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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 April 1846

DEFF.XCK OF THK COUXTIIV. L O t .'l ? at: oflh, V.iU Sinks: rms '2 in ;i Iv ini'y; 'J 2 F. MURRAY, Euitoj. bowli..rei:n, rik'K COUNTY. It was u wise maxim of the father of his country, that '-to he prepared fur war, is one of tflli most ciucJcnt Hit-allS of l.rKrr, ;.., " we should '-rem. ir.'jer a!-o. t!i:-.t timelp disburse-' merits to preturo for dar.ger, freipirtirry prevenf ' much grester disbursement t. repl'it." Tiio'S, general oldiir il ion to perform this nut y is ere.t ly strengthened by fad known to" the who!. world. A controversy rcsp Milium the ();v;:on territory now exists between the Tniu-d .Stales) and Great Britain; and whihi .;, far as vc know ; me relation o Uc Later wi'h ;.!! I.mvpoan the committees to inuuiro and report what I I)F ITil f) TUP rniu- nation, are ot th ,,st fIC charMer i- m- i.,rca.e, if ,ny, was neccss-iry to hi made ini iVm luni-'rv ' 'ai I ! r king unusual r.nl exl,-.o,.Ji!1;,rv vrmamcits ::.-! the ni!i(,rv and naval J, fen. es of the country U ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 April 1846

HMOCRITIC BANNER. We are glad to see that Halls has select ed her delegates to a district convention. -''-.ff iUnJ Dili lt!, tic "UiiittJ, v:e BOWIJNG-G11KKN, MISSOL HI . SATURDAY MORN VS(l, WAU. H. -n. -...-v... f n..r naner will be'some teps in advance of the party, watch- Ar -- r , - nod to command his march to issued in me town of Louisiana, W e have Md Tk..ju,t;. ;,.trn,Tnap.siin such as ! determined to make the mov e irwn mc nope , to emb aru "Good luck, good will do credit to the couuty. Tiirj hav !0f doing better, both for ourselves and ourjjHCk! exclaimed the old man, good luck, nominated Major Priest lor the Senate. !frieIK Our opinion has not been hastily, and a safe home again, John, ye warn o I . J . , . , i. . .. .. i. . ..- i. ji;k.,. more but Jod blcssincs, and that ye may lhe Major is a good democrat an., a r.nSjloricu, Du. w u.eres im u. , ! have for asking; but y. ni.y a, well take man, am! soTar as have heard an cxpres-Uon nml reflection, bespoke or it months too...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 April 1846

of aiij .Fuin! Seitiemeiit. !Srinr Campaign a tre tale. f VV .I""'' lo'unlinfO all creditor or others i.itcrcsted . 1:1 the! .. . f rix-i.--x,w.-. . -Vi :r :V1J.-V u,u lncJ aJI repeat the I worus mat Had given them SO ftlll eh rnnn...i . arntst prayer offered up to the Giver of B"i, man ascended iroiii that humble . 11311c in an in m n 1 . j.- estate; of- Fcter Copexiliavcr. deccaseiu lation in 11,a . : ,uun cons-jthat t the next May term ol tlie Lincoln county ; v. .l" " ".' '."".S- earless let him Court I sl.U make a final settlement of said es - uunK in .iiis liotl. f , bearing peach trees in this part kxUedtothe ground by the seme weather of the pt winter. Glasgow Neg. Tl.... : 1 . 1 ' '"7 "'" """" in thi section of the1 Male alo; l we ..resume h was not the ity of the winter w hi. , prored so destructive to them late as administrator thereof, whin and where those interested can attend. JACOB COPENHAYER, Administrator. Marcji4,.S40. ' Vinal Siutemeiii. I i j.ynar.YDKn success! 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. — 11 April 1846

