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

Doctor Yourself* for "45 cents. TJY memiH of the POCKET jESCULAPIUS , or _O Every One his own Physician ! Seventeenth Edition, with upwards of One Hundred Engravings, showing private diseases in every shape and form, and malformations of the generative system, bv Wm. Young, M. D. The time has now arrived, that persona suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victims o.f Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained m this book any one may cur*? himocif, without hindrance to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth the usual expense.. In addition to the general routine of private diseases, it fully explains the cause of Aian hood's early decline, with observations on Marriage —bf^idrs many other derangements which it would not be proper 10 enumerate in the public prints. $J~ Persons residing at any distance from Philadelphia, can have thia Book forwarded to them through the Post Office, " on. the receipt of 25 centa, directed to Dr....

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

REMOVAL. TUNGERilCH &¦ SMITH, Wholesale Crnon*, tJ No. 223 Market street, north side, hetwi-en Oth and Cdi streets, firatr door below 6th. Having removed from the old stand, No. 12 Decatur street, to the spacious house, No. !i23 Market street, they tender their grateful acknowledgement* to ther kind friendsi in the rity and countv of Lanrasurr. t"«i the very liberal patronage they have enjuved. The new;location affording them many Tuiriliiie* not previously, pos*esst-<r, enables them in offer lo Merchants and dealers svdilitional induc-inertis to give them a call in their new place. Their stock is heavy and Ills been selected with great rare, they are enabled to sell on the luwe.it possible !ermn. To all country produce entrusted to them, they will devote their attention and make speedy rf'turna. September 1, 1S-I7. " IS Clieap ^Vatclics and Jewelry. A T the '- Philadelphia Watch and Jew- |? £L j\_ elry Store," 96 North Second Street, Wu%i corner ot'Quarry. w£...

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

Every man hti own Gas Manufacturer, R. S. R. MDREWS, "TT^ARJl AIR FURNACE and Cooking Range » ajanufacturer, No.. 82 North Sixth street, Philadelphia. Haviug purchased from the American Assignees of the Patent Domestic, Gas Apparatus, the rights for the States of Pennsylvania- Delaware and Maryland, informs his friends : and the public, that he in now ready to furnish them with Stoves fitted up for the purpose, by winch every person can manufacture his own Gas with but trirling expenses over the outlay.. The construction of this apparatus is such that it may be attached to Stores alfcady in use ; also to Cooking. Ranges, Furnaces, Steam Boilers, or iu any situation where fire or light ia required. To manufactories, hotels, churches,-and public or private buildings, remote from any gas works, thi3 apparatus will be found a cheap and economical method of lighting as well as heating their apartments, without, any extra expense for fuel. ,. . Persons wishing to see the apparatus i...

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

PLEASE NOTICE. \JEW YORK CANTON TEA COMPANY.-X1 Philadelphia Stores, 81* Chestnut Street, next to the corner oFUd ' st. und 337 Market at., 2d door below 9th, north side. Choice Teas, Wholesale* and Retail. We are constantly receiving freuh and " imported Green and Black Teas, embracing the best selections this sulu of China. Our abundant, resources, great experience, and exclusive.,, attention to the Tea Trade, give us'peculiar facilities; consequently, we are resolved to sell Teas purer, more fragrant and perfect, for the respective prices, than any other establishment. Our principle of doing bnsinest, has. iu the course of six years, secured a connection throughout the United States, and wherever our Teas are aold they receive high commendation. Jfc^Reader give them a trial. ¦ The manner in which our Teas are packed (tlifwrapper next to ihe Tea in a heavy superior tin oil,) oflVrsijjreat inducements to dealers and families, as they are ho thoroughly secured from light and a...

