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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 August 1845

MARRIED, Ad:niiiisinitars Notice. In EulTslo township, ontlie 24th inst., .-TorirF -a hrrehy ,..,, ,,, UI.l!,.r Lv Rev. Mr. Rallston, Mr- Conrod ; ,.., ,MS ,,UlU,;,, , ... n..-rk ,.f th.- Smith, lo Miss Isabella Carroll, all ol County Court cf Pike ca tins county. o mitv. letters of --M- ministration n the et.ite of i homns mi ninrliain. rlci-M lioariiis iJ '.to a:h July I Si l a, All ..ursaicr iraiahntil lo snal estate, art' re quested lo lii.ik" iiiiiin ilrito payment. .1-1 j-ersons liavin c!:tii-is nfri.in-t sa : tl estate, n:e FFICE one Joor south cf Post-, ca,',.(li !t., v,'r ,i,t(, ol- s:,;il letters or they m iv In- .ricl.it!e.i f'ro-n liavinu' any lirnpfit of s .:.! f i n ' .-; a nil if not 3r !i t' tl t within three veur:, th -v v. iil l-e forever 1 meil, Dr. Vm- S3 Waters Bowling-Green, 3Io STATE OF MISSOURI, , ss County of Lincoln. $ In Lincoln Circuit Court, May Tern;, Amonfj tJu' records and proceedings' of sab: Court made :t tile third !:iy of sai.l Term, is the follow...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 August 1845

u Fit j t X, I m i uie voters or trict composing ihe Couniics of Kails and Pike: IT.LL0W.CIT1ZFNS The freemen having expressed their .h-termination inn.l, lii.tj our St. to Ctiri.-ti utioji; tl,e our citizen 5 to eliect ll.is obiec';, 'A ill lanec vi u;e las lo necnnrdeJ to representative Iiatuls m Unit uo,ly Hie a isr Jom, experience and firmness required for Iran h " an in-i ruiiei.t under which we, and oar posterity may live, demand that the iit.-nisl tautimi sltoitM In- exertised in tlie selection of parents to raition of our existing constitution, has an election occurred which will involve interests more important to the futitre prosperity of our State. The political destiny, atid future well-being of our citizens may he in a great measure depend- aiit upuntlic ac'ion o! that Convention, and the same danger which have beset j y ; .s' () (' '' .;; y oilier governments from an unwisely framed government may beset us. The on-j 1 (TF2 tV II"S!"'I'I lv guarat.tce against these evil...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1845

EM Hinoi: & Ifll'KIMY, i:!i(ois. ''It' thou hast truth to utter, Speak! and leave the r-rsi !o liuJ." G ALL A HER A. J. VltlittS, Publisher. VcIlSiSIC 1. LOWLING-GKEEN, TIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 15. 3iunifcer 27. THE BANNER. (Kr Below will be found a docrip- -' .--..--.tr;.-- jtion ot the awful conflagration in fcrCof. Hater, the Ufe AnJUor.- York cit,. It ,l:,s no . since the disastrous fire of 1835: Gen. Monroe lias addressed :i Ion If t tor to the Editor ol the Jefferson j Inquirer, in reference to the Books j of the Auditors office. Mirny errors! r.re !.l!edged to exist, and one single ! item alone in relation to the State j University is said to he erroneous. ! which will m ike a difference of ! S 34:0,00. j REMEMBER TIIE WO HPS 1 The Great Fire in Xcw York. bnmvise Destruction of I'n.pertu Apprshrmhd Jj,.ss nf Life Tit- .-it w . . J true i.spl stitnAnnlhir "Vast burnt )ixlrid"--Ti they were tumbling to their base. The workmen in the composing room in the fi'ih ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1845

