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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Monday Morning at Louisiana, Tike County. Mo. Ik F. Nl'BUlVi Editor and Proprietor VOL. -2 cor REMARKS OF Mr. WELLS, OF MARION, On lite Constitutional 2neiuLiicnts in rela tion to Representation. Ix Senate. Mr. Wells said: I opp.se this plan with; feelings of unfeigned regret. When I came generosity nn i ?nagn nity! Iiere and heard so general an expression injwhai is rig'a f vcii !$ than ju--:i. favor of equal representation, I rejoiced ini'is tell them that they repp's.-n . tlie confident expectation that it would bei"'e5n"ni'neu an(' generous j i. -. h-. realized. I knew as I now do, that it wasjuot fail to sanction what is just! ... i; demanded by public opinion; anil I now be- I'" we fail if they will not hear us, li t ci-uah:- lievc that if every free man in the. State !s appeal frjni the representatives of the '..v ha v.- one u. were assembled herein a body, and the people to t!ie people themselves. Let us w.il not increase i We ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1847

THE BANNERJ &!f the democratic party or press can not dc justly neiu accouniauie ior UMTSI WE STAND, DlVIDKD WE FALL. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - MARCH 15. 33" It is said that the U. S. Senate lias passed the Army appropriation bill, with en amendment rejecting the Wilmot provi so, by a majority of 10. This is good news; and we sincerely trust that the amendment may have been accepted by the House. The action of the House on that question was most inopportune and out of place. From the votes in both Houses of Con gress on the 27th ult., it seems that the graduation bill lias not passed this session. This is the failure of an important mea sure demanded by considerations of the highest interest. Sj'Tho Washington correspondent of the Baltimore. Sun says the Senate will agree to the House amendment which virtually creates the office of Lieutenant General, and that Col. Benton will then take command of the army. It is supposed that on the adjournment of Congress, Generals Hous...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1847

1 Final Settlement. NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and nihen interest; d in the estate of John Hen derson, deceased, that the undersigned ad ministrator of said estate, will make a hnal set tlement at the next June term of the Pike county court, when and where those interested can ailenu. jn.uiA a. nuuninii, Administrator. March 15th, 1847. Administrator's JVotice. NOTICE is hereby given to all creditors and others interested in the estate of George W. Buckner, dec'il., that the undersigned has ol tained from the Clerk of the Pike county court letters of administration on said estate, bear ing date the 12t day of Jan., 1847. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby i tificd to present the same, properly authentica ted, within one year from the date of said letters, or they may be precluded from having any bene fit of said estate, and if not presented within three years they will be forever barrel. JAMES A. ROBBINS, Adm'r. March l.th, 1847. NO. 4. Statement o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 March 1847

1 m ! I! I 1 It at : 51 6 J . il III Sale of Lands and Town Lots for Taxes. FALL AND WINTER GOODS! j f. JACKSON & BROTHER. NOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance of law, that the Town Taxes, on tl.e fol- lowing lanas ana town lots, in me iowiigi Louisiana, I'ikc county, Jio., lor me v.aij , , SC.oll.i arrival of 1846, remain unpaid, and unless said taxes and all costs thci ion l.e paid, onorbcfoiej .- (;i,,,.is uit ille frr llie f.ill and winter! tl e first day of May next, said lands and town lots wiil, on the first day of May atore-;t rV consistum of all articles usually sold in onll k ..IT...U..1 fn. ..1. t 4liA nf Innl'i.i, ...l!... ...-.., a., ,1 nnctc illlO till . . 1 - l.iO, ,.-n llill ..,,11 n I IT. aaiu, u7 uutj IUI oaic All lls iun vi jjuuijiiuiaj IUi iui: WAi a nnu j ...... . "OHr f I lie OI IM1MIH t n tm n ' - -1 ,;Mrl m.!.! of evel'V - il. . 1 . l:j J .1.- ....... II. l 1 i f... I A Uart -ltnni.lil 111 'l-l M!'P11 III i. I.V'K !il IV g lit J .1. iu inn iuwcsi uiuuer, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1847

