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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

" The cry tn still they come. " JUST received GOpieces of those splendid French and English Plaids so much worn for Ladies Pall and Winier Dresses. At the Bee Hive, North Queen street. ' CHAS. E. WENTZ & BRO oci 19 38

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

Daniel FaKnu. Bfnrble Itttuon. ¦f\tiB staridj ffpfth Queen street, west side, be- ' \f tween the rallrond mid post Bfflee. Ornimeutal; mid Plain Mantels, Monuments, Ttmius, fee, eieeuted to order at the lowest prlees. Lettering dene in Engllah' or (lefinan. ¦ . (no* 9=40

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

1847. No. SO. i 1 00 bbls. (1 and i barrels) New Mackerel, receiv-X ed and now selling off at the lowest prices aj No. 80, North Queen street, 2 squares from the Court House,'and Immediately under the Museum, by t««!tt7-aa.3m1 PtNKERTON & BMELTZ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

IManeN, ; T UNT reeeived a Hill supply of planes, eoniiBting y ol' G. W, Uiifijeiilet's and Paet§ry pUnea, nnd tnr pale at reduued prices by ; jnn 90=69 . STEINMAN Si SON ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

B^k^^^g^B^^^^^^B^^^^bBg^S^^^^^^^^S^^^^^hkuS^B^fl^^E^^^^^^F|S^^^^^^B^^B^B^^^RS^S^9^^^n^^BU^^^^^^^^^^^^2u^ ¦** ¦ ¦ ¦fi"*rT ^rtlg^ ,— *~ PP* Hi ''' ™m Imws < 4MPHPlK.coi >ta ">s ao sn wsF*^ J&.lficKisiSrpal few^uads. All thtolTSenaton am! Representatives m1 Congress award to liim this praise , and KgKC«ba ,t they cannot have the falWfitnf Jiwrawwrtw .~The,i5 MMtv u*WGrtfc4ew tunes its cost for iti legislative reports alone Trk Skcbstabt of Stats.—A correspondent of the Harrisburg Unvn, at Washington, in speaking of the President' s Cabinet, says that JMj, Bi-cnjutax' s place has been any thing but a sinecure for the last year. - * Indeed his labors remind me very jnuchot thnee.of, ,Mr. Mos«.OB,4unn~the-n-ar of 1812 his time, is so incessantly taken up as to scarcely allow of the necessary repose, mndi less> recreation. You can form no idea of the arduous (iiities imposed by the State Department during the present juncture, ami }ct . the incumbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

wa^^^^^^^^^ pj^q^^^B^nK^^^MHf^a^^^^^^^MM^^^^Uw^^ft^^USSHS^S^HS^ HBBIfjIfB^^^^^^^ i I'^.'^^PW^HPOI^T'**^^^' TSj^^J^B^HSPSi»Bj^M^P^ I NW^iDee tfosraf Oemtrn^SSiens of the ttro-BJfegl^g^i^ SB^ * $!&!?*& I EJon^^^W^Jp^ E:Jt##; #^ Vice ^ttiioU*— John Whitende and 1 Robert] J«cJtspB7-of G«Ier»in—D»nd Clendeiun and John-HijeijOfiattTeBntain—-Col. Samuel Morrison and I William Phillips, of Drumore. 'Tmm&dmt& ^ ^mviTiii.y'st "8fgs?£ ? ^eob L. Kirk and Robert B. Patterson, of Little ntttaiii. "*" ^ Oa motion, James Barnes, and Richard Edwards, Df Drumore, and Robert Patterson, of Little Britain, Aejfc a{%onited|to select a, {ojnqnttoe ojiresolStions. wfio^orW-the follovwng * * i^ jiommMa m Resolutions-—John M'SparraBiSaji-3Siafieifllough, Elias flam^raBOolTirrrafings of Drumsre—Janes PattersonJ)a<ud H. feecli, Ephnflm'BJacVburnund William Hayfes,jrfoflmlc Britain. The committee having retired for some time reported the following resolution*, whuh w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

