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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 December 1850

it- DBHOCRATIC BiNNBR LOIU1AXA, no. - MONDAY MORNING, Dacotai 9ih. ; .1 CONGRESS. Congress met on Monday last 40 Senators and 160 Represented vea were prevent. Messrs. Berrien and Dtclchuon, on the part of the Sen ile, and Messrs. Hilliard, McDowell and DuerJ n the part of tbe House, were appointed a com mittee to kbH on the President and inform him ihsX a quorum of both houses was present, and -that Congress was ready to receive any enmmu hkalion he might be pleased to make. The mes sage was famed iateVr received and read. Owing to the extremely cold weather for the last several days, which has fitted the river with ice and put a stop to all navigation, we have no further proceedings. THE MESSAGE. ' ' A part of this document was received at St Louis by telegraph on the 3d hist. On that day, we learn, the wires between Louisville and St. Louis broke down and put a stop to its reception :etthe letter place.' The portion received, did not appear in the papers of that date, and the sta...

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 December 1850

MONDAY, MORMNOy DECEMBER th. rj- During the last week, the weather hu bcn extremely cold. Heavy ice is running thick in tiie river, end navigation is closed.-. Should it remain cold a few day longer, we ap prehend the river will block,' although it is quite full for the season. On Friday , evening hut, now fell to the depth of two or three inches. CantrAS This season of mirth and gayety far ih vonnz. is fast annroachinz. We hear of no preparations being made in any of the sur rounding tillages, for "youth and beauty to meet and chase away the hour with flying feet," ex ert at the town of Clarks ville. Our old friend Dr. Tbikblk, gives a fashionable ball, on Christ as eveia , and elegant Hotel, which he'has'recently erected ,at that place. No one knows better how to fix up matters of this sort, and those who desire to pass a pleasant evening, should attend, in the full af urance that things will be "done up brown." The Doctor has made arrangements to. have music of the right scrt. ,,...

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 December 1850

Fresh Arrivals AT TBS NEW CHEAP CiSfl STORE J rpHE subscriber it jait in recceipt of a ten era! assortment of i new and FALL AJVD WINTER GOODS, nniehael selling at the very LowasTrnicxs tor Cash. Hit stock embrace nearly every de scription of STAPLE FANCY DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS, SOOTS, . SHOES, sc., &e. fm : He would particularly ask the atten- tion of purcliasert to hi stock of Hate, Caps, Boot and Sfeoc. Cell atx exaciina goods and price. JOHN. A. ROBINSON- On Vint, street, between, Main & Second, 8, Lov.it aa The above Hotel, rebuilt, thorouthiy ren. itToveted. refitted, and furniahed with entire " nmmt furniture, with larre aod convenient additions , a opened by the tub eriber for the accommodation of transient and permanent board era, on Wednesday. the With of Septenrber. The location ia deairable,eitMr aitnaled in the centre of the most txtentfre mercantile portion of -tit eity, and equally eonrenietrtto the Ie-ree. The house, with its new additions, contain ...

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 December 1850

PBilOtBiTIC B1NNEB A. pickejts. v . .. TERMS: gegieebpy,prennum,Inadvanee, - . $160 irnot aairf within three months, ' '- . - - 200 If not paid within the year, - ' - - 2 50 Ne paper will be discontinued unlessthe same be paid for op to the time of discontinuance nteaf Advertising ! TWsTre lines or less, first insertion, " - 75 Saab additional insertion, ' - ' ' - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason' akleratesi ' ' '" ' ' " -;y - - ' ' ' Aveats for the Bawner. -$.f Murray, Bowling Ureen. ,tQ))& L. Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr.'Jehn C. Welborn, Frankfort. P,r. Nathan Vaunoy, Vannoy 'a Mill. , R..H-Johnson, Ashley. . ,' G. Minor; Prairleville.' ' W. Thiaias, Paynesville. ' ' ' B: P. Cllflbrd and riL. .;Ujl ; : Col. Jas;rLJ3riaoei Trov.' . - ' , s Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. . .- Col. William Priest, New London. . . From Iht Eltxandria . Gazette. lattreeling Pilfc-rlmiure to the Tomb of .. nsani ternon. The visU of Mr. Custis, of Arlington, the a'gad adopted ion. of Washing...