ft If" v r I, li , J -i S s 3 5 2- B 2 M ff P s o . o. v 3 - 2 - 5 Q 23 ' - -"- . r" i- : ? ; : f r: ; School rIiE Tn.Mecs oft 11 - I?invlirU-tiri'cr.fli:l tre- (.'IIS W'I. inform the ( it i- ol their (iislrut U...I iiicy c n..i'i" . I". Wat:-u. for the mnaiiidcr of lln- year : ;.:i I they feel s..li.-fcd that hr is qiiaiit.fi: . .' .- . ii - . . . : 1 ...... n.UT sallslacnon l. ai: imp imai I""- Soh. ol will commence cm ?.Ioiid:'V , theClli d.u of April LS-K': all that ''.1 mi interest m s:-i rr. L.l send their i ll.!! 'i II. W. W. WATTS. A. F. Til VINE'?. ,T. M. 'IIITIII'RD, ilAl'PAiil's NOl'ICC. VOTl(T,i.!..rn j-1 ed has .a.t-io. !lv Curl (' Sfoiil;'' i'ion . :i the est -'c leeis-'-d. bearing date V iv-'.. iJ'-il tl:. . .! e, tee Clerk of n . ! iters of - i! li i i I i of "E'.hriaiu Wi-htr. f';h March. lo. imi'-'hIous stOC'v. ..-.-. i ik i-ci''ri't'i r r r 9 T.A!" i"'-'-7 11 - ' m . Mi-i'uniilh Sinn: the Ln r gra t II. A 1.'.'.' JOIIY T. .LIJtTLY. .S?. Lours, .Vo. .MOTTO, 'L.-.rt...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 April 1846

'-4-. ?4 4 BEJIOtRlTIC ISIS NER. ... FItlXTLD AND rUULISIIKD Regularly on every Saturday Morning Ey JO UK r. THOM.VS, Loi jstAN., Piki: Cotnty, IMissorui. SIMir.I.r. liMtUAV, iviiicr. lias" fcsiijaaEfca i may ag vjjsij We have been handed the following let ter from a Washington letter writer, to a friend with the request that vc should pub lish it. We know nothing of th dissen sions of winch ho conudains. livery tl S. F. MUr.ilAY, Eum.s. & A - ii. a IvMiic-j $2 0;) la ti mas.; 3 cud ve.n. 0 1 J. F. THOMAS, PicLisHm TERMS -OP THE 3AMER 2 in advance; $2 E0 at the end of the volume. No man's paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid fur up to the time .of its- discontinu ance TjT iDlE!iTISLVG done very loic.T A1J letters on business must be "post paid.' VOL. 2. LOITSIA.V., I'lKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL IS, lS-Hi. XO. 6. i;lhiiJir il-r mea." Indeed. I am iiieiiued Pnhii.i, I'mm siii!,!r, auiiralions, that tlie era.; I .-m.-- J '"'"K .'.xl vi!l iMi',!. al;!v, not 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. — 18 April 1846

fill 0 CRITIC BANNER- SAT s arm-vp 33- "Will tl.e publishers of papers with whom SHORT PATENT SERMONS. wc exchange behind asto semi our papers to JJi SSc cay: Lunbiai Mo., imdead of llowling-Grcen? jJd buttsrily unfold,' ' 3 Ix 'T them to rcmcmlicr this matter. jh We cull attention to Messrs. Ncwm.m iMarkley's advertisement. Thry have ancxcel ! lent supply of line Hoot r.n.l Shops. They are .t ii! i . .. l : m.ti t-r- ri-flsniiahlc . . . .senii! lJOii 'ii;i luiu u ui .iji.-i. . "United, we slawl DiiiUJ, u-e fal!.'' inm. LOUISIANA. Ml:W.)UiiI. SATURDAY 37 Wo arc rtrnestal t- say thai on Monday ..i-m.itKT .....vt '(H)i. there will he an wiiourned . - a i : ..i t r Broke from her wintry iumo in prime o. may. Wlu.t youthful bride can equal h. r array? Who can with her for easy pleasure vie? From moa.1 tu laead withgentle Wing torfniy, from lluw r to l!ow r en balmy t;al-s 1 f.y, Is ;J1 she has t, .:. beneath the radiant .y. hearers Man. in his life time, oxjie riJiiccs mote exatie joy, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 April 1846

