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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 March 1848

V u "r i r R. C. TOLBERT. J. BARTLFTT Tolbert & Bartlett, BY TUESDAY MOltNING'S BOAT. Front tlie St. Louis Union, of the 27th. HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM THE PLAINS RUMORED DEFEAT OF COL. RAL'LS AND LOSS OF NINE TY MEN MURDER OF EDWARD THARP. We are indebted to Mr. Lewis- Tharp, who came passenger last evening on the St. Joseph, from Kansas, far late and high ly important intelligence from the moun tains and Plains. Mr. Tharp left Fort Spaulding, a post eighty miles above t ort w nliam, on the Arkansas, on the 25th of February. A few days before lie left, his brother, Edward Tharp, was deliberately shot and killed, by wLite man named James Waters. There had been a trifling difficulty between the two. Mr. Tharp was off his guard when (hot. Waters fled, and had not been ar rested. It will be recollected that Will- lanvrnarp, another brother of these young men, was killed not many months since by Indians, at Walnut Creek, on his return from Santa Fe. Mr. Lewis Tharp was accompanied by e...

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 March 1848

Sale of Lands and TTOTICE is hereby given, in pursuance of a Revised Ordinance passed May the 25th, IS 17, that the Town fates eu the following Lands and Town Lots in the town of Louisiana, Pike County Mo., for the year IS 17, remain unpaid on the 1st day of January, !S4tf, and un less the said Taxes and all costs thereon be paid, on or before the lUlh" day of .A pril, next, said Lauds, Towu Lots and Fractions will, on he said tenth day of April aforesaid, be offered for sale in the towu of Louisiana, for the taxes and all costs due thereon, to the lowest bidder, or the ttorson ur D.rsons Divini? the taxes and costs continue from day today, till all are sold, under lector. ' . - t i "2 S' 2. - 55 ? C Z I f I 8 o 9 t e S S Z, 3 f- g f,a s - .r s- g. g- I a? s. Q s g. s s. a, s " 3 Wl Pig i c co rn c i EL I S -it ST - u ST I I ; P H r" Collins, Jas. 241) 37 : Shaw St 00 00 $ 15 cts, $ JL.cts. same 250 " 50 1-2 Caldwell 121-2 87 1-2 .Vaury, E. fractional section 17T.54, K. 1 west, 10 3...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 April 1848

ron ri !! the cine the de- 3 Of i;,- trn in of etc In ;ss. ion ef- oi it of la- tj ml u-u-e- III n- 118 re re , 11 s. v , i i . . - 1 pEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED tularin on every Monday Morning -AT LotJISIAHA,. riKS UOURTT, Bio. - w. . mir- $. F. MURRAY, PaorarxTO. TERMS: in advance: $2 60 at the end of the volume ifogua's paper will be discontinued unlets the P - ho naidfor uo tothe time of its discontinue gf' "-- w J uee J- ADVERTISING done very fou7.g letters on business mnst ne post paid. : ' TO ADTEBTI8ERS Irs-THOSE who advertise in the Banner autt mark on their advertisements, or otherwise specify the number of times which they Wish them inserted, else they will je continued, til Brbid and charged for accordingly. POETRY, From the Reveillie I LOVE THEE, DEAR ERIN. I love thee, dear Erin, for on thy green shore .The sun-light first dawn'd on the girl I adore : SMy Annie!" Oh 1 Erin, her mien and her name do s wauoa so loveiy, am m-jv j w How oft in my childhood, thy mountains ...

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 April 1848

Town Ordinances. tNO. 52. AN ORDINANCE APPROPRIATING MONEY. Bt it ordained by tht Board of Trustees of tht town of Louisiana at fu lovot : Sec. I. There it -hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not oth erwise appropriated, the following turns, for the purposes severally stated, to wit: To pay an ezacution in favor of Wm. C Hardin vt. the Inhabitants of the Town of Louisiana, the turn of thirty-three dollar end five cents. ' Xo pay to A. a. Jackson & Va an ac count of one dollar and seventy-five cts. To pay A. H. Buckner fee for attending; tiut in case Inhabitants La. vs. VV. C. Hard in, fifteen dollars. Sec. 2. ' The chairman of the Board is authorized to draw' his warrant in favor of the persons severally authorized to receive lue same. Passed March 17th, 1848. EDWIN DRAPER, Chairman. Attest: H. E. Block, Cl'k B. T. No. 63.) AN ORDINANCE to authorize the Con tractor to build a Wharf to collect . '. ' - Wharfage.. Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of the To...

