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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1847

2 DEMOCRATIC DINNER. PUBLISHED Ee"ularli on every Mjnday Morning at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. g. F. MCltRAYt Editor and Proprietor. OH BBEff A VISTA'S BLOODY FIELD. BY COL. IIES&T PETRTKEK. On Bucna Vista's Bloody field A soldier, dying, lay, His thoughts were of his mountain home, Some thousand miles away; He called his comrade to his side, For much had he to say. In briefest time to those who were Some thousand miles away. My father, comrade, you will tell, About tlus bloody fray My country's standard, say to him, Was safe with me to-day. I have made a pillow of it now, On which to lay my head, A windin-shcct you will make of it, When I am with the dead. I know t will grieve his inmost soul, To think that never more, I'll sit with him beneath the oak, That shades his cottage door; But tell the time-worn-patriot, That, mindful of his fame, Upon this bloody battle field, I sullied not his name. My mother's form is with me now, HtT wail is in my car, Ant drop by drop, as flows ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1847

THE BANNER. United s stand, Divided we fall." LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY, AUG. 9. fThc poll books from the different townships had not all7 been' received at Bowline Green on last Saturday. It was expected that they would be examined and the official vote given to-day. The re- sult, however, is fully ascertained, It is certain that Jaincs M. Martin has been elected circuit clerk, S. F. Murray couuty clerk, and Perry A. Curry, county survey or. In our next wc will give the official vote in a tabular statement, and our re marks upon the election will be mainly re- served till then. J? Nature presents few anomalies to man. A strong dash of similarity runs through all her works, stamping them as a masterpiece. The noblest of nature s pro ductions, whether in the animal, the veg etable, er the mineral kindgdoms, present a striking congruity. The beasts most ad mired for nobility of character, shun the haunts of the weaker and meaner animals. The weaker animals, roam in flocks, and herds...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1847

t I! asssssss . : fnrwii ... .u ...r ., - n Dreadful Affray at Little Rock The Little Rock (Ark.) Banner of the 19th ult. has the following account of an affray which recently occurred in Saline county : We are informed that, on Thursday last, .in an attempt to serve a peace process, de puty sheriff Berchfield, of Saline county, was killed by the elder of two brothers named Allen, upon whom the writ was to be serred. ' As the Aliens had threatened that they would not be arrested, the sheriff sum moned a posse, and, entering the house, at tempted to execute the process, when one of the Aliens, both of whom were armed, lowered his rifle and shot the sheriff through tlie body, killing him upon the spot. Upon this, one of the posse, Mr. Low, drew a pistol and killed Allen, while the younger' Allen urea upon Low, which was also fatal, Some one of the posse then shot the sur viving Allen, the ball passing through his arm, shattering the bone and passing into his breast. The wound in his c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 August 1847

British Freedom. The right to assemble for the purpose of political discussion is one of the dearest Stick to him Jemmy'. Twa brothers from the Emerald Isle, a few years since, 'purchased a piece ef wild land, ii"t far from rights of freemen, and in this country any : the Kencbcck and went to work to clear it v-' .. - . 1 . . i t attcmDt to interfere with it would lustlv be un. Altei ruttmrr t he arire urowlh .:n . . . . . . . 5000 MEXICAN DOI.LAI1S WORTH OF GOODS, Dr. Brass's business cards: regarded as outrage not to ,c to.eraiea.-iourn.ng ovr the .in.i.-r&riis ., V rroc.-e .-, RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING, nut mis can dc uoue, ana isuone, irequem- ea to contrive apian to get :ne i.uicn irmi:i CONSISTING OF ' Ij in England-all the boasts about British together in a pile for the pnrpes- of (.,ul P)e Dry Goods, Bonnets, freedom to the contrary. A late instance u,g them aW 'Iho land lay ;p.n a iul JIuls (!jH, c' S!t,esa,,d Bo,ds,Rca- occurred at Derby, at a late canvass. OnoSi c and ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1847

