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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

From the Camp. We copy the following letters ' from the Washington Union of Saturday last: Camargo, (Mexico,) July 23. "We are furnishing transportation for the army, a<id securing supp lies of forage on the route to M onterey; We have contracted for from 1,000 to 2,000 mules." (another letter fixes it positively at 1500;) "with the packing equipments complete ; and these, with the 500 wagons expected heie, will be ample for the marching column. A large portion of the 19,009 men of this corps d'_armtr. will be left"_^t.the different depots and entrepots, . from*Brazos- Santiago to China, about GO miles from this place on tho route to Monterey. '•The troops are now fast arriving here in our steamboats; and tho General will_, in all probability, move forward from here about the middle of next month, (August.) Now ' comes the commencement of those operations which will require all the capacity, skill and energy of our General to accomplish. The great difficulties of an a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

The Township Elections. Democrats, don' t forgot to altond your to'vnthip election THIS DAY WF.EK, (the 29th _insinin.)—This is a part of the procoodings of tho Poraocratic parly, with which tho whig- have no right, and we trust, no d-eiro, to inlnrforo. Let tho elections in tho si voral townships be fairly conducted, and the right mended to every democrat lu _moho his owd choice _botwoon lha _candidulOB A selection thus mode, will give general satisfaction, n> no democrat will roluie lo _scqiiiesco in Iho will of tho majority, expressed by bis Democratic brethren thro_, the ballot box. Such conduct would be loo much nftor ihe fashion of Ritner, Slovens, Ac. ic . in tho Buckshot Wur. Democrats should nil strive to promote the utmost harmony in iho parly, und whoever iho majority of that parly choose, should be as satisfactory to Iho friend, of ihe defealed candid' ales as to Iho successful ones. "ALL THE DECENCY. " ic Tho _Krllunninrj Fret Print, tho Whig organ of Arm...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

DEMOCRATIC MEETING The Democratic Hcpublicons of Clearfield eoun* ty will taku nolico that a ctmo/al cuunty meeting will bo hold in Iho court house on Tuesday evening Ihe IstSopt., for the _purpoto. ofmoro effectual*. I» organizing our parly _preparatory to the ap. pronohing _eloctioo. fiy ordor of Iho STANDING COMMITTEE. - GS*> _Tickefs! Wo have printed tickets (or all the candidates for nomination, and lhey are now ready for _distri_*. button. We hope oar country frionds will assist us in this work during Ibo coining week. THE WASHINGTON UNION. VV- will comply wilh tho _request of Ihe editors ot this vory ably cnnducled democratic _pspor, and publish thoir prospectus in our next. {0~Tho adjourned meeting ol die democratic cunforoci of this Congressional district met at In. diuno on Thursday last. Wo have waited until Ihe lost minute allowed us in hopes ol heariag the rCHiili, but wo are cornpolled to goto press without it. THE NEXT SHERIFF. Thoro appears to be a mis...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

Important from the Pacific CALIFORNIA PROCLAfMED INDEPENDENT OF MEXICO. In the Kingston (Jamaica) Journal, nf the 22d ult., the New Orleans Delta finds an article copied from the Despatch of the same city, which begins "Important from the Pacific," and goes nn : "We learn on good authority that accounts brought by II. M. brig Daring, announcesi the important (act that the inhabitants of Upper California had pronounced themselves imlopemletit of the Republic of Mexico, and placed themselves under the protection of the United States. Itis said that in _consequence ol this movement on the part of the Californian9, the officer in command of the American squadron, had hoisted the flag of the United States on this portion of the Mexican territory, "Vice Admiral 8eymour had proceeded to the southward for the purpose, it was said, of collecting his squadron, and wo should imagine that a collision must bo almost inevitable." The remainder of the article is made up of the speculations...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

From Che South. We received last night a full southern mail, bringing New Orleans papers to the 9th inst., late as due. We extract the following items of nevn:—Dem. Union. Bearer of Despatches to Com. Connor, —The Pcnsacolo Democrat of the 5th instant, says-— " We understand lhat important <^oyernment dispatches were received by this morning's mail, bj Captain Gregory of the United States frigate Raritan, to be forwarded to Com. Connor, off Vera Cruz, The revenue cotter Wolcott, Capt. Fatio, will sail (o-day for Vera Cruz, to carry thither an officer with said despatches." Irotn Havana.— 'The brig Confidence, _Coptam _Pleosaots, arrived at New Orleans od the 8th inst., fiom Havana,,having; sailed od the let imt. The latest news they had at Havana of Mexican affairs they received from New Orleans. -* Nothing is mentioned ia the papers ¦beforeus about Santa Anna and his affairs. From Texas,—the steamer Faohion_, Capt, FuUerton, arrived at New Orleans, •Dthe 8tb inst,, i...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