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

nuju .- . .i ii fcuiuu- ; Peopk, --- t t. '.Vnitni favriMValllv in wnicn mi j otmtcted "with the office of Constable Culver Township. I ftfel flattered by this all of tho "People' arid for. Ibis favour of fered to be conferred, return my thanks. Ia announcing myself candidate! for the office mentioned, Iliave but to aay, if the people" see proper to cast tiejr vote S for DM i hope no cause will convince them that their "confidence is misplaced. --i g' T.M. RHEA. .. Cuiver Township, March 25th,' '48. . " . notice AN election for the Board 'of five Trustees and one Recorder for the town of Louis- iana, to serve one yearr will be held on tte sec ond .Monday of April next, at tbe . Academy, ibetween the bouri of V . m. and b p. m. Wm. L. TANNER, W. W. WISE, - : JACOB BLOCK, Judges of electioa. Louisiana, March 17th, 1843. 2S- TOWNSHIP MEETINGS for the -election of Delegates to the Democratic . County Convention, will be held on Me "3rd i." Saturday in April, at or near the usual fldce'c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 3 April 1848

V Ci Ta nf T nnrla ntifl town IOtS for TaXCS TWTOTICE is hereby riven, in pursua-oe of a Bevued Ordinance pusedMay the "' TO Uu the Tow. t ana thVwiowb. Land, and Town Lot. in & town JJn' Eke SrMon for the yetr 1847, rtmSi unpaid on the l.t day of January, 1848, and . . J? ' j .i. JL Wore the 10th dav of April, nextTtaid Land, Town LjU and Fraction, will, on the aaid tenth day of April aforesaid, be offered for alein th.town.of Louisiana for the taxea and allocs- due thereon. t fewest bidder, - s, . .n4 t, far lraat amount in feet and inches. Sale to J!Lf! td fi all are' Wd. under the direction of the Town Treasurer and col - - a. lector. ' : 3 t ! f- a 4 r i t H 5 8. O Q e. 9 m a ff M M S C M o 00 r r s . e M CO J A o" c V o S 3 E. 2 -4 0. e a e B a CelHus, Jail ante JUfcury, E. Scott, Samuel ante 249 250 37 33 501-2 fractional section 17 T. 54, R 612 72 54 613 " " 614 do 41 Shawfc Caldwell 1 west, 0000 10 3-8 acres, do 615 do 54 do V -known fifteen acres South East part of 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. — 24 April 1848

-nECTOCItlTICr BANNER. ;ir&ni.Vbtc-s. ' it H..'i-: ''witirir &fe -mmmw z mm m mm k mmkMMtm. "N42m4v0(Mf-$2 60 ttlpud of thfl voIumeJ No man'! paper will fee .dMContinued tinlesi the h - lanie b patd for ip to the tijne of it dieonfiBa- I .j3ADVERTlSlfrGtdrne wiry oto.g v5-1;.: All letter on bSfeTflflit be)Mt paid' 1 SOKQ OK TKEUNREQUITTED. . fc(njofit hope! poor chterlew flower, 1 " riahif iaplest bosom rest;'.:.. , . " ' "Tfcotw;t i inrequitted, not unfclestl'1' '; - v.? Ji - ; Teaidt me fat lore, withovt possessing, Uplifts (be soul from this tin ertl -' , 0r tiachingopjdeirf repressing-' ITius'in the Ukejs still peaceful breast . - i Tke golden cldnds reflected restj While the mad waves more rashly woo, ; f: And MMttw image the pursue! . '' 7' ; . 1 "' - THE FREITCU BEtOLUTIOX. 'On tht lit of January, 1796, Geo. W8h ' ingtoa receired at4h band of the French Minister, the colors of Republican France, and raid; ,'' " : '" 'Born, ir, in a land of liberty; having . early lear...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 April 1848

