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

Cheese vs. Cannon Sbot. Tne greatest ammunition that we have heard of lately, was used by the celebrated Commodore Coe, of the Montevidcan Navy, who, in an ' engagement with Admiral Brown, of the Buenos Ayrcan service, fired every shot from his lockers. " What shall we do, air!" asked his first lieutenant ; " we've not a single shot aboard—round, grape, canister, and double headed, are all gone." " Powder gone, eh?" asked Coe. "No, sir, got lots of that yet." : " We had a confounded hard cheese—a round Dutch one, for desert at dinner today, dont you remember it TV said Coe.. . ,,.../ ^ ... ¦ .; . " " I ought to—I broke the carving knife in trying to cut it, sir." . , " Are there any more aboard ?" '¦ About two dozen—we took 'urn from a. drogger." ¦ •• ' .. " Will they go into the 18 pounders!" " By thunder, Commodore, but that's the, idea. Ill try them," cried tbe 6rst luffi And iu a few minutes the old "Santa. Maria," (Coe's ship,) which had ceased entirely, was reopened, and...

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

please: notice.! NEW YORK CANTON <TEA COMPANY.— Philadelphia Stores, S9Xhcstnut Street, next to"the corker of 3d ' st. and 337 Market fst., 2d door below 9tl^, north side. Choice Teas, Wholesale^nd Retail.- We arc constantly receiving fresh and imported Green and Black Teas, embracing the besi seiectiojts this side of China. Our abundant resources, great experience,'and exchmiyc attention ..to-the Tea Trade, give us peculiar facilities; consequently, we arc resolved to sell Teas purer, more fragrant and perfect, for the.respective prices, than a'ny other establishment. i Ourprmciple of doing business has, in the course of six years, secured a connection throughout the ¦ United States, and wherever our Toatf arc sold they 'receivo high commendation. &rReadergivo them n. trial. .: . - The manner in which our Teas arc packed (the ' wrapper next to the Tea is a heavy superior tin oil,) offer a great inducements to dealers and families, as "^ they are so thoroughly s...

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

Old U. S. FlIO.—The flag was.thirtecn stripes, red'and White, with'a rattlesnake extended, mouth open and sting out, towards the outer folds of the,, flag—^the tail just touching the staff; as if springing.: on a foe; under tho snake is the following words: "Don ' t treadig^iK. ^ There-waano' fieUotblne or-white, drstare ' ^but simply iis above statcoW-and it was that very i/tog; while floating.from the main; royal of the frigate Alliance^ under-the gallant-Paul Jones,' that dashed through a British fleet of twentyone sail of the line, in the-Korffi Sea-iitheiinttepid^ Jones delivering 1 his starboard and; larboard broadsides under a ten-knot breeze into the Admiral, and received the fireioJ^e^wnoic ^eSff as he passed, and under full chase of the formidable1 foei' arrived inBaferjrat'Brest ' : ' ¦ ' • -*i **. ¦ ¦:' ¦ .:<*¦•¦ ¦ fc -\ ¦ ¦ ¦ ;•- ' - - - ' . ' ¦ ' ¦ ' ' -¦ "¦ ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ ¦ - " • • '--.^ ¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦¦';..V- - -¦¦>::¦ ¦ : MiB«UBi.—Tacrttis says f^ Earljet rnarti...

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

Sudanis & Co ' m Package Expicsn. jg_ ENERAL AGENCY, Forwarding and ComaIX imission House, Philadelphia, Lancaster and rHarrisburg. The undersigned having made arrangtements with tljp Eagle Line for special accommodat^iib', are j>repared to forward to and from 'Philadelphia, daily, parcels, packagessingle cases of gtfpdsj &c. &c. Articles for Columbia, York, Carlisle and Chambersburg, will be forwarded from .Lanciistcr and.Harrisburg by *thc regular convey-. anccs. . . ,, . fc-. Persons residing iir the interior towns, which arp oft'the main routes^ can obtain packages.ftom Philadelp hia by directing themu to the. care of some one. in any of the above named, places. Packages ior the Eastern, Western and Southern citieswill be forwarded from the Philadelphia Office with great despatch, and at moderate charges. ' ; Theundersigned^viUtgive particular attention to filling orders forwarded to them by mail postage ;paid; When they are for goods to be r...

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

M. A. Root's Gallery of'Daguerreo-$ypes. NO. 140 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Now is the time! Those who visit the city during the Christmas and New Yearr s holidays should not fail to visit tho splendid Portrait Gallery of M. A. Root, 140 Chestnut street. ¦Threre is-no «liarge for this interesting and beautiful exhibition, and the likenesses made by Mr. Root's newly improved Daguerreotype process are deeidedry ther moat 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 best Daguerreotypes, over all competition. While the pictures are such rich ;and perfect gems of art, our prices are the lowest possible with igood materials. Visitors should not neglectv the opportunity of securing portraits of the best quality-^/or suck only will not fade. ' Prices $1 503 $2 00,$2 60, §3 00, $4 ,00, $5 00 $8 00, $10 00, and upwards to $50 00, varying with the s...

