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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

New Cloth Store., f JD. STUART .& CO., of PhUaddptiia, e will open, on Monday, April 1st, an entire new stock of Clotlu, Cassimeres, Vesting*, Tailors' Trimmings, cyc.^lfc., at Eastern price* Low'roft cash, at No. 1 i% Wood Sweet, next to M'Kenna's Auction House. Pittsbur^hi April 20, 1850. , -,,

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

uin instant iuni BIKE*, un me , joiin _, or., late oi NorlhBuller township, in the 92d year of his age. . ^ J On Monday night the 9lh instant, in South Butler township, Thomas Pearce, aged about 67 years. ¦ ¦ii n ._«_._¦ ¦» .ii!......... ¦ ¦ i... I... I..

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Stanzas. BT RICHARD HENRY WILDE. My life is like the summer rose : That opens to the morning'*ky, But e'er the shades of evening closej -. Is scattered on'the ground—lo die Yet on the rose's horrible bedt Tho sweetest dews of night are shed, As if she wept the waste to see-But none shall weep a tear for me! My life is like the autumn leaf 'That trembles in the moon's pale ray Its hold is frail—its date is brief, , Restless—and soon to pass away ! Yet, e'er that leaf shall fall and fade, The parent-tree will mourn its shade, The winds bewail the leafless tree, But none'-Uall breathe a sigh for me! .r. My life is like the prints w.hich feet Have left on Tempo's desert strand, Soon as the rising tide shall beat/ All trace will vanish from tho sand. Yet, as if grieving to efface ' All vestige of the human race On lhat lone shore loud moans Ihe sea, But none, alas! shall mourn for me!

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

The. Silent Land Into--the Silent Land! Ah! w,ho shall lead tis thither? Clouds in the evening sky more darkly gather And shattered wrecks lie thickly on the strand Who leads as with a gende hand - . Thither, oh, Thither, Into the Silent Land! Into the Silent Land!, - To you, ye boundless regions Of all perfection! Tender morning visions Of beauteous souls! Tbe future pledgeand band Who in Life's battle firm doth stand Shall bear Hope's tender blossoms Into the Silent Land ! OLtind! OLand! For all the broken-hearted The mildest herald ^ by our fate allotted Beckons, and with inverted torch doth stand To lead us wilh a gende "hand Into the land of lhe great departed, Into the Silent Land!

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Recent Astronomical Discoveries. Among the more recent discoveries within the bounds of our own system, I cannot omit to mention those of our distinguished countryman, Mr. Lassels. of Liverpool. By means ol a fine twentyfeet reflector, constructed by himself, he detected the satellite of Neptune, and more recently an eighth satellite circulating around- Saturn—a .discovery which was made'on the very same day by Mr. Bond, director of the observatory of (Cambridge, in the United States, Mr. Lassels has still more recently, and under a singularly favorable state of ther atmosphere, observed the very minute, but extremely black, shadow of the ring of Saturn on the body of the planet.— He observed the line of shadow to be notched, as it werp, and almost broken up into a line of dots—thus indicating mountains upon the plane in the ring—mountains, doubtless, raised by the same internal forces, and answering the same end as those of our own globe- In passing from our solar system to...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

PROCLAMATION "IXrilERF.AS, .jn nt_! I>y an act of the General f V ^s.embly of tlie |C'«rnnioinvcalili of I'cnnsjtvania,ct.ut-_, "An act to rcguluic the general <__.!¦ lio/ij of lliis Common-*nl»_, u is enjdjncd upon rr.c »o give publi-'roiice of smli <>:cciion, nnd 10 cnomotnle in such notice what officer* ore to be clei.u<Ii I, ANDI.I.W CARXS], High fihetiffof ihccoumj of Uutlrr; rfa licreby n-.rtko kniivvn nnii give tl.i. pubfiit nc.ticc to lhe elcciors'of Hie tnij county of (tinier, thai a general election will be held i;i said roumy, oo the eeronil T"es<lay of Oclobci next, bring the Bib Hny, nt ibe.<cveral election d;. .rici*. viz: J ho electors of ihe buioogh of lii.ilrr lo meet al lhe Court house, in lhe borough of Butler The cleclocs of Not lb Butler loAtiRbrp to meet al tRe Comi bouse in ll:. borough of Bull, t ihe rlecliir- of Butler tonncliip to meet ot iho house cf Martin Luuienl, _r. The ck'ciois cf Centre township ...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

