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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Great Bargains. DR . &.C. A. EHL'ER, have just opened ai * iheir cheap cash 'Dry \5oods siore, in the National Honse building, North Queen fl!reei,n splendid assortment of Cloths of all colors. Black and Fancy Cassimeres. .Cassinetts. Vestings of tveru description. —ALSO—Plaids of every description, Cashmeres, Mouslin deX-aincs, Alpaclms. Shawls, Flannels'. Ticking? and Checks, Hosiery and Gloves, &c. Ate. The public are invited io call and examine iheir stock as they are determined to sell at a small advance for cash. • ' DANIEL R.EHLER ' .; j C. A.MANDUS EHLER. oct 19 i . . ' '3S|

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

-MonE.or nuRYisa La.wtxhs iNOLnr.N time.— ,A gentleman in the country who had just buried a rich relation, who was an attorney, was complaining'to-Foote; who was on a visit to him, of the very great expeascs of a country funeral.— ",Why, " says Foote, '^a you bury .attorheys,here. ?" '¦ Y_es, to; be. sure we do.;.-how .else VI. f'Oh! we never do that in London." ','No!" said the other, rmicli surprised. ' ""How do you .manage?" (; \Vhy, when the patient happens'to die, we lay him out in a/rooni over night by himself, lock the door, open the sash,.and in the morning he's entirely off!'.' -Indeed!'' said ,the other in .-amazement; "what becomes of him !"' "Why, that we cannot exactly tell, not being acquainted with supernaturjsr Causes ', All .that yiin know of the matter is, that tnere'i:;i strong iiiiell.of bransiqne M.llie room the next mom '"£¦ " . . ' .. ¦¦ ¦ , . -:,.-,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Removal of tlie Ctaeap Catub ;i " CIiOTHIiVG STORE. J CORMLEY, Merchant Tailor, respectfully . informs the citiiens of the city and county ta ' f Lancaster—his customers and the' customers' 'of Simon J< Young, that he has taken the stand - (tolong ^ccupffid by S. J. Young, two doors southvof Orange Streetand next door to , J, Gi3h & Coi ' s Book. Store \ where he haa the largest assortment r,l' ready made clothing ever offered in the city of Lancaster. This stock consists of Cloaks, Hangup, SackDress, Frock, Walking and Riding Coats, j Roundabouts for boys of all sizes and descriptions. i J. G. returns thanks for'ihe. many favors ajid | hopes that hia friends and the customers of S. J. Young and the public in general will continue to (avor him with their calls: ¦ [nov 1t~!t2

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

> Jec i) XBpmrrx—lA'mason Bpedkin' giof the diffi" cnltiesof.making.a .tellarrather deeper than it is usual:to have them, was answered by the owner ^oi the(property, that hccbidiihave it as deep as he pleased, farAc omitd ' allthtimy through. "" This retnark1 is oh a par with that of :fhe Frehch'- man, -who • builtf!*'four-Etory h'(Sii5c adjoining " his Dntch ncigHhor's"twb-stOT)- housej1 ' Being1 on the roofs of their respective houses one day, the'one on the ^ low holism cnes' out to 'the otheK—¦' WhaCftr youpuiId"K> high!1 taref'-'To'-tthicli jthe Frt|ic¥ man replied,—" De-.gmlh' d eei veraisheaji> vp\ hei ' t."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

I»r. C.••EfcifwjSKl, HOMCSpRtSli? ,. ^,...~ , -- -rhysic-Uiw. r ^ l-FK'Kii: N'oii-.'iQc^eii. '.r-et, ii. !-\ J. Krrur.-iirs ! d._ >:.:MRlX, ,:t , r!U:;-K, Li^ria.,.,, Pa., u-.id^ra |,ls ' jirf!H'b=::-;K.l ^rlvici' t'.- tlif- cidzfnc ol'I. 'J;, :t\;,:':, i .Mirl I)-..": :.!'.' r j;. ¦ ¦;:¦ •- !!v. r.ind lu-.r*' *.:- -irw\j\] y : .., : I'-.de w'm) ;lr«- -i-lir--:;,^ ¦ ¦¦ t r. ¦ : c J);V:'.---i)/; ( i.:l ' resptctfull} M.ii;:in> Uitiii. :.al ii*- , -• ¦ \(^--. to rure .ill kind;", trf Acute iliid Chraniv D/ir<i-:^, \-,-)U); .afe iu j their nnlure curable, in - pert,' .-- f-.\-y, .. .ini n>il." I manner The mi^'icine i> ,i!i,iini^L:;ieit iuvrn.il!, plc-Hdan; ' ." \1 -:- l.^ie, :.tui ,--3-i!y ¦ '_•;!> .. .^>' -Ki' «:hirge? nrf- mo.'- ;jLt-. !q.- < - • ¦ - -i-j-"* ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

