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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

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Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

" The cms still they,come. " , T UST received 60piecei oi 1 hose splendid French tl and English Plaids ao much worn for Ladies Fill and Winter Dreseea. At the Bee Hive, Norib Qaeen street. .„ ._,... I . CHAS. fi. WENTZ & BRO ; octll " '¦-' " ¦ " . ' ¦ • ¦ ¦¦'¦ ¦ ¦ '''- ; "' .{ ' ' 38

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

TXfll-efAM ?,; KRYAN, AttorniV it law, ofc TT »ce oppoiitt Sprecher '< Hotel, Eut King St. Lancaster.. -; ;- . • . [d«c St45-^f

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

4"t RIND STONES. Just received a full, supply \JC and for -' «!• low by STEINMAN fc ' SONV j">l?, . ' ;:- ..... I., . . ;\. fil

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

wmttmmfSKEmK ^mmBKBBBBmmtJBm ^E^B^ k j^ --- --^ WtfbMmlvilMjWirmt boUmi flveaWV 8»»ar(newipu«U)ttii«iMnH«orBB|fe wmiW^id lH«oap»it j|KnSil cur|fetiofl«§6 the WemAivK 4B°fl potK^othenffi th,B jEuiieM ta«Kid«XaH ""'Mi, ™*'» Eitclpe taiHiaieM ndft hS •apltionjfflReirndBcr ^Le. fflhe tt» ii? thFtime hWcoine 9Rea luclra i.tand7s absolutiAy' nceetiary In bo mode , and we take his message an a guaranty, that no nov charters will be granted, nor re-charten either, unless the Banks asking fur them, can shew they have hitherto sustained a good e1»r«e ter^aodiB'*ei*^op*rttroi)rlfflre i 1ifflTin«5-c< to a good enrrenev, as wc-H as Uie wish for making money. : . , ¦¦ ..:¦>¦- ' -".• 'r- ¦'. ; ' <. i% ~' '' . '¦ < ¦ !¦ ¦¦¦ :¦¦•< ' ;.We observe too, that notices in several instances haTC been given of intended applications for new charters of both Banks aud Savings . Ipstitu^ons, without any najmo. ^eing appc tfdfid^ thereto, ps it' those interested irf esta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

*W* ^"*^^"* ? v * Our paper of the tat and prevlua* \fk]» « tuined the |mcMdlng» of Democratic mMtlnfi MB $W&\ *#»» of *irfj^^w^P«m I ttawlaviinwi &>a*|bBi'<Jbu* flfte mB Italtcf&ivJl tnuitfi)o\ii§imon||he naJBitiof tM |rlh,§e ft"idj§ of R^jP^K j| our columns of to-day, cOMnatipg from a body of Democrats, who have nev^pn^the most perilous contests, swerved from the straight line:of duty. iWe can, with entire»irutlvapp i)ctathj»la»t^oeelg ing the remark we made respecting" tie others: that'it sprang from the free and spontaneous action of ihe-peopk, and was the result oi' no other prompting than that of their warm, abiding, iindbiuuitlud attachment to the great Statesman, whom»fc early. lili1 thev learned to know ?o well, and never- to inovy unfavorably,„*»-.. ,.„_ - ,,.,. , .-: ... -^-^- .v, ; ,-We point to the=e spontaneous mass-gatherings - with pride and pleasure. Much as those may at feet to despise them, who neither know nor care to a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

:; ,^^'^J|iii ;lMHHat lRiiUl|inwr.'' . The fcrce »Aj| HTi|Ba at Hafrl»uura, by the N^'WPbw »bN« JqjPft Wiplk «n[»ibrc fl n»r.|p«|hough probslnffiAt t te%c 'H)%r|8 p beautiful oonin«nMF%i6 th^Sxwnln^^PbjC procuring Jndicial <weni A^^rigfP^^Uty add self.re^pr^ hereafter: aflo^- himself to be placed in the poaitioir of Mr. Bi'HBiIJ. .;and >Jrl Nill? Judge Irtixk of i'ork is in a worse position still, the effort against iin^beii^,jwtto>|wev« uweoijfiBnatk) , butactually to rrmtnx from office. And if no mail of proper fitness and becoming sensibility "will hereafter consent to be uuKeted by a judicial appointment from the Governor, or be tried by such impartial peers as a political Senate, what materials will be left but men of doubtful or unknown character for honesty OfeabjliQ^to,. iUlihe,judisial;beiths, vsndjjscat jhs criuin^oi .this^t5l: ..ii -;^.;v ^ ...^...:.v. ¦ The snbjectijL . too-seriQtts^ laugh at. It makes thfi heart of- tKe patriot sick, flniliuip...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

