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

Appointment* by tlio Attornoy General. Wiilux M*Tmorj Eiq,, Deputy Attoriwy Hen. •nl for the OQuntyjof'Lancaster. Quo. M. Kium, Eno. ,, Deputy Attornoy (Jonersl for the city of Lancaster, ; ID* We cannot too strongly commend the power. M article, contained in another column, from that able and popular Democratic journal the Hotlon cPoa, It conveys a withering rebuke to that fell apirit, which seek* the elevation of one Democrat, by the employment of calumny against another. Ifr. Wilmot is not the only man in Pennsylvania, to whom the Post 's most caustic remarks will apply. There be those in this meredian, whom the shoe fits quite as well. C7"" Simon Sstdsb," in favor of the Free Banking System, is from the pen of an able and true Democrat, whose opinions are entitled to high respect. In giving it publicity, however, we do not mean to be understood as endorsing all its positions; on the contrary, our columns are open to the other side of the question. The truth" has nothing ...

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

Taylor State Convention. A Convention of politicians of all sorts and sizes was held at Harrisburg, on the 22d instant, and nominated Gen; Zachary Taylor as a candidate for the Presidency. James Madison Porter of Easton, Secretary of War under John Tyler, presided, and the following Electoral Ticket was adopted: SENATORIAL. John C. Bucher, of Harrisburg. tt Charles Shaler, of Pittsburg. CONGRESSIONAL. I. Thomas D. Grover, --41. Luther Kiddcr, - 2. t)r. John K.Mitchell, 12. Edward Herrick, 3. James Peters, 13. Thos. W. Lloyd, 4^ J. Sidney Jones, 15. Samuel Bonham, 5. Henry Dull, 16. Thps. C: Miller, 6. Scott N. Brown, 17. Thos. Barnaide, 7. David McConkey, 19. James Kellcy, 8. John Long, 20. Thos. J. Power, 9. Henry W. Smith, 21. W. O. Leslie 20. Thomas Craig, 24. Saml. S. Harrison. . A State Central Committee was also appointed, •of which the Editor of the Harrisburg Jlrgusi is .chairman—and a series of resolutions were proposed by David Paul Brown, Esq. The Democratic Uman sa...

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

WHUaiusport & Elmira Railroad. A general desire to complete this road, and connect it with the New York and Erie Rail Road, seems to be manifested by the friends of internal improvement. The Williamsport and Elmira Rail Road lies on the direct route from Geneva to the seat of government, at Washington, and the; completion of the road, and its connexion with the New York and Erie Ro " ad, at Elmira, would bring a large share of the trade and travel from the Lakes through Pennsylvania, thus greatly benefiting our people, and increasing the revenues arising [from our public works. But the Williamsport and Elmira company is entirely insolvent, and is inow, we understand, in the hands of a Sequestrator. Iti indebtedness exceeds the value of the 25 miles already contracted, and the stock has gone beyond the reach of Mr. Hanhf-oah's"trumpet of resurrection." Capitalists, we are told, are willing to invest money to complete the road, butthey are not willing to take the present...

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

aMmifWA yievoRvi\) ^ ^g iSK^fiit 11 *^ |*i«vnA. n»tnRWifa<teft9 Bttnaorfttinwv dtdito for ftmgio* In thf t)lrtrt« cnmjjiWod of Duolft and biklgh ebuntlM, jpj ohoien «t Iho HpwUI Elootlnni hold on W«lno«d»y Ian, hi the •uoooMor of John W, Hornbook In llio picient CongidM, We oonirntuiata th« Hern tnd unfllnoh-Ing Domooraoy of thii district upon thii glorloui triumph, Tho member elect 1» a gentleman of mlmlttod tnlenti, nnd will Htnnd by the Admlniatrittlnn and by the country upon the great question of tho War, should it be prolonged, Thii wan the iibuo before- the. people, and upon It the Democracy have proudly triumphed, . j We append from the Lehigh RepuliHcan the result in that county in full: I Bridget, (Dem.) Trejler, (Fed.) Allcntown, 288 271 ' Northampton, 57 34 j SalUbury, , 138 112 ¦ Hanover, 180 108 South Whitehall, 177 191 • North Whitehall, 155 183 Upper Macungy, 215 91 . Lower Macungv, 202 175 Upper Milford, 280 162 \ Saucon, 150 213 Lowhill, 58 92 Weissen...

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

A Taylor Flag Withdrawn! The Union Sc Tribune of this city, which has for some time sported the name of Taxlou at its masthead, appeared last week, without the accustomed c»lors. Although this sudden surrender is unaccompanied by a word of explanation, it has doubtless been produced by the overwhelming expression of the late Whig County Convention in favor of Clay. Our neighbor does right in thus calmly submitting to the will of the majority, i The other Taylor organs in the State will soon have to follow his example. :

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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.djoarament or state Legislature, ¦|P)ie IJftee Senate has passed a resolution , desig-(DSttng fee 21st of March as the0 day of adjournment It has hot yet been acted on b y the. House af RepKseatatives. ¦ * - ST Both branches ot the Pennsylvania Legisla-; tore- adjourned on Thursday, on hearing of the death \of the Hon: Johs Qcisct Adams, as a mark of fetpect for the illustrious deceased.

