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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Select poetrtj. I BEAUTIFUL EXTRACT. Oh, if there is one law above the resi Written in Wisdom—if there is a word ! That I would trace as with a p>ri of fire ; Upon the unsullied temper, of a child— j If there is anything that keeps the raind Open to angel visits, and repels Thejninistry of ill—His humarilove ! God has made nothing worthy of contempt. The smallest peuble in the well of truth Has its peculiar meaning, and will stand When man ' H best monuments wear fast away. The law of Heaven is love and though its name Has been usurped by passion, and pro fan'd To its .unholy uses through all time, j " Still, the eternal principal is pure And in these deep affections that we feel i Omnipotent within us, can we-see. j The lavish measure in which lpve is giv ' n. j And in the yearning tenderness of a child, For every bird that sings alcove its head ; i And every creature feeding on the hills j And every tree and flower, and running brook, \ We see how everything was made ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Human Rights—An Eloquent ¦ - ¦ '' '; ¦ ¦ • 'Passaisei' ' ¦ " . II ,H£ADL£T. j I have thus endeavored to mate hisory illustrate my proposition, by watching the appearance of this principle at diflererif periods, and shidying its character and-gauging its'strength.' But the present no, Jess than the past, throws in its testimony; and even now this . strange , unconquerable principle, is moving,on, dragging the .life and energy' of the world after it Oh, it is fearrul' to behold its strength, and th« ivpneavSngs h has obcasiohed Ever since the time of Christ, man has striven more or less resolutely to get an acknowledgment of his rights, either in religious or political matters, or in both. Despots have, made use of old'reverence—superstitious fears—ijtrickery/falsehood-^the bayonet and the scaffold—to silence bis claims and overcome his" arguments. : Force has done much, for though t . . ., ' . :.,.,-•/ -,;- u Truth crushed to earth will rise.again/' - it .often requires "the et...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Thi " Poxtht op Motiox !"—The Boston C'Arotio/i/jjc publishes an unique letter purporting to be from a young person to another, in; which the " poetry of motion," as dancing is denominated nowailays, is naively described. We give a curious extract: "Last night we went to see the Ballet at the ' Howard AthcnsEum- I don't think you can guess what a ballet is, Ma, I'm s,ure you couldn't: It is dancing by " a daiueust. And I am sure she must have been used to it I thought it very odd that a lady should cut such a figure as she did sometimes , andin fact pretty often. : .-. . ¦¦But uncle told me I was wrong in supposing her a lady. ' She was a fairy or some semi-angelic being,and her dancing w'as the "poetry of motion." Well, I confess, if that is the poetry of motion. I do not like the rhyme. I could very easy get into the motion of the angelic tune of the danseuse. if it were not for said^—-whatshall I call it ?—rhyme. 'Ma. do angels ever "raise' one leg half way to their heads when ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Fihunjssh or CuiRicTER—.Tbfre is no trait in the human character so potential for weal or woe, as firmness of purpose. It is wonderful to see what a miracle a resolute and unyielding spirit will achieve. Before ijs ^ jriesjstilj lt) ,« .nergy the most formidable obstacles 'become ;u cobweb barriers in its-path. Difficulties, the terror of which causes the pamperedsonB of luxury to shrink-back with dismay, provoke from the man of Kitty determination only a smile. The whole history of our race^—all nature, indeed—teems -with examples to show what wonders may be accomplished by resolute perseverance and patient toil. It is related of Tamerlane, the celebrated warrior, the terror of whose arms spread through all the Eastern nations,'' and:wliorn victory attended at almost ever}' step, that he once' learned from an insect a lesson of perseverance which had a striking effect on his ruture character and success. When closely pursued by his enemies—as a cotemporary tells the anecdote—he t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

