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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

Freacli nerliiocs. JUST.opened ali the desirable shades of Ihnsc splendid THYBET CLOTHS so much in de nmnd at prepenl lor cloaks and dresses—warranleH froid llie celebrated faclory ol' Lupens & Co. 4i the ¦ . BEE HIVE. i North Queen ureci "« 10 , 38

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

Rlcli Terkeiii Shawls. JUST opened SO of; the most superb Terkerr Shauip, direct from New York, at various prices, at ledsi 00 per cent lower than the samr qunlity and styles haa ever been sold in. this citv. At The . BEE HIVE, ' *10 doors Norih of the post Office N. Queen si. oct 19 ' • 28

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

•• The cry U still they come. '' TUS r received 60piecea of those pplendidFrencli tJ nnd English Pluids so much worn for Ladief Fall and Winter Dresses. At the Bee Hive, Nonl Queen street. CHA'S. E VVENTZ & BRO ¦ oci 19 ¦ ¦ .- ¦ ¦ . 3ft

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

Planes. XUST received aiMl supply of planes, coheistinp fj of E. W. Carpenter's and Factory planes, and for sale at reduced prices by jan 26-52 • ¦ ' - STEINMAN & SON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

Philadelphia Adver tisements, V. B. Palmek, agent, Third axd Chibijdt Sts. gi . ..^ 1 '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

TrenUeat^S^^t Message. Ad extraordinary proceeding has taken p lace in Congress A resolution wa»-sdoplfd, on the 4th instant, by thfr ftonit of ^tp i^enuhv^a, requesting the President to -communicate copies of the papen rel&tpig-£Mhe return of Sakta \.im and Pa^ims tOjiMJE|pi8! So fsr. a3 the call related to the &>r^S«>j5BBSwa» wholly superfluous, for the rea-WM^jlwt the President had previously, in his annual s&fks&agi of 1846, furnished a roll and satisfactory detiul of every circumstance and argument which led to 'the order to Commodore Coxxi* not to obstruct his return That message is accessible to every one, and to it we refer for a perfect understanding of tins much misrepresented transaction. Let any man read the President' * reasons for this 7-tep, there contained, and his must be a*greateil than Bopti&n Stupidity that cannot' comprehend them, or comprehending, an incurable Prejudice, that persists in declaring thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

OM» Mate CoMveatlen. The Democratic State Convention' which convened at Columbus on the 8th instant, by a \ote of ?3t^^2, -* nominatebr-GeneraI TCtwis' Cam ' oT Miehigan,~fi>r the next Presidency of tfa« Umted States. Tlus is a nattering compliment to thit distinguished Statesman, and well merited. I n the Senate of the United States, pe Administration had had no truer or abler-champion th«n General Casb He "ts, bfeide-, the warm friend and ad mirer of ^ bu? grwt 5n3 gooof Bcculi: fA ^" the< " iSior ite candidate of Pennsylvania. ;Tbe,nialnes of two ' such men can never be conducted in any other than a mendlj spirit, free Irom the acrimony and bitterne^ which «o freqiienlly actuate lesser minds.. The same convention with great unanimity; have also nominated that favorite Democrat, Jqhx B. Weli^b, as the candidate of the Ohio Democracy for the office of Governor. CoL Wbller formerly served with much distinction in Congress, and commanded a regiment of Ohio troops ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

From our Philadelphia Comspoudenl. Piuladelphia, Jan. 15, 1848. The friends of General Taylor held a meeting in the Chinese Museum on Saturday night last, which was very largely attended. The Native faction, now on.its last legs, seemed to take charge of the proceedings, furnishing the principal speaker, and the preamble and resolutions. The noble old Genera] may well exclaim, in view of this fact; " Save me from my friends,* ' for no man can carry the odium of Nativism without siklng under the load. The leading federalists in this city stand aloof from the Tayloh. movement, waiting with illy concealed impatience for some fortuitous event to rescue their idol, the '-Mill-boy of the Slashes,'* from the perils that now seem about to overwhelm him. I detest their political notions, but admire their steady and unchanging devotion to their favorite. Through evil and good report, in sunshine and in storm, their attachment has known no abatement. How is it, Mr. Editor, that the feder...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

