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

LIST OF I.ETTEES remaining in the l'ost-Oflice at Lancaster, February 1, 184S. . ¦ - Persons calling for letters will please .say they are ! . : ' ndvertiKed. [ - i A . Kling Miss Joanna [Armstrong James ; Kirk Jno : B ' Kauffinan'Mrs Ann 1 Boweu Thomas i 1^ Krubaker John j Law Smith 4 lienjamin C W j I.audis Isaac Barrett \iichael Long Henry liuchanau Win | Liuton David Uostick Keiix.. ' Latuoii John ¦ Jlu' ckwallcr Jicujamiu , LinvillcThonias Hrenneman Henry . ¦ ¦ M : Jiuch Jacob j JPCaffrey Barney Hacker John Major Alexander Breimcnian Jacob ' ' ' M'Phorson J j licer Charles ' 1 Miller Silas Buckwnltcr .Mrs Ann S . Miller John Sixtua C Alontgomerv Joseph Cooper J.U Mills John ' Cuopcr Miss X arv Ami 'Miller Reuben Clark Edwin Mentzer L &. Co Culvert Jno T Martin Daniel Cock ran Hobl - ManningP&J .Cuuplin Philip ' Miller Tobias M Clyde J J j. ¦ Miller A Henry Cramer Luke j McClellan John S Colder Naml | McDole Win Conner Saml j Mylin Abram - ' D McDonald Gilbert ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

From the German of ftaiisaen. Astonishing Accuracy of the Bible. An astonishing feature of tlie word of God is, notwithstanding the time at which its compositions were written,, and the multitude .of the-topics to which it alludes, there is not one physical error—not one assertion or'allusion, disproved by the progress of modern science. None of those mistakes which . the science of each succeeding age discovered in the books preceding; above all, none of those absurdities which modem astronomy indicates in such great numbers in the writings of the ancients —in their sacred codes^—in their philosophy, and even in the finest pages of the fathers of the church —not one of these errors is to be found in any of our sacred books. Nothing there will ever contradict that which, after so many ages, the investigation of the learned world have been able to reveal to us on the state of our globe, or on that of the heavens. Peruse with care/ our Scriptures from one end to the other, Wtnd ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Tlie Frowning Scene in the Court Martial. The "frowning down" of Gen. Kearney by Col. Benton,in the Fremont Court Martial, was decidedly a rich affair. We say nothing of the success of Col. B. He says he succeeded—Gen. K. says he did not. But we speak of the " attempt and not the deed," when we say, itwas "decidedly rich," but was not-.original. A scene in Pickwick, it has been suggested, furnished the hint. We quote as follows : ¦ '&'*>, ' said Mr; Tupman, *you are a fellow.3 ' ' Sik,* said Mr. Pickwick, * you are another. ' Mr.-Tupman advanced a atep or twoand glared at Mr.^Pickwick. Mr. Pickwick returned t he glare, the glare concentrated with a focus, by means of hia {spectacles, and breathed a bold defiance ! ' Sir,' said Mr. Tupman, after a abort pause, speaking in a deeplow voice, ' you have called me old. ' ' I have, ' aaid Mr. Pickwick. i 'And fat. ' - ' 1 reiterate the charge.' 'And a follow.* . ' So you ure 1'- There was.a fearful pauHe. ' \ly attachm...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

The lllmiiigs of Chloroform. Am— "Run Nelghhars, Run," H-f. Oh! whut a host, whnt nil infinite variety, Rapt imagination, in her traimporlR warm, (Pictures of lilemingH conferred upon Hocicty By the now discovery of Chloroform ! Application*,imputations,drrmdauonii.porforcuiuiis, Utterly diveated of all disagreeable sensations; Like your cost-tail in a crowd—some clever cutpurse stealing it—Arms and legs ar* now whipp'd off without our ever feeling it. Take but a sniff at this ensence anssthetical, Dropp*d upon a handkerchief, or bit of sponge, And on your eyelids'twill clap a;sealhermetical, And your flenses in,a trance that inBtant plunge. Then you may be p inch'd and punctured, bump'd and thump'd, and whack'd about, Scotch'd, and scored,.and lacerated, cauterised, and hack'd about; And though tender aa a chick—a Sybarite for queasiness—Flay'd alive, uncon^cioua-'of a feeling of uneasiness. Celsus will witness our debt chirurgeous presently, Manage operations as he said they...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Young men. \ v The idea is prevalent in some ^ 'communitiej,' that young men are fit neither i * pr generals or statesmen, and that they must be kept in the back grjmnd until their physical strength! is impaired by I age and their intellectual faculties become blunted by the weight of years. _Let us look to the history of the past, and from the longlist of heroes and statesmen, select some who have distinguished themselves, and we shall find that they were young «ttn'. when they ^ performed, those acts iwhich have won j for them an imperishable meedi of fame, -and placed their name? high on the page of history.. A^ptander, theXconqueror of the then whole civilized world, viz *T-Greece, Egypt and Asia, died aUi^ Bonaparte was crowned Emperor 'of France when 33 years of age. Pitt, the younger-i.brotb. er, was about 20 years blage, when,! in: Britain's Parliament he boldly advocated the cause of the American colonies, and;bufr,22 when made Chancellor oT the Exchequer! , Edmund Bu...

