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

Official Tote for Governor. The two Houses of the Legislature met in Convention on Friday last, in the hall of the House of Representatives, and there opened and added the returns of the election held in the respective counties, on the 2d Tuesday of October last, for Governor. The summing up was proclaimed to be as follows: Francis R. Shunk, (Dem.) - - - 146,081 James Irvin, (Fed.) - - - • - 128,148 Emanuel C. Reigart, (Native.) - - 11,247 Francis J. Lemoyne, (Abolitionist,) - 1,861 Scattering - ' 3 Total vote .... 287,340 .V correspondent of the PemtsylvaniaH alleges, that the return of the 4th ward, in Kensington, gives Mr. Irvin 100 votes more than he received, as ihe tally papers prove. Deduct this from the Federal column, and Shunk's majority over Irvin is 18,033. The vole given ut the Castle of Perote. in Mexico, is-incltided.

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

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

'rilale liettNureii We effligfatulalfi the llpiflsefacy ei the felaie en ilw elertian el'thf Hen. A,Pirasn ief{f>natig8 , ts ihe efnffi <if Slate Treasurer, Mr, J1 , was tar mm\ «c8<,inni ft representative in PonirHs, and hH recently 'b^en appointed hy President p0Hi, MwAit.nf ihe Western BistriPt of PfnnsyJvafls. H« to* gwtfemwofW»Yicr)ftWt«iWtf folly p^u P-.1 <<-, i-ui1 - it'»v- T.- TOo"-HHtttii!Ein.-ljJfnttf- ' the i ;,¦ ¦'•-:¦! " Wri > ¦ - "¦'' - ii'"1 ..^ .^' , ', r[• ' iU.' i US a!rii"<tfli»*'Si. ! iv-2<. . -.,' •„-.! ?>¦¦<¦; t " -. fi-a\.j,-u-J'; i;niur»J-' .,.ii--r.1 \lid Oi.a li1 'Tic Hal, ..I ¦¦ Hnilit -I. itfrt.itatn. ' <iiiv>-e, -ir :¦ ¦ : ;<.-i- ^£ >r - -uVioru ¦ 1.-,- -Tj^. .- _ H. , Wia.: li.i ;i" L#jtiac>-> U-- : ""' ' -•¦uiut . -Mr -.r.smt ¦" U.Tpttjt1 ip.r'?T«tT - ~- 'b* eXtrrj; .-

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

Deatb of Captain Taylor. The Bedford Gazette comes to hand, j clothed in the habiliments of mourning, ou account ^of the death of Capt Sajtcel M. Tatlor, which occurred in the cify of Mexico, on the 9tli of December, of typhns fever. Capt.-Taylor was a native of Schellsburg, Bedford county, and at the head of a company of volunteers was accepted into the service, in May last. He landed with his mep at Vera Cruz on the 1st of June following, and reached1 Puebla ort'.theday before the march for the city of Mexico By Gen. Scott. In the battles which followed Captain Tailor bore a conspicuous part, anil won many laurels. His decease has created a profound sensation in Bedford county, where he was a great, favori te.

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

Democratic Meeting in marietta. Our paper contains a call for a BUCHANAN MKKTIXG, to be held on Saturday evening next, in Marietta, numerously signed by the active and influential men of the party in that quarter. Heading Ihe list will be found the name of F. K. Ctmni*. one of the delegates * to the Ith of Starch Convention, and highly esteemed. us un artive, intelligent, and; influential 'Democrat. It may be pftipcr to reinarki that Ibsse assemblages ire the spoBluitetma iHovemehU ur th>> |teohle, springing IrsW the attachment which! thejf jeel in ail ujuUininished degree liif the dlitluguuhed htatesfflan, whsse elevalien to the liHl ertiee they art iitWltilwJ t8 teptifc :. i_.

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

Lycoming County. ¦ The IViUianuport Gazette, so long the able anil influential organ of the Democracy of Lycoming county, in reply to a query by a correspondent, thus defines its position, on the subject of the next Presidency : ' Our preference is decidedly and unqualifiedly for James Buchanan. We have freely and frankly expressed it in conversation with all our friends, and now to oblige a subscriber, we proclaim it openly * . The *' favorite son " of Pennsylvania was supported by us for the same office, previous to the nomination of Mr. Van Buren in 1840, and. again prior to that of Mr. Polk in 1844, and now if anything was wanting to confirm our old love for the same individual, we should readily find it in the fact that nearly every Democratic paper in this State, and many in other States, have openly derlnrpfl for him.

