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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 May 1848

DEMOCRATIC VOL. 4. DEMOCRATIC BANNER. r. r. MUBRAT, Proprietor. TERMS: 42 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume. c rnw'i piper will be discontinued unless the rameb paid for up to the time of its discontinue ance. rDTESTISIA'G done very tow.rj All letter on business must be post paid. Adrerti&iBg for the Presidency. Mr. Clay and General Teylor have each issued proposals for the Presidency. The former, among tlie old-fashioned federalists, lit regarded as the highest and best bidder, while the very accommodating terms offer ed by the latter, are in high favor with the mid and ends of the party. The Republi can t!ihiLi that "that same eld co.vh" is too well known for his own good and the good J011 w hc Za(i to I'"'1 ofi" 3"oi,r coa i:'c ff l.ie party, inasmuch as he has principlcsUtrxt and work like a nejrro. which it is just at this time inexpedient to V. roach; while Taylor, without principles i w, wtil, should he be elected, be invested with i-ach politics as a Whig cabine...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 May 1848

that we are not yet slaves even to Henry Clay. It it true thai -this is in you deep ingrati tude to Oen. Taylor; fur when did ever Henry Clay spare an enemy or a friend? I congratulate you upon yaur determina tion at last to denounce the Native Ameri can party, to whom you wrote encouraging letters during the last canvas, and which they were kind enough to suppress; you can do so with impunity. The Native A inertcan party is dead. But whether the memory of the Irish and other foreigners -will be as easy in forgetting a wrong as you are in not remembering a favor remains t0!irom ine , urauae, ana interesting -ne be seen! Space comntls me to pass overft0" Cbuahua Among the passengers on the long roll of your sen-advocacy roll of your setf-advocacy d connne myseii to two speciucauons. sou m i A . . eem to think that Ohio will not go for any 'one residing in the Slave Slate" but you, and that New York would more certainly bestow her vote on you 'than anv other candidate." Ohio went for ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 May 1848

PIKE COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION. Bowling GREE,'May 8th, 1848. At 11 o'clock the Convention was called to order, when upon the motion of T. J. C. Fgg Esq., F. J Call! was elected Presi dent of the Convention, and on motion of Joseph C. Allison, Esq-, E. C. Murray was alected Secretary. The Townships being calledjipon in or der, the following Delegates appeared and answered to their names : Cuivrv R. D. Brewington, F. J. Callis, Robert Irvine, Thos. Stanford, Alexander Miller, Cyrus Watson, C. F. Walden, T. M. Rhea, A. Gourley and Joseph Roberts. Buffalo. Jos. Richardson, Jos. C. Alli son, Jas. M. Templeton, Thomas Carroll, Nimrod Edwards, Hezeltiah Gibson and E. C. Murray. Calumet. Thos. Berkley, T. J. C Fagg, M. Givens, Jno. Henry, P. C. Edwards, Newton McDonnald, Rich'd. Smith, Ben jamin Gibson and Jas. Daugherty. Hartford. Jas. R. Hayden, Levi Long, Alfred Oden and Jas. H. King. Indian Creek. Findley Branstetter, Na than Massey, Ja?. Branstetter, Michael Branstetter and Jno. Ba...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 May 1848

POETRY. PAIODY ON; THE STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. Oh, say mb you see by the "signs of the time" That man are re forming, themselves setting Tree From all that destroys 'their bodies end minds, Htsolring to plant a new liberty tree? Their condition no more They lament and deplore, Their bondage it broken Their hraldom is o'er ; For the Temperance Banner In triumph doth wave O'er the heads of the rescued, Free sons of the brave. " in the past, plenty seen thro1 the midst of their tears. In the sorrow, the anguish, and pain they have suffered, The sad loss of all that to manhood is dear, The tine when none kindness or sympathy of fered. But the trial is past, Though long it did last, And their chains and their bondage Far from them they've cast; And the Temperance Banner In triumph doth wave O'er the heads of the rescued Free sons of the brar. Oh. where is the promise that Alchohol gave, To place his poor victim 'bove sorrow and an- guisn; Of all his fond hopes, not one now remains. And his...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 May 1848

