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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 8 November 1845

Kr I'boM_, who forward Five Dollars shall receive olevon copies—Ten Dollars, iwonly-lhreo conns—Twenty dollar*, FIFTY copies—reducing Iho price to forty cent*, Tor a vblifrtid of 500 png ' ca tO"A title page nnd contplote indei Will ba added ot tho end ot the volume, lo mako it the more convenient for future reforoncc. " THEOPHILUS FISK. _JEfiSE E. TOW. . Washington. August 12,1845. . _. _ . , _, i . t , _, i __ ' ' *

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

' -: ' "' . '*^ ' _. i:it«it'iult|b ' _^iibe ' ' :a_^es. '' " , . . Returning from morning prayers in.one _»f _mjr western colleges, (whic_)i at present •hall be nameless,) ( called at the post office (• inquire,ij any letiein tia«l Arrived for me in the last mail. There was none. _{ turned_^ a nd was, about to pass on, when my attention was .arrested, by (be sudden blaze pf joy which seemed to light up the _couptcnance or pyoung man. who had b?_$p remarkable,' throughout the _sessfonj for his dejected _»nd melancholy aspect and. lonely habit*. , * You _ihutf._have good news lber,e, Alt fred,' said I. * _Vo?, Frank, by _Jpvo! news of the best kind,'.washis reply, ( . ' I am glad to «eey_«u in; such line hupior lo-chjy. ; cpmo. ' Widk down <o toy room,' pnil _asj ?pok_«, I took hu_(d of his arm. " 'No, thank you. I must go am] answer this letter, for it demands an, immediate reply,'was bis response, , 1: Well, _buf do you suppose I have .no paper and ink in lay room? com...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

Atlantic & _Pacific Itail _Kojirt_' . upon a foute I._W/ould ' Iike«to pass to'tlie _Missouri, and _vt_/Kh compass in^^ hand^'_thMtf it within five miles of the placti started fei-V By Burr's Map of Wisconsin,'embVa ' cing Iowa, &c. (which I found more _corr ' e _' ct ' thap any I have seen.); we crossed) . tbe Turkey riven at Fort Atkinson, ' Noith'- lat. —. deg. 15;min., thence , 'wc\ crossed' the different branches of tho Wabisijiinica _' and the Cedars inabnut the samelatitude ' to Clear lake, in West ilong. 03 (leg. $25 min_\ thenceNorthwesterly until we carpel to a branch,of. the St; PeterfB,'riinnihw Northeasterly. I will _tvere: remark that w3» did opt find the Cedar's or St. ''Peter 'd' branch to.correspond with) Burr38 br.anvl map,I _bavp seen;- •_ThencaJdueM _' Jestw the pes Moines _< in _lat. 3,4 dfcpj2_? )&lln;»,i and west ior.g. 93 deg.; whtoli _' _sfroB' ma'W*' crossed by felling _tiees ion ,i: bridge, ^' _Thence due , West to a nu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

Tho .iDEMOCnATICf ;llA'NNCU'/ is _pUbtislieii wetkty on W ednoadDyhiornitiggVai 82 _poj nnrium •r-o, 8jl 75 if paid i" wlvahcc. - | ; -, . ,- ..: ; ; 7_<p paper c(_in bo discontiriucU (_unlekf ;a< the op-, tjon ' _pl this_^ _^ cdiwrltintil all,arrearages aro paid. ' _tO_^Adycrtisomen ta, &c..atitho , itBualr ' a(ca. ' * : ' ' 1 in - - - - •'¦"

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

and almost lev*! plain. The soil ol this vast wilderness is ,_os rirh asjlcan be; _Sotte richer.. In the *»h»le dis_<ance I did riot see one half ncreol u*ele»» or bad land '--all covered with \b*» finest _ofgraKses for cattle, and wjien rorvd, _gov_)d bay. The farmer will want but the plough, the seed, tbe sylbeand Mckl f. A* 'fiir the-Cedars, (ninety miles west of the Mississippi,)are Considerable tracts ol «oud timber, , but none beyond,, to the MUwimi, and then very little till downMo Fort'Leaven worth,1 _aad than only _ahout three miles wide, and soa>(\ tiptes not,e . on the rivei ; but coals are abundant and the i>iowth of limber so natural, that, without fires, (which now spread oye_^lhe whole; _pra ' pie yeatly, consuming Vvejv, thing,) in fifteen years (he whole, from liver to r.iver, would be one dense forest. •- >_, From the Lake to the Mississippi the lands are good, route feasible, and an abundance of timber, which must be there _prepared...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

