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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Clicsipest In the World! STEAM REFINED SUGAR CANDIES, 12J cents per pound, wholesale. TJ. RIf llARDSON, No. -1-2 arket street, 9 Philadelphia, takes pleasure in informini; the public, that lie slill continues to sell his verv Superior Steam.Refined Candy at the*very low price of S12.&0 perHoO pounds, and tho quality is equal to any manufactured in the United Stales. He also offers all kinds of goods in the Confectionery and Fruit line at corresponding low prices, as quick sales and small profits are the order of the day. Call or send your orders, and you cannot fail to be satisiie.iJ. Don't forget the number, 42 Market street, Philadelphia. J. J. RICHARDSON. Phila. Feb. 29. IRIS. ' 3m-5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Cabinet Furniture. , H CLARK, Cabinet, Sofa-Chair, Sofa, and . Bedstead Manufactory, No. 143, South 2d street, Philadelphia. - . The advertiser respectfully invites the attention of the public to his store of CABINET FURNITURE, comprising, a variety of patterns of everv article known in the business, and -of the -latest style of finish, which he will sell at the lowest Cash prices. i Every article sold at this establishment warranted nf the best materials and workmanship. Philadelphia, Feb. 22. 4.Gin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

"Shall I &aVe "th'e goodness ' tp look at your newspaper one " moment^ ask«d Mrs: Partington at the; grocery store> K Certainly, my dear madam, with? the greatest reluctance possible," replied the grocer.. They exchanged- glances, and there was so much of thaaklulnegsiti her eye that he almost made .up his mind to subscribe for another paperibrJier express accommadatioh.—Boston Post.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Venetian Blinds. H ULfAKtt., Venetian Blind Manufacturer,No. , - 143, South 2d street , Philadel phia, has constantly on hand a large assortment of VENETIAN BLINDS , manufactured of the best materials , and by competent workmen, which he will sell, wholesale or retail, at the lowest cash prices. • Purchasers, desirous of a good article, are'invited to call and examine. Orders punctually attended to. [Philadelphia, Feb. 22, 1848—6m-4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

GREAT DKMOORATIO COUNTY MEETING. BITGHAIVAJV AT HOME! Entliuiiastle Roipomo to the Nomination* orthe Fourth of March Convention. GREAT SPEECH OF Q. W. BARTON! In pursuance oi previous public notice, one of the largest and most enthusiastic .political assemblages ever convened in the county of Lancaster, was held at the Court House, in the city of Lancaster, on Wednesday afternoon last, March 22, to respond to the nomination of JAMES BUCHANAN as the Democratic candidate for the next Presidency of the United States. This being the county, in which the distinguished nominee has for many years resided, from which he was five successive times elected to the Congrass of the United States, and in which, he first developed those great qualities of mind and character, that have subsequently rendered his name illustrious as one of lhe ablest Statesmen and purest Patriots of the age—his old frier ' acquaintances, and neighbors, turned out in large masses, to testify their continued d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

The Armed Force of I'su-I*. ' For several years past Louis Phillinpe has paid great attention to the fortifications and garrison of his capital; and so apparently efficient-has been his military organization* that his throne was considered impregnable. Even the London Times, that oracle among newspapers, expressed an opinion, after hostilities had been commenced, that the outbreak would l; tend to increase the strength of the Government, and expose the impudence of the opposition.' This reasoning was evidently based upon the known fact that nearly two hundred thousand troops were subject to "the King's order, and would, it was thought, carry his will into effect. That he might be mice certain of their aid in an hour of need, they were divided into three separate, independent divisions, between which a certain degree of rivalry was encouraged, though all were taught to cry "Vive le Roil" The Regular Army of France is raised b y ' conscription—a lottery in which every young man ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Another Letter from Taylor. We find in a Southern paper, another letter lrora General Taylor, in reply to a communication sent to liim by a committee appointed' to address him. by the Taylor mass meeting held in Montgomery, Alabama, on the 8th of January last. It is as follows:— Baton Rouge, La., Jan. 23, 1848. Gentlemen:—Your complimentary communication of the 10th inst, enclosing to me a copy ofthe preamble and resolution adopted on the Sth inst., by "a public meeting of ray fellow citizens, without distinction of party, in Montgomery, Alabama, has been received. For the high honor which they have been pleased to confer upon me by thus nominating me for the Presidency of the United States and for the very kind language in which they have Been fit to notice my past life and services, 1 beg you, as their representatives, to accept my profound acknowledgements, anil to asBure mv fellow-citizens who composed this meeting, thut 1 shall offer no active opposition to the use of my ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

