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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 February 1845

mm "Salls rttfui.1, surer;; lh isro. A. J. FIClXS,-rbUher. :;-.-EaWLING-iUKEN, PIKE COUNTY, M, SATURDAY, FEim.U,!tY 1,.l84r,: II Volume 1. Nninlier 1. 1 i V lb S. f 1 i ii ! V 1 f i XT dnesday, January 29 TO THE FlCI-tl". Having purchased the "Radical" office, ihn subscribers have commenced the publication of a paper i Bjow ling- Green, under the name of the Dlmo- .nine IUssir. It will be thoroughly .Irmocratic. and we hone o render it acceptable to the entire democracy f LriYifMii - ill oN !,. ! .-....... already made iif-.uitr "tinks. : Ir . ' -:v. : : iv , -, ' . nj union, ttror,TiYrriTiAr;;1.n nnit tii.i u n v iii:ui " win l t vmi- ''ftia'Hto tlie.encThV;-: .Let us calmly sur- j prouud'-an bWready for the j -t'fefrr ao-rtSntiperioa -ii at 5 1 -.-j,-,1 l ' handi e Wi'rational and I ' ' m. inv T. Sim&b the comW . aduitfrtMrati.i'n arcto e agitated, not on-1 IviiTl the creat questions wliich have cver xliidcd the democratic and the whig parties; bul.plhrrs which we be liee vila...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 February 1845

THE BA!VXE;B.- BonlinE-Green, ...FeD. I, IS5. W. flie oqr Banner lo lbs Lrerxe ' ' """"""vc T"eu . " uvg""- . ' Withdtit misgivings as to (he result - e "nmcnt fur the Oregon Terri- our enterprise, we unloow our" cables r"'' 8nd i,,!,er Prpes. The fol- Wom4nrit ourselves to .the'rtmv! 1?'-Ine " the bo,lndjry he Prosed . ocean xf politics. To suppose for a Terri,.r-V- AI1 Uie country Jyin- west moment that w'e Should be exempted. of,ho Mis" ver. south of the 49th from that universal Uw which c'xnoses ??rt f ,lorlh.'"lAl'dN and east of the all to teats and rlifUmllu avnU f , l.eight " of folly. YVe do not expect to msB forever upon an unruffled sea. We V,.,,.. .., . . l i that the "wind and the lirlra" u-nr.M fr. i , ' ,,. iir , -'tains, and the country between th'.m ever.be with us. e -shall encounter. -, , : , , the mgry billow of political calumny j Md lI,a: lBc. .c-ean ,0,-,,i "l 6i de" .ndvilupcrati.,:. Of the.e things Js'- latitude, . i .-. . , -, ' , ' and north of the. 42d jpn...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 February 1845

3 " .. - .1 I . r ..t, ciw. I 3rj-YVe continue in mis nuujuor ui J i .A the soeech- of this our paper, the essay commenced with We have read the speecn fi J. , ..t?ari;,,ni, We i ka llnnsflOl ivruiv uieiaai uuiuuci ..... . - ntm nicmDcr m j we are cot ni an B has acquired. It is ow . . - ud author that we differ with i... ..ni mir einnuctii pi - . . . , . .t t;,eaJi"i - ,,,, 'him upon several points mooiea in me aerTtJtives upon the Annexation, arid publis.h it because we believe-that it u ill - " i.t all surprise d ct ihe ."" v. interestimrto many of our Te'adcrs, pression he produced, and he rep"- ! 8llhcugh ; we m'ust be allowed to say to .l.innhebas acqimed. It w one cf.,aii ....W that we differ with as. self-evident, and to enlarge in il'us-. tration, wojld be an net of superero gation. Tne evils .tat ion eL ihpr suMert. His introductory 0SSay.-Ed. Banner. .(For the Banner.) An rsay. "Comforte in Heaven, and-we are on the earth, where nothing live but Crosse, greit (Hid care." ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 February 1845

Romance of Real Life. The Baltimore papers state that the Governor cf Maryland had gran ted a frse pardon to James L. Hawk ins, whoa cashier of the "Franklin li.mk of Baltimore, embezzled a large r- I years since. The annoum-emem of t ibis pardon uromifti the Hultimore I uoru-yponJeol of the li.-fton Atlas to r'alate the foll.twiug. Ye know not how it may affect oih'er,"but this simple unadorned tiarralive of wor man' integrity and love; and that nice sense d honor wJiivh could hide a stain only by the deep covering of the grave hr.s touclied our feelings core than the most .highly wrought luniance: His defalcations were large, and run thruugh a long series ol years. They were concealed by many inge nious devices, and were only discov ered by nccident. during a tempora ry absence of Hawkins from ihe Bank. On the discovery of the de falcation, Hawkins immediately gave up all iii property of every kind, and his wile a noble woman, without so licitation, and even against sojne re monst...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 February 1845

