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

To Uouaekeei>ei-8. rrYHL sub cnber invite purcha ers-of all or im X kindfa oi DIIY GOODS rcquncd iu housekeeping, tu call and examine their stock which its conftued exclusively to those articles, comprising in part all kinde of Linen and Cotton Sheetings,'Quilts, Blankets, Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, Tuwelings, Tickings, Table and Piano 'Covers*, Furiijture, IHmities and Chintzes, embroidered and low priced Curtain Muslins, ^Vorfeted Dama sk and Moreens, Domestic Muslins,"fcc, &c., together with a large stork of all kinds of Flannels, and the best styles of Irish Linen, whi«h they import direct from ' the most celebrated bleachere. By excluding Press Goods from their business, they are relieved from the necessity of asking high prices at Ihe commence ment of the Beason to compensate for losses consequent uji&n cliangea of fashion us the season advances, and will sell at the lowest possible grade of profits aa the surest means of extending their busi...

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

to Oliver Kvans' SalamanderFire & Tklef Proof Irou Chests, ^TTARnAXTKD equal any other make, and Y-V.t have neccr been injured by Fire or Biirrlars, in a single instance. He also keeps oh hand u full supply of Common Chests , made of lighter iron, at lo^yer prices. ' , ¦ ¦ .. .Letter ' Copying Presses and Baois. ; TrucksTfpr StoreR, Factories, &c. : , Druggists Presaea. ; -: ~ . Eagle GlasB Paper. ' 1 Portable Shower Balha, &c. j Pacing Levers. ! Hoisting Machines. V RefKg^rit prs and WaUrTihefs. ' . ; ; . OLIVER EVANS, 61 South' Second st, below Chestnut, Phila. REFRIGERATORS for cooling and preserving Meat. Bcrrxa, SIhk , and all articles intended for Culinary purpoEeH." : -.' . ,-. -. WATER >f ILTERS. ^-oiivef Efins1 -celebrated \yi«r'Mt»»i Tor ¦ purifying water that is blacki.h or jnoday'wtewer.by rains' minerals, or otherwise; can b^tad of. alle«eB in4 .ftteca, at the *«rerooirift-irorSl, SeSthSecond^treet, two dboraf ' -belowOhe »tirat,;P...

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

.Salisbury Handle 3Iuuiiliictoi y I and Turning .11111. r 11111. subscribers tender then- thanks to then X friends for the patronage extended 10 them in the business in which they are engaged, and respectfully solicit a continuance oi their favors. They now inform their friends " and the public generally, that they mill continue to: manufacture at their establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike, " one mile east of Kinzer'H and one mile north of the Gap,) Broom, Iliush, Hoe, Shovel and Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and sawed, Palling, Bench ScrewB, itc. They have aUo, an excellent Turning Mill connected with their establishment, and arc prepared to do dll kinds of Turning in wood, such an Porch c olumiia, Cabinet, Coach and Wagon Turning of all ltinda with proinpluan and despatch-. ! The) have now on hand a lot of seasoned lumber, niuiuhle for CaliimM Mukeru nae, wliipli will be mined 10 oidi'r01 di»piucd of ou icir.oniiblo wtnia. Al'.o, a l...

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

" .Serui-c tbe Shadow ere the Substance Fade/' C1 OI.MNS* Celebrated .Sky-Light Dagiiern'otypri:, / Two Silver ileJals .iivarded at the Fair o ' lllic Franklin and'American Institutes, for ihe beat and tnosi artistical HpecimenHof DapueireotypePorlraita. Tim reccnl iuiprovemrnt made by the aubsoribera, and which ir. feiuliar to ihrSr e.'t ' Mithnunt alone, \iv.: an.upper liRlit, hm rernimd the hiiiUc.it u--rtii(iiiiPiid.ilion3 Tutin Ihe l'te.s. -) , anil alito wriili'ii teHtituonialH from the firsjt. artist: in t)i«! rounli'V, ,m W ii« (',r>>»l miperiorily over the umial jiiilv liuh ' t. Tlii' )ioeuliav advaulami of ihia li,ilit in >fi:n »hc natural ^fprtt^nion of iho ovf rmt bf^ obtainetl ttosv nioro (let'foclly than herelolbru. Cillimii nnd Mr.uigeiH an> r^jpeclfullv invii.tt, whtthrr dfsirin i! |iiHti;illa nr mil, to visit ' mir sp.trioiiH gfill^rifn, probably th"1 lai^est nud mtt^i e\- ten^iivi- in lite Onited Statcti,and exaiuintt for ihem-,*lv...

