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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

¦ THv TViiiS oS'C'^irisi. ¦"I'M! IS grand and .inposing Inhibition of Statuary. jB__ vrprv^ctiling i)iv t.'i;iJ u/ our Saviour before Pouiius Pihin;. iu a group of 2'A f.^'ires the; a an of Life, splendidly dn-sM-d ri app;'»pr::i:c cj:--iu:ue. l> ho.v open for VxhibitiCMi :it liie . \1 i. S K L. _M . JV'r. L:i;iii:.? t.iiii.'s p!e;is:ire in Jiiljiuumc.!;;,' lo tne iiiiciiin'i:. t'lL^'i-ier w:ih th.it ol sin e:\ii or ' me moat talented netiata for some months \r,:si: aiul lie llafters Inmself that fur correctness ol expression, combined wit'i truthiul accuracy, it will far excel any thing of tin: Ui:ul ever rxhiinicd Jiere. This splendid group is the projection of a celebrated urti.it, and is intended to represent that moment in tiie Tnai of our Saviour, when Caiiiplias savs to him, " 1 adjure tliee by liie living God in.il iliii:i ie!l <:s u heiiier th<>u be Ch.'tsi ihe son ofUu.L"" Jtvns answers, •¦ Tiiou ha?t s.iid: nevertheless I snv :iiiio v.mi....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

All's for the Best; All's for the bf-st \ be sanguine and cheerful; Tr-"] ",>le ;ur.l stirrow arc frmnils in disguise^ XnTliiiiii hut I' - ' iily ctics faithloid nn.l fearful ; Ciuiraso. i ' urcver is happy and wise: All for ;h? hcut,—if :i mnn would but know it ; Pr.n.i'Oiicr. wUlies us ail to be blest; Ti; s >^ ii'i dix itu o1' t.'te pu;i¦[it ur poet j I [I.'v.p:-, i. = ;;frxc.ou. ^, and—r-Ul's fur the best! \ A!! for the nest ! set this on your standard, . } Poldier of siiilncss, or pilgrim of love, Who to the shores of Despair may have wandered. A wavweark- ' swallow, or heartstricken dove : All tor tht* best!—ho a m:m but confiding, I'nividenrc t?:ide.-!v governs tlie rest, j j And the I 'nii! bark of His creature is guiding, i Wiselv and warily, all tor the best. ' All lor the beat! then Ming away terrors, Mnet all your fears and your foes in the van, ¦ And in the midst oi' voiir dangers or errors | Trust like a ' child, while you strive like a man : ¦ All'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Genius aud Confidence. He who first laid down tit a hackneyed uuishu. th;tt diffidence is the companion of genius knew very little of the workings of the human heart.-— True, there may ha\e been a few such instances. and it U probable that iu this maxim, as in ino.->t. the exception made the rule.. But what could ever reconcile genius to its sufferings, its sacrirlccs. its fevered inquietudes, the intense labor which can alone produce what the shallow world tie.*em> the giant offcpring of a momentary inspiration: what sould ever reconcile it tu the^e but the haughty and unquenchable conscioune^s of- internal power: the hope which has the fulness of certainty that in proportion to the toil is the reward: the sanguine and impetuous anticipation of glory, which burst the boundaries ol ' time and i*paee and r:iii*rc^ with a prophet ' s rapture ill** immeasurable regions of immor tality. ' Rob genius of its confidence, of its lofty self-esteem and you clip the wings o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Kissiaig. . | tome'one. we don ' t know who. say?, that e\er since Jacob kUsed Raehiie * at tlie well, kissing" Iras { Icon a Token of U>vp In1 1ween the sexes. i Thij« is u liict which we are culled upon to wit-; ness almost every dtiy. though iho philosophy oi the matter we c;in never understand. True, we arc not so phlcgma/ic as 1o say we never Iclt a strange thrill ircmblins through every nerve when our lips-have met somebody ' .«. yet why the simple meeting of the lips should cause exquisite pleasure, we never could divine. In till ages of the world. from .the time Jucob made the great discovery o! ihe virtues that resided in ttat lipf=. until the present generation, kissing has been considered one oi tho chief blessings ol life. To render kissing truly delightful, however, the lips tlmt meet must be those of men and maiden?. For thp.'q oJ ' one .sex to ki^.> f'iich oth^r. it i? too much (to use" tho classical figure of a certain young lady) like mush ar.d j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Religion in Palaces. It is related that when the late Duke of Kent was expressing concern about the state of his soul in the prospect of death, his physician endeavored to soothe his mind by referring to hu high station, and his honorable conduct in the distinguished sit uation in which Providence had placed him—and that the Duke stopped him short by saying,<: Jfo; remember if I am to be saved, it is not as a prince, but as a hisses.11 ' Op aEking his physician if he were accustomed to pray, the latter replied, t: Please your royal highness, I hope I say my prayers; but shall I bring a prayer Jtpok ?'V: No," ' was the answer; "wh#t 1 mean is, that if you arp afpufg tcme4 to pray for yourself, you could pray f«r me in my present situation." The doctor than asked if he should call the duchess. ''Do," said the prince; the duchess came and offered up a most affecting prayer in behalf of her beloved husband. - Not ' many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