M "Sites rerun, suei-rM lex isto." .1. J. ritKFS, I'u&IMier r.OWLING-GRECN, TIKE COUNTY', MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY C, JfiiS. rYnealier 2. Wednesday, February, S, iS." ' ANNEXATION This subject from the labt dates still continues to a-jilalo both houses of Con- press; when it will be finally acted upon we know not. A thousand t urners have reached us from the Capitol auto whdt will be the action of Congress up- cn this all ubfcrhimj subject. From all that we can learn, we fear ...... ,.,,r . , f ill., muhiulicitv or t l.tik 111 X.WWit - bills presented ia varwu lorins, none , wiil be adopted. Speech making has ; superceded action, snd we fear thr.t the ! "(ji-ldtu Moment" will be loot. We do not muLe this statement publ: blie with-' ,ut seine ground to go upon. France . and Englawl hive both been tiealing with Texaa f .t some lenptli of time, J froTi M'ii:e cause (and we cutsnot sepa- . rate t!;e idea if Enclibh influence from the diichuge i f Gtu. Dull Green, in i-ur own aiiiuli'...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 February 1845

THE 11 A ft ftvfc It '.1 p.MVlintGrea, ...Feb. 8, ISM, OCB OBJECT. As some roay.not understand, und a ether n;ay " kiiovt itig!j uWrcprcser.t ihe .bjcct whit'u we had in x icw, in the e- tablishment tithe yllanner,'' we beg leave to stale explicitly, and w ithout jqunocation, our objoet. O.ir design was noi altogether selfish; we looked not aki.a to personal aggrandizement, when we Jbr'med the project of conducting the press. Perhaps we were not entirely Tree from that feeling ot self, to coni. won to our race but other and nobler objects, we hope actuated us. We say j ,he tl,'"DS n'l'ions were looked upon at the party with whom it is our p:c to he vassaIs aml serfs of the great hind-co-operate.stnigglinR mnnfullj 8inst 0 ! 1rds' this doctrie '8ht ha, e becn stronger foe we saw its energies weak- j FPulr-but this age. hen ,hose ned and impaired by vt'riie and intes-! oId anJ hIavUh notion" which mankin1 Une warfarc-wc sa U,e Very temple ! imb'be1 n 1,18 dark Se. ,,l,ve been dis of D...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 February 1845

Com niiiii icn lions. rfortuenerj - . . - r, -. I m Lpitoks: i was no iuiic - .... i liiidiiitr in the "Platte Argus," ,: w , . of 'the Hth of Jauuary, an editorial of ,0me length condemning me proposition to elect the Juilgei, ol me uruuu wiu";reciy bv by the people and the proceedings 'iurgCd'by ' Democratic meeting of l'latfe Couiity, . ,Iln.ulSeJ taking the same view of the subject. - - - The editor writes, (and the resolutions i.eem to be but the echo of his views) as though the proposition was altogether new in this Mate, ar.d iinliearu oi ciso-- where. In this he is sadly mistaken. 1 Once before, in the histojy of Missouri this subject lias been ajjiiaieu ami win ven f.pu Bn ull(ieniulIe Vemocrnixc po proposition to amend the onslitulioii, Pjmply from the fact, " that their in this mrliciilar was defeated in IS 4, ' i;.:,,ni nnnnnents. from motives uf CX- . . . . : 1 1 .l - : , t . .1.- ..aa .ifllip npnnlpsi . .... f . i alone oy me imiuimni" rl-- ,ltncy alone, agree wuu uicm...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 February 1845

The Parting Look. Wa parted cold and worldly eye Upon t hit parting fell, Ae brTly we kept back onr sighs, A r.d calmly said "Fcrewc!!." there are looks e learned af Lsri, T'lit none but love can rmd; '', '..Lo the flash frsm cloud to clou J, V: .in heart to henrt they epoed. Ci."ai, as ne'er it h-d brtalhed a vow, "i nf rich voice fullered net; Serer.e as the hiuvrn thy princely brow, As lore were all forget! Yet, in one eoer glance, tby soul. On wings of light to mine. In wild and putsionalc terrtiw, stole, And whiskered wordb divine! llsaien blessing ou that reyal heart, Ttit Cut can laru!i fuelling! 'Twas almost sweet, tbo' pain lu part. Oar silent leve rerealling. (For the Baauor.) An Ksaay CCKTINUKP. "Cmfarts iu Heaven, end w are on the earth, where nothing liTta but crssses. greit and care." buAntvui. How often since I have been em ployed in ih'a work ha. tii hour neen midnight; "darkness and soli tude holding their err.pire," not a sjund to be heard but the '-watch dojfs voi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 February 1845

