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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 13 November 1846

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in Ihe Post Office at Clem field . Oct. 1, 1846. Cox Win. Dre-sler D. Dnniel Win. fur Nancy Wait, Kyn-oii John ( _Jaler Alinira llessjohn Lamb Freeman Rred Anns A. Sewell Samuel Shepherd J. C Thompson James 'I' liiiiiipsoii Rulus Wallace John Wood Win. Watle _Monsieur, &c.-_£ 16 WM. L. M()ORE , p.M.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 13 November 1846

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Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

Interestin g Irom the Pacific. Operations of Col. Fremont in Upper California. The Washington Union of Monday night, contain* a lengthy and very interesting letter from Col. Thorns -- H. Benton, relating lo the operation* of Col. Fremont, doting the last winter anil spring, in Upper California, together with others from Col. Fremont, giving a grt>phic and interesting account ol his movements.— 'Col. B.'s letter i» accompanied by sever al columns of official correspondence between the authorities of Upper California, and Thomas O. _Larkin, E»q. our Consul •at Monterey, relating to Col. Fremont and the attempt to drive him from that de partment_, in the early part of the year, by force of arms. Our limits (orce brevity upon us, so that we are compelled lo _uniil even the substance ol these letter*, but it is not unknown to our readers that the appearance of Col - F. and his party in that department ul California, early in the Year, gave anything but satisfaction to the ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

MISERIES IN LIFE. Residing between a stone-cutter's and an undertaker's. Passing a narrow passage fresh painted. l_' reaming that you have wings, and waking with a fit of the gnut. Endeavoring to make violent love under the table, and pressing the wrong foot. Hearing the bells ring for the marriage of y our _tival. Toasting cheese, and when it is more than half done, letting it fall into the ashes. Drying a long letter, by holding it negligently behind your back to the fire, as you converse wi(h a friend; turning round and beholding it in flames. Forced by politeness to leave a comfortable party tor the purpose of accompanying a cross old maid lo her lod gings, two miles distant. Wishing to wake earl y "for the boat," — looking at your watch, and discovering you neglected to wnd it over night. Making several memorandum knots in your handkerchief, and forgetting the important cause of every one of them. Dreaming that jou have suddenl y acquired a large fortune; stretching out y...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

THEORY OF WIND. Heated air has a tendency to rise, and cold air rushes in to suppl y its place.— Thus the heated air of the equatorial regions rises and gives place to a current sent from the polar regions, which is a process that serves to equalize the temperature of the world. Bui the polar eountnesl ying near the axis of tbe sphere, Ihe uir Irom those regions has not received so much motion as that about the equator, or greater distance from the axil, wherefore it arrives at the equator, where the motion of the earth is greater. If it had no motion before an east wind would be the consequence, and the force of that wind would be a9 the difference between the _motioa of the earth where the wind came from, and that where tt arrived ; but then it has a motion to the south ; for it rushes into a vacum left by the air which rises, so that the wind will not be from the east, but from the northeast; and the number ol degrees north of the east from which it will blow, will depend...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. ' If the people were not hanged for murder,' said a young lady, • we should net be ssfe in our beds.' A member of the Society of Friends. who happened to be present, and heard this argument for capital punishment, drew his chair up to the lady, and said—< I want to ask thee a question or two. Dost thou think a man ought to be hung before he has repented r' •Oh no—certainly not! No one ought to be sent into eternity until he is prepared for the kingdom ol Heaven'.' •Good!' said the Friend: « but now! have another question to ask thee. Dost thou think any man ought to be hung after he has repented and is Itted for the kingdom of Heaven?' We need _aot say tie lady was speech less. ( ' " - CoMioALixiiis—-' A new broom . sweeps clean,' as the widow said when her new husband ran oS with all her money. ; . ' ' I can be no follower of thine.' aa tho cripple said when tbe loafer ran oB with his crutches. •1 hope I have_^ivpn .satisfaction_^,' as the pisto...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

ffiffilfcSSSa Th*> " DEMOCRATIC BANNER" ib published weekly, on Wednesday mornings, at 82 por annum —or 81 75 If pai'l in ndvnnce. No paper can bo discontinued (unlets at tho option or the _ciiitorsl until all arrearages are paid. {K3r A(Jvorti»_amentn, &c„ at tho usub! rates-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

