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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 February 1848

m - t based entirely on. this illegal , evidence. f h oit;decided by the - Supreme Court involves only the ownership of two lots in thw-eity; to tnas- to recover any other prop erty, JVIra, Gaines will have to bring new suits, and the whole question will have to beined over again, New Orleans . Del '. - . -: , ; " V.',.. Sa Accident. On Saturday, as the funeral train was returning from the burial of Mrs. Mcfcroy, at the -cemetery on the St. Charles road, the driver of one 'of the carriage, in attempting to run by others, was throw from the box.- The horse be came frightoned, and ran into one of tire unenclosed sink holes by the roadside, sub merging the carriage, and drowining Mrs. Suliif an. It was some time before any of the persons in the carriage rose tothe sur face- Air; Tanning finally extricated him self, and with extreme difficulty rescued his wife and another lady, lie tried in vai-torescne-Mrs. Sullivan She had seized hold of th' interior of the carriag in her death strugg...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 February 1848

From Ike Philada. Saturday Courier. Paiitcc or Waits ajo tai Barber. A great nsafry yean ago, or somewhere there' about, when the 'people of this country were "at loggerheads," with England, and warlike feelincr waj tuned up to the highest notch' agaiust the-British, by some means dr other, it co fell out that the Prince of Walei, afterwards William the Fourth, it is proba ble. 1 beinsr in the Enelish fleet off New w " York, thought heviwouId tep ashore, take a tramp around, incog, of course, and see what was train on. The Prince, was a " " o a ' "high lark," fond of fun and fashion and finally found himself in Boston, where he would have nytde a glorious "spec" for some one, had they known and nabbe J his royal highness. The prince Hipped into a bar- ber shop a building yet extant upon sian-i over street, although the dramatis per$on- at hive all made inelr exit, to get shaved just like other metropolitans. The barber was out. but his buxoiaand nreDOsseasin? wife was on band, and 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. — 21 February 1848

D-BMOCItATIC BANNER, -published - tUfuhrtji. 'V every Monday Morning - IV MURRAY, Paorwuoa. TERMS: A in advance; $2 50 at the end of (he volume ItomanYpaper will be discontinued -unlets the nmm be paw ror up wine umc o! lU discontinu enee " ';. J. Mi j3ADVERTISIJrO done very lov.Q Attletters on business must te post paid. ; 10 ADTERTI8EBS THOSE who 'advertise in the Banner aaast mark on their aavertisemeuts, or otherwise peetfy toe number or timet which they wish them inserted, else they will m continued til Jbrbid and charged for accordingly. . THE MAIDEN'S DREAM , '. IT J. X. CABPSHTCa. . 7 ' Oh, mother! I have dreamed to-night A dream of early days. When every thing teemed- fair and bright, ' Qn which we used to gaze; -Methooght I saw his gentle form . Stand by oar cottage door, 'And that the day-cold hand wai warn 1 That mine oft pressed of yore. Ob, mother! I have dreamed to-night ' Of many a by-gone hour, Of many a blossom fair and bright He brought me for my bower; I've heard...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 February 1848

JL &iC 4V aVFtt7IMUjT Edltpra. - 7 J;;:iouisrm;-i itissu.m-.,J'J,V' MONDAY, .tFEB. 21, 23 The next pte'niocrtic.l5istrict Con veotion (for ttiis the 2d Congressional .Dis trict, jrill beheld at Herman in Gasconade county, W the 4th Wednesday in March next ' ' '' :,--. 2f"TrieTiext Demoeratic State Conven tion wiir be held at Jefferson City, on the 4th Monday Ja March next it.- ' . . i . The communications f A Dbmoorat,." and "Cuiver," came to hand too late for a place In tliis week's paper. They shall ap pear io ournexl. , - if-WehaTebeen several times aked by onr friends, at what time, the Townshij meetings 'were recommended to beheld fortbe purpose of sending up Delegates Jo .County Convention to nominate county officersby the Democratic meeting held in Bowling-Green,' in November last.' By a 'Reference to the resolution passed at that meeting, w.e.. find !, that ' the Townships throughout the county, are recommended to hld their meetings on the 3rd Saturday in April 1 : - - '...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 February 1848