.\oticc to BMsliUci'g, AND ALL WHOM IT .MAY C'OXt'KttX. ^ VSTJIKRFAS, I, Jacob Weitze!, of the city o y\ Lancaster, ctippersmith ^ have received b y let" ters Patent, recorded in the Patent ollicein the city of Washington, certain useful improvements in the cnistructiou of Stills, which imoroveineiUs consist of an additional tub, called a, doubling .tub, which is placed partly above the. still, in which tub the doubler is inclosed, the beer which is pumped into the upper tub passes down by a plug pipe into the doubling tub, where it is brought to a boiling state betore it is let into the still, which pipe is opened or stopped when requisite by means of a plug made of wood, copper, or any other material. What I claim as my improvements arc the above described doubling tub and the plug bv wliieh the beer passes Irom one tub to the other, or from the tub into the si ill - Having received information,amounting to proof, that my patent for the above described improvements has been ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Farmers ' JBaetk of Lancaster,} J'EHHUAUY -2-2. ISIS. 5 At a meeting of the Directors held this day.Geo H. Krug, Esq., having resigned as President , C. Hager, Ksq jwas'unanimously elected to thatoilicc. Whereupon, ihe.following resolutions were "unanimously adopted: -Resolved, That the Directors of the Farmers' Bank of Lancaster have received with deep and urifeigned sensation the resignation of George II. Krugj Esq , their late President Resolved, That in yielding to the severance by 4iim of his connexion with the administration ot this Institution, his late colleagues cannot forego ihe occasion of expressing their warm sense of regard for his virtues, his estimable character, his uniform courtesy of manners, and the ability and . integrity with which he has presided over its affairs. Resolved, That we tender to him, on behalf of ourselves and the stocK-hplders.our sincere thanks for his long and faithful services , and our best wishes for his future prosperity and happiness...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

I Version of an Ancient Prayer. "Toll me, " with what confidence canst thou lie down to sleep, and pass away ihe darkness of the nieht, unless thou shalt first arm thyself by fervent j and devout prayer i*' St. Chrysostum de Ofando Deum. O Thou eternal Source of light, Thou Sun of righteousness, most hright, Rising in glory evermore, Aud never setting—giving slorc . Of food, life, gladness, unto all Thai duly on they hountics call : — I Vouchsafe, fireat God ! on me to shine, I Shed on my mind thy.rays divine, Illume its darkness, as the day ; Disperse, my sins' black mists away : From error' s path my footsteps guide, I Nnr let me from thy presence slide. j O Thou, the God whom I adore, I Be with me now and evermore!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