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

(J3O- ^J^A4R^4AH b^ ^zr?! ': lystaccfctifr Tpwemy(m»£j %mK Minder, * and Blank Bwst Manvfactmer , Barntbvr£ 3Pa. f rpH£" subscriber respcctrollv informs hisJHendii 1 JL and the pubhc?tHkt he is ' now carrying on the abovebtfemessmine old stand, formerly occupied by Higtok & Qantmc As the taulduig has fbr the t last eight years bo^n conducted hy Turn, her flatters j himself that, by careful attention to business, he 1 will menu and st31 receive a continuancfe of the 1 patronage so liberally einoyed by the old firm t Particnlar attention will be pud t& the mling and binding of every description of BLANK BOOKS, , lor banks, connty offices, merchants, and- private in' t di\idnal«, ncit as Discount Ledgers, General do Discount Aote Books, Check Books, Tellers* Statements, Ticklers, Scratches, \yeck)v Statement-*, Letter Books, Cash Books, Copy Books" Jadgineut Dockets, Vppcaranee do Quarter Sessions do, 1- xtcution do Llection do , Orphina1 Court do , Nataralizatton...

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

Tlie Trial of Clirlst. THIS grand and imposing Exhibition of Statuary, representing the trial of ouri Saviour before Pontius Pilate, in a-group of 23 figures the size of life, splendidly dressed in appropriate costume, in now open for exhibition at the MUSEUM. Mr. Landis takea pleasure in announcing to the public, that this beautiful group has had his whole attention, together with that of several of the raoat talented artists for- some months past; and he flattera himself that fbr correctness of expression, combined with truthful accuracy, it will far eiicel any thing of the kind ever exhibited here. This, splendid group is the production of a. celebrated artist j and is intended to represent that moment in the Trial of our Savioinywhen Caiaphag say?] to him, *( I adjure thee by the living God that thou tell u a whether thou be Christ the son of God. " Jesus answers, ** Thou hast said: nevertheless I say'unto yon, hereafter shall ye see the son of man sitting oh the right'ban...

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

Hover's Flrnt Premium Writing Ilife. rriHE following testimony from distinguished In"tl stitutions speaks for itself. . ? University of Pennsylvania, > Philadelphia; May :U, 1847. \ *' Having tried, for ' Rome time the Block Ink, manufactured by Mr. Joseph E. Hover, we have found it well suited for manuscri pt by its running freely, and its exemption from coagulation. Its shade we are also well pleased with, ' \\\ E. HORN-ER, M. DV, Dean o! the .: Faculty and Profeasor of Anatomy. John Ludlow, Provost. ! Samuel B. Wtlie, Vice Provost. Henky Reed, See ' y of the Faculty of Arts. Rosweli. Parks ' , Profeasor of Natural Phil-: ¦ . ' = . ' osophy and CbemiBlry. W. W. Gerhabd, Lecturer in the Medical ¦ . r Department. * Pennsylvania Medical College, Philadelphia. We fully concur in 'the above. Samuel Geobqe Morton, M. D., Dean of J the Faculty. Central High School, Philadelphia. A. D. Bache, Principal. A. Hi McMurtbie, M. D., Prof, of Ana. American Fire Insurance Company, Ph...

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

^?^S^^ SS S ^^^^^^ fsmHPB 18 per pent. They now Shargp-for ^ / i t- -..: fce* 32 *ts v M&gyfr - - - 6* cte i' Small:?ic* -34 * ^parTe)-- 6?r» I LongpTimcr 56 " Agtfte-^ - -,86 " " ** > Bourgeois- - 40 •< JfcarJ^ - - $tj» < Brevier - - ^ ' Diamond ^ - . £00 , , Determined to spare no eipensjTuf nutking their establishment as complete as possible, they ire getting up a uniform Series of the celebrated Scotch Fades, which ire anequaHed for beauty and dura- ' b f litv, and which fhey feel assured will meet with ] general approbation Several sizes are now ready Having recently \ mi ted Europe for the purpote of procuring every improvement in their line of business, they nqw offer a greater variety of Fancy Tjpe, Borders, Ornament*, &.c , &c ? than any other establishment in the United States; and their unpro\ed methods of^castiug, -and of prepanng metal, enable them to furnish orders in a manner to ' insure satisfaction ' Printing Presses ...

