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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 July 1850

FRIDAY MORMNG, AUGUST 2d, 1850. ' 53" Our paper ha been delayed IhU week beyond our usual day of publication, on account -r. . avblpnt tn near relative. We a t.A i;m. f Kr5itn nut this mimW ! that we would have been glad to have spent with a terieusly afflicted brother. We regret this delay in election times, but hope our friends will receive out apology. ditc S39 The Record labors under a delusion when it states that John G. Campbell is the only candidate for County Judge in Bow ling Green. Hiram G. Edwards, who re sides at that place, and who is well known to the people in every part of the county, is also a candidate for that office, though hot an "independent toitg" candidate, as the Record says Mr. Campbell is, nor is he an independent Democratic Candidate. He would scorn the attempt to connect his chances for that office with politics) and if we were silly enough to do it, we are sure that he has moral courage enough to promptly rebuke us for it. He would nev r suffer any sill...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 July 1850

Public-Speafcing. 7 2f G. Pobte and J. B.HtKDiBsoit, candid ates for Congress in the 2d Congressional Dis rict,will address rthe people at the following times and placer, to wit : , ' At Troy, Lincoln county, Monday, July 29th. At Paynesville, Pike county, Wednesday, July 31t. At Bowling Green, Pike county, Saturday, August 3d. f-The candidates will address the people of "Old Pike," at the following times and place:. At Thomas' Monday, July 26th. - . " Paynesville, Wednesday July 31sf; " Bowline Green, Saturday, Aug. 3d. P. DRAPER. T. R. VAUGHAN, G. T. TATE. T.J.C. FACG. VVM. ENGLISH, P. CAUR, . The candidates for the State Senate in this District, will address the people at the following times and places: AtElk'Lick, 30th July. Madisonville, 31st " Lick Creek, 1st Aug. Cincinnati, 3d " JAMES O. BROADHEAD, WM. S. LOFFLAND. The most Extraordinary Discovery in the World is the great Arabian tiemeay ' for Man and Beast! II. c. farrell's " CELEBRATED Arabian Liniment. tlHE miraculous cu...

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 1850

k-. -fr- - gr-nr - ,3 . r 1; U " " FRIDAY MORNIN.Q AUGUST 9tb, 1850. " y I ftv i r r f f f . - r DEMOCRATIC BJRSR-Rj L JfJlSUNA M1SS01 HI FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST p. 1R50. THE ELECTION. On Monday and Tuesday mir chizi na passed .1 l. ... i iK- .t .t.mllr -onleslcd elci- whim wIhi arc Miwav VlylUnt Ih1 tril lutllflf party, were more aciive and z- sln tl an usual,; nte.tinr evcrv inch of ground. fr..m the o ing oi me Kiu on Moiway mi viv.-t Tueaday cvming. At 12 o'clock Tneday, oneif thir candid- doe was beaten badly -beaten beyond redf mp- tion, by all the rhreea (he wliiga could r.lly and bring into the field; therefore aoraetliing more Jnmii miut be dotve extraneotix iiifluences anelbo broMgbi to boar the aaaietanco of Ben Ioq Ma uurt be secured. During Monday the Benton asea chiefly voted for Fagg and Tate, but on Tuesday oeeiajr, that Draper was behind, loo cry at the poIU by them waa Fagg and Dra per. Whigs theauel res cared no longer for Tate, teeing that he t already probably el...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 August 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED IVI1T M OH DAY MOBHIHO BY A. J. PICKETS. TERMS: Single copy, pf annum, in advance, - $150 If not pid within three months, - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - - - - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unlessthesame be paid tor up to toe time or discontinuance. Bateaof Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - - 75 Each additional insertion. 38, Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. THE BEAUTIFUL. Ideality is a strong guardian of virtue, for they who have tasted Ha genuine pleat iires, can never rest satisfied with those of mere sense. But it is possible, however, to calculate the tarte to such a degree as to induce a fastidious refinement, when it becomes the inlet of more pain than pleas ure. Nor isthe worst ofover refinement the loss of selfish Gratification: it is apt to in terfere with benevolence, to avoid the sight of inelegant distress, to shrink from the con tact of vulgar worth, and lead us to despise those whose ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 August 1850

TTMO t AMI fMM E ft. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1850. Thomas L. Anderson, Esq., of Palinyra, .will deliver an address on the subject, f , Temperance, In this city, on the eveoiog of tbe31tinst. - ti.!?i;YHE ELECTION-ITS RESULTS. , The smoke of the battle has now suffi ciently rolled away to reveal to the eye the fruit of the victory. We count distinctly three whig Congressmen Darby, Porter, -tnd; Miller, in the 1st, 2d and 3d districts, Hhe remaining two not yet heard from, but lave most likely followed suit. The Legis lature, from present indications, will be di vided into three parties, none of which will hare a majority the wfrige, jerhaps, the strongest of the three. . i. ' At we stand upon the battle ground, sur veying its Thermopilies, Waterloos, and Chepultepecs, our thoughts naturally turn -to the causes of so much agitation and such iinusual result.; Missouri proud dem .ocratic Missouri that was want to be rowaed as the banner State of democracy, l odw to b misrepresented ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 August 1850