ILL- DEMOCRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERT M0ND4V. S. F. MURHAV, Proprietor. " TERMS: 2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume No man's psper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. ADVERTISING done very luw.jrf All letters on business must be post paid. Louisiana, Mo., May 13th, 1843. Bao. E. M. Marvin : Dear Sir : At a meeting of the Louisia na Division No. 8 Sons of Temperance, held at their Hall in the town of Louisiana, on Saturday, the 13th inst., the following resolution, on motion ot A. J. Martin, was adopted : Kcsoh-ed, That the W. P. be authorized to appoint a committee of three, whose du ty it sliall be to wait nn bro. E. M. Marvin, aiyl request him to furnish them a copy of the discourse, delivered on that day, for publication. In compliance with which re'olution the undersigned were appointed a committee for that purpose, and believing that the general good of the cause of Temperance, and the peculiar principles of our Or...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 May 1848

already. It has long been sensible of tins. The mask has been torn from the destroyer, and he has been seen in nil his enormity. And the wise have asked, how can lie be withal it is a secret institution and is inves ted with all the interest that fact can give it. These are its distinctive features, and in every one of them we believe it possesses of large interest on the old debt, we will send her the Sons of Tcmnerance. Such has b:on our success, such our prospects; am' "the post is a: index to the ceded it. They were occasional, it is con-lcomc into contact with no one, we injure tiuual. They v. ere evanescent, it is pcr-:no oue, but onVr good to ail. they were agttativcs, it is a re- thwarted? and the good have attempted ;incalculab!e superioiify over all that pre- future the result must be incalculable. We the task. The only question now tole settled is, how is the object to bo best accomplished ? By what means can we most successfully counteract the evil And here every prudent...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 May 1848

VIRGINIA'. J The Democratic majority on joint ballot, in the Legislature, will be twenty-seven fifteen in the lower House and twelve in t!ie Senate. Last year the Whigs had a mai'inty of seven in the lower House, and the Democrats a majority of ten in the Sen ate. A pain of 24 will do very well to nprn the canvass for November. We publish in this week's paper, by re quest, the Address of the Rev. E. M. Mar vin, of Haanibal, delivered in Louisiana, 0 1 the 12th inst., at the anniversary celebra tion of the Sons of Temperance. It is chaste and argumentative, and will be read with interest by all. Much editorial and news matter is una voidably crowded out. The interesting news from Oregon, which wc condense, came to hand after our paper was nearly completed. Wc give a glimpse of news this week, and will try to catch up the next IMPORTANT FROM OREGON. The St. Louis papers, of the lSlh, con tain intelligence of the arrival there of Maj. J. L- Meek, on the day before, directly from Oregon...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 May 1848

CLAY, WEBSIEK and COIIWIN. The editor of the North American, i i the city of Mexico, is, at the Same lime, the Mexican correspondent of the North Ame rican in Philadelphia. Iu the latter capaci ty he has been much complimented by our Federal neighbors, and on one or two well- known occasions, his opinions have been paraded as the eloquent condemnation T the war and the administration. Lieut Tobey, who conducted the North Aineri can, in Mexico, is a most iutieid writer, and although he may, like others, sometimes lose his patience by the non-arrival of re inforcements and of supplies, yet there are few men in the American army, who?e heart and whose pen are more thoroughly patri otic. This able editor the favorite army correspondent of the domestic North Ame rican, in his paper, the North American in Mexico, thus alludes to the corresj endence of those who have opposed, and continue to oppose the present war. He alludes to a compliment paid to Messrs. Clay, Corwin, Webster, &c, f...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 May 1848

