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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

NEW GOODS. E. & VV. F. IRWIN HAVE just rrcrived their winter 's stock ot goads ennsisting in part of Of every variety and description, GPO CERIES, Hardware, Drugs and Med icines, _yucenswure . Hats, Caps. Bonnets, Bsols and Shoes, Carpetting, Clqcks, Baskets. Umbrellas. Tobacco, Cigars. Snuff, Sugar. Looking Glass es. Salt, Nails, Broom/, Gum Overshoes, Books and Stationary, Cooking Stoves, Ten Plate and Coal Stoves, _#c. All ol which they wish to dispose nf at as low prices as can possibly be aiTortled, enpecially when CASH is in the question. The higheni price _gi_^_fn for GRAIN, PORK. BUTTER, EGGS. RAGS. TIM OTHY. FLAX and _CLOVKR SEED, SHINGLES & LUMBER of alt kind s FURS. &c. &c. Nov. 27, 1846.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

GREATARRRTAL B_1GLER, BOWTON & P0WE_$ ¦_WlT OUI-n re«p' _rclfuliy inform thee,!: yf 'liens of Clearfield rutinty, () „_j. they have . received Irpm Philadel phia' and hnvc now _npenrtl, nt iheir uld stamt; adjoining the _ffurt house, in the b6rmj>>V ol Clearfield, a large ond mignificen' .tV eorlment of ¦ * <¦ , ',rj Sana u 8»*:N835ax ©©©tea, <•;' Consisting of Dry Goods,- Groceries, fay lasses. Hardware, Queensware. BomieH ,\ Boots, Shoes, Hats, Capt, tyk.,--\n tn ' o_^i _everything u»ually found in a country« store from a '»needle to an anchor,'' whirh i they will dispose ol at Ihe.lriwert rotes_/of i CASH, oil hinds of COUNTRY PRO. DUCE. BOARDS. SQUARE llMtiER;. SHINGLES, BROAD RAILS, &tv&e,s Tlie public are invitrd to rail and ts. amine their stOi-k before p'irchnsing eltci 'i where. • _i Der. 10. 1840.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

THIS WAT JUST received and for sale by '.he sub _scriber at his • old stand' in '.he borough of Clearfield, a general assortment ol Fall & Winter Goods, consisting in part of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE . HATS Sf CAPS, BOOTS d> Shoes. •BONNETS, Books _fy Stationary UMBRELLAS, DRUGS, COTTON YAR N. GLASS, CARPET do. Looking Glasses, Confectionary, Tobacco £ Ci/rars, TINWARJZ . Oils, Paints . £c. All ot which he will sell as cheap for cash or COUNTRY PRODUCE as thev can be had in . town. The public are respectfully _inviied to call, examine his stock, and judge for themselves. RICHARD SHAW. Nov. IT, 1846.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

WAR! _WAR!! Not with Mexico but with the old Tyram BueiiiTiATisn. DR. WM. P. HILLS, feeling much sympathy for thoie afflicted with Rheumatism, takes this method of inviting them to rail at his office and get cured,— This method is almost new, and very simple, but will positively elTect a cure on the most scientific principles. Rheumatism _Iibs long been a desideratum with physicians, and it is only of late that the (rue principle of cure has been discovered. He would stale, tu all concerned, that he has alread y performed a number of cures, and can confidently assert that bis is the only true method. fctyTRY IT AND SEE. Clearfield Nov. 3, 1846/ BLANKS _%r sate at this <#_«.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

POETRY hAture_'_s NOBLEMAN. Away with false fashion, to rnlm nnd so thill. Where pleasure itself cannot please ; 'Aunt* With cold breeding, that laithl'tidy mil, . Affcrlslo l_^eqnile ot its cose i lor the deepest in feeling is hiobrsl in mtik--The freest is first in tbe Unm!; And Natori?\)0«n noblrmtin, frirndly and frank, I* lift mort with Ins henri in his hand. FmrlcM in n ' onrtiy. _genilrvyd just. . He »aimlv ran love and con hale ; Nor mill h« bow down, wiih hit _fnc c in ihe dust, : To ¦ intolerant stnte; For bett in good breeding, nnd highest in ronh, ¦ TtMD|b lowly or poor in Ihe land, ItNMtjre_'e own nohlemnn, honest and frank—Tile m»n with hit heart in his hand. /Iwl»ihkmi» passion, _sitircro nmt intense, • Bis _impntso it simple nnd true; If it tttnperrd by judgrncn!, and taught l>_v good ' - _stanse, i AftSeordtSil with me ond with you—Tertbe finest in manner, ns highest in ran*. _v lt)_TO*l, ro»n! or you,man! who stand Nltum'_s own noblemoir, Irieodly nnd ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

DR. E. GREEN'S RED & BROW\ P1I,K.$. THE demand lor the above medicine in the last 2 or S jeor9, is deemed a sufficient apolnr»y for placing it nnw fully before the people j and the diseases fur which it is applicable have become so preva'ent in this country that a remedy entitled to confidence, is a great de_>itleratum. The diseases I allude to are Hepatitis, (Liver aflertion_.) Dyspepsia, and female complaints in general. 10°The above pills will bept constantly for sale by Richard Shaw. Cleat field, David Adams, Boecs _tn. J. W. Miller . do Oct. 20. 1846.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

