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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 April 1845

- Ill a . sra res? ..sax. w . .:js3s ita i r s i.j., . , f-; s r 7,1 6-J . tfrVi Try ye m a. .tea; A . J.' riCKI., Publisher " Salcs ropta.i. sreittM lfx isto. uioi: a- m it k ay, r.uiior. iJotfuxc-cii.xN, r.Ki: county, M.).,sAT;r.DAy, april 12, tms. Til l-: '" ' jjNf-oi.K- academy, T 1 rot, y.o. Ma. Hconis, the late respected prin cipal of this institution, closeil his last term 011 Fri lay the 4;!i ii.st. 1 He refus- to become rain t.n applicant for '.he Ac j imv; hut .it the .lose of Lis last NEW PAPER. i JACKSON'S EIRTH DAY. Mr. r,idei.bo..?i., foinirrly of the- t-n the 2. J i:.st a portion of the Liberty Haunt r, i about start inp a new j friends of the man f 'lion." met at press at St. Joseph, in Buchanan ouii- ' ore of the Hotels in Wellington city, .v in this S.Me., we believe tote rail- eclehra!.- the anniversary el U- Hay ed the "St. Joseph's Gazelle." "We-.!- w hich g-ive birth .. tak.s !ier wav. ' Uvh-::u. Au ; u ward (he star of empire I I pro ver f NVw sri'ii.c A few y...

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 1845

Tin: iiawhr. Kawltn-reen.....tp t il 13, 19 1 5 .,! It - j removal. i iil ' Hixsci" ntTIec his been re li.aie.ltotte htiildir; fertrcrlv occu pied ly II. f.. Pettitotie.l Co., second .lu..r r. t ff the Drug Store. J3"-TI; indisposition of tV Kdi'or, ?-Th indUpr.ition f tV Kdi'Br, irapnlocyfjr lh rr,iy cf editori- TO f'-OSREPONPENTS V!? qv.i:e a nun.her upon huii'3, aiij T'.d on arcurt rf the fa;ure on heir par. t ccmplv with te ru whirli Hmas-! t'.iK rsi c r.f the anther with !-e rran-.:'"rift. Sorre tf them frctn . ia?:r very eaiurts, t'Q'ii: i.o nitr.e; yet ws l.ave adrj ted it a a rule, tr.3 wr will nothet't.c fir-t to i:dn;c it. 25" The sprii'p term t-f the Rmi circuit caurt. cownenced upon Monday lauf Art. I rn.t ,-r.r.n 'I1iiir..lill I - J"'w -I- '-"-j .. - . j o vner-. rnfirninj. The case of Addison Smith, , From accounts the contest wai exceed-j Sec. 5. V hen a suit is bruuMit be charged with horse stealing, was tried inply warm the last city papers al-; f0ie a j.is'.ice of ...

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 1845

iicmp infection j yVe are ,.!ear.. t Ut ; i J , f . 1 r.owN una others, i ,.rU Micur, l.egis!r.t.m-, at in, ,n, meets "''" r' ' "" u i , ! r..mmeridatnn abroad. j :!ir a-tefiU"i nft witestrd to; if,;, ,-t is miiO.M greaier out o. it,,. State than in it . e i-een j J ill the inttiHerence manue-. the panels in the huiie, on. this subject, lor it is ul immense in.-! porl-ince to a la'e p-riion of the ; MiMifi farinf i . The Nev Orleans bulletin c'ptcs most the report and loiiuuks: , -The facs nnd argtm:e.-.u set i f.nih ' interest Mail concerned j in the prodtl-'i-fl i-r ti;-de 'l tt' l VP heltcvo tin views.,!. ! the .i;.iiii"in e.uui sse.i . FADED FLOWERS. I keep it still, the laced flower, late In U-.-1 the S'-'Jr farfi-i-se' le.l bv Through long and cheerless years, j In memory of thai happy hour, Which time the more endears. When from thy hand the gift I tcolc, And saw the tear-drops start, And clasped with fond & gefttle look, The giver to my heart. ; STATE OF MISSOURI, ?ss J ...

