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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Invaluable Remedies. We have no faith in quack remedies, but think it always the safest plan to apply to a regular physician, in all cases of indisposition. Here are some remedies, however, for very prevalent disorders, that we have no hesitation in recommending as quite infallible. Try them : JPor Sea Sickness—stay at home. For Drunlcenness—drink cold water. For Health—rise early. For Accident—keep out of danger. To Keep out of Jail—pay your debts. To Please All—mind your business. To Mdke Money—advertise.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Election of Judges. , That sound Democratic paper, the Pittsburgh Morning Post, has the following, comments upon the kite action of the State Senate v\pon the proposal to elect Judges by the people: We ardently hope that this measure may be adopted in our State: for we are among the number of those who believe that no public officer, entrusted directly with the interests of the people, should receive his appointment at any other hands than their own. We know thow well the system works in States \yhere the Judges are elected by the people, and see not why Democratic Pennsylvania should be behind some of her younger sisters in progressive reforms.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Death of Jcdoe Daxiel.—On the 10th inst., in the city of Raleigh, the Hon. Joseph Daniel, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the State of North Carolina, departed this life, whilst in the midst of his judicial labors. He had been in feeble health for some time past, but was confined to his room but a week or two before his1 death. Judge Daniel was about seventy years old, and for more than thirty years past'has been constantly in the service of the State, either as one of the Superior Court or Supreme Court Judges.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Clarion County. Ihe Democratic Delegate Convention was held on the 14th instant at Lock Haven. Gen. Wjiliam Mobmsos was chosen senatorial and H. L Difp»KBAca representative delegate to the 4th of March Convention , with instructions to support /ajcbs BocHAHAir for the Presidency and Timotbt Ins for Canal Commissioner. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Virginia. I The Democratic State Convention of Virginia meets in the city of Richmond, on next Monday, the 28th instant An Electoral Ticket is to be formed, and Delegates appointed to the Democratic National Convention. The Convention is exciting much interest throughout the Sists. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Pike County for Buchanan. Oscar H. Mott, Esq., was chosen delegate to the 4th df March Convention, from this county, on Monday night last, by the largest county meeting ever held in that gallant Democratic county, and unanimousl y instructed for James " Buchanan for the Presidency. Wayne ^ it will be recollected, conceded the delegate to Pike.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Somerset County for Buchanan. ihe Democrats of Somerset county met on Monday last, arid elected William Roddt, Esq., their Delegate to the 4th of March Convention. He is the "open and . earnest friend of Mr. Buciiaxax." A resolution expressing a preference for another distinguished candidate for the Presidency, was laid on the table by an almost unanimous vnte

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

HJ- A Washington correspondent of the Journal of Commerce says that John P. Hale, of New Hampshire, sitsjupon the whig side oS the Senate. He talks on that side too, the writer might have added.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

E7-The total number of emigrant, who sailed from Liverpool m 1847, was 134,524 , whuTS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

B*T»16 Bmil Frte Prm-tau ' ergan' ef the SemeBMiy©f Mtefeigw, whieh fltss the braai ««§ ef general Cm frsm lte mait heai=mak8« we ef fts fellewtag jurt and aapwpFiati language M<W8 are ef tee wh§ aim te( adapt the e§ar§fl ef esart" «sy tewanl all BemserMie eandMatts ter ta Pfis= MsBey, end ftink thatths spirit ef fertearaaee «nd eonolli&tisn that halves governed the Demoererte pwty, »1\9HM pervade fc« ssuntry, until; the moetf ing pf tKe Baltimore Convention, - I jp» Th« Saftjrdoj) Spelling Part, one of; tbo oldest »nil most popular weekly papers in Philadelphia, has been Bold by itfl proprietor, S. D. 'Patterson, Esq., for $20,000. . ' A BiitE PiTISO IsTKttKST OS DEPOSITS.—A London paper says there are rumors, as there have been for some time, of an intention to establish in London a very large discount and banking establishment, on the principle of paying interest on deposits. If this be done on a secure basis, it will materially afiect the value of stock in the B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Commercial UetoviX I PHILADELPHIA MARKET. , REVIEW FOE. THE WEEK ENDING FEBRUARY 1.9. FLOUR & "^EAL.—We notice sales of 2500' brls at S;3,7oausSU, including 1000 brJs Brandyivine ,it SG, and half brls at $5,25 the pair, and quote standard " brands firm to-day at So,?p. For city use a moderate business is doing at S5,7oa5,S7L for iiiir and good, and $6;i7 for extra and fancy*, .-family brands. Corn Meal has been dull and dropping; we notice sales of 450 brls old stock, early^iii the week, at at $2,25, and since 600a700 brls.jat;62s -.' 37- fur Penna.. with sellers at the latter pride.— Rye Flour has become scarce, and 500 brls, all that could be had, sold at $3,62.^. Higher prices are now asked. * ; GRAIN.—Sales of Wheat have been made in small lots to the extent of 400a500 bushels at-115a 125 cts for inferior and prime reds, including some at 128 cts. Rye is verv scarce and wanted at S.oa 90 cts. Corn!—The demand hay fallen off and prices have a downward tendency. Sale...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

