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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Changing Colors. Tlie Perry Standard, which has hitherto sported the name of Taylor at its mast-head, under the mistaken impression that he wouty avow himself a Democrat, has taken it down, and substituted that of James Buchanan. Good!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

The Treaty Approved. Wasbisotos, March 12. The President has approved of the 1 treaty as amended by the Senate, and at the Cabinet conncil held yesterday, it was ordered to be despatched to Mexico forthwith.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

IVew Hampshire Election. ~ The annual election for Governor and members of Legislature takes place in New Hampshire today. Upon the latter will devolve the choice of a United States' Senator, to. succeed Mr. Atuebtox, (Democrat.)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

ID" Mr. Clat and Albbet Gaixatin, who have been estranged for many years, have become reconciled to each other daring the visit ot the former to the city of New York. Mr. Clay called upon Mr. Gallatin at Mb residence,\having previously sent a friend to ascertain if such a visit would be agreeable.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

JET The M Y. Courier opposes Mr. Clay for President on account of his age, and cites his leavr ing Washington before the funeral honors wer e paid to Mr. Adams, as an evidence of his tailing faculties.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Presidential Election. By an act of Congress, passed in January, 1845, the nex_ Presidential Election will be held in every State on the same day. This year the appointed day i3 Tuesday, November 7th.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

t'^^^ Tl^Tf^iv&i^^iiiiiir ' Po^tmw |_i at Lancaster, March 1, 1848.-Persons calling for letter* will please aty ibey are ' advertised. ; ! . ~ A: Enaor George- j Armstrong James ' Keech M r» Elizabeth . Andes Jacob ' KUtiser Simon Pi ' ' •. ¦¦ .• B- "• ¦ . KonkleGeoZ | BnrghoMer David . Kiabl Jacob Bonghman Conrad Katjfiman Edward Buckley George, Kline A Bradly David W L | Burmingbam James LeamanH j Barnard Lydia T Leipplen Mathias. Bishop Mary Ann * Lutz Epbraim ' ' Bowman Abraham Lloid M»ry ' Barr Christian Lutz Geo . j Butler John Losaman Frantz • Bossier John Lenehen Patrick) Brenner Benj Linkhorn Geo j Backer Jacob Locke AC ' Bowers Morgan M ; Brubaker Daniel ..r Muttin John ' Bachman Henry C Myers Martin BuckwaJter Mrs Ann S McNaulty John Black Marenda M iller & Brighton Bender Reuben j Mclllree James , Burns John Martin Eli Butler John MoltonJane Baldwin Miss Elizabeth iVI iller John Esq C Musser Jacob > Criver Viss Ellen Manning P & J ¦ Colch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

From ine ' New Yorly Herald. Ratification of tbe Treaty with - Mexico—Final Tote. : WisHiHOTosr, March ilO, 1848—10 P. M. Tlietreaty has just been ratified, with modifications. The* Senate, three-quarters of an hour ago, took the final vote, and then adjourned orer till Tuesday. The injunction of secrecy has not been removed. - . The vote stood 37 to 15. Four Senators were absent, namely: Names. PolUicg. States ' Samuel S. Phelps, Whig, Vermont. James A. Pearce, Whig, Maryland. John M. Clayton, Whig, Delaware. Sam Houston, Democrat, Texas. ... The vote for the ratification stood. as follows: . _....: ... teas. , Names. Politics. States. thester Ashley, Democrat) Arkansas. Charles G. Atherton, Democrat, N. Hampshire. Arthur P. Bagby, Democrat, Alabama. John Bell, Whig, Tennessee. James-W. Bradbury, Democrat, Maine. Jesse D, Bright, Democrat, Indiana. A. P, Butler, Democrat, South Carolina John C. Calhoun, Democrat, South Carolina Simon Cameron, Democrat, Pennsylvania. Lewis C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Herr Oriesbach, ' ~~ ' T « Tlie Great Lion Tamer, TTPON being asked the other day, " in what rr.ahvJ ner he was. enabled to have such wonderful influence with H'animals, " replied with great truti: " Be firm in purpose and keep your eye tteady up m what you undertake and you must be successful/ » — This then explains the extraordinary success tt tie Hivc Bec >" weM* .vi where it U crowded ^rith jH^HfcAi-C the lovers of ijjRg|gisglgpggggfej Choice Bargains. lWTI''I' **i wgSm Here Heavy Unbleached Muslin worth 10 cento, is now selling for 6± cts. per yard. f Fine bleached 4-4 mus. worth 10 cts. selling Tor <J± Fast col. Mane. GinghamB worth 18 selling for l&i Good Pocket Handkfs., worth 12* Belling for [6£ Linen Cambric " worth 25 selling for *2t " " " worth 16 selling for 10 Calicoes, . . worth 10 selling for [6£ A lot of Hosiery very cheap. t Ladies open worked white Cotton Hose, 25 eta.; they are very desirable and worth 60 eta. per pair. A lot of heav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

