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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

_r ' -• __ __.__... — DIED—In Goshen township, on tho 5th insl Mr. John Bumgahdneu, nged about-10 years. In Pike lownship, on Tnnrsdny lasl, Mr El,. _' ._ts Horn, ugi-d nboul 50 _yoars. s<

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

COOPERING. jtttf s_=a==_^ «. ni 'Ml E subscriber re»- _^L_^_Z_^jflfSm -B- pectfully inform* u[j{_C_^3||| K_^ilu? citizens of the bor-^^^^_3_^ffl|ou»h and county " oJ ¦BBs_^ffi_^s TWSrft Clearfield that he ha» commenced the above _business in this place, where he will be pleated to fill all orders in !_iia line, on the shortest noliiisJ and in the best manner. _TIIOS. ROBINS Dix. 20, 1(345 ' . ' | .

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

T_|UU(3_S, Patent MedjfeJLP icinesj &c, lor sale- at lhe _Dt us Store "f P c. 0. WATSON' 28th Nov. :._w .j' ; _^ _rigg_^ _VfMw jggl _filgb

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

BLANKS :;o ;fr Of every description ncatlu /i,ri?il ed and for said at this office., ' ' ? ' v ¦ • '" fVv.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

TREASURER'S SALE OF UNSEATED LANDS FOR TAXES, INCI<EARl? IEI'»COWNTY. IN pursuance ol the first section of the, act ol Assembly of 13th March . 1815, entitled " An Act lb amend an Act providing the manner 0/ selling Unsealed Lands for taxes, and for _otherpurposes_, _, _' there will be exposed lo sale on the 2nd Monday in June next, at the court house in the borough of Cleatfie'd, and adjourned (torn day lo day until the whule are sold, the lollowtng tracts of Unseated land and Town lots, in said county, lor the amount of tax set opposite each tract. Clearfield Town Lots. No. _tP'arrantee. Tax 23 Jacob Klir.e _gl 50 40 C Shultze 1 20 41 Wm. Montgomciy l 20 42 John Snyder 1 20 43 Jacob _Knhleman 1 20 4' John Birr l 50 06 Ji'hn Fleming I 20 60 Samuel Faiiistork 1 50 112 Juhn Bumgardner 90 120 Jacob Kline 75 141 Peter Bum 1 20 147 J. King & J. Ross 75 _151 Samuel Lefever 75 160 Jacob Kaughman 60 175 Chrisiian Kaughman 60 161 A. Whilmer 60 Covington Township. No. A_'_s....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

THE FARMER Spring Work. There, is no season of the year in which energy, activity, and good calculation is mote requisite than the present. Animals of all kinds, young and old, and particularly those intended for labour, demand increased caie and attention, March is one of tha moat trying months for animals, as they are, as the saying is, • between hay and grass,' and loo often tho supply of either they can obtain, is barely sufficient 10 support life. If farmer* would consider the moch greater quantity of milk 1. cow will yield in a season thai is in good condition in the spring, than one lhat has ' been oh lift' through March or April, we arc not confident there would not be sp many skeleton cows on our farms as there now in.— If too, they would for one moment reflect that a lorge part of an animals pow er of draught lies in his weight, and lhal where this ia wanting, and iho whole ia throw n on muscular exertion, the animal mual soon giye way, they would feel the necessit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

POETRY LAYS OF COURAGE. fcS-Dnthir this fn ' plion some nno is-w riling for Ihe • ' ¦ • SoOttli-rn _Uli niry Mcr.M>ngi_>F." wilh Ihe dole "I Biillimnre, ni»l (lie signnritre ot "flic _Strmigcr," 11 -series _oldeiiileilly ihniiphlfiil itml hopeful poems, ill Ihe style of l._oulellow. Here is his N». IV:, whose I _thtsme is " Stars of Glory." V\'e copy Irom the August number—[I_'n_. Itrjwrler. Sinr» _thnl Iiavo gone mil in glory, Spirits of ihe olden age, i ' Luiin _. rvif in lh_» glory Of'he poet and the sngo, r ' AW there not by heaven uni'Oiinei} Dtmonslraliotis unlo man, . How great.things may he appomied 1 ' , ¦' 1V> Iho issues of _n spoil I .1 ' ¦ ' . _Hofi _vatt deeds, ihe hcnrl achieving, , ' ¦ ' , In Iho spore of ihree-<cnro yenrs, • '. ¦ »*l»i»d-like, may pass_, receiving ,,i j Plsceabove terrestrial ephern? \_x Place froro.whcisro _celestipl beaming ' " ' ' Breaks uporitheso loner ort>». ' Wtnch, ns in the limits of drpomini;, The sa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 March 1846