A C'arU to IWale Readers. - TO those who intend visting Philadelphia to make purchases, it is important to know where it can be done to the best advantage. Such as are about to buy HATS for their o.wn heads, or by the'Case, to sell again, are respctfully informed that there *ia an Establishment at No. 1 STRAWBERRY ST., on the second floor, conducted by E. DAY1AI, on the Cash System entirely, where HATS of the best materials, ami of the latest fashioncan positively be obtained at from one to two dollars less than at the showy and extravagrant Stores in the fashionable streets of the*city, where rents are from oneto thtoe thousand dollars per annum I At this Establishment, on account of locating himself in a by-street, and up stairsthe proprietor procures his store at the low rent of one hundred dollars. The vast difference in the profits which there must be between the two descriptions of stores, every one can answer ! A visit is earnestly solicited, as it is certain tio one wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

mlllllillllVlli; fellers, (1. M. Urn, C. P. Laiso, Col. Jacob Hostcttor, Uostettcr & Boales, G. W. Smith, C. Kieifer, John Heck, J. F. Hoinitsli, (Jeo. P. Khigli, Christian Shortz, John N. Lane, Wm. M. Sample. Teh. 22 , 1S4S. 3t-4 IN THE -MATTER of the intended application of Hiram Kendifj, to the Mayor's Court of the city of Lancaster, now in session, for a license to keep a public house of entertainment at the sign of the •* (liotn;." in Xartli Queen street, iri the city of Lancaster—it being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of the North West ward in the city of Lancaster, where said inn or tavern is proposed to he kept, do certify that the said inn or tavern is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that we are well acquainted with the said Hiram Kem3ig. and that he is of good repute for honestv and temperance, and is well provided with house room and conveniences fur the accommodation of strangers and travellers. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

^.>, ^¦¦"'"fpll^^ ¦ * Estate ef HH«l©lpii ytittffinwt. Jh the e&urt f\f fammm Pim fir tht eeuflfyjf '- - ' ¦ ' UhM*Hf> ¦¦ :;. - ¦ . .. - , ' K"= * ^Ttf HfiftKAS Jaeeb 1Qw ber, taaittee eP m \V p§n§R sni eitaf«8f wiAIittdeJph KiufmM, (uiUtaftl tiFunkBFcl.Vilfai ea tbe Utl day ef t'§fe= maty, 1I4§> file in the ©ffiee ef the 1'rmiioBytMy of the said QquK , his Meounl ef the said Estate * Notice t§ hereby given tori! pernens iitereeted in thf> Mid esiatp. timt (be mid ppm« have appointed the 90th day of V'wpb, .1949. ftp the eoofim^ tion thereof, unle»s eipeption* be filed. : Attw, I H. KPRTZ, Pfoth'yt • Prothonotary'a Office, ) ¦ . ; Uncasier, Febf 15, 1848.J- 3-4t IVpUce, AN Election of the Stockholders of the Columbia, Marietta & Portsmouth Railroad Company, will be held at the White Swan Hotel,, in the borough of Marietta, on M on day, March 20 th, 1848, at 2 o ' clock} P. Rf., for the purpose of electing one President, six Manager...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Mary '-Goodwin, sister of tlie prisoner:—Prisonci and " deceased . kail keen married twenty years; tkey had seven children, of whom the youngest Was twelve-years the 2oth of last December. Deceased came into the pen the first week in November, and died the first week in February. She continued there till she died, i*he did not get into the liouse during all that time—when she went to the door he ordered her off. That was once only. He told her to go off out of his sight, for she had denied him being her lawful husband. Prisoner allowed deceased to be fed by her children. They used to go into her at-first; but afterwards she did not; but. sent word by the" children to enquire after her feet, which witness knew were frozen. When the chil-. dren told prisoner of her feet being bad, he made plasters and sent them out When the deceased went into the pig-pen she had a good goim u-ith a nice quilted slrirt and a cap. but nothing else. Witness afterwards tooli her a quilt, and then, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Fire! Fire! NOTICE—To the Members of the Northern Mutual Insurance Company of Lancaster County. D R. JOHN W.GLONINGER of Lebanon, a member of said Company, having had a barn with contents destroyed by lire on tlie night following the 3d of January last: JACOB HESS having had a Still-House and contents destroyed by fire on the night following the 29th January last, with some damage done to his mill, in Warwick township, Lancaster county,both properties insurrd in this company-, which loss to be paid, requires tlm payment of two per ctMit. on the dollar of each premium noli; on llie .Books of the company. Thcrrforr, Noticf is hereby given—to nil the members of said company, to pay said sum of two per cent, on the dollar on their respective notes givnii to faid company., previous to said fires, within thirty days from the date !i«ri!of, to he pnicl to William II. Paul, Treasurer, Abraham Hear, President. Peter Martin, Se ere tar,, Samuel Elinrly, Jacob Shirk, Samuel Keller, (Trou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Standardri'lieoloslcal BooUs at \exy tow Prices. JUDD & MURRAY'S CHEAP BOOK STORE . , opposite tlie 'Post Office, ; North Queen Street, Lancaster. We instance the following selected indiscriminately from our large stocky Fuller ' ; * Works, S vols., on% §5 0 Robert Hall's Works, 4 vols., will set at ' 5 00 Alexander on Isaiah, a new work. Folien-s Works, 5 vols., verv valuable, only " 2- 50 Dwight's Theology, 4 vols., really worth S"7, 6 00 Edward ' s Works, " 4 vola., best Ed. 7 00 Published at.810. Euscbius Church History, . 1 37 Calvin ' s Institutes, best Ed. 2 Tols. 3 00 Scott's Commentary. '(J vols., best Ed. 12 00 Clark's ilo ~ ' 0 vols. do 15 00 Burkols* Notes on thn New Testament, 2 vols., only ' ' 3 50 Comprohensi-ve Commentary 6 vols. , 11 00 DicVs Works, 9 vols., in S, only ' -1 25 Robert Hall's Works, 4 vols, Hobreiv JJibles. Greek Testaments anil Lexicons cheap. : Works of tlie British Reformers, 9 vols, ••• these arc invaluable. Life of Christ, 1 vol. 1 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