I N THE MATTER of the intended application of Ann Parry, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, for license to keep a public Jiouse. in Prumore township, it being an old stand. We, the undersigned, citizens of Drumore township, in the county of Lancaster, do certify, that being personally and well acquainted with Ann Parry, the above named petitioner, and that the above mentioned inn or tavern which she proposes to keep, is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers and travellers, and that she is a person of good repute for honesty and temperance, and that she is well providedVith house room and conveniences for the accommodation of strangers and travellers. P. w . Housekeeper, John McSparran, Joseph S. Rovd, William Barnes,'Thomas McSparran, Patrick Glackin, James Barnes, John Watson, G. Morrison, Joseph P. Hutton, Fleming McSparran, Win. Shanks, Samuel Morrison, Wm. VV. Steele,jr; March 14, 1S4S. . 3t*-7 IN THE MATTER of the intended application ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

'! ;-:-: - -r -- ¦ ";*' j^'iSuwi;:' ""V- " ^^"—"-^ PHE undersigned takes this method of returning X to his friends and pupils hit most unfeigned thanks for the splendid entertainment given him at the Mechanics*. Institute, on Tuesday evening last, and begs leave to aay, that this mark of their approbation and kindness will be remembered by him as one of ' the many he has received at their hands for years Rast. TRANKUN STOUCH. i 'March, 14,-1848. • ¦ ¦ Itr7 TN THE MATTER of theintended application L of Thomas Murphy, to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Lancaster county, April Sessions, 1848, for license to keep an inn or tavern in W. Strasburg township, being an old stand. We, the undersigned"citizens of the twp. of W. Strasburg, where said inn or tavern is proposed to be kept, do certifythat 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 Thomas Murphy, and that he is of good re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Tix^'^neyer ^ n ' ISmST fMnoMin Piano-Fortes, ' ; FOR SALE IN THE CTTY OF LANCASTERfTlHESE instruments are highl y approved of by the JL most eminent Professors and Composers of Music in this and other cities. ' - For qualities of tone, touch and keeping in tone upon Concert pitch, they cannot be surpassed, by either American or European Piano*. Suffice it to ear that Henry Hen and other celebrated Pianists, have given these instruments preference over all others. i ' They have * also received the first notice of the three last Exhibitions, and the last Silver Medal by the Franklin Institute in1 1843,was awarded to them, which, with other premium a from the same source, may be seen at the Ware-room, No. 52 south Fourth street Another Silver Medal was awarded to C. Meyer, by the Franklin Institute, Oct, 1845, for the best Piano in the exhibition. Again—at the exhibition of the Franklin Institute, Oct. 1846, the first premium and medal was awarded to C. Meyer, for his Pianoa, al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