Getter's Vegetable Vermifuge. IN _oflerin? , this valuable medicine to the public, I am well aware of Iho lact, that it is hard to conyir.ee at least a part of the community, lhat a medicine could be equal to lhat of Fahnestock for expellinr- worms. Now, all task.fo»tho good of humanity is a fair trial _according to the directions r»ivt_?n, of one or two vials, feeling confident that it will apeak for itself wherever* !! goe«. Warranted (b be eood. lVice . 25 cents. Prepared and for sale at the _Drojj Store of C P. WATSON. Nov. 28. '.. . .. ADMINISTRATOR'S _NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that letters of administration have been _jjnnted to Ihe _subscriber on the estate ol Nicholas _Toulon Gentilfet, late of Covington township, Clearfield countj, _- die'd. Therefore all persona knowinjr, themselves indebted to said estate, are, requested to make tmmediaip _payment, and those having demands _WiU presentAhim duly authenticated loi _setllemeot, , ' AUGUSTUS Ai: LACONTE, ' Jan. 14, 1...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

_:i 'ftf.'. bEftifJCRATlC BANNER" u published -.fv_^_tklr, ont _Wednesday; morhihge, o|(2 per annum —or fl 75 if'paid _la ' _advabce_^ i_; So _tiifSt tart bediftonliniied (unUn at Iho op-,_fioo of:the,editors'* until,all arrearages are paid. J _lirAdvilrtuernente; &c„ av tho u»_ual rates. : ""¦yt&tf< ' - YB 'NtpT' FOB " THE DEAX). _"* <>... .i. _f. _'-tf thiiati. i>/T*Trt».i6N. r,_\_70; /Weep1 ye nht for the dead. • _' _, Who eltep their dre»rr_\leln)_e<jp yvithin the grave, , ' Where drooping wil|pvri _ipreed -fKetr.braochei,and the _iltfol night wind* Wave f A; _ftJlRleia o* ef the cold _stid lUelei* ¦clay, . , ¦t' , , Now crumbling, in decay. f:nu-;- :_i:y^;_Mmmms_^: '„ _' ¦ ' What Ihgugh tho«arprnon» came , la liTe'_e ' ioung morning, " when,ihe heart _wei bright ;; Withhope_'_e inspiring fleme—And all ihe future, to the ardent sight-Seemed foil of promise, lovellneu and joy Furs and without alloy. '— - "Oh J shed no tear ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

> '•-¦¦' ¦ F_«m the SatUrdoy Evening Pott. ¦ Theodore Colder; or, €*I_5W©»S» OS tSJsm »5B9_»8. , ,.. »»wiujih d. cawon' " Oh! thedeeptoulhath, changes _v ; Were sorrowful than ' ill:— ~ 8ee. icorn—where love has perished; ¦ Dir trutt—where friendship grew ; _Prided where once nalure cherished All lender thoughts and true."' Mrs. Ilemant. Many persons condemn -fictitious narrative i deeming life, as there portrayed, without an original; the Eden ol day dreamers/ But tale Writing- is but a department of the imitative art—poetry,— And poetry; like. _jta _sjster arts, painting and sculpture, never originates. A form of purely ideal beauty never came from t_$» chisel} ' nor a aeeno or landscape of pore imaginings from pen or pencil. The imagination can only • body forth' what the •ye has _seeo; It can but collect the _vatr leys and hillst the groves, and fountains of earth) lot'its Paradise i the scattered clouds of iir for its _suoset _pilsiipr its dark-broyr-«d etorro. " ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