^^E vl ^^ S^* ' ]3PltfHRcP"& nIIA > Jan. * , 1848. ¦HcHKnjyMUgl&id second number* of Urn &i$m&%i?W$wz' with much pfe"™"- mnmfa<m^f Wtm Jmt e *a ^ e &om mVcmtotW'sl&hJ, i^ge^ouiMtemporanly ^fey^Bsnttent^YoBr^ijafer is . evidence that ^^^9m abaos pliere^Washington bxs hid no Mwpfe ¦ mtB-ji^^^S t you are an exception to tj|j| rule which, in this -case, I am sorry to Bay, is too^general. Your present habitation) how over, 48 not exempt from the simoon influence already ad-*eted.4a£ ba^Mn-TaibgitMHr, yon are anrronnded by anoblc hearted and unconquerable DeniocracY; by men, every man, young- and old, a veteran—i Democracy which has never faltered, never wavered, but, like our noble, sel&Bacnficuuj volunteers on the bloody fields ofMeiico, stood undaunted by superior numbers, and, from >ear to year, met the legions of domestic Mexicans rath increased strength and renewed leaf, With such a people to rail) ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

¦^^^^^a^^-^^^^^B ^^^p^^^^^^^^^^^B j^a^a^^M^U^^^B^^^^B^BB^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^BBa^B^^^^aa^BHa^B^^B^BI^n^^B^^^^ ^.^^rTsWuBMHll^RGIIIMK-^JS^ . ^* * & y^: ^^^a ^^^^' ^m K£$j*^H| "I'sP"*^ "^^ ^^SlBPSri^?™* *Vp^' *¦ JwOT ^^^^E^fl Eli iMTT'iii nil ''^ tMfa >HiW I iui i llln »r| E^^Hp^flj^£^^H^HP^^HKcs9HB@^^^pi Hs^8k^^^^^^« ¦^^S^^F^^^N'K education: ana intelligence over ignorance antf baTDurism. See the results brought about by-lie war between England- and China. Who would haw^nTT«rAAat,-(mthi^n]i t i.s«iiiilni:th«<i|«iiui trade, England flould have rashly ventured, io declare war against three ' millions ^ of people, and would have been able to prosecute ' it to a siiccessftil issue1 And jet we see the wonderful results of ifcatwar m the abandonfnait^f the juwfinteicoaVsc pohcy which for centuries has been tne settled p<>Ucj!^^Ciua*wlEe*«ae»,tFeati£»anarle-b yrtD«i» with Christian pohers, and m the course of tune that wonderful and populous count...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

S^'S^'S^'S^'S^'S^'S^'S^'S^'S^'^P>^^'^'E^ >^'^'^^'S^'^^'^H>ft^^' L^^.h^^"3^^^^B^MSBB^'fe^^K^^M^''HS^^^B3^^^*^BB^BBB^^^B^^BH^SfeBB^BMKB v^^^^ Bmg BBESSmkS&S^^^^^ ¥>*s*xF»rWWivm&j «feaW ff!rthTgtott«ttfen^«^p «|n^to SiBS^CS.ltf^SH 6e»,&ere>sfidals doomf^to^tal disfranchisement, extending even to theTpS&of all the local mumcipal ofBceo. The right of suffrage there is xt«Mih^ » wju y «dw iuly* l>y ' A*m|e fli | 1| rt '>i WWj " : n) matter how, have contrivai to seenre the title deeds to a few dumb* acres or to a pile of -nncon.-scious brick and mortar Where 'There is a privileged class, there exists al»o a proscribed clasp, f jpr this is a consequence as inevitable as tDffWo mountains create a valley. The merit of the favored dasBwronanrts m-tlse' -possession of*rHrfV ment deeds and stocks and ltena, whilst the demerit of the other class consists in an unfo*ctunate predisposition to humble and unpreten...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

