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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 18 February 1846

_Notice •_£ I S HEREBY GIVEN to all persons 111-lerested that Letters Testamentary on the _cslnie of Potter Gofl. late of Jay township, Elk county, dee'd, have been granted to the subscriber. All persons having any claims against said estate ' are hereby requested to present them for settlement, and nil persons being indebted are requested to make immediate payment. ANN M. GOFF J.ty. Dec. 18, 1845.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 18 February 1846

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that letters of administration have been granted to Ihe subscriber 011 tho e**7 late of Nicholas Houlon _Gentillet, late of Covington township, Clearfield county, decM. Therefore all persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment, antl those having demands will present them duly authenticated lot settlement. AUGUSTUS >!-. LACONTB. ' Jan. 14, 1846. ' ' _Adrn_'r,

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 18 February 1846

COOPERING ..I'lirr din'I the .'bine business in this p! _<_i. i _' , where he will be pleased to fill all iniicM iri !_iis line, on ihe shortest noiici niui hi tin- best maimer TIIOS. ROBINS. lire. 'JO. 1R43. _r* H_^'lE subscriber rei-JL peclfully informs the citizens of the bor ough and county of Cleat field that he has

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

" ' mass - | _U^*" A Snake Story. :: r " . 1 he New York Spirit of the Times tell- ' a funny story ofan Irishman, who was exceedingly alraid of snakes .-especiatty _i ' oultl ones' —anil who had thrust himself upon a hunting party in Tennessee , Whenal awake he was odious—when asleep he trio* : red so luud that nobody else could get iny rest. On the second ni ght of his intrusion he made himself more than usual. ly obnoxious. But after awhile, ho got*. • sleep, and then commenced his thundering snoring. It soon grew fast and furious— loud nnd long; occasionall y a sort of half snort, hall grunt, terminated with —'snakes, b y _jsbers, blast their _snsvlsP This continued till abous. day -break, when Jim _\V., whose stock of patience bad long < since evaporated, unrolled _himselt from - his blanket, saying in his usual quiet waj, - 'Humph! I'll stop, that infernal concert . or start the maker 'of it, see il 1 don't! humph!' He thon awoke the rest of the parly, when a plot ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

FANNING'S MEN ; OK. TJIE MASSACRIi AT GOLIAD. •'Blackwook" is publishing a series of eximcis from n woik — 'A Campaign in I cxas' — which appeared hint year in Lei p «ie, from the pen \\ n U. Ehrer_.brrg. a yminp Get man. tvho _.eirfed throu«h ihe Unef but terrific 81 niggle'til 1635 ' , bet ween Texas and Mexico, _untl who took part in »<^e ol (he tuesl ft-nrful scenes of that campaign, _bcipf; _likcwibc one of-'the three ' nt' !_nur vi ho escapetl finm the treacherous mas-Bcrf at Goliad, svlieie Fannitiji' * nien were murdete'd in _coltl blond b) order of Sanla Anna. Ehrc(_ibcij> gives the subjoined account of llie _cccne, «hiv.'h we think-still be icatl sviih interest, though the incidents are i _,n some sort altrady (aini'iir : — Neat's Gazette. "After die names had been called over, 'he order to march was given, and we filed out through the gate ol the fortress, the G-eys taking the leai! . Outside the gale we were received by i«o detachments of Mexican in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

A MESS OF PI! A Journeyman Printer. ¦ A\ the Typographical Colebration in _IWheticr. • few days since, Mr. Wm A. Wkllrs. a Journeyman, gavo Iho (allow in(_jr»keich of his life _w hich is the greatest " mess o ' tpi," that wo over heard of He soys •— Mr- Pis r.s idem1 — II has often been revnatked, lhat (tie fortunes <_if ilic members of (he Typographical profession have been more diversified ant ) p recarious than lltal nf any niher class of men. The changes constantly taking place in Iheir circumstances, render them an easy prey to oil the vicissitudes of life. The printer is an intellectual being.— tj fo class of men, in any age of the world, have g iven _evidence ol so great versatility of talent, universal Knowledge and variety of _reading, as the body Ty pographicnl — The biograph.3 of many printers would be both amusing and instructive, By way of illustrating the above declaration, I offer the _following; ciode, rambling recollections, «'f a somewhat adventurous...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

