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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 September 1850

ii DEMOCRATIC BAlBjB. ncLiiam evtn Monday mobriko DY A J. PICKES8. LOUISIANA MISSOUEl MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I6llu 'We invite attention of merchants and others, to the advertisement of Brownlee, Homer & Co., in this paper. Country mer--chants desiring to purchase stocks of goods, would doubtlessly do well to gire them a -call at their stand in St Louis. They have every kind of goods desirable for this mark t. They hare afse tlw agency for the sale f the Bay Slate Shawls and Mantles. 'We call the attention of the farmers to the advertisement of E. Draper & Bro then in this paper. They are well prepar ed for an extensive business in the packing of pork this season. Farmers would do veil to give them a call before driving else where. They are prepared to buy at fair prices, or slaughter and pack on commis sion. 23" All the five measures embraced in the Compromise bill, with the single excep tion of the Fugitive Slave Bill, have pasted both branches of Congress. The fugitive ...

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 September 1850

Ccba. A new Captain General hat been ap pointed fur Cuba. A Madrid correspondent or the New York Sun says: Ilia name it General Jote Do. La Concha, Four new regiments, 1,000 men each, are to be sent out irnmediately to Cuba. The increase of troops in Cuba, in con sequence or the late Lopez expedition, will be, when all toe corps now forming, nave armed uutner, upwarua 01 ,uuu men, rendering the el fective standing military force of the bland 30, 000. A Wohab's Advastaok. A woman may ear what ah like to you, - without the risk of oewg aoocxea aown lor n. one can use a snooze after dinner while her husband has gone to work. She can dress herself into neat and tidy ahoea for a dollar, which her husband has to cap ana tar over to ner. she can take a wain oti a pleasant day, without fear of being asked to treat at everv coffee-house the passes. She ,-eaaaint her face if too Dale or flour if too red She can stay at home in time of war, and wed a-j rain if her husband is "killed." She can ...

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 September 1850

TO THE FARMERS OF PIKE, RALLS, LINCOLN, MONTGOMERY, AND AUDRAIN COUNTIES. WE beg leave to announce to the farmers, and 11 other persons, of the above named coun ties, that we have leased the large and commodi ous Brick Warehouse In the city of Louisiana, owned, and formerly occupied, bv Block and Mc Cune; which, togeteer with the WHARF BOAT, will afford us unusual facilities and advantages for receiving, storing, and shipping produce. We are prepared to pay FAIR PRICES, IN CASH, for ail merchantable produce, or make liberal advan ces on any and all produce that may be consigned tons 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 ckinnA Tnr mnilerat normipllf ation. rvuicrwiu om w , i - ' i that we will entitle ourselves to, and shall merit wkskwa a MBinnn nip una c us lutrn iniM'iuii. , .1 ... , ih v WO !ro nuu prrjiairu iu -- j best shinning order: to prize 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. — 23 September 1850

T7f i aa m wj y w r r DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TCIL1IHID ITtlT M OH DAT M O B If I B C Br A. J. PICKETS. TERMS: " Sag?ecupy, per annum, in advance, - - $1 50 If oot paid within three months, - - - - 2 00 of not paid within the year, - - - 2 50 . No paper will be discontinued unlets! he same be paid romp to the time of discontinuance. Rates or Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, ... 75 Each additional insertion, ...... Jg Yearly-mad quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. Acenta for the Banner. .S. F Murray, Bowling Green. t John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. jj)r. 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. Win. Nalley, Clarksville. Col. Jaa. H. Britton, Troy. Tully R. Cornick and John W. McKee, Cap-u-(my. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. LETTER FB.O.V OREGOIf. The following letter from Maj. Walkkb formerly a resident of ...