The United States' Clothing Store. Sign of tho ptripeil <-oat,by REUBEN ERBEN.Np. ' 35 Norih Queen street, corner of Orange, one j squarn frr.m the Court House, Kast'side; Lancas- ! ¦ ter, Pa. t : ¦ •:¦.. i - rilHlS mamlnoth eBtabliahment', now oontaine by _|_ far the largest and cheapeatassortme-jitof meru ' s and boys' well made clothing in. the city of Lsacaater, and will positively not t|e i^uderspTd by any other. The !stock includes eyery description of clothing worn at the present day., The most fashionable, as well as the most plain, ao that all tagtea ' may be suited. The subscriber being a practical and experienced tailor, givea his entire personal attention to the business, and has' every garment made under his immediate inspection by_the best workmen; in the State, and as he buys all his goods in the Eastern cities for caah, can confidently recommend the inhabitants of Lancaster city and countv, one and all, to call at the ' SIGN OF. THE STRIPED COAT, and con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Origin of GKNrcs.—.Columbus was the sun of a weaver and a weaver himself. • / ' > Rabelais, son of an apo.thceary. Claude Loraine Was. bred by a pastry cop'.:. Moliere. son of a tapestry maker. ' ¦ Ceryantes was a common soldier. ' Homer was a beggar. ; Hesiod was. the son of a small farmer. . Demosthenes, son of a cutler. Terrence wa' s a slave. _ : Richardson was a printer. Oliver Cromwell the son of a.brewer. Howard an apprentice to a grocer. Franklin, a journeyman printer; son ofja tallow chandler and soap boiler. . ' Dr. Thomas, Bishop of .Worcester, son t,f a linnet draper. Daniel Defoe, was a nosier, and the; son of a butcher. Whitfield.son of an innkeeper at Gloucester. Sir Clouds'ey Shovel, rear admiral of England, was an apprentice to a shoemaker, and afterwards a cabin boy.1 Bishop Prideanx worked on the kitchen at F.xi ter College, Oxford. Cardinal Wolsey, son of a butcher. ' Ferguson was a shepherd. Dean Tucker was the sou of a small farmer in Cardiganshire, 'a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

; i.AWCASrjER CifiuSTY OAK HAIX CLOTHING STOKE. i Who wauls to buy a first rale ?uit ; Coat, Paolalnonfl, siwl Veil 10 bnn(—' . - For a few dollar* V—lTei nhn call A» F. J. Kr iiii'tis New Cluiliinc H^U; ; Where ivintpr Hoiliing—ready niadf—! (The bpjiahdclitapeJt ntilie irtiri*-) " ' ; \9 kept Tor salp. and may be bought ; A< price* ftir tiplaii- yniir t!io:iflii. ' ¦ ' ' 1,'oai * , ( Itialjf and »j»lo of evi-ry hue. , ArrdPanlalrtons-indBiiiigniifr ifto. (J»''fcvrry,.>liailev aiMl simneaml site; ¦ •.•;-... ; Are hfcre ' dtept&yed iitlore your eyts : ¦ . . s IIi*ra oiny the tDortfi«ililIoni find A paliern sniird in tii> mind. i Then liable at aucc,aiul to^ke n tull j . OnF.J Kbahpii's. at OI.l> p\K MA^f-TJ^ J. KRAMPfr, norihjeaBi corner of Nojih j X •; Queen: and Orange sir^eTs, and 'nearly^ "Pp. o^ 1 site.iliecPo^i Oflfice, Lancaster,-has now on hohd ihe largest as^ontnent of Fall apd. Wimer'Ready j Madei: Clo hing tliai h'tis e\t\r t-eeri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