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 1845

rr s a Mi LIFE'S fcUKXY 6POT8 T W. I.CCGETT. I h.d often ben heard to siy neverln.w 'horoogt.ly - j would. Tie, ...V(V.r. fiet;i... .- . .. v v . jtnany .! t e pist ' , ' :-:'N r, - ; i'i.a.;. . 'ries which abound in I' ri; : mf imt'tiijsl othi-is. he had honored hi. , Mood!' -ar. tj..- sir?' !. IS Though life's a dark and thorny path, III gnat the silent tomb. It yet some spots of sunshine hath, That smile amidst the gloom; The friend who weal and woe partakes Unchanged whale er our lot, i Aio'lais. mil lire iir.ssi beum ua l. ; ! w Who kindly soothes the heart tliat .acnes: ; pr;7ncois." i; I sure a sunny spot. One day Jack on goin.: to the g I- Y..,.i. arm-, '.' The wile, who half our h.inien bear.., lery of Mr. Lepfge, with one of his Ti. .wt..L ! .-ours.-.' -a. J Adulter, not a moa..; f. '.end-, found it occupied hy a young :,ni.wt-r; we nr- no- a-ut Whose ready hand wipes off our tears; 'man well kn..wn as on-; t the b- -n ; duel, 1 ut t ie.-i.! ; a p-MH "! i rubii.-her Costot...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 April 1845

. "Y "i MAMS. tt HIVOK & nURRAY, Editors. " Saxcs rorci.1, srrBtKA lex isto. " A. J. PICKETS, Fablisbcr ' BOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1845. Jabber IS. Yolo me 1. i - i J f. r x i THE BAXKKK. THE CONVENTION. The election of member to the Con vention, for the amendment of our Slate Canstitntion; will take place on the 1st. Moudsy in August next In impor tance, thai election will be second to none which has ever been held in this State. Our Constitution formed for a 'ion in few counties, l pjMiav WHAT IS 10 BECOME OF OUK COUNTRY t BT JUDGE STOBT. No Mr. "Tempest," we do not Tt e are pleaded to see that many think your table show s any disposition of the principal journal of the demo- on the part of the legislature ts give the cratic party, express a decided prefer new enmities any very great preponder- enre f r the one terra system. Presi- n . .1 v I. il . T ...... I -j flout P. 1L- Y,r liis t-f tor iti afrnnrl tf anee. jsui we uo .una e VVn W reflect cn whs bee...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 April 1845

11 12 IS A N i K It. I Howling-Green.. .Anrd in. lam , -- REMOVAL. The ' Bas-" office has been re moved to the building formerly Occu pied by- IL L. Pcltibonec; Co., second 1 door east of the Drug Store. AT IT AGAIN. The editors of the Jo,,.! lart' weet ,.,., r.....i .1 i i- i. ... e it it. . ti . -i i upuu ocuuiur i ciuurn. iiia iitey nave ' aot vet glutted their ven-catu-e. Their wrath is rat yet appeased. "Tftty in tend to hold him up to the public gaze. Thty intend to keep it before the peo ple, that Dr. Welbnrn has violated prin ciple which ara held sacred in a re- publican - vern ne!.'," etc. etc. Vts, iwjiiiwK-srfjiain Mfj. ur. iei- born should prepare t be immolated upon the altar cf their urath now; for ; their blow s are pow crful perfect anni- 3S Dr j n. Urciics, of Calumet. He ' lhe t-vernment Urgan, at n asr.ing hilaUou awaitb'him. Hut what his to UJ1jtes itldn himself a high ord-r of ttsncity. slirred up me gall ot incsc imiignai.1 gentlcman:jj Forsooth, Dr. Wclborn ai...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 April 1845

