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

ctlckenei''M Vegetable i*tii'gatlvo j PillN, ARK i(ie hrHtnnu only medicine ever discovered that jwill positively cure Headache, Giddine. ^ Piles, Dyspepsia, Scurvy, Smallpox, Jaundice, fits. in the Hack, Inward Weakness, Palpitation; oMiq Hoart, Riwing in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma#Gn \era of all kinds, Female Complaints,Measles.^* Rheum, Heart-Burn, Worms, Cholera Mo^ ¦¦ Coughs, Quinsy, AVhooping cough, Consump * Fits, Liver Complaint, Erysipelas, Deafness, Itcl? d of" the Skin, Colds, Nervous Complaints, and vls ^ riety of other Diseases arising from impitritt f ^° Indigestion. lim It has hcen proved that nearly every disea.vho which the Iiumau frame is subject, originates He impurities of the Blootl or Derangements oUIij Digestive Organs; and to secure Health, we , Qfremove those obstruction a or restore the Blo<< ; i j its natural state. This fact is universally knix but people have such an aversion to medicine,^ unless the case is urgent, they prefer the di...

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

70 Moore & R is don, niercliaut Tailors ~^rj~O. South Third Street, nearly opposite the j3| Kschago, Philadelphia. (B. K " Moore, late uf thii-lirm ofltobb, Winobrencr & Co.) Respectfully announce to their friends and the public that ihey are constantly prepared to make to order, of the finest and best materials, and at moderate prices, every article of Fashionable Clothing, constituting a Gentleman's Wardrobe, for which their complete stock of choice and carefully selected cloths, casshneres, vestings, Stc, of the " latest and most desirable patterns, are particularly designed. Thoir own practical knowledge of the business and,a personal attention to every garment, enables them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and new customers they respectfully tender. ' an invitation to give them a call. Having been for years connected with some of tins best and most fashionable establishments in thia country, employing none but first-rate workmen, and being in t...

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

^^^^ i^^^llft iTIHE undenu^neti^ appointia '. hj the Otphana' ^^art>fI«^^*oB^,^iK*«i:;4<(^f»ribute Uie bilanM rem^i flg.m,t% }iMd», oUohn MUef, . adminlsbator -pC:^hB ^ eatxtB $f Jacob Ebjerl;,1 late-.oT jtipbo t6wB8hfp ' ,drt&ieS, willattend for the purpose of his appoinltncnt,: on Wednesday the 23d, Faraary, 1848i at2 p?cloik I>;! M., it the ipnbBc hdusS-oFJ,r S^reiber, ih ~ tfie ^ bflincsster,i when knd'wbere'all perioni ' iiittreiteaTmiy attend, if they think proper.- r; A: StAYMAKER, .. ?an26 1848—53-4t] -/-..«;£:- Auditor.' Estate of »r. Abr'm. Breneman, .;¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . -• ;'-. ' Sri,deceased. •. •. T ETTERS of-Administratioii upon the estate/of _Li . Or- ABRAHAM BRENEMAN, Sr., late ofthe city of Lancaster, deceased, haying been granted to the undersignedresiding in the township of East Ilcmpfield, in the county of Lancaster, all persons having claims against said estate are requested to present them properly authenticated for settlement; and a...

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

Lancaster Tea Agency, For the sale of the Superior Teas of Jenkins $• Company, Tea Dealers, Philadelphia. JTpHE Subscriber ha»i taken the Agency for the aale of those excellent T E A S—has received and will be kept supplied with a full assortment of Greens and Blacks of the various kinds and oualities; and which it is confidently believed will, on trial, speedily take the preference in this community over all other Teas. They are in neat packages of i\ J, and lib. each, labelled with their name, the kind of Tea and price, with a nu-tallic as well as a paper envelope for preservation of the quality, having full weight of Tea in each. One of tlie Partners of the Concern ( who seleois the Teas,) learned this difficult business ofthe Clnnese themselves, having resided among them many years at Canton, engaged in the Tea trade. Possessing this extraordinary advantage, tiie ahilitv of tho House is unquestionable, and may be relied upon for' furnishing, not only safe, but also, tin1 m...