A i i :) ; DEMOCRATIC BANNER. n ulUHEd evert xoxdat. s. r..WRRAT, Proprietor. TERMS: $2in jJvaare; $2 50 at the end of the volume. "o man's paper will be discontinued unless the nam? be puid for up to the time of its discontinu-j nice, j . . ... ........ . . i All letter on business must be post paid, jVOL. 1. THE BANNER. MONDAY. - MAY 29. "United We Stand Divided We Fall.' LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MAY 29, 18 !S NO. 8 their whig principles iu the South but Clay ? Is it not because thry believe he stands more favourably to their abolition views .1 .1 t tr At THE UNGRATEFUL WHIGS. i a" oultr SOUUie"WT- 11 l"eJ ueneve . j he is the only competent man, why make How unstable is frail whig humanity. . ,. . , - , c .1 . , , , , tlic difference between North ad South? I.ver ready to grasp at shadows, moved bv'. . . ... ... . , ,. ? 1 . . .. . 1 1 he inference is, they will support other sounds, and living upon excitement, it is j . . , , ,. ' , , , , . : int.' ii in i.ic uo...

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 May 1848

From the. Santa Cruz Banner uf March UUhJ fuses were too long; after this fact was as- j by I lie upsetting of a boat. I give the an ecdote as a slight exemplification ot t!ie fear in which we were held by the Mexi cans. No doubt, tin- cunning bird, every i;:y of siege, had heard sii.iilarexpres siens; the bursting of the shells inut often jliavt caused the mqurv, 'Any I'lie hurt O.IUial Kcjioti .r the Battle eiAanf a' cerlained, my men immediately avoided t'ra ! liosalas. their effects, at.d a number were kicked in- V..,lmvl R,,IW Report, jto corners and s nalliooms where they cculd llKAnurAP.TEKS Missot p.iHorsk, ) 'lo , . Snhi CrT H.- f,:ln ,. U-i;r,,- I During all this time our and the Mexi- 17th March, 1818. cil' batteries were exchanging a brisk fire, lite bails el our nailery passing o cr us m- lain peace is to pre fare for war, is forcibly appointed delegates to the Whig National illustrated in the policy of our Congress, and the ignorance and treachery of Mexi co. When is i...

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 May 1848

T "Hi ing the rights of tlio different delegations. The despatches give hut a confused idea of MARRIED, 'be begun and held at the Court House in the At F.linw-nnd. 7lfn . on th 23d Just., hv Town of Bowlincr-Grcen, in and fl-r the county ' ' J l .!):!. ... V.....I I'!..lt..l...r no.l ... ..... .1 T tl' t r' r H f .1 "1 I 1J-.C, Ull lilt' 111 M ... i- v rnwi-u IK.... the proceedings th:s day. No definite con-the Rev. Wm. Lurnett, Geo. D. Jeriwrtli-:. , j, 1)C rcmIore,. An,t clusi-ja was had. The following is the next : ot rite county, to .nss Aim w. eus, i,jm, ius property sct.i to salisiy the same;: i.itclli'cnce received: of Lincoln county Afisscuri. SPUING AND SUMMER CAMPAIGN OPENED. FRESH SUPPLIES TO SUIT ALL TASTES. LATER, AND HIGHLY IMPORTANT! OB1TCAKY. i Gloom has aaain overspread our m ig , -L cass and 1( wasteth whom ,iC (hc W!U, of tI, C( i ji!v .... ;r; . ss widow is again hear.l, the sons and cries oti j::!. M. ?.;i;i;in. I' . ; . . . . . i - , .1-1 jam! the Court orders ...

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 May 1848

POETRY. THE BOAT OF LIFE. BY THOMAS MOORE. Let's take this world as tome wide scene. Through which, iu trail but buoyant boat, With skies now rude and now serene, Together thou and 1 must float, Beholding oft, on either shore, Bright spots where we should love to stray; Bit time plies swift his Hying our, And on we speed away, away. Should chilling winds and rain come on, We'll raise our awning 'gainst Hie shower,' Sit closer till the storm is pone, And smiling wait a sunnier hour, j And if that sunnier hour should shine, We'll know its brightness cannot slay, And, happy while 'tis thine and mine, Complain not when it fades away. Thus reach we both, at last, that fall Down which lite' current all must go The dark, the brilliant, destined all To sink into the void below ; Not e'en that hour shall waul its charms, If side by side still fond we keep, And calmly in each other's arms Together linked, go down the steep. NO. 57. Kin Ordinance to authorize the appoint ment uf Town Counsello...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 June 1848

