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

Salisbury Handle Manufactory and Turninsr Mill. riHIK subscribers tender their thanks to their _ I friends for the patronage extended to them in the business in which they arc engaged, and respectfully solicit a continuance of their favors. . They now inform their friendd and the public, generally, that they still continue to manufacture at their-establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia nnd Lancaster turnpike, one mile east ot Kinzer's and-one mile north of the Gap,) Broom, Brush, Hoe, Shovel and Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and sawed, Palling, Bench Screws, &c. They have also, an excellent Turning Mill connected with their establishment, und are prepared to do all kinds of Turning 111 wood, such as Porch Columns, iCabinut, Coach and Wagon Turning of all kinds with promptness and despatch. They have now on hand a lot of seasoned lumber, suitable for Cabinet Makers use, which will bu turned to order or disposed of 011 reasonable terms. AJao. a large lo...

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

" Secure the Shadow ere the Substance Fade. " CO LLINS' Celebrated Sky-Light Daguerreotypes. . Two Silver Medals awarded at the Fair of the Franklin and American Institutes, fbr the best and mnstartiBtical specimensof Daguerreotype Portraits. .The recent improvement made by the subscribers, and which ia peculiar to their establishment alone\ viz: an. upper .li g ht, hai received the highest recoinmendationB irom the Press, and also written testimonials from the first artists in ihc country, as to-its great superiority over the usual side li ght. The peculiar advantage of this li ght is that the natural expression of the eye can be obtained now more perfectly than heretofore. Citizens and strangers are respectfully invited, whether .desiring portraits or not, to visit our spacious galleries, probably the largest and most exlehsive in the United States, and eiaminfi for themselves the aatonUhing improvements made by the subscribers in thic wonderful art. T. P. & p. C. CO...

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

Miller & Co.'s express. In their own Cars and in charge of Messengers. I S now running daily between Philadelphia, Lancaster, Columbia, Wrightsville, York, Baltimore, South and West, and also from Philadelphia to New York, North and East, for the forwarding by mail trains of valuables, parcels, bundles, light boxes and the transaction of any commissions entrusted to them at very reasonable rates. The Express leaves Philadelphia at midnight, jthua enabling persons sending by it to have their [orders filled and received the following morning.1 ~ A messenger always accompanies each car, who will receive and delivej at all the offices on ihe way. : ; - The proprietors wish to make their line a general public convenience and pledge themselves nothing shall remain undone which the public convenience may require. , All goods niuBt be marked hy " Miller ' & Co.'s Express." iCHAfi. NAUMAN , Agent for Miller & Co.'s Express, Railroad Office, LancasterJ , .99 Ches...

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

\ew Iron and Steel Store. THE subscribers, Importers and dealers in Foreign and American Iron, beg leave to c:tll the attention of purchasers of Iron and Steel, to the new aasortment of Swede, Norwegian, Refined, Cable and Common English Iron, whicli they now have and are constantly receiving from Europe direct. Also, American Iron, consisting of Hoop, Band, Scroll, &c. English, Russia, and American Sheet Iron ; Small Round and Square Iron, from 3-16ih and upwards Boiler and Flue Iron, Hrirse Shoe and Nail Rods, Axle Iron, various sizes ; Locomotive, Tire and Railroad Iron; Angle Iron, Hall-ruund Iron, &cc. .Spring and Blistered Steel, from best stamps of Swede Iron ; Cast and Shear Steel, &c, all of which they offer at the lowest ratea, tor cash, or at s\i months for approved reference, and to which they invite the attention of purchasers, before replenishing their stocks. Also, Pig and Bloom Iron received on commission, on which advances will be made....

