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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 June 1846

BBlSflfiSATIC BMSEB. PRINTED .Yl'D PUBLISHED Regularly on ei-ery 'Saturday 3Lmi jjy join r. thomas, Louisiana, Pike Cou.ntv,: Missouri. SlMrEL F. WfRZtAY, Kditcr. From our Extra, of June 15. By the arrival of the Ocean Wave, wc have been favored with a perusal of the ex tras issued from the offcies of the Warsaw "Signal and the Hancock Eagle, fromwhichjI re gather that the most excited state ofi feeling now exists in Hancock county. ; Two opposing forces are drawn up in hos-j IS. - TMMOllP BANNER- F. MURRAY, Eoitob. J Terms 12 in advance; f 2 50 in 6 ruos.; 3 ead yoai. J. F. THOMAS, Pibushek VOL. LOUISIANA, FIKE COUJiTY, MISSOURI,' SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1S16. NO. 15 From the New York Planet. A RRl'IKG FOR M O N E Y js nod dollars. This widow, nared Wat Jki.'iB; not her real name, by the by,' for on jour veracity wcarc leliingalruc story, and 11T II. F. UAKKISCTON. mi ... . . J r i i 1 1. ... i tile array; and without the interposition ofL. 1 iCre isa S.ra3" ";urt;a g-Ucman inNcw,-' V1'...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 June 1846

u 1 DEMOCRATIC BANNER- se "UilTED WE STAND, DlVIDEO WE KALL. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. SATTTl?rAY JUNE 20. FOR CONGRESS 2nd District, Hon. JOHN JAMESON OF CALLAWAY COUNTY. FOR THE STATE SENATE 2nd dis trict, composed of Pike and Ralls counties, Col. William Priest, OF BALLS COUNTY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE in the State Legislature, Nicholas P. Mixor, Esq., FOR SHERIFF OF PIKE COUNTY James A. Robbins. We are nleased to see the splendid steam er Laclede again skimming the surface of our mighty river. She is one ot tlie lusiesi boats on the upper Mississippi and has al ways been a favorite with the people. We are indebted to the gentlemanly clerk of the fast running steamer "Tempest" for a late St. Louis paper. The Tempest is a good boat and officered by gentlemen- Success to her in trade Ex-Governor Thomas of Marland is now on a visit to this State. He was in St. Louis on the 17th inst. The New York Courier and Enquirer, a leading Whig journal, has boldly hoisted the name ol uen. ocow or wis cy....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 June 1846

v.r--??!"!! " !! '" ' ' '' - -i - vi:S 01 u jv . votr jet:i oiu uied .:. . Iwayis.iotiid re gard his claims as iar wot: valid. He certainly shotiiJ ,iave been sp uneasy ui the hands m t'.e people, havii.g once been Jieir repress: i lik f . Iu -conclusion. ff.ljw-Ciiiens, I am now before vou as a c-.ndidate for tiie office of 1 -1 t i i sherualtv, nfi w:ii ciiccii:.iiv abide vour decis'iou attlie polls. Should you in your wisuom select mefortliat othce, my best en ergies shall he most seduonsly engaged to merit the favor conferred; and I shall ever entertain feelings of gratitude and respect for your generosity. Yvur humble servant, A. H. MARTIN. Trey, Mo., June lath, 1816. at 8 o'clock June 20th " r - , ?. ... n t:ie ?; t.n.iti., Lext Moiiuav eveiiinp, THE FEMALE HEART. Thrc is nothinn umwr heaeen SO delirious a the po-session of m.rc fipsh. immutible affect ion. iThe most fe'.icious moment of man's lij'e, tiie - -- most ecstatic of all his emotions and sympathies From the St. Louis...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 June 1846

r 1 - "' From tlie Boston Statesman. OUR COUNTRY It Is gratifying beyond expression to wit ness the glow of enthusiastic devotion which warms tlic bosoms of the citizens of this glorious republic when their national j honor and peace arc threatening and viola ted by a foreign adversary. From all sec tions of tlie Union from both the gacat po litical parties into which our citizens are mainly divided, from the press, from con gress, from state legislatures, municipal councils, and the resolves of popular meet ings, the voice is, "REPEL THE INVA DER VINDICATE THE HONOR & THE INTEGRITY OF THE NATION.' There are exceptions to this, it is true here and there we hear the croaking voice of a craven recreant, slightly jarring the swelling melody of patriotid fervor which is reverbrating from one extreme of this vast country to the other; but it is soon lost in the accumulating and rushing strains which give evidence of the devotion of a brave people to the nationality bequeathed to them...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 July 1846