FOREIGN NEWS The steamer Great Western, Captain Matthews, which sailed from Liverpool on /the 51st ull. arrived at New Yoil; Ism 'evening, bringing eleven days later advices than those previously received . . The lie_. ws of the _rupti.te of Saute Fe hy Gen. Kearny had hern received in Eng land. The market for "" all torts ol American provisions had improved. Collon had advanced imeci»hih with large sales, but subsequently slightly declined. \ " _i Flour, botli free and in bond, had (_W dined Is. per o'bl. I"'_t » demand mure than equal to the supp _lv existed for Indian corn, and prices w ere higher. Ireland appears to be in :i deplorable situation: Tippem r y _is almost im n st:t ' tof insurrection. Difficulties had arisen in the English Ministry between Lord John liussel and Lord Cotlenham. A few days since. «av« the European 7i' mrf/it was our puiuful duty _tonolice the death of a man named fjlpeho", near I ipperarv, by violence ; nnnilirr named Williams, has since share...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

From the New Orleans _Picnyune, Nov. 7. that*? from the Squadron. ' SECOND _AllORTlVKvATTACK ON A LV BR A 1)0. Hy the in rival nf a pilot -boat at Ihe Hn Ii7.e, ' we are in the possession of late advices Irom the squadron. Wo have onl y tunc to g ive llie annexed letters ami nave the mail. If the commodore has tailed in his attempt on Alverndo, i! is owing to no want nl gallantry or skill on Impart or that of his officer s. The difficulties he has had to surmount have been insuperable so far; but he will vet prevail. He will, in n few weeks, renew his attempt at all hazards; Off Anton. _Lizardo, October 13:h. I-40. Gkmi.KMFN : We are on the eve of n nother ntla.ck on Alvarado. At f> o'clock this httenirion, Com. Connor _isstiei_'. _ordet' lor the _mailing ol 'he _sijuadion (frigates _Cumbei land nnd Kaiitati excepted) for the mouth of the _AWarailu livrr. Tbe ( ninmmliii e lakes romrnnnd i-l 'he expeil'- lioti in pc'sop, making u,e of ihe stenner Vixen as the ll.t-g s...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

HOW TO MAKE GUN COTTON. Dr. Otto, Professor nf Cliemistrv in Hrunswi-k has published lite following statement in the Hanoverian Gazette: •' Entirely independent of Srhnvibpin anil Ho'tlser, lint reiving nn nn observation of I_'elnnze, contained in ihe one htindrrd and ill in v sixth pane of the first volume o( mv Manual of Cliemistrv. I have surrppd ed in prodnrirp nn cx|)'oding collon, which alter a series (if experiments, seems quite suited tn supply the p lare ol gunpowder. In order lo bring ihe results of important discoveries ai _speedilv as possible tii ihe highest slaptt of perler'.ion, it seems lo he necessary to lav them immediately I er nrc the public, in order that manv persons may turn their attention to the subJTl. I srorn_, therefore, in fell oi take out a potent fur mv very interesting _disrovciv, the conicq _uences nf which aie not easy to be fore _sppd. ami 1 now publish it for lite _general good of the public. In the preparation of the exploding cotton, commo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

Kroin the St. I.011 _n t'nani. Nov. 'J. _IFroiiii Sniita Fe. _MfRIVAL OK C.M_' l- _MURPIU We aie indebted lo the gentlemanl y clerk ol llie steamer St. Josephs, for (lie lollnwirig late inlclhgerirr* Irom S_.mla Fe. Capt. Murphv leli Sinta Fe, nn jjnvorn ¦ meiit KTvice, on the ft h ull .. nnd arrived here last cvenin". On Ihe £l ' rh ol Sept. l.ut, fan!. M. s_.ivs (ienerj! rve.iinev left Santa Fe with three hu'-ilrrd United St:| IfS (llfl_^OIIIIS. |._rr t ' ._» ' *fil' I I 1. ('.<[|l.im 11 uil son i* ih 11 or eil lo I " i io<v » :'h Ins new co-np;in v os Miori u_< _11 nn-p.n lalien can be obl.iined, "hn II niel Lieut. Co ' , (' rmk . with the Mormon _billdli"'!. the cumm._itid ol wtiK h h_._is been »s»i[>ried to hini. Wtien C'._iptain M. lei 1 _Sinln I'- .1 . Colonel Dillil [:lian'.s i_^iini'ii _vi.i_, timler m._irchini; or de-flor _Chihu.i_'ui t The l;i-i o| (\!uii,l I' _r ;_r e's rt'_£im> _o i mrived :i ' Sin' :i Fc on the 10 h _Mti.l I 111...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