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

Jloor* & BlNdon, Mei cuaut Tailoi-s "VTO 70 South Third Street, nearl} opposite tht j_l Eicliage, Philadelphia (H b Moore, late ofthe firm ofKobb, \Vioebrener & Qo-J Respectfully announce to their, friends and thp. public that they art constantly prepared to make to order, of thf. fineut aud best material a, and at moderate prict:;, every article of Fashionable Clothing, conatiip'iing * Gentleman's Wardrobe, for which their t mplett stock of choice and c refuilj elected clf.tha, ci imere , ve Lm^o, kc , oi tht- Ule^t and most desir.ibje patterns, are particularly designed. Their own practical knowledge of the bumiiearf nd a per oual attention to every garment enable them to give entire satisfaction, an.d to both old and iiew cuitooiers they respectfully tender an invitatio to five iliera a call Having been for years connected wiili some of the beBt and most fachionable csrabliahmeots in this country, employing none but fim-rate workmen, and being in the constan...

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

FarmeiV Bank of 'Lancaster. DECEjfllEB 27, 1847. LIST of unclaimed di\idends and deposites on the books of this Bank, published agreoably to an act of Assembly :— _ .: . DIVIDENDS. John Potter, deceaaetl, - : 1 ¦ Khare, S.4^,75 Catharine McMutrie, -1 shares, ld,00 Mary Cramer, - ' ' SI " 24,75 Jacob Black, . , ' . 2 •' " .. .3,pO W. Hamilton, (miller,) dee'd, 3S. " 38,00 Thos. ' Wenu, deceased, 26 " 26,00 J. B. Hubbs, (guardian,) ' 7 ' " ^ 10,50 DEPOSITES. ; . ¦ '"- , .. ; ; " Catharine Burkhatdt ,. . .' '' s3B,06 Henry Deidrich, deceased, 250,00 Maitin3IiIler, deceased, 32,G9 Orphans' Court of Lancaster county, 322,29 Jo' Kn Peterson, ¦ i " 100,00 . ¦ • .; :¦ - v - ;. : p.jCtARKSpN,eaahier.;; Sworn ani-Bufacribed Decembei27,.i847j coram. .. J. C. f&V CAMP , AJd ' ennan. Jan. 4, 1848. 49-4U '

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

Cueap «at«lies and Jewelry. AT ihc " Philadelphia W'aleh antl Jew- £2£ ^ elrv Store," 90 North Second Street, WIPX corner uf Quarry. « gkfi. »?jw Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled, IS carat cases, ---. . _ $.15 00 Silver Lever Watches, lull jewelled, .'t3 00 Silver Lever Watches, seven jewels, 18 00 Silver Lepine Watches, jewelled fmctjt quality, . . .. ii 00 Superior Quartier Walclie^, - - 10 00 Imitation Quartit.-r Walt-hew, - o 00 r.oltl Speclaclea, - " - - - . 8 00 Tine Silver Spectacles, - - - 1 7y (iold Bracelets with topaz .stones, - 3 50 I.adiea Gold Pencils, 16 carals, - 2 00 Gold Finger-rings 37{ cents to sS; Watch Glasses, plain, 12J cents; patent, IS. '; Lunet 25. Other articles in proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are sold for. O. C'OivRAD. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers, Lepines and Quartiert; lower than the. above prites. September 6, " ' 1S47. f f 10-ly

