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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 19 November 1845

THE POCAHONTA8-OR. INDIAN PILL. For the Cure of allBillidus Diseases. ALTHOUG H the Pocahontas pill will answer an oxcollcnt purpose ae a purgalivoin all diseases whero tho pulse is full atid hard, tho skin drynti'l hot and the longuo coated; yet. it is in those diseases denominated Bilious, that it isconfidently _recommen_. ded ana. certaineuro In bilious lover, enlargement of the liver, jaundice, bilious cholic. bilious vomiting, sick and foul stomachi attended with hcadscho,dyspopsla, costivencaa, &c. it will perform the part ol a specific or certain romedy. Wo only solicit at tho hands of tho public a fair trial of the pill and fesl assured no encomiums will bo necessary with those who use them. Prico25 ccliu _ocr boi. .Tho dbovo medicines for solo by ** CD. WATSON. Clearfield, JAMKS McUlRK. _PWIiraburg. WILSON czBAltBER_, _Strattonvillo. Dec. 1. 184411 yr.

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

HATS & CARS. a ' rooiI " assortment of Hat6 & Clips cheap for cash. Sept. £4.3 y C. KRATZER. "W_^_JtlTGS p A_^general assortment of 3t3 pfugS—White Lead, Linseed Oil, &c. forvsaje by Ihe _subscriber. Sept. 24.] C. KRATZER. YENITIAN BLINDS—For sale at cost and crrriage. An elegant article. C, KRATZER.

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

WA LL PAPER. _^ "; A " _fim.._Wffirt. - _. ment of Wall Pape ' r_^nd JBqrj l _^r , lor sale verv low. BCJ_^Call and »«. _, ,, Sept. 241] ' C._KRAtzER. _W Pieces Cloth, _blaclv_.blue_^" Invisible 4 jDroen,' Steel-mined, li-on-grey and Cadet; i C. KRATZER'. ' ¦. ' ¦ . .. ¦ ... ¦ ¦ _¦ ,. ¦ ¦¦ .. .... ¦ ..¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ 7" _'' ": ';- _£ JJLNKS neatl y printed andfot_^tale\af ¦ _ilhis oJIke_^_heapfor ' tttsl_^_YS ' 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

C A U T I O N (1 AUTION is hereb y uiven to the pub-) lie nfrainSt purchasing a note uiven by me, to Richard Callow, ol Centre coun_^ ty for 835 00 (thirlv-h>edollars) payable in six months, at Graham & Wri ght's store, and dated about the 23d of August last—as I.have not received value for the same, and am therefore determined not to pay it unless compelled bylaw. ANDREW PETERS. Sept. 2, 1845.

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

MERRICK'S VERMIFUGE TTIK best medical writers of the ago, coincide in the opinion that worms in _llicelomnch and bowels of children, ore Iho prolific cnuRrsof many serious disonscs. Such in the clo_^o sympathy which _ciista between different parts of Iho body, (hat there is scarcely n disease of children, which may not bo produced oi highly pggravotod by Iho presence of wurnis Krom these facts, parents and 'others entrusted with tho care of children, may loam the necessity of guarding against the destructive influence of worms, and of being possessed of n certain remedy against llieir fatal efl'eciB. "With all deference, Merrick' * Vermi_. fugo is offered lo the ptibhc as a safe, pleasant and certain remedy. Price 25 cents per bottle.

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

WANTED K'jrv ' CORDSgood hickory, wood, for _£j\J which the cash will be paid. Apply, at this office. ¦ _;...,, I , ' Sept. 12,:,' ti ... „/. .;:.. , a ., , .-,„ . . jy _BALFjS best Brown Muslin ' , lower O than it h_»8 ever been sold in Clearfield _counjy • _% ,;, 7 «< KRATZER. «

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 the Democratic Press.\j ;•, Our _friondapf tho _Dernpcrslic Press- arc retjucstcd. to interes* themselves in aiding to carry tho worls safely and successfully through the crisis' of\this great reduction of price., Every editor inserting _tfljs prospectus, with an odilorial nolice._fand sending _o copy of iho paper marked, " shall _receive tho Review for a " year.

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

CARPETING TM$ subscriber idlers for sale a snpe rior article* of Carpeting, on reason _aote terms. C. KRATZER. Sent. 12.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

¦ Fro.-ii Ihe Union Odd Fellow. The True Friends. BY J L. BECKETT. because I do' know its princip les; the prej _udices of your wife do not arise from any ill-will towards the Order, or its members, but from the reports of_^gossipB, who are its enemies because they cannot be told every thing appertaining to it J for this ieasun i advise you to SBy nothing lo her about it.' Chandler hesitated a few moments, and then gave his assent <!ut hi* Mend might propot>e him to the Lodge. Toe pi opmnil w«s made—accepttd—at itb next meeting Edward Chandler became a member ol the Independent Order ol Odd Fellows.— He attended the meetings of Ihe Lodge regularly, lur he was deepl y interested in i(s proceeding, yet without ever _erciling the suspicions of his wife. • • • • Il _waf a dark, stormy afternoon<_ddfing the last winter, thai Edward Chandler returned from his work at an earlier hour Ned, will you join our Lodger' asked Prank Grayson ol Edward Chandler, one e.v...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

