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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

DR. E: GREEN'S ICED cS_. _BlsOn _^ PILL_«. _^_BIHK de:nand lor Ihe above _inerlicine fl __ in ihe last _VJ ur 5 years, is deemed a _sttflicienl apology fur placing it now fully bclorf the people ; anil Ihe diseases lor which il is applicable have become so prevalent li. tin* country lhat a reined v enlitlrd to confidence, is a gnat ile«lilera'um. The diseases 1 a ' .lude lo are Hepatitis, (Liver ahVclion,) Dyspepsia, nnd Ifmale Loiiiplmnts in (reiieri.l. 8: ' ./ "The above fulls will bept constantl y lor sale by Richard Shaw, Clearfield, David Adams, _llngir_, * tp, J. ft-' . Miller , do Oct. 20 lsJf..

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

AGENT WANTED I_'or _tlii*» _iiojuily. _rfllllE business will be to procure sub-Ji scribe's for, ami sell, when publish eUl, a _lorije, new, splenrlid lownsbip Map ..I the STATE OF I'KNNSYI.VANIA. The i|ual ilicalions u-iiuiri-d ..re a small i _- 'ipiiat ol !* H)0, sobriety: integrity, in dustry, energy, and active btisinesi talents. Itiloi _niaiiori ol the lerins ol the a gency (winch are liberal) will be given on application. POSTAGE PAID, to ALEXANDER HARRISON, Superintending Agent, 6;] South 7_tn Sired, Philadelp hia. Sept. 25. 1846 —6m.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

VO li"TR yT PRACTICAL GOOP._NKSS. The plain good iiinn whose m Jioriv n _^iih More virluo than a sect can prjk.y_. li, _Porairea hiB course, titiyagelv h|ost. Hjslulor wh_._^pei._ns in Inn hrea _' _n Nnr could lie net .. purer p..-!, Thr.tiKb he had Tn'ly all hy h.-nri , j And whin he drops ihe tear .11. wo, lie little ki.uns _.nr cares In know. Thai Kpiiici 110 blamed lhat tear. Hy hei.ven upprmel_) , lo ntluedear MoortK.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

Administrator's jY oticc. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Letters ol Administration have been "'anted to the buosenber on llio estate ol George Hunter, late of Lawrence township, dee'd. All persons indebted lo said estate will make payment without delay, and those having; claims will present them duly authenticated. ROSS READ, Adro_'r. Larwence tp. Nov. S. 1846.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

SPANISH _*Ohl: LEATII kj ER for sale at the store ol 17th No v, R SHAW.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

NEW _^OODS. BA\1EL BARRETT n .\S ju>( received u splendid assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS which he is determined in sell is low lor cash or m cichan«e lor country produce as they can be purchasrd in the county.— Thanklul Inr past favors, he lakes tins op puritinilT lo say to his old customers that he desires them lo call at his old sland in nl) cases before purchasing elsewhere — satisfied il tlu-v examine hi* slock and prices, ihey will continue lo trade with lum. His slock coiisi-sls in part ol BROADCL O THS, CA SSI MERE S, SATTI .V E TTS, ME RIN O E S. ALPACCAS, MOUSde. Lain?* ROPES of the latest style, ('A SUM FRF S, GING HAMS, CHECKS, of various avalitict. SHAWLS. An assortment ol Shawls, Common & Su perior. BO .VNETS. A full assortment ol the latest anil besi style. A lorpe anil general assortment ol Mats _# Caps, Boots _# Shoes. A general _ansortment ol Looking Glasses, QUEENSWABE, HARDWARE. GROCERIEE _.S. CONFECTION A IilES, S,-c , &..T" All of w...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