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 September 1850

' DEMOCRATIC BANNER. "Louisiana, Tuesday, sept. 24th, 1850. COL. BENTON'S LETTER. We publish in another column another one cf those peculiar ebullition of vanity, pomposity, mendacity, folly, malice and sycopliancy, that ap pear to escape feriodieany from the brain or Col. Bent en ever since it was crazed by the explosion of the Princeton. The old man seems to think that the world wags only to subserve his views and promote his interest, lie has just now, away off yonder at Washington, come to the conclu sion that his appeal is sustained in Missouri, and that there are not more than one hundred and filly "Dullifiers," all told, the rest who voted with them being "good hard money, Union democrats." Now. what in the name of wisdom, has "hard money" to do with his appeal ? Or w hat affini ty if there between hard, money and nullifi cation and disunion? The old humbugger is hard up for a subterfuge. He says "the elect? of a Senator is considered in the hands of the whig and 'nullifier.'...

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 September 1850

fornia. He advocated the bill to prevent the enticing of flares from their master. The bill to preserve peace with the Indi ans in California, was passed. The bill to suppress the slave trade was read a third time. The question being taken upon its passage, Mr. Benton briefly addressed the Senate. Washington, Sept. 16. House. Mr. Batly from Committee on Wars and Means, reported a bill to cre ate the office of Assistant Secretary of State, which, after debate, was referred to the Committee of the Whole. Pending the debate on the bill to give to Arkansas certain swamp lands, the House adjourned. Washington, Sept. 16. Shuts:. After the morning business, the bill to settle land titles in Oregon and making donations to actual settlers was taken np. Mr Yvlce moved to strike out the section making donations of lands to settlers, which was debated at length. The bill reducing the minimum price of lands in Michigan and Wisconsin was pass ed. Mr. Walker moved to amend the section proposed to ...

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 September 1850

PATENT MEDICINES. rftHE attention of the public fs ravsred to the fol - lowing catalogue of medicines which are kept at the Drag Store on Water SU, Louisiana, Mo: Wistart Balaam; IPain Killer; Rodrers' Liverwort and .Bull's Sarsaparrtiia; Tan S. P.TownsentPe do.; Longley's Panacae; Dr. Jayoe's Family Med icine; Moffatt'a do.; Brandreth's Pills; Bragca - K Smith's sntar coated do.; Wright' Indian Vegeta ble Pill; Bristol's do.; Buekhan's Hunir. Bal- sarn; Smith's Tonic; Rowand's Tonic Mix.; Dr. Mortiraore's Rheu matic Remedy; Hamilton's Fain. Medi cines: Rev's Liniment Tor Pile; Doctor Storm's Scotch Mexican Mustan Lini ment; Lindsay's N. & B. Liai-j tnenfc Cough CandT; McClsne's Pills & Ver mifiitre; . Mag. Pain Extractor; Farrell's Arabian Lin'mt Balm Coiun.bfa: Gredley'e Salt Reumatie.Cullen's Indian Vegeta Ointment: I ble Panacae; In fact all the Popular Family Medicine of the HtTmmOT , for sale at V ILLIAWS -day, warranted genuine, lor sale at w Drag store, water St., Lo...

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 October 1850

-7 1 DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rUBMf BCD WZEKLY IT ABTPBEvT J. PICKETS. TERMS: Siagleeopy, per annum, ia advance, - $150 If not paid witbla tbret months, ' - - - 2 CO of not paid within the year, - - - - - 2 50 No paper win be discontinued unlesstbe same be paid for np to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advert ising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, ... 75 Each additional insertion, ... - - - 38 Year! and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. Areata for the Baaaer S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L. Triable, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn. Frankfort. Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy'e Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. U. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thomas, Paynes ville. B. P. Clifford and ) n. . . Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Tully R. Cornick and I ... r, John W. McKee, j Cap-u-Gray. . Dr. W-B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. The Fanner's Daagfcfer. She may not in mazy dance, With jewelled maidens vie; She may not smile on courtly swain With soft bewitching eye; She c...

