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

F&I5 Fashions. D NHULTZ. Hatter, No. 1.9; North Queen St., . \yv\ild rfcspetvrully iniftrm.his friends and the public that ho has just received from New York and Fliiladflphia the Jatoat Fall and Winter Fashions, a:id wili bn ploa-ed to furnish his customers and all others with thorn at the shortest notice. As all his Hats are manuiiictfired imdt'.r his immediate superintendence, he feels warrp.nte.ii in savi-ngj that for tliu-aliilitv aud finish they cannot be surpassed by any. establishment in this or any other city in the Union. Hi.H stock consists of Heaver, Nutria, Hrusih, Russia, C'assiiucrr, Moleskin, Silk, &c. &c. v.-hich he will dispose uf at tho lowest prices. Call ami examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. CAPS, CAPS! His aysortino'.u of Caps is one of the most extensive in the city ami hi? is adi'ing to it daily. Customers may rest a.ssnreil that they will he suited, as he has carefully selected his stuck from the largest assortments...

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

^m^iW^m^^miisf'm^ ffi^^io^^ifi^K wuirty, late i^nwt^^^^felSaiVpri^iil-^^g : 1847, Dec.Mi,vliVCotWoi3^ 'jina-3 ai|ffli'*S'. day the Hth fiay of Jaiuaiy,''T8*Bi' - at1s jt^<afei£ A. .M^. an4.tbjsroom o/itheiButrictcdurt 'of"tie " L' nited Statejijrat Philadelphiafor the hearing of ibe petition albresaid and wall persons itrteriitei to shew cawo -,why the said Henry Breimentia ahouia not U ^disdurge^-Ti^.ceiSficated a, biakrujit in conlormity with. jlie. prayer of, the, potSion. ' . ' .;»Jt,Pec.f|l. .CpttaiedA»"n.t!>eHe«orf. ^" ., «?Q%s;L.: .i»^^jE.ciwkD«tictcourti ; -¦ .. Jan 11 ¦i-^,. ,;-. ' ,n ¦' :. - ' ¦ ;. ' - >,-i;-^i.. :~S9t ;¦;¦ ? Estate of Mary Ciepp*r. t«te of ii Donegal Township, dee'd. T -STTEBS-of utolSislM - tibn^VaicJifcbve! es-±J ute havjag tatyeteft&Hu- flie liSiideisigned, all persons lia»ing c'.aiins or demandj jwill prereat the same duly anthcaticaled for settletneutt aiul; those indebted wi^makc piymenti. without delay ¦>° ...

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

Lancaster Tea Ag-ehcj-, For the sale of the Superior Tias, of Jenkins fy Companyy Tea Dealers, Philadelphia. T HE Subscriber has taken the Agency for the sale of those excellent T V. A S—has received and will be kept supplied with a full assortment ol Greens and Blacks of the various kinds and qualities; and which it is confidently believed will, on trial, speedily take the preference in this community over all other Teas. They are in neat packages of i ,iand lib. each, labelled with their name, the kind of Tea and price, with a metallic as well as a paper envelope for preservation of the quality, having full weight of Tea in each. One of the Partners of the Concern (.who selects the Teas,) learned this difficult business of the Chinese themselves, having resided among them many years at Canton, engaged in the Tea trade. Possessing thie extraordinary advantage, the ability o! the House is unquestionable, and may be relied upon for furnishing, not only safe, but also, the most ...