Dinner to Shields and Ouitman. 'fhere was sonic capital speaking: nt the Entertainment in honor of these two gallant soldiers. Mr. Buchanax spoke in reply to a regular toist to ' the heads of the Department: ; ! Me. Phesidest : This honor, I assure yonis entirely unexpected. I think I am coming before my betters. (Laughter) Speeches should first be made, by the distinguished gentlemen vtho are your guests rather than,by the humble civilian before yon. But I confess that I feel very much gratified at the honor you have conferred upon me j and, as brevity u the very soul of wit, and as there are 'many more distinguished,speakers here than I am, I shall1 offer but a few remarks. " ' " I " I rejoice to meet our distinguished guests, j (Applause.) The heart of every true American imost swell with gratitude for the honor which they Shave conferred upon their " country. (Great appl&us^.) I have had occasion to^know—and God forbid that I should.say a word here that could be....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

Speaker of the Hou.se. . We congratulate the democratic members of the popular branch of the State Legislature, not less than the constituency at largo, upon the judicious selection ol Speaker.. In Gen. Wjllum F. Packed, they have secured a presiding officer, who possesses ever}- quality of mind and character demanded by the post, and whose administration of its many grave and responsible duties, we are persuaded, will be such as to reflect honor and dignity upon the body itself. To Gen. Packeh ]>ersonally it conveys much more than an ordinary tribute, as he is a ncio member, and has never before, we believe, held a seat in a legislative assembly. We doubt whether a similar instance is on record, and' hence the testimonial is the more flattering to the character and talents of the new Speaker. ' " We give below the Address of Gen. Packer, on assuming the duties of the chair, decidedly the best production of the kind we can call to remembrance. It is not less distinguish...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

Winter! " Humanity I Delightful tale ! Whilst we feel the winter gale, May the Cit in ermin'd coat Incline the ear to sorrow ' s note. , And where, with Misery 'BWeightopprese't , A fellow sits a shivering guest, | Full ample let our bountv flow j To soothe the bosom chiil'd by woe.' ; In town or vale, Where ' er the tale Of real grief unfolded is, Oh may we give The means to live To those who know how cold it is. " The rigors of the winter now 'begin to be felt, as the rude blasts of Boreas are whistling around our dwellings. Soon the lanes and by-roads will most likely be filled up with drifted snow, and an effectual embargo will be laid upon the intercourse between city and country. Then will come up from the dwellings of the poor the appalling cry of a scarcity of fuel, and tender mothers and innocent children will crowd together in groupos, shivering, with no protection against the pinching inclemency of the weather. That suffering of this kind abounds in all thickly popu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

MlfAin County fpr Buchanan. In pursuance of a cull of the regular County Comuiiltee, a large number of the Democrats of Mirtlin county met in County meeting at the townhall, in the borou|,'h of T.cwi»U)\vu, on Monday evening. Jmuury " J, 1S-1S, for the purpose of electing delegates to represent Slifflin county in the lth of March Convention. Jons Hssnr of Brown was chosen Chairman, assisted by numerous Vice Presidents and Secretaries, i The meeting was ably and; eloquently addressed by Mr. Gallowit of Fiiyette county, Ji.mls J. Killt, Ksq,, and Col. Kphhiim-Banks. A committee, consisting of twenty-three, was appointed, to report reaolutioa*- for the consideration of the meeling, who, by their Chairman, Dr. G. V. Mitpiikll, reported the following, (among others,) which were unanimously adopted: ' Resolved, That we have undimlniahed confidence in our worthy Chief Magistrate, Jas. K. Polk, and that the foreign and domestic policy adopted by him meets our entire approbation, and w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

