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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

_ibate IVoiu Yucatan. tiy u late arrival at Havana Irotn Yucatoo, papuro, have beoa received to tho _i&Jd ult. Gov. _Barbacluno guvc his ai.ijjtsr to the commander of the American brig-ojwar St. Mary's ili the following manner That although Yucatan Had .declared herself independent of ah'd tree from the rest of the Mexican Republic, since the first of January, it was not their intention to be entirely separated from the nation, and, consequently the department of Yucatan should continue lo form a part of the Hepublic, whether she _submitledj o the actual government or not. That as1 to the position which Yucatan should _preserve during the war, that would depend enti:e Iv upon the result of the pending negotiations with the Mexican government, and (hat at all events it was the duty of the Supremo Congress which had just met to decide what should be considered most proper and convenient to the interests of the Peninsula. The commander of the St. Mary's see med perfectl...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

STANDING COMMITTEE MEETING. The Democratic Standing Committee of Clearfield county met on Saturday evening, the 18th July, nnd appointed the following Committees of Vigilance fnr the several election districts throughout tho county: Beccaria township.—Jacob Leonard, H B Wright, Bell.—W ml Thorp, JaB Elder, _Jas McGhee. Boggs.— George Turner, J M Shaw, John Thompson. Bradford,—VVm lloover_.Jacob Pearce, W K Wrigly. Brady. — Benj _Bonsall, Jacob _Kuntze, Andrew Pence. Burnside.—Thos Campbell, Jas Mc-Murrav, John Young. Chest.—S J Tozer, _Jiles Tucker, Jas Currey. Covington.—Francis Coudrief, Michael Schnell, Solomon Maurer. Decatur.—John Gearhart, Jas McClarren. Wm Hughes, sen. .Ferguson.—Christian Straw, Wm M'_- Cracken, jr., John Hockenberry. Fox.—John I Bundy_. Jas Moorhead. _Gtrard.—G B Smith, Ab'm Jurev, Goshen.—A S Leonard, Jacob Flegal, Leonard Bumgarner. Huston.—Philip Havener, Israel Nichols, Dr W Hnyt. Jordon.—Robert _Patlerson, Fred'k W _Shorning, George Erhardt. Ka...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

To the Democratic Party otf Clearfield eounty: Fellow Citizens:-In submitting the foregoing proceedings to tho public, the Committee embrace tho opportunity of accompany them with a few observations explanatory of the New 8ystem of nominating candidates for office. Tho wish of the Democratic party of this county, as expressed in Iwo successive county meetings, was decidedly in favor of. the adoption of the system now practiced in Crawford county. That system we believe is practiced as follows: 1. Candidates, who expect to bo elected by democrats, offer themselves public ly as candidates for tho respective offices. 2. On the appointed day [Saturday the 29th August,] the democratic voters assemble at the house usod for holding the General and township elections, and vote with written or printed tickets for the candidates of their choico as they do at olher oleclions. None but mombers of the democratic party are _allowoJ to vole. 3. The Election Board is composed of a Judge and a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

The One Term Boys. VVo have no kindred fooling with Iho somo four or fivo editors in Pennsylvania who are just now prating so loudly about One Term (ot Governor.— Their motives aro no: puro ; or at loast, their motives havo not tho credit of beingsustainod by Iheir former habits and conduct. Now, wo aro in favor of (ho Ono Term principle, ;/1( is fairly applied; but we aro opposed to apply* lag i| to our present Stato Administration, in order lo grati(y iho potty malice of a disappointod officehunter hero and ihero throughout Iho State—bb such a course would bo unjust and _undesorvod.— It bas*_evor bean the custom of the Pennsylvania Democracy to ro-oloct their Govornor provided be has discharged his dutipa Woll. Governor Shufk was elected without any understanding, withuut any thing being said wbolber ho shall servo one term or throo terms Therefore, as we conceivo that ho has discharged all hiB duties, not only in good faith to tho parly, but honorably to tho character of ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

County Meeting. Agrocably to publio _nolico previously given a democratic meeting was hold in tho courl house on Saturday _ovoning the 25th instant. On motion, Col. JOHN STITES. was called lo tho Chair—A. _KaiTzia, David Litz, Isaiah _Gooditki.low, and Robert Wallace, Vico Presidents, and J. F. Weaver and D. _tV. Afoorc, Secrolories. Theobjoclof tho mooting having been made known, on motion, A. Ii. Wright and J. T. Leon* ord, esqs,, woro appointed Conferees to represent this county in the Congressional Convention. On motion of Dr. Lorain, Resolved, Thai our Conforoos bo, and horoby aro inslruclod to urgo the _nominatiun of Col. Wm. Biolko. as the candidate to bo supported by tho democracy of this Congressional district, at Iho onsuing election. On motion, our conforoos woro empowered lo appoint substitutes, in caso of inability lo _attond thomsolves. On motion, Iho abovo proooodingo woro onlered to be signed by tho officers and published—when tbo mooting adjourned. B JOHN ST1T...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