T7 .1 s V m 'y. tih hav of. therneasures, and is, therefore, in the aame cejgorywith the Democrats, and is of course responsible for the evils that may resulted from annexation. ray friend from Indiana, Mr. Thdmp- son,J is . most unfortunate when he says that the resolutions of annexation were framed with the design of deceiving the peo ple oa tka question of boundary. Now, I think that lie should deal more kindly with his party friends in this affair than he has done. On looking at the Journals he will discover that these decentive resolutions fas he pleased to designate them) were intro dueed by the Honorable Milton Brown, of Tennessee: and it will not cost much of a search through the Journals to satisfy him self that Milton 15rown was a gooa wnig and true. Now, I do not believe that the resolution was drawn by Mr. Brown with: a view to deceive the people" on the ques - tion of boundary; but it is a family quarrel 1 will let others settle it. My friend says, in the same connectio...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 April 1848

rVJi rf vir r - ' . V - : ' .. . " - - .--Tf.--.-- - ' Mble number Biv- Uie meeUflgJ ? Jt appearing tijaU' declared the : cuoice-qr. the ic-wnsiup for fa'iS office, and Wmendrick in. the same maimer was aeclafe tite chcice fcf .the moling for AssesSar NjO jpcrsfln having a iftajbnty lor aherjuj t he meeting proceed - -w- JIB . ... ecfjo a second 9snm,ltom which no choice haling result, tf tfawresolved, on motion, tht the delegjitejSo far as the office of Sheriffalty .eonf(Med, shall be left to e erfcise.UieirwovMtion, without instruc- , n iiotlarftlie meeting adjourned to meet at it he poison the- 1st Monday .'in August t . THOMAS BERKLEY, Cha'r. as. Mkat, Sec'y. " 4 IF; The aTed by-lcalling CeptJ JtlnV McElwochair, end, oppotn ViiLixC W.,feickner; tecretary. -;,On mo- t.v n M.i. S. -W Backner t1 ofciect'of the meeting i vnkticm of. W. K.enedy the chair 'ppSkfV genUemen asa committee to, : J.! lJL, f rnressire of the sense of -iW-rmiVtinir Viz t. C; Murray, M.jamin impaonrrosepWehas...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 April 1848

mm US?"" ' ' ' ' tfc'.s- ... , V - v. . - :, -ii i' - i i i . i. . I. . i i &r ABACLOR'S.-LAMENT. rjph, watfll had a girl to-iove, ' , 5 Tq thare those happy hours yMjf-MiM to crown, while the would prova The fairest of life's flowers: no more I d crave, if this light heart A woman's worth might Anow, And pure aiTectioqV priceless gem The light Iov would show. Vm weary of tingle life, Though all its joy are mine; There's scares! a pleasure now possessed, But might be made divine,' If I could claim a "betler half," v And need no longer rove To find the prize my heart desires A gentle girl to level Now, maidens fair, (not yet bespoke,) ; Why should I longer tarry I Vm twenty-four years old next month, And am resolved to marry ! So if among you beats a heart, . . " Which might with mine accord, Oh 1 do not let this leave yom so, . -' Bat haste io send me word. nd that will be a happy day, , day I claim mv belle 1 And thafSnlJ be a happy theme," On which wVoth may dwell ; And I wilt...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 April 1848

J i oned for their recent rising have been par doned. A correspondent -of the Cape Girardeau Eagl says :. "Old Rough and Ready will vet eet the vote of this city ( St. Louis) for President. Who would believe that man if j he were to speak what he believed? JfThat portion of the speech of the Hon. O. B. Flcklin of Ills., which relates to the Or igin of the War, will be found in this week's paper. ' We bespeak for it a careful perusal, and a place amongst your files for future reference. CUIVRE TOWNSHIP MEETING. Pursuant to notice a meeting of the demo crats of Cuivre township was held at Bow line Green on Saturday the 15th inst, for the purpose'of selecting delegates to a County Convention, to nominate candid ates for Representative, Sheriff and Asses sor. On motion of S. F. Murray, Gen. F. J. Callis was elected Chairman and James M. Martin was chosen Secretary. - . " . Ob motioiTof A. H. Buclcner resolved that this meeting proceed to elect ten dele gates to represent the democrats o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 April 1848

o a. 1" 7t ' " -.v -V, - & ;, - 7 . .ft-. ' .- t.t POETRY. - - From the Western Star. ' LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP, r ciiir him. . Lot may do in youthful houri, When all's enchantment roiy bowers; Cameleon like iU brightest hue ' Is when the skie's serene and blue; When fire of youth is dimmed and gone - We lists! but hear no lovers song; The time is o'effthe besom bleeds; At age advances, love recedes. Lore may illume, and light our way, In prosperous paths, in pleasures day; But, hold! our bark has sprung a leak, In vain the aid of love we seek, The thunders roar the lightnings flash Our bark.the raging biHows dash Help! help! but, ah! love will not save Or shield us from dishonor's grave ! . But, oh! in glimering vista hear A voice 'tis friendship greets the ear. Tho' angry winds enrage the storm We hopebehold! a form! a form! But not, of loves frail changing flower, Ah, no ! 'tis friendship's saving power; Midst surges lash, the form hoves near; Tho love is false, friendship's sinc...

