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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

OvranoOutano*—The Rev. Mr. Russell, a missionary residing at Mount Andrew, in Allien, in a letter published in the Luminary, gives the following account of an enormous ourang en tan; that had been plajing ofl its prank> in that neighborhood:—J_%x. Week. Mess. Tuesday belore last, a man ivent _(o cut vnuie timber for his new house, and by some means disturbed the _ouiRitg oulang, who aallifd forth upon him veiy angrily, obliging the poor lelluw to leave Ins axe and cloth, and swim the lake to suve his life, which his hard swimming like ( o have cost him any how. Last Wednesday morning, another man was chased over a hundred yards by the beast, which, holding » club in his mouth, came very near overtaking the pour fellow. The same afternoon, another man was made to leave his rafters in the woods, and fly, and run ning o*er a stump, hurt himself very much. On Friday last, ho took po>se»Mun of an old woman's farm,- where he remained all day, That week I heard of the dea...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

POR T It V THR.WIFB IN A BAGj . A I. F, S s 6 N F O B jl A It II I _tl 1) P O I. It S, Involved in gloomy _ilnnichts, n swnin Way si)inucriiiir <> 'er a niin-liriglit _iilriin;_- Knl*o tli!llr,i< y line] mrtild Ins muni . For eurllily.blessings Km rclincil: ' r _, .116 JlioilijtiVliiirisoll liircdooincd to know >-. Disgust _infill things _herobolow; ;,.;.AnU chief hmnng llic-iliingsof li/o .. JJb frit, or llionglil ho loll, hit wife. ' -, Tier fmills 'twn ' n hnrtl to sny or sing, i Bilt still slid _wnu hot quite tlio _thiriR ; -,f»y«>ilM,'fnle permit to cliooso ognin I *_7 Oh! iloublo grief, wish ift in vnin. ¦¦•'Nolf o/'quoth Jovo. in accents soil. And bore the murmurer aloft. ' „ _. •fn _. ic _. io, s_*o ihoso bogs—now.suit your _wishct 'Pliey hold not wind, ns crsl Ulysses, "'Bill vVOrhen, sir; besides, they show The: qualifies of nil bolow. Nowltor._d not there amcro _hehulder, '" But lilt ilietn freely to your shoulder; • That which mos...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

Borough Ordinances. The following ordinances were passed bv the Burgess and Council ol the borough oi Clearfield, on March 11, 1840. jln Ordinance relating to feeding and milking Cows. Be il ordained and enacted by the Burgets and town Council ol Ihe boioughol Clearfield, anil it is hereby ordained and enacted by (he authority ol 'he same, That no inhabitant of Ihe borough of Cleai field be allowed to (evil their cows, hor Bet or hogs on Ihe streets or _pnvements in front of their houses ; nor shall any inhabitant be allowed to milk their cows on the streets, or in front of their dwellings, un tier the penalty of not less lhan fifly cents nor more than Iwo dollars, fur each and every _such _olfence, lo be recovered lor the use of the borough agreeably to law. An Ordinance relating to laying Stone coal on the pavements and side-walks. Be it ordained and enacted, &c, That no inhabitant ol the borough be allowed t_« p lace stone-coal on any pari of the pave _menta or side w...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

Popular Remedies. THE most _|iopular remedies or tho present Hay are I'mso which _dennse nnd purity the blood, nnd whielr ' are hnoivii In lio innorent in Ihoir rjiiuli_. tica. Such remedies n_» Antimony, Mercury, Zinc, nnd Imving _recuurtio to _hloedmg in disease, nro now, it is hoped, going out of Ihtdiion_.nrnl Vegetablo remedies will ho soon the popular medicine. Then Hrandreth's Vegetable Universal I'ills will boosed und appreciated They aro known lo act bonelirinlly on overy part of Iho body ; being _tnlien up by Ihe cliylo Iney paBR into iho hlooil, which ihoy purity, and It should be _romeinhored Ihul Ihoy only remove those pnrls from the blood which were tho cii'ihii ol inflammation or disease ot nny kind. [Nothing is equal to ridding tho vitiated humors with a vegetable medieine of this kind, which eighty-four yours hnvo proved novcr lodo injury, but ul ways good. Sold by the following Agents in Clearfield co. E.& VV F. Irwin, Clearfield. John Irvin, Curwansville...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

LIST OF LETTERS IB EMAINING in (he P. O. at Clear-%_j field, April 1, 1846. Abbott David Akin Rev. I. J. Bronkius Geo N _Beissel H B Chamberlain H M Cowder John Dillon John Flanagan James Faulk Miss Marian Green Wm Goodridge Jno. At'y. Hopkins Joseph Holt Caroline J. Hall Horatio Hold John—2 Height John Hall John, Esq. Irwin Jobnv-3 Knepp Henry—2 Knight J. Labor do John ' McGhee Daniel R. Miles Samuel PatchinJohn Randlo Wm. Rantllo Martin Rider John Spyder John Sloan Chat lea—2 Wilcox Rev. J. 3« WM. L. MOORB, p. k.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