3 I if; 11 if -wrr i 11 ATlTiIJAY. AHi. !Uh.. K'tj. j::.!:. t:'jx lkituss. I i.i' I'd:: .- ii.i'y i ii came nil' Mu!y h,-t wi.i, I. iii IIt excitement. 1 (i;- tin- c!i rs cmiip I., the ... .'i . n i t- .i , - i ocineu iisi;tv a:, it i : u-t i . .! . . : . . . i wivujsu 1:0 iniponance as .lUeci.ci: '' Ci!:. t-l!li.i;i and It ac.ioti. Ti.i- r.ilinu is the vote i.liicialiy (-: wiV:!:.:!,.) C-.C-J : - . . -.' !', ':! I.!-") s;i ...... f 1 1 .1 i j,. I 23- Wc call the attention of the Ih'mli- In the lucih section of the twelfth ' tug pvbUcto the follow ing proverbs, and article of the Conitution of the State ' also invite all our Laferiiig frienih to of Missouri, may 1 e found this .clause: - give them a careful reading, so that they "Pail iJutll not Ie rcssive.' This is ! remember them when honoring us with : i:,e ii. cur win.!'. ;V. ri-tiH r.:!ii al feat ure in; i'm-ir preience; otherwise we s.iull be I' ;r..:vermnc:it. Daily : compelled to look cross-tirj it them: ,!'iccn .'--llii:,: ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1845

A LIsT OF LETTERS , KCiaiUMtiff 111 U!('l,llUi;iaM,. iii'j, ir f.n tlio lt Julv. which if not ta- ' i ......... :.. ,l.... ... i, !:! be rent to ' t'.c General Pot Office as !ea-l letters: Viexander Jam-. Arthur J I), liar- ; 1).;,.. c h. nr ?;wi Cttle Siicrmon. Duncan C Fx. 1 ..us t ,. r ri.K-ii.i. Gammon 1 nomas. inf ; Or i ;--v " - , Griflin L L. (ial'.awry Saml. Gilmore .. . , it....... i i 1- llT KOM.TS. iiumiui vi.. .,.re Faah, LojJ.ll Itiram. lvaiut lten- A u-KeeS: Arthur. Martin Louis (i. :. ,. v , ,,A MV.n Th,:.-. Morri-n Dort. I'mner:--!. .... v. IM.i,, Mi;; Mary, IVc Gen'i K J. Uoper;)"'"; 1; ..-i U-itiiam. U.-ake Johannes, Stom-breaker ! it. AN i -i.'I;t ).'. Itx'r. ni.l St-m-r A L, Shadbuni IWti .T'-'-- Cn:':. I ft 5 .221 . Ti...s. S,u-;.d i!e:Ii:nan. Sinnatt David,; " ,::i. T.,,.h. Se!,v Ohadid:. Skinner! ,. in w ' . . T i . : i I I I...S. l-neiid le:i:Hl;in, Si.ina.t l.J, Smith Joe,.h. Selhy Ohadi ih. Skinner ri,;rlt:s " Thrn.hill' Lnrucl. Tln-mKon lam- S. Trail J.:me...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1845

r i ! J- i:y Morning n, by . rXKENS. Terms o Ir n .tr r.t ... tlte Manner, v. in advance. $2 00. if n.it in advance but hirir.2 the year. $2 50, if after the expiration of the year, 3 00. For a club of Six tibscri- hers, in ahf.r.ee, 10. Fur Ten sub- scribrrs, in advance, 15 00. JJ-All letters to the Editors, by mail, mutt be post taid. Rates of Atli criisinz. Hr For una e,;uare of fifteen lir.ei or under, one insertion, 75 cent, for ach tubsequent insertion, 38 cents. 33f" A liberal deduction to those ad- verusui!i dv mevear jra. Uvmi;,....i. ...i . t .:.. 4VA mm..,.. ..f : : r j ...:n d" continued mini ot;:ervise oraerca. Rrgulaf Serxi-UerUy Facbt.' for Hannil'il. Quiuy, IVarsaw tiii J he-1 vie. : P t"PW faFt runnioc LA CLED.E. U leave i't I.fei-. on Tiir-'uvs & Txi d re, at 4 o'clork, p . Ketiimine, wili Ifnvc Io'li( fj'ei'iif stl.ivj ruiI Saturdays t 5 o'ci.n!:, r ; W?.r-aiv r.t! Ainnnd-jn atti Tully fit ; .,:) r.M-.an.-fi at 0 o'clock r m fame d.i v. i,:,i y ,. Ttnir'iiii a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1845