KiOngenecker & Co., C ALL the attention of the public to their large and splendid assortment of Dry Goods. The niercantile relations in which they stand enable them to compete with any in their business. To the low price of their goods, (which are selected with great care and taste,) is united the greatest ¦variety in styles of all that is new and desireable. Their stock of STAPLE AND FANCY"-DRY GOODS is the largest in the city. There is a great rjxnge for the indulgence of the fancy, and it is with pleasure they can assert there are few of those who have favored them with a call that have left unsatisfied. [nov 16 '47-42-tf lew Supply of Boots & Shoes !fi * j j Gum Shoes, &c. t hI T HE subscriber has just received a new 1%^ supply of Boots, Shoes, Gum Shoes, &c, at his stand, in North Quien Street, two doors above tihe Post Office, to whicjh he invites the attention of tis patrons and the public in general. I He has a supply of Gum Shoes of e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

Shocking Inhumanity. "The trial of one .lames Ciondwin, for the mnrd< r of his wile at Montreal, on the MUth nit..discloses a degree of brutality seldom reached by any creature bearing the form, and claiming the character ot' humanity. It seems that this man Goodwin. who had a family, a house and something of an establishment, lor some reason which does not clearly appear, turned his wife out of doors, and refused to allow her to enter the house ai;;iin. dead or alive. She was supposed to be partiallderanged, and took refuge in a pi^-pen near the house, where she lived from November until February, .when she starved and froze to death. We make the following extracts from, the testimony given at the Coroners inquest: Rev. F. S. Neve—Resided on the Ottawa, about six miles from the residence of the prisoner. In consequence of something which he had heard in the month of December, 184i>, he.believed that the deceased was in a pig-pen, near the residence ot her husband. P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 22 February 1848

f Philadelphia Advertisements, V. B. Paimeb, agent, Thihd akd Cheskut Sis Philadelphia Type and Stereotype Foundry. ¦ ¦¦ .-•; 11HL subscribers are prepared to furnish, at short \__ notice, every article used in a Printing Office, and have reduced the Prices of Type Upwards of 18 per cent. They now charge for ; Pica 32 cts. Minion 54 cts. Small Pica. - 34 " IVottpariel - - 66 " Long Primer 36 <* Agate 86 " Bourgeois- - 40 " Pearl -- - SI 20 Brevier - - 46 ** Diamond - - 2 00 Determined to spare no expense in making their establishment as complete as possiblethey are" getting up a uniform Series of the celebrated Scotch Fades, which are unequalled for beauty and durability, and which they feel assured will meet with general approbation. Several sizes are now .ready. Having recently visited Europe for the .purpose of procuring every improvement in their line of business, they now offer a greaterjvaHety of Fancy Type, Borders, Ornaments, &c, &c., than any ot...

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