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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 March 1851

. N V DEIIOCRATIfj BANNER LOUISIANA. MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1851. Llictio or Jurats. We tee by oar ex- hanges that several candidates are already out for election, in some of the judicial district in the central and western parts of the State. E. L. Edwards and G. W. Miller have announced themselves in the first circuit. In the seventh, " we count Judge Foster P. Wright, the present incumbent, Waldo P. Johnson, of.Oceola, and . Littlebery Hendricks, of Green, as candidate before the people. j . . . JJ- The contest for U. S. Senator in Califor nia it seems is narrowed down between Col. Fremont and T. Builer King. In case of the election of King, it is staled that Hon. George Evans, of Maine, will be appointed Collector at - the port of San Francisco. ' If-The long.talVed of trials of the Cuban Expeditionists, at New Orleans, terminated as expected, in nothing. Being unable to get a con viction in the cases tried, the Government Allor ney entered a nolle prosequi in all of them. So...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 March 1851

D- T; K. BitTT.Tbtt'yo)rog gen- JgsaiH hubetn tmoog oi .few days, on a IyfngUit,M anJ ell who hve nude hit aeqttiotBCe regret hit udden departure. Oa bit way borne, he nay atop iome time at Prairiarillet at which place we bespeak for Mn a warm reception by our friends. We copy aa extract concerning him from the SpringHeW Spy: ' "The Dr.from our slight acquaintance, and hU gentlemanly bearing and conduct while among tu, we believe to be a gentle maa of worth and merit, and well worthy the confidence of any community. We hope wherever he goes, he may meet with that' success and give that satisfaction which attended bis sojourn here." ? Gen. Tom Thumb and Jennt Lino Yesterday the gallant Gen. Tom Thumb, who has just arrived from Mobile, did not rest from the fatigues of his journey, before be proceeded to pay his respects to and take leave of Miss Lind. who was just about ta leave on the Magnolia. The meeting of. the General and Miss Lind was very cor. j dial am) interesting. The Gener...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 March 1851

MANUrACTORV DR. 8. P. TOWNSEWD'S oMraom riTXcr er S A R S A PARILLA, Wdr Mid HI caving of the Ag. 7 Jsif nfnirMf M-dirin, in Ike ttWU ! This Extract is pnt np in Qimrt 0ittl ; it in Fix t'rn ehtviptrr, pitwwiter, rhl marrmotd Mierinr b any M It rnm .liveasa wiUtout voaUinf . purging, uckaiung.or Jfliilitatmg Ui Patient Ttat great beauty and tnperkrity of tbU SanurtarilU over all br Madicinaa in, while it eradicate dneaie, it uivigurataa lit body. It it oot of the vary beat - SPRING AND SU.MMKR MKD1CIVKS rar knnwa It not only pahfiea the whole y em w& Btrengthen tfaa patsoo, hot ft ereataa, new, pure and rich blond . a power ttoaiieail bv am other Mdiine. And Urn I the rntnd aectct of Ha wooderfnl qf cr It hu nerfr.rmed witliiu tlie lat two yean, more than taVnAa uiwred thouand cnrea of eererp ce m Alt , at leat M.000 wei coniidered innnrahle. It lot aaied tba iirea of ama than 16,000 children U.e tUree ft tteaamui. mm of GnrrT Urtitltf jr auid Want of -:: nerTooa Kaet-gy Da. 8 P...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 March 1851

V ' y s r ar 1 t, yifatllBlB BY . .. , a.BWeeo peveaabmjln advance; :. 4. $160 If iMt ptid WitBM'tttTee'menths,. ' - - r 2 00 rritiM within (he year, . - - 360 Noy eper will be diseontlnued unless the unt be paid fer P " aiaconunuanee. ttates or Advertising. twelve imes or less, first insertion, - 75 WaadlUonalinseritdD,- - - - 88 Yearly tad quarterly advertis emenU at reason sBIeratei. J. WiIUaksV T.i.WituiMS. J. WILLIAMS & CO., BGALEBl III .... DRUGS MEDICINES, PAINTS, BRUSHES, OILS, PERFUMERY,; CONFECTIOH- ARY, DYE STUFFS, &C, &c., : Draper1 RoVt Water Strut, Louisiana; Jlto. ' TO Prescriptions carefully compounded. October lit, 1850. 16-ly. Look Here, Farmers! 1,00k to year Interest! ritS thousand rrafted Apple seiom principally A winter fruit, but including varieties from tbe earliest to the latest, and such only as have been successfully cultivated in tots climate, lor sbio oy T. STARK & BROTHERS, 6 miles west of Clarksville, and 8 miles south of v -Louisiana; ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 March 1851