SUN RISE AT SEA "Beautiful!" is: Ihe inward exclamation of the beholder as he ascends to; the deck in the; morning, . Never before has nature seemed so lovely to.hira. Never before has he seen, the hand, of God djaplay.ed in such petfection. , AH the paintings by the most skilful human.*powers, which he had previously B«enr bow< >u»k low in the shade. Slowly and majestically, as II dropping with water, the king of day rises from, his ocean bed,. The breezes play gently with the briny waves, scarce awakened from theii _peaceful slumbers. The whole eastern sky jso'erspread with a gorgeous crimson canopy—and far over to the westward, in the dim distance, may occasionally be seen the swelling canvass ship, reflecting the glaring light from the east, and appearing as it each were a sheet of fire. Who dan,yie_^this migh ty picture; arid say there ' is no God?. None save the unwise, can make this declaration in the very face of bim wHoTeigneth on high. _Whb_.can view; t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

_buouiu FOR HUSBANDS. ! )! ; ' .! A mans homo _uo m» eanniy paradise. It should ' be, of all other spots, that which heleates with most regret, and to which ho r ' _elorhs with most delight.—- And in order that it may in so, U'shpujfd be liisi' daily task to provide' everything convenient arid comfortable .for his wife. With every provision he: _cain ' _poisjbjy _masje, her'_a will be a life of care _tnd_^_qii, Sheis the sentinel who cahi seldom, if ever, be relieved. Others may sleep, but if there be_^ any onp who must watchj' H \i she, ' She ought therefore, to be furnished with every " comfort within ' the ' means of her; _husbihd. Generally) every shilling Upended by'the htisbantl' for the iccom-<oodation'jp(h'ia wife in ' he_^domestie'e-pejrations, is returned' upon'liimYoUr-rbld;^ if not precisely in pecun_' ary advantage, thbugh this is often true, it will be" found in the order, - peace'sod happiness. '6f his family. _,j.v ..:.-j/¦; . ••'. ' ¦ . __ >) v»5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

_. Message of the President, , To the S$nate of the United_^tatit • • '(^ . councils, and a firm mam'ainance of our _fri ghts. _. , jAMEg _^ poLK _Wabmkoto*_. March 24, 1846, _; In answer to the inquiry of the Senate, contained in their resulutiun ofthe l7ln, inst., whether in my "judsment, any circumstances connected with, or growing •Jilt tif, the lotei»n relations of this country,: require at (his lime ah increase of ou>' nsvaj or.mililaiy force;'' and, it so, • what those circumstances are.' I have to express the opinion, that a wise precaution demands such increase. -In my annual message of the 2nd ol December1 last, I recommended to the favorable consideration of Congress an increaw _*f pur naval force, especially of our steam navy, and the raising of an adequate military force to guard and protect such of our Citizens as might think proper to emig rate to'.Oreto ' n.'1 Since that period I have seen no-real cause to recall or modify these re-COmmenitationg. On the...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

Sherittfs Sales BY virtue of sundry . writs of vendilioni exponas, _issued out of the court ol Comnion Pleas of Clearfield county, and-to me directed, will bo exposed " to public sale, at 1 o'clock, P. M. on,Monday the 4th day of May next, at tlm court house in Clearfield,a tract of land situate in Houston tuwhsliip, Clearfield county, beginning at a post standing on the bank ol Bennetts branch oh Sinnemahoning creek and in the southerly part of a tract of 317 acres and 152 perches from the southeasterly corner ol said tract of 317 and Irom said post south IG1 ps to a _pos', N 70 degrees E 01 ps to a _Spaoihh oak, N 20 deg. W to the place ol bes ' inniiig, containing 28 acres. ALSO~-Qne other piece ol land, situate in said township and county,'beginning at a post on the easier ly line of the whole tract nf 317 acres conveyed to Jonathan Nichols by Edward Burd, and from the aforesaid post N SO deg W 154 ps to a post, S 70 deg W 1_S6 ps to a post, S 20 deg E IRQ ps to a post sta...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

