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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Books! Books! Books! M ATTEUCCl'S Lectures on Living Beings.— Lea & BJanchard publish this day— ' Lectures on1 the Physical Phenomena of Living Beings ; by Carlo Matteucci, Professor in the University of Pisa; with numerous wood cuts. Translated under the superintendence of John Perreira, M. D. F.|R. S. In one very neat volume, extra cloth. " These lectures delivered in - the -.University of Pisa, three years ago, have been received in Italy, in France, and b y the best authorities here, as important contributions to physical science. Professor (Matteucci has not only corrected the errors of previous editions, but has given Dr. Pereira the advantage of his own recent unpublished investigations, for the purpose of the present translation, which thus takes something of an original character. The book is easily translated, carefully annotated, and by Mattcucci's own desire, dedicated to Faraday."—Examiner. Also published this dav—Poisons, in Relation to Medical Jurisprude...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

¥&e united itftteii' €istiiinw Itofe. m»wimm muk* MvwmjMmm-. m mm (mt« mmmmtiftmm mt. mmfm m vm\ Hftw, fet siffal&witfc • vtf\ Yi: - n^BWjnRfflmfHtniKWWishmsHti now phuWhi hy X ftf we iKgsJt »nd stap«i»niiH)ftrosfltBf mpn 'n WW WOT1 WW m»rte dueling iq tfiecjtyof Unw. ler, and wilt positively not be t^ncArwoItt by aw tithw. The utock includes every de«criptipn of clothing worn at the present day. The most fashionable, as well as the most plain, so that all tastes may bo suited: The subscriber being a practical and experienced tailor i gives 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 cash, can confidently recommend the inhabitants of Lancaster city and county, one and all, to call at the SIGN OF THE STRIPED COAT, and convince themselves that it ia the right place to buy cheap and well-made clothing. A large var...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

< ^ * ,* « r- • ' , Kccesslty of Organization. In refeience to the great duty of organisation, the distinguished Burke writes as.tbllowa: "Whilst men are linked'together, they easily and speedily communicate the alarm of any evil design. They are enabled to fathom it with common counsel, and to oppose it with united strength. Whereas, when they lie dispersed, without concert, qnlcr or discip line, communication is uncertain, council difficult, ' and resintancc is impracticable. When men are not acquainted with each other's principles, nor experienced in each other's talents, not at ajl prac tisecLin their mutual habitudes and dispositions by joint effort! in business, no personal confidence , no friendship, no common interest, subsisting atnong them, it is evidently impossible that they can, , act a public 'pait 'wfth uniformity, perseverance, or efficiency. In a connexion, the most Inconsiderable man by adding to the weight of the whole lias his value, and his use; out...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

ipreeliei 1 & Jtdlwer'g Cheap Hhi fl= t* Hi C Wwtci " - ti AftHWMg, Mlftisi PaiDr3t8H*iprl mmm J5|- m wiBngertlsMBsWiftitsl pjg^i £<h,w«Mi mmmx, kwwM by mw\\« fcnetfw! » fPW dftP.Ft< WSf fit; m PflHFt ffRHSPi HP*? RflflF ?M thp flFMB1 StflfP Pf J*Wn*J« Sn(«h,Tand ftppfl8«e ^Pft-MpBtiehgqpts JJp,telt >vhjcli jJiey hayp rpcpntly ^en and wjiert; they will carry on tiiu bnaii^«s. They most respectfully beg leave to invite the attention of their friends and acquaintances to their stock of Hardware, which they have juat opened and Tvill sell at the most reasonable prices, including every variety of Iron and Steel, Latches, Locks, Bolts, Hinges, .Screws, and all kinds .of building materials, every description of Files, Blacksmith's Bellows, Saddlery, best warranted Edge Tools, Planes, and Vcneem. Also a complete assortment of CEDAR WARE, such as tubsbuckets, butter churns,.together with every article in their line. They will keep constantly on hand every ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Great Bargain*-.-The Cheapest 'PM Hat Store In the City! Jam. SIGN of the Golden Hat.—Fall Fashions and Removal. Jacob Hess, corner of East King and Duke Streets, opposite the Farmers ' Bank, would most respectfully notify .his friends and the public generally, that he has removed'his ghflp frpm Nqrth Qu.eeq street to the above stand } and very cordially invites all inf his old customers, and as many new oneB as would wish to.save a (foliar in the purchase of a hat, to give him a call, as he can sell them a handsome and durable article at least one dollar lower than can be purchased at many other shops. He is also prepared to fill all orders for HATS and CAPS, ofthe beat quality and latest styles, promptly and'on terms aB accommodating as can be obtained at any other stand. He would also say his Fail and Winter Fashions are now ready, and invite all to call, examine and judge for themselves. ' He keens constantly on . h?n4and man,«fa.ctures to order, all sizes of Cassimere, Br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Fall FashlonN. Country Merchants.visiting Lancasterdealing in Hats or Caps, can besupplied at wholesale prices, from one to a dozen, such as they may \vant. He also informs his numerous friends 4ind customers that he still continues to conduct the Hattimr business in all branchesias'heretofore, at Mb -- OLD STAND IN 1NEW HOLLAND, to which place all orders for the delivery of Hats are requested to be forwarded. * : sen4-14-lv - DAVID SHULTZ. D SHULTZ. Hatter, No. 19l 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 wili be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at the shortest notice. As all his HatB 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 city in the Union. His Block consists of Beaver, Nutria, Bru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