'Thoughts of Montesquieu. ExtrtaftdahStrimslateifrom his mdnitscrijits. 1 Mere chir chat, and carrying a frivolous [ thing from one.houae to* another, is called knowledge oi the world; and we ¦ should be fearful of losiijg this science, if we applied ourselves to others. -. ! - I have a great taste for the ancients:—this antiquity-enchants me- and I am always ready to exPilaijn with Pliny—It it at dthaa irlure you ienm to resjKcl the Godt.- ¦ . " \ An. acquaintance of mine said, '• I have |had a foolish thing enough 'clone—it is my own portrait." ' Study is with mi) the sovereign remedy for all the disgusts of life; and I have never felt chagrin \yhich an. hour of reading did not dissipate, j Ihav ' e found no people so despised in the jwhole course of my life, as those who kept bad company. I am equally content with the company of fools and men. of sense, and there are few men so tedious as not very often to entertain me. There is nothihg'rhbreamusing'than a ridiculous nian. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Besure you are Kigltt, Iljen go Ahead. - < npHIS js an escellem motio and should always i be before ub—in nil conditions of life—under all circumstances ii ie useful—but how miich more so to ihose who arc in search of GRAT BAR GA1.NS in the shape of beautiful DRY GOODS, lei them first find out where ihe :¦ BEE HIVE" islocated—let th'erh sati.-fj; themselves lhat thiy aciually are in the Bee Hive Siore, ihen, and only inch can they- go ahead nnd buy, tor they will be aura io get cheap and good goodi. The spirit of tho;age is in keeping wiihtbe above IM1» truths. Energy and Tiutl' i can alone satisfy lha wants of ihe. people ol this enlightened ase. We are receiving daily NEW GOODS for the HOLIDAYS; evc(y Faiher, Mother, Sister Brother and all those who have neither should at least call—if -only to please an idle .curiosity, and see. ibe beautiful gpods'nt the Bee Tliwe, Norih Queen aireet, 10 doors north of ilie; Pb3i Office ' CUAS..E. - W-ENTZ ifciBRo ' . dec 21 j ..... ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Spreclier & Holirer'N Cheap Hard-Ware Store. ¦ TTAHDWAKK, Gltnn,PaintsO!l»,and Vorniiihei XI at that long eatabliihed stand, Ent King at,, Lincaatcr, formerly occupied by Howntt & Krieder, a few doom cam of the Court IIoiimc, next door to the Drug Store of JomoH Kmitli, and oppotite (ieo, Mi'snenkop' i Hotel, which thoy have recently taken and where thoy will carry on the biminemi. . They inoMt respectfully bog leave to invite the attention of their (Yieudx anil acquaintance* to their stock of Hardware, which they have juat opened and will ie)l at the moit reasonable prices, including every variety of Iron and Steel, Latches, Locks, Bolts, Hinges, Screws, and all kinds of building material!, every description of Files, Blacksmith's Bellows, Saddlery,.best warranted Edge Tools, Planes, and Veneers. Also a complete assortment of CEDAR WARE, nich as tubs, bucketsbutter churnstogether with every article in their line. They will keep constantly on honxl .every varie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Great Bargains—The Cheapest r% Hat Store In the City! JsM SKi N of the Golden Hat.f-Fall Fashions andR emova). Jacob Hess, comer .of East King and Luke Streets, opposite the Farmers ' Bank, would most respectfully notify his friends and the public generally, that he has removed his shop from North Queen street to the above stand ; and ~ very cordially invites all of his old customers, and as many new ones aswouW wish to tacc a dollar in the purchase of a hat, to give him a call, as he can sell tKonx a handsome and durable, article at least one dollar lower than can be purchased at many other shopB. He is also prepared to fill all orders for HATS and CAPS, of the best quality and latest stvles, promptly and on terms as accommodating as. can he obtained at any other stand. > He would o!|ro Bay his Fall and Winter Fashions are now ready, "and invite all to call, examine and judge for themselves. He keeps constantly on hand, and manufactures to order, all sizes of Cassimere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

LiuniiTin.—Of the uses and benefits of man's risible faculty in human life we should speak largely, if we had the power to express them. The amount of enjoyment that it causes,' is only to be described by.those that can paint the blessings of sunshine, or the value of repose. In how many situations does it .not smooth the intercourse oi life ? Whernve are thrown among strangers, wieu we encounter our fellows without the! means of sympathizing with them, a stroke ofmeiriment is the "touch of nature, that luukca the whole world akin." Laughter is a source of prodigious: niorul power; it is a weapon that cun inflict-pain and tmture, und lurgely influence the actions of men. It ki'epa vanity, u/li'ctation and aingulurity in check and cun nomctinjea exterminate dignities anil ubnliab>tlieir worship. When opinions have been disproved to the natiafuctinn of nil men thut pun judgiof truth, their lust hold ni' the humuti mind in generally cUmhuIvciI in lloudft of ridicule, lint u» t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

