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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

POETRY BY m. j. hpadk. 'Twin _blnrkrst midnight, and the runhinR blast Impetuous boro the eddying elouds _nlonir Thoirglooniy pathway—Irom Iho troubled _Inlie The whllo woven l«ap'd nflrightfd to the shore ; The giant _mpngrrhs of Iho forctl groaned And writhed in seeming agony ; anon, Low, tullnn _multenngs were heard alar_. In ominous debate. Tho constant glare Of fitful nVho* lit (lie distant sky. Hovealing plain a ma or tumult; all Coded (ho fiercosl elemental strife. Tho weary wind abated, but tho quick And vivid flashes brightened, and tho roar noom'd _through the honverm louder, and thero slept In grand and gloomy _nilencc ; one by ono The lingo drops patlor'd on the d _^ umy enrlh, And mlenco retgn'd aga'n ; Iml soon the clouds Their laboring portals opnn'd with o crash i And furious torrents fell, while peal on po.il. From • Heaven's Arti))cry,' roll'd along the plains _. And blinding (lushes Mazed. The morning sun Koso sparkling in bis beauty, anil with soil And geni...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

ff jb _sa SB S-8 The " DEMOCRATIC BANNER" is _pubhshod weekly, on Wednesday mornings, at $2 per annum —or 81 76 if pnirl in advance. JVo popor rnn bo discontinued (unless at the option of tho cdilorfil until nil arrearages are paid. ft&-Adverttsementa, &c„ at iho usual rales-

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

MlfllgJ vote character ufisullied, ond,j»n enviable reputation as a legislator. ;^ "•' ¦ ' .> Major Patterson has had much legislative experience, _Tiaving/_Represented this Senatorial district three years, and having during; the sessions of 18413 and 1846, re_^_frteoteff (_RCi _^jihiy of ArriVstrbng' in ttre State . Legislature,, both of which sobirons he was chosen Speaker, the delicate and responsible duties of which he discharged with at2nalr aVititv, •anil to the eniif«^«_lj|til(cm>l_;hV|'fellpwrm_*mbera._or _ejl parties. H_/s experience and, repute- ' lionas a. legislator, willglve him great influence ori'lfi_£ floor' of Oo 'ngresj_«, from'the. _rno_' meh_^hif; rakes his seat—an Influence which _jhe nHbst talented can acquire_'on'y I in time. ¦ •' This consideration alone ought to have _mqch' weight in 'the selection ol » candidate.'fof Congress, especially in a _district where the principle i_»l rotation obtains s6: fully as it doei in ihhu ¦ '" ,'" Cfh th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

PRINCIPLES not MEN. Are the Republicans of Clearfield county an are that at the present lime they occupy a large share of public attention—that the eyes of their brethren throughout the Slate, and a large portion of the Union, are centred npon them! They expect you to do your duly as becomes freemen, and csst your votes _fot measures no\ men. Will you disappoint _theit expectations? The fact is now known to every person, that bad the Democratic candidate at the last Congressional election received the same vote in this county that the rest of the ticket received, our district would have been redeemed then. Will you commit the same fault again, and again assist to power the men who abhor and despise your principles? Redeem your character, democrats, and give your influence and your votes to Major pATTenaoN, who is equally talented, equally deserving, and equally wotthy in every respect, as the Whig candidate. When Mr. McKennan was the candidate of the Democratic parly, our op...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

The _Whig _iflee ' tiiiff. Two of ihe federal orator* took occasion (ogive us an especial notice at Iheir meeting last week.— We havo neither lime, room, nor inclination lo on-, swer—besides, thero is nothing to answer, Bui such speaking! Why, Mr. Btanchard cannot even talk any more; and as for Lin, until he performs the _opeFation of • eating a mile of rail toad,'or proves that the 'Banner's' course now is inconsistent wilh its courso in 1814, we shall consider him Ilie author or a fraud and a base attempt lo decolve his hearers. Tho best of Mr. Blanchnrd's effort, howovnr, was, his assertion _lliat ,o_»e of Iho reasons why Mr. Wilmotfwho was the only Congressman Irom Pennsylvania llialj voted for Iho rrtw Tariff, • wag hecaust he lived in a little lumlcr county.' — We lhank hirn for that. Il went home 10 many ol his hearers. Wo hope il will indues them lo investigate and examine for themselves, Mr. Gordon done the meeting some credit. He at Uasl made an attempt (no matter ho...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

