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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 November 1846

DEDOfHHIf BANNER. Stgularly on every Mjmlay Maming At Louisiana, Pike County. Mo. . r. HURRA' Editor and Proprietor. Governor's Message. To the Saute and House of Representatives: Gentle m ex Yo u i body tlie fourteenth General Assembly elected since the forma tion of our State Government meets again to consult about the interests of the people. Our constitution provides "that the Gov ernor shall, from time to time, give to the General Assembly information in relation to the state of the government, and shall recommend to their consideration such mea sures as lie shall deem necessary and c-xpe- J- ., I- -IT - I '. aiem. in uisciiarjnnf; my duly under "Uusiteu We Staxd Divided We Fall." mm OF TUG BJNNER. -i2 in advance; $2 TOrt t'-e end of the vchime No man's puper will be discontinued uidcf the same be pallor up to the time of itsdisioi.tinu- ancc rf ADVEItTlSLVS done very j Al! letters on business must be post paid. VOL.2. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1846...

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 November 1846

0 v LEG1SLATUKK OF MISSOURI; Jefferson City, Nov. 21 Yesterday, ia the Senate, Mr. Lucas pre T lf K 11 "V r l? ti i STEAMEll MARIA SUNK. The SU it r. ..e .t.. r tl,r 07th -learns from the Era of the morning of the same ..'ay, that the steamer "Sultana had tii., int. the Maria ot Natchez on Friday(thc St. Louis Coal Company referred to a ';!;! iitli iitst, and sunkhei in '20 feet wa- select committee. ' i ;.. ! ii .f tin-.Maria were kuocL- Mr. Jones. l V. introduced a revenue !.;.,M!: nv," ;-.ve:;ty-lwo persons badly bji, a judiciary bilk and a resolution rela- ; i:i:i--l'-i-!i missiui;, i'.uuui v. horn tin" to the license laws IMMi, DlVlM.U u k f .U.l . LOUMANA, M1SS0LKI. MONDAY - - Noon:Ki::wt v.. .!r. Durst, the clerk. "' (For the Banner.) Is it not a little strange, that, ia a town of the size of ours, containing six hundred -Vi'. I'uisi u:: formerly a citizen ot" i.. rd'er to committee on Internal Improve Tim:.!.!-!: i:, t : . is county, luue'u eti'i met! uieiit a !il f ir the c...

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 November 1846

1 Lor is at the lowest price. ,M ;,s U-t-.-rl .i.,,-..d. to manutacturc vcrr snccc.xjd.tli' ...inrinrnor-ul-dion is required. I his ., soon liave !y fostering tl.c cl.nol. and developing the gt niiis chanical ingeuuy " yuui.i.s 01 our several ot the Mates. Tins is an impoitaut country- . jS.nj- t. ii; cur .aie, possessing such a The best " i.n m'-meg i:.c construe-;v am u .i soil, ami abounding to such an tion ofpaJic worl:s macadamized roads,;ctcnt in minerals, such a survey might be and canak if the rail road lias not supcrcod-jof incalculable advantage, especially Tn de ed the canal, and the permanent improve- vclnping the large deposits of rich and val inent of our navigable streams is to propare'nahlc minerals which might give useful cm tic people to appreciate the uses and advar.-lploymeiit to an immense number of people, tages of such works, and this I'gr.in can be j This subject is respectfully recommended to done in no other mode so successfully rs by. the consideration of ...

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 November 1846

aBa! aSi! (DashlllFall tock 9 LOUISIANA, Mo., Is now selling too Cheap to charge. 200 Packages Of the best selected, and most fashionable Fall Goods just received BY II. E. BLOCK & CO., 'WATER ST., LOUISIANA, MO, Trust in receipt of a large stock of DR Y GOODS' 0l Groceries, Hard-ware, Queens-ware, Ready' Made Clothing, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Boots &c; he would inform his friends that he is now selling too cheap to charge. Anxious to retain his old customers, he hopes those indebted to him will not be backward coming to him to buy goods for cash, as he is rc-j solved if any difference, it shall be in favor of IhosciJ who heretofore bought goods of him on time. licjs t ii, French and Albican Gii-. JT. bi leave i iiifinn our friends and customer that we have now in our store a very extensi. e stock of GOODS, which cannot f.iil to please all as rosprds price style and quality. We respectfully solicit ihcir attention to the following, comprising a portion of our stock: 2W0 yards 3, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 December 1846

