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

¦ . LancaNtec Bank. • i \ DrctMMlR 17, 1847. STATEMENT of) dopoiitei amounting to .Ten Dollari and upwards, remaining in thia Bank, In favor of the several persons mentioned, which have not, for threo-yoan preceding, been increased or dlmlnUh«d t ' Margaret Collins, . ... (30,00 Robert Donnell, . . . . 68,68 Elisabeth Hackman, . . . 166,07 Samuel Ovenshine, ... 35,18 .Savid Stoner, .... 74,37 Noah K, Zook, . . . .. _ . 85,00 And the following ib a itatement of Dividends od Stock in this Bank, amounting to Five Dollars and upwards, remaining unclaimed for three years preceding the date thereof. Andrew Bausman, . . . 832,80 Louisa Eichler, . . . - 9,84 Samuel Herr, . . . 9,00 Eliiabeth Demuth, . . . 9,00 Roland Diller, . : . . 8,10 -. Jacob Reist, ;. . . 27,00 , Jacob Eshleman, ;. . . 119,70 : William Montgomery, . . 8,14 Henry Roland ' .. . . 18,73 John F. Steinman,; . . . 6,41 Clement B. Grubb,-. '. . 16,50 John Witmer, . . . 5,40 Frederick D. Baker, . . . 25,20 Dr. John Mille...

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

Art and In^enaity CombiB«d. " JVTR.OWEN respectfolly informs the Ladies and XT - ! . Gentlemen - of Lancaster, that he win have thehonor of giving hi3 (highly ^celebrated and: popiilar Entertainment, for t>o weeks, at the Mechanics' Institute, as performed by lum in'all ttie'principal Museums in1 the Union" ' - ¦ -• ¦ ; FANCY GRASS WO&KWO: . ' [ Commencing Monday jffr, 1848. Hours of Exhibi j tion, from 2 to 5 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 12; cents. Children will hot 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, BirdsBaskets, Pens, Deer, Dogs, Flowers, Cupidsor in fact any article which fancy dictates, (all of which ...

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

DEATHS. We have the mournful intelligence to record of the death of Mr. Benjamin F. Kendig, which occurred at the -National Bridge, in Mexico, on the 1st of November, of dropsy. The deceased was aged 24 years, 1 month and 18 days, and was a much respected son of Adam Kendig ' , Esq., of Conestoga township, Lancaster county. He was a member «f Capt. Doland's company, attached to the District and Maryland-volunteer batallion, and marched from Baltimore for Mexico in July last. In announcing the melancholy news of his death, Capt. Dolan pays him a warm and affectionate tribute. He says : " It seemed to me more like losing a friend than a soldier under my command. He had rendered himself near and dear to me by his good qualities-and excellent behavior, and was much beloved by all his fellow-soldiers." Peace to his ashes.' ^ftn the 2d inst., near Litiz, Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. Christian Longenecker, in her 54th year. On the 24th ult,, AndrewGarber, of WeitHempfield township, in...

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

i Allentown Hotel and General Stage Office. , I FOR Philadelphia, New York, Reading, BethlehemMauch Chunk, Easton, &c., Stc. Corner of Hamilton street and the Market Square, j I DAVTD STEM, respectfully announces to his friends and the public generally, that having purchased of Mr. KnoB Weiss the fixtures belonging to the aboye Hotel, and having also incurred considerable expense in otherwise fitting up and improving it, is now prepared to accommodate tlie travelling community in such a manner as will doubtless render general satisfaction. His TABLE is always supplied with the 1 est the market affords; the Bar with the choicest wi tes and liquors; the Beds and Rooms ^rc clean at d comfortable*! and, in flirt every thing ii arranged with a view to the convenience and comfort ol his 'Customers. The Stabling Id Urge and commodious—and particular attention Ii invited to the fact that hlaoatleri are the most kind and attentivo gentlemen "of tlnlr profonion" to lio found in ...

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

M.4.RRIAGES. On tlie 15th instant, by Michael Carpenter, Esq., Mayor, Chalkley Coates to Mary Ann Walton, of West Fallowfield, Chester county. On the 6th inst., by the Rev. J. C. Baker, Joseph Dellinger, of West Hempfield, to Sarah Kendrick, ofConestoga. On the same day, bv the same, Christian Becker, of Manor, to Mary Hostetter, of Lancaster twp. On the lltlrinst., by the same, Henry S. Herr to Mary Eshbach, both of Lancaster township. At Fairview, Dec. 29th, by theRev. Wallace, his youngest daughter Rachel Annie, to William, second son of John Robinson, both of Pequa Valley. At Fawn Grove, York county, Pa., on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Owens, Jacob S, Huber, of this city, to Ann Heaps, of the former place. On the 28th ult,, by the Rev. William Cooper , Peter Pritz, of Manheim, to Barbara Brubaker, of Halifax, Dauphin county. On the 23d of December, 1847, by the Rev. H. Hablistou, Mr. Isaac FlawdofRapho to Miss Fanny Mayer of Penn township. By the same, on the 13th inst....