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 October 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANiYBR. LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, Octobeb 4th. ... I JfSeveral editorial articles intended for to-day's paper, are crowded out to make room for communications. ' J3" W direct the attention of parents and guardians to the card of Wm. E. Hen t, Eoq-, in another column. His school Will open on Monday next. Charge to Austria. It is said that Mr. McCdbdt of Connecticut, lias received the nomination of Charce to Austria, rendered vacant by the rejection of Col. Webb. From TexasTlt New Oileans papers contain news from Texas to the lltli ult. The Indians still continue their murders, and are becoming even more bold and dar ing. Two Americans, named Sullivan nd Wilbergar, and twelve Mexicans have recently been killed by them. Capital Pumishmirt.- There are four, persons now under sentence of death in Connecticut: The Governor of the State, tn his last message, recommended the abo lition of the gallows..-'" Jf-The Dayton Empire says the fall emi gration westward has commenced. Long tra...

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 October 1850

r " For the Banner. K FEW MORE LEFT. We like to see men who measure every thing by the "almighty dollar." Tell him Mr. A, who hai lately come to town is an excellent nan, we like to hear him enmiire, "what is he worth.'" Tell him Mr. B is a talented preacher and useful man, we like to hear lam reply, we suppose he can make more at it than he can at anything else. Tall him young Mr. C has a fine genius, aod if a very promising young man. He will immediately ask what his capacity for making money is, &c. Has a comprehen sive mind that man. We like to see men who have made their thousands off the people, and yet the hieto--rv of their operations fail to show where they have ever contributed ten dollars for any religious, benevolent, moral or public purpose whatever, when their awn pecu niary'interest was not immediately and di rectly concerned. And then we like to see these men wonder why they are unpopular, and to hear them curse the people for their ingratitude. When wealthy men ...

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 October 1850

Magee's Liniment. IN offering thu valuable preparation to the public, the undersigned is vell aware thatbe will have to eneounler not only a strong prejudice against all patent or "universal" medicines, out mat nis uni tent will have to come in competion with many valuable and longer established preparation. But be fearlessly enters tne lists of ibose wno are engaged in preparing remedies for tbe -ills of hu man life, with the confident belief tbat nothing tut a fair trial is wanting to convince every un nreiudlced or even Dreitidiced mind? that this liui- ment has no sunerior. if an eaual. for the cure of the various diseases for which he recommends it. He has been for several years engaged in the pre fiaralioo of thia valuable merlirine, and in ad-minixterina- it to his afflicted neisbbors and friends. bufnot until recently, and after many solicitations from those who have tried its efficacy in the alle viation and cure of distressing afflictions, ha the proprietor beea induced to...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 October 1850

mIM 1G B1NNBB. rUBtlSBED BT " A. J.' PICKETS. . ; ' : Vt.; TERMS: : :,: ; Single copy, per annum, in advance, . - $1 50 i flot.jp ai withia three months, ....... 2 00 of not paid within the year, . . 2 So No paper wiUbe-dUcontinued unlessthesame be paid lor up to toe time of discontinuance. '-' ' fcatee of AsTvertlslnr. Twlre Usee or le, first insertion, - - " 75 Eseb aSditlc! insertion. - . 'i. . . - 38 - Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason aWertUtv":0- ' . j.ja.r; u Agestia for the Bapnerv S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. ... ; John L. Triable, Spencerburg. Dr. John CL Welborn, Frankfort, , .,. , Dr. Nathmyanfloy, Vannoy Mill. . - R. H. Johnson, Ashley. t v 'G Minor. Prairieville. ''A,' M. Thomas, Paynesville. r B. P. Clifford and ) . . Col.Wm.Nalley,jCUrk,vi,Ic- Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. ' ' Tully R. Cornicle and ) n ' " ' JohiW. McKee, . - j Cap-au-Gray. :Dr. W. B. Adam, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. From the Central Christian IleraM. The Grave of Washington...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 October 1850

iimiriii- ir i ra rMiA1Vftnrt' mini 1 mmm aa ! imiiin "t J""" ry- . '""T"" ' " : " f j '. Hi f V .J I. i f V itb h o c iriTTOif true Louisiana; Monday, ppTQBER 14th. .. x. Bowuifc Greek, Mo., Oct. 8th, 1850. .. Mm. Picxxjis Dear Sir : Please announce to the voter of Pike county, thai I solicit their suf frage for the office of Judge of the Probate Court, 1 the ensuing special election to be held for said county on the 1st Monday in November next, and oblige your friend, S. F.MURRAY. UNITED STATES SENATOR. . The several papers of the State are each spec ulating upon the subject of the. election of a Senator this winter in thl place of Mr. JJenton, The Whig pa pars oi course, having a plurality of votes in the Legislature, calculate that, some concession being made by pne or both wings ofi the Democratic party, a Whig may be returned to the Senate. And as if fearful of contamina tion, they advise their friends to hoRl firm, and avoid all connexion with the Democratic mem bers of (he L...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 October 1850