Negroes for Sale, PURSUANT to an order of Pike County court made on the 10th day of July, 1850, 1 hall sell to the hightest bidder , at the Court House in Bowling Green on Monday the 2nd day of September next, one . negro woman and three children, belonging to the estate of George Hardin. ' Terms made known on the day of sale. " ' H. G. EDWARDS, Guardian of G. Hardin of unsound mind. August 9th, 1850 Runaway Slaves. ALL persons are hereby notified that on the 81st day of 'July, ulti mo, two negro men slaves, railing themselves STEPHEN & JOSHUA; were apprehended near Alias, Illi nois, and committed to mv custody. Stephen is a very black negro, about five feet seven or eight inches high, mod has lost the left half of hi. nnner front teeth wh ieh he says ware kicked ont by a mule; he is supposed to be about thirty years of age, but states bis age to be ft! years. ' Joshua is a likely young nf gUd day the following real estate, lying in said fellow, about 6 feet 8 inches high, of a ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 August 1850

vr mm VIDUfVSC rP PTVV. PA I. I.S.I i u inb r w - . , LINCOLN, MONTGOMERY, AND AUDRAIN COUNTIES. WE ben leave to announce to the fanners, and 11 other persons, if the atove named comi ties, that we hare leased the large and commodi ous Brick Warehouse in the city of Louisiana, owned, and fonnerly occupied, l-v Block and Moulin-; which, tnreteer with the WHARF BOAT, will afford u unusual facilities and advantages f r receiving, storing, and shipninsr produce, we are prepared to pay FAIR PRICES, IN CASH, for all merchantable produce, or make liberal advan ces on ny and ail produce that may be consigued tous for shipment. . We trust that bv close application to mir busi ness, an J iintiriiie-industry and perseverance, with a determination to work to the interest of the Farmer and Shipper, for moderate compensation, that we will entitle ourselves to, and shall merit and receive, a reasonable share of their patronage. - .. ,i We are also prepared to bale hemp in .he very i -l: : ,H n aU,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 August 1850

rBILIIHlI XXXIT M01TDAT HOIIttlO BT A. J. PICKETS. i TERMS: '.SfagTe copy, PCT annum, in Advance ; - - - $1 60 'If pot paid withia three months, . - - - 2 00 of not paid within the year. - - 260 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid Tor up to the time of discontinuance. , "l ' ' ' Rates of Aorertlsintr. -Twelve lines or less, Erst insertion, - . W "'Eaeh additional insertion. -" ." - - - 38 Yearly aod quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. ' Agents for the Banner S. P. Murray; Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. ' J Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy'a Mill. R. H.' Johnson, Ashley. ' c U. Minor, Prairie ville. . . A. M. Thomas, PaynesviUe. . B. P. Clifford and ) ni.ir..slL (3d.Wm.Nalley,jClarkmlle Col. Jas.H. Britton, Troy. - - Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. A. W.Lamb, Hannibal. -f . Col. Benjamin Dayies, Palmyra. . ; "GOOD BY El" ; JVom thi London Weekly Dispatch. - Farewell! fare well 1 i often he...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 August 1850

1T DEMOCRATIC BANNER. j LOUISIANA MISSOUB1 MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1850. - Lincoln and St. Charles. In many of the Thomas L. Anderson, Esq., of Palmyra,strong whig couties the majorities were will deliver an address on the subject of;reduced un(jer au the disadvantages. In Temperance, in this city, on the evening of jRajj8 Warren the whig majorities were (be 31st inst. THE ELECTION. In a few days more we shall be able to give the result of the late election in our State. The returns to far, show that Dar by is elected to Congress from the first dis trict, Porter from tbe second, John G. Mill er from the third, and John S. Phelps from the fifth. In the fourth district the contest will be between Hall and Bowman. James S. Green, the talented, faithful, and energetic represenative from the third 7 without stain or fault on bis part, but that of havine served his constituents well, he is sacrificed to gratify the promptings of am bition, in obedience to the commands of an unfeeling t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 August 1850