14 Day* Later fVom Mexico. By the arrival ol Ihe U. S. brig Somers and the steam frigate Mississippi at Pensncola on (he 29ih bit., the editors ol the New Orleans Picayune are placed in possession ol files Itom the city ol, Mexico to the 12lh of October—14 days Itiierthao were received at Havanu bj the royal mail steamship Avon. That paper says: We have sought in vain for _unvthina to indicate Ihut there has occurred nny improvement in the affairs ol Mexico. On the contrary, she is plunging deeper and deeper into difficulties, and a powerlul patty clamors for the overthrow ol ihe present administration. Sonoui, too, is in a state of insurrection. Durango is overrun with savages, arid poor Mexico looks utterly prostrated. The Siglo draws a melancholy _ptctuie of the state in which the frontier departments of the Republic are placed. Texas ami Tamaulipas, it says, are invaded by the Anglo-Americans; Sonora is distracted by an obscure but dis _astrous war; Yucatau is impeifectly ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

TALL CHEAT INa In the Bankrupt Court of N. Y., there are three hundred and ninety petitioners who have not been discharged, and three hundred and fifty-six who are opposed by creditors. Out ol the number of 2,650 bankrupts, there are 268 whose debts were over 8100,000. and 12 over a million each. 01 these latter, the largest was one ol the Messrs.,Jusephs, whose liabilities were 85.781,000. The whole amount of indebtedness issued out by the operations of the law, reaches the enormous amount of one hundred and thirty millions, five hundred and eighty thousand dollars. They describe themselves as follows:— Merchants _* 726; clerks, 405; mechanics, 372; nn> occupation, 161 j brokers, 85; farmers, 47; gentlemen, 40; agents. 31; physicians, 26; lawyers, 18; office holders, 15; auctioneers, 12; laborers, 11; victuallers, II; other occupations, 500; residing in the city of New York, 1,900; do. out of Ihe city do. 650. New Route to China,—The Concordia, L_* , Intelligencer,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

From tho Saturday Evening Post. The Oregon _Qnestion. It seems to be evident, by this time, that the geneial Government intends to assert the right of the United States to the whole of Oregon, up to 54 degrees. The Washington Union—speaking officially, no doubt—says: "The whole of Oregon or none—this is the only alternative as an issue of territo rial right. We wholly deny the break in the American title at latitude 49 de-3tees. We hold thaC our title from 42 _egrces to 54 degrees 40 rnin. is one title. and, bs we believe, a perfect title against Ihe world. As the question has been discussed for a quarter of a century between us and England, we are not aware of one argument—scarcel y ol one phrase purporting to be an argument—which carries our t\le upjjp4_tTueg. and there slops. We _clarnvils matter ot right the territory drained by the Columbia rivei. In the view of the law,of nations, this territory being unoccupied, has its distinctive character and unity as one region, in ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

U. S. SATURDAY POST New volume, new type, old friend ships, and new attractions. THE publishers of the United States Saturday Post feel constrained to make again ihoir acknowledgments lothe reading public fur Ihe liberal support which iheir paper receives. To show that they are not unmindful ofiho roiurn which •ucli patronage now require!, il would bo entirely sufficient lu refer the reader to tho established character of the fireside friend, which ii pro-cm inenlly tho dengnatioo ol this paper. . At a nnwspapor depondont npon public patronage, 'growa by what il feed, on,' the publisher! Caller themselves thai, ihe Poll _haa increaied (n interest and value, with the steady and gratifying support which ham beon accorded toil, for a period of a Quarter of a Century. In ihia lime, which haa served for the life and death of whole generation! of periodical!, ind the rise, meridian, and declino of many a rival, tho Poat _haafcepl tho even lenor of its way . by ila pwn _lnirinaic hta...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

CHAIR-MAKINC & _mousa _v Attsr'CNiEi©* CHARLES MILLER, ' having purchased the establishment of C. U.Watson, respectfull y informs the citizensl of Clearfield and its vicinity, that he is noW carrying on the above business in all it* branches; and as he is _deterrnined to manufacture in the best style, Chairs, Settees, &c. on reasonable terms, he hopes to merit and receive a liberal _shate of _palrortage and support. ; T: ' N.B. Country Produce taken i f **v change for work,- and • liberal, discount made for cash. ' -.. v' P" ^'-:..'. ' .' ; Sept. 20, 184 5, ;_- .,. _-;;' ¦ ' •' ¦ •' ¦ •' ¦

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

Lawrence township, sometime in September last, a brindled Steer, supposed to ba about three years old; The owner is desired to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take htm away, otherwise he will be dealt with as the law direct*. JACOB PYLE. Oct. 30, 1845. s_^_att ray Steer. CAME to the residence of the subscriber, iu