dewjmtic mm I!. W PUBLISHED Bignhrly on every Monday Morning At Locisiava, Pike County. Mo. S. r. MOUtAa" EIito and Proprietor. "tTiiTlAST SACRIFICE. .f Incident of the Battle of Gernuxntutcn. T LAWRENCE LADRilE. We hive heard the history of a young man who lived during the perilous times of our country these 'times that tried mens souls." He was ardent and patriot ic, and thirsted to be a sharer in those glo ries which our brave armies plucked from the bristling bayonets of the enemy; yet he had been withheld from joining the ranks by his aged and infirm parents, whose only support and comfort he was. As he look ed upon the feebleness of .their old ag;-, and thought of the perils they would be ex posed to, with no defender of their helpless ness, he gave a sigli for the destinies of his country, and resigned himself to the duties of the small farm which was their only sup port. He could not desert them and leave thcin to the mercy of the vagabond strag glers from the enemies camp, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 December 1846

TUB BANA E R. 'UiittKO t stakd, Divided vc fall." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - DECEMBER 7th. VVc have been requested by Mr. Draper, to publish the following letter from Mr. Naylor, disavowing any knowledge of 'he contents of the tracts distributed by Mr Lyman Scott, of Rockport, Illinois, to tlic women and children, at the Temperance meeting held at this place, on Sunday the JOtll llltlint TMia innvfitiff iiaA llpptl "allpfl .....V. M .... 1 V. V. L 1 .. ...... ----- by the friends of teinper:tnce in this place, laud Messrs. Naylor and Scott, both of Pike I county. III., invited to address the people ILnist, I assert that, that such a charge pub liclv made is a Dublin slander; and that I am not, nor ever was an abolitionist, in part 01! in whole: and where I am known the proof of its falsity is too aDunaani 10 jusuiy us reiteration Fiotn the New Orleans Picayune. CAPTURE OF TA3WPICO. PREPARATION for its RETENTION. By the arrival of the U. S. steamer Mis sissippi, Om. Perry, at ti ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 December 1846

" and al what is contemplated in connexion " 'With ar tne ci,-zcns f !e Republic vhn Uoi into the future, will discover a bundnt sources of rejoicing at the desti ny before u?. and at the rapid strides we are making towards its fulfilment. 1 the Gulf of Mexico to nia. the distance is s.ior Mississippi to the mouth Tiie mild climate u iil induce the tune it was confined to the dnrders of the: STATE OF MISSOURI, new field (I now mean the Celtic-Angle -I County of Pikt. J Saxon division,) and even fourscore years' In the Ct'tnty CjuriWv. 21s., 1846. ago the philosophic Bn.ke was considered; JT is oidered by the Court, that all pcrsos ran man because lie said the Lnirlish' E indebted Tn nliin SclioM P.i.wU ,.r interest due oi. be ptmc'ually proceedingr will lruary term ol -, .f P g-i ... I , . I -"!- .......... v.,--. .... v.,.1.1.1, , uc I.OH.1CU lllrtl ail "ll UIUI ;,'"r-;SCend into theVa Hcvof the Alississi..!... and thp First nl T.m, -..-. must . . . . I- . ! - 117 -" , ur man iroin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 December 1846

0 i i I From Alexander's Messenger. " i mttn n.Kr.t'-i'r.o -T-. rrcir Di-vni TT the rjress have, and, thounh we have spo- inL rAA1UW1Arv ken but sliRhtly of these thing, we trust j one-will say, we have done iXsligMitigiy--j St- Louis Gazette. ! r R 0 F K S S I o xTl c a i- ds. TION, BT JOHN DAVIS WATSON. Yea, ahaunt the requiem of the brave, And weep for those who lell, i Where Gr?ciin Isles thai gem the wave,; Of martyr'd heroes tell. j But weep not for the patriot few, ! A firm, unshaken band j Whose hearts were to their country true,! Who loved their -active land. I Weep not for those who nobly stemm'd j Oppression's sweeping tide; Who fell, by tyrant legions heinta'd Who bravely fought and died. And dying, to their sons berjucath'd A jewel, rich and rare; A land where Freedom's brow was wreath'd By Virtue's flowerets fair. Weep not for them, for they have passed To happier cliinesbove; Where thoughts art fading fast, fa never-ending love. Weep not for them; within our hearts 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. — 14 December 1846

BEMO CRITIC BIN NEB. 9 WBI.TSHPn Begularh en every Monday' Morning AT LoDISIAKA, PlKK CotJSTY, Mo. , r. MCBBAVt Edltr u4 Proprietor. signTof the times. The excesses into which the madness of party spirit driven many of the Whigs and their journals in this country, must ex cite anxiety t nd alarm in the bosom of eve rj patriot. If success may crown their ef forts and their party ride into power, they look not to consequences; but recklessly combine with all factions, however danger ous or base, and asail all measures, how ever wise and patriotic. The whigs of the North now court an un holy alliance with that most dangerous of all factions, the Abolitionists. Proofs upon this point crowd upon us; and our blessed Union, the cherished object f every patri ot's love and Lope, is thus threatened with dissolution. In Massachusetts, whigs and abolitionists meet in. the same convention, and. coalesce in all substantial points; and the National Intelligencer, instead of rais ing its warning v...

