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

ni nal , Ul —>^—1^*^ i^^T^——i nl nUSINEHN CARDS. °< Ornamental Marble IVorkN. EA ST Kliipf stroot, noxt door to John N. Lano's Btnro. ClmrlcM M. Howall, Marblo Miincm, rottpnctDilly informH tho citizens of Laiicaatnr nml tho publin la uonurnl, thut lio oarrluB on tho MA.ll-ULK DUSINKSS, in all Hh vnrioutt hranchon, ani^ invitdH nil to null on him, ah he in Hatinllod thut ho ran noil rhanpur than nny othnr <<MtiibllHhinont in tho city or atuto. • : Ho invituH thn public to unll and oxnminu IiIn stock of finis hod Mantulu, MonumontM, Ttniib», Gruvo StonQM, nnd aluo hU colloction of doBignu for Manumonti, Tombs, be, bofuro purchaHing oUnwhtiro. jan 10 l.ongonecker & Co., C1ALL tho attention of tho public to their largo. i and splendid assortment of Dry tioods. The mercantile relations in which they stand enable them to compete with any in .their business, \ To the low price of their goods, (which are selected with great care and taste,) is un...

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

ImbrellasPai-asols, Parasolettes, and lValkinff Cane Umbrellas. WILLIAM H. RICHARDSON, Steam Factory,, the pnly one in the United States, No. 104 Market street, Philadelphia. Merchants are respectfully informed that I continue to manufacture all the above goods, by the aid of steam, notwithstanding the great opposition of parties opposed to the introduction of expensive improvements. My assortment is complete, and prices so low, as to give entire satisfaction. 0^ As there is an Umbrella Store next door, of nearly tlte same name, it is important you nhould remember \V1LLIAM H. RICHARDSON, Steam Factory, and p atentee ol' the Walking Cane Umbrella, Bign of the Lady utid Eagle, No. 104 Market street, Philadelphia. ICT Attention in requested to thn celebrated Walking Vane Umbrella, n nont and benutiml nirtiolo, combining (ill the tulvun.tugt>H of n Cana and Umbrella." rKcti. 8. Gm-2 Cheap WatfliCMi, silver >Var<s anil Jouolry. %Sv 17ULL JowollmltJoltl Pttton...

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

Why will you suffer 1 WHY will you neglect those premonitpry symptoms which are giving you warning that some thing must be done to save you from the grave of" the consumptive? Why encourage that hacking cough—the pain in the eid(j—night sweats—raising of blood or difficulty of breathing? Why cherish and foster the disease that is preying upon your vitals, taking away your strength with each passing day, and hastening you to " that bourne from whence no traveller returns ?" Silence that dreadful cough.' Let not its harrowing tones fall upon the ears of your friends, relieve it at once, and let the bloom of health once more adorn your now sallow and ghastly cheek-—others have been in a situation equally as hopeless as yours, and been restored by the great and wonderful remedy, Sherman' s All-Healing Balsam. Mr. F. H. Metzger, corner of 1st Avenue and 11th street, aud formerly a merchant in Albany, was reduced to the brink of the grave from consumption. The best Physicians could ...

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

Leap Year—Valentines. JUDD & MURRAY, have now received and have for Bale at the Lancaster Valentine Head-Quarters, opposite the Post Office, North Queen Btreet, the most splendid assortment of Valentines, which for elegance, chasteness, or satire, Btand unsurpassed. As the introduction of VALENTINES is new to many in our community:—there may-bo those who wish to know what they mean, what they are good for, and how to be used: Let such near what Cupid says:— " They nro the very things to got you a new sweetheart, or secure the affection of the one you now hold dear. 11 They make tho men love with groater ardor, and with moro constancy) and tlio women moro affectionate,—moro lovely. 11 Thoy nro tho boat nrtloloi in tlio world to dlimini o dlnasrocnblo boati!—or a coquetlih belli) t—<¦ SJu11 "'* 1 "0 ' ba ' 1 matchej ' may be provontod, ' ll >°y create now fbellngi, awaken the most Indifferent to a tenao of thn moit delightful omotlnnm «et all iort« of fblk....

