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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 May 1847

ilOt'fliflC BIJiNER. PUBUSHED Hegularly on every Monday Morning at Louisiana, Pike Court., Mo. I. r.SnmULlT. Editor u Piwmrctor Seas and Sister of Temperance Oo Wednesday the 28th ulL,tbe Sous of Teapenace, Washington Division No. 1,1 presented to the United Sisters of Tenner nee of Nashville, Tenn., a handsome copy' oT the Bible. The Washington Division was represented by Jtev. E. CSjater, who at the close of an address prepared for the occasion, delivered to Mrs. Dr. Harris, W. P. S., the Holy Volume. Mrs. Harris responded in the following beautiful ad dress, which we publish by special request ADDRESS. I On behalf of Association No. 1, United Sisters of Temperance, I accept the profT - ered . gift. Need I say, it is a eift above price? A gift whose sacred truths will be an unerring guide to our feet? We will.Iist all who honorably bear the appellation . I l . I - . . ' . ever treasure ii as a memento oi vrasning-joi ton Division No. 1, Sons of Temperance, We will prize it for its...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 May 1847

T If R BANNER. United we srv., Dividkh we f all." I LOUISIANA. MISSOUKI. MONDAY, - - . A Y 3.1 We are authorize to announce Thomas Lew is Wells an candidate fur the oilier uf eh-rk of the Lincoln county court, at the ensuing Au gust election. Our reader are referred to the card or Mr. O'Conner, who has just located in our town, and who is prepared to execute any work in the different branches of Painting, (Hazing and I'a- per Hanging. We are glad to see industrious meclianic coming to our town; and hope that liberal patronage may be extended to them Upon their sucoes the prosperity of the town in great measure depends We were compelled to lay several com umnications on the shelf this week some far want of room others for want of a tole rable style, and others for the spirit which they breathe. Out of the number one or two may yet be published. We will here say to future correspondents that if they wish their effusions published, they will please write them in a legible hand, and pun...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 May 1847

Kum trs Cjntradkted. The Washington Union, of last Thursday, referring to the rumor of an extra session of Congress, says. We are utterly at a loss to know .haw, such a rumor got into circulation. Therl is not the slightest foundation for it. No such decision had been made by the Pres ident and cabinet; and we venture to assert that no such idea has ever entered into their minds. IV 'hy should Congress be call ed ? The administration have'money, men, and munitions sufficient to carry on the war with glory and success, and, unless Mexi co be infatuated, to negotiate an honorable peace. Candidates. PUBLIC MEETINGS j Will be held at the following places, and j on the days mentioned below. The candid- county clerkship. ates generally are notified, and the people IT?4" We are authorized to anni respectfully invited to attend. There will C Fagc, as a candidate for the office of in all probability be much electioneering Uk'1-k ol tlie County Court of rike county, and some sneaking: Troops ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 May 1847

I! From the St. Louis Union. THE SOLDIER'S RESPONSE. IT ASS T SUBOKOR CBAS. O. WATERS, It. , S. A. We come to swell the triumph shout, To join the victor's thrilling song T "c sartling battle-cry rings out, Our firm and serried ranks along. And heart with heart, and hand with hand, We onward press we court the fight A bold a true a faithful band la freedom's name in Freedom's right We come from mountain, plain and vale The gathering storm of war has pealed Its thunder-notes upon Uie gale, And summoned freemen to the field; With gleaming steel and banner bright, We tread where Glory beckons on, Extending to each soldier's sight The laurel wreath by valor won. We come, and o'er us proudly waves The banner which our fathers bore To conquest or to patriot graves, When British chains were broken of yore: Yes faithful hearts now throng thee round Thou banner of the brave and free ! A freeman's pledge each heart hath bound To conquer or to fall with thee. True to our country when she calls...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 May 1847