I Renioval. ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦ I-igji: ^i 'L ftttlKH wouU! rr-wpor.tfully iat-wim ' w-. VT friends, • .'dstni:'. ,.i:..\ the p'/uliOn g.T.eirl, thai he im» trinived !ii« !H.-.l!iir,i; Slnre frl.m his a!.! stain1, nexl d'lur W the l 'osl .Office, to f.nf tlri-jr .outh -»f Johu ' ii ii -'j) iVin'.v^ ()!ncc, -mil ner.rly ,ipp"».:V- J. V ¦ i.i-1'3 Ilotol, u' tli>, sign of ihe Hie I'.iNH. where 2:1 wnUf (]<i wtil: to cill th.\i «art 1 in tiiiy ' t'flHAP AND WELL-M/s < V. CLOTHJNO. j JO'-Ciistoiner's '.I'd.-l .itiended : l^ the sliortt;:; : notice. ::"ii inaile in 3 wcriim^niike winner. Dnn'i > foi^ei thr jjtri^v-. 'ji'/ji of the Big Pants. dfc7'47 ':¦!!': GF.0. Sl'URRr^R. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

^^Ufitai^^lMW^ E. W. HUTTEB , EDITOR. ~~~ ~ foZpreSdent, i, ¦ OF EENNS^,VANI4£| , ^ [Suijtct to the decision qf^Mb ful 0^vttUio% Lancaster^ January 4% 1848. ' The IVext Presidency. fcJWe-fcuve this day- nailed to our 'mastkead th* name of JAMES BUCHANAN as our first choice for the next Presidency, suhject to the decision of the Democratic National Convention. Tbisannunciation we deem, proper to accompany with a few reflections. : ' .. ]'] ' ..-We are " among those who believe that Pennsylvania may justly claim the-honor of furnishing to ihe Democracy of the Union the nex? President, not as a boon|,butas ajnatter of right iFor nearly half a century the old, keystone has begi a. hewer of wood and a drawer of water for others; always standing in the front rank of the battle,:where the shot fell thickest and fastest She assisted by her vote and influence in securing the elevation of JkfvEHspx,;Mji»iso:«, Moskoe, JiCKson, VaxBprejt and Polk, and when, on a single occasion in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

i ——¦—w^——————- Wnrtlig«iw rtWMguiHUiiitti—^-^^ Wasjhjkton, Jan. J, 1848. Celebration ojmu^^t^^Delay in Corigrets—The War yJettqgfi jfc the Senate—Taylor Meet-»i1wB( * ear'» q» ffigeof the great (if not fie 8jjgate8t|£al&-dayir3i^ um^ metropolis. Now almon* P enj« P°Sgjggg£*&[<'dii,g members of &$r ifess, iKads onWreaug , cle$^sf and strangers orall sexes, sizes, and 'conditions,.. ' have repaired to the " While Jfoiue," ur-euhxnge holiday salutations with the ( President and his fair lady. The corps of foTMgTT'amMarsniTfteyeTfo^^ couifP dress, and all the beauty, brilliancy and fashion of the city. The Marine band, with its martial aud national airs, enlivens the festive scene, and ill is bustle, gaiety and confusion. From the Presidential mansion the sea of human heads (and hats) is seeu directing its course towards the residence of Mm. MAttaSjJtejfea^Jft^^SP.tlhttePriMulen who receives her^huu&erpus visiters with a grace and ease that hav$...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

