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

The State Legislature. This body convenes at Harrisburg at 12 o'clock to-day. In the Senate, owing tothe fact that many of the strongest Democratic districts in the State. in October 1840, returned whigs, that party still retains its ascendency. The House of Representatives, however, is largely Democratic, so that neither party wil^be able to inflict serious injury on the other. That both maybe animated by a disposition to lee^slate for the welfor? of thp State H j devoutly tu Ix liopc'l r-.njot.£ 'ij-ii;-: <»; ihi'mitfr!; ! we iH^covw i . ' nt nanK-- uf ninny tt-P<!<">"•.. ¦i.-iitii ^uislied !or t^ieir lali.nr- ( Hie Governor ' s Tvlessai;- -.vii] no doubt..is usual, h: sent in on lo-morrow. UT" l ' ne Vi::-\ ¦ »« am! Massachusetts ,jdroad was " • - ¦*• m-.miM n. ' A'hol oi! ii,c -iiiij ult,.

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

Col. Bcuton. The St. Louis Union, the leading Democratic paper "of Missouri, in alluding tothe rumored position of this distinguished statesman, says: "Several newspaper allusions have recently been made to the proposed withdrawal of Col. ;Benton from . the head of the Senate Committee on Military Affairs. From this , newsmongers have invented the charge that he contemplates ' assailing the administration. Now, we. can state, for the benefit of those who have given credence to such a rumor, that Col. Bfiton «ti|l i-nnfim". ' *n: the mo*1 frrri!. ly terni^ ' ,vith tae ll n ulom—t':K|t notli' mglu' . oi> t-LUT»-.]'!to ir.iir tin' iro^.l iVcliu^ between tUftn-., and i tlutt i! ii1 !i* ~ 't prol. :-!t' That any ihbiir. -jl ti:.; kind I will ot cur. " Lviiunon CovxTf v«n Scott.—Tim 'y g, 01 ' Lebdium county \\e\d Uieir Comity Convention on j the 20th lilt., and niMiiinnniHl y adopted a re>i'>littjon i»i fyvor of G-eivjal Scott : " or th<- Presidr-m-y j ...

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

General Shields. This gallant officer, who in: the army has earned the enviable soubriquet of ''the brave Shieli»s,:! is now in Washington city, on a visit. We learned to know Gen. Shields intimately and well, whiUt he held the post of Commissioner of the General Land OHice. ami to know him is to respect and love him. A nobler heart than his does not animate the bosom of man. He resigned that pleasant post, with its salary of $:t.i>UO per annum, and accepted in exchange the perils and privations of the camp. How nobly he has met the expectations of his friends, we need not say. The terrible wound he received at Cerra (iordo, and the proviilontiul preservation of his life, tire nmong the most woikUtI'hI incidents af tin' war. Gen. $iiiklijs is up Irish nativity, mid inherits nil thu rure virtues of his t'lmnlryiui'h,

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

The Public Works. We are gratified to learn by the following letter to the Pennsylvania}!, that there is a prospect of an early opening of the State Canals, as the repairs necessary to navigation will be completed by the 1st of February: ' Canal Commissioners' Office, Harrisburg, January 1, }84S. to the Editors of the Pennsylvanian .-Gentlemen : As many erroneous reports are in circulation, ' and as numerous inquiries have been made in relation to the opening of the public Works, the Board of'Canal Commissioners deem it proper to state, that all the repairs to the main line, of canal and railroad between Philadel phia and Pittaburg will be completed by the middle' of February-, and that the navigation will be resumed at as early a day in the Spring as the weather will permit the water to. be let into the canal. By order of the Board, THOMAS L. WJLSON, Sec'y. . ..

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

j The Canal Board. The Canal Commissioner elect, Hon. Monnis Loxostreth, enters upon the discharge of his public duties, on the 1 lth instant ^ He succeeds Joshua HAnrsuonxj:, Esq., of Chester county, who for the last three years has devoted his time unremittingly to his responsible trust, and who retires with the best wishes of all who have had official intercourse with him. In Judge Longstheth he will have an able successor. The new , board now consists of Messrs. Burns and Loxgstreth (Democrats.) and Mr. Power (Fed.,) and it is sincerely to be hoped that on all political questions, which must necessarily arise, thet majority may be able to harmonise.

