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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 May 1846

SSfMfiiTIt BliSSER. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Htgularlj on every Saturday Mjrning 7 "07 JO"1 x uunis, . XoClSlAXA, PlKECoUKTY, MlSSOL'RI. :fjril7CbF. MIHK.1V, Editor. COUSIN SALLY.DILLARD. BY HAMILTON C. JOKIS. We think it high time that "Cousin Sal ty 'DUllard," "Captain Rice' "Mose" circle again brought to the memory of the S. F. MURRAY, EmW. . ' . r 10 all 'lT7' Teriast2 iaa lvaaco; $253 iii 6 m33.; cm! yeai. ' ; T . ?; -' U. -t..t;tl ... 'j. : , VOL.2 LOUISIANA,' PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 186'. ;f;NOVlC. he or- ... OLD MAIS. I ' JORDAN AN!) TflE DEAD SEA. aenovcrwe meet wita an article, or. .... ' hear a remark, sneering at old maids, take it to emanate from, slime adiHe-pa We i BY i:ai,-ii:i.i.nd.. I. ly Dilliard Chops I hope tlits witness may acred into custody. -.ft.... i nr. Mf.ll. lift llll'a l-Pnif MTtlt llrdn.! .1 !.' 7 r . . i,.s e ""mev, the court hs of the opinion that we jiarratwn at least a hundred tunes, and imay save time bv tellinirtLe witness to fro In It ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 May 1846

JTOJBMjj BLUER United, yce stand Divided, ice fall.' LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16. , For Representative, - 1 WX I C H 0 L A S P . MINOR . i---niE-SPIUlT i) Tttth COUNTRY -k-Behww-giveplace-to the TommnnhnP e an When the news reached Ualveston and isew 4 Western kc, WViiave jadoubt t)f th; Orleans that the Mexican fanrohad riareu lo ir- , that Major tyrju Tolly; ulifcdto dis 4. fK'vaJe our soil, a thrill f esciteincnt ran through, -l.-u, wftfl LVnwKrl. he DISTRICT CONVENTION In oucnarjer of the 3rd inst. we mad -r-r earnest call upon the Democracy . " . evcrv heart. The love ol country urea every . ' . i . - ,"'. limp una ilium fnf i.nldin our Convcntion.4 - . ........... ,.J . r ' recommends him, But perhaps oiiorres r . I lm-ast and aflame oipainouo leeungoursi Jorui .. . And fortius end, atthe request of some ol !m,rt4or the Aiwrlcan-'rtle; The stirring P 1 Jint ias fcrgottea.tlurt aelwtpa lo the delegates and many other Democrats, cM q- U c Uavel11 ewsfor u,e bra...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 May 1846

GEN. ZAoiiVKi i'AXLOi', ' THE TARIFF. We clip the fcllowing car! addressed to the "5 CouinajiiLr of iht Jlrmy of Oftuj..mnn. j One of the great objections to a protect- delegates of tie several eonKties'in tbe-2.1 L'oh 8 etints V tiifih 4hf ffqfltl-!ive tariff's that it cause capital arid labor gisitrtial district, fn.mtbc St. Clitrles Patriot. ifWn soTHwnilftally I?-je pubiie, tht ,u flow into cham)ei9 wl;ich afe Jws ,,ro 'Though Ve disapprove of the ef.ort to Kr tfic i r . , . I 4 - . . 1 1 A -1 . ..... it .i ... there nlay be a general attendance from 'the dii'- ivrcuuuuuucs. j ne great powi io gaiituu is to secure a lull meeting of the dolegates i con vention, rhen let the news be generally lint, the convcntioinvill be held at St. Charles on Mon day the lit (lay oi'June. . ; A CAK1J -fire', expressed by many, by ghiiig'some of .few ihdirfclit?:of .'.is life:.. 1 . t irTr. ayforfcuteVcdthe army in immed'ateJy'Auer the attach on the C 1808. immeditttJyaier the attack on the Ciiesa...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 May 1846