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

-mm^^&&£mmm wm ms^mmmmmm ^^p^^§r *$ll|i:!|pp^pi ¦ iftd^-i^^r^ fSt^'^ i^^ i^^. 'rtS^ ^¦i^^S-mi SeSJ^^^^f^t^oS First Lntherai.Church,Gennint6*a, Pa., ¦*I;0ft :X^*^^:.Itog^; ' 'C^«iOUS^>^^>^W . Madam Guyon and Feneloni Atehbishop ofCimbtayT—by Thoroia C. Upham. - ^r ' SfsqtaJax Iii5 <Mn/»raiwW-ir<)rt,a9illustratingtheHiilo«,ph y and the practical workings of the higher "forms of Religious experience.'^-A; ' • .--^ - ' ' . ' ' Doggett'sRait Road itnd Oceau Steam Navigation Guide 96 piges—with a map or the United States ¦ ^ only ^ , ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦h: ' - -: ; - ¦ ¦ /<. ¦¦ ¦ -.:- ¦ ¦ •'I2}c«; Webster't Dictionary—^Quarto. ¦ The complete work with large addition:*—only . J6,00 .Constantly receiving a great variety of B' poks at veiylow prices'ai the Cheap Boolt store- ' ' ~ ' -' ¦ ju>.18 ' i. ¦ -¦¦: ' -[. -']¦¦¦ ¦ ; - •¦ ' ; 5Ht ¦'

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

CoinnuTrial fUrovb. PHILADELPHIA MARKS?, Acview reftitHi wbsk iNBtrre Jan. 14) 1141, FLOU!l, "TliP week just past hue been sue ef imusiwl ingeiivity anil denrfwiffi in Ihe fl8urmarkt>ti ind «wi nave been cenlineij to a limited demand from tlie city retailera and bakm at ftrnner rates, gay |8,j)itsO,f)Q for good choice brands, and 90,7ns 1M mr ejtra Pennt and f)f>nne««ee=there being but little inquiry fbr shipment, the Hiking rate for standard brand* tms been $@>37t, but wittiom sales, and less Would be accepted by some holders, we quote to-dsy a^ #6,20, Carp Meal—A decline in price has caused some stir in thia article, and about 3000 brls Penn ' a have been taken, mostly on speculation, at $3; a small lot sold at *3 ,12|, and some condemned at j 82,50, Rye: Flour is also lower, and 30Oa40O ' bushels sold at «4,a0a4,G2|. GRAIN—Receipts and stocks of all kinds light, with a limited business doing in Wheat at 137al41 cents for good j-eds and 145a 146 cents fo...

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

" Secure,.the Shadow ere the Suij-> stance Fade. " COLLIN S' Celebrated Sky-Lighl Daguerreotypes. Two Silver Medals awarded at the Fair of the Franklin and American Institutes, for the best and mostartistical speoimens of Daguerreotype Portraits. The recent improvement made by the subscribers, and which is peculiar to their establishment alone, viz: an upper li g ht, has received the highest recommendations from the Press, and also written testimonials from the first artists in the country, aB to its great.superiority over the usual side light. The peculiar advantage of this light is that the natural expression of the eye can he obtained now more perfectly than heretofore. Citizens and strangers are respectfully invited, whether desiring portraits or not, to visit our spacious galleries, probably the largest and most extensive in the United States, and examine for themselves the astonishing improvements made by the subscribers in this wonderful art. T. P; & D. C...

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

^^^^^^^^ * r«^HErBtadter«tiCH.TOT<niyot.Tneci tt'<if'fcancatr ::4^^^&^^jSa^gS'S»tV«&»j onWe^e^' (iTflu^flgwi«a^^at)hiIfni>rsu /r ' The Jfeinoyritsof^^ ttiecity pfXancai er wUl^neet r^Satirday evening neit,.Janoar>- 22, it 7 o' clock, it the following places V :, .,- - . ; r - . . -; :, "^'~r' / ¦ ¦ K; X. .Ward, at the public ionse of M M cGrman, S.E.Ward, .". •? ** -' Phiip Leonard, S.W-Ward, " ¦ - • ' . "¦ :¦ - ¦¦ •" ¦ • ¦--:¦ «.c:Scholfield, S.W;Ward, ¦¦¦ -»* ":: 'Vi H.FitipartcV,. To settle fiTe delegates from each>afd to meet in city convention on the ibllowing .Voiiiay evening, at 7 o ' clock; it the public house of i. jivers, for the purpose of settling i ticket for me ' mb^j-of Select and Common Councils, CityConstablesJudges, and Inspectors. Ba order oflhe.Committee, ¦ -7ai.«aWI8i ¦ . " -¦ £. V ^ . ¦ / 'T'1 : . " A*& ' "