-MJMCUMI BAMBR i ., ,, MONDAY MORNING, MAK.CII 81, 1861. 'i: it ; ., This election is to coroe off on the 14tb irjst., end tiete i scarcely any talk about candidates for1 the various station! to be filled;-' Is it possible that nothing of suffi; ' c'ient importance to-elicit some , interest, is .likely, to, come up . belore ur city authori- '..tiil during, the. .present year?' -.The ques 'tioa-'of subscribing stock by the city to bsild 'the Plank Road vest, at present in contem ''ptatiqn',' is ontf'that should be Idoked to by .our citizens., ;i ' .. ' .Since writing the. above, we understand that Dr. S. Wi Bnckner is a candidate for Mayor. The Dri is a young man of sound, discriminating judgment, with energy and luausiry-siuncieni m quality, mm ior aiinosi any, station,,, , We are glad be lias. consented to permit the use of his name. 'Attached to no particular clique or faction, lie will administer the affairs of the city with an eye single to its general prosperity, and the advanc...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 March 1851

r ; 1 V ta lekrn that the Br. Hampton L. Boon deoarted thlslife t b!f residence in Fay .tt w Monday !t.r His death was sud ep and unexpected., , in all the domestic cid aoeial relation he win model of rec titude and propriety-T-M,ehrisiiBn,he wai latere aod erdset end u a citusen,abeve nnroach. The Democracy of thia State, end of the west, eregwatry indebted to his pen and hif talents, and his real. He leaves en interesting family, and a very large cir cle of devoted friends to : mourn bis loss. Peace to bis ashes. Times. ' California ,F asking. A. letter to the Journal of Commerce, says: Mr. James Horner went to California four Tears ago, by the orerland route, witl bis family, from New Jersey, and located himself on less than one hundred acres of land some forty miles from San Francisco, and hit farming operations, in ,1850, are thus minutely given , He planted 130 acres of potatoes, which vielded 35.000 bushels,' worth five dollars iter bushel, being $175,000. He also rais ed or ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 March 1851

'Zili'i'TSi 1 ' 1 IU awaarjrT Ut-c,l.fc. MAMUUCTORf OR. 81 P. TflWHSirfD'S GARSAPARILLA. Wenicr mat BleaaSaaj mt th Ae. . TV Mat eatrearaVaeri JbaM Ot Wrrll! nit Extnct h m as in e.aert BatOeet tkrii Uam aaeeper, elinaaiir, aaj m maul laperiar aa my mid. It caret Areata wilixiat reeuliag. farjiee;. "'t ereebUitatiBr, the retMat The great tiiut) ea4 npttMIr ef thto Saraperilti erer an 4kw ledKieaa ia, araUe H ereaawtes diinii. it i(anM tlx ne nUNO AND SUMMtB, MEDICINES a i T i ; It t aaiy aailSn Be whale irmei and etranftaeni the mn M 11 areata. Ml. can aa4 rick Mood : wirat piiiini I e an etlaar MadiciM. Aa ia tali Uaa the (rani Mont af Ml wiaaiirafwycil It en aerfenaea1 arithia the hut twe yean, Bare ttabajM haaSret taoaaaad earn af amr cam of all i il, at aaaat, M KM -are cnaaiiarad iaeerabla. Nuian tha k m al man thaa IMS ckildrea the tkm nt Manna. . lOOMO aaaa. e Baa art OrMtXtj mm waM r arrraa Btneiar. Da. ! . Tmni BenaMrille hrriaoratai the whale intra aanjaaaatty. Ta tat who ...

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 April 1851

u 1 :t . Steeoey, eertJWpm.in advance, - .. u If not said within three months, - 2 rr ..t..ij withia the yetr. ...'..,- S No paper will be discontinued enlesethe same bo paid for f t0 Una or disc onimua nee. : Twalve lines or lets, first insertion.' ,' -' -' ?5 tr.t. ifititlons.l imeriton. ' '-. 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at reason-'; . i . Ike Effect ! Plaitk Bosdi - A eorresnoudent of the Chicago Tribune, gives, upon the authority of W Kingsford, mutineer on the Hudson rivet railroad, the following facte, showing the effect of plank roads, on the trade of towns, end the vara of' the rotd as an investment: -vm But the most surprising statements in the book referred to,relate to the ettect or plan rbadMa the trade of tewns and the value: ol property along ineimnea. xoo ruc over e roaa or eleven miiesieeainB uioai banv. which was finished in 1849, has in creased 11( per ccnt an forms nlong the line SO ner cent.' in value. A road from Fonda to Lake Caroga, in Hamilton eoun...