From Ver«i Cruz. By tho arrival at this port yesterday of the barque Elizabeth J., Capt. Howland, from Havanna, we have advices lo the Oth instant, but they are of no great importance. . A letter to the Philadelphia Exchange, dated 6th inst. Bays:—»»The Britisli war steamer Vesuvius arrived three days since from Vera Cruz, and reports it very sickly, there being throe hundred on the sick list of the British and American squadron together. Sho brought no newa rrom shore. Commodore Connor had run he Princeton in under the guns of tfie own, ond although they could plainly see that the batteries wore manned , _abo was not fired upon. Ho afterwards learned that the garrison was in a state of mutiny, and would not obey order*. " No mention ia made of lha movements or _nrdbablo designs of Santa Anna. ¦

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

fit's not the _ITlau. The Buller Whig Pim$. in an article in winch tho ediior ovidently manifests groat reluclanco in being compollod to support tho nomination of Mr. Irvin, _llie fodoral candidalo for Congress, gives ihe world llio following information. It is the last case of "unking up tht _toronp pasaengcr" on rocord. In speaking of ihai _gciitlsmnri_'it says : "He has never been schotled in the science of demagogueism, but in hit plain, _FARMER habits, always goes for his country—and we can give our OLD _PARMER a hearty support." Now, really, Mr. Whig, you djn_' l kuow your man at all. If il is tho ' present wing candidate fur _Cunjtoss you mean, you ure as touch mistaken in his liadc aj you are ia ihe tchool in which he was educated. Why, ho _nuvor was ettucaisrfanywhoro elso!

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

_luforihatioii Wanted. The ' Irish Volunloei' of New York _requoals us to publish tho following—" Information wanted of Francis Culmn. a nalivo of Killymao, c#unly _Tyrono, Inland, who _earno lo this?country siileen years ago ; when last hoard _ofha was in tho _Stulo of Pounaylvaniu. A*. ny _informatien of bin will bo _tbaokfully received by bu brother Janus Culliti. who with hi« ion, Jamoi Culliu, is _uow in Wow York, and in much •oust* to hew from him, if ditvclod lo this oflico.1 '

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

CAMP MEETING A Camp Meeting lor the _Ciouriiold Circuit will b« held on tho land ol Mr. David Adams, noar Clear_, field Croelt Briilgo—to commence on the 28lh of August_, 'llio location is just beyond Mr. _Ailam_'s house, in n small woodland to tho lelt ol tho Turn*. pike. It lias Hit! advantage ol being _nceessihlo from almost every _rjiinrW hy good roads, arid hcinrj quilo convenient lo several Sjirings ol water. Mf.muerh ol the Church, friends of religion, nnd lhc r-UBLic, are generally invited to attend. K. WliLTY. ll. HOFFMAN, J LLOYD.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

Bent o ct att c Banner. CLRAli' Fl E L D, _I_*a. _Auo. 22, 1846 FOR CANAL COMM1SS10NF.R, WILLIAM B. FOSTER, jr. of Bradford county.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

The Elections. Indiana.—James Whilcomb, _deni., is o lectcd Governor by a majority of 2,200.— Tho political complexion of tho Legislature is doubtful. Tlio Senato is certainly Democratic. Illinois.—James C. French, _dom.. is ofueled Governor by o majority of at least 10,000. Legislature Democratic in both _branches. ' Congress—I. Lyman Trumbull, dcm. III. _, McLoughlin, do IV. John Wontworth, do VI. . Lincoln, 'whig. Missouri.—Legtulat»ire certainly Dem ocratic. Congress—I. Jaa, B. Bowlin, dmi. Ul, —_ (_;i,-cn, do. It ia difficult to loll whether tho new Constitution submitted to tho people lias been accepted or rejected_. North Carolina. —(U n\^.m . ('vhig_,)'0-lecled Governor by a mrjoii'.y of nboui 7,-000. A voto wns tnjktm on th« inihjecl of erecting a Penitentiary nnd decided in tho negative, by about 25,000 majority. From present appearances it in _probiible there will be a Whig majority of about (i in iho Sennto, and 14 or It) in the House. Last feasion there was a li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

