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

Predictions fertile Year isis. According to a new Almanac, the year q ' f out Lord, 1848, is to be an eventful onq. We extract from said-Almanac the following sagacious predic tions, which will doubtless be fulfilled: "Throngh the whole course of the coming year, whenever the moon wanes, the night will jgrow dark.; On several occasions, during-the. year> the sun mil rise before certain people discover it, and set before; they have finisheil the day's work, jit is qnite likely that when therp is no business doing, many; will be heard to complain of hard timed, but it is equally certain that all; who hang themselves will escape starvation. If bustles and hoops go out of rishion, a church pew; will hold more than three ladies:'" If dandies wear their beards; there will be less work for trie barbers, and he who ^eara mustachios will have something to snee»j at There will be many eclipses of virtue, some (visible, others invisible'.. Whosoever is in love jwill thinlci'hia mi...

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

The World's Illation! THA I ihe files is di»anm-d 0: its terrors by Dr. Upham'a Vegrtnble Electuary. Thesrcni pensalion which was created among the Medicai Faculty, and throughout the civilized world, by ihe announcement of Dr. Upham*s Electuary, for the cure of Pile?, (a disease that resisted all former medical treatment,) has settled down into a thorough confidence, that it ip a positive nnd speedy cure in' nil cases of Piles, eilhpr Bleeding or. Blind, External or Internal, and also fur all Diseases of the -MOinnch and Bowels,siic-h 113 severe and habitual cuativenfiss dyapepeia, liver complaint, lhflammatinn of ihe'5pli-pn, kidneys. Madder, bowels, and spine; itlcuraiiun oi the inirnines; flow of blood [lo the head, &o. ; nnd fur the relief ol married women. The Symptoms Cause und Nature of ihe Piles, together wiih its conjunctive diseases, will be found in the pnmphle 1 .?, 10 be had of all agents nnd deal. era graiia. VOLUNTARY CERTIFICATES. I.mimmI S.aies Mars...

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

Account of f lie Establishment and Treasure of the Bank of Amsterdam. The Bank of Amsterdam was established by the authority oi' ihe States General, in January. It500; and, for the more speedy improvement of this institution, it was determined that all bills of. exchange, or sums for goods, not being under fiOO nurin.s, should be made in the Bank; that sum waa. since reduced to 'S00. no sum under which can be entered in 'ihe Bonk books, except by the East and AYest-Tndia companies: private persons who are allowed to do it pay six livres for every entry. ' In this manner ihe Bank of Amsterdam is become the universal depository of the riches of all its inhabitants, as well as of a great many foreigners; its credit being so good, that nobody pretends1 to call it in question, as there can be no. apprehension of its failure so long as the government of the country subsists, for the city of Amsterdam is its security. Nor would there be any reason to doubt the sufficiency of this B...

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

Consuiiiittloii, A sthma, Bronchitis, Spitting Blood, Pain in the side, nnd breast, Sore Throat,Hoarseness,Palpatation uf the Heart, Whooping Cough, Hives, Nervous Tremors, Liver Complaint, and Diseased Kidneys, are radically curedby Thompson ' s Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha. i LTHOOGH the great fatality of Pulmonary i\ Diseases, at this time shows * that there arc particular cases that render-still too applicable the designation, approbia mediiorum—the disgrace of physicians—to this call of diseases; and that there are stages in their progress, which having once been reached, recovery is doubtful. Still no one should despair. The writings of physicianswho have given to these affections particular attentionabound with many recorded cases of recovery when the patient had reached" a "seeming hopeless stage of the disease ; and there is'at. ihis time, a remedy prepared in Philadelphia which has met with the most triumphant and cheering success in the most obstinate forms...