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

Slaying a Mexican. Extract from He.vrt Clai ' s speech, delivered at the dinner of the Sons of New England, at JNew Orleans,on the 22nd of December 1846, met tocejebrate . the landing of the Forefathers of New England on Plymouth rock:— , . . " Althoughileadinga life ofTOtrrement,'I am not wholly unobservant of the " proceedings relating to the condition, welfare, and. prospects of our country. And when I saw around me to-night, General Brooke, and other old friends, I f elt half inclined to auk for some nook or ronier in the nrmy, 111 jeliiili I might serve, to avenge the wrongs done to Iny'country. I thought that 1 might yet be able to capture or Hay a Mexican"' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦'

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

Clarion County. ' The staunch Democratic organ, of this strong Democratic comity, the Clarion Democrat, on the 22d of December, said: James Buchanan.—The late demonstrations throughout the Union in favor of Pennsylvania's favorite son, Hon. James Buchanan, for the Presidency, give ample proof of his popularity, the just appreciation of his towering mind, and spotless character, and of the rights of,the Keystone State to the ' President. With James Buchanan for President, and, say Gen. Worth, if a good Democrat, for Vice President, our course is onward and our end triumphantly victorious.

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

The Inauguration. : The ceremony of inaugurating Fhascis R. Shun k as Governor of Pennsylvania for a second term , will take place~in the Capitol at Harrisburg, in the presence of both branches of the Legislature, 611 Tuesday, January 18th. The whole people of Pennsylvania may justly regard it a cause of sincere congratulation, that the State ' has secured for .another period of three years the services of a Chief-Magistrate, who combines in his character all the high qualifications required by Jeffehsojt—Honesty, Capacity, and Fidelity ko the Constitution.

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

Editor'* Acknowledgements. we owe a deep debt ot gratitude to many brethren of the press, who have kindly welcomed our return to the editorial corps: Also, to numerous personal and political friends, here and elsewhere, who have successfully exerteil themselves to extend the circulation of our paper. We feel that the best return we can make for these displays of friendship —the more cheering because extended at the threshold of our enterprise—is to spare no possible efforts to deserve them.

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

Democratic Sleeting in Drumore. Our columns to-day contain a1! ca!l for a Democratic meeting, to lie holden at the Unicorn, in Drnmore townshipon next Saturdaythe anniversary, of ^e Battle of New Orleans. The signatures to the call, we are assured, embrace the names ot those who have long been regarded as the staunch and true nien of the party in that section of the county.

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

ArniNti'oiiK County fur Iliicliiiutin I Tho ii'milur (liimoi'mlic mm'tiiiK fur Ariii«trnn|r county won hi'hl in thu town of Kittitiiiiiu, on tho '. ' 1st tilt,, mid vim iiiimiiroutly utteniloil by tho domoorircy from nil Koctionn of tin) county, Upn, Mohkut Dim 11111I H. N, Lsn, K»q,, wero ohonon the delogatoK to tho -lth uf March Convention, These gentlemen, are the uvoweil friends of Jahkx Bmuxix for the Presidency, \

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

Pennsylvania irod .Buchanan! Immense Meeting of the Detnocracy 6f Old Mlegheny ¦' yrUndtyio tfie ' iwtmnation of James Buchanan to ¦ -;.the next Presidency. -y ~ if ¦pAgi&Jabi y to pre^ous notice,an overwhelmingl y large and enthusiastic, meeting of the tine atd * triM ^embcracy. of'Allegheny countyv who -are firiendLy to tlie nomination? of: Pennsylvania's illiistriQus :and iavorite son, JAMES' BUCHANAN, to Jhe Presidency,- assemblettat the' Washington Cpf-(ee House, on Tuesday1 evfnun^, December 2 Sthj 1S47. . ' ¦ - ¦ ' , - ¦ ¦¦ * • ¦ ¦ ¦;^f- ¦ " ; '•' :. .. :?/' .„ I The meeting- wsts dalled to order by Col, Win, Bryant, who nbniihated, pr. JoxarR; >IcCli>> fcoci,' to ijie Chair, for the ' purpose of temporary organization. ¦ i i On motion of David Lynch, Esq., tlie followingcommittee was appointed by the chair, for the purpose of reporting officers for a permanent organization: . ; ; Committee^-Diivul'Lynch.*W. M'Oundless,: J.!C. Dunn,r James C...