_^a ofilScsil Estate. _JfeA rff_^HE ' subscriber offers for _fmflBft -IL 8a _- c lne -ollowing Real _^^_Ma|ME3tato, . .yiz: Wo I.—A LOT OF GROUND, in the borough of Clearfield, beiog 43 feet in front on Second, street and extending back 150 feet to the Market house lot, with an alloy passing on the south of it, and with a story-and-a-half house and stable thereon erected, being part of Lot No. 79 in tho p lan of paid town. No. _S_5.-ALSO, A Lot of GROUND adjoining the abewe on the north side, being 43 feet in front on 2d street, and extendingback 158 feet to the Market house, with a TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING-HOUSE thereon erected, with a well and pump at the door, and other valuable improvements, being parts of Lots Mo. 78 & 79 in said town. • 3. ALSO, Hie interest in Ihe northern half of Lot No. 73, being '28 feet 8 ruches in front on Second street, and extending back 150 feet. _ftfo. 4. —ALSO,. His interest tn a TRAGI OF _IjAND, situate in Lawrence township, adjoini...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

W&Wb _IS&lSJTOa©^ Messrs. Editors. —As It has been the usual practice of the Democratic party in this cuunty to continue- their members of the Legislature for two years—and by the change ol the system of making nominations candidates are required to announce themselves. And Mr. _WonnuLi., our late representative, having not yet announced himself as a candidate, wc would therefore ask tho favor of you to publish the unmet ol Benjamin " Bonmll, of Brad y township, cs a candidate (or Assembly at Ihe_._ensuiiig election—subject to the decision of the Democratic party, on the 20th August, 1830. MANY DEMOCRATS t>/ Lawrence township. August 5ih, lcMtf.—-pd Messrs. Moorr. _$, - Thompson :—As it has been customary lor the democratic party to send their member of the Legislature two terms, (and wo are in lavor of adhering lo the usages of the party,) per mil us through vour paper tn announce the name of Col. WORRELL, as a candidate for re nomination ( Or the Leg...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

SHERIFF SALES BY virtue of sundry wiitsof Venditioni Exponas issued out uf the Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield county, and to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the court house in Clearfield, at ono o'clock, P. M. nn Monday the 31st day of August next, a lot nl ground situate within the borough of* Clearfield, bounded on the east b y lot No. 14, on the north by lot No. 15, on the west by 4th street, and on the south b y lot No. 13, and known as out lot No. —, containing (J acres ami 7.r > perches with a house and stable thereon. ALSO, lot No. 50, in said borough bounded on the cant by Second street, on the north by lot No. 49, on the west by an alley, and on the south by lot No. ."> 1, with a house and stable thereon. _Seized and taken in execution and to be sold us the property 'Jl Robert Collins. ALSO, A tract if hind situate in Decatur township, Clearfield county, bounded on tbe north by _Lutf of Oral/., on the soufh-eat-t by land ol Andrew Kcp...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

New and CBicap G-.O OB S THE subscribers have just received and opened n new and very general assortment of GOODS, at their old stand, which they will sell cheaper than the same tjuality oil goods have ever been sold in the county, ..Their stock consist* of DM'nciiflhS, OnOCERIES, HARDWARE, ' HVEF.mWARE,- BOOTS _$ SHOES,-> JiONNK'JS. IJATScV CAPS, UlWGS_._tyc f ,c Ore. A!! persons that have yet examined our stock, pronounce '.hem the cheapest ami best ever offered in the county,—at)d what " every body says must be trutP We will Hell good sugar lor 10 cents. best Bin coffee 12.], cash—-mu-lins Irom *< to 12 _s cents, calico' s from 0] upward, Molasne- :it (\1\ per g.ilfon—and every thing else at the same low iatc, Anv pcrnoii wishing to buy goods for cush will find it to _theii advantage to give us a call. KKATZKR & BARRETTS '_, _t' learficld Jul y 25, \*W, List of _Travcrs Jurors for September term. 18-16, Joseph Lyon * , Farmer, Brady, Jeremiah Miles, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