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

Piincli's Almanac." Bonaparte enters' Lyons. 1SJ15. Van Amburgh very likely to do the same: ' "i ¦ " ¦ -' ¦•• Mars rises at 2 Morn—having beenu called out" by a fchooting star. ' " ¦ ¦ ¦ • ¦ •! . " ! Thedean of York charged with selling church preferments, ' 1842, , '; No cure no pay." Queen Elizabeth died, 1663. ! A good queen if taken in the ruff. . i Poor Law Guardians elected this day. Those who "ask for bread get stones," (to break.' ) Napoleon takes the whole city of'Vienna, lf.09 —carries away a better half in Maria Louisa. Boawell, the biographer, died, 1705. His was a most exemplary life—of Johnson. ¦ Nelson lost his aim at Santa Cms. The cuemy bein£ in distress, like a'true sailor he Untthmi a hand. " Calais taken by Edwird III, 1347. The inhabitants being starved out, sign a capitulation without any provitiom. ' .. ' Prihting invented in 1448. Superstition talr-n very ill from being put in ktt thccti. Sir Walter Scott born, 1771, and, shocking to re late, was afterw...

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

Remarks of Hon. Ueveiidt Johnson, Whig Senator, from Maryland, at the. Qcitman and Shields Dinner, in Washington chy: Mr. President, differences of opinion have existed, and still eiist, among some of the h«>st men of the land, as to the necessity and justifiable, origin of the present war. I entertain no doubt about either, [great cheering,] and I thank my God that? live among ' a people, who, if I desired to entertain it,,would not suffer me to be here as their representative. [Applause.] But upon one question, Mr. President, nowhere throughout our wide country, in there any difference of opinion. However the war originated, whether necessarily or unnecessarily, constitutionally or unconstitutionally, the war haa exi3te.1l, and the war lias covered us over with glory. [A voice : That's good talking.] As far as 1 am concerned, Mr. President, not onlr m the talk good, but Ihe voting will be just as <*ood. [Applause.] No man more deeply regrets than I do the blood w...

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

The Sioht or the Dying—.The late Abner L, Pentland, of Pittsburg, remarked when ; he was dying " Mother, / can see a great dufan&fn'tt&ibi? less, this is the experience, Itfautifully^ prawe^ of every one "who comes with a chastenj*fln faSp to a ' calm iieath-bed; " ' ¦ '"' ¦- * .y' r .If V In his progress through ordinary lp/tfie vapors that float inMiU mental atmosphere render the vision imperfect, ami he cannot see afar off; but as he draws near eternity,lhj; air grows pa.hr' , the light brighter, the vision clearer, jirid sedmty per-' vades the whble.betng; the vista of lutunry opens upon the eyesW the soul; he beholds the: gat?a.of Hea\en; aiid the river of Life, its glad wfttere'ilss ing the footstool of the throne of God;" the^^^cg of the new. world grow brig hter upon him ;: i*rith Stephen;lie beholds Jesus at the rigKt han^of his father; and as he dwells-with ragture-on thet« eu-Hyemng sights, the earth andjill its scenery grows diriT^bout him ; and like El...

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

Estate of Michael Wenger, ' Late of West Earl township, Lancaster County, deceased, who was one of the Trustees under the last will and testament of Marks Grpff, deceased, over certain moneys and estate therein given and bequeathed for the use of the said Marks GrofF, deceased's daughter, Susanna Reiff, (formerly Susanna Groff.) In the Court of Common Plcaa for the county of Lancaster. ~ 1T7"HEREAS, Mark G. Wenger, Michanl G. T T Wengerand Levi Groff, administr.itoiR of the estate of said Michael Wenger, dee'd, &c, did on the 20th day of December, 1847, file in the office of the Prothonotary of the said Conrt, their acrount'of the said nstate : j Notice is hereby given to all persons interested f in the said estate, * that the said Court have appointed the 24th day of January, 1S*48, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. | Attest: J. II. KURTZ, Proth'y. ! Prothonotary's Office, ' ) | Lancaster, Jan. 4, 184S. < ¦ 49-4t