II t PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Rfularly on every Saturday 3fjrning By JOHN F. THOMAS, Louisiana, PikeCocxtv, Missouri. S.lMirtX F. Ml'RZIAV, Editor. Mr. Editor: Mr. Berkley of Calumet being g announced " Jour paper as a candidate for the Judgeship of the county court in this county, we the undersigned, for the bene- VOL. 2 fit of our friends in other parts of the coun- J F. MURRAY, Editor Terins-j;2 in advance; f 2 50 in 6 mos.; f 3 end year. J. p. THOMAS, Publisher LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1846. NO. 16 ty; say that from a long acquaintance with L,rjvnte explanations ensued between Mr. Berkley we know him to be a fine con- !,,, j,aren,s aiuj tl:C lovcrand the result sistent democrat, possessing eminent qual- was, that in ten minutes after, l!:e twolox-- ificationsto discharge the duties of the of- er were joined in the sacred bonds of mat fice to which he aspires; and we believe r,I"on3' lnuch 10 tl,e of all. ine onciegroom mat was to nave hern. him to all int...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 July 1846

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Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 July 1846

u Mr Ai..t.fi .: lM. f l--.txV-. .. u.t. a tun., .or t.w iUU c t ,.,.W. . Q , r...f , n...nl -e.i'uH .IW at J.ou'-.ih- others interested' ' .iV dlrte c! H..:. tnc-ntol t.w i.-S.'....;t.a--, .v e.. ---:.-:, , . : . J - , . I' 'Wc. ' '" ' - ;, . It... i ..; I .:e A -I., .ii-.of : Jn'y i'Stf. Ci,?..rl.rrl: in dec'd. th rt-th rsr. trim of tie the Sca.tiJ, lcv. j-.. ... t ;'' "'.. t - ....;:.-s ..... I y 7?; . .'.. f , ; ..v ' i.-h '; , : A.'-. ;, it ..v.-it -in :I ,vc months . Iit:o codify Ccuit.l : fi-t.il l.wke t. ii!,,!. 'T C3aiu.tt?e W -' -. S.. v.it 'V 1 "!'-: I J.i 'v ;:; V- "-, :,1 tj I...- vi-.:.., J I O. i!v::,t' '-M. Axhrinisir; Ur tbcrtof, circuaista.i'' -f : . h .. 3.;. .. ;.r-- ' "' .'.,'.!. ' Jl ' ' r: 1 - ' . : , , ;.. - ... i: "-.. '.'': '' ' j vfvn uivl wh; -i-fA-M' i'-krVfti-l rrii HUrP. tr t.) spea-:, -curv, i.:-u !.:.. upon important su.l.. .... tao ppr-v- ' c-- were r. s or.! wr. :t :.) rlsj, i ? is. i'i i ; t it . r. b eSOUSfci t'lO;A f..it:i i" . i : coainiitU". T...