To Shoe Makers. T HE subscriber has a first-rate workman from Philadelphia, who makes and repairs 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. TH E LADIES are particularly invited to call early and examine those beautiful and rich BONNET RIBBONS, all new, fall styles, now opening at the BEE HIVE, N. Queen st. sep 21 33 PATENT SAFETY FUSE FOR BLASTING.— Just received, a fresh supply of the above, for sale by the barrel at manufacturers prices,- by BOWLBY & BRENNER, Feb. 29, 1848-5-Iy] No. 69 Market St., Phila. JOB AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING ' neatly executed at the Intelligencer Office, rear of the Market House, Lancaster, Penna. Feb. 29, 1847. S-tf OHAWLS.—A large assortment of long and l^. squarge French Shawls for sale at reduced [prices. , ' C. HAGER & SON. A NOTHER large supply of choice Dr.y Goods J\_ for fall and winter. At the Bee Hive, North Queen st. CHAS. E. WENTZ & B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Salisbury Handle manufactory; and Turning-Mill. npHE subscribers tender their thanks to their I friends for the patronage extended to them I in. the business in which they-are engagedand riapcctfuily solicit a continuance of their favors. T They now inform their friends and the public generally, that they still continue to manufactikre at their establishment at Salisbury, (on the Philadelphia and Lancaster turnpike, one mile east: of Kinzer ' s and one mile north of the Gap,) Brooin, Brush, Hoe, Shovel and Fork Handles, Plastering • Lath turned and sawed, Palling,Bench Screws,fltc. They have also, an excellent Turning Mill connected "with their establishment, and are prepared to do all kinds of Turning in wood, such as Porch Columns, Cabinet, Coach and Wagon Turning ot all kinds with promptness and despatch. ; They have now on hand a lot of seasoned lumber, suitable for Cabinet Makers use, which will |be turned to order or disposed, of on reasonable terms. Also, a large lot of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

(ftommemat ftecoub. PHILADELPHIA MARKET. BEVIEW FOB THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 11. FLOUR & MEAL—The market for the past week has been steady, but quiet and without much inquiry for export, the smallness of the stock of Flour and continued light receipts Having a tendency to sustain prices. We notice sales of 1500 a 2000 bris standard brands at §6 lor export, which is the general asking rate at the close; sales for home use are to a moderate extent at So,87£ a ©6,25. Rye Flour is without movement, $3,75 is offered and §>4 the nominal asking price; we hear of no sales. Corn Meal has declined under the foreign news; 1000 bris Pennsylvania sold early in the week at §2,50, and since 800 bris found buyers at $2,25' ; the market is closing dull GRAIN—There is a good demand for Wheat, but stocks are nearly exhausted, and prices in consequence have an upward tendency. Sales have been to the extent of 1500 bushels inferior Western at 115c; 3500 bushels fair at 129ial30c, " and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

' ¦*- ¦ '¦ ¦ '* f7 ~WX&M ^ : ¦ I -- 'I naoeei. " - ' - ¦ - -' ¦¦¦ ' . J f A H[Election of the *toeUioM«f» of the Colam-I . • i?* ' * 1 " 1 ??*k P»n«iond». B«ilroid Compa-I ny, wiD. I be held at the White Swan Hotel, in thei borougaof Manem,on Monday,MarchSpth,jl848;r at2 o'clock, P.M., ftr the pnrVow of electing one Prendent, six Manager*, and one Trauanr. tet . aerve the enantng year, i ANDREW LEADER. Feb. is, i84«-t,. ^Setaiy Estate of durlstoplier Brenner, ¦\ . - deceased. . ' . T ETTERS of Administration upon die Estate o: J_J Christopher Brenner, late of the township and county of Lancaster, deceased, having been nanted to the undersigned, residing in the city of Lancaster—all persons having claims against the aaid Estate are requested to present them, properly authenticated, fbr settlement; and all pereons indebted to said Estate arc desired to make immediate payment, to either of the undersigned. 1 CHRISTIAN RINE, I HENRY R. REED, ( , Feb. 8, 1848-6t-2] t Lanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