Runaway Slaves. ALL persona are hereby notified tbit on too 31st day of July, ulti mo, two negro men slaves, calling tncmseives STEPHEN & JOSHUA, were apprenended near Allan, IIH noif , and committed to m enstodr. , Stephen is a venr black neero. about uw9 ieei seven or eight Inches high, and bai lost the left half of hia upper front teeth, wu ieh ho says were kicked out by a mule; he is supposed to be about thirty years of age, but state bis age to be 28 years. Joshna is a likely young ivuvw, kuoiii o ieei 0 incnes high, or a dark cop per complexion, sprightly countenance, and peaks pleuantly and fluently. He says be is S3 yar 01 age. jsotn negroes are well formed, and wo;iiJ probably weigh about 140 lbs. each. Both were indifferently clad at the time or their deliv ery to me. - They state that they belong to one William Moore, of Ray county. Mo., who re aides between Richmond and Lexington. That they together with one other slave, a yellow fel low, left home about a month sinc...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 August 1850

TO THB FAWffiBSOF TO, RALLS, c-AiTftBATNODNTIES. rH beg leave to Mwounct to the farmers, nd. ' .11 itk.. .mmii. wrttm Suva named roan- :.. v- leaeswi tVm Vers and commodl- t Briekr.Wareboe in the ity of Loutsiatra, owned, aad formerly occupied, bv Block and Mc Ctine; whien, togeteer with the "WHARF BOAT, will afford at unusual facilities and advautffet for receiving, storing, and shippine produce. We are prepared pay FAIR PRICES, IN CASH, for all merchantable produce, or make liberal advan ces on any and all produce that may be consigned to as for shipment. - ' . - We treat that by close application to our bust na,and untiring industry and perseverance, with a determination to work to the interest of the Farmer and Shipper, for moderate compensation, that we will entitle ourselves to, end shall merit and receive, a' reasonable share of their patronage. We are also prepared to bale hemp in the very best shipping order; to priee tobacco, and to furn :.v, k mnA ..v liimii! and to do an...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 August 1850

lunum BANNER. rltLTSHlB tTttT MONDAY MOKKIlfO BY A. J. PICKETS. TERMS: Siugteeopy, per annum,in advance, $160i If cot paia within three months, - - - 2 001 of not paid within the year, - - - - - 250 No paper will be discontinued unlessthe same be paid for up to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - - - 75 Each additional insertion, ------ 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. Agents for the Banner S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr John C. Welborn, Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. IS SBSt"1 Dr. W, B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. HOME AND FRIENDS. BY CBAKLES SWX15. Oh. there's a power to nuke each hour As sweet as heaven designed it, Nor need we roam to bring it home, Though few there be who find it 1 We seek too high for things close by, And lose wh...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 August 1850

y -----M s S DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA MISSOURI WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUG. 28, 1850. ' Tile Kext Leaislaf nre, In a few day we will place before our readers a list of the member elect to the next Lcgisla tore. From the following statement wbich we take from the Intelligencer of the 22d, it appears that on joint bollot the whig hare 65 member?, the Benton men 47, and the Anties 49. - There are four Benton Senators liolding over, in whose 'districts anti-Renton majorities were given. It was well for them that the people could not get at them. However, if they vote: for him, they must nullify the wishes of their respective districts, and they profess to be - ogam nullification. The total majority against the re-election of Benton will be 67 provided the vhigt vote against him. Members of the Senrrie as far as heard from, SERATORS HOLDI50 OVER. Lewis, Scotland, Clark, Knox & Schuyler James Ellison, B. Howard and Char itos --Claiborne F. Jackson, JJ. B. Cape Giratdeau and Wayne Isaac...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 August 1850

doctrine of "instruction, as an essential ar ticle in the Democratic Republican creed," unless thev intended to rebuke the distin guished Senator for the course he has pursued. ' The coalition with the Seward Whigs sufficiently explains the selection tor Vice President of one who has done so much to make himself another distinguished member of ' the Senate. The prospect, then, is, that these will be the Whig Free Soil nominees. - From the St. Louis Times we learn that objections are made to the re election of Mr. Benton to the United States Senate, for the following, among other reasons. He is too selfish and ambitious. In May, 1846, ho told Gov. King, he was "striking for the Presidency." This has not been denied; ' and is so, : unless King has told a falsehood.. Those who' suppor ted Van Burenind Adams in Missouri in 1848, are now for Benton. In 1830, he said the agitation of the slave question threatened the Union now he sees no dan ger. In 1840, every vote given by Whigs and Abo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 August 1850

TO THE FARMERS OF PIKE, RALLS LINCOLN, MONTGOMERY, AND AUDRAIN COUNTIES. H7"E beg leave to announce to the farmers, and T ail otherpersons, of the above tiameti coun ties, that we have leased the larae and conimodi- out Brick Warehouse in the city or Louisiana, owned, and formerly occupied, bv Block . and Mc Cune; which, togcteer with the WHARF BOA 1, will afford us unusual facilities and advantages for receiving, storing, and shippins produce. We are reoared to pay FAIR PRICES, IN CASH, for all merchantable produce, or make liberal ad van es on any and all produce that may be consigned tons for shipment. . w. e ,. that hv dose anolication to our busi Mts, an J untiring industry and perseverance, with a determination to work to the interest or the Farmer and Shipper, for moderate compensation, that we will eutitle ourselves to, and shall merit and receive, a reasonable share oftheir patronage. We are also prepared to bale hemp in the very best shipping order; to prise tobacco, and t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 September 1850