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

ilHBiBBWy**"- i '(JLAitaSoif jtvnH. OngKMAlje, and Might lie,' " Tftrft Amenciit EdiUonj -with'Additions ' - -S-fieinfe-tB elvmeutuy 'and interesting treatise on <*elf-KnowMlge-., -Containing short and ( ' nterlainmpar«icIe»*n "J' " food '3l6*rt Gland* Strength lilting. ' , - ^-Stoniach Nerves Kccreabon» JJigBStTon^ 13ver Brains Old 4ge Motodffe ' Lungs Mind Man ¦Secretions Arters 8enscs Woman % H&A - Veins Health Disease -" - - tus *c &c together with the Great Secret—Success in Life t Sow attuned—How to do good—Caiyies and Er Tecls oT Error—Habits—^Passions—Woman desenb" eA—Man described—Man' s Errors—Rich and Poor —Seies—Virtue and Vice—Yonlhfiil Errors—WonjEn io» made delicate!—Woman ' s Virtues, AmbitionVi&c.) &c. TJ»e whole designed for the noble purpose 01 rniprorag and extending education amongst the people, imparting valuable knowledge on the Pbyno'logy ofthe tinman frame, aid the 1a« s which govern mental and bsdilv health, fee ...

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

HI. A. Root'N Gallery of Daguei'i-eotvm?*. "VfO.; I40 Chestnut Struct, Philadelphia. Now id 11 tlit* time!' TIiohc who visit the cilv during tht; ChrititiDas and New Year's holidays shuiild not fail to visit the splendid Portrait Gallery of M. A. Ruol, 1-10 Chestnut street. There ia no charge for this interesting and beautiful exhibition, and the likenenries made bv Mr. Rout's newly improved Daguerreotvpe process are decidedly the most accurate and life-like ever taken, having been awarded premiums iii the principal cities, and in New York at the last exhibition of the,American Institute, the jirst mttlat for the bi 'ht Daguerreotypes, over all competition. While the pictures are such rich and perfect gems of art, our prices are the lowest possible with good" materials. Visitors should not neglect the opportunity of securing portrait* of the bsKt quality—-for such only will not fade. Prices $1 50, 82 00, $2 * 50, S3 00, $4 00, «5 00 98.00, $10 00, and upwards io S50 00, varyin...

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

Wotice. T yJ' GTlCE'iB hereby given, that Letters of Admin-X^j i^tration upon the Estate of William Glatz, dec*d., have been taken out by the .undersigned, residing in Lancaster city; and all persons having claims upon ihe" Estate of said deceased, are requeued to make known the same without delay, CATIJAR1NK GLATZ, Administratrix " . Lan. Jan. 4, 1848. ' . " 49-7t To the qualified Voters of the City of* Lancaster. IN pursuance of the provisions of the supplement to the Act, incorporating trie city of Lancaster, approved the 10th day of February,1843, the qualified voters of the said City are jhereby notified, that an election of an Alderman, o^ any citizen of said. city, qualified to be elected a member 0ftheII011.se of Representatives-of this Commonwealth, to serve as Mayor of said city, will He held at the Court House, in said City, on Tuesday, the 1st day of February ' nest. The said election to be conducted in the same manner and by tjie same officers as, elections of Sel...

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

For Reut. fTlHAT WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT, JL now occupied by J. Pennell, siiuai ' id on East Che J nut 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 Foundry, there is a large assortment of Flasks, Ladela, 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, ami all the Drills, Tapes, Dies, and Wrenches, necessary in tliia division of the establishment. There are, besides, three setts of Blacksmith Tools, two setti of Boilcrmaker'B Tools, and a largeand convenient shop for huilding boilers in.. These aliopj are situated immediately on the Columbia and Philadelphia Rail-Road, sn that every convenience is afforded forhaulingCo.il, Iron. Lum~ bei, or any thing thai may he required about the worku. w Thi...

