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

Planes. UST received a full supply ot planes, consisting fj of E. W. Carpenter's and Factory planes, and for sale at reduced prices by jau 26-52 • STEINMAN & SON. IRI SH LINENS.—100 pieces just received direct from Boston, they are a great bargain, and well worth y the examination of every housekeeper. Tickings, Flannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for sale at remarkably low prices at the BEE HIVE, Sept. 21, 1847.—34 t Norfh Queen st. /CASHMERE PLAIDS,, for cloaks, dresses, &c. \J A large and well selected assortment, comprising some new and beautiful styles for children's wear, now opening at the New York store, oct 19-38 GRIEL, HART & GILBERT. CL OTHS! CLOTHS! Black, blue black,brown, green, and every other color from the best French and English manufactures, now opening and for sale at reduced prices at the N. Y. Store, oct 19-38 GRIEL, HART & GILBERT. XHE LADIES are particularly invited to call early and' examine those beautiful and rich JNET RIBB...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

ce Mutual JsiiewCnniihM^AtJa if ' the Company 'at QalUmty, TaskmtSSg, <fiS8. Number of Policies* issued by tSe^goiip&liy ia Januaiy l«t, J848, 1390 *¦ J Deduct number of Policies cancelled same date, *. ' ££&-Number of Policies in force, Jan. 1st, 1SJ48, 1138 Whole amount of Ibsurince effected on Policies issued by the Company to Jan 1st, 1848 3,243,643,50 Deduct amount of Policies surrendered during same period, 574,921,00 Amount of Policies in force at the above date, '. 2,668,722,50 4mount of premium notes depo ited with the Company to Jan uary 1st, 1848, 144,8o7,56 Deductamount of premium note: cancelled for Policies surrendered during same period, 27,141,4.7 Amotintof premium nntes'in force January 1 t, 1848, 117,716 09 Funds, of the Company. Ch. " ¦' ¦ - . ' By * balance in the hands of the Treasurer, Jan. 1st 1847, S181 85} l •' Amount of percentage received i from'Jan. 1st, 1847, io January 1st, 1848, 321 75 " Amount received i for Policies * ^ ...

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

WM \X* GISHfcfCOt.yautJ ^ g ' m^^aacMtarj «T'. .are H^^?«©S^^^^dlK3^ * G»AsW» Magmnne" , lint Jfinwiry, « cents ' -q? -threevAtgbuK-a. yeat.v 'Tiro copies, one jear .ftre I Gody* Xaoy* Jwl, firdajmarr, 35 centu, or One dolian » " jear Two copies one year, five -dollars*. >¦ . , - Petenoa's Ladies National Magazine, for January, 184 caft, or two- dollars a year. Thrse copies one year fin doDan. Union Magarme, ibr January, 2&cto, or 93 a year. Two, copies one year ?fi. No. 1 Songs for the People; a collec^on of National, Sentimental, and CouucSonga-arraiiged with notes and elegantly illustrtted. Published ninthly at f 3 per annum, cr 35c per number. The Horticulturist, 13 00 per inn The Cultivator, . 100 " Headley's Magazine, . . 2 00 . " The Fanners'Library, 5 00 '• The Whig Review, ¦ 5 00 • Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, ' 5 00 " Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 " The Edinburg Review, 300 ' . «. The Foreign Quarterly Review, 3 00 " The London Quarterly. Review, 3 00 " Th...

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

Franklin College. THE Executive Committee of Franklin College, at a late meeting adopted a number of new regulations and a course of study ; and directed an abstract of their proceedings to be published in the principal papers of " the city. The studies of the Institution are hereafter to be pursued in two departments, the Junior and Senior; and the time for the completion of the studien in the former to be two years, for the latter three.— The regular time for admission will hereafter be in the fall, at the commencement of.the winter session, in September; Tind none will be admitted at any other time of the year, eitcept, they be able to unite with one of the existing classes ; while each must undergo a ' satisfactory examination, in the presence of the Executive Cqjnmittee, upon the studies, requisite for admission into the department which he wishes to enter. Pupils passing from the puj^ic schooU or from the city, into either department of the College will be educated witho...