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

THE BATTLE OF MOUNT TABOR EGYPT. BT J. T. HEADLKT. Forty-ttTen year ago this month, a form was seen standing on Mount Tabor, with which the world has since become familiar It was a bright mornincr, and as he sat on his steed in the clear sunlight, his eye rest ed on a scene in the vale below, whicl was sublime and appalling enough to quick en the pulsations of the calmest heart. That form was Napoleon Bonaparte, and the scene before him the fierce and terrible "Battle of Mount Tabor." From Nazareth, where the Savior once trod, Kleber had marched forth with three thousand French soldiers into the plain, where, at the foot of Mt. Tabor he saw the whole Turkish armv drawn up in order of battle. Fifteen a thousand infantry and twelve thousand splendid cavalry moved down in majestic strength on this band of three thousand French. Kleber had scarcely time to thro' his handful of men into squares, with the cannon at the angles, before those twelve thousand horse, making the earth smoke and...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 July 1846

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Sculur.'y un every Saturday Mjrning By JOH5 F. THOMAS, Louisiana, Pike Cor.NTY, Missociu. S VJJJXI. F. .ril'RUAY, Editor. jjKij A N CHOLY DISA STER. Tim schooner Size, of Buffalo, N. Y., was capsized in a squall, on the afternoon cf tlio 2Gth, when off Southport, V. T. There were a numoer ol passengers on bo::rd among them Jxc. L. Bkvins, of Ulica, N. Y., his wife and eight children, on their way from Chicago to R iei-io. Mr. Bevin, liis w ife, three daughters and two s.ms, were drownded; the rest of the pasengers and crew, rv saved by a lumber craft, and huded at Southport. The bodies of the drownbed were afterwards recovered. S. F. MURRAY, Editor. Ter:n,-'3 in advance; 2 5!) in G mos.; $3 end yeai. J. F. THOMAS, Publ.shkr VOL.2. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY 11, 181G. NO. 17 mav v 10,030, Z- rivs of Ti n ret., Brows' &,K;hk t.vsn. tiic hotel kept bv Mr. parkkr, and a large frame store oposit the hotel, kept by a Ucruian. TO THE VOTERS 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. — 11 July 1846

11 i U.slT!: wi: stanh. Divirro we : Our readers arc referred to thcapp int- f tho candidates in another column. that t'.ie people generally will i . t i. r : i'-o.- f.-t democrat -ai"!'1 he arra veil a-. turn out to hoar a uiscusmoh oi u.e pnun !..,:.wtd:aocrat Tha discord and division! pies, which divide the two great parlies. ranks. That al- The democrats nave Homing 10 leanrom H V V. 0 V. V T N' B 1 V li H fcchi principle with as thor.,,',,!,; Our r y 1j ..i l x! i 1 I t D.i C .;!iat r, a San hates the christian mi;ion.:,nen.s of $-J J JZitg iThen wltvwas it done, but with the faint j We hop r1,t be c-n-rndercd in our : L).. LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, - M fSSUL ill. FOR CONGRESS :su DisTKicT, OK CALLAlVAV COUSTY. iter Wiring among ourselves, we might air free discussion. TIcy court mvestaga-ievt-nt-iallv fall a prey to the candidate ofjtion. Their principles, are the pnnci-!whi-'cry"in old Pike? U is ch ar to the pies of truth, w hich must ever show to the L:'..rt rV.rv ll.iutii.'rm.-...

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 July 1846

u sfc I ft tight. It is true your towns! ip is demo cratic, and strongly so, but is that a rea son why itshuiild raonopoiise th omccsr A CUTE YANKEE. i !!T ;... T?,r. i. j. ...... Ut..ww7 U IllUI 1(11 J I think the true tleiaocrary of that region, from down E?.st." who looked as if he had MJM U llliutlu a iIIUHIU IlllJI. f!n.IIAIi. 1 "-. T IieOOCOl in Il.i Clll'l 111. I I (Oltrp ' 7 - i II of BedfordrCWi Monroe and IIurH -.-table establishment in Philadel- townships shpuld j--Jjcte j. The other ." j7a & Co.V? Rs townships have liJIcil amust all tlie c .unity ty - 1 IL-c-ou, offices of late Wc should at least, for en- tV' 'V T , T Collec, venionee. have the offices scattered over the . . (lI'lh 1 k" 1 e you a small Sugar, countr- I nere is great need oi a count Judge in or around Troy &c. Nov.- will t! VI magnanimity ol our county hesitate to do Its that piece of justice? Will they refuse to he lihera!? I do not wish to get up a sectional feeling at all, if the oouisV nlroadv...