mSSSmBmSm peniflvii1 ?A»*UwoBiJOTAWA!i JT ^^ ^sM Si^uiMimit to .review nglic not »«Hjf<W larger .- uhI mo t respectaffl DemocjRie (ofiuhM mgfjing * cv er i eld in frdRwity ^ftwivl Wm% thehoKse of HSRt KikWk, in TCradJse ^ townslip, on S turday, January 20. Thr following gentlemen pore chosen officers: i President: ' —' -'^?mm&m^rmmm^°™ [I'lie I'olk an J D.,u.»a Eli clor Cut Ijitl, c<]., _ ia ifrH.) j '' via President! ¦- : Capt.7 Join St.iv>rAia:it, of Paradise. -¦¦•¦¦ - Thomas JI'Iivatke, of Salisburv. .-/CiuirsidfiA» •GK.rn^J fef Bar t; ' i ' I • ' • * .. , ' l \YJu.&*flcCaKEt,of Leacocli.: L- ' A Josefh Lrt-EVEH , of Paradise. ..^. «^%Jfe&vj^EJ.sf.£aiM|fee,A .+,„. ^. OEomrEl.^EcirEliT, ofParodisP.' ; "?;¦':;; ' if-j!^iiSecrrfari»;;i> ' jf. » '/¦-:¦ Jons V. Eckebt and Thomas McSobley. On moj;iori,^ie following named gentlemen were appointed a cojmiittee to'draft-resolutions. ' express sive of the senlc of the meeting, viz: ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Pweitttlc National Convcatlen. -Miirnrs w TRr. UMMfiATie $i»4Tom Am M«)lii»», —j M a m««(in? of the Pcmocrntlo S*n« retary. ';' -, .. . . ¦ _ ' . ' _.Jfr. SETii»,iof Arkansas, from the joint committee appointed at a previous meeting, reported the following resolution: ' .. T&awwCThattfEe respectfullyrccommendedto .our Hemocratic friends thiought &e Union, to hold the proposed National Convention, for the purpose of-nominating candidates for President and Vice President of the United States, at the usual time and place,}o wit: on the4th- Monday of Slav nest.at Paltinjor* ^ > . J ' | •, f . J< * J i. ;• Mr. Thovpsox, of Mississippi, moved to strike -9rtM^mpr^^yhjcKnjotu!U^Xex_sflme,_dis<;ujs(9ftv wasnotajre«t to. ; . ' , .; ¦ __ ; '•'Mr.-BirAoiinit,; of'ilsiiie, -moved 'to - strike out the Ith Monday of Miy, arid insert the Ith of July : which morion, -after some discussion.; wn£ al?b decided in the negative. - : ' ' '- ¦ The resolution submi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

