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

Notftce* "TyfOTICE is hereby given, that Letters of Admin-JJ\ iitration upon the Estate of William Glatz, [lt>c'd., have been taken out by the undersigned, residing in Lancaster city; and all persons having claims upon the Estate of said deceased " , are requested to make known th' o same without delay. CATHARINE GLATZ, Administratrix. Lan. Jan. 4, 1848. 4J)-7t IN THK MATTER ofthe intended application J. of Henry Kogerreis, to thn Court or Common I'luan, of Laucnstor county, April term, for license to continue keeping a public house in Wont Cocalic« township, Hign of thn Black Horse—it being an did Htand. We, the undersigneil, citizpns of West Cocnlico tuwiiRhi p, in the county of Lancaster, do certify, that being personally and well acquainted with Henry Kegerrois, the above named petitioner, and that the above mentioned Inn or Tavern which he proposes to keep, is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers , and that he is a person of go...

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

Ricn CarpetingOil Cloths, Win-; - dow Shades, &c. '- . , TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS! tflHE subscriber has just opened a large and rich . J_ . assortment of the newest and latest styles of Ingrairband Venetian Carpetings, which are now pflered,[ either wholesale or retail, at the lowest prices in the city. Aa the assortment is one of the largest, and the Goods. Jiavejust been received! from the-Manufacturers, they will be sold at such prices that they will defy all competition. ; Bich & Splendid Tapestry Carpeting"! ¦ '¦« . (( Brussels " ' Carpetings " " Imperial 3-Pl_v, Guaranteed *c .-**' ; Extra? super Ingrain j to be aa * ¦«' *( ' | Twild and represented. Vent. f Also, ]a large assortment of Oil Cloths, Tufted and Brussels Rugs, Piano and Table Covers, Mattinge, Stair Rods, Bindings, &c. &c. Together witl a rich and extensive assortment of low priced Carpetiuga of all (Inscriptions . ' Country morchautH and oihera in want of - Homejind-Chfiap Car...

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

Adams & Co ' s Package Express, f^i ENERAL AGENCY, Forwarding and Com-VJT mission House, Philadelphia, Lancaster and Harrisburg. Tlie undersigned having made arrangementa with the Eagle Line for special accommodations, rrre prepared to forward to and from Philadelphia, daily, parcels, packages, single cases of goods, &c. &c. Articles for ColumbiaYork, Carlisle and Chambersburg, will be forwarded from Lancaster and Harrisburg by the regular conveyances. Persona residing in the interior towns, which are off the main routes, can obtain packages from Philadelphia by directing them to the care of some one in any'of the above named places. Packages for the Eastern, Western and Southern cities, will be forwarded from the Philadelphia Office with great despatch, and at moderate charges. The undersigned will give particular attention to filling orders forwarded to them by mail postauv paid. When they are for goods to-be returned by Repress, no commission will be...

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

: •• Life. Insurance. PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Office No. 91 Walnut Street. This company is now ready to makelnsurances on Lives, on the mutual system, without liability beyond the amount of the premium. , All the profits of the Company divided annually among the insured. ¦ The premium may be paid quarterly, semi-annul ' ly or annuallyor one lialf of the premium may be paid in a note at 12 months. Individuals insured in this Company, become members ot] the corporation^ and vote for Trustees. The Rates of Premium, with a' full participation in the profits, are as low as any other Institution in the State orj Country, and lower than any ofthe English Companies, with only a portion of the profits. | j' ¦ . Blank applications for Insurance, with full par ticulars cani be had at the office. 1 DANIEL MIL'LER, President, WILLIAM Ml CLARK, Vice Prest. John W. Horner, Secretary, J. ZIMMERMAN, Agent Lancaster, Pa. Jan. 4, 184S . Gm-49

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

. ^^. ^^ 3[i«^wftav^ericin,JjQstitute_s ' ifor fhe^be^t and and W^cMs;f«^f<ir to theij,,(StcU)Ri^eat-alo iver jfiz: liii^«ppe^1igiil, has jfe ce^veji^jlie^nigliiMt ' tp* coin^enda^inB1 from; ^ the ;l JrVe8s^' au.d^ also wxi^tenX .testimonials:itom^the first artists m the country? as to its gre^iteuperiority over the usnal side liglit. . ' -i The^jp^lmr-advantage^ * pf this Ugiht:-is.that ' the natural expression of the eje can J> ' e obtained, now -more perfectly than heretofore;" .;.,"'- "; u ' : ' ) Citizens; and strangers are ' respectfiilly; " invited, whether desiring portraits or not, to ' visit ^ our spa--cious galieries i 'probably the largest and most extensive in the United'States^and examine for them* selves toe .astonishing improvements made by the subscribers in this wonderful art. •' ¦ •'' ¦ ' ¦ '] T. P. fe D. C.COLLINS, Proprietors of the City Dagnerriah Establishment, No. 100 Chesnut Street, 2 doors above Third, south side. ~ fsept 28 »47-35-6m ....

