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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 March 1845

ID)ra(DIB ATM Til Oi: & Ml'RltAY, Editors. "Salts rurci.i, i th::"a tsro. " J. I'SCXEX, ITH!lifeer. LOWLING-GRI'EN, PIKE COUNTY, M SATURDAY, MARCH 51, via: Volume 1. J i j t nul M JFFFERSON. Thc House refused to adopt the Sen- J ate Bill, appointing Assessors for each j leller: i A . T 1 -1 ) I M M E ! 1 AT EL Y, ,. Vera Ctaz, Feb. 8, IbAo. .... j. . ., township. . - . All Uie lints, sw turners, tnicies. A bill establishing another new conn- ! I have only time to drop you a Jew j inccndiar.es, murderers. ' b lines. Nothmir new. Santa Anna is ' . , . . ,, ,. ,y, (Donaldson) the 19th we believe, ZLnJ in- Pcrote, while hi, ents, tidui e,,,, hailo s. b I k has passed to it third reading. This rallse is bcfore the Congress constituted gua'ds, d unka ds, pmihlc.s, !,., makes SHJ. Belter five us four more, in -Grand Jury" at Mexico. He muse t.u.k. rs, ..hers. Im.sv bo.l.es. pt. kpo. k nnd have an even 100; and then Saint think occasionally cf his friend the Tex- rts. vagabonus ihhy poi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 March 1845

1 fi Til 12 HAN NEK. rori'LATioN of st. louis. j It appears from a census cf the popu- j CowIing-Uri-cn.MarclilS-l-Vlatiuii cf St. Louis, taken bv order ofi H3 The indisposition of the Editor, is our apology for the lack cf editorial matter in (o-(!ii"s paper. . J The irloom thiil Iumi" over the conn - Irv as m ihe fate of the joint resolution of the Home i f Pi mcsentatives for the 1 '' ai!iie:ilii.n of Tt-M'S, hut a few weeks nd stronjr iut it -will since, is last i.iapjcnrn:g, an iiorcs arc now entertained that ass that bwdy-ai.d is now the luw of, I ist. "hen the census was taken by an-, 111 resoiuuot, Willi Wie latter sum. thelitisd. Senator Merrick cf Mi.ry-' tbority of the State, the total number rIIis motion prevailed when Mr. Car land, has given b his adhesion to the j 3 U-!0. Now, by the city census ' 'ered to amead tha resolution, so measure, n.uih to the astonishment of, bis ,v!.I.r frJ,..!o it lir P..o..r Teiin., Henderson of Miss-, and John sou uf La., all whigs, will ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 March 1845

of tho ;icis tf 2M.1 and lSlGas ii- quires the record of registry and the certificate ol me tieciaiui.u.. u. in tention to he offered in proof when uinlvin" for admission. Such :ire fir.ivi-i'ons ol the diik-ien? acts of .!. nn. tinn.f. in it. 1 C.-iiJics-'. as """ I i.. ;!. Tin f ;ir:.i 17-i I rnn ' liens, i Tiiee provisions, as they have : ;-:s i.i'l for the last seventeen i III I" I'lV ........ - - , y.ais. without change amendment.! rule of action in nnitcr-, of inte ma il re liberal in term!-.," simple in detail, j tlonal la w, or to draw their principles arid easily understood. A resilience i ol kee government from so dark and l live years within the limits of the polluted a source. If we must con I'liiied'Stales enc of which must J stilt the pages of antiquity, and imi l.e in the State or Tt-rriiory rn whose ; i:ite iheexample of ajes ,qone by, ruiiits ihi iinluinli.ation is soul'IiI j much hetter vould it beeon.e us to with proof ol :.e ue cf .ifion of ii:- teuiion matte two...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 March 1845