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

Estate of Susanna Reiff. By AdnitniHtrntorn of Miohaol Wongcrwho was one of the Trustees under the last will and testament of Mark Groff, dee'dover certain moneys and estate therein given and bequeathed, for the use of the saiil Mark Groff, deceased's daughter, Susanna Reiff (formerly Susanna Groff.) In the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Lancaster. WHEREAS, Mark G. Wenger, Michael G. Wenger and Levi Groff, Administrators ot Michael Wenger, dee'd, &cMdid on the 20th day of December, 1847, file in the office of the Prothonotarv of the said Court, their Account of the said Estate: Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the said Estate, that the caid Conrt have appointed the. 27th day of January, 1S4Sfor the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. Attest, J. H. KURTZ, Proth'v. Prothonotary ' s Office, ) . -Lancaster, Jan. 4, lS-lS.J 49-4t

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

Cancftstcv JTHtcliiflcnccv, PVBUSHEU BVIJHT TTlttn^T M0RN1XP, BY E. W. HUTTER. Office in '* Union Court j> in ihe ftar of th* Market House., adjoining Centre Square. TEIUIS: / Subsckiption.—Two dollars per annum, payable in advance;; two twenty-fivf-, if not paid within six monthsj ami two fifty, if not paid within the year. No subscription discontinued until alt arrearages arc paid, unless at the option of the Editor. ¦ ¦ . ; ¦ ; Advehtisements.—Accompanied by the CASH, and not exceeding one square,, ;\viH he inserted three times for one dollar, and twenty-five c&nts foreach additionalinsertion. Thob'e of a greater length in proportion. ; Job Printing.—Such as Hand Hills, Foaling Bills, Pamphlets, Blanks, Labels, &c;, &c, executed with accuracy and at the shortest notice. j

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

Ustate of >Iictmel Wenger, Late of W ^ esi'Earl township, Lancaster county, deceased,'who was Trustee of Amos Good, under the will/ of Michael Good, late of West Karl twp, dcce.sLsed. In the. Court of Common Pleas for the countv of X\7"HERF.AS, Mark G. Wengcr, Michael G. T T Wengerand Levi Groff, administrators of the estate of said Michael Wenger, deceased, &c, did on the 20th day of December,1S47file in the wfiico of the Prothouotary of the said Court, their account of said estate: Notice is hereby given to all persons-lnteM^tpd in the said -estatejthat the said Court have appointed the :24th day ot'January, 1849, for the confinnEitijxn thereof, unles's exceptions b^dilcd. * Attest: | J. II. KURTZ. Proth\v. ' Prothonotary ' s Office; ) Lancaster, Jan. 4J 1848. J 49-4t

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

Estate! of Amos Good. by Administrators ot Michael Wenger, who was Trustee of saidj Amos Good, under the will of Michael Good, late of West Earl townshipdee'd. In the Court of LJ oinmon Pleas for the Countv of ¦ VT^HEREAS, Mark G. Wenger, Michael G. T T Wenger and Levi Groff, Administrators of the estate of Michael Wenger ^ deceased, &c, did on the 20th day of December, 1847, file in the office of the Prothonotary of the said Court, iheir Account of the said estate : Notice is hereby'given to all persons interested in the said estate, that the said court have appointed the 27th dav of January, 1848, for the confirmation thereof, unlcsa ' exceptions be filed. Attest, J. H. KURTZ, Proth'y. Prothouotary ' s Otfice, ) Lancaster, Jan. 4, 1848. ] ' 49-4t

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

Estate <f Joltu Touusend, deceased. N OTICE is hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the estate of John Townaend, late of the township of Sadsbury, in the county of Lancaster, dee ' d., have been granted by the Register to the subscribers, one of which reside* iu the county of Chester, the other in the county of Lancaster. All persons having claims ¦ or demands against the estate of the said deceased are requested to make known the same to them without deJay, and those indebted to make payment to either of the auhacribers. JOSHUA B. LINTON, Of Londonderry twp., Chester co. AMOS TOWNSEND, dec 2fc-6t* Of Sadsbury twp., Lancaster co.

