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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 November 1847

- ! .1 ' in; he ado Darters: PTTttTISTTET) 9 v-i. f-. I ' -f I S.. F-, . MURRAY rOP:taTpR3 Mi LIU i U, VI iU B -'B IT "B' -a-BfB W-"Ut.r -T d VJH JL.ll. Jt Jt . 3L iltlUJ -.. 'JIM JCIlH. W JLfl JtTMK IL' now uride Skia Jcfyixf was. $2 in advance Mo man's paper tVi"T l win ue aiscominueu uiue .ed7?lP wis S-a,-T PtPUW. RUTOfeE?G5i in ins way, all who resisted. - . i:M?i0i Sllf Vir I . f 1114: lit tiiii.-'i K if tiiM! Xkin u't O . !!'. . . I. T ' T. . 1 . it ; fM iinHltlb I ILIi I Till II 1 1 F niTIT T r ' T- . ' T TB 1 I . T ' 111 li r..-i?:ri ttf: j ij io?m in Mi uwohm w. . . f . . .. r... , t, . ' : J - I (. r:Ii, I'.lrr'i iil.-i.ij jlfirt ri .til r- - . -. . r ' ' ' ' I have but Jeebly presented. 5fv thaif t f niimyn .iiij ; 1. 1 - n nrjfi - -ki .nun nnd other ulliifii iln In 111 millll lift liiii I ii i -r 1 J" 1 1 ! il ... ' ;; l iu ,fl i 'lir.''tl!; -if -ill 1 u.i:..liiMiiLiiiB oIga; 1 ; jii axrciocK a, m . in sir ,o uMommenccd t yi n r I I j VI A-,ifJ'!(U. on lim: sbddl) will t...

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

THE BANNER. aCikfcr. SJI'BULIT, Miter. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. KG3DAY, - NOV. 29. yfrWe five below the action of the dif Cittittoanties in this Congressional Dis trict,' la eeUeting their delegates to the t$i aad District Conventions : Mario eounty has selected delegates to ' both State and district conventions without attractions. SaSs to the State convention instructed to vote for C. F. Jackson for Governor to the district convention for J. C. Welborn for Congress. . Pike James R. McDearmon for Gover nor; J. C. Welborn for Congress. Audrain Hon. A. A. King for Governor delegates to the district convention with out instructions. Callaway Delegates to the State con vention without instructions delegates to the district convention for Hon. John Jameson for Congress. Warren delegates to the State conven tion for Jas. R. McDearmon to the dis trict convention for Jameson. . St. Charles delegates to the state con vention for It. 2- McDearmon to the district convention without instructions F...

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

l-PROSPECT AHEAD- ... ur prospeots for the nexfTresidential easpaign were never so eneouragiog as nofr, says one o( pur prominent Democratic exdianges. -. Jn tbe one hand all pledges made fy the ' Democratic party ia 1.844 have be vn faith filly fulfulled. All the principles they in Tolved have been sustained. The result ?: is, that the country is in a prosperous con t dUion beyond comparison. The honor and ' lights of the nation have also been preser ved. - , On the other hand the Whig party have .. m issue, except that of the war, upon which to eo into the canvass. Every other has been knocked from under them. By . tacit 'content thev yield the traiff and sub-treasu rv. as furnishing now no rallying points of opposition, in connection with the war they are en deavoring to raise the "JVb more .Territo rg,y issue; but it will amount to nothing.- The people nave given abundant evidence that they are in favor of the war. They have sustained, and will continue to sustain the administra...

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

'i It tClUTWG filE'lS'ORltTURE'TO: j 'A T V.VttOOA ACCOUNT. ". , ! ,1 It it said (Hit Bishop Done, of New Jer hso, sey,' airway opposed to temperance, and hiMdcboa'rdS and table are loaded with gW;brahdy," wiiiej Ac. A short time since. Ri.T, Mr'."Verkint, of the order of "Sans," diii54 with, the Bishoi; who, pouring oul gUsa pt wipedesired the Rev. igenllemanj to drink with liira'. whereupon he replied: Can't do it, Bishop', wine is a mocker.'' Take a gbasof brandy beit Can't do it Bishop, trong tlrijik .is r - gaing." . . - i Bj this tiiie the Bishop, becoming som what restive and excited remarked to Mr. You'll pan the decanter to . the gentle-j man, next ypu. . '.'V, ' ; No, Bishop. I caiyt dotriatjfwounthim that piitteth the bottle to his neighbor:" .f.jpt was. wie peculiar meuiai iuiihuu or moral state of the Bishop, at thia stage of .theprdceedingr, our informant did not stated -"i b.1 V.: . . , , , . CURIOUS LAW CASE. f :Tbe New York correspondent of the Sy racase Star has th...