;-". From the Saturday Courier. A TALE OF BORDER LIFE. Sr-JOIEFII HBSDEESON, M. D. U.. l : ..j. i;k i- .i., 'sesseumuenrusue oeaui, u i.. WJ my lot, ID aarlT 10 be thrown, , , ,iL J , . , . k v n ? X ' Wf"V !fe?I-0l! . - ... kn: :..:,!.., -k:.k k.f-J iJ,e l,rviaspirant to her hand, j 2 . -.,.- ,i,:I.lhomaee to her charms eh.. h.d.d with fh aborigines of tlJ :s . o . --0-- - iaRmii, r , & lanatel1 Iroin tli ilamra. to siinuiT in .... .. . ' - . some lone nearttlie puce oi a lowaon, ra. . .. WhiUriX.. n. tl, Srin which bears an impErishablu iiime, near toj h. . r r .i I leh once stood the cabin of LoTan. the eoi!,wnoytn their turn, tor the wrongs - a dUttneuMied young warrior; be- would ever n mender, ilh He mot heartfelt flicted upon them, sought not justice .when,", nSuJ he and 'witr!gn,titu,;,-, his gr. .reus .icrUion, ami pray to the .f . G. N. MeCONAtJA, Alt.rnev and they well knew it was not to be fouiid-butjC Semol.stiation of the most ardent rf-W-at Spirit, wfco was the co...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 May 1846

IT 5 i .1 .t nrilflpn r IIL .'i I ! .1 i i ? .1 -t . ii PRINTED AND Tl "BUSHED Regularly on every Saturday Morning By JOH-V F. THCKAS, Loiisiana, PikeCovstv, Missouri ra r? as . U !r ir-v SIORT PATENT SERMON. I1Y DOW JR. Myhearcrs,if woman be fickle and change able, ttie mca arc more so; or at any rKf, S. F. MURRAY, Enrroa. Terms $2 iu advance; 2 50 in 6 mas.; 3 end yeai. J. F. THOMAS, Publisher. VOL.2 LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, MAY 23 1846. NO. 11. their changes arc more marked and con- mankind, as a d KPiCUflHS. l.oraan is c::an?i!S ah tl.c . . , . cmocracv. It needs onlvl while Brrccaaic i to be understood in thcorv. sum adopted i' "-"''ncss m ir.any . . . ' si.-, KINDNESS. lc.fc.just enough to render her company! I" l ,lI,UCIl0"u ,r l,iC(,r) seablc; and if, with i-r sweets we are ,n Vr"clC(i ''J' a people ..aa Tin following beautiful lines are from a'youth- TERMS OF THE BMSM- $2 in advance; $2 50 at (he end of the volume. No man's paper will ie discontinued unle...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 May 1846

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. United, toe stand DiiLUd, ice fall' LOUISIANA. MISSOUIU. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 23. For Representative, NICHOLAS P. MINOR. For Sheriff. JAMES A. ROB BINS. Wc aic pleased to learn from the St Louis papers that there is a prospect of raising a strong force of mounted volunteers in an ticipation of a call, to make an attack up on the provinces of California, Chihuaha and Durango. The quickest way to make our enemy sue for terms, will be to march a formidable force into New Mexico. Let her territory be dismembered, and her rich est provinces cut off and she will soon abate We have received the proclamation of the President proclaiming the existence of a war between Mexico and the United States, and enjoining upon all persons holding office under the U. States the zealous discharge of the du ties incident thereto. Want of room precludes us from giving the proclamation entire. The War with Mexico. The National Intelligencer, of the lltli, says that the news from the Rio ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 May 1846

CANDIDATES. the supreme .power of Mexico passed intojtaiuinjr a ready and a more abundant sup-'tire military forehand furnishing it with supplies! the hands of a military leader. jply of provision, water, fuel, and fora;e,:and mm.tions of war. Determined to leave nf effort untried to.! and the advantages which are afforded bv! The most cniry,.t;i. ,r,-t nrnr:t m,.,,.,.. J effect an amicable adjustment with Mexiccr'the Del Norle in forwarding supplies to.tIie immediate appearance in arms of a large aud Draper of Buffalo township a I directedMr. S!idelltoprecr.thi':credeii-!s!:c!! pots as may he cstahlisiied in l lie in- "'"powering force, are recommended to Con-lthe office of County Justice at tials to t'.ie Govtrnnu-ut of Gin. Parail"s,'for!or and upon t'.n In.Iian frontier. jeress as the most certain and efficient means of gust election. and ask to be oinciam reccivca oy Jan.) J he ur.v increwouia nave u-- a ic.s ground .jri-onc was man We are authorized to announce Enwis as a cand...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 May 1846