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

B?uK3iloua,!>l« Fail and Winder ClOtlllUtf. C.ill at the New Clmhing Establishment, West King street, between Cooper &: Lichty's and C. Hagcr's H'.ure, opposite to Steinmnn L Son ' s Hardware store. IJ 1.1CHTV. Merchant Tailor, has always on y. hfinil a stock of ready maiie clothing, of the cheapest and bei.l lo be had ' in the city. He would efill .inonlion to ihe following articles, and feolfl ats-oretl will Le able to give general satisfaction to all who will IUvoi- him with their custom.. His stock eop.-^fjta in part as fo llow?: * ) Utc-.i and Frock Cults, Cas-.imere Pants, Neck and Pocket Haildkcrchiela, Verts of all kinds, Drawers. Suspenders, &e. together with everv article of eloihiug for gentlemen ' s and boys' wear, whieh he will sell ai Ihe very lowest rates. Clotha, Cassimeres, and Vestings always on hand. Having just recr-ived the New York and Philadelphia Spring and Summer Fashions,-he is prepared to atteni] to customer ' s worii, which wi...

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

Public SaJe. \ ¦ O N Wednesday, the 16th day of February! 1848, ! will be sold at public vendue, by thesubscri- j ber, on tlie premises, about half a mile north of the i Village of Concord, and about the same distance j south of the Old \ Road, near Leacock ^Meeting X House, in Leacock township, Lancaster county, the following articles to wit " : FOUR DRAFT HORSES, and FOUR COLTS; 7 head of Steers, 2 Cows, and a number of young cattle2 Plantation Wagons, Ploughs, Harrows2 j setts of Hay Ladders, and 1 sett of Wood Ladders. 1 Roller, and one 4-Horse Threshing Machine, i Corn Sheller, 2 Windmills, Grain Cradles, and Mowing Scythes, a lot -of Horse Gears, and a numv her of other farming utensils; also1 one. eight-day Clocknearly new, and a great-variety of articles 1 not here mentioned. -. -' .- -• .-. ¦¦ _ .. ¦ Sale to- commence at 10 o'clock in tlie forenoon { of Baid day .^Attendance and terms made known by i -•:¦'¦¦ - ¦-• - - ¦¦-!¦ WILLIAM M'CASKEY. ¦ dec28-ts-38 I - - : ___^...

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

!!. ni.SIAniBRIUlIX, ¦ : "\TKRC11ANT TAILOR, would moat rcapgeti.fX ' ' ""y Inlbrm Ills friends mid the public tint he nn* rccdvod at hla room, for a number ofycari occnpieil by Oollolb Hnltinch, deccaied, as n shoe «tnri>, in North Quoon ttront, next door to. tlio r miiiuor Si Hrrftld oflioe,ii lRi'goaBaoftmen* * l " made CLOTHING, of every Vnrictv . - of re»dy in tho latest fall nnd winteratyV . i cxit aR * **ade Ho would also inform h1 ' •'• that ho pays particul- ..friends wd the public and is prepared ¦ -< attention to customer work, line, in thn ' . ,o mnko w, order all articlesin his on Iho , latest and most fashionable style, and ... moat reasonable terms, . Scouring and Renovating attended to on the shortcut notice. He pledges himself to give satisfaction, to. all whp.may wish, garments renovated and scoured. He desires to present his acknowledgements for past favors and solicits a continuance of the public fhvor. E. JOIAMBJUGHT. .; September 21, 1847. ¦...

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

Great Unrgnius. DR . &. C. A. EI1LER, have jnsi opened in • their chenp cosh Dry iJoodn Binrp, in the Nniionnl House." building, Norih (jurrn street, n iplcndid ayeurimeni of Cloths of nil colors. lilack ami Fumy Cti.isimeres. Cttttttinettt' Vnling» of men/ description. -ALSO—Plnnli ul (ivory di'icrlnilnn, Coahnicrni, IMnimllii di> )jnini!», Alpnnhnx, ShnwltFltmncU. Tinklnn> nnd (;i\cok«, Uunltry nml ( .llnviw&n. ifco. , Thn public urn Inviiod io null mill cjonanr ihnlr mark an ihoy nri' ili'iiTinined in hcII hi a *mall oilvnnco lor cikIi DANIKI, |(. EHNKK. # C. AMANDUH RHt-KIlT ; OC1 ] <1 38