"Hp" k 0 Louisiana Market. From the Saturday Courier. HOP K. nr Mrs. l. s. morgan. Though llie clouds of depression and sorrow-To-day may o'ershadow thy skies. Trust the promise of hope, that the morrow In radiance and beauty shall rise. This life is a staleof probation, Of pleasure and misery blent. And hope is the richest doiu.tion, To gladden cur pilgrimage sail. Basser Oi-rirr, April IS, 1346. Wheat, - - 50 a 55c. per bushd: Hemp, - . . 2a$2 25percwt. V' - - - 10 a 20e per bushel. -ts - - - 10 a 17c p. r do. BlCOn, ... -1 a-1 l-LVI,rrr-rfi,,n.1 Colfee, - . . ! a 10c pr lb. Sugar, ... ,st. ,J() Molasses, - . . 37 1-2 a 50 per-al Bar Iron, - - 4 1 -2c per lb. n Castings, - 11 -2 a tie pi rib Nails, - - f; I.!. 7;. ,.. li. Butter, 8 a 10c; Tallow, 5 Dry Hides; (i l-2e;l (Ircen Hides, 3-: Beeswax. 20i: FI:iysi...1 s.T.. .. i ;$1 per bushel; Beans, -10 a f:e per bushel. jl!it I'0!"5 the wealth of existence; I Its sunshine its music its bloom; ST. LOl IS, April V.'. .Still painting an...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 April 1846

r Li r I 1 1 I '.1 i i JVolicc Is Hereby Given HTHAT the undersigned Lis clUunc.l of the A Clerk of the Rail County Court letters oik Administration on the estate of Bu:b r W. Brown. It-ceased, 1'Caririr d:-t" 2nd M'.reh. 1 -!('. All persons in lo' fc.i t, i cilate..rorti; e.l to make irr modi.ite pax iinni. AM 'icv. ing claims against sail es'at. , i.r? rc-ju exhibit them properly r.i:thcr '.icr-itcd v.-it! STATE OF M?SS0L'RI, In the County Curt. County of Pike S '.OV. I'X.-- ste. year from the date of sai.l Iclt. r. w the, mav be precluded irom navmu any ix-nt ii oi .u . t.uef. and if not exhibited wuiuri three j .-r.rs, tl.ey will be forever brrrcd. ROBERT II ACER, Adinhiistralor March", Id If . School Notice. IV FTHE Trustees of the B..xvlintr-Cr.-cr. school J District would respectfully inform thecili-; nf their ilistriot that thev baxe emi-h-vcd In th Wm. F. Watwjs for the remainder of the year 1846; and they feci satisfied tk.t he is qn dii'e.i to render satisfaction to all i...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 April 1846

DBHflCRlTIC BIXSER. PRINTED AND 1'UBLISHED Regularly on every Saturday Mjrnim; BJ JOHX F. THOMAS, LoruiANA, PikeJCointy, Missouri. g.ini'ELF MlIUl.1V, Editor. M fei M l !f5SS! d ffiM Ek 332x ra f35w M la Bi I Q KtAftfia h w m a m " la u Li u ra 1 1? m k m ism mii- m mm 'fie following letter of Dr. Relfe will bo read with interest. We intended tojVOL. 2. have inserted it some weeks ago, but at the' ,, S. I'. MURRAY, Et iTOR. Terms 2 in advance; f:2 50 i:i 6 mos ; f 3 end yeaiT J. F. THOMAS, Pcjsusheb LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1846. NO. 7. time, it was inadvertently mislaid, ai:d af terwards escaped our attention. The let ter is in the right spirit, and will make the VjE'.U CUATIC MEETING. iusii;jit J j public notice a uio-tii!; of the TERMS OF THJ311NSEU $2 in advance; $2 50 at -the end of the volume". No man's paper will be discontinued unlets th . same be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance ' v 'Sti AnVERTISlJtG done very Lno. All letters on b...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 April 1846