u Books for tlie People. " JG 1SH & CO.'S List of New Publications.— 9 Sismondi's Literature of the South of Europe, translated, with notes, by Thos. Roscoe; portraits, 2 voJs. 12m., cloth. Scott ' s Luther and the Lutheran Reformation, 2 vols. 12mo. No. 42 Pictorial England, 25 cents. The Horticulturist and Cultivator, for March Headley ' s Sacred mountains; a new edition—25 cents. Abbott's Summer in Scotland, with illustrations. Sterneis Sentimental Journey ; with the History of a good Warm Watch-Coat, with illustrations by Darley. Price 25 cents. Webster's Dictionary, the entire work unabridged. Life of Gen. Zachary Taylor, with plates. Life of Gen. Taylor and his officers, with accurate portraits and beautiful illustrations. Tristram Shandv, with illustrations—50 cts. Mark Wilton, the Merchant's Clerk, by Rev. C. B. Taylor, author of Lady Mary, &c. Hawkstune. a talc of England in 1S4-, 9 vols. D' Aubigne's New Work, Germany, England and Scotland. Tennyson' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Nomination of Mr. Buchanan by Pennsylvania. The nomination of Mr. Buchanan, Secretary of State, us u candidate for the next Presidency* by the Democratic State Convention, ^v hich myt i\t Harrit-burg, is u vory-inipnrtnnt event in the present stuto of the IVesiduntiul canvuss. Wt« iruvi' the particulars by tclegrupli yustmluy. It came on us with grout siirprfctt. "Wu hud no idea of the extniordinary strength which Mr. Uueluimin posse^d in his own Mute. He seems tu have overruled nil rivals, from tiny purt of the Union. • ¦ This movement by lViinsylvunia will nluce Mr. Buchanan as one of the strongest cuiuluhitcs for the Presidency, before the Demuumtic Convention, to be held in Baltimore in May ijext. Heretofore General Cass, in consequence oi>"the nominations he has received in Michigan. Ohio, and Illinois, has been considered the leading Democratic candidate; but now, Mr. Buchanan seems to be neck and neck, and we are not sure but that he passes him somewhat in the ra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

I>r. Roby's Brazilian Blair Curling Liquid. WHA T thousands of chemists have long been experimenting upon, but without success, has, at length been accomplished by Dr. Roby, of Phil adelphia. To prepare an article in liquid form, free from oil, or greasy or sticky substances, which will curl the' hair without changing its color and weakening the bulbs, has long been the study o. our most celebrated chemists. This useful art is alone combined in Dr. Roby's Brazilian Hair Curling Liquid, which ensures to every body " the flowing- ringlet and the witching curl. " Prepared only by Storks & Co., sole proprietors, 21 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. Sold by ZAHM & JACKSON, aug"17 '47-29-ly] North Queen St., Lancaster. Great Bargains. DR. & C. A. EHLER, have just opened at iheir cheap ensh Dry woods store, in ihe National House building, North Queen sireei,a splendid assortment of Ctnfhs of all colors. Black and Fancy Cassimeres. Cassinetts* Vestings...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 14 March 1848

Longeneckcr & Co., CALL the attention of the public to their large and splendid assortment of Dry Goods. The mercantile 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. Thnir stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS is the larpest in the city. There is a great range for the indulgence of the funcy, and it is with pleasure thny can nsBcrt there are few of thoso who have favored them with a call that have left unsatisfied. [»°v 16 '47-42-tf New Supply of Hoots & .Shocm!a gbn <<iim Shoes, fee. MM THE. tuihHcriber has just rccnivod a now ^» aupnly of HootB, sihocH, Gum Shoot, &c, at bin Htanu, in North Queen Stroot, two donra abovo tlio PoHt-Ollico, to which ho invites tho uttontion ol his patrons and the public in general. Ho has a supply of Gum Shoos of every...

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