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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 September 1846

Rtgafarly on every Monday Miming Ai-tocJiisAP'KE Cohntv, Mo. ft. SllaaiVi t:tfer r.l rrcitrictor. wlfl& CONSISTExNCY AND IION- ; :"rsTir. -; PHNN3YLVANLV EEMOCUACY. Thewhigs in the canvass of 1810tece iveJ die pecplc of Virginia; their candidates were men of pliant principles ut uni1 time aad place, Tariff and Rank; at another, anti Tariif and Bank. Now they complain that ia 1311, the democrats cheated Pennsylva nia iutothc support of their principle-. a charge which "t .hy no means, believe. The wliigs charged John Tyler with treachery to Xnsparlj noluUprindjih f jr they we knew nm had ajfu'uicd in f'trghiii, tliat thesa were in aononlancc with his veto of the Bank-Eill. Now they denounce Mr. Dallas, because he was true, not only to his parly, but to his pledged prin ciples, principle avowed in the form of a pledge to the democrat of the Union. Dmiel Webster in IS 13, in Baltimore, ad vocated a system of unrestrained eommer eitl intercourse: bet .-. ecu this ronntry and Eigland...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 September 1846

f . THE BANNER. Ok. 'UNlrr.D wr. arxso. Divided we fall. LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, - SEPTEMBER 14 We perceive from an examination of otir exchanges, that the Missouricn. has been resurrected; and that it is hereafter to be issued regularly once a week under the control of iU farmer editor John Howard Tice. We bad hoped that the Union form ed by the two opposing factions of the St. Louis democracy was made in good faith, and that it would exert a salutary influ ence upon the democracy of the whole State. But how vain was the hope! It seems that nothing good can result from the aetion of the wovld be leaders of the St. Louis democracy. Scarcely was the contract made, and the mis called Union ef fected, era thogrceneyed monster whisper ed in the ears of the jealous, that the spoils were in danger, when suddenly their Union was turned into discord. A panic seizes each faction from the mere suspicion that the other wishes to enjoy a share of the e- moluments of office. What presumptio...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 September 1846

RESULTS OF ADVERTISING. Messtu. Hardin, Hunt, & Co., a firm do- ing aa extensive business in the town of Worcester, (Mass.) during the past yar paid about "one thousand dollars for adver tising, their goods, and are satisfied by this outlay wey nave receiveu a rich narvest in retain. Braadreth has risen from poverty ana maue an extensive lortune; he has now n three story manufactory for preparing his redieiae, and whole cargoes of it are de spatched to every part ot the Union. He has expended "thirty-five thousand dollars ia a single year for advertising., Corn stock began with nothing; but, by the sale cfhis medicine, has been enabled to pur chase one of the first houses in the Union Place, New York, and trives magnificent soirees, &c, MorRit. by the sale of bitter and pills, has amassed a fortune of nearly $300,000. Shermon, by the sale of Jozen- gcrs, has emerged trom a little shop in Nas sau street, NewtYork, and become a buy er of lots and houses by wholesale. And Swaim...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 September 1846

a V 1 1 3: filTINO TOO SMART. j Mother, donl yon -with yon had the tree: of all evil in your gnrding?" "WAy, Josh,.you sarpcut! what do you mean? CAST YOU 11 A.TTE N T 1 0 N THIS WAY!! WC wlsli wry body to know and bear in mlii ! that we have a first rate assort- "Why, money's the rob of all evil, i. ;"'" ' "f""? ." T1' r ,, , n i lug of Coats, Pants, est. Shirts, kc, ice., a!, we hdJ the fr, couldn't we get aI1 t,iemlulc of goad materid, which we arc sellintr firccunis stviu' CHEAP amazingly cheap, fur CASH. Wc "Hot you, you peskv varmint! voii're Mrut4v rcpiest those in want of clothinir to ' . , i " i .icall as wearr vervsaniruine that the ijnalilv and gctUiig -too smart, it-tncly; that s whnt;prirt. wi pk.MJ j.,.. mos, r:l!tidiou. Don"t for- tiomci of boys sending thorn to tnacademies l-getiu cull. ; . j RICHARDSON & DUKE. THIS TRANSIENT LIFE. jVVater street. Louisiana Mo. Amid . earth's day-dreams of busintss,; ( ST RFCFIYFD pleasure or ambition, bow few of the gay,j jj-LR ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 September 1846

