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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 22 October 1846

TEACHERS tVANTED FOUR Teachers rtnted to teach the Common School in Morris township, A reasonable _siary will be given . and the cash paid at the end of every month, if required. lone but gtfod moral persons, and oihertise..well qualified, need apply. _Applictaon may be made to either of the _understned _Directors. " WM. (HIMEL, _Pra't. S. C. Thompson, Sri'/y. _MOSKS ' c. EVANS, ' S/_ilOKI, _HOOVKIt. JACOB BKAMS. GIHSTIAN _KMtGII, Morris tp. Sept. 15, 846—pd. - _>. I'

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 22 October 1846

\ LOOK AT THIS! 1 S - ¦ -in _^ • _' ._; . ., ¦ . ¦ ..: I: ' : 'S S tel^'C1 AN 0ERS of different S sl|^^^ h_^ kinds can bo cured by,_^ , _ijpwaH_^ a vegetable,p|asteri, (by.M. _Jj <, Nichols, sen, of _Clearfieltl town,) v S with but little pain,: wjth._uvtt cultio_^.S _v_,or eatipg fljem out.—and if not cured Jj j[> no pay will b,e asked. . ; ' A t July D—paid., ;. ; _, ; ,8,m. .{;

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 22 October 1846

s _Laiv _Pnrlncrmliip. s $ BURNSIDK & WEAVER, \ S "C_^7"ILL practice in Clearfield, _S S _yy _,;„_,_] mljniniofr countit'<{^ _^ _S Office one door north of Ihe "Ban- s _Jj ncr'' office. _^ _S S _v _, iami'.s _nonNSiDE. j _fiieo. mon. _i _, k Jnil. 21. IHKV {; ' _? _\

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

POETRY. T-i , * ' -¦ ¦ ¦ ' ; ' = GOD IS EVJtHYWHEKE. Oh ! show me whore m Hi-, The high and holy One, To whom Ihou li'end'm _tho knee. And pray'_al_,'Th y will bo done" 1 henr thy song or prawn_. And lo! no form iaiinnr: Tliino eyes I _ieo iboo raise, But where doth <>od nppaar I Oh ! tench mo \ho is God, and wtiere Ida [dories shine, That I may _kniel and prny, mil rail Ihy Father mino. " Gaze on thit arch above ; Tho glittering vault admire. Who taught ihojo orbs lo move ! Who lit llioir cormelco fire ? Who guides the moon to run In _silenco through tho skies t Who bids that ilawrning sun In strength and beauty rise? There _visw immensity.' behold! my God in there, The sun, tho moon, the stars, Ins _mnjesty dei.lnre. " See where tho mountains rise ; Where thundering lorrents loam; Where, veiled in _loweniigfckie_*, Tho englo makes 1 ¦ in home ¦ _Whero sQTage nalure dwell;-, My God is present loo ; Through nil her wildest dell-' His _Ibotsteps I pursue i lloTM...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

From llio Washington Union. _Sntrrefrfing Scenes in the B_'ar West—ineti. fliean'iicy & the iis'liiv of tine West. We have been favored with the following extract of nn unofficial j ournal of 1st Lieut. Kmory, of the Corps ol Topograph ical Engineers. Lieut. Emory is chief of the engineer staff of Gen. Kearney's command. We are pleased with the opportunity of laying before our readers such scenes " as lire here described, with s>o much novelty and freshness around them. The author (if the journal, Lieut. Emory, is distinguished for his superior intelligence as nn officer and n man. _Mxlracts from the Journal, commencing August Slh. Remained in camp till day to6,'.U»w Doni p han's regiment and the artillery to come up. Observed" at night lor latitude and time, and found our chronometers preserving their rates admirably. Light hurricanes of wind, and clouds discharging rain to the west. Capt. Sumner drilled his three squadrons of dragoons, and made quite an imposi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

ttp-JB _JDSk SMS _S a Tim " DEMOCRATIC BANNER is published weoldy, en Wednesday mornings, al $2 per annum —or 91 75 if pniil in advance No pnpor crtn bo discontinued (unless nt llio option of llio editors) until nil nrrcnrngrB ijre paid. flO-Advortisomcnta , <Sic, nt tho usual _Vato._s.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