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 December 1850

. - -s 'MyM""M"MMM"""""MM"MrM""MMMM u .1 -i . i ' '1 iUm from I PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. JstWCiteen of to Serurfe, . end Hauncf Rtpruentativa : 1 Beirut suddenly called, m (be midst of tbclaat ession of Congress, by a painful dispewationof j Divine Providence, to the vetpoasible station I sew nolo, I contented myself with such commu nications to the legislature as the exigency of the -moment teemed to require, ine country was shrouded in mounting for the lose of iti venera- i n r . m . . i A i . ted Chief Magistrate, andafl hearts were (rated wi h grif. Neither the time nor occasion appeared te require, or justify, on my part, wry gcucrai expression i political opinions, vi wi; announcement of he principles which would govern me in the discharge of the duties to the nerfortaiince of Which I have been so unexpeci- edly called. 1 trust, therefore, that it may notba I am happy in being able to say. that no unre deemed inappropriate if I avail myelf of this orable change in cur Foreign Relat...

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 December 1850

U u -ft.. forttitof dIwlpWM ahull fat .tone. ....ni and effectual. Tha nceompeaying rtport of tbo Pott Master General preseuw seusiaciery viw of the operations nd condition of that De partment. I r a tha .idta of the last fiscal Tear, the length of the inland nail routes in Jth Uni ted States, not embracing the service in O Mn. d California, waa 178,672 otilea, the enseal tranaportation thereof, 46,541, aq milei. and the annual coat of aueh trans- notation. 12.724.426 58. The increase of th. annual transportation over that' of the preceding year, waa 3,997,354 miles, and tha inereaae of coat waa $342,440 69. The number of Post Offices on the first day of July last, was 13.417, being an increase of 1,670 daring the preceding year. The gross Revenues of the Department for the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1850, amounted to $5,552,271 58, including the annual appropriation of the $20,000 for the franked mailer of the Department, and ex cluding the foreign postages collected for, and pa...

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 December 1850

From the itnifcxerbocker. THE50OftoaTt t come, I come Trow d land otirmn, And hadort tkroV (mAe day' last bean; leomet&afenUetwiligbt noury My $ And soWy dote the bright leaPd flower. " ' ' - i ".r,t i ..... . ' . . .' I Steal from the late and winding stream The filr'ery gl)w of thrf sun'i last gleam; X breathe on the. crest of the gorgeous cloud, And tt gilded head is in dimness bowed, .v . ' . " The fleecy foam of the "ocean wave, As the sandy shore Us. waters lave, But sparklet dirt,' as sea and land, Arecnrtain'd by my sable hand. '" 'On theyioleC's breast , on the beachen tree, ' 1 I fold the wing of the murmuring bee I check the boand r tiie graqefal iawn, (-. And his bright eyes else till the opining dawn. . The liquid notes of tbe woodland ird ' - .' At my approach are faintly heard i As sinking 'neatb fhe dark green leaves, . ' Her iag js she sweetly breathes. "; J . !v.'"V."T Vf. n ! I't.t My finger sfil) on the infant I Jay, ; i And close to his lids in the snidst of...

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 December 1850

DEilOCBiTlC BANSER TVttHBED BY A. J. PICKETS. . " TERMS: Single copy, per annum, in advance, - (1 50 If not paid wUbis three months, - - - 2 00 Jf not paid within the year, - - - - 2 50 NO paper will be discontinued nnlesstne same he paid for op to the time of discontinuance. ! Rateg 0f Advertising Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - - 75 Caeb additional insertion. - - - - - 38 -Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason able rates. ' ' Areata for the Banner S. F. Murnv, Bowling Green. ., John L. Triable, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn. Franktor. Dr. Nahan Vannoy, Vannoy ' Mill. " R. H. Johnson, Ashley. ' '.(J. Minor, Prairieville. " A. M. Thomas, Paynesville. B. P. Clifford and ) Col. Wm. Nalley, ( Clarksville. Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. Dr. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Pries, New London. THE FLIRT. "He want's style 1 I should be bored by such a man. "But he has sense; and that is a thing that wears better and longer than style." Pshaw look at him dawdling there, ...