PUBLISHED SgumVf on tver2f A&nday Mrn ing at Looista.ru, Pike Cochtt, Mo. - l. r. sSTMLaT. Editor srasl Proprietor. r im it tatBtk fM WW v a n BILL. To the Haute of Jtepretentatwet: J have considered the bill entitled "An act nikiag appropriation! for the improve- Mn rtt Hf4aiM liavkftM .till VlVaM' WttV rivers" with the eare which its importance demands: ..... . and now return the same to the Hvuse of Representatives, in which it originated, with my objections to its becoming a law. , j The bill proposes to appropriate one million three hundred and fifty dollars to be Suppli ed to more than forty distinct objects of im provement. On rm!n!ncT ita nmriiiinl inrl van! oi objects of improvement which it embra ees, many of them of a local character, it is dincult to conceire, if it shall be sane- a liur .that' nrartteal constitutional restraint can hereafter be imposed upon the moat extended system of internal improvement by the federal gov ernment in all parts of the Union. The con...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 September 1846

BHl?.gi?AlN;E?!B: I - ' -'- '.. . .. i - , ...i.fKWn.-.-.r Alt. .UUBBAV '0 - Appointments by the mniau "! - ty w a.fca. 'T-rMXte WtfarlU!W!tfJiV ! RaucrofcToTMass.chusetts, o be envoy c, k to botiLe atro$e ej t..a . ; J Cn to Ittfcthtr vacancy oc- i ' . . . . ... f t j . .....in,, fcr niime at if asi-try," "T . . - traordinary.nd minister pMnipowavry i unr-a uy , .'casiohsd by the .residue, oi VJ. a., rnce. Che United: Stater for the United' King-rfhrre is o.v a ccw-.tKof ,l.wtltts Bll.ho,iJ to .ay, will . .. . T 1 J ...!. . '..l....wfiwutl l intna f lin-it uniain ana ircmu '-nrat.t i ,.it i iv fflnv ustit u wv w will please announce' as contended for by a "small portion'' and '- . - . 1 " thru lalier tteif iWlii'.'it -jrrv; v 'UsltEO. WE ITAT) DlVIPFD WK TALL. ''LOUiSIANA. MlSSOUltf. ...;MX)NDAy ,r .; iSEjPTEMBEa 21. rn enottga to ordeTule joJ fjfj- jane Loitif MbLanei recalled at his own wquoU T3n V Mason, of irennia, to oe r .i xt -f !'.,:( ol States retary oi tne nay " - rice li...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 September 1846

PANIC MAKING. LOOS PHICES-CURRENT. Saist Lorw, Mo. Sept; 14, 1844 -: 2 5:V-a 4 rxreu-t. irmianTco m itisti HiflMI i I - ' - - ' , - -------... W.'IIB, t5le..f..1.anJ $4? a 43 per tea seems tp Ty ftr. t-Mlcr. oJ-.aw.- 1 rrrsn.e crn-j .u A. T. m. j-rltv ii. fixer r.f tleroari who made the. purchase has as htt'-.m-w c ns:iti.iii.ii in sk r.c " jNo.190. 7 No. 190.1 saint " iiu Bi".WliBtwOl vottaI82S. TU9(!Ufn..: w:iiw tnroitzftont this stare arc inst now S is .m.Tcj7i y tti IWare to predict wither nextV.piwintci s the day jbran 1171HffliftL to thirvl li tr,,.To o ' ' ' CT-Mrfir . h,w K'-''i"''," CUn Ol 5tate-effiMflnil'teimlM.i f I.J'nan.e-rrmlmT-, iV. rl. v!.vi irilVrrT-l-lrtl ! ! , . 'TrrnTi . am w ucp a-jmou florWTKU stata-tod'toM, of Renrosentati- th iV fiU, ,:tfirt rev ed .Wei ,VW -?X IC? U&lU are o iiicu law eSnem.' -fl-if if res. , . ' ' :.: .L.,. . . . ...... .Mfir miv-irU most reinarBarjie that tt.is I vnxl Gov. F.l.l-h ,i-i.M ' I ..... .. . . -. . SSfiY " : " - 1" .. ' ' P...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 September 1846