DEMOCRATIC BJ.UEB. PUBLISHED Higularlj on every MinJay Mornins; at Louisiana, Pike Count v. Mo. H. r. SIfRRtV, Editor and PeoprieU mm r b el T3i -2 S I 5.-. 4 f- l'. H W" ZZU VCi J ft hi m A a te'-; l'i M fa n - r-'- ---cl E-,i XSiif !'-, Of 11 LI JLJllg from the Washington Union. KPECCII OF JUDGE IiSlfirtSS. Hf r..,.rJac r..r.:A IT. ?. Ml uui.0ijij ir,mi-u. iiu sail! lie liilll risen for the purpose- of submitting u fewj J remarks in reply to the honorable gentlr-i'-ir -r- man from Massachusetts, especially dircrt-l.o llci -r .i : i.:..i. i i "j i : .. eu iu uiui jin.i, in mueu in- enargen a tic- IP inn tii-mtj-I U.-.mii Wi: Sr-.Mi Divini.i. Wk Tall." TEBMSOF THE BiMEfi. .J in advance; $2 50;:t the end of tie vBlowfc' No man's paper will In- discontinued unlet th same bep.iiJ for up to the tins of i(uicoiitinu- ? 5 .ID J 'Eli TlXljm done reryjyw. - j All letters on business mutt be post paid. LOUISIANA, MId.S.;UKJ, MONDAY, MAKC1I 22, 1S.J7. party, v . .: . , :i: ,,. ' :j,,.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. — 22 March 1847

THE BANNER. United we stand, Divided we r.u.L.' LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY. MARCH 22. In another column will be found the call of A H. Martin of Lincoln, for volunteers. Under the new law which has been passed by Congress, it is expected that Missouri will be called upon to furnish her quota of volunteers for the war; and in anticipation of a requisition we presume that Mr. Mar tin bow acts, with the hope of securing the, reception of his company into the army, before others which may be more tardily formed. He has some knowledge of mili tary tactics, and possesses the requisite courage and energy of character to make a good commander. He has commenced the work in earnest, and we sincerely trust that he may succeed in forming a company which may win honor and glory in defence of their country. 3lP The counsel for the defendant in the case of the United States v Francis Thom as for libel, have, withdrawn from all parti cipation "in any line of defence goius? upon the maintainaneeof ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1847

wai seized together with several officers and men, and thrown' into prison as Ameii-i cans in disguise. It acquired about one week to convince Don Juan Carraho to tlie, contrary. They touched at San Bias and Acapulcn, and took a running survey of the whole coast. It is in an utterly defenceless state.' Since writing the above, one of thrscj British officers informs me that the Ameri can sloop of war Shark was sshoie on the bar of the Columbia river, in September last. It was not known at San i rancisco,! whether she was cot off or not. Some said she was got off, but went ashore again and Ollis l3vCllill UlllUIi Tl There is still a grf at turmoil on this coast Of last Sii til l'tli V, Wllidl about the expedition of Flores. In this' fil!wl ivitli place it is hardly possible to sleep for drum-IS 11 II I III, HIOM ining, fifing and blowing of these villainous CXCltlllJ afCOlliiis )f C Spanish American trumpets. The govern- j- rfl,,. r ment of New Grenada has concentrated! UggltS 0,1 110...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 March 1847