- ; /The ScWsm Man. , ': ; ¦ ¦ ' „. It is the decree of Heaven, that the exclusively selfish man shall be miserable even in this world. Ashe m-rar giv«ilove to.any man, hej never can receive a return of love, fle is at war witK'the general good, of his species, and is therefore *" the common' enemy ..of mankirid! - His money 'jnay command attentions, and prnciire the outward show of respect—but he.can never receive the homtge of an unbought smile; or the warm .tribute tf a.. grateful. heart. Wealth t> toot poor; to purchase loye; and power is not strong enough to enchain affection.. Theeyemay (all abashed in the presence of grandeur—the lips may chaunt tl»c praise of affluence; the knee.may. bend in homage before the splendor of; authority*—but the heart ii above "all bribe , rand wiH.give.ils affections to goodhesS alone; Thfcseln^tmanristherefore shut out from : allitaat givesgraice and value.to lift, all that make»:ltfe"a blessing».for whatis wealth worth tohrln'who ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Monthly Volumes of* Cheap-Popu-' lai* Reading Books, ! For young and old. at JUDD §¦ MURRAY'S Cheap I Book Store opposite the Post Office, North. j Queen street Lancaster. j LIFE of Lady Rachel Russell, Life of Moham- j med, History of the French RevolutionCowper's Task, Life of Cvrus, Modern Jerusalem, Ancient JeniKalein, Solar System, Sidereal Heavens, .History of the Waldenses, Life of Luther, History > of Man, Modern Civilization. ALSO, Learning to Think, Learning to Feel, Learning to Act, The Seaman aud his FamilyBiographical Sketches, FamilyScrap Book, Knowledge of Nature. Many of these are embellished richly with engravings. Price, in Paper Covers, !2j Cents. The moat flattering commendations of this series of books have been given by the public press and by intelligent individuals in the United States as well as in England. Graham's Magaaine for February, Godey ' e Ladie 's Book for " The Ladle ' s Garland " " Just received by Judd & Murrav, agent * , wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