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

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ' pSBLUHtO EVERT M0KB4T. g. f.jfUBRAV, Proprietor. TERMS: 42 in aJvancc; $2 50 at the cud of the volume. No man's paper.will be discontinued unless (he same be paid for up to the time of its discontinn- aiice- ... jSDFEETISLYG done very AU letters on business must be post paid. mm VOL. 4. United We Stand Divided We Fall." LOUISIANA. PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1S!S- NO. 4. A LEAP YEAR STORY. BY. JOE MILLER, JR. Sam Smith at at home, on New Year's day, in dishabille. His beaid was unshav ed, his hair uncombed, his boots were un llacked, and he was leaning back in a pic turesque attitude, with his heels against the raantlepicce, smoking a cigar. Sam thought to himself that it was Leap Year, and how. glorious it would be if the ladies couhl only be induced to pop the question, in accord ance with their ancient privileges. As lie sat watshing the smoke which so graceful ly curled, his fancy glowed with the idea. How delightful it would be to have the .ler cr...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 May 1848

Y P f ... v V For the Banner. - 'of that gentleman. The conduct of the .Ma. Editor : I was a little disappoint-jPeno delegation was severely handled d in not seeing some account of the grand j The speaker ended by declaring in emphat Wiiig County Convention in jour last Ban-Jc terms his willingness to drop both the as ner. I hid hoped that some hand more a-jpiranis for whom the delegates were in itio than mine would draw you a sketch of structed and take Mr. Lindsey.- This was th doings and sayings in that very abl-, followed by the Nestor of that party who dignified and faithful body, whose acts will thought that more drilling wa3 needed, long be remembered by the good people of j that they ought ta be whipped into the tra the county. But sir, as you live away offices that they were ahead strong set of on one side of the county,where the peo ple see but litthfof the machinery, and hear and know but little of the political wire working which is done in and about this august metropol...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 May 1848

GLEE. XiuHere' a health Hre we pledge each son and daughter, Here we pledge each ton and daughter, Here we pledge each son and daughter, Devotee of sparkling water, For in that true joys are found, For in that true joys are found. Fill, then fill a flowing measure, Giving profit, yielding pleasure Drink ! the charm will spread around, Drink the charm will spread around. Son and Daughter, Bushing from the mountain, Sparkling water, Gushing from the fountain, Here we pledge each son and daughter, Devotee of sparkling water; Joy and peace will now abound, Joy and peace will now abound. IRELAND. The lollowinz is mc address to the French Republic which was addoptcd by the great mass meeting in Doublin on the 20th ultimo: Tu the citizens vf the French Republic, As slaves should address freeman as land which has yet its independence to as- Ma wis, of Hannibal, to which public attention sert, and its social freedom to attain, should jis respectfully directed. A dinner will be giv addrest a ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 1 May 1848

l""l'ii.Mll''",1," a POETRY. From the Cincinnati Commercial. THE SONG OF LIGHTNING. by :. v. cn-ren. Could I embody a ad unbosom now That which is most within me could I wrea": .r i l.i ... .1 1 -..j iuuuguiunoueipr.ssion,anauiusiurow.. feoul. heart, mmd, passions, reelings, strong orj ;hcTJ1 (o b(J arPeiltt.jf Ml..i i;l xke Court . weak, 'of Common rieas tin jury K',vc a vr-liel '.All that I would have nought, and all I seek, n' linst ti e lady and her hrs!,ai;d of 1(!0 Bear, know, feel, and yet breathe into oneld.Yrr.acs; ?s from the t-s-in: --ny it was word, 'made quite ediJcnt that the v.ic -ssful su-j And that one word Vere i.icutmkg, I wo; speak. Bvno Away, away through the sightless air Stretch forth your iron thread, ' For I would not dim my sandals fair, ,: With the dust ye timely tread; t Ay, rear it up on its million picri Let it reach the world around, And the journey ye make in a hundred years. I'll clear at a single bound. Tho I cannot toil like the groaning slave Ye h...

