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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 June 1848

1 1 DE3I0CRATIC BANNER. PUBLISHED EVEBT MONDAY. 8. F. MUUHAY, Proprietor. TERMS: $2 in aJvance; $2 50 at the end of the volume. No man' paper will be discontinued unless the tune be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. H'jJDl'ERTISLYG done very loto. All letters on business must be post paid. - PUBLIC NOTICE. Dr. John C. Welborn, the Democratic Elector for this electorial district, will ad dress his fellow citizens on the following named times and places : Danville, Montgomery county, on Mon day, the 19lh June. Warrenton, Warren countj, on Tuesday, the 20th. . St Charles, St Charles county, on Thurs day, the 22d. Flint Hill, St Charles county, on Friday, the 23d. ' Troy, Lincoln county, on' Saturday, the S4tn. . . DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS. Gen. Thos. L. Price, the Democratic candidate for Lieut. Governor, will address his fellow citizens at the time and places as follows: Waterloo, Clark, Monday, 19th Memphis, Scotland, Tuesday) 20th Edina, Knox, Wednesday, 21st Shelbyville, 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. — 19 June 1848

tJio.aosiiranr.rs f a peace wild Mexico, founded on the just princiIrs of indemni ty for (lie future; but that while hc ratifica tion of the liberal treaty ifferod to Mexico remains in doubt, it is the duty of the coun try to sustain the administration in oviy measure necessary provide for the v igor oui prosecution of t!ic war, should the trea ty be rejected. Resolved, That the officers and soh!ir who'have carried the arms of their country into Mexieo, have crowned it with imper ishable glory. Their unconquerable courr age, their daring enterprise, their unfalter ing perseverance and foititude when as sailed on all sides by innumerable foes, and that more formidable enemy the diseases of the climate exalt their devoted patriot ism into the highest heroism, and give them a right to the profound gratitude of their COlliltrv and the admiration of (he world. Resolved, That the democratic iiationali0' convention of the thirty states composing' I''1 the American republic, tendertheirfrat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 June 1848

L 1IIE undersigned have on hand :i large ami I well selected assortment of Wisconsin Iinc Liiiubpr, which they fTiT for sale nt reduced jirii . call on the undersigned ffnmJ iW BWnrZ or at the Store of Messrs. Block & Belts. FARBER& ENGLISH. Louisiana, June 19th, 1S4S. Administrator's Sale of SLAVES. Take notice, that in pursu ance of an order made by the Countv Court of P.'ke cr.untv, at the June term, IS ISt, I w:!l proceed to sell at public vendue, in the town of Paytiosville, Mo. 'on Tuesday, tlie 231 h day of Ju ly next, between the hours of 10 o'clock a- m. and 4 o clock r. m following slaves, belonging to the estate of Andrew Meloan, deceased, viz: One Man, one Woman, One girl abmil 8 yvttrs old, Two buys, one abjul C -years the other 18 mmlhs old. Term of sale will be, a credit of twelve months, the purchaser giving bond with ap proved security. JOSEPH MELOAN, .?.;.iV. June 19th, 184S. 3wll. STATE OF MISSOU RlTf County of Pike. ; nice County ConrtJfiie lcn:i, IS IS. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 June 1848

FEMALE LOVELINESS. lout ever resting he made straight fur the The whole ranee of English poetry dMi mm dm weu mown mm in me moun- bain ui mauiae not contain a more fascinating delineation of female loveliness than the following lines by Mason, author of Caractacas, pre sents ; Whene'er with soft serenity she smiled, Or caught the orient blush of quick sur prise, How aweetly mutable, how brightly wild, The liquid luster darted from her eyes! Aach look, each motion, marked a new born grace. That o'er her form its trancient glory cast; Some lovelier wonder soon usurped the place, Chased by a charm still lovelier than the rest. Exactly so. An item is going the rounds of the papers that James Fenni more Cooper does not think a Republic can be permanently established in France. Suppose he does not, James Snooks of of Squashtown, thinks it can, and for aught we know James Snooks is just as good judge as James Cooper. York Sun. So talks the N. GEN. BUTLER. To praise Is more agreeable than 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. — 26 June 1848