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

For Rent. npHAT WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT, JL now occupied by J. Pennell, 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 Foundry, there is a large assortment of Flasks, Ladels, a Crane, together with the advantage of a llvdrant, and every thing requisite to that branch of the warko. -Five Laths, one Boring Mill, one Upright Drill, seven Vices, a (Irind-Stone, one Eight-Horse Engine, and all the Drills, Tapes, Dies, and Wrenches, necessary in this division ofthe establishment. There are, besides, three setU of Blacksmith Tools, two setts of Boilermaker's Tools, and alarge and convenient shop for building boilers in. These shops are 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 works. This establishmen...

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

To Blousckeepers. ^T^HE suuhCii'-crs invite purchasers of all or any JL kinds of DRV t,--V'DS r^nuired in housekeeping, to call and examine their >u-'k which is confined exclusively lo those articles, comprising in part all kinds of Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Quilta, Blankets. Damask Table Cloths and Napkins. Towelings, Tickings, Table and Piano Covets, Furniture, Dimities and Chintzes, embroidered and low priced Curtain ^Muslins, Worsted Damask and Moreens, Domesti^ Muslins, &c, &c, together with a large stock of* all kinds of Flannels, and the best styles of Irish :Linen, which they import direct from the most celebrated bleachers.- By excluding Drosn Goods from their business, they are relieved from the necessity of asking high prices at the commencement of the season to compensate forjosses consequent upon changes of fashion as tlie season advances, and will sell at the lowest possible grade of profits as the surest means of extending their business...

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

Bank of* Chester County. ) January ly , 18-1S. ^ ^J^HE public are notified that the ¦ money utolnn JL i'rom the President of this B^nk has not y iWn recovered, and that the Bank has issued new poles, differing from the old aa follows, to wit: / The Fives, Tens, and Twenties, have printed, in Red ink i on Jhe backs, a combination, lath* work design, with the amount of the notes in figua-es,:ind the words " New Issue '' across the middlA ot (he design. ¦ \ The Fifties and Hundreds, of former issues, were printed in black ink—the new issues are printed in red ink. J The Five Hundreds have for the Vignetu/, three male figures in the front of the picture, onj/of* them sitting on a block of stone—a medallion^iead, with fiOO on it, to the right of the vignette! The left end of the note haa a head o£-Yvashington, with ;")00 above and below. The-fight end has a full length female figure, representingCercffstanding on a square lathe work blockwith the figures 500 in it. ¦ These are prin...

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

Bo. sure you are fitiglit, then go Ahead. aMIIri ia an excellent mono and should always be before ua—in all conditions of life—under all eircuin&innnes ii is uaelul—but how much more to lo thu«e who ure in nearcli ol GRAT BARGAINS in the shape oi beautiful DRY GOODS, lot them iirsi find out where thu "BEfcLIUVB" is located— let Ujliu satisfy themselves that ihty actually arc in lite Bee flivo Store, then, and onlj' iliL-ii can ihey go uhead and buy, lor ihey will bu tsurf! lo get chiap and guutl gvods. The spirii uf ihc ngc is in Uespingwijh the above plain truths. Energy and Tiuih cun alone aati&l'y the wants of i lit; people of I hit* enlighioned age. We are receiving.daily NEW GOODS ior the HOLIDAYS; every- Father, Mother, Sister, Brother ainl all those who have neither should ar least cull—if only lo please an idle curiosiiVj and fir.p the beuutiliil goods at the Bee Mjve, North Queen sirefit, 10 doors uorih oi ihe Po=l Office If ClIAS. E. WENTZ &, ...

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

1 removal. TUNGERICH &. SMITH, Wholesale Grocers, I fj No. 223 Market street, north mUIp , between , -uth and 6th streets, first door below titli. Having i removed from the old stand, No. 12 Decntur street, \ to the spacious house, No, 223 Market street, they tender their grateful acknowledgements tb their kind friends in the city and county of Lancaster, for ¦ the very liberal patronage they have enjoyed. F The new location affording them many facilities j not previously possessed, enables them lo offer to Merchants and.dealers additional inducements to ; give them a call in their new place. I Their stock jb heavy and has been selected with ; great -care, they are enabled to sell on the lowest possible terms. ! To all "country produce entrusted to them, they will devote their attention and makespeedy returns. : September 1\ 1847. " IS Cheap Watches and Jewelry. AT the " Philadelphia Watch and Jew- (£22. eh-y Store," i)ti North Second Street, (cIT^fa 1 corner of Quar...

