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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

_sr © <_a a ® _^a rinilih subscriber purrhced at Cnnnla-_H_ ble sale on Ihe 20ih inst.. Iho following as the properly of John Meniman, which I have loaned to him anil leave in his possession during my pleasure, ol which the public will take notice : 4 acres wheat, _B acres rye, 3 acres' oats, 1 grey marc, 1 black cow with white face, 1 black muley cow, 2 spring calves, and 1 windmill. CHRISTIAN HARNIS ' II. _Mushannon mill, j -22, 1846. \ _. r _,

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

CAUTION A I.L persons ate. hereby cuulioned a l\. Kainst buy iri<», _xtdling, ur in any way meddling will) the followiiirr properly nuiv in possession of _Chrisinpher nnd Geo. _[Ncff :—One brown marc, one yoke of ox en and yoke, two, cows, one' heiffer, one windmill, two harrows, one plough, ten sheep, one mantle clock, one bull, two yearling calves mid one two horse wagon, lis Ihe said property was soul to me al Constable sale, on Ihe 2d day of Mnv, 1840. JOHN M. RIDDLE. May 8, 18-16— nd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

BACON! BACON!! O F the very beet quality, clear of bone, for sale (nr cash, at ihe store of ' V. p. HURXTH A L. - June 18. ' • ' A fine article of RfJGS, parlor .and; hearth. Albu — Carpeting arii xar _^ pet yarn at U. B. & _P,% D RUGS. A fine assortment of Drugs • am) _I_'_atent medicines at lhi?sidre' 'or

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

LAST NOTICE 'vMj-lw?*^ _^ _^* -Q Clearfield cnun fi(i\ LBsiS _^_0 ly arc hereby notified M,)j|Ilplir thai unless Ihey pay ofl _EiSs™^"**"_^ their duplicated on or before the next September court, that Ihey will be. _proceeded against according to law without respect to persons. Bv order of Ihe Cornm'rs, J. W. WRIGHT , _Trs'r; , _JunflS, 1846. , . .„•• ., « ¦ ;;» • , .;¦

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

ATTENTION GRAYS . _^k_^^'_^ a,e "rdered to meet al »H jL your rwnitiry on Saturday _fA th_« -lihil_.iy «( Julv iiBitt, at _niiir _Vrfi\ o'clock, A. M. precisely, with H j J equipments in £_ii»d order. _^ Y IvilIi member lo be pnparei 1 |j with nine rounds uf blank carjl (rid ge. By order ol the Cupt'n_, GEO. THORN, O. S. Jane 25.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

. Dtnj o c t att TiJa nn et. C LE A R Ft ELD, Pa. Juke-26.. 1846. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM B. FOSTER, jr. of Bradford county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

MARKIKD-On Thursday the llth insl., by iho Rev. James Linn, Mrj. Geo, II. _\_VuAvKn to Miss Susan K. daughter o' Mr. Thomas _Ingram , bold of Spring lo_« nship, _Cenire coufily.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

TALL RYE—WHO CAN BE AT IT I Farmer RsaHS_, residing in the lower end of _Lawreuca township, has le't wiih'usa italk ol rf; _mtaituiDg 8 (nt_>_3 inches in length,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

NEW PROSPECTUS. 1846. The _Saturday _Evening Post; Formerly the U. States Saturday Post.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

_CAUTION VLI/ persons are hereb y cautioned at;:iinst buying, selling, or in any way nieililliti{{ with a certain sorrel mare and a brown cow and culf, now in ihe posses&ion of John Selfridge nf Lawrence township, a« tuid properly belongs to me and is in his possession on loan. DANIEL SELFR1DGE. J-unc 0, 1840.—paitl. .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

_btray Cow. _fi _fam_* Q' r'iAVKI_)fr„m the subitiftaSkvfil _CJ 9Cr 'l>'_-''' ri'sitling in Bell _^y.-yvwA-5L,,, ", t,s lii|', Clfiirfielil cotinly, lurg" pale red cot", wilh a star in her (art', l«o white .spuls on her back, white bell y anil legs, antl both horn* , buret! — sUfipuseil lobe about 15 ve_._irs old. Any ppmon f>ivino inforinalio'i of said cow will be lib _prall y rewarded, for their trouble \ j acOn Jackson. ._lune 22. 1«4(j .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