, Bbadtifci. ^ Thououts.—There is something tonchingly heautifnl in word3 when tightly put together. They leave an .impression that can never be effaced. ' We Tiave read again and again, till' it is aa familiar to us as the face of a friend, the following splendid thought, and yet;every time we see it, 'tis, fresh and beautiful as ever.. The author we know not, but he desorreVloTteNmmortu ' lized for this morceau alone :i—: ! I , 'f' Hbw beautiful falls . ¦: From human lips that blessed word Foauivr.; Forgiveness^—'tis-Uie attribute of God-— The sound which- openeth heaven: renewa again Ob earth loHt:Eden-d-l'dded blobdi'^a nd flings Hope's halcyon ba)or e'er the waste of life. Thrice happy he whose heart has been so schooled tn the meek leasons-pf humanity^ .' That he can giv ^ it utteran ce ! it iroriirti Celestial grandeur to the human-Jiaul. A ini tuuk-:;;- ::.aa aii angel.j; = '1'HiivrKf.' - Vsui 'y Wohk you: a B:bi.p..~}i\ the V* jf K'Ti. 1 , v.i • wages of ;* laborlrif; inn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Fall Fashions. D SHULTZ, Hatter, No. 19i North Queen st. , would respectfully inform his friends and the public that he has just received from New York and Philadelphia the latest Fall and Winter Fashions' , and wilKbe pleased to furnish his customersand all others with them at the shortest notice. As all his Hats are manufactured under his immediate superintendence, he feels warranted in saying, that for durability and finish they cannot be surpassed by any establishment in this or any other citv in the lT nion. His htoc.k consists of ' Beaver, " Nutria, Brush, Russia, 1-aMdimere, -MoleskinSHk, fee. &c. which he will dispose of at the lowest prices. Call and ex'amine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. ' CAPS. CAPS! Hik assortment of Ca^is is one of the most extensive iilUlie city and he U ;ulding to it daily. Customers may rest assured th;tt they will be suited, as he has carefullv selected his stock from the largest assortments in New York and Philadelphia. Don...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Fall and Whiter Cilothlng, ' At the sign of the. Dig Pantu, North Queen street, between Scliolfield's Hotel and the Post Office. (1 KO. SI'I'RIUKR, thankful to the public for X past favors, begs leave to inform them, that he in Htill selling the bent mtide und cheapest clothing otlered for itnlc in this city, He. would cull particular attention to a lot of superior Black Cloth Cloaks, the httndaomeat ever offi'N'd fnr/tih' in thin city. Also, t lot of luperior Illtick Cloth Sack and Ovcr-Cnim, lined and widded all through, and tn;tde bv the lient workman in the citv. ' .! Hi" Ktnck of ready made, rlotliiurx in verv large and will Hi'lccted, conaititing in part ol Mock Cloth JirenH and f'r'ick f'oati i Illock and F»nc^ CuHsinicrn Pant«i lllnck und Fmicy Satin Vests; Kattinet 1'anln of all kinds and at ull prices; : u great variety of Over-Coati from 2 to 20 dollars. He hns always on hand u fine assortment of linen breasted fchirtH. nhnm'', collars.cravats,suspenders, gloves, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

. -AuEor AivjMALs,—A boar rarely exceeds twenty years; a dog lives twenty; a fox lburteou. or sixteen; lions arc long lived. Pompey lived to the age of seventy years; a squirrel seven or eight years; rabbits seven. • Elephants haveljcen knowii to live to the great age of four hundred years.— When Alexander the Great had conquered l'oniF, the King of Jndia, he took a. great elephant, who had fought valiantly for the king, and named him Ajax, dedicated him to the sun, and lethim go with this incription, " Alexander, the son of Jupiter, hath dedicated Ajax to the sun.'1 This elephant was found with this inscription three hundred and fifty years afterwards. Pigs have been known to live to the age of thirty years—the rhinoceros to' twenty. : A horse has been known to live to ' the.age of sixtytwo, but averages from twenty to thirty. Camels sometimes live to the age of one-hundred.. Stags are alsalong lived—Eheep seldom exceed the age of ten. Cows live about fifteen years. Cuvier "* con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