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 December 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER LOtTISlAXA. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16tb. Returned. Cfcllfornf ana. Within the last few days, several of our citi xens have returned from the great humbug land of wld California. John Todd, William Todd, James McPike, his brother Franklin, and Mr. McLane, arrived a few days ago. We under stand also Out F. C Todd has reached home. We have seen some of these gentlemen and conversed them. The news they bring corres ponds well with such as we have heard from others who have returned heretofore. There ia generally, we apprehend, a much greater desire to get away than there waslast spring to stirt out . We understand from them that 'Walter Crow, an old and long a respectable citizen of our county, i dead ; alto V.P.Robinson of this place, James Willis of Indian Creek, and Ed ward Shuon of Cuiver Township. We also learn that William Pitt, a son of Robert Pitt of Peno, died a short distance below St. Louis on his way home. ' Cholera has broken out at Sacramento city, and ...

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 December 1850

I j f - ft CONGRESSIONAL. Wajhikoti December 10. StiuTC Messrs. Footo and Downei ap pored in their feet. After Mr. Gwynn's reiolution for reuing the feleries of D'nt Judges in California, which wai agreed to, the private calender was taken up, end severs! bills were pasted. The Senate then went into executive session, and ihortly after adjourned. House. A number of bifis were intro duced, among them one by Harris, to es tablish a commercial reciprocation between the United States and Canada, and one granting publio lands in Pennsylvania, to aid in constructing the Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad. Mr. Hall introduced a bill granting the right of way to Missouri for the construc tion of a Railroad to St. Joseph. Referred. The delegate from New Mexico present ed his credentials. Referred. On motion, the House resolved itself in to Committee, of the whole on the state of the Union. Some little confusion ensued, and some efforts were made to take up the river and harbor and oheap postage ...

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 December 1850

j Fresh Arrivals 3? ?(DWH8EOTTg EAY STATE E1IILS hogs wMted. From the Frankfort (Xy.) Yeoman. TO I never bowed to Beauty's Shrine . I never dared to do it For fear this trembling heart of mine, Whilst suppliant to a throne divine. Might find eome cause to rue it. ' But when, Miss Bettie, o'er thy face Jt saw the bright smile stealing, X thought thou did'st possess the grace Of ope of God's angelic race, And felt jut then like kneeling. But, ah! if such a thought was wrong, I hope thou wilt forgive me ; For by an impulse pure as strong, A captive I mat led along To look on thee and love thee. But blame roe not, though I express Myself with freedom to you; ' . , I know you do not like me less For having plainly told you this; Indeed you do not do you? &Publie opinion, so far as we have an op portunity of learning it, demands that the Legis lature shall, immediately on assembling together,1 pass resolutions instructing our Senators to vote' against the repeal of the Fugitive Slave ...

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 December 1850

BBHOCRATICBANHER; if" yptrtHTO BT A.j.flCKEXI. TERMS: SiaieeoiT.pe'BI,umiBa,vance, " 160 If aot yaid wilbia three months, - - - 200 If not paid within the year, - - - - 2 60 N paper will he discontinued unlessthe same be paid for op to the tune of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. n m Knmm or lata, fiint insertion. 75 J. ' - -----J- - j P.l. additional insertion. - 38: uv i. Tnrly Md q-jirterl j d.timenU it reM.u- 'United W Stand Divided Wk FalL." VOL. 6.1 V'' LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY,. MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECEMBER30,150. Randolnkl. Anlttliil Tf.("2aV. : Th nicht Wore the duel. SST General ! James Hamilton, of South Carolina, "Mr.su- jdolph sent for me. found bin cebn, but in singular kind and evnfidirg need. He told ma - that he had something U tell me.. He then re murk.d. 'Hawilioft.1 have detejrauoee to reeeiye, without returning. CUv's fire; nolhiD hall in- - - iduce me trf harm a Jinn ef his bead,' I Will not 7 jinake his -wife widow; or' his children orphans, - - JTheir eara w...