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 April 1851

aaaBJJfMiSMSB I : ' r v V - nnnAVlrt l B lfl'tl l DH nnl W..,.l.AIltoU.to- PLANK B0AD MEETING. I , , ,imtl . , NM1jMMi:i BANNER ixOittur M0BNW6, April 14,1851. "': 7 ;"-'"REMOVAX;'"'-1'" The Banner Office has been ' removed from Main to Water Street, in Chi building lately oc- iSThe proceedings of the Plank Road meet- inz will be round in another column. We are proud of the public spirit manireeted in our city upon: that subject.,, The proceedings show a lib erality and interest that - will do much in for warding this great Improvement The people should pay some attention to the views suggest ed by'the second resolution ; let every interested lection of the country spetk out assemble in mass meeting and devise such ways and means as may enable the company to commence opera- lions. We hope the people will attend, and bend every energy for the success of this great work. - Old Bullion. - .We seeCol. Benton is again in Missouri, ss we suppose, to carry out with Lis uual vindic tive spi...

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 April 1851

R- Trravh toVuS. Lovi Prut IX XW r. , with Mthn . -M ... Tll 'lower its temperature sufficiently to Eli. .... Knnfrs Tin uuuji ; . . a Dim ot ice io lora on ine insiae 01 jj.rsare doing well. increased nt! of irold to expectea w uuB ... coming season, bntltttle rata has fallen, and the want of h has retarded operations. After 160 ballot for U. 8. Senator the Convention adjourned to meet again on the r..n.n The molt nrominent candid- T. B. Kine and Mr. Witherel, whigs, and Col. Fremont, dem. Atone time King lacked only aix votet of election. A great deal of feeling exists, and tl.a ques ts will enter the next political campaign. n. the 3d Maroh two steamers, the Sau- ta'CIara and Hartford, lying at the central wharf, were almost entirely destroyed by fire. The Santa Clara cost $10,000, and is almost a total loss, there being no insur ance. The Hartford is damaged to the ex tent of ft 10.000. All on board were asleep when the fire took olace. The bodies if, two ni were found burned 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. — 14 April 1851

u 'O0 o I Kt X A . - ' OFFICE MANUFACTOftV DR. S. P. TOWNSEND'S . MWn arraacT er S A a.S AF AHILLA, ' ' Wander and Bleaatna; of Utr Age. 71 mil earaer4taere MfdiciMM t'a lee IKerM ! . Thi Fxtrart B) aaa apia Quart Bottlea; it fa at ihaee cheaper, pleaaarter, and minted eapennr to ant eoM. II ram tlhweae without rumiting, purging, araluung. ar debilitating the Patient The grot betY end eoperioritj nf thb Sanapanlle arer n ther Medicinee it, MI H eradicatee diMJa, it ineigorate the sadj-.-; ttlaaaCtkMiy bMt . . ' , SrJUNO AND 8UMMEB MEDICINES vat knoera : it not enlr pariaai the whole ajreteaa and etrengthene thapenoa, bat it areata, new, pore and rirh Mnnd ; nret HN D mm tuwr atenerine Jkwu in um ia we xreau t wourM rqeoeee. It hM performed within the but two of it Bore IheTTlini aaaired aanaaad care ar aarera esee at . at leeeL MOO were eoaeidered mcnrtMe. it mm earad be lira at Man tfcu 1,00 eaildree the three peat eeaaone. 100,000 'mm' T Seereral Dreamy and want af . i ' 1 .t1 i H...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 April 1851

: ' ' nBHOCBATH BASHER II . : - - j IK lOUH 1, i - . I ... ... - T 1 , ' - . : U J ....- " . A. J. PICKETS. . TERMS: Si,ie copyper advance, If not paia witbla "e month, -ir not vaid witbia the year, - - $1 50 2 60 No ptpf wiu" discontinued unless the same bs paid for opto time or discontinuance. - Rates of A4Tertislne;. bSaltaritoT, -8e .,0n'- - - S v..,1rand coarterlv advertisements at reason- blontet. I THE SUMMER BIRDS. Sweet warbler of the sunny hour Forever on the wins; I love them a I love the flower, 'The sunlight and the spring. They come like pleasant memories. In aummer' joyous time, And sing their pushing melodies, A I would sirg a rhyme. Id the green and quiet place, When the golden sunlight falls, We sit with smiting faces. To list their silver calls: And when their holy anthems, Come pealing through the air. Our heart leap forth to meet them, With ailessing and a prayer. Amid the morning's fragrant dew Amid the mists of even They warble oa as if they drew Their music d...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 April 1851