DE5IO0BJTJC BJMER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Mmday Morning; at Louisiana, Pike County. Mo. r, F. 3JURR.1V. relator and Proprietor TALE. Tiie Skeptic in Lovc t'oijuets. A Story for DY F.PES SARGENT. Chapter I. 'At length, thank fortune, wc are alone, Josephine.' And why do you thank Fortune for that, Mr. Smith?' 'Because it gives me the opportunity that I have long coveted, and yet hesitated to ' embrace the opportunity of declaring that is of of ' Ul wnai sirr tray speak, out. lou know how frnd I am of candor.' In or " word, then, Josephine, I I love 'As;;j U tint all.' How provoking! I pre su;:-.c d you h..J something interesting to say -something piquant something new. Ah! you are jesting. Josephine. I pray you be serious.' Then you must change the subject; for it is one that will not admit of gravity." The season is hastening to its close, Jo sephine. Summer is near; and I must soon join my family at the norh. I may not have, before my departure another opportunity of Speaking...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 May 1847

Town Ordinance. NO. 42. Ordinance to provide fur assessing and collecting tares. Be it orJained by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Louisiana, as follows: Sec.M. The Board of Trustees shall annually, at their first meeting after the an nual election or as soon thereafter as may be, appoint some suitable person as Asses sor for the year commencing at the time of said election. I Skc 2. The Cleik of the Board shall immediately after said appointment, makcj out a certificate of the appointment, and de liver the same to the person so appointed. Sec, 3. The said Assessor, before en tering on the duties of his office, shall make oath that he will faithfully discharge the duties of Assessor, and that he will support the constitution of the United States and of the State of Missouri, which oath shall be endorsed on his certifioato of appointment, by the officer administering the same. Skc. 4. The Assessor shall as soon as maybe after his appointment and qualifica tion, commence the duti...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 May 1847

We omitted in our last, to say tliat we pub-; lished the following notice bj reoue-t. and nul r-,. ...... lint ro ir .u i ir mar Irel In nd.rcss1 r.-r j ship. E. Banned. PUBLIC MEETINGS Will be held at the following places, and on the days mentioned below. The candid ates generally are notified, and the people r..H.. ;,.;t,t .1 ti. ....... ,,.:n in all probability be much electioneering! 1110 oaic 01 our lasl 8cnerai ,ew, and some speaking: j'le prod uce market was quiet: and in refer- . .... . .... .1 At Louisiana on Monday 14th June, " Frankfort on Tuesday 15th " Spencerhur; Wednesday 16th " " Vannoy's Mill Thursday 17th " Ashley Friday 18th " Bowling Green, Saturday 19tli " " Prairieville Monday 21st. " Paynesville Tuesday 22 4i Clarksville Wednesday 23d " MANY VOTERS. (Journal please copy.) FOREIGN MARKETS LONDON, May 3. During the greater part of the past month, the weather has to 8c, while corn, with a less active de- warranted He Jcels satisfied that living in St. been extrem...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 May 1847

If m- . . j . -I ! 1 T- Wt 1 1 i'lnf Vf-VIl JoncludedJrom Jirsl page. ly. liise, i oeseevu you; anu now i i- . i.i i .i l U-r,.ii-c..!f linn ! I.nnrt li.t mi llfllie that TOW task oeiore lum, but lie nau nox ueen longij ; , j ;,..:,: l..L- Qt l.;1n,.r,tvill manliest some consideration licreatter. "b-o"" " tru e signal of another interruption 'Well, what is it, Horace." lit asked, somewhat petulantly. for the hearts of others.' ' 'O fear not, I shall put myself in the way of temptation,' sighed Josephine; but make; -0- w r V. . re now receiving a largo and well as sorted stock of Goods, suitable lor the f I.i.:.. ..:' m , !,,nvnn recall, season, consisting cl 'Two women want to see you, massa, ZIuAuiJ JW tl.V. .n.-Ioe replied Horace. 'One is a white lady, and' " m 1 "o . "1; ". ,i! "J "u,,f, uiuiwi-, Ltw. e.w.dudy. w,rs,;.; lXZ'A'VlSS Quccimvare, &c, &c., -II witki oe sonic uunim,, v.... i. " ..... I l,..v' ..!.:!. :n ,ll nt ,.rV ..vir-oa fnr in, saul tlie lieutenant, b ..v. ...