6L . - DEMOCRATIC BANNER. published tvsav mohbt. g. r. MCKRAT, Proprietor. !,Vl ; : TEBMS: ; : . r r $2 inadvance; $2 50 tttbe end of the volume, No man V paper will be discontinued unless the Mine be paid for np to the time of its discontinu ,ance "'" .. ' : '. . ; "' ". & ADVERTISING done very hw. All letters on but tneu muit be post paid. JJ-(JOHN B. HENDERSON, E., Demo cratic candidate for the State Legislature, will address bis fellow-citizens at the following nam ed auates anq places : ' Jahn Brown's, in Hartford, on Monday, 10th jnir, ;.- . - ..... Vawioy'a Mill. Tuesday, Ihh July. . -pejocerburg, Weddetday, 12th " ., Frankfort, Thursday, ; . ; 13th " : John Love's, Salt River, . - . 14th .. Louisiana, Saturday, 15Lh ' Bowling-Green, Monday; 17th do Ashley, Tuesday, 18th do Prairiville, : Wednesday, " 19th do " ClarksTilU, Monday. 24thdo Paynesville Tuesday - ' 25DT' do ' Ifoix Creek Church, 26th ' do ' The undersigned, candidates for Congress, will address the people at ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 June 1848

T HE B AsN JVER. E. C fc g. r. MPItKATt Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - JUNE 26th FOR PRESIDENT, Gen. Lewis Cass, OF MICHIGAN. - FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GeisvWm. 0. Butler, . OF KENTUCKY. Electorg for President and Vice President 1st District JOHN C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd 3rd ' A. M'KINNEY, of Randolph. E.B. EWING,of Ray. G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. : B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J. H.RELFE, of Washington. TRTJSTEN POLK, of SL' Louis. 4th 5th' 6th 7th tt ' For Governor: ' AfSTIN A. KING, of Ray. ' -- . - - . . For Lt. Governor, THOMAS L. PRICE, of Cole. For Conjrets, WILLIAM V. N. BAY, of Franklin. ; , County Nominations. ' For Representative, JOHN B. HENDERSON. V ; i' For Sheriff, MATHEW G1VENS. For Assessor, MASTEN H. ARTHUR. - ALL'S WELL. We are happy to inform our friends in other parts of the State, that the canvass here is opened most beautifully most glo riously and most auspiciously for the de mocracy: The b'hoys are wide awake, and were the election to come off to-morrow, w...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 June 1848

,Wn learn from the despatches of the Re-j publican.that the Barnburner Utica Con vention assembled on the 22d inst,, and nom inated Martin Van Buren for President, and Henry Dodge, of Wisconsin, for Vice Presi dent.. The same telegraphic despatches say that a letter from Mr. Van Buren was read in the Convention, approving the doctrine"of tWWflraot Proviso, and expressing a desire to remain a private citizen. Whether Mr Van Buren will change his desire and serve this faction, or no, time will tell ; we rather think he is a man of more sagacity ; in any event, however, we certainly think that the people will take him at his word and allow him "to remain in private life." Candidates. POLITICAL. We are requested to say that C. F. Kirt ley, Esq., one of the assistant Whig Electors for this district, will address the citizens of Louisiana ajid vicinity, at the Academy. to-sicht, at early candle lighting. We hope there will be a general attendance. ST. LOUIS MARKET. Satduat, June 21, 1848,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 June 1848

- .. . -v-" ir: &i2f$t,' K " ----- rii;.i--..j-.ji:'',-,r,r : - -jS f Vr n - ii ii " - :" '- ' 5 f- 1 J- r' i jcmopOLiTAir i.Nn fewoaiATic; ' -J - V . iM Jt Vlrt JJf.BSCB- fc CIVSPAUMKO, Tbwtitrtutnd' unique establishment! Vl0atfl1g selection from . - T&i XT0fer Mrih American and Vnio Vn immeiise 'TREBLE CtMPA- -?TJ-' Z . ' k -a t':KVr Wm: U .exhiWtetL ia'Lonisians on TMaT.Ttthe S7th at half past i and halfl ':. past 7 P. M.. 'r'5: f...- y - '-'. i .AdiaSssioOj'Dren Circle, 50ct Children la his establiabment is effected a long cnensnew project o coueciuig iuu " iu inort fiilfnguishd;Eqnestrian Gymnasts ihe! Eaat, r.have ;never appeared this sid of tba fountains nd seldom indeed, oatof those, metropolitan cities, their dis- ploftU!g ean, jreBtncledlo the popn foos towns bj the high salaries such exalt ed talents demanded''.' It is' now proposed ta jntlSbeteri:ptobIiW entertain-! tests of this nature of tho same scale end as have hitherto tees ; confined 4o; ee'MBtres of 4 ref...