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 July 1846

i Mr. Thomas: You will please announce ray name as a candidate for Constable of Indian Creek Township, at the ensuing Au gust election, auJ oblige respec'iully, yours &c. NATHAN MASSEY We arc authorized to announce Thomas Berkley of Calumet Township, a candidate fur tuc oince of County Justice, at the ensu ing August election. We are authorized to announce Philan der Draper, as a candidate for the affice of Justice of the Peace, of Buffalo Town ship at the ensuing August Election. We are authorizt d to announce John C M.yssit as a candidate for the office of Jus tice of the Peace, of Buffalo Township- at the ensuing August election. We are authorize! to announce Lkonard M. Rodgers, as a candidate for the office of Constable of Cuivre Township, at the en- sningAugu Election We are authorized to announce James D. Tisdalk as a candidate for Constable of Cuivre Township. We are authorized to announce John M Milrot as a candidate for tlic office of Assessor of Pike county at the ensu...

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 July 1846

DEMOCfiJTIC DINNER PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Regularly on every Saturday Morning By JOIXX F. TllOMAS. Louisiana, Pike County, Missouri 8Afll'ELF. Ml'IKXAY, Editcr. 23Messrs. Minor and Broadhead will address their fellow-citizens at the follow ng places: At i Prarieville, Claris ville, Louisiana, Salt Ricr,(at Asliburn's) Frankford, Spencerburg, Brown's Mill, Bowlmg-Green, Vaunoy's Mill, TEilJiS OF TliL BiMEfl. F. MURRAY, Editor. J Tern ,t - -t r Z j xer.ni s inaJvaacs; fi2 o3 in C uim- f3 endycai VOL.2 Julv 0 LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, SATURDAY, JULY t !!.- ..! t . ,M r rw. k .ow wncre they arc but Leg before the hour of the arriv.V.!,.'u.-i. ..." i j i . ... i i . . ' i " " 22 ourselves,' replied Eliza. Itimc tnat Adam w M- 'i think myself it's a famous idea, said a"a "th wrc planning Low they could Eliza will. I i co mc nurvin)ne7. whv "J .-""'"'" ui uie can-vour iaw tirrl t r.,r n ! ;r a. i - j.nprt iat .... i.. l :ri. . . j .. cunnoi we uurryour hats?' $2 in advance j $2 tOUt...

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 July 1846

) "' " " " " irninr , ,., & Co Have re-l Mr. Editok: I wih to say a few words DEMOCRAT! G BANNER T" T'lt T JLEXJiXSlitaiiw -J- M "fr"" h Kp' 10 1 a i u if im ii it u , now imclcr cromcr repairs at St. Louis. ane.mou wur & . u ..ni, i,,m and nlndv communieal on o o i ,. . .. . . r W,.,. Sfrort 1,1 Itfr.mi!) ! fwl " " " "ft T usument iroiu - rl which appeared in the last number of the Baw- Sfrppt a few doors auovc iitssrj. jbisuii .. , ., r ... atreei, a icw uoors - j ling-Green Journal, over the signature ofCui- & co. and next door to Dr. E. M.Bartlct ts - , p The . jolirnal seem. Drug Store. They have on hand a spl.-i.diu . ,Uemocnif iS ty a moving upon the political ehess'boprdforthepur- United we stano, Divipkd we fall.1' LOUISIANA, lllSSOUIil. SATURDAY, JULY IS. FOR CONGRESS Lvn District, Hon JOHN JAMESON, OF CAI.LAWAT COLXTV. FOR THE STATE SENATE 2nd dis- trict, composed of l'ik and Ralls counties, Col William Priest, OF BALLS CO'JNTT. FOR REPRESENTATIVE in the State...