J Si y DEMOCRATIC BANNER . LOUISIANA. MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 21, 1851. REMOVAL. The Banner Office has been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc.fre" and the V0?' against premature action cupied by J. Richardson. bt.b. ... !,.-.!. wK7- Th. Anril m.mh .,nh valuable iuurtal has UK" "U' ---- . - U'gr' already acquired as a medium of legal informa - tion. The article on the "JVeure and method of legal studies," will be perused with interest, It also contains the usual amount of useful mat ter in the "notes and digest of recent Jimerican decisions." At the close of each No. is given a notice of all new works published on any branch of the law, with remarks on their respective merits. This No. is embellished with a steel engraved likeness ot Mr. Livingston, the editor of the Magazine. We should be glad that Mr. Liv ingston would send us the March number. Editorial Cha-ge. We see by a late nunv bcr of that inflexible and sterling Democratic sheet, the Metropolitan, th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 April 1851

own estimation, and in the opinion of the civilizd world. Boston, April 15 p.m. The Hon. Daniel Webster is to make a speech on Thursday, at Fanuel Hal!. Harrisburgh, April 15. Both Houses of the legislature adjourned to-day. i . Washington, April 16, p. m. Major Donaldson, of Tennessee, the new editor of the Union, makes his address this A. M., Father Ritchie having retired from the editorial life; it occupies three columns. He says the compromise is a tower of pit riotism.and towers above the ordinary spir it ofparty. While he has the editorial col umns of the Union under his control, it will never become the organ of any combination of aspiring individuals. - The National Intelligencer to-day con tain a letter from E. Riddle, of Boston, the American Commissioner to the great exhi bition at London. NewFiriyJDollar Gold Piece from Cali fornia. . Yesterday we were shown a very beauti ful fifty dollar gold piece, which came iu the Empire City, from the house of Adams &Co.. San Fra...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 April 1851

Ill 1 1 M , A 11 ."J. ur r iki OR. S. P. MANUFACTORY TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA. Wanlrr him! ttleeelne; of Mae Ago. rv.. ... ..j .. v.. U.J.iH. i. M'.i M Thie r.sttart is put no in Quart S.ittlva iltiiiii lr elieaper. plesunter. aod mtoiW alienor lo any . n cure, "eo j :.t...t ..ma.n uirviM ..i-k-n.:. urdebilitatinirltie Patient.)" Without vomiting, linrging. icliiii:ie;.rdebilitatinirltie Patient The ftrest heauty and viiri"rity of this aaraarilla nm tl other Aiertieines ., ,iule it ermlicates disease, it invifoniles the bear. Rkmo(lli very hot BPRINU AND SUMMER MKOICINES wer known ; it not ot.lv pnriloi the hnle .) item nl ttrenrlhecv tht person, bet it creates, w, are awl rich Mmvl ; a power llimimlil l5 nn other .tai-ine. Ann ihi. 11. the grand eeeret vjf iu wonderful eowete It .ea peri-rme.1 within the ioat tmt em, more tL.lPoiie honored Uuinm.il r urea of eerei raaee of lUtuS!, et IWV B.M.IO ..IV cm .mr i t-'i iir.iwK i... tha lives el" more tlin It TOO children the three uut hwm...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 April 1851

y tiTORATlC BANNBR fciv , riieuBB BT T TERMS: fmf&eo Pr aumin advance, If do fas wltaJa wree months, -If not naiawftWa the year, - - $1 50 200 - 3 60 No piper will 00 discontinued unlessthe same be paid f af arj1 muwu uiaij"uf"" ,'V.JWei-C AdTertisInf. Twelve liaes or lesfint insertion, - - 75 Each aaflttioaal mseriton, - - - - 38 jf rrf and quarterly advertisements at reason-abstf-rtes.' - ' " , from the Columbia Statesman of the 11th. . Plank. Beads Their Cost, &c ' The foUoWing letter, addressed to Mr. Hinton of. Rochport, was read to the Plank Road Meet ing in this place on the 29th ult : PxTEisauao. Va., March 14, 1851. Dba a Sin : I take pleasure in answering the na nines received this morninir. 1st, The costs of plank roads has generally I ranged from $1700 to $2,300 averaging 2000. frmHa. w . . . i 2nd. Taking $2000 as the cost, the proportions would be For Timber, about $1100 350 100 100 200 Laying, , " Grading, ; ' ' Bridges, " Seperintendence Lands, &c, " Tota...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 April 1851