make eoml9ifa4ff vrf f ininte- bX the Rev. Jasyy, Canjpbell, Mr. Smith . uidoerei)yttrtltjT - :tMrtaTamaOaiaphaSS Mfor "-Xtftjp JS&tfcSSS M!d5'4j5lP'"1S La,Htfwg "fH 8 Infest our tow'if J-Te!-inrfmlrs are in- A' ii! V preparation kjmwn m. Dr. Stop's ScctckCviph oW at flus rfaylS'i&fdmp!intnh)B?yf ': ereditte, and tueli;aAiiIot&eVaCtWclk'- -DMfniAtli;. i, n,isia Candypared'.oii hkiormrrtd cite,4 -Jbr ..Jj Attorney filci.her praVine that the i ii:5S2SfftrAnr cUvTari "ttV1 flul iTh'lTn,i ,..,J .- ,! o.J. tMi Hamilton Wd, ofSuLouisj and we (ak plea- bdnds of matrimV.coiiWa'cMJbyetwith said I IrueTiSairoIv thjtandlni Touiahho ge't WUUau, S. Appleb,rry, in the 57th year on XZr lJZMu Zf-.iT. ' 2 81 ." --'".r? 41 .5.1 ' l. '':'' '''. fernal .regions. The jotters, it they have dtf towHvMh .their tdi ying , propets .n$ raeiaoUs fappefjte$ to plunder for a living or-PdW'lf reliild goes to the door with a pteS&'of oread in its hand, some litirrcry ciysi Jilje to .anaich it away ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 February 1848

Tie Tmai. Mic0.--Tbe Washing lion Cfoioj state that the order for the Soott court inquiry has been modified. It i ta be held t Pneble instead of Peroto. Brevet Colonel Belknap, Lieutenant Col or! of the 5th regiment of infantry is dt td3ad M member, in place of Colonel BtftWr. third draeooae. relieved; and Cau teia S. C. Ridgely of the 4th regiment of artSlery If appointed the Judge Advocate aa4 SccoHer, to place of first Lieutenant ItanwoBd, of the 34 regiment or. artillery TWwhigs don't believe in our title up to the Rio Grande when it is written down in pro? but when it is written in poetry they Km, as appears irem we toiiowuig m tlie Jackson Tenn. Republican: Everv man. woman and child recol lects when whies were singing the follow ing song to admiring crowds in these parts:- One morning bright and early. The news came safe to hand: That the Mexicans, ten thousand strong, Had crossed What! The Sabine? No. The Nueces? Mo. The Colorado? No. What then? Tat BioGiaxde!!! O the Bio Gr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 February 1848

' 'dtjjgjffi'en: every Mjhday iMornin, ;,t . iMUR&AYt P-opToa." . naVincerfe2 WitlKe end of tha yolirn Hatthtft pper- will:be'diBcontihued unless the Ixftid lor wp" totne timo ol its ducontinu. aae -"" : Jtltlelferlftabiisinessniftst oe postpaid,. " ' """ifCf A0VEIlTISErtS 3(',rtpSE' who advertise' in the Banher ufyvr&6hbeir aavcfl-5en.ei.tI or ollifcrisc bt&fj the' naittter of times wliich they'wisb ifciftserted,' else- they Will ebntinucd'til Arrt id tfnd charged for scccrdi ngly ; :. u. ;.': -It ft'Fromtht St. Lfai People's Organ. " (j"OtJI!D IN AN ALBCtf. ) --' .T 'J. K. MAXWELL. Soft braided tress!, the stranger's eye. Undirara'd, on thee may coldly fall; His glance may pass tliee carelessly by, ' But tell me, is it thuS with all? .Is (here no heart to heave a sigh? ..Naeye to drop 01 tbee a tcai? - Briiig'st thon to none, of days gone by, -' Dim shadows to rem mbranec dear? Wale's t thou no memmories of a biow That once. perchance was thought so ' : fair?. ' .(Alas...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 February 1848

V THE B-ANNER. E. t 3s. S. f. MCKttAx". caitors. louisiXxaTmissouu, "monday, feb. 8. PIKE COUNTY ROADS: THEIR IM PROVEMENT, SiC. We would jarnestly direct the attention of the good people of File, to the publica tion, made by order of the County Court, in this week's Banner, in relation to Road and Highways. The People of the whole County are deeply interested in the im provement of a few principal road?, wliicl Wave become the great thorough-fares, over which nearly all the produce of the County is carried, to say nothing of the vast amount of travelling which is constantly done over these same leading roads to wit: the road? from Prairieville to Clarksville, from Prai rie villa to Louisiana, from Louisiana to Bowling-Sreen, and from Frankford to Louisiana. Each of these, is the outlet to the trad of a.large scope of cduntry, the citizens of which are -necessarily depend ent opon it alone, over which to convey their produce to market; and from the many Complaints which we have hear...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 February 1848

