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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

'£'5jlo S'jsiJosS StsiloV; C3«i>tlijH5? StiOft'e. s:: r:i tii ' thf.- striijed coat.l>y IlliriSKN F.RnilN , y<>, :¦ , ' ) Xortji {^.le.Mi street, ci.nicr ol ' Orange, hsip st;n:ire from the Cuurt Iluure, ivtst side, Lanca^- tiT. j»:i. r BililS iii:un:m-t!i ei-Lnbliniimfjit. now conU^is by X t;'f '• ' '<<' l:i'"L"- 'st ami cheapost assortiiient (if inen'.s and boys' wei! r.ntde clutiling in t!io. city of L:incas-Ut, ;imi will positivclv not Uv. inrlersoM !>v any nt her. The stock includes every description ot ! cliit-iij;^ worn ;it tiu* present d:iv. The most fish-! i'iri;i)>!c, as well as the. must plain, s» that all-tastes , niav be suiled. T!ie subscriber boinn a practical | nnd twperieneed tailor, frives his entire personal aiJciiii-Hi lit the business, ;md lias every ganneul ¦ made under his immediate Lns]jnction hv the bc . st : workmen ;n liie Sine, and as he buvs all his goods in the K.istern cities |ur cash, can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

W. «. SEii'lioR,. (Successor to IVrkokSrViuitinc.) HOOK. Pjyi) ER, and Blank Dnoli Manufacturer, llarrial.iirjr. Pa. rVMlK subscriber respectful 1\" luiornis i:> invmls __ and the public, that lie i.s now c-irr- ¦ .•• ¦ .¦ j: ;>i: ;!ir above business in tin: old stand, innm : 1 y_ i.rci:;';< <1 by Hickolt & CiiiiLne. As rfuTTnHWrtuT]i:i-< ;V t!,r last eiciit vc:try:bcf!i cniiductod !>y him. !:<- !ki;;c:\- himseff tlfat. b* consul i'lteminn to business, he will merit an:!: still receive, a irnnt.itx'iire ul llnpatronage, bo iUmmmMv enjoyed l»v *ii( " ¦'!'! linn. Particular iiUoiitinn will i.e |i:ud m ilie rulmir ;i:id binding of every description fif li LANK i'.uuKS, for banks, countv ofi ' ire ';. inerci.nnts. ;in.l ;»nv:iii individuals. Mlf!) * ;i = : l!iSCo5ll! Lfd-JITS. HmhT.i!..! '- Discount ' Notti U-'uks, CJj;-i:k Ue.^ks. 'i' .-ri-:-.- - -m:i - in cuts. 'I'icl, lei*-;. SLT'ii^li. '1 /. W ci '¦; \ Sm [• ..:¦ ¦ ;; Le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Tootli Drawinsr. ¦ Many who would be valiant in battle, turn p'ak ut ihe siyht of a dentist' s chair. To stand up| to bi: shot in a duel is unpleasant to the nerves, pud to storm a breach requires a considerable modidum of determination ; but to pull the dentist's bell. ' and not run away—to walk boldly in and not to request a postponement, though it gains one nVlaurels.Jand probably would not help him to secure a political nomination on the score of heroism, is pure, unadulterated valor—intrinsic deriving no aid from isso. ciation or example—nothing from the instinct of discipline or the thirst for glory. In encountering other dangers, there is a large hope, too. of impunity—an expectation of survival—a fond trust to be with the unhurt, always existing. But he^o in that morocco throne, so grotesque, so mystical, &o strange in all its aspects,—your mouth wide ipen and your head ^ thrown back—what hope can tn'erfi - be i To be hurt is an inevitable thing. We! ar* in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

CfiOTHIHG. , A.12ERICAAT Cff^OTIIIXG STORE. SIGN OF THE BIG PANTS. ' ' ft By George Spurrier, North Queen Street, next door to Bear's Printing Office., and nearly opposite to Mirhr.elS Hotel. ("< F.ORGK SPUP.RIER- would return, his .sincere X thank-: to his friend* and the public ibr past favors, nnd !iope«, bv strict attention to business, ami a tietc-rmi. ' ;ation to sell nothing but what id well mnue and of good materials, to merit a continuance I have j'lst returnr;! from Philadelphia with an entire new slock of goods, selected with'zreat care, ami consi. ti:i^ in part oi' Superfine Fr.-nrh Cloth, Di>. Frpiu-h X)oe. Skin Cass/mcrc--:, Fine. French Summer Cassimeres. And a .-plendid ;issormeut of Fancy Satin Vest ings, which I will lie happy to make up, fur those who prefer bein^ measured, in the he>t ami mo.~t fash--ioTiabie manner. 1 h'ive also on hand a large assortment of KEADY-iUADE CLOTHING, nl'oiy own manufacture, which I -.viil warrant to i:e v....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