DEMOCRATIC BANNER- Untied, toe skind Divided, tee fall." LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25. LOUISIANA. During the year ending 1st April, 1840', the number of new buildings erected in this town amounted to 15, among which arc some large and "splendid brick buildings. The principal items of snipping exported during the same period are as follows: 3G1 bales of hemp, 500 hhds of lo iacco, 5,087 barrels of flour, 1,200 sacks of wheat, and 1,216 barrels of pork. It now con tains 9 dry goods stores, 2 taverns and 3 steam mills, all of which seem to be doing a very fair business. Our merchants have received better supplies this season than usual, and as competition in the mercantile business in this place has increased to a considerable extent, they are selling, and will continue to sell their goods, groceries, &c, upon terms much lower lhan those of any previous year. For the satisfaction of those who may be unacquainted with the location of our merchants &c, we refer...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 April 1846

J-We are indebted to Hon. James H. Belfe fur numeroui public documents. Thu Hirer opposite tftis place is upon a atand, and in a fine navigable condition. The Legislature of Texas bave divided . . -- n- i t-- i tbO Slate Uu iwu ivugicisiuirai uitinciS) by the river Trinity throwing Galveston to " Jg" Will the publishers of papers with whom ire exchange be so kind as to send our papers to Louisiana, Mo., instead of Bowling-Green? We beg them to remember this matter. The House lias passed the bill to raise a rcgl Bent of n ounted riflemen, and to establish mili tary posts in Oregon, with the amendment, that the offices be filled by the officers of the regular armv. So it teems no new commissions are to be issued; and hundreds who have been anxious ly looking for office, arc to be disappointed, For the Bas.ner. Mm. Eiiitok: At tip recent Democratic meet ing in Pike county, it wiill be seen that the del egates were appointed to meet the delegation from Ralls county, for the purpose of s...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 April 1846

10L t YE THAT TIIIRSTETII. TE who are Coatless, Sliirtlcss, Ycstless, or who need any of the Indispcnsibles of life, call quick at the Clothtng Store in Louisiana. Mo. We have on hand a pood supply of ready made clothing, and are looking for new supplies. Call! Call" Call!!! RICHARDSON & DUKE. Water Street, Louisiana, Mo. Jan. 3, 1846, tf. . Of all kind can he neatly executed .':t cheapest rates, and in the best style nt the Parmer ( )!n p. If any one wants work done, such as Blinks fol any description,) Circulars, Cards, Hand Hills. Horse BiHs, &c., they can be accommodated yt this office whenever they cell. Executor's Notice. Notice is hereby given V I "HAT the undersigned have obtained of the U Clerk of the County Court ol nue Lountv letters Testamentary cn t!ie cstv.to of Dnn'wd Troxwell, deceased, bearing itatc :!h Aiareh. 1846. "All persons bavin? claims against said estate, are requested to exhi!if them properly authenti cated within one year frim the date of said let...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 May 1846

P1UNTED AND PUBLISHED Jteu!an.tf'-on tvcry Sdt.trdctit -Mini tig jonvr. thb' LoitsIana',' Pike Cbrs-i V,' Mrssorr.fc 8 MircL f. Tican 1 V, Editor IPltD J Mi Q - From'th'c Saturday Courier. C iX.iK I.E". A C T O N, ;: 'or ... . , ,; Tnit PTZC-KT FROM xexixgtos. ' -T ' ..'r-7 , :'; ... ..' ytt i: . 13GRAIIAM. .-. -CHAPTER I. "If Aiiie enemy hunger, feed him If he thirst, gwe htm drink.'? " .. S. 1 MURRAY, Editor. Terms $2 in advance; $2 50 in 6 mos.; $3 end yeai. J. F. THOMAS, Publisher. VOL. 2. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1846. NO. 8. to harrass the retreating foe, and the rest to bring off the old people from the scene of danger. "I gladly surrender iny charge to you," snidGeOrge to three or four females and It wa ajf'out.9 o'cloct in the" morning. cf'one or two lads of the party. "Convey IQthctAunL ItdOt when a young. maii.'tueni to your Jiouse and keep saiely there mounted oa a.bcauUfrtlly Lmbed chestnut, yourselves till the Jriti-'iarn-,y have passed. "A li...