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

'' ' _" ' - ¦ • s_^_lfirAwiiient_^-r;^ ,; For tho Democratic _PannerV Messrs Editors :—In looking over the ' Banner' ol tbe 1st instant, I noticed an article headed ' A Disclaimer,' signed by tho Rev. Kliis Welly, charging me, in connection with J. A- Cathcan and others, wilh sircolaling-through different parts of this county, " a base and malicious falsehood.'' in confidently asserting that he, the said Mr. Welly, had taken a bribe from Messrs. Wright and Welch to electioneer fot them for the respective offices for which they were candidates. With what Mr. Cathcart ami others may have stated about the matter, I have nothing to do ; but so far as relates to myself, I wish most explicitl y to say, there is not one word of truth contained in the article written by Mr.'Welly. I never did confidently assert any such thing—but I did say, that I was credibly informed, that Mr. Weltv told John M'Cord and Joshua J. A truly melancholy accident occurrrdofi Friday evening Inst i_|l the...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

' .,:.' ;;,L.ist mlMtxisti, j_#&r&«\. ;' . ,-.. Drawn for _December Term, L845. Wiljiam Sipitli Farmer.,(^_C;qy, iogion YViJIjamBell . _: . d o, .,„ .-.Bel!,: _iJames Spencer , , ,,,, . do *.:! _bnPifc_?., ¦, Win Cathcart ,.: , do ;, _t._Jprdpri _Andjew. Peters do ,•„. iP railfp,rd, WinTThorp Merchant .Bell , SaipuelFpllerton. , ._^arrner . , Pike, ' _Pickerson C_. ole, • _¦ ; '" . .-. do . Karthaus John Hen ' ry "; ,. , dp ,7 Penn¦ _,. George Thorp J ¦ Carpenter Borough Ch'n Einigh ' , do Morris _Michaol Heilman Farmer _Burnstde Jesse Mutton do do Elisha _Fenton do Penn.. John P Dale do Pike GeoVge Bucher Tailor , _Karthaus James Gallaher Farmer _Buroside Prancis Coudriet do Covington George Welch jr, do Pike Abraham Hoover do Fradford John Ilorki'nbe.rry dn _f F.-rgtMon Samuel M Smith do Hecxai in Wm Hepburn do Penn LIST OF TRAVIS JURORS. Drawn for December Term_* 1845. John T Irvin Farmer Pike Mordc'i Livergood do Girard Israel Nichols do ' Huston Robert O...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

To our Patrons. An intimation appeared in our lost number thai we had something more to say in relation lo the courts th» •_Bannsr,' would pursue under the par tial change of proprietors. We( regret _lhal circumstances forbid us prorais _itig any particular _Improvement in ihe appearance of the paper at _prssenl. No improvement, in this 'line, can ba made without nefv type ; but we pledge ourselves that, if our _pBtrons will coma lootir aid and raise us 8200 by ihe first of May nexl, wo wiU then publish for them a paper that, for mechanical appearance, shall be equal, if not superior, to any other paper within ihe interior of the Slate. They should do it They have ihe means, and their county pride should urge them to it. When we cay that Ihe political charac(6r of tho • Banner' shall undergo no change, we mean that whenever it does define its position, it will bo found en the Democratic Republican side; but as long as there ia but ot.e paper published in tho county, we consi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

NOTIC E I£)lLi_^ ^©(£>3Di3g IS ONCE MORE GIVEN, THAI FP. HURXTHAL has received a . fresh supply of goods to suit the present and coming season, arid, promises lo sell _upyn as favorable terms as any establishment in the county. Hist stock consists of of nearly every _description, bueh as cloths. ca«simeres, _sattinelts, Kentucky-jeans_, red, yellow,and whiienwoollen 'flannels, brown and white cotton flannels, silk warp lustre alpaca, black sndbcown a lpaca_, blark, brown and _greenimenno, checks of various qualities, ginghams, _mousseline do lame, crape de _laine, _balzarine, cashmere de cause, &c. &c. a good assortment of fanr_.v and _trimminc eoods. ¦¦'¦¦ DRUGS, A good supply of every description, , ;,. Nov a Scotia Grind- Stones. ¦ ¦ -j ¦ 0( the very best grit and quality.''- ' ' 'Call and see for1 yourselves, as thestftck will be sbld reasonable , Tn -excllfirigi?l 'fbV Wheat, Rye, Oais, Pork, Hides;''Fuf)t, and especially for the CASH. "' . ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

i gem o cr atf c ffa.nnet. C L E A R F1 E LB, Pa. Nov. 19. 1845. : Thanksgiving. Thursday of next woek <87'h _inet._) having hoon appointed by the Governor of ihe State _ns n dny of Thanksgiving end prayer, wilh a recommendation to sit clergymen lo _nssemhle their peoplo for roli_*. glous exercises, tho Rev 8 N. Howell will preach a sermon on that _occasliio in tho Presbyterian church, in this pUco. at 11 o ' clock, A. M. Democratic Meeting. The _Democratic citizens of Clearfield county are respectfully invited to meet in the court h.iuie on Tuesday evening of Ihe December court. A prominent object of Ihe meeting is In deViso some plan for the improvement of the present delegnia system- A general attendance is earnestly requested, By order of Standing Committee, M. NICHOLS, it. Ch_'n. Library Meeting. A mooting of tho members of the Clearfield Library will he held at the office of I. G. Gordon, on Friday evening nexl, for the purpose of making n •elecUon of book*, and e...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