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 June 1847

DEM0CRJTI8 BANNER. "United We Staxu Divided Tv'b Fall." VOL. 3 ruBLisiiEp r . Regularly on every AfSndby Mirnihg at Louisiana, PiSfiJCop'sTT. Mo. . 8. F. MlTIttt IV, Editor and Froprieon p- '' r , "7w r r m r From the WashingtonUnion. The following graceful liiws, are from the TicTl of Irs. Mary W. Tlwmpson the widow of the late Col. Thompson, of the United! States Infantry, who was killed nt the head of his rczimcnt in the Florida war. They are an appropriate tribute from a soldiers widow to the memory of those v. ho fell, like her husband, in the battle-field for their country. TIIC FALLEN HEROES OF MONTEREY. 1 Hereafter, no special plea shr.il he lar, hut less th in tuvnty t'.o :s :.! dollar. The remains ci the gallant officers who pleaded in any action hrougnt or pending t!ie sum of thirty ddlar.:. V.I-venth, Where fcil at Monterey, Mexico, have been bro'tin any of the courts of this state. .'the merchandise received for snl .-) afore- TERMS OF THE BMHER: $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. — 7 June 1847

u THE BANNER. 'UjilTKD WE STAND, DlVIPED FALL." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - JUNE 7. 23"Thc Rev. Mb. Bard, a very popular lec turer on Temperance, will deliver an address on that subject, at the Church, on Wednesday even ing next, at early candle lighting. Come out every bo'ly and hear him. It is said he is "hard to boat." " The taJies arc referred to the card of O. C. Tinker, in another column. Anx ious to please them, lie has selected his goods with reference to their taste, and ex tended to thein an especial invitation to call and examine his assortment. ting those extracts, in orJer to reply to them more effectually. This "effort to con vict" the Journal of "unfairness" was not "uncandid and unworthy" f us. It was not "inicandid" for we believed (indeed and sav that if we should mention a portion! Jf-TJie fielBoffifers of (Be 5th Regiment Ol,Jl!inoiS. V Oiunreers, win ib eicuieu ai Alton to-day. Capt Dunlap's company of mounted men will leave for thBrazos on Thursday next, to ...

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 June 1847

been said to cause ail good citizens who may read to also reflect upon it nolhin more being necessary I feel confident,, to cause tliem to vote according to their judg ment, their duty to their neighbors, their Country and themselves. AN OLD LAWYER. From the St Louis New Era. LATER FROM MEXICO. By the steamship Palmetto, at New Or leons from Very Cruz, dates from that place have been brought down to the 22d ultimo, from Jalapa to the 21st, and from Puebla to the 18th. Gen. Worth entered Puebla on the loth, lie had with him three thousand five hun dred men, and a train of three hundred wagons. One letter states that Santa Anna was therewith one thousand five hundred Cav - airy. A skirmish followed, in which he lost capitol. It is said that he will entrench himself, with 10 or 12,000 men, near Rio Frio, to defend the passes. j It was reported that Santa Anna had ac-:Coflcc, cepted the command of the guerillas. Sugar, There was a rumor that Herrcra had been! Molasses, elected President...

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 June 1847

F? 11 1! i-H I 1! Town Ordiii it tlio s t: ii. E. ti.' i.'t. . NO. 42. i"" Ordinance tj provide fur assessing and collecting taxes. ! "concluded rr.oM last wkek.I i , 24. The collector may, if necessary,' ' ; .1 . -i- I . .11 1f- 1.,.. ., l.hl! ,.:; ll.:-. J.iUlsiaiUt, coiiunue me sate oi nusaim lauuniuui um, - - . '.,. Mil I'll I -)'. t'HHC',', I.Cnn ' . m .... r.n ',lfi.i. Ulir,nc all' J.f . i-iii-- lies : timiof ll: i I'm ... r , cs a.r el:':'!!-:::, . ... . Ii to dav, by adjournment, until all arc sohl.i ana ii any person aitcr oiuuiug on auj tract or lot for the taxes, shall fail to pay for the same on the day of sale, or the day on which me sales are cioscu, u.u imnr, r--wisKU r.ruTft 5 . -.. Ivan. shall thereupon have the same entered by: SigS3 .M.i.-t.r. wii! run regul-.r-the clerk in tlie name of the corporation ,v )ri m c;t j,,,;, tJ tj. ai.eve meniiow.! .-oris, the same as if no bid had been made, and touching : t ; il toe i:ti-i-!jn ii tc h.n.'.iiigs. shall execute a cer...