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

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

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

. .:; TnrmnvAHiA -,- . Juro f ' BptmjSi&^ptmi Meeting ^ MmieU^-^ i ^i^r^^;a6vai W^* 9ro^^^«iiii^»^P;i|^rn^p« of East Donegal W Wes^H^mpgeBiJri lJJicas-1 ter connty, who are &vorableto the'measnres and policjr-of the present 'Xaidonai^i&^%titte^v1&dininiBi trations ^ and.defuroast * of seeing/ ' th^t diiituiguisfie^ Statesman, JASIES, BUCHANAN, elevated to the high and responsible'office-of-President of" the' United States , " propose 'to assemble in/general meeting, at the ioan Hail, in the Borough, of. Mt£: rietta, on the Evening of Saturday, January 2%, 1848, to adopt stich* measures as the meeting shall1 deein ri ght, and expedient. Every member of the party is respectfaUy invited to attends . -: . . ,F. K. Curran, - Jacob Waggoner. - : Samuel Hopkins, * James Chambers, : Thorrfas Johnson. Henry Plumb, Thomas Stence, Joshna Xeadcr, , Reuben Welshans, Andrew Seiver, Frederick Frank, Adam Sheffer, Joseph McDowell. ..William Sands, Jacob Graybil...

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

: mm$i^miK ding to prenoos; notjc* given,^D enioeimticda<ji zehs' oFiilie ke*^e|£sec^3%ncti mefinfffiat Boroughat Hackettr s Hotel, on the memorable ^ niversary ofjiisf Bittle'of -New Orleans, when the meeting wai; organized by calling Cploftcl JAMES T^OODBDHN. to the chair.? ' ; P ' VUxPrauknit.—James' Ws£t»cE, JohnBleait, Thosui -McColIoch, Geo; M. GKABiH, T. ' C.: ScouixEB, Jacob Zeigixs, Joseph Diell, Col. WftxiAM Gracc t, Jlaipr Samuel Tkittand DXtID TSARIST. I ' ' ': ' ." ' ' Secretaries.—-i>f«u B&bb, W, M. Scouiler, J. FasITAIIGHT, ROFT. MlDDLETON, Wm. KliSK, RoBT. C. McCoi.loch. Jab. B ' . Brown and Maj. W. WoonavR*.* * :. ' ; ' . .. ~ " On motion, John Moore, Esq.. John S. Morrow. W.R. Ferguson,-William Thompson ami'John B. Perry, were appointed to prepare a preamble and resolutions expressive of the views and sentiments of the meeting, who after having withdrawn for a short time for that purpose, presented through their chairman, Mr. Moore, the ...

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

Bulletin JSo. 1.—Tile ttraefentter? ¦- . ,j- i--: Company r - ¦ : . ¦,: :-- 'l: ¦' ¦ • . .. TTAVING been welcomed inevery section of the JJUnited Slates with the most unparalelledenthusiasm: and their medicines havingreached an enormous circulation, will henceforward issue Monthly Bulletins; that they may the more perfectly inform, . the public'of the princi ples of the Americo-8«aef: . enberg System, and of the vast superiority of " their medicines over any other .ever presented to the world. Each Bulletin will contain something of . the greateit Importance to the health of the community i and all classes of readers, the clergy, jurists^ statesmen and private individuals,, should not fall of reading them, to lay the ltasu Ono . ' trial alone of the medicines will convince'the moit iccptteti of tholr' extraordinary effloacy. !. In ti' ft.present DulUtln we will ouly say thut 1. Th« Oraefonbcrg Mcdlcinei are punly;Vog«- table. :. ' ' ¦' , ¦ ¦ ' . : ' ./¦ 8, They have bocnttit...