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

New Iron and Steel Store. T HE subscribers, Importers and dealers in Foreign and American Iron, beg leave to call the attention of purchasers of; Iron and Steel, to the new assortment of Swede, Norwegian, Refined, Cable and Common English Iron, which they now have and are constantly receiving from'Europe direct. Also, American Iron, consisting of Hoop, Hand, Scroll, &c. English, Russia, and American Sheet Iron ; Small Round and Square Iron, from 3-lGth and upwards Boiler and Flue Iron, Horse Shoe and Nail Rods, Axle Iron, various hizoh ; Locomotive, Tire and Railroad Iron; Angle Iron, Half-ruund Iron, &.e. Spring and Blistered Steel, from host utampn of Swede Iron ; Cnftt mid Shear Steel, &r., till of which they -ofl'or at the lo\vent rntcH, for csikIi, or :it six mouths for approved reference, and tu which they invite tin; attonliun v\' purchase™, before replenishing their Htockn. Also, Vig anil Hloom lxun rnoeived on cmnmia-Kion, on which advancos wil...

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

Miller & Co.N ExpreHH. [n their own Cars and in charge of Messengers. IS now running daily between Philadelphia, Lancaater, Columbia, Wrightsville, York, Baltimore1 , South and West, and also from Philadelphia to New York, North and East, for the forwarding by mail trains of valuables, parcels, bundles, liglit boxes and the transaction of any commissions entrusted to them at very reasonable rates. The Ivxprens leaves Philadelphia at midnight, thus enabling persons sending by it to have their orders filled and received the following morning. A niesaeiurer always accompanies each car, who will receive and deliver at ail the olfices on the way. ; Tlw 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 must be marked by " Miller & Co. ' a Express. " C1IAS. NATJMAN, Agent for Miller & Co. 'a Express,.Railroad Office, Lancaster, 89 Chesnul, corne...

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

Doctor Yourself ft *r ^5 rents. Tlr means of the POCKET JESCULAPIUS , or Pi Every One his own Physician ! Seventeenth Editipn, with upwards of One Hundred Engravings, showing private diseases in every shape and form , and malformations of, the generative system i>v VVM.YouKO,M.D. -ii ' , . : ' The time hasnow arrived, that persons suffering from secret disease , need no more become the victims of Quackery, a? by the prescriptions contained in this book; any one may cure himself, without hindrance to, business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with, one tenth the usual expense. Ijl addition tb the general routine of prir vate diseaap. B v it (ullyeiplaina.the cause of Man~ hood's earlj rdecline ., with observations on Marriage <—besides manylotKeV derangements which it would nptVeSrope^t^ ;: " 52r wrapnB* iesi&iiiHf at\ny enstancfe from; ' ?hiladelphla, cani^avg WB^BaWr ^rwarded nb'^ein thjrduWh the Port Office, on the receipt of iyrc'ents...

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

2>r. Roby?s Brazilian Hair Curling .. - .- ¦ .I. ¦ -. '¦ -. v :¦ Uquld. ': .- ¦;-":: - »:;,;..: ¦\TTHAT thousands of.[ chemists ha .ye.long been W experimenting upon, ^ but,withput success,hae, at length been accomplished pyDK;Rob y " , oifPhil adelphia.-: To prepare Wn attic> *h fiquid-'fbnn, free from oil, ' or greasy 0^ sticky substances; which wIlJ curl the hair without changing, its. color and weakening the bulbs, h^-l p^g -been flii 'Study of 'our most celebrated chemisb. Thi ' s useful art ia alonecombined'; in¦'Dr^a pf^'^iazifiaa: HaffCuriing^ Liquid, whichv ensare* to every bodvv tt the flowing ringletan*th^witehmjHcurt;«:^i;^-,n' ,;Prepared ^ oi^itoyi&MMa^C<fei9blftptQririetort 21 North Sixtb t Streetj m^^^S^ . ~ Sold by ZAHM & JAGBffltfi aug 17 »47-36-lyJ ; Hutb-feteea sCSSmSL^.