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 December 1850

DEMOCRATIC BANNER ' , LOtJISIAIfA. MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30. The Ifext San ate r from Missouri. From the course of recent events, and the po itioni of national men and national affair, the . approaching election of Senator from Missouri, is looked to with unusual interest by every State and every party. It is known that a "crisis has arrived in our public affairs" tint has well nigh rent our Union in twain, and startled modi-rate men of all parties from the lethargy in which they tad skrmbered, to a lively sense of the dangers that surround us. He is no alarmist how who ays the Union is in danger, and acts of open resistance to the laws of the land, denunciations of the Constitution sacred to human liberty and propositions for a dixsoultilioii of our "glori ous Union," are at familiar as household words. It if well .known, too, I hat while the storm has teen brewing in the North, and gathering in the South, hurried on by potential voices of design ing demagogues, patriot voices h...

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 December 1850

u MONDAY MORNING, DictMBtk 30th. Tfee old Tear out the New one in With this number of our paper, closes our la- ir for the vssr 1850. Before we will address our kind patrons and readers again, we Willi Nothing of particular interest has occurred tojV0" are hereby notified, that Elizabeth Pl.immer oton the new year, and turned the 'mark the progress of California. . The cholera lJ' ..... toih .ni.... Tim tmt Wn.ihas laid many in the erave in this city. Since its miame i i ""-j- r i ..l.iiiii.I.Mr .(t it plninir. less atwc"""" ...g., -v o ' ly slow gate along, and those or us who are not j ii n in readiness to take a proper start, though ; we may be like unto Genius with fiery impetus.ldo not average over 8 or 10 per day. This mor aseendingthe temple of fame-we will also inu prostrated in a great measure, the bus 8 . .v , .liness of the large cities, and consequently affec- like manner be outstripped by our more tardy i . . . . mmnanions. dillinnce and SDulication, and left far, far i...

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 December 1850

DAY STATE MILLS UOGS WAiNTED. Fresh Arrivals AT THE JEW fBEiP DISH STORE. . THE TORNADO! WONDERS HAVE ALL CEASED! THE subscriber take this method of inform ing the citizens ef Louisiana, and Pike county generally, that he ha located himself at the store house loraeriy occupied oy ut. wise, one door north of O. C. Tinker's which he has refitted, and filled with a choice selection of goods of al qualities and descriptions, such as Prints. Alpacas, Movslin Ddains, Marino, y Ginhan?g, Ribbons and Flowers, ' - ' j fiats. Caps, Boots, Shoes. 4'C, :., tVc, and I would say to Democrats, Whigs and Free toilers, that the time has come again, when the winds of the north and the piililess storm of winter will sweep in all their tury over the land, when the human body will require protec tion from the chilling embraces of old Boreas; you will therefore find it to your advantage to call at ray store, where you will find the most splendid and fashionable assortment of Clothing ever offered in this...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 January 1851

BEMOCttlTtC EARNER .. - fVSUS HW BY ' TERMS: giopy,PrBnu,ni,iaTai,c' " 160 If Dot paid witMa three months, - ,- 8 00 if iwrfn.M irlthin the Tear. - - - 860 ' TtenaoerwHi be discontinued unless the same he pail for op to the time of discontinuance. ' .'. HiiMtl AaTCniasna Twr lines or less, first insertion, Ease eaeitioaal Insertioa j - - - - 75 Yearly aad qaarterly advertisements et reason able rates. Aveote for tb Banner "S'. F. Murray, Bowling Green. Jlhn LI Tribble, Spencerburg. Dr. John C. Welborn,. Frankfor. il'Dp. Nahan Vannoy, Vannoy'a Mill. i?R;H. Johnson, Ashley. .. O. Minor, Prairievilla. . A. M. Thamas, Paynesville. ' S-.1 iffvd,,Md J Clarksville: ' 4 Col. Wn' Nalley, J . . Col. Jas. H. Britton, Troy. - u ' Dr. Yf. B. Adams, Danville. . CoL William Priest, New London. From the Home Journal. D1TORCE OF JOSEP.HIXE. Napnlen had become very strongly attached to his little grandchild, the son of Hortense, and of Ma oroiner, Aiouis, ine rung oi nuunm. . nt boy was extremely bea...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 January 1851