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

Select fj)oetru. I To iriy Boy, ¦: BY J. B. LOVEll. I never gaze upon thy form, Or mark thy soft blue eye, Where "floats a dream of loveliness, Pure, passionateand high, " But that my heart must thrill with joy, And flutter with delight, To view thy spotless innocence. In childhood's sunny light. 0 ! could I crave a boon for thee The earth can never give, It would not be a worldl yj crown, For which so many live ; I" But it would be a spotlesB life ; Of innocence and peace, i Such as would gain- for thee a home j Where bliss shall never, cease. '- A thorny maze, my lovely boy, Thy destiny may be, ; From which a father 's tender care Can never rescue thee,! But could my wishes be obtained, Thy pathway should be free From all corroding griefs and cares That have surrounded me. | As time shall wing its onward Sight, ' Twill change that rosy] gleam - Which lingers on . thy. pa 'rian brow, In childhood's pleadmgj dream.: , Thy sparkling eye may-yet be dimm'd ; With grief's unbidden...

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

.¦:<'. ¦^>-<: Whmw>Aai>i^iauii'' :.i\ , ' . The heart has memories that cannot die. The rough - : nibs of tie worw! cannot ofaiterii e them. They ' jare memories ,of ' ho|iej early ' home. There is magic |n <hevelry' soraoi?' T^er^'is tt'e old tree ¦ uiirler ' which'tKi light hearSea: ^ a summer day; yonner ' tie riyeVin'^hJc ' hjie learned td' swirn; there the Kotise -iiijyfeieji ' hi knew a parent's loyei anij *fouhd a ' paieitt's^ ptoti wtion—* no\y there is the room in which1 keVrornp ^ with brother or witiisister.io' ng| since; alas!'laid " in the yard In which. :he ' must ' soon * be. gatherer! , overshadowed by yon old churcli, whither w$lf a joyous troop like himself he has often folfbjiyed his parents to worship with, and to honor thifgoor) old mart who gave him ' to God in oapHsm. Why even the Very school house associated in " youthful days, with thoughts ferule and tiisfcs, now comes back to bring pleasant remembrances of ma...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

The United States' Clothing; Store. Sign of the striped coat, by REUBEJTKRBEN, !Jo. ¦ .35 North Queen street, comer of. Orange, 4np - sqnare from the Court House, East side, Lanca^:-. . ter, Pav ' '"?' ' '" ¦ ! .-11 .^HXS mammoth establishment , now contains by .' X far the largest and cheapestassortmentof incn"s and boys' well made clothing in tlie city of Lancas-1 ter, and j will positively not be undersold by. any othe .r. The stock includes every description of "-clothing worn at the present day. ' The most fasli--. ionable, as well as the most plain, so that all tastca may be. suited. The subscriber buiug .t practical i and experienced tailor, gives his entire personal attention to the. busineHH, and has every garment "^tiade under his iiuuuruiatciinspcction by the best workmen in the Stated and as he buys all his goods in the Eastern citien for cash, cai! cou^dcntlv recommend the inhabitants of Lancaster city r.m\ county, one and all, to call at the SIGN Of THE STJUPJiB ...

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

i .¦ f- ; ¦ The Printer's Song. Print, comrades, Print; a noble task Is the one we gaily ply, ' Tis ours to tell to all who ask The wonders of earth-arid sky ; We catch the thought all glowing warm. ¦ ¦ As it leaves the student's brain, And place the stamp of enduring form j On" Poets airy strain. i ¦ Then let us sing as we nimbly fling j The slender letters round, ; A glorious thing is our laboring, I Oh where may its like be found! Print, comrades, Print, the fairest thought Ever limned in Printer ' B dream, - The fairest form e ' er Sculptor wrought . By the light of beauty ' sgleam 'Though lovely, may not match the power Which our own proud art can claim; That links the past with the present hour, ! And its breath—the voice of fame, v Then let us sing as w|e nimbly fling The slender letters, round, i A glorious thing is our laboring, I Oh where may its like be found ! , Print, comrades, Print, God hath ordained j That man by his. toil should live; j Then spurn the charge, ...