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

1 'I -f I CRITIC iiiVUR. .... iXfTiV' "United "stand Diii-U-h wefclt.1 .'.iio'.'.cr victory ,ovrtlte Sikhs of Inila. T: e 'tec was terrible.- Their powr is : - - - i . . SATURDAY 'MORNING, MAY 2. and the wl.oie province lying let . LOVMANA, MISSOUHI. ... NEWS FROM EUROPE. ' Sir Robert Peel's bill for tho rc-d.-etio:-. cf the British tariff, had, at the la test r ecounts, pnsscu itssccenrt reading m Gen. Taylor, however, thinking it pos sible thi't Ampndia might attempt hostili ties, changed nis position somewhat on the 12th inst, and thereby withdrew his army beyond the reach of the Mexican batteries, tin Ho - ti' Con mens, and though s'.rong'ht! still commanding the town with Ins 18 opposition wa, apprehended, it was thought pounders nd I the only practicable fords it would finally pass hot House?. We are iiidehted to the polite and atlen tive Clerk of the Ocean Wave, Mr Bow- en, forSt. 'Louis papers of May 1st. Considerable excitement prevails in the 1st Congressional District bet...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 May 1846

- Is THIS MOILNINO'S MAIL. May 2d. By the Ocean Wave,1' which arrived this morning,-' we received St; Leuid papers of the 1st TiM., in which we find an account of the final passage of the Oregon rcsolu tions. The Unqualified resolutions as pass edby the House of Representatives by an overwhelming niajoiity, were lost in the Senate. "'Mr. CriUendenTs resolutions cf a very mHd and pacific tone, looting to nego tiation and compi-emisc, were pa-sed by the Senate by a vole of 40 to 14; Th? rosolsi tions thu? amended were 1 scnt'to the House for its concurrencebul the house by a very decided majority -refused to recede from its position. Thus the resolutions were in danger "of ."falling between the two bouses, when a . committee - of conference was de termined unnn. They reported in favor of resolutions very similar to those adopted hv thj Senate,. These were finally passed in the Senate by a vote of -12 to 10, and in the House by ayot-e of 142 to 16. By them it it is left discretionary 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. — 2 May 1846

csszs S T A-N Z.A S. Vevinsvcr more Bay meet, Wary Years have hare between ui rolled, And hearts that laved us dearly once, In distant graves are cold; An J all the friends pf youth, Mary, The deeply tried and true, . Are scattered like the flowers that smiled When childhood" feelings grew. Our hearts wc rc like the buds, Mary, That simple Nature wcivcs, And our feelings thi-n together run. Like dew-drops on the leaves:' But our hearts have like the bud, Mp ry, Been withered long ap.o, An' feelings like th stainless uuiv, Wp never more may know. r -.: - I know not if your heart, Mary, . Be altered in its truth; Or if it still retains for me, One feeling of thy youth; ' For distance can tfiviuc, Msry. And time can waste 'away The' dearest thirds of love anil hope, That blossom in out way. But fresh and green to me, Mary, Arc childhood's memories y t: And I have wished a thousand limes I only could forge t: But, still those shades like spirit-banc's, Qftmetealfnjr back to me, And nigh...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 May 1846