serious and subdue d lone MI. who neua i ...... Vwieil4;,i so uuexpoc.edls ho." a y man .hall hwUod bj e last lin-1 la,l. cell ...Id ti.e fears of an He then paud until MW. :, ,, db.-th-.- revives ctumz soui ,1 t his Mi-..e--..; a voice lm:ld';t:;ih;;i M4sn,H,!sh)tllll, nr..! sorrow to the pinnacle of mid. the tiinhin,. ' , , hiii,;nes-;--or the advocate il. 1 I. It'll l-.lliieLl Ml MlUOriO, i. o he resumed m a '''' , . . lin;Sue'in thr import; ti-v V i . i lriir.! v a words on t. ll , . murderer should ..tgo tuipun- ,l T,i the.- verv words im- ilied-- the.. . .., ' . 5...)1; wci! and S.-1, ve iu- i- ,i ,.!" l uiii.-h'i! by (..rrn the c:il il. .1 death, -l.i i; a a spark of divinity Should w n I ,i ioi s ei!; il 1 U'1 ! .'ft! n ..I uoi:. j i , ;. ooer.Cll the mper ligh .i hv :oi A'.n.ihiy v. i h. !; onui lnni' I. veil w -on: ...... ii I .mi v i a !" t' Id m.s staineii I : r.J II I'll f e ill. .Oil Ol ; OIOllHI. . . . . I - .. ... should c i-onder il-.-q.ly nd mnsidcr w'h' Iv ero wc ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 April 1845

V Froni the Cleelani UsraU The Fireman. Aatld lb flamta ha ator.d. Ai tba while smoke formed bis wreath. Aid ibeewetlinjr wavea of lh- 6tr ftoti Cam forging from beneath. Tit eraeklia; timber nrUi And tba brands eeme gleaming down, Lika tba tottered wealth that the forests vield. When their antomn leave are brawn. Tba Umpet bowled ia wrath. And tba fire wheeled madly on; And the embers far, on the wind's wild path 7 breach tha morky eight, bad cone Tel, there, in his pride, be etnod. With ateady hand and at rone; if ad bis aie came down on tbe burning weed. Till the heart of the old oik toitg. There waa many an earnest eye. Thraojh the rolling smoke, that gzd, Vbila he stood with his dauntless soul and high. Where the hottest fire branda biased. And prayers ware faltered forth. From tbe aged and the joung; ' For' the safety of mmy a household hatrth. On the strokes of his strong arm bung. There waa many a eond knight there. With his mantle round him rolled. That aloof, in the light ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 May 1845

A. J. PICKETS, Publisher. " Salcj populi, susm. x.ti tsio. lOi: Ml UICAV, Editor. POWLISG-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MIX, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1845. . . .i s: Till: BAjIJI13K prospects of the democ racy. No i ll" i"'r of our l'cmt"t Mtda jlorisui Never since the organization of lie Government have the prospects of the li.moeracv been brighter Ii. fact from . , state of doubt and instability, after ai loiicanddoubH.il struggle we hate lj last established our principles upon a firm and permanent basis but it h" not been estaulisnea wuuvu - - j trouble-thc sea over which the oia snip ( of state has ploughed Iier way na n rough, and it times tempestuous many darters have threatened us msny false I , . i i i,.,.,nnt to lure us on to ,!estruction,-bul we have stce;ed clear ..esirucuui, hi' 1 lie tlinats anu iuic3a;i..- would have engulphad us, and like the storm-beaten mat inrr who lias been the plaything of h waves and the 'nd when securely harboured, we may look ' back with calm serenity upon the ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 May 1845

- i II IS H A I' X E K. BWlnBGr(em.....May 3rd, 1815 Those ivhetighi with dog must use d.fi play. Jfo. Journal. When we first took charge of the Ed itorial department of the Banner, we promised that our columns should never be stained" by the admission ol any arti cle of a lw or personal nature. --Huw- ever much we may desire to meet the Journal upon it own ground, and to fight it with its own weapons, we must refrain, for the reason that we are stop ped by our own promise and further be cause the arrows shot by that canine concern, and winged with all the force which they could give them, have fallen li armless at our feet; and lastly because we cannot forget, as men that we owe a certain tu.m.r.t of respect to the society in which we live, and that the favorite game of the Journal and played so skil-, fully called "dogs play," is beneath us: that men should secretly engage in that me is common but that men should o far lose all respect for the public and themselves as to come out ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 May 1845