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 July 1846

The Palmyra Courier says newly twice rs cue ban come there to obtain a rcco!,r,ition!thc result of the supplemental bill, there p T"i ? y!! much wheat will be fctrvcsl,-.! in M.irbn ejatf; her r-M?, or vengeance in default., would remain the deficit of thirteen millions 'g Sa 3 6 5 ??w this year, as heretofore. LJ,0! siC two loaded justols'to be provided for, and the committee of 5 " 5 . c SS "V . which sae caimd about her person. After Wavs and Means had directed him to brie. J.-'- 5Tt s s-S-S S 2 Love and Mi-urn The last St. Fran- some airLio r conversation she gave iLc-;i a' bill 'or the issue of treasury notes to.'" JSP-S'SS -E? . ' cisville fLa Chroniele says: Ou Wed- and em-iy.r wa uwpatclicd to, that amount. . ? 2 5S? 2 c " S- E. 3 S cisvme vja.; nroiii j ti.e husband with an uitimution that a pas-' - . 2 T ' -.-"E- nesdav last the dead holy of an ui.aan .. ..,. Vj,.r a;j,e,i ,... i T... ... .i rr.,..' , t S O I r 5.- ? t . ....... imi 1 j.ini.ui 1 ii ai iuiii t 1 -1 z r ':.-...

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 July 1846

0 J iUrA colemporary remark that previous tc the i .te bal'.lcs the Mexicans callen Gen. Taylor a cowaruly laylor.and th: though lie lis provee hi.oseli no coward, still they were h?lf right, a he was preparing to make breaches breechet in xuatamoras. HSAMUEL APPLETON, Is row one of the wealthiest citizens of Boston. 1 lit papers contain a correspondence betweei him and some citizens of App'eton, a smal town in Maine, yy I.ich goes to show that hi v.-as not always as rich as lie is now. They had, it seems, taken up the impress ion that the town had been named in, com pliment to the fattier. On tin's account. they requested him to make them a present of a bell, suitable for a meetinghouse late ly erected at the village of M'Lain's Mills m said town. lie says that there must be some mistake in this, and remarks "My father, Isaac Applcton, lived and died on a small farm in New Hampshire. I do not think he was ever in the State cf Maine, or heard of the town of A pule ton I myself, form...

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 July 1846

rasn ram 8-1? i H8S Pfft if M i TBI-.M3 (IF THK BANNER- - M' w H I: flying 1:1 :i:;v.r. i it l! e i :::: oi :! c n.rr.u H. K S El 6 ft. H E W j K 1 J S? Lo; .::Ty,.I:s.;cr::: J. F. THOMAS, I':::5:;.i;' ijr.ns iaaJraasa; ia J um.; ,3 end yea; iSo I!)..:. ; ;: J.i r 1 t ( C1 'i.l U l I Ml :; U Siilut la p..ij i':T lip l t.':L t ii.t. ci i: li-iiiiil-C tiDi'nnTI' ',V. . we rrrj . r. .V !! k tit -rs cn bn.!ui v. . bc'-ucst t.aid.' Fi:LLOiV..Cr:XK:v5 LINCOLN ' 'jr.. :. : i. f v;.; .,kv.S?. whl Tn'.d t ist.T t j Mr. ; ' iu'j 1 13th iti :L 1 Vs d':'-.:- -i : fortiiiiutj Y; i::-; O r: the i; : LOUISIANA, PIKC COUNTY, anSSbTUI, SAT IT; DAY, JULY ISilh - l :i voi::: rr.l'L', r Id oi .s:l'u..i!- jin.l rut ijr !.:iuv.tt i"r:, b.tt w i'Ji verV s'ia.;M Oil lDi:t;.siyI t'10.1 : ;:. n.i.s; v:o l.':ve rco. riv c. jew lar, iio ".v, I t'.tTCiii i::viuil 7lr. H;i::ys3-i to Kli'Cl ISC iM-UTi l'-C pl-Oj.iC t S.'ttii o. tie ::.ni a. Cisl;a;t rcolU-ciion of it. ! cinvrvn .v iiln'i.v an:-.'.T t'lc i.itorro:...