A True Story. j On the plains of NewJersey, one hot .summer ' s day. Two Englishmen, snug in a coach, were vap 'ring; A Yankee, who happened to travel that way, Took a seat alongside, and sat wond'ring L gaping. Chock full of importance, like every true Briton, Who.knows British stars far outshine our poor luna; These cockneys found nothing their optica to hit on. I But what was insipid or miserably puny. I Compared with the English, our horses were, colts, Our oxen but goats—and sheep but a lamb ; And the people! (poorblockheads!) sucli pitiful dolts! Mere Hottentot children, contrasted with them ! Just then a black cloud in the west was ascending, The lightning flashed frequent, with horrible glare; While near & more neara fierce tempest portending The thunder rebellowed along the rent air. An oak, by the way side, Jove 's holt made adaahou, With a peal that knock'd horses & cockneys all flat; There, hang you! cries Jonathan, quite in a passion, Have you got ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing:. Call at the New Clothing Establishment, Wpst King street, between Cooper & Lichty?s and C. Hager 's store, opposite to Ste.nman 8c Son ' s Hardware store. . ' ... T) LICHT.Y, Merchant Tailor, has always on ||« hand a stock of ready made clothing, of the cheapest and best to be had in the city. He would call attention to the following articlesand feels assured will be able to give general satisfaction to all who will favor him with their custom. His stock consistsin part as follows: i.-v Dress and Frock Coats, Casyimere 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 rates. Cloths, Caasimeres, and Vestings always on hand. Having just received the New York and Philadelphia Spring and Summer Fashions, he ia prepared to attend to customer ' s work, which will be warranted to be done ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

. y -, ' ,- -^. .-' - ~ , - , • *• •• f -v-A-*o»etoB': i»iity: ;:f " 'f: '; - . -' It is the solemn duty of every Beniocrat-to fojget every lliingin Hie effort to pueb. forward the glorious cauwj of equal rights... We. would say to our friends; Bory your, personal antipathieB. Rise, above all considerations of self. JRegarialoue the great end of wrr-polrrirarTassBctettoJi; and show yourselves supaior-?-^ 3S$^-y*ffi<itive»; which toit^^ often; go\emineir: i "He tAi, r^ainJs tie.cin^st a« mvolvlng g>eaf intere^aHirgreaf and pftrannouiit principle*;' will iwi^^irA . lo^wn^Kia 'til ' guide hi*'actidtL " Never T ieli^o * m ' eie;||erional preferenies or sectional jealousies. ' DistrnBt '^ the man whoapD^b' toyour ~ pT6junlces ~ and not your : .VSsHW* '*' iMsSJ?S'>if^»i.s; 3 .! " ^ ¦ ~k_ a-» ¦^Y^ ft M--vi*-> v-A ;.. . ¦ •.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

tlflwfl&tev Int«litpmv fVHfelSHllil SYSBr " Wmh ' awHI-HiiiV it W jJUTTiR: ill ftf/iff fit .if Wfttt fWf.'! (tow (if We flfocW JfdHSf, (I(|/fll!(fiJJ CmUt $qmf: ¦ . ¦ ¦fK^MSsi SopscHWtiou.T—T<yo 4»l|iir« fjrsiniiuiKi payable in advance) two tvvenh'-fivejif not .paid within' six months; nnd two fifty, if hot paid within the year. No subscription discontinued until alt arrearages-are paid) unless-a^ the option of the Editor. : : Aiivektisemehts.—Accompanied by the CASH ,and not exceeding one square, wjl be inserted three times for one dollar, and twenty-five cents foreach additional insertion. Those fit' a greater length in proportion. . ' \ ' .-. Job Printing.—Such as Hand lills, Posting Bills, Pamphlets, Blanks, Labels, 4c&c.', executed with accuracy and at the shonest notice.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

& Great Bargains. DK. . u. A. &HL.UK, hnve just opened ai • their cheap cash Dry xjioods store, in the National House building, Norih Queen street,a splendid assortment of Cloths of all colors* Black and Fancy Cassimeres. Cassinetls. Vestings of every description. —ALSO— ] j Plaids of every description, Caahmecea, Mouslin de Laines, Alpachas, Shawlsi Flannels, Tickings and Check?, Hosiery and Gloves, &c. &.C The public are invited to coll and examine their slock as they-are determined 10 sell at a small advance for cash. , DANIEL R.EHLER. C. AMANDUS EHLER. oct 19 38