CAMP MEETING 4 Camp Moeling (or llio Clearfield Circuit will be held on the land ot Mr. David Adams, noar Clear_, fiold Creak Bridge—to commonco on tho 28th of August. Tho location is just boyoml Mr. .Adam's haute, in a small woodland lo tho led of tho Turns p ike.. It linn the advanlugo ol being accessible from almost every quarter by good roads, and being quito eonveniontto soverol Springs ol water. Members o_( the Church, priknds or roligion, and tho ruDi.ic, are generally iovitod to attend. " X e welty; V ' H. HOFFMAN, . J. LLOYD. TEMPERANCE MEETING. Tbo Clearfield Washingfonians will hold Ihoir monthly meeting- in lha court hou.o on Monday _evening next, (3d of Aug,) Turnout. WM.RADEBAUGH.89cy Jul»28ih. Drowned—Wis drowned on tho 29th Juno, in the Clarion river, four miles below tho town ol Ridge way, _Euobnio Wadb Kincaid, agod 19 yoars 11 months end 3 days, and ton of Rov. E. Kincaid, late Missionary lo India. MrThe Conferees ot this Congressional _dtstricl mat at Ind...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

The Tariff Bill Passed. The Harrisburg papers of Wednesday last, both the " Argus'* and " Union," state that McKay's Tariff bill passed the Senate on the 28lh inst. by a vote of 28 to 27. We may now expoct to hear some yonng thundor out hero among the mountains !—Look out for small potatoes—few and far between;—and all such calamities as the effect of the new Tariff. JOHN BLANCHARD STILL UPON THE TARIFF. Mr. BlanciurD has at lonth decided upon having his speech printed!—a copy of which ho has politel sont us. This samo speech, with alterations to suit tho timos and places, has been spoken by Mr. Blanchard perhaps _sorao hundreds of timos, and now, as a manor of course, alter undergoing so many revisions, it is a pretty good speech _^ Bui wo like John as an opponent, although ho iB as eevero and scathing in hiB remarks as a man can bo, for he is opposed to "stealing our good name," and using it as a cloak tor federalism, Mr. B. deserves credit for Ihe mannor in which he ro_« ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

The Late Treaty. By tho conduct of the President, as ehown by his message to Ihe Seriate communicating tbo Treaty and eorrespondonco relating to tho _sotllement of Ihe Oregon question,' which wo give entire, the public will bo _snblod lojadgo whether Mr. Polk deserves woll or ill for iho pari he took in Ihe final settlement of that quoslion. Fur our part, wo rejoice lo find by lhal message that his opinions bad undergone no change either es to tho justness or -extent of our claims. The Senate, having taken Ihe negotiation out of his hands, in ofleel; or having intimated by their amondmonl lo ihe "Notice" Resolution that Ihs President's demands wero ex* travogant, and lhal a much smaller slice of Oregon would bo satisfactory to ibis country, tho Presid ent, in order to maintain his dignity as a man and eh officer, could do nothing more nor lest than ho did do,—ash their advice whon another proposition was made, This he done—at tho same lime telling them that il did not meet bis...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

The _jbatcst News. ; A friend has handed us a copy of the Philadel_ phia Ledger of ihe29ih. from which we extract Iho following interesting items ol nows i The Ledger confirms tho rumored final passage of iho now Tariff bill in the Sonate. Tho nows from tho Rio Grnndo is ono day later than that given in another column. Capt. Walker bod returned from his expedition lo Montorey, reporting that Iho army will not he likoly to moot with any opposition until thoy reach thai placo—Which is defended by but fow soldiers—though reinforcements nnder Paredcs wcro said to bo ap-« proaching. Monterey is said lo bo _oae of Ihe strongest fortified towns in Mexico. News from Vor* Cruz to tho 12lh has boon rocaived. A skirmish had taken placo between tho boats of tho Stoamcr Princolon, who were engaged in procuring fresh water for tho use of Iho squadron, and tbo Moxirans on shore in which 18 Mexicans and ono American, named Perry, ore roporiod to havo boon killed. Tho Moxicans were driven oft"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

HIGHLY IMPORTANT! THE TARIFF LOWERED, ¦ _f AND Peace Promoted! LE ONARD & MOORE have just received at their old stand in the borough of Cleai field, a general assortment of' fresh SUMMER GOODS, consisting of every variety in the line of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. HARD WARE,Sfc, and embracing generally,the best articles in tho _market. The public are invited to call and examine, buth as to prico and quality ; and _, all of which they will dispose of on fair term lor Cash or Produce. Jul 25.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