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

. ' <:;:;{*! ' . "UKatice.;-.) * ^: /.i^< ' " In the Court of Common, Pleas ofL«ncasterCo,unK- NOW , to wit, Npvember ' 22d, 1847, .tbejfenp appoint HENRY HALDEMAN, of. Conoy twp., Revenue pommissioner, porsiiant to the 36th section of the Act of 29th April, 1844, entitled "An Act. to ' reduce the. State debt and to. incorporate the Pennsylvania Canal and ; Railroad * Coinpanj." . . ... --- .. ' ' .. ' . '' ¦ ¦¦¦ • " . ": ' y . ' .\" . ' " .Same da j, the Court, appoint FRANCIS KEENANj Esq., .Auditor, parsnant to 18lh . section . of the Act of 21st April, 1846, entitled "A Supplement to the law relating to defaulting pnUic omcere. " , . -" .. ELLIS LEWIS. .. J. GROSH. , E. SCHAEFFKR. iJan. 4. 184S; : 3t-49 LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the. Post-office atlahcaster, January 1, 1848. . ' . '"' Persons calling for letters will. please say they are advertised. ¦' A. Kendig Mrs. Mary A. A. Mr. ¦ . ' '. L: B. Linton David Bay Gottfried, Lechler Jerome A - ( Bean Messrs ...

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

Dr. M. M. Moore, Dentist. QTILL continues to perform all operations on the k3 TEETH upon terms to suit the times. Office North Queen street, opposite Kaufman's. Hotel, ap 1 . 9 ¦ IRISH LINENS.—100 pieces juBt received direct from Boston, they are a great bargain, and well worthy the examination of every housekeeper. TickingsFlannels, Crash, Table Diaper, for sale at remarkably low prices at the .BEE HIVE, Sept. 21, 1847.—34 North Queen «t. QAT1N DAMASK STRIPED AlPACjC^A.niew O article, brown, purple, drab and drilled, just received from Boston, and for sale cheap at the ' oct 19—38] ¦ NEW TOSK STORE QADDLERY HARDWARE. Jost received 1 Oheavy stock of saddlery of all kinds, and for sale at Philadelhia prices .by .-jan 26—52] " ¦ " STEINMAJJ fe ' sON. TJAINTED BUCKETS.—100 doz Painted Buck " - X cts, just received and for sale at the manufacturers ' prices, by STEINMAIT & SON: ,. jan-19.- i 31 Q MITH VICES. 60soUd box Pittsburg vices of 3 Lamot & Marshal's make, w...

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

mwh^»»^*^.i " . ,^mj^mff^vm i 1 m 1 ¦ ---^-_. ,^^^^_^3lJ^_)^_^^^£l^:> zyT'^..ff..?. '/r;-7-^-r^'.-'7j -;.^r -- .-^ — ^^^ . ^^ . ^^ -: -i fv4«ii#air«MW^iiniB**ft/'-:i THAT ih« Pih» u disarinedTijtew terrora by Dr. Upharn' fj V ^f UWjEfeeiojIV. The great aeiwaunn whicr/lwSVrB<ftfi3lQWihe IMedicai Faculty, and thrbuRhoiri! rheeiinil«i T «drld; ISy ' iiie innouncement of Dr. Ophnm'^Bleiitfliry, tor the" .cure of; Pilw, (a diwaie that -ftii«rrf'«lt former medjc»l ireaimehi,) has lenled-doifBirttdtf UibrotigB confideace; llist il is a positUr arid speedy ciire in all caiea o£ Piles',eiiher>Bleedihi; or^Blind-.'Ejiernator Internal, and also for all Diseases ' of the -=tomach and; Bowels, such as Be»ere and habitual cosiiveneu. dyspepsis.iliver complnini, inflninmauon of the spleen, kidney*;!bladder, bowels, and spine; lilcora'ion of iho intestines; Bow of blood loihe head, &c.|; and for the-1 relief of imanied women.-r':,- . -. '. \<: «;.-. .' j • ...

