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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 October 1847

DK3I0CR ATI C BANNER. PUBLISHED Rtgular'.g on every Monday Morning at Louisiana, Pike County. Mo. $. r.Htnmr. mnor una Prcpiieter. TE R M S : 2 in advance; $2 SO sit lite end of the volume -No man's paper will bo discontinued tuilc.- tlie tame be paid for up to the time ofits.li-totitimi. 1 dDVEItTISLVO rf.;nerrry 1 v All letters on business must be y?- t niuw rJa tlL iJ l-- u..e,i- . .!m.k 3 iVOL. 3 "United We Stand Divieed W Tail."' LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, 0C7C .?!?, !3. THE PALMETTO KEGIMENT. This Regiment occupied a prominent po sition at Chenibusco, and met, as is well w. . i nr"i. rti .i:i...t., Jt! n lCilW(; A lie iUUUW- iiig sU'i merd.s i; respect to its operation THE DRUNKARD'S IUAin. TS drutisarc's ro:r.! v.' . wore? can S.50W The scei.es of uiseiv thei-? ,al? fr,n l!,e oi":cia! report of its Lt. Colo- " ' T T. 1 What mind !:. he v.- at ...at lean Imh "-;' -.icLillSon . i S.iVe thoso c; r. -.li'.i t ) .s:t.ire? Tii'aba-i? of wr-t . c i:ipVtc, Whence ev-ry...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 October 1847

The banner. 'United ws stand, Divided wi fall" LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, .... OCT. 18. Louisiana Lyceum. We are requested to say this society, which has recently been formed, will hold its nest reg ular meeting at the Academy, on Friday even ing, at early candle-light inp, which will lc the evening for its regular meetings hereafter. Gentlemen in the country as well as those in the town, are invited to join in its discussions. The ringing of the bell at Foiilks' hotel, will be the signal lor the members to convene. Episcopal Visitation. We learn from the Palmyra (Mo.) Whig, that the Rt. Rev. BisIiod Hkxdrick, will preach in this place, on Tuesday the 9th of November, at 11 o'clock; and at Millwood, in Lincoln county, on the 14tU thereafter. 2 We are requested to say the Town Trus tees will hold a meeting This Evening, at the Academy, at early candle-lighting. A full at' tendance is requested. 23" The editorial columns of the Banner, will hereafter be under the immediate con trolo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 October 1847

ded that the Jlexican.Congress shall reas semble. Among other rumors it is said thai Santa Anna has moved towards Ptiebla with 20J0 horses, and that Parades is rais ing troops with some success in the great States of Jalisco. fVe have little faith in these details. One of La Patria's rumors is that Gen. Rea had entered Puebla with 6000 men, and that the American commandant has been compelled to bombard the town from the heights by which he commands it. ff'e shall not yield credence to this rumor till we have it confirmed. fe look with no kind of apprehension u ion the alledged stand of the Mexicans at U.-rn uoruo. e oeueve mai ijen. i.ane will promptly disperse them. As the gur r Has, however, will continue to avail them selves of the natural strength of such posi tions upon the road as will best enable them to harass our trains we believe it will be found advisable to occupy the most eligible of these permanently. H'e hope this may be done at once as contcinplaied origrually by Col...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 October 1847