J,J Ufa tilVOK & MURRAY, Editors. 'If Ihou htot tiuth to utter, Speak! and leave the rest to God." Gall ah en. A. J. riCKEAS, ruSiIishes- Volume 1. 10WL1NG-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, AUGUST ,16 1845. 1 umber 2S. THE BANNER. J mined on Monday by public officers. wmcn we trust will also receive proper notice. Indeed, it will be difficult for the offenders to justily themselves with their own li'iends. THE TEXAS CONVENTION. It will be recollected that Presi dent Jones of Texas, issued his proc. fur thaxe who spoke dispassionately iamation for the meeting of a Con- un ,1,p subject at the ti e, concurred vention in Texas, to adopt or reject wrh u ,n opinion. T" or,i' sl,,c . . c , a way ol preventing similar outrages the joint resolution of theAmet.ean ,,ei.eaItc- is . ' ,. lose Congress for the annexation of that have committed them. The exam government to ours. In pursuance pie thus s( t will he an important one. of that cull, the delegates assembled ' A!1 are interested in...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1845

r J I: SI y iV ir ill y. 'ihdV IS W P I ' -t A ' IfOMliHT-GlVt-i. U,-'- ' .. . ' - CONVENTION. In Hip lWriVt ,.r i;.w, ,..! a ,..?...: o ... , Moneat nickiivan. (Wings) elected. - Warren and Franklin, Wells and Jones, Democrat,. St. C'harle, and Lincoln! Cealler, Whig, and Hevett, Dem. Ma- Tio:i, .7nderson and (.'entry Wliii HotJard! Jackson and Apn!eate Dem. Pnnner T'rnnlin ,n.i Ti , r Saline, Shields and MarmaduW. Dem. Cole, Morrow und Welh, Dem. Kin. doli.h. Kinrl.Mn tt i n , elected. r,r(W,... wn rS.,iJ KENTUCKY ELECTIONS. From the 1 1 mii's u t Ipiirn that Thomasson. has eertair'v beaten Nuttell. inthe Louisville district. Davis has beatcn Tom Mawhall in the Fayette district. In the Bardstown district.; tone is elected, the contest between has been deposited in the Bank uf Mo. ,or ,vro' 10 '7 'J""'o "' "tl"'-"g-Tibhetts and Cains in the Maysvilledis- i subject to draft, i ':',v'-" that "Lapsus LazuT' has ncv- trict is very close. In the 6th Con-j Jerseen "Orion" has -een and 1 ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1845

i the town of Frandfonl, Pike County, Mu.,t very handsome ( family residence, framo building. bugs. two rooms s and n kilclion, a lariro earden well cticinfeJ a gooa uo,ia..i.a. i i a . - . : . I ..i. ..i. r... I in mod cultivation. Cm-f ,u ..,, his f'li lvine and counters in i!, and is iv. II ratc!il.-Hl "..r elln.s Dry Goods. ! Jr.cerio. t acre aru -.wo .'...- s of the cum men s.: s.ite ol town lom a:so a no. . i.-.iTin" c!l of water, pr.ee will be lo-.v . and terms accommodating. w j..:, u , I'm one single lot of ground adjoining tlie " . ... ... . j l.i . ....1 . ..two s anove. who a g-iuu i,' ivun., u,..i.,.M-t. .Uvi'Iliii"-. s-lahie. corn-crih, and a cood " iri'.en. i n . .. .1.: . l. ...hint. ilirre is liiso a pinim io.no .m mis mi would answer well to nell Groceries in Price s.n.iirui as abive. Kor further particular rn!I on the subscriber in Frank ford. l ike eo. Mo JOil.V L.lll.Y. Frandford Mo., A.ig. 9h. IS 15. 27 tf. List of Letters, 1 F.M AlMMi ii. tin- I'o-t..,:li-c .'...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1845

TKZ DEMOCRATIC BANKtfr Is Published every Saturday Morning at Bowling-Green, toy S. F. Ml" HR AY & A. J. riCKENS. Terms o the limine r. Fcr a single copy, in advance, $2 00, if not in advance but during the year, $2 50, if after the expiration of the year, $3 00. Fcr a club of Six subscri bers, in advance, $10. For Ten sub scribers, in advance, $15 00. 2j-A11 letters to the Editors, by mail, must be tost paid. Rates of Advertising. For one square of fifteen lines er under, one insertion, 75 cents, for each subsequent insertion, 3S cents. 23" A liberal deduction to those ad vertising by the year. Advertisements not marked with the number of insertions required, will be continued until otherwise ordered. Regular Semi-Weekly Packet. Fur Hannibal, Quincy, Warsaw and Keokuk. light lira it unit tteamer. fast running LA CLEDE. N, C-i.VE-RON, Master. Will kave St Louis on Tuesdays &. Fri dayf, at 4 o'clock, r tt. Returninc, will leave Keokuk Wednesdays mud .S'dttinlayj at 5 o'clock,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1845