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 December 1847

1 M DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Monday Mornin at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. S. F. MURRAY, PttOFRIETOR. TERMS: $2 in advance; $2 50 at the end 0r the volume iVo man' paper will be discontinued unless the came bepaidiorup loilie lime of its discontinu ance 2f ADVERTISING done very lotc.jzj All letters on business must oe postpaid. . - i - . rs. . ...,,.. WMTOMi 111 fan JW Ml H VOL.3 FAREWELL. Thou'st proved the heart that owns the power, Which nought on earth from thee can sever, And though the fatts around us lower, j I love the now I'll love thee ever! "United We Stand Divided We Fall." LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, DECLMBIIK, C, 1847. NO. From the Jefferson Inquirer. Proceedings of the Democratic niccl i:sg in Texas ( oimly. At a regular called meeting of the democ racy of Texas county, at the county seat on Monday the 25tli October. 1S-J7, (it loins the first day of the circuit court,) and which meeting was called for the purpose cf ap pointing del...

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 December 1847

THE BANNER. M. Cs A, n. V. MURRAY. Editor. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI MONDAY, DEC. 6. T CONGRESS This day again convened to discuss the affairs of the nation. More discordant material has nev er, perhaps, been thrown together in the Capital at Washington. And questions tru ly American, both in magnitude and interest, will, we fear, divide rather than harmon ize that body. Questions which instead of being viewed with American eyes, by Ame rican statesmen, will we fear receive too much of a party and sectional support or opposition. That body will be composed f 117 Whigs, one Native and 110 Democrats in its lower branch, and 2-2 Wliiss and 3G Democrats in the Senate. The Whigs hav ing the majority in the lower House, the re sponsibility of originating bills will rest wit! them to a great extent. AnJ the edict from the "great embodiment" has gone forth prohibiting the further prosecution of the War for the only available compensation known to our country. This pronuncia- mento, so far as we c...

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 December 1847

The Baltimore Patriot, violent whig, savs If we may not take military possession j of Mexico, now suan wc get out ot lite war.' There seems to be, as Mexico will not sub mit, but one way, and that is to adopt the 4 Stand-off. The Senate of Massachu setts is unanimously whig. The Senate of lUicnigan is unanimously democratic. MASONIC NOTICK. Sj" There will be a public Installation of the ofiieers of "Perseverance Lodge" No. D2, in this policy reccommcuded by Gen Tayl more than a year ago say what we want,! place, on Monday the 27ih inst., (St. John's and as wc have the power to take it, to takeAYi) al which time an address will be delivered by iev. bro. Uoml. All brethren in the vicinity in good standing, also all transient brethren are respectfully invited to attend. it, Make a '.reaiy ourselves deline our boundary, declare what shall be our rela tions with Mexico, and not waiting to as certain whether she will or will not agree to the terras, proceed to carry them out. Thifl done, ...

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 December 1847

ft-" WIT IN RHYME. A queer jocker sat at the window one night. And saw tlic moon shining with silvery light; He spoke to a grain buyer in the room; "Have you a desire to buy up the moon?" "Why, zounds!" said 'the stranger, "jray what do you mean?" TV... tt.:..1, : 1 1 .v "Jr '.. . . . "I thought it no liann," he replied, "to '" - quire." "I see it isrisintr, and soon will be lii:lior!'V Dreamy Lifk. Wouldn't yon call a man, a fool who should spend all his time in lis!.- ing up oyster?, with the exception of find-( ing a pearir mil is lie really more unwise than hundreds who, with their hands in their pockets and cigars in their mouths, are waiting for something to turn up, or turnover, that will throw them at once in to business and a fortune? They r.iay wait till doomsday, and longer, if possible, be-J fore their fo;id expectations are realised.. If there is a kind of life that we more thai: abominate, it is a lingering, waiting, lazy, dreamy sort of existence, over which an gels a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 December 1847