TOD niOK Si MURRAY, Editors. " Site fOFCn, sdjbiha. -ro. A. J. PICKET'S, Publiaher. BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1845. Number 3. Volume 1. i iv :? I.' I?. I "J m " I Wednesday, February, 12, 1S45. r.-TiT .r-r-. 23- It is singular to observe -the change which has come over the minds of our opponents in regard to the con- ( struction of the constitution. We tale as an example the Texas bill, which has lately passed the lower house. We dis- cover thatall wbooppos.it in Congress, and the whole whig editorial corps throughout the country,base their oppo- fiition to it upon constitutional ground. We are glad to see that they as a party, begin to understand that there is sach a thing as a constitution, and that it has certain definite boundaries beyond - which no one can safely pass. W hen- ever the subject oi anncxauon ' " ; ... j ' I tioned, theyieti us iiui right to annex her to this government For a moment, let us contrast the pres ent position of the whig pa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 February 1845

. THE IS A IV IV UK. Eowliag-Green, Feb. 15, IS45. 1 """XTTit T- --- - I Zji " c utreci iuc aucmion ol wiose Interested, to the orders of our County ' - vi. i, it jr.. nil iu II. c UlIIC IUI1US. .. ....j .. ta,,l!H1,B1M1,OTMI1 1l Lui.rtto ipjly tlic .interest of the'f roadandrana. r.ind.ampuntmg now to : k,J0n one t,,rill palriolism mcn wIl0 aie71 desirml8 0 becoming a ciii?en, shall i I. That all public roods and bout I300, to the improvement of the, wo,u havc sworn iB their wrath, Out declare his intention on oath, in a court j highway in the cuunt.es of Lincoln, f.n thorough fares nf the cow.ty, dur-iuueen the North and the South there " ..f record; said declaration ... be accom-! 1n,ul Montjj..,nery shall be estab iglheeui.KMimmcr, in pursuance ' ho, j ever exkt illiln:L.aI fceiinOT. r,,tl!,,.,iv a written statement on oth.i '."l,ei, ",e"e,J .a.nd "." !,era- f the prousiens of the Road Law ic-h will be found in our columns this week. To effect this purpose, those owing interest ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 February 1845

I 4 2 ComillUllICatlOIlS. fFor the FJanner.J . i MV Mi,o: I concur with you in .v, iliatourcode of laws mayi.;,.p I. it not evident that thov ure . . -...I u,u ..f a'j UT: J . law so revolting to justice and humanity, , i . . . ".!. as to immure an nonot ana innocti.i . i . man within the walls of a dungeon a- mong felons and criminals, simply bc cause he is unable to tcharge the ceuts u hich he mav have contracted."' iii.i T t ilo'ni pniirlv .lifTerent v iew of the design and practical operation of! .t c- hi kai rm tmi nr.- Mr. Gamble s bill, Irom what jou ap pear to entertain. If I am not homii - formed, he is endeavoring to re-establish the same legal provisions for the eollec - tion of debts which formerly existed in this Slate. That law, I conceive to have been the j must lenient to the hotust debtor, that it j is possible for a Lcgulature to enntt, consistent with the denianu of justice t while it made provision tor iho punish ment of the knave, who with abundant means to pay,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 February 1845

THE WELCOME BACK. Sweet ie the hour that brings mom; Where all will spring to meet tie; Where hands are striving ae we corns. To bo the It rat to greet ne. Wbea the world bath spent He frowns and wrath, And care baen sorely pressing, T;a ewect to turn from oar roving path. And And a fireside blessing. Oh, joyfully dear is the boBiewasd track. If we ere tut sure of a weWome bask. What do we wreck on a dreary way. Though toneiy and benighted. If we know there are lips to chide onrstay, A r.d eyes thst will beans loe. lighted? What is the worth ef your diamond ray. To the glanee that flashes p'essore. When the w.irdi that welcome hack retray, We from a heart's chief treasure? Oh, joyfully dear is oar bemswsrd track. If we are but sore of a welcome back. On Day and a Half in Ie Life of a Tobacco Chewt-r. Saturday, 'July ?1 1843. Took my hat (or a walk; wife as wives ire opt to began to load me with messages, upon seeing me ready to go out. Asked me to coll at Cousin jT, and borrow for h...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 February 1845