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

Besnre you are Kigbt, tben SO Ahead. 7MIIS is an excellent mono and sifould'always he before us—in all condhions of life—under all circumstances ii is useful—but how much more so io 1 hope who nre in search of GRAT BARGAINS in the shape ol beautiful DRY (JOODS. let them first finiUout where ihe *• BEE HIVE" is located—let ihem saiisfy ihemselvea that they actually are in the Ree (live Store, then, nnd only iheii can they go ahead and buy, lor they will be sure ii> ge' ehiap and good good/. Tlie spirit nf iho age is iu keeping wiih the above plun truths. Energy and Tiuth can alonepatUfy ihn warns of the people ol ihip enlightened age. We are receiving daily NEW GOODS for ihe HOLIDAYS; every Fn'her. Mnihir, Sister, Brother ami nil llmse who have neitjier should al leusi-cali —if-nnlyiio please an idle curioMUS and see the beuUl.ful i;oods tit ihe : -e IJivr, " North * Queen sireei, Klloiirs nonli ol im.* Pent Office. CHA.S'E WKNTZ &- BRO. 'Iec/21 , 47-1 f .. » j ...

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

Moorer&Rlsdon, ItfercbaatTailors *Vf O; 70South ' 'Third>Sti:*{et,":n«arIy opposite the jy Exchagei Phiraaelphia: . (B. ' E. Moore, late of the fim of §p^7\Vmebreiier^& Co.) ' -Bcspect--Ailly'a^^^^;^T )b.efrJ JRi%n3ii!a: nd;.the public that they;we cprtfltintly prepared to make to order , of ihc fiiiest'and beat materials, and at moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, ' consti" tating a Gentleman's Wardrobe, Ifor which their complete- Block " of choice and carefully jjelec|ted cidlns^'caBBimeres, yestings, &c., of the latest and m>ii*t'desirable patterns, are particularly designed. Their own ' practical'k ' nojvjedge of the biiflineBR and a personal attention to every garment, enables them to give ejitrre Ba^ififaction, aiuf to both old and new custometfi (Key respectfully tender an invitation to give " them a feall. ¦ ' - Having been for yeara connected with some of the best and most fashionable establishments in thic cau...

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

Chai'lOK StokesGlobe Hall oi . Fanhlou. *VJ"O. 3Sitf M.irk« Rtrcf-l, Philadelphia. Clothing _Ll —u necessary and nael'ul article, it well becomes every one who buya it, before purchasing, to look and see where it can be bought the cheapput. I am satisfied, (ami reader you will be) if vi»n favor me with a call and look over my stock ot' floods, you will not only buy yourself, but tell your friends where cheap clothing ' can be had and they ' will do the same. If von come to the Globe Hall of Fashion, and do not find goods twenty per cent cheaper th.in anv store in the city, I think you will Bay that General Taylor never whipped the Mexicans! I think he never done anything else. {Kr A full slock ot* Clothing suited for the county trade, which the merrhanu and others are par-L'lilarly invited to examine. ' ¦ CHARLES STOKF.S; Globe Hall of Fashion, £96 Market 3 dours below Ninth. Pliila.aug. ill, 18-17. 31-6iho.

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

A Rare Chance! *T1HE subscriber offera at private sale, his „ J_ STORE STAND and DWELLING liOUSE, E9 attached, situate in Centre Square, Mount Joy JBJgL This property is pronounced by all to be decidedly the best store stand in Lancaster county, and has been occupied as such for tlie last ten years. Also, a Private Dwelling, with a shop attached, which would make it a v.cry desirable property for a sad» dlery, as the said shop has been occupied as such for a number of years, or any other mechanic, as it is one of the beat stands iii the village. Also, a Building Lot, suitable for commission merchanta,pr other business men, connected with the railroad. These valuable properties are located lira pleasant and central part of the village of Mount Joy, and will be Bold either separately or together, if desired by the purchasers. Ifthoabove properties are not Bold before the 1st of April next, they will be for rent. Apply to * SAMUEL BOMBERGE-R, jan 4 M8-3m] Lancaster , Pa.

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

i To Housekeeper*. rFiHE!subscribers mvrte purchasers of all or any X kinds of DRY GOODS required in housekeeping, to call and examine their stock which is confined eiclnsively7 to those articles,Ccomprising in part all kinds of Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Quilts, Blankets; Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, TowelingsTickings, Tableand Piano Covers, Furniture, Dimities and ChinteeB, embroidered and law priced Curtfiin Muslins, Worsted Damask and 'Moreens, Domestic MuHlin8,_&c.v&c>,togetller with a large stock of ;all kinds of FlanneU, and the best styles of Irish Linen which they import-direct from the moat celebrated bleach^. By excluding Dress ' Goods from their busmen, they are;-reliev|d from m«nt nf Hlty ^^WU «h ***»*Recommenceadvance.,; Ad ^iUsell at the lbwe."^ po afble S of profits as tDo flure8t 8 of e5teidtaR l SS bouneu.- . . - .::.. , /. OHN.y.COWELL &SON C^rnerCii6«nut.aiQdt.gey«nth Streeto, PniladelDhii

