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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 January 1848

J3Sm Rtguktrly .on every iljnday Morning AT LOUISIANA, PfKt CoCSTV. Mo. S. F. MURRAY, TERMS: $2 in advance; 2 50 at t lie end of (he vol nun No man's paper will Bo discontinued unit tliej ame be paid for up to the tiine ofitsdiscontinu- ; ance ADVERTISING do, very lou-.j) All letters on business must oe post paid. 23 We are compelled to issue but a half j sheet this week, in-consequence of the afftC0fllA ftf nnfl rf All lianfla j a well as , - j . .. . , . .jits length than for its patriotism or logic from a ripsire unnn 1 lie nart nf llm real nP s ' us to enjoy , the hollidays in common with oKr citizens. LAST WEEK. We have past through the hollidays, and taking it altogether, the week has been one of general satisfaction and pleasure. The weather has been mild and sunny, inviting out all classes, and af fording to the most fragile an opportunity of enjoying themselves in the open air, as their tastes, and dispositions dictated. The quarterly meeting, that closed early in the week,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 January 1848

vrt rr P. - C A R R , .irToitrtjfr f Law, A TTENDS regularly the court of Pike, J Lincoln and L,Cbarieounties. O" Address Prafrieville, Pike county, Wo. 'November 8th 1847. ' " ; Dr. J. . L. rood,: W N FORMS (he niihl'ic that (ha lima of his sis Xj i t jr - ' " - oqiationwilhDr. E. M. BartleU.ha.ving ex- pirec oy nmnauon, ne now oners ms proiession al services to the cKSsensof Louisiana and sur radig country: Hoping that dote attention to his profession will entitle , him to some of their cish. ' jf Office in a room of the Store of Ed- wittJiAuper & Brothers, Where he may be (bund uolesa .professionally engaged..- '-,., .'!:'-' Nw. 15th 1847.:, , .. .. ... . ,.. , : B. MORTlJIORt. 7 .. , . . MTlS, 310UTI3IOUE & BRYAN, ; General CommiMien & Forwarding MERCHANTS . "?iio'. Tt Front end Commercial Streets, Scroti, '43-rnl. - SST. LOUIS; MO, ""E.G. McftUIE, LOUISIANA, MO. T EALER in Dry Hoods, Groceries, READY I MAUfctjLoriliarj; Produce &c. r ? 7 W3I.1T. jtNAPP, BLANK-BO...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 January 1848

gjgMOCRATIC. BANNER PUBLISHED Stgularly fin. every, Monday .Morning AT LOUIIIAHA, PlKI CoCHTYj 'Mo. v f S. F.; MURRAY,' Proprietor, r TERMS: ' 9 in advance; 2 50 at the end of flie.v.diim. Roman's paper will lie discontinued unless the game be paidfor up to the time'ol Itsdisco'nlinu- Xn rJZJI TISLYG dune very loib.i All letters on business must dc postpaid. - TO AUVERTISEKS; Jf THOSE who advertise in the. Banner must mark on their aaveriiseiner.ts, or otherwise foec'ii'y the number of limes which they wish ". ' ...1 t:. i lueul inseruru, rise iu u vjimuueu ill forbid and" charged for accordingly. FRIENDSHIP. . ..! desire that my enemies may he .temporary; my frienuship etearnal. (.-icero. ; Mortal! on thy kness oft bending Be it "e'er thy fervent prayer, That thy friendship lie unending ' As the eternal ages are; ' But upon thy bosom ever, Kindness to thy fellow men; . . . Let not Jealous thoughts c'r sever, Ties that bind thee to a friend. - . ,,. . , '' Bo thy spirit ever willing...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 January 1848

THE BANNER. . , A a. F. WUBRAYt Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - JAN. 10. Mail Facilities to Lonisiana. It if known to our citizens that Louisiana labors under great disadvantage, from a want of mail facilities, especially in the -winter season. Having to depend up.n the St. Louis mail via St. diaries, which is generally near a week in reaching us, and very irregular, for Eastern news, or tip on the Jacksonville route acrojs Illinois, which is generally, in the winter, three or four days earlier. The latter is a tri-weekly line already to this place; and is a direct route across Illinois and Missouri, from Springfield through Jacksonville, Pittsfield, &ouuiana, Bowling Green, Middlctown and DaarUle, to Jf fferscs CJ.j. 9UT c!U:?i will readily see the advantages they would reap if this tri-weekly line was extended on to Jefferson City. It would be nearly a direct Eastern route from Jefferson City, over which a heavy mail would necessarily turn, accommodating more towns 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. — 10 January 1848