From the Christian Advocate and Journal. A TALE OF THE BOTTLE. Same yean since I was travelling from the state of New-York into the prov Upper Canada, by w ay t;f Cape and Kingston. Between the tw o of the river St. Lawrence we passed Wolf 's or Grand Island, w hich is but thinly set tled. It was in the depths of winter, late in the evening, when I called at an inn. !!: .1. 1 if: A"i:il)t lTF. OK JACKSON. I When vol. are offered a exeat bargain, the val- uieuicme ui mc anoiiunarv s Muiit uu.. t .- r - , , T, , i f !,, tin. iwnnic dolitrhtto ue oi which you I.;iow nothing about, but, which in haste for h.s sick family. lie was return- At Uc o nU,-w est, t.c J S" ilt Pric. "king is ou-" ... x .sn:n varus about (en. Jiickon, ol ins clar-,J ...... . ... r ' ing wim apparent corncern, uiiu was iia- t don't you do it' .... .-..-1 tl'tt , r.iiu.t ivni (i.,. rv . ,,.i, nnif."'o" . . .. , r, ti wen messenger irem vour next door neiriibor mceof .- tll.:..!,!. h '' i d'h 'I11" 1 llu ' V reques...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 May 1846

TV y s y is . . ; t s. r MURRAY, Emma. It X PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Regularly on every Saturday Morning By JOIU F. T13COIAS, LoilSIAXA, PiKK COLNTV, MISSOURI. SAni XL F. xU IJISAV, Editor. From the Banner Extra, of the 2 1th. Bv the arrival of the! steamer Laclede a o'clock this morniu arC 1 II lOSSC-SSiOU Of tllCi To the Editor of the Banner: lOHOWillg EinpOl'tant I'lCWS 1 H,sh t0 answer a eoin:.i:ti;icatioit which A.nn, iUt f w aiToaicd iii jour ;ipcr of tl.c 16 h inst. 110111 Use i Gt lM0vcrlIiC8i3naturc f "Equality. In that jbl Wilich Vi'C J rCMIlslcbi-'commuiiiimlipn i:.,u.-.lity ti.Kf-s vkci ..(ions cd to the ML Louis Era!to t:"! I5oarJ r Tnwtcw f,ir Louisiana, I "b Ei .nccause ihcvoxempioii money on hand, and till bJo-!1 c t ' J ' ttuti Js.l v . i : : . litC SMS TPJIS.OF TII B1PER. "2 in advance; $2 Sffattnc end of the volume. NomanVpaper will be discontinued unless the same he paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance Terms '$2 in advance; $2 50 in G mos.; 3 end ycai. 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. — 30 May 1846

iiiL - K i. ' ! iff i J I: Jf 3 BIN ill! if tl III DPIIA OP ! R1I 1 F 1 V V fl D hvcn unkind, and wc have now no disposi UMU till i I t bl it b U'tion provoke a pancr war,lor of all-,rs B5 J-i.'-.K -J-: r-i "United we staxi, Divided we fall." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 30. AVENGERS OF CROSS. Baltimore will have a company of volunteers bearing this tilli . Reveille. Mr- Editor: In reply to the call of A Voter,' 'provoke a paper war, tor ol aU wars wc dislike that the most. We can not be driven into it just now, when the democra?- lic cause needs the service of us both. If.inthe last Banner, an J to the solicitations ol'r.u- the scenes which have been enacted in an- merous friends, asking that 1 should become a otl her ours THE BATTLES. j river, and steamboats begin to cctry sup plies by that route. Wc copy from tat- New Orbans.Builetinj Our loss about 30 killed and 140 wound of the 18lh, the following account of the .ei. battles of the Sth and 9th ints., that our! , M...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 May 1846