,7 . 7- DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rDltMBCD EVERT MONDAY MOBRIXO ' v B A. J. PICK.EXS. TERMS: Single eopy, per annum, in advance, $1 CO If got paid withia three mouths, - - - -. 2 00 of not paid within the year, - - - - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unlessthetame be paid Tor up to the time or discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or lets, first insertion, - - 75 Each additional insertion, 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. Agents for the Banner S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. . . . G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. B. P. Clifford and ) , Col. VVm. Nailer. ( Clarksville. Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. ?lS,.ScrS.C.k.na I CP G,.y. ?,a.T.N.u."1'-H Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. Pcblic Sale. THE subscriber will offer at public sale, on Sat urday, the 14th day of September next, on the premises, h...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 September 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA MISSOURI WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4th, 1850. soiler, and all his effort in denunciation or good, 'men, tended only to the patriotic end of preserv ing the Union. Hit constant cries about disun- PaxtCBxao. We are requested to say, that . ion, have aroused Tears and averted attention from Elder Hatcbzt will preach in the Christian the dangerous course he has been pursuing. Church in this city, on Thursday evening next, . at early cuidle lighting. THE LEGISLATURE. Now that the returns are ail in, and it is quite certain that neither party in that body will be able of itself to elec u Senator, many specula tions are being-made, as to which party will yield. The Republican advises the whigs still to adhere to the doctrine of non-intervention to make no committals till they reach Jefferson City this win ter, and take a survey of the ground. Consis tency is a jewel with that sheet. Indeed, it can be one thing to-day and another to-morrow, al most without a motive. I...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 September 1850

BV TELEGRAPH. Execution of Dr. Webster. Boston, Aug. 30. Professor-Webster, after his family left him last night, as he alleged in perfect un Pnniiinninpii of his comin? fate, was valsvsVH. 0 searched and placed in a new cell, in order to prevent the possibility of suicide. From 9 o clock last night, till twelve, he passed . ' -i ;L in aevouonv conversation wun uia waicu ers; at 12 he fell into a short doze, but did not sleep heavily; he spoke of his impen ding fate with fortitude and resignation, and seemed gratified that the time of his death had been kept from his family. At the various noises of the opening of a new dav. he seemed somewhat agitated, but soon recovered his composure; by advice, he breakfasted upon tea and bread, and in vited the watchers to partake with him He made preparations for ascending the scaffold with firmness. About thirty per sons were -admitted to the jail yard; the house-tops and windows adjoining the jail were crowded with persons, among whom were ma...

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 September 1850

u s. To THE FARMERS OF PIKE, RALLS, LINCOLN, MONTGOMERY, AND AUDRAIN COUNTIES. WE beg leave to announce to the farmers, and all other persons, of the above named ooun tie, that we have leased the large and commodi ous Brick Warehouse in the eity of Louisiana, owned, and formetlv occupied, bv Block and Mc- Cune: which, tomteer with the WHARF BOAT, will afford as unusual facilities and advantages for receiving, storing, and shipping produce. We are prepared to pay FAIR PRICES, IN CASH, for all merchantable produce, or make liberal advan ce! on any and all produce that may be consigned to ns for shipment. We trust that by close application to our busi ness, and untiring industry and perseverance, with a determination to work to the interest of the Farmer and Shipper, for moderate compensation, that we will entitle ourselves to, and shall merit and receive, a reasonable share of their patronage. We are also prepared to bale hemp in the very ,, " V . J, f. . ... ' . best shipping order; ...

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 September 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. 1 SOLI I H ED tVSRY MOW DAT MOSHIR6 BI A. J. PICKETS. "" TERMS: ."Single copy, per annum, in advance, - - $1 60 'If not paid within three months, - - - 200 of not paid within the year, - - - - - 2 50 ; No paper win be discontinued unless the same be 'paid for up to the time of discontinuance. Rates or Advertising Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - - - 75 . Each additional insertion, ------ 38 . Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. "United Wb Stand Divided :We Fall." VOL. 6. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1860, NO. 14. - 'Agents for the Banner . .' ;S,IP& Murray, Bowling Green. VJe ETribble, Spencerburg. ,3m C. Welborn. r rankiort. li?athan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. RiH. Johnson, Ashley. G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. SfiSSlg ! Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. are in spirit and still yon imagine you are daily approaching towards the bloomi...

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