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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

The Farmer ' s Corner. State ef the Grain -/Markets.—By ihe two last arrivals from England ii appeals thai all kinds of American produce "onlin ues lo advance in price in that country. In New York on the _3d inst., the price of Flour was g5 75 per barrel. Wheat _gl 20 per bushel. Corn SO &. 85 cents per bushel. Rye the same. In Philadelphia on the 5th insl.. Flour S5 50&.5 (52J. Wheal gl 18 & 1 20. Corn 75 _<V HO cents. In Baltimore the prices range a few els. lower than in Philadelphia. This, tho Farmors should remember, when they hear Whigs declare that the Ne\v Tariff has ruined the country, is nn ndvance of 25 and '30 cents on the dollar since ihe passage of that act. -9@&-TI1E WHIG _CiNAL COMM'R. James M. rower is presented by the Whigs as a candidate (oc Cnrial _Cottimis sinnei—a tnuii without known qualification_, except that he has become the lorlunale possessor ol a large »hare ol the Slate's p roperly in (he Erie Canal. The State,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

_JT© the _lulls ' Democrats, remember that next Tuesday—the 13th—is ELECTION DAY.— Let nothing prevent i our punctual alien dance. History tells _ns that Gen. Washington nevBr in all his life, neglected an op portunity lo exercise this important privilege of freemen. Emulate his good example, and if it possible for vou to do so, go to tho election—and go early — and lako all your democratic nei ghbors with you. Go as freemen — "unboughl by favor and b y fear uxiawed, " and can your voles only (or such men as aro PLEDGED TO CARRY OUT _lOUR PRINCIPLES. Ue deceived no longer b y voting for men of doubtful political character. Take warnfrom the past. Adopt ihe Indian ' s rule_, and when a man deceives you lor the first time say it is his fault —but if he deceives you the second! time, lemerr.ber it will be your fault. But above all, don ' t mistake the names of your candidates. The following are the names of nil the regularly nominated democratic candidates. Voting for any other...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

A NATURAL REMEDY Stilted to Ihe Hum tin Constitution, and equal to the _cureot evorv nl _nttte diHCn-e, _v\ill be lounrl in Wright's Indian Vegetable. Pills, OF THE WORTH AMERICAN _COLLKCJK OK HKAT.TIi. Those extraordinary Kills nre composed of plants winch grow *.p.ni! _jncuiiMy uu _.nir _ow n soil, ami ore, therelort' better iidapud in our constitutions lliin Medicines coiicocicd _friim l.ireign drug-, i n>wcvnr well it:«v miv ho c.w..;„,,iridod ; ;_tnd as _WRlCilir.S IMjIA.N \ I' _lihTAlU.i: KILLS tire louuded upon ihe principle that ihe huninn hodr is iu truth SUBJECT TO BUT ONK DISK.ASK.. ¦ namely, corrupt humors, and that said Medicine cures litis disease on NATURAL PRLNCIKLKS. hx j _cteanning and purifying Ihe bndy, it will ttc manifest lb ni. i( Ihe cnnsiiiuhnn lie not entirely cilinus ted. n perseverance in their use, nrrording lo directions, is absolutely certain lo drive disease of every name from Ihe body. When we wish to resiore n mvnnip or _tmni*» lo Icr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

iio Ihe _W hole Ticket. We hope tho Republican voters of _Clears field counly will honor themselves on next Tuesday by • Going the whole Democratic 7'ickel! from WM. B. FOSTER, jr.. down to the candidate for the lowest of _fiee. There should be no scratching of names where men vote upon princip les.— But with ono heart and one voice, assert your independence as freemen, and your princi p les as Democrats, by voting for all, and none but iho Democratic candidates. They ore all good men and true. They havo never flinched from their duly—but like good soldiers have ever etood by tho cause of their country through evil as well as good report. Such fidelity is now expected on the part of tho Republicans of Clearfield county. Then, Democrats, be firm—he active. Vote like Democratic fresraoD—regardless of personal favors — BUT FOR PRINCIPLES. You have never been defeated when you have been thus united, and you never will be. Therefore, let the language of the great Benton be onr motto ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

nod _eventuall y to gain and maintain the ascendant throughout tho Union, as thattho •'area of freedom" is _destinod to spread throughout tho length and breadth of the land. Wo bavo passed through the contest without ever alluding lo ihe private ch / hracter of any candidate. Their public course and conduct is all that we have deall with—and in thus dealing with them, wo have strictly adhered to the Truth,— We defy any _person to point lo a solitary assertion thai cannot be sustained b y clear and positive evidence. Fac ts—stubborn, irrefutable facts, havo been our weapons, nnd if Ihe political prospects of any person are thereby injured, ii in their fanli, not curs. In this republican land , no man should go to the polls blind folded—or,laboring under a misapprehension of facts.— Hut all should have tho li ght and the truth in all its purity.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