From the Lniliea' _jN' alionnl Meclizine. The _ILnml B'iratc. BY }. H. DANA. Daring the war of the Revolution, the district of country lying between the American lines nn the Hudson and tho briiith outposts above New York, nod called fa rniliiarly the neutral ground, wan infesled by a set of « retclips, known as cow boy*, skinners and land p irates, who preyed at will on the whig*. A party of them long carried on their murages unchecked in close vicinity of the British lines, under a leadei of redoubtable courage, who had once been a colonist of some estate, but having squandered it in riotous living;, had taken to hi« present irregular life on ihe breaking out of Ihe trouble*. Accounts of his atrocities had long before found their way to the American lines; and the evil became at length so great thai it was determined, at any co«t to _extirpate his company. But this was found easier to threaten than achieve. Keeping close to hie secret haunts, or moving with astonishing celer...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

H O M E. There ia one spot where none will si gh for home. The flowers that blossom there will never fade ; the _^ _crysfal waters that wind along those verdant yales will never cease to send up their heavenl y music $ Ihe cluster* hanging from trees o'_ershad' owing its banks will be immortal clusters; and the friends thai meet will meet forever. — Puritan. _^ Mf " soon would he seek the shores and skies ot his boyhood dreams? The New England mariner—amid the icebergs of the northern seas, or breathing the spicy gales of the ever-green isles, or coasting along the shores of the Pacific, though the hand of time may ha,ve blanched his raven locks, and care have ploughed deep furrows on his brow, and his heart have been, chilled b y the 6_tonns of ocean, till the fountains of his love had almost ceased to gush with the heavenl y current—yet, upon some summer's evening, as he looks out upon (he sun sinking behind the western wave, he will think of home, and his heart will yearn...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

POETRY For tho Democratic Banner. TO A FAR OFF FRIEND. Afar from _thoe and lone and _nad, And toss'd on life's tumultuous »_bo,— Although a _thouiandjoyp _nre fled, Yet mem'ry fondly lurnt lo thee ¦ A star _whoaa light for m* hn» shoni\ When every rny bemde had flown Though rivers ri«o end mountains mil. Between thyself ond me ; they _ne'or Can separate _thoo from mv _eoui. Nor mar thino imago reigning there Thy look of love, th y smile of joy, Are _unforgot midst life's alloy. Time_._cnree and sorrow moy _ftlace A thousand scenes ol hiiay lift. <, Bat nevor can supplant that place My heart allots but to—mv wik : Fonrl thoughts of Ihoo are lrng'ring there_. That pain defy, and moofc despair. Feme, honor, wealth, let others seek In toil nnd rare—mid hnttlo'd strife,— Give me Ihe high-tuned joy» that speak _Ofhome. my children—nnd my wife: These joys by Ood to man ore _giren. To commute on eorlh a ileoTini. J N T _CLEARrttLD, Fa. Nov. 15. 1845

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

r ' AUrntMONY. ' _;, ' Marnago it hke a /bring cauiila light Placed in a _«indow of a _ouraraer night, Attracting o I tho in«oci« of (he nir To come and _ainJAiheir pretty winglot» ihsrs-Thoso that are ii'it ' .bull _heaiie ngoiniS iho pine Ami thuiio wiihin, hull lo gel put ogffin. A _ilog going upon _(hree legjfcJPlj'phcr ing_, because he puts down three arid car rics one. So somebody _f)M •j _fcr_»ws;forget Who. . , . , ' ,- . -.i -.y. ' _-_^fTk- '¦:¦:¦')

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

ff 3 Sfe Si! £ a The "DEMOCRATIC B-\NNKR\^is |Hibli»l.ed weekly on Wednesday morning 'p,' ifi .?_& _ner annum 0| _gj 75 jf paid in advance. No _rmoor enn bo discontinued (unionsm the o|i_~ tion ol ihe editor) until all arrearages are (raid. AjrAHverliRomentii, &r.,_at Ihe unual rntea

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

Appointment by the Governor—Geo. R. Bahuktt, Esq. of this place, lobe aidde-camp to his Excellency, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Our Poetry. — We would ask tho attention of lovers of good poetry to two original pieces on our outside. The article " To a far off Friend'' i«, to our nolian, a finished production. _j_^'We have complied wiih iho request of iho publishers of the Democratic Ro view, by inserting and noticing their pros pectus. We now wait for the perfoimance o( their pari of the bargain. _$CJ_»" Where he always was, and where he ever means to _bcP This was the declarotion of Mr. Wkbsikh_, when be return cd to Boston after leaving Mr. Tyler's cabinet—meaning that he had always lived a Whig, and meant to die a Whig. The same Mr. Webster recently addressed the Whigs of Massachusetts in Faneuil Hall, on ihe Oregon question, in which he takes a position widely different from what is generally thought lo be ihe opinion of the present administration, and, we believe, a ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