B*w>B!rn.is!i.—We «ppy, the following fron) the Wctlcyan ' :—"'Beautiful ' ; is the d ying !of the sun, when the lastsojig of the" birds fades into' fte ' Zapoi silence; when the.islands of khe cloud arejbathed iri.light, an^ the first, star .of, night springs, up over the,grave ofday.''. \ . ..... J :,;, j-¦ '¦ ¦ H27TA young an^vcrj; pretty lady, ridingint.the, Cpncprd care, was observed to liavci a'Jieco of 'court ^p l'ister' on her;".lip.'- W!:c' » tlitc;ciirs had crUc ' rgeU frorti evne of fcejipg-V-rcred. bridge-: , in ' .o the light. itf \v;i-,di::coyereti tu bave 'iisapvic-ured \ liot tiiey in'^tatit ljr detect.-,;! ,i cimging tp the lip.of a young man-k-I.-i s-tou lot; 5cat\Vith her): They bffth. looksd i» ir.iiocrtit . -a'3 -if they.j' hari'Mlone nothin.' ! . 'j ' ¦ ¦ •- ' . V . ) > -]¦' ' > - A Tvfw specie? urHimTTEss.—Xpi';-;-ii'iv-rit-' ¦].:; frcm Vfra'Ciui, s.iys '-tho shells from: oiir-. 'v: '' '; ,, itoiiurs. bursting i(i eyer ' y.mi«ction,.ei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Cancaslei: 3n4cUigcritcv, 'PITRLISRlEb ETERT'TU^SDAT M0RNI2TG. . -J8yjiEi*y5{ HUT!fe«.?«> Officein<i Vmoh Court," in the tar *f> thr Market House, adjoining Cftr Square. ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦• ' ¦ -TERHS: ¦" . ¦'¦: "•¦ ¦ ¦ ¦• ¦ ¦ " : Sudfoription'.—TWo''dollars' per annilih1 , payable ' . in advance; two twenty-five,iR not. paid within ' ^ _ six months; and two fil\y,,if\npt p> ai/..w.ithui the I \jeaV. ' No gubH<iription discontinued until all arrearages are; paid, nnlMS kt'tlie option of the Kditor. , - . , , -': . . :- ,: -,„ ¦ | Advertisements.—Accompanied by the CASH, and j hot exceeding one square, wilt be inserted '' three ! .luneft forijonptlGUar,andtwc-ntT-fivecentb fore.ach j additional insertion. - Thoae of a-gre^ler length in proportion. i Job Pkihtisc.—Such as Hand Bills, Posting Bills, I Pamphlets, Blanks, Labels, &c, &<-.. executed : with accuracy and at the shortest notjre. : -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Fashionable Fall and 7 Winter Clothing. Call at the New Clothing Establishment, West King street, between Cooper & Lichty ' s and C. Hager ' s store, opposite to Steinman & Son ' s Hardware store. . B LICHTY, Merchaia^failor, has always on t hand a Btbck of Ready iWdc clothing, of the cheapest and best to be had in the city. .He would call attention to the followuig articles, and feels assured will be able to givc'general satisfaction to all who will favor him with their custom. His stock consists in part a3 follows: Dress and Frock Coats, Cassimere Pants, Neck and Pocket Handkerchiefs, Vests- of all kinds, Drawers, Suspenders, &c, together with every article of clothing for gentlemen ' s and boys' wear, which he will sell at the very lowest rateB. Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings always on hand. Having just received the. New York and Philadelphia Spring and Summer Fashions, he is prepared to attend to customer ' s work, which'will be warranted to be do...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

E. Ml IIAMBRIGIIT, MERCHANT TAILOR; Would most respectfully inform his friends anil the public that he has received at his room, for aoumber of years occupied by Gotleib Halbach, 'deceased, as a shoe store, in North Queen street, next door to the Ext aminer & Heraldomce, a large assortment of ready made CLOTHING, of eiery variety,cut and made in the latestfall and winter styles. , ' . j; He would also inform his fHends and \thepublic that he pays particular attention to customer work-, and is preparedto make to order allarticles in hiis line, in the latest and most fashionable style, and on the most reasonable terms. | Scouring and Renovating attended to on the shortest notice. He pledge's himself to give satisfaction to all who may wish garments renovated and scoured. He desires to present his acknowledgements for past favors and solicits a continuance of the public favor. j F.. M. MAMBRIGHT. September 21, 1847. 35-tf :

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