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 December 1846

u 'L tfllE B ANN E UIT1CB W STAND, DiTlnrt) WE F.U.I.." LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - DECEMBER 14th I?" Thoie who t-xpect to pay for tlu-ir subscription in fire wood, will please bring it in before we hare laid in pur supply for the winter. We will not feel bound to take wood on account of subscription after the 16th day of Januray. 21 We have received at this office by 'the mail no papers from St. Louis of a later date than the 3d init ' Where is the fault? Surely' there must be culpable negligence somewhere. If it had not been for the pa pers which we have gotten from the ' boats, and by private conveyance, we would have been nearly two weeks behind the current news of ,the day. As at present organized, we regard the whole mail arrangement of mis section oi. country, as anumance which should be forthwith abated- We could then know what we had to depend on; and could accordingly make arrangement to send our letters and papers with more regu larity by private, conveyance. f Si" S...

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 December 1846

the States where the Whigs have been vic torious, a large number of persons did not vote at all. fa Pennsylvania more persons failed to attend the polls, than the whole vote of Indiana. The whigs, poor fellows, will have but a short triumph, and that, un fortunately mast be divided with the abo litionists! and these latter will not do to de pend upon. Platte Argus: MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. SENATE, Friday, Nov. 27. The joint resolution from the House au thorizing the Committees on Representation to act jointly, was taken up and adopted. ? Mr. Campbell introduced a bill to en courage the diffusion of useful knowledge; read 1st time and ordered to 2d reading. Mr. Polk offered a resolution "that the committee on Internal Improvement be in-sage predictions structed to enquire into the expediency of making a McAdamized roaJ from Erie, in i ' !.. .. ..: TT :n r .l 11 . J . J 'ivania arc doinji a handsome and profitable ui jtauucjf vwuuij aui.picu. business. The cottjn factories are multi Mr. ...

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 December 1846

From the St 'Louis American. THE STRANGER. When friends in gladness "meet Around the social hearth . When those are gather'dnear, The dearly lured on earth: Then, ohl remember him whose lot If oast where friends and home are not. Perchance misfortune' dart Hath severed many a tie, . Perchance his sad heart yearns For days long since gone by. . Ob! greet him not with chilling tone -' ' The stranger standeth here unknown. Full oft his spirit's faint, Far from his native shore, Where fond affection's glance May never meet him more, Be careful! wound him not The stranger's is a lonely lot. Oh! many a weary hour It has been his to know; No heart now beats with his, In friendship's kind'Iing glow. Go speak to him in gentle tone, And make the stranger's cause thy own AUGUSTA. St. Louis, Dec. I, 1846. war with the genius and spirit of free nsJj" tutions. Merit whenever found, snouiu taught to look forward to a "commission, and receive it whenever he lias aisuogu.a..- ed himself. Our revolut...

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 December 1846

I ii jl 1 I t iJ i J A u a . PUBLISHED Jgeguliirty on every Mta.laj Morning jiX Louisiana, Pikk Cointv, Mo. j. F. HURTS 11, Editor Pr-u-in-icicr. We have extracted from (he Metropolitan iuch ittras from thcMissouri Legislalnie, ts will be of general interest to our reader?.! Wffmve endeavored to give tlie proceed ings of each day in its order. h f:v. . .: v; --A n : -', j r: t; r, TIiKSllflbpjME m :i.tv JU HUri'li i' MISSOURI LEGISLATURE. Tlx following bills Loia the Senate were read a 3d time and pass: dr A bill to iiicui-ixirate t!it! Academy cf the Sacred Heart; and a Lili to incorporate ti:e OU-'all.-n University. A fr mi t'.se S.'i:nte to ai.iend an act due observance cf the Sabbath chy; w,uil:iijc,;uc,'n"l,S si WiiS IL-uJ and cideie.t to was referred to tlie committer on indu-ian."' i,: I"k,l'--nJ-T SENATE, Tuesday, Dec. 1st. Mr. Jones of Franklin, presented the pe tition of citizens of Warren, relative to a! VOL. 2. 'United V.'n .Stand Divmrn Vn I'.m.!.." LOUISIANA, PIKE COUN...