Maj. James Bloom. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM B. FOSTER, jr. of Bradford county. It will bo remembered that in our potior of Ihe 181I1 August we Hated Ihat iho _abova named gentleman had pledged himself to abide by the action or the Democratic Nomination, and not bo a candidate for Sheriff, unless he _wae nominated, Thia, •latement was made lo _ue by hn _friendi_.ond those frienda bavo iince told u» Ihat Ihey aro willing al any lime to confirm what Ihey Ihon laid—and they aro mon whoso veracity no man will impeach. Notwithstanding this, it is said, ho is etill a vandidale—against tha nomination, and against his positive pledgo, too, which, we think, united, will crcalo o curroni a lilllo 100 strong lo surmount.'—But wo shall say nothing raoro at present, and wail (or ihe dovelopemcnl ot further events. CCTAn apology is due our readers for the lack of variaty in our columns this neck. Not publishing a pspor last week has been tho cause of this. FOR CONGRESS, IBon. Fin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

From Iho Pittsburg Tost. THE SHOEMAKERS & the TARIFF. The new Tariff act provides for a duly of thirty per cent, on Manufactures ol Leather, or uf which Leather i» a cotnpo nent part, including, of course, Bouts, Bootees, Shoes, &c. The act of 1842 levies a specific duty ol £1 25 on each pair ol men's Boots imported, without regard to their value or price. It is said that "figures cannot lie," and, if so, a resort to (hum can do no injustice : Tapi ffo f 1842. Tariff oj 1846. Duty on Moil's Boots coiling $3,50 $1,25 At 30 pr.cl. 81.05 do do ' 4.(10 155 do 1,20 do do 4,50 1,25 do 1,35 do do 5,00 1.25 d.. 1,50 do do 5,50 1,25 do 1.65 do do 6.00 1.25 du 1,80 do do 650 1.25 do 1.05 do do 7,00 1.25 do 2.10 do do 7,50 1,25 do i!.25 ' do do 8.00 1.25 do 2 ,40 It will be seen by the above _ooinpari*_- live statement, and which we believe to be entirely correct, that the act of 1646 levies a higher duty on Boots ot superior quality, and upon which, of course, there has ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

CONGRESSIONAL CONFEREE ! ' MEETING. ' _^T he bembcratic 'coolerees, representing i ' lie ' cj6 ' q_/ hV«»»^_r' Armstrong, ' _Builer,.CIearn_^ ld . aitd Indiana, composing the 24th Ctii|gVei(i.toriaryistticf, met at the bouse of Wih: B, Clarkp, ih the borough of Indira; on fhe 29th Jay of"July, , 1846 : ;. ;_ik he ineetibg was organized by appointing the lloh.A,; K. Wright, ol . Clearfield, President, ahd . Hon/F,( Canhoo, of Indian_^ "Secretory., ' .,.: ';_., ' ' , ' ., ' . ' . ' . ..;. _Tlie ful|owi,ng) nah>ed persons appeared ascoriferees: ': '' . ' .. ,. " ¦ "' •,.,, ' ., ¦'' . ¦¦¦¦ ' ¦¦'<¦¦¦ <;¦ ;• '_/Aririsfrohg coiihty-~,Jam_^8 Douglass & _R_9_bert 'W cintQ_»_h_, ., _' _' _'_, _, '. ' ..'i,'_\ ..,,. _, Butlerr-James G. Cairipbell, James McLaughlin., ¦ -,., _, Clearfield_^AiK,. Wright, J. T. Leonard. tTnilia' tia—MaJ!:_AJ 1UHV; Fv Cannon. On tnotioti,1 the1 convention proceeded lf> '; rHak_' e 'r mii ' rn'iha)t6n8 ' : '; ' _;r _'v '• ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

OUR TICKET—Its Selection. ' We now have a full Ticket, and it has heen fairly and harmoniously selected. It is compqjed entirely of FARMER8. — Patierson is .a . farmer—Worrell _andRey. nolds are both farmers—Stiles is a fsrraer —Read is a farmer, and Shaw is a _faimei; and they are all men of good qualifications, and fattliful Republicans. V ' The number of votes cast at the Primary election was unexpectedly large, and should forever silence the lips of those who are continually harping about (he ' 'borough /action.' ' borough dictation? &c. _^-c— By reference to the returns it will be seen that for representative,1 about which it was said there was so much intrigue and management, in the borough we were esadlly a. tie—so that, if there is a faction here, _thstt faction is divided against itself. We hopeto hear no more of this. Let it rest. The Democrats of the borough are never united ex:_ept when they come to.choose between Democracy and Federalism. Then they aro u...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