n !1 M P ill iii Sale of Lands NOTICE Is lierehv n-iveii. in lowing lands and town lots, in Use 1S46, remain unpaid, and unless saiii tLe first day of May next, said lam said, be oucredfor sale ut the town V- 1 L;J J. ..,,,.0 tl lilt? lUHCSb UlUUtlj Ul HI? JJVIJi'll feet and inches. Sale to continue tion of the Town Collector. 55 o o c- I" 5 a ti. Burbridge'a heiri lt2 do 163 O 3i BoeUck's heir, 133 do 134 do IPS oo 199 do 203 do 204 Daniel Emerson, 49 W. Brown's heirs, 136 W B Clifton, 30 Jai. Collins, 249 do 250 Win. Carr. 485 do 470 Nath'l Carr. 483 N & J Griffith 385 do 386 R Glasby, 105 Ezra Hunt 520 do Jas Jones, undivided half 139 S & G January 52 WE Jackson & Cook's 21 do 14 do do co do do 8 14 8 37 do 59 55 58 43 do 14 65 15 8 12 21 39 75 do 6 13 31 31 do do do do do do 65 heirs 113 238 243 616 592 53 129 273 276 274 275 612 613 615 614 546 do do Robert Jordan's heirs, do W S Lipscomb F.phraim Pierce's heirs do do do do Daniel Scott io do do Lister VoshelTs heir...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1847

V BBMOdBiTIC BANNER. PUBLISHED RtguUrty on every Monday Morning at Louisiana, Pi" Codntt, Mo. g. r. UTRRATi EJHor and Proprietor, FROM THE SEAT OP WAR. 'Arrival qf IhcArinpc The Latest aiithen , tit accounli from Gen. Taylor The -1 Summons of Santa Anna and Ileply of i Gen. Taylor Latest uenpalches Jrom Monterey Fortifications of Los Muer tot Abandonment of Ceralvo Occupa tion of Marin, Mier, etc., by the Mexi cans Contradiction of McCitlluch'i Cap- tare, etc, etc. The U. S. schooner Arispe, Capt. West, arrived in port yesterday afternoon from the mouth of the Rio Grande, having sail mA thence on the 6th inst. Or. Jarvis, of the U. S. armv. came passenger on her. , He is the bearer of despatches from Col '. Curtis, in command at Camargo, to the Gov ernment at Washington UhmmsA I lib 1AI3ML VOL.2 "United We Stand Divided We Fail." LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1847. NO. 52. Gen. Taylor, calling for reinforcement', he had sent another to adviso of this fact. Abou...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1847

y a TjV7p7:'R T FrV !ttc ,,v:o,of T,v,s if thiTZZv''lUx is si.own. that th- feeling of then-THde to rc-capture. 1 1 m ust ebetweWthcse tac7 anl Aime liJirif ; J VA W Jt I "I'v-J!ll i 2i , lrPltfnl.ml, ,v, ,,eXt to impobsible lor Gn. Taylor with a1 cmy'a, force had ofily Beared on tMjftM fl : T - - !,MHlU "-' ;""I ,!";H' 1,1!ac'10,,s wLl- :-l,,!erT T ' 1 lw tLuXnaeA. to d.feat t!, tumorous: between ilontcr, , and ; Camargothri U jr5S j is -.uiti.isaiVsid-ilial War." Ilxw jmoi.i. tcrby v-.chto ?a;,nl..tetUe ''Tcr'1 i ;r,v f Ie-ic, u.kr its I'Vt celebrated would tend. to strengthen the belief that the jP !obl. than wak iji 'j'.il--hood. !t wi K-iire a p i i i-' ut v- km.,, tuut tl-'-'-jsa.V. . aitd-t.n-- wj.."faiii 4 o'.Ji r has force in this rear formed no part of-SaMl41 iMjEffiffi& !!..s-.- w,5fi w.vk, .ims f'..tl .-an he par-flVesi lei't o: . w..i v. dl i e su. p..:1c,'.l a-. iin.sd b ju-'id. specks of sit-Anna's army, nsAey would have beeaope- iOTT '?n :b- ...-e.v.-.t T it ta-!...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1847

told by the Transoript: : , - r Yesterday1 the letter ith the 'Wotict it contained was returned to the post otlice here from thd tftiad I Her OJh coat nslug-L- . ,1-U ton, What a commentary on the hasty indul gence of suspicion, and the wrong of not allowing to" character its J ue weight! 2fA coinmet was visible to the caked eye at Boston on the 11th inst. It was then a bout twenty degrees above the horizon, a little to the west of north-west. Candidates - r :.' i COUNTY CLERKSHIP- Ad mi n istra tor's-JXoiiccJ A LL persqus w hereby nptified tin I have x . ouiainea irom me uicrit ol tmr ni-e cmikt , FROM THE IBS..- Wc copy the following additional infor mation fioin a St. Louis Republican extra of the 27lh instant: 7 he two most important features of the news by this arrival are, first, the retreat! of Gen. Taylor upon Saltillo and Monterey without a general action, and, secondlv. a St. Charles College. This institution un-'revolution in Mexico, with the expulsion of) der the patrona...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 March 1847