LIST of GRAND JURORS for Sep 1 ember term, 1840. WiUon McClure, Farmei_, I_' ike. Daniel Snyder, do Bell, David McCrackcu_, du do James Stiaip. Caipenter i'n> James Taylor, Sadler, Brady John Nelson, Fuller, do Samuel Trov, Fanner, do John Hollopetei, do do John Williams, do ._lorrfon Simon Thompson, do tin Horace I_'_ntchin, Luuiberman, (jinird. John Brown, Fanner, Moms. Wm VLephart, do do John Low, do Decalur Sitnon Dol p h, Sawyer, do Daniel Albert. Farmer, _nio James Thompson, do Chest. Thomas Bliss, do Hu«ton, .Jesse Williams, do Beccaria. Wm Bridgens, do K._arthau«. Francis Graham, do Brudlurd. John McCord, do l-"ggs, T B Davm, do Ferguson, Wm J Hemphill, Tailor, Borough-

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

REGISTER'S NO'fflCE NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN to Creditors, Legatees, uud all others uilerested, that the _following named accounts havo _beeo examined, allowed, antl passed by the Register ol Clearfield county, Mid reman: filed in the Register 's office-at Clearfield, and will be presented to the Orphani' Court of said county, on the 5th Monday ol August next, lor confirmation and allowance! lo wit : The administration account uf Joho Hoover and Jitcob Hoover, administrators of the catatu of Martin Hoover, late ol _Lawrance. township, dee'd. The _tstliuiiiiatratiou account of John Hoover cud Jacob Hoover, adiuiiasliators ol the estate ol George Hoover, late, ot LawtciK'c township, deceased. WM. C. WELCH . I._ffi 'r. Register 's _office, Clear- ) held. July 3U, _ ,lb4(i . S I¥A.TS. Beaver. Russia, Silk, Leg-Jt horn and Palm Leaf at *> B. B. &1VS.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

TRIAL LIST for August term, _lS4(i. William Flanagan us Edward iMeiSwcn J.icob Young vs John Wagoner. Levi Lul7, vs Al p honso Laconte Rudol p h Li ght vs Cl.'ti ilarnish. S Hegartv'_s _adiii_'_rs._tM A Campbell. William Devling vs A B Reed, adm'r ol Karlhaas. William Duulup vs Isaac Thompson. J Cadbury & wife vs John W Miller_, fgnatius Thompson vs J R & A Read. Robert _Rlehalty vs _Aaeph Ellis. J V Hart, ot al. vs G R Barrett. H Waple Sl wife vs _Jeose Majur. To these whom it may Concern! Take _IPartHcuSar Notice: THE subscriber requests those indebted to hi;.'. Id _wuujct fofwaicl and-settic their accounts, as he is in waut of money.tn iucct I113 engagements. ¦ F. 1\ HUUXTUAL May-IO, 1.016.,; "

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

* _aTakd. IS to have your _Tketii properly cared for ere they commence lo pain you. Ail scales of tartar should be carelully removed, ami il thero nre, any cavities iu y our teeth they should be properly filled, winch will effectually prevent any further decay- And to you «Iiiim ' Itvjlli uro ijoiii'. **uro you uuutiul tool ut dome Therelure you had better call and get a new set put in, either on Pivoi or Gold Plate. The above operation, _togelhcr uiih Exlractinir Teeth, and roots of Teeth, will oe per/oimed in the moot _scientific manner by Dr. A. M. _Hii.ls, who may lie lound at the office ul Dr. V\ m. P. Hills, in the borough ol Cleat field, on every Saturday, and during court-weeks. • ty-j* Prices Reduced. Ludies will be visited at their _residenci _, il desired. aug. l'-i—-c) ni_.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 15 August 1846

_Kaurittll <& Weston, ]"& liSPECTFULLY lulurm the public _~ _^i tha i thev _ars prepared to construct GRIST-MILLS, to be driven b ) IPalc or ._S/ecW!—CLOVER MILLS, PLAST F_.R-MILLS, FULLING «nd SAWMILLS, FURNACLS, FORGLS ami ROLLING-MILLS. Patent Bellows, of Dongltters §• Wri ght*' plait, "r the Cast Iron C y _lindtr. Thev rr.v-pectlully solicil U sliaie ill public pa'.i .._'...'ig", Mr. Wfston is .-igeni lor Ih'<l, _- ,y ' n Patent Cast Iron f^'ater Wheel—con si.lei id the bust'Bow in use. £C7'_*3_^.tter-s may be addressed to Cle«rfnel4 nridge post oliice, or to Plulipsburg. They will be _promptly _atiended to i and work dune al the »_tini test _notice. Jj!v -M). 1*11,

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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