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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

BiinTAi..:—One jAndrew Stewart, a member of _Co.n££ess.. from--Pennsylvania, Is reported by the New Yorki Herald as. having thrown the whig members into an explosion of merriment by ridiculing the physical exhaustion of Mr. Walker, Secretary of theTreasitry, consequent .upon his excessive official labors. If the report is correct, (and the Herald is usually so) it seems that this man was criticising Mr. Walker's free trade report, and. after assuming a series of errors in it, he went bn to say that no wonder that he fainted away and fell down after completing it, and thereupon there was1 a general laugh among the -whigs. If this be true, it exhibits a ^ degree of brutality in the House ;of Representatives which we should not look for even among cock-fighters, pugilists, blacklegs and rowdies of the worst school. Here was a case of an officer of the government, laboring day and night to perform his official duties, and at the close of his preparations to meet Congress, falling by e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Coral Intelligence. Di-.lf.gate Elections.—At the elections held in the respective WardB of this city, on last Saturday evening, the following named Delegates were chosen: ' North East Ward.—Francis Keenan, James L. Reynolds, John Hamilton, Jacob Zecher, Christian Widmyer. South East Ward.—Walter 0. Evans, Patrick Cassidy, Thomas Dean, Philip Metzger, Neal Donnelly, 'i North West Ward.—Nathan Scholfield, Adam Dellet, M. D. Holbrook, John Jackson, William Lowerv. Soi/rt West Ward.—Dr. H. Carpenter,'Adam Wilhelm, Jacob -Kantz, George A. Miller, John Mathiot. '" ' These Delegates assembled at the public house of A. Myers, last evening^ for the: nomination of members of Select and Common Councils, City Constables, Judges, and Inspectors. JAMES CARPENTER was unanimously chosen as the Democratic candidate for Alderman of the South West Ward, to succeed Joim Mathiot, Esq.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

New York Tribune for Clay! 1 he editor ol the A>w York Tribune is in Washington,, und his paper recently contained u letter from him which states us Ibllnwt.; so hurru for u fixation " once more! Washington, Wednesday—11 P.M. Let the friends of Henry Clay everywhere uniler-Htaiul, thut fun IViends hero are ' uiichnnged and unwaviiringi that they believe him not only the liltesl man for PresiUmit, but vho proper mnn to be supported in tho ensuing ctinvaHH, and that ho will bn elected if any frank, manly, out-spoken Whig can bn. If the people don't want a President of thin wort, let them take a Loco-loco as becomes them ; if they choose n shuffling, trimming, unworthy man tu rule over them, 1 trust he will, not be a Whig. Now let us have fair play and no dodging. Let the Whig people be fairly represented in a Whig National Convention, and iu decision we ciiu all defer to; but 1 don't believe jt can be in favor of any other than the acknowledged leader and head of the part...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