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 December 1846

0 111 J J li - c tf. ' -.- '..- .-.- vis r. UntTf.O WF. STAND, DlVIT-KD Wr FALL. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, DECEMBER 21st. . . ! : .-. . ... . : " ' ' . : ' ' " pr sent, ti, i i i 1 . J ti.lt- I . : t . itiic officer-., ana ta.i meuv into their own j. 12,.,.s,um wil mir part upon a w e..k and in- .be i nor..oly avoided,' ana auu.u, n nave as yc-i been 'hands, jured enemy. Such erroneous views, occurred to mc that, considering u-e pies- I I' Imtlic f,.iv. Lave lo-en lit e;nharrased condition of tilft Country. UIUUIO I ill LI IHIIH n " . "J - I widely and extensive?)- circulated not only j we should act with both wisdom and mode at home, but have been spread throughout-iatioii, by giving Mexico one more opportu Mcxico and the whole woW. A more cf-inily to atom- for the past, before we take Actual means could not have been th- 'redress into our own hands. To avoid all to cncuiirin'c the enemy and protract the! misconception on the part of Mexico, as j LARGE IlOtiS IUbrah fob oi l Pi-...

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 December 1846

eleventhof April, 1839, was to be paid loithe well autU-nticatcJ facts connected with! p::?? A 'humix! !ii lit: the on the 30tli of April, '43, & '-the pria-jtAe revolution by which Texas became in- u lUIUIMi cl IU. . fe o. That this may In- IOtiLl". may be proper vert to the causes and to the history of the principal events of that revolution. Texas constituted a portion of the ancient rioalof the said awards, and the interest dependent of Mexico. That this may be .ecruing thereon,' was stipulated to "be the more manifest, it may be proper to ad -J . fivn ireArc- in pniml inctnlmpnta vpit pgiu i" - j . ' j three months." Notwithstanding this new convention was entered into at the request of Mexico, and for the purpose of relieving! province of Louisiana, ceded to the United her from embarrassment, the claimants have! States bv France in he year 1803. In the only received the interest due on the thirti eth of April, 1813, and three of the twenty instalments. Although the payment...

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 December 1846

le Dollar Newspaper j Let tliose who as ik.w declaiming ?0!j9?.y- C'- '.f' -"."CA.'i! I'LOV" I OUTH. ilouillj-au'.'.liist ti;e .'I'. xi- i'!i v. r.r, nt!l ! :ap-i -, T, r, .iag suca idiler iiv(civ ; ;; oi--.a":. :)!, V V -j.i'Ci Written for tl YOUTFI On Mem'ry's tablet deep is wrnr.pht The scenes of boyhood's e.-v-'y ye-.; s. When joyous mirth usurped ! ; o-. r And banish'd far stent J: r-; v. "s t.-r-.-s: To contemplate si:c!i ti." Is Inspires within a holy MI s. 'T is then the heart is pun- and l r" ;'':t--Resplendent as the or!) of day; 'T is then the bubble Pleasure !:vr. And for a moment rules tin- v- ; 'Tis but a moment, for it dies. And quickly from the bosom f!i-s. The visions of the future then With dazzling radiance dim the shd As big with wealth, renown, ai.di fame, They Hit about in glorious might; But soon they vanish as the air, And leave behind a weight 'T csre. epit. ot ' U:Oll t.;- t'r:'vj ri ::u in1-! r t!ic vi- ! t -a :!- -.;-.; p:s;-S"ti i.pol! i' 'Vi - .Unii-.n....

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 December 1846

u 11 p t? j r -4 "7 ET"-!. F Ti""i TErJSC? TUB 'BJSIER. ."2 i:t , iv veil :! 0r.1 il.c end of the volume :;V TU-tr v.-iii Lc iHscoiitinued unless the Lj p.diAr up tuti.s timed' its discuntinu- .11)1 'I2fl i"77.VG f jve very hw.J 3 K'Tt r n business must be post paid. A 'f ? ..' - LJ Riijl-.irlj i i - .:.: '.- r.i at LorntAXt, ' T ... " n:ii:iar cf iVx;is, ag iinst the threatened - I C.-.r. tin :u d . LOUISIANA, f t'oi'NTY, Missoriii, Monday, nrc.::-;si:: ing iht- . in:..; era4 g -1 .:;:.:.. "::eia to le.v.x a IS C C f;-. i It - :ic full faiJi i: ...it i::-.:r ;a . I ::. tr.;-i v ; j . cC). ; ' . ru'- .t:- .1 ;! v ...... : : ! i i' i!. v I v .i s v. . ; ti. .-VU:i S V. i i I" IS. T NO. 3?' Bat .1. xiio r.t-rst.l ii.is ne-erplaced the . . (war vrf.tchsht! has v7agcO,apoR tne ground .. .,. . 'fjI , r , m . l.'iiit cur ar;;;v occupied the intermediate - i -... -f . . c-.. ' - -r rrit.irv Li-iwci-n tLe iN'neces and the Rio .'::.;, .' l r . ti . ti i i if"'"- reiuti prett-nsioa that Tex- ...