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

KW YORK TEA PU3ASE WOTICE. ^T CANTON COMPANY.— S Philadelphia Stores, 89 Chestnut Street, next Lo the corner of 3d st. and 337 Market St., 2d door below 9th, north side. Choice Teaa,Whdlesale- aiul Retail. We are constantly receiving fresh and " imported Green and Black Teas , embracing' the best selections this side 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 business has, in the course of six years, secured a. connection throughout the United'States,and wherever our Teas art; sold they receive high commendation. ©^Re ader give them a trial. The manner in which our Teas arc packed (the wrapper next to the Tea is a heavy superior tin oi!,) .offers great inducements to dealers and families, as they are so thoroughly secured from light and air, ...

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

¦ -Canael^fei^i^^^^k^^is.^ ;, Gas:pxt^ei^i>yott'i' 0S^^^p^!^i^^i , ^^' . ^•^EPAClJlJ^^^j«;^| |^i|t£k&^fc jji• ' ftl(South :Sec(jM^Btm^;*M^^iJpi4jwM , -iwo'ald • ibvit^ Q^n^i^^^^^iQSe^anttfelwdy^to^ oiamineDyj&ttfitPptiiljS TiinjpirtTeilifeSnij!4E>il?Jamps.i Titew/ isiifffiraciriSB'iisiogEfijSiF^llSiirSwmSg^fiWis mnrcTiimj)1e ,aud<Jn!braccimpn)yem(!nlB;posseMe<J. by noifltherOLaimMu ^The>co?t ofIbpnun^wilt. not exceed ¦ ; flie'^ilfl *hev eipeto?e jof iany ¦ .otheT-ljgIit, ~ i whilst: thef Ji^uc ¦ Ssvi^eViapl^Sand ifcadj 1 -light Ihan gas.-'Their consmictionis such that,the: I wick is fiftpplied : with Oil by,a ftederiwhen it i» j short; so that they can be burntdry-, and tbufSepp 1 .&? Oil always pure, and the limp cleans Their.' management is so easy that a child can take care of 1 them.: They are- perfectly safe, and free from aflyH •unpleasant odor. ¦ The above Lamps/ together iwitlrDyottJs Newly Improved Solar Lard...

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

Samuel Townsend, No. 36South Second street, between Market and Chesnut streets, East side, Philadelphia. IMPORTER arid DEALER in Three Ply, Ingrain, and Venitian Carpetinos ; Canton, Nankin aud Spanish Mattings ; Floor and Table Oil Cloths ; Cotton and Woollen Dri'duetts ; Stair Rods, &c. Feb. 1, l848-4mj [35 South Second at. Health made easy Ibr the People, OR Physical Training, to make their Lives"7n this World Long and Happy, by the author ot i; Education: As it is, Ought to be, and Might be, " First American Edition, with Additions : Being an elementary and interesting treatis* on Self-Knowedge. Containing short and entertaining articles on Food Heart Glands Strength Eating Stomach Nerves Recreations - Digestion ' Liver Bruins Old Age BlGod Lungs Mind Man Secretions Artera Senses Woman Head Veins Health Disease &c, &c, &c. •Together with the Great Secret—Success in Life how attained—How to do good—Causes and KffR.bts of Error—Habits—Passions...