H_?ads up for Dublin ! NEW GOODS. II & W. F. IRWIN have just recei J_9 ved anil opened, at Hieir old stand, as large an assortment Of as gnod goods, and as cheap goods,, as can be had from any other store in Clearfield county. Their stock consists of_v DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Hardware. Shoes ci Boots, Hals, (best quality) Caps of every vari 'Drugs, ely. Tinware. Queensware. Cotton Yarn, Umbrellas. Confectionary, ' Books (f Slationa-CLOCKS, ry. Brushes, Glass, > Oils, ' Looking Glasses, Paints, Varnish, Nails, * Sleigh Bells, Airtight Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Ten plate do. Stovepipe, Tobacco, bestquali- Sugar, best quality ty. , do. common, _fyc. The public are respectfully requested to tall and examine lor themselves, as liiey are determinedI Jo render all possible satisfaction to theirconMimers. All kinds of grain, limber, deer skins, rags, pork, beeswax, tallow, butter, eggs, hogs' bristles, Zrfc/esi furs, or even CASH, will betaken _inWxchangc for goods. ¦«..'&a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

Sheriff's Sale BY virtue of a. writ ol Venditioni Exponas issued out. of ihe court of Coroniop Pleas of Clearfield county, will be _exposed to ' public sale, at the court _hog\e, in the borough of Clearfield, on Mond _ay the 1st 'day of December next, a certain tract ot land _^ situate in Jurdbn township, Clearfield county, bounded as follows, _vix:—Beginning at an ash tree inthe/ line of land of Robert, Johnston', thence by land of Edward dimmeford and/Jime_^Johnston, south 50o __west 115 perches to a post, thence'by 'line of land warranted to Jacob Hourd north 50°~we»t 160 perches lo a post, thence 'by land of which tpjs was formerly part el .the same _survey _' oprth 50° east .115 perches_^to the place of beginning, containing 108 acres and 78 perches and allowance, the improvements being a dwelling house and stable, and about 20 acres of cleared land —-SeWd and taken in execution and lo be sold »s f,he property ol Donald Mc Donald by 7 <# ELLIS IRWIN, Sh'fl. Sheri...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

_^ Sheriff rS S»ic. ": ;"';: BY virtue ol a writ of; yehditi'jni Exponas issue'tl out ofjifhe. Court'ot Common Pleas of ClearHe'Iil! cbun'iy, to me directed, will, be exposed .to public sale at ( be court house, in the tbwn_._ot Clearfield, on Monday the l ' stWy _ot_' _O_^_- cember nfxt_.'a cVrtain'lra'tii_^oflahdlh'Gqslten township, Clearfield cbujity."bounded as follows:—Beginning at "a white pak the North west corner of _.tratt No. ;192}. thence west 123 p_>. to a post, thence south 102 ps. to a _chesnu't, thence e'_ast l*^P»i _(i> a diiesn'u't grub, 'thence along line ofNii. 1921 " n ' ortli to th_^ 'old White r>ak 'tor'neK' being part' of tract No. 1922n ;'trie" , i '^; provements being a frame'dwejliog house) a log stable and a saw-mi!!,'wlihubout 10 acres of tho land cleared, ' corituloiri _' _tV o ' rirS hundred and thirty-nine acres and 41 ps. Seized and taken in execution as, the property bl, Philip Bradford, and tobesald by ELLIS IRWIN. Sh'ff. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

SHERIFF'S SALE BY virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas, issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Clearfield countv, and to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the court _housr, in Clearfield, at 1 o'clock, P. M. on Monday the 1st day of December next, all the interest of the defendant in a tract of land situate in Covingtnn township, beginning at the N. E. coiner of tract No. 1896 at a _witchrhawl, thence S 29 _ps. to a white pine, thence W 76 ps. to a white oak, being the beginning of the lot conveyed by •?— — thence S 10 and two-tenth ps. to a post by a white pine, thence 179 p«. to a post, thence N 101 and two-tenth perches to a white oak bu9h. thence E 179 p«. .to the place of beginnine. containing 106 acres 134 ps" . and allowance.: _Seizednnd taken in _execution and. to be sold as the proper ty of Jacob G\ Lebn, by, ELLIS IRWIN,Sh'ff. Sheriff's office, Clear-?: . ' • ¦ ¦ '" field Nov. 3. '45. \

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