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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Removal of the Cheap 1'asli ; CLOTIIIIVG STOKE. TGO RMLKY, Merchant¦ Tailor, respectfully # informs the citizens of tho city and county ot Lancaster his customers and the customers of Simon J. Young, that lie has taken the stand gr> long occupied by S. J. Young, two dnnrs smith ^oi Orange Street, and next door to J. Gisli &: Go " .'s Pook Store, whore he has thcjlargest assortment <>i ready made clothing ever offered in the city of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cloaks. Bung-up, .Sack, Dress, Frock, Walking and Riding C'nats, Roundabouts Tor hoys of" all sizes and descriptions. J; Gi returns thnnks for the many favors and hopes that his friends and the customer?; of H. J. VaUHg ilhtl tfic public Hi general will continue to iavoflilm with their calls: Ninv lli-42

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

* Fbnctuatiow.—The warit of a" comma in a sentence often so. confuses the reading, that it is impossible to make out what is meant by the author. We give give following as an example: : Every lady in the land Has twenty nails on each hand, i Five and twenty.on hands,and feet This is true without deceit. ' The above appears rather puzzling, but by p lacing a comma alter the ^ words nails, five, and feet , and omitting.it after hand,-the author's rhymej will'at once be intelligible. ¦ . ... ' - ¦ ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

A NicfYoirxo Man.—"May it please your honor," said an uncouth looking chap, the other day, to a country court, "my pappy died lately delf«terf,and left four little infrieh, of which I'm the oldest. I want to be appointed executioner, and if you will grant mo letters of condemnation, I will go about diminishing tho property'as fast as possible."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

The Wife.—That woman 4eseryeg. not a hua band's generous love ,who . will hot greet him with smiles as he rettons from the Iabore of the day^- who will not try to -chaini himto his Hbmeby the sweet enchantment of a cheerfol heart ^ - Hntfe. is not one iu a thousand that is. - so unfeeling «a to withstan . a>uch an influence and break away ftom ijucHVlwnie. ' " ' ' If' ' \. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

French Meilnoes. TUST opened alf the desirable shades q f ihoso J splendid THYBET CLOTtiS so much jn de tnand al present Ipr cloaks and dresses—warranted rom ihc celebrated factory of Lupens &. Co. Al e BEE HIVE, North Queen street. oct 9 . ¦ ... . _ ¦ • 38 . -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

07" The European portion alone oP-'ttMf Empire of Russia contains 90,117 squaw mites * aiftd is inhabited by. 54,000,000 of jxibptel t^ft eity of .St Petersburg has swelled its popabtioa |^>' very nearly 4oO,000r ; . ¦ ' . . .;¦- ' .,,. -,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Eq.uitocal.—An obituary notice in an Eastern paper announces the death of a young man, aged 23 years, who Wived and died to the entire satisfaction of his bereaved parents and friendB."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

ID*Flowers are lovely things. We know of nothing more touching" in its mute elegance, than the gift qf a few simple flowers from the hands of a charming woman1 .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

TwisTiFieiTiow.^-" Father wants you to send him two yards of black broadcloath; he don't care what color it is,' and when he kills his pig he'll pay you what you owe him."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

S3AAC BARTON, TTTHOLESALE G . ROCER, Wine and Liquor _Tl. Store, 13 &'137North.Second StreeLPhila March 9, 1847. ' : 6-ly '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Fams.—The reverberation caused by sornethjng striking upon Ae empty, world,s: ,r i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