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

mmmmmmmmmm ^ tm^^im^cmk^md£mx> -drtBbmk ^ J^ ^^^ ^^ t^p^iMysji^rjb^ ^friends, j^iSw^^ffie: p ia ? p £a^J^ri^^^pciip|ea V&&t ®W&t ^-^m&S1 PP?^-| i^^fi:Vi^'t f1 ^%i1 ^ Sattertjf W^^^^^^ **^S?3^^iigiJfo- busijiesa, jj^ .wu|,"ffleinjfc£ajMi ^ still-"reiiejwi * a^conSnuwice ' of thfe ';_" Particular attentidn^ wiil be jiaid.to thfi.ViiYmg j' nif binding;/of ' every: ^c^^^'BLi^^pOKS ^. Sot banJts, county, offices , iperchants, and p ' rivateindividual.s such..as ' piscpuntXedgers, General del, Discount Note Bopks? ;^eck.Bootsj:Telle^B^ Stater mentsVf letters, ' Scratches^ T^eeKiy. Statements, ' Letter Books, Cash Bopk^ ,C ppy Books, Judgment Dockets, Appearance"do,, ' QuaiWr Sessions ap-.,. Execution do.. Election dpi , Orphans' ' .Court do., Naturalization do., Sheriff's do., Justice?* do., Xd Sectum Index do., Deedr BooksVPasa Books, I ^ eAgers, Day Books, Journals, Invoice Books, :Time do., Will do., Bond do., Mortgage do., ' Commission do.,...

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

t$Ue Trial or Christ. THIS graud and imposing Exhibition of Statuary., representing the trial of our Saviour before Pontius Pilate, in a group of 23 figures 'the size of life, splendidly dressed in appropriate costume, is now open, for exhibition at the MUSEUM. " Mr. ' Landis takes pleasure in announcing to tlie public, that this beautiful group has had hts whole attention, together with that of several pf the most talented artists for aome months past; and he flatters himself that for correctness" or expression, combined with truthful accuracy, it will far excel any tiling of the kind ever exhibited here. ' This splendid group is the production of a celebrated artist, and is intended to represent that moment in the Trial of our Saviour, when Caiaphas says to him, " I adjure thee by the living God that thou tell us whether thou be Christ the son of God.'* Jesus answers, *'Thou hast said: nevertheless. I Bay unto yon, hereafter shall ye see the son of man sitting on the right h...

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

WatclieN, Jewelry & Silver Ware. (T\ OLD LEVKJISIS carat cases, full jewelled, \~X $35 to $50 ^ Gold Lepinc, IS carat.cases, jew-?lind,$25toS30 ; Silver Levers, lull jewelled, $17 to #30; SiWer plain and Lepine, §6 to $14; Gold Pencils, $1,50 to #4. f Togetherwith a large assortment of Bream P' uih, Bracelets, Finger Ringa, &c, of diamond, .opal, turquois, garnet, 8tc " , at the lowest prices, and warranted to be equal to any sold in the city. Also, a large stock of Silver Ware, Spoons, Forks, Butter Knives, &c. Tea Spoons as low as $-1,25, the silver warranted to be equal to half dollars. Britannia andlMated Ware, of the latest pattern and finest quality, sold at a small advance on the importing price, y -. Cooler,(London.)Tobias and Robinson Watches always on hand. Persons wishing to purchase any thing in the above line ^ are requested to call,after having looked elsewhere. S. M. HOPPER, Feb. 1, 1848. No. 66 Chesnul st., Phila. tfew and Secondhand F...

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

^^^^ ' | ^^ru^^^rm^eP^^^it^^ ^t ^g^^?^^^^^^^^^ and have-reduprfthe-yn^BofcTy^ ^#.'^p^^^^ ife$ /:^^^:*.V?^8^^^>-W^m "^f^^tii^ ff^^pKfC^H y^^^^^^y -¦%: , '~/-^^p-?i ^ry£0^ff>^^P^^^' '^-9^y'^.-O;-?Deiermuiied io '~ spar^ 'ii6 expenee vi inakfiig. their establishment as c^mplet^^r-ppss?blei they are. ge&i^upU.wnifcrhySe^^ Scotch ¦ '' Fadh'^yri^^'^' ' 9n^iiWi£^'l^fi^yl and durability;, an? wiuch ' tijeyrfpel ^tsiirea TWlUj meet with general approbation. 'fijsVenl^nxes. are now ready.. Haying, recently visited Europe; for the purpose " of prbcurin ' g^ everyJ improvJementCin t^ieir line of "business, they now offer a greater^variety of Fancy Type, Borders, .Ornaments, etc., ^ Sec..J than any other establishment in. the* United'States,; and their improved -methods ' of casting^ and ofj preparing metal, enable them to Jurniali orders in a manner to insure satisiaction. f , , Printing Presses lof" every description, Printing Ink, Chases, Cases, Brass Rule, Furnitu...