Fran t'm New York Telegraph. J And out of these very necessities arises a c: ivrsv ' i .. -i ijLi.Aiixx. .sinzuiar conscnucnce. u:ai wmie a rsort CANDIDATES. VThen R pirticular idea takes possession era capitalist gets rich out of the labor, toil,' nh We are authorized to announce A. of t!i! public mind, is of a humane characVand exertion of working men, the Southern F. Trainerof C.iivre township a? a candi tcr, and i? realization would be in accor- planters as often grow poor, because thcyjdate for the oiiice of County Justice at the dance with liberal views, it very t-ften en- bestow nearly all they receive on their iilanJonam'i.rr An ..( ..,.i;,.,. early all thev receive on their iilan-'onaninrr An ..( ,..,.i;,.,. lists tae mo. uui nuijdiiu .re-lawons among ., cir colored amours. iJie We are authorized to announce Edw qnently produces u ?rct change m public ; exercise of cruelty tow ards the slave, when 'iw 0f Mo tu-.vn.hip a. a candidate lor affair, lac abo.uion of slavery in th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 May 1846

I V i M i i n is n i 11 1 Si PI? A NEW YORK TRICK. lacAT-ogorieal defence by the assailed. The New York whs, u ij well known, i:v m : of the latter in a state of dcspe urc so fond of amusing themselves r.:;d oth-'ntion, spr:..,;; like lightning at the pane of CIS by published account? of "Yankee i "lass to secure a retreat: Whether thcy tricks," tliat if they cannot find .hen, ready reached the ground feci dowi.watos an. made 'I Hi: DYL'; STRANGER. IiV w. s. w. 'Teas summer's balmj cv'ning, as the sun was CI ding low Ca(iii!; over bill Mid rivulet a rich but mellow jh.w. iade, they will manufacture them out of, unharmed, or whether tin y belong to tl,cjrhiit'a youth, from home a wand.: hole cloth. That the Yankees uosscs::. Ii;.; of tilled or wounded, I have not hcaid., wiih iiae, rcr, lay wasting- a.To'.n TCn'l :iv. "m rr..:,t ih-al efV.ovcr-i Meanwhile the body attacked Jonathan vl ness in t!u: art of trickery," is not denied, it ak-is, which is bt-ii: interpret, tooth Rut that th...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 June 1846

rm p L7? t ki l mm ft BBBB P S. F. MURRAY, Editor. Terms ?2 in advance; $2 50 in 6 raos.; 3 end yeai. DBM0CU1TIC BAMM. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Regularly on every Saturday Mjrning By JOH3T F. THOMAS. Louisiana, Pike County, Missocri. SAMl'El, F. MURRAY. Editor. from the Ladies' Nat. Magazine for April, j ANNIE LYLE. ... w n r r c n R r V. I.i. i :.. i.:.. i :'. -..! i. i. i .i i,,t:i ! ! wrote lone tenets in in wjbii nwij iu msi uuie tin; uuu but uinw: sj vuiiiacem. T Utle Annie Lvle was the angel of our'Annie; lint thi-sc-i;r:u:ually hoc.-, v scarce, ed to lier as if e cry Iiody knew her dis- village world of poetry i . . i !...:' V Heaven and noifoi a world like tnis. i J am tell thim, laugh at' before her, yet sue dared not enter it. Should yesterday. - ' . . . , . , I " 11 .. .1.-1 ..I' I.,., I...;.,,, ... I lx.it il ......rrV' ... -r,. I.., ,..,1 4. .11 ....... t ii.n. n -,o ... wish V0U Could have licar.l ner lane,... ...a ciiisu m i. .. ... ... ...... , ....... .. .i..u.H..-Ui. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 June 1846