,—~—-—— '¦ x Appolntuu'utsby tbe Canal C'om' mlasloners. Gr.OROE B. H.iMiiTos, of Clarmi county, collector at the city of Lanautir. ' i -The above appointment, made Ly the votes of M.(*sre. Poweh and Bunss, haa taken this whole city by surprise. It would have required only a few more miles of.eat.yti.uel, to have brought a _ collector from tiic state of Ohio, ami certainly, the compliment to the' Democracy of this city would have hern about the same. A. B. Cumniiug.i, PlillaUvJnhm. William (iamhle, Paoli. Robert I.aveny, Parkoaburif. j John V. Hounton, Columbia. ': John 11. Mandnrllrlil. Porlfunuutli. A. Su-wart, Hwaiiira Aqueduct. Nfimui'l Marquart, onl-liilluck, I'ortanioulh. Kaninrl H. lli|<lrr, Harriitbiir ir. ticorifn Kinglcr, Dunran'n IiiI ' iiiuI hrid|(e. John NhiiRmnkiT, Juiilutn Aqueuiiet. > William It, ill "Coy, Lowinlonn. i J. M, Cunniiidlinm, lliiutili){dnii. Obod Milion, Jnlinntown. Jumun -\, M'f.'ulloeli, rn'oporl. lleummin Dikn, Kreeport Auimilui'i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Prom tlip l'onniylviihlnn. The Wilmot Pi'ovlNO In PoihinjIvnniu. 1 Ve»timlny vie juibliiilu'ii tin' ri'noliilioin of unr politieul Ji-ii'inU in l-'iili'llr mill (Jreeni' I'ountii^ uijuinat tho Wiliiuil l'loyifb. Kvorywhcrii in our ifoml'iiU Stnli.', with hero uml Ilipro 11 soli ' tnry exception, thin hns bwii tli ' n fMiiu; of thuIJuimii'i'utie iniiiO T».' Wu (tiivt' .tlio npiilioim of Herk» rnunty 11 few duys uttii. Old .Wi'stniori'liiitd »pok«,' ill Imr Ktiutt wtvt diuiiottBtrtUiim \\\ S-uptembt'f. ' uriil! All«- aheny lit both her Infe mi'L'tiiiK". J'lvun ill tliove I'ouiitiefl whoi'u tin1 iiueNtimi Iuin not yut heeinnnoi* til, it in clear tlmt thi> Douimmry rt'Ktwd thf Vv'ilmot PvoviHu i\s u liitniHuvi! 'Wortnier ol' tluii public contempt limn of tin1 niifiiiiiiil indignation-. At leimt such in our icudiiig of, thu Dcniaunuir papers in these-counties, ; ' i 1 Thero ia in this gratifying unanimity a grave at-Kurance of our fuhire snmtt. ' Wo enn ull f/fo the mt\ frui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Judge McLean on tlie War. Another candidate for Presidential honors is overboard! Judge MXeajj of the Supreme bench has written a letter to some one in Ohio , on the Mexican War. wliich we copy from the Chmmwtti E-nuuirer. W.<sui. ngton, Jan. 7, 184S*. My Dear Sir—To all human appearance the termination of this miserable war with .Mexico, is more remote than when the first blow was struck. In my judgmeutit was unnecessarily and unconstitutionally commenced, by marchmg ourarmv into disputed territory in the possession of Mexico. And, I think, that Congress, who unquestionably have the power, should put an end to the war oil just and honorable princi ples.' ' After agrecingHpon the terms on which a treaty should be made, they should call upon the Executive by resolutiou to offer a peace to Mexico upon that basis; and during the negotiation hostilities should be suspended. If the President shall refuse to do this, in the military appropriation bills, the army should be roq...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