ibammme UlOK A; niRRAY, Editors. " SALCS rOPVLI, SCl'REdA LEX ESTO. A. J. PICKETS, Publisher HOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 18-15. IVuniber 4. TolllKlC 1. TS3 K E'i K r Wednesday, Februaryt 9 1 15-. own land? Shall an individual becauso . -. i ----- - - " it has been his misfortune to have been NATURALIZATION LAW. jboln Jn lU old worIdj forever groan There is no subject of a political char- ; beaf tie ayins shackles of slavery? nct ir now agitating the public roiud, of jjo, sav Qt jnem come toourcoun morc importance than the attempt bo to we wilj protcct them, they may pay alter the naturalization law, as to re- quire a residence of twenty-ona years, before one Dccomes a T. i i.i tit or This clearly anonnts to vir.ua. of the whole naturalization law, because a foreigner coming after he has arrived , at a middle age, will not go through all I the forms and ceremonies which the law requires for the remnant of his days ' which in nine cases out of ten, would ; ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 February 1845

N"SW V If K B A ft7 N E iJ. Mexico. From our exchange papers we learn ?ovf line -(a con ....Fet. 2S, IS S-1. ! that Santa Anna after Iftving attacted " "SkEraLi:""" !Puc"a upon ih,e 8;h a?d "th,of Jrr I ... i ;r. .nit, -..h ttmp and the The long agony is at length ever, and ; " ' . , - - v. ,lllfu.red . tilSfc llUtt ' " - ' S has retreated and snrrendcred MHten Brown's bill for the annexation ' of Tc'as, has beyond doubt been lost in the Senate; the committee to whom it wrsi referred, being composed of four whig r.ml i,:.e Jinueri.. report? against it. ! Col. Bent.-.:, has n iil Jrswu his first lii!!and introduced & substitute for ii, i which frr in w'hut we c?.ii utn, v. ill; kl.-trcthe fate cf the oc Just rcted upon. 1 Et;t we L-ivs Cti. Leirton's hill ii: lull: ' men, himself up. The following is the o5- ciai notice of his surrender: Kroai t'iariotia Vera Cruz. inn. 13, t.'e;a; in Chief and Chief! Secretary's Office 1 UEBLA, Jan. H.IS45. ) F.vtidin -No. 15. Innyof Operation. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 February 1845

more lor me!" nn.l indeed, a tear,; but not the r.mc he had or, the eve .r., m,nrishal!e alTeCtipr.s in I King be-fine: and though 3r. 1. had t r..t..i-A pms to ieunce! Tlll.l till MllllH- - - J ' . . , . , i ,1 T-ears witness that the object to which; Mrs. Grimier found several bul.s,uid it vearned is no more forgotten, wwja considerable rjuantity cd powder hut she lias been dead for many, scattered over the floor of the renin rnanv icng weary d-iys, months, (occupied by ,ei:-; also; a canister year than she w as forgotten during! with several pounds in il. When one hour of absence that came hke a ; Mr. Lwi was brought to the house, r.HSing un.l between ua and ihe j he opened his shirt tioeotn, and said Minshinc of her living her loving to Mrs. C..,"lear Madam, look a! mi ilea Slia jular Tale of a iafTncimli ecl IRau. We find in the North Aikanas, new Liaper nublished in HatesViiie, j ArT.., a communication stating souik singular and not generally known j tncts cunceirnnmh;f!iy!.ie...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 February 1845

A MOTHER'S SMILE. IT I B. CairiXTla. Than are elouda that raoaCo'erahada a- Tfcera we f rif that all mutt ksow Tfcare are aorrnwa lhat hava myi Fael tha l! of baman woe: Put tha inputt darhaat fa.-row, Ttoupli it tor tha ha art awhila, Hope', cliacrin f ray mat borrow From a mother's weleoma anile! .Tbera are 3y in youth lhat great With a rar too bright to last T!:ero aro vrra of aga to great na M'faen three fanny daya era put; Jut ihe pit aeeuea hover o'er na. And give back the heart awhila, A'l that memory can rratore ua Ta a mother't weleoma amila! There are acenea and nanny placee On whibb aoam'ry loves to dwell Thore are many happy face Who have known and loved of well, Pat 'mid joy or mid dejection' There ie nothing een beguile. That can ehow the fond affection Of a mother'a welcome eniile! 31 i s ec 1 1 a n e o n s. THE CITY BELLE, Or Six yiontht in tht Country, Br Kits. LTPU J. PIEHSOM. Mv sweet Louisa. the doctor hr informed vour Pa that he can pre- scribe nothing f.irthor ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 March 1845