Lewis County has expressed a preference' for Col. Benton for the Presidency as its first choice, for James Buchanan as its sec ond choice, for Judge McBride as its. first choice for Governor, and for C. F. Jackson . l r T (i its secoou cuoice, lor iamps ' a. ixreen for Congress, for Gen. Wm Vice President - . O. Butler for On the Erst, the Speaker of the House gave the casting vote in favor of receiving Aooiiuuu uctttiuiis. a itu snows now true Southern Whigs have been to their const! tuents in voting for Mr. Wiothrop. Sundry war resolutions were before the House, and their consideration defered. Mr. Lincoln fathered some, Mr. Botls oth ers. We shall notice them herereaftcr. The following resolution offered by Mr. Wentworth, was adopted. 138 to 5-1: Resolved, That the General Government has the power to construct such harbors and improve such rivers as are necessary and proper for the protection of our navy and of our commerce, and also for the de fence of our country. St. Louis Uni...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 10 January 1848

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEMO , CRA.TIC MEETING IN OSAGE. Ata saeetingof the Deinocrucy of Osage, held affile town of Linn, on the first Mon day in December, dnrinz the sitting of an adjourned term oi the uircuu conn, ana daring the sitting of the Probate Court, jier informs us that this woman was regular tka following proceeeings were had,, to wit: jb' mustered into service as a memberof On motion of Jno. C. .Burch, the Ilon.jpi'.1- Holtzscheitkr'i company, from St. ... j rt .j Louis, nt i ort Leavenworth. The com- Oliver m no.me, was cauea i,i ,u.r, , to . fhe was BlUcied ,eft For, and on motion of Judge A. E. Rowden,:Leavenwi,rt1 01 the 8lh of October, and Jno. C. Burch'was selected as Secretary of she remained with it until the denouncement the meeting. On '.motion of Jno. C. Butch, the Chair Appointed Dr. Mtahew. Walton, Judge A. E. Rowden, Judge Chesley Glover, the Hon. W.'M. Davis, and F. A- Rfejers, Esq., a committee !o draft a Preamble and Reso lutions expressive of the sense of ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 January 1848

1 2SC DEMOCRATIC BANNER, PUBLISHED Begularly. on every Monday Morning : at Louisiana, Pike County, Mo. S. F. MURRAY, Proprietor. TERMS: Z in advance, . ou at the end of the v.,tnm. No mi- paper will be discontinued unless the fme be paid lor up to the time ofits discontinu ance jg- ADVERTISING don-very lou: All letters on business must De post paid. To ' DTERTISERS 'Jf THOSE who advertise in the Banner must mark on their aovcrtiscmer.Ts, or otherwise ipecify the number of times which they wish them inserted, else they will lis continued til forbid and charged for ccoruingly. THOUGHTS. . They come when t!ie sunset - Is bright on the mountain; . They come when the moonlight Is clear on the fountain; At morn and at even, By minutes and hours, They come from the forests, F rom birds and from flowers. They come when some token, Of past days rise, As a link to thn present, And then they bring sighs; They come when some vision Of hopes and of fears, Rushes on to the future And then they br...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 January 1848

THE BANNER. K. C, St 0. T. WURBATi Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - JAN. 17. We noticed in the last Hannibal Ga zette, a communication over the signature of "A Delegate," in which objections are urged to the time selected, for holding the next Democratic Convention, fur the nomi nation of a candidate for Congress in this, the 2nd Congressional District. In answer to the objections of "A Delegate," we will jbilities of Mexico. Scarcely had this con v to him. that we. as a member of thejstruc'.inn been given them, when he is seen corresponding committee, were in favor of a later day than the one selected that wc suggested the 4th Monday in May, in a let ter addressed to each member of the com mittee, which was objected to by every le't ter received in reply That all urgtd an early day and that the 3rd Monday in March was selected, as most likely to give satisfaction to a majority of the committe, and the democratic voters of the District. It was not expected, that the time woul...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 January 1848

