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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Titles. ; Several years ago there was a young English nobleman figuring largely at Washington. He had not much brains, but a vast number of titles, which, notwithstanding their anti-rcpubliran character, have sometimes the effect of tickling the ear amazingly. Several young ladies were in debate, going over .he list:—he is Lord Viscount so and so; Baron of such a country, &c. '• My fair friends," exclaimed the gallant Lieut. N., "one of his titles you appear to have forgotten." '; Ah, " exclaimed one ol' them eagerly, " what is that?" " He is Barren of Intellect, " was the reply.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

. Tavern Licenses. Hotel-Keepers, who advertise in this paper, will please bear in mind, that the paper issued on the '"V-20th instant will be the last one, in which their notices can receive the first insertion, in time for : compliance with the requirements of law. fD" We have delayed .ouj iKgjer, for a day, in • order to present to our readers, at tTtc earliest hour, the. proceedings of the State Convention. £7* Several communications have been crowded out, to make room for the proceedings of the State Convention.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

St/ccessiojt of Pbesidests.—The Union furnishes some interesting facts in regard to the succession of Presidents. The constitution has been in operation from the 3d of March, 17S9, of which we have had eleven Presidents. Of these, eight have sunk into the tomb , and only one of them leaves a son behind him. The last three Presidents Eurvive, viz: Mr. Van Buren, Mr. Tyler, and the acting President, Mr. Polk. Thase fill up a period of eleven years, commencing with Mr. Van Buren, . who ascended the chair on the 4th of March , 1837 There have been eleven Vice Presidents , of whom ' five are still living.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Another voice from theBa'ttleueld. Captain George Nauman, for many years in tne regular service, and one oi the most gallant of all the actors in the late battles, writes home to his friends in Lancaster, (his birth-place.) as follows : " Mexico is utterly, hopelessly, irrecoverably ^prostrate, and cannot strike another blow, but her pride and her hopes are not yet subdued. She trusts much to our political differences at home. She fancies that if the Whig party gets into power, we will abandon the "country, and even pay her for Ihe mischief she has suffered at our hands. Without intending it, some of our politicians have done us much injury in this unhappy and benighted land. You cannot imagine the deep and bitter execrations that are heaped by the •army on the heads of Clay, Webster, and others,, for their speeches against the ¦war.13 I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

lie. Kentucky Federal Convention. At length we have it officially stated, that the Federal State Convention of Kentucky did not nominate Taylou for-the Presidency, but we are led to . infer, from a perusal of the proceedings, that it did not nominate Clay. So Kentucky comes into the Federal National Convention uncommitted, but we presume in favor of her own citizen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Appointments by tho Governor. JiMM McDivjt, to be Associate Judge, Adams Jo-irti Irwin, ^2 : do Besvor Jour On«, do Franklin Jons Nswki.1,, : do t Mercer Sini'ii. Aliixamihi, do Mifilin Ihaac Honm\s, do Washington Matthew B. Cowuk.v, do Dauphin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Dilawaiiz.—The Democrats of this State have -agreed to meet in State Convention, for the purpose of nominating delegates to the National Convention, and adopting an electoral ticket on the 2d Tuesday of May next New Castle county has already chosen five delegates.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Wiioopino Coboh.—A teaspoonful of oil to a tablespoonful of molasses, a teaspoonful of the mixture given whenever the cough is troublesome , will afford relief at once, it is said, and in a few days effect a cure. The same remed y it is also affirmed relieves the croup however violent the attack

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

ID- A letter in the Detroit Advertiser, dated Corunna, Jan. 28, says that fifteen persons had died in that village during three weeks; .with spotted fever. Among them was Mr. SethVBeach, formerly a merchant of Poutiac.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

U7-It seems to me that the whig leaders are guilty of the worst kinj of treason.—Capt. Charles s Jfaybr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