MY LIFE IS LIKE THE SUMMER ROSE.' ward to prevent a disagreeable expose, satj KSS01A'Ti03 & COPAUTSEBSIS:P. nv ricua:.s ke::ht WILtE. My life is like the yimmier roce That opens t ?': mrnitig sky. Bat ere the sh-iues f t:. cn'.'vr c! :-. Is scattered on gr-hit 1 to die! Yet on the rue's h'.i'::;,ie. head The sweetest dc.vs of nir t ;ire shed, As if she wept t;.e waiiet" sec Bat :!;:e s'ist -1 ween a tear for inc ! My life is lite the autiiinn le:f That tre:nbles in t!;e moon's pale my! Its hold is frail sis date is hrif, Restless and soon to pass away I Yet, ere that leaf shall fall and fade, The parent tree will irouruits shade, The win Is bewail the leafless tree, But none shall breathe a sigh forme! My life iJlke the prints which feet Have left on Tampa's desert strata!; Soon as the rising tide shall beat, All trace will vanish fro n the SBnd; Yet, as if grieving to efface All vestige of the human race, On that loneshere loud mo.ins the so, But none, alas ! shall mourn for me...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 October 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Rularly on every Monday Morning at Loui3Ia.ua, Pike Countt. Mo. S. F. MURRAY, proprietor. TERMS: $2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume No man'! paper will be discontinued unless the ame be paw lor up to tne time oi its discontmu . ance iff ADVERTISING done very loto.j AH letteri oa business must be post paid. From the Home Journal. Thoughts on Yisitiug the Place of m j Xativity. BT B. B. FRENCH. The silver threads that mingle with The auburn o'er my brow Warn me hat Ttime's relentless hand Is busy with tne now; But here, among my native hills, The thoughts of age depart, And all the glow of sunny youth Comes bounding through my heart. Can I be oldy There stands the tree From which, but yesterday, This very hand, in clusters bright, ' Bore the ripe fruit away; And is not that my father's house Which stands upon the hill? And there upon the brawling stream, Clatters the busy mill. "United We Sta.no Divided Ye Fall. VOL. 3 LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MI...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 October 1847

THE BANNER. E. G at 8. r. Ml'UliAY, Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOUllI. MONDAY, - OCT. 25. OUR VICTORIES CONFIRMED! By yesterday's mail we receive! the St, Louis Republican of the 23d, which is filled with highly important news from Mexico This news was brought by the steamer Fashion, which left Vera Cruz on the 7tl and arrived at New Orleans on the 13th inst. By it the former news of the victories of the 8th and 13th Sept. is entirely con firmed. This news is glorious the victo ries were most brilliant and the American arms have again covered themselves with unfading glory. General Scott is without doubt in possession of the Capitol of Mex ico; and the Star Spangled Banner now waves in triumph from the top-oost dome of the "Hallsof the Montezumas." These splendid victories, however, were not gain-j ed without a severe struggle, and great loss on the part of our army, though no Gener al officer was killed. Major Gen. Pillow and Brigadier Genera1. Shields were both, severely wounded; but ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 October 1847

GOING TO SEE THE TELEGRAPH. Hundreds of ladies and children went o ver to JeffersonviIl yesterday, to see the tdcgraph. Some of the youngsters stared at the wires for a long time to see the "des patches" come along. (Louisville Demo crat.) The effect of the Bankrupt Late! In order to show the magnitude of the outrage inflicted upon the comninuitv by the pas sage of the Bankrupt Law, we beg leave to to refer the public to a Document ( No 222) submitted to Congress on the 7th of Au gust, 1847, by the Secretary of State com piled from returns made to Ins office by the clerks of the different District Courts of the United states trom which it appears that during the short period the Bankrupt Law was in operation, debts were blotted out of existence by it to the of 3TS- FOUR HUNDRED AND amount FOR-'mess TY MILLIONS, NINE HUNDREDbls at 18 1-4. The expected steamer sus- AND THIRTY-FOUR THOUSAND, ipended all business in the market for cot- SIX HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN DOL- ton. LARS AND ONE CENT...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 October 1847