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

E. 91. HAHURICaiT, MERCHANT TAILOR, would most respectfully inform his friends antl the puldic that he has received at his room, for -.v number of years occupied bv Gotleib Halbach, tlcceascd, as a shoe store, iu North Queen street, next door to the Examiner 4c Herald olficc, a large assortment of ready made CLOTHING, of every variety; cut and made iu the latestfall and winterstyles. He would also inform his friends and the public that,he pays particular attention to customer work, and is prepared to make to order all articles in his line, in the latest antl most fashionable style, ami on the most reasonable tcrlns. .Scouring and Renovating attended to on tho shortest notice. He pledges himself to give satitjfaction lo all who may wish garments renovated and scoured, lie desires to present his acknowledgements for pat?t favorh and solicitsa continuance ofthe public1 fiivoi. E. M.MAMBRIGHT. September 21, 1847. 35-tf

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

KKMOVAI,. TUNGERICH Sc SMITH, Whol.^al..- Croceis, fJ No. 223 Market street, north side, between full and 6th streets, firpt door below b' th. Having r«-iaofed from the old stand . No. 12 Decatur afreet, to the spacious house, No. 223 Market-street, thr-v trader tlinir praieful a<*kiio\vledgemenis lo their hind.friends in tUe my and count v of Lancaster, for the very liberal paironage they have oiijoved. The new location affording them many ' fiicilitios not previously possessed, enables them to ofler to Merchanvs and dealers cwUUlic.n:tl inducements iu give.them a call in their new place. Their stock is hr;avy and Iiri3 been pelected with great care, they an1 enabled to sell on the lowest possible turnip. .-To1 all country produce entrusted to them, thev will de,\ote thrir attention and makespeedv returns. • September 1, 1S47. -: ' is

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

i»r, Roby's Brazilian Hair Ciirirni ,.¦ . ¦ ' '•' ¦ • »¦;. . " -.:- JUqnld.'f " . '•;" -;?,. ¦ •' - - ~\,n~ TTTIfAT: thousands^ chemists hay> long Sftit Y J eiperimeiitinj upon, but without succenjhas at length been accomplished BylDr^Kobyj' ofPISil. adelphfaj -To prepare an article in ' libuidJ^fbiSf: free from oil >; or greasy or sticky; substances,-which " will' curl the; hair without changing JUT color1 «iid. weakening ' tbe bulbs, has ^ Jorig Ibeea!the- jrfiidVi' JST: ' our most celebrated chemists. -1-TbiB ^sefoL art ' if - aione combined in :Dr; Rob y's Briiilinn Hiir'Cirling Liquid,.\which ensures " to every " body ' ¦ :>*' . , Bi*iflowtnJf - riiigTej t anj-jhe' w^linu curT:" ¦" -1' -- 1fH'^ . PrejpKed,only"b' yjSTbii5 '' tc CtS., sole prpptHtJoii " Sold by i1 * "^ :JUtfi^%=iAGfeiiS» ^ * 1 *9 17 >«i29.1y] Uorth &^St * l£g&ri

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

Keiuoval. GE O. SPLJRRIER would respectfully inform his friends^ customers, and the public in general, that he has removed hip Clothing Store from his old stand nest door to the Post Office, to one door south of John Bear's Printing Office, and nearly opposite'J. Michael's Hotel, at the sign of the Big P.\nts, where all would do well to call that wan U. buy CHEAP AND WELL-MADE CLOTHING. i&" Customer's work attended to at the shortest notice, and made in a^-orkmanlike manner. Don't forget the place, sign " the Big Pants, dec 7 '47-45-tf] GEO. SPURRIER.