av. u ALPACAS. Tha . Worcester Traascrip H at ft 1k f alpeoa sheep has r,el Ir import .d mr a gentleman in iw la-itltobe pastured in Ashfield Berkshire -ottWy. - They art flourishing finely, and promise, fto fulM the Jughest ejtpectation of thow intercs ed. LITE'S LESSON SHOULD BE. t- T . HALLEC1L. " Forget nut regret not The joys that hare fled. 1 Though sweeter ami fleeter ' Thin fresh odours shed From the jessamine's cup, Or the bright chalice hid From tlx gaSW of the sun 'Neath the violet's .lid. Forget not regret not ; ' " - Hope even should burn The incense of love. . In her funeral urn, Shedding glory and light. . O'er the genu of the past, - By time on tnc altar Of memory cast Forget net regret not; . Why should we regret. While one star remains, That another is set? And though all may have faded, Others brighter by far Through the gloom may arise Than the once wor.hip'd star. Forget not regret not ; Life's lesson should be Like the stars that are hung O'er the limitless sea...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 September 1846

TEEMS tWi FUBLISIIED $2 in adraBte; $5 50 A the end of tASofuW " 1 1 Pegu'crij vn every Almiay Mjrning No man's paper will be discontinued unless the - - same be paid for up to the timeof itsiiscotitstjn anea ; 7 'A 2J" AD VER TISLYG 'done vrry Lm. All letters on business mint be port paid. AT LorjEIASA, PlKE CotTNTY, Mo. . r. ? "ma AY. .Editor and Proprietor. "Uvmted We Stand Divicrn We Fail." VOL.2 last days of marshal NEY. At length a dark object was seen to em. t- r.ou the distant wow!, and soon an trrav of thirty thousand men deployed in th: fuldof Waterloo, and began to march straight for the scene of conflict. Bluci.cr sn 1 h is Prussians had come, but no GrouchvJ who had been left to hold them in check, followed after. In a moment Napo'.eon saw that lie could not sustain the attack of so many fresh troops, if once allowed to form junction with the allied forces, and so he determined to slake his fate on one bold cast ex.-! endeavor to pierce the allied centre! with a grand c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 September 1846

J ih cLvtioi.s una j:M little hard of he aung,l can hardly IjiJUr c - r .!,;w .hoot. vf imall calibre floauii" past us at various THE JU A N N BU . hare been croaking about the suspension of )ZS"Z . U. Commodore Conner,. He wai to be made fiftee or twenty vetst-l a ntuM wav fikf i novrTiin(ntrHVOrite Com cT.rm nnfl ' " S " J SUM J s-" " " ' . 1 m " C " p..--.. rt , VV.nhmrrtoii Union ba DUt.t. sustained a heavy l"?s nu " 'f?" ,.Vrrv road t be open LT.rd f-c." ,!, ., If savS- isomc part. The Isaac Ah ad Capl. I ,,ck!M""Lte ti.e vol.- Ci'iize... they 1 ''! '. l,,,7 his dre-M or attitude; but on-cloier scruti- A correspondent from Peusacola wntcs .los an .,, .. TIirni1, A, o.ult the. tOth UwlTSO WE ITAKOj., DlVIPED VJ". FAIL." t!, to titk tiUM!iuK - . ,..,.,. tie seem' myeV,4liat i "bail very accurc-in T mony tome -jgieincwr:i..u-...wru. . Jiescripll,m of his gestures, or that I sliell writer hesfcenjtoba kind aud liberal to the Jmnimtat J.- , J; 5,Ln.e verbatim, but I will da Is makin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 September 1846