THE FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE A diligent searching of all thb items of foieign news, brings us to the conclusion that the British government are somewhat perplexed at the aspect of affairs in India. Their journals appear alarmed. It is certain <hat the Anglo-Indian army has been met with a resistance more determined, and o power greater and better disciplined,- than they have heretofore encbuatered in the long course of their acquisitions in that distant empire. The Sikhs show no disposition to retreat upon their own lei - ritory, but appear willing to wage warfare on the borders of the British dominion ; and a bitter and _unrelenting war they seem desirous of making it. We have heretofore alluded to the English accounts of the " viclury" said to have been gained by Sir H. Hardinge over this nation, .in the valley o| the Sutlej, and confess our faith in them is weaker than ever, when, a few days aller thisrboasted victory, we read in the ssme English prints, that an army ol ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

Borough Ordinances. The.following. ordinances were passed bv the Burgess and Council of the borough of Clearfield, on March 11, 1846. _j lii Ordinance relating to feeding and milking Cows. Bo it ordained and enacted by the Burgess and town Council of the bbiouglinf Clearfield,,_?nd it is , hereby ordained and enacted by ihe au Ihority of the same. That r.o inhabitant of the borough of Cleai field be allowed to feed their cows, horses or hogs on the streets or ' pavements in front of their houses; nor.shall any inhabitant _bp allowed to milk their cows'on' the Streets, or in front of.their dwellings," un derthe penally of not less than fifty cents nor more than two dollars, for each and every, such offence, to be recovered for the use of the borough agreeably to law.., " ¦ Jin Ordinance relating ' ¦ to laying Stone ¦ _: coal on thepavtmtnttand tide-walks, B.e if ordained and enacted,'&c, That no inhabitant ol the borough be allowed to place stone-coal on any part ofthe _'...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

CAUTION THE _ptjblic are hereby cautioned against _. intertering in any way with the Irillowing property, now in the possession of Peter Lamm; of Girard township, as said property was sold at Constable's sale and purchased by us on the 9th Feb. 1846, and is in his _poisessfon on loan, viz: ' '-':'•- -- - A lot of shingles, a. Jot of square timber, a lot off scantling* one oak log, a lot of _boards, - , nlot ,c of oak plank, 1 plough and harrow, One sleigh, 1 grind-stone, 1 sledgei 1 bar, 1 pick, 1 mason hammer, four chairs, 2 wash-tubs/ 1 spade, one shovel, 1 set of blacksmith toojs, 1 timber sled, 1 two horse sled, two set of harness, 2 set do. one brown mare, 1 cutting box, 1 buggy, two buffalo robes, 1 iron kettle, l.eook stove, 2 beds, 1 saddle and bridle, 1 boy's saddle, 2 trunks, 1 work bench, and 10 bushel potatoes. JACOB MAURER. SOLOMON MAURER. WILLIAM SCHMIDT. Feb. 19, 1846

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

Popular Remedies., THE most popular remedies of tho _preiont dar nro Ih060 which _. clonnse ond purity the; bipod_, and wljch are Known to be innocent in Ihoir qualities. Such remedies as Antimony, Mercury, Zinc_, and having recourse to bleeding in disease, are now. it is hoped, going out _offashion.and Vegetable remedies will he Boon the popular medicine. Then Brandreth_'_s Veaetablo _Universal Pills will be used and appreciated They aro known, to net _bonefioiallf on every part of the body; being token up by the chyle _itioy paiu into the blood, which they purity_, and it should be remembered that they only remove those parts from the blood.which, were the ca*)«> of inflammatinn or disease ol any kiri(_f. Nothing _js _' equat to ridding the vilipted humors wilh a _vegetabla medirine of this kind, ' which eighty-tour yeara have proved never to do injury, but alwayagood. Sold by the following _Agonls in Clearfield co. E. & W F _frwin, Clearfield. : • John Irvin, Cur...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

_BX.A01ESMITHIHO Hollenback Sc Hoover _, ¦ WILL commence the above business on the first of April next, in the shop at present occupied by John Beaumont. Farmers and others by giving them a call will have their work done in a good and substantial manner, and on reasonable terms. By strict attention to their business they expect to merit and receive a liberal share of public patronage. JAS. HOLLENBACK. MARTIN L. HOOVER; Cleaifield, 6th March, 1846.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 14 April 1846

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

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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