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

> 4 nare limiitc! rliHfi mlnPFlliBf iinwi't «l gfivftlii. ««Ipi Ills—u, mvmU iliiiM* In f'eiilrf Ntjiism, Mnimi <) t < y. JUi^U ' \m ih«|mww l« ptBBwwwl \iy nil oi liu (irtiiiSmy ilie hum Mnhutonil In .liWi^rpiMiii^iiiiitl lm< lioyn M'fKlllw' M •ut'li ftr-ilin Inm (mi vfm«, Al»n, aJ' f(v«(«'4iu««{H«i wtlh.ft »lw|i-MtuuliiHl, wliMi | mnK«> l| a vuiy (Imlinlilu [irn|ierlv (In1 n ttiu)- tllcr« t nil IIm mill illnp li,\8 hi'Hl aoiiiiiiN n» mii'h Ilir t iiiimimr fifyenra, nr uny nlhfir ininhi\nlcan Ii la one ill the bnit aland* In tho villaRi>. Aliiii, n lliillilina Lot ! Biilmlilfi Ihr f nmrnlmlou ineri'lwnK, nr other butinfai mm, commoted wiih ihs lalliiinil, Thflif valmhle nrnnariles nra located in « plena, nut nnil central pnrl nl' the village nf Mount Joy, runl will lie mid »lthfr icpamtsly nr together, n denirad by the purchaaera. If the shove piopertlei are not enld ^eftiie ihf Ui of April next, they will bn for rent. Appl y to SAMVE...

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

Notice to Tax. Collectors. npHE Collectors of Taxes ~ ot Lancaster Co., are X hereby notified that all the Duplicates for Militia fines for the year 1847 are now ready, and they are requested to call for them at the, Commiasioners office.,; '" [ ']' ..- , . ' '' . I : By order of the Commissioners of Lancaster county. " . ¦' ; '¦ ' I . P. G: EBERHAJ*; Clerk. Jan, i. 1848 " - ' .; - _;i/: _ : ' ..,; .. ¦¦;;:; : r -' 3i^» J.rnri..^.n.:.^<HD^^iMBntbii..:: ;' ' -A CJTItL contin15e»: t6 perform all operationi oniihe (j TEETH upon terma to Bait the-'tfiner. "' Office North (Jfueen street, opposite Xavttp*<i**V'>Wf ¦ 'ggii-iL> ~ - ' *l-r .: a n'" -j '*'' -:V^ ' :^;^? '5H; £'K CADDEEE*r^ARDWAB5B>^-/*«t-received * j?>hekrir - rtock (^.aadlery'o.f^ltfadiriina-for •t^ t^m^^

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

tcaioval ol' tlic Cheap Cash «.'L.OTHI8TG STORE. JpO RMLEV. Merchant Tailor, respectfully t vnfurms Uie citiirna ol * llie city anu county of Lancaster—his customers and the customers of Simon J. Youn|T, that he has taken the stand so long occupied by K. J. Young, two door3 south of Orange Street, and next door to J, Giall & Co, ' a Book Store, wheio ho has the Itvvgeit assortment of ready nmdo clothing over offered in the citv of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cloaks, Bangup, Sark, Dreas, Frock, Wolklng and Hiding Com, Roundabouts fur hnyu of all bIzcb and dcacriptions. J. 0. returns thanki fur tho mtiiiy fuvon hnpea that his frUtudFi and the cuslomcra of S, J, Youiiff and tho pittillc In gpnonil will conllnue to ilivnr ldm wltli lhuli'£till«. : ' [iiov 18—IS

