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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 January 1846

! of C l ::! o! Hi.- . s s ' of r. ornor .-ml io.uio to the fC I I l.'I V ... ' n-it ') ..- I, .1, I -. -ii. Tl uo it. r ra- CONSTI'll'lfON j ;.' Ar Slut? if Missouri, made in ,-. - j ;,, at Uu Vity f J,ffers;,. .1. D. IS 15. 1 (Concluded.) j AKTICI.L IV. Of 'if Kxfvt-Ct PaWf. Section 1. Supreme Executive l'uner shall' be vested in .1 chief magUtiMtc, v. ho shall 'el . , styled the eovernor ol ti e t le of Missouri. . -t Jv - sec. 2. The governor shall Lc sit least thirty eari of age, a free white citizen oT the l"i.it,.-,h States, and shall have been a citizen of the I'ni-' VOL. I. j ted States ten vers, mid of the slate of Missouri. txl least live yeir nest preceding h.s election, j r- -:- ' - sec. ine gmvniwr Mian i.oi.i nisi-.ta.-e i.rv,L. four years, am! until a successor bo duly elected ; 0 and qualified.'' He shall 1 elected in the man-;,,,.,) h ncr following ; At the lime anil p! t of o'.ice; t':it..!. for members the house of representatives, ti c s.v. . - i , . , it . r .....

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 January 1846

tv all-1 ililJlllilK'SS. . 3. i nut t!;c people have t..e rsg.il S.'C. peieeably to assemble lor tm.-ir common goid, anil to a))' to those vested willltlie powers of govrnntcnt for redress of griev ances, hv petition or remonstrance, and Uiat t'leir right lo bear arms in defence of them selves an 1 ol the State, cannot be can stion .(1. sec. 1. That all men have a natural and indefeasible riirhtto worship Almighty God see. 17. That no r.r pu:;tfnl law, nor law impairing the obligation of contracts, or retrospective in its operation, crn be jmssed: nor can the person cf a debtor be I x 1111 lor licbt !.ller lie siuul nave sur- i;iii nsorn'o rendered bis pro rtv for the benefit of bis creditors, in such manner as may he ro- scribed by law. Sec. 1 l;at no person v. no is . coious- iv soriipdotis of bearing arms, ran bej compelled to do so, but may be coup, liodj one representative; tbc county of Monroe shall have two rcprcscnlativ es; the county! of M mtgomery shall have one representa...

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 January 1846

n F fi f R T I f R 1 V V f j eij-We are not disposed to mcild.'e with I JI U t Hill I ! .1 ;i h u ' r ,; . , pn Hi,,,!,,.,,. I 1 1 1 1 ' J 1 1 1 ai I I - f.. L'.n th.l I-i.'ifAn.' r. i rrn . y jbvthc Rmuerwbv.hev ..!,!,(! St. C,aalcs aJCat,wnfrotn Bedford should certainly have SUIlalllO JIMII.I l.tV I'tC ! li'IlllM T.U.IO I. UllVelltlOll. St. Charles Advcriisir. i c do lint obioet Id Si. Charles, we only prc !er Vi a: re;:ior. and we think we ran assign food !;:. :--l:s far our J : i i .-1 : t : t i . We - hunch dep recate any t:isi-itNsii-n upon this point, ami to pre vent it. w examined liir.rn:'.'!i!v the ma;i of the , J l il t and our pen. i! r.-sled mar arrenton. SATURDAY MOUSING. JAN. :?K H !;..,sfi.,-m,i.r;j.!.ieaieeii.re of the Distii.t. We I'liittil, si snJDirrl.- UT Several communications have hecnj III) AD II E A D & F A G G, .21- unavoidably crowded out. TIic coininuni-;'"'"tM ol Laic, Jamks 0. BnoADiiEAifund i.j. r.c:c, navinir associateu uiem- ' i! a' ' r il.. 1 Ml...

