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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

.Doisij . Goon,—JIow often dp \ye sigh for opportuniticsjof doing good; whilst we neglect the openings of providence in. little things which would frequently lead to, the accomplishment of most important usefulness! Dr. Johnson used •to say—".He who waits to do a great de.al of good at once will (lever do any.;' Good is done by! degrees.— However small in proportion .the benefit which fol-\cms,i)uHvidual attempts to do good, a great deal may.thus be actcbmpHshed by perseverance,,! even in the. midst .of discouragements and. disappointments...-!. _ . - " :: ¦ .., ¦ ¦ .-. .;.....

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

. : Removal. < f*i EO.SPURRIER would respectfully inform hi " -\JC friends, customers, and the public in general, . that he has removed his Clothing Store from his old stand next door to the Post Office, to one door south of John Bear ' s Printing Office, and nearly opposite J. Michael's Hotel, at the sign of the Biu Pants, where all would do weH to call that want to buy CHEAP AND WELL-MADE CLOTHING J)5r- Customer ' s work attended to at the shortest notice, and made in a workmanlike manner. Don't forget the place, sign* of the Big Pants. dec 7 '47-45-tf] GEO. SPURRIER.

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

A Child's Praver. Father ! now the day is past, On thy child thy blessing cast. Near my pillow, han'd in hand, Keep thy guardian angel band: And throughout the darkling night Bless me with a cheerful light. ' Let me rise at morn ^igajn Free from evarv thought iof pain ; Pressing through life ' s.thorny way, ^ Keep me, Father, day by day \ /

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

., - " ' : ' I »r;S"-lie .cry is ' still they come.'A> ; JtlS'PTeceiverffiO pieces oi those splendid French ; and English iPJaids io ranch worn for Ladies Fall and. Wfnier Dresses. Ai the Bee Hive, North ¦ j-Q' ueen street:--,;. '. ; «.-v.:,:i :-." ¦ •..-... ¦ " ...-' ¦ . '• * • ¦- ' ¦ .;,;, ' . ' - .e.HAS .jB.WEJITZ & BRO ¦ jv^-f&ftifjkjty^i ¦ ;iji&!-^:v'-.'/. ••• -. a?,; .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

p^xmoTlc. tj'SOTPoBTtuii-r-A Wuhiggtoni~ui in his song.saja , -,, : *f When a young lady signs thp pledge ^ lt» juitt aa good as two—For when her lover finds it out, He's got to Mgn it too "

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

. COBPnilSICATIOXS. ; * For the Lancaster inleuigeiteer. : ,.. City, and; Coimty JWatters. ,..- . . .. The situation of the Public Buildings just now. deservesattention. Lancaster is improving steadily 'and rapidly. Marketing fora thriving population is becoming of great interest both to city and^ouoty; and to accommodate as well seller as buyer, in all kinds of weather, with suitable Market-houses and shelter from storms, is indispensable1 . The Market Sqaare is not large, and the Market house thereon is inconveniently suited to tbe grow.* ing wants of the City. Some of the buildings standing on the market; square al'e appropriated to County Offices and a Masonic Lodge, uses contrary to all; marketing purposes, and directly in the way of improvement and space in market buildings. The opinion of Mr. Slatmakek, given at the request of the Councils, and lately published in the newspapers, is conclusive that those extraneous buildings are incumbrances which may be removed by indi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

miiiiw'i ijfcMMJB'lf CA"WBl'frWlffy)'< ^J '''fr *> ": Jt ikt Dmocmie Bmha*m JHMv.AiUm Satw * rfau, /amwry 3D, <U Xto*r% it* Parodi* fwmfhtjt, lancmter rwnty, _ * ± ^ In eomplianco^fh «%inftt»U on &WaM& " fhoie prevent to-day, T& hew ta-dddr^ray old Vcrsonal and pohtical^Hends-H^ »nvitt^o«fc Jei me add, that I acceptej} tbe more pron(fiUy,vboc^qsq ctrcumttancet pliuced it -jrHoliy ojH °^^y ^o^cr to meet the \jSTconquenUe DeBOorats of the; Southern and Western parti of the county, on ¦4h*o occasion of their meetings at the Unicorn &nd* at Marietta. To one who knows the democracy of Law«rt«r-o« 1 claim' to^mow ^them—to one who has shared their conBdence—who baa spoken their sentiments in the good old InteUigencer, which your resolution so justly compliments, this meeting possesses a strong and peculiar interest. The opinions of each menafl dtose I see around me, are always : potential. fThey are neither to be flattered nor inti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