il_r" The fcllowing extract i.« strong but true, and may be read by all men with prolU. We commend it especially to the young men, tho^e who are just embarked 6n the great sea nl" life, and arc forming those principles of action which are lo govern them in their future course: " Woman shrinks with intuitive dread from the libertine glance, and it is only irom men. never irom her own heart, that she learns to become at once the object of his eager pursuit and his scoff! Arid no sooner does she lose that imme.diaie jewel of her ¦r>-- ] . Ff!: " re;1 j'fr ' t: than tu silence ' the sensitive con-.-cidleness ot ' her nature, she plunges into the prof u::iilL\-t depth* of vice. jUan is different. "A cloud may d.irken lor a period his mental vision ,' but the i\i>z nty liiut gleams from the_ sun of prosperity, or ambiiif.'y, on uny leading motive of live, will dispel the gloJhi, and he proceeds in his career of business or pleasure as if nought;had occurred to darken his m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

IVotSfo tt$ V&latlllwx * . AND ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. "\TTHEREAS, I, Jacob We.it7.fl, of the cilyi> *\Y Lancaster, coppy.rsmtth,havR rcccivrd-by letters Patent, recorded in tlie Patent mTice in the city (of Washington, certain use'b! iinjirc^pmrnts in the .construction of Stills, which imurovprnonts con i.-i of_an additional rub, called a doubling tub, which . is placed partly above the still, in which tub the doublcr 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 stitc before it U let into the still, which pipe is opened or stopped \vhen requisite by means_of a plugmaclo of wood, copper, or any other-material. What I claim as my improvements are the above described doubling tub and the plug bv which tho beer-passes f.-om one tub to the other, " or"from the tub into the still. Having received information, aii-oimtinc to proof, that my patent for the above, describee!...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

SpreclM*r &. I£o1e£i o^>> s I'lscap Siaa-d-Ware Store* - HARDWARE, Glass. Paints.Oils.auiIVarnL^hcs at thut loni: c?tal>lisliod Ft;md. Ktist Klu-j; <t., Lnncaster. formerly occupied by llowett ic Kri;".!--!1 . a fev." doors east ut * the Court House, ne\t door lo the Drua Store of J:nne.s Smith, and ojijtM-iic lim, Messenkop's Hotel, w.liich they h:ive. reci nily taken and where they will carry on the businc-^. Thev most respectfully beg Icmvp i.i im-te. tiic attention of their friends and :ic<[ini:U:i!ices tu their stock of Hardware, which they }y.iw just oprncd and will sell at the mns! /onsonablo prices, inchuiing everv variety of Iron and Steel, Latches. .Locks. Bolts, Hinges, Screws, and ail' kinds oi' building materials, every description oi * Files. Blacksmith's Bellows, Saddlery, best warranted Edge Tools, Planes, and Veneers. Aiso a complete assortment of CEDAR WARE, such as mU, buckets, huUur churns, togethef with every arti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

! WisiMfoiv ^lass Works, C":im«!i-n cimnv.-. , .?SaHvil2c Glass Works, Cumberland cu;.. j NEW JERSEY. I fiMl V.>V. Works comprise five Factories, with : JL their appendages1 , - of sufficient magnitude to 1 UKike over 100,000 l.uxe-s of Window oTass nnuu-1 ally, embracing every variety of size, from G-8 to I 33-1G. The proprietors are determined to leave no mentis untried to make their (ilass equal in all respects to i l'i\v European Cylinder Glass. They have engaged 1 ihi1 most skilful Blowers anil Flatiohcrs, and pnr-1 ticiilnr attention ig. paid to the assorting of the I qualities. i The Cutters art: held to a strict responsibility, , a:ul tor tliis purpoic tiic gla:'s assorted by them has , their respective names 'branded on the boxes in ¦ which it is packed Purchascrsiiaving just cause* ; of complaint, arc requested to report Ihem to the ; subi-criberp. wjih the names on the boxes com-1 phincd of. Strict attention will be. paid ' to their i communications, and n re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