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

\mtierii Stuaa tbr^ffiim '! rdjjiEisubscribgt; ' offers, fiir "feni 7he largo,iw | X story lavern house, ut present occupied by Henry-H'-Ijtchiji, Bign of the treaty: qf.Gfaeri H stir opiediUiWeetJiing sireel, in tho city .oTlLoncas-! ler, about one ep^ uare" from t)ie Court nduae nnd nesMoorjfijhX subscnBerB sttire, /I'lie, tionse is j will chleiilated . fors B;iaverp^and has 1)cen occupied j as ' 8iich,%itfi8 W'J ?I*t8cn yearS, .ihe" siubiins' ia exiensive ^ ith siimcleiir:yard rooin-.ahd a-garden and plen " ty;nf iflfril>pnrig: water wiih •oijiecionvjeniepces anachf-'i. Jind is well calciilnied to d') :.in oxie»»i»*ilMi«W«fefo«M|BaioniKiveii on ihiSrai day of ApiilrflCK<*,':iTjS"iDANIEb flA!BjiAS a decli " ¦ " "" ¦ - ' ¦ ¦ -:' ' ^6 '

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

Estate tU Jtttob Beii, a LuuBttf. In the- cMlH tsr Contmbll PliMW Hif the t'UUniy 61 Lancaster, W^HBItKAR j»eeb Meisej-, eammittsfi hVsf the \y iiersbii ami s,tatp of nulil ifieeh Bpfi, did en lllefilh Ai? bfitnHU8F.V,ll!4«,li|pilUhe Bnffe Ufthf PfHiliBHiiiaFii Hfihn iSM t'aufi, lii* AiibttUHt ef-lds aatii fsimi? i i $ nliM i W*,ft ^Aiv ^ "r I1 ) ^'""l1 ' liiwtowiJ livihii s|ld Kjim», m\ Hi* nid reiiFikve aBH8in= leil (he nh ill) «f b'Ptaiiw, ISIi,*F Hie Mnn(--ramiiiiulirFfiiili iinlHi esppjitlnin tm filet!, , >. M ff i?n i i< H1 KrUTH, I'rsAeiishFV, l'fnlhniKiliiHi'ii (IhIp*! ? Iiniipmi-F. tl«iiiwr,v II, IIMN- ¦ { ' . ! florid ¦

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

- OrnamentalMarble WorKs. EAST KuV g stirebt, taeit doof- to John N. tane ' s store. Ctorles Jff Hiwell, Marble' Masoii, respectfully informs the citizens of Lancaster and the piMc in general , ttiat " he carjifes qn ' the 5IARBLpBDSINE8S,;iii'an its >arii>u« brinchesj aid inyites-iUl'tb call, bit'liim, as -he1 is ' satisfijed/tiiat he can sell cheaper than any other establishment in the ;c£tjuor^|e^e,- . ':" ;; ' _j.- ¦ ;;, ¦ '• •' ¦ ' . . •:-; ' }; ~r;,::, ' . " ;;- ' . " ?.* . . - TH^ripyjites . the ' public to! call and ciiriine his stocV p'f Uniahed Mantels, Monuments,^ ,T/0}nbij * Grave ' Stones, »nd also, hia collection of deai^is (i^ MojlQinsints, Toinbff, <8cc../before purchasuisT tilie^ "whew; jBn ' KT^

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

,>-.;. -sa«|ice.,.... •. ->:? TyrqTICE is herebjvgiveD, that LetterspEAdmin-XX istration upon tlfi Estate of -Williain . Glati, dee'd., have been taken -out by. the undersigned, residing in Lancaster citj;. and all persons having claims upon the'Estate ofjiahi deceased tare tj? quested to make snown the same without delay. . CATHARINBSG£iTZ, Administratra tan. Jain'4i 1848;: . ;.-;¦ k< - .-• ¦¦;• v^' SBtitftTJ. :\*riNBO\5r-' GLASS. >ibpftboxes'JerieyGIsmj f > - -issSrieafBiiEesTroni 7 by9.'to; 28 byaeiflcb onhand ^ andibrs»leat njanufecifiirerifiicii by?,!i Iw'imil l--?J-.:S"..--> KCElMfikN'S ' SfiR.^'