The Difficulty In the Aruiv. The difficulty among the prominent officers ot our Army appears to have, been quite as serious as was represented. We publish here the. orders of Gen. Scott, reflecting upon the officers who were said to be under arrest. They betray no little temper—perhaps we should say, ascei-bity of temper: . War Department, Adjt. General's Office, ) Washington, Jan. 28, 1847. J The following regulation has been received from the War Department: War Department , ) Washinoton, Jan. 28, 1847. J The President of" the United StateR directs tint paragraph G50 of the General Regulation for the Army, established on tho lnt of March, ;i82u, and not included among those published January 20, 1841, In.1 now published, anil that its observance u» a part of the general regulation* be strictly iMijnini'il upon thn army. Hy nrtlnr of the President t (Signed) , W. L. MAltCY, Hiicretnry; of War, Tin' following Is Ihe puni^rriijili ul' tho (inuural Rtifiiilntlons fur thn Ajiiiy,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

"w ™"""" """"""""" v •" George W. Haxxult, Esq^ of this city, editor of the Urion and Tribune, in consequence of his re-, turn to the editorial tripod, declines a re-election as ^^oftheSta^peiial*. ' '*^. ' \ J». &~ pbf^ pbi of Ijfroiuiang talent»id a ^embmof fc baTj died at^Iata^^ras, of vfflow ilver.' t" >^ptoj>i«alic, ^, lat^ftst-m ijlr af^rrisburg, will hereafter be associated in the editorial and-business departments of the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin. - ILJ~ ilon. IvIorris Loxstrxth has resigned ius positiqn as Associate Judge of the Court of Quarter Sessions and Common Pleas: for the county of Montgomery, in anticipation of his new duties as CanalCoruimatioaer. -j r r¦ .- ,: ' / '5' I "Ae Wii.VaT^Rdv»so.—JohnWilmotwas late-' li~!2Hs!l L!Srore %e J^ ecor !ter ^f ?*SW .Q^eansjor whipping his better half: r The Recorder toldli|m he stiould be rl&easeS irou^duressVj<«)mWeii he did not offend again. Associate Jbdgks.—William Cplley and John...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Foreign Emigration. The Eatton Jlrgvs \ states, on the authority of official reports made by the collectors of customs - to the Secretary orstaje, that "the nnmBefofi aV- ' rivals from foreign countries at New York, Boston. Philadelphia; Baltimore and New Orleans, during the year ending September 30th, 1S47, amounted to nearly a quarter milliox ! . The increase! over the previous year- being over xiobtt-two ¦ thocsaxd ! The great majority of these emigrants hail from Ireland and Germany, who have abandonee] . the graves of their ancestors to seek an asylum in this favored land of liberty. Many of them 'have brought with them, not only their wives and children, but habits of industry and substantial wealth which they add to the common stock and thereby increase the sum-total of our national prosperity. Every true 'Democrat must rejoice in,-;the sublime spectacle presented by this' immense tide of emigration from the down-trodden and impoverished re gions of the Old World. Dem...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