POETRY. From _Nrnl_'_s Snturdnv _Gnzetto CHILDREN AT EVENING PRAYER. • I MsaT J- REED. Tread sofily—for upon the still calm air. Comes the _aweet _votco of chilhood'_s evening pray. "i There, _behdmg low, beside their mother's knee_. In all Ibe gnilelcssness of infancy_. With hands tight clasped, and bowed each lilllo head. . In simple trust ihey oak their daily bread Of Htm, viho in His mercy kindly sends, To guide their helpless childhood, tender friends. Thrice happy lilllo ones, nol yet have years Brought wilh them unkept vows and loars_. Nor have ye found the prop ye leaned upon A broken reed—ils strongih end bosuiy gone. Te have not learned the agnizing pain Of hoping on till hope is worse than vain, Then living slill—ihe semblance cold to wear Of pleasure's smile, when sinking in despair. As years pass on, most sadly will ye nnd (suspicion's venom creoping throug h your roind _; And ye will learn to doubi a pleasant smile. Lest 'nealh its seeming good should lurlt a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

The Last Kiss. _DT MRS. SEBA SMITH. " I vi as but five years old when my mother died ; but her image is as fresh in my mind, now lhat twenty years have elapsed, as it was al the lime of her death. I remember her aa a gentle being, wilh a sweet smile, and a voice soft and cheerful when she praised me ; and when I had erred—for I waa a wild, thoughtless child—there was a trembling mildness about it that always went to my little heart. _Metbinks 1 can now see her large blue eyea, misty with sorrow, because of my waywardness, and hear her repeal, ' My child, bow can jou grieve me so?' •' Sho had been for a long lime pale and feeble, and sometimes there would come a bright spot on her cheek, which made her look so lovely, 1 thought she must be well. But then she spoke of dying, and pressed me to her bosom, and told mo to love my father a groat deal, for he would have no one elso to love. . " I recollect she was ill all the day, and my little hobby horse and whip were laid aside, and ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

WOMAN. I heljrvo woman lo bo Ihe chastest ornament Almighty wisdom has in its lovo _Revised, for enhancing end promoting tho happiness and well being of our rare; a ehoslo and tender flower to be plarod in iho Bosom and cherished wilh tho holiest dews of affection of which the hsarl it capable ; granted to man in mitigation of worldly anxiety, lo awaken his higher and noblor powers, to "raise from earth his sordid thought," and induce Ibe discharge of each moral obligation. Tis sho who tends our helpless infancy, over_, lo.'ks or corrects its follies, inculcates iho first principles of devotion, wisdom, and rectitude of character. She who bathes the burning temples and moistens ihe _fevored lips of the dying; and she who joins his spirit in prayer as it prepares io quit this mortal tonemont, and stand boforo the last and mighty tribunal of Cod. Yes, woman il is who prevonls the ten thousand blaek crimes, which would otherwise bo commits led, Incites the lord of creation to e...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

EARLY PIETY. Religion makes an appeal to tha youthful heart, to which, to ns now, it ssems strange that any resistance should ever be offered. "Ihey that seek me tarty ihallfnd me," is the gracious assurance which it offers to the young to dedicate their budding affection to Him who deservedly claims ihe tint place in their hearts. Would you, then, my young friends, invest yourselves with a dignity which will compel and command rasped T—be open and decided Christians.— Would you -enliit the favorable regard of ihe good end virtuous everywhere f be of thai number who are not ashamed to lake up tbe cross and follow Christ whithersoever he goeth. Would you have support onder all the trial* of life—comfort amidst all ils sorrows—hope in all its gloom, and safety in alt its dangers f —be willing to commit yourself lo him who has promised to be a present help in •very needful time of trouble. Would you walk under the light of the divine countenance and have il shine more and more ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