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

Philadelphia Type and Stereotype Foundry. fFlHE subscribers are prepared loiurrusb,at short X notice, every article used in a.Printing Office, and have reduced the Prices of Type upwards of 18 per cent. They now;charge for Pica _ .... 32 cU. Minion - [ - 54 cts. Small Pica . 34 " . Nonpariel } - 66 " Long Primer 36 " . Agate - - [ - 86 " Bourgeois- - 40 " Pear! - - J$120 Brevier - - 46 " I' Diamond -i - 2 00 Determined to spare no expense in making their establishment as complete as possible , they are getting up a uniform Series of the celebrated Scotch-Fades, which are unequalled for beauty and dura-' bility, and which' they feel assured will meet" with, general approbation. Several sizes are now ready. Having recently visited Europe for! the purpose of procuring every improvement in I their line of business, they now offer a greater varijety of Fancy Type, Borders, Ornaments, &c. .&<!., than any other establishment in the United Statps; and their impr...

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

To Shoe Makers. ' THE subscriber has a first-rate workman from Philadelphia, who makes and repairs all kinds of "Shoe Makers Tools, which will be done at the lowest prices, and warranted to avork well. dec 22-47 ' ft. c. LOCIIER. P DONNELLY, Attorney at Law! Office in » South Queen Street , in the"room formerly occupied by J. R. Montgomery^£aq. fjau 4 »48-49 "ITrrLLIAM W. BROWN, Attorney at Law, TT tenders his professional services to the public. Office in WeBt King street, a few doors west of the Lamb Tavern and next dootitajCoI. D- W. Patterson- - '" ^ [noy S-43 j-TTTASHINGTON BAKER , Attorney at Law, f.y 'Often his professional services to the public. Office in Centre Square, next door to Thos.Baumgardner & Co.'a Storef -¦¦ •-• ^ no^ 3Q_4jjgm fy EORGE W. M»ELROY ,.Attorney at Law, of \jr fera his professional services to ine public.— OflfirA in-Centre Sqm.re. \n*h* TbnvHbtmerly^cciitpiLC oy * O m. i.-U^pi!i; ' .i:i , Tisij.. itf-.St *h.:'JT \'J - ¦ ¦? . Mayor1 &...

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

Dealtlimade easy for tbe People, \ OIt Physical Training, to make their Lives in this World. I<ong 9nd:*^l appy, by the author of " Education: As it is, Ought to be, and Might be," Firag American Edition, with Additions t Being an elementary and interesting treatise on Self-Knowedge. Containing short and entertain.-ing articles on ¦ . Food -Heart' '" Giarids ! Strength Eating Stomach Nerves Recreations ¦ Digestion Liver .. Brains: - Old Age-Blood . Lungs. ..-Mind . . ^ Man_' Secretions Arters Senses ' Woman Head" Veins Health Disease &c.,'&cv, ice. ' - ¦ ¦ .. " . •'¦ ¦ Together witlv the Great Secret—Success in Life how attained—How to do good—Causes and Effects of Error—Habits^—Passions 1 —Woman described—Man described—Man 's Errors—Rich and Poor —Sexes—Virtue and Vice^Youthf ul Errors—Woman how. made delicate—:WOman's Virtues, Ambition,; &c, &c. ' ' ''¦ - ' The wholedesigncd for the noble purpose of improving and extendinp-education amo...

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

Agency of flie ^Delaware mutual Safely Insurance Co;, Plilla. /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 and other prpperly, for a limited term or permantly, on the most favorable trnns. Losses will be libcrallv and promptly adjusted. By the Act of Incorporation the stock is pledged for the payment of any losses which the Company may fUBtiLJn, and as an additional security to the assured, the act requires that the profits of the business shall be funded and remain with the. corporation as a:garrantec and protection to the assured against loss. The assured arc protected from loss without any individual liability or responsibility for the loss of the corporation. Directors: Joseph II. Seal, Ed. A. Souder3 John C. Davis, Robert Burton, John R. Penrose, Samuel Kdwards, Henry Lawrence, Edward ,Darlington, Isaac.R. Davis, William Folwcll, John S. Ne...