TIl.OK & ML' 15 1 AY, Editor. "If thou hast tiuth to utter, Speak! and leave the rest to God." Gallajii-r. A. J. PICKETS, Siiliahcr. Volume 1, roWIJNG-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 18-15. THE BANNER. WAR WITH MEXICO. I There can be but little doubt that nutters between Mexico and this Government arc assuming a threat ening aspect. It has ever been our opinion, that had Mexico been I t alone, and no foreign influence brought to bear upon her, that such a state of tilings as a declaration of war would never have been thought of; that the relations of amity and peace which have heretofore existed m' 'I' r has sued a rum.-i!er for libel between the two nations would have :'nd attached a sto'ro lull of rum tor been uninterrupted. Hut '.be secret j damages. and underhanded negotiations which C'-v The burnt district in the city have beea going on between thatiof New York, is rapidly filling up nation and France and Rngland com bined with her present blustering and menac...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1845

Till? IS A i IVT I ' ttm i Bow I i is jj-G rem . SATURDAY, AUG. 23d, 1815. 23. 7 Prolracel .Vtci'n, will com- this was intended to accomplish, but to menec on the 26th inst., at the Old Si- destroy the might if the Whig conn loam meeting house, near Ashley. El- ties, we have not teen able to ascertain, ders Johnson, Landram, Hubbard and Hut in this, it has failed most signally; Lapps, are expected to sttend. SICKNESS. During the month of August, nick- not, io an aiarming exiem, nas prevail- eJ throughout the surrounding country. In this immediate vicinity, we have had but little to complain of. In a location like ours, high and dry, and far above the reach of the sickening miasma which rises from the ponds and sloughs of the bottoms, we could not, in reason, ex- pect aught else but health. But from other portions of the country, we hear me most alarming accounts. ..... . . dUnii, A disease wnose mauctiifv and ranimtv is otilv . .,ua t... ..- . : ; muinii, nas wMim mc domicil of the ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1845

elevates a booby or a tyrant to his ( highest sumnit, provided he has more ; gold than others; while a good heart or a wise head i trampled in the dust, , . hnnnens to be poo. P I " ' ' ' THE FARMERS CREED. r holieve in small farms ni.il IT V ... Tl .! I thorough cu iivauoii. i nr ior, - to eat as well as it? owner. & oughts' therefore to he nurtured. We bo-I lieve in large crop-, whicti leaves t,e land better than they found it mak- ins loth the farm end farmer rich ! once. W e believe in qo ng to t!ie ; bottom of tilings and therefore in I deep ploughing, and all the better if with 11 subsoil plough. That the best fet til it v of any soil is the spirit of in dustry, enterprise and intelligence; without thi--, lime and gypsum, bones and green manure, marl or plas'er. will be of little use. We believe in good fences good barns, cood firm houses, cood orchards, (although they will not be productive this year.) We believe ir. aYlean kitchen, a neat wife in i n spinning" piano; a c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1845

if5 a:. i-i r ; (For the Banner.) THINGS 1 CANNOT DO. onnnot bring niy heart to sigh, For one, "I've never seen" not I. I cannot let my bosom burn For her who wcrini not in return; I cannot laud a reuhy lip. On which I am forbid to sip. 1 cannot praise ihe glossy carl, Of an unknown ami "hearsay" girl. Until her smiles, may on me thine, I cannot kneel at beauty's shrine. 'Till I have 6een her "noble brow" My stubborn knee can never bow. I can't consent to be a ' Fay," At midnight hour, my vows to pay, Nor in a "Fairy" band to join, Willi Fiddle Flute and Tamborice, In what is term'd a "Serenade," To any Sleeping ''unknown" maid. For should she waken at the noise, Created by sonic rowdy boys, She'd think the devil was to pay, 'Twixt fairies, elvts and ".Vr. Fay.' And no true lore, of hers was there, To vent his passion on the air; Amidst the rabble in the street. To lay as otFring at her feet. And should she be a girl of "mind" She'd think the frolic was design'd By some Salt rirer d...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 August 1845