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 December 1846

"PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE, '"""',c,,U-dioi",c civilized id, of a gov-.lV.led States, and that it would be his intc.rp R J A,N N E R. Tl. 1 ft!.n.i..l iu:t,. ut eminent, in violation ol -its own 1 r.prc rest 10 lavor pe.u e . . .1 r. :. . .. a 1 1 ..'rrjiptit. bavin" twice reiectcd a in City 01 luexico was lucrciui c, ii'su e.cieu uy , ' r . . , is-j 1 1 war, under those circumstances ana, . - i' M. 4r' .1 . .- M. IT1J ' It teilC .feeiil-I invcsU'.i v.'ii.t Hiii ih: noon iiicso roji"- In Sppn .irv nl St.ic. m 1 ho li ! '1 1 o Son- 'll l'-."' . . L,i:....f ..ii .1 -;-ti.,.T ,';tf. i-. iM s lu tu tcn ..,1 i-vncdii-iit 11 't to (li.struc timber. 184n. to make liuiiurv el the Alex- -,l u" .- .1 ican government. The enquiry w -is in:.diy1v'a 'v-; ' and on the fifteenth of Oclolw-r. i i-", tin ' ;: ''" '' ' Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Mcxiea:. government, in a note addressed in our cmi sul, gave a favorable response, requesting. at the same time, thai our naval force might;-' which, in t...

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 December 1846

public Administrator's Notice. rOTICE i hereby given to persons intc- E x c e h i o rs ' S a 1 c it OF kflTl'll' IMCiifDl County of Pike. jj e C'.; Covrl.Yor. 21., 18 1G. resteil in the estate of" D.ini. l Pearce, laic l.innolll COUllt V Mo., deceased, that. I :is .,!,. V.n administrator of said county, did, on the -StM day of DoeewlH 184(1, take po.ssession ui' sail! estate, and that all persons indebted Io said estate! r P nA reauestt'il those having for allowance vear from Hi' precluJed fi and ll 1101 prrsemeu mini mi ee years nicy 6e forever tarred. lalo ;;, s;,j j ,.u:itv of Pike: This North (hu-tioi Ull-MA.U OUMJ, M hall" oi se :iii Nineteen. c.mt:.ii,in.. rbiie Administrator, acres and "J? one hundredths the Lis! li.ilf of "g" T is ordered by the Court, that nil persons indebted to the Town-hip School Funds of said County, lie notified that all interest due on the First of January next, must be punctually iv'iil; anil unless so pai.l, that proceeding will , . - ,. , r ,. be 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 December 1846

::: . . n . : s i . , . i: . li. i t2- I the jic;1k to jut down Ih'-G. v. n 1. . sit . f ilcnvr.t lv f.ree. . ' r v. '.- : -a ' ': and w t w.h t : !.'. V...t . . : - : . t!:: .-a'eiiej. Tin-;:- w :' '. " X'jUlig, W.H'il i. ; 1 1 tier the av,ay in.'h-r t:.- ci't-i . .: - Taylor t a adva-.s :i the ' '-' ' : ' ' " of Ti-XiK. :;!! -':: V .. t!lO Jthj (': !l':-. T'-'-n a ' -m i-i;v i.s ;)! el w f !'" "' - ' Mexican i:r. r.i-i it - - - - - h i A f t inter . i . a; a i . ::i ; , I ; i-. " .- .1.. J. . ! tl . . : .i ' .'.s : i ,...;.-.! . : if '.vim t a- ; i' t ! e i ! j i.i: 'HALL K'. i:5 '.ever. Are- i: ; i::!' ! ! ' : : : m I i- ii : h i o ! . '. ivec; of a fresh s:i -ny el (.'. i; rlc. J'-iy ..; he i;; :i ii-hh i! .si :.n v.ts-IC.-;::Vf:o:;.-ri-s. muI Mentis i'vC, st.tabl j: v.id tn tn.j-.ic mi May o U.i ctlelrUud : II ,. . ! ' "'!. : :, ,t e i , i -I .) .. '-i-i-sen. v.. V?V i- I Louisieua so. .17i: f- 1 . . . . i. . i .... i . , .. i . i .'. i -t !. - i mil' i.r'ie- .r.'.AV cn.ii Fii ...

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