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

: ;^^rH - ^^^ -T€r-Mftfi_. T lib subscribers oflcra; ior rent ipe., ws§ ¦!«_ etqrV tavern House, at present occupied by Henry Hi Lichiy, sign of .iheireat* of Ghent, &\\r up'ed in.Weet King sireel, in iha cjiy.of Lancaster, ubou I one square frpni.ihe ^ Cpitri^flouse,nnd' nexi door io th« subscribers store.. .The.iipuse .15, well calculated Jbr-a lavern, and Ka^ bieo occupied: as such for-tHe >la& sixteen, years.^Uie rsioUJTna: is (*xie.nsyte Lwjiii^sjimcieiii yard ruom.and a garden and plenty.of; good spring wa^er ivitU ^ oiher eqaveniences anach.edv qnd is- well calculated 10: do ah exjensyfe .buMiiese. ^Possession " given >n ilia first. daypfAprU^ejsu, , DANIEL HARMAN.

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

Estate of .Sacol* Her£, a Sainatic. In the court of Common Pleas for ^lie Cunntv of [Lancaster. WHEREAS Jacob Heisey, Committee over the person and estate of said Jacob lierg, did on the 5th day of January^ 1S4S, file in the office of the Prothonotary of the sauT'Court, his Account of the said eatatfi : Notice js bcreby'givcii to alt persons interested in the said Estate, that tin 1 said Conrt have appointed the 7tn day oY February, 1848, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions bo filed. Attkst: . J. H. KURTZ, Prothonotary. Protbonntary*3 Office, > Lancaster, January 11, 1848. y 50-4t.

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

Estate of Adam Hess. In the District Court for the City and County oi Dancaster. "VTTHEREAS, Samuel Hagans, Assignee of said T T Adam Hess, of Bart township, did on the 29th day of December * 1847, tile in the office of the Prothonotary of the said Coui^, his account of the said Estate: * j Notice is hereby given to all persona interested in the said estate, that the Bain Court have appointed the 7th day of February, 1848, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions he: filed. Attest, J. H. KURTZ, Proth'y. Prothonotnry ' s Office, ) Lancaster, Ja " n. 4, 1848.1 49-4t

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

i subscriber oi oi jviDnul Forwarding and! Commission Bwsiuess. .ne .(.me nue nrm if- °- Sherer,) will conlinue the Forwarding and Commission business at the establishment occupied by the late firm of Albright & Sherer, in Cliesnut at.. where he*expccts a continuance of the patronage so liberally be3towedhv a generous public. : ' ' J. ALBH1GHT. N. B. Flour, Crain, Whiskey and Co mtry Produce of every description will be purchased at fair prices. " ' J. A. -. jan 11 ' 50-3t

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

Po»i.Ltrio\ or ArsTRU—Thii» ^ ast empire contain^ iorty million ot inhabitants, including the miliUr) It is quite a* populous as France Fne millions of its inbjects ^re ttahan More male than female children are l»ro, yet there are SCO 000 more females than males It iff computed that 550 persona are rnur<fcred yearl}', yet the exe cuhonff do riot amount to more Ihaiv 40 of

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

Estate of Mary C lepper, late of K. Donegal Township, dee'd. IT ETTERS of administration on . the above es-I j tatc having been granted to the undersigned, all pprsoua having claims or demands will present the sumo duly authenticated for settlementand those indebiful. will in'abe payment, withoutdelav to NICHOLAS CLEPPER, " JACOB GIL MAN, Jan. ll-7t-50.) Admrs. East Donegal twp.

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

IVotice. "VyOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Adminj_\ istration upon the Estate of William Glutz, dee'd., have been taken out by the undersigned, residing in Lancaster, city ; and all persons having clriims upon the'KstiUe of said deceasedare requested to make known the samft without delav. CATHARINE GLATZ, Administratrix. Lan. Jan. 4, 184S. - . 49-7t

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