TEST ,'fiwine appears officially: Botr.rr rd Bill. The passage of the bill gre-tirig bounty land to the officers and soldiers of the last . war with Great Britain, id the several Indian wars, is giving" rise tn.en Unprecedented number of applica tion to the third auditor's office lor infor mation. - Itii.deemed advisable to state that copies of the army rolls cannot be famished from this office, for various reasons; one ot which . M a m it a a . . ? . is sumcient, nameiy, me uuer impnsuw bility of doing so. If one agent bas a right to copies 01 me i rolls, so would twenty thousand, and all , the clerks in the employ of the government i ouM not furnish such copies. Besides, there is no authority for doing so. All an- 'plications must pass through the Pension r m 1 . I . a .1 0d.A. grace (uuaerine airecuou 01 wo .secretary if the Interior) and regular certificates of iervice will be furnished to the Commiss ioner of Pensions,-by the third auditor, as is now the practice in regard to 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. — 14 October 1850

w .1 :!larpft's Liniment. "ft ofli i"K vi lHbro breparatioii t the public, the undersigned in well aware that be will have . toMeoubter not only aTflwrngprejudirtraiostan :' f awnt.or "universal piettoae?, Owl ifitt ms laju v eArft wiP. have ane Irf cmrtpetiW i many . aJable and vonSer eabltshed prepai atiaaa.- .;- -But be fearlessly enter tlie ItsU r those who are ' n eared ia vtewina re4is for Ibe ills of hu- - nt life,, with the oo Went belief (aat nothing uraTairtrisria fc-avrtingto' ewmnce every ua ofritidierd r even nr imiiced mmd, tnat this lini ment hM an nterior. if an tonal, for tbo cure oil the var, ious diseases for which be reeosnroeiuts It. IJe-fcn Wen tor several years t-ngagea in me pre mratio f that valuable trtrdkhie. and in ad niateeintr it le his afflicted rveigbborsend friends. txtt not until recent remand arier many solicitation from (hone wbohave tiled Hi rffieacy in the alle viation and eure of dhrtreesing afflictions, lias the proprietor been induced to prep...

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 October 1850

' ' ' ' V-CA f-. - ."f-Hr; DEMOCRATIC BiN1 Eli. TERM v. . mourn, in advance. - $150 if aot paid wttlrhi three months, - - - 2 00 Cf . wttriia the year, - 2 50; No paper rflbe discontinued unless the same be fpaht forop to tee timeof discontinuance. m Telve ii . Bates oC AdTerfUinc liaea or Jess, first insertion, .. - 75 Cih additional insertion. - . - - S3 carl and Quarterly advertisements at reason- - ... i able rates. . . t rrT . . . I Agents for the Banner S. F. Murray, Bowling Green. John L; Tribble, Spencerbure. Dr. Jrihn C. Welborn. Frankfort. ' Dr.' Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy's Mill. R. H. Johnson, Ashley. " G. Minor, Prairieville. A. M. Thosnasr Paynesville. . B. P. Clifford and I r,v.;,. bLWov Nallejt, S oh J. H. Bntton, Troy, fully R. Cornick and ) ,.... lohnW.McKee, , ?' Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. Answer of John Smith, To the Letter of Col. ' Benton, published in the last Union" and "Inquirer." r r m w o . n m ion nw, mo., oepi. ioiw. My Dear C...