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

Books! BodUs! Books! MATTEUCCI'S Lectures on Living Beings.^—Lea & Blanchard publish this day—Lectures j ph the Physical Phenomena of Living Beings j by Carlo Matteucci, Professor in the University of Pisa ; with numerous wood cuts. Translated under the. superintendence of| John Perreira, M. D. F. R. S. In one very neat volume, extra cloth. " These lectures delivered in the University of Pisa, three ;years ago, have been received in Italy," in France, and by the best authorities here, as important contributions to physical science. Professor Matteucci has not only corrected the errors of previous editions, but has given Dr.iPereira the advantage of ihis own recent unpublished investigations, for :the purpose of the present translation, which thus, takes something of an original character. The book is easily translated, ' carefully annotated, and by Matteucci'a own desire, dedicated to Faraday."^—Exasiiker. . ; Also published this, day— ; Poisons, ' in Relation to M edi...

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

Bank ot" Chester County. ) jAXU.inv IB, 181b. J THE public are notified that the money stolen fr«in the President of this Bank has not been recovered, and that the Bank has issued new notes, differing from the old as follows, to wit: Ihe Fives, Tens, and Twenties, have printed, in Rerl ink. on ihe backs, a combination, lathe work design, with the amount of the notes in figures,and the words '• New Issue •• atrosa the middle of the design. The Fifties ami Hundreds, of former i3r,uea, were printed in black ink—the new issues are ^ printed in red ink. . -t The Five Hundreds have lot the Vignette, three male figures in the front ot" the picture, one of them sitting on a block1 of stone—a medallion head, with 500 on it, to the .right of the vignette. ' - The left end of the not,"1 lias :i head of Washington, with 500 abo^e and b*|ow. Th,'- right end has a full length female figure-, representing Ceres standing on a square lathe work block, with the figures S00 in it. These are pr...

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

ljongenecKer & Co., C^AIX the'attention ' of the public to their large /and splendid assortment of Dry Goods.. The mercantile relations in which they stand enable thejn to compete with any in their Tjumness. To the low price of their goods, (which arei selected with" great care and. taste,) i9 united the.greatest variety in styleB of all that-is new.and d'estfeable* Their stock of STAPLE AND FANCY J)BY GOODS is. the largest in the city. There is i great range for the indulgence of tie fincy, and it is with pleasure they can assert there;are few-of those who nave'favored them with a call that have left unsatisfied. , [nov 16 '47-42-tf Nevr Supply of Boots & Shoes !«A g Glim Shoes, ttc. fmj T11 K subscriber has. just received a- new. ^^^ suppl y of Boots, Sboes, Gum Shoes^ Jtc, at his stand, in Horth Queen Street, two doors above the Post Office, to which he invites the attention of his patrons and the public in general. .' ' He has a supply of Gum Shoes of eve...

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

THE RIGHTS OF WOMEN. ". The' rights of women "—what are they ? The right to labor and to pray. The right to watch while others sleep. The right o'er others1 woes to weep, The right to succor in distress, ' The right while others curse to bless ; The right to love whom others scorn ; The right to comfort all who mourn ; The right to shed new joy on eiirth. The right to feel the soul's hig h'worth. j Theright to lead the soul to God j Albfig the path the Saviour trod-— -i ; The path of meekness and of love, \ Th. 6 path of faith that leadg above ; \ T\\e path of patience under wrong, The path in which tho wpak grow strong ; •Such woman's right, and God will bless And crgwn their champio.ns with success. JEr -it is said that, under the instructions seat from Washington to Gen. Scott, the mint at the city of Mexico, and the Mints of Guanuaxuata, Zacateas, Guadalaxara. Durango, &c, will be putt iq operation.for . the coinage oi U. S. dollars and half dollars.> The av...