Galcr_'s Vegetable Vermifuge. IN oiTerin<; this valuable medicine to the public, I am well aware of tho fact, that it is hard to convince at least 0 part of the community, that a medicine could be equal to that of _Fahnestsck for _expelling worms. Now, all I ask for the good of humanity is a fair (rial according to the directions given, of one or two vials, feeling confident that it will speak for itself wherever it goes- . Warranted to be uood. Price25 cents. Prepared and for sale at the Drug Store of * C D. WATSON. Nov. 28. ¦ •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

BI.AOESMITMING. _IBolIcnback & 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 fjnml and substantial manner, anil on reasons ble terms. B y strict attention to their business they expect to merit and receive a liberal share of public _potroriage. JAS. HOLLENBACK. MARTIN L HOOVER, Cleat field, 6th March, 1840.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

DR. WM. P. HILLS HAVING Ideated himself in the borough ol Clearfield with the intention _(o practice medicine and surgery, flatters himself, that from limn experience in (he business, ami by close application, tc merit a share ol public pntronage-||e may be found at all limes, when nol professionally absent, in his office or at his house on 2d _stieet; uearly opposite the oltl jail. Feeling thanklurto ins old Mends in (he vicinity u! Philipsburg fur past lavois, he irspcct'fully solicits a continuation, and will promptly attend lo al) calls al all hours. Apiil 14.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tellers of administration have been granted to Ihe subscriber on the estate ol Nicholas Poulon Gentillet, late of Covington township, Clearfield county, dee'd. Therefore all persona knowing themselves indebted to said estate, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having demands will present them dul y authenticated loi seltlement. AUGUSTUS :>!. LACONTR. Jan. 14, 1840. Adm'r.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

_^ _™~~~~^ _~J s Law Partnership. s \ BURNSIDE & WEAVER, jj S "_^_STK 7'1LL practice in Clearfield, S ? T v and adjoining counties. _^ S Office one door north of ihe "Ban- S J[ ner'' ollice. _J> V JAMES EUriNSIDC. 1. FRED. WEAVER. V S Jan. 24, 18-Jfi. S ^~ ^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

Caution. ALL persons are hereby cautioned against buying or selling or in any way meddling with the following property, now in the possession of Wm. Teats, viz:—One Dark Bay Horse & one Brown Horse, as wo have onl y loaned theia to hint during our pleasure. WATSON' St _BRENNKR. _Karthaus, Jon. 12, 1846.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

s _^ JOHN F. HOUSTON, 1 _h s _^ Attorney at Law : (> S Columbia,.Lancaster Count*, Pa. s v REFERS TO J* S Hon. Wm. _Bioleh. Won J. L. Giujs. 2 S Feb. 28—pj. C

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 20 May 1846

B LJINKS Of every description neatly $rinir ed and for sale at thisoffict.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

POETRY .While I was lying quite unwell. Once more I see the lovely riower. . That blossoms by my _inmmor bower. . The landscape, loo, oneo rnore .f viow . _Esspangled o'er with morning dew_. Refracting stilWho sunny ray, ' "7 . Which shows tho various lints of _Jay. _' ¦ ¦ The swelling bud has opened wide, The petals now their calyx hide ; And every pessing breeze ie ' filled, . . With odours from their cells distilled; And gushing, as a billow heaves, It shakes the forest's tender loaves; . And often, erd its force is spent, _i.Tho light breeze shows somo mellower lint; ., Vnfelds.to view tome liny leaf,— Although the sight of it be _briel,— It is to one who seldom sees Such Iovbly_', beauteous sights ' as these, A _tronsport lo his _fevsred mind Which'leaves all theughta of caro behind—And mounts some loftier, lovelier strain, Which soars above this, world of pain; . And in the transport of its bliss, Would soek some happier world than this—Would rise where angels chaunt the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

Extracts from the Speech of Col. Bigler. , . In Sekatb.—On the Bill granting the iright of way to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, to extend said road to Pittsburg. •_f . _- •: (Concluded.) It is 16 ba observed that froth Tussey Mountain to the Bafd Eagle Ridge, the country is almost a plain, gradually rising towards the Bald Eagle_^ Ridge, and contairis Ihe inexhaustible beds of Hemetic iron ore_^ which have given to 'Juniatairon' ill pre-eminence in , llic United States.— ThV'Balrf Eagle Ridge is a low range a . c company tog the Allegheny; It seems to be chiefly composed of loose or rubble atone.>It roust- be pierced by a . tunnel *50 yards lung, to a tidge which funs out from its western side, dividing the waters _ohhe Little, Bald Eagle Creek running into the West Branch of the Sufquehantta. ' : Another remarkable ridge juts . .out from the ' Allegheny . 'directly ' opposite, leading a ravine, between tbenvcalled _« The Hickory Bottom,' one-hall of a mile...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

n'-v . •;¦¦• •; _- , -.iP;U'a--as-s a ,The> " DEMOCRATIC ' BANNER" is published weekly, en Wednesday mornings, ntSZ per annum -_^ or CI'75 If paid irt advance. ' -. ¦ ' ¦ .' ¦ . • ,.' . ' N!» paper tan bo discontinued (unless at tho op-OotTof tho editors) _iirjtil oil arrearages aro. paid; _KTAdvertieements. &c„ at tho usual rates.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