Sale of Lands and Town Lots for Taxes. NOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance of law, that the Town Taxes, on the fol lowing lands and town lots, in the Town of Louisiana, Pike county, Mo., for the year 1845, remain unpaid, and unless said taxes and all costs then-on be paid, on or before tit first day of May next, said lands and town lots will, on the first day of May afore said, be offered for sale in the town of Louisiana, for the taxes and costs due thereon, to the lowest bidder, or the person paying the taxes and cost, for the least amount in feet and inches. Sale to continue from day to day, till all are sold, under the direc tion of the Town Collector. 4 sr s 5S p k Si r 5! e 5! o 2. I A r 5 e . M OH Erg 3 5 o e 3 C e 90 s H Se B. Burbridge't heirs 162 do 163 o W Itvk-s heir, J 33 do 134 do 198 do 199 do 203 do 204 Daniel Emerson, 49 W. Brown's heirs, 136 W B Clifton, 30 J. Collin, 249 do 250 TVm. Carr, 485 do 470 NanYl Carr. 483 V 8l J Griffith 385 do 386 E R Glasby, 105 Kara ...

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 April 1847

VOL. 3 DEMO OR J TIE B1XXER. PUBLISHED Raf'iltrly on every Almdny Morning AT LOUISIANA) PliiF CuL-Sl V. Mo 8. MinitlV. Editor ami Proprielor. ,! O. Delta. Mui th 23. MERIflNMRMS TRI.SIPil.lXT. MEXICAN LOSS 4000! AMERICAN 700 A Iilnody Batlh - Ann nca n Vc.hr TriumphantSanta . I t h i v Anna cutlj piters by den. Tayidt L if ('.ds. Yetl,McKee, Hardin, Clay, &c, -vr., On the Dili March, Dr. Turner, U. S. A., after many dangers and liair bredth escap es, arrived in safety at A.itumoros. Previ ous to his arrival, the communications be tween Monterey and our lines on the Rio Grande, had been closed for several days. Dr. Turner communicated to one of our correspondents severe battle tweeu Gen. Santa Anna' forces, about 17, -.. . , i r. i , ... UUU strong, nnu wen. i ayior s nine army, T, fivltin commenced . !": nitn . . I c n between anu u.uuo mosuy volunteer. ; j,Vbruary and ended on the 23d, when Santa "Uniti:i We Stvmj Divn.rn We Fall." TERM S OF THE B INNER. 2 in advance; $2 50 at ...

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 April 1847

TUB BANNER. 'Unitkd wr stvno, DrviDm v. E rut.." . LiH:iS,ANAl,SS(,li,,V ... MONDAY, APRIL ;. - -r - - On our first pa.-e will be found an ac - fruiter the brilliant battle of Bcuna Vista, and other news Irom the army. Unr coun trymen have again met their enemies and driven them in dismay from the field. Not withstanding they M ere compelled to con tend with three limes their own numbers in an enemy's country, they have again cov ered themselves with glory. In this con test American valor has most signally tri umphed over Mexican bravado. Cfeneral Santa Anna at the head of 20,000 Mexicans has been compelled to fall back, and leave the field in the possession of Gen. Taylor and his gallant little army of 5,000 volun teers. After a loss of 4,000 men, while the loss of our army is estimated at only 700, he has precipitately retreated to San Luis with the remainder of his shattered army, which he acknowledges was cut to pieces in the contest. Mexican like, he claims the "trophies," the ...