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

t>avls & Chew, CABINET WARE-ROOMS, .Vo.27G, S. SecondsL, Wept side, Philadelphia. HO USEHOLD GOODS, cheap and of good quality—such ajs Beds, Bedsteads, Bureas, Chairs, Tables, &c. Caijh paid for Old Furniture or taken in exchange for New. Old Furniture repaired. Feb. 1, 1848-6m 1

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

/ 184V. NO. 8O. : : 1 00 bbls. (l and ± barrels) New Mackerel, received and now selling off at1 the lowest prices at No.. 80, North Queen street, 2 • souarea frdm the Court House, and immediately imaef the Museum by [sep 7-32-3m] PINiEEBTOT & SMEtTZ.

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

Dr. M. M. Moore, Dentist. OTILL continues to perform all operations oh the © TEETH upon terms to Buit the times. Office North Queen stroet, opposite Kauf&naB'i Hotel. " ap 1 . ; ¦ / ¦ - ¦ •• ' --¦ ¦ ' 9

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

][¦ ISAAC BARTON, /TTTHOLESALE GROCER, Wine and Liouor

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

Commlffilon^rii nnd Tr^nsnrer'w : -' Account, €>/1h$ Jfnteiptt mi JRrpemKlwet «J Xiammfer county, from January 3,1847, la January 3, 18-18. ¦J.lHOWBTit Esq., Trmurer of Lancaster county, in account iDlth mid county i ; RECEIPTS. ¦' ' . ' " " ¦ • Dn. 1S-17. 'To balance in his hands agreeably to the ' Auditors report ot the 14th day of January, A. D, 1847. For county purposes, - $ IO> 95G OS school purposes, . 957—25 *To cash ' received of David Hart- / . man, esq., for fines collected 343 j < ¦ Do for do SS ( ' - Do for . -do and taxes 103 \ . ' - - " Do for do and jury I fines 55 ! j ' 314 00 'Of Amos. Kinzer ,aml John Weaver, in full, for one-third ofbridgc at Weaver 's mill, ; 476 33 B,' B. Ilcrr, in full for one-third of bridge between East Lampeter and Strasburg township,! . | ' 95 61 *J. B. Bitzer,'On account of subscription •to bridge at Bitzer ' s mill in West Earl township, ' . ' 108 00 . John Herr, in fullt for bridge at Lintner's mill in Manor to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

^UfiffcHmwowsi. TOHI£S OP THE ¦REV0I4JTMKV. Evrntful Death of an Inveterate Tory, : Of all the grades of tones with -which The country was afflicted, that which herded with the savages was the worst, S'o long as the man of Saxon blood kept among his" own kind, and was consrieritous in the adherence to the cause he professed to embrace, there was no damning error to be attached to him, save one of judgment, or of. unfortunate physical con formation; but the moment he attached himself to savage?, ami became their leader, .or-one of their counsellors, he lost his imUvidiiulity as a descendant of the ?axon race, and ^ became even more despicable than the common traitor or the petty spy. . 'Ihis grade of the tory was more numerous in the State of New York than in any other, and of them was one Donald MTJonald, who did not hesitate—as. in fact, few of his land did—to perpetrate every enormity, providing the existing political troubles gave lite shadow oi " a legitimate excuse for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

T 1ST OP tRTTfiliD remBiRinginth^ Pflst=Offiep 1 ^ ^ JjftnpwlPFi FebrHaF^ 1,1848, Persons calling fat letters wilt Itlea.se Bay {}\ey are ad.vertisRd, ' " A Kling Mlpa Juannft - Armstrong James .Kirk Jno ' B KaufTinan Mrs Ann Bo wen Thomas L Brubaker John Law* Smith 4 Benjamin G W Land is Isaac Barrett Michael Long Henry Buchanan Wm Linton David j Bostick Felix Lamon John Buckwalter Benjamin Linville Thomas Brcnneman Henry M Bach Jacob M'Caffrey Barney i Backer John Major Alexander llrcnneman Jacob M'Pherson J Beer Charles Miller Silas Buckwalter Mrs Ann S Miller John Sixtus C Montgomery Joseph Cooper J G Mills John Cooper Miss Vary Ann Stiller Reuben Clark Edwin Mentzer L & Co Calvert Jno T . Martin Daniel Cockran llobt Manning P& J Couplin Philip Mjller Tobias M { Clyde J J . Miller A Henry ! Cramer Luke McClellan John S j Colder Saml McJDole Win Conner Saml Mvlin A brain I D ¦ McDonald; Gilbert i Dects Jno ' Martin Henry P ! Drallsbiiuch Sarah . Metzgar. Geo W j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