22 -mi I'mfflMi TERMS OF THE GASNEB. $2 in advance; $2 fiOat the end o( the volume Roman's paper will be discoi.liuut d m.lc the game be paid for up toihe time uiitsdhcoutinu anee ADVERTISING dune very hiv. All letters on business must be post paid. O We publish the following address de livered by John B. Henderson, Esq., at Smith's Spring, on the 4tli of July last, at the request of some of the citizens of that vicinity: AII!'.KHS. Ladies and Guntlkmen : This vast col lection of people here to-day, is amply suffi cient to prove to us, that the spirit of the at still pervades our country, a:id that :ur people are yet willing to manifest their recollection of those, who spilt their blood in defence of human rights, and died upon the sacred altar of American liberty. It lias been the custom with all the nations of the earth, to celebrate with pomp and splen dor, tne anniversaries el me must remr-ika- Lie eras fit" their history an.l progress. The many public festivals and celebrations...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1847

T HE B A N NEK. 'Umtkd wy st.vx!), Divided wk Tall." mUISKN A, M I SSOU HI. MONDAY, - AUG. 16. 33s Wc refer our readers to tlie card of Mr. Ksapp of St. Louis, which may In found in another column. Our citizens who need any thing in his line, would do well to give him a call, as his work is war ranted to stand, and he is withal a very ob liging and gentlemanly ir.au. Isdianna Ei-KCTioN.-The fallowing isj Mr. Murray: In your last paper I ob- .! i i i in tl.. result of the election as far as heard served a reterence maue 1.0 u.. cui.u. ... the Jefferson City Metropolitan, relating to the holding of public meetings in the different counties, to select delegates to the Slai Pnnventiiin which will Convene at ihfi Ciinitol in March next. As a demo 23f'Ve arc under obligations to the gen tlemanly clerk of the Anthony Wayne, for a file of lateSt. Louis papers. The Antho ny Wayne will hereafter run as a regular packet between St. Louis and Keokuk. We wish her great success in the trade. ELEC...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1847

- : nliiiTiiMfiVifi ill -TT--I -ti - Tiii ZZ. YELLOW FEVER. The Boar.1 of Health of the citj of New THE CAN ADAS. J'lFKAix'i Pike Co. Tlie adjournment of (la; session of Par-'SMIIS may certify that I havp been treat-! . ia .1 i it , H i - - ... V .i l I s-! u. cu ov nr. uavis, lor my aiseae i ljition during mj' last commencing ins ueat- lure has sho .vn itself disposed to adopt a ment, I commenced improving, it afforded ver cut. son, and consi levaole a.preli-?:oiis me liberal commercial policy, so far as the'me a great deal of case, 1 gained strength, f. It, ls:5. pveat mrrtaii'v shuulu iolilow, in regulation of commerce rests with itself. 'and in every way improved my impiove- ,,,,n,,.nri of t':o nuiiijirof strangers With regard to relations with the mother incut Lid fair fur a recovery, at the erin-J. . . ii,. il, coumrv, u sreins aiso io oe nnuersiood lliai inenteliiem i;i U'c HO! wcauo r i w as uiKtn , . mat coiiMSi.tlj ciowit the city. , . ... . . -- - 1 f ! 1 , il II Tiic Aev...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 August 1847

6 We recommend to our youthful friends the perusal of the following beautiful lines, for we are told that "the idea was really ex pressed by a little boy five years old." We take them from the Western Evangelist, but know not the writer's name. Oil ! I lung to lie, dear mother, On the cool and fragrant jrrass, With nought but the sky above my head. And the shadowing clouds that pass. And I want the bright sunshine, All around about my bed. I will close my eyes, and God will think Your little boy is dead ! Then Christ will send an angel To take me up to him; He will bear me. slow cind steadily, Far through the ether dim. He will srently, pently lay me Close to the Saviour's side, And when I'm sure that we're in heaven. My eyes I'll open wide. And I'll look among the angels That stand about the throne, Till I find my sister Mary, For I know she must be one. And when I find her, mother, We will go away alone, And I will tell her how we've mourned All the while she has been gone ! Oh ! ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED ! Regularly on every Mjnday Morning l at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. j 8. F. MURRAY, Editor and Proprietor.! From the National Intelligencer. THE ORPHAN BOY. "He fiulcd, yet so calm and meek, So gently wan, so sweetly weak." The bustle of the fight was over; the prisoners had been secured, and the decks washed down; the. watch piped, and the schooner had ence more relapsed into mid night quiet and repose. I sought my ham mock and soon fell asleep. But my slum bers were disturbed by wild dreams, which, like the visions of a fever, agitated and un nerved me; the late strife, the hardships of my early life, and a thousand other things mingled together as figures in a phanUsica- gora. Suddenly a hand was laid on my shoulder, and starting up, I beheld the sur geon's mate. Little Dick, sir, is dying,' he said.' At once I sprang from my hammock. Little Dick was a sort of protege of mine. He was a pale, delicate child, said to-be an orphan, and used to gentle na...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1847