' Pauper Lawoiv It will be seen by the subjoined extiact from the Democratic Review for July, that the pauper labor of England is belter paid than the tree labor in the northern slave factories at Lowell. There ought to be but one feeling, (justly remarks one of our New,England _cutemporaries.) that of indignation at the infamously oppressive manner in which the female operatives at Lowell have been over-reached and crowded with Work:—Pennsylvanian. "'In relation to English manufactures, the wages ol operative* are higher than in the United States. The report ol the Parliamentary factory commissioners state, that the average labor in England is 69 hours per week for Its., or #2 64. In 78 the United States_^ hours for ' id*. -; or S2 40. The _aversge in Lowell is *1 50 per week; and $1 25 board, being g2 75 or lis 6d per week. These figures show that England has no advantage o\er the United States in cheapness. In the last two years a very great reduction has been made in the...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

Mr. Irvin ' s _Apostacy. The Butler Herald is mistaken . 10 ««• sorting that Mr. Irvin was never tun or elecled as a democrat. Hn was twice elected (in 1833 and 1834) lo the Legislatuia as a democrat, and was active in the support of all the leading measures of General Jackson's administration. In 1835, the year that Ititner was elected _Govetnor, Mr, Irvin was elected to the State Senate as tho Jackson, Muhlenberg, Q- ANTI-BANK candi date J Iris true (hat Mr. Packer was the regular democratic nominee. But he was a Wolf man. Mr. irvin was the friend of Muhlenberg, and was supported by at least two if not three out of the sis Democratic papers in the district. These are the facts of the case—and whether his vote in favor of the charier of Rimer's Mammoth Bank was in accordance with the will of his constituents and his own :consistency, or whether by thai act lie won the title of an apostate Democrat, _ne leave I for the people lo indue.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

ilaikdall & Weston, RESPECTFULLY inform the public that thev ars prepared to construct GRIST-MILKS, to be driven b) Wale* or Steam—CLOVEU-MILLS. PLASTER.MILLS. FULLING and SAWMILLS, FURNACE8, FORGES and ROLLING-MILLS. Pdtent Bellows, of Daughters _fy Wrights? plan, or the Cast Iron Cylinder. They respectfully solicit a share ol public patronage, Mr. Weston is agent for Derkey_*3 Patent Cast hon-Water Jf7iee/~_contiideied the best now in use,; • _ICPLetters mat be addressed to Cleir-Bield _Bridge post office, or to _Philipsburg, They will be promptly attended to ; and work done at the shortest notice. ' ,: July20_/1846. ;,.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

_oiiw_^a_©£ra k Lti '_persoo's _' Bre hereby: cautioned a /JL _Rainst purchasing a _notefof Twenty Dollart., dated about the middle of April last, g iven by the ' Subscribers to Jesse D. Majors, of "Boggs township, Clearfield county, as we_^h&ve'never received value for the same «nd are determined not to pay it _utlless compelled by ir/iie" _feotVrse of law, ;_i -ri' ¦ ¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦ JOSEPH _PUTEkS_/ ; .." ;;_i_^- _.f:- ¦ _; ¦ JONAS PETEttSi Bu6g8lp,Aug.22il846 . ; ' I ' _• .:/ <¦ ,- ;i/r_. ¦ :¦ ¦ _'- _¦ ..- —~ _.„ , _- „ , ¦ _' '„_, ¦ , ¦¦ — ii -, -_; P ARASOLS * UMBRELLAS at low rates at B., B, 0 * 6 P.'S.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

" ¦ .;¦ _SScwocitBtf c _asatt_^e ' r,; CLEARFIELD, PX. Smt. 12,1846.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

Sir. Irvin ' s Resignation of his _Senatorahip. Thero seems to bo a great misunderstanding of tho circumstances under which Mr. Irvin resigned his seat in the Stale Senate. We will _atato ihe facts, and leavo the public lo put their own construction upon ihem ;—and such statement is required to ?indication of the Democratic parly of this county, as Mr. Irvin and his friends are just now using every exertion to bring odium upon iho Democrats for the part they took in that matter. In the session of 1838-39, a United Slates Senator was to be elected. Mr, Buchanan was plainly designated as the candidate of the Democratic parly. All tho counties composing Mr. Irvin's district were democratic, and all (or at least Lycoming, Centre and Clearfield) had _spo ken in favor of him, or some other man friendly to the • IndependenlTreasury Sys tem.' In the fall of 1838. immediately after the election of Gov. Porter, Mr. Irvin intimated lo some of his original friends that if he was instruc...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

TO THE PEOPLE THE session of Congress, which hasjast termin_* _oted. will be lone nnd gratefully remembered b f all true republicans for the triumphant success of many of Iheir cherished principles and measures. While we heartily rejoice at the triumph of the principles which it bag been our constant effort to advocate and defend, and from which no prosperity, no adversity, can swerve us ; we _cenoot be _uns mindful of iho attitude in "vnreh we ore placed by o recent vole of bolh houses of Congress:—we al_» ludo lo the contemplated withdrawal of their patronage from the newspaper press. To 'this decision we cheorfully bow, sensible as we ore of the patriotic motives which havo led to it. But we> Irusl that this decision of Congress increases rather than diminishes our claim lo the support of a higher power—that of the people ; and to them we confidently appeal to aid us, by their patronage, in susiainiugat lha seat of government a journal that is inflexibly devoted to t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