r ti ll m i fi if! i ft i! 3 i T I Ml j F 'I I Col. Benton has delivered another most REMOVAL OF INDIANS. v ii jl U V U i 1 1 li i0.V.rfI1i ,oprh on the Oreson ouestion, in! About -2o0 Indies from the State of New Li,;.i. 0., r,1 In fa, or of a;. York nan"! through St. Louis this week, 'United we stasp, Divided we fall.1 LOUISIANA, MISSOl'U!. SATURDAY, JUNE 6 FOR CONGRESS 2nd Distkict, Hon. JOHN of Callaway cointv. DISTRICT CONVENTION. The vote being taken resulted as followsf Pursuant to public notice the delegates Fof John Jameson 13 delegates represent from tiie several counties composing the ing2S74 Jemocrs'ic votes, far John C. Wei- settlement of thcboiind.v.y line on the -IDl'i bound for the !nd:i.i'i crnlory. The com-; 2nii Congressional district, met in convui- born 8 delegates representing 1801 demo deg. ncr where we rib latitude. He stands ncrr. just pany was cowposod of portions of t!,c Sen-!,;.,,, at gt- Charles, on Monday the 1st uayVratic votcs,'andfor James II. Relfe ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 June 1846

John Jameson, a candidate W Cuiiyi-, .. j rt i t-- li in me lecona cionercssionai uisuici. ui',.. - . - ----- u a -Vim .f. i '.-.. is.-:...-; 1..,, ,l,ton rutin! v. a., mi address the cituns of said district, at t!ie't!lc jj,, , iMibcratelv murdered Lis vllVaiai . following places anion the day desitpaloii three 1 hildn-n. besides Jane ami JloSerl Cd'ifi. and. Iiiu.cn others, armed with CItV. r.apc 'tin.; pis - at 1 o'clock M. (toV:) jln.rril-iv mutsUcil .nother child. He t!:.-n set fire tols. I'otitrl.t JM :.:u'.ii!hK, r.nd k:V t. ! them , . ' 'v,.i..l,i ,i m i Jlothe hV:!,-caitdcs-aiK'd.Theordyc;iH.-iea?si-'ni: h-avintr-J'S killed upon lhtjfroui;.!. H r 'A 'il - AtMcxiCO, on tun..sucYtl,c lOlh offorlU iv .hl, is , iisiiiid.r"tai!diiur -i'h':r was run llir.,::-!. the holy with ttennrlie June. jliiswii'c. He was r of the hi. E. Chuivlij'spcsr, sunt his life u.;s;.!;ui;i -esp.-ii-d o''. Cincinnati, Thursday Hannibal, Friday, Palmyra, Saturday, New London, Monday, Frankford, Tuesday, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 June 1846

A TRUE STORY. lathe evening of the second Jay on which Alice arrived at S , a great experience meeting was to be held in one of the churches. Her friend, who had become enthusiastic in the; cause, urged her to go to this meeting, which Al ice did, although with a tecling of recluctanci The house was crowded, abvoe and below. Tli preliminaries usually apocrlainiag to such meet inffs bavin. been arranged, .-t lirief oncninc- a:' dress was made by one ol tlu ministers. A re-j 'No, she is not,' returned Dalancy mournfully, formed man then relatj.l hi experience with! 'But is ready to take tip her vows again. Alice great effect. After he had finished, there was a 'sail smiling through tears that now rained over pauae of nerly a minute At length a man who her ii.ee. had been seated far back, with his face partly ! Before that large assemblage, all stunning, "d turned from t!ie au lipjie. arose slow lv. moved to! iduje, ; the front of the sti A half s u ppiesse J exclamation esc.-med Alice...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 June 1846

IMOORiTIC BIS SIR. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Blgularly on evert Saturday Morning By JO IIX F. THOMAS. Louisiana, Pike Couxtv, Missouri. fiUWltZI.F. Ml-2KS.iV, Editor. FANNIN G'S MEN, Ok, THE MASSACRE OF GOLIAD. 'Blackwood' is puMisi ing a s. rit s cf ex tract from a work "A Cairp.-.igu i:i 'iYx-'ce,-ls ,rJi:i ll,c '"l"s cf t:ie Mexican com S. F. .ML-.KAi', Ennca. 7 l ems $2 in advance; $3 5'J in 6 mas.; 3 end yeai. J. F. THOMAS, Pcblijhkr VOL.2. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 184G. NO. 14 as," which appeared last year in Lcij s".e,;!n-"'"-rr' fr-m the pen of Vonll. Elni-i.iKTr,:i jo".i;.tj; No one stirred. Few of US U.i German, who served through the hi .if but l'e 1!i?r a!i" those who did, would TERMS OF THE DINNER." $2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume. No man' paper will be discontinued unlets the s?rae b paid for up to the time of its discontini- ance Z3 VEJi TISLVG done very lots. g All letters or. business it be "post paid.' From the Philadelphia Sat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 June 1846