_^ _^.-UJrc _rg.. aj_^ _^_gg e _' ' ._^ _-^^^. ' ' _^ From tho N- 0. _Picoyuno of ihe lllh. _Arrival of the Steamship McKim. The steamship McKim, Capt. Page, arrived from Hra/.ns Santiago, by way ol Port Cavallo. She left _firay._os Santiago on the 5th inst., hut brings nothing later from _Mtntercy. Over two hundred sick and discharged volunteers arrived hcie on the McKim. The McKim wns ordered by Ihe rjuar-JerjnaArer at Hra/.os Santiago lo lollow the Texan const closel y and keep a look out (or ihe steamer Neptune. She did so, touching at Port Cavallo and Galveston, > and making every inquiry. She could hear nothing of her save from the pilots "' St. Josephs, who stated that they hail p: rk-> ed up on the 4th inst. on St. Josep h' * Wand, a desk with 'Neptune' marked on the bottom. Great fears are entertained lor her safety. 'Tho same pilots had picked up near Ihe same place a desk containing 1800 in gold, supposed t" have belonged to the steam s.hlp New York. Numer...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

TO THE PEOPLE THE session of Congress, which haejust lorroinv nloil, will ho lone nnd grnlofully romomborod by nil iruo republicans for llio triumphant success of mnny of Iheir cheriBhoil principles anil measures. Whilo wo heartily rcjoieo at tho triumph of iho principles which il has beon our constant effort to advocalo and defend, and from which no prosperity, no adversity, can _sworve uh ; wo cannot be uns mindful ol Iho alt it into in "vhich wo are placed by a roeent vote of both houscn of Congress:—wo n|. luilo to tho conteniplnled withdrawal of _thoir put ronage from tho newspapor press. To this decision we chcorltilly bow, aonsiblo as we arc of ihe patriotic motives which have led lo it. But wo trust thai this decision of Congress increases roth- _, or Ihnu diminishes our claim to iho support of a higher power—thai of the people ; and to them we confidently appeal lo aid us, by their patronage, in sustaining at Iho seal ol government n journal thru is inflexibly devolad...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

Bttitoctatlc Uannet. CLEARFIELD, Pa! Oct. 30. .840". To _GORHEsroNBENTS,—M. T.'s production la re- i ceivod. We agroo wilh his _senlimanle, and think it _ahould bo published, but it requires moro Hmo to correct it than wo have to spore, nt present. "Incog." is informed lhat wo novcr publish com' munications without a knowledge of the real name 7 of tho author. JO-We havo delayed tho publication of our paper until _totday (Friday) with the confident expectation lhal this rooming's mail would brin_^ us further advices from Gen. Taylor. Bui we have lo go lo pross without having any thing to lay _heforo our readers later than iho accounts published in our last. Tho arrival of news was hourly looked for al New _Orleans, where rumors were rife lhal tho Amoricons had met wilh sovero rorerBeR after tho taking ot Monterey. While _thoso rumors are wholly _discreditcd_.jwo think it highly probablo lhat ihe _naxt nowa will bo rather moro disastrous to otu nrms than any received previous...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

Stray _steea Obituary. DIED—A» hit residence, in Pcnn township, in this county, on the Uth insl., JOHN VKUGUSON. tigoil 92 years. TI10 _Jccoasod, who was a native of tho county of Tyrone, in Ireland, and come lo this country in early life, (luring our Revolutionary airugglo. He _roaided j great part of his time in Ihe counties of Northumberland snd Mifflin, _wlicro he had to undergo all ihe privations und hardships incident to _MflTt AME (o _paemises of the %_J subiciber, in Brady township, on the 21st day ol Sept. last, a Pale Red Steer, marked with tar nn both hi p* , supposed to be between throe and four years _»ld.— The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges anil take hint away, otherwise he will be disposed of according to law, JACKSON BONSALL. Oil. 20, 184G. I 1ST ol Grand Jurors for December A term IS4fl. Jackson _Biinnall Farmer Brady Murtin I.utlier do <)» Levi Pale do dn U'tn. Woods, jr. do do John Carltle Blacksmith do David Gearhca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