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. TOBLISHED EVEST MOXD4T. f. r. MURRAY, Proprietor. TERMS: finadvanoe; $2 50 at the end of the volume. y0 man's paper will be discontinued unless the samsbe paid for up to the time of its discontinu auoe. 33" AD VER TISJjYG dune very low.J All letters on business must be post paid. MR. CLAY IN 1820 The following an extract from a speech made by Henry Clay in 1820. showing that the Rio Grande was the true boundary of Texas a posi tion in direct conflict with what he took in his Lexington speech, and resolutions last fall: Mr- Clay said : "He presumed the spec tacle would nut be presented of questioning in this branch of the government, our title to Texas, which had been constantly main tained bv the executive for more than fif teen years past, undt-r three sevef afainiin istrations. He was, at the same time, ready and prepared to make out our title, if any one in the house were fearless enough to controvert it. He would for the present, briefly state, that the man wh...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 June 1848

points, however, of general interest, are! worthy of passing attention. Amongthse were two questions of vital importance to me country, and involving the fundament al principles of the Constitution fordiscus. sion. In their progress, they cast upou the Government a heavy responsibility, and great trouble and labor, and where watcli ed with a jealous solicitude by the whole community, which was divided 111 opinion respecting the points involved m their so lution. Happily, by the wisdom and firm I a. ' a. a I . . I a 1 m . A iitss 01 me patriot men at tue neau ol the Government, and by the good sense of the nation, they passed away, without leaving behind them any effects injurious to our institutions. These controveited subjects are the questions which arose in Georgia, respecting the relative lights of the Indi ans and of the States, within whose juris diction they live, and that which arose in South Carolina, respecting the power of the State Legislature to nullify an act of longre...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 June 1848

(For the Banner.) Mr. Editor : I hare only time to say a few words to you tins morning, in reference to the aspect of political affairs in old Lin coln. T',e clouds which have hitherto low ered o'er her political horizon have rolled away, and the bow of promise now spans her sky. ibe democrats of this county seem to have learned a lessons of wisdom, from the folly of their pasi course ; and are now anxious to forget their former prejudi ces, in a united effort to further the great cause of human progress. Those who once enter:ained towards cachothcr the feelings- J" of bitterness, are now beginning to 7'a-'CoIor. ternizc a fellow feeling is fast spreading! throughout the democratic party of the' JUSTICE MASSIE, will hold his next county, while discord hides her diminished! w,Day' in Louisiana, on Saturday, the head. If this happy state of feeling, should - be suttcred to continue, you win m ar a goon n port from Lincoln in August next. We have now before the people a full set of can...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 June 1848

19 th People of the Second Congies sbnurt District. Th undersigned, candidate for Congress,' will address the people at the following timet and placet, to-wit: At Hibler's, Gasoonadeca. Monday Jun5ih. At Steeleville, Crawford co., June 7th. At Waynesviile, Pulaski co., June 10th. At Elli worth, Texas, Monday, June 12th. At Caledonia, Washington co., June 15th. AtPotosi, do Saturday, June 17th. At Union, Franklin co. Tuesday, June 20th. At Warrenton, Warren co. Thursday July 6th. At Danville, Montgomery co., July 8th. At Fulton, Callaway co., Tuesday July 11th. At Mexico, Audrain co. Thursday July 13th. At Palmyra, Marion co. Saturday, July 15th. At Hanibal, do Monday, July 17th. At New London, Ralls co. Tuesday July 18th. At Clarksville, Pike co. Thursday, July 10th. At Bowling Green, do Saturday, July 22d. W. V. N. BAY. G. PORTER. St. Charles, May 8th, 1849. Ma. Clay amd the Goat. Tlie Balti more Enterprise tells the following ludi crous story. Imagine the sage of Ashland contendin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 June 1848