J y7 IX -JL- I'l- UDEMIHg O "RD mm xm: TllVOli & Kl'RRAY, Editors. " Salci tor acrsEUA uxx ui. A , J. PICKETS, Publisher. , Volume 1. BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNT', MO., SATURDAY, MARCII 1, 1045. IVtiiiilier 5. : i ft. - P ft ? s a; Wednesday, Febriiarj 26, IS 15. Texas, Disunion, end (lie Whig party or the Xorlli. The great Massachusetts Convention, called by the GoJIike Danid and other m?ster spirits of the whig party in that State, convened at Fanieul Hall, on the 29th January. The meeting was called ble to danger. Yes, though an ex-President of the United States- declared upon the floor of Congress, that he came to that Hall for the sole purpose of de stroying the very compact which gave being to tha Union. You heard too the note of the old croaker, declaring that if Texas were admitted into this Union, it would be ipso facto a . dissolution of the Union. You read his -letter backed to order by the Hon. S. C. Williams. her noTlhem men,be" olur Par' C.F. Adams', the son of John ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 March 1845

-V !- ID or J CTrling-crem arch,l, ISl&V.; - -----riT-iff-syuM : --------- -- tlSTKlCTlNG. ive are pleased to ec, that a bill has Tl both branches of the Legisla- ture, districting the State, for the elec-'Bank it wan settled down fct Lexing tion of members of Congress. When ton, by. a large vote. the question w first mooted, we were amot,K the warmestadvocates of the . 4 flibirict system, ? - : becaasewe neueve n , intrinsically right; and through the whole s-ti uggle, we have never for a mo-, Mr. Boli ou introduced a bill chang tnent doubled cither the propriety or ; jng tlie locatiun of the Branch Hank the success of the measure. j from Springfield to Warsaw. No defin- With the people the district system jie action was had u pun it. has always found favor; and the peliti-j M. STRiscrrn-uw introduced "a cians finding that they could not turn bill concerning aliens" alluu ing citi the current of popular opinion, have at zens of foreign governments to innerit length concluded to...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 March 1845

,1 1 I t i From Ac St. Lows bazait. Avery Sentimental Essay Vpona very sentimental topic, by a j 1 .1 so wry sentimental senameniausis. y heart h broken not estranged." 1 'How many bright eyes grow dim,' :IVS a beautiful writer',., 'haw -many aoit cheeks prow pale how many l.ivelv forms tade away into the tomb, and none can tell the cause that blighted their liveliness! A the .jore will clasp its wings to its sides, and cover and conceal he arrow that in preying on its vitals- so it is. the n mre of woman to hide from the -world the .-.pangs of wounded affec tion. The love of a delicate l-male shv and sdent. Even when lortunate, she scarcely breathes it to herself; but when otherwise, she lunies it in the rc.ress- s of her b there lets it cower and hr.Md anions the ruins of her peace With her the desire of the hen t has failed. The great! charm ofexst ence is at sin end. S:ie neglects al the. clieerful exercises which "hidden tiie spirits, quicken the pulse, and send the tide 1 lile...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 March 1845

V The Printer's Epitaph. Here lici his form in pi, Banath this lank with triaraorergrowD; Hoot many eattg, far un worthier lis ' 'Neath tome imputing atontt No tolumn pamlt our lou . No aeulptHred.ra; hit hiatory declare; Although he lived a follower of the eron, A member of the bar. in The golden rule he prized. And loft it a a foien of hi lore: A ad all hia deedt torrtrttd and rttittd, Ara registered above. IV Therapy of hit wrong! The proof of hii pi oty are there; And tbe fair title which to truth belong,, Will prnt liia iilir fair, 'v Thoagb now in death'a em trace A muuidnimg heap our luckiest brother He'll re appear on Qabriefi royal elate. And frisk-it to the akiea. I .... ' each others, head, was favorite one.nott liniscff penned in nn attempt wnn iiiKe; nimseii and hoy generally t cross the Missouri river in the winding up a hrrd frolic with Ihis Itkiff. savage, but deeply meaning proof f . ' 03rU the three candidates, now seeking to be Caliph of'Americn, two are men ol re...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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