t.t.l bahnr Spring ' ",Uomt th' .With all thy budding flowers; W,ti raptu" I ,b,i comil, l7"'1 Amerg ik f8' """ 1 m fiui 'J walcome eing, I lib iFgt o wild and free; I'Stir merry notes around me riiif. .Vpcrttsg from Irae to tree. 1 hail thae itl thy sonny bloom. Jnd morning's tweetet houra; hey diteipale tha winter's (loon. And nature clelhed wilb flowf r. A type of hop Ibea'rt to the heart, Wnea sorrowe round it cling; Though cloud our path awhile 0115 dim' , IT hope Eternal Spring. I TWO NEIGHBORS AND HENS. THE Ain.taioNew Jiey lutei the fallowing circurmlances reipectinj: rwiie'.f nnd oce of hi otiyhhors: 1 once owned 0 large flock of hen. ! i-fitf rallv Lent them nl.ut up. But, ne tnring, 1 concluded to let ttietn on iti inv yard, aMer 1 had clip) ed 1 ifieir iviogf o tliey could not ty. On; day, when 1 came home to din ner, I learned that one of my neigh bor! tiod beeo there, fuli of wra:h, to let nit know uiv hens had been in his nrderi, and that he had killed seer ' of them,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 May 1845

A POETICAL ESSAY ON MISS CATHARINE JAY. An S A now I mean 2 write 2 U, sweet K T J, The girl without a , The belle of U T K. I 1 der if U pot the J I wrote 2 U B 4 ; I sailed in the K K D A, And sen: by L N Moore. My M T will scarce contain 1 calm 1 D A bright, ; Hut S T miles frrm U 1 must -M. this chance 1 rite. And 1st. should N EN V U, B E '.. mind it not; Should N E friendship show B true, They should not B forgot. (Jut Irieiids and foes alike D K, As U may plainly C. In everv funeral It A Of useless L E G. From virture never D V Si Her influence B S, Alike induces 10 derness Or 40 tude divine. And if U cannot cut a Or cause un ! I hope U'll put a . 2 1 ! I U for N X A tion 2 heart and (KT My cousin' He oilers in all A 2 of laud He says he lovr s U 2 X. S, U're virtuonsand Y's, JnX LNCUX L All others in his I's. This S A until U 1 C 1 pray U 2 X Q's: And donot burn in F E G Mv young and wayward muse. Now fare U well, dear KTJ, I frust that U It true When this U C then U can say...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 May 1845

.ftA -7 IIIXOU & MI'URAY, Editors. " Sams pofum, scpkema LEX ESTO. A. J. PICKETS; rnblishcr. COWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1845. lYnmber 14. L Volume 1. i .1.1 -I- ... . i 5 XV If AT NEK. THE TACKETS. . Theie i no seciljn of Missouri cn wti.ag rr.i.rc f diy the ad vintage, r.f r.avi--itiaT at the Miiip?i country below X. r,V,J,. W have three regular . ' i ..,..-. ?s. .Louis and V rapids, the Boreas, the Laclede, and thcu.i list least, the Die Vernon The U'f paael bast all that a travel ler couii desire-unserpasscd ty try teat in speed, f:ae a.-commodjlions gen tlemanly officer i, she loots the very r jcS jr cf ecafort. Ths who goto St. Leui will r.ct forget thc li;t!c Die, and if ever they do travel upen her they iU not seen forget the kind attention, tlf He clerk, Mr. Dias, who is certain ly the Chesterfield cf the Mississippi- novel suit. Ur Irrm that a case cf Irtach cf u.irritcc centred nas tried X the lite ,l Warren circuit coi:rt. This HI v it the firs...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 May 1845