Borough Ordinances. The following ordinances were passed by ihe Burgess and Council of the borough of Clearfield, on March 11, 1846. An Ordinance relating lo feeding and milking Cows. Be it ordained and enacted by the Burgess and town Council of the boioughof Clearfield, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the authority ol the same. That no inhabitant of the borough of Cleat field be allowed to feed their cows, horses or hogs on tbe streets or pavements in front of their houses; nor shall any inhabitant be allowed to milk their cows on the streets, or in front of their dwellings, under the penalty of not less than fifty cents nnr more than two dollars, for each and every such offence, to be recovered<for the use of the borough agreeably ta. law. An Ordinance relating to laying Stontcoal on the pavements aiid side-walks. Beit ordained and enacted, &c, That no inhabitant ot the borough be allowed to place stone-coal on any part of the pavements or side walks of...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

SEASONABLE GOODS, consisting in part of DRY and FANCY GOODS, HARDWARE & GROCERIES, all of which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. Their old customers and the public generally are invited to give them a call and examine their stock. may 21. Popular Remedies. THE most popular remedies of the present doy ore those which cleanse ond purify the blood, and which are known to be innocent in their _quult_, ties. Such remedies as Antimony, Mercury, Zinc, and having rccourao to bleeding in disease, ore now, it is hoped, going out of fashion, and Vegetable remedies will be soon the popular medicine. Then Brandreth'_s Vegetable- Universal Pills wilt be used and appreciated They are known to act beneficially on every part of the body ; being taken up by the chylo they pass into tho blood, which they purity, and it should be remombered that they only remove thoso parts from the blood which were the cause ot inflammation or disease ol any kind. Nothing is equal to _ridding t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING in the P. O, at Clear field, April 1, 1846. Abbott David Akin Rev. I. J. _Brookins Gen N _Heiasel H B Chamberlain H M Cowder John Dillon John - Flanagan James Faulk Miss Mariah Green Wm "_^ Ooodridge Jno. Ai'y. Hopkins Joseph Holt Caroline J. Hill Horatio ' Hold John—2 Height John Hall John, Esq. Irwin John—3 Knepp Henry—2 Knight J. Laborde John McGhee Daniel R. Miles Samuel Patchin John Randle Wm. Randle Martin Rider John Snvder John Sloan Charles—2 Wilcox Rev. J. 36 WM. L. MOORE, p.m. _^ _^^^ ^^ I JOHN F. HOUSTON. 5 _^ Attorney Law : _{j _< \ Columbia, Lancaster County , Pa. S \ REFERS TO 5 i_, Hon. Wm. _Bigleii Hon J. L. Gtixis. 2 S Feb. 28—pd. £

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

CLEARFIELD BRIDGE WOOLLEN FACTORY THE subscriber would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he has taken the above establishment, formerly occupied by William Lang, situate at Clearfield Bridge, in Lawrence township, Clearfield county—and, having put his machinery in good order, he can assure all who may favor him wilh their custom, that their orders will be promptly attended to on the shortest notice, and on the most reasonable _tesms. He will do country carding, fulling and weaving at the customary prices. Persons wishing to exchange wool for manufactured goods can be accommodated, aa he intends keeping goods on hand manufactured at one of the best establishments east ol the mountains. AM kinds of country pi educe taken in exchange for work if delivered at the factory. JAMES C. BARRETT. April 14, 1846.—paid. A lot of new style PRINTS at the store of B. B. & P.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 26 June 1846

J.H.JONES Fg ESPECTFULLY returns his sin-Ji\> cere thanks to the inhabitants ol Clearfield antl vicinity lor the very liberol support heretofore extended to him, and hopes by strict _atleolion to business, and a desire to please, to merit a continuance of the same. He is prepared to execute all orders in his line with neatness and despatch, and in the most approved style. His shop is on Market street, where he will be happy to accommodate all who may favor htm wilh their custom. _Wcjtk will be done in his shop at a lower price than it can be doue in the county. Call and see. _JCpCountry produce taken in exchange (or work at the hi ghest market price. May 28, 1846. " Sich a gittin up stairs ' " To see the New Goods ! BIGLER , BOYNTON & POWELL are now receiving and opening at their old stand a new and splendid assortment of cheap and

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