>»^>WiW8!<WF^wHWiJpfciiH|W; >t*i >' x „ i Q^. W« have bwn untvoldably compelled tejip o«r the cammunientian of oar able iiiiijjSBSHinT 'Mb/ortn," in ftivorlpf electing tbe JudgjEWM» b|pW At$. g< ^ Wm j C7-We repim pu^ian1u» Mr^gcHou^«iW -bM«ineas oOankin^i thu« ' ate. M fe ^ J MJ~ Jft are unqtr obJigpBons tojSAXxa Bomsi Esq, President of the Board of Canal Commission ers, for a copy of their interesting ieport of the present yeir. • ':¦¦¦ ¦ ., ' BiALT^'w oF GovpRsoaJ §unsk.^-It gitej^us pleasure to say that the health of Governor Shusk is improving. He rode but on Friday, * anil was in good spirits. Indeed, it does not appear that his friends at airy time entertained soribiis Tears fn regard to his health^-^His mind U as active and clear ra it ever was.—Pciinsyhanian nf Fvb. 1. 07* The National Intelligencer says: ~ General Taylor is«veryinch a Whig." It once said tbe same of John Tyler. ' !U"The Board of Revenue Commissioners meets in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Mode of Electing Delegates to the ., , ^-^-r flFaMonaJ^Cpnventlon. Our intelligent'cotemporary of the Bedford Gazelle, we fear,,has discovered a iriare's .nest. He has ascertained from somebody, that "a certain class of politicians" have it in contemplation, at the approaching 4 th of March convention, to elect delegates to the Democratic National Convention, not by Districts, but by General Ticket, which be is pleased to terni a " monstrous assumption of power, " and thereupon, in a trul y belligerent manner, admonishes the convention Xo ^Beware!'' lest they com-¦ rhit deeds, that " will not be submitted to." This menace we consider unfortunate. It is so seldom, that individuals are induced either to do a thing, or to leave it undone, in consequence of an impending threat, that the maH who indulges in this species of suasion invariably betrays either a bad temper, or a bad cause. Much better seek to convince your friend or neighbor,'by fair argument, that he meditates a wrong...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

*«W*»**!WA AM5w5i!tf^. —— i n to|M&il$ta«UiiRlii Mechanlcf fllM^p^rXwuiocIi Townablp. ~gj_ .-« —.— . ,, • ^Si»Bwnoor»tJecl«l»eniofUnpM U»oookr Miiiihelm, and adjoining townahipt, tavnrablo to the -nomination of tons Buchanan ai tho Democratic cMdidato torftonoit Presidency of the United Stales, are requested to akacmblo at the house of Michael Roland, in Mechanicsville, on Saturday next, February 12, at 3 o 'clock P. M., to adopt •ucb measures as they •halUlccm right and expedient., ' ? ' - : Moore Connell, Iarael Fink, Mark Connell, Samuel Cowan, John B. Steacy, Edward Fufv, £: Franklin Hall, Peter Heller, Jacob Hoi), Daniel Swope, Robert Connell, Daniel Bilzer, Michael Roland, Jonas Eby, Reuben Weidlor; Adam S. Bare, M. D. Jacob G. Leber, Mark Connell, jr., Washington Simmons, William .-Mer' iek, George HellerK John Carpenter, 3 Jonathan Simmons, Isaac Hoffer, Henry Weidler, Eman' uel Hoffer, Emauuel Woidler, William Rogers, Isaac Weidler, Wijliam Scott, John Simmo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

For tbe Intelligencer. "Injurious legislation. " Mr. Editor: Such is the caption of an editorial article in your valuable paper of the 12th instant, deprecating the effort now making at Harrisburg by the Baltimore and "Susqiienanna ilail Road Company, &c. = ¦ I now would inform you, and ¦ your numerous readers, that .if the 4egislation you speak of is injurious, it has already been done, for, are you not aware that a Company has already been chartered to construct a Rail Road directly from York to Harrisburg? and, also, that a charter now exists, authorizing a Rail Road from Columbia to intersect the Lancaster and Harrisburg Rail Road, at or near Middletown 7 So you perceive, the Baltiinoreans have already the power to '; tap" the Pennsylvania Rail Road in two places, and the only question nom is, which of these several routes is best calculated to advance the interests of the people of. Pennsylvania ? Two markets are better than one, and every producer should have the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Prom tho VV»tlil,i|ioi, unlun. More FattH \n. Whig Prediction*! We give, to-day, a few more iVoM-hearted and inexorable facts, for the digestion of those sagacious prophets of Federalism, who predicted that nothing but calamity would result to the country from the operation ot the tariff of 1840; which, so far as it has been tested by -experience, has afforded equa,l favor in all tlie great interests of the country—^agriculture, commercial,' manufacturing, and mining. In lookingoverthe' yalualjleTlatistics which occasionally appear in the PhilaHetpMa, Commercial IAst, we find in the number of that journal, bearing date January 22d, the following results of the iron mining and manufacture.in Pennsylvania, viz: . 1847. 1810. Eieeu In Excen In 1847 over 1846 over 184C. 1847. Pounds. Foundfl.' Pounds. Pounds. Tig Iron, 185,115,270 150.918,633 34.1BB.e37 Wrouglll Iron. 74 244.763 39,365,242 32,579.521 Nails & spikes, 19.558,777 10 627.736 8,931041 Blooms, 0,290,070 9.710,73...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