¦» r'^a r*r'-! i»r wt|iHr8tHiiiiM'« am rj—-»——-—¦ , Xater «Vom Mexico. orders ^ Arrival ^thiM^^^n oif^-Army by Gin. Sco«-atee31&SnBt . Coi,s rW_Colonel Hughes ' proclaMtion^Jfitiri-M the capital—The new S&iq^imon-^&omm interference solicited. ' ^Kw'tSfcans paperfito tKM&l inst.,1 inclusive, ' aritTMobiU lathe £&jjjreacfid us yenerday by onr o^efland^'iexpresB. We subjoin various important dejjjilB rigt, contained. 'in 001 telegraphic deipatch ^me ,-^HtiBh W^^&idia moil steamer T^voit, LiWt. P. Hast, R. N., commander,! arrived at Ship Isla&d harbor at 4 o'clock nn the afternoon of the 20th instant, in four days from Vera Crui. By this arrival the Picayune (extra) of , the 22d insLjias <l«t»r from-<he -ckjrof-itferieo6f ~a>g ~ 14trro7this month, i ¦ j The following gentlemen, passengers from Vera Crur, arrived in. New Orleans b y the Creole: Dr. Finley, U. S. A. and servant ; Captains Wheat and Sheperd,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Terrible Steamboat Disaster. Sixtj, Pebsoks Killed ob Missixo—Thibtt OTHERS ScALnED. The steamboat A. N. Johnson, bound to Wheeling from Cincinnati, blew; up, December ^29, near Maysville, it is ' supposed from a defect in the boilers: and out of.one hundred and sixty passengers, between sixty or seventy are either killed or missing, and thirty others are so badly scalded as to make their recovery a matter of doubt. After the explosion the boat took fire, and many who escaped the explosion-were either drowned or fell a victim to the fury of the. flames. .. ¦ Among the killed are the chief clerk, Mr. Fairchild, Engineer Lyles, aiid Pilot Redman. Among the scalded areJVIessrs. Everhart and son, and G. S. Wctherly, of Philadelphia, Wheat and Rillson, of Baltimore, and John Galbraith, of Pittsburg. ': Messrs. Johnson, McDonald, Wickersham, Gilbreth and Baker, all from Pittsburgh were among the missing. Messrs, Arthur Fole, T. McDonald; Jas. Wickersham, G. Baker and J. Ferguson, of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Who Originated the Wai? It in 11 mournful truth, that there are to ho found in tho United SuWmen of character and iutylli. gonce, who do not heututo to uflirrn that tho Mexican war was produced bythe aota of the Executive of our own country, and thjB without rhyme: or reason ! Even Husiir Clay, who on no previous occasion had taken sides against his country, lias beclouded all the glories' of his past life by echoing this false accusation. Now to us it seems of very little consequence, how the Ship of State came into this situation. The chief concern of us all should be to' get her out of it, with profit and honor. But even this inquiry no friend of the administration need fear to meet. Who, then, originated the Mexican War; That is the. question. We have the -answer at hand. When Congress, on the 13th day of. May, 184f>, placed men and money at the disposal, of the Executive to prosecute the war, it was coupled with the emphatic declaration that the war existed " by th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

The Wilmot Proviso. At the last session of the State Legislature resolutions were passed, with great unanimity, instructing our Senators and requesting our representatives in Congress, to sustain the Wilmot proviso. We concede to the Legislature the right of instruction, as applied to the Senators, and would regard that man-as a sorry professor of Democracy,.who did not, without any further ceremony, either obey or resign. This is the old States' Rights doctrine, and notwithstanding the dissent of many excellent men, whose opinions we value highly, it has our hearty approval. At the same time, however, .it must be confessed, that the resolves of the Pennsylvania Legislature do not always reflect the wishes and opinions of the people. They are rather noted for their contrariness. Look back, for example, at the resolves passed, for a series of years, as regularly as the session came, in favor of the Biuule Bank.— Had one relied on this data only, one could not have escaped the c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

What would they be at t One of Bishop Berkley's pregnant queries is the following: " Whether it is not always a great point to know what we ivoitld, be at , and whether whole States, as well as ii&ividuahs, do not often fluctuate fur want of this necessary knowledge-?" To this great point the " no more territory'' men do not seem any nearer to-day than-, they were the moment the absurdity was first mooted. Not one of the wise-acres employed in opposing territorial acquisition knows " what he would be at." They are driving to all points of the compass, hither and thither, but with all the driving there is no drift. They have no well-digested substitute, but (; fluctuate" between this plan, that, and the other, until they are finally themselves lost in a labyrinth of perplexities. They admit that Mexico was deeply indebted to the United States, even before the War. leaving the expenses of the War itself out of view. They admit, that Mexico has not a dollar of money, wher...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