Y_%_TmKfnMMttttnmm_^m_+_^^_-_^_¥f\ir't- nr--r.uw l'mii^*'»"i ri _sws A BBos'i'id Six rite. Execution of Vol. Davenport's Murderers.— A late unrulier uf ihe. Clm ago News contains ;> detailed m count id the execution of John ami A .von Long and Granville Youn_^. tor »tc I<;«I of the murder • of Col. Daveiipuit. I' i_» staled thai notwithstanding the weather was hiomiy, abon: 5000 men, women unii children »az. cd" Oil ' the appalling Mene . John l_.ori" confessed the minder, hut.said he Hishcil those present to icrcMe_, a* the declaration of u dying man, his assertion that his bruthcr Aaron and Or;iiivil_'e Young, were ionOcetiFof that _ciime. Aaron Long and OranviHe Vming _(h', n 'Severall y protested, that they wrre iiiuo- . cent. When they had done, John f.onu again made a speech, detailing some events in his life, nnd called upon all lo take warning by his late. Up to 1810, he had never wronged a man, but in (hat year he was persuaded to engage in counter feitnig, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

IHE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE IN FRANCE, ENGLAND, AND TIIK UNTIED STATES. During the last lew years we hove, heard a great ileal on this Bide of the Atlantic ol the extension of the franchise in France, as well ns in England. A cotemporaiy well remarks: — "The extent of elective Iranchi'c in France, may be inferretl from the fact that in Lyons, ;i city of thrtc hundred thousand inhabitants, distinguished in nils, the sciences, _literature and the _prolcsiions, at a recently warmtf contested election, there were but o?ic hundred and seventy seven votes east. The num bcr ol persons holding offices at Ihe pleasure ol the _governtneut, is probably greater than \\m number ol voters." France now contains u population of at least 30,-000,000, and the number of voters who elect ilie rhaubcr of deputies, do not ex ceed 210,000, or only about one voter to 170 inhabitants. This is a vety restricted suffrage. New Yoik Stale, with a population ol 2,COO,000, in the presidential canvas of 1811, pol...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

I._RTTRR FROM ORHGQN. We find in the Platte Argus, a letter from Oregon, addressed «' "'<-'»_""' "*' vid It. Atchison, n member of Congress_, and as it embodies considerable iiiformation respecting Ihe habits nnd condition „f the settlers >vc give a. porl.o.ol it insertion. ' The letlerM from Mr. P. II. "rsicrffi_^t-"; _-••• rr , _tained bvVny. and »'° »ut,Jecls of _, Grcl at H iiain _««. *" » <'<_- 6il0US ,0 liVC und _",he _vennnent _oMhe United State, They _nppear lo look to that government as free nnd happy, and ns most likely to be liberal in her leg islation. I have seen and hastily examined Hughes' bill to organize a territorial government bete. 1 notice that the only _persons who can claim any thing under it' pro-istotis ine " free white mules." Perhaps, lie was not informed in regurd to the iliaracler ol the population in this country. I will give'you some in formation in regnnl to that mallet; which you uiiiv rely upon as correct; leaving i...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

receiveuates irom the ot Later front Mexico. ¦ airi SI. r .. I rv e nave ", city Mexico to the 25th ult.—thirteen days la-U'r than the intelligence ol last week.— The news from Vera Cruz is to the 2'J h ult. At the latter place it was the general impression that all difficulties between the United States and Mexico were in o lair way to be amicably settled. Previous to the 29th the U. S. squadron had token its-departure. La Voz del Pueblo (on opposition journal of the city of Mexico) furnishes the foundation of Ihe report that negotiations weie likely to be resumed between the Uuited Stales and Mexico. It stales that in secret session, of the two chambers ol Congress, on the 14th of October, the Minister of Foreign Affairs communicated to them that the Consul of the United States, resident at Mexico, bad transmitted to him despatches from the Cabinet at Washington, the tenor ol which was ns follows; —That, desiring to avoid hoMilities between the two republics which ought to b...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 28 November 1845

ROUBERY OF A MAIL. • m •• > r '»-f _vr I 1 _111 ' I ne man poucti . meailelphia, made up at Albany orrthc 11th instant, was robbed on its way lo New York ci_(y. It was exceedingly valuable, containing _tfrafts_^-of banks to the amount of $120,000. It was not in charge of a mail agent, and the person whose duly it is (o take them from the boat, on her arrival at New York, to the Post-office found the mail bags ly ing on (ho deck of (he boat, the officer in whose _ruoms they were usually placed lor safeguard having retired to his birth and left them oq the deck, instead of retaining them in his room, and delivering them to the post-office porter when the boat arrived. The pouch spoken of was not among (hem. The boat reached New York at 4 o'clock in the murliing. The mail must have been taken off in the interval between the landing and (he arrival of (he por'or from (he post-office. The Albany Argus says Ihe Commcicial Bank hail _cnrlnted in it drafts to Ihe amount of {$...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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