iLf recompense 1 i Ian. wi co is-.o :. -i T .:...J t;l! ttp reward. At h.i .vcntiiny writing m induce others to swibe J hy the supremepower in a st'-.tej ''"" "Jori, Stre. J upon th roster, whose drfy it is.nn.co nma !,at i right and proWbitin"!"' "xtreme,y solicitous to . .. .'1MW Jeid ! w!.o has what is wr.-i" But such an action as t.eifcnCM' nouses, ec, r9:no. .: . i:.i:.t.'. to STire, tO c:ve blSiillie Cnoti-.in. !... k.. ... I .... f . f .. ' -e. : -.su i. i A lit i i L.vil ".n .'i. t ive.iiicuy cc Co. a:i -3 i?ri-3J:v to t.re snect. lis not e supreme power)wouId be sccor- riiarv;w c'.ai:".-, in t'lf.d.ng to tbi definition, a usurped authority .tf mdamcr.i.il mw of tuw state, i n-Cts- commanding what was wrong and prohibi k will not adinit of dispute: what that tin? what was ri 'Jit Ft he :tfAr :, sr.y Georgia Street. Hmi' . . . t - IS MATT T A i'ir.iiiirr((. Are in cct -.of a fresh sunnlv of Hmirls. .l f- n. r.. : - - : "" - --u --Mionancs, and liquors Sic, suiablc Bl-r sha!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. — 28 September 1846

0" in 3 mi n From the Spirit of the Time. The folio win? is Cum iMMMrittomr. writ ten on the bade 4 piu frame, in which it aeta miniature likcfiesfoT Washington, and which lungs in one of the rooms of the mansion at Mount Vernon, having been left there seine lime after Washington's death : WASHINGTON, The Dcfecder of hi country, the Founder t-f Lil erty. The Friend of Man. History and Tradition are explored in ai:i for a parallel to his character. Inthe annals of modern greatness he stand alone, and the noblest names of antiquity Jose their lustre in his presence Born the benefactor of mankind, be unites all the qualities necessary Co an illustrious career. Nature made him great, he made himself virtuous. Called by his country to defend her liberties, h triumphantly vindicated the rights oChurmiuty, and on the Pillars of National Independence laid the foundations of a great Republic. Twice invested with Supreme Magistracy, by the unanimous voice of a free people, he surpassed in the...

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 October 1846

0EMOGKATJ e M&Uli I - PUBLISHED Ktzularlu on even Mjndav Mornin, at Loci.SA5 Pike Count?, Mo. g. V. ML'ItRAY Editor and Proprietor. A COMMERCIAL ABSURDITY. The current quotations, as seven, eight or nine per cent, premium, tor exchange on England, which we see in the newspapers UO not mean any premium, on s ncticious valuation of the pound which prevailed in this country a century ago, when the States were colonics, tor example the pound sterling, or goia sovereign is to-day worth $4 85 in Wall street, which is about the par value as established by Congress. A thousand of them would be worth $4,850. The current rate of exchange on England, in Wall-street, is now about nine per cent. premium, as the phrase is, for bills payable in London cr Liverpool. But this premi um is not on $4 85, the par of the value of the pound, nor yet on the pound sterling. but it is oa tin' :U 44, the old colonial value of the pound, for example, if A. B. buys a bil! of exchange for 1,000 on England, 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 October 1846

THE BANNER Ipcse was to be subserved, by l.urryingjboast, tl.at -we pay tithes to no priCst," The small Pox is said , tt to prevalent Jl A il i A .r.' . . .k .u..hl tithed in ..nnnt a i in a, uortion of Lincoln county, near New thi9 letter, in suctt not ham, oeire me w. - , 1w; U mtt..r of atnnlqhment- A thmeiDioatea capitalist, wiwso Kreeu'!" nnowi.r' UjftTBD WE STAND, DlVIDED WS FALL.' LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - OCTOBER 5th CLAY'S LETTER. "Preservers from our friends," is a say in" s old as the hills, and not without good reason. We were forcibly reminded of the aphorism, by perusing the following letter from Henry Clay, in a slip from the N. Y. Courier and Enquirer. Against Mr. Clay, personally, we have no dislike. We look upon bun, as an American, with pride, and however -we differ from him political ly, wa would be the last to stir up his ash es fbe'being politically dead) by "any re marks not based pon his public actions as a public tnan. But when his friends eag erly se...