THE BANNER. 'United w? stand, Divided we fall." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, ,.. . - , , , 'expected to follow before many months shall f" Our readers are referred to the ad-r ,,. . . -, i . r r t l r t'liavc passed. The York Iribune which vAi-tiaement of Mr. Barnard to be faundi r , . ...M, .'has hcretotore civcn tone tome iyim" oariv. i e icsts el u.e iru.une nave. ,n anomer coiumn. ey w... ,l:lir;s,lliri.ck.irrai,i . ,.,.,. ..,v..d iv theiishcd representatives from Eng.an that thn ari l r.nmmence at -l o'clock,1"' " a ' i - j j - - " ..... next Saturday the 28th inst 1,10 Cincinnati Atlas and other leading;csinilu potato" politicians of the Whig, ranee, Uerinany and UPiy iiavcgiyen.no- y Whig journals?, take open and bold groundj,arty. We concur with that paper in thejtice of their intention to take part in the , . , ... ..... . - against what they tmn the ridiculous idea; )t,ief tiat Gen. Taylor will not be their 'discussions, and an invitation to the citi- 7 . ... .. i, ,t:(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. — 23 August 1847

Mob Doctrine. Professor Wayland is ot Saratoga Springs. On Sunday last, he preached a sermon against the Mexican war. He is reported to have said that "If the Government go beyond the pur poses for which it was established, and re quire its citizens to give it their support in a coarse of wrong doing, then disobedience becomes as much a duty as obedience was before." This is a doctrine subversive of all legal authority. If Professor Wayland said what is attributed to him, he must suppose that the Government is something separate and distinct from the people, executing its own will without regard to their wishes, and not their legally appointed agents, acting under the Constitution and laws. If those who believe the government wrong may re fuse obedience, we should soon have no government at all but anarchy; and civil war would soon follow, for there is at no time in the history of our country a period when there is not a minority existing who believe that the acts of the majority ar...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 August 1847

COUNTRY BOY. i Happy is the rural lips, ! Far removed from city strife, Health and pleasure round thee teem, Sorrow passes like a dream. Let me tarte thy matchless bliss, Grant tne but this humble wish; O'er the verdant fields to rove, With the flowers to fall in love. Or when eve glides slow along On the lake to pour my sung; Or listen in the dewy night, For fairy step, or mountain sprite. Or let me with the sky-lark rise, With it present my sacrifice, Oh, give me but this single joy, To live and die, a country boy. Fate of Simmon. t.-Thc Charlottes vill Re publican gives the following account of the fate of Simmons, the young man who shot professor Davis, some years since, at the Virginia Universary: We learn from an authentic source that Joseph G. Simmons, respecting whose ca reer our readers will, perhaps, be curious to near something certain, brought his life to an end, by his own hand, the morning of the 'Jtu tilt., at the house of his brother, in Washington, Georgia. He shot ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 August 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Manday Morning at Louisiana, Pike Cochtt, Mo: g. F. MURHAT. Editor and Proprietor. (From the Metropolitan.) ADDRESS OF THE "DEMOCRATIC STATE CORRESPONDING COM MITTEE." This committee, appointed by the demo cratic meeting which was held in this city, on the 8th of January last, met in the office of H. L. Boon, in the capitol, on Satur day the 14th inst., and agreed upon an ad dress to the democratic party of the State, which will be found below. The committee did not deem it absolute ly necessary to make any address to the democracy of Missouri, and hence the omis sion to introduce and discuss several impor tant principles in politics, upon which the two great parties differ widely. TK-l,;CrtftKnrAmm;ft....f,r;c,lwn,c" Has een conaucieo, reneci u.e - i c ,. .t L i highest honor on the sagacity and patriot- to the minds of their political brethren theiia of CUlPc Marirtte. '0n thisoues- important contest of next year, and to urge upon th...