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

The Industrious Bee still gathers in Store. rT^HE largest andmost splendid stock of DRY I GOODS ever offered in the city of Lancastejr, is now being opened at the Bee Hive, North Queen Street, wholesale-and retail. This stock has just been received direct from Boston, New York and Philadelphia, and comprises some of the rarest bargains of the day, for Fall and Winter sales—Shawls, Silks, Merinoes, Ribbons, Gloves. Hosiery, &c. sept 21 '47-21 | Sew Goods. THE subscribers are opening a full assortment of Fall and Winter Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, which will be offei-ed at the lowest market prices; ALSO—Loverinjr's Syrup Molasses in hbds. and bbls. Lovering' s Crushed and Pulverised Sugars. Low priced Brown Sugars. Rio, Java, and Laguayra Coffee. Fresh Now England Hops, Bed F ' eathers, &c. &c. C. HAGER & SON. sep 21 : | . 34 I ] I Rich Terkerri SliaWIs. JUST opened 50 nf the most Fuperb Terkerr Shawls, direct from New York, 01 vnrious I price...

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

DEATHS. Onjhe 31st ult., Mr. Aaron Tradei^ in the 33d ysar of his age. ' The deceased was a much respected citiien of Lltiz, nnd highly esteemed by all who knew him. In the community in which he resided, he had many warm and true friends) an a huibantl and father, he wan kind and affectionate; and, although moving in tho uphoro of an humble citizen, his count in till" Ills In worthy of the emulation of tho belt of in. Kor nearly i yoar ho had been sufferfng with a palnAil dlieaio, which lie bora with tho re weuou fortitude and philosophy. Mr. T. wai well . *now«is this city, and was a son-in-law of Muthlan 'Znhm, Eiu, , ' w, r. On tho 14th of January, at his residence in Har"lord co.. Aid,, Mr. Lemuel Sappington, aged 08 yearn, Ibrmerly or Bridgeport, Lancaster county. In Lancaster townnhip, on tbr ' l8th ult., John Bausman, jr., 39 yean, 3 months and 29 days. On Jan. 26th, at the residence of h» father in Mauheim towriship, Mr. l»ac Such, oie 22 veara 11 months. „.

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

Estate of Henry Oingerich. In the Court of Common Pleas for the county of Lancaster. WHEREAS, John Forney, trustee of said Henry. Gingerich, did on the 24th day of January, 1848, file in the office of the Prothonotary of the said Court, his Account of the said Estate: Notice is hereby given to all persons interested in the said'Estate, thatthe said Court have appointed the 20th day of March, 1848, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. Attest, J. H. KURTZ, Proth'y. Prothonotary' s Office, ) Lancaster, Feb. 8, 1848. j . 2-4t Estate of Christopher Brenner, V^ deceased. T! ETTKRS of Administration Ufion the Estate of JLj Christopher Brerincr, late of the.township andcountyof Lancaster,deceased, having been granted to tho undersigned, residing in the city of Lancaster—all persons having claims against the said Estate aro ruqucatud io present them, proporly authenticated,'for settlement; and all pomons Indebted to said Estutoiaro desired to intiko Inmieiliato p...

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

i«« ^gliiall^ AOIonraea-So r'^SenatorsCa^cteiC^Slcbiiess at , .Sr. Laura, February 0 We have dates, from Iowa Cit>, -which inform jis that the special session of the Bsgislature of '¦low a has been adjourned sine du The House refused to the last to go into comcntion for the elee turn of United States Senators or) Judges, and the State is therefore still unrepresented in the upper branch of Congress. / Dates from Fort lyiann to the 10th of January have been received. There has nothing of particular importance occurred since last advices.— From! the Indian country no I new outbreaks are reported. Fort Mann yvas-at these dates quite healthy, though a large number of deaths had occurred from disease previouslycontracted. ¦ The Mississippi river has six feet water in the channel at Cairo, and from ice.

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

MARRIAGES. On th£ 33 mtLj by the Rev. J. J. Strihe, Mr. Henry Eckraui to Miss Susanna Eckman, both of Strasburg townsbip. On the 1st inst., by the Rev. J. C. Baker, Mr. David Shreiner to Miss Sarah Reed, botli of Manbeim twp. - 'XOn the 9th ult., by the Rev. C. Weilcr, Mr. Samuel Rudy to Miss Mary Mead ,. both of Earl. On the 13th ult., by the same, Mr. Aaron Gockley, of East Cocalico, to Miss Cassy Killian of Ephrata. ' ; On the same day, by the same, Mr. .Christian Killian , of West Cocalico, to Miss Elizabeth Bucher ¦of Ephrata. On Jan. 30th, by Mr. G. F. Bahnson, Mr. John ¦Har tman to Miss Sarah Yeagly, both of this city.