" _. _- , _i i I NEW GOODS. t -pj _Bjtw A RE now receiving and oi _Kb _^J J. a. Pfni't? al iheii old u ' _lanij _^p _wB_^ in the borough ol _ClearlieliJ,. ' «j _^U_^4;a fresh and well assorted stuck »<¦> IF.mII nBid Wialtr _CioQds,... j Conjisiit_.g of cloths, caisimeres. *at ' melta\ , well usMuied ; cashmeres, al paccas, merinos, mous de laincs. bombazines , cup and bonuet ribapdt, ladies and gen' tler_/icns_^ gloves, hosiery, bonnets that cun, t be I tat, shawls of every variety, handkerchiefs, prints of all descriptions, muslins of every _ejualily, sole leather, sheet iron, cast-steel, tinware, hardicare, groceries, boots, ladies and gents ' shoes, hats and caps, A/c. &c , All of the above stuck ol Roods will be .sold Inw for CASH, anrl exchanged lor COUNTRY PRODUCE. | Tne hij-_' iest price*- r_»iven for FURS and iSKINS. FLAX, CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEKD. GRAIN, BEES WAX. HOME MADE FLANNEL, &c. Sic. I Nov. 27, 1H-10.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

NEW GOODS. E. & W. F. IRWIN HAVE just received their " wmlei'« stock ol _gotidsi consisting ill part ol iDnrx v»<Qi&iiD Q Of every variety and description. GRO (FRIES, Hardware. Drugs and Med _icines, _ijucentware . Hats, Caps, Bon nets, Btott and Shoes, Carpe.tting, Clocks. Baskets. Umbrellas, Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff. Sugar, Looking Glass es. Sail. Nails, Brooms, Gum Over _sliocs. Books and Stationary. Cooking Stoves, Ten Plate and Coal Stoves. ,\c. AH ol which they wish to dispose ol at as low j«i ices as c»n possibly be affoidcd, especially when CASH is in llie qurslinn. The highest price oi»en (or GRAIN, PORK. BUi'TKR, I_'.GC.S. R\GS, TIMOTHY, FLAX and CLOVER SEED, SHINGLES & LUMBER of all kinds, FURS. &c. &c. Nov. 27, 1S4G.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

THISWAY! J UST received and for .ale by '.lie subscriber al his ' old stand ' in '.lie borough nf Clearfield, a general assortment of Fall Ac Winter Goods, consisting in part of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES, HARDWARE , QUEENSWARE i HATS A_> CAPS, ROOTS, _fr Shoes. BONNE' /S: Books <$• Stationary UMBRELLAS, DRUGS, COTTON YARN, GLASS, CARPET do. Looking Glass, *, Confectionary, Tobacco ._> • Ctgare_, TINWARE, Oils, Paints, ._^ All of which he will srll as cheap for cash or COUNTRY PRODUCE as they can be had in toivn. The public are respect lully invited to call, examine his Mot I; and judge for themselves. RICHARD SHAW. Nov. 17, 1816.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 2 January 1847

M ACKEREL for sale at'the store J ol R. SHAVY- \ inn Nov, •; ••¦ ¦ • ¦ _^ r~*— \ " --¦ ¦ _- '

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

1 W_( Adventure of a Basbtal "ibover. " II... _.f _tli. _h'._IIm _«._n.r«.Khn.( ..{¦ it4 |L« eyes ever since, " At length Jack obtained an introduction through his sister, nnd with her he. called several lions ; but the wat obliged to leave the eitj for a _seaton, ard at each interview had only increased his ardor, he finally determined upon 'going it alone,' Long before the hour fixed upon b y cutton for so evening visit, fie found himself arrayed in his best. Blue coat, .netal buttons) black castimere panlt, (said pants _beiag a ' leelle * tighter than the skin) and a apnt!ets vest. The journal* of the day State at an item of information that the _IhermoBf _ler ranged from 75 to 80 degrees ' . Jack swears it was a hundred! At the hour drew graduall y near, Jack found hit courage and perspiration oozing out together, and he almoit determined to pull off and stay at home. He concluded, however, he'd take a walk past the house and •ee how he felt. By Ihe time he reached the man...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