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

Alienlowji Slotel and General Mage Office, F OR Philadelphia, New York; Reading, Bethlehem, Manch Chunk, F.aston, &c, &c. Corner of Hamilton street and the Market Square. DAVID STEM, respectfully announces to his friends and the public generally, that having purchased of Mr. Enos Weiss the fixtures belonging to th« above Hotel, and having also incurred considerable expense in otherwise tilting up,and improving it. is now prepared to :ifo«»««-J«i*7 th« traTeilIng community In " such a manner as wilt doubtless render general satisfaction. His TABLE is always supplied with ihe best the market affords ; the Bar with the choicest wines and liquors ; the Beds and Rooms are clean and comfortable ; and, in lad every thing is arranged with ;i view to the convenience and comfort of hi'a cus tomers. The Stabling'is large and commodious—and paitiiMilar attention ia invited to the fact that hia Ostlers are the most kind and attentive gentlemen "of their profession" to be ...

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

Agency of tlie iDelaware Mutual Safety Insurance Co., Plilla. CHARTER L'NLIMITKD. This Institution is . now doing buainesa on the Mutual Inatirancn principle, combined .with a Joint Stock Capital. Fire risks on inercharnii^e, buildings and other property, for a limited term or pertn.'tiitly, on the most favorable Vermc. ; Looses will be liberally and promptly, adjuated. ' .toy the Act of Incorporation the stork' io pledged fur the payment of any loiaeo which the Company may sustain, and as an additional eecuritv to the assured, the net requires that the profits m' the bubuieiBHhall be funded and remain with the coiporution as .1 gar ram e* and. protection to the assured against loia. - The anBurnl are proiccic-d from loss without any individual liability or responsibility for the loss ol the corporation. ¦ Directors: Joneph H. Seal, Ed. A. Souder, John C. Davit, RoberL Burton, John R. Penrose, feamucl Edwards, Henry(,Lawrence, Edward Darlington, UaUc R. Davis,^William Folweft,...

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

Estate ofl Or. Aba ' m. ISrcneman, Jr., deceased. Estate «f John Towiisencl, deceased. NOTICE io hereby given that Letters Testamentary on the estate of J y hn Townsend, 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 resides in the county of Chester, the other in ihe county of LanraBter. All persona having claim" ¦>' " <ic«wmis .ipiinut the csunr uf the salui deceased are requested to make known the same to thein without delay, .ind those indebted to make payment to either of tht subsi*iibera. JOSHUA 13. LINTON,. of Londonderry twp., Cheatf-r eo. AMOS TOWNSEND, ¦ dec 2a-6i* - Of Salisbury twp., Lancaster 1*0. LETTERS of Administration upon the estate ol Dr. ABRAHAM BRENEMAN,Jr., late of the city of Lancaster, deceased, have been granted to Anna Brt;ncm:in, residing in the city of Lancaster, and to H«nry M. Reigart, residing in the township of East HeuipnVId, in the county...

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

Adams &. Co 's Package Kvpress. i~1 ENpRAL AGENCY, Forwarding and Com-VX. xnisnion House, Philadelphia, Lancaster and Harrisburg. The undersi gned having made arrangements with the Eagle Line ibr special accommodations, ¦ are prepared to forward to and from Philadel phia, daily, parcels, packages, single cases nf goods, &c. iic. Articles for Columbia, York, Carlisle and ChaniberBburg-, will be forwarded irom Lancaster and Hartisburg by the regular convevaitcea. "Persona residing in the interior towns , which are oft'the main routes, can obtain packages from Philadelphia by directing them to the care of some one in any of thft above named plae.ee. Packages tor the Eastern, Western nnd Southern cittea, will be forwarded from the Philadelphia Ottice with great despatch, and at moderate charges. . The undersigned will give particular attention to filling orders forwarded (.o them by mail postaoe paid. When they are for gooda to * be returned by Express, no commissi...