From [lie Penn^ylvatiian Jan. G. Primary Elections in Philadelphia We announced on Tuesday morning that the result of the delegate elections in this cit y, on Monday evening, wus tho choice of thirly-eight ' delegates friendly to Buchanan, and forty-seven friendly to Dallas—Pine ward having gone for the latter b y two votes, and New Market lor the fdrmef by two voids. Oh! bettiocratlc Upper fieleware gave the 1'rienita of Mr. Ducluitiati a ,majority of over ohe hundred, atltl Jfarth WUrd Went 111 tile siililtt tlireclliiii by tiboutthe bomb ttiitMir)', North Mulberry tt-eilUbr lll« frleilds of DuIIHs tl^UverahuHllHkl mttjttrity> WlSnllnuSta Ihesft nlaMrWes for the p-inpse ur slwwliig the tlleeetlnn ar iwBiilUr BtiHtlutmit, us well as to mack the activity of the emu lest, Wllllill lifts resulted Itl 11 UialttUir lhat llttM's Illllt UHtll Sect tills Bf till! HilftV IlllVe (jtjutl MSUIl til l«< 111-1*1111 1)1 tlielf fttrlJIitth Iii tiii! .«{iiiii}.yi tltu Miff multw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

, Fourth of March Convention. The greatest activity now pervades the Deinorwtic ranks in this State, in the work of electing delegates to the Slate Convention, which is to ass*;mble on the 4th of March next, at Harrisburg. I'pon that body will devolve, not only the nomination of a candidate for Canal Commissioner, but :-.lko the more important duty of designating, by i he choice of delegates to the National Convention, ihe. preference of Pennsylvania ou the great question "1 "; the next Presidency. It is this latter issue which imparts to the expressions of the different counties such a high degree of interest. No: attentive observer of public sentiment need uuy longer doubt " as to the aggregate, result of these primary assemblages. In the expressions which preceded the presidential nomination of 18-1-4. the Democracy of Pennsylvania rallied around JAMES BCCHANAN as the man, whom, above all others, they preferred to lead them to victory, and they occupy the same proud platfor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

^^PHSHWIE^ • m -^teMaasiHIaini^ fc»- s&zQpsig&s sSEBB^mzP^ i!*** *• +' ¦ ¦¦¦ .JiiHi^MB^MfeL^mfc-^ ? JAM^3HO; isui, ^ <«. j^^^ toJj^^C-r Lancaster, Jaia&gEfr, 184ft. -ffiFi^ffillSy-ia Seff^arSf^^^^r im Philadelphia, '•Comstogd," wffitb^ptejjb&totsm thanks for his first favor BarriP frhif<rtgjBBf nt8 [to the Editor, which are scarcely meritaJjBBTetter is capital , We^hope to be favored wfffiK^a few him of ,4e same sort" '^-|t IDrOwing-todisappourtrnentmttereSgrtof a supply of paper, necessity compel* u> to'^SeJbat which is of inferior quality We are sonjrtbrthis, but cannot avoid it. > g; Mr We are under obligations to M«*M«jBrawley and A. Herr Smith of the Senate, M&||&pi. Fege-Jy, Eihleman and Stabbs of -^h* :^^mMvOf RepresentatiT . ei, for valuable.favors?.' ' ¦jj|jr >" ' ¦: I CT The communic»tio»^^yi?ral valuable correspondenuhave been raJ^fflSbly crowded ou t. ¦ • • ¦ '- "V-jjy -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

Jackson Democratic Association. : - TKis ia the associated title of a corps of energetic and efficient Democrats in Washington city, who have combined for the laudable object of co-operating'with their brethren of the Slates in the promulgation and defence of sound republican principles. lAlthough excluded by their location and by the Royal Charter of the metropolis from the inestimable Uight of Suffrage, they cheriBh a lively interest In the success of tlie uocttuir-9 taught ahn p*tcti!*d by the g«at tttid good JACKSON") whose riivcml Harne the assBciitltJIl beafHi The ' efilbten ey Bf' Its Befvta wetb u-e . ll attestftl la the tttiiittalgn nf itWii AvheH Meml'lBM mare thuH ever uumasked its HiaMiitfBUB vUbpi tuid urnler the leuiler: ohtji af Mfi t?Li* made Biieh a leiirful tmf ta Hihjiipti! tlie huueil multitiule w the vuke af tin1 iirtnil m\ lu\mm\ Imvi I'teiii iw t|uw-tuf did tht) l^meefuwll eFl^-P mafe «ibitHnti«l iifmiiuiliy thmi If am Hits AisDelatlfliii whait! mt%\tt w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