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

Books for Young Men. Hints addressed to the Young Men of the United States, by Rev. John Todd. The Young Man's Guide, by Win. A. Alcott , revised and enlarged. The Young Man from Borne, by Rev. John Angell James. Duties of Young Ven, by E. A. Chapin. Words to a Young Man's Conscience, by a Father. Lectures to Young Men on various important subjects, byHenry W. Beecher. Lectures to Young Men on the Cultivation of the Mind, the formation of Character, and the conduct of Lite, by Geo. W." Burnap. Letters from a Father to his Sons, bv Samuel Miller. : The Young V an's Closet Library, bii John Angell James, with an Introduction by Rev. Albert Barnes. , Addresses ftn the Duties, Dangers and Securities of Youth, by A. D. F.ddy. BiograDhy of Self-Taught Men, with an Introductory Kssay, by B. B. Thatcher. ' For sale at low prices. The subscriber!! have on hand a largfc assortment of the most approved Juvenile Books, to which they respectfully invite the attention of purchasers.—- Also ...

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

Art and Ingenuity Combined. MK.OWEN respectfully informs the Ladies and Gentlemen of Lancaster, that he will have the honor- of giving his highly celebrated and popular Entertainment, for-two weeks,at the Mechanics' Institute, as performed by him in all the " principal Museums in the Union. " FANCY GLASS WORKING. Commencing Monday 10, 1848. Hours of Eitiibition, 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 not he admitted! unless accompanied by their parents or guardian' s. : .' Mr. Owen will; forin.from common glass a great variety of useful and ornamental articles without the aid of tools or moulds. Such as Philosophical Instruments, Ships, Birds, Birds, Baskets, Pens, Deer, Dogs, Flowers, Cupids, or In fact any article which fancy dictates, (all of which will be for sale at reasonable prices.) Mr. Owen will als...

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

For Bent. ri-IHAT WpLL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT, I now occupied by J. Penkell, situated on East Chestnut street and the Railroad, in the city of Lancaster. The establishment comprises a Foundry, Machine Shop, Pattern Shop, Blacksmith Shop, and Boiler Shop, - Connected with the FouiTdry, there is a large assortment of Flasks, Ladcls, a Crane, together with the advantage-of a Hydrant, and every thing requisite to that branch of the works. Five Laths, one Boring Mill, one Upright Drill, seven Vices, a Grind-Stone, one Eight-Horse • Engine, and all the Dfills, Tapes, Dies, and Wrenches, necessary in this division of the establishment. There are, besides, three setts of Blacksmith Tools, two setts of Boilermaker's Tools, and a large and convenient shop for building boilers in. ' ¦ These shops »re situated immediately on the Columbia and Philadelphia Rail-Road, so that every convenience is afforded for hauling Coal, Iron, Lumber, or any thing that may be required about the workB. : . T...

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

* ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ jte^w! ^Ss&^tt&SS^^^S^HBRP&s&S&Sv&GatK&BSSBSaBs x <wr;<^Phe»narthan any otheratabl^egp^i: ci^oir'state -c- ^ ^ * r-. Be-Antea )&? poUie toeaU' aad.examinsJus stock, of fimsBed JUastels, MonomwFiln, TomB», Gr*ve«tones,ai|Ml,aU o.Jus coHecSon s£ Resigns fiir Monuments, Tombs, tec,, fcefbn purchisug elsewhere ym 16 Wfclte iCrape Shawls. ~~ T ONGi2fECKER.& CO , hare received a lot of XJ 'handsame White-Crape. Shawls of all paces and qualities to the most costly, which they will dispose of at small advances Also, anew lot of Jaris Embroideries, Needle Worked Collars, caps and laces, Silk Fringe, fee. A beaubiu] assortznent of Fancy Pzess Goods, Ginghams, Lawns, Balzorines, Bereges, &c., linen Plaids and Silk Ginghams. A beautiful lot of Bonnet Ribbons. LONGENECKER & CO., Corner of £ast King and Centre Square. Mav 25, 1847. 17-tf