WAGON & TIMBER WHEELS ®(_DJB @41tblB» • .:. :_; THE subscribers have on hand ont TWO HORSE WAGON , tod e good set of TIMBER WHEELS, 4 inch tyre—for sale or trade. KRATZER & BARRETTS'. Dec. 10. 1846. -_" ¦• ¦ • STOVE-PIPE for sale io _enV quantity for CASH, bv , KRATZER & _BARRETTS Nav. 27.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the P.O. a' Clear_, field, Pi. Jan. 1, 1847. AritJicw Stevens _Askey John, Bisgers Uzziali Dyers John—2 Caldwell B. H. _Curn ' _meiser _Augimoi Eke Fiances Ferguson Hun. J'. Hess Armliza M._rirtiu Lawrence Lets Abraham Lojd Rev..John—If Little Amos II. Merrell Mm. I.. MungerC. D. Oieiseerjof the Poor Ogden Nancy nl Ljwrence _townriiip Pearce Frank Roth Peter Rsnier Horrran Reed Miss Jane Sears W. H. Wurtti Martha .Mrs. Wilson Jane Mrs. WM.L. MOuRE_, r _m.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

AGENT WANTED ¦For (his County. rff_^ rl E business will be to procure sub __g_ scribers for, and sell, when publish ed, a _lorge, new. uplemiid township M_<r of Ihe STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA The qualifications required are a smal capital ol 8100, sobriety, integrity, in duilry, energy, and active business, tat ents. Information of the terms of the a gency (which are liberal) will be _giien ot application, POSTAGE PAID, to ALEXANDER HARRISON. Superintending Agent. Bi South 7th Street, _Philadelphia. Sept. 25. 1846—*m.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

NOTICE..:. ' .. NOT ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all persona indebted to the estate ol John Hegarty, late of Beccaria township, Clearfield county, either by notes or bonds, lhat their accounts are left in the hands ol John VV. Wright, E>q.f foi collection, and that they are required to pay the same on or befurejthe first day of February next. Those neglecting this notice will be issued against without respect 1o persons. HENRY _jIEGARTY,?p . , ,. WM. MULLEN, l Ex"_' Nov. 25,. 1846.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. that Letters ol Administration have been granted to the subscribers un the estate of John Laniborn, late of Chest township, Clearfield county, dee'd. All persons indebted to said estate are desired to make payment Without delay, and those having demands will present them properly authenticated for settlement. _JOSIAH W. LAM BORN, SAM'LK HEGARTY. Mmimtifalofs. Dec. lo, 184«.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 30 January 1847

BRANDRETH PILLS JUS! received a fresh supply of Brandrelh_'s justly celebrated pill* with directions for _iise; Price 85 *enU per box. For sale by E. & W. F. Ihtrui, who are the only authorized agents in the borpugb ofClearBeld. *-".... ; •Nov_^7,.1846.: ' " . ' .;£ . ' ' ¦

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

From J he _inny. _* the early part of our visit to Linares was a eaurce of benefit ami pleasure to its peop le, the latter pari of it was anything bul agreeable to them. Gen. Taylor had learned while at Monte Morales, that the _government of Mexico had £2800 in funds and a quantity of tobacco and cigars deposited in Linares, and he ordered one ol .-the Assistant Quarter _maBtets to demand and receive it, in the name ol the United Slate*, from the Alcalde—construing the aoolhing _eyatetn of our government in such a mnnner as to give him the right of taking public properly, if nothing else. But when thecal! wa§ mode upon the Alcalde, he denied that there was anything belonging to the government m Linares. He was told that the Alcalde of Monte Morales had stated that the property above men turned wa» there, and lhat. it roust be g iven op. He confessed then that such pro ptrtj had been there, bat said thai an officer of the Meilcan army, with a parly of soldiers, came into town a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

... Fatniiic in Ireland. The English papers arc filled with shocking details of the misery caused by a want of food in Ireland, and the Highlands of Scotland, We can scarcely realize Ihe existence of such suffering as is described, anil which is brought upon the _unfor tun,He victims by no fault of their own .• • Appalling Dinttets.—We entreat our readers attention (o the following shocking description of the state ol-Skibberccn, and the surrounding district of West Car - bery_, in the county of Cork premising that it i« only an aggravated epitome of Iho _Buflerings of the poor starving peasant*? in other districts. It is by Mr. Cummins, a county magistrate, who thus writes lo the Duke ol Wellington: I went on (he 15<fi inst. toSkiabereejt, and to give ihe instance nf one townland district which I visited, ns an example of (he entire coast district, I shall state simp ly what I there saw. It is situate on (he eastern _sideol Gastlehaven haibor, and is named South Keen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