T© Assessors THE Assessors for (he different townships in (lie counly of Clearfield, (or 1847, will take notice that they are required to meet at the Commissioners _oflice in the borough of Clearfield, on Friday tho 16th day of October, A. I ). 1840, to receive such instructions in relation to the ensuing triennial assessment as the Commissioners shall deem _advisable. By order ol the Commissioners, H. P. THOMPSON, CVk. Comm_'_rs Office. Clear- } 'ield, 5(h Sept. 1846. $ Meeting of County Comm ' rs. PERSONS having business to transact with the board ol Commissioners of Clearfield county, will take notice that said hoard will be in session on Friday the lGih day of October next. Attested, H. , P. THOMPSON, CVk. Sept. 12, 184G.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

COM. DECATUR'S REMAINS. A very interesting correspondence ap pears in yesterday's United States Ga zette, between Mrs. Decatur, the relict of the late Commodore Decatur, and _MessrB. F.S- Smith, and H. C. VVi_'.ctix, of this city, in regard to the propriety of removing the remains of the gallant dead to Philadelp hia, according to the request of the Commodore, while living. He was bern in (his city, and his wish to be buried in the yard of St. Peter's church, near the remains of his parents, will be carried into effect, we are desired to say, in two or three weeks. The ceremony will be performed in a manner worthy ol the services ot the hero and the gratitude of the country.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

THE MALCONTENTS. There is a certain race <l politicians who are not unlike a certain bird called Ihe Pelican : unless it has its craw well filled, continues making a most frightful noi«e. These men are attached to all partips, Bnd arc always found on the increase immediately after the ticket is settled or the public patronage is distributed. They swear vengeance, and would have some people believe they really possessed influence. It is this class ol croakers who are exceedingly anxious to deleat the election of Wm. B. Foster, jr. Heed them Dot, felliLw Eemocrats. They are men of 'princip le in proportion to their interest.' [IJarrisburg Union.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

GROCERIES KIUIZLK & BARRET'IS" have just received a Iresh suppl y ol Cof lee, Tea. Sugar iy Molasses. Oct. 3. Jlpprenticcr Wanted. A Boy l(i or IT years ol ii»e, who can come well recommended, will be taken a« an apprentice to the Blacksmithing Business, and a good chance will Ue given. Application should be made immediately. THOS. BEERS. Oralismton. Sept. 30, 1816.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

M.MlHll.O- Oil Thursday la_.i. in Goshen ii.wnship, by J. I., Cuttle, Ksq , Mr-Kobkiit Wiiitk lo Mi" A A. Cki«sma\. LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the P.,si Office at Clraifie'd, Oct. 1, 1*4(5. Cox Wm. Diesslcr I). Daniel Wm. for Nancy Wail, Kvnson _.lolin Oiler Alinira Hes< Julio Lamb Freeman Reed Aiims A. Sewell Samuel Shepherd J. C Thompson James Thompson _Itulus Wallace John Wood Wm. _WjiiIb Mon«icur, ckC.-_£ 1(5 \\ M. L. MOORK. p. m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

tO**Cap:ain Leavitt, and his _company of twelve men, that left Arkansas last spring for California, have at last been heard from. The Little Rack Gazette publishes a letter from Capt. L. dated at Santa Fe, June 20, from which it appears his company had a pleasant trip to that place, and were received and well treated by Gov. Armijo and the citizens. "They were to proceed on their journey in a few days. Capt. L. speaks very favorably of Santa Fe and its inhabitants. Extra Rascality.—Some of the effects of the late Lieut. Cladbuurne, who fell fighting gallantl y for his country in the battle of _Resaca de la Palma, were shipped from New Orleans, and recently arrived at _Eastport by way of Boston.— While (hey were on board tho steamboat, some scoundrel opened the travelling trunk and stole from it a small g old watch, chain and key. and a gold ring_, presented to him b y his mother, at\d bearing her initials. A Dkteiuhnation or Blood to the Head, ns it is rolled, run lie accour...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