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 June 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Munday Morning at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. 8. F. MURRAY, Editor and Proprietor, SUNDAY EVENING. How calm and sweet this holy eve Comes stealing o'er the day. Lifting the feelings and the thought, From earth to heaven away. In whispers low, the soft south wind Along the forest grieves, Or stirs the wild and fragrant rose, Beneath its brilliant leaves. Softly yon rich and changing clouds Sink in the glowing west, Their flitting forms, like gorgeous shrouds, Mirrored in Ocean's breast, One large pale star, set "mid the deep, Dark azure of the sky, Looks down upon this quiet eve, With calm and radient eye. My spirit on uplifted wing Spars heaven-ward to night, And lists to catch the seraph hymn That fanjy wakes so light. A hundred years from this still hour, And where shall I then be ? wrap in the future misty veil, Lost in eternity ! fill "United We Stand Divided We Fall." VOL. 3 LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, JUNE 14, 1847....

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 June 1847

T If 73 BANNER. 'United y. stand, Diviufd we fall." LOUISIANA. MISSOUlil. MONDAY, JUNE 14 LOUISIANA. If the advancement of a Town, is to be COL. DONIPHAN'S COMMAND. I Wheal CV..y Virginia. We learn We learn from a New Orleans Picayuneiom a reliable source, (from a gentleman of the 2nd inst. that Doniphan, with his command, hadatrrived atPanas, a place, distant some four or five days march from Saltillo. Whether thf y will remaih in t!ie service, is a question altogether probh-mati- who Ins recently traveled through the State) t:i:it the present wheat crop of Vir ginia will prove a:i extensive failure in most of the grain glowing counties of the Slate. Through the valley from Staunton to Winchester and North to the Potomac, not drowned cal. Individuals may, again volunteer, hut. judged by its rapid and permanent improve-! we incline to the opinion, that as a body.j what an open wet winter La, no ments, then we can saf Louisiana on its prosperity ever, we do not praise the has been fo...

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 June 1847

Foreign Arrivals, Telegraphed to Pittsburgh for the Louis ville Journal. Philadelphia, Ju:ie 2, 9 a. m. There has been an arrival here, and also one at Baltimore, from London, with four days later advices from that city. Wheat had advanced in London five shill ings per quarter. Corn had advanced three shillings per quarter. Flower had advanced two shillings per bbl. Provisions not quoted. Parliament was d.scussing the Poor Law Bill for Ireland. The mortality in Ireland was increasing. be tampered with iinrebuked. The nit n, CIRCUIT COURT (IX VACATION) and particularly the press, that spons with rflst. Mat, another's reputation that without cause; Abral;'un Pri,l I;i complainant ) . f )r Di seek? ta injure the good name and fame of 1 .u Vt-. i . , , , . vorcc. :.,,i:..:j.t i i i j .1 r 1 rncnei, ueicn.iani. 1 an indxiduai, should receive the Irowi.s of y -v ie :i,,ilVlIlum,;l tl,icIldalll: eve y honest and high-minded, nan.-Prt- hereby notified at, on this 3 LU1.4 x 1 ftHUIIl. Vcot Y...

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 June 1847

THE NEXT PRESIDENCY. There is a good deal of force and point in the following remarks of Major Noah, in late number of the Times & Messenger. O They show the light in which a shrewd and; experienced political observer, who nowitionof the laree internal vcselsollhc body whcn'usuallv wanted by the people of the coun - stands entirely aloof from the various Doliti - ml nroomTniinn. Af ...riln. v;tl.. ' led wlucli the conduct ot the leaders of t . a a . . . a a . . the Win? nartv will have mum the next Presidential rontf. We are the most talkative people on eisrth 'that's a fixed fact,' as Caleb Cush - Coming up Nassau street a few days ago, e ran but up' against an old and some - we ran 'but up' acainst an old and some - whatretired politician an intelligent man ingcaus ii. we avoid writing oocausetiiat ". o' n...i..-, . j .y. jj.,,,...'., commits us; but we ask questions inniimera-!cxeq!ti"s- This disease so fearful and apall-. ; Ve continue -to purchase all kinds of ble are alway...