fHrilieLsReiiiiFlfl^lHi(>fl»F! Tlie Banklnv ftyitenii The friend! ef His \wm\ deitfuetive m\m of tanking m itr&lainj evify aem le leeurek ta= ieW@i the e*«h§lvG.m<mflp0iy wiiM they hm 10 long wjwedi TMy kn«w (hit tony mm riiftnd 1 intern which fwmttf m l«mi by purnprMlQni of »(Mitlng (nriluin without limit in ih mmt-«WI»w* Any proportion or r$t<\r<t h lh$ tptcii on Armrf) an4 without any ttcurtty whntmr /or tht r#- tltmption qftht ittuu, And the only inaniura they can reiurt to In ordur to porpeiuuta tho corruption* of the exliting •yitem, Ii to Jlnd fault with tvtry tubttitutc projKUHl, The Free flunking Syitem, m ¦uooeiiMly priotiied In New York and Ohio, hat been proposed by the Committee on Uanki 1 nnd tli11 li, of course, the signal for the ftdvuoate* of the preient corrupt lyitom to raise the hue and cry against the remedy. A plain democrat would nover believe, until he witnesiod it, that any honest man would object to a law, which onl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Beath of folia qulttey Adami i u Whnta MintiHlilew f=S«tnj Ufinf i dyln|f» i iitipi llmitll! inBfftfef thelfp«u!ii«Rv5L tou gf IBS jllh ilBfiBtftoiMiBT«ifitewf tekt flylHi ;?. Aflfl;pil||iBen8ffir$i plrtjiS*ei!| ™ x TliP,|Hir«w»oMo»i|if»}|llilpH Mrt m urnffld UM ^rcttlMfte Mnl J» Vu||n <Mi4fevllitttt to thoJM «f m y NhjiV «>#««# i*m iptotflnnth n »iiil »gi^«nnihwfrorn hj|««liawt, lew qiitvar i to onniummitte lilt office of dottruation. Long before tho funntnlni of lymimthy Imvo boon •pent in commlniorntliig the trnnvlutlon irom Time 10 Kternlty of b friend hem, tnd a Ixnthetor there, grim Mortality again iweopt hli keen-edged icy the over the Und, AMlgnlng to the high and the low, the humblo and the proud, the itrangandthe weak, a common lodgment In the /"dark valley ol the ihadawof death," | | Tho demise of Mr. A»wi, Although not an unexpected event, will create a profound lewmtlon throughout tho length and breadth of the American Union. So intimately are hia na...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

From Uie Democratic Union. Fourth of March Convention. We publish below a list of Delegates appointed to the 4th of March Convention. We are aware, that there may be some inaccuracies, and trust that our friends'will correct them, wherever found. SENATORIAL DELEGATES. 1. Philadelphia city.—Henry M. Philips and Alexander E. Dougherty. .. ¦ ' ¦ 2. Philadelphia county.—William J. Crans, EHib B. Schnabel and Edward A. Penniman'. j 3. Montgomery.—Dr. John A. Martin. ] 4. Chester and Delaware.—James Atkinsi 5. Berks.—John W. Tyson. ; 6. Bucks.—Gen. John S. Bryan. i 7. Lancaster and Lebanon.—Reah Frazeriand W. W. Murray. • I 8. Schuylkill, Carbon , Monroe and Pi/ce. —^ Charles Frailey. j 9. Northampton and Lehigh.—Poter Wykoff. 10. Susquehanna, Wayne and Wyoming.~r-RuCua M. Grennoll. . - j 11. Bradford and Tioga.—Ulysses Merpur, recommended by Bradford. j 12. Lyeoming, Clinton and Ce7\tre.—^ohn A. Gamble j 13. Luzerne and Columbia.—C. R. Buckalew. 14. Northumberland and Dauphin.—DJ W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Character of James Buchanan, ijt "'one wiio.ksuws hi?i.;i Extracts from the proceedings of a Democratic S'atc Mrctinz, hehl in the town of Ifnrrisliurz. nn the '15th of March, 18-12, at which John B. Jiutlcr, of Me-Klicinj iviinty, presided, published in, the Lancaster ' Intelligencer if April VI, 1S-1-3. • Col. Ukah FttAZEn caine forward amiil the most tumultuous grcctingd. Silence having been Fomewhat roston.il, Col. F. began by saying that, in presenting himself before them, he should respond to ihoir call, in a very lew words. After the spirit-stirring addresses they had heard—addresHos from the warm hearts and stvons: minds of those who had'made them—in behalf of the character of the State, and the children, the jewels of the State, lie thought there could be no true Pennsylvanian present, whose heart was not animated with pride and exultation on the occasion, when they had met to advocate the claims of their distinguished fellow-citizen, JAMES BUCHANAN, for " the Preside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