LATER FROM MEXICO. The .Armistice signed—Capture of Tehualtaphan—One Hundred Mexicans Killed—Generals Worth and Pillow restored—ilferiniii Congress, no quorum. Augusta, March 20, 1848. The Overland Express brings New Orleans papers ofthe 2Uth iiBft, and an Extra Picayune*con-' taining later news from Mexico, brought by the arrival of the steamship Massachusetts, and the ship Danvers, from Vera Cruz. The dates are to the 12th inst. The armistice whieli has been signed, provides that the American troops are not to occupy any part of the country that is now in their possession. The collection of taxes is also to be suspended, except upon gambling houses, liquor shops, and places of amusement. It also stipulates that when an election is to be held in any place occupied bv the Americans that the troops are to withdraw out of the limits of the town until the election is over. There are a number of other articles gh ing the Mexicans the right of government. General Lane left the Capi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

yrrlst anil Scott Correspondenci 1 . The letters, diplomatic am! olluTwisr. ^ with which Commissioner Tiust ami lien Scott amused " lie tinnlher, (in tin1 advent of the foimi'r in Mexico, hnve been eunmmnii'iiti'il to Conin-oss.^uid are iiuw in L'tjui-M1 til'publk'ulimt In- tin.1 diiilv nr-w-tptijwis. Thoit t'sllrlup immUi will. Imwpvpi-. pn>-! viiiit ihi'ii- u|i|ii'ufulii'c In liuiiu unlit1 iui|thMi'hil!ii!> Wel'klii1 ?. Ini'llullHg-Mi' li'ur. mil' iiwii. Hill we. iln inn lij iin.v iiH'iiiisripaii'i ihi=: Oh jtn* I'liMiimy, I we ii ,r" fitllii'i- aliiil: llt'llif ini; iIh' I'liiiwi'li'f hi i iiiiF i'iiniili: y ill liiihn1 uiiil iiliiniiil, Tlittl 1111 =U'ii! Illiliiiivm Iliul I«M1 |ii'mii4lii lie lfli ! »illijw; l Ml llii" I, jllat 6|nw- - iinil' Iliii i|i<i:|i|'\i'il riilii' ill'V iyl InH'lail 1'iiiit't, mill to |in biiimiliilibiiii mill imiyhutl in liy ihn! iRIulliliniii nnil wi'll-lhiiikiim ul mirnwn I'-nniiiry-. iniui 'Flic mooting nl two gunlleiiiuii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Went. Col. Samuel W. Black. Probably there never rrmrched under the itar. iptuigled banner, a truer or a bolder heart, than the gallant Black, the Lieutenant Colonel of the fint Pennsylvania regiment. He ii well known oi one of tho moit remarkable men in toll State—i ¦pleodid ipealcer, and s flnlihed uholar. Hit career in Mexico hai realized tho cxpectitloni of hii irlendi, He hai been in the very heat and danger of tho strife, nnd has won imnerlthable laureli. Lieut. Col, Buck, in & letter to a Senator of the United States, thus olhidei to the course of the Federalists in Congress. His rebuke is dignified and severe: , j City or Mexico, February 12,1848. The treaty of Guadalaupe, it was universally believpd,*would be ratified by the Congress of Mexico, until the vote of the United States House of Representatives condemning the tear, was received, and with it news that the ten regiment bill was not likely to pass. If that bill had passed by adecided vote, and the war h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