RELIGION. UV WlMttX IFCUETT. Like snow that fulls where waters elide, E-irth's pleasure fade away. They melt in Time' destroy ing l: Jc, And cold are while they stay: Lut joys that from Religion flow, Like star that gild the night, Amid the darkest gloom of wo, Shine forth with sweetest light. Religion' ray no clouds obscure: But o'er the Christian's soul It sheds a radiance calm and pure. Though tempests round him roll: His heart may break 'neath sorrow's Buttoit latset thrill, Like purest diamond, when they're Religion light it still. stroke broke, Important Discovery by a Clairvoyant. Dr. B., of Paris is a gallant practitioner, cultivating wit 1 enual success me an 01 1.L.1 nlaina-which caused one of - - . ... 1 ., . 1-: hiafrSd. to cav that he was nossessed of!J m h)'e eont50, M c,l,imne?.'! -TllUn.! recommend this stove, .u-i r 1 1, .,i.nr lnv . ... . .1 j -j AWnues.nce minister h ,0 ions to ptre' when 1 e. UlSCOTerCU Ua9UC vt as ui ouch v-m y itjiv- j ic temperament, that is t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 November 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Htgularljf on every Monday Morning xt Louisiaka, Pike Uodkty, juo. S. F. MURRAY, fioprieto. TERMS: 2 io advance; $2 SO at the end of the volume Uo man's paper will be discontinued unless the am be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ing ' JDVERTISIXQ done very kw.Ej jll letter! on business must be postpaid. j "" jji United We Stand DmrKD We Fall." RETROSPECTION. Br UUSTlCli. Hor sweet to rest amid the strife, Of noisy toil and ceaseless care, And backward look on early life, To cull one flower that blushes there! Perchance a rose upon the path, Of spiightly youth may linger yet; Though dim with age and wan, it hath A fragrance we would not forget. Perhaps a backward glance reveals, Sweet memories long ago forgot, Like morning's light, their influence steals To kindle up our after lot. Oh! how could man go plodding on, From day to day in griefs and fears, "Without a star to look upon, That tells him of his early ycirs? There may be those so dead and...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 November 1847

H T 17 D V ItfPD X MM. IJ A 11 il li SX . C, JL 8. F. HOtUAT. Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - NOV: 8. Tbe democratic meeting at Bowling areen on last Monday, not only gave eu - tire satisfaction, but seemed to be a source of particular gratificatioa to every demo crat who witnessed its action. The old men of the party, the steady farmers of the country had come up to counsel together; and surely no better spirit ever animated tlio counsels of any primary gathering of the people. Every individual member of the party seemed determined to fling away every thing like prejudice, jealousy or self ish feeling, and to come up to the work ac tuated only by a desire for the general good. All seemed to see that we are fast approaching a great political campaign, and each was anxious to encourage the other by his own good action consequent ly the greatest union and harmony prevail ed throughout the meeting. But one pur pose, one determination animated every breast; and that, to organi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 November 1847

mitteb-ffipowred to fill aH vacancies that may occur, in the delegations to the State ana uisincr. lyonvennuns. John 6. Henderson, Esq., being called upon by the meeting, responded by a brief and appropriate aaaress. On notion of N P. Minor, Reeved, That the proceedings of tbe meeVIng be signed by the chairman and countersigned by the secretary, ana lorwaraed to the Democratic Banner for publication, with the reonest that the democratic naners of the State notice the same. On motion the meeting adjourned sine! diT J CrF?iecB'vRKLfcY'Cha'r- r. J. C. f acg( Sec y. I Intlructims tj Gen. Scott. The Wash ington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says: numcient intimations have been thrown out in regard to the orders recently sent to'ceascd, all the personal property of said deeeas. General bcott, to convince me that he has been directed: 1st. To trouble himself no longer about truces, armistices, negotia tions, or protocols. 2d. To leave undis turbed the shadow of a government now at iju...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 8 November 1847

IMPROMPTU. It there a heart thatnever sighed If there a tongue that never lied? Is there an. eye that never blinked.' If there a man that never drinked? If so, then heart and tongue and eye Must tell a most confounded lie. WHIG PROSPECTS OF CARRYING THE UNION. At he late elections, Georgia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, each gave a Democrat-, ie majority on the popular vote, and each elected a Democratic Governor. In the n rat two, the Wings baa the Oowrnor heretofore, and in the latter ( where the majority is overwhelmingly large) they had strong hopes up to the closing of the polls. From a Whig Senator in Georgia, the Whigs got their new issue of "no more ter ritory," and it was extensively adopted in the other States. The Whigs, from pres ent appearances, will need "more territory on Salt river; for they will soon have territory" to stand upon in the Union. Will our neighbor inform us how mncl these elections have raised the Corwin Stocic or, thatot any oi the other "lngjrEHE under...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 November 1847