1 , m-tttt. - . "United We Stand Divided We Fall." VOL. 3 LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, .MISSOURI, 'MONDAY, DECEMBER, 13, 1847. NO. 26. D EJiaCHl ATJC A N NBR,I .. .lie LiK - PUBLISHER v ; j Monday Morning IrtisiASA'PlKB CoCNTr, Mo. '".', F.' MURRAY; raofrniETdB. ;,,v.. TERMS: J- j . WattvaTice; $2 50at1he end of the vol fMcftntn.' paper 11 be discemtinned 'unless the' ,amepaiaior up wme umc oi its discontinuance-!! ; . ' . -. JlDVESTJSLS'a eyr r ry Iwe.; - a - - i i iinir nil . . . . - . : W,J- " Alii I HMh. 1 ILALj 11.1 A ST. 1 THE aim, IT. SOMETHING IN A 'NAME. meeeing ,., uaiw. co. , the name The following toast it is said was drank What sort of a book is this that even the ''Attention has some times been called to! , gemnn was presented ttf a sulla-.alan association of School Master. The ind and waves of .human passion obey it? Jit appropriateness of lite names of iour. C,0nC l 1,acc oa,.t,!e Den,ocrj ticket . sentiments which are embodied in it are I What other engine of social impr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 December 1847

THE BANNER . - B. & F. MCRUAT. iMiters. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - PF.C. 13. CLAY'S RESOLUTION Si THE M.YHCH TO THE RIO GRANDE. 1.. Resolved, . As the opinion or tint meti ,Ing, that the primary cause of the pre mtXiX unhappy war, existing betwten the United States of America, ami the Uurtfd States of the Republic of Mexico, was t!-r annexation of Texas to the former; and that .the immediate occasion of hostilities be tween the two republics, arose out of the order of the President of the United States ; or the removal of the army under the com mand of General Taylor, from its position at Corpus Christi to a point opposite to Matamoros, on the East bink of the Rio Bravo, within terntorv claimed by both re publics, but then under the jurisdiction of mai 01 mexico, ana inuaoiiea uy ns iui zens; and that the order of the President for the removal of the army to that point, was improvident and unconstitutional, it a. : m. . r r Being wuuoui me enncurreuer ui isungiesB, or even a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 December 1847

. r hv Mr. Pollr. in groy-Wtbe Rio Grand, and thus bringing airinrr nu w ----- w ... wvitnti itie on the war. n wtr u oruer forcible possession to be taken of the terri tory in-dispute, weiuiigeu iu our congress 0r our Executive was no concern of Mexico. Sbe refused to settle the question of boun dary negotiation; before hostilities com menced. She cut off all diplomatic rela tions with Mi and refused even to receive . resident minister from the United States. Since me turaiucuwciurui mc war, sue again and again refused even to enteri negotiations fr peace. By the Law has intn af Nations, therefore, and by the immutable principles 01 common sense and common justice, the United States have a right to! jttain possession of a portion of the Perri-i tory conquered from Mexico by way of in-J demnity for the expenses incurred by them in the prosecution of the War." (Nasli rillc Whig ' Jf" Mexico it would seem is still in a state of anarchy and confusion. The Gov ernment of Pena y Pena is ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 December 1847

poetry. "THE GRADUATING SONG f' " jDcdicnied to 1he IVesl Point Graduates of' 47. "' " ' ' "by yu4. CEN. SCOTT. Brothers? I fain "would bid irevell. 'J ' With steady voices and tranquil mien, Fain joyous meetings would foretell, T" - More bright than all we yet have seen. Lut no! the painful thriil 1 let I, Is in each faltering tone conlessY; ' Nor can e'en manly pride conceal The grief that swells Ujo throbbing breast. i Few. (and too fleet) the days alas! . Ere from our Highland home we sever. Adieu ! dear members of our class; Adieu, West Point! perchance forcvei! l"TW this makes cowards of us all, . We tremble in the last embrace; But parted; whatso'er befall, ' Brave deeds our cv'ry name shall grace. .! Geod Anger o'er each class presiding, Teach it, dispersed thro' life's dart nirze, . like a rocket into stars dividing, To win the world's approving gaze: Then, friends, when met in peace or strife, By one lov'd word shall be restored; The smiles, the joys, of early life. And Al...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 December 1847