A Scbbw Loose.—A Western paper advertises Ephrairn B, Screw, a horso thief , as having broken jcil. ' ' ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post-Office at Lancaster, March 1, 1848. ^Persons calling for letters will please say they are advertised. ; A . Knaur George Armstrong James Keech Mrs Elizabeth Andes Jacob Klauser Simon P B Kunkle Geo Z Burgholder David Kiahl Jacob Boughman Conrad Kauffinah Edward Buckley George, Kline A : Bradly David W [ L i Burmingham James Leaman H Burnard Lydia T Leipplcn Mathias Bishop Mary Ann Lutz Ephraim Bowman Abraham Lloid Mary Barr Christian . Lutz Geo Butler John Lossman Frantz Bossier John Lenehen, Patrick Brenner Benj Linkhorn Qco Backer Jacob Locke A C Bowers Morgan M Brubaker Daniel Muttin John Bachman Henry C ¦ Myers Martin Buckwalter Mrs Ann S McNaulty John Black Marenda , Miller &.Brighton Bender Reuben f McIIlree James Burns John - : Martin Eli Butler John \.olton Jane Baldwin Miss Elizabeth Miller John Esq C Musser Jacob Criver Miss Ellen ¦ -. Manni ng P & J Colcher Samuel .Moore James Childs Wm ' Miller Henry Comings T B Men...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Jttiscetlcmeous. Excitement at Taunton. Taunton, Mass., is somewhat excited by tie following occurrence: ¦ <, A few days since Charles Richmond, Esq;, of Taunton, was arrested and held to bail in the sum of 85000, on a complaint preferred by Chas. A. ¦Tan Zandt, for attempting to procure the murder of Galen Hicks, also of Taunton; and for forging the name of Hicks to two notes of hand. The atrocity of the charge naturally created a strong sensation among the citizens of Taunton. where Mr. Richmond has resided from his boyhood, and is universally respected as an honorable and upright man. The marks of his enterprise are visible throughout the town, and probably no man has contributed in a greater degree to its welfare: Previous to 1837 he was very extensively engaged in manufacturing, under the firm of Crocke: & Richmond—but the revulsions of that period were felt by him as well as others, and since that time he has conducted business on a limited scale. Recently...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

C1 LOTUS! CLOTHS! lllack, blue black,hrowji. J Kruun, and every other color from tho bcHt French iiml Kngimh mmmlactureH, now opaning and for wile at reduced priced at the N". Y. Store. oct 19-3S URIEL, HART & GILBERT. rr>HK LADIES arc purttculurly invited to call J_ (iarly and uxnininu those beautiful and rich BONNET RIB11OXS, nil new, f:L]| Hiylea, now opening at the ' BEE HIVE, N. Queen at. sop 21 33 ' 1)ATENT SAFETY FUSE FOR BLASTING.— Just received, ;i fresh supply of tho above, for sale by the .barrel at manufacturers prices, by BOWLBY & BRENNER, Feb. 39, lS4S-5-ly] No. 69 Market st., Phila. J OB AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING neatl y executed at the Intelligencer Office, rear of the Market House, Lancaster, Pcnna. <. ' Feb. 29, 1H-17. ^ 5-tf SHAWL S.—A large assortment of long- ami S(|imr»c French Shawls for sale at reduced prices. . C. HAGKR & SON. SATIN DAMASK STRIPED ALPACA A'Ticw Jirticle, brown, purple, drab and drilled, just received fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Fire! Fli-e! NOTICE—To the Members of the Northern Mutual Insurance Company of Lancaster County. ' • DR. JOHN W.CL0N1NGER of Lebanon, ampmber of said Company, having !iad a barn with, contents destroyed by fire on the night following the 3d of January last: i JACOB HESS having had a Still-House and contents destroyed by lire on the ni ght following the 29th January last, with some damage done to his. roiJJ, in Warwick." township, Lancaster county, b p.tfv properties insured in this company,-which loss to;be paid, requires the payment of two per cent, on the--dollar of each premium note on the Books of thecompany. ^ \ Therefore, Notice is hereby given—to all the mein- - bera of said company, to pay eaid sum of two per cent, on the dollar on their respective notes given to said company, previous to said fires ,iwithin thirty days from the date hereof, to be paid tb William. H. Paul, Treasurer, Abraham Bear , President, Peter Martin, Secretary, Samuel Eberly, Jacob Sh\ik% Samuel ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