JOE SMITH AXD THE DEVIL, j fear and alarm, till ali liic world is i CONNUBIAL FELICITY. f Concluded. . ready to arise and ciush you, as if Mr. SIan; used to say, "iny horse, ; you were a legion of Sampsons, coir.-,'mv bovs." Mr. Slang" now invaria- them; and that so far from tins I de-; munded by Bonaparte. This, 1 1 hlv savs '-our horses, our bovs," or ii v t!:e principle of u roan's working I think, will be more successful in put- j-iir farm." This substitution of our luir icles, eiliier real or pretended, as , ting you down, than the ignoble ! for my, l Mr. Sbin: was btouoht a a proof of his iiiision, r.:i l contend ,cui se J have heretofore taken so j bout thus, that miracles, i! wrought at all, were j prepare for the wornt. j Mr. Sl'm" bad just married a sec- wrought for benevolent purposes, Small I care as imic lor your jon. wife il.edav after the wed ana without heing designed to con-; magnify mg powers, as 1 have here vinee the unbeliever. Why, then, j in!.:re don.-tor your ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1845

ED";: TIIVOR & iTI U It RAY, Editors. " SALOS POP C LI, SCrttMA Ut XSTO. A . J. PICKENS, rJMter. BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1845. Number 7. Volume 1. i 4 i ? S 13 THE BANNER. NEW COUNTIES THE CON VEN- TION. The organization of new counties at 1he present session, is destined we ap- t,,l i U i ennrn at p-reat trou- Lridiciiuf w " - -- - lie and irriUlion in the Convention to whom to altriDnie me mame. m-iaieu assemble next winter. The equaliza- place, standing as she does, the acknowl tion of representaton, was one of the edged emporium of the South West a principal causes that led to the call of city grown up almost by magic, upon be Convention to remodel the Slate the irontier line nearly of the State, fill Constitution. But unless we are great- f ed with merchants, traders and Iwisy ar Jy deceived, ftwiHte impossible in the tixans, congregated from all quarters, nature of llii gs, to make representa- giving every sign of peace and security. . tion mor...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1845

r. V m l i n ? recti. ...llWar. "13, 1 S 1 5. Ttrr wirmii "s,reo - - - Jinnunuuni.i?a ur PRESIDENT TOLK Thw able state Tt' ..I-..., !.cnmo.,,Wi,,hefo,,nJin,he.nner - of to-:V-0nde hesitate not in ex - preiirr tie conviction, (hat every Ueniroratic uter in the Ui.ion. x,. fll n. mefrrm.-.s perusal, with foelinps of - .loynmlprqt.fcnlion. (hat he has aided in " j; s. "e u,KneM rmce ,n c:....i.. . .... . . v CI ferr..tUcn.rV1..fl! L.!.t paper of il.it!.eraeter.prii.ci,.le -nore in eonconnrre with flip TJefnorratie spir- :.nmA J .r ii 1 tv. ard cannot be (no oDrn impressril , ' up..:i fJ;r reople. The CTercie bv the , 1 neiierol Oovernment of no doubtful nnvcr. .T.d a strict and ri"id construe- , , .ion of the Cor.sritnfin,a(rord the safest -t"flr.irtV to the saf.tv f the Union, nd the indefinite evpac-ion "f demo- ' cratic principle. lie eiitorceshis views ,.' on this sub ect Willi crcM slrenplb, and .... .. ,.ii admirable precision. On th Mihiert of . . . the extent ion of our territo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1845

free government, and involve his . purposes, it is not donbful that the country either in anarchy or despo- tfeb which has grown out of the cir-tis-ii. He would axlinguish the fire . cuttistances of the last few rears .f liberty which warms tnd animates ! may be speedily paw on the heart ol happy millions, ana in vites " '''e i:ittons of the earth to imimie nur example. If he say that eiiw and wrong . re committed in the administration, of the goverti uient. let.him remember that nothing human can be perfect; and that un der no other system of government revealed by Heaven, or devised by man, has reason been allowed so fiee and broad a scope to conib.it error. H.is the sword of despots proved to be a safer or sorer instrument of re form in government than enlighten ed reason! Does he expect to find anions the ruins of tin's Union a happier alxwie for our swarming millions than meyincd. 1 l at they ill do so, as soon now have undn ii? Cveiy h-ver ol j as it can be dime without-imposi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1845