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

Another Steamboat Disaster. riTTSBURG, Jan. 11,1S18, Another dreadful accident has been,added to the list of casualties on the Western waters this season, which have been unprecedented, both in numbers and startling fatality. [The scene of disaster has been accidentally omitted, but it was probabl y on the upper Ohio.] The steamer Blue Ridge blew up with a frightful explosion, about 1 o' clock on Saturday night, during the prevalence of a very severe snow storm. The explosion was tremendous, reducing the boat " to a perfect-wreck. Such was the force that the cabin-was thrown over the.boilers and clear of them. The hull sunk immediately, but-Jsthc portion of the cabin which was torn off by ' the force of the explosion remained afloat, and to this those of the passengers who were saved clung'for life. Thus immersed in the water, on a nighti of intense severity, and almost naked, the poor creatures floated eight miles down the river before they were released! No just conclusion a...

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

Be sure you are ICight, tlieu so Ahead. npHIS is an excellent motto and should always J be before ' ua—in all conditions of life—under stl circumstances it is usefu!-~bui how much more so lo those who are in search of GRA'I1 BARGAlNSin the (hope of beautiful DRY GOODS, let them first find out where ihe •• BEt! HIVE" is located—let, them satisfy themselves that thry actually are in the Bee Hive Store, then, and only lhen can they go ahead and buy, lor lhey will be sure lo gel cheap and good gvods. The spirit of flic age is in keeping with ihe above PLMN troths; Energy and Tiurh can alonesaiisfy the wants of ihe people ot this enliehtened dge. ' We nre receiving daily NEVV GOODS ior ihe HOLIDAYS; every Father. . Mother ' .' Sisier, Brother and ail those who huve 'neither should n': least call—if only to please an idlo curiosiiy, and see the beautiful goods at ihe Bee Hive, Nonlj Queen aireel, 10 doors tiorili of ihe Poil (Jffire. - CHAS E. WENTZ & BRO. ' iectl ¦ ; 47-1 f...

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

January, 1848, Magazines, J- GIBH & CO., North Queen Street, Lancaster, , are agents for all the Magaiines and Newspapers. Now is the time to subscribe* ' Graham*! Magailnc, for January, '2ti cents, or three dollars a year. Two coplei, oho year, five dollars. - i .• »•'¦ Gody 's Lady'i Book, for January, 35 ccnti, nr three dollars a year. - Two coplai ono your, five dollars. ; r Petonon'i Ladlei National Magaiino, far January, 181 centior two dollars a year, Three coplei one year rive dollari. Union Magaiine, fbr January, SO ats., or 83 a year. Two copies one year 95. No. 1 Songrfor the People ; a collection of National, Sentimental, and Comic Songs arranged with notes and elegantly illustrated. Published monthly at 83 per annum, cr 25c per number. The Horticulturist, § 3 00 per ahri. The Cultivator, ' 1 00 " Headley's Magazine, 2 00 " The Farmers ' Library, S 00 '• . The Whig Review, 5 00 " Hunt's Merchant's Magazine, 5 00 " Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 •' : The Edlnbur...

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

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

Franklin College. rliHE Executive Committee of Franklin^College, X at a late meeting adopted a number of new regulations and a course of study j and directed an abstract of their proceedings to be published in the principal papers of the city. The studies of the Institution are hereafter to be pursued iu two departments, the Junior and Senior; and the time for the completion of the studies in the former to be two years, for the latter three.— The regular time for admission will hereafter be in the fall, at the commencement of the winder session,in September; and none will be admitted at any other time of the year, except * they be able to unite with one of the existing classes; whi e each must undergo a satisfactory examination in the presence of the Executive Committee, upon tbe studies, requisite for admission into the department which he wishes to enter. Pupils passing from the public schools or from the city, into either department of the College will be educated without c...

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

Books Tor Young Ladles. ¥ ETTER.S tor 1 oung Ladie.i, by Mrs. I.. H. I i Sigourney. The Young Ladies Guide ..to the harmonious development of Christian character, by the Rev. Hervey Newcorab, The Young Woman: s Guide to Excellence, bv William A. Alcott. The Yr oung Maiden, by A.'B. Muzzey. Woman- as She Should be, by Kev. HuUbard Winslow. The Women of England, by Mrs. Ellis. The Young Housekeeper, by Dr. Alcott, The Young Ladies Book of Prose, The Maiden, Wife and Mother, bv T. S. Arthur. Books for Young; Men. Hints addressed to the Young Men of the United States, by Rev. John Todd. The Young Man's Ouide, by Wm. A.. Aleoti, revised and enlarged. The Young Man from Home , by Rev. John Angell James. ' ' ' Duties of Young Men, by E. A. Chapin. Words to a Young Man's Conscience, by a Father. Lectures to Y'oung Men on various important subjects, by Henry W. Beecher. Lectures to Young V)en on the Cultivation of the Mind, the formation of Character, and the conduct of Life, by Geo....