Cliampai^nc Wine. This\wiue takes its name fram the province in which it is made. It takes much labor to prepare it from the juice of the grape suitable tor market. It also takes much money tor bottles and corks, many of the li'rmer breaking during .fomentation. Ten per cent, breaking is not regarded as a loss, because rhc wine is considered better, and rises in proportion. " M. J Squeson, a wine merchant of Chalons sur Marne, it is said, lias cellars in which lie foments hiswine, more than a mile in extent. lie alone pays for corks yearly $:sn,IIOI>, which is $0,0110 more than tlie salary ol ' the President of the United States. What all of the merchants of the old Province of Champaigne pay—lo^ corks, would defray the salaries of the President anil Congress; and what all the wine growers in France employ for that purpose, would pay all the expenses ol'our Government, ini-kulint; the Mexican war. A bottle of this wine ill the Province of Champaigne can be bought lor ab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

. Harper & Brothers,! TTAVE pabliahed the following Standard Works n which, maybe had iHeapaithe CHEAP BOOK STORE of Jodd & Musbat, opposite the Post Office, North Queen street, Lancaster. QRYDEN'S COMPLETE WORKS. —With a memoir; portrait; 2 vols. 8vol sheep extra; published at $3,75, but sold by J. & M. at $2,50. , He who reads his great poetical pamphlet, the Absalom and Achitophely after having previously acquainted himself with the history and characters oft the time, -will perceive that, however he may have1 admired it before,Tie may still be said never to have read it; and he will neither wonder at the great name which the poet has transmitted to posterity, nor deny him the highest prerogative of genius—the power of stamping on hia works the impression of immortality.—Professor Smyth on History. | ANTHON'S CLASSICAL ^DICTIONARY, containing an account of the principal proper names mentioned in ancient authors , and intended to elucidate all the i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

liECAJL NOTICES. Estate of Rndolph Ranfflamn. Jn the Court of. Common Pleas for1 the county qf ¦ Ldncaster. TTTHEREAS Jacob B. Garber, Committee of the VV person and estate of said Rudolph Kauffman, (an habitual drunkard,) did on the lltn day of February, 1848, file in the office of the Pr ' othonotary of the said Court, his account of the said Estate Notice) is hereby given to all persons ) interested in thesaid estate, that the said court have appointed the 20th day nf \tarch, 1848, for the confirmation thereof, unless exceptions be filed. Attest, ' J. H. KURTZ, Prpth'y. % Prothonotary'a Oflicc, ) Lancaster, Feb. 15, 1848.) 3-4t | Notice. 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 Monday, March 20th, 1S48, at 2 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of electing one President, six Managers, and one Treasurer, to serve the ensuing year. ANDREW LEADER, Feb. }5, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

j - • BUSIJSE8S CARPS, j 'American Clothing Store, N S'gnqfthe SMridPanti , ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ 5 BY GEORGE SPURRIER, a i AT 0RTH ^ ueea slreet > l0I» doors from the > j.J.1 Conn House, and neit to John Bear' s S £ Printing ofiice , nearly opposite Michael's Hp^S a tel, Lancaster, Pa. 3 " SOT Remember this Establishment contains, S The Cheapest and Best tody-Made Clothine" « in the City, | ^ AND SOLD AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. Feb. 15, IS48. ; 2m-3. Wlilte Crape Shawls. X ONGENECKER & CO., have received a lot of I / handsome White Crape Shawls of all prices and qualities to the most costly, which, they will dispose of at small adrnnces. Also, a new lot of Paris Embroideries, I^eedle 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 llonnet Ribbons. , LONGENEqKER & CO., Corner of East King antI? Centr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 7 March 1848

A Curious Fact, if'it he a Fact.—A correspondent of one of the Cincinnati papers states that the Buena Vista battle field is still covered with bones, coats, pants, shoes, knapsacks. &c. And what is -most singular of all is, that a few Mexicans who were left unburied, are still on the battlefield entire. Neither putrefaction nor the wolves prey upon them, but they are dried up like mummies. The only way he has heard it explained is, that the Mexicans cat so much pepper that it preserves their bodies from putrefaction, and at the same time spoils them for the taste of wolves.— Certainly Miey do not decay, and the wolves will not prey upon them. This is a good story, but about as fanciful as any which we have seen for a long time. 117* Tlie following is given as Gen. Houston ' s opinion of the Treaty: lie says, four fellows got together without any manner of authority, and having nothing better to do, agreed to make up what they pleased to call a Treaty. Four copies were mad...

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