GOTEBKOB'S MESSAGE. Concluded.) a clear loss by asking the United Stales to tax us, to raise the money, of 78,124 dollars. This is n unpro fitable operation for a people capa ble of self government, and one M whibh 1 should very unwillingly snb scribe. If this tax is p iid !y our selves, then of course we ought not to submit to it; if paid hy others, then it is very unjust in us t.i ask it. This great disproportion in expense continues in the expenditure of the money, as well as in ihe collection. If the work be done IV the State, the officers being at home, and imme diately under our control, win work cheaierand more faithfully: if done by the United States, their officers and hands will charge from two to ten times as much and not work so faithfully. Congress cannot judge of improvements to be made so far from home. The members know nothing of While river, or Grand riv erof the Nortr,or of the Pes Moines, and before you can learn them any thing, the old Congress enes out and a new...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1845

tHOU & .lit 16 IS AY, Editor. "SiLVi POPTLt, (UrBCMi tt Sift'i 4 .-i- UOWLING-GREEX.PIKE COUNTY, M'J., SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1815. Vol tunc 1. VlllV 15 AXXK !. THE CABINET. have Prent of the Uni- Mexico. "Fudge!" It i said that Al been ma.le Dy me ' , f ini.ipr t Wash- ltd States, with the advice an d Consent of the Senate: Secrecy of Nte- . , n Secretary oi u.c " --. wliar . Secretly of War-Wm. L. , Mahct. Attorney General-Jon., V. ; - -, J Masok. Postmaster lieMia:-wvi,u, 1 io Utonci id theSea,e in connection with the above, ; t0 lc Seeretary cf the Navy, but that j ,.in.tin was laid over by the Senate. ; TJi- Madisci.ian says that the Senate 1.. il.rPf liours on .1 Lun .n "Kasin tcfMo" '! rot dispose of the j Tiiii!:1V. but noimnation of Mr. IU.vcboit, as oec rttarv of the Nay. It will be clerveJ that the rumor fO.-.taineJ in our last has been confirmed, ilh the exception of Col. Butler, who is now" sj'uketiof as Minister to Mexi co, these .ippeii'tnu n's appear to us . e ........

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1845

: 1 1 I i ) I ilii 3 14 3o Com Iirt;r-rcen IS-15. TTr A Eill has pissed the lower liui'F? of our Legislature for the re.luc tien of salaried The bill proposes a rocrg other changes to rcilr.ee the sala ries of our circuit Judges frrm $1,000 to $f.O0, j-.er annum. It is evident to any one from a moments reflection that the present salary is low enough to Se cure latent dr tin, tiannli Tl niMa il In iCnn , ., . ... , , . , i J, S00 and the effect will be to drive from . , . ptib'ie service many of the most able 1 ,, , a. , ... , .,, and wor'.hr officers who will be unwill- t : , . . , , , ,. inrr to mvefneir inlli-.i fnr . eel. n Vr,- t-ii. r r- - . muneration. Ve fear that ton many rf our U!?nihrr. nrp v.-nrl-ino f :r nniiiitivji-. T' . i, , . r ., ... , " r 1 ney lose sight of the re;.l interests f.f 4v. .... . , the o'ate, in k mad ambition for popular .,.,. . . .... , , , ar-:!, and are viliinp to subvert otir( lv-t laws and play o-it the demntroeue in al' i s parts, for the sake ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1845

SI .7 If TIE V I-LE Y OF THE MIS- DRAGGING. ' SISSIPPI. I '' n,,t know wl'"n we l,ave . , Isern new? paper tnarping l-etter The follow .ns eluent extract, jsin , followingextract irnpi' i. t....v -- " . flom t.punch." cesoftlio net American :.llev,....d THE WHITE HOUSE TO LET! We heard from Rood authority, says the New Yoi k Eve. Mirror, that Mr?, l'oik ismakine aranuetiiems for riKE CIRCUIT CO CRT, IN VACA-TlON-lCtt Febmary, 1:43. Peter Co.'lo; . ") Heading, d.-eensed, that the under-Hee; uA .,,, lu , FINAL SETTLEMENT. j "jV"otice is hereby given to ail inter ested in the estate r.f Janes G. repair and carpet it, and Mrs. Folk prefers someiliPij habit ibiy furnish ed, even if smaller and at her own cesoi i" i . ""The l'unch lias liltern hunurm lie d.in.wli.es and Us of Ide attend-f wr(t(i)s Cl,nstailtlv CIplov. llBti.?ntl.e neg.eci ot Co.ioress to , They are paid aian'e- mv. '"'.ZV recent "on .L. rate, and are kept in Malls i, a rH.rl.on of : n a dref recen , s ,ade by the U..n. J....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1845