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 August 1847

1 IV. a own vruiiitiiiuu NO. 45.1 AN ORDINANCE REGULATING JUDI- CIAL PROCEEDINGS. . rr. ... Jfc it uraained by me ifoaru j iiusiees of the Town of Louisiana, as follows: Sec. 1st. Fines, forfeitures and penal ties, imposed for the violation of any ordin - ance, shall be sued for before the Town Re corder, or in case of his inability to act,iand that officer shall enter upon his docket before any justice of the peace of the town ship, in the form of an action oi debt- Sec. 2d. The first proceeding in any such action, shall be the filing with the Re corder, (or any justice, in case of inability of that officer to act,) by the Town Con- stable, or other person prosecuting in his; stead, a statement in writing, suostanuaiiy setting forth the nature of the offence, so that the defendant have due notice oi the charge he is reonired to answer. Sec. 3d. Such statement may include several persons charged with the same of fence. Sec. 4th. Upon such statement being filed, the Recorder (or just...

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 August 1847

Here was a condition, a hooting crowd, a couple (at least) of dejected riders, and an animal that might have asked just such questions as yourself, "in sober serious ness." It might well be serious, for, like you, it had wet itself. You proceed: "Does he mean that we should look at him when he says that, if so he had better get some friends to take him around in a cage, &c." By referring to the fable just mentioned you may perceive that it is not necessary to be caged in order to be seen. A ride on a rail is amply suffi cient for that purpose, and with such riders and carriers as you have you might even dispense witli the rail a small circuit on your hind legs, will satisfy all the curious in this region. But, "What further does he mean by scheming cliques and petty partizanship' simply, to stir those who felt the remark, which your reply admits to be your case. As to the "mighty have not fallen" we make this proposal: Let Esop give us a gain a divan of beasts with permission to...

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 August 1847

IT IS FINISHED. BY BEV. JAMES CILBOKSS LY05S, 1. L. t ;. finished: thv dwellings, O, Slem are trown, ! Thy daughters are weeping . n e te ; alone, . The lances oi juaaniie wtuu-i " And the ramparts of Zion are laid in the dust.: The Cedron is dyed with thy gore as : !by , isyeawiiniiiYgrc.i.. The torch in thy lempie, me cnain on my : i . J , The blood of The Guiltier i red on thy brow, that these sentimentalists coiiiu scarcely uc And the arm which upheld thee abandons lheein(juced to jower the duty on the poor man's now. Itis finish'd: the work of redemption i done,',. cnl Exclusively for thatof the Tieas- The combat is ended, the J""'fi . Jury ? No-hut in order that some fifteen The spoiler of Eden has fled from the lieUI,. J .. ,,, . . The portals of glory stand brightly reveal'd: hundred planters in Louisiana might pocket . . .. . . , , . . lincreased profits! The poor man's salt, The 1011 01 a Sinless ncuceincr i p"., , And the shout of the Gentile is loud on the hkf- Aluminous...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 September 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED ! Regularly on every Monday 5Ijrning at Louisiana, Pike County. Mo. g. F. MURRAY, Editor and Proprietor, For the Banner. Mr. Murray: Whilst many persons in the excess of passion at this time, are. dis posed to heap curses innumerable upon the heads of those, who from some cause unknown, have been diligent in throwing!arf,ues tie j0j( inu.ncm1cnce of freemen to attack and unravel the acts of their scr c- r 3 MkE MM MB ill ml VOL.3 "United Wr, Stand Divided We Fall." LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, .MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, P, IS47. NO. 22 to prevent the successful termination of our difficulties with Mexico, I must confess that I am rather disposed to look upon them in a more kind and charitable light than many of them may probably deserve. In a republican government we should never object to a close and severe scrutiny of the acts of our rulers, if we desire to prevent a dangerous accumulation of pow er into their hands. I have ever looked tipnn party strife...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 September 1847