PROCLAMATION V17-HEREAS. By an act of the Gen-V 7 cral Assembl y ol Pennsylvania. entitled, "An Act to regulate the General Election within this Commonwealth"—it is enjoined tin the Sherills of the different counties to pive public notice of such elections, the place where to be held, and the officers to be elected:—Therefore, 1, Ellis Irwin, Hig h SheriH of the county of Clearfield, do hereby give

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

_k_^_iULlL _3_i_!L;_£_OTM)_£ Fellow Citizens:—I offer myself to your consideration as a candidnte for the office of SHERIFF, a( the coining fall election, and if elected, will endeavor to discharge the duly of said office with fidelity. JAMBS BLOOM, sen. _Aurjust 5th, 1846.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

Mr. Patterson' s Talents. We continue to hear of the efforts of the whigs to create the impression on the public Mind thai Mr. Patterson's talents arid *uali6citione, are inferior to those of Mr, Irvin. In order to atop tho mouths of all such, we need only direct the attention of the people to Mr. Patterson ' s conduct as Spoaker of the . House of Representatives during (he two last sessions. According lo Mr. Magoehen, and ono or two other leading Whig members of the House, thoso duties were discharged in a "most able, dignified and impartial manner, (here being but one singlo appeal taken from his decision during (he entire session—and that was withdrawn without taking tho vote—a fact unprecedented in the history of Pcnnsyt vania Legislation." Is such a man unfit to represent us in Congress t Show us a parallel in tho life of Mr . Irvin.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

| NEW PROSPECTUS, 1846. DR. WM. P. HILLS _»e8«d_^^_wiiw i_^_t , 11_^ _' c_^ Formerl y the U. Suites Saturday Post. ,„;„ „, j )rnciice. medicine and surgery, fja(. nill? AT _INnilCRMKNTq 'tcr * nilp i,,!,f ' ,hat froln ,f "i2 experience in - GRLA 1 INpUChMLN I S. ||)e bilS)t)CS,i „„,, ,j y c!oHI,nppiicarion ,0 Tho publishers of lli»Sal.ir(lay Evening Post offer - _, , „, „,-, _- _, parronn,rfJ . o now _ririwpreins lo _llrerr Iriemln anil llie piiltlm.— r 1 n ¦ J,, iliimliiyol' nnws]in[tcr onlcrpriso _lltcy aro ilelcr- He «>«}' be _loijllil lit nil times, _whorVhot mirierl lo _inniiilain llieir old rr>;nit»lion, A; _Iteej) _nlirwl pr_«fee"ilcr'rll/V absenf, ill his office or at his ol nil enmppliiors ! l- ' ur (_jtittricrol a i-entnry ilipl_'nsi },,. _¦ „„.„ o.i " ,,, „„;,lB„r,m,-i»ii. , l,,is been ihe most dumbly ,l0,.„!,,r ol (l.o woelJy , ";'"; ' ' " _, " _-_?d Sire el, ri'nrly opposite the nil) , ncwspn|ir..rx,-nnd il'en|iitril. _erilnrprisn. _rinil n linst ol jail...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

Sale off Ileal Estate. ** _Jfe 3ik _nipiIE subscriber offers _^_OTjTl l_^ IL _flulp 'he. following Real )t for cal * llfo. i.-A LOT OF GROUND, in he borough of Clearfield, being 43 feefiu front on Second street and extending back 15t» feet to (he _Mittket hou«e lot, with an alley passing on the south of it, and with a stmy-and-n ball house and _stable thereon erected, being p;irl ol hot No, 79 in (lie p lan ol _Fairl (own. i_%0. 2—ALSO, A lot of GROUND adjoining the above on Ihe north side, being 43 leet in front on 2d street, and exlending buck Lr >0 feet to lite Market house, with a TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING-HOUSE thereon etected, with a well and pump at the door, and. other vnluable improvements, being parts of Lois No. 78 6c 70 in «aid town. il. ALSO, His interest in the northern hull ol Lot No. "8, being ~ _> 8 feel 8 inches in Iront on Second _slieet, and extending back ISO feet. _IVo. 4 —ALSO. His interest in a TRAC'I OF LAND, situate in Lawrence township, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