SOLILOQUY OF A _, BANK PRESIDENT. Extract from Lippard's nrw _IFork. entitled "The Nazarine. '_-' —''Yes, we flood the city with Bpecie, silver and gold, at our pleasure; or else we laise a hue and cry _nbuut the ' Currency,' the ' Tar iff,' or any thing else that may serve our turn—and lo! the country is declared to he in a stale of pain. Credit is lost; confidence is lo>t, From the Aroostook lo the Sabine, this great Union is convulsed like an idiot, seized wiih an epileptic fi_*. * • Am'. «e do a_'-l this, we : ihe rag ariitocracy of ihe banks. We first ere ale Ihe ruin and (hen reap the _harvest.— Talk of Democracv; what is it, so lung as we hold the veto ol salvation over the peo pier They pa,s a law in Congress thai we do not like ; ste veto that law. How? manufactures indebted lo us in every city in (he Union. Kither discharge your la borers by hundieds and thousands, in order to create a panic, or we will protest ¦your paper. * 4 * A panic is created.— The membe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

TERRIBLE STEAMBOAT DISAS 7ER-GREAT LOSS OP LIFE—THE BODY OF LIEUTENANT INGE LOST. We arc indebted to the Mobile Regis (er for a slip containing (he subjoined account of another distressing ileamboat disaster. It will be seen that the remains ol Lieut. Inge, who gloriously fell in battle in Mexico, and which had been brought home for interment, .were loal by this sad catastrophe: The steamer _Tusculoosa left our wharf abuul 8 o'clock on Thuisday evening, on her way to Tuscaloosa, and after proceeding about ten oi eleven miles up the river, an explosion of two of her boilers took place, which instantly killed several ol the passengers and many ol the boat's crew and officers. Erom a passenger on board, we learn ' that tha explosion completely tore up ihe boiler deck, and shattered the , after part of the boat (below deck) considerably. _Immediatel y. alter ib« explosion, such of the passenger ' s as were unhurt, set themselves to alleviating the sufferings of those who were inju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

POETRY. I TURN TO THEE IN TIME Of " neED BY T. 11. _BAVIXY I lorn to _thoo in time of need, And never turn in vnin : 1 _neo t hy fond nnd fearless smile . And hope revives again. 1c gives me strength to struggle nn. Whato'er the _itrife mny be—And if ogoir. my courage folio, Agmn 1 turn to ihee. Thy timid _henury _rharmeil me firer—I breathed n lover's vow — But hide rh(_.u;j _'it to find (he friend Whose strength _susiiuns me now : I deemed ihecmnde forsurnm<r»kies~- Bui in _lhettormy sea Descried by all orlier friends! Dear love, I turn to Iheo . ' Should _u'er some keener sorrow throw A sliiwlow o'er thy mind-— And should I, _ihouRlillcsB. hrcalhc lo thee One word (lint is unkind—Forgive illo\Q- -thy Rimie will _sel My _hetter _leeling_* free, ¦_slnd with n lool; ol tmunrilesj love. I erill _sh«)l lurnM thee!

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

5P33S&S2S3 TV " DEMOCRATIC BANNER" in published weakly, _ol 52 per annum—or $1 75 if pniil in nil _vance. No paper ran. bo discontinued (unless ot Iho option of the editors) until nil arrearages ore paid. _OCrAilvcrtisomnnls, &c„ al Iho usual rates-

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

want in the hollow glance, emaciation in lh» wasted frame, and y el they do not die. Sirango bow much suffering the body accustomed to want can bear before the spirit wings its flight I It has not yet been ascertained how littlo a man cart live on. Men who fed moderately in other years irre surprised how they are a'ive, they gel so Utile now. The able-bodied labourer is ¦no longer so—he is haggard and famine_^ ' worn. There is no charity amongst _thoso who gave ninety per cent, ol ihe alms of the country—the farmers, they are buying ihomsolves oats ; Hour is Is Oil, per stone, nnd is eold lo buy meal ; the horses are starved, and ihe famil y, like a vessel in » calm, is on half allowance. The poor hou see are- filling with frightful rapidity. -0©e-From tho N. 0. Picayune, Feb. 3. Important from Mexico. By the _aimal yesterday of ihe sclionner _Mitis _. _Capt. Thompson, Irom Anton Li zardo, we have a Idler froii our allrnlive correspondent, dated on Ihe 20th ul'., containing news...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 17 February 1847

Later fro ii i Ihc Army. By the Southern mail received yesterday morning, we have- r>ur New Orleans papers of the 2d insi.. fiom which we make up some additional items of news fmm ihe army, _brtninht by the steamships Alabama and McKim. The latest dales from Brazos me to the 31st, and Irom Tampico lo Ihc "i'lth ult. From tho Kvcning Mercury. Gen. Patterson arrived at Tampico on the 23.1 ult., at the head of about 4500 men, and was escoiled into the town b y his staff and a company uf artillery Bent out to meet hi. n, together -with a company ol mounted Tennessee volunteers . He made his quarters temporarily wiih Gen. Shields. Gen. P. had injured his fool slightly and was brought in on a covered wagon — waS otherwise in excellent health and spirits. The Hoops enjoyrd unusul good health, and only want the opportunity of meeting the enemy to bbuw whal they can do.— They are composed ol three brigade?, commanded by Generals Twiggs, Quitman and Pillow, and are encamped wit...

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