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

_ff !££&&£&& Th_» •'DEMOCRATIC BANNER" is published weekly, on Wednesday mornings, at S2 per onnum —or 81 75 if paid in ndvanco. No popor inn bo iliaronliniipil (unless nt (ho op* lion of the editors) until nil nrrcnrnges arc paid. flCrAdvcrlisemonls. &c nl tlio nsnnl _raleo.

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

Latest from the Army ! lor intended to accompany him with the 2d ftegiinent Dragoons, but would return again to Monterey, leaving-Gen, Worth there. No resistance was anticipated Occupation of Monclova by Gen, Wool, aud Chihuahua by Co/. Doniphan. Gen. Worth at f Saltillo. My the arrival at New Oi _' eans. on the 27th ult. ol the steamship McRun. which left Hrazn-i on the 24th ul_*.. the papers of that city have the annexed _intciesting intelligence from the army: Among Ihe pas._tcnjrcis by the MclCnn, were Major * McLane and Graham, bear ers ol despatches, from Gen. Taylor to Washington, and Capt. G. T. M, Davis, bearer of despatches Irom Gen. Wool to Washington, as were also several ofl' _u '« and citizens, .of whom a list is given eiv where, nnd one hundred anil Rliy disabled • nil discharged volunteers. Wo had Ihe pleasure, _invs the Delia, of tin interview with Capt. Davis, aud Irom the information which he politely communicated to us, we make up the following general su...

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

" Hold _lliem to it. " In an 11«*mi undor ihis heiid in our pnper of [he tiTlh Nov.-mtmr, we _touk otcunun lo nrgu I lie De. mucrals of Peiinsv I _vjnia lo h"M ihe Whigs lo their Inli- position on iho Tnriff (|Ue»lion, sia:mg Ihni from coriuiu ominous _mgns thul pnrly, so famotid (or changing lis plume*, was about stealing our Pmuorrtiiic ihoodur on lb,, quosllun, and lhat, insload of continuing lo _advacaio a "RliSTOItATION" of iho 1'arill of '1'-. Ihey wore ubout or. gnnizing in favor of simply mulifi/iii_^ th o Turiii of ' •IG. Wo nlso _slaled thnt Moles* Geo. _Jrviri ivns misrepresented he, us ;:n Iron-m._uler, iliouglit Iho duly imposed on Iron by the latter act w as as high as it should be. Tho Ucllofunle ''H' li'/; " notices the article above nlludod In, nnd says .-Tho Bunner, -ve believe, has always boen n con-• intern advuciiiu of what is commonly called Ihe freo trade ibeory. It did nut nsseri thai the inrirTo/ ' '12 would bo safer in Iho hands of Mr. Polk _lliari in...

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

¦" RAILROAD TO THK EAST. ¦• We wish we hail it in our power lo inform our readers nl the progre«» that is now bein<; _TiuJe in the much _talkeil of mil road _coinnuiiiciilinn from |hi«. ritv In Ualtitimre. There is not that determination mitnifestt'ij bf tbe _Maltimnrran*: to push nn ihe work Hut we expecteil. Thev either wi,h to lorm a railro.vl connection with thii city or rhey do not j if they tin we think Ihey _»_hnulil make their wishes more apparent — if Ihey do not, the sooner Piltjburjjherj know the fact the better.— We _<lr»pise coquetry ol every kind. It will not do for the Baltimore Company to hold out the idea (hut they intend tnskinr" Pittsburgh, Wheeling and _Pnrkemburgh all the _terminus of their Road ! It must go to one ol the place* named, unrl il thi_« city be lhat place, it U hi°htiiue that some more reliable evidence ol ihe tact _shnulil be _nianileiteil. _Pttt_.bur_^h has acted in good faith in this math-r. Our citizen* labored hai (I and _su...

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

From fHciico. The news from Mexico is ol considera ble importance. The Mexican administration is said In be dissolved, and Almonte is going to England. Sanla Anna has been compelled !o refund Ihe two millions of dollars which he recentl y stole from u conducts_. How the new administration is to be composed is not mentioned. For the rest, itjsevidenyhat Santa Anns is collecting ,as large a force as possible at San Luis Potosi. The number of troops already under bis command is said to be about eighteen thousand, which are expected to be augmented in a few weeks to thirty _theutinsl. In view of this fact much anxiety appears to be fell by some as to the situation and prospects of our Army. The New Orleans Bnlletin, speaking in reference to this subject, says : " The impression is, that Santa Anna il collecting so large a force with a view to assume Ihe offensive and cut of) the supplies aad retreat of our army. Due allowance, however, ought to be made for the usual quantity of ...