fltttdUgenKt & Journal, ^ g. W. HUTTKR, EDITOR. "" • " .- ' " FOR PRESIDENT, ~ JAMES BUCHANAN OF PENNSYLVANIA.-[Bubjict to Ihl (tofilon of a National Convention,] ' " • ' ¦ " ^HIMBHH r " ' i . TO* CABAL COXKHIIOrlXX, .- '- ISRAEL PAINTER, JR., OT VrtaTHOBELAXD C0U.1TT. Democratic Electoral Ticket. - ' SiVAToniAL Delegates. . • WILLIAM BIGLER, of Clear/Uld. , DAVID D. WAGENER, of Northampton. RlPEEIENTATIVX ElICTORI. Diit.' Diat. , 1. HfcKKY L. Behkeb, 13. Joi» C. Kiwo, Z. Hobm R. KireASS, 14. Johw Weidmah, 3. Isaac Shuhk, 15. Robert J. Fisheb, 4. A. L; RobMFOHT, 16. Fbedekick Smith, 6. Jacob S. Yost, 17. Johm Cbeswell, 6. Robeet E. Wbioht, 18. Chables A. Black, 7. Wh. W. Dowkikg, 19. Geo. W. Bowman, 8. JJeitbt: Haldeman, 20. Joh5 R. Shannon, 9., 'Peteb Kunx, 21. Geo. P. Hamilton, 10.1 B. S. Schoonover, 22. William S. Davis, ll.: Wm. Swetland, 23. Timothy Ives, 12. Jonah! Bbewsteb. 24. Jos. G. Campbell.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Democratic National Convention. The Democrats of the Charlestown District, Massachusetts, have chosen FREnEHrcs Robinson, of Charlestown, delegate to the National Convention. The Democratic Electors of the Congressional District composed of Washington' , Hancock, and Arostook counties, Maine, have selected as delegate to the National Convention, SiiEPARn Caret, of Houlton. At a Democratic State Convention for Louisiana, the following delegates to the National Convention were chosen: At large : Dr. T. W. Scott, T. J. Harmason. First District—John Slidell, Emile La Sere, W. H. Wilder, P. Augustin. Second District—Dr. Crockett, Samuel Locke, Clark Woodruff, W; S. Kendall, G. W Palfrey, W. K. Styles, Edmund Randolph, J. N. Carrigan. Third District—J C. Beattie, John E. Labranche, T. M. Williams, James S. McFarland, W. C. S. Ventre'ss, James J. Pugh, Gustave Lcroy, Thos. L. Randall. Fourth District—^Augustin Duplantier, D. J. Fluker, Dr. F. M. Henford, W. B. Robertson, Zenon Ledeau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Voice of the People., It was peculiarly proper that the first meeting in Pennsylvania, in response to the nomination of Ja-mes Buchanan, for the Presidency, should be ' held in Lancaster county—his home—the theatre of his early popularity and fame. Never has a ¦duty been discharged with more spirit bnd alacrity. From every quarter of the county there were those present who have never faltered in the Good CauEe. and upon wriose strong arms and stout hearts our principles have ever depended. The Democracy of this county, albeit in a fearful minority, are made of:st,ern stuff, and are ever ready to face the foe. without the hope of any other reward than the consciousness of well-spent duty. If their own great Buchanan be selected at Baltimore, the valleys and hills of the old Keystone will ring with ^ rejoicing, and the promise to carry her Electoral vote b y an old-fashioned Jackson majority will be gloriously redeemed. Ol this we would seek no better proof than the meeting of W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Mr. SIidcII'3 Instructions. We had marked for publication, this week, the letter of Mr. Buchanan. Secretary of State, to Mr. Slidell, the American Minister to Mexico, written in November, 1S-15, before the occurrence or actual hostilities between the two countries, and when it was the general belief that the question of boundary and claims would be amicably adjusted. We .regret, however, that a press of Jollier matter .has crowded the despatch out for the present.— Like Mr. Buchanan's celebrated reply toMrJl'ArK-¦ENnAjt on the Oregon question, it is a production of extraordinary power, and places the American ground of the controversy in a light so clear and unquestionable, as to defy the utmost political sophistry to gainsay or refute. The Mexican War from first to last, has not, in our opinion, elicited a State Paper of such luminous and commanding ability, and we would feel defilect in duty, if we did not furnish it entire tothc reading public of Lancaster county. . • ' •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Tho Ball in Motion. The Betlfint Oattltc contain! 11 call for a Democratic Man Mooting, to be Kolden in that town on (he evening of the nppronchlng April court, for the purpoio of reiponding to the. nomination! of Buciiaiuh and 1'ii.iTiii, Tht Qaxtttt layi: Tin Phiidiroy,—Ponniylvaniahavlng deolared In ftvor of Mr. Suehants for the Prcildenoy, hli proipeeti of a nomination bilbro the National Convention aro dully becoming brightera feet which cannot All to ttrlke tho attention of the moit carnal obierver. There li now but one voice and one ¦eminent In i our ranki, and that li a cordial and cheerful acquiescence in the action of the 4th of March Convention, which unanimously placed Mr, Buchanan before tho Nation a« a candidate of the Keystone State, and if his claims are urged, ai we believe they will be, at Baltimore, we have no reason to doubt but that lie will be our standard bearer in tho grand contest of next November. If nominated, hi» election is certain. The Democratic ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