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

Chair MakerPaper Hanger ' and Painter* Corner of South Queen and Vine streeti. TpHE undersigned respectfullyinforms bis friendi J_ and the public thai he has now -. on. hand, arid is constantly manufacturing to order CHAtRSfft of all kinds and descriptions, from the highest faL j to-tlie Iowestprice, Theyhaye been generaJly ' JT admired—are elegantly finished, and are of the most durable character. ' ¦¦¦ ; '¦ ¦ ' -' * ¦ ' ¦ ' * '- "" ' Houbc . painting 5n all its varieties executed by the undersigned. Hjb pricesSvill befffuhd: eitr©mely'! moderate. . ' '" . ' ' All-orders for Paper-1 Hanging will b«i prompt!?. execnted. ¦ ¦ - ¦ " '.TiVimcv.'V'ft iYrK'' dec.22 1847 -, • . 'i' :> f'i i'. " ; , ' ;- ^ M£ly.n-~i

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

Thos. W. & Tlieo. S. Evans. Dentists. HAVING remoTOdfrom-the officeilately Occupied by Thos., W. Evans, i& Kramph's bnildingvethe partnership existing between Van Patten & Evans, having bieu disnolved,) t* the corner of North Queen and Orange streets, (over Metiger 'o Shoe Store,} entrance on Orange St., respectfull y offer their professional seryicea to the inhabitants of the city and county of - LancaateK -.- ¦ i ¦ V SSrThoB, AV. Etana3. during his visit to Paris would recommend hid patients to-hia brother Theo. S. Evane. . . 0 ¦ :- [nov 9-3m-41 - »r. Itt. M. 9ioore,I>entlst. ' " STILL continues to performt all operations on the TEETH upon terms to suitthe'times.1 (Office North Queen street, opposite Kauffinan'sHOt^l^ ; ap 1 ¦ ¦ ^* . ¦ - . - ¦ ¦¦¦ . . ¦ ;:*;. "¦• . - ¦ ..^ ¦ ! ,> ' - . --:¦ ^ " -g: -^

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

LEGAL NOTICES. IVotfce. nnjrF. undersigned, appoinifil- bv u,b Orphan** _|_ Court of Lancaster eonntv, auditor, to distribute the balance remaining in the bands of John Miller, administrator of ihe estate of .larob tltmrly, late of Rupho township, deceased, will attend for the purpose of bis appointment, on Wednesday the. 23ti February, 1S4S, ar 2 o'clock I'. M.s at the public house of J. Sprreher, in the city of Lancaster, when ami where all persons interested may attend, if they think proper. A. SLAYMAK ' ER, Jan 25 1S-1S—tr2-\i) Auditor.

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

Estate of Dr. Abi'm. Brencinau, ^i' .. deceased. J KTTERS of Administration upon the estate ot J Dr. ABRAHAM HRENKMAN, Sr., late ofthe city of Lancaster, deceased, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the township of East Hemptield, in the coimtv of Lancaster, all persons having claims against said estate are requested to present-thern properly authenticated for settlement; and all persons indebted to said estate are desired to make immediate payment to HENRY M. RE1UART, Adm'r. . Jan. 20, 1S-IS. (Jt-52

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

Dr. C. Elmrian, Homeopathic Physician, OFFICE in North Qeeen street, in F.J^Kramph's building, up .stairs, Lancaster, ' Pa,, tenders his professional ser\i ' *o 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 iii admijuatereri internally, pleasant to tlie taste, and easily taken. #>*His. charges are moderate. [oct 29—40-8nr :

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

::., ' . ¦ .. ' . ' IVotice.; " . .;..; .. r THOSE persona indebted 19 the subscriber for subscription to the *f Jntelbgencer .& JournaT, " and for (advertising and. jobbiigV williple^ie nlake immediate paypiejrit. I can_J e.fouha at, thei.old stan d* in Market Square. "; .- ,:t. V" .; ¦ '-%¦' • '*'£¦; D«c2|;i847-tf, r< - WB^SKUN.G, it*Y> . -t. " t:y :*i: ^, " " \\: "'" ..:-££./:- " .-.