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

¦ ' ' Life Insurance. P ' ENN MUTUAL LIFE-INSURANCE COMPANY, Ofl^ce No. 91 ; Walnut Street. This company ia now* ready to make Insurances on Lives, on the. mutual eystem, without liability beyond the amount of the. premium. All the profits of the Company divided annually among the insured. . . '- . ' i;he premium may be paid quarterly, sf-mi-annu-11, or annually, or one half of the pwiium may be paid m a note at 12 months. - IndmduaU insured in _ this Company, become members of the corporation, and vote for TrnsiPP. The Rates of PrenW, with.a full partieffin m the profits, are^ow as a ny other Institution in the State or Country, and lower than anv of the English Companies, with only a portion of ' the pro-**t8- ¦ " ...;. ¦ . ¦: ¦ " ¦ , • Blank applications for Insurance, with fid) particulars can be had-at the office. r - DANfEL MILXER, President I-WILLIAM'AI. CLARK, Vice-Prt*t. = jQH3f;\V-..HoswxRi Secretary^ -.- - . .- . .1. ZIMMERMAN, Agent ' . Lancaster, Pa. Jan. 4, 16|8 ...

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

^ ^^4^ps**7r^S w^^^^^S?m^?^^ m^^s&^^ im,jn ^-^^wBtiiie.'^Skiiio\ e^s ^nSd a. ftlljmppl j- of-CSmmon Ch&ts , ' totdt/or^ifhter - LettertJopjing fitase. aBd Bodki T " Tracks lor Storcs.Factonei.'fa;- ' *_* " <¦ DniEgSlu>Pr.S«fea ' ' " - *<- - < ElgleGIaarPapei ' v ' I Pot«*He*howerB»t'iw, fcc ' ' ' ' PadbngteTCrs <¦¦> '¦ HofstiDg ^fachmes *" Refrigerators and Water Filters "* , OtlVEH'EVAHS, 61 South Second st , below Chestnut, Phlla REFRIGERATORS for booling and preserying Miat, Buttte, Hnk, -uid all articles intended for Culmarr purposes WATER FILTERS.—Oliver Evans' celebrated; \\ ater Filters, Tor purifying water that is blackish or muddy whether by ramb, mmenis, or otherwise, can be had of all sizes and prices, at the Warerooms, No. 61, South Second street, two doors below Chestnut, Philadelphia. Sept 28, 1S47 ^ 35-ly

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

• Lancaster Tea Agency, For the sale of the Superior 7*&« of Jenkiris $¦ Company, Tea Dealers, Philadelphia: fTpH-E Subscriber has taken the Agency for the \_ sale of those excellent T E A. S—haa received and will he kepi supplied with a full assortment ot' Grepns*aftd Blacks of the various kinds and qualities; and which it is confidently believed will, on trial, speedily take the ¦preference in this community o.vpr all other Teas. Tln*y are in neaL packages of J, i, and lib, each, labelled with their name, the khiil oi" Ten and price, with a'metallic as well a.^ a papnr envelope for. preservation of the qualitv. having full weight of Tea in each. One of the Partners of the Concern ( who selects the Teas.) learnrd this difficult business of the Chinese themselves, havinp resided among them many years at Canton, engaged in the Tea trail p. Possessing this extraordinary aUvautage, the ability oi the Hnu" 'a unquestionable, and may be relied upon for furnishing, not only ...

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

Estate of Jacob IScjrg, a Lunatic. . In the court of Common Pleas for the Cuimty of Lancaster. "VT^HEREAS Jacob Heisey, Committee over the y V person and estate of said Jacob Berg, did on the 5th day of January, 184S,ifile in the office of ihe Prothonotary of the said Court, his Account of the said estate : Notice is hereby given 10 all persons interested in the said Estate, that the said Court have appointed the 7th" day of February^ 1S48, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be tiled. Attest: J. H. KURTZ, Prothonotary. Prothonotnry's Office, [ > Lancaster, January 11, 1S4JS. 5 50-4t. Estate of Mary C lepperlate of* K. Donegal Township/dee'd. LETTERS of administration on the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, all pereonH having claims or demands will present the same duly authenticated for settlement, -and those indebted will make payment, withoutdelay to NICHOLAS CLEPPER, ' •JACOB OILMAN, Jan. ll-7t-5U.] Admrs. East Donegal twp. "

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