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 January 1846

III) f 3D Tut Majpai!c and Ti:r English Lai v. . j'f Thedegiaded position of female m China .Wflfni. Jjg"- :" ': f jgJa known. Nolhinz aster-i dus the China-men t - 7V.T --"Si'-'"''' I KUVWll iViii- - .:.:i..,.x.Uiitl llnnn Ivnncr SO 111 1 1C II 1 ) U VS... UOI iiiiimi.' ' - i the deff rente which is paid by our country uieuj . . ...Ll-l. .1... l.iHr.p tiel ladies, anil tne nosiion w mm m.- ..m.. In luili! ill KOl'il'tT. TIlC Very Ser- " tsIni expressed their iisiist sit seeing our ladies . ui(1 lioiv mrii can so fsn forget their dignity. Ai voting English nun lint recently took Ins youth- TTIOi . 1- i ' full wife xxitnhimto Hons Kr,r.!r, where the e"H rc . r - .,. iflT t, ;; I 1 were visited by, a. wealthy mandarin. !;! 1 ,w.V "-'wir v' . latter, egarded the lady attentively, and seemed 7'.M - v. i" M I to dwell with delight on her inovemen's. hei!M,rnor j M.'in and ..larcet . r it-, -t. fae at length left "the apartment, he said to thej0 po5i, ,i,,. ,,1.! imrket p.ef.) " 1 husband...

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 February 1846

iiil flfflTr a r ffi CONGRESS. Ore gun Question. This s ubjecl was still agitating the lower Louse of Congress at! the last dates from the metropolis. The ap-j pcarauce of affairs squint strongly at ai rupture between '.his Government and! Cireat Britain. Our readers will recollect' ---: . r -. -..-.-:z.: - thatiu ISIS pending a negotiation bctweenl-WOR & MURRAY. Editoss. J Term: the two goveruiiiciits it was agreed that : : the sottl. j i .i . i ,V()L. 1.1 postponed and that in the meantime our. J minister agreed- that the English shedd the waters! h,"r "- Since tliftt thro no ac-wavc wonie s'"f' t 1 .la advance; ;2 50 in G mos.; ;3 end year. J. F. THOMAS, Publisher BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COL N TV, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEB RUA1JY 7, 1S46. NO. 43 have the prh ilege of nnvigaiin ? the Columbia. . ami every pebble cn l.cr'resentati-. es. all mill admitis much Let; e ail is ours, and yet wc ui.tN-r the new than (!: beee.i'.;-e Ei cr r.i.:t..n.- For the Banner. i!cJS;s EdU.rs: Alter con...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 February 1846

$1 OMIT It BANNER. ....... r ii 1 i'liifn. irr stniufiJin'ln, tre jail. W)A NG-G R KKX. M I SS( )l H I . The agitation of Ireland, the difficulty with j Messrs. Minor & Murray: You will America, and the scarcity of bread will air please announce my name as a candidate consnire to the aid of the anti-Leaguers in tor the Sheriffalty of Pike County at the Ithiscontest. They will be headed too by j ensuing August election subject to the de ' some of the most popular and talented men tision of a Democratic County Convention. I in the nation. Russel and Morpeth are of Very respectfully, themsekes a host. But whether with all! JAMES A. ROBBINS. ! these circumstances in their favor they wffl.Bowhng-Crec.,,Mo., r eb. 2, lb.6. ! be able to overcome the tremendous major- j 'itynow arrayed against them is still prob-; 'i,,o;.-fl With all our hearts we pray for STATE OF TEXAS. We see it stated tlmt Texas is divided into 35 counties. Galveston is the largest city, and Houston the next; Austin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 February 1846

MEN OF AMERICA The greatest man, ''take liim for all in all,' of the last hundred years, was George Washington, an American. The greatest metaphysician was Jol na than Edwards, an American. greatest Natural philosopher was Benja min Franklin, an American. The gratest of living sculptors is Hiram 1'owers, an American. The greatest writer on law, in the Eng lish language for the present century, was Judge Story, an American. 'Hie greatest orators now living are. (May, Calhoun, and Wehster. all Americans. The greatest of living historians are George Bancroft and William II Prcscott. both Americans. The greatest ornithologist is John James Atidoliou. an American. There lias been no English writer in the present age whose wol kshave lien marked witn mure humor, more refinement, or more Til K LOST ONE. a stramrrr will hp coiniuliYi tr 'race, than taose 01 asiungion 1 rving, pause occasionally and to gaze even more ear- A rorBAix rnoM the crowd. 'Alas! the love of woman! it is known To be ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 February 1846