A PlAPER FOR YOUR FAMILY Ithe home"journal. . ' | Mei. Series. A-jw series.—Mourns & willis, editors. TheSbesi laraily neivspsper in tho world. i , Ev Star. 'Rattier 'get in' coal than ao without it.—Post. Piiblishcd Wceldy—Two Dollars pet Annuni. In! consequence of the great and continually increasing demand for this elegantly-printed, widely circulated and universally popular Famjily newspaper, we have-, heretofore, been unable to furnish lhe back numbers to^ ouly a limited extent. To avoid this disappointment in the future, wo shall, on,the hrst of July ncxt, commence the publication of a new sereis, and print such an increased edition as will enable us to supply new subscribers from that date. Besides the original productions ol the Editors—lhe Foreign and Uomestio Correspondence of a large list of contributors'— the spice of the European Magazines—the selections of the most interesting publications, ol lhe day—the brief novels—the piquant stones —the sparkling and a...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

TOMS STEHLEI IOTAS ju3t received from Philadelphia a JQ! larjre and -splendid nssottmenl of SfRlNG GOODS, consisting in part of the following articles, viz: Calicos at from 3 to 15 cents per yard. Lawns at from 12} to 20 cents per yard. Ladies' Dress Linen at from 25 to 44 cents per y^d. The"best quality of French Alpacas from 25 to 50 cents 'per yard. Summer Shawls, of a superior quality, at from SI 25 to Si 75. Unbleached muslin from 3 to lOcts. per yd. Pantaloon Stuff, cotton, from I2i tp 37} cts. per yard. Kentucky Jeans, Tweeds, Cashmerets. French Broad Cloths, from SI 50 to S2 00 per yard. Cassimeres from 75 cents to SI 00. Boots, Shoes, Caps, Leghorn Hats, Bonnets, Parasols at from 12} cents to S2 25. Prime Rio Coffee at 12} cents per pound, best Young Hyson Tea at 12J cents for i of a pound; Sugar at 6$ cents per pound; Loaf Sugar at 10 cents per pound. " ALSO—Jewelry,-consisting of Gold and Sil* ver watches, Ladies' Breast Pins, Ear-Rings, Finger Rings, &c'., &a...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

KEMOVAL. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Butler and vicinity that he has removed his Book Store to the room occupied' by William Parker as a Clothing Store, on Main street, a few doors north of the old stand of Cams, Kelly & Co., where he will be happy to see all his friends who may wish to purchase anything in his line. He will receive in a few days a fresh a&- sortment of Books, Stationary, &c., which will be sold at extremely, low prices. He also keeps constantly on hand a variety of Wall Paper. Those wishing to purchase this article will find it lo their advantage to give him a call. Country merchants supplied with School Books aud Stationary at Pittsburgh prices.— Rags taken in exchange. JAMES HALL. Butler, April 6, 1850.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

Select School. MRS. BUTLER has opened her School, for those who desire to send their children, in the rooms recently occupied by James M'- Glaughlin, Esq., on Main street, second door south from the Diamond. She hopes to merit a continuance of that liberal patronage heretofore extended to her by the ciiizens of Butler and vicinity. Her rooms are susceptible of accommodating many pupils} and she desires to render-, satisfaction to all who may favor her with tlie charge of instructing their children. HARRIET N. BUTLER. Buller, April 13, 1850.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

JAS. B.MOOS. THOS. SARGENT HOON & SARGENT, BANKERS & EXCHANGE BROKERS, JV. E. Comer Wood $ Sixth Sis. Pittsburg DEALERS in Coin, Bank Notes', time Bills, Foreign and Domestic Exchange, Certificates of Deposit, &c. EXCHANGE on all the principal cittes of the Union, and Europe, for sale in sums to suit purcnase.s. CURRENT and par funds received on deposile. COLLECTIONS made on all parts of the Union, at lhe lowest rates. ~] References. M. Leech & Son, Ogden & Snowden, S. M'Clurken & Co., Philip Ross, $sq.j Gen. Levi G. Clover, George R. White, Pittsburgh, Pa. February 17, 1849.—ly.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