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

Rktobn op the Phodigai Sox.—The " JILssLs sippian" contains an article from the pen of Geo. Poindexter, Esq., intended as thejirst ofa series in reply to Mr. Clay's'Speech, and Mr. Gallatins pamphlet. The "Vicksburg ,Whi g^' . admits its ability, though it attempts in vain " to answer its arguments. Mr. P. contrasts |Mis Clay ' s course in the war of 1812 with his present opposition to his country; and he regrets the aberrations of Mr. Gallarin, of whom he truly says: "The annals of history do not furnish us with sn example of a foreigner, who has transferred his residence and citizenship from one country to another, throughout the civilized world, who has been more cherished and honored with high official stations by the people und government than was Albert Gallatin with the United States of America. " And yet both Mr. C&xy and Mr. Galiatin have now tcirdc^l . their arms against their country. _ ,M

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

' The CaiOse or the Wab.—Gen. Pierce, in tjis remarks at the reception "givento him in Boston, stated that whilejn the city of Mexico he conversed daily and freely about; the war with Mexican* of all professions, and did not find one who attributed its commencement on the part of Mexico to any question of boundary. The army was raised and sent forth for the purpose of reconquering tlie whole of Texas. Intelligent Mexicans laughed at the discussions in the Whig papers about the • boundary, although they furnished good material for proclamations to be sent among the ignorant portion of the Mexican people.

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

White Crape Sftawi". T ONOENECKEH&«n.,havore<lelveda lot <>l Jjhand«.me White {JMpo HhawUtof.a 1 pru-«- aaJqvalltlai'to tho most, comix, wKloh they will dispose of at »mall aduncW' I Also, anew lot; of Psrij ' Kmbrol4erle», Nreilli. WoAek Collawo«p» »nd I ;oj8, SllK Fringe, fcc. A> hmullflil assortment of YMey Dress (iopdH, Olnnhams, tawns, Biilinrinos, Berog s«, &c, l.lni"n Plaids aud Bilk Ginghams, A heautlfUl lot of Bonnet Ribbons, i LONGENECKilR&CO,, Comer of East King and Centre Square. May«>, -4847.-j.--.;j ¦ -^ i 17-ti',

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

ENtate of Robert Knox, ilccoancd. T ETTERS of Administration, with Ihe will on-Ji nexed, upon the estate of Robert Knox, late of the township of Leacock, county of Lanoatter, having been granted to the undersigned, residing in the same township; fall persons having demands will present them, duly authenticated, for settlement s and those persons indebted will make imme. dUtebaym*"*- ' <; ~ MARTHA KNOX, Feb. s.-^fit*] Administratrix with the will annexed

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

A CHILD'S GRAVE. ' It ia a place where thankfulness, Its tearful tribute giveth, That one so pure, has left a world Where so much sorrow liveth, ] Where trial, to the heavy heart, ' Its constant cross prcnontoth, And every hour some trace retains, For which tlio soul rupenttith.

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

ArvoiXTMtisT in Tits Attokmst Cinsf.tui,.— RuiiKHT K. WuiniiT, K«(],, to ho Deputy Attnriiry (ioiifntl I'or I-nhiuh county.

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

X1TILIUM U. BRYAN, AttoMejat Uw, ol W Ace opposite Sprecher'« HoteUEaat Wag « Lantfaiter. ¦ ' ..,; .iiMc 8-45-t»