DBU0CR1TIC DINNER MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1851. REMOVAL. The Banner Office hat been removed from Main to Water Street, in the building lately oc cupied by J. Richardson. Geo. Clark Whig Muu. &c We cannot ay, in truth, that we are much grief ed to fee the once boasted harmony and party drill of our Whig friends tumbling into a muss. A letter lately written by Gen. Clark, of How ard county, to his constituents, has had the ef fect of bringing on sooner this row in the Whig camp than it otherwise would have been exposed Some of the Whig journal are down upon the 'old General" in hot haste for (as they term it) hi "political heresy." I: is quite immaterial what quarrel they may get up in Mr. Geyet's behalf, or by what name they say call things at this particular juncture, or what move is made upon their political board ; this much is plainly to be seen by every "looker on in Venice," the slavery question is not settled so far as the ac tion of the Whig party is concerned. The Demo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 April 1851

ut ffr4i of t-e president. Iiia deatli-oeo. " "j breathe. . I J More than a qnaneioi "'""'J ' before a siiniUrscene was wiVieSSe.t.. j 'i 'i . m the same d-v, me nrst juoiie. tion, Adams at 90 years of age, and I JeffVr fon, at 83, came down to their last hour IresiemnyIfn,y G,,d ",d 3veT' son, 'd my child to my country." Soon ,f,er Adams exclaimed, "Independence foreter!" and all was over. They.too, had cessed to breathe. Five years after this, at 71 years of age, Monroe ceased to breathe. Five years after this, at 85 years of age, Madiann ceased to breathe. Nearly five years after this, at 68 years f tam. Harrison remarked: "Sir, I wisli you to understand the true principles of the Government: I wish them carried out, I ask nothing more." And ie ceased to breathe. Four years after this, at 78 years of age, Jackson observed in substance: "My suf ferings, tho'ugli jreat, are nothing in cmn narison with those of mv dying Saviour, through whose death I look for everlasting happiness."...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 April 1851

re Aa" a vv i T7.ni I nni'i ::..i i OFFICE. MANUFACTORY DR. S. P. TOWNSEND'S CbMHMJND RETRACT F S A HSAPAHILLA. WMdcr wd UlMlng T the Age. TUa Extract to pit np in Qotrt B4llt ; it iix tre ch wiper. piaMutr( ftfKt warranted aopnftr to any aoM. It cai liaa wttboof vomituif , ""(inf, uckeiiing.nrBbiiiLatinf the fluent THa great beantj and raparioritjr of tlii Sums pan. J over all titer MadiciiMa ia, while it eradicates dueaee, at inrigoiirtee the hod, it to on of the rery beat SPRING AND WMMKR MKT!CIF.I arar knows ; H eot nilr parifiei the whole syeten and strengthen the pereon. but it create, new, pore and iich hint.! ; power paeaaeaed by no other MeJiciua. And to ibw lie the ftn.nd mcici oi aU wonderful occea It faai perfnml u i'lun die .art t yean, mom Uiuthnue hnndred thounnd rum of te.titf rurr nt diteana, at least, 50 000 were cnntiilered .nrniaM- it ha hvC tan liraa of atore than la.000 chiMieu tbe three at fa..m CS ef General Oelilllty ami wtitl of nerroaa rnergy. ttai. P. Taw...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 May 1851

Wr ' ' jfO S T i"TT BBHBCttATIC BANNER utris T x j. PiciE3r, TERMS: i.:i . the year, - - - 2 60 "ffo pper will W discontinued unlesstbe same kjs paid for op wn, m bhcquwuuo. njes of Advertising.. fv.lye l&sf or S1 insertion, 75 4ioal insertion, - - 38 ' Yearly quarterly ad vertiseoients at ressoii eMe'rete. . " ' POETRY. THE SLEEPING CHILD, BTIUOHHDKT. A brook went dancing on iti way, ' . From bank to valley leaping, ', ! : And by its sunny margin lay : A lovely infant ileepiog. ' The murmur of tbe purling stream . Broke not the spell which bound him, lake musie breathing in bis dream 1 A lullaby around him. It ia a lovely fight to view . . , 'Within thii world of sorrow, .,Qae spot wiifh, still retains tbe hue , Toajt Arrth.Croiu'heaven may borrow, r , And tuci was ibis a scene so fair, . Arrayed in summer brightness, And one poor being resting there Oue soul of radiant whiteness. What happy dreams, fab-child, are given, Toeast Iheir sunshine o'er tlee ! "What cord unites that ...

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