DEMOCRATIC CITV TICKET. s> iS Httttoa, TBftday, Mniary . ' 1,1818. C jp^few.—MICHAEL CARPENTER. •^Fofjbieiior.—mCKAEL BUNDLE, j V For J&h Contiabk.—JOHN ^Jpr jIRg.^. „ ¦¦ «-«¦> ¦Zu ^^* ^f^ii: Sc- :•*- ¦ ' ¦ -' Jaco» M. Hi«iotre, North West Ward, p : - Hebby GoEKrcHT, South East W.ird, ;. . Cb*.»les Gilixsbie, South Went Ward : . . - Cammm Coimcil.. ¦ DABICL EniSMAK, ' "1 :-• ¦ = SIS, ' ' UorthWc?tWard. GSOBOB TlISlEV, . -..,; J - , . . . -. P. B. Bamjiolouew, . ~ ) Jacob WitltELM, It. .,, ... . ' . J«n«Cii1»V" • ¦ ¦ |Soutl. >.a« Ward. William K.Leo. wahd. j Thomas EJ.Tobb, - " 1 ¦ ;tSul1 H Ea8tWard - Recben S. Roiieib, j WltltAK MaTHIOT, ) i ¦ Efhxaim Zellabs, S South West Ward. , AnAM Witimxi ' . " J ; ¦ . Jii<> $ei. . : JOHN BOMBERGEK, West Ward. j PHILIP LEONARD, East Ward. Ltspectorii. ¦ . - WILLIAM HOOVER, West Ward. FREDERICK ZERC>IER, East Ward. , • City CotatalUt. \ .MICHAEL MeGRANN. JOSEPH BRINTN' ALL. ; ¦ Mdennaii. . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Injurious Legislation. AVe understand that an effort is now making at Harrisburg by the Baltimore aud Susquehauna Bail Road Company, that is calculated to seriously affect the interests of the State in an important manner, aud-which, it is said, is likely to gain favor, unless promptly opposed. The Company desires authority to construct a Rail Road frotri Wrightsville (the terminus of the Baltimore.and Sunquehiinnn Rail Rand) up tlm wrMcrn side of the Su«|u»I>uiiiiii river, to 11 point opjiuHlti; to Marietta, and llii'it' cross the river with a Unil Road Driilito—then construct ii Hail Road tu a point on ill' llnmsbiiry,. Middlrtuwn, Mmiiitjo) iiiul I.imnish'r Hull Kniul, honied here IiiMmiiii .Mnlimjny mid the ttiiUK'l for tlif purpnsi' of ' ,i|i|iint tho I'euiiHylvmiiti lluil llniul. mid cunyiujr to Haitimore till the triiTrl unil truib> of the Wivt, whicli W11N intrndi'il for 1 >I)iIiv<I•¦ 11 >11 i.i. IT ilm iiiipriivi'ini'iit lie iititlio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Letter or Kccauiutentlatioii. The following "letter, of recommendation^ fronr Pr- FjiASKLis* is an admimble illustration! of the j boring which public meii—jand private-ones, too, for thatimatter—have frequently to undergoi The . stoi-y is, that while the . Doctor was TJnilld! States ' . I Minister at Paris he was so often irnportuiicd by ! persons .unknown to him to give them letters of recommendation, that he -prepared tlie followins form of one,' which in some instances he. actually employed inichoking off applicants: ¦!' j j Pints, April —,il;777. Sir:—The bearer, going.; to the United jStates, ¦presses me to give him a letter of recommendation, ; ! although I know nothing o! him, not Km his i name.- This may seem extraordinary,but'Ijussure I you it is not; uncommon here. Sometimes, {indeed, ¦ one person unknown brings another equall y so to j: recommend him, mid sometimes they-cecoiiimend i one another. As to- this gentleman, I limit refer | you to himself for hi» charact...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

The Meeting at Kiuzer'A. N e perform.a pleasing duty in the publication of the proceedings of the Democratic meeting, held on Saturday Ia3t, in Paradise township. A more numerous, respectable, and gratifying meeting, it ttas not been our- fortune to attend, since we have ehoicn Lancaster as bur residence. The very "bone und sinew" of the Democracy of the Eastern sec-Siori of the county were present. Dr. N. W-. Sjm-*ti, the Pom and Dallas Elector of 1S1 J, presided—assisted by the venerable Capt. Jobs Sl.itiiAKEB as first Vice President—and on the Coni-. mittee o^ Resolutions will be found the name of Joss L. LxoHTjreBi Esq., one.of the Delegates to the ithror March Convention. Besides thesC jacttve and welj-jjgoivn Xk-mocrats, there were present the Hesdehsoss, the Lefeveds, the SiATjuiunB, the McIiTiisiSi the BA»Ena, the Hocstons, ihe LfoBTSEHs, the Dobsows. theJCiyxcHa, tlie WniTts the Gmnss, the LlTi.t*r andj.othet old and infiuuitial rcpublicane, \vh.o I.. ' ™ ' never eaer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