*-Ti-ir -t~- iiflfiffimff**f*ffnfflilHn*i^^^ffir *^ ff vi" r-rir~ ifUM Both (Wfcn .J WN«w wtant mi on tho 94th ultima oltotwl » tjnitod State* Senator from Lgul>ltm,ftr lix yean, from th« #> of J%eh n«xt, In place of H»»bt Jo«»w* (whig,) i#>«e jtorroSrill wtptre, Thes(j^t«toaJ: jg, f» *¦* " " *' »>''%* S**- ***>¦ Dnnetn F. Kennor, (fab) « 8t 61" II. ftiNicholM^o. *- ft X ' " ¦ _ Piegggoule,^. I*^^ Jj> This resulf u as gratifying, us it was unexpected, there being a Feder«lp)BJQrity in the Louisanfl legislature. Mr. Sodlx is by birth a Fnnditnon, ^4».ooe,pf.tlMe;r^rtelftquestj^^r^&WAJC; baters in the Union. He was in the U. S. Senate at the last session, by appointment from the Governor, and by his brilliant talents left a most favorable impression on the Senate and country. The_elecrion of Mr. Soule by Whig votes has raised quite a rumpus in the Louisiana Legislature. The .Nc\v Orleans Bulletin, in a bitter personal article on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

For the Intelligencer. Behind tlie Time. Major Noah of New York tells of himself the following anecdote. When De Witt Custom projected that stupendous improvement, the Erie Canal, the facetious Major started the publication of a series of elaborate essays, in which he undertook to prove; 1st, that the construction of the work was impossible—and next, that, if constructed, it would he wholly unproductive to the State. Governor Clinton, nothing daunted by the Major's opposition, prosecuted the enterprize with redoubled energy and vigor. To employ the Major's own graphic' language : " Before I had half finished my Ettayt, Clinton had finished the Canal, uml it wus pouring its thousimdH upon thousands into thu public ' eoflbrd I" Here wus u wholesome I'xcinplilication of Fuct» vs. Theory. Some things may bu illustrated by others. And this unecdoto has u striking parallel, in tho establishment, in the city of Lancaster, of a newspaper, a perfect Leviathan in its way, for the specia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