Select |)octvii. GOD. 0 Tuou Ktfrnal Oke ! whose presence bright All space doth occupy, all mution guide ; Unchanged through Time's all devastating flight; Thou only God ! There is no God beside ! Being above; ail beings ! mighty one! Whom none can comprehend and none explore; Who fill'st existence with Thyself alone—Kmbracing all—supporting—ruling o'er—Being whom we call (Jod—and be now no more! In its sublime research, philosophy Way measure out the ocean deep—may count The sands or the sun's rays—but, Hod ! for Thee There is no weight nor measure—none can mount Up to Thv mysteries : Reason's brightest spark . Though knulfcd by Thy light, in vain may try To trace thy counsels, infinite ami dark ; And thought is lost e'er thought e:in soar so high, Even like past moments in eternity. Thou from primeval nothingness did-st call Kirst, chaos—then existence—Lord on Thco Kternitv hail its loumlatioii—:ill Spring forth from Thee—of light, joy, harmony, Sole origin, all life, all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

WCMtt'i'ii i;ioiiiu>iu:i'i i«'Mlliiiiii!ii hi Iliu .luty, mill n «i. .B|i,|n linvyur, il Ik willl |iiii|lhi,'N' "I ' Ilii u]llil|liry :>lillill|lilimi ihtlt I M>n iii ili'li'iul my iujiiri'd rlt.'iii l^ri, iVnm tli" nl liii'krt \vlileli lutvt* ln'i'ii ni.iiln iiipnii IiIn! hnratiil ' iiru nnii|ipniit*hiiblu clmnicHiii', Ijltml, ffenljoinen, llm ' l lliuiiiili u Kniidiloiil hinnrtiir lliitu -uny of yuit iiri1 , I'vi'ii ihujiiilKii liiMiH'lf, yot 1 iim utterl y cuncy ' ini lunt to pii!.-.iiit Iho ras« in Ihiit inugrmuimoin mid " liii.irNreridin 1 , ' liirlit which its (tnportanci) (letnand'1 ; and 1 trust,gentleman, that whatever 1, may lack in presenting the subject, will,he immediately mud" up by your own good sen:.e at ' ul discernment, ifyoii have tint any. : Tin ' i-oitnscl jor the prnroculion, gfntleuien, will iindoubledlv attempt In heave dust in your-ayaf lie will tell you that his client is preeminently a man uf junction—that he is a man of; undoubt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

W. O. BIicEv6J!i, (Successor to Hickok ^ Cantine,) BOOK BINDER, and Blank Book Manufactur er, Harrishurg, Pa. fSMlK subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, th;it he is now carrying on the above business in the old stand, formerly occunied by Hickok &.,Cantine. As the building has ibr the hist ciirht years been conducted by him, lie flatters himself that, hy careful attention to business, he will merit and still receive a continuance of the patronnf^n so liberally enjoyed by the old firm. Particular attention will be paid to thn ruling and binding of every description of BLANK BOOKS, ibr banks, county offices, merchants, and private individuals, such as Discount Ledgers, General do., Discount Note Books, Check Books. Tellers' Statements, Ticklers, Scratches, Weekly Statements, Letter Bo&ks, Cash Books, Copy Books, Judgment Dockets ' , Appearance do,, Quarter Sessions do., Execution do.. Election do.. Orphans' Court do., Naturalization do,, Sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 15 February 1848

_ Salisbury Handle, manufactory and Turning Mill. -- THE subscribers tender their thanks to their friends for the patronage extended to them in the business in whiqh tboy are engaged, and respectfully solicit a continuance of th,air favors. They now inform their friends and the public generally, that tljey still continue to manufacture at their establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia and Lanca.s£flr turnpike, one mile east of Kinzer ' s and one mile north of the Gap.) Broom, Brush, Hoe, Shovel atd Fork Handles, Plastering Lath turned and salved, Palling, Bench Screws, &c. They have also, jin.expellent Turning Mill connected with their eutablishment, and are prepared to do all kinds of Turning in wood, such; as Porch Columns, Cabinet, 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 usewhich will be turned to order or disposetlfof on reasonable terms. . A4sa, a.lprge l...

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