foy BJMM^^».T ^T *n ^-^ T^y^ptji • ^7r ^TV^fr'Vt: '. ." '' "M' M^masamMat. ¦ : ^ : " - ' "flBP'IPBR^MienS W pjM^l thjl ' ^*9f* WS^ifl^^n tfitlVM, on -niiOTday, ., !P; lt!ini 'fc' '¦ TT* J^Pl " oh,thV«vib. pMtigitlie WwJfroKriSjj'to rtiflo the brOBth'of treallithat is b&n«Kcr the Federal hVll. of ra^- ' i ^v ¦ ' ^if-^PNi TkinW opinion of tfcU'Hoijw, the jwar, on tbo part^ Sftho Unite3 Sta1teaJ ^< na -fjurt in ' ^jta inception ; and that we approve aiid sau^liou the ; manper in which it has been prosecuted, j' j ¦ , . [ ¦ Resolved, That Uie government of Meiicpj having account of lawless spoliation upon our commerce—t having foiled to adjust other similar claims jequaHv ' just-—having improperly interfered in tno annexation i of Texas to the Union—having reiusetl to recognise i a boundary between Tiosa3 and her Territories^—1 arrogantly and-insifltangly rejected tlie wliitramfnt I of peace, and haying appealwi to th^ swo^d fo decide the differences between the twd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

: A Coniplinient to Agriculturists. The sincere and nrilent devotion of Mr. ITeitkk- ' 1sox; to the Agricultural portion of society was'pro-> verbid. Ho was wont to reg:inl thein;Uistri'.ms ' ; "tillers of the ' soil" us the chief prop upon wlio.-e i patriotism and energies our icountry musxi relv 111 ! any cveiitful crisis. In his ".notes on Virginia '1 he .] pays ihe farming interest the following Eloquent j tribute, which is as l>eautifully exprcsseil-in;: it is ijuSt and true: . j ' .1! . .. ' '* Th^sc - who lajjpr" in Hhe.oarth are the: cjiosen ! pcopleof God, it" ever he ' hod any chosen: ipeople, /whose breasts ho has made his peculiar deposite for ; substantial and genuine virtue- It U the focus in I whicli he keeps alive tlmt sacred fire, which othcrwisp might cscapii from the earth. Corruption of I morals iu the muss of this cultivators i»a phcnbvnenon j of which uo age nor .nation has furnished aii cxainj pie. It is the mark set on those, who not [look...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

•¦ Old Berks '* for Buchanan! The opinions of the Democracy of greutaudglorious old Berks, never fail to command deserved -influence and respect. It in, therefore, with peculiar gratification that we read in the lajt •• Berks County Legion " the following article: The Presidential Question.—As the time approaches, I' or the meeting of the State Convention, the battU; waxes warmer between the different candidates lor- the Presidency. In Pennsylvania, a brisk local contest has been carried on between the friends of Mr. Buchanan and .VI r. Dallas, which at tirdt looked rather warlike, but bv prudent counsels no doubt, has been conducted! generally with good feeling, and iu a proper spirit. The casting vote of Mr. Dallas on the tariff question, is popular in Berks, and that gentleman has the confidence and esteem of the Democracy generally, but on the Presidential question, there seems to " be almost a unanimous desire to give her vote for Mr. Buchanan. Our democracy seem to have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Sixth CoiigrcsNional District. The Governor has issued his writ for holding a special election in the Sixth Congressional District, composed of Bucks and Lchigh counties, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Jons TV. Honxbeck, on Wednesday, February 23. The political complexion ' of this district is among the most varying anil uncertain in the State. In 1S-U Polks majority was 017—in lS-lfiitgave to Mr. Hornoeck (.Fed.) 135majority, and in IS 10 it gave a majority for Shunk of fiiiS. ! H the voters in the district can all be brought to the polls, the return of a Democrat, in place of Mr. Hoesbeck, is certain. At no former period were strongerindncements presented ibr united and vigorous exertion. The state of parties in the House is so close, that upon the result m this district may depend Ihe ascendency of. the one party or the other. We have every confidence that little Lehigh will -do better" than ever, and that ' old Bucks will do its tiill ilnry—and the-young bu...

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