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

E. K. IIAIUBRIGHT, MERCHANT TAILOR; would ^ most respectfully inform his friendb and the'public that he has received =i his room, for-* number of years occupied by Qotleib Halbach, deceased, as a shoe store, in North Queen street, next door to the Eiaminer & IJerald office, a large assortment of ready made CLOTHING, of every variety, put and made in the latest fall and winter styles, ' He would also inform his friends and the public that he pays particular attention to customer.work, and is prepared to make to order all articles in Jus line, in the latest and most fashionable style, and on the most reasonable terms, ' * Scouring and Renovating attended to on the shortest notice. He pledges himself to give satisfaction to all who may wish garments renovated and scoured, He desires to present his acknowledgements for past favors and solicila a continuance ofthe public favor ^ E. M.MAMBRIGHT. September 21, 1847. 35-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Removal of the Cheap Cash CLOTHING 8T4>RE. J GORMLEY, Merchant Tailor, respectfully s informs the citizen** of the city and county of Lancaster-—his customers and the customers of Simon- J, Young, that he has taken the stand no long occupied by S. J. Young, two doors south of Orange Street, and next door to J. Ginh & Co. ' s J*ook Store, where he lias the largest assortment of ready made clothing ever offered in the city of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cloaks, Bangup, SackDread, Frock, Walking and Riding Coats, Roundabouts for boy a of all sizes and descriptions. J. G. returns thunks for the many favors and liopes that his friendu and the cuutqmers of S. J. Young and the public in general will continue to favor nim with their calls. [nov 16-42

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Valentine Head quarters. A T J. GISH & CO'S CHEAP BOOK STOKE J\_they have now ready their assortment of VALENTIN'KR, richbrilliant and chaste,—and the utock of txitti Ntnliiiu-ntal and Comical i« tholargt'itt, best, and most complete ever ^ot up in thin country ; aud they guaranty to sell at the very loweNt cash prices. " J Storekeepers,' Dealers, and Country Merchants, will find it greatly to their advantage to get their HitpplifH of us:—having arfull supply of Envelopes, Valentine Writers, and everything connected with the budine»«, at the lowest rates. Remember the place tp buy School Books Cheap is at J. GJSH $t CO'S Cheap Book Store/North Queen at., Lancaster. Jan 25 1848 " 52

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Ornamental marble Works. i E AST- King street, next door to John N. Lane's store. Charles M. Howell, Marble Mason, j respeptfully informs the citizens ftf Lancaster and j the public in general, that he carries on the MAR1 BLE BUSINESS, in all ite various branches, and invites all to call on him, as he is satisfied that he can sell cheaper than any other establishment in the city or state. ' He invites the public to - call and examine his stock of finished MantelsMonumentsTombs, Grave Stones, and also his collection of designs for I M/dnuments, Tombs, &c, before purchasing else- j where. jan 16 ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

White Crape Shawls. LONGENECKER &C0.,ha.ve received a lot of! handsome White Crape Shawls of all prices j and qualities to the most costly, which they will j dispose of at small advances. Also, a new lot of Paris Embroideries, Needle Worked Collars, caps and laces, Silk Fringe, &c. A beautiful assortment of Fancy Dress Goods, Ginghams, Lawns, Balzorines, Be'reges, &c., Linen plaids and Silk Ginghams, A beautiful lot of Bonnet RibbonB. LONGENECKER Ii CO., Comer of East King and Centre Square. May 26, 1847. . 17-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

IrfHigenecIier & Co., CALIi the attention of the public to their large and splendid-assortment of. Dry Goods. The mercantile relations in which'they stand enable them to compete with any in their business. To the low price of their goods, (wjii^)! are selected with great care and taste,) is united the greatest variety in styles of all that is new and desireablc. Their: stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS is die largest in the*ity. There is a great range for me indulgence of the' fan'eji. 'ind U ia with pleasure they can assert there are " few ofrthose wh.fli have, ftvored them with a pall that have left unsatisEed. [nov 16 '47-42-tf ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Removal. G1 EO. SPURRIER would respectfully inform hia X friendB, customers, and the publicin general,, that he has removed his Clothing Store from his old stand next door to the Post Office, to one door south of John Bear 's Printing Office, and nearly opposite J. Michael's Hotel, at the sign of the Bjo Pants, where all would do wel to call that wan toTmy CHEAP AND WELL-MADE CLOTHING. Kr Customer ' s work attended to at the shortest notice, and made in a workmanlike manner. Don't forget the place, sign of the Big Pants, dec 7 '47-45-tf] GE0. . SPURRIER.

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