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

To Housekeepers. nnHE subscribers invite purchasers of all or Uf X kind* of DRY GOODS required whrnwekeeping, tqr call awl .examine their stock which » confined ,ejclas»»ely.to those itbcles, cgmprbing-ia, part ill londi erf tines sad Cotton Sheetpig*, 4«HUs > ebngs. Tickingh T ' anJeaaWi^^w« ri » *5° utaIC > Dtnnties and Chmtxea. embroioireo an4 wfc priced Curtain MiiH.M,-Wbtated D«oask ^«SibweD», Domestic MuslnM, ka>&c, togeaw w* a luge stock ef ill kinds of Efaaael*, md Oejlwst *tyle» of Irak Linen, whnh taey-unpert dweetfi^ni the most celebnMd Wewlien*, Sy ^eluding Dress Goods from ftrir buslne«t!*teai%i!«UeMdfti>m theieee»sigt«£»aku Mfi 1 « hJn«»*l*ft«i<Wimencftment of the season tfrcompeattfe. forlosse* consequent upon changes of fashion « " the' aeisoa idvsneea, and will jell at 6«(law«*DOMffile grade of profiu as the sorestme«Ji**K «W>dtagtheir business. ' JGm^lJSewSwfcSOir, Corner Chetnut rt^S8»e»tfflft(M|WMI|d«lphrt. ...

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

Farmers'1 Bank of Lancaster. I December 27, 1847. LIST <»f unclaimed dividends, an*? deposites on the books of tiiisj Bank, published agreeably to an act of Assembly :-— ¦ dividends. John Potter, deceased, . 1 share, $44,75 Catharine JHcMutri*-,: . . 4 shares, 16,00 Mary Cramer, i ; 9 " 24,75 Jacob Black, ! 2 " 3,00 W. Hamilton, (miUei-,) dee'd, 38 " 38,00 Thos. Went*, deceased, 'Jti u 26,00 J. B. Hublis, (guardian.) 7 " 10.SO I»EPOSITES. Catharine Burkhardtj %(30,00 Henry Deidrich, deceased, 250,00< Martin Miller, deceased, 32,69 Orphans' Court of Lancaster county, 322,29 John Peterson, . " 100,00 G. CLARKSON, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed December 27, 1847, coram. J. C. VAX CAMP, Alderman. Jan. 4,-1848. 49-4t.

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

BALTIMORE MARKET. Review fokthe week ending Jan. 14, 1848. FLOURi—Howard Street Flour, on last Saturday about 600 bbls:1 were sold at $6. Limited transactions took place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at $6, On Thursday the only sale reported to us being one of 100 bbls. at $5,93*. ¦ City M ills Flour-rrTheret ' were onepr: two at;46,25, and jit is now held at that priced JRye Flour—-Lotipf. 1st are held at $5. Corn Meal—Sales of Baltimore " bblsj at *3;25. ; ' - " " - -p "! •' :"" -, ":" ' ' GRAJN.-^Wheat,, there, were sales ' . of two or three parcels of .prime reds, afloat, at 13fia 138 cts. The: lof"!i>ow jinvihg are selling at 130 a 135 cents for gooSto SptBie redr. Corn—The sues of white Corn were at 5t *68 cts. arid of yellow at 'StTa, 61 cents. W« note the sales of white at 57 a 59 ots. and oT yellow at " 60 a 62 cents. Rye—Last males of Md'. were at:85 cents. O»ta-^-There -were ttlei at 44a4Sct».: ,«incethen»omeprimelbt»hayfbrougth fi&& )m "{-...