fiDffOKt&X. BREVITIES.'- - ^ lirATK Cosvsjrrioxs.—The Democratic Stuto Con\eation of Virginia will assemble at Richmond ou the 58th of February, to elect delegates to the National Com entioii A State Comention. - will be held on the2d of February, at Montgomery-, Al: bama, for the same purpose K7*Thomsih L Wilson Esq, has been re-aipointed Secrctarj ot the Board ot Canal Coinim* iioners, in which office ho has the benefit of lonit experience. Dj - Horece Gredey, ot the New lock 2>i6k*, has published a" Whig Almanac "jforl&isjtrhich is said to contain, ain6ng;other matters, "the usual calculations." What jthese are, the public well understand. They mostly yigiire out events which never corne to pass, ami {hose, who put their trust in them reap only disappointment. They -are, however, the right kind of;material for an almanac. !D-Col. C. F- Jackson, despatched by .the citizens of Reading to bring/home the reinainsrof the lamented Lieut William Wunder, from...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

'"n^tiaww^W ^*" J$fe&0ftfei™*/ 151848. Toe I*jmSi«^Srawng wrtb the public ^StoMa m^^eM s««on m% Wcte kTh ?^&fSF&v> eeem "" lr«fwn | iglmmfeable "^t^J legislate for the good 9 ||whji*o rninwii g2ft) and not, aa has too IjM pentlpbeen ^plng«^En^eir away their tirotSn senseless harangues. By a vote of 54 yeas,^! nays, the House of Representatives decided.on Wednesday last, to open its-fiunre-aesuonB.with, prayer. Accordingly, on the following morning, a fervent appeal to the Throne of Grace was delivered from the Speaker * stand bv Rev. W. R. Dx Witt. This is the first Legislature in this State, to ray knowledge, that has employed a Chaplain. The Canal Board for the current year ia now duly organised, Judge Longstketh, the new commissioner, hawng been sworn m on Tuesday Mr Buxhs, being the oldest member of the board, was elected President, and Thomas L. Wilson, Esq., re-elected Clerk. Messrs. Burns and Power havt ttarted for Lewistown, thence to mak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

for the LanciBtcr lnltlUgenct-r. Tavern Hceuses. It will perhaps be jiretty generally conceded, by observing and reflecting persons, that one: of the greatest evils in any community;, is an ill-kept public house or tavern. Such, a house is a source of evil of various kind.-, and if it have been in operation /or any length of time, has jhad the honor of carrying anguish and sorro\v" to the heart of more than one deserving wife, parent and chilli; and perhaps of helping, to send to an untimely: grave, more than one person who. hid !ibr it, might have been long a; resjiected and useful member of society. 'lliese things being so, it has frequently been lo me a matter of surprise, that- even, persons generally acknowledged, on account of;i)ie character, of their habits and principles,' to: be" unfit'to'keep 1 a public house, should have so little difficulty, in getting the requisite number of signatures to their applications; and especially that among ibe signatures to their applic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

C'aptain George Nauman, I at 4rIIIlery, V. S. Army. This gallant officer is a native of this city, and for ihe last twenty-five yearn and upwards, has been artivply engaged in service. He is a graduate of the Military Academy at West Point, where he took some of the highest honors of his class , and immediately after entered the army as a supernumerary subaltern.' At the commencement of the Florida War, being in command of a company of Artillery, he was ordered to report his company to General Kustis for service. This he did early in February! 1836, and was thereupon assigned to the performance of most arduous and dangerous duties. "Participating in nearly all the important battles of the Peninsula, he was especially recommended for= gallantry-of conduct, at " the Battle of the Wahoo," by Gov. Call, in hia official report to the War Department. During a period of nearly three years, Capt. Nau—man continued to be actively engaged in that protracted and bloody war, at one time a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