NEW AND CHEAP GOODS rg 'tHK subscribers have just received M and opened a hew and very general assortment uf GOODS, at their old stand, which they will sell cheaper than the same quality ul goods have ever been sold in tho county. Their stock consists of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, DOOTS $ SHOES, BONNETS. HATS _ty CAPS. DRUGS, d-c. <yc. <Je. All persons that have yet examined our stock, pronounce them the cheapest and best ever offered in the county,—and what " every body says must be true." We will sell good sugar for 10 cents, best Rio coffee _liij, cash—muslins from 8 to 12j cents, calico'9' from G._J upward. Molasses at G2J per gallon—and every thing else at the same low rate, Any person wishing to buy .goods lor cash will find it to their advantage to give us a cull. KRATZER & BARRETTS'. Clearfield July aO, 1840,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

Randall & Weston, RESPECTFULLY inform the public that thev _ars prepared (o construct GRIST-MILLS, to bo driven by Wafer or c7/«am-CLOVER-MILLS, PLASTER-MILLS. FULLING and SAWMILLS, FURNACES, FORGES and [ROLLING MILLS, _Patont Bellows, of Daughters _$¦ (frights' plan, or the Ca$t Iron Cylinder. They respectfully solicit a share uf public patronage, Mr. Weston is agent for Derkey_'_s Pal" ent Cast Iron _Wattr Wheel—considered the best now in use. ftT'Letters may be _addressed lo Clearfiield Bridge post office, or to _Philipsburg. They will be promptly attended to i and work done at the shortest notico. July 20, 1846,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

Orphans ' Court Sale. IN pursuance ol an order issued out of •.he Orphans' Court of Elk county, will be exposed to public sale at the court house in the town of Ridgeway_, on the third Monday of September next, at 2 o'- clock P. M., a tract of unimproved Land situate in Ridgeway township, Elk county, known as No, 3776, warranted in the name of John Nicholson, and containing 1073 acres, late the estate of Rev. David Lewis, dee'd. _Tbrms :—One half in hand, and the balance in a year from date, secured by band and mortgage. SAMUEL MARSHALL, J. W. JOHNSTON. Adm_'_rs ' July 29, 184.0.— pd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

FARMERS—BEAT THIS. Mr. Geohob Goes, of Boggs township, last fall, purchased one bushel of a certain kind of wheat, (ha has forgotten the name of it) which ho sowed on & half acre and three rods of groond. This harvest he has gathered 21 £ bushels aa the yield of the bushel, which he pronounces tho best in the county. Mr. Goes is about leaving the county, and is lo sell his personal properly at publio vendue, on the 22d instant, when our farmers will havo so oppoitunity to pnrchasa this wheat.

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

_m_03©_iOT_^_UiiJltfu riTIHEeo |>artner..liip heretofore _existing JL betweeu Jou-ph nnd Jatiu-s _McMor ray, of Burnside township, in the mercantile business, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The books will be left in the hands ol James _McMurray for settlement—who will alto carry on the business as formerly. JOSEPH _McMURRAY, JAMESMcMURRAY. lrvin'_s Mills, Burnside > , . tp., Juno _26:b, 1840. ' $ pd_« .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

Jo those whom it may Concern! Take Particular _Notice: TUB subscriber requests those indebt. ed to hi in to come forward and settle their accounts, as he is in went of, money to meet Ins _engagements. ' F.P, HURXTHAL. ' May 28, 1846. '¦;•; _* _':¦;¦ • _. ¦> ,. ¦¦ _; ¦ , :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

B_^l JLtJL-JJU _- . [_ ¦ -J—__U__U ' XSetridxtstf.'c asdhntr.-; C,I>.E A R FI ELD, Pa. Acq. 1. !846. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM B.FOSTER, jr. of Bradford county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

NOTICE Tho voters of Cloarfiold county friondly lo tho Tariff of 1849. are requested to mt)ol ulytho Court houso in tho borough orCloarfiold, on iho ovoning of Saturdny tho 1st of August noxl, for the purpose of appointing two dolegatcs to represent Clearfiold county in tho Whig Congressional Conforco Mooting of thin district, to _ossomblo at tho borough of Indiana on tho — day of AugUBt. July 25.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

TINWARE A general assortment of Tinware will be constantly kept on hand, of the best quality, wellmade. KRATZBR & BARRETTS, July 29.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democratic Banner — 1 August 1846

; V_*_JXWh .iai2.ia_0_ttU<8>Sta MESSRS. EDITORS—Please announce Col. JOHN STITES. of Bo_^_gg townifthip, _ns a candidate for the office of SHERIFF, at the ensuing electionsubject to the action of tho democratic Party; Many _Voteus.

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