! Farm ' for Sale. j rAAl ACRES OF LAND, situated on Elkridirc. ; OVJ\J4 H miles from the village of Ellicott-s i Mills, where there is a market for all kinds of produce, and 1U miles from the city of Baltimore ; [ -GO acres of this place is cleared and in good or-I der, the remainder, (¦)40) in wood, the greater part of which, is tine timber, and will meet with ready ! sale ;it the village. Enough of wood could b ' c cleared, (with .advantage to " the farm) to nay for at least ono-tiurfl ask ' ed for it. On this place there are no improvements , having but lately come into possession of the subscriber. The situation is beautiful and perfectly healthy, with an abundant supply ot fine water. If not sold by 12th of April, it will be offered at public sale, at J. H. BROWN'S , Patapsco Hotel, Elhcot^s Mills, on that (12th of April) day, at 3 o'clock, P. M. 1J .S;—Both the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Baltimore and Frederick Turnpike pass throutih Eliicott's Mills. Apply to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Cctmaster intelligencer, FTXIltTSHEI) ETERT TUKSUAT 7.!OTlS]yn. ; BY E. W. HUTTER. ! " Office in " Union Court,''' in the rear of the Market House, adjoining Centre Square. ¦ TERMS: Subscription.—Two dollars per unrtum. payable . in advance; two twenty-five' , if not paid within ¦six months; and two fifty, if not paid within the ' year. No subscription (iiscontiiiiird unli! all ar- , -rearages aro paid, unless at the option of ihe Editor. -Advertisements.—Accompanied In-the: CASy.nml not exceeding one square, v;i!l !>e inserted tliree. "times for ono'dollar, and lw(;ut\-fivr cfiits iureacii ¦additional insertion. Tivma of a greater Jorigth in proportion^ : ' ! vio® PHisTiyc.—Siich as N;ind Hills, Porting Hill = , Pamphlets, Kintfes, Labels, &c, &.C., executed : .with accuracy ana at the shortest notice.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Slzitv Tor §alo. 4 LI. persons willing tu roof cither new or old J;\_ I.'.uldir.cs with shite arp hereby informed that tlie subscribers havo now on hand at their quarries at Pe:ich Iliittom. Lancaster county, a lame quantity nf ROOFING SLATE,oi" a siipcriur quality ; also a proportion of second quality; all of which they will dispose of on vo.ry accommodating terms, cither by the ton or by the square when put on the -roof. !\ r.oii:; wishing to roof buildings of any desi rij>- lioii e:i:i always he supplied at tlie shortest in.tic ir, c tiling on the undersigned partner, at his ?.!:!!?. near Goslirn post office.Fulton township, in person, or address him by letter, directed to that.office, am! they will be promptly attended to. Thoy also further request those who may find it more convenient to mil on John Ehler. Esq., of the city of Lar.cas tf•:-. :>: on Mr. Jeremiah Brown, of Columbia, thev lieiinr fuliy authorized to contract for said companv-SLATEll BROWN &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Old I lilted States Via?.. I lie flag-was thirteen stripes," red and vfojte with a rattlesnake extended, mouth open and Bting ?&t, towards the outer folds of the flag—the tail just touching the staffj as if springingon ajfoe; under the snake the following words: " Don 't tread upon inc." There was no field of blue or Whije, or stars, but simply as above stated;—and it^yasjthat very flag, while floating-from the main royal qf the frigate Alliance, under tht gallant Paul ' Jorie sj that dashed through a British fleet of twenty-one sail of i the line, in the North Sea—the, intrepid Jones de^ livering his starboard and larboard broad-sidds under a ten knot breeze into the. Admiral, aral received the rtre of the whole fleet as he passedjahd under full chase of the formidable ' foe, 'arrived in safety at " Brest. , ' ->,. [-¦!' , ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

LooSi/IIerc! Clocks and Watches. , fTiHL undersigned has just returned from X Philadelphia with a new and splendid $?£ \ assortment of Clocks, Watches. Accord eons, j£-^]m Musical Boxes, Gold Pens, &c, which he isSLii^ prepared to dispose-of on the most reasonable terms. Among his assortment may be found Gold and Silver Levers, Imitation Levers, Quarticrs and English Watches, and a new article of Clocks, and all articles usually kept in his line. Jle respectfully invites the inspection of his friends both in town and country to his stock of goods with the assurance that from his assortment they cannot fail to make a selection of any article they may want. Repairing attended to as, usual, and all work warranted. JOHN BROWN, Agt. Feb. -15, 1S4S. ¦ ' ; 3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Chaii- MaUorPapea* Ilimger asid Painter. Corner of South Queen and Vine streets. THE undersigned respectfully informs his friends and the public ' that, he has now on hand, and is constantly manufacturing to order CHAIRS eft of all kinds and descriptions, from the highest &£a ' to the lowestprice. They have been generally H[\ admired 1 —are elegantly finished, and are of the most durable character. . ¦ House J painting in all its varieties executed by the undersigned. His prices will be found extremely moderate. ; All orders for Paper Hanging * will be promptly . . executed. ' ; ' ' ' .-GEORGE F. HOTE. . . ' ' dec 22 1S-17 ' " ¦ 4My