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

Q ADPLERY HARDWARE.-—Just receirtd * OheaTy:; stock JSrisaaaiBry^of-all kinds, and for tale at.Philadelphia, prices by ¦ jan 26-^2] " 8TKINMAN fc SON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

ittiscellaneou0. Imprisonment for Debt, or The Law of Arrest, Rl E. L. BttVKB. Once on a time there lived at Hamburg a certain merchant by the name of Meyer; he ^va8 a good little man; charitable .to the poor, hospitable to his friends, and so rich that he was extremely respected in spite of hia good nature. Among that part of his property which was vested in other people's hands, and called "debts," was the sum of five hundred pounds owed to him by the captain of an English vessel] The debt had been so long contracted, that the worthy Meyer began to wish for a new investment of his capital. He accordingly, resolved to take a trip to Portsmouth, hi. which Captain Jones was then residing, and take that liberty which in my opinion should, in a free country, never be permitted, viz: the liberty of applying for his money^ . . Our worthy merchant one bright morning found himself at Portsmouth ; he was a stranger in that town, but .not altogether unacquainted with the English lang...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

1 A Brandy and Peppermint Party broken up. 'Mick Mallen,said the Recorder. 1Yes, sir,' said a man iu the box, with a sunburnt face, no coat and teedy trowsers. ' You we charged, Mr. Mallen,' said the Recorder, ' with beating your wife.' 1 0 faix, yer honor,' said Mick, ¦ Ihe.batin' was all the other way. Whoever was fightin', I resaved the blows!1 • Yis, I'll swear ye struck me, ye desavSn' thief, ye ; and 111 swear me life aein -Mary Martin, the hussy, too.' This was uttered by a woman with a very red face, and a very sharp nose, and a very; fighting ' sort of an eye, who proved to be the spouse of Mr. Mallen.* ' Oh, ye're a darlint,' said Miek. ' Blur-an'ages! isn't it a pitv I cant get a repair- of the union from your i . . . 1 State your complaint, madam, ' said the Recorder, ' and do so in a quiet and collected manner.', ' 0 to be Sure I will, yer honor,' said Mrs. Mallen, looking shillelaghs at Mick—' to be sure I will.— Well, as. soon as me lad there come home from work...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Or. Iloofland ' s / " 1ELEBR.ATED German Medicines are without \j a rival lor (he cure of" (he following diseases, ll taken according to directions, they will cure any case, no mailer who or what else has failed. Vegetable Rheumatic Pilis, for the permaueni cure of Rheumatism, Goui, Gangrene, Aysteria, and severe Nervous affections, and are highly recommended for the cure of Dropsy, Humoral Asthma, and Neu-. ralgta. l'atiems using them, in mo-t caeca experience benefil soon after the first do.-e, they quiet the nervous system which enables them to rest well during the night. They never-tail to effect a cure when taken according to directions. No outward application can permanently remove Rheumatic Puins from the system ; Ltnements sometimes act as u pa'iaiive for a short period, but thereie always danger in iheir use; they may cause the pain to leave one place for perhaps a vita! part, or eUe where ihe pain will be more acutR. Gebuan Bitters, for (he permanent cure of Liver Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Frenchman and tbe Horse Jockey. A Frenchman in the country, who was little acquainted with horse jockies or horse flesh, was grievously taken in by a cheat, in the purchase of a' steed. He gave one hundred dollars for a miserable jade of an old mare that had been fattened up to kill; and she turned out to be ringboned, spavined, blind,and wind-broken. The Fienchman pretty soon discovered that'he had been used up in trade, arid went to request the jockey to take back the animal and refund the money. 'Sure,' said he, 'I'ave fetch back de mare-horse vat yott sell me, and I varit de money in my poi-ket back.' j •Your pocket book!' returned the jockey; feigning surprise ; ' ' I don't understand you.' ' You no stand under me!' exclaimed the Frenchman, beginm ' ng'.to gesticulate furiously; ' you no stand under me? Sare, you be one grand rascalle—you lie like Sam—like Sam—vat you call the leetle mountains ?' ^ ' Sam Hill, I suppose you meaiu' :Oui, monsieur—Sam de Hill—yeB, sare, you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