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 May 1848

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY K01TD4T. g. r. MURRAY, Proprietor. TERMS: 2 in advance; $2 50 at the end or the volume No man's paper will be discontinued unless the tame be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. Z ADVERTISING done very low.Z All latter on business must bp post paid. POETRY. From Godcy's Lady's Boo1!. THE QUEEN OF MAY. Quits of the Month when Flora brings Her brightest gills to earth, 'Tis true for thee, as Fancy sings , That life is made fur mirth : When gazing on a face so fair, So gladsome in its joy. How can .we dream that Time and Care Must wither and destroy ! AtM poor, besi.Ie this human Sower,' . The wreath of Spring is seen ; Though Nature lavish all her dower To deck her lair May Qun, One smile from that young, happy face, . One beam from those soft eyes, Would make of Winter's desert place A blooming Paradise.- - Where Faith and Truth abide, And perfect Love and Justice reign Together, side'by side, Then will the gift of Jkauty bless The sight...

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 May 1848

V . 'v Vi 1 it V i tha entire American continent .might, as it appears to us, he absorbed into nn vt f - ' .. .. .wuerawon, wmi nut utile inconvenience or U-r u massacre unparalleled in the history of cabinet, army and naiy officers, with some tn?er resulting trom it.; extent or da-ersi-ICVrinany, which uiiei:..tcd from King Fred- of tin foreign ministers, were alsj in at 3 ol characteristics, li !... ar.v In.ii, ... ;.!. V;'!i .... '...! -tc f ! in these cpeculali.-.us, the, object of vhiih' we li?.ve ratbet im'.icaTed than explaiiscei, the gootTor bad sue cess of the unprece - jenua movements now going on in Lnropi; whoie German nation to place implicit con will depenJln great measure, upon the; li b nee in him, and to inh ut to Lis .nid cxtcnt to which the different nations en-jance the affairs of all the sovereigns of gaged in it, may succeed in rcconciiingi Germany, w!ui can only confide in '.lie men and turning to account tlie principles which! whose personal character, t-enti...

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 May 1848

r3The Republican says some of the MARRIED On Thursday, tie 4th inst, .1 I rlividpd th Whtcr and by the Rev. George lenton, Mr. James measures that have d.Mded the ' - to Mi. Margret Johnston, all of Democratic parties ore "obsolete." Wl at Uu .ce eann,1 U fliio rtlitn flnplnraf inn' ... ... is to oe nnocrM" '" , ... tjeir jlfe be as lair an(, ag sweet of the Republican? All know that the leading measures upon which they have split, are the Bank, Tariff, Subtreasury, dis tention of the proceeds of the public i 1 Internal Immovements. &e. Then,P'ke county IWIuf 1 " - ' if they are "obsolete", from what cause lias it resulted? It is also well known that the Democrats have succeeded in their views, with regard to most of these meas ures. Have they become "obsolete" be cause the Democ-ats have demonstrated that their views were the best for the coun try, and that the Wings are disposed to ac knowledge the corn ? Or, is it the foul .. .i it i.t: . .. :j:r policy 01 llic itejiuuutaii i...

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 May 1848

u . BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH. FOR THE Jo:i DONKEY. AUtiiio-s I John jjdi.t.ey. HIS NAME SLUAlliiKi) TO A NATIONAL CON - vk.ntiox. John Donkey has given publicity to the; following ad dress, authorizing his name to De lireSei.ll'll tn thn N'uti.inui I ',,nirl oe presented to the National Convention TO THE PUBLIC Ihe various and conflicting reports, , , f 1 I i.:.i. r-: 1 . .' female sense is most approved, kmale de-, which my triends have at raiiotis times 11 (but constantly against my will,) caused porlmcnt most correct ; there is most pro-. Jo be circulated in regard tomj intentions' priety of social manners. The early yea;s: with respect to the approaching canvass in relation to the next presidency, appear' Jrce, frank and explicit cx feelijgs, sensations, emotions ject. This it is now proper to make. '. With stromr disinclination tn lh inii ,..! ' e a . . ...j name m connection wiiu mat otnee, ( which my past life has so strikingly illustrated,) I left my stable just as the last cro...

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