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 April 1847

IAlT OF I.ETTEItS EMAINING in the Tost Office at Louis iana, .Mo., on the first day of April 1847, which if not taken on', in three months, will he It1 large calibre. Neither Duncan's or Taylor's battery has arrived, nor has Col. Harney reached here with the 2d Dragoons. A num. i.-..l .'j.ct-olv- will, Irnnns and ordnance. ...i.:..i .1 ......Ir n l.av n 1,oJpnt 1 the General Post Office as dead Utters WUK . v i Wm 1Joo(h Sam,j p HHes S Ingram 1iss Mary Ann Kelsoe George Johnson Joseph McBridc Wm .Vullikin S R .Vaddox Kohl Orr Wm B Pew Ed Byram Rule Samuel Spires Comodore P Smith Elijah Seolt A rcliibald Scoggin John Stephens John L Tribblc Henry Wicst .WW Watson i - r ncaru ui. vi...:..i. i . ..i. There has been considerable skirmishing riinc nr!,,.tni. ay, and some twenty of our men woun- ijri u B Batcman i ; a. r T" i p . . A C Campbell Rev. Jacob Capps CaplB Clifford Kliza Christopher 1 lios IJaugherfy to-day ded, among them Lieut. Col. Dickson, of the South Carolina regiment, bu...

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 April 1847

E-9 I II i Sale of Lands and Town Lots for Taxes. NOTICE is hereby ffiven, ia pursuance of law, that the Town Taxes on the follow ing lands and town lots, in the Town of Louisiana, Pike county, A., fr the year 1846, remain unpaid, and unless saidtaxes and .ill cost9 thereon be paid on i r bet re the first clay of Jbay next, said lands and town lots will, on the first day of AAiy afore said, bo offered for sale in the town of Louisiana, for the taxes and costs due thereon, to the lowest bidder, or the person paying the ta.vf-s and cost, for tlte least amount in '"""' r .. j i . . a- ; r J :n n 1.1 l-l.a .Ki-nntiim till' JjIV ieei ana incites, oaw o continue iruin uay uj vvt 1111 an are sum, unm-i m . m . ' IIIO. I 01 ine i own collector. 7n Dr. Bnp 1XDM.V QVEEX VEGETABLE 9UGJM C0.1TED PILLS. ! 1 I'AYKS. 'i.i Clllctic s "o: 11 Use 4 111 i . I: o A C 3 - E? s 6 a. e at most ..'..imirii- v- with us t'.-v; i s aiui try. A i! . it is sn-et s in rviny; !i!'y inti-.(l of j lor c n:ij:i !i-!...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 April 1847

u UlflflCRATIC R.i 7 j : ; PUBLISHED ' fteguLirly" on nrif Mim-day Morning at touisrAHA, Pik? Co'tx rv, .Mo. I Jl..,. . , . 1 . , h. F. MUiSU lV. IMiior and Proprietor ! .(1 -viftjf. Wf F.vu..'' U'RI, MONDAY, APRIL 1L 1847. - . : . O. 2. g ,eii!o-lfS or splendid y.i.ge.a,js.. , ... , .V. ., , . ... . ' ; ; . ;. fP5w.ffI, to ail i:l !( ni';!r. a letter from Purls, Bknxt-.tt 'sfty.'r is rv'TV re"5.in i:i K U II it T rntl of the volume 1 ..irrc . is cr..ry reason to 'V 1 '-U, J'r VSW:rl'fl,re Itne deficiency of t-.e Brrtis'h PYcnc?: ! !eau -' i: ami richer the y ottr.g ft malejshc harvests, to suop..rt thn popuhit) Am .f m Jri- J?iT!nTt7asre''t.0tVfe? p?iis cji3,ner countnv will iie;iiUi b- a--t-r.aJ.ci-t'if t1ae cliJrfde if-a h3W?WWtWse1ft'ftr MARSHAL FOXlATOWiSKJ. j . Hit lat xtruggle at t.tljme'IIis tragical' ' ;. 'rfiith, and impysiirg Funeral.- j , CT J. T. HfcAVLEV. ... lVL.3.j 'I ho allies brought to the encounter at; - - i.1 I .e.iniic iiearlv throe hiindrori IhniicanH t. ........