A NATURAL REMEDY Suited lo the Human Constitution, nnd equal to (ho eureol _evorvcurnblo disease, will bo found in _H right's Indian Vegetable Pilk} OF TUP. NORTH AMERICAN COLLEGE OF HEALTH _TlioDoeilraordinary Pills arc composed of plants which grow spontaneously on our own soil, and are, lliercfore boiler ndaplod lo our _consiiliilions limn Mcdiciiips concncled from _forciifii drugs,how. ever woll I hoy may bo compounded; and m WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS nr_« founded upuo ihe princl|'ls that the human bod y is in iruih SUBJECT TO BUT ONE-DISEASE. namely, corrupt humors, nnd tftpjjinid _Modicino cures this disease on ""*' " NATURAL PRINCIPLES, Inj cleansing anil purifying the body, it will he marts West ih ol, if tho constitution ho not onliroly _exhauf_. lod, a persovornnee in llieir use, according lo diroclions, is otisohilely eorlnin to drivo disoase of ovo» _ry name from the body. When wo wish to renloro n swamp or raorosi lo lerlihiy, wo drain il of iho siiporahund...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

t'roin the Wnsliinijton Union. Call of Troops. We understand that" " requisitions have been sent IrJIin the War _Pcpartmrnl, calling into the _(_-"ince ol the Uni'ed Slates nine additional regiments ol volunteers to seive during the war ni'h Mexico, unless sooner di'diai ged. '1 hey are asked for from the following Stales : One regiment of infantry from _Mwfsa c h u > e _111 ; One regiment uf infantry from the Slate of New York ; Oie regiment nf infantry from Perm s y i v n n i a ; ' One legiment of infantry from Virginia; One I'cgiment of infantry from North Carolina. 0'ie regiment nf infantry from South Carolina ; Oie regiment of infantry from Louisi- O ie regiment of infantry from Mississippi ; and One regiment of mounted men from Texas . / Tni- _important movement will show the ledeia! pre_<s whether there i* anv fullering 01, the put ol Ihe administration, a« ihry have been recently _mo»t reck'es»lv rllirging. We luve 110 time, at the Utr hour .11 which we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

I LSI ol rrnvi« jurors for _December J trim, 181( > K'ah Jnhn._nri Fuller Brad y Wesley Horn _Rjriner do Geo. Shuga't, jr. do do j John H' ob-iker do do ' Mex. D'Joliip do do | Michael S"i_'or d" do ' Wm. Ueirii_» Suvrrr (In 1 I tm,o;is Mc(i; iee Fanner _Rurnside i (ico. A _ti liMon do do i S.imuel Hnlhart Car P""ler do .lames Ful'ori Farmer L'wrence _t .1 Vin Antes do do Win. Tate do do 1 .Liines I _rivn do do ' ._!..«. A R-i.l do (I" 1 Vatlh. iv F..iocv it" _Bradford , (sen. Hargei do do | Ceo. Kng l rn it ' I_'enn i l-i _ir (ion d'i Decatur 1 I) did (ieaihai t il » tin F,' j (1 _lii rm1 sin (lit iC'i ' n llarnts 'i _Lumbeimin do Win. (•; i- ii ri I'_.iro'i_'i Pike ; .1 .dm |)i nn k.r do Jo I llii'o. Ivglen Carpenter do I (ieo. Leech do do _Ll.'llm I'. Mr.it M. I). do . .1 icob I "oi'e ('._irdu ain> r do j ' i I '' ;1 : ' ! ' ' \ I ' ' . ) l : _Siain 'l Lamburn F_.uinei _liecraris Jacob.Leonard ' do (lo J js. H. llegu I v do do i (ieo. Uo«_s i|n Ferguson Thomas W...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