YjT) A -7 I : UJN fed Vi- 3 JiJJ-LV If thou hart truth to ulti-r, S:-ak! and lt-a-.e I'm- revt to C.i." (Jallaher. a. 2. vi?uz:t: m::2icr. ni.OB A; Ml -K 15 AY, Editors. j oyj.i.ng-giu:e.n, piki: count v, mo., satukda y, august -jo, ic-is. Volume 1. of oxpMt. The coti.Iiti-m of llit1 mass !' the f'.rmPi"3 wiil doe. hile-s lie 'V.e Spirit of Witr! Our ex- inijrvoi!, in ismm-h as that the n.on T II k r A xne n. cham'e Papers are fillet with news uht:ii.ti-.l may r -si-rvn their crops . , t . . n,i :f nn-1 the others wt'l have s nft;ii.u t' i wvar and rumours ot war. ami tl ., 11 , . , sliI, sIUKrr.ira at low rams, their contents be nn index ot p 'pn-; l.ir fcolin.Mhc "spirit f the count y ; yei Ubi'li." The capture of Santa Fe ; ' ' '. ' '.' ' . 1 '' , 1 . . . l.ate of tae N. 1 . Mirror, is now is now confidently sumien ot, nnt;. . . , . ' " .- ' . fi Lm'ape doa i;:r out in " itroken in; n" nm.e i:io : , ., . , , , ,. iiw.r ti... 5 ,..(,- ,1,,-ll. 1 .two. l. Mu'V.i'iiri riv. ,r ti:i 1...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 August 1845

V. I. r iSK l A K Hi 12 R. . Rfi." iillCT-GrcrSl. SATURDAY', AUG. XFOur worthy fellow-citizen, Jade-e ili Ni, he ariivc.l at home from '.lie Fa--?, with improved health :ui1 spirits, and is prf pared to enter upon the fill tern i f his Court. DEATH and SUICIDE. We art pained to announce the death of one U our most respected citizens. Ist Tuesday week, Jesse Shaw, afler T)i:d.ii;? his will (in the shape of a rc ipies!,) kit home, as we presume, in a Mate of i;icl.t:J alienation. All seareh proved i.uhless until Monday last, when '' his body was A.und ;dmut a mile from his rt sidetice. ten ibly inutilated. From ;, ,-i , . , ,. Ihe j osition m wlneh he was 'omul, lit- ,1, j , , , , , , tledonl.t remains oi his liavius: j.hif ed . ,. , .. . i i ,. ' the nsnzzle ol tne pistol in Jus mfitu . 1 :;nd fired. 1 rodiaii!'', a.s it must h.ie L ne, i:istatit death. No probable eau-e " has as ytt been us?ined for this mysle-; rt-.ciK si'ii hit. lie w as a voum man l the first respectability, surr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 August 1845

The Missouri Justice 1 her has in course ot 8 a l r. o r ?Y virtue ol a decree of the Coiir.- J- publication and will issue irom the press ia the course of the sum mer, the following work, entitled Missouri Justice btinj a compendium cf the law relating to the powers and i.iuics oi ju-' . (.'I'een, expose 10 s- nt irs administrators, Guardians, con- - '. i t,., Uljis, .iuiii"' .. ' reni rnonei-tv . lie cKl STATE OF MISSOURI, ) Sj. County of Lincoln. Iu Liiicola Circuit Court, May Term, ATTOitNIES AT LAW. James O. Prc.idhead Si T- J. 0. Kevi;ccl Statute's fur IS 15. autl Form Book. This work has bfcn ifsucd ut tliiscfucR and u-iwi nf Pike Count.'. ;.t t he 4 -.1.-- ....i v i'S imu!,. twci.,u.i themselves inr.'""-' - - v r!""? r v . ... . ( .vi:ioii uiu ri-i-uiua aiiu prot--e.:iiings ,, . .I,. ..Ml .V pas-Feu iiy n:e iifitjciicral .isifinoiv, ana ui- AlUflisl tern,lsli:ili,ou ::? I si nay 0. .iJ Court made at the third day of ' .,, , t .. . , ! rec,oJ 10 !,c I'-'1'!' ''' t "-.! coJc P...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 August 1845