-fir- - .. .Jft P ... . ..... ..,-.-.. L " . ' ; . published, ... Xt'uiarfy on tvery, Mopday Morning ai LocUrisx? Pieb Vocrtt, MO. i: ; S; T. MtfHRAy,:jf9PWEToii. i advance;'$&&Oat lend of the volume fo man's papt will oa discontinued unless the, ligia oepaiuior jug tuuic ume oi usmsconunu- '--"''' 4- ADVERTISING dote very low. AH letters on business muBt De postpaid. oh,Rare siy cottage, Gentle maWL . . Oh Share my Cottage, gentle maid, It only waits for thee . , ... ... .'.if o give a. sweetness to its shade,'; jt. ; , happiness happiness to me. , , . . Here from the splendid gay parade -.,; Of noise and .folly fret, . , i :;Ko sorrows van my peace invade, : If only blessed with thee. ! Then share my.cottage gentle meid, It only waits for the e, '"' To give 'a sweetness to its shade, ' '. ,:i.-n happiness, happiness to me. -'. The hawthorn with the woodbine twin'd, ": ' Present their sweets to thee, ' And ev'ry balmy breath of wind Is fill'd I with harmony.' A truly fond a...

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 November 1847

..VX'HJB B A N JVE R. B. C B. r. MIJIUUT Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, .. - NOV. 15. r No news of any consequence fvdm the War. Gen. Scolt Y official report has not yet reached us. 32" The question of the justice of the Mexican War was discussed with much an imation at the last meeting of the Louisia na Lyceum; and decided in the affirmative. Wo 8re requested to say that there . will he another discussion of the same question at the Aeademy, on Saturday next dis cussion to commence at 6 o clock, p. m. precisely. The public is invited to attend 'Our compositor inadvertently over looked the fallowing resolution in printing the procedings of the Democratic meeting held at Bowling-Green on the 1st inst. On motion" of -S. F. Murray, resolved, that Marion WGordon, Esq., be appoint ed to fill the vacancy in, the committee of vigilance for Buffalo Township, occasioned br the removal of a committeeman from said Township. Mr. Gordon is altogether capable; and we trust he will make an ...

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 November 1847

- GERMAN IMMIGEATION. The German paper New York city the fact that 50,000 German im migrants arrived at that part between the 1st January mm! 1st October, of the pres ent rear. . The immigrants of this year... it is said, have generally, been in better cir cumstances than heretofore, which is prob ably owing to the fact that the poorer clas ses have sailed Tor Canada. By the advice and assistance of the German Society, most gage in agriculture. Death in the Pulpit. On Sunday even- ing, the 3lsi ult., is the Reyj Mr.;'; Tappan chaplain of "the Aim House,' a New York was concluding his opening prayer, during Divine service, his voice faltered, and he suddnnly fell in the pulpit, in an apoplectic fit ; The venerable .man sank during the night, under universal paralysis. , 25" Jefferson Davis closes his letter to the Yicksbnrg Sentinel, in which he gives his views in relation to the Briscoe bill,' in the following language : "My thoughts, my feelings are American; to England, the robber...

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 November 1847

I THE MARRIED MAN'S SOLILOQUY. BY 0K WHO KNOWS. Blast the women! They are always fret tins about something or other! Yesterday the coal wouldn't burn; and the crate must be set; and the furnace must be rrpaired;:iave muffins for supper; Slocum loves muf- ana mercy knows not wnai an; ana lo-aay its as hot as t Save us from the want of an iuconsidsrate woman! Only let her get tlie upper hand and she'll drive like blazes! But I wont be. driven! Not I. If he wants the doors fixed, or wood dried, or water brought, or the tuba hooped, she may do it lierselt: Confound , it! I can't go into the house, but something is wanting! If it isn't one thing, it is another, - I'll leave my boots in the parlor every night, if I have a mind, and she may help heiself. See if I don't. We'll see who will be master. Before we were married it was" if, you please, my dear!" but cracky! u her tone isn't changed.' She shall and .shan't from week's end to week's end, and if I venture to put in a word edgewise, ...