, i. CONSISTENCY. A Sketch from Heal Life. Concluded. Nil. sir; at the en: i "siding in i time 1 vtjte. hi interior ot we ; the! St.i'e 1. 1 Ne .v York. We remove il : hen? bociuse I thou,;',; t!iat in i populous city I could more read- ily fin.i employment mio!i as wnuU j enable im to hupport ui f.imi'y. j J-.:t. sir; it' my brother is in iv.s citv ! win y tu direct me to him?' 4I will bring bin to yon instantly, and, snatching his b:it, the good old man hurried down th str?:" t with nn alacrity surprism-? to t! ose who; knew his age, but were not a ware of j the benevolent ini u'se w1 idi qmck-j f-lC-A Ml"S'i.nj. I" h-ilfr.r. I ....r ! nv : . ii VI r.n t.our lie I.I. e- r ' opr.ni-'d bv M. St in ! bv. aw mh-cd the" brother fi MrsOaWr.e, ami who, h folded j bit .-i-ier in bis nrrns. nrd kisseJ the ' rh,.uL ..r !.;.. ! I.. I I 1.1.-! IZll " . 7 . ?. , , , ; T go I , v ician Z b TI' oflhesuf-partme.it of the "Banner," we deem tf , ,y i.erermav.hy publication of this f M11' -h - owe 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. — 29 March 1845

m i ... . w - j,' JUOlt JUJItRAY, Edilow. A. J. PICKETS,' Publisher- "SALUS POPCtl, SVMEWA LtXfSTO BOVVLING-GltKEN, PIKE COUNTY', MO., SATURDAY, MAKCH 29, 1845. Number Volume 1. i T il II 15 A X B K- LEGISLATIVE. In the House a Bill to elect a public Printer lias been read twice and order ed to a third reading-it will probably become a law. In the Senate, Allen McLnne's nomi nation as RegMerof Lands, was reject .11... c( Ifi to 13. Mr. Kowns- Jar, the new Senator Irom Morgan, lias taken lis seat. Mr.Massey.fromthe Joint Commit tee ot. Apportioning Representation, re ported the bill which had beer. grCfJ upon by the committee which was read twice and ordered to a third reading to morrow. Mr. Ellis moved that the bill be printed, but his motion failed by ayes 10, noes IS. The county of St. Louis ii allowed four Representatives Platte two and all other counties one. The followirg are the Districts: 1. St. Charles and Lincoln. 2. Pike and Rails. ?,. Marr.n and .Monroe. . t- .l.r.,! I o....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1845

T) : ' I jf . Ml Jn-K ISA 3 X ItR;. lCoTCltag.-Grecn....2(ar. SO, TEXAS. It will be teen from the extract? which we puVltsh ttj Jay, that there i a jr'nw inf diipoititn: manifesting itself araonj ,tnejft;ple"V Texas to u jeci the terms of acr.exation which ae cfi C.pr .rPW. While we deeply regret this s'e of Cairt,we cannot blame ;hriu fir rerciv- j im TtflW Vlltri ntttioe ki.it nntl.f VA ' overture) which thoitld of ri;ht hare been made long before. of almost coloni of Texas, lit nerva, uprnng TPicnty, alihough th jrle for indepe intense inteie ii7 tiiLit; ,ii hut. &;i'iirii, ;ii, rirti i then, there was a fiction amm-ff us . ... . . al vassalage, the republic therVltcf Americans ocatnl f .rcin , ' . , . ,' !'"s ,il'y u"' he leim.vej fimn all tu..i a nount of liahilitn.,f T.. v. ' e the fab..h... tale of Ma- " fl'"wo.F.ra. . , 1 x b .'' " '"T 'd u e.l int. Iv-ush Ut.cr.. U uii,on a few j ,yj slnf.e t. -in .i ...... , rroecl. , i o. i-. v I i c i m i i. a ,,.., t ... . . . '.. J...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1845