NorthamptonLehlgliand Monroe for Buchanan. : Ei»TON,Jan. 17,1848. 1 am happy to inform you that our County Meeting was.one of the old sort. The real Democracy were in attendance, and every thing passed off very harmoniously. Major Shiacbach and IVji. H Hurren, Esq., are delegates to the 4th of Maich Convention. The Democracy of Old Northampton think, the claims of Pennsylvania for the Presidency should no longer be disregarded,, and her favorite son, James Buchanan, is their choice.' In this letter it may be as well to inform you, that Peter Wykoff. Esq., of Lehigh, is our Senatorial delegate; that Sahhei. Maux, Esq.. is the Representative delegate from Lehigh, and M. M. Dnpi ' icK, Esq., of Monroe, and all favorable to Mr. Buchanan-for the Presidency. ' '-''Old Northampton,'' including Wayne und Pike, will be one and all for Buchanan.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Coxscottios.—Dickens gives the following description of this sad disease, which is constantly carrying sorrow and desolation into thousands of families in many ports of the world: , ' " There in a dread disease, which so prepares its victims, as it were for death; -which so refines it of its grosser aspect, and throws around familiar looks, unearthly indications of the coming change—a dread disease, in which the straggle between ihe soul and body is so gradual, quiet and soleizin, and' the result so Bure, that day by day, and grain by grain, the mortal part wastes and withers »w»y, ao that the, spiHt grows light and sanguine with-its lightening load, and feeling immortality at hand, deems it but a new terra of mortal life—a dieea»e in-which'death' and UCe are strangely blended; that death" takes the glow and hue of life, and life (Be gaunt and grisly form of death—* disease which medicine sever coral, wealth warded off, or dotettycotjld bout exemption from—which »meBme« moves in g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Appointment 4»t the Pbesidext.—-By and ¦with the Advi ce and Content of the Senate. —Jobs Robb, of Maryland, - to be principal clerk of the public lands in /the General Land Office, jn the place of James H. Pipeij resigned. ' Iohomd.—We learn Iron) the Monroe Democrat, that the indictment against a number of persons for burning and destroying the establishment of the Democratic. Press, at Stroudsburg, was.ignored by the Grand Jury of that county. We consider this a righteous decision. \ ' ' ¦ !E7" We have before (is the annual report of Col. WiiiiAM English, Superintendent on the Columbia and Philadelphia Railroad, and commend it as a most excellent and satisfactory production. The State has never had a more efficient officer in this department of her public works than Mr. English.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Tlie Inauguration. i esterday was as favorable a day for the occasion of the Inauguration as could have been desiied. The procession to conduct the Governor to the Capitol, formed at his residence, at 11J o 'clock, A. M., and was composed chiefly of the . Heads of Department. Canal Commissioners, Judges of the Courts, members of the bar, together with the ¦'Carlisle Cadets, " commanded by Capt. Henderson. We have not for some time seen a better drilled or better looking company of volunteers than the "Cadets. " At 12 o'clock the procession entered the House of Representatives, where the .members of the Senate and House were in Convention, and a large concourse of ladies were assembled, adding interest and gaiety to the scene. We noticed, also, a number of distinguished gentlemen from abroad on the floor.—Harrisburg Union, Jail. 1 it.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Tin: CocKnoACii Nuimaxck.—This being the season when the cockroach, the pest of our kitchens, commences its nocturnal excursions, the jfollowing recipe may call forth the grateful acknowledgements of those of our readers who suffer from the presence of this loathsome insect: " Take a six-ponny loaf of wheat bread—the staler the better—reduce it to a crumb, (of course after paring off the crust,) then in a pint of boiling water - put .two teaspoonfullB of Cayenne-pepper, " one of pulverised oriseed, half a drachm of saltpetre, the sdme iquantity of white lead, and a wine glass full of extract of hops. Now throw in your crumbs of bread, digest for six-hours in a moderate heat; strain through a cloth, add to the liquor30 drops of tincture of quasBia, and let it stand till next day, then bottle it and keep it in a pantry.— Some dozen lumps of sugar, saturated with this mixture, and strewed about the. kitchen, will remove the pest in a few days. " .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

"Doctors Will Differ!" And here, reader, is tie proof of it: ¦ The war exists b y the I- must: say that no act of Mexico, and, so ea rthly 'consideration help me God, but for- would-haveevertemptefl that conviction, as I rev- or provoked- me to vote erence truth and detest for a bill with a palpable falsehood, I would never falsehood stamped upon have voted for the act of its fack. Almost idolii-May 15, 1846.—Revetdy ing truth, as I do, I nev-Johnson, Speech in V. S. er, never could have vo-Senate. 1 ted for that bill.—Hehr.y "' ;. * ' f Clay, Lexington Speech. Somethiso to PoVber ox—American citizeriB seated in the Senate. Chamber of Mexico, deviapg aiplan of a railroad n ran Vera Cruz to the Hails of th» MoBtwumas.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Cumberland County. That well-conducted arid spirited Democratic sheet, the American Democrat, published at Carlisle, (Pa.) raises the name of James Bcchaxan to its mast-head,and accompanies the raising with an able article, in support""6f the claims of Pennsylvania 's distinguished Statesman. The delegates to the -lth oj March Convention are to be chosen in Cumberland county, on the 1st- February. In anticipation of that event, the Democrat says : " We have seen enough during the past week to convince ua thu.t Cumberland county will not provt an exception to the general rule. Our intercourse with many of the leading and most inHuential Democrats of this county,, who were in attendunco at Court, has uamired us that a very large majority prefer Mr. Buchanan as their candidate for the Presidency, over all others."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

; MARRIAGES. On the 20th inst:i by the Rfsv, J, J. Strine, Mr, James Roberts of Wrightaville, York county, to Sj'ss Anna Keiffer of Manor twp. By the same, Mr. John Leibof Manheim twp., to Miss Hannan Shaeffer of Ephrata, Cocalico twp. On the 13th inst, by the Rev. J. C. Baker , Mr. Peter Fry to Miss Elka Kitch, both of East Lampeter. I - < On the 13th inst ,, by the Rey. Mr. Keyes, Mr, Christian B. jShaub to Mary Shroat , both of West I.nmpetcr township.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