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

' Donegal Fuhitace.—The *Co}umbia Spy pays: A young city is springing into existence , undir the especial patronage of the Iron King, in the neigh-i boihood of this new establishment , which 4 nov? in progress of construction. The fact is that Ma rietta and Colombia, tired of running againstleach other, are running right into eachr other , and k few years will show that "mountains interposedI' viS not be able to prevent our " thriving vfflagJ dJE "mingling into one" Success to the ^ ££ that are drawing its together.

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

Communicated. Complimentary Ball to Mr. Stouch.—A number of the friends and admirers of this accomplished dancing master, intend giving him a complimentary ball. The compliment is well deserved, as Mr. Stouch has been untiring in his efforts, during the season of balls and cotillions, to make every thing pass off as pleasantly as possible. No doubt the votaries of the " Polka " and " Gallopade" will give him-a brilliant and handsome benefit. ?

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

Sirs. Adams. j The venerable partner of the lamented Mr. Adams is the second daughter of Joshna Johnson, a native of Maryland. Mr. J. held the post of Consul of the U. S. at London, under the elder Adams, and it was in that city, in the year 1797, that thb nuptials took place. They have consequentl y lived in the conjugal state for a period oi over fifty years

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

Judge Gilmore Confirmed! The nomination of Samdkl A. Gilmore, Esq of Butler, as' President Judge of the district con* posed of Fayette, Greene, and Washington cpnntieq has been unanimously confirmed by the Senate.

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

' From iheBottOD Port. The Democrats and Presidential - Candidates. ! - David Wilmot's Attack on Jamw Butlwnen! That Democrate ^ Bhpuld ditftrin relation to the candidates to be supported for Presidents to bo expected. Nor is there any one of their statesmen so prominent in the eyes of the whole^-as jjeflerson was and Jackson became—as to designate him as the standard bearer. But there are several for whom there are strong local preferences, and who, at the same time, have a national reputation, and the policy of courtesy, of conciliation, yea even of a generous defence of diem from the attacks of the whigs, " rises into the dignity of a duty on the part of the members of the party, and more especially of those who wield.the influence of the press or of office. What shall we say, then, when even Democratic members of Congress not only decline to defend such statesmen when attackedj but step out of the line of their duties to abuse diem and wantonly m>el them?. Such an i...

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

for hit own ? Or how can it with truth be averred, that his conscience is wounded, by the instruction given to Ms neighbor's child? Is there any thing in the scheme proposed, that is inconsistent with the Constitution and Zata of this CamrnomceaUh? "General Christianity"—we reply, was long ago decided, by our Supreme Court—and at a time when that Bench was illustrated by the learning and virtues of a TUghman and a Duncan—to beu s> part of the Common Law. of the State.' And this decision, we understand, to have been recently re-affirmed, by Mr. Justice Coulter, ofthe same Court, as being unquestionably the true legal doctrine on this subject Now if there be any significancy in language, it does seem to us, that by " General Christianity," must be understood, those great truths and principles of the gospel, in which the vast majority of Christians, have always agreed. And we confidentl y maintain, that there is nothing in the Creed, the Lords' Prayer, or the Ten Commandments,...

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

An Address to twe Citizens of Lancaster, on *Ue Subject oC" tlie CoBmuou Sclaools. : Fei.luw-Citizkns :—Wo address you "with foeliiiifs o[ must anxious solicitude. But we do so. with entirt-conlidence. The consciousness of vriirht su>- tains us; and we are emboldened by the rellcction. that it is in behalf of your own childreuy-lhat we speak. \ou will understand us..as alluding to the conditionmoral and religious, of the: Common .^citools of this city. ' , To make ourselves well understood, we must go back a little. Some months airo. a motion was made in the Common " Scnool Board, to I introduce into our schools, the teaching of the Lord's Prayer. Ike. Apostle £ Creed, and the Ten Commandments—provision being; made however, that no child should be compelled to learn them, against the parent ' s wishes. The proposition being one of: great importance, was laid upon the table, to give time for consideration. It has since been repeatedl y tliscussed in the Board, but withou...

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

017" A resolution in favor of giving the appointment of delegates to the National Convention to the delegates from the various Congressional Districts, was voted down in the Utica Democratic Convention by an overwhelming majority. How to ccre a Wart.—The London Punch says, put your mouth close to the wart, and tell it in a whisper that if it does not go away, -you will burn it out with caustic. If it does not take the hint, be as good as your word. TraSscexdental.—To pronounce any assertion to,: be a faLsehood, is said to be vulgar. It is much more polite to call it a i: fulminating enlargement of elongated veracity." Origin of Busti.es.—The Boston Time.^ says : Bustles were originally invented by a travel!ing organ grinder to ' accommodate her monkey with a place to ride. Democratic National Convention1 .—This body will assemble at Baltimore, on MONDAY, the 22d of May. Important Decision.—It has been decided b y the War Department, that the Florida, volunteers, called out to defe...