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 October 1850

X 1 BBHOCaiTIC BANNBIL WUISIANA, TffSnWESDAY, OCTOBER fi3.jday in November next for a Probate Judge. This ; SlecUoa of Probate Judge, . . Out younty.tnar. an election tor a rrooaie s uoge. . 6mes off en Monday, the 4th day of November. Heretofore the probate business hat been con' ducted by the County Court; but at the last ses tlon of the Legislature, upon the petition of a portion of the citizens of the county, a bill was passed submitting it to the people, whether they desired tins business disconnected from the Coun ty Court er not. At the late election a majority of the votes polled were cast for the act, and it thus became a law. Consequently an election is to be held, as above stated, on the FIRST MON DAY IN NOVEMBER, to elect some individ ual to perform the duties of that office. There stems as jet to be but little interest manifested in regard, to this election. This should not be so. The office is onejoa treat importance, and should call forth at least some attention to it...

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 October 1850

if it i The Bcaaaaries. U tha Mwly acquired territory U at Wth definitely parceled out and arrang ed, it may bewlio state tha boundaries ef each teparate jurisdiction. First, we twvt the boundary between Tezaa and "Ma VISA. It it believed that Texu :n ,jia aaaent to it- It begins at the intersection of the 100th parallel I of longitude with lat. 36deg.30m., end tbence runa due Weft on taid par .11.1 f latitnda to lone. 103; thence South along said meridian of longitude toj act lUmmfm Wait alone: aaid parallel of lit te the Rio Grande; thence Southerly down the Rio Grande to the Gulf of Mex- fat. . ; ' i r ; TcBsrtokT or Niw Mexico. Begining at point in the Colorado River, where the boundary Kne with the Republic of Mexico crouea the same; thence eastwardly with . i i:- - P!n Grande: S "I "fJ ;:Vh .i rdSrfd s.. i A tha narallel of the thirty second de grew or north latitude; thence east with said degree to its intersection with the one hundred and third degree nf longitude west at Gr...

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 October 1850

I ' isl Mage'es Liniment. IN offering thii valuable preparation to tbe public, tbe undersigned is well aware tbat be will have to encounter not only a strong prejudice aeainstaji patent or "universal7 medicines, but that nis lini ment will have to come in competion with man; valuable and longer established preparations Hut be rearleisly enten tne lists of (bone who are engaged in Drenarioa? remedies for the ills of hu man life, with the confident belief tbat nothing bat a fair trial is wanting to convince every un prejudiced or even pre indtced mind, that this lini ment has no superior, if an tonal, for the cure of the various diseases for which he recommends it. He has. been for several years encaged in thepre paration of this valuable medicine, and in ad ministering it to bis afflicted neighbors and friends. Dot not until recently, and infer many solicitations from those who have tried its eftiescv in the alle viation and cure of distressing afflictions, has the proprietor been in...

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 October 1850

i 4 i 0 'v ins dubious e IHt'tBlW BANIBB. northern fans matelv flame tft and desirdt nil owrfSUtei 0er'n3n(edtDTlfiFBrerVf ticism '! Aat fhev ffiifffjT U3f and bii' !ownconstitoeo!TL J"- Benton Wjname'd nds for the F fMtKtfT , What would tb verdict "7tifo'Ttip i FM'Mxxic6.-hthTc4i& fayv tba Rio Grande SentiaslnowUwI 9tMHM 1 f CBLHHED bt '. 7; , :TEHMS' ' Il'TOotlaMthremoI,th,' $160 .200 a er m But pW " . No W wiU be tfseontinued unless the same b paiefortothetieof discontinuance. ' ' .' Rates of AdTertilns . ' Te1r lines or lew, first insertion, - - - W Each additional insertion, - - - " ttaxly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. . . r : Agents for the Bannier. h S. F Murray, Bowling Green; 1 '.-John L. Tribble, Spencerburg. . -'.. Dr. John C. Welborn, Frankfort. -: Dr- Nathan Vannoy, Vannoy Mill. ..TR. H. Johnson, Ashley. - O. Minor, Prairieville. 7 a. M. Thomas, Paynesville. ' B. P. Clifford and ) curit, vilie. Col. Wm. Nalley, $ ,J Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. '...

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