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

Dr. C. Ebrman, Homeopathic Physician, OFFICE in North Qeeen street,'inF. J. Kramph'o building, up stairs, Lancaster, 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 cure all kinds of Acute and Chronic Diseases, which are in their nature curable} in ' a perfect, easy, and mild manner. The medicine is administered internally, pleasant to the taste, and easily taken. $^"His charges are moderate. foct 25—10-3m

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

TI10S.W.&Theo.S.Evans, Dentists. HAVING removed from the office lately occupied by Thos. W. Evans, in Kramph'a building, (the partnership- existing between Van Patten & Evans, -having been dissolved,) to the corner of North Queen and Orange- streets, (over Metzger's Shoe; Store,): entrance on- Orange St., respectfully offer their professional services to the inhabitants of the city and county of Lancaster. 5^" ' Thos. W. Evans, during his visit1 to Paris would recommend his patients, to his brother Theo. S.Evans. : ¦ . fnov 9-3m-41

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

.. ¦ ' . 1847. Ao. SO. ¦ ¦ .:- ¦ ¦ -I 00 bbls. (I.and i.harrcls)'.NcwMackerel ireceiy-X r ed-and n .on^ selling off at thelowcst prices at 5ro. .. SOj':Nor(h.Queen. street, 2 squareft.ifrom " the Court House, and immediately under the Museum by [sep f-32-3m] P1NKERT0N & SMELTZ. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

political. . - Far Ihe Lanotifiter Intellie«nrrr. Paper Money. Central complaint against /the present paper currency shows the public mina. much dissatisfied on the subject. Incorporate Sinks have-now. by acts of Assembly, the exclusive1 privilege and profit of making and issuing what is failed paper money. The Franchise of banking is also hedged round by laws denouncing severe penaltia upon persons, or incorporations without, banking privileges, infringing this exclusive grant to manufacture paper currency. Why is the public miad dissatisfied? What is the cause of complaint? And why £o much seeking aftc-r the proper remedy, and discrepancy in the means proposed ? The fact-is every body feels, though he may not clearly see, that the present system of currency-making works extremely bad. And yet no one seems to know or have arrived at a settled opinion what remedy to apply publicly ; or even how to regulate his contracts and dealings, so as to avoid loss by the failure of Banks...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

PROSPECTUS or. the ' UNCANTER IXTEIXIGENCER. WITH the present number, the ltwauttr Intelligencer &r IournaX will be owned and conducted by the undersigned. In early life «e were bred to the profession of a journalist, and ditwovering here an opportunity to return to it, we haye chcisen this ancient city as our permanent ' location, and invoke the support of the Lancaster reading public. We feel, tou, that our lot is <:a*t in a plea.-i.mt place. WitU a population - exceeding in numbers that of the entire state of Man-arc, and not- lar belaud that of KlioUe Island—with a Vast territory; icrlile as the banks of the Nile, and; abounding in every element of plenty and contentmSht—the county of Lancaster constitutes almost a commonwealth within itself. A solitary cloud darkens the horizon. Here Federalism rejoices j in its largest majorities. But even this serves only to widen our Held of action, and to increase the; necessity fur active and energetic-exertion. It Vis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

.Miscellaneous. ..Tlie Family of SniitUs. In the Legislature of New York, as inivery other legislative bod y ever heard of, there are numerous representatives who rejoice in the celebrated patronymic of Smith. Not less than five of this distinguished family were .delegated to represent the interests of confiding! constituencies at Albany. These Smitiis are organized into a Eelect standing committee, and the reports ' whicli they have frequently made upon various subjects, referred to their special consideration, have created no inconsiderable degree of merriment. Recentl y a petition was presented from one Albert J. Smith, another of the "tame sort," praying that his name might be changed to something more definite and distinctive, which was referred' to this committee of Smiths, with power to send for persons and papers. The committee, after the most mature and prayerful consideration, submitted the following curious and interesting REPORT. The Committee of Smiths report, t...

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