Crawford County has recommended the flou. W. V. N. Bay, for congress, and left their delegate") uninstructed in regard to their choice for Governor. The great Democratic meeting in Phila delphia denounced the Wilinot Proviso fbe Noith will come right on that, question. "Overcome evil with good," as a gen tleman said when he knocked a burglar down with a family Bible. . o. e. o. or 1001. At a regular meeting of the above Older, in Louisiana, on the 1 1th instant, after the transaction of other business of importance to the Society, brother A. J. Pickens offer ed the following preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted : Whereas, it is in accordance with the customs of our O order, and the dictates of our better nature, to commingle our feel ings of sorrow upon the demise of any of our beloved brotherhood, and to give ex pression to those feelings in an appropriate manner; therefore Resolred, That we have heard with feel ings of sorrow and sympathy cf the death of our br...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 17 January 1848

Morgan Found. Whether the inference conveyed by the following extract be true or mistaken, it is worth reading: I met at Smyrna with a renegade who had renounced his Christian crcrd, and livt s- as a Turk. Ho is a native of the United States of America, by name of Morgan, ami is charged as having revealed, what has re listed the importunities even ot the wile and the cunning of the inquisitive all over the world, namely, the secrets of freema sonry. His life at home was threatened; his credulous countrymen at home believed that he had disappeared in the Falls of Ni ogra, tut he found safety by flight, and is regarded by tlie Asiatics as a regenerated babe.-A7ausA'. Shoretof the Mediterran ean. Trade with California. The bark Olga, Capt. Juhn C. Bell, cleared for Cali fornia, from Boston, on the 15th inst., with a cargo valued at .f6,400 of which $14, 600 was of foreign products, and $1 1,800 domestic. d Frightful Case of 'Jioot or Die.' Five workmen in the barites mine, in Ches hire...

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 January 1848

r WIS U U D B MO C RA TIC IT A N 3f EH L Uti-utkrlj 'wi every I Mjnday ; Morning At L'dCIStA2A, "ftl'Mf CoCKTv'. Mo! j a.. F. . MURRAY,- PaqpfUTon $2 'in' advance; $2 30 at the end1 of flic volume 'Naman'P3!' -will- be msr-ontimred unlcss-the awe bepw up totue Umeefitidiseontiau- ncc - ; 0- JlDrERTISLYG dw. very l,nc. All letters on business must oe post paid. ... TO Al)VEBjrsJi!U,.,;,,,i.j f3 THOSE whp auvcitise. iu the Banner must mark on their aaveriscnic-i.;s, or otherwise -pecily the number ol tunes which they wis! Ilicm inserted, ele they will continued ti fyrbid anicliargcJ for accordingly. : ' A MOTHER'S SON 3. ' : . ., ..'..; - : at MRS,. E,K. FOSTER. A!i! tell ine not of lovely ones Who breathe the ajr of earth: Ah! tell inuot of charms to which The brightest land gies birth., , Nor yet of fairy things that, float . Untouched by mortal stain, j . The beautiful crcatiqns.of The pact's teaming brain; . . Qf all that inoes on earth, in air, Or bides beneath the, deep, There's...

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 January 1848

'J"1 'P" r THE BANJVER E. & f. T. M UK RAY, Ed i ton. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY. - - JAN. 31. CORRECTION. From inattention, the date of our paper was not changed from last week until half of them were struck on the first side. It should read Jan. 31st, instead of 84, as it does on some of the numbers. LOUISIANA LYCEUM. The next question for discussion before this Society is: Resolved that the Britisli Government was justifiable in her course towards Napoleon Bonaparte." The dis cussion will commence at the Academy on Saturday evening next, at 6 o'clock. The iouoWin reslution was -SCG the Society at its last meeting: Resolved, That the public, the ladies es pecially, are cordially invited to attend the regular weekly meeting of this Society. SUSPENSION OF GEN. SCOTT. It will be seen by reference to the Tele-i graphic despatches in another column, that Gen. Scott has been suspended from the command of the army in Mexico. The governing facts that led to this Executive move are no...