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

Oliver Evans ' SalamanderFire & Thief Proof Iron Chests, "fTTARRANTED equal to any other make, and YT ¦ have never been injured by Fire or Burglars, in a single instance. He also keeps on hand a full supply of Common Chests, made of lighter ; iron, at lower prices. I Letter Copying Presses and Books. I Trucks for Stores, Factories. &c. ; . Druggists' Presses. : Eagle Glass Paper. ' Portable Shower Baths, &c-. Packing Levers. I Hoisting Machines. i ¦ Refrigerators and Water Filters. ; OLIVER EVANS, fil South'Sccoml St., below Chestnut, Phila. REFRIGERATORS for cooling and preserving Meat, Butter, Milk, and all articles intended for Culinarv purposes. WATER ' FHiT(EBS>-6livcr Evans' celebrated Waior Filterfl^ifor ipiiHfymg .water that is blackish or muddy wi^ctby^iainsj minerals, or otherwise, ;caa be had olfcaU^sizcs and prices, at the Ware-Tooniy, NoJ 6l^Sduth Second street, two doors below ChCBtnut^haailelphia." * - Hept. 2SyVl847. - . ¦ 35r...

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

BllUer & Co. 's Express. ' , In their own Cars an'd" in cliargc of Mcasengers. TS now running daiT> between Philadelphia, Lau-X caster, Columbia, Wrights»illo,,York, Baltimore, South and West, and also from Philadelphia to New York, North and East, for the forwarding b y mail. trains of valuables, parcels^ bundles, light boxesand' -the -transaction " of ariycontinissiona entrusted to them at very reasonable rates. : The Express leaves Philadelphia, at midnight, i thus enabling person; sending by jt- to'haye their orders filled and received the following learning* - -: 4>-mwea%et. alyta.j& accompanies each car ? who rr:V receive cn^ ^Hi v>r at zV the ofiices on the - *ta.f. ¦ j . i •Tlie frcpr'.-i.ir^ -n\A\ lo . ¦ inkf; ;hv-ir i'.nt ?. <ir.:-.t:t^[ ;.-cblic •jorjvu^- ;c ¦ -'< ^.K-*; t"sDisu've^ nothing ^ ^.!" rr::iai:i >*r.i ' >* \ih the -y-hYu ;. ^- ¦ . : 'M;cti ¦ . !...' -? '?s >yye- : . .^: \-t iti;.l.: ...

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

Life Insurance.| T>EJnN,MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMJf P^JiXr ZGfficc^No. 91 Walnut Street. This company is now reatly td make Insurances on Lives, on the mutual system " , without liability beyond the amount of the premium., . I All the profits.of the Company limited annually among the insured. The premium may be paid quarterly, Remi-annully or annually, or one half of the premium may be paid in a note at 12 months. [ ^ Individuals insured in this Company,- become members of the corporation, and vote Sfor Trustees. •'The Rates^ of Premium, with a full ^participation in the profits, are as low as any other Institution in the State or Country, and lower than| any' of"the English Companies, with only a portion of the profits. ¦ ¦ . | Blank applications for Insurance, with full particulars can be had at the onice. [ DANIEL MILLER, President, r WILLIAM M. CLARK, Vice Prcst. JmiN W. IIorxer, Secretary, ' ¦ ' ¦ - J. ZIMMERMAN, Agent Lancaster, Pa. Jan.-4, 1848 j 6m-49

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

; 1 _ 1 , 5ew Iron and Steel Store. : - *I1HE subscribers, Importers and dealers 111 For-JL cign and American Iron, beg,leave to call the attention of purchasers of Iron and Steel, to the new assortment of Swede, Norwegian, Refined, Cable and Commoji 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 ; Small Round and Sqtiarc Iron, from. 3-1 Gth and upwards Boiler and Flue Iron', Horse Shoe and JNail Rods, Axle Iron, various sizes ;-E ~ o-i comotivcj' Tire and Railroad Iron; Angle Iron, Half-ruund Iron, &c. /Spring and Blistered ¦ .Steelj from best .stamps of SWede Iron ; Cast and Sliear Steel, &c.j all of which th ' ey offcr^ ' at the lewycst rates, for cash, or at six moTiths: for " approvctlvfieje\t*rice, and to which they invite the attention* of purchasers, before replenishing their stocks. r Also, Pig-and Bloom Iron r...

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

IHoore & Rlridon. Mcrcliaut Tailors ~VT0. 70 [South Third Street, nearly opposite the Xy Exch;age, Philadelphia. (H., E. Moore, late ol'the firm"-of Robb, Winebrener & Co.) Respectfully announce to their friends and the public that they arc constantly prepared to make to. order, of the: finest and best materials, and at .moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, ' constituting a Gentleman's Wardrobe, for which their complete stock of choice and carefully selected cloths, cassimeres, 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 them to give entire satisfaction, nndto both old and new customers they respertfiilly tender an invitation to give them a call. Having been for yenrs connected with some of the best and most fashionable establishments in this country, employing none but first-rate, workmen, and be '...