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

Dr. Franklin ' s Moral Code. ¦ The great American philosopher and statesman Benjamin Franklin,'drew tip'the following list of moral virtues, to which he paid constant and earnest attention, and thereby made himself a better and happier man: V V ' " Temperance—Eat not to fullness; drink not to elevation. ' . • ¦ Silence—Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself j avoid trifling conversation.. Order—Let all your things have their places; let each part of your businens litivo its time. Rrtalutirm—Resolve to perform whut you ought perform without fail;what you rouolvc, Frugality—Mnke bio expsnsp, but to ilo gooil lu others or yourself; ihuf i», waste nothing, Iiuliitlnj—Lose no time; bo alwayK employed ii| something umful; cut off nil- unnecessary actions Sincerity—Use no hurtful deceit; think innocent' ly and justly; anil if you speak, speak accor Uingly. ; '¦ ' ¦ ¦ .- ' . • Justice— Wrong none by doing injuries, or omitting the benefits that are yojir duty. Moderation—Av...

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

NEWSPAPERS. A newspaper is a family school in a Amity', worth ten dollars a year. Even .the most barren paper bruigs something nen Children read the contents, gain intelligence of the important aXurs of the world, and acquire useful kno vledge, of more importance to them in lift lhan a present of filrv acres of land Parents are not aware of the i a f importance of a newspaperjin a family of children We ha\ e made the remark, before, and repeat it that take tvto families, of children equally smart and both going to the same school——let:'one. of them have free u*e of a nenspaper, and it wonl I excite astonishment to mark the difference between them Full one half, and. an impoYtant half oi education, as it respects the business of the u orlil and the ability to n»e an<l,make one's self respect able in it, Is derived from ¦ newspaper* What parent would not wish to see his children respeeta ble i Would he be ii llling to hs« e his neighbor s children more intelligent than hi...

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

Great Bargains—The Cheapest I~ M HatStore in the City! AC SIGN of the Golden Hat.—Fall Fashions and Removal. .iJacob Hess, corner of East King and Duke StreetSj.opposite the Fanners ' Bank, would most respectfully notify his friends- and the public 1 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 aa many new ones as would wish to . save a dollar in the purchase of a hat, to give him a call, as'he can sell them a • harfdsome and durable article at least one dollar lower than can be purchased at many other shops. He is also prepared to fill/all grders for HATS and CAi"S, of the best quality/and latest stylesjpromptly and: on terlns as accommodating as can be. ob-. tained at any other stand. He would also say his Fall, and- Winter Fashions are now ready, and invite all to call, examine and judge for themselves. He keeps constantly on handand manufactures to order, all sizes of Cassime...

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

Fall Fashions. Di SHULTZ, Hatter, No. 19; 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 wih be pleased to furnish his customers and 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 city in the Union. His stock consists of Beaver, Nutria, Brush-, Russia, Cassimere, MoleskinSilk, &c. &c. which he will dispose of at the lowest prices. Cull and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. CAPS, CAPS! His assortment of Caps is one of the mo3t extensive in the city and he. ia adding to it daily. Custom*- ™ may rest assured that they will be suited, as he hns Carefully selected his stock from the largest aasort-•ments in New, York and Philadelphia. ...

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

Fashionable Fall and Winter Clothing. <Vi)l at the New Clothing Establishment, West King strnet, between Cooper & Lnchty's and C. Hager' * store, opposite, to Steimnan &: Son's Hardware s^ore.' B LICHTY, Merchant Tailor, has ahvays on s hand a stock of ready made clothing, of the cheapest and best to be had in fho city. He would call attention . to tlie following articles, and fef.is assured will be able to pive general satisfaction to all who will thvor him with their custom. His stock consists in part as follows: Orcss and Frock CiKits, C.is. siinere Pants, Xeck and Pocket" Handkerchiefs, Vests of all kinds, . Drawers, Suspenders, ficc. together with every article of clothing for: gentlemen's and boys" wear, i\vhich he will sell at the very lowest rates. Cloths, I'assimeres, and Vcstings ahvays 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...