FROM EUROPE ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WHS TERN. iIRL'_4 0 8TUFFS A I) . VANfClNG. r '., Krom iho Vcnitnylvaiiiiin. The Great . _Western steamship _iirrived al New York ye*tonlay, about ten o ' clock, Irom Liverpool llie _12 ' iii September, und her news was immediatel y telegraphed In ihisriiy. The.ship experienced tremendous Kales, lost lier wheel house, quarter boats, ice house, and suffered much other tlama&e, but at no time was in _danger. Hy this arrival we have- our dies ol 1<»" don papers to the Illh, anil Livnpool in ihe 12lh inst. . There is no political news of importance. The markets, foe alf description* "' American produce, were advuncing. I he news from India is ol rather unexpected interest. The victories which the Mm* ish army achieved on (lie banks ol iln Sullej , have not resulted in thai amicable _iirrangcmen! and profiMblc selilrmi'i.i which was hoped for bikI premium rh boasted ol. _Ghoulal) Sin"1 ! find* liim._rll beset by pecuniary difficulti...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

THE MEXICANS. A correspondent of Ihe New Orleans Picayune, writing from Camargo, says : "I have been _walking about (own this evening, looking at the Mexicans as they were ' doing up their chores lor the night.' A little back from (he plaza, ( Ik* streets Were filled with herds of goats and sheep. They herd these two useful animals together, and they seem so much attached to each other, that -' separating the sheep Irom the goats' won hi be asltanl work in Mpx-' ico as drawing a correct dividing line between the Indian and Castilian races—These Mexicans are a primitive pruple in tbeir habits. They plough their fields with crooked sticks drawn by oxen, with sticks for yokes, lushed to their horns.— They grind their com and mix their dough bolh in one operation, the only instance in which they go ahead of the Americans, and bake and eat it all at one sitting.— The idea ol sitting down belore a dish _<i| whole corn, and carrying awaj a portion of it in ray stomach, on ri...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

BOROUGH ORDINANCES Be il ordained nnd enacted b y the Burgess and Town-Council of ihe Borough oj Clearfield, and it is hereby enacted and ordained by the authority of the ¦lame, _ThntnlJ H'acksmilhs and others whose business mav require them to make fires near their shop", aro required lo make them at a lime when the _wealhei in calm, and nut windv, anil ulso to have their tires at least 50 ft-ct from any dwelling nr oilier house, under the penally ol not less thun ope nor more than ten dollars, for each offence, to be _rscovered according to law. 2d. Be it further _oniaiiied. _»yc, That any peisons burning shavings or other matter* on the streets, ate hereby foibidden to do the same except at a lime when Ihe weather is calm and not windy, aiid then (he lire no! to be within 100 leet ol any bouse, under the penally of not less than one nor more than ten dollars, to be recovered _according to law_. 3d. Beit ordained, _tyc, That the ordinances already in force, relating lo _IM...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 10 October 1846

KaiHiall & Wi_\_s{«Efiq ITS KSPEC I FULLY inform the public JJL_^j that thev nrs prepared to construct GRIST-MILLS, to be driven h) Wale* or S/mot-C ' LOVKR-MILLS, PLASTER-MILLS. FULLING and SAWMILLS . FURNACES, FORGES and ROLLING .MILLS. Patent Bellows, of Daughters <y Wrights' plan, or the Cast Iron Cy linder. They respectlully solicit a shine ol public patronage, • Mr, Weston is agent lor Dcrkey _' _s Patent Cast Iron Water Wheel—considered the best now in use. _gC7r *Lelters may be addressed lo Cle*rfiield Bridge post office, or lo Pbiljpsburg. They will be promptly attended to ; and work done at the shortest notice. Julv 20. 1846, s ' Haw Partnership. £ BURNSIDE & WEAVER, § Af_^l WriLL practice in Clearfield,,S .S y_^ an( i adjoining counties. Jj S Office one door north of the "Bon- S _jj ner" office. . <_J ' S JAMtS BUBNS1DK. J. FRUD. WEAVER. S S . , Jan. 24,181G. S

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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