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

iQTOVES. The inott tpprdved patt«rtaii:oT coif O wood, and coolrihg •tc^^iniiit^^ fo, ¦ale at reduced, pri^oi^by;4i £$TE£nu» MSON, ' iaa26. : ¦ ^^^^ ^^-^^ , : "¦ ' ' "^^'^-aei-' -sygw^hJM jv .- ¦

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

OADDtERY-HARDWAREv^-^JuBt Teceiye^ i)\ K^ieavy^Btbcfc of saddlery-i>f alf ^kinds; arid ' for I sale-at Philadelphia pricoer bv : '-' " ' ~' "L ' ¦ '-''-' ¦ ' • ^ jan ^6^-52] , STEINStiN-fc SOJfi ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Misfctimieous. ¦¦ . ¦ " "¦ : imtfTEjHt^AJL FAME. * ,. . BV J. K. PAULDING. It is amazing to observe how little mankind know' of each other, nlrhortgh the vanity of human nature whispers every fdistinguished person, that his fame is, or will one day be universal. The myriads of Asia and Africa, with a ' few solitary exceptions, never heard ;of the illustrious heroes, statesmen, poets, and philosophers of Europe: and a vast portion of the inhabitants of the latter, are ignorant of the very names of the great men of the east But instead of an essay, we will give our readers a story to illustrate our meaning. It happened once on a time, that an Israelite, an Kgyptian, a Greek, a Turk, a Persian, a Chinese, a Frenchman, an Englishman, a German, an Italian, and an American, met by chance at a caravansary, somewhere in the east, and being all great travellers, speaking many languages, entered into conversation with each other. As usual, they all differed in their estimate of human ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

lir. Ilooiland's C1ELF.RRATKD German .Medicinesare without ; a rival lor the cure ol the fallowing disease?. Il taken according to directions, they will cure any cape, t,o ivialler who or what eise has failed. Vegetable R!ieuni5!!c Pills, for ihe permanent cure ut Kheumatii-m, Gout, Gangrene, Aysieriii,and severe Nervous liffeciicms, and are lii»lily recomniended for the cure of Dri.psy, Humoral Aslbma, a.id Neuralgia, faiicuis using them, in luoji cases experience biMirfii soon af'er the first do-e, they quiet ie nervous -y-sieiu v. iiich cnabies them lo rei«i well durinii tl e niiihl. They never fail to effect a cure when t;iken according lu dircciii)iis. Mo uulward appiica'ion ean jjcrtunneniIy ipnsove Rheumatic I'uins iiuiii iln: syslesn ; I.ineineiits ynuielimes act us a i;a ' i:nive iu' a snort pt;ri d, but there is always danger ill their u?e; they may cause the pnin tu leave one | lace for perhaps a vital pan, or el;e where the pai;! vvi!! lie morn ncu'n. German B(*r-T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

¦ .: J ¦ -" . •¦' - ¦ "-" FronVlue Eailnn irgus. , Gmmet ts, Convln, ,,*'•" Lpt no man..dare, when ^ J am deadtto charge nie with dishonor^let no man attaint my memory, .by, believing that I could have engaged in any cause : but .that of my country. Let no man write my epitaph. " -j 'J . . .. ¦ ¦ ' ' " Such was the noble and patriotic language of thatrnartyrito Irish Liberty, Robert Emnict. In hi*Tast moments, fie made a burning and eloquent address before his God and the tyrannical -Lord" who sentenced him, which, to this day, causes the: heart of every Irishman to beat with indignation against that country which consigned ; him ¦ to an early grave. ¦ Willing and proud to die for his country, and h^s country only, he wished to leave behind him the only legacy he rotiW leave-r-^ reputation fo'r patriotism unstained with suspicion—an untarnished name for love of country and that liberty he sought so ardently to obtain for his brethren. But knowing that no one who knew his motiv...

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