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 January 1848

interference polity, before its commercial system shall beeom stabl. Government must "let trade alofte." St. Louis Un ion. - Mas- Gaines The Icision A corres pondent of tke New YorkHerald tbns de scribes the scene in the Sipreme Court on tbt morning of the decision q favor of Mrs. 3aines: "This morning, Mrs. Gen.' (ins was es corted to the Supreme Cort bj twenty beau tiful ladies. When they, were seated, the court room presented auinteresti.tr con vocation'. There were th noble Poking judges in their black robes; there wa Mrs. General Gaines and her beautiful effort there were Gen. Walter Jones and ion' Kererdy Johnson, her counsel, there w.re Henry Claf and Daniel Webster, and Gei. Quitman and Gen. Shields, there were members of both Houses, old and young lawyers, citizens ami strangers, present. "Judge Wayne read the opinion of the court, showing that Mrs. Gaines is the le gitimate daughter (for that was the severe ordeal through which the little woman has been struggling for fift...

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 January 1848

Town Ordinance. AN ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE ERECTION OP A WHARF. iof the citizens of the town of Louisiana, land subject to their disposal. The treasur er shall, in a book to be kept byJum lor that SEW STORE AT THE S3 vni hi -1 ipurpose, keep a correct account of all the; SeHiiis: off at Cost! and less than Cost!!. !tAnu.ra ..nati-Af) lv Iiim rf ilia tirllftff til ! T B, it ordained by the Board o Trustee of t,,e payJ,?ntain,a0 to t!ie stock-! of Ae Townof Louisiana as fallows: jholdeis, and when the stock shall be paidf asc. 1st. it shall be the duly of the out rs renuired by the ordinance, He su&nrvs-,x,v .u,..rih..r i.v;r.n.fa1nth Stnm lale. clerk of the Board of Trustees on or be- notify the patties interested of 'that fact and! 8 lv occupied by Messrs. G.W. Jeans & Co, chairman oi we and fore the day of January, 1848, to cir-.report 'ho same to the culate a subscription for shares of stock, Board of Tiustees. to be taken for -the purpose of erecting a! Sec. 7th. The...

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 February 1848

D E MdCRATIC B ATfJTE R 1 Jitgularly on'vfry.. Monday . Murning AfLoOMrAJU, PlM CoBSTT, Mo. , S. F. MURRAY, PaopwtToa. ' ' ' '-" v-y; terms: . 2 'in advuee; $2 50 at the end of the volume No man's paper will be discontinued unless the tame oepaiuiuruu iouic uincoiusuisconunu' Jf-ADVERTISING don", very yw.fj All letters on business must oe post paid. TO.ADTEJtTIjSEnS J-THOSE who advertise in the Banner mut,mark on their aaveri.isciiiet.ts, or otkervjise peeffy the number of times whiqh they wuh them inserted, else "they wllltlj continued til forbid and charged for accordingly. ' (For the Banner.) Mou.no Farm, Pike Co., Mo. ! Mr, Murray .vBy your politeness I will occupy a small space in the columns of the Banner,' for the pifrpose of calling the at- tentnn of the citizens of Louisiana a ' others concerned, to the" necessity of some improve'mcnt'of the Roads leading to that place. I am gratified that this subject has elicited the attention of some, and partic ularly our County Court. ...

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 February 1848

THE BANNER E. C St f. F. nVRRATt Editor. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - - FEB. 7. 23" The next Democratic Stale Conven tion will be held at Jefferson City, ou the 4th Monday in March next. 23" The next Democratic District Con vention (for this the 3d Congressional Dis trict,) will be held at Herman in Gasconade county, on the 3d Monday in March next. The members of the Louisiana Lyceum will hold their next meeting on Thursday night, instead of Saturday, as lieretofore. RECRUITS. The steamer Revenue Cutter soppcd at our landing on Friday last, with 45 recruits on board vnder the command of Lieutenant Hawkins. They are from Pike, Ralls, and Marion, and were enrolled at New Lon don, Ralls county, and designed for the ser 'vice In New Mexico. 23" The February term of the County Court for Pike, commences to-day. It will probably continue nearly two weeks. Change or Proprietors. We under stand that Messrs. Jackson & Wells have "sold the 'Journal" office to Messrs. Wat- ion & Bouha...