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

--.. finP8«iM»t toroi'iuatloB. rrtHB Hers uoetefa preparatitms mr DyapiBsia X and Liver eenijihmt have never lulled In affeiF. flBglimmeai&te relief a»a A RABieAt CVm in the went eatei ef these Aimm, , The puulle will beariia mind that these prepirttisui sin estnpeun> ded by a regular phyileua whs is retnausihle fbr any had eftets arising from the us? nf iftis medicine, it has been tried in tliQumdt-Qf easen, and never known to fail is a single instance* wh«n token ac. csrdisg to directions, ' The Jjerb Sector's Cqugh \Udiclne i; pmeHally valnahle at this season gf the year, when sold* am) co«gh» sre so prevalent, and whiph.-if not attended to invariably remit in consumption. For sale by the sole Ag't atiVaams i Co 'a Express office, nearly opposite tie Museum, North Queen street, Lancaster, Pa. January 18, 1848 lt-5l _

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

, " ¦•- ¦- . ' " To tbe qualified Voters of the City off Xaneasier. J TN- pursuance of the provisions of the supplement Xto the Act, incorporating the city of Lancaster, approved the 10th day of February, 1843the qualii Bed voters of the said City are hereby notified, that an election of ail Alderman, or any citizen of said city, qualified to be elected a member of the House of Representatives of this Commonwealth, to serve, as Mayor of-said, city, will be held at the Court House, in said City, on Tuesday, the 1st! day of February next. The said election to be conducted in-the same manner and by the same officers as -elections of Select and Common Councils of said city. WILLIAM JENKINS, Recorder. Jan 18 ol}3t

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

Cbloroforiu. DK. VAN lwrnsN nas received a supply of the above article and is prepared to administer it to those wbo wish their teeth extracted without pain. Having administered it to several persons, he can recommend it as being; very pleasant to inhale, and certain to prevent pain. It is generally believed to be quite harmless in its effects. Lancaster, Jan. 18. . 61-3tp T) EV. N..A. KEYES intends lecturing on Wed-JLV nesday evening, January 19, in the German Reformed Church, on Sacred (ieograph y and the Geld occupied by Protestant Missions, with the use of large maps. Lecture to commence at 7 o'clock. Jan 18 1848 ,. : 51-lt

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

Loiigfeiiecker & Co., f^klt the attention of the public to their Urge lj mil splciulltl «««dfttneat of t)ty Oootli. The mercsntlle relations in winch they Btsud enable them ta ceupete with iay in ihttir buiiaen*, To the lew priee of their gesdii (which ire itleeted with ufeat e«fe and taite,) U ueiUd (he greateit variety is ttylti ef all that la new and desireasle. Phelr Mm/ ef STAf lS.ANB FANCY BUY OOQRH is the larseit la the eily, There ii a ireat r»nae for the inlulgeuee ef trie feuey, aad it it with Bleasurt theyeaa usert there are few ef these who Itive fevered them with a eall that have left unsatisfied, (nev 16'«=48=tf

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

Sew SnrpplyofB^otBAShgeAl ^gi . cum Shoes; Bm:. TmH rrtHE subscriber has just receives iDiw'-Wi-' JL supply of Boots^ Shoes, .Gum "Shoes, kc.y at jus stand, in North Queen ' Strict,-Wo dtwrs above the Post ' Office, to which he invites tbV attention of Ihis pa'tro .ns andithe.jpublic|n - geaera)<;' ¦ ' ¦ ''"-'' \r " I . He'has a »upply.t>f ' Gum Shoes .of every description, ' consisting of Buskins, fiandlls, and plain, with double soles, and also a;common'article. -' '; nov9->47--4*4 -, . '" ;: \.:'-: *D^^|K?lf|tEB- ' ;:t^ JS2^^^^^ft«#

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

The inaufttriou* B«« still fathers mature. THE Urge«t and roeit iplndld Itook of PRY GpOP S ever offered in the city of laiicaster, is now being opened at the Bw fflw, North Queen Street, wholesale and retail. This stock'has ju»t been received direct from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises some of the rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Merinoes, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, &c. sept 21'47-21

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

New Goods. rplHE subscribers are opening a full assortment of I Fall and Winter; Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which will beoffered at the lowert market prices. ALSO—Lovering 's Syrup Molasses in hods, and bbls. Lovering's Crushed and .Pulverised Sugars. Low priced Brown Sugars; RioJava, and Laguayra Coffee.: Fresh New England Hops. Bed Feathers, &c. &c. ' .! C. HAGER k SON. sep21 34;,

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

w. .„;;-.... uSuttee. ; ¦¦ .' ¦ . r- ' ¦ rpHOSE persons, indebted to the subscriber Tor X subscription tor the "Intelligencer t Journal," and for adyertiBing and- jobbing, will please msk* immediate payment. I can be found at the old stend, iii Market^&aiiare' - i ' ' i* . Dec3S;iS4t-^. -:\ : i*iNiiay g. IJtei*;;..

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