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

smmmmm .¦jjABfituisinuara with. Scrofula, King's Evil, :&}#*»***&&!&&* Old Sores,UlcersMetier, k^!»^^Va ^0^^^.^ ' oqiw]^ta ftr i4iii»r I&on^ijnpuritifs! ofthe. WP ' od^ are joqaested to read :^l^^iri^tefl^i ^ j^jyi^p i^| «f/^^.q^detfiil ' .. firopcrtieS of the above naiided medicines. ' ' . ' : ' . *^°t Je^t ' a ' sim ' p'le'^tement of the facts might fail '« coiiHuc&g tSo^\vhtt>re^datlyTOpo3ed mioii bv certiffcates-whifch^ow - e t&ir exister ice; to the fertil ' e nnmginationsof their writers, a living witneas in ithe )brson of Mr. Brooks (whose case is mentioned :be-Iow,;)may,be_seen at:our(office,Na. 1^ Murray St., ^ew.YJork,-where; he has kindly: consent^ " to Ire-, mai)i for a fewdaysibr the satisfaction of those who require: occular demonstration. . ' . ' . ' . ' ' v | i .,, ; . ^xEApf.iz ': ?^0 ' J M"tD(ii> . We, the- undersigned, paving visited Me. Isaac Brooks^ Jr. " , at the' office of. Mes...

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

¦ : ¦"* ¦ -¦ '} jdtsftw^iw " ^wSis« tit ¦ " ; ¦' ¦ BurM^Sc^dx\kr^^^^of Teamed Sores Cured ' , [VOUSEY^SiCiuTjeifiiaOintment, is thejfaoat com-L piete BnrhLAntidoteeTer kqowpf; ltinstant)_v> (^d^^if-pyim^ci^ & ps^p^B.of^etAostidesper-^ ato iJ^B.^Qd! scald^V ¦ |-pr 9ld sor.ea, bruises, cuWt ;6pratnsL&P:>|jpQ m&a Pf ' b631 ^*^^ ^ ^^ best, npplic^tiwtihat.cin be made^ Thtiusands -liav^, triftil, audthpujaai^ praise it.,It is the mo*t perfect mas-' .jier ,of pau^i cwr discoirered•¦-,_NiU,,wjio iUse^iecqm-r .men ' d|U:gE^ ry. inmUj should be.p rpyided. with " iff Kone- cax^ teli hosv soon somt of thefemily will need it/j.-^-.: v|-.-j I.;, -r:, r,^ -.,;. ¦ .-.^;- ¦» .: t1 . , "¦ "¦ ¦" . Observe ^ each.-boi of th^Qenuiae Ointment has the name.pfS. Tousey written on the outside labeh; jTo imitate this is forgery...- . ;. . . ; -' «> J Boatmea, tlyexy Men ^ I'armere, and ail who use Hocses ^ ;\vill JBiid this. .Ointment *he very, best thing ...

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

; Consumption, ABtlunaJiironchiUs, Spitting Blood, Pam in the side, and breast, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Palpatation of the Heart, Whooping Cough,.Hives, Nervous Tremors, Liver Complaint, and Diseased Kidneys, ^ .are radically cured, by Thompson's Compound Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha. i LTHOUGH the great fatality of Pulmonary j^X. Diseases, at this timo shows that there are particular cases that render still too applicable the designation, approbiamedicorum—the disgrace of physicians—to this call of diseases; and that there ;ye stages in their progress, which having once been reached, recovery is doubtful. Still no one should despair. The-1 writings of -physicians, who have given to these affections particular attention, abound with ..many recorded cases of recovery when the patient had reached a seeming hopeless stage of the . disease; and there is at this time, a remed y prepared in Philadelphia which has met with the most triumphant and cheering success in the moat obstina...

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

JCffryiman his ow/i Gas Manufacturer. ; «L S. I£. ASOREWr S, "VTTARM AIR FURNACE and Cooking Range YY Manufacturer, No. 8:2 North Sixth street. Philadelphia. Having purchased from the American Assignees ofthe Patent Domestic Gas Apparatus, thn rights for the States of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland, informs his friends anil thn public, that he is now ready to furnish them with -Stoves fitted up for the purpose, by which every person can manufacture; his own Gas with but trifling expenses over the outfay. The construction ol this apparatus is such that it may be attached to Stoves already in use ; also to Cooking Ranges, Furnaces, Stoam Horlers, or in any situation whore lire or light is required. To manufactories, hotels, churches, and public or private buildings, remote from any gas works, this apparatus will be found a cheap and economical method of lighting as we]! as heating their apartments, without any extra expense, fur fuel. Persons wishing to see the apparatus in...

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