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

RSt'fijioviaS. / \ ED. SPiiqilKR would respectfully inform his \ JT iVieiid?-. cifstumrrs. and the public in general, that he has removed his Clothing Store from his ojd -tauil next door to the Post (Mice, to one door south of John Bear's Printing Oliice, and nearly nppnsite J. Michael's Hot^l, at the sipi of the U;b PAnts. v.hrre all would do well to call that want to ' buv CHEAP AND WELL-MADE CLOTHING. {£7 - Cu>:nmer's work attended to at the shortest no;ii;e, and made in a workmanlike manner. Don't forget ihe pliice, si^jn of the Bis Piuiti. de.- 7 ¦ ¦IT-l. - j-tn GEO. SPURRIER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

An Hox-ohable A?rn REVKitExn Gent.—The Liverpool Mail says: "The Hon. and Rev.' Augustus Cavendish has been taken into custody, charged with having obtained fraudulently £60 worth of diamond brooches, the property of Messrs. Hunt and Ro.skfill. jewellers and silyer-smiths, New Bond slrect. ' ¦ : '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

IET If thou take pains in what is good, thfefj^iins vanish, tbe good remains; if thou; take pleasure in what is evil, the evil remains, and the pleusjlre vanishes. What art . thou,-&e. worse fpr:plr i'0£0r I better -for pleasure, when botji are past ! : »v-f7*Tr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

! , ARRIVAL OF THE STEAM-SHIP WASHINGTON ' Bank, of France Suspendea Cash Payments. t Peaceful Progrea of the Revolution in France-i-Sat and Revolution m Vietma—Ruignation and Flight of Prince MeUermch—Dettrudim of hit Houu—Suit and Revolution in Berlin—TA* ISngofPnutia Frightened and Obstinate—^311 Europe in a ttate of Revolution—decmchement of the Queen of ' England. YN»w Yobk, April17i The Steamer Washington has just arrived with Liverpool dates of the 31st of -March. J A monster meeting wtu to be held at Dublin on the SOth of March, but no report had been received when the Washington started on tho 31»u .Tho Lord Mayor roused to call It, and Smith O'Brlun hud done so on his own authority, Tho British government was making preparations to sup|ires« it, Steivmon were being armed ami soldiers embarked for that country, anticipating- that difflcul. ties would occur. . } The riots in England and Scotlnnd had abated, and those countries were quiet. • 1 In France all was quiet....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

For the Lancaster Intelligencer. Common Schools and Christian Education. v Is it right} that the children of parents desiring it, may receive religious instruction in Common Schools ? Though in no wise connected with the Common School Board of this city, I feel an interest in this question, which I think is eminently, vitally important to every head of family. We have paid our money, and some of us have given our influence, in support of teachers who give religious instruction in Schools. Have we done right or wrong, in this matter? If we have injured any one, by so doing, the principles of religion require that we repent and reform. Our' intentions have been certainly good. I trust our practice has not been so dangerous as some imagine. W? do not expect a teacher to propagate his own sectarian views among his pupils. It would be unjust. I cannot think our teachers are inclined to do this. If they were inclined to proselyte, they would be unwise to attempt it in the public sch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 April 1848

Taxation aiid Mtoerty. Money is the mainspring of government Taxation—by which govenynent obtains money—is the chief burden of the people. The positive good done by government is effected by the judicious application of money; and one-half of its negative usefulness by its being denied. The liberties of the people, therefore, are always more endangered by money in the hands of government, than from any other element of power. And, on the other hand, taxation—as it is the chief source of power to government—It it also tbo highest test of liberty In the people. Just taxation, in a settled government, ta liberty. Unjust taxation—it matters not what the Ibrm of government may bo—Is tyranny. And tin) ro&sons aro obvloua: Taxation li utmost tho only poiltlvo deprivation which govornment exact* from the miui of the people. It Is almost the only positive action at nil, by which it afflicts thorn. It* civil oflleert—lt» soldiers—oven Its courts of Justice—touch not tho muss, an...

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