u 3 ' III ivvi ; tik i GAME AND FISH IN OREGON. I)f. Wk.tc, writing to rome friend in this Stati ft t fromOregan iri5t the annexed account of the game and fisH in tJoit ngu.it. V.c con l know. abot-the suoscd right" of the Indians there, as, " regards tdkh'u then Salmon Trout- but rather incline to tl.e opinion ifw cover g t solar west) tthatwe ahi.il !i:gapnf fv r f r their, muscini nl i C-ji!:c? s-t l-at and risk the result f rtl.e infring- iiient: "The admin 'iioi." s;ivs the Doctor, ''have been in this river (Columbia) nearly two weeks anJ the salmon will soon he i'j : and they con tinue in the riven. until late in August. A handsome view in: l-o had in t!ic summer 01 heir attempt at le .ping the fall I'nm the bridge in this wid the island, which isjofc.t long. nuiroxv channel I have seen them darting bin's from thcwaUr. fifteen feet into the air. jouhlili"' themselves a;ai!Ut the rocks; or hurri ed hack by the fur of water. 10 or 15 -t a sin le glance. The Indians tike Lnre iii...

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 February 1846

DEM8CR1TIC DINNER. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED TERMS OP TUB BJMER. $2 in advance; 2 50 at the end of the volume. No man's paper will be discontinued unless th Kesularly on every Saturday Morning Hy JOHX r. THOMAS, 1$owlin-Grees,Pike Coistv, Missoiri S. F. MUMMY, Troy, $ Limto.s. same be paid for up totl:e time of its Jiscotitimi- M IN Oil it MUKUAY, Luitors. Terms ? 2 in advance; 2 50 in 6 mos.; $3 cndy year. J. F. THOMAS, Publisher auee CO.YCHESS. On the 27th ult., in the Senate, Mr. Breeee, from the committee on pub lic lands, reported a bill directing the Pres to sell the reserved lead mines in the West ern Stales. Mr. Fairfield called up the bill for the augmentation of the Navy, when Mr. Hnnnegan moved his amendment, to apply the proceeds of the public land;: re ceived during the List year, to the building often additional steamers Mr. Fairfield then rose and addressed the Seniite in a powerful and eloquent speech in favor of the bill. In the course of his remarks, he said he thought...

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 February 1846

3D face iis covered with blushes, jiiiind as to the conduct of the great Caro- And itis Fr.mk.' eoulimied Hurry, '"i ou dojlin;an. We may do him wrong, wc shall be not deny it; ho then is my rival,' he added, an- pleased if we do find out hereafter that in , crrily. j this one particular vc hn.'.e done liiin injus- I did not say .n, me uuj quiet j ... ticc. If we mistaken in t!ic sllspicion A BO LI T I ON' G I H.D i X G S. In the snoeeb "i ts:ts iii an upon t;,c Ore- CONGRESS. On fie 21th, the Senate did not sit. In "mi vucstion, Y.a snvs that if ward jes cor,i?;t'ie House it was decided by a majority of the pemdo . f the North v. iii lie compelled 105. to 79. ihi Mr. Cabell was not entitled to def .nd i!:c til . Slic c inaiiduilhief.-nd to a scot, nao bv a majority of 100 toS l, herself without aid f"om the North. Andjtliat the contestant, .Mr. Brockenbror.gh. from -. , i.. ni. line. . Mi. ta.Ao.t ia i-aii.-i, .., , . . that some secret underhanded riot is urg- longtran acquaint. a...

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 February 1846

TOKENS 01- TKi)MRNi:sS. jdicyare of the same connexion vith ylr, ii!Cic. lor M:n devoirs as Lort r! .". ' ilani:enri. i:,..,.,. ;;i i r. .n J' , 1 . ... 1Uj U; .-'lis WisK ii wi'J. nation, save at the cai tcr to li;e subject of 1 Jtatt!css j rove cc.tj-.I:-1 dors as veil rs io the 1m "." i Vr i.Tn no ft.trtt-';.-.-. 1,-,.: rtv,.!'n.l ........ I . . - . . I ' -J i '- ilj'.::s'la:cr:t ol ier.: . f i iit-..i- i.-M-M orcane'i icrtii mere uasci:ssi.,n fi.r a non's mouth. But It. wars nasi than th t-.vo.-r ooiti m t;-, ..r.i... . , r ' ... . . , - r i- :i - .... 1 .... 11 " M ' Ji;il re a- p"s.mc i.ias. .i.r. l'oiu s course w.li be tfov- '.d lb.ror.vr.tcv. TV -real A r. ,. ... ... . . , craey ( M i-. .i !,,.r;or..1 t.eli::e.i ll ir. y, 1 Vi.:. lIKili'.-.s v e ii s :t Unol. uicmau wants r..iyf-: enicu vi iy mitcli by the views of Cor.grcsr vhiih if t!:i? siiIijv4-,.iiKl so far as the Senate is asani ex-, cc licensed, it is very well understood thai ' I ! : r r i r . t.Mie.ao v lews in ir. ...