WA NTED—Two Apprentices to the Cabinet Rusiness. Boys aboiii 16 or 17 years of age, of good morals and industrious habits.." Nemo others need apply. •. Fob. 2. J. MILLER & CO.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

EXCHANGE HOTEL 'BUTJLEiBjPA... 7 npBE pr0prjel0J. jjaving ,esumed ,he occu<| eftna^Tp'L^ brick house on M^,^^^ for the purpose of keeping'a public'hoUM of enter , a-nmem, ^g. leave ,o give iK % ravellers and others thayhe is aow-readffo/ their accommodation. 'w/ The subscriber, in entering-noon _h<. *¦_.;__. du.es which devolve flpon one^uS™. dettakmg can only pledge himselfth", ££L attention shall bepaid to render cbm._r iabl« a_ who may fiyorhim with a call; andhQ L," some confidence from experience here ! „.? elsewhere jn lhe busines., and from the uS ct his bedding and all the furniture of his house being entirely new, that he will be able lo provide for his guesIS such accommodations as will be satisfactory. , ¦» The situation of the House is.suchfrom its , location and spaciousness of itsconstruclion, as to afford ample accommodations for more customers than can reasonably be claimed for it. Families or single persons may have accomroodations equal to.those d...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

-M25 BS^TO MCDHTeJi-, Call ami See. KICMAIS© JSDC. USES WOULD respectfully in vile the attention of his friends and the pdblic generally, o his superior stock of READY-MADE CLQTmjY€h>FJlN CY GOODS, JEft'ELftY, $<:., which have just been received from the city, and which are offered on the most favorable terms. His stock embraces in part the following articles:— j CLOTHiNc-rCoats, Vesta, Pants, Shirts, Dr awers, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, CoJlars, and Bosoms, and all other articles of Gentlemen's drees goods. PfiKiusiERr, &c—Olto of Roses, Musk, Pearl, Powder, Rouge, Lip Salve, Hair Oil, Eau de Cologne, &c. I j£WELRY~Gold and Silver Watches, Chains, Seals and Keys, Finger Rings, Breast Pins, &c. Shaving and Haiu Djiessino dtjne in the most fashionable style. Also, Razors put in complete order on short notice.. :. Horses and Carriages, constantl for hire. Fruits and Candies of all kinds, and first quality, constantly on hand. | RICHARD HUGHES, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

NEW HOPE WOOLEN HCIOM. W. P. RCMBERGER, ROBERT M'COY. B. S1SG3BER1, Proprietors. THE subscribers inform thoir friends and the public in general, that they have, during the winter season, added a selection ot machinery, in addition to their, former supply, in the above-named factory, situate on Wolf, creek, 2 miles north of Centreville, Buller Co. This establishment is unsurpassed by any other in the western country; and the subscribers flatter themselves, by strict attehtion and long experience in the business, to receive a liberal share of public patronage. Having in their employ workmen ot good character and experience to each branch of business, they will manufacture wool from the fleece into narrow Cloths, Cassimeres, Sauinettsj red, brown, barred and white Flannel, Tweeds, Carpets, and Blankets, &c., &c, at as l_iw rates, if not lower, than any other establishment in the western country. " - COUNTRY SPINNING doni tor .124-centa per lb.- paid in cash when the...

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

JIf rtOBji. THE subscriber has just received and ic now opening at his store room on Wayne street, opposite J. Ivl' iller & Co.'s ware rooms, a new and splendid assortment of seasonable j -Dry Goods, Hardware, tf.rocevics3 &. Also—Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps of all kinds, which ^ he will sell at reduced prices, or exchange for Wool, Wheat, Rye, and all kinds of-approved produce. Ho will also purchase Wool for part or whole cash. T The public, one aud all, are respeclfully in* vited to .give him. a cull, as he feels assured that he can deal with them in a manner satisfactory to all. June I—if. WILLIAM Pj MACKEV.

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Herald — 14 September 1850

JOHN BERG & CO., are thij agents for (hi* county, of Dr. Hoffland's celebrated German Bitters, and Dr. Dechamp's Remedy f<* Consumption. Also, a large slock of dufleiaR. othet Patent Medicines. (April 27,

Publication Title: Democratic Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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