Wreck of the United States Brig Somerss—Circ.it _Lossof Life. i rom tha Now Orloans papers of Dec. 22. Pai»eJ Midshipman Rogers, of the Sumers, was taken prisoner while, in the most daring manner, making a reconnoisance in (he neighborhood of the magazine at Vera Cruz, a few ni ght* before she was lost. We give a full account of fm enterprise in another part of oar paper. We hasten to R ive the lollowing full account of the log* of the Somen, furnished ii« by one of our attentive correspondents, _together with other _Irlters giving additional details of the melancholy calamity : U. S. _SuuAunoN. Anton Lizahoo, Doc. 9, 1816 Gblntlemkn:— I have been r«que*tcd to make a statement of the circumstances attending the melancholy loss of the U, S, brigSoinert, _wbils maintaining the block ade <iff the harbor of Vera Cruz, The writor ol this was a witness of most of the occurrences detailed, _r_?nd the narration may be regarded as every way authentic_. On the evening of the 7t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

INDIA RUBBER. The natives of those parts ot South America to which these trees are indi g enous, convert the juice to a variety of purposci. They collect it chiefly in the rainy season, because, though it will exude at all times, it flows then most abundantly. Boots are made ol 'it by thu Indians, through, wbicb water cannot penetrate,- snil the inhabitants of Quito prepate a kind of cloth with it, which they apply to the same purposes as those for which oil-cloth or tarpaulin is used here. This, no doubt, is similar to the cloth now prepared with this substance in America, the use of which ¦ yields so many important advantages.— YbulA'a Gazelle. r_*r_*~ • ' ¦ I ' «fTrying times," at the loafer mid on entering the Criminal Court! , ¦ ,. ' ,. .. r..K.. _rtco. If these trees arc punctured, a milky juice flotis out, which, on exposure to the air, thickens into a substance ol o pure white color, having neither taste nor _sroelj. The hue of the Caoutchouc of commerce is black in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

POETRY. _aaKSSi_: ' ' ' ¦ ¦ ' ' rs From Neol'e Saturday _Gozstte. WINTER. BT lOMttODY _tUL Olu Winter—cold Winter it coining at lust >--Spring, Summer, and Autumn, are over and post. ' The birds are all gano to n sundier cltrnr, Aafl tho flowers doted up, 'till another Spring lime. Me comas with a rapid and glorying stride, Wrappod up in his mnnllo ol snow and ol pride; And he laughs as the cold, icy frost of his breath Withers up _eitry green thing, nnd given it to Death! He comes in hit glory, lie rorr.es in his might, Bedecked with _irosi_._dinmonils, and icc-jewols bright; And coldness, and freezing, and whirl wind", and snows, Are wilh bim forever, wherever ho goe*' lie eoten tho dwellings ot rich men and poor, In village or city, on mountain or moor; But whether to country, to village, or town, Reevor with freezing and silcr.ee comas down. Re bcedt not the poor, nor their pitiful cry' No tear of compassion e'er ilimmeth his lye ; He caret not t straw for their shi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

¦ JMSJfcas-Sa Tt» " DEMOCRATIC BANNER" it published wttkly, et $2 per annum—or $1 15 if paid in nd. 'a1 "*- . No paper ran bo discontinued (unless at (he or tttn _«_f the editors! until all arrearage! are paid. ftS"Advcrtisenient_9_f &c„ at tho usual _rnloa.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

••_tsaatsaaaHaaMarntnr mtusfti iwrm!_w_*_X9._*xMr_~_m* -tfr tarn it.piv m. u!isratawaasffaSJ8_aS»_sjws> 3D win oc rati c 13 a n n ft. CLEAKKIELD, Pa. Jan. 0, !847. gO°Our (hanks are due Col. Bigler and Maj. Reynolds for early favors from Har risburg. The Organization—Both Brantihesof the Legislaiuie organized on lbs 5th. In the House, Mr. Cooper, ol Adams, was c lecled Speaker. He it the most prominent rival ol Gun. Irvin'_s for the Whig nomina nun lor Governor. Tins will give Cooper a vantage ground lint uill ba hard for the General to overcome. In taking the Chan Mr. Cooper addressed the House, in winch he took occasion to urge the passage of resolutions in favor of the hkpkal of the Tariff ol '46, and Ihe restoration of the Tariff ol'42 We hope the Whigs will continue to occupy this position throughout the contest of'47. The _Demociats in the HoiiHe voted for John C. Knox, ol 'Tioga —a young man of promising _latenls. In ihe Senate, Mr. Gibbons, of Ihe city, was ei...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