- . 1 i - t A 1 - FRAME. I, k P.. our Secretary ofj f armed in the C.iit.br.,., re-! riS'thsrin the political .Mooi j wWoch metropolis, public op:..-, 'ilTledJeJlv in favor oftl.c ai-. Vaifon:-Pf--Texan to the United ; State, w.rtw-ith?t:mai.i!r t-u- "'. -rnt opposn-n i.iur.ileete,; ly 'He. We plucv c-iiti.it r.( e n ; em-lien'- this fU'en.ent. as we .m. ! 1 f :r Tim it- Jf,u- rei.dencr in 1 r..iioe, vJoei.nw-..--n th- '.--tnl " i ...te.-ih . .. Vl u,auerot i.ar.c:.:.! imp-M. i.e; ;,!. much lo hi c.cJit, J.r sever-l ear., .ri netTfsi'V cl it.eir csjj.ji uu-it i'.c Tar... Ams:i;;n.ii;li!'-'': "ti J.c cnUfii- t'.e .trv.ier m a cnkdiv S.-d it-ii-.; li.ltex-tva- e :do ti:-.i ' ',s ,r;,n ,I,J -.vine uni mi.n.i'J'.cur .!. .' d"'i.-ts -Alii fjvevttia'.ly t-n-.e . niitiisie: l-.ke the Ritsttir i:tl. srno s v i eralii'. l,'t '.' ii triri. lifxt '-" '' btr, t if. k- i"" ' gov v V , i , T-.e Wa-i.i -it ' Coils i' -i -!i ' . '. .;. :. o .v Mi- LV.i! l'N. : c ."..'.ii eJ '"v i"' ""ii , 1 i ' W,-...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1845

SONG. Lady! why seek troth to plight Where Lot, too, is not sought? Never should cold hands unite. Where hearts are wedded not! Those who join without Love's flame : Mock the holy rite; They are wedded but in naina, Words do not hearts unite! Lady! why thyself wottld'st bir.d To one, in Hymcti'i chain. Ill whom thou dust not lo.ik to find 7A;;y.-"givn b.ick again? r.'Trrt thou pcrc-honce tl--? p-.ne L. ji iiu", L-di ! tnf.v an one - mL shall cuiue to .voi'! Lpdy! thou lr.dsl belter f.ir With the peaceed dead, V ho forever tjtiiet are, Make thy lonely bed, Th '.n ir.vuke th. t ;.;;rf :l cure, (T!i n oai.Mli: i;-'-,:e:) Til,!-. t!:e.-. C.iut ' -"'Ue, - worse, 'c tor.-! t-'l.! jOii'tA'l !tt S. Tiie fill j (Vo i. t'-,e M. Y. Mir ror, u a happy hit at the frequent celebrations we Iiivt t!i-t.iijhnit tin; bind. It purports to lie n "Coh-hr.i-ti nof the Aiiniwrsii t of St. Nich olas by the eeiiiio ( c -!.!. De jit-mjreii nb color ut rr!e!ir:i -ted o birth dav oh o!d Niciiola. e C:tv ll'.te...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 April 1845

A. UW lI.OK & JIUKKAY, Editors. M Salts roroLi, suircm& lex esto. " A. J. PICKETS; Publisher, , LWLIXG-GREGN, PIKE COUNTY, M3-, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, IC45. Vg!uk;c 1. Number 10. i 2J ? i J of MASSACHUSETTS AND DISUN ION Our rulers 1 remember that some ; time mticc, wepokcof a ''Voting Hart- fcrd Cor.ventiot." bung new in aiassa- : . . f ., i i nr.- ihusc'.ts. The ' 1 in presses cl me ; hud altboifh with "ct.tict harp," ,W' s.c eminent peril to the Union, ' couK. sic eminin. pern v , Till) HA S3 , ... ,1 TT-. ' iw!m itc htlr limn I r k " r . . .luictH im ;iuiu I'.ill .will irillillll loe iathemcetsnircf some two doz-n Hot- ndiw..i aUihe., Le-ier u.. I.r. Utl , f w ,, ,,,.) .,,,.,. w ,!,. HrtUrei-d -he enven- samee 'K;,Vitl0se evils will be in curs of South CaroJiua, pending the j bom's d.J. None w.l, be s.ily enonj, j( . t, e j . Ji vuit be in ji.h ' ". In tn.nr.er nr.d opprmre, i crea,cd bv the di!en,i.r "nd bit iVesidcntU elect ior; jet they ".n to suppose thai a Lill could l....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 April 1845