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

Pennsylvania and ' •Buchanan, j ¦¦¦¦¦¦¦¦ !¦ ' DaHaerattc Tovmmp Meeting.; ;> ., , ¦ i¦< N important period i» fist approaching ' , when -_ £^' " it'beeom«t tfie boonden din^r of every' citiieii, baring the Velfere of his country at neajt, 'to,. ' ?*- .press *hia sentiments and; avitwlii8 chpice'- .fbr men wor thyind-capableorcoritrolirig'tBedeatinjesind common'weaTof-onrflonriBhing;'Republic.' ^ ' . ' . . ' . - It is a conceded fact that the true'sejitiments of Ae-ipeoplf are1 most ' coriiectfy1 obtaiiied^jBireo^h their primary-meetings , where• bne/aiul ^ Jatfy ujt reser* edlyexpress their views on the general policy of government, and delegate thfe power to such re?. presentatiyesM will-in good raith promote, theit general welfare,7 maintain thelionbr of their couriT ' try, and guard and protect the sacred altars of. jib^ litical and religious liberty. •' Theirefoi'ein view of the responsible trust of nraintarhib^' these grea^ principles1 , -we*'the undersigned...

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

Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, Snittmg Blood, Painin tl\e side, and breast, Sore Tnr6at,)Hoar .s)en. cs8,.Palpatatio)n of the Heart, Whooping Cough, Hives.Nervous •Tremors, Liror Complaint^ and . Diseased Kidneys, are radically cured, bjr Thompson 's Compound. Syrup of Tar and Wood Naptha. I LTHOUGH the gren'r' fetaltty of Pulmonary _£\_ \Diseases, at.this time shows\th»t ^ here" are particular cases that ^render still too\appli£sl>)e flic designation', approbia medicorum—the disgrace of physicians—to this call of diseases; and that there are stages in their progress, which having ^ once been reached, recovery-is doubtful. Still no one should despair.r The writings of physicians,: who havp given to {hese affections particular! attention, abound with many recorded cases of recovery when the patient bad reached a seeming hopeless stage ot the disease; and there is at this time, a remedy prepared in Philadelphia which has met with the most triumphant ao4 cheering success...

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

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

focftl jJntelltgmrc; Revenue Commissioner.—The conjmon-plfeas judgeshavc appointed Henry Haldeman, Esq.1 , of Conoy townnhip, the Revenue Commissioner for Lancaster county, under the act i /April 29, 1844. Mr. Haldeman is oue of our most intelligent and worthy citizens, and in peculiarly well qualified :for the discharge of this delicate and important trust. Militia Fines.—The clerk of the ' ?oounty Commissioners notifies the tax-collectors that the duplicates; of militia fines for the past year arefeadyjfor delivery in the commissioner's office. ; Zinc Ore.—Near the lead mine of Mr. Shenkj in this county, Dr. W. B. Fahnestock has discovered a large hody of Carbonate of Zinc, of which specimens: may be seen at his offico. By analysis, it is proved to contain upwards of 60 per cent of Zinc. Returned Yoi.ukteer.—Thomas R.Jordan,one of tlie young men who attached himself to the Cameron Guards and marched with that corps to Mexico, lias returned to his home in this city; having ...

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

County Court Proclamation. "TTTHEREAS, the Hon. ELLIS LEWIS, Prcsi-W dent,and Jacob Ghosh and EiHAWtJEL Schaeffer, Esq*rs., Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County of Lancaster, and Assistant Justices of the Court of .Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peacein and for the said County of Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me directed, requiring me, among other things to make Public Proclamation throughout my Bailiwick, that the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery: Also, a Court of General Quarter Sessions of Ihe Peace and Jail Delivery, will commence in the city of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the THIRD MONDAY OF JANUARY NEXT, 1848, in pursuance of which pre-PUBL1C NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, to the Mayor, Recorder, and Aldermen of the city of Lancaster, in the said county, and all the Justices of the Peace, the Coroner, Constables, of the. city and county of Lancaster-that...

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