' c. , m Hi. 11 i.l '11 ' j: , l! IS m. hi -1! fSl 1 5 : 1 -1 4 II Tlii: 51 A I 12 SJ. noviiiu-i,rcrn...May IO, 1V15. rr p,ri WAR! WA!'.!! 1 1 or tno Lanner. - v DEMOCRATIC MEETING. LATEST FROM .WJU- Eartnrpjakc! Churches iii iu.ms. Ftv Eitc arrival. via New O.iean- OREGON' TERRITORY. By t!,p arrival of llie Caledonia from ! At a meeting of (he democrats ol Lincoln, liclil Rt Troy, on Monday tle first day of the circuit court, for the we !.:.; advice.- hom .'w;' .-:r tu.o purpose i.f selecting delegates to a i.i- P..! ... 1 t ,, ' , , . i ' tnct convention to nominate ?:''. -tales tl.e.l..,t!;c BIIll5j1I,Hi,llncntllp.!rur(hc s,a(e C0M,n!imii lh, ..elil:g ontlieclaiin wlmh England pretends to . WM 0 hy cau s.,,onion R. have upon Oregon Territory. In a la- Mlix, to tlie cn!nr atll, appointing S. boured argument in the House of Com- j yJ Sf cr,an, ...ons,IonlJolmlMIS,'Iuj)n,li1lisq.,eS.i OnmolionofA.il. Martin, it was Hon tool .he broad ground that the right j rMelveJ that IC fliairil,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 May 1845

E ns swt.et 70 think BY THE HSV. BRtTTIl.. TU sweet to think thai wln-n I die, There' one will hold my languid head, Ani '- mc Rt 10""" 7,11 every breath of life- is Hid. And when the o beaming eyes i-.iall cW, And l '-o at last their fauiiiray, J'orev-r hVd in de-io repo:, She'll natch beside my lift-h s J 'y. Tis tweet to think that when I'm dead, llteve will pour itt tsftost tear llr.t haul u'"-.i my greon turf shed "I ho sweetest fl'jwit it' the year, Tis sweet lo think we both thall lir, Kre long within one common tm''. Till from dealh's ! m is reio.-i.-cd n-c fly To lHoo Most ra!iii-i beyond ll-rnl,if Srini-W'eAhj Pucl.t- ', J!an nilnt.'. Qu-nci, irsr,j SADDLERY! IOC.G?'S ,'V. I r-t ei i 1 t iCl:e;iii K s t a I, i shmou f : S ciT ''" i ohoap p ash! ; . 1 Yrp- ,.,.-.,,, lh,.m.f;v,, in ZiS-A ! 1-1 r?jfc'?$ Saiidles, 1'riiilos, Mai -' A I t re ..flirir pinfe'simi Mace rV "JY"""3 ' U. . V.N i.I . i, I....V ri-crixii r .!.! ! A;-if?". 3 tjrgals, Biippv and " sI U? tl.e I)...-iocra....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 May 1845

BE KIND TO EACH OTHER. Be kind to each other! The night's coming on, When friend and when brother Perchrice may be gone! Then, midst our dejection, How sweet to have earned The blest recollection Of kindness returned! When day hath departed, And Memory keeps Her watch, broken hearted , Where all she loved sleeps. Let falsehood assail not Nor envy disprove; Let trifles pievtil not Against thoie ye love. Kor change with to-morrow; Should fortune take wing Bat the deeper the sorrow, The closer still cling! O, be kind to each other! The night's coming on, When friend and when brother Perchance may be gone! M1SCELL ANEOU S. The fo!iowin,2 article, is so perfect ly expressive of the precocious sta'e of nmnners in our town that several matrons are desirous that it should be published for the edification of our readers. Mis Before Her Teens. .Minima will jou please to spread, A little sugar on my bread. And mania, deareat, if jon plane. Just let oie have a huok cf cheese, Only a very tittle...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 May 1845