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 November 1847

DBMPCRATIC BAIfEM PUBLISHED V. A " Bi'ularl - o . eery .Monday MorMiiM at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo.. S. F. MURRAY, rnopniETou. TERMS: 42 in advance; 2 50 at the end of the volume No man's paper will be discontinued unless the tame be paid lor up loine ume ol its discontinu ance "--. f- ADVERTISING done very low. All letters on business must ne postpaid. A Ms.rican Pyramid. The pyramid of ChoiuU has been recently measured by American officers, and its height is given as 201 feet. llumboU, the traveller, makes it only 162 feet, but ho used a baror.ietcr, while tie American officers measured it witht!i-sextant. The bight of this pyramid is nearly half as gre;it as that of the pyra mid of Cheops in Egypt! The pyramid of Chdlula is quadrangular m form, and trun cated the area of the apex being 165 feet n if if i i pit "United We Stand Divided We Fall." VOL. 3. LOUISIANA, PIKEf COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 22, 1847. NO. 33 From the N. O. Commercial of the 6th inst. MEXICO. LATER ...

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 November 1847

THE BANNER. B. C & S. F. MURRAY Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, THE WILVIOT PROVISO AGAIN. The Journal denies that our stitement re- ie t0ok decided ground against the acquisi carding Uie action of the Whig and Demo-jtioll Hf a.- territory at all a position much ciatic parties of Massachusetts upon thejinore unfavorable to us, than even the offer Wilmot Proviso is correct. There is no. 0f ti,e Mexican Commissioners. Since this satisfying one who will dispute a point tlatjdcclaration on the part of the great "Em- is as clear as a sunbeam, and insinuate whatb0(i,nent of Whigcry" will not the Louis is not so, or affect to misunderstand a plain parliamentary usage, for the purpose of making a false impression. Does the Jour- . al t Irnnw, that a vote to lay a bill or a resolution on the tabic, is considered a tm question in all Parliamentary bodies, anlj0ur army without remuneration of any kind? that. that vote determines the popularity or unpopularity of the measure? When 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. — 22 November 1847

Af!OTj:.lT;0tf OF TERRITORY. There is much force in the following el oquent passage of Gov. A. V. Brown's mesiace to tlie Tennessee Legislature, herein he maintains that the Union is in dano-er from the accession of nore ter- titory. The spirit of our people, the elas ticity of our beautiful-federative system, forbid so lamentabl a result. Gov. B., too it will be 9fTt, fully endorses the views of Mr. Buchanan 'n regard to the probable conditio" of any territory which we may acquire from Mexico. There is a differ ence of opinion on this point but, whatev er will prove true, the South asks no mor--than that Congress should not interfere Willi us cmisiuuumiiu njriusj oniun oi me Missouri Compromise line: ( Spirit of Jefferson. "The prelexi thai any new accession of tenlory may ene-anger the perpetuation of our glorious Union, is only a shallow device for alarming the timid and deceiving the ig norant. "The same . cry was raised when Louisi ana, extending from the Gulf to the North em L...

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 November 1847

(Concluded from lt page.) , Alvarez, with all the forces that were be sieging the enemy, in Pucbla, those rein forcernents included which I sent lam, has fallen back upon Altilixcn, as it is known. So soon as the troops at pitscnt under my ,.i t ..II . I -ii... . r.i i,' . i hi . r. r Jsays it has been loi ced by the wholly elisor - nrmv Ol tlif KhsI. shall he in a state lit tori J . ... J .. . i MiUC Ml IJri they shall be r r.-miirres inarching, that is, aj soon as UIVTIUEtl H till ILtUIIIUM I V 911 14 1 V - ( . '11 a .1 f Al n .Ann-iti nf .hid. llu.v n ..... ,,-lv ,l,ilt... ! si.,!!;11""- V"". stlT 011 l!lc I,art of can go forth to suck the enemy, and hariasshun T " J ' ' .. : in every way I possibly can, thus accom plishing my duties and qratifvimr niv de- sires. 1 again oiler lo your K.vociltncy Ue;aIlij EuyifK ,avJj 0 the 15th nit: "It appears assurances of my eyteein and considera - ;(i,.,t a i;irre IIUintcr of Deputies of the Conirrcss, " . - . - , , i I tion. forming-a i jun...

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