The net Democratic District Con-1 vention (fortfifi'theSd Congressional Dis trj4t;)J,iltbtKeld at Herman in Gasconade county, Jon the'ithYVediiesday in March ' fi.t next Democratic State Conven tion wilt be held at Jefferson City, on the llh jlondayjn March next. , JfyVe are authorized to announce John ftitMMiT, os a candidate for the office of Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next Aagiist election. STATE OF MISSOURI, totJSTY or rixc, $$. In Pikt County Covrt, Ftbrvary Tirm.A&Vi. Among the records and proceedings had on the tenth day of the tail term of the Court jllie following, to wit : 11 appearing to the Court that the people of said County are greatly interested in the im provement ol their public highways and roads, wuicn are outlets lor their trade, and the Court being desirous of aiding them in the improve- '!r3We arc authorized to announce Wil i ik Kci-i-v, to a candidate tor the office of Constable of Calumet Township, "at the next August election. AN ORDINANCE Ta...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 February 1848

Frakcl'. Ai the career cf Louis Philip-! Tlie Senate of Indiana ha passed aeso-, pe draws o a close, we see the cvidcncesjhitian of thanks to Gen. Taylor, inviting j of a determination of the republican party , to try its strength 01 the Praise of thejpitalities, and requesting lam xo K'mf. The Eurmean uM.ers irivc accounts'' his official report of tho battle of of the Banquets of the Reformer iu France; Vista, by which injustice was dune to me. in which the health-of the King. is studi-jlftdi-ua vollintetrs. . If this is not rich, we " omitted: these reform Banquets,.., ot know wh.t would W so in fact meetings' of the Republicans, in or - - dertobe organized the moment Louis j' j i i " m ,,.i.!Ui:iij.vMix Ci.:rFonD, Coiiiplamui.t, Philhppa dies, and show how easily such: . . 1 '.' organization is brought about, -. without evading the letter of .the law. New Era. CANADA The Montreal Courier of: the 1st. contains an article which common- cetthus: Shall rwe hare a .separation from mot...

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 March 1848

irF - - i - " " ' "' f r "United We Stand Diviped We Fall." vot.s.j LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MARCH, 13, IS;?!' DEMOCRATIC BANNER,! - v v PUBLISHED Btgrnlarly on every Monday Morning ATOOISIASA, PlKS COUNTT, Mo. 8-F.. MURRAY, PaopAiEtoB. : , TERJ1S: 12 In advance: 2 50 at the end of the mint Noman's paper, will be discontinued unless the arAe 4e paii lor up totiie time of iUdisconlinu- 3- ADVERTISING don: very loro.v All letters on business must Tift nnct nftijl . - i a : . nit . . I T"i. r H : . 11 11- r. t ,. ... .-- - I . .- ,- . . ... . ll(7 ,., ,;jr i;irnu v l lie lac t' Uci'i'js nobert I a.-e toe ppecjiy the number of Uiucs which tl.ev wishi "n i . -n ' ,i . . . . ' " Msm. nose is just met with a most melancholy end. He ihem inserted clc they will cjutinucd til " "luirt r i n r ";e.K' '?"'- juied in the grtal metropolis, at t'.o age of f.ui .,,uu.M.if...l t. 'Senatorial election in Lnuisniia. Dr. .Tones. I n . . ... J . " 1 ' ., " r.'!l. jot Jefferson, electrif...

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 March 1848

TJH.EL.B.A N-N E R. t Cv 4 8. F. MtltKAY, Editor. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - ... ... MARCH 13. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE! We letrn from the St. Louis papers, of! the 11th inst, that a fire occurred at the Levee, on the night of the 10th, that con umed four Steam Boats, one Barge, and burned a deck hand to death. The names of the boats were Avalanche, (in which the fire was first discovered,) J. J. Hardin, Hibernia, and Laclede. Loss, estimatedjnations at the hands of the people, and arc atfrom Forty to Fifty thousand dollars, with partial insurances. The Laclede was a fast running packet in this trade, owned by the Keokuk company, and valued at fif- teen thousand dollars, wiih $5000 The unfortunate man was found in thejthe people is desirable, and that can be Iiatlj' "ran 'squotedby him. 1 he Ban hold of the Hibernia, where it is said he -in no other way but by a full attendance ofj?Cr !" HOt,m8 an ' ar lc 'Jj0" a,nec 10 bad gone in' a state of intoxication. The life of another was nearl...