fs? 7 fi1 RilH In ill It Ml i Mil ii V -1 It -Il lit, ID '.3 Sj 1 i. T II R BA IV K R. oxjrfing-Grcen.... April , ISIS. CLOSE OF THE OXE HUNDRED AND THIRTY DATS SESSION. After a laborious session of upwards of four months, the Missouri Legisla ture adjourned on the 28th ultimo. During that period, much business hag been done, and although we award to some of the me.rsihprs nil praise, for the manner in which they have discharg ed their duties, yet we believe that there is but one c jmmon onini.m about such long sessions. In the first ulace. we can see no use for them: aru iccnnd and (most important) cosily. ii wm ue impossible to form a correct T. "11 V ! t . judgment of the benefit which is to no- crtie to the State, frr.m (l is session the Legislature, until the row Rev i one is punusnerj. It ilicv tiavo amen ueuur ueiierea inai iiimsey eiiie ot laws if they have even cru reefed the blun ders and absurdities to hp found in five or six different sections of the old code, we shall n...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 April 1845

I t i - For the Banner. RIVER SKETCH US! .ru. i.'i7, which rear themselves up- .. ;,-..ft,e "father of waters" . .- i. ....tii.1 ;r.,KioTnnr ri ueliinu. n:c, huu sou uwuiuui ''-' .. ...... .;i,i,.j.,r.... J ,,,;,r.n WIlD aii I.CI gimm '--") - , catepipe, cabin & deck, rounds in a J . . i .i i .1,. sweeping c:irvo tow arcs ire anore, ma-ir- 'f . . , . , -.1 , nrui,.,c auoara liieexiui.irauiigtiT,"! .,.. W' .nlntcs the car. as the turns her rw to stem the rapid current which pnoses h-r ascent. Looking back upan P nhniCPt the little village of Clarksville, may be . . , r. . t ,1.. ,ecnt.-.rnun.ireaoneelalM f ... , m i -..nl-o face ci the river, rccKS pneu upuii , - foahei-htalrnost painful to the eye. proaclied Marion Chy, that ,n,..cm In theappearer.ee of these bluffs there ( bubble, which bur.t b.t a fov years ao is something so cran.!, so towerit.jr, yet so! with such losses to these who had. en desoiale &n..ur:fal that the l.u-nanm'i d gd in the speculation. It is in truth ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 April 1845

4' i'.h 1 51' H -if ill '1 m if1 1 i 1! 5 ID 'if THE LOT OF THOUSANDS Hjw rninj llfulij h-jj. Utk and - amitu, Agiinat their cmae'encs-.. When bop lis dead within the heart. By secret Borrow clone concealed, W ftbrink led looka or worda impart, What must not be rernlrd. 'Tie hatd to (mile when one rtmld wrep; To p"ak, when one won.) si ten! be. To wale tvlien one would wish to aleap; And wake 1o agonj. Vet aoch the lot bf thm.in.'n Who wander in tliia world of care And benrl beneath the bitter Mi, 7o aave them from d-p,iir. Cut nature wiits her gunta te p-rr-t, IrVbere di" r,inlmri t csnnnt come; And Time guidoa wilb uiiioring feet, Tne wearied wanderer lionie. IlisccMaHco u s. THE CREEK MAIDEN. BT MART V. SPCNCrrt. It wnssummer afiernnon. and ti e rr.nrmer of the bees eaine drowsily !' the ear. The I'ght wind scarcely s'irred the leaves, and the sea hav d up and fell lazily. On a hold p-o-fnpntory ovei looking the yE'ean. sat a Greek maiden, her evpsnowstrain tnjj ncross the distan...

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