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

Cneau WatcSaeH and Jewelry. A T ' the il Phihidelphi.i Watch and Jew- rf°5i> J\_ elry Store." 96 Xurth Spr-md Street/gl7^u corner of Quarry. i8&i}2B Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, 18 carat case3, - ... -; . £45 00 Silver Lever Waiehee, full jewollod, 33 00 Silver 1-pvrt Watrlte.-, soven jewels, J8 00 Silver Lepine WstWir-s, jewelled finest quality. ^ ... - ' 14 00 Superior Quartier Watches, - - 10 00 Imitation Quartier Watches, - 5 00 ¦Gold Spectacles, -. - - - S 00 Fine Silver Spectacles '" , - - - 1 75 Gold Bracelets with topaz stones, - 3 50 Ladies Gold Pencils, 16 carats, - 2 00 Gold Finger-rings 37 * 1- cents to $S; Watch Glasses, plain, 12i cents; patent, 18j; Luuet 26.* Other, articles in proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are sold for. O. CONRAD. .On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines and Quartiers lower than the above prices. SeptemberG, 1847. 10-ly

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

CancQ0tct 3ntclligciucr, FT^USHKtoXTtBT-tr1WD4T MOHXI^pj BY E^ WTHUTTER. ; Office In "Union Court," in the riar of me Market House., adjoining Centre Square. , • :7f; "' TERMS: '" '' ¦ "'" L' < J . StrBSCRiPTioN.—Two dolla^ prr annum, payable in advance; two twenty-five, if not paid within six montliK; and two fifty, if not paid within the y ' eaK ' No suDsiription aiscontinned until all ar-! Yflarages art?- paid^ ¦ »n)eiw at the option of the Editor. ¦ . ;'¦ ¦ .. ' ^ -. .. ' ¦ - Advkktiseuents.—Accompanied by the CASH, and not exceeding oite sqnhi'e, will be inserted three times for ouc dollar, a.nd twenty-five ceuta for each additional insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. - ¦¦ -¦ . " ¦ "'¦-* Job lJ RiKTiMC.-rSuch.iBHandJBillB, Tosting BiIIb, Pamphlets. Blanks, Labels, Scc.j &c.;- executed with accaracy and at tlic Ehortest notice. :

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

REMOVAL. JUNGEIMCH & SMITH, Wholesale Grocers, No. 12:23 Market street, north side, between Gth and 6th ntroets, first door below 6th. Having removed from the old stand, No. 12 Decutur street, to the spacious house, No. 223 Market street, they tender their grateful acknowledgements to their kind friends in the city and county of Lancaster, for the very liberal patronage they have enjoyed. The.new location affording them many facilities not previously possessed, enables them to offer to Merchants and dealers additional inducements to give them.a call in their new place. Their stock is heavy and has been selected with great care, they are " enabled to sell on the lowest possible terms. ¦ ' To all country produce entrusted to them, they will devote thoir attention and make speedy returns. September 1, 1S47. ' IS

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

Strikixo a BjliIXct.. —Curran. when r.iaster of the "rolls in Ireland, was going one day to a levee at'the castle. There was a great press of carriages, when, all at once, he was startled by the pole of the carriage which followed him. crashing through the4ack of his: He hastily put his head out of the coach window/crying to his. coachman, * - Stop, stop, the pole of the Carriage behind is Hriven into us!" "Arrah! then it's all right agairt, your honor, " said Pat exultingly, " for I've josti druv my; pole into the carriage before.^' This as a saniplcof an IrifcTi bull, Currin lise^ to'c ' fc aif per? feet. ' '" " : '¦ • ¦ ' ' V- i :¦:¦-,. ¦• ¦ .

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

White Crape Shawls. LONGENECKER & CO., " have received a lot of handsome White Crape Shawls of all prices and qualities to the most costly, which they will dispose of|at small advances. Also,-ahewlot of Paris Embroideries, Needle Worked Collars, naps and'laces, Silk Fringe, &c. A beautiful assortment of Fancy Dress Goods, Ginghams, Lawns, Balzorines, Bereges , &c, Linen Plaids and Silk Ginghams. A beautiful lot of Bonnet Ribbons, t-LONGENECKER & CO., Corner of East King and Centre Square. May 25, 1847. n.tf

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

.Stcimnan &. Son A RL regularly receiving from the manufacturers J\. in the United States and in Europe, large supplies of Hardware * Cutlery, and Saddlery, and are manufacturing a superior article of Cedar Ware. Merchants, persons commencing house-keeping, builders, manufacturers, mechanics, and the public generally, are invited to examine their stock, their prices Bhall be equal to the lowest Philadelphia atcs - -; ' ' . ¦ [Jan 19-51

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