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 March 1848

Candidates. i- - Bowiiko GacxK, March 10, '48. Mr. M0MAT, will please announce hit pan, as a candidate for the Sheriffalty of pfra gounty, ai uie ensuing August elec lion, lufcject to decision of the town ip and central meetings, to be held, fo rt irnrnose of nominating democratic can. aHsatel for County office, and oblige yours respectfully, JAMts A. UOBBINS. . Wear authorized to announce Johk Taicr, as a candidate for the office of Con stable of Cuiver township, at the ensuing August election. ' JJWe are authorized to announce John Cmmmct, as a candidate for the office of Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next August election. JVVc are authorized to announce V il ium Kelly, as a candidate fur the office of ' Constable of Calumet Township, at the next August election. CIRCUIT ATTORNEY. Wa are requested to state that A. W. Lamb, Esq., our present Circuit Attorney, will be a candidate to refil that office at the ensuing', election in November. The counties, composing this, the th...

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 March 1848

Sale of Laads aml town Lots for Taxes. MS STORE iT TUB OLD STiXD- "OTICEis hereby given, in pursuance of a Revised Ordinance passadMay the Zoth,154, that the Town Taxes on thafalUviii? Liiidsan.l Town Lois in the town of Louisiana,; tg.nrr ftfT nt fTVct f . PikC3untyMa.,nrlheyaAr.lil7, romam unpaid on the 1ft day of January, 1MB, and un.; " - ' lew the said Taxes an I aU wits thereon be piii, on or before the 10tl coy ol ABWuWW, "Uj jgc tiiaU UOSi J I Lull. Town LU a.il Fractions will, on fvi said tenth day of April aforesaid, be -SjMfd for Vein ths t-ja of Lriiiai,r tUa ti.xe ani an costs me tnercoD.io me lowesv emuer, ur, r leait amount in left aim inches. caie to f: "MTE subscriber having taken tha Store Ir.te- .G.Y. Jesks&Co, Isotor. M.ii..r-,Hi. fill mII ar sail. unJ er the direction ol the lowu 1 rcaaurcr and col-; jl. iy oecnniec. i m essrs, .-j, . !.., ;,,.;,.:, i.!,.,;;.,,,!;....,,.!...?:..,., l.i (OiiVr I Im same to the public upon the MOST FAVORABLE TE.MUS, for Cash o...

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 March 1848

2" D B MO C Jl AX J: B A H N E R . Regularly on every Mohday .Morning .-AT LOUISIANA, FlKVOCKTT, Mo ' S. F. MURRAY Paoroa. TERMS 2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume No man's paper will bt discontinued unless the vame oepaioior up wwe umepi its discontinu ance . - . jjf J1D VEIi TISI.YG doni very lota. All letters on business must De post paid. TO ADVERTISERS )g- THOSE who advertise in the Banner must mark on their advertisements, or otherwise specify tlie number of times which they wish them inserted, else they will is continued til forbid and charged for accordingly. ' ' .' For the Banner. Mr.' Editob, " Inquirer No. 2" pro pounds certain inquiries to me, through the last number of your, paper, in relation to the "Wharf contract," &c, which I will cn ' dearor to answer, if you will ajlow me the use of your columns Tor that purpose. ' I will premise, however, that in calling tho attention of the public to the matter, in a former number of your paper, I had no feelings o...

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 March 1848

THE BANNER. C. C & 8. F. MUItRAlf, Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, MARCH 20. 33 TO SHIP MEETINGS for the election of Delegates to the Democratic County Convention, tcill be held on Vie 3rd Saturday in April, at or near the itsnal place if holding elections in each Town ship. -Every Democrat who loves his prin ciples should attend. 2? The Democratic County Convention tf Delegates from each Township, will meet in Bowling-Green, on the 2nd Mon day in May. 3" Our readers have doubtless, observ ed, from the communications on the sub. ject, that the queftion, "who shall be our next candidate for Representative?" is be ginning to be considered in the different sections of the County. We are pleased to see it, and hope that our friends will con- salt with one another, and consider the matter well, before the third Saturday in April, when they will be called upon to choose between the good and true men who are mentioned in connexion with that office. A number of worthy and talented...