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 July 1846

JiTITIHRT After a mighty labor of 2 weeks the Gen. Taylor has been detained at Mata-j The July number 6f the Southern and The lu,e of reprcsenl U h A 0 I h 1 1 I I I) X l A IJ II .;Jonrnai has t lMt brought forth its bant- moras for want of th-; necessary euPI lies. Western Literary 3esscnge rand Review isd the Senate bill, for tli STr -- - '-- 'i-fc set: hing, in reply to our article touching the tajives b as reject ee improvement of 'yg-'C-i':- V.' .1 .V.V'sF jthe district question. The editor perceives Ithat his course is entirely indefensible; and 'Umtkd wn stand, Divided we tall." LOUISIANA. SATURDAY, - - MioSOUJU. - - - JULY 23. FOjI CONGllMSS 2xi Disthict, BmuJmiN JAMESON, OF ( A I. LA WAV ( OU.VTV. FOR TI1K ST ATI SENATE 2nd dis trict, i-oiiijifMSi'd of Piki anil Ralls counties, Col. William Pkiest, OF RALI.S COINTV. 'course of the editor of that famous sucetcnjOrleans Tropic says "all the river boats which lately passed Ualveston, except the Potomac have arrived safely at 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. — 25 July 1846

NEW MINE. e li,;v bee:i stormed hy an experi- i: u.r, .Vr James U ..ldPhadittiijtiial Accounts!: T ncerc nv tup tt r-vr iiii,muuu. f n:! .... ... Ki OT An Ordinance appropriating money. i. discovered and is n w opening a tnintsjtaiions of the flood of Tuesday nitrlit. The 'Gu sirs Ourv. as a candidate for the officel Ku lt ordained by the board of Trustees . r i -- :..!...,.... i i r . . . c . . . , . i .1.- ... r f . . o; aii urc, oi sr.peri'jr r" ex- .jrins along tne bank ot creeks near town'1" ""nty Justice, at the ensuing Aumst, Louisiana, as iouows Iiaaiitlcss quantity, .dr - -r:aU(len thinks jhave all sustained more or less dan;affe.!clect'on- th" mine is c ;i: d tn the i.iler.a mines orj Whole cornfields were literally destroyed,! " ' r--". , . . the Virginia mines on the Meriimac. Ife:t!ie soil bein-j; in mr.nv instances washed Still. has also discovered some vfrync. ;!; liureientirely off. T'-e destruction of hav. oats. nNP MTTwnnrn & tWPvtv e..i . d aso discovered some...

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 July 1846

f t ertvrrraiarimr-'H0111"11' - Jacob block, sKI Hl UW.i tfu AVE reciivt-o r li te arrival, a freshrtock 7Ebee leave r.: i t rtmind ,:ir fl-g r DRY GOODS and Croecries. which (Foa m Basser.) From lit-; W cslirn C-us.tiin-M. "A HEALTH TO CAPTAIN MAY." .'ill high your gbr-scr, gcr.tkincm, an J lislrr.to wh.t 1 iv. Vni -Jrii.k a bump to the Iit-Ilh ofgaH-ntesiptvin .') A'i A i. r I - 1 iueis ;rit,i.i iJ.u.i T nitr ;! iM fjipi-wrs, AtiJ on out way to it. we'd futrn Apune P'1 netts! Ytt while we r we may ::il A ljj'-k :r i lI-iicc ti! throw, To the I iv when we Wife Piosiect-.-, Ma EaiTor- I l-cvc just rc;:-!c! irTseTfT.y fernfiii; r. Cf!ntanifvl'i! ia the "Joum?'" i f th lit:: la-.., over t- e sitnn'rrr cf "Ciliz": V innSt!ul.a.i!v i. : .-n (.;.re -.ccom.is u ;;j roj j , t Louiskna prices for (iiiet.Uel for t!...- La y e.r T. i vc ..)!..$ fe rlfaiJ- ,juce tt ,jie;r sturi. ia Sr s ncirl urir. U,n-l.;-'-j. i. J ''ii!ut r. en- st per- TR1BBLE & fur eah lt pro BLOCK. isi V! tun lo n wuM...

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