u MM mmmm. j!0R J1T.RRAY, Editor. " Si.Lv roreu, .oracnx lex un, " A. J. PICKETS, rkUher Volasne 1. HOWLING-GREEN, PIKE COUNTY, MO., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1845. Number 15. TIII3 BANNE K. tins S. A. DOUGLASS. or III Th. position occupied by thi. gentle- -nisoetob..nvied. From a peer I 7vsboY thrown by tho force ! r J areuLanc.. upon the eold ' ,f adverse Cireuinaiu. ! ... r . bttie world, by etwrgv. 2 l it! nv hi.cwo enVta, ! application, lybi . nalirsB ft? ..Utti.voUoM.tta r"wp-t -' :..i.r.t of his cofsstituenis. no n i"- , .. t.;.,1f .niocint thb tscst her.ored . t e . , L SW Ufircrcd. In the hour cf iis-R. . j .V- Dmocrsov wa. ieo- : .Dpw.m-.p-"-- - . j ipeope of the larger count e., but in im- i... : .u- .r.i nm of the ra;v of La FaretJe. if thT do not rallT Y v ' Uastii a pj ! ' . . .. . ' . nortar.ee to a nor! ion. of the State, at ' .Hrhnroaise.tolela.UBff. By around you. ecjip from an article, ' . , . r . ... , ' IM it U not alone e-frtr, cno er faciioa of it-no clique, cab!, ind...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 May 1845

TEE BANNER. Eewixsg-Gj-een ......nay IT, 1845. WAR WITH MEXICO. Little doubt now remains of 'Mexico' having declared war against the United lferson redecBCt nJ dijcn. States. The ship Creole, an Ameiican j from the n),e rf hi?gery.- vessel, was in one of the Mexican ports jThesmokeofthe ba(t,efieH hf disap. when news waf received of this mtv.. , anA ,,n with when she .lipped her cables and made for the United States, fearful that she for would be captured and her cargo con floated. When we remember the oorrespond eree between that Government and our Minister, only a few days ago, we are ( prepared to believe this rumor correct. Finland, we. believe, as well as Mexi co, is operating in this matter; but outj Government, we hope, is prepared for every emergency. From the corres pondent of the N. Y. Herrld,' we take the following: "There is, I believe, a very warlike feeling in the cabinet. The President and hk cabinet are undoubtedly deter mined to maintain the1iirh ground they have 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. — 17 May 1845

The ship Fr well cleared at Mobile few days ago for Canton, with a cargo cf 2,784 bales of cotton. "My voice is still for war," 63 the soldier said when the ball struck him on the f ei-d. -Reveille. DIED, In Buffalo Township, in this county, on Thursday last, Mrs. HANNAH CUNNINGHAM, aged about 45 years. In this place, on Saturday evening last, Mr. BURDINE CORREL. Preaching- I Rev. Walter McOnie. will nrcach in 1 Bowling Green, (atthe ceurt hou.e) on . o v, , - .... the second Sabbath in June, at 4 o dock P. M. May 17th, 1845. . SCHOOL! rn RE present session of the Bowling- Green Academy, will close, oa j.acuy next, iiuay iisi.; na ex-( ruination ill commence at 1 o'clock, J P. M- All who feel interested in the ' prosperity of the school, are respectful- j ;-,, ! J In attend. ;v mv:.ea id anena. The next session ill commence on i iToanesaay, me 4tn o: June. term per M10(1, CI d mohtnt: Elementary & English branches, 3 00 Higher branches. - - 5 00 Classic. - - - 6 00 rppiicaKons 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. — 17 May 1845

(from the Evening Gaxette.) CONSCIENCE. There's blood upon ny hatd, The stain if dark and deep; It Haunts mi while is day I stand. And frights me when I sleep. I see it whet the busy cares, Crowd thick before ray eight It will not hide but ever bears My oomcience to the light. Tho' others see it not. Nor feel the curse it brings, I always see the horrid spot I always feel its stings. Oh! torments, will you never edl Will nothing ease my painP Must sueh remorse my besesa rend, As this, and still in vein. Ah! tell me sot ef peace, I struck the fatal blew And death alone is say release . That death I dare net know Else would I own my fearful crime A speedy grate weald pray. To rid me freahe"peivg ef tine And bless the final day. Bat no such boon for ne, Despair ia'.my'lest friend; It clings ante my destiny Twill claim me at the end. Afraid te live nor dare te die A wretch despised and seemed. I dare net say, yet cannot fly My crime ia nnatened. ZALMA. MISCELLANEOUS. BOSS ANKLEti t tli ...

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