_FfieiB the: _arhy. ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP NEW YORK! •GLORIOUS NEWS-VICTORY Point Isabel Victorious—Matamoras Reduced to Ashes!— 7Vte America* Army Triumphant!—7 _M Mexicans Killed! —Only one American Killed!—Jl General Blockade of the Mexican Ports ordered! We received at five o'clock, this evening, by Morse's Magnetic Telegraph, exclusively lor. the Baltimore Sun, the fol lowing important and startling intelligence It was communicated lo us from Washington, by our energetic correspondent, where it had been received for us by «x-<_pie«s, in, advance of '.he road. The news was received at New Oi leans 'by the steamship New York, and sent by _express to Mobile , where it overtook the •mail, . Washington, May 18, f> P. M. Messrs. A. S. Abell & Co. The fame of the American Army has 'been signally vindicated, with an inferiorityol forces so disproportionate, _sb to tave caused the deepest anxiety for Geo. Taylor and his gallant band. They have gained a gr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

ANOTHER BATTLE On the morning ol the 6th. previous to the departure of/the New York a heavy cannonading , _wa_^-heard, supposed to be another ' attack of'the Mexicans onihe Uaited States troops opposite Matamoras. From tha Galveston _Nswsol tho 6th inst. When General Taylor left Point Isabel | (here was not the slightest doubt. he would have cut his way to the entrenchments, through vastly _superior number? of the enemy, who were known to be posted in largo " forces _tfmoog ihe almost impas-iblo thicket of cha ' pporelsoii the road, with a determination to cut him off. The number ol Mexicans is estimated at from 15. 000 to 20,000 _^. It seems _teastinable lo suppose (hat n decisive arid g lorious battle was fought yesterday, ond we wuit with pni plul arixiely to hear the result. From Iho Galvo9lon Civilian Extra.. ., The _stenmship New York arrived from the Brazos St. Jago on Thursday evening, bringing _ncwra that Ihe Mexicans |iavirig succeeded in interrupting the commu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

GLORIOUS! THE NEWS FKOM THE CAMP FULLY CON FII1MED!! ARRIVAL OF COMMODORE CON NOR AT BRAZOS. Double Triumph of Amcri- - can Arms. - _>. From Iho Commercial Hullelin May 15. 1MPOUTANT FROM THE SEAT " OF WAR, March of General Taylor from Point Isabel toward his camp opposite Matamoras—Batik with the Mexicans. The United States schooner Flirt, A. Sinclair, lieutenant commanding, has just arrived from the Brazos SI. Jago, which place she tuft on the 8th inst. (two days ufler the,New York,) bringing important, though not definite intelligence from the seat of war, We learn from her polite and intelligent officers that Gen. Taylor marched from Point Isabel on the 7lh, at 3 or 4 o'clock in Ihe afternoon, for his camp, at the head of about two thousand men, carrying with him a large supply of provisions. ' The _Fnrl sailed on Ihe same day at about three o'clock, for New Orleans, and during Ihe whole afternoon, the firing of artillery was heard, as was supposed within eight ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 29 May 1846

ll<_M^« . _«._»w'ii'^»_ii . «i.ni , rr_»_MM,,_mMBais»»»« «j_«»'_._»i i««» _ »»'ii drcfiploce .d under thrir. caret and in rill ' things _mok _^ o themselves agreeable, moral, good and .virtuous. Wo prefer giving such: toon, though ih«y should be boys, $18 per month, lo giving foreigners, who tire stupid, dull," innttonlivo and using on imperfect dialect, 320 por _inonili. • Somo children arc kept nt homo .oh account of the total unfitness of iho loachotn,' soys this ' Lovvr of Truth/ ,Wo Kny all tho children in this town »hip attend our schools, except thoso ,of two _folui« lics-i-boih _fcpglnh. Thoy r_.ovor son! their chil-Jran foschool, _6veh when a' competent" anil' qyal _r/ferf' English _(aaccTet w&». teaching in tho very sub-district, whore all.thoso children reside, and ihamoar b y : So that this ' Lover of Truth ' places this _cempeieilt and qualified Englishgentleman Upon a level with those 'ditquitliJieJ' and,- incopijpttait' boyi. We think Mr, Lover of Tru...

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