Nominee Election. The following is the official result of the primary election in this county. No election was held in tho townxhipsol Beccaria, Burosidr, Chest, Decatur, Fox, Mutton, Morris aud Woodward. The election was held on Saturday the 29th _Aurjutt, and the return judges met in the court house on Tuesday _evening the 1st _mstanl. S. Johnson, E>q. was appointed President, and W.J, Il'inp hill Secretary, when the districts were called over as follows : Assembly Sheriff. -; _tzi i r !' I f i I Bradford . 17 21 37 2 Boges 25 :» 27 2 Brad v . 30 45 8 65 Covington, 10 9 1 Fereu-on, 18 9 7 Goshen, 8 8 Jnnlon, 14 I 5 6 4 _KarthiiiH. 4 4 Lawrence, 57 9 33 17 14 Penn, 6 7 13 Pike, 54 9 I 58 Bell . 27 12 1 13 Borough, 23 23 36 4 3 Total . 293 118 193 174 36 Commissioner. Auditor. - so ra t_« o = w 2 £ 5. _^ v2 « a. _<% — a. ~* 4 -i = r <t _~ - . - . • • Bradford . 20 19 27 _Boggn. 25 2 27 Brad y. 33 17 Covington, 10 Furguson, 2 5 10 1 Goshen, H Joidon, 15 Kar...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

PUBLICK NOTICE to the electors ol the county ol Clearfield, that a General Election will be held on '.he Second Tuesduy of October next, (being the 13th day ol the month.) at Ihe several election districts in said county, at which time and place the qualified electors will elect-One Person lor Cunal Commissioner of this Commonwealth. One Person to represent the counties ol Indiana, Armstrong, Butler and Clearfield, in the House of Representative!* ol the United Slates. Two Persons to represent Ihe counties ol Centre and Clearfield in the House ol Representatives ol Pennsylvania. One Person fur _Sherill of Clearfield counl*' One Person for _Commistioncr of Clearfield coanty. One Person lor Auditor of Clearfield county. One Person lor Coroner of Clearfield cuuniy. The electors of (he said county will take notice that the election will be held at the following; placer: For the dulricl composed of ihe township ot Law renco at the court _houae. For the district _composed of the l...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

THE RIGHT STRIPE. At ihe primary election in Ferguson township en tho 29th ull., a meeting was organized by ihe democrats there present for the purpose of expros. sing their opinion as to the duly of democrats, end which t' noy have done up very brsnen. When such a spirit animates the republican yeomanry of tbo land, who need fear the result. The officers of the meeting Were, JOHN HOCKENBERRY. President, David E»habb, and J. P. Hott, Vice Presidents, and James McCracken. Secretary. Resolved, That the nomination of Maj. FINDLEY PATTERSON as the democratie candidate lor Congress receives our hearty approbation, and Ihat in him we find a true republican, an able statesman_, and a firm and unwavering democrat, and that we will yield him our undivided support, and finally, that we _locik upon those pretended democrats who are opposing him, as enemies of republican principles. The Mormons. --Serious news in anticipated Irom Nauvoo. The Mormons Nlill remaining are threaten_, od wil...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 12 September 1846

A LARGE PAPER FOR ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. Now publishing in the city of Philadelphia, ScoTr' _n _Wiiklv Paper, a large size Family Newspapor, neutral ; n politics and religion, and devoted to Literature, Truth, Nows, the Arts, _Scionron, Health,Tern* peranca, Morality. Amusements, Mechanics, fcducalion, tho Farmer, Markets, Ac. Subscription prico, Only One Dollar a Year, when subscribed for in clubs ol _fivo, and less when over that number. W Remember—-Scou's Philadelphia " Weekly Paper" is not a reprint of any other. Tho maitor with which it is printed is nol taken, already set up, from any daily paper. TERMS pF THE WEEKLY PAPER. Single subscriptions, per annum in advance, 81 25 Five subscriptions, do do 5 00 Twelve, do ds do 10 00 One copy Weekly Paper, and ono copy ol Godey's or Graham' s Magazine 3 00 Ono copy of tho Weekly Paper, and on* of tho Union Magazine. 3 00 Two copios el tho * Weekl y Taper. ' and trvoot tho Saturday Courier, 5 00 Two copies of ihe ' Weekly Paper ' and...

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