! BK1I0CR1TIC C1NNER LOOUAJTA. MONIUr MORNING, JANUARY 6, 1851. The Legislature. For Dew under this head, we .refer our readers to the Telegraphic Dispatches, to be found n another columa. In the Senate, it will be seen that an or ganizatibn was effected by the union of the Whigs and Benton men. After coalescing like loving brothers, they proceeded to di vide out the offices, giving the chief Clerk ship to Wtn. G. Minor, a rabid Bentonite, and the post of assistant Secretary, to Rich ard R. Rees, a good and true Whig. Mr. Myers, (Whig,) was also elected Sergent- at-Arms. ; The other two clerkships were given to Bentonites. Thus, we presume, is effected, at least in the Senate, an alii Oftce offensive end defensive between the Whig party and that small faction ofdemo trals, who undertake t j sustain the treach If J of Col.' Benton even in the camp offree- Jjoilism , and whilst he and they are denounc jag all the best patriots of the Union, wheth er Whigs or Democrats, for their latee...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 January 1851

TiliEGlUPHIC DISPATCHES. Z MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. -T JxrrfW Citt, Dec. 304 r. m. Tht Whig Caucus met and adjourned last night, without doing any business. It met again ltamormTi at 9 e dock. On motion of Gen. dark, of Howard, J. B. Crockett was called to theehalr. end Mr. Steele, of Henry, appointed :retary. Spectator were excluded by a reso lution to that effect. The first and only business done, was the nomination of a Whig candidate for Speaker. Mr. Campbell, of Lafayette, nom inated J. B. Crockett, of St. Louis: Gen.CUrk, of Howard, nominated Gen. Watkins, of Cape (Girardeau; Mr. Black nominated Benj. Tomp kins and Mr. nominated General Clark, of Howard, Mr. Crockett requested his nomination (o be withdrawn, assigning, as his reason there for, that be desired to avoid, as tar as possioie, all causes of division in the Whiff ranks. His Destination was then withdrawn. On the vote between the other three, the result was as fol lows : . .v. For Watkin 27, for Tompkins 17, for Clark 7...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 January 1851

THE TORNADO ! Fresh Arrivals CAY STATE L2IIL9 AT THE 1 r;STr. lllll' I . WONDERS HAVE ALL CEASED ! vTT"iHE subscriber takes this method of inform' B irwj the citizent of Louisiana, and Pike ooanty generally, that he has located himself at ua store bouse lormerlj occupied by JJr. Wise, one door north of O. C Tinker' which he has refitted, and filled with a clioice selection of goods I all qualities and descriptions, sucti as Prints, Alpacas, Mouslin Detains, Marines, ., .. Gingham's, Ribbons and Flowers, i ; , -..Jrf. Caps, Boots, Shoes. -i. r; : . ire., fa., and I would say to Democrats, Whigs and Free toilers, that the lime has come strain, when the winds of the north and the pittiless storms of winter will sweep .in all their fury over the land, wlien the human body will require protec tion irom lire chilling embraces of old Boreas: jou will, therefore find it to your advantage to cau ai ay store, where you will find the most splendid and fashionable assortment of Clothing war ese...

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 January 1851

PBH0CR1T1C B1BSBB ' rVtUIBBD IT , . ... TERMS: ,? fingla eopy, per annum, in advance; $1 60 IT not eaio witnie three montbt, - - .SOU It Hot paid within the year, , - - - -' 2 50 HepapeewiH be discontinued unless the tame Ve feH f ap to the time of discontinuance. !;Bt(H( Advertising TeJtVlsjes or less, first insertion, - - 75 Cuk additional iniertion. - - - - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisement! at reason able rates. Ateats for the Banner 1. h. Murray, Bowling Green. Satin L. Triable, Spencerburg. Dr John C. Welborn. Frankfor. Dr. Nahan Vannoy, Vannoy'a Mill. R. H.-Johnson, Ashley, tt. Minor, Pfairieville. ' Al t. Thomas, Payneaville. 2-.PwliffSrrdnd?CJark.Tille. Col. Wm. Nalley, J Col. Jaa. H. Britton, Troy. :3ff.S!i",l0-a-- Or. W. B. Adams, Danville. Col. William Priest, New London. EXTRACTS FROM GOV.;KING'S MESSAGE. Gentlemen of the Senate and Htuse of Representatives: The period hat again arrived when the representative! of the people are required to assemble and consult to...

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