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 February 1846

u If DISTRESSING CASUALTY. Ontl.e 20th ult. near Brunswick, Mo., tmes O'Fallon Keyte, oldest son of the late James Koyte, a promising youth of about 18, met with an untimely end. A servant wa falling a tree near by; and in at tempting to leave the spot, young Keyte ran immediately i:i the way of the tree, and was insianily crushed to death! lie was the hops cud pride of a fond mother and numerous friends the heir of his father's virtues; and this sad event is afllictivc in the extreme. Glasgow (Mo.) News. TO SARAH. HV. STRAWS, JK. Oh, I am sad, my heart is full Of dark and mournful feeling, Sad thoughts of happy days long past Are o'er my senses stealing. I thiuk of friends who once were kind But oh! how changed are they, Wheneorrow came I went to them, But ah! they turned away. It was not thus in other days When golden store was mine, And I could make parade and show In regal splendour shine; TTien friends did crowd around, Which I was proud to see But when my wealth was gone I fou...

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 February 1846

II U If BEH0CR1TIG HUM. PRINTED AND!-1 BUSHED h'vgularly on errry Saturday M truing, By JUI1 r. THOMAS,. Bowuxc-Grku.x, Pi sr. Coiniy, Missoi ri. X. P. I1OK, Bum liits-s'i t't si, ) s. r. Minn iy, Trv. 51 En UNION AM) 1IAKMOXV. ' in Under this title the Union of the 15th nit.! makes the subjoined very sensible remarks MINOR & MURRAY, l-;,iTO;ls. eowling-greln, -J J? Terms iniuh a: f.'f r t N N iu u: (i i!ios . cmi '. ear. J. F PIKC COUNTY, M:S:-OUL;, SATURDAY, IT. LRUAKY -I, 18 -r THOMAS, PruLisi.KH NO. Go to which we give our thee: fnl approval and; Messrs. Minor cxMhiray: Mv tltention1 thi: i... i ,1: . ...1 ... .. . recommend most heart.lv to our rea.lers.-i""-" u".1 "u .u Ou the :0tl, ult., Mr. 11m,,.-.,,, I, - ,1 . o. benate, movi-i the foil., v. nor -hi .11 m eu.m j a ami m.me nt ill ........ I... 1 14 I. ..1. :!tnr !?i,.'.i.. in !.ic (kttiHi.'iI ntii! imnnw-,' 1 1 ... I . ., , name is mentioned Jt 1.111 1 ll.I l UlilX-3 U 1111. v I I'Ulillj; l i t...i :..!. .1...4 . I I I...

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 February 1846

0 " . , !.. c...,i..' 5.,.f. Mr. R.did not appear D KMOCRATI C BLUER JjJZXZ lZZZXZ, . . - -i- .V." "1'nU' J, we sf.sn'l IH i-uy, we f-JL" lAVi.IK(WJlU:KX, MJSSUUHI. i"UUC 7"'V :crc certainly1 IcUd so, and named Mr. Carroll. After the comm than I SATURDAY MORMXtJ, FEB. 21, 18-16. ji cal'ed on V.'m. English, Esq., first, bnt he j would not accept tl iRVc, I could then I ,;...!: el h'.! two of; rritliall bor.iditwould.l rejected. We do not conceive that we arc called upon to subject it to this test. After viewing .ill the circumstances which surrounds the new one 2nd the consequences like to follow from its rejection, wc ere required to say whether we oi no i'hk " -l i ,,.,.,i .,,,.,-, ; rejection, vvc are rcquircu 10 s.. ..i and tie entire strcnrtli of t'.:e partyjrocT-ipc of tin -., 1 i-l'cO, as ia, L-iH take it w it!i all its imperfection or do worse? tOBFRT II. ALLISON, of Buffalo.; U -r.-f c.,:r-o, thc t..rce c.ist n. gc.it.e-l onrselvcs upon the eld cue which the A VOTER, jiaen w...