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

Democratic Whig _Tleeling. Resolved, That we know Gen James Ihvin of Centre county, and are fully assured that the interests of tho commonwealth and the principles for which the Whig party are contending, would be pro moted by his nomination in said convention—and our delegalos are instructed to give his nomination their cordial support. Resolved, That the delegates have full power and authority to substitute and appoint in their stead suitable persons as sub slitutes, in _caso of their inability to attend said convention. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be published in the Democratic Banner, in Clearfield county, nnd in the Whig papers of this Senatorial and Representative district. (Signed by the officers.) A musician, a while ago, in giving a concert io the city of Cleayetand, Ohio, informed the public that a variety of sungs might be expected, too tedious to men lion. .'-. _- . In _pnrsnanco of public notice the Demo craiic Whigs of Cleal field county he...

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

Capture of Tampico. By the arrival »f the U. S. steamer Mississippi at New Orleans, information was received of the capture ol Tampico on the 15lh ult. The fleet sailed under Com. Conner on the 11 In and 12th ults. On the 14th Commodore ¦ Perry crossed Ihe bar with Ihe 'Spitfire, Vixen, Petrel, Bnnila and Reefer, reinforced from the Cumberland, Mississippi, Princeton and St . Mary'_s. There _wts po opposition made to the American arms. , The town was surrendered unconditionally, the garrison having been previously withdrawn. The Mississippi sailed immediately f'> New Orleans for troops to j-*rri,un the captured town, and it is said that within three hours after Com. Pcrrv announced the capture nf the place,. at New Ot leans, all Ihe necessary plans were_/mmle, all the requisitions sent out, _messengers and even steamboats under way and in _rradiness in provide for all the contingencies of the case. The N. O. Picayune says : " Although the city was taken without the lo...

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

•Seorcje !W. Dallas. Wo hove ol Icngib succeeded in finding room lor ibo very nble, ond still moro important, Idler ol Vice Prcsidont Dallas, lo iho Washington couniy Committee). Il is unnecessary lo invito attention to it, fur wo fee! certain lhat no man will refuse il a careful, ond wo Irusl, unprejudiced peru_.ul. The importance of _llio subject, llio liiRh posili..n of iho nulhor.no less than the shame ful cicotscs uf abuse _thnl hove been heaped upon Ills head, entitles Ibis loiter lo such attention. Why is Ibis lotlor noi more generally published ? Wo do not look for it in Fedcrol papers, because, for ihem lo give il lo their renders would be ofTec. luaUy to'thaw the MU ' t-Amertcan, and am ' i.Renutilieon doctrino of tho protective policy, and the bnsc injustice nnd inequality of their dearly beloved tariff of '42; but lor _popors professing to-be ibo exponents of Pemoivnlie principles should refine lo lay this document beforo Ihoir _ronders, is conirary Iu every prinri...

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

• "¦' ' From Chihuahua. Intelligence Iroui Chihuahua to the 21st _k>f September, confirms the _previous repart* of the mob at that place having driven out the foreign residents. This action of the won was precipitated, it is stated, ty _thexofiduct ot Dr. _VVislenius, who had tfaveHed with the wagons of Ifeyer, as far as _Pasiodel Norte, but thence pushed ahead ito €hihuabua. He arrived there juat _aboat the time of the reception of the news of Gen. Kearneys entry into Santa Fe—pirt up at the Fonda, or inn for strangers, and requested permission of the owners to Gre off hts arms in the yard, as they had beta loaded ever sines he left Independence, Leave was granted, and he discharged about twenty eung. This firing was mistaken by the Mexicans for rejoiciogs of the Americans, qnd a company of fifty men waited upon the Governor and requested permission to punish them in- I sjantly ; but he would suffer no violence, and advised the forcigncrii—Americans—to leave the city...

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

Central Kail Road. Wo rejoico lo find llint this great project is gai» ning sironglh every where. When the question is examined and discussed, iho utility of a Rail Road Corriiiiiinienlion from 'Philadelphia to Pint. burg, 13 firmly established. Since tho Councils of Philadelphia hnvo subscribed (too and a half millions, Ihere seems lo bo hut hllle doubt of the ultimot o suiceis of ihis grcol enterprise- Even llie people of Pntsburg art beginning lo look upon the measure iu a more favorable light. Wo annex s_. few _paragraphs from the ' Morcury & Manufacturer, ' of ihe _QUih uliimo, on this subject, from which ihe render will perceive that lliere i» now much dusnlisfaciion in llint cily with tho conduct of tho n.iliiinom and Ohio Rail Road Company, and lhat public attention is hereb y turned lo the Pennsylvarui road, as thuir only reliance. We hopo ihis spirit may extent! used in ihi« > Birmingham of A' _nioncu,' and lhat the citizens and capitalists of thai cii...