DE310CB.1TIC BASSE fi. "Umted we sta.nk, Divided we fall. LOUISIANA. MISSOUKI. SATURDAY, - JUNE 17. FOR CONGRESS 2nd District, Hon. JOHN JAMESON OF CALLAWAY COUNTV. FOR THE STATE SENATE 2nd dis trict, composed of Pike and Italia counties, It is under all circumstances a mournful task to record the death of a lamented friend; but there are circumstances under which itis painful beyond the power of de scription. There are tunes, yncn nerve of the soul is so shocked: wlien me whole mind is so paralized by the terrible blow, that it can find no language for the utterance of its feelings. Such arc the cir cumstances under which we now speak of the untimely death of the gifted Buckncr, who lias fallen cnolhcr victim to the bloody cede, falsely styled honorable. lie is dead, but his memory lives enshrined in the hearts of a tl.ousand friends, among whom wc num ber oursclf the companion of his early boy hood. Together we laughed away the hours of recreation; together wc poured over the "rhe...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 June 1846

' 4 proceedings. The chizcai cf La.. no doubt will take suc.i be n.ecessary to co-operate in the measure D. i:.! - eti:, ! l'a. c measures as may For the Banner. Mr. Editor: The time is a,.rircachnrr when the Constitution v. ill receive the ac.ie.i o; t! Yankee "Notions' and 4Fixsns" in Ejc- We are authorized to announce Thomas MARRIED ii-akd John Bull has had a good ta of Amrri- Berkley of Cl.i.net Toi.sf ;'. a candidate -La RmBife- Green, vjTSun&j mcrnhigthe 7th .Call Cheese ruirL- :ini illnr lll'CL-SSarV Si:flst:intl:il r !i " m i . . - - . . "T, t t - - i . to ol h.e. lis is Jlolv dippmg into the tosnnrt-u j . ; t..;i . " - lcn-, lo Miss Maijmret Pliarr. Jclil 01 I lie Huston J . FOREIGN NEWS. i'V: days later from England. The steamship liibernia arm ed at Boston in 1:11. f:ic( if.:f-mf. Klio lcll I .1V4' ri ml n -" " .uuc A i.on.ion con-snon Use l.Jt.i lutinio. (Traveller writes, lliut Imihir. tread, am; the other; Cot Lou is maintaining i)s price firmly, but preparations l...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 June 1846

John Jameson, a candidate for Congress in th second Congressional District will address th citizens of said district, attl.e following places and on the day designated t 12 o'clock, M-( to wit:) I At Mexico, on Weduesday, the 10th of June. Cincinnati, Thursday, Hannibal, Friday, Palmyra, Saturday, New London, Monday, Frankford, Tuesday, Louisiana, Wednesday, Bowling-Green, Thursday, PaynesviHe, Friday New Hope, Saturday, Troy, Monday, Flint Hill, Tuesday, St. Charles, Wednesday, Naylor'i Store, Thursday, Warrenton, Friday, Danville, Saturday, Linn, Wednesday, llth. 12th. 13lh. 15lh. lGlh. 17th. 18th. 19th. 0t: 22d i 23d. 24th. 25th. 2th. 27th. July 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 6th. St!.. 9th. 10 th. llth. 13th. 14th. 15th. 17th. Mount Sterling, Thursday, Hebler's Store, Friday, Herman, Saturday, Union, Monday, Richwoods, Wednesday, Potosi, Thursday, Caledonia, Friday, Cortois, Saturday, Steelville, Monday, Massie's Iron Works, Tuesday, Weshon's Store, Wednesday, Waynesville, Friday, Ellsworth ...

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