cits oi GOODNESS, nave no laitn in ¦_jiut spe goouiiess which is unwilling lo pay its debts — ' fi;o le'losv,' ' whole _souletl lellosv,' atltl tint _^ori of thing—i'. is all nonsense, !emlinr; to a be'ii f lliat hont"_-'.v and honor may _Ve d.«pcnii d with, and l',t atl-.'cti-.n anil eili"'n in-iv he sccu-ed w.thou' (hem I'¦e a ' _K i,;,, l Itl nv i ' '"r _irritanc, svhn Indus and enjoys hiintteU up 'is m >ney which i('rtl! y belongs to other people? And n that a ' siivi'e soul' ishich, while l_'ie wash pi w "iimn pines and sutlers (or wanl of lhat » hich is due lo hrr by the individual wilh ihe ' n hole-soul,' goes fliuniing abou; in _nsy _tittirr lioni car _nuial lo carousal, untl from cue place ol enjoyment to another? Ilnse nn tilth in i', ami neither lufler soorsrlf io _liiitik well of (hose who have line hotis-5. frie fti ' _tiituie, and fine par lien, anil are slow lo pav lor them, and slow iikesiUcin pa) ing (or other thingi, Depend upon it that ihis open heat ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

P GET II V I WANT A BKAU. ) want _n beau .'—1 yvont » Ucuu ' _Tik _swccl, ut least they tell die in, To wallzc, of _wnlk/ur hall, or row. Willi him you moan tumarry. . And then— but 0! it must ba _ssvact ' To have one kneeling al one's toot. -And hear him thore his vows _ropsnt! By Joyo, _bUt J will marry.. ' _1'lb old enough to hove 1 fan ! And oil I tell my mbmmn »o ; A« olit-n »))» .replies lo mo, ••Oli. m_>' ' You nre loo young to marry !" Odd _eooks ! 'lis _slsvny* linn with h-jm Willun _whonc hoaoms coldly flows Tbe _Btrehma of love lo belles and beiim Who have a mind to marry: _Mnide who have tKcir hearts (or sale Rome forty years—whose charms are _stal* May—end ihey hnro _canso lo—mi! At thoso who wish lo marry ' ' ' And ron' ns Who, hy experience taught Know all tho bliss with which is frmigln _Ths Wr,)a_*f) Me. 1 think should nat/gtif _Objtct when _girli would many

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

_SPJ8_fy|_&_$s iS;a Tho ¦• Vy.h)_QCf\_AT}r, JJANtyEH" jsjiiiblislicil weekly, on _.WsdneatJtiy .nnujiiitgn. ft #2 per _nniitnn —or 81 "76, i_^ * V""' ' _,n "dvnnrp_, . ; No paper ' iin lie ' ' 'l i(;r(iiii' iiiH'u ' ' uiiU'S9 til tbd..DPlion of id©' _pJiirtrt_*'TiriHl'ill!¦ .irrrarngr-H are •paid. OSrAdvorliboTOunln, &r., al tUo ir_^iul ratr« . _. IPHW—¦Iwhiimiiph i _wiBiio«_cmwwm_«j»i—i>_w_*_wpw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

FOREIGN NEWS Arriv.nl of Ihe Cambria. GREAT CHANGES IN THE COMMERCIAL fOLICY Or ENGLAND-REPKAL OF TiJU rOHN LAWS-TRIUMPH OF FREE TRADE. The Steamship Cambria, Capt. _Jutlkins, ifft_. Liverpool on the 4th _inst. and arrived at Boston on the 18rh. Her _nows reached Philadelphia, by special express, in about 20 hours from Boston. The news is gratifying In its nature and peaceful in itsaspec). Our selections will show what has been done in Europe since last advices, nnd the general bearing ol all the great movements. Parliament has assembled. The Queens message is entirel y pacific. Expressions of regret are made that the difficulties between that countiy and the United States, rvhitive to Or eeon, are yet unsettled. Wilmcr & Smith's Times, says: The _Catnbiia lakes out in d_.iy Ihe most important and gratify ing _miellcgence ibai ever left the shores of Great Britaio: Sir Robert Peel—Eng land's posverful and brilliant Minister—has developed his future commercial policy....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