From tha _Psnnsylvanian Francis R. Shank. i ne aiate ol Pennsylvania has never bad an _Rxecuiive more devoted to her interests than Francis R. Shunk. nor has the Democratic party of this Common* weslth, ever had a more hoaeal & slrsi ghtfnrwaid representative in the Gubernatorial chair. Since the day of his inauguration in January, ol 1545, he has been distinguished for his _inllexib_'e adherenco In Democratic principles, for hia steadiness in (he support nf the leading measures of the Democratic parly, and for his un'mng vigilance and firmness in the diacharge el his • ITici.il duties. The ttvnsei. linns of the Legislature, since hit election , have been made remarkable by the clearness and intrepidity ol the messages that have emana'cd Irom hit pen, nor has tbo bi:terest opponent of Democracy ever bsd uccasiun to cavil at the terms he has employed, while maintaining those great truths which lie at the Inundation of our political creed . He has not hrtiUted tu/dl y ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

fromtri * New _OrloontPicayune, Dec _S6, Later from the Army. duced them to one-third of their ori ginal ttrenghrr Grn. Patterson still has his qsa'lers in the oily, and we cannot venture s statement as to any fixed day lor his departure, such information _uot being cone at; the best, way to state it, it to say that he will be off when he gels ready.— It is given out that the _expedffitui proceeds first to Victoria, which will lengthen Ihenarch to Taropico one fourth, and stake it a journey ol near five hundred ¦silts. But we shall see what we shall see. We cannot conceive what everybody is to be sent to Tampiro for. ' What «lo they ia the south when they should be' —lomtwhire else." 'The 3d and 4th Illinois regiments broke _sp their encampments at tais place n» Msoday last, and commenced the March far Tampico. It it the intention, we understand, to form an encampment at Moqote, a rancho about six leagues distant, and awsit the earning ol supplies, which we hear tt stated wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

_Infest _fVoDii Ulir Army. MOKI£ RUIN. — La«i weok t\a recorded iho fuel, aaya iho New Hampshire _(Vriol uf ihe 24ih ull..itiui _ihfi Jttt-ksun _iitBnutdciuritig Co., had juhi declared a jfmt-annuni dividend ol ninr prr cent.. _Iiemg 01 the rain ol eighteen prr cent, for the _yeur. The _Nashuu Co have nuiv _tuude u St-nii annual dmdend ul tight per tel , haiiig sixteen par vent, fur q year on iho _eapiiul _invesied,' Tho _AtnoHkeag MaiHitnriuring (_,_Vs stock bow sail, al thirty four urr cent, aiivauee—thai is, what cost q dollar Hi now tvorih a dulbir _tirui thirty four cenlM Tins ta Ihe kihil of ruin inflicted upon iho nunu'aL-iuni:_g bu<int>3_> bj ihe drrnocruuc larilT Capl. Sione, »_uh a detachment of 70 men, lound 200 Mexicans in a rancho on tbo _Uiu San Juan, and Capt. Canlion, the particular object of bis _seaich Cannon was captured, and also the muster roil ul hit coaopany, together with letters of in alruction from Aropudia and Parades, and a la...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 9 January 1847

SALTILLO. ' We are favored wiih ths following copy nf a letter received from an officer under Gen. Taylor, Although it contains 110 tews, strictly speaking, it is of interest for it! account of Saltillo,- & of the march 10 that city—being, indeed, the first w« base seen. —N. Y. Cent. Adv. DaaeooN Ctur, _nnan Momtibet, Mexico, _November 35,1846. 1 have just returned from Saltillo. where 1 have been with the dragoons as escort Jo Gen. Taylor, who accompanied the <c-»r»«nd under Geo, Worth, which war cbeii from here ler that place on the 13ih i»st. Thu force, in all numbetiog _abaol 00c (_housed men, _maichevl into the city and 1 took possession of the same on the 16th mat.; and Gen. Worth, with hi * division <>t tbout e.2 ht hundred men . now remains I in command of the same. We loond no troops in the city, nor met wilh any resistance in taking possession of it || is situated tbout fifty mile* southwest from hue, and contains at present titer twenty ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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