..jH v aaaptf DEMOCRATIC BANNER PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY. 8. F. Mt'RBAY, Proprietor. TERMS: 2 in advance; .-f'2 50 at the end of the volume No man'i naper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. Jf AD VER TISLYG done very low. All letter on business- must be post paid. From the Union. ON THOSE WHO HAVE FALLEN IN MEXICO. The sun will ris, the sun will set O'er Anahuac's hills of gold, As bright, o'er vale or mountain jet, As if no warrior slept below; But never, till his race be run In heaven's blue arch, will that blest Sun His beams display O'er hearts of nobler mbuld7 Thau those who, rapt in gtary's spell In Anahuac's valleys fell, The proud, the free, the bold. Oft shall the patriot thither turn His steps in salutary woe, To deck with bays the mound or urn That marks the honored dust below. The seasons they shall bring, Their sweetest stores of loveliest spring In vernal vest, Where, rank to rank, or man to man, Inspired in glory's ma...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 June 1848

TLEtiKiniU; DESPATCHES. From miie Reveille WHIG CONVENTION Philadelphia, June 8, 1 r. m. Tlie committee upon credentials made their report this imrning. Upon that por tion of the report which authorizes a ma jority of the delegates in States that are not fully represented to fill vacancies, and cast the entire electoral vote of the StateXQU that Convea,;on iJi great a Ions debate arose. It was finally termina ted by a call for the previous question, and was decided in the negative, by ayes 126, nays lob By b resolution, the delegation from Lou- . lsiana will be authorized to cast the electo ral vote of Texas, Some dispute having arisen relative, to -the right of the Louisiana and Missouri delegations to take their seats, considrra ble time was spent in the dry details of con firming the delegates On motion, the conventioned adjourned until 4 ?. M., when it will co into secret ses sion, and the public will not be admitted until sr.v. 1 TAYLOR AHEAD! Philadelphia. June 8, 5 p. m First...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 June 1848

nomination, that he would not be a candid- ate for another nomination. The question of accrediting the cre dentials of the New York delegations was finally decided by admitting both sets of delegates to cast the vote of the State con jointly ; before the vote was taken for Presi dent, however, the Utica delegates asked leave to withdraw, which wag granted; the Hunkers remained silent through the bal lottings. The vote stood as follows : FIRST BALLOT. Woodbury, 53 Cass, 125 Buchanan, 55 Calhoun, 9 Dallas, 3 ' Worth, 6 No choice resulting under the two-thirds your valuable imdicine, by the blessing of God, has saved me from a premature grave. JOSEPH BARBER. Poplar betwein Seventh and Eighth Sts., Plata., Prepared only by Dr. D. Jane, Philadel phia and sold oh agency by H. E. BLOCK & CO. June, 12th, 1848. Louisiana, Mo. BY SUNDAY MORNING'S MAIL. SEW MERCANTILE FIRM. W3I. LUCE & CO. 3 ESPECTFULLY announce to their friends a, and the public, that they have purchased the new and 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. — 12 June 1848

POETRY. THfi CHILD AND THE ANGELS. BY CARLES SWAIN. The Sabbath sun was setting slow, Amidst the clouds of even; Oar Father" breathed a voice below-- "Father who art in heaven! Beyond the earth beyond the cloud Those infant words were given; 'Our Father," angels sang aloud "Father who art in heaven !" "Thy kingdom come" still from the ground That childlike voice did pray; "Thy kingdom come" God's hosts resound Far up the starry way ! "Thy will be done" with little tongue, That lisping love implores; "Thy will be done" the angelic throng Sing from seraphic shores. "For ever" still those lips repeat Their closing evening prayer; "For ever" floats in miuin sweet High 'midst the angels there? Thine be the glory evermore, From Thee may ne'er sever; But every Christian land ad ore Jehovah! God ! for ever ! . THE LIGHTNING HORSE. The iron horse goes dashing by, The turf-steed panting, lags behind; While rail road cities onward fly, As swift, aye, swifter than the wind ! But steem's too slo...

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