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

¦: Hover ' s First Premium Writing , Ink. r J^HE following testimony from distinguished In-_f_ stitutions speaks for itself. ¦ University of Pennsylvania, ) " ; Philadelphia, May 11, 1847. £ Having tried, for some time the Black Ink, manj ufactured by Mr. Joseph E. Hover, we have found .; it well suited for manuscript, by Us running freely, ' and its exemption from coagulation. Its shade we ! are also well pleased with. W. E. HORNER, M. D., Dean ot the Faculty and Professor of Anatomy. John Ludlow, Provost. Samuel B. Wylie, Vice,Provbst. Henry Reed, Sec'y ofthe Faculty of ArtB. '¦ Roswell Parke, Professor of Natural Philj osophy and Chemistry. I W. \V. Gerharp, Lecturer in the Medical : Department. ! Pennsylvania Medical College, Philadelphia. • We fully concur in the above. I ! Samuel George Morton, M. D., Deaji ol • I the Faculty. i Central High School, Philadelphia, A; I). Baciie, Principal. A. H. MoMurtr1e,'M. D., Prof, of Ana. ' American Fire Insurance Company, Philadelph...

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

A Rare CiianccS rilHIi" subscriber offers at private sale hi» X STORE STAND and DWELLING HOUSE, EfS attache^, situate in Centre Square, Mount Joy JkH. This property is pronounced by all to be decidedly the besit store stand in Lancaster county, and has been occupied as such for the last ten years. Also, a Priodte Dwelling, with a shop attached, which would make it a very desirable property for a saddlery, as the said shop has been occupied ag such for a niimber of years; or any other mechanic , as it is one of the best stands in the village. ¦ Also, a Building Lot, mutable for commission merchants, or otherbuBineas men, connected with the.railroad. Thesis valuable properties are located in a pleasant and;central part of the village of Mount Joy, and will be sold either separately or together,-if desired by the purchasers. * ¦ Ifjlmabove propertiesiarenot sold b' efore the 1st of April nest,they will be for rent. : :_. -.;-, Applyto .'SAMUEL BOMBERGER , jan 4 MS-3m] Lancaster ,...

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

M. i. Root's Gallery of Daguerreotypes. " \ IV] O. 140 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Now is _L\ the time! Those who visit the cttv during the Christmas and New Year's holidays .should not fail lo visit the splendid Portrait Gallery of M. A. Root, 140 Chestnut street. ^ There is no charge for this interesting and beautiful exhibition, ami the likenesses made by Mr. Root's newly improved Daguerreotype process are decidedly the most accurate and lifu-]i!;e ever taken, having been awarded premiums in thn princ.U pal cities, and in New York at the last-exhibition of the American Institute, the ftr.st medal for tlie host Daguerreotypes, over all competition. While the pictures arc such rich and perfect gems of art, our prices am. the lowest possible with good materials. Visitors-should not neglect tlie opportunity of securing portraits of the. best quality—/or such only will nut fade. Prices $1 50, §2 00, §2 00, S3 00, $4 00, SO 00 SHOO, $10 00, and upwards to $.00 00, varying wi...

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

AUento-wn Hotel ana General Stage Office, 1 AOR Philadelphia, New York,-Reading, Bethle-. hem, Mauch Chunk, Easton, Stc, &c. Corner uf Hamilton street and the Market Square. DAVID STEM, respectfully announces lo his friends and the public generally, that having purchased of Mr. Enos Weiss the fixtures belonging to the above Hotel, and having al^o iiwurrrj tuiwidec at)ie expense in otherwise fitting up and improving it, is now prepared to accommodate the travelling community in such a manner as will doubtless rentier general satisiaction. His TABLh is always supplied with the best the market affords ; the Bar with the choicest wines and liquors ; the Beds and Rooms are. clean and comfortable ; and, in fact every thing is arranged with a view to the convenience anil comfort of his customers. The Stabling ia large and commodious—and particular attention ia invited to the fact that his Ostlers are the most kind and attentive gentlemen " of their profession " to be found ...

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