v Far the Banner. TO THE ABSENT ONE. "If she be gone, the world, in my esteem. Is all bare walls nothing remains in it Pat dubt and feather.." How heavy ban;; the hourf, when far RumovM are those we doat upon! Oh! If w e have a fii'rite star, It oft tiinsa is tfieubstiil one. Wealth may entice and friends cnresfi, Tl eir i-milcs wo careless look upon. One only has the pow'r to bless. It is the lot'd (.' ahaent one. i The chr.ajei.t pnprr ever jmhahel j in A.r.nicii I democuat:c i;xroiroiL JIXH unit li sT.tis j-x'RVAt Koa this Kxccutor's Notice. duced u nh a new volume, anil the month. I.Al.l-lllvtl.J..s'.. I . . ... , .... ii I .1 .. ,,, Istv e rendered stt more exee lent. Semi-weekly paper by the year, in iTHT. i'hi'nfcv cirii that li.eiui- , - . . T - i J ' i ' ,..!..,.(! ha. ..t letter . Vta. As it nsmres to be the Literary ca-an advance. ........ 5 00 r-i:ary oT. the e-tat. ,.f nine.. l i "t the South :m,l ''. st. ii is evp, ct- j " for Jess than a year, 50 cts. lV.,i.Um .l.-rca...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 September 1845

i 1 " ' 1 - "" & 3 mJ w&lw & mm " tlJP' J& ' Ks ' a EH su4c A NsK W mi a am& A. J. rU'KE.V, Sm!;!Mi". HI OK V MI'SSKAY, Editors. If thou hast truth to utter, Speak! and leave the iest to God." Gallaiier. l.OWIJNU-GKKKN, lMKE COUNTY, M0M SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 18-15. VclElKlC THE H A NN E It. uetimjutivk JUSTICE. W readers will recollect that si-rnetiiiH' since, we published n no-1 (..-. n! tii-' death f Gen Jackson; Iimii tin p1" of the notorious Rrown-1 ,i ;Mr :u.t ii.vi!, i!.-,.!.' I, i; lli. v ' n.1 . . . - .. i j01s which it on'ained-thev will An afiray took place in Washing TCineii.her that this fowl fiend, "wear-; '!" 1Clh ,,f 1,e" in-tlie liverv of Heaven.- bul ..r-; t-fi Ktiftis r.!li..t, brother of the ireful of nil the charities of life, and I former editor of the -Standard," in the n.iM precept'' ol ihe God he professed to serve, danced in al most hellish delight over lhe fresh mr.de crave of the patriot chiel. n .. i 1. 1 .i. i. i f.ni. i. jd ilOW IIU Ut...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 September 1845

r I A X X IS K. KATLTiDAY, SKIT. Id, IT-1.1. WATCHMAN, ilOW cons tiii: Nlti!!!"'-1 l:i the la-t number (f ..mi- pajier, we ve a condensed t ketch ' the dilncul- w! h i" had 1 ttclv t .kcn nl'ioet I ex !",uCt,,l-,. , .it i:,g ..n. Kentucky. Alinough the press, ,i ;.,,.,,,,, . ,. ; : i r "r iM... t..e instrument uith nnioh L. il. (.lay, would hive cadanircreJ the lives of 60 saat.v of bis fellow ciii;-is was re. iiioved we diJ not believe that the dif- liculties would end here. 0'.:r r rcdic- .- i t . . . , . miii-i".i ( ,li, ,!l "Tr ,,,' miu...iwt i to platidy shadowed forth X; admit of a doubt. The position uhl.h cf th. prominent p.pers in the North cecupv, is at once dan-erotis fcu.! diracefal. Their ai.ncal "io the Mj1.s of the reoMle nlthouh rot C() ' ' ' oj'iti and Lrulai, arc lrotn that very ati-c. the more dangerous, hike Clav, t!:ry dj i: ot call r.po the opprc'scrsj they do not directly say to the slave tla.t k'ssj and sah s'.aaJ aline bcf'.vc-.-a the:.'! and beautiful woman...

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