U E 31 0 C U A T I C ' B A NNER, PUBLISHED p Regularly on every Monday Morning ,. LiOOJSIAWA, riKE UOCKTr, Mo.-; "J" Vs.. F. MURRAY, Propmetok. .-. .. ; .terms.:. ; v " r -. $2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the voiume No man' paper win oe discontinued unless the game be paid r p- touie time fits discontinu .ac. tr' ' '.;. . . :? .; Ji JlD lrER yiSKVG Jom very Ima.a All letters on business must dc postpaid. . President's Message. - Fellow-Citizens of the Senate , House nf Representatives: The annual meeting of Congress is' nl "j. . . . mi :ways an interesting evem. tne represen tatives of the States and of the people, come fresh from their constituents, to take counsel together for their common good, af ter an existence of near three fourths of a ' century, as a free and independent republic. The problem no longer remains to be solv- .ed, whether man is capable of self govern ment. The success of our admirable sys tem is a conclusive refutation of .the theo ries of those in other c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 December 1847

Continued from 4th Jage. Mnce tne liberal roposiuon oi we um- . -n . l jT. . I ., T lit would require a large army to be con- April last, large expenditu.es hare tinIiaIJy in fieW fiUw,ed at forW and inxnrrod nrl lit nrpnnim hi nod fit inanvl . ' .. . i or oar patriotic fellow citizen! 1 shed,"in the prosecution of the war consideration, and the obstinate persever tni nf Morion in nrntractin? t!l war must influence the terms oi peace wmcu i. may be deemed proper hereafter to accept. . ..." j. i . i Oar arms having been everywhere victori tions for peace havmg failed, the important, OUestion arise?, in what manner the war ... . t 1 . I 1 i. ought to be prosecuted ana wnai suouiu ue our future policy? I cannot doubt, that we should secure and render available the conquests we have already made, and that for Uuf purpose, we should now auu occu py, by our n"aval and military forces, all the forts, towns, cities aad provinces now in our occupation, or which may uereatter C" into oar poss...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 December 1847

THE BANNER. X"cTfc g. f. MUnRAT, Editors. ' LOUISIANA. MISSOURI.. HONDAY, - DEC. 20. ' TO ADVERTISERS jf-THOSE who advertise in the Banner must mark on their advertisements, or otherwise ipecify the number of times which they wish tbaffl inserted, else they will be continued till forbid and charged for accordingly. O " ' Jf-Our readers are referred to the adver tisement of "Old Dick" to be found in another column. He has on hand a Hill supply of Ready Made Clothing which he is anxious to sell on liberal terms, and if a neighbour should need a warm coat for the winter, lie may find "just the thing" at "Old Dick's." Oar friends may rest assured that though quite rusty, he is a very straight up and down sort of fellow; and that whatever lie say3 he will do, lie will do at all hazzards. If they doubt it let them try him. Quarterly Meeting. The Methodist Episcopal Church hold a Quarterly Meet icg in this town, commencing on Saturday next. The Presiding Elder, we presume, will be present....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 December 1847

Continued from 1st page. Effort would be made by some foreign pow er to possess it, either by eonquest or pur chase If no foreign government should acquire it by either of these modes, an 'in dependent revolutionary Government would probsbly be established Jiy the inhabitants! and such foreigners as may remain in, or re move to the country, as soon as it shall be known that the United States have aban doned it. Such a government would be too feeble long to retain its seperate inde pendent existence, and would finally be come annexed to, or a dependent colony ol, some more powerful State. bhould any foreign government attempt DR. IJRAGG'S INDIAN QVEEN VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED LULLS. .. 2Jihe Great Popular Medicine cf'tha day Vast amount used per .month The numerous und w emlerful ernes freffects Its lrauical ef fect upon Bincis- Fevers, arid Fivir and Aire Great ENtiU-iuent among the Doctors !! I Tilt 1M)IA.1 dVCCI VEGETABLE SVOA-R WITIP - ItF. now admitted on a!! haw? to be the mot cx...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 December 1847