A NATURAL REMEDY Soiled lo the Humon Constitution, and equal to the cure ot every curable _disense, will be lound in rl r i ght's Indian Vegetable Pills , OV THE NORTH AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HEALTH. These _iitraordinnry I'lllsare coin poiod of plants which grow spnotuneoosly on our own soil, and ore, there/ore boner adapted lo our conslitutions limn Medicine*-concocted from foreign drugs,however well ihey may bo compounded ; and as WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE HILLS aro lounded ujioti the principle thai the human body is in truth SUBJECT TO BUT ONE DISEASE, namely, corrupt humors, nnd _thnt said Medicine ruroD ihis _diseaue on NATURAL PRINCIPLES, l, y _cltMsing ami jjun/yiru,' the Wj, it will he manliest _tli ot, if the coiiMiiunon bo not entirely _exhaug. led, a persevcraneo in their _uso, according to directions, is absolutely certain _tu drive disease of every name from the body. When wo wish lo restore u swamp or moross lo lurtilily, wo drain it of llio superabundant water. In l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

REGISTER'S NOTICE NO lit., L is hereby given to all person* irirerested m the foll«win<c administration account which is filed in the Register's office of Cleat field county, the same having been allowed and passed b y the Register, will be presented In the Orphans' Court ot said county, to be held at the court house in the borough of Clenrfie d, on (he 30;h day of _November, 184G, viz : The administration account of Joseph Mc-Clarren and David Flegal, Executor9 ol the last will anil testament of Valentine Flegal, late of Decatur township, Cloarfield county, dee'd. WM. C. WRLCII . Reg '/. Register's Office, Clear- 7 , field, Oct. 28, 1846. _Vnl TRIAL LIST For November Term, 1846. William Dunlap ~ vs. Isaac Thompson John P. Hoyt vs. Asoph Ellis _Aloxander Cook vs. David Adams Jaraos Mageo, et.al, vs. Read & Logan Scot! Et Slock '¦• Arthur Boll David T Dunlap vs. J. VV. Miller A Sons John Mtllhollen vs. J. F. VV. Scbnarrs Ignatius Thompson vs, J. J. Read, el. al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

CLASSICAL SCHOOL THR subscriber intends opening a CLASSICAL SCHOOL, about the middle of November next, provided a sufficient number of scholars can be obtained, Greek, [Latin and Mathematics will be taught, ' Persons wishing to qualify themselves for teachers in Common Schools will also receive instruction in such branches as they may desire. For terms, &c. apply to. S. N. HOWELL. Clearfield, Oct. 20, 1846. Estate of John Pentz_, dee'd. 'fivTOTflCE. Letters testamentary on i^| the estate of John Pentz, late of Brad y township, Clearfield eounty, dee'd, have been.granted to the subscribers, residing in Brady township. All persons indebted lo said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated to PETER - _ARNOLD, / .. ' 'lKiri. T onnnn.. J. _HOLLOPETEK, S Oct. 21, 114(3.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

SHERIFF'S SALE Hy virtue of a writ ol Venditioni Exponas, ii6ued out of the court of Common Pleas of Clearfield county, and lo me directed, will be exposed to public sale on Mond_.iy the 30th day of November next, nt the court house, in Clearfield, all (he defendant's interest in a tract of land situate in Giratd township, Cleaifield coUniv, beeinning nt a white pine, thence by No. 3647 south 220 perche« to a pitch pine, thence cast 20 perches, (hence north 60 perches to n retl oak, thence east 197 perches In a chesnut, thence by No. 5647 north 160 perches in a white oak, thence by No. 19H9 west 217 perches to the place of _bejinntnu, being part of a larger survey known as Nn. 3647, containing acre! —seiy.ed antl taken in execution, and'to be sold as the property of Peter Lamm, by ELLIS IRWIN, Sh'B Sh'fTs office. Clear- ) field, Ort. 19, 1846. \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

_FIRMWARE, A _aerieral ' assort. J5L ment of Tinware will be constantly kept on hand, of the best quality, well made. KRATZER & BARRETTS, J_«1t 29.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