¦——^BBggBgggBBBBBBBg The 8th of January. «^--...MBm.i^.gnfr-Tiwa.-.w~«.-j;n.i-r-n»~- -—— -c=-» "^Tiext Saturday will be the anniversary of the t battle of New Orleans—a day that deserves to be •bild iniKatchil recollection by the whole Ameril^te iij j lople.^j Thirty-th ' ree ye^will then have,elapsSk pice A|pKJWJAC$&^ withes ba^-of ujfi d jciplifl*) bijT r^ute yiftpen, rotted thejboasf ^np hsj^id led .t^sm to ijstgine^at rM, whot^ Sivorld^Sust sueenmb'toroeir superior prm-ess. Gloriously did the Hero of New Orleans, with his mere handful of raw militia, undeceive the proud soldiei^f ^^jn^ th^r^imtryjjyjhat^ijk lfanTfinale to the second war with ourold jjppresr sor. They^ame, flnshed- with' ' "the recollectibn of many a bold and successful battle, and stimulated to deeds of desperate valor by the promise of every j impunity whi p h the h<Jpe<of plunder iirid^hesralicatioii of a ¦vile licendouineW^could* inspirt^-but before the ^ well-dJrejrte^^me^c m^rUMh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Col. WUsojt McCanQfess. -., This distinguished gentleman—President of the Electoral College of this State in 1844, and well known as.one of the.most.eloquent Democrats of Western Pennsylvania—was iriyited to address the lats Democratic War Meeting,-at the Museum, and as the letter was delayed by storm and bad roads, he attempted to send the subjoined reply on the day of the meeting, by Telegraph. But the wires were hi bad humor, and his answer was returned to him. Hehas, therefore, remittedit by due course of mail. We ask attention to it as "ft letter full of eloquence and spirit: , -.' r : Gentlemex:—Tour flattering invitation to be present at the War Meeting, to be held at' the Chinese Museum, this^venuig, is only aowreeeivwfc and to reply in time, I must^se the telegraphic wires. I regret that corporeally I cariripti be th' ere, but I shall be with you in the spirit and enthusiasm, which will assemble and animate the masses of the people. . ' .' . ¦ ! ' Remember, in your ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

_J^p " iLqat|Qn§~UlBiBnwtic ^_ . Our Washington Correspondent announces the; anooifltment, by the President, of Dr. Davis, of Sfiana, Minister to Chiu*; Col. Rowax, of KgJfkj ky, Charge' to Naples: and Dr- *Jt"* ! °fA ^Mg ntry upon these admialle serectftis. H. IW-LVit will be recoUectedaras:t!ies &aked|f t^ House of Representatives B the lasppbngrK -^ n^tevhich he filled wi^^tingup^ abii^, "ariofgreat: popularity. CoL Rowan is a gentleman of the_hi|;hest order of talents, great firmness of character, and eminently qualified to represent the ronntty Ht--«*'af roinyliiliMl^fowisw- Qowrtr He.' ia the son of the celebratedl Judg^ Powas, formerjy a citizen, aiil we believe, a native, of this State, who was once a distinguished member of the Senate of the United States. ! Col. K. has .numer; ous fr«nd|iji llife ^Lte|whj w^ll be truly £na1fi with Ius appbiutment Dr. Niles has great experieace,, »».'» Diploniati««v.»Hd-^iw appointment -vrrtI be considered among Ihe .best that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 4 January 1848

Kentucky and the Presidency.! At a meeting of the Democrats of Crittendin county, Kentucky, (the proceedings of which we find in the Hbpkinsville Prets.) at the Court House, in Marion, on Monday, the 12th of December, 1847, (County Court day.) Maj. Ishax Clemest wits called to the chair, and Jas. Ddvall, Esit, was appointed Secretary. On Motion of J. W. HEAiilet, and after Some remarks by him, the following, among other resolutions, was unanimously adopted: [ RcsoIwH That lijjosine •.•Kr-.v.ci.O trust and co:ifideni-e '1; ti.<- ability and iiiinirpa&g.! stalesmaiisimi ,.1'Ji-. Kim. J.imj:» UtcKAXAsj' . of ?>eiip,.ylvHii'.j. v.i: nHumnii-iul him to t!i* Peruoi-, <»ie jwfV •hrou jj houi ti:>> .i ' >:!ted StaMs, for President. :'-•¦ '>' on ' r liiatmirilislieu U-lloiv (-Itj^cn, (iyy WiLLI.M '.h Hc-.-n o' it>nlucky. for V;-e Provident. i . ¦ iT7~'*••<¦ >i'vnks,t» .vii*;-..? <: *;jrof,-, n /or vain...

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