From ihe-Washington Union-AFFAIRS ON THE RIVER PLATA. It is now several months since the English and French have, by their meddling in the affairi, of the country bordering on the river Plata, completely destroyed and annihilated-the lucrative commerce ol the United States Mill those countries, nnd thero is every _appearance lhat the ssai svill vet continue for some time, lo the great detriment of neul'a _' s. According to (he last intelli g ence from La Plats, Ihe Euiupcan allies, with Ihe wealth of Eog land nnd France at their disposal, have la _sished it wilh no unsparing hand, but without 6iicrcs<<, in every direction, to purchase pro'rlytes to their unholy cause-i A large combined squadron to _ninair' have only been enabled lo capture_^'. '0or two binall towns immediately on _^ "ver > but which w-rre defended !)J t>" P a,llot ic inhabitants with that ind. _' ',l, " ljlc v,llur ' which in _hioWr _disiirieni'_'_^1 Uu; ,,1,ubu ants, of old S;,.r:i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

NEW GOODS. DANIEL BAItRETT HAS juBt received a large and *p l*m»itV assortment ul Goods, which he is dele; mined to sell as low lo; cash, or in cicbange for country produce, as they ctin be purchased in the county. Thankful for past favors, he takes this opportunity lo say to his old customers, that he desire* _thern to call at his New Store, to which he has removed, in a|l cases belorc purchasing elsewhere, satisfied that if they examine his stock, and pr ice_«, they will continue to uade with him. His slock consists in part of Broadcloths, Black, Blue, Invisible green, Gray, &c.— Also, Pilot and Bearskin cloth. Cassimeres Sf Satinets. 16 pieces Satinet and several pieces of Ctto&imere of all colors and quality, lower than it has ever been sold in the county. Merinos. Several pieces of Merino, of different colors, suitable for cloaks. A Ipa c a _s . 128 pieces Alpaca, ufall qualities, from 40 cents upwards. Lower than ever tho same quality has been sold in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

FURTHER FOREIGN EXTRACTS. Oun Relations with England.—The following paragraph is from the speech o.f (he Queen on (he opening of P,u lumen.; nn the 22d _ult : " i regret that the _condicling claims of Great Britain and the Uni'ed States in respect of the teiritoi y on the Northwestern Coast of America, although they have been made the subjec-t of repealed negotiation, still remain unsettled. You may be assured - that no effort _consistent with national honor shall be wanting on mv pail lo bring this question lo an earl y & _peace - ful lerminalion." The Queen emphasised (he por-'< '0|, s of Ihe speech which referred to Miscontinuance ol peace and to the _redaction of (he tariff. The Earl of Home tvoved ihe address in a brief speech, in *hich he glanced at the most of Ihe tor >cs touched upon in the ipcech from ih» throne. Lord De Uos seconded the address, and expressed a hope thai our pacific relations with A"ieiica would not be distuibed hy he Oregon que...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

VERY LATE FROM MEXICO. By lise packet ship Norma. Captain Barton, _amved al New York on Saturday, the N. Y. Herald has received tbe Faro industreal to ihe 10th February. Il contains intelligence Irom the city ot Mexico and Vera Cruz lo ihe Slslof Januaiy, ten dayi later Mian our previous advices. Accoidinjj lo these accounts, Paredes remains in ihe undisturbed enjoyment of ihe power which his military force acquired for him. All accounts of revolution, subversive of his authority, which dale prior to the 31st of January, are falsified by tho intel hgence we have received. No movement up to that date was made, or even appears contemplated, against the power and authority ol _Puredes. At aoy rate there is nothing in Ihe paper relative to the reported pronunciamenlo ot Ari»u.—Penmytvanian. More Bribbrt,—There was consider able excitement in the Ohio House of Representatives t»n the 16ih, growing out ot an alleged attempt to bribe Ihe representative from Putnam . Mr. Knapp, by o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

Irr_^The Somerset (Md.) H erald of Mie _Ifilb February, gives an account ol a serious oyster difficulty in ihe waters of the bay near _lhal place. A p _arlv ol fishsrmen were infringing upon the right of the Stale by dragging oysters at the mouth ol the Annamessnx river. They hid about twenty boats full y manned. The Sheriff wilh a posse proceeded to the place lo arrest ihem The aggressors refused to submit, and immediately prepared lo escape. To intimidate them and prevent their escape, blank carlridges svei e fired upon Ihe party, which they returned wilh ball upon ihe Sheriff' * party, wounding Mr. TuII of Annainessrx. The Sheriff's ptrty returned ihe fire, wounding two; after smne hours chasing, lour boais were capturrd, .natmed by tilleen men. twelve of whom paid (he line imposed b y lawj the remaining three are now in jiil. The Calskill _Democrat ef last week contains an account of a horiid murder committed on Sunday evening, by Joshua I_'angburn, the _sicmn being his wife...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