Notice. THE stockholders in the Bradford Methodist Episcopal meeting-house are required to pay the amount of (heir ! several subscriptions to the «ub»criberi immediately. thomas beers, John dale_, a. gearhart, Building Committee. 29th Oct. 1846.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

_GROCERIES KRATZER & BARRETTS' have just received a (resh supply of Coffee, Tea, Sugar $¦ Molasses. Oct. 3. i .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

The Richmond Tragedy. 83rSomo throe weeks ago we noticed briefly the doatli of a Mr. U. M. Hoyt, hy iho hand of a Mr. _Myors, ol Hichmnni), _Va. Hoyt _waa suspec. led o( having guilty intercourse with llio wilh the wifo of Myers. The trial of Myers, us principal, ond bin brother, antl anolhor ninn, us aects-orios, for Iho murder of Hoyl,' was Mill progressing a' Kichtitoml al the last dates. A very large number ol letters were produced, in the cuursu of iho investigation, from Mrs. MyurH to Mr. Hoyl, couch. ed in tho most criminal language, t ailing him ',cr "only love," and a bundled other such _eipresnions, and vowing "ojerual conslanry (o hint, and to him nlono." The following _sialcmoiti woulil seem to give rise lo doubts an lo the guilt of Hoyt—audi' not guilty, then Ihe affair is certainly n very _myt_«. tefioiis ono ; The Baltimore Sun of the 14th instant says: We yesterday announced that the coronor ' s jurv on the body of Mr. IJnyi rendered a verdict of murder ni-ainst, M...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

Sale ©f Real Estate -J&_3_^ rfpnl<; rUb:.criucr oilers foi £§2$§ I |i/8 ii sale Ihe lullowing Real _«llLwraiuV-'! ' (al0 'v '7 ': _fto. I .-A LOT OF GROUND, in he borough ol Clcai field, being 4.) feet in fiont on Second slreel nnd extending back 15(1 feet to ihe Mmkct house lot, with an alley passing on the souili nf il, and with a siory-and-a half house and stable thcieon erected, being p,wj ol Lot No. 79 in the p lan of paid town. i\o. 2.-ALSO, .'/ Lo! of GROUND adjoining llie above on the notlh side, be ing 43 Icet iu Irom on '2.1 slreel, and ex leiidirgbark 150 fret to ihe Market house, wiili n TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE thereon elected, with a well and pump at the door, and other v»lliable improvement!., being parts of Lots No. 78 & _7'J in said town. 3, ALSO, His interest in the northern hall of Lot No. 78, beitij; US feci 8 inches in front on Second _stieet , and extending back 15(J feet. I\o. 4.—ALSO. His interest in a TRAC'I OF LAND. ' si...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 October 1846

NEW PROSPECTUS, 1846. - The Saturday Evening Post ; Formerly the V. Stales Saturday Post. GREAT INDUCEMENTS. Thn iiuhl'mlinrs of lh» Sntiirthiy Kvoning Post oflor n now |)ri)s|_iotitiH In llicir fncntln nml the puhlic.— In llns tiny nf iiPW'H|i:i|icr eiili'r|iriHa thoy are tinierniitit'il In iiuiiritiiin llicir _oltl reputation, & keep uhninl ol til! competitors! I'Hr quarler til n tuntnry ihoI'usi lain _lierii thn.most tlttriilily ptipiilnr tl" tlio wucl'ly nowspnpors; nnil _ii ' cnpifnf, riiinrprine, nrnJ n host nf writers, etui etrect their nim, Ihe _ptililiBliorst nro riisolvril lliul Iho I'ual _pholl Mill lend ' the Hold." A I_'kiiI'-ixt Maoa/.ink Owing t» llie Inreo _eize nf the papor wo nro ennlildtl to publish weekly, an much matter iik is eontnmod in nny one number ol the Humility _innDiiztnes : no tlint. lor less mtiney, the nubs m ' -rther yenrly alilniiiH four times ns much rending — Besides this, numerous illustrations, engraved by competent nrljHlH, will,...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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