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

To Shoo Makers. nnHE subscriber has a first-rate workman from _|_ Philadelphia, whu makes and ropairs all kinds of Shoe Makers Tools, which will be done at the lowest prices, and warranted to work well, dec 22-47 H. C. LOCHER. IRISH LINENS.—100 pieces just received direct .from Boston, they are a great bargain, and well worthy the examination of every housekeeper. Tickings, Flannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for sale at remarkably low prices at the BEE HIVE, ' Sept. 21, 1847.—31 North Queen st. /-1ASHMERE PLAIDS, for cloaks, dresses, &c. \ _j A large and well selected assortment, comprising some new and beautiful styles for children 's wear, now opening at the New York store. oct 19-3S GUIEL, HART & GILBERT. CLOTHS! CLOTHS! Black, blue black, brown, green, and every other color from the best French and English manufactures, now opening and for sale at reduced prices at the N. Y. Store, oct 19-38 GRIEL, HART & GILBERT. T HE LADIES are particularly invited to...

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

Harper & ISrotbcrs, HAV L published the followinir Standard Works wliich may be had ( heap at the CHEAP BOOK STORE of Judd & MuniiAY, opposite the Post Office, North Queen street. Lancaster. DRYJJEN-S COMPLETE WORKS. —With a memoir; portrait; 2 vols. Svo. shocp extra; published at 83,75, hut sold by J. & M. fit 82.50. Ho who reads his great poetical pamphlet, the Absolom and Achitophelafter having previously acquainted himself with the history a.nd characters of the time, will perceive that, however he may have admired it before, he may still be said never to have read it; and he will neither .wonder at the great" name which the poet lias transmitted to posterity, nor deny him the highest prerogative of genius the power of stamping on his works the impression of immortality.—Professor Smyth on History ANTHONYS CLASSICAL DICTIONARY, containing an account of the principal proper names mentioned in ancient authors, and intended to elucidate all the importa...

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

' " BTgHregS CARPS. : ] ¦ " ' ¦ American Clothing Store, ¦ , v SigiittftUStrtjxdFimtt, BY GEORGE SPURRIER, § "\T0RTH Queen streetlour doors from tho S \_\ Court House, and next to John Bear' sg ! Printing office, nearly opposite Michael's Ho-h q tel, Lancaster, Pa. j 5 j ST Rmtmberthit Eitabtiihamt contain g The ChMPHtandBMt lady-lade Clothing S | in the City, | * AJID SOLD AT THE 10WXST CASH PRICES. Feb. 15,1848. 2m-3.. 'White Crape Shawls. T ONGENECKEB. & CO., have received a lot of Lj handsome White Crape Shawls of all prices and qualities to the most costly, which they will 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, Bereges, &c, Linen Plaids and Silk Ginghams. : A beautiful lot of Bonnet Ribbons, i ; LONGENECKER&CO.,. Corner of East King and Centre Square. May 25, 1847. 17-tf Ornam...

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

Tiii» Reading Age. ¦ r 11 i i K. YKilA" LOW 1'RICES at which books are 1_ '!.'• ¦¦ . sold, may be regarded 13 one of the c .-isi;-i of the increasing desire for information which e.vists among the people. At Judd Sc Murray's Cheap Book Store, is the depot of cheap and good books, opposite the I'dsl Otiict 1 , North Queen street, Lancaster. Lives of the Presidents ; life of Gen. Green. Du Signers of the Declaration of Independence. Forstcr's Lives of the Statesmen * of the Commonwealth of Enpland. Catnj^jell's Lives of the Lord Cbancelors, 3 vol. Plutarch's Lives, in 1 and in 4 vols. Memoirs of the Queens of France, by Mrs. Forbes Hush, 2 vols. I.ilb of Wesley, do. Fletcher. Do. Carvosso, who was for 60 years a class leader. . Washington and his Generals. Napoleon and his Marshals. Life of Franklin, do. of Putnam. Goodrich's Cabinet Library, 9 vols. Count Montholon's History of the Captivity of Napoleon. Harpers' New Miscellany, 25 vols. Valuable Works. Washington and the Gener...

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

Herr Drfcsbach, - The Great Lion Tamer, "Jl'ON being asked the other dayr " in what man-_} ner he was enabled to have such wonderful intluencc with H'animals," replied with great truth: " Be firm in purpose and keep your eye steady upon what you undertake and you must be successful. '"— This then explains the extraordinary success at the ' JWWBi^TWfffliki^ 4 fc*« . ^TBlwK i iTLroJl' »ifA* where it is crowded with rj ^ a'^ifgito AII * Here Heavy Unbleached Muslin worth 10 cents, is now selling for 6| cts. por yard. I'ino bleached 4-1 irius. worth 10 cts. selling for 6J Fast col. Mane. Ginghams worth 18 soiling for 121 Good Pocket Handkfu., worth 12J selling for 61 Linen-Cambric " worth 25 soiling for I2i " " " worth 15 selling for 10 CalicooH, . . worth: 10 selling for 0} A lot of Hosiery very cheap. Ladies open worked white Cotton Hose, 25 cts.; they are very desirablo and worth 50 cts. per pair. A lot of heavy Irish Linens, a great bargainthey wore bought subject to a few wat...

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