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 October 1846

'How to manage crying children let them cry now we are lure uiai tome rusty iusiv our . . " L v-"uc ai i-ouisi tt. , . .,". r-;.t it,-. .1 ... w r:,-n 11 hoi tjk.-n tint within I lirro inn.,? 1. XJC.eiia nilral JTICUlUiia uin, itfc i hiwiihib, then: crv,' eh ! "varmints," ike. We say pive'. Stnt lutho General Post Oifiee as dead k rters. ' jnr BarncU, dentist " Chas Kenning TfT? U"H H 9 Wm Clin r Men roll BiH&i Brr List of Letters I ,alt, salt. '"ic 8 "JM:k ?r"i"!!i Alii'in. i&ige and full, for '.fh' 00 ,he .V.1. Pf 1846,; R,,t r.! --"'w.-vx-i- i .-J I wil,! let- Saddle.fi aracss & Trunk M A X UFA CTOR Y qto- ejus. 200 Packages iJurs Rccci Grant J Hedrick Christian Lone. 2 Of the best selected, and most fashionable 5cvSCV;'Co"n,-n . . . . . tieoree Owen hull ixoous iiist received iHei,s:n,ker " I I K T vim o tuumpson BY !. SLOCK & CO., WATER ST., LOUISIANA, JIO, T w Wm Todd James Williams G Whitney, 2 Joim Uannslcy Jamei Bmnty Martin H Berry J & S Douglass M II E...

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 October 1846

GOD BLESS THE BABIES! Mrs. J Aniseed plucked the shawl aside, and dis covered sleeping infant "what a heav enly babe!" sbe cried, and truly, the child in ita marble whiteness looked beautiful a lovely human bud a sweet unsullied so journer of earth; cradled on the knees of vice. Foil an instant the watchman gazed in si lence on the babe . Even their natures, hardened in scenes of vice und destitution, were touched by the appealing innocence of the child. "Poor little heart!" said one. "God help it" cried another. "Yes, God help it!" And with such ea sy adjuration do we leave thousands and tens offthousand of human souls to want and ignorance; doom them, when yet sleep ing the sleep of guiltlessness, to future de vils their own unguarded passions. We make them outcasts, wrecthes, and then punish, in wickedness our own selfishness, our own neglect We cry "God help the babes!" and hang the men. Yet a moment the child is still before u. May we not see about if, contending for it, the pr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 October 1846

-JU- Jf3 t L. BMOfiRJTIC BJNSER. . " PUBLISHED Regularly on every MmJay Morning AT LOUISIANA, PlKECorMT, Mo. f. r. Wl'UKiT, Editor and Proprietor. Arrival and Departure ! of the Mails AT L0CJS1.1.YJ, MISS QUEL Trout Jacfcionrille, Illinois. Leaves Jacksonville every Monday, Wednesday awl Friday, at 11 o'clock A. M , aud ar rives at Louisiana next day by 10 A. M. Leaves' Louisiana every Manday, Wed nesday and Friday at 12 o'clock M.t and arrives at Jacksonville next day 10 A. M. Frvttt IfflKamzburgh, Mo., by Bawling Gr'eit Ltmisiava Leaves Williams liiirgh every Friday at 12 M., and arrives at Bjwlinj-Crccn next day at 6; leaves Cawling-Grecn every Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 7 A. M., and arrives at Lwiisiana same day hy 10 A M. Leaven Louisiana every Monday, Wednesday and Fyday at 1 P. M., and arrives at Bowling tireen same day by 4 P. Hf. Leaves B-mv-liag-fuaven cwrj Thursday at ti A. M. and arrive at W'illianisbnrgh next day ly 10 A. M. ' Person" should hand in their letters ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 October 1846