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 June 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Mmday Morning at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. a, F. MURRAY Editor and Froprietor. 'DON'T YOU REMEMBER." BY ELIZA COOK. Ob! these are the words that eternally utter The spell that is seldom cast o'er us in vain; With the wings and the wand of a fairy they flut ter, And draw a charm'd circle about us again. We return to the spot where our Infancy gam bled; We linger once more in the haunts of our Youth; We retread where young Passion first stealthy rambled. And whispers are heard of Nature and truth, baying, "Don iron remember r We treasure the picture where Color breadline: seems In lineaments mocking along-worshipped face; We are proud of some trees in a chain of close wreathing, And gold links of Ophir are poor in its place. Oh! what is the secret that giveth them power To fling out a star on our darkest of ways ? 'TU the tone of Affection Life's holiest power That murmers about them, and blissfully says, "Dont you remember?" The voice...

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 June 1847

THE BANNER. United s stamp, Divided wi fall." LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, JUNE 21 THE PROBABILITIES OF A PROTRAC TED WAR. There seems to be great speculating with tho press and letter-writers as to the pros pect of a peace being had at any reasonable time. And nothing can exceed the eager ness with which numbers of the letter writers, who follow up the army in Mexico, as well as a portion of the press in this country, for which the former write, seize upon every circumstance to make the im pression, that peace is not even contempla ted, by the Mexicans drawing conclu sions, and giving opinions, always at vari ance with the interest of their country; and resulting eventually still more detrimental to the deluded country they strive so hard to sustain. There are two plans of war fare now proposed to be carried on upon the part of Mexico, and beld up by tho letter-writers, as foreboding a spirit of etern al war; either of which, if pursued any length of time, must sap the best interes...

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 June 1847

The corn crop, will of necessity bo ft very abort one in this region, owing not only to the check it has received from a long con tinuation of cool dry weather, but also to the ravages of the cut-worm. The wheat and oat crop also will fall short of a half crop, so unfavorable has been the Spring. The wheat of some of our farmers suffered severely from the hail which accompanied the rain of Thursday last. Warrentou (Va.)Flagg. Rio De La Plata. A private letter from a friend at Monte Viedo, to the editor of the Philadelphia U. S. Gazelle, mentions that Sir Thomas Herbert, the English Ad miral, commanding on that station has ex Dressed himself as opposed to the armed in terference of France and Great Britain in the affairs of the two nations at war in the Rio de la Plata. Rivera has been most sie nally routed, and drived from his position by a small band of persons whom they had driven out of a village. After these men had gone, the soldiers proceeded to horrible attrocities with the f...

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 June 1847

THE WAR-SHIP OF PEACE. ' BY SAMUEL LOVER. Sweet land of song, thy harp doth hang ' Upon the willowi, now, While famine' blight and fever's pang Stamp misery on thy brow; Yet, take thy harp and raise thy voice, Though faint and low it be, And let thy sinking heart rejoice In friends, still left to thee. Look out, look out across the sea That girds thy emerald shore, A ship of war is bound for thee But with no watlike store; Her thunder sleeps 'tis Mercy's breath That waus her o'er the sea, She goes not forth to deal out death. But bears new life to thee. Thy wasted hand can scarcely strike The chords of grateful praise: The plantive tone is now unlike Thy voice of prouder days, Yet, even in sorrow, tuneful still Let Erin's voice proclaim In Bardic praise, on every hill . Columbia's glorious name. A Romance of Real Life. The Glasgow Evening Post, of a recent date, speaks or the following incident as having occurred during a recent perform ance in that city, which for stirring interest...

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