"ft net ihlN the Wri#H«<*'* fjan f» mm mmf Hmm^ywm mm\n Md pflflffliiiiiflfte W\W{ «M" ?WfjifP« .wiih niiMriflW thw F-anW ii9f sflBYf-f ftwt. \i1th t mw wi-atom wWfh -thff wt? M, jfftftft'ttf '.w w flersrand, the pnqu.jry -jyer ;$$ ifflQn jass^ rp,\mt|—," Js not this the carpenter'-i sjinf1" ' • " Nrt i yJtjhi-a w» Idistingujshed enmigh to silence , no iroWcjf \vm\- derfiil enough to tfrown, this expreispp gf surprisi. i that one descended from an bi»nble;labor«i;iihpuU assume to dispute with doeWr* in the tetrtple, or questionjthe propriety of-institiitions,1 \\! hiill were defended by wealthy rabbis, and' mitred piiests.— Everywhere, keeping pace, with .the. wonders he .wrought;, resounded in half scornful tonestrie query —" Is not this the carpenter's son Y' T ~~ Had he descended immediately from kings and princes-i-nad he come dowrn rroiri the1 palaces of the rich,: to ' commence his mission arnbng: mendoubtless the lo'rds of Jerusalem would have followed arid adore...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Wi duHeiM Indian f egetable Pftttftppftt ¦OLSONS ifflwM wtti AwIWrl MiBg'B mu F Vmpii feiHiwss. em mm .Ptew ¥mh wpym! ^iiPMP8*flF.Hhy pPF ^^^11! wmv hM)Mmww«inp mm m wmsm tojm m Nlflyvrng wnnHpH!1 *?! in prftflf «1 %* wm^pffHi prppertien «f tlte fl^pvp ww$H Tn^ipiH^- !M Iftat a «i^p ip atatmnpnVof tye fup^s wii$ty fail of convincing those who are dai|y imposed upon by certificates which owe their existence to the fertile imaginations of their writers, a living witness in the person of Mr. Brooks {whose case is mentioned below, )may be seen at our office, No. 1, Murray St., New York, where he has kindly consented to remain for a few days for the satisfaction of those who require occular demonstration. READ ! READ ! / READ ! ! / Wethe undersigned, having visited Mr. Iuaac Brooks, Jr., at the office of Messrs. Rowand & Walton, 376 Market St., Philadelphia, consider his case the most remarkable one we have ever witnessed or heard of. ' . His disease was Scrofula, and terri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Wages of E^ibor. The bank Aristocracy are* in the constant habit of telling the people, that they would be in a much worse condition, if it were not for the; immense.aid they are deriving from the mmned "corporations of the country! . This is an old trick of the privileged class, and has not even the meritol' .novelty to cloak its sophistry. Menenius Agrippa, in behalf,;©C the Patricians, told the Roman people, when they had retired to Mount &tcerr that they could not by any possibility get-along without their task-masters, the nobility! .All- impartial* historians now. agree in the opinion, that trie people of. Rome bore too long the misrule and tyrannyVdi " the Patrician order.— Future historians will record also, that the Americans have endured too long, and too patiently the abuses of the Banks—and that it would have been immeasurably better for the prosperity of the ^laboring and producing classes, j!' the Paper money system had never been engrafted upon our insti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Select po&m. Witlimd Twkji. BY THE LATE HRS.jJAj&ES 0RAY. What do ye here, ye withered irees-? ¦ The sun and the vernal rain,t <. L And the Boftening breath of theapring-tide breeze, . Revive ye not again ! ¦ j Why do your leafless branchesispread O'er the fair bough's bud andiblooni, And hang o'er the bright youngVsapling'B head, Like prophecies of gloom? V Why do ye stretch in the sunny, air, As if stripped by the wintry wind And the light andjoy of Summer share, : Thit ye cannot pay in kind ?, Why do ye cumber the smiling earth, A ' nd shadow the thick green.graBS ? Make way for the young shrub's leafy mirths Pass, from this bright world pass.! " There came a sigh from the withered boughs, * . A murmur, and a moan ; < Like a rustling wind o*er the crisping snows In winter, was its tone. It seemed to say, "Alas! to thick Of man 's ingratitude; That we from his sight are bid to,shrink— .. We, monarchs of the wood ! " W.e used to be as green and f...

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