rrrr . i .. . -c . 3 .-. LovisU.va Pike Cdrwtv, 3hs90ti. J A If E; B O R D E N i , . ) (i iv a.? . ti.. ' i. at 'Mtife d.HotiKE'dHSrl-' ' r si ;j-.- v . Half afl hoot before sanrise Iti the' eariv part of summery"'' horse "ni" wagon "flro'ript up to tLdoaritfl.eiwvJott'Btoderii ' The! occupant tf tivelfiele-was'a middle: a ged, palirllriag'mdnj'attiretfih a sabstahi' tial suit at mespnjiMtfla mcely preseTv edhat, which fcatPbcen'iti 'and out -of the fashion several 'tiroes since lib "first "became its owner. widow ctftri to -the dyer.' "Jane wilr oo:-'feadt!"' in' two -minutes, brother,'"- shetand1 in less- xhanvthat time an extremely '.fr&My, modest looking cambric cape, ada'strav mnet:: triiiimfd with pink ribbon? itfadbhw tiftpvarartt'. "Now, brn'.her,"' said Mr. Botden, "you know that Jan was never a half a dozen miles from Ixjiiie' ihberlife, and knows noth ing about travelling, and you must pr lse me that von win not leave nor until you see her safelv seated inbneof thd cu...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 May 1846

BEHMJMJM'HMH. Untied,- we slxn.l Divided, we faU LOUISIANA. MISSOURI SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 9. SS'We hope that the publishers with whom we exchange papers will hereafter direct to Louisiana, Mo., and not to Bow ling-Green. It is very annoying that our exchanges go to Bowling-Green and lie there a week before we can get to see them. We earnestly beg of those who have not made the change to do so as soon as they have read this. - A little attention on their part will save us much trouble. The "Notice" having passed both Houses we do hope that the almost interminable de bate about Oregon is now ended; and that Congress may go to work and not spend another four months in senseless, speeches for Buncombe. Congress has now been in session 4 months and, by extraordinary ef forts have actually succeeded in passing two public acts for each month. Glorious repre sentatives of a free people; living upon pub lic plunder, Constructive Mileage, 8 dol lars a day and roast beef, what have you done f...

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 May 1846

WHO ABAFAH-IOrTfttT ;THEfaeBinPtl. revival orPblalirshutothes-: . PEUPLli. The senseUsV charge that the ew Con futation is bated upon the principle that the people cMnot be trusted, is made by the New Era, and reiterated by its followers throughout the State. W hen did the New Era become the champion of the people? A trance revolution must have takeu place, when" democrats evince a w ant of confi dence in the people, and those who like the Nw Era. have peen so long battling for the privileges of the aristocracy, become de fenders of the peoples rights. May we not find an explanation of this seeming, change? Perhaps the Editor of the New Era may not know who are the people. We have' known Doliticians who regarded the legislture as the people. It may be that this. is the-opinion: of the New Era. The constitution provides sians entirely out of Turkey, and opens it completely to Austria. The union of uer many, and the extension of Austrian rule over Turkey, involve the revival of Poland...

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 May 1846

ill ; f II! l v i I if I . If 13 111 THE ' I Fame is liks a shaved pig with his.tail greased, '& it is cnlv when .i has shnned throaah the hands Emma had wheeled the sofa in front of of seme thousands that some fellow bvmear chance the fire; and a Charles seated himself he-. holds cn to it. : side betj he was a hacpy fellow. Aiai-I he! had as yet"hly drank the bnbhiea on the! "ECONOMY IS' WEALTH." cup. Emma looked lovely, for the giow cC Was!. sf?rt i wears Them out. When tl.cy the warm coal fire had given abloom to her. get dirty, rub them over with chalk. tisnallv unlp pl:rt-lr l-bi.-h heightened tlie! " lastre of lier dark eve. ' But tiere c me a! A man killing hogs, became vexed, and shade of thought over LI ir ma's brt.-vr, and""? bis -picn,wisr.ejt!icy were in 1111. her husband -instantly . muikej it. ! It jj'dear inc.mothcr, whtitcairfie mean? said a ver.l Oh, little strange to bush ... douds o: . f; wretuU wanti his ; the lint tuaii ' , , . . bis Iieire lady's brow J v i...

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