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 February 1846

commenced that striiiriile far liberty, thc-yj Ff'i'.M Al.'J) :-K :Vi C I liaJ, as entlemen s;iv, counted the cost,! ' 'J' had numbered the ships and bayonets of I il.. OF TKAVKL- .lili;iU.rv i.vst. the r.-is V:'.c.rs of Lritih r.Hu-. rl and a brut ;1 soldiery; now t' ' e.u.ifti! walk for! i;v vu.. i.. .AiiiiM:R 'he aged, they ouns; and the lovely, win re l';itfcr j i Mr Mnwi ii RiiiOBiia Kic liner: saw no- aim moiuers t. tneir ill e cms 01 uic ir ci their insolent oppressors, vv here vvotihi yoiijthiug 0t ti e city on our approach, es it rained, boys vvnothen complained to ('cn. tiase. of tin have been. Mr. Chairman." Instead of pre-j and was very ('ark. l gavemyselt upl reHee-,w!ii.oniestnifii.-,n ul their su.w lulls. leli; i- , a , ,. . 'ion, while w e i!t v.-nhi!;e, ia the cars, vvetclihtrllhcm in virirl lanp.u.tffc. the scenes of the past, and; slum", .is i -...,.. .. , .i ... :, v.t ii.. 4-ii :: l,.;..i. i . i i ..... i. ,.c i...i... i 'me i:rc inim uu u.i..l. : i uu'imiv it:u...

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 February 1846

u Tirr Jv&tt GREAT " ..... Sll Mnrv ISBm CITY THOMAS H. dYF.U & CO. -il 8 1 r 82 IMPROVED WI.lIOD FIXH'tiU. rgHK subscriber lnts purchased the right tn I soil the Improved Diamond Plough in the ttitmi ix T I" :.n.1 RF.TAIL DEALERS ..,,.:., ,.r i;i- 'Aioni.-omcrv. and Si. Cli:irl f Y AV V GOODS, Grocer fct. ft.. Every one who lias tried the above ii.ihuhI pU-iiuIt . r..: M .vl..i Sin'i'U. Si. Louis, : immtli:'ti'1v become sutislicl VUl 1111 - : 111 11113 IIIIIIIH ' XALD. I lis p-.:irr c i ii ted St, lis i-n.l 1-Vr Pariieuh.rs !!. 7. ls-;:. Till: PUBLIC is respect fal'y informed that the hor'sc McDONALDv.iil st-'.nd at my place and i.t Iliswling-grcenthissninrra.! l i st Mood iii ti e I :n- I.Tiil-l En.-l:::i -co I.:!- JOHN. X. . ni!:!. ii..' wvm. to I l bills in o'i'et-me. lll.NDEUSON. &1S ,k (rF Rkal Estate, (opposite the ..Id market place,) are now reeeiv-L,- ;ts ,Trcilt s,"M.riority over every oilier plough ! OTH T. is here! y gr.cii. that il.e iii-.M-rsiL-n-in large s...

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 February 1846

II PRINT!) AND PFELISHLD Regularly on every Sat'trday Mrtiin,' n? joii r. t iio.ii.t, DoWJ.i'.-d'Ki.rN. I'lKi. Ch-mv !V. P. Wi0:I, :m fiitrj-rrcn. !. F. MMJltiV. Troy. (.Y4. K-'i-n-lij'x s,H-.-h r::r,'u!cJ.) SPEECH. 0 n s thill, ,t tiring t!,t t we're Months' ;,;; . . rwinnti.i: e " in t ocvpcrvr -trA tT. M tsf tr:-jL r-jfs'.- ' . i irvz.z-? i - a"--. - ett? ra iiiiisiiEgfiii a must -fefifi IT a Kir ek: --sdll -a a MlAUiv MLlnx.M, Li.ixoas. j itrnis !; in advance; f2 CO in C mos.j 3 end year. J. F. THOMAS, ,, ,.,iEf. kvir i i Dr.ivi -tn-T'x- ,--. . i,v"" J w.ua-i.iu,!, riivt. i.k.n Ni A, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18-16. jTtililS OF TlflJ BiSAER. .f 2 in advunt e; $2 50 it the end of the Yolunit. No man's paper will be dif continued unles-44 " the same be paid fur up tothe time of it discontinu ance .'1 IDVERTISI.VG d.,ne t-ery Lw.J i AH letters on business nuist be tlm paid." NO. f,l and every furlong thereof, been stained; htn,ian:!y ha-, c their 'ares turned towards : dread...