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 February 1848

lie mind and leads the Senator from North Carolina to appreliend a - state of things which he fears, but which for myself I do not anticipate. Let me say, Mr. President that it takes x great deal to kulllus country. We haVeliad an alarming crisis almost every year as long as I can recollect. I came on the public stage as a spectator before Mr. Jefferson Mr&s elected." That was aciisis. Then came the embargo crisis, the crisis of the non-intercourse, of the war, of the bank, of the tariff, of others. But we have outlived them all, and advanced in all the elements of power and prosperity with rapidity, heretofore unknown in the history of nations!. If we should swallow Mexico to-morrow I do not believe it would kill us. The Senator from Nortli Carolina and my self may not live to see it, but I am by no means satisfied that the day will not come in which-the wliole ot the vast country a- round us will form one of the most magnif icent empires that the world has yet seen glorious in...

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 February 1848

CURE FOR CHOLERA. We find the following article going ' the rounds of the papers, without "7 credit to indicate its origin : r The rapid progress of this frightful dis ease over Asia, and the great apprehension that we may again be visited by this afflict ing dispensation, induces people to look round for new modes of cure. It appears that Mr. Bruno Taron. a surtreon familiar with the disease, was seized with it in Mars-s-;iL in ittrt. lie was alone, and in the night, and says : I hail been in bed one hour, when SuJ- Un1va ireneral chill seized ine. This chill wa inon accompanied by vomiting and other symptoms, of the cholera, including h onlJ won(i. An hour after, these were followed by violent cramps iu the ex tremities." He seized a bottle of sulphuric cither, ami inhaled it freelv. His respiration be m rrofl' Hp Was immediately relieved slept comfortably, got into a perspiration, nil was completely cured the next day. Let this fact be remembered, should the cholera again visit u...

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 February 1848

rrsnn n - n . . , inin.ii i rnunTrrt n n-imirFW "w n w,affmra ' t r i I ' I.. . i- M( - ' . - I , II : ; ' . - : .;J . . - . . I MV.s . r : .: ,V . cTTw w e . t- nr . - i'J: vj : ... ;. f ,l O EMOCRATI0 BANNER, i ; PUBLISHED ttgulariy ;n evtry Monday ''Morning . at Louisiana, Pike GorWTTj-'Md : ' S. F. MURRAY, frtoWikWa.'ii TERMS: " in nlvanae: 2 SO at lli iiiilr:lt; ... No man's paper will be dwcontimiedunless. the ariic be paid for op ' to the' time ottudiscpntinu. net ' "' - --:- H- Z? FjE? VISING 'nVi-ertf AH letters on buslnesstnnst 'dv pirst paid. - .1 ! TO- AUVERTISEni i THOSE; -who iadvertise in the Banner must mark oh tlieir avcrtisejneut., or oter'ise specify the number of times which ' they, wish titom' inserted, else- they will-a continued' til forlgd. and charged lor accordingly. "IJnitso. We .STAKo-rDiYiEso We Fall." one and .repel, the other; and Le wj ready CAISES OF THE WAR. It is a favorite dwtripf wiUi. jthe. W(igs iustjn.o.w, that roarcjijof JQe, Taylo jhe Rio Gr...

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 February 1848

THE B A N N ED. E. C fc . F. niTBBAY. Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI MONDAY, - - FEB. 14. 23-The next Democratic District Con vention (for this the 2d Congressional Dis trict,) De h?M at Herman in Gasconade county, on the 4Ui Wednesday in March next 23-The next Democratic State Conven tion will be held at Jefferaon City, on tlie 4th Monday in March next 23We will say for the information of the public, that the Poit Office heretofore kept in the Store Home of I. N. Bryson & Co haa hn Removed to the Store House of Joseph Richardson, Esq., on Water Street Mr. Richardson has recently been appoint ed Post Master at this place. PROPOSITION FOR PEACE. ' The rumors that a proposition for peace has beenseht from Mexico to Washington beein to testify the conclusion that Mexico 1 a. has been brought to her reason at last We hare seen nothing of a definite character however. but the rumors that reach us Irom Washington seem to confirm similar reports from Mexico, rendering it probable that so...

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