Cambria County for Buchanan! One pf tlie largest and most enthusiastic meet ings* e*er teld in Qsfb&na fajunfv, conv€o*d ' sit iBc. Court H&we' in Ebenseurgf oh Tuesday merung ?SS5i.~ Y*^£Mj£?JSA PS!L l £&$3BiZk ted Uemucratic sheet, the "Mountain Sentinel" A^oasw Dotfouoai presided, assisted by numerou3 Vice Presidents and Secretaries The speakers were ThomaB C JPDowel Esa . , CoL Joseph M Donald, Dr. William A. South, John S Rhej, Esq, Major Pott^ and others Thomas C M Dow el, Esq., reported the'following resolutions, whuh Were adopted hy accfamatjon: | Resolved, That every consideration of policy and propriety on part of the democracy of the country in our opinion, points in an eminent degree to1 that .diatinguuhed and illustrious Statesman, the Bon. James Buchanan as the candidate of the Demrcratic party, for President in 1848-^-as the man for tho criiis—pouessihg as ho does, all the necessary requisites in himnelf, to carry dismay and discomfiture ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

ittrThn fiilUiwinu l« » li»l nl' (irmiil Jurnri, fut tlio Pmrrt of QUarter Bp««|nn«—In cnnimenoe on M»nrt»yJ[*«iwry.t ni (8-ififi Iiiiin nwtr. pliyi I l'Wl,"*n'i ><N| r h\\\\\ Bm' iMmiWii .4, M.l{i«KiHii(t, B. llnn»|»l, IMiilinDomiiinhy. Onlfriiln, J. Julnii, Uiirior l.oimoi k, hi Kvniii, nnunnra, ,1, Kiiiiik, Mmiiil Jny. W.a.Kiviiii, I.IHIb Hrlmln, Duvlil Nniunnn. uiiy, J. p Elwr»ol«, W, lluiiuiil, Jncnli NtfT. jr. HiMiburf, M»rini arelil^r. \V-l.nmp Amur SlutiUj, Fuliort Ua«oarafl"K Winiicier, nhiiifltmti*. ritrasbwi, William Hllilon, rulion. I«»»e Spreclnr, Bull, II A.IIngellllobler, W.ll'p. JuIiiiM. Sum my, Pmin, Jiueph tionl,Bnnlio, II. Suluharti. K Dnn. til, John lloilellBr, lUuilielm, Uenj Wllmer, VV, Umpeier. : ¦ ¦ !. . petit juroks: Natlun Blakefulion lleurj KRjter.Kipho, Samuel Brlcker, Warwick, Georje Kready, H»pno, Jar. Brnhakir. VV Cocallco, UlirMiin Koller, Manor, Geo G BciuhManor, ' .' R Lonj, B llempfleld, - Uavid Uriekcr . Pcniii ttatnael l^p|&gt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 11 January 1848

<» Oovermri Heuage. The r tsiftrjjJtFBndihuj admirable State Paper entuwe^tSftllt page. Its brevity alone should ftSBreit an attentive and general [perusal. But it has many other sterling qualities to commend it to public favor. Its doctrines on the subject of moliopoliei would reflect credit on Wiuui I.iooitt tliftiself, were that diitihgulihed disciple of Democracy still living. Corporations—those artful contrivances of the non-producing class—find no favor in the eyes of the author of this message. Native genius and unfettered industry have no firmer friend. The Governor'! anathema against the socalled relief issues Hs_ peculiarly forcible and emphatic. '• This currency," he says,; " hud its origin ill an evasion of the Constitution, and might to be Uutttd out nf remembrance.? Admirable sentiment, worthy of the age and of the man 1 May the I.oginluturc bo unlimited by a like spirit, and never rl'nt until the last vestige of this base compound is brought under the ban...

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