| Fttslsioisi&bltt FsaSS aud Wiuter ! l Cloftliia?. , fall Til tlif New Clothing K.stali'I.-.hinent, West Kijig j j=tr«ot, IiPlwprn Cmipnr ii Lin'ity's and C. }laser's \ store, opposite to Stcimn;ui Sc Son's Hardware j fi.torc. E L1CI IT Y, Merchant Tuilor, lias always on 0 hand a stock of-ready made c:l<pthin<r, of the 1 cheapest '•Hid bnst to \>v had " in tln> city. He wou'd | call attcntiini to lhc imlowing articles, and fuoLs ; a.-'stirrd will l*p a!i!c to u ' wv frcncral siitislaction to ' ail who will favor him wiih their custom. Iiissiock ' consists in part as follows: j iJrcss and Frock Ctcits. Cassimcrc Pants, Xock I mid Pocket Hanhkerchirfs, Vests of all kinds, 1 Drawers. Suspenders, &;¦. together with: cvury arii' . cle of clothinir fnr ^ciitlpnusn's " and boys' wear, i which he will sell at die viVry lowest rau-s. Cloths, ; CassiniercF. anil Vcxtinixs always on liairl. f IJ.-friug jusL rrccivf.'c; the New York and PUilai ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Doctor Vo:sr.-»aSS* fl«r U."> cecils. ' BY means of ih<- ppt'KMT .KSCULANIS, or Kvf.uv Osf. if is own Physician ! Seventeenth Edition, with upwards of line- Hundred Kngraviugs. , v»howing private diseases in every shape and form, .and malformations of liie generative system, bv ¦Wm. Young, M. 1). The time has no.v arrived, that persons suffering ¦from secret disease, need no more become the victims of Quackery, as 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. In addition to the general routine of pri"^ •vvate diseases, it fully explains the cause of ManftQOd'x earlydaeline, with observations on Marriage —besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. {£?-T?ersons residing at any distance from Philadelphia, can have this Book forwarded to them through the Post Office, on the r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

To Housekeepers.' riRHE subscribers invite purchasers of all or any J_ kinds of DRY GOODS required in housekeeping, to call and examine their stock u-Jjidi is (-"!ifined exclusively to those articles, **oinprisini: "i part all kinds of Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Qin.: , Blanket?. Damask-Tible. Cloths and Napkins, T"-- --elings, Tickings, Table and Piano Covers, Furniti:- '' Dimities and Chintzes, embroidered :md low pric. Curtain Muslins. Worsted Damask and Moreens, Domestic Muslins, Sue, &c, together with a large stock of all kinds of Flannels, and the best styles of Irish Linen, which thoy import direct from the most celebrated bleachers. By excluding Dress Goods from their business, they are relieved from the neceHsity of asking high prices at the commencement of tho season to compensate fnr losses consequent upon changes of fashion as the season advances, and will sell at the lowest risible grade of profits as the surest pieans of extending their business, JOHN V....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

! §¦:. ]W. II.-V>SESKICi£Il\ MKR ClfAN r TAIL ' OR, would most respectful iy inform his friends and the public that he 1 has received -at his room. Ibr a number of years oo ! copied bv ("otloih Halbach, deceased, its a shoe ' store, in North Quern street, next door to the Kx-¦ amines- & Herald oiiict 1 , a lar^c assortment of ready \ tiiade CLOTIIlNii, ufso\ cry variety, cut and iniiiie i in the latest fail and winterFty.les. lie \Vould also inform his friends and the public , that he pays particular attention to customer work,-' and is prepared to in.-ike to order ;t)l «inicies in his line, in the latest aud most fashionable style, and on th'* most rrasonaMo terms. Sci.i'rir.i: and Kfni.vatiiiir ¦ -.iirndf'd tn on iho Vh-n-tc^t untie"-. llfl pled»cs !i:nis.-l f tu -j.\\v. siitisf.iction V> a'l who nv.iv wjsh si.irinents renovated and sciMirt-J. lie t!f.-ires t*» presojit his. acknow!- c.iiiennMit-- for ]>:ist favitrs aful snlicilsa continuance of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