-I ipVWWnaMFlSIWHIMb I gggfiamaan Cbtrsmv—Tbe Bomentie County f ^^eo twto metjui Fittshrrg; on the 12A-iMt«tt, [ t^nnanunoDslf, instructing©delega^gn raS j L»x^«s CeosTT—The proceedings of the , Democracy of this county «re contained on die outer page of tiis paper. -They are ably drawn, i £Sa reHecrcrSti^aKre on " iheTieaVr*ana -fiearfoT their arrthor W. S. Murray and Cyrus Carmeny are the delegates, recommended to «upport Jaxxs Bdcrasait. Cabbov r Cop<(rT —\i the Democratic meeting held- in ' Mauch Oitint on the 8th instant " , John Fatzinger Esq was appointed repreeentativ? and , Peter Bowman senatorial, delegate, without instruc- 1 tioni,"but favorable to-Jimes Boca«SAS ' I Gbie^e Coc-*ti—The dele gates are instructed I to vole for Jms Bicurs-it for the Presidency, 1 and for Wjllum SeXbihht, of Fayette comity, for I Canal Commissioner. ' . I Mifilis Covstt. —Dr. Joseph B. Ard; repre-, sentative delegate; John Purcell, senatorial—in-1 structed for JiMts Bccmxi\. , ''...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

' Relief Notes in Circulation. From the report of the Auditor General, we gather that the amount of mis-called Relief Notes in circulation amounts to $8S 1,064—$00,000 having been cancelled on the first of December, 1S-17 —issues of the following Banks: Bank of the Northern Liberties, *70,000 Bank of Germantown, . 33,924 Bank of Delaware County, ' ' 42,557 Farmers' Bank of Bucks County, 23,055 Harrisburg.Bank, ' ' 37,200 Lancaster Bank, 18,130 Bank of Middletown, - , 19,192 Farmers' Bank of Lancaster, 34,100 Bank of Chainbersburg, 36,400 Carlisle Bank, 29,127 Monongahela Bank.of Brownsville. 18,400 Bank of Northumberland, 18,400 Wyoming Bank at Wilkesbarre, 17,032 Bank of Lewistown, 24,559 Columbia Bank and Bridge Company, 11,879 Moyamensing Bank, 11,900 Bank of Penn Township, 3(i,8OO Manufacturers' and Mechanics' Bank, 19,860 Northampton Bank, 4,723 Exchange Bank of Pittsburg, 83,775 Merchants' and Manuf. Bank of 1'ittsburgj 63,300 Fanners' Bank of Reading, 37,000 Bank of Sus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

The Product of Labor the ouly real Wealth. Agriculture is the foundation of wealth. The sea renders her tribute ; but the earth presents to skill and industry richer and infinitely varied contributions. Money is not wealth. It is only the representative of wealth. Money is coveted because it can command labor; -but of what use would it be, if laboj could not be commanded. What would it avail to possess all the richesof Potosi, if thereby we could not acquire the products of agriculture! What are manufacturers concerned in but these products! What freights Ihe barks of commerce in their liquid flight, threading every channel and whitening every port, btittheproriucts of agrituUtite t Whenee does the gomnlnem derive its revenues but Irtim theiruitstir agrieullttfe! What littteUUites the wealth of the country but her mHbii. h«i!|i| niinaf, i-iee, tuhaeea, watil, wheat, heel ' ; and pwk < AgiiuiilHifM fiiily ean he mmik eretllhe iratei er wealth- The .itiefBhaiit, the maimf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

Lancaster County Delegation to the 4th of Mareli Convention. The Lycoming Gazette of the 15th instant contains a classification of the delegates thus far cho «n in the different counties to the 4th of March convention. The representation from this county is wt down: two for Buchanan, five for Dallas! The Gazette is friendly to the former, which proves that thin division, so unjust to its favorite, i? the rpsiill of mere misapprehension of the facts. It is radically erroneous. Lancaster county is entitled to only six- delegates In the State Convention, not seven. They were chosen in September last, by the convention that ibrtned ihe county ticket, when/the question of the next- Presidency had not been agitated at any of ihe primary meetings, and when it was not supposed that upon than would devolve, any other duty than the mere nomination of a Canal Commis sioner. If the delegate. " to the 4th of March con-: vention were to be chosen >imr, on the presidential issue, so...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