THE BANNER. United ws stand, DiviDEb we fall." LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, SEP. 6. !cn7Ta!orand hUZ on tl.f Si.6-years, it was right, that he should ask time jcct ot he lit -niff.i j. jto "duly investigate" mc quesuons ui we We have recently seen several lettcrsi jay ,reparatory to the formation of an written by Cien. Taylor on the subject r!opiniori concerning them, the Presidency, in reply to interrogatories As to tie inpr;ts of a Bank or a Tariff his 'propounded to him upon the leading politi-j opinions are yet unformed. This he frank L.1 n-.i.-stions of the dav, by inciting, and., conft.sses and while we would accord to With feelings of pain and regret, wcj liviljliais from different sections of thejilim a! cm;t fr ,is candor, we must say are thif morning compelled to announce. To two 0f these we more i)articu-'tiiat ti,f.v wouu i,e ,nen without principles the death of the Hon. Silas N right oi; , ,, , Ve would jrivc them in full, indeed, who would recklessly entrust the but 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. — 6 September 1847

If mil Alabama. From the Cincinnati deJ)i:!. Cazctlelclegrpl, Arrival of tlic Steam THREE DAYS .LATER FROM VERA CRUZ. . Tlie steamship Alabama, from Vera Cruz, sailed thence on the 15th inst. Quite the most important news by Ibis .ftriivaiE cf Iho Slcawcr ;i!alaliiiu'r. arrival 19 the return of Gen. Paretics to Hi - Mexico. At last accounts lie w as in ravis. He reached Vera Cruz on the 14th inst. in the English roval mail steamer Tirid, under an assumed name, FURTHER DECLINE IN BREADSTVFFS. Later from Europe. speaks Jor iixry. tS7E, the undersigned, having in use C A Guild's Patent Cook Sto e the "Queen of the West," Improved cheerfully testily to itsMincrior oualities. in ceonvcnieiiees ol ar .1 1.1 1 I,.. :tl..l ..II rril . I IV 1 II. UIOI OUL' lll tlll.l Httiiiti') . i he steamer was. -,, V,,..,.- .,. smb. l .... : :.. ., .. s. . i .; ... : , I A, r. 1. a ...i. - - "(.i;i'. Ill I.UI illrll.. ;i 1.1,-l.e:,, hhi 111 tivuivunir C. Guild's Patent Cook-iii-Stove. The "Queen of the We...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 September 1847

r (concluded raoM lat. pagk.J 'liire, directed to the towu constable, who i i. i :ii i -...1 be entitled to a trial within eighteen hourss,'a"cxeci,lcY'e8,,"e wu"uul from the time of arrest except when a n'e nrn 'r!' . , .... .', Nun Wit ll :l ci hi lillt 11 II .!.!: T (l! llilil 1- c i ... i...u :.. l ....'..-. .. C( aiu.i'.iiY su.m unci " nc, tiuiesa iui twu', . . , . if. ... ...... J , . 'J . ified pirors eannot booot iiiied liom tiie pan- cmse shown a continuance is granted or, J ., , ,. . ' .. . e ; I : net .Ullll lieu, ijot i-umtauiv auMit the cause is postponed from unavoidable ' , ... . r 1 ,i1idv siimn-.ivi others to serve 111 their places. lit- bULiiiinvaiiuoi . . ii-t . ..I H . .. o ! 4 .i ..!.. f h-c. lit. Vi i.f n t:.e I r.sectitor or ore. lis. .iny person in mis cumuhi ui. . . .. . . ,J,' , ., ,- r . .... fine ant in mi case, si.. til lilt itn the court the town constable for the violation of an) . f . ' ,, , f ,. , , -., , , -i .. -an ain.iavit shewing the constable; ...

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