iV-;i».T UnvoTio-,- .—It is a beautiful thing to Ii- n'.i ,i Inmily at their devotions. Who would nut u- moved by the tear that trembles in the ¦ v.,ibrr ? fV. a? she looks to Heaven and poura forth i'V !r;>'"nt supp lications for the welfare oi her children ! Who can look with indifference upon the venerable father, surrounded by his children, with his uncovered locks kneeling in the presence of. Almighty God, and praying for tlieir happiness and prosperity » In whose bosqm.are apt awakened the finest feelings en bejigldipg a tender cjiild, in the beauty of innocence, fp](ling its little hands in prayer, - and imploring the invisible yet eternal Father, to bless its parents, its brothers and sisters aj|d playmates ?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Elemwvai oS' 4Ba« Oacap €iisE» i.'HAyrz'ittiifiT&m-i. TO Olt.MLMV. .Mcrchirfi! Tailor, respecltislly ^ e iiifonus ih- citizens uf ih.i city nr.d counly of 1 Lnncaner his cii-<iMini'r-< and the customers of sinnm .1. Vuiiiiir. th-it he lias ':;kcn tiie staiid set lon-j ncciit.lo.l by S. .]. Voiiiig, two doors s:iuth of Oraiiii-e Sirci-t. and u^;t door to J. t'ish & C'o.'s ; l\,ok Store, where },e hai tlie hrifest assortment of ! ready madf clt-iiiin-j ever o-Tered in the city ot ' Lancaster. This s'.ock consists of Clonks, liangup, ¦ " Suck. Dress, Frock, Walking and Hiding Coats, ! Roundabouts I ' or hovs of all sizes and descriptions. 1 J. G. returns thanks fnr the maiiy favors and ; hnprs tliat his iriemls and the customers oi * S. ,1. Viiung and the pul.lic in general will cmniiM-e to lavor him v.iih tiicir t;:ills. inov Hi-Vl-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Si^lSU.iT. "£5*i. - ('\ V.O. SPL'HIUKlt would respectfully imorm his X ii"ie;uis. customers, am) the public in pej:eral. . that he has rrmnwd his L'lothins Store from hi.~ old ; stand ne::t door to ihe l'nst Oiiice, to one tlooi su.iiii of.John Benr's Printing ( .ifrice, and aonr\\ ; i (ipposiic ,). Mlclnrl's llotrl. at the siL'n of tlif ilu; ; I'wrs. where aii v.'ouh! d«-» v/eii to call tint ^au' ' . Mbny t'HKAP AND \V KLL-M VDK CLOTIJlNt;. i {^r Customer's work attt-iulcd to at the shorten I nutice, and m.idc in a wt.rl.manlike mauur-r. Do;i" 1 for"rt the plucn. si^n ufUte U\'i l'antp. " d<y- 7 M7-15-Tfi ' i'.Co. Sl'L Hlil ill!.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Davis & Chew, C 4.BLNET WARE-ROOMS, No. 276. S. Second *t West side, Philadelphia. - HOUSEHOLD GOODS, cheap and of good quality—such as Beds, Bedsteads. Bureas, Chairs-Tables, " &x. Cash paid for Old Furniture or taken in exchange for New, Old ^Furniture repaired. Feb. 1, l*4S-Gm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

Chloroform in Ekglahd.—Births as well as deaths are published in England. The English1 papers now contain singular notices. A late London Times Has: " On the 27th of Jan. in Soho Square, (undui chloroform) Mrs.'Lewis C. Hertslet of a son.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

JICT ^. ' dentist who having labored "iii rain to extract a decayed. tootE from a lady's-mouth,gave up ' the task, wth, thia^ feUcitoui.apolo gy-4-^'1 ^* fast is, madam, it is iia^ossible fer anyttungjitaf to. come from your mouth-.' ¦ ' '; ¦, \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

SHAWLS. —A large assortment of long and squarge French Shawls for sale at reduced prices. ; C. JTAGER & SON .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 21 March 1848

FRENCH REVOLUTION I Arrival of the Steamer Cambria! ABDICATION OF LOUIS PHILLIPPE! A REPUBLIC PROCLAIMED * The Royal Family quitted Parit—Iimirntl on ana" Bloodshed in Parii—One Hundred Thptua ' nd Sol' dim undir arms in and around Paris—Resignation ofthtGuisot iHmutry—tKt Breclitlion M l&rtnrf-\ng—Dreadful Lou of LiftA-Tht Communication uiQK tht interior cutoff, ' - ' )\ ' From Wilnur t Smlth't European Timti. We noticed in our last the feverish iMto lr| which political afliilri itood in Parli on tho night of Tuoiday, tho 10th, and wo regrot to unnoiirjco that each day ha« added to that excitement, which hud Incicucd to »uch a pitch on tho S2d, tho (lay on which it had been fixed to holil tho grent [reform banquet, thnt tho cntiro city wan in open insurrection. Tho conversation which took place! in tho Chamber of Deputies on Monday ovcnlngjuotwoen Bairot nnd DucVnvtol, prepared trio pcopla ' [for the formal prohibition of the reform banquetj which was to take place ...

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