War Irjteetintr In "Old Berks. " A very large and enthusiastic meeting of the staunch Democracy of Old 'Berks was held in the city of Reading, on the 4th instant, Peter Filbert. Ksq., -Mayor of the cjjty, in the chair. The meeting was ably and eloquentlyaddressed by D. R. Clymer, Robert M. Burr, and .1. Glancy Jones, and a series of excellent resolutions reported by a committee, of which. Newton Strong, F.sq., was ehuirmun. The following are among the number: Resolved, That we regard the " Wilmot Proviso," ait a meaiurn fraught only with mini'liief, calculated to endanger and diitract the Union and harmony of the confederacy | and ultorlv impracticable in itn objects, mid unconMitutioinil in its conception. Retolild, That while wn approve of the high ground taken hy rtistinguixhod mnmbers of the democratic party, in rognrn to the unconstitutionality of any act of (JongreKfi, having for its ohjept n pnrmanent renlrietion upon the. domestic institutions of territory, which mav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

~ Wugtnn-What Is It* } |! -A'- B .sonU??- Jt*as .na^ggBpathjes ^ with^J busy world of man. It would not nune from its couch of down, to save a nation from the iron-rod of despotism. Talk to it of freedom, of independence, of human rights, of the good of the many, it has no ears, no tongue, no heart Self, all engrossing all absorbing '1 self, gnes it ' anunation Speak1 Jo Aot_the high destimes of the ^ multitude ^ of the vast elevation of which our race is susceptible, it hears not, it is thinking of duidends,of bank stock, of city lots, of new mortgages. It lo\c<> nothing but itself, and hates nothing so much as general laws, applicable alike to all. It pampers its own appetite, to the amount of millions, and chaffers with poverty for the reduction ol -i\pence in thi price ol ' unceasing labor. . i -! ; Its plans of ease are built upon the ^degradation of the masses, and its only heaven, the enjoyment of immunities from which the multitude is excluded. It would e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

i Valot1 ttetvai'ded. tie Ihe list of ahriy jirumotlBlU i we are glud lu find iheiutme ot Thomas Wkibh, af falmiibia, m this eeuntjf, whtt his been ItsHufeil with akieuteB' ant 's eomilliesian. in BBe 6f the TOmiiarlicstMaTllHl Is ihe Uih regiment, ' Mf, W#Mi wu in the ' tattle ef Busiw Vista, . slid ihathe wftsjii the thietet §f th* fight . isi evidsfeftl by hishavjng weired a iever -e wetplftem a musket ball in the leg, Mr, Wetah waste? a tehf time whfllly (jisufelwl.but the HtnGtion ef; the Mewsn bullet has so far- relieved him, thai he will now again Vhorlly be able ts leave Polnnrtl*.;«jr the wat flf w, ' A braver heart th»n \\\*$m not teat- .. - -.; • -.-- - - Uui.Si i.i !¦ ..). — lifi- I'-'ili I.,: "¦ — ;hur ->i ' *V ... :.ar.- '-,.,. t ir.- inoo.n. M-v* /.) . - a j art.-.,! [ 0i:ii}*s? OI .- nu... vwujlf M~rtfi. : tit . i:.!o! ' ' ^lipi* 'if •!-- nionr!, ;.-.ltwi!y visiiile. .* ;>n 'i D>;. »••• -. -. :hc"-,ui inv-- ii >"K:ift ¦2Sth , unoiV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 18 January 1848

[Sybject to ^^^^iPfcfaSatUmalVonveiiUDn gB^PI ^^^^^^^SWy^J jg; * Jft»x» B^ We «*faK)wJe%e wif^D^ess to Senaton Sturgeon and Caroeip^^crialnable public doeunwnts—also to- Mr. I»^3*fthi State legists- ' ture, for a copy of the Adjutml J^neral' s Report ' li^. ID* An able article trout a cpntopondent on " Papa Mono)," has been jrogf &d .out^

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