REGISTER'S NOTICE. Nf) 1ICH, is hereby g iven to all persons interested in Ihe following administration account which is Bled in the Register ' s _ollice of Clearfield county, the same having been allowed and passed b' the Register, will be presented to the Orphans' Court ul said county, to be held at the court home in the borough of Clearfie d, on the 30;h day of November , 1846 , viz : The administration account of Joseph Mc-Clarren and Divid Flegtil_, Executors of the last will ami testament of Valentine Flegal, late of Decatur township, Clearfield cour.tv, dee'd. WM, C. WELCH, Reg'f. Register's Office, Clear- > field, Oct. 28, 1846. $ -pd WAR! WAR!! Not with Mexico hut with Uit old Tyrant

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

fit II E IJITI A T I S HI BR. WM. P. HILLS, feeling much sympathy for those afflicted with Rheumatism, takes this method of inviting them to call at bin office and get cured.— This method is almost new, and very simple, but will positively effect a cure on the most icientific principles. Rheumatism has long been a deolderatum with physicians, and it is only of late that the true principle of cure has been discovered. He would state, to all concerned , that he ha* already performed a number of _eyres, and can confidently assert that his is the only true method. | C7"TRY IT AND Sl_^B. Clearfield Nov. 3, 184 6,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

MACKEREL for sale at the store ol B. SHAW. lrihNov BLANKS for sale at this office. .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

Army nnd ._"^'csva _lirjcis. Front i\ct\ Orlriin-r paper* (¦' llie 3d iM_*_-!rinl_. Iheie is « ( in i e»p(nnlei.ee |itihli_<,hed in the American flag, which passed between (ien. 'J_' ailor nnd, bv his cider, Uel. Wlnliti;;, Q. M. (iem iui, and Gen. Monies, ihe Mexican (joVenior ol Nni-vo l_._eon, tinremit of uhuli in thai the (invcinor con •eiils' to 1'iinijih the aiinv with cihii nml mules at ii _liiir valuation, h;-i\_ii)j> been'mloMiied that il lie dxl not, hold iihuIiI be taken b y jurcc nnd without pav. Tin1. correspondence con ii l )nr ales a _sl._itr nienl made in this paper, which we lime seen in Mouther—that the first rail lor a sus pension id hostilities, while both aiimey would he _burying their dead, came fioir_. the Amei ican camp- Gen. La Vega, it is iindeistmiii, ha« bren nflicially iiotified bv his (_iovei iinent, t'.iat Captain Cirpeniler nml the eiew nl ihe Ttuxton have been exchanged fur lnm and his lel_'.mv ptitinicit_> "I war who wer...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

Library meeting, A meeting ol the _memhers of the Clenrfield [Libmry will be hold in iho Prothonotnry'_s ofiico on Monday evening iho 23d insl. for electing officers for tho ensuing year, nnd making a selection of Books, A general _atiendnncc of ihe members is required. H. _IXIRAIN. Prs_'_t. Nov. _tiih. {t_^"Wo havo nothing particularl y imporlani from tho army of operations ngninst Mexico. _Gsnersl Taylor would no dou'jt push forward towards San Louis _Poiosi as soon ss possible nflcr rcrciving ihe oidors of tho government _rouniermnnding the irure of silly days. Son Louis PotoBi is the enpiinl _rVF a Deporlinrnt bearing llial nnmo , _onrl is filnnlr.l ohom midway between Monterey and the envoi Mexico, being over three hundred miles from ruber- Sanlo Anna ;» nl (bis plnco with all ),)t /one. nod it is thought ihai Gen. Taylor will h&vn_' no fighting to do until ho reaches this point, where he will perhaps bo sustained by onolhcr division by way _ofTampiro. The rumor f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 November 1846

I THE RICHMOND TRAGEDY. | Mrs. Virginia Myers, who is so inti-Imately and nnfortunately connee.lad with Hoyt' e tragedy, in Richmond, Va., has caused a letter lobe published in the Rich mond Whig. _J( jB addressed to n friend, and is devoted to the purpose of _exctdpa ling herself in part, from the heavy charges brought against her. She assorts the enlire absence of _etiminality in the intercourse between herself and floyt, and declares that if her actions were improper and fit subject for the tongue of scandal — her conscience_, ai least is clear, and her soul with out the stain of degradation, which common voice has fixed upon bet.—Dcm. Union. Singular Developments —A friend con fidenliallv communicated to tie, says the New York Herald, the particulars of a rase of crim con. llial u il! soon he Iriri) in our _conrtp, in the protrrgs of whieh tome astounding farts will be developed, involving Ihe character of one of our most fash ionable ladies, anil eight or ten of tho 'up...

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