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

¦Ron. Wan. Bigler. A correspondent of ihe ' Lycoming Gazette' proonls in llie _public tho name of our lowrumnn, the lion- IVii Biat.tr.il, in eonneclion with tho approaching nomination for Governor, in ibo must complimentary terms. Mr. Bigler, we aro aw-aro, is not anxious lo 1)0 regarded on nn ospirnnt lo llint dislingiiishod simian; but wo ugreo wild ihe correspondent of llio ' Gazelle,' that Ins energy nnd _q«n sidinly as a _rcprcscniaiivo in the Senaie, logolher wilh hi" good _naliirul capacity, hnvc mode him thoroughly acquainted wilh the interests of Pennsylvania, nnd rondorod him competent lo dischorgo tlio _dnlies of almost nny station in tlio Gnvornmcrii. Wo know, too, lhat no man in Ihe _Slale will mnlio moro anxious efforts to hen! Iho unfortunate seisms lhat hnvo recently distracted nnd defeated iho _DcmoctDlic parly, than Mr. !$. If all our public men ore nriiiftied by ihosamo feelings and _rnonvos, tho pnrty will be completely united in Iho _coniesi of 1847. tie ...

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

Ot m o tt nil c 33 n nne ' v. !7c:i.EA RFI ELD, Pa. Deo. 10, 1816. Pkksident_'_s Message.—We received this document loo lata to lay a portion of it before our readers in this week's paper-We have not had _timo to peruse it, and therefore cannot speak of its _meiitsasaState paper. It is _^roty lengthy, but we shall endeavor, if possiblo, to lay it before our readers entiro in our next—asking for it a careful and attentive perusal by every wellwisher of his country. .

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

For tbe Banner. •DEMOCRATIC WHIG." Messrs EDiTons: — I have olten heard of "Democratic Whigs," bul never believed there were such things in the land until lately. 1 will explain it to you, if you will p feaie to _explain it to the people i _»y publishing what I have to say. In your _jiaprr of the 12th Sept. last, was the proceedings of the Conleree meeting to nominates Candidate for Congress. Some o( the resolutions there passed prove that 1here are some Democrats that are full ol Whig principles. Look at this; : "Resolved, That we disapprove of the course of the General Administration in relation to the tniiff bill of 1842." The resolution _preceding this is in the tame strain. But look at the following: - "Resolved. That we will not support uny man hereafter for President, Congress, or any other representative office who is not a protective tariff man in deed as well as word. The authors of the above resolutions call themselves Democrats. But will the people ee/ee _«tth th...

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

Later from 7_£e\ico. Extract of a letter dated Washington, Decembei 1st, 18-10 : " Despatches have been received which state that Santa Anna has withdrawn all his forces (rum S.in I.ins I'u'osi, and taken up his line of march far the city of Mexico, which place he intends loganison and lordly. " It was reported that _several of his olfir. ci shad piuclaimed against him previous to his depai lure. " This news seems scry duubtful: The S.iulliern papers have no confirmation ol il. Expenses of the _If' ar.—The Washington Union, reletting to Mr. _WebslerS statement of [he expenses ol the wai being so ruinous snv»: On this mailer, let us refer " tu the Treasurer's books. They show that the expenditures ol our j_;ove'ninetit (or the nine months ending September _IHlih. 18-16, (at which time ' the war hail been carried on nearly five month-,) were about S'27,000. 000. _During the same months of ihe vear 1811, wiUi Mr. Webster in the Depa'tmeiit ol Slate, and when there was no war, t...

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

Pennsylvania first in the Field.—Ot the nine Volunteer Infantry regiments called far by ihe Secretary of War. the one fiom Pennsylvania was the first to report tbtmstives read y for duty. Ei ght companies are accepted from the city and county of Philadelphia, one from Pottsville, and another from Pittsburg. Great praise is due to Adjutant General Bowman for his activity in organizing- the regiment. 7hey are to serve ' until the end of the war with Mexico, unless sooner discharged.' _|C7*Gen. Scott embarked from New York on the 1st instant, for the seat of war in Mexico. It is said lhat he is to take command. _BCTCnm. Stewart, it is rumored b y most of the Washington letter writers, is abonltossil for the Gulf of Merico . lo take command of the fleet on that coast, and that an immediate attack will be mado on Veia Cruz. Stewart is the man for that business. Something- interesting may be looked for. |C7*The Democratic Slate Central Committee have issued ihe usual notice for hoi di...