\\r' There hit a great mnny persons who an1 : not surprised " nt the overttu-ti in Pnuii'i1 . whn : «tUu'iin\t^r' juM tin* \Uhitis tUut lu\\i* ruhit* U> |l1S5;=llltlt'l'd Will) Call EllV " I llihl yilil ell. " lilli Ihl- tute {idHi "we ah- IVcf hi Winli'ss" 1li:tl \\i> iliil hut t'*|iwt iiny wifli hew-!! hv tin' t'lithlii'iili iiii.v II M I! M Illilh \VI< Illlllll'll ll'l till' i I ¦ 11) li I')! l||| Hi ): •' 1 i' MllllH'l 1 ill Mllllil'll: Willllllll ilH .V |l||||||i|l!ll|- ll'l: iiiii'iiiiini I ' m- liniija I'liilhinii'i w likii tin' ri'-'i iii Ihn uhiIiI, |,,id tn iimiili riuiii,I,iih ii in ihu en ' U'inly mill liliuNlriljfu nl ' Ihu I'Viuirh rh.ir.uii i, H'.il \\y did iwl n.\|iui| him mid hit miiiisiry t,i iliivn Tniis, wliii-h is I'Vliirr, In Hidden iln.->j><tr.iliou, ulld ill muij i.i-]. iiiunii'iil tu puril hi.-, thump uiul his dynasty. Hut \cliul repulilinin run regret thai lie has done so, and udded uiiullior in the follies of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Electors for President. The following table of the number of Electoral votes to which each State will be entitled at the ensuing election, will be useful for frequent reference during the campaign: ' Maine, 9 Alabama, 9 New Hampshire, 6 Mississippi, * 6 Vermont, G Ohio, 23 Massachusetts, 12 Louisiana, 6 Rhode Island, 4 Kentucky, 12 Connecticut, 6 Tennessee, 13 New York, 36 Indiana,' 12 Xew Jersey, 7 Illinois, 9 Pennsylvania, ' 26 Missouri, 7 Delaware, 3 Arkansas, 3 Maryland, 8 Michigan, 5 Virginia, 17 Florida, 3 North Carolina, ' 11 Texas, 4 South Carolina, 9 Iowa, - 4 Georgia, 10 Total, 286 To ^ the above, in all likelihood, will be added Wisconsin, with four votes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

A High Honor. To the Democratic Meeting held in this city, on Wednesday last, belongs the honor, that it was the first in the State to express its approbation of, and sympathy with, the movements of the re^glutionists in France. Well, too, was the resolution received by the meeting. Locis Philippe himself, had he been present, could not have failed to pe rceive that Public Opinion was against him, and to have, "come down," in the presence of Captain Scott, if he had any respect left for his character Jt was, in all seriousness, such a demonstration as well proved that the efforts in behalf of Liberty meet with a hearty response from Democrats, no matter in what quarter of the world they tire witnessed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Virginia. The resolution by which the Whig State Convention nominated Taylor was adopted 8G to 17. The Richmond Enquirer says—" Not one cheer was sent up for Old Zac, nor for whig "principles"—and aa the crowd issued forth from the African church in " sadness and sorrow,3 ' they presented^he appear ' anoe of a funeral procea-Bion, bewailing broken hopes and fortunes. The bitterest feeling was manifested by the Clay men—and the great whig party in Virginia is in the midst of " rain " and discomfiture. The seeds ofdissention have been deeply laid by the " premature" actors—and the democrats are in the highest spirits, confident of a victory for themselves and their glorious.principles, which they are not ashamed but proud to avow to the world. We have not only the numbers, but the moral prestige of position, which will give us the victory. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 28 March 1848

Fatal Affray. We learn that on Sunday morning last two of the inmates of the Lancaster County poor-house, named Tre. go and Smith, became involved in a scuttle, when the former drew from his pocket a large barlow-knife, with which he inflicted on the latter a Eeries of stabs, from the effects of which he died before medical attendance could be procured from the ci ty. Both the belligerents were insane, and for this reason confined in the poorhouse. It is proper to state that the knife, with which the wound was inflicted, was clandestinely obtained by Trego. so that no blame can attach to the overseer.

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