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

.Commercial lie-cord. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. , REVIEW FOB THE WEEK EHDING JAN. 21, 1848. FX.OUR AND MEAL,—About 2500 btils. fair and good brands Flour have been taken at $6,25, 800 bbls extra at «e,62la6,75, and some 1500 bbls Western vraNew Orleans, at 85,87o6,6,12i, according to brand :8nd condition ; for city use, there is onl y a small business doing at 86,50a1, for extra and fUhoyi retailing brands, Rye Flour—No sales of any moment, and the.price nominal at $4,50. Corn Meal—There has been rather more doing s 1500 bbls Penn'a sold at 83 j 260 bbls Brandy wine at $S,25,and punbheons at 815,60, closing without animation, and-most holders anxious to sell. GRAIN.—We notice sales of about 9000 bushels good reds, Including about 4000 bushels interior Western at 126 ct*. Rye In modente request at HBadO ota. ConWSome 7000 bushels good yellow •old at B2ti84 cents, elating at the lower rate' Oati arc wanted, and fiOOO buehels sold at 45a47 cents Ibr Southern, and 48o49 cent* Air Penn'...

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

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^¦^^^^^^^^¦^^^^»^^^a*^Bi^Bia^Lai^i^B^^^^g^B^^^^g^bi^..^BSBsa - -^^mBBBSwSSs^^^ soo»s&m^po»a««teJ"W«#« ,ffor ti , QtuenttrutlateUUi;. T IFEofXadyBaehel RaMeBLife of Moham-±J. -m£d,#ataty,of1h&Jlfcucb BeTplaAon, Cvwr, per'sTaik, Iaf&«f Cyrus, Modem jTeruMtem, iatr -cicsf Jctujittlciii* SoIat System* JBieUrckl ^Kosycbs* Histpry of theWlidEnses . Jjre of%otaer History of M«n, Modern CivOilMum- AtSO, Leanuae to Thmt, Xeaming to Ted, Learoing to Act, The. Seaman and his Family, DiograniucaJ Sketches, FamUyScrapBookjKnowledgeofN^tare. Many of these are embellished richly with. eegraying« Price, in Paper Covers, 121 Cents The most flattering commendationi of tius-eene* of books hare been given by thejpufahc presi and by intelligent individuals m ihe United States as well as in England. Graham's .Magazine for February, Godey'slLadie's Book for " The Ladie'3 Garland << " Just received by Jddd & Murray, agents,...

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

Cheap 1?6oKn. At JUDD I t JWUBBJY'S CHEAP BOOK STORE, OPPOSITE the Post Office, North Queen street, Lancaster. Mtmeir cf Charlotte Elisabeth, from the close of her Personal Recollections to her death, by her husband—I,. H. J. Tonna , at 31t cts. Modern Infidelity—lie Errors illustrated and refuted, by S. M. Schmucker, A. W., Pastor of the First Lutheran.Church, Gtrmantnwn, Pa., $1.00 Life and Rtllgiom Opinion! and Experience of Madam Guyon and Feneloti, Archbishop of Cambray—by Thomas C. Uphitn. . 3 nt: at 1,76 "An Invaluable Work, a> illustrating the Philosophy and the practical worktngi of the higher form* of Rellgloui eiperlence." DoigtWt Rail Road und Oeton Stiam Navigation Quidf 96 pagca—wita .a, map 6f tho United SlaHi —¦only i ' ' ¦ - i Uicti. WtbtUr'i Sfcifonarij—Quarto. The complete work with larga addition*—only ' 16,00 Constantly r«o«l«lng a graat variety of Booki at wry low .pricai at.thaOhaap Book store. Jib-if. "-. " 6i.li

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

Be snre you are Kight, then go Ahead. ' ¦ ¦ npHlS is an excellent mono and should always J be before us—in all conditions of life—under all circumstances it is useful—bui how much more so to Ihose who are in search of GRAT BARGAINS in ihe shape of beautiful DRY GOODS, let them first find out where the •• BEH HIVE" is locaied—let ihem satisfy ibcrrselves that they actually are in the Bee Hive Stote, ihen, and only then can Ihey go ahead and buy, lor they will be sure to get cheap and goad gooilx-The spirit of ihc age is in kespLig with ihe above jlais •fBCiHB. Energy andTiuili can alonesatiMy the wants of the peopleol ihie enlightened-age. We are receiving daily NEW OOODS lor the HOLIDAYS;, every Father, iloiher, Sisier, Brother and all ihose who have neither should nt least call—if only io please on ide curiosity, and see Ihe beautiful goods al ihe Bae Hive, N'orih Queen street, 10 doors nonh of she Pi»t Office. CHAS. E.WEHT?^ BRO. 4ec? , l ' | 47-tf