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

WAR ! WAR ! ! WAR !!! The undersigned have associated them «elvf_» Ingether for the formation of an in dependent volunteer corps, to be styled, called, and known as the " Cleavfic'd _Goards." and invite all young men to come forwaid and j oin us in the _undertaken;. — Our beloved country is now at war with ihe.Mexican nation, and, jiidyina from the aspect nf matters ae they now slam), we be _lieve that war lo have onlv commenced.— A call for one _teoiroenl has already been made upon the citizen soldier y of our Stale: and should we not be read y to march for our country whenever called upon by legal authority? Can we be ready without some Vnowledge of military _laclicksl Certainly not. Then we again say, especially to our young mm, turn otit and let tie form acornpany for drill and exercise that will nt once be a credit to the county and of incalrulab_'_s benefit to ourselves if we should be called into service. The uniform will be in accordance wilh ihe United Stales military...

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

NEW GOODS. DANIEL BARRET1 HAS just received a splendid assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS which he is determined to sell as low lor cash or in _exchange for country _produce as they ran be purchased in the county. — Thankful Inr past favors, he takes this opportunity to _*_av in his old customers that he de»_ires thi-m to call at his old stand in all cases before purchasing elsewhere — satisfied if they examine his stock and prices, they will continue to trade with him. His stork consists in part of > BROADCL O TIIS, CASSIME RES SA TTINE TTS, MERINOE S, A LP A CCA S, AW O S de Lain es ROBES of the latest style, CASHMERES, GINGHAMS, CHECKS, of various qualititt. SIBAWB_.S. An assortment ol Shawls, Common & Superior_, _o BONNETS. A lull assortment of ihe latest and best slyle. A large and general assortment ol Hats $• Caps, Boots $ Shoes, A general assortment of Looking Glasses, QUEENSWARE, HARDWAR E. GROCER1EES, CONFECTION AMES_._frc, EC7_=_*AI1 of which will ...

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

TO COLLECTORS _/_j_^m_^_SB l___r|pHE Collectors of WL\ P M^^_to _- _N_^ &L 'he several townjiU L_^u3_tSr ships in ihe county of PiSrl_^ Clearfield, for years ~SJ» vsaD _^ preceding 1846, are hereby informed lhat in pursuance of an act of Assembl y pasted the 29th day of April, 1844, interest at (he rate of 5 per cent, per annum, will be charged on the several balances due by them for State tax from and after the 2nd Tuesday of January last. The collectors for 1846 are also notified that interest at the tame rate will be charged on any balance of Slate tax that mavremain unpaid by them fiom and alter the ~'nd Tuesday of January, 1847. They will therefoie sec the necessity of immediatel y pijing off their duplicates. By order of the Commissioners, H. P. THOMPSON, CPk. Comm'rs Office, Clear- > field, 14th Nov. 1840. $ Administrator's JVbtice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat Letters ul _Administration have been granted In the subscriber on the estate of Gemge Hunter, ...

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

More Cheap Goods KRATZER &BARRETTS' HAVE just received and opened a new and splendid assortment at their old stand, where il is well known they have always sold goods cheaper than any other establishment in Clearfield county. They are thankful to the public lor the very " liberal patronage already bestowed upoD them, and assure them, that so long a* they extend their encouragement, (hey will continue to sell them goods n_» low as they can be brought from the city and sold in this county. They have opened their lall stock, which is very heavy, and com-, prising a g eneral assortment of 3B'3S'Sa'©<S'<2>JB'S' o Such _»b ciolln, casamerts, satinets, cali cos, muslin, Jlannel, limey, _fyc. A few pieces first ra(e cashmere and motis de taint, merinos', alpacas', cashmere and terkari shawls, dress handkerchiefs, ladies lies, velvet, a splendid assort ment of every description of ribbons ; und 10,000 things that wt carinof nien-! lion.

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

NEW GOODS JL3*©a Asm _& _sao_^_iasB M A RE now receiving and o--L w_. peiiing at then old stand in the boiou_^h ol Clearfield, a fie_»h and well assorted stock of Fall and Winter _^_oods, Consisting ol cloths, cassimeres, tatinetts, will _assorted ; cashmeres, alpaccas, merinot, mous tie laines. bombazines , cap nnd _bonict ribands, ladies and gen tlemens' gloves, hosiery, bonnets that can't be beat, shawls of every variety, handkerchiefs, prints of all descriptions, muslins of every quality, sole leather, sfiert iron, casl-slcel, tinware, hard wine, groceries, boots, ladies and gents shoes, hats and caps, f _, -c. Sac. All ol the above slock ol goods wilt be sold low for CASH, and exchanged lor COUNTRY PRODUCE. I lie highest [_inces given for FURS and SKINS. FLAX, CLOVER - ml TIMOTHY SEED. GRAIN, BEES-WAX HOMEMADE FLANNEL, &c. &r. Nov. 27. 1840.

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