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Monday Morning At liODISIAKA, FlKX tOUNTT, Mo. - "S: F. MURRAY, Proprieto I ; TERMS: $2 in advance; $2 50 af the end of the volume No man's paper will be discontinued unless the Ym mirl fnr nn tntha r. 1'. ance ADVERTISING dan?, very tow.g All letters on business must oe post paid. President's Message. (concluded.) For the amount of contributions, whicl kiTtb'tn levied in this form, J'rrfer you to the accompanying reports of the Secre tary of War and the Secretary of the Navy, by which tt appears that the sum, exceed ing half a million of dollars has been col lected. This amount would undoubtedly have been muchlirgsx but for the difficul ty of keepingopSn the communication be tween the coast aad tc interior, so as to enable the owner of the merchandise im parted to transport and vend it to the in habitants of the country. It is confidently expected, that tee difficulty will, to a great extent, be sooiijjpe moved by our increased forces...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 December 1847

CONCLUDED FOM 4-TH TACE. All the public land which have been sur veyed and were ready for inatket, liavc been proclaimed for .ale . during the past year. The quantity offered and to be oflsr- o? the Pacific, within the territory of thejto habits of labor by civilization. United States, as the public interest may The accompaning report of th the Secre- ..-J .1 I imitation . I t ie mails. cu lur BiCf nutter mu iiiuviaiuai.uij iiyncuii , . . ,. since the first of January last, .amounts to! 'lb preservation of peace with the Ind, 9,138,531 acres. I !r' tr:;,rs "J'S wtof tne Rocky Mi.iiii- The prosperity of the wtiltrn stales amli-' ,e,,j4r , Pro,er ,that anl "r'' territoiie. in which tlios lands lie, will be ; '"'' K'f n by law for the appointment enhanced by their .needy safe.-Bv withhold-!"! ' adequate number ol Indian agents require. Post Offices have accordingly ,tary 0f ie Nary piesents a satisfactory ac- oeen esiauiisueu, .;rpui jiusi j pointed, an 1 provision made, for the trans-...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 December 1847

jj. We givft below, the latest news wej JTi'ie President's Message was carried ive reivd frm Mexico. It will be .from Washington to Baltimore, a distance aeFR that news from the army is expected of 40 miles, in 63 minutes, by an expiess b the nest arrival fi V 'LATE FROM -VERACRUZ The!"iji Tahmaron, Capt, St. Clair, riifd yesterday froni "Vera Cruz, whe ' .1 OO.I ..u. .j .1 l ar nee car. This is nearly equal to the fasttsl traps-Atlantic expresses. 23" Tlie follow inf? resolution was unan- ,he sailed m 23d nit. two days later imnusly passed by the "Whig meeting at Uljnu"' . . ... , . There dr, not appear to have been any liter arnvais irom me nurrior. Palmyra, on the 6th instant: Resolved, That we sympathise v illi "the On the 21st tilt., .over 700 troops arrived, 0t,PM's,,,',l "f "vry nV.ti.i;; we- desire the ,tVera Cruz, of different regiments, jsuceess of Liberty, md welcome its s TkeU: S. schooner 'Scorpion, sailed on;to or shores, and ardently hope for the day lie Mine day for ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 December 1847

" ' ''""" ' ' ' ' '"' " 11 - - - - , - -Contumedfromlstpage. I flR. BRAGG'S The act of tbo 6th of August, 1846, to 'INDIAN QUEEN VEGETABLE SUGAR COATED PILLS. O ' "i t.tfiMlh ft warj.lmiumrr rfl(Am I, ..a tiAAn! , ,l , lrThe Great Popular Medicine of the day . ... .J V ast amount used per month The numerous w w w ii luijivitaiji uuAuidij m uir vatiu and wonderful cures it effects Its tragical ef fect unon Bilious fevers, and Fever and Artie Great Excitement among the Doctors 11 the ci ti.i vrcrTABLt sccaa coat act of 1816, in augmenting the revenue) and extending the commerce of ll.e coun-; Whilst It .,m to..1-il I.. commerce it nas oeen oenenci ai to uur man-; pills ufactures by diminishing forced sales v' a TIP now admitted on all hands to le the auction, of foreign goods at low prices, to most extraordinary and valuable medicine cause the duties to be advanced on tlcm, in neiieial use. It not only acts as a spe-i and by checking fluctuation in the market. cijYc. upon t!ie bilious...

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