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

Good Books at very low prices. The Cheap Book Store of JUDD If MURRAY, opposite the Post office, jS' orth Queen street, Lancaster. BIBLICAL Legends of the Mussulmans, the Bible, the Koran, and the Talmud; compiled from Arabic Sources, and compared with Jewish Traditions; by Dr. G. Weil, 12mo. muslin, 50cts. ThiH ib a very curious book, exhibiting in a very striking and forcible manner the antiquity and worth pf.our Scriptures, .in contrast with the pious inventions and perversions of a later age. The Churchman's Heavenly Hours, at 20 cts. Rowe'K Cevout Exercises, at 20 cts. A choice book of Devotion. Agnew on the Sabbath—-with an.Jntroductory Essay- by Dr. Miller, 200 pages at onl y 20 cts. Hall's Complete Works, with a brief memoir of his life, by Dr. Gregory, aud observations on his character as a Preacher, by the Rev. John Foster; edited by Olinthus Gregory, LL. D., and Rev. Jos. Belcher; portrait..4 vols. 8vo. Sheep extra, at only $5.50. Whoever}wishes to see the English l...

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

'SiSS^S s^ssAi^s^^HHsHHSBI^it • _ " . H^i^^ pipi^eir ^^¦ " -Ti SHWaBber ,^ui. it8ffiSf',.« Cecetuber. :?t ?Sft> W sSSi^fe^ ' ^W-Wk " «ft»- *« '"id S^Ul^i^^^^^gnttenim ^^S^ Cburtj shaft ^ttkettAip' on the fim akjW^«S fiattiiitadip^^mi^ disposedl of/unlSfe continued by conseat or on causa shown. -v** The cases on the-alTOnent list in the Quarter 5 S^aOnsihaU be tak,*'upon tte Wednesday, of said terms,andip,th«Cpmrnon,Pleis on the,Thursdays of saW term re«pectively,, an<l proceeded in until dispoied of in like mannerunless continued - by : ct^ent^~or.qnjcau1ie: ' .8liQwaw ¦±? ?^&%&$l*^: '-{: It is rar^r . o^tocd^thH the a)i^DCf . ofrCounsel tioned'uit^e^pr^c^ingJbrae^snaU-be - .' n^^ k^se^tb ^'-- : suspend proceedings therein, unfe«f;legil ground for » continuancebe shjiymv^ 'S^^^Sp^sf; -.- -.:. "' : ' ¦ ¦ - "-' jaii6mam:iUtS^:iii^m 'i^'i'sS'^t'h'^:-. ' -: ¦ For Arguments—One, woet to commence onih^' ^s 2l«t day of February, ,v Wttdi^pf April, ! &...

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

¦Every man his awn, Gas Manufacturer, ¦ :.. ¦ . ¦ . K. 8. R. ANDREWS. XTTARMAIR FURNACE and CbpkiogJUnge -VV Manufacturer, No. 82 North Sixth, " (met, Philadelphia. Having purchased from the American Assignees of the Patent Domestic Gas/ Apparatus, the rights for the States of Pennsylvania DeJaware and Maryland, informs his friends and,the public, that he is now ready to furnish them with Stoves fitted tip for the purpose, by which every person can manufacture his own Gi» with but trifling expenses over the outlay, the construction of this apparatus is such that it ro&y be wtached to Stoves already in use ( also to Cooking tUnges, Fumaecs, Bteam Ooiteti, ar in uiy ntuiSon whers Sre or li|nH«f*aulred.: Te ffl»anA*ifi|»» » 'faJl4i»( Bhuwhei, and publle br private buildings, remote torn jtiiygtt wark*i tkii sppifatm will M (bund § cheap ail ecasdmieal m«u»d of lightlBB u well aa kjatiitEthilr tpirtmtiti, withaut a«y ettra u> Periens wjs ' hlni la im tiM inantui &lt...

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