breeze, that bears along the dying murmurs of its first faint strains ? Who does not, when the near and hoarse blast falls upon his ear, feel the anx...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

%^ ^^ . [Su'lected j " ~ The Answered Prayer, BY MISS 4. C. KDCARTON. I prayed for BEAVTY-^-for the magic spell That binds the wisest with itB potent thrall, That I within fond humaii hearts might dwell, And shine the fairest in the festive hall. I would have seen the lordliest bend the knee, The loveliest bow, o ' erdazzledby my charms; While he I long, had vainly loved—ah Afv Subdued} should clasp me fondly in his arms! But Beauty o'er my spirit waved he_r_wjn fj, -' Yet shed no brightness on my form or face: And passing years but darker shadows fling Upon the cheek where care hath left its trace. My prayer, if heard in heaven, hath been denied ; No heart bows humbly 'neath my beauty^B sway ; And he I loved now seeks a fairer bride, With brighter blushes and a smile more gay. I prayed for Riches. Oh! for lavish wealth, To pour in golden showers on those I loved : I would h-ive gladly spent my youth and health, Could I, by gifts like these, my lore have proved 1 prayed for ri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

T ISTiJF ' LfiTTERS remainragin the Post-office J_fatLsnca«te ' ryJamKU7 1,1848.'. ¦ ' ' • •]' ¦ *'-'" Persons" calling for letters-will please sayihey are ' ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦:- . advertised. . . .. -i „ ¦: , . ;, A.i ¦ j Kendig Mrs. Mary A. A. Mr. " : " . ! L. : ' ¦ '¦'' B.: ¦ ' Linton David ' •' ¦ • ¦ ¦ Bay Gourricd, :¦ Lechler Jerome A.. ¦ ¦ .;¦ f Bean Messrs Gco. Long George ; JacobSmith and Jno. Lbngeriecfcer John :( H. Smith - . • ¦ ¦ ¦ LandisLADf. 2 BurnaJ. WJ ¦,¦ . ¦ & ¦ iedrd Robert, Bell'lienry Lacker William 'Buckwalter Abraham ' M. ' • ' Bowman Mr; ' • Mackenzie-A: H. Baker Christian Miller Rev. Henry . Buckinge Charles M'Cullough Wm. Barton MVs.'MargarettP MillhouserCb ' nnul Buchcr Christopher j . "Marcus .-Michael . Bosse Phili p .,. Miller Mrs. Easter Brown David M'Wain Joh'n C. Miller John ' Conway William Marky John Cunkle^>sep|f A.;. -t ^.Monpa Jtp\e9irt;-, Xlemence Andrew ' i Miller Kcuben . ': D. ' ¦ Morton ' George ' ¦ Duffy William . . M'CombWm. Donna...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

gb^en.itii^ipefljg »n^' ,iiU%JBents" over past scents of H&)aa so often fl ledgei their. fidelitj-, mi^riafiBri^ ^ n^rly^btt'kttloOT ^ totuj of," friencie^p,M^.lqte; .pnf lme,:i t<>; say; that he wss not banishedftom alt memory, and that the vrqM'ia0Sii bieStinieisojmu^rp r a «aae'rness-:as the fainting throbs, of, his heart prpmpied him tint believe.-- - . ' -- ¦ - ¦ ' ¦;- • ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ \ .-" .' ¦ ¦ ¦ \- - ^' - ' ¦ '• ¦¦ .•-•-:! ' ...w yttiea. thetin ^as turnca ahd^te crovfd gathered toieceive the content* of-the mail, he did notrush wifhihem, but stood alobfi with artis folded across his breist, and a downward gaze, as ,if unwilling to retard the receipt of. happiness to others, and .yet not ¦wishing to bi a witness of joys, ;ir i which he could hjave.no partnership. The cro\yd ,fwpc. und went, deposited and received dispatches?,- U'he business man arid speculator were favored with1 prompt advices, from their several correspondents; anihastened to close t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

/ ^\ dbngincil. IJoctvyrX (For lite lAocuner Iiilellljenferl ¦ -j. Thoughts at1 Night. / - The mellow moonbeams stream / Arourid the casement of my window here ; J And waves of light, which seem Like floating shadows of some angel near. ; Each radiant star peeps down. • From the clear dome that's canopied ahovc; And passing breezes sound, : Like music from the spirit world of love. Oh, holy hour of rest! When from the wearv world's temp,estuoufi mrile The care-worn, anxious breast, Endures no more the palna and woes of life. And dreams of childhood's home Fill the fond bosom with a keen delight; And o'er the spirit come Thoaghta of some loved one fai-—and visions bright. And yet how brief thehour, That hope itB golden pinions round us spread ; \ How soon the tempests lower, ^ -And oue bright dreams and viaions all areflcd. Youth's fondest joys are nought But nameless shadows flitting o'er the wa-str ; And manhood's hopes are fraught With bitter dregs, the soul ia loth, to tast...

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