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

E. M. 3Z.O1E5K1GHT, MERCHANT TAILOR, would most respectfully inform his friends nnd the public that hn htlB received tit his room, for a iiumbnr of years oc-• cupied' by Gotluib llalbiicli, decpased, as a uline store, in North Queen street, next door to the Knuminor & lientld olh'cc, n lurgtytssortment of rotitly . made CLOTHlNti, of every vmicty, cut and iniulo in tho latest fall and winter stylus. Ho wuaUl uIhci iufurni his friends .uud the public that ho pttyu particular attention to cutittiiuur work, aiul is pruptirml to muko to order till articles in liu, lino, in thu lutost and must nishionahlc Htyli? * ttnil on tho must rtitiHonitbUi terms. Scouring and Houuvatin|i iittumlcd to on thu ahortoHt notico. Ilu pludgos himsolf to give milii,-faction to all w.ho may witth garments renovated and scoured. ~ Fie dosiros to present hitt acknowledgements for pust fnvurs ana suticitsa continuance oi' the public favor. K. M.MAMB1UGHT. September 21, 1847. 35-tf

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Co-operation of Tun Wife.—There is much good sense and truth in the 'remark of a modem author, that no man ever prospered in the world without the co-operation- of his wife. If she unites in mutual endeavors, oi' rewards his labor with an endearing smile, witn what confidence will he resort^o.his merchandise or his. farm, fly over lands, sai^Ppon the seas, .meet difficulty or encounter danger,. if he knows.ha is not sending.his strength in vain, but that hi p .labor will be.rewarded by the sweets of home! j Solitude and disappointment enter the history j of every man's life; and he is but half provided for hisivoyage who finds* but an associate for happy hours, while for his months of darkness and distress no sympathizing partner is prepared. ^ . ' ¦ • ¦ - ¦ ' - f • ¦ .' -¦ : ••¦ ¦ .... ' ..-;.,:

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Pipsii. SIonet.—'• The manufacture of paper money has been attempted in every form; it lias been tried ty individual;. , been tranafeped to corporations by the State, then to corporations by Congress,1 engaged in by the States themselves,:and has signally; failed in all. If has,in general, proved not the handmaid of honest industry and well regulated enterprrze, but the jiampCTed mehinTbj; -rpsciilatioki, idle-ies. s,,and fiaufL it has corrupted; ji^nbf tjw: J(ig)iT estf landing; almost destroyed the confi<lence'ofma*i kind iu each other; and darktried pur criininai talender w^tii names thftt might «%er»rise-.liay' conferred honor ajid' benefit upon-"the clMUatiy.'. 3fy most sine ' e-je ix&\ ardeAt " w^tf uj '.^^its ; i»™« ^7 the federal goverhment, may ifi ' all. futsire tijM b« preTentei,"?-: iH ' . Van Buren. ' ¦¦¦ •¦ . • '¦ . _ f . ; . ' .: ¦ . . ,.;

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

fiancaster 3ittclhgcn«cr, PUBLISHED EVEttX TUESU-il 3l<mXl>fi. BYE. VV.HUTTER. Office in " Union Court," in the rear of the Market j House, adjoining Centre, Square. - ' T EIV M S : Si-itscnirTION.—Two dollars: per aimum, payable ¦in udk-ance: two twenty-rive, if not paid within six n).onths; and two fifty, if not:paid within the y.earj No subscription discontinued until all arrearages are paid, 'unless! at the option of the 'Editor. ' . I ¦ : Advertisements.—Accompanied by the GASH, arid not exceeding one square, )vill be inserted tliree times for one dollar, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. Those of a greater length in proportion. i ' Job PwNTlNu.-^fiuch as Han d Bills,. Posting Bills, Pamphlets, Blanks, Labelsj ice, &c., executed with accuracy and at the shortest notice.

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

I The Weeping Maiden, I 1 iBaw a fair maid weeping, jDown by yon old ouk, tree, Oiio day whun 1 was rcnplng—'The cauis I flew . to aoe; She turned tin I upproaohfld Itor, - ; Tlion, blimhillg, dropped her lit'iul, While, I, In tones uf kindiu'mi, Unto tho maiden fluid t What griovest thoe, luireHt maiden; Ah, maiden, toll mo true], . Can sorrow rout within tlio broant Of one ko fair as you ? ' "Yes, sir,'' t»he cried, f'kind stranger, I've drank of sorrow's cup ; Just now, my ma, with; ruthless hand, Cut my new bustle up! "

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

Removal or tite CBaeap Cash C^ftTTMnVfi STrtKK. J GQRMLEY, Merchant Tailor, respectfully , informs the citizensof the city and county of Lancaster his customers and the customers of Simon J. Young, that he has taken the stand so long occupied bv S. J. Yuun^. two doors south of Orange Street, and next door to J. Gish ix Co.'s Book Store, where he has the largest assortment of ready made clothing ever oflere'.l in thn city of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cloaks, Bangup, SackDress, Vrock, Walking and Riding Coats, llouiutabouts for bo}s of all sizes and descriptions. J. G. i-eturiiw thanks far thr many fiivnrs and hopes that his friunds and' the customers of S. J. Young and the public in grncnil v.HI continue to favor him'with their calls. ' [uov 16—IS

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