1 13 -3 A N XER. I i . .UJi 'UsiTuo rr 5TAXO, Divided re talu" Louisiana: Missouri. UqSDKy, ''. .OCTOBER 12th ". FOR CQA"GltESS, Maji Wm. McDanic!, "or "m rion county -EL SO TIQ.Y O.Y SATURDAY, ' : - 'the Sis cf October, 1846. The Bowling-Green Journal labors under a mistake, when it supposes, that we would save osirself unnecessary 'rmtbk, by reflec- ticni on our part; AW depends entirely upon ittctl'ii reflectian. The "trouble" might inJeed.be avoided, v.-ere the emrse (as we hint?'! ) of it ed-toM-ils rhcrtrd-; but un less1 &it bo changed, the trouble will slil' be necessary, very nccssiry indeed. If m3y be A "tro't&lt" vre gran ; . but rotnd you, In refjrenceto all such as "the article alluded to, a necessary one, very. the. Journal (a -commm occurrence by the way) when.it says that we tried Mto ridi cule the style' and sentiments .if the Editor of t!j Jjurnt'; an! afterwards snys that W "tnew very well that, the Editor of the Journal -was nt-the author of the article al...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 October 1846

woll that tlielrtyrap ithies nr: s ensi'y ar-!" - ' 7.:: . ... j , t, -',Vcv. ,. oase i in Hivoroft.-u'-.i, ? i ! th -ir jiid-iiie:! s v'oV t i: aintr. .f . fVsp systir. : f iuflu-nceJ ' soun i nasoai i;, r.-Uv? t-.un .i.nias . -y, cannot ful t rrirkr uitsnt'.ml !h,i by cinnlaiy co r.iivtM cipiasli. v e .o a time, a id fnal'y to crumble into ruin. aatur.Jirrate t!e im )3r;iii;. -sk;i.e . tucayrd rillai.s en ..:.! that cor. j -e djiirc tiat ,ali s.iO.ik! jl'abric is in cessari'y rcarci!. G.ivtrair.s 9 ffisUti in; nor dj .ve J :iirt: t-iat aij s.io.ild'.labne is m-cesaiirilv eagorly mtMC new propos Urns. It i.nc-i r made t!;c people rich or industrious rt8Cjary in gaVeimenal operation, by by forcIb!e measures. St. Louis Union. whi-jh nations art to be elFect-'d, that t'.e i-ws af haajaa pt-i-JT'SS should be ctimu'ly bS'jrvoi hat the old maxim, "hateii ea-.iauslj.'f saoiMu be adhered to; for iro prj.lant haste may retard the course cf i . ,i: 4 i .n:... j a .nil. I cy bu wun ui-.i uirc...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 October 1846

-jt j. A CotreiDondent of the -Tritur.e" ai.Jrt 1 Uil - ilO. iSlv. 'SSSJV? to get at equal representation. He wr"?.r.u,1""" The St Charles Patriot, says that oa Fri day last, a serious a ad fatal accident oceur red on the Alton road, abeut eight miles be low St. Charles. A German by the name of' Geo. Smily who was engaged in hauling apples for Mr Bangs', by some means or other-Was thrown from his seat; the wheel of the wagon passed over his body killing him instHntly. He has If ft a wife and three children totally unprovided fr. 1 - - - . - Genputnam asked Gen Washington, once "Which is worse to swear, think ing no eviij rq pray, thinking no good.9 ' Why must Your nose necessarily be in the middle of vour face ? Because it is the teenier. A. nuiuiu Lii uvinaui- noau pro-stock ol Materials lor pie do speak against you? Let them feel that) ' CASH ONLY .M. k, it XVhnt. hm sained 'Consequently about 30 per cen lower than those J f by stopping to correct every word that., wh., pered to T...

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