TO ALL CONCERNED THE subscriber, hereby gives notice that on account ol his health he intends to suspend the business of Blacksmithing in tbe borough of Clearfield, for a year or so from the first of April next, and therefore wishes those having dealings with him to come forward on or before the 1st of May and make settlement. Those that cannot pay will be required to g ive thci,*? notes. ' ' ' . ' JOHN BEAUMONT, Feb. 10, 1846—pd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

Distressing Shipwrecks aittl great ILosn of fl._ife ! We hnve the paTicu'.ats in ihe N c sv Voik papers, and r-peu.illy Ihelletald, of numerous shipwrecks Mint occurred doing the gale on Su'.mduy nig i_.i nnd Sunday morning last, on the upper part of tie New Jersey coast. Al Long Branch the storm was -nore violent Mian any Miey have had (here for six years, while at Squam Beach il is affirmed t o have been me worst during the last twenty yea rs. No tidings have _ss yel been heuid (mm lUnicgai, though Ihe worst is _learnl. The whole Jersey coast _appeaisto be covered with wrecks. — Neat's Gazelle. The wind, _through lire alternoon ol Saturday, had been hjjht, and the inward bound fleet, known lobe veiy large, were crowding every thing to get into our bay . At nine o'clock il commenced lo blow a reefing brcc'/.e ; it soon made two reefs necessary > close reefs quickly ( _ullowcd, and, b y eleven o ' clock, scarcely any vessel could carry more sail than enough lo lie to wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

Sheriff's Sales. BY virtue ol sundry _wn(s ol venditioni exponas, issued out of the cour( ol Common Pleas of Cleat field county, and in me directed. will bo exposed lo public sale, at 1 o\l->ck, P. M. on Monday Ihe 4th day of May next, at the couit house in Cleailield _.a trad of land situate in Houston _lusviiship, Cleat field county, begriming at a post standing on the bank ul Dennetts branch of Sinnensahoning creek and in the southerl y part ol a tract of 31f _uctes and 152 perches from Ihe southeasterl y corner ol said tract ol 317 and trim, »,,id posi _soullrlGl ps Io a _pos _' , N 70 degrees E 61 ps lo a Spanish oak, N 20 dig W to the place of beginning, containing 28 acres. J1LSU—One other piece ol laud, situate in said townshi p and county, beginning al a post on the easier ly line of (he whole tract of SIT acres conveyed lo Jonathan Nichols b y Edward Hunt, and from the aforcsuid post N 20 deg W 154 ps lo a post, S 70 deg W 186 ps to a post, S 20 deg E lfit) ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

Bribery Case. Important investigations have been in progress ot Harrisburg, concerning an alleged attempt, by a Mr. MeCook, a citizen of Ohio, lo obtain by corrupt meaos, a (nvorablo report from the Committee appointed lo invesligale the affairs of tho Lahigh Bank. Mr. Piolelt, member from _Bradford county, on the ITth, rose in bis seal and _otaled thai Mr. MeCook had placed $400 in his trunk to induce hie influence, oe a member of said commillco, in favour of the Bank, and placed Iho money at the disposal ol iho _Houbc, wilh a request lhal ihe natter would be fully invosligated. A committee nil accordingly immediately appointed, who took charge of Iho matter, and before whom a number of _witnosses wero _oxomined. Tho result wo have not learned lo a certainty, Ihough iho ' Tolegrnph' of Tuesday last inlimalos thai MeCook was discharged. Ifso, we Ihink it very strange, indeed. Every session we hear the charge boldly proclaims od that members have been bribed—that money has done...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 25 February 1846

The Election. The following is tho rosullof the _volo in the several _districts of this county on ihe _Licenno quos_^ lion. It wi_\l be observed lhat tn some _districi_" ihere was no voles on either side—-tho _cilizene not feeling themselves iiifilciomly interrslod lo vole .either way. The provisions ol the lasv ore, lhat n majority of tho votes of ouch district shall determine whether thoro shall or shall not bo liqum sold within said district for the ensuing ycari—Against the sale For ibe sale of liquors. of liquors, Beccaria, 1ft 9 Bell 11 22 Boggs 4 24 Hoioiigli : 58 8 Bradford 1 2] Brady 1 52 Burnside 12 S Cheat 00 14 Covington 0 00 Decatur '00 00 Ferguson 00 14 Fox 00 00 Guard 10 00 Goshen 5 1 Huston 00 00 Jordan 3 19 Karthaus 9 4 Lawrence 49 39 Mori is 00 27 Penn 7 •13 Piko 6 53 Woodsvard 00 00

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