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 April 1847

THE BANNER. 'Uxitko wt stand, Divided we fall." LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY APAiL12. For the Banner. I M. Editor: Public attention is being', directed to, tlic selection of a candidate for ! the Gubernatorial chair, at the election iuj 1848, and it will not be doesned premature l biing to the consideration of the Deino- OFFICIAL ff'axhington Union. Front the FROM GEN. TAYLOR'S CAMP. JJ" A Tommunication from "One of .critic iaily, individual, Head Quarters Jinny uf Occupation, ' Cami. on the field of Bat Je, Buena Vista, . - mm a . r a a o Mm I Mexico, February x, ion. party, t!ic mme of an 0 iSf; ,v,i:t!iv f,i ror.-it-i. ht flitiii.rii!ibJ liOIJOr. People' will be found in our paper lo-d v. ! aj.!lltj i j lils i. Mc I) tiYllM OiN "-f- Sir I have the honor to report that, We fall cmiiw mitU tl. Pit..r ; ; ,r,..!o. . 4...i:. .- .l.-'.'.HVine become assured on the 20th 111st., ? - ....w- ... baav .Ti. tj: tt:iii nuuiuu ui ass-v.- w praise which he bestows upon Mr. MeJai :Suu-. OwinglnM...

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 April 1847

small river, which runs through the town,! J fcftHTH, but was driven back from it with inuchi crTT upbim' urn Sater than was suffered by Col. Haruey. SCUll s SPRING, MO, This is supposed to have been the advance 11 At just received anri is now opening a r 10 000 of the enemy which are at Perote,1 JJL larg.: and liiMuuue assortment ol "Li .U;M,5ii simnosed dsiened corainel SPRING AND SIMMER STAPLE in the rear of our line by a circuitous route,) nnri oMtinc a diversion in tavor ol the oe-.togcuier an n - i siegca LIST OF IjETTilBS KTT JL f 1 EMAINING in the Post Office at Loui- VJ (fOalLW' T11PI iana, JUb., on the first day of April 1847,'-LM Gen. Scott, it was supposed, would advance soon on the capital. Gen. Twigg's brigade when the Princeton left, was under arms, prepared to march to Jalapa, and Gen. Quitman's brigade was preparing to march upon Alvarado, which it was supposed would he taken without much difficulty, as no preparation had been made for a land attack. Midshipman Roge...

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 April 1847

and . f 7 ' Sale of Lamfe NOTICE is hereby giv. n, h ins lands and tow n lots, in the i 1846,4remain unpaid, and unl -.- ... ; the first day of JLuy next, sai 1 1 1- .h: : , said, bo offered for sain in tin. . to the lowest bidder, or the pi-r.-.ou ;,a feet and inches. Sale to eonui'iie iim of the Town Collector. itls (or Taxes. . that the Town Taxes on the follow-! iVf-i i. Pike comity, SI-., for the year . ccsts lltri : be j i'.iu on or bef-r : w i!!, fin the first clay of jlay afore-1 v .; f r ti.e taxes and costs due thereof.. . . , . :: s and cost, for the, least amount iii'i,. , tili all are sold, under the directioiijt!,-.' j, ' i. i muj.1 ... 7 r. 1.1: - 1847. F5:XG CAMPAIGN. . i ... . TKtst in tin West. ,:$r?: JUlli 1 -Pro fesionai Cards. . 9 p 5? o r o ' Ere 3 H tx 5" 3 at c s H 1 J2P ST 2 B. Burbridge's heirs 162 1 do 163 O N Bostick'i heir, 133 do 134 do 198 do 199 do - 203 : v do 204 Daniel Emerson, 49 W.Brown's heirs, 136 W B Clifton, 30 Jas. Collins, 249 do 250 Wm.Car...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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