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 March 1848

Candidates. Bowling Green, March 10, '43. .11 i Mr MURRAY, win piease announce inv name, as a candidate for the Sheriffalty tjf Pike County, at the ensuing August elec tion, subject to the decision of the town hip and central meetings, to be held, for the purpose ot nuuiuiHiuig uemocraiic can- didites tor county omces, ana oblige yours respectfully, JAMES A. ROBBINS. We are authorized to Announce John Tbacy, as a candidate for the office of Con ,Ub!e of Cniier township, at the ensuing August election. 2"We are authorised to announce John Gbimmet, as a candidate for the office of Constable of Buffalo Township, at the next August election. . J" We are authorized to announce Wil liam Kelly, as a candidate for the office of Constable of Calumet Township, at the next August election.' CIRCUIT ATTOltNEVi We are requested to state that A. W Lamb, Esq-, our present Circuit Attorney, will be a candidate to rrfil.tliat office at the ensuing election in November. The counties, composing this, ...

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 March 1848

Sale of Lands and N' OTICE it hereby riven, in pursuance of i3( that the Town Taxes on the following a- ... r r. .1 . 1017 nmt.n V X'iKe vouniy iUJ.. lor iue year ioi iuimu T ii . i T I 1 1 . I. ka IPil 1 1 1. 4 .1 1 1 1 1.1X3 if. 1 1 i a. 11 1UCICUU WV ltaw 1 . 1 . l . l V - . H .... .. ...il! nn k AilUIS, IU.V.I u lis :u t riuiu.u win, vi :i'.tf i;i t'u tJ va oi' LjUia:n,for tHe taxes ami tlun;.-ija or or, I ! n;rtms wiui .as u.u . j ... ., .1 .v till !1 are sold, under cutin as front lector. - m a s e 3 2 o o o t- s 5" re ce County Ma., for the year 184i, remain unpaid on uie . .1.. . .-..1 T . . , I 1I iKoronn hp nuiJ. nn or before Collins, Jas. 249 37 :?S 8haw & 0000 5! 15 t., $ &.r)cts. same 250 " 50 1-2 Caldwell 121-2 87 1-2 -Maury, E. fractional section 17 T. 54, R. 1 west, 10 3-8 acres, - - 1 25 Scott, Samuel 612 72 54 " 5 80 " same 613 " 4 79 " 614 do 41 do 21-2 771-2 " 615 do 54 do 5 SO Unknown fifteen acres South East part of the North East fractional quarter sec...

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 March 1848

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED Regularly on every Monday Morning Louisiana. Pike County, 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 ime be paidror up iome nine oiiisuisconunu- anoe 2f- JtDVERTlSLXG done very Iow.mj AH letters on business must nc post paid TO ADVERTISER Tf" THOSE who advertise in the Banner must mark on their advertisements, or otherwise specify the number of times which they wish thorn inserted, else they will be continued til forbid and chargedjbr accordingly. We re-publish the names of the individu als composing the Vigilance Committees of the different Townships, and send this num ber of our paper to each member. The time (the 3d Saturday in April,) l near at hand for thp9JshiDjmeetiiijj:j V3 De field, nave the committee-men giv en publicity to the fact, in their, respective neighborhoods, or taken any measures to insure a general attendance ? A fair ex pression in the Township me...

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 March 1848

The banner. K. C & 8. F. MCRUAT; Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY. MARCH p. Jf An accident to our press, has caused an unavoidable delay in our paper. In the mean time we have received St. Louis papers of (he 27th, containing important news from New Mex ico which will be found in" another column. if , V Sl,'T"" 0' T!aS country. W ho ever heard of disputed Fink Stock V have just seen exhib Uight., WronsputedTerrUo- tenitory a3 coming fr0ffl a m J J b When men are convinced in their jd"-;Hau ucc" ru"S uy mese uemagogues irom ,ei McEIwee, a hog which weighed here inert of the justice or injustice of a mea- iu,e oao,ne lo uie ou ,0l,l,sr s. "tUe w;to-day 1270 lbs. He is a cross of the En sure, it is both wise and honest to act inj1 Uee,neJ disputed that the twenty-ninlh:glish and Rusian stock, and is truly the accordance with that conviction. When!ConSress h a s'"?larly unanimity passed finest specimen of tli swine we have ever T ... . iiwusioBAi rMOMiHEE. v 6 Jearn irom our fri...

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