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

Charles Stokes, Globe Hall of , Fashion. . NO. 296 Market StreetPhiladelphia. Clothing —a necessary and useful article, it well becomes every one who buysitt before purchasing, to look and see where it can be bought the cheapest. I am satisfied, (and readeryou will be) if you fever me with a call and look over my stoeit o( goods, you will not only buy yourself, but tell your (Heads where cheap clothing can be had and they will do the same.: If you come i to the Globe Haft of Fashion, and do not find goods twenty percent cheiper thatt any store In the eltyl Uhlok you will •ay d»t(tcn«rd Taylor neyor; whlpp«a the Mwicam | I think he never dono anything «lie, W A Alir-took of Closing luHed V.h. counry trs.de, which tho m»roh«nti and othtri'ira Parcularly Invited to mmlno, ' CHARLES STOKES .... ,_ .:: . Globi Hill of FMhloB.Ma Market Sdoori b* low Ninth. \ 9hU»,H|.»,.!4?. - ,ai.«mo.

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

Marietta Property. ELIGIBLE BUKINKXS LOCATION AT PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuance of the last will of John Roberts, ol ;thtj Horough of Marietta, deceased, the undersigned will expose to public Bale, on TUESDAY, February 1st. 1848, at the public? house of Jacob Rigler, in said borough, the following properly, viz: 37 Lots of'Grountl, laid out by John Myers. 3 Lots of Ground, laid out by Jacob Groan. 6 Lots of Ground in the centre of said borough. Some of said lots have brick and others frame DWELLINGS thereon—more minutely described in bills posted. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., when terms will be made known by A. E. ROBERTS, > „ JOHN ROBERTS, } '- xe^utor£. N. B.—The location of the lots may be seen upon plans, at the office of Wm. Chiles, Esq., in said borough. January 25, 184S. . 52-11

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

French Mcrluoex. JUST opened nil ihc desirable shade* of those splendid TIIYBET CI.OTHP so mnr-h in de mand at present lor cloaks and drepses—warranied from ihe celrbrnii'd liirimy ol Lupens & C,i. Al Ihe DEE HIVE, North Qui'cn meet, on id ' _ 3S To Nhoe itlukci'N. THF. subscriber ha» a first-rate workman from Philadelphia, who makes and rf pairs all kind« of Shoe Makers Tool«, whirli will ha done al ihc lowest prices, and warranted to work wull. dec 42-47 H. C' ^ LOCHKH. _ 184T. No. SO. 1 00 bhlB. (i and J barrels; New Mackerel, received and now selling off at the lowest priceB al No. 80, North Queen street, 2 souatcs from the Court House, and immediately under the Museum, bv [sep 7-32-3m] PINKF.RTON & SMELTZ.

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

Lancaster County Mutual Insurance Company. AT a meeting of the members ot the Co., held at the . office, at Salisbury, January llthj 1848, the following persons were elected Directors for the ensuing year: Dr. Samuel Duffield, Henry F. Slaymaker, A. K. Witmer, James Buyers, T. S. McIIlvain, David Graff, T. S. Woods, Joseph B. Baker, N, E. Slaymaker. Dr. Samuel Duffielp was unanimously re-elected President, and Henry F. Slaymaker Secretary of the Board ; and Dr, Samuel Duffield, Henry F. Slaymaker, and Janies Buyers, Executive Committee. The following persons were appointed agents to receive applications for the Company: Wm, Noble, Jos. Konicmacheb, J. S. Witm^h, Dr, Esaias Kinder, Joseph McClpbe. jan 25 1S48 52-lt

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