man's Immortality. I cannot believe that earth is man's onl y abiding place. It cannot'be that our life is cast up by'the ocean of eternity to float a moment upon its waves and sink into nothingness! Else why is it that the glorious aspirations, which leap like angles from the temple of our heart, aje forever wandering about unsatisfied ? Why is ft that the rainbow and the cloud come, over us with a beauty that is not of the earth, and then pass off and leave us to muse upon their faded loveliness? Why is it that the stars who hold their festivals around the midnight throne, are set above the grasp of our limited faculties: forever mocking us with unapproachable glory. And finally, why is it that the bright forms of human beauty are presented to our view and then taken from us, leaving the thousand streams of our affections to flow hack^n Alpine torrents upon our hearts I We are born for a higher destiny than that of earth.— There is a realm Where fainBoWs HeVer fade) Where th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Late ft-oiu Texas—Indian .War tare. Bloody Figlit betxeeen the Delaware* and Camanches —Twentyfive Delawares Killed—Defeat of a Marauding Party of Camanches. ^ ¦ Petebshdbo, Jan. 31, 1848. The Overland Express that 'arrived here this morning, brings New Orleans papers of ;the '25th inst. - , ; The steamboat Globe arrived at New Orleans on the previous day from Galveston, bringing dates of the 22d. A war had broken out between the Delaware and Camanche tribe of Indians, and a bloody fight had taken place, in which Xbt fbimer were defeated with a loss of twenty-five warriors; The cause of the war is attributed to .the Delawares having encroached upon the hunting grounds of the Camanehes. ¦ • The loss of warriors will probably excite the - Delaware Nation to revenge, und they will probably raise a large force to carry on this new Indian ' wur. ¦ . ' .- " A party of Camanches had stolen twelve horses from the eump of CupL Gillette; on.the Scio, koine ; time siiieo, ueul. Co/.v.cne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Rights of married Women. lhe lollowng bill for the more effectual protection o£t)ie rights of married wdmen, has been reported by the Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives: AN ACT TO ZXEHPT HEAL ESTATE or JHHEIED WOMEN FROM THE DEBTS OF TMEIK HUSBANDS. Section 1. Se . it enacted *cThat the laud. tenements, and hereditaments, which shall beloue to iiti . v women previous to lief Marriage, or whieR shall turtle io her by *m or descent Sufing cttret " life, shrill be iVtsu irum all liabilities of debt! »f the liUsliaMd bf said Wuinan, allll the same shall lot lit' seiwd, sultl, uf hetiuesttiferi. by viMue trfitnv e*t^ «Ul 811, Ur Writ BhHiy Mild, Wlliull Shall lsSB« ilglllHSt miS'u" r' ' M l|lt! "l! *;t!f i1 judijinWl stall \m «h= ffi !'B ll .| iBjit«»t lilt' liUMtiuiid aiul «Ut)-J»iiiu*, liiH Um " ivui 'ii I itt.fl ll8l ""'IIB W lmlli !! 8 UF »ftW p "1 ' f''"»«>> ; Uiitltiffleirt «kll: bH 11 ieu iiyuliiHi niinat »» 11, n.V'" II11 *'^' ««H«»!to III 1 t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

' , Fur the Lanctiter nneltlgencer. Tlie Democratic Party or Iitkncas-. ter county. . . Much.reat surprise has been manifested by distant pdlUieal btetkwu, at the sKniliig diffcfenee of setltltnent la the dSttieiifatlc party bf Lancaster county, Ta mem, it Bemdefaey that has wan great relloAvll by Its fBfllief BlemlfrtstlleSs allll UHtlH' liiiity. Haw seems afiileli'u with tlie mast niiplBa= sum BHihiimalufal liitesline brails, fuanubsef w, hewevtif, wlie U eepiiiaHt nf the (ilraeeeiliiujs ef (he patty fej thelml ftw^Hiiths, the eoiUfafy must hilly appear, It it true thai there li un op= iwsilkiii nwrte te hvm Bra****, anil that this ap|W«ithin h»« iftHPfly wftK?(| warm, mid f«iteil tarn (ommelteii, M it i* nat «t all mtonMiing, (hut «n HflSKpeetwl, or an nnnniHrot phenomennni Ktmnlrt mm ejioitomont »ml nniw, It li no wwmial Bpmirronoe fur r mmfo minority to cr««e Aotloui tumult. 0no »jw«t»«y (Vom »n wloptml cailo of political at rtliglaHi principle^ cames mote oornmatlwn than...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

York County for Buchanan. The delegates to represent York county in;the 4th of March Convention, were chosen at the regular County meeting, in August, and are, viz: Senatorial—David Small, York borough. Representative—James M. Anderson, Carrol; Wm. S. Picking, Dover: Stephen McKinley, L. Chanceford. The delegates are the decided friends of Mi-Buchanan, and the meeting at which they were appointed, passed, unanimously, the following resolution, viz ¦ . Resolved, That the ability and discrimination which has characterized the ofh'cinl conduct of Jutnes Buchanan, the efficient Secretary of Stnte, causes us to point to him with pride unii exultation on tho favorite son of the glorious Old Keystone—and we lonk with plcusuro to the period when Nraonnl gratitude shull confer upon him higher honors,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 8 February 1848

Appointments by tbe Canal Commissioners. Col. William English to be Saperintendent of the Columbia and Philadelphia Eailfoad. The re-appointment of this intelligent and indeiatigable officer is warmly approved by the public, to whom his economical and efficient! management of the important work under his charge, is so well Known. Than Col. English, the State has never had a more capable and attentive officer. Col. William Mateeb, of Carlisle, to be Inspector of Cargoes at Columbia. This too is a capital appointment. Col. Mateer is the junior proprietor of that sterling sheet, the American Democrat, whom we have long had the pleasure to know as an active and efficient Democrat.

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