paw aifoyASiA Aitft mm A* a* i ffemwratie Meetlnt at Leamon "Plft§©i f. At ft meetirii of the^Hne?»ye epensof Pm m inil fining townnhi^ krieMtif enmity, held %\\\\* Imnw pf Mr* Mmm* an Bfltut&y tilt, February ofl, tho Mlnwlnif nflioon w«ro !m* jwlnfetli . * : " * ' ¦ ¦ ¦ JViffctaif. 1 jonkph h, Mffivim tin Pmitbnth pw N, W. fl A¥i'u, Wiu.ua MoOaikit, Jamin H. Hquiton, Jouk Ii. Miurr, Gio, n, MqUvmnb, Hamuii Bu t* a km, WlLLUM F, fiARlR, Jotm RoDHXHI, Hwnr Egkirt, OmyiuP, Wimoji, AnTHoiryI.ioHt.8fi , Thomah H, McIlvaiwh . Sfrre/flrtff. John McKMpi and Mdrtw White, The following gentlemen wore appointed a committee io draft resolutions expressive of the sense of the meeting, viz; Robert Mcllvaine, John F."Le. fevre, Lewis EcVert, William Neely, Joel L. Lightner, John R, Trout, John Barcley, Christian Erb, John H. Schultz, John O. Eckert, Moulton R. Sample, and Adam Trout, who, having retired for some time, reported the following resolutions, which were unanimously adop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

A Proud Retrospect. In a very few days, the Democratic State Convention will have pronounced its decision, and the controversy, in this State, as to the relative merits and popularity of the different Fresidentialfcandidates, will be at an end. The umpire that is to decide for all will have spoken, and in the spirit of true Democracy it will become us, as a band of brothers, devoted to a common cause, to accomcfdate ourselves submissively to its verdict, The voice of that body will thenceforth constitute the voice of the State, and no true-hearted son of Pennsylvania will fail to employ every honest effort to urge its ratification upon the National Contention at Baltimore. ' ....: ; To the friends of JAMES BUCHANAN the past few months afford a retrospect fraught ;with a satisfaction, which it were gross affectation to repress or conceal. They have been active in their efforts, and ardent in their zeal, and this has resulted from their unabated attachment to the man, with who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Fourth of March Convention. Every county in the State has now chosen its delegates to the Democratic State Convention. which is to meet on Saturday next, in Harrisburg, and we are hence warranted in anticipating one of the most numerous and respectable assemblages ever convened in Pennsylvania. Among the delegates, a corrected list being contained in to-day ' s paper, will be recognized [ the names of some of the ablest and soundest Democrats in the State, from whose calm and wise counsels the most auspicious results may be expected. The question of the next Presidency, which seems the absorbing one, will doubtless excite much interest. Fortunately for the welfare of the party iri the State and Nation, the will of the majority has already been sufficiently indicated in the primary meetings of the people. The ~ convention, ' when full, will consist of 133 members, and it has been well ascertained, that from 00 to 95 of this number are favorable to the nomination of JAMES BUCH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 29 February 1848

Another Letter from Taylor. Whatever else may be affirmed of the gallant Hero of Buena Vista, it must be confessed, that in him the caaEtlCes scribenda is developed to a degree truly amazing. The leaves of autumn are not more thickly scattered, than are his epistolary acknowledgments. One treads upon another's heels, so fast they follow. The last, but not the least, is the following to Peter Sken Smith, of Philadelphia, which was read at the recent State Convention at Harrisburg. It is consistent with those that have preceded it. The author, it will be seen, perseveres in an unalterable determination to run for the Presidency t: on his own hook," independent of the action of either of the great political parties that divide the country. JThat the politicians of both parties, under such circumstances, are every where abandoning the " Rough and Ready" organization, and resuming their original position, creates no astonishment. Gen. Tatj-oii has unquestionably a strong hold on th...

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