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 February 1846

i 3D DEMOCRATIC BANNER- "Unite,, rrc stmi.l Dili led, tr full.' MjY M MMi U FKX, M ISS( )U 11 1 . OREGON AND THE NOTICE. We can hut congratulate cur readers upon tho passage of the notice to England to annul the -joint occupancy of this territory between the two 'overnmeiits. That which a short time ao was uncertain ami precarious is now no longer doubt ful. The notice will surely he given, unless the Senate reject, and the question settled at once. It has ever seemed to us that the iriviui; of this ijU'sliiin. . . 1 In flu m:ititiir 111 lilil.-h Wf rj-t Iiiuii.:iiiii j .f A fl 4 T N V k .mi .1 ike to Know wnvi - i --- i it is that we can never get a St. Lows J "; without the loss of Mood; Lvi Jv.t ,4,,, per by the Wednesday mail. If the tr.-, ,f wpran iC wh(,lcI,v p..iCi.-il weekly Reporter is mailed regularly there, ; ,.()(! ,,,,.',.,,,; is ... . i - U 1 1 is cert.unly great ncgiigem i. sou:c ....-- limmiltorj;,i; ,n Wecai,n..t brine: ours. res to le ,,r,mriv! nmv anv.fi THE licvc...

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 February 1846

THE SONG OF A FELON'S WIFE. BY BARRY CORNWALL. The braml is on thy brow, A darkjand guilty spot, . 'Tis ne'er to be erased 'Tis ne'er to be forgot. The brandjsjm thy brow. Yet I must shade the spot; By God and man drained; But not by inc thy own. Oh! e'enjthe tiger slain, Hath one w!io ne'er doth ik e, Who soothes his dying pain That one am I to thee. RINGWORMS. These unpleasent complaints ire cured by washing the parts alfecloJ in vinegar which onions have been pickled. in s OUR COUNTRY. Seventy years are scarce ly gone by, the alloti-d yens ol in.livi lu;tl life, and within tii.il time a nation lias sprang into ex istence has peopled a hemisphere, ha spread its cmvass over every wean has elevatedits name above every other people has cmq'iercU me wilderness h is peophd the desert has plough- el up the waves ami the rivers, and carried in liWte- i.mi-p. commerce, arts an.l civiliz a'.nm in to the remotest latituics. History presents no such similar spectacle. Such a progress of a hi...

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 February 1846

0 Large Sale of Valuable CABINET 31 A K ENG. Tit "SECT ID THE A- CRE.IT Saiui Louis! 1 1 ; Alt 4 unr'vr. -SSaiSS? C J T V Tii()!AS li. YF.K iv (U. ' HOLLSALK ami RETAIL DE.II.KRS LY J)HY UiOlJS. (inrtrm. eft. tel.. . 1- .i .111.1 . . i rarnrr 01 mam :inu .iiarKCi rtreus, m. jouis.' . j , (opposite the old market place.) are now '''"'"i'".,.!!;,! th, ing large supplies, wl.i h i! i y v iii sell e 1 v low ;;T(! ,,lt. . fur t ash. j l; 1 j I! OSS CO YY I K. j ' s.j ddl !:, Hh'iDi.i: . j. -n u. in. v:.v.s m. 1 . 1 j i cr i h 11 n s , HE prepared t' execute miv l.iti i if ' i lk in their line in 1 Ju im-.-t applet cd style.- 5 'jf Spill. iindcrsim;ed v.-ould r spcotfully inlorii; jj the public that he has "gain commenced the above business in nil its various 1 ranches i.t his ,! resilience three miles southwest of Ashley. :'!'). ill.- wi'.lals.i make to op cr inni.liiir "heels. iC'hi'.ir.-. Js.e. lie Hatters liiieseh t he able to give ilsl-i tii 11 to a I w :u 111..V eive linn a ::! i -....

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