A Victory In Virginia! A special ^ election was held on the 3 0th instant in Chesterfield county (Virginia.) for a member of the House of Delegates, to supply a vacancy. The vole stood: For Alexander Jones (Dem.) 435 For Holden Rhodes (Fed.) 205 Democratic majority, 230 The •¦ old Dominion " is unwavering in her attachment to the cause of Democracy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Tlic '-BeikN County Legion. " We welcome to our ttcbfc the first number ol u paper, bearing thisftitle. published ut Jieuding, by -Messrs. Keixhart and Sxtdsu. It is it large and beautifully executed sheet, and the editorials ure written with! taste' and ability. The •• Legion " will prove u powerful auxiliary of the Democratic cause in Old Berks,, and cannot fail to be well supported. We wish the enterprising editors much prosperity."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Adauig County for Buchanan. Gettysburg, Jan. 17-1848. Our County Convention met to-day and chose as delegate to the 4th of March Democratic Convention, Joel B. D.iNSEn, Esq., under a resolution to support the nomination of Jamis Bpcha^an for the Presidency. The Convention was nnnsnaliy harmonious.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Mechanics Society.—The following gentlemen were elected, on Monday evening last, officers of this Society for the ensuing viar : President—C. Kieffer; VicefPresident—C. Gillespie ; Treasurer—IF. Pinkerton ; Secretary—P, McConomy; Committee on Property—C. Kieffer, R. W. Middleton, H. Pinkerton, C. Gillespie, P. Mc-Conomy; Library Committee—R. W. Middleton, J. H. Pennell, A. Armstrong, John Bear, J. P. Kramph.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

'-^i^Sg?^ Delitxtoi Jahujwc 1-S^ H^^, -^ Friends and FeUaw<htUzas*^&iippeB Xaitgte&$ you, to renew the solfima,!obbgat>oti of fidelity ? the Constitution , wad my pledges fortte faitniu] execution of the datfes, to Vhich the wrf&ages of th* people ha\e again called me, I avail myself of your presence, to express to you * and through yon to my fellow citizens of the Commonwealth, my gratitude for the favor with which they have regarded my efforts, to discharge the duties o( my trust, in good faith. The practical knowledge which I have ac quired, of the \anous and complicated dimes of the Chief Executive Magistrate of the State, in creases the distrust, I liave al waj felt of my ability so to perform them, as to justify the public approval; and constrains me to solicit a continuance of the same kind indulgence, which has been hitherto extended to me so. generously. In taking the, solemn oath, which the Constitution exacts from all who are cl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Bulletin No. 1.—The Graefenberg Company I Avim; Deen weicomeum every section .ol the JL_LUiiited States with the most unpiralellcd enthusiasm: and their medicines having reached an enormous circulation, will henceforward issue ' Monthly Bulletins; that they may the more perfectly inform the public of the principles of the Americo-Graefenberg System, and of the vast superiority of their medicines over any other ever presented to the world. Each Bulletin will contain something of the greatest importance to the health of the community; and all classes of readers, the clergy, jurists, statesmen and private individuals, should not fail of reading them, u> say the least., One trial alone of the medicines will convince the most sceptical of their extraordinary efficacy. ^ In the. present Bulletin we will only ' say that 1. The (Jraefenberg Medicines nre purelv Vegetable. ' ' 2. They have been tested in tens of thousands of cases with perfect success. 3. Of the Vegetable Pills ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 25 January 1848

Hedcubei-g's Pateut Air-Tlglit PRrldr Coal Stove, , |: • ' A new, beautiful, convenient,-and'fuel gating Parlor Coal Stove is tiow for the first; titr.e introducedio ihe public. ¦ ! The proprietors feel confident, ihat upnn dn ixanimation of ihose in opcr/atiun, 'hey will l-.j- priinounced to> be ihe bt3t, most useful and ccovomicn! stoves yet invented. ; i Wiih a comparatively small quantity of fuel, this ' Stove will radiate a greater- qnaniily of beef, (not dry or patched, as ia aenerally ihe'case iii lho ordinary coal stoves.) ihan:any. other s'bve now in use. ' i ,- i ¦ ¦ ! ¦ ¦ ¦¦ • CEHTIFi CITES', ' V I have had one of Hedenberg's nir-iislii oril sloves in use since the middle oljasf Oe . tpber;—am entirely satisfied with ii—and believe il tO r bejsu[.'erior io anyidescription of siove hitherto i ' niroiiluccd. It requirednitich less conpthan a coinmonTttdta'di - stove, ot ihe 'same size ^produces no annoying ' radiant heat—nnd wnli ordinary care;ihcre-|a:, be n...

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