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 July 1848

Hill f iTaielaaciohr loll J r ? ; V . fill , j 9 WT.J BMSta ?di v,fc! tin alLlii '!.- Ae inner-waa- $2 in advance? f 2 .Wuof lhe,wla, it a MU. and the eatefcllled tte., J ... V- ihgsrtssed'Umm afitLVk'te IYau'dofi eibbd bsi8sl?fi: ?i.vi v ifW'- S-.1 -'i !.. .1 sWi jOHk rilloMsON', fed.,' Dem jllW,. arid M: "-? 1 : , , .. John Brown't . inf irtforH dn' Monday, 10th Yammr'1 MilL Tr$d8-, .1Uh jrff '4'SiafaMttntfail! rV ' 15th imi ClMkTUl,:M'y.inT v24tik A .,, , ; k rfh'.An'' fiHnrt Tiieaav. lane 2Dth ii At rVarrentoAWarren co. Thnridajr July 6d iaa "Y JT.'.iltrrnmAFV AA Till V Sit Vl At Fulton, QHaway c6., Tuetday July llUu At Mexico, Aidrairi co. Thurtday July 13th. l;"'At PalMyraIeioaeo. Sriorday, Jaly 15th. I nJrn R:i1lfv TllMflflV Jiilv lHth if. imi;iia .- ' i r ' auw . uu : .. , .The unJeriigiiJi candidatei for Congr'e, 'Villarek thefcbpe' at;the foffoWiog 'timet '"xf&LhSfc; mkeoV Thurtday, July 20th.la ' - -At R.wlinrfireen.vao Saturday, JftKaS W-V. N.BAY. , ,G. POSTER, r.TAY...

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 July 1848

i' V- 'lcBAPHIC BESPATCOES. ?jMy.Tor'ih'St.Lduif'Repblican. 'Washington, June . the laying of the corner stone of the WWC iBston. Monument was adopted. - The memorial of Miss Dix, praying for aa appropriation for the relief the'Indigent Insane," was referred and ordered to be printed.' Mr. Miles introduced a bill to aid Mr.1 Whitney in his attempt to build a railroad Jlo the Pacific . On motion, the whole sub ject Ves referred to a select committee. 1Mb Senate then laid aside the morning business and proceeded to the consideration .he Oregon iftiL j tr. Bright .gave, notice that he would oveto amend the bill by exfeuding the Issouri Compromise Act. Mr. Oalhonn addressed the Senate, de nying t&e toower of Congress to legislate on this question. '" ; " - Hie subject was then informally laid a- ;nde, snd . 4 On motion of Mr.' At her ton, the Post Of- Ham Eill was fatten tin Mnrl mnnrloil ' - j j - - - p - - j " The Senate, however, adjourned without ;ny definite action. House of Re...

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 July 1848

PELEGRAPHIC DEfVICrlli. ? Fao the St. LorfUioir.x . r 1 Arrival of I C A MBP Europe Aii- France Over gtartlinftlllnce .The Reamer Cambf "rived uj.ght brinffinc Oneeeek's V intelligence from r.nron: Sfirinitewa of the moat ex filing and t.rf!;nTracter from France. A revolution broke! jn the 4th, in Paiis Kadd bv I.onU Rfcci and over one thou sand Uvea were Ir,Tbere ia great excite . inent and alarm pHng among all class Hbmi are Vrtained that tue mode r r . j , t j reieaiea cyme party u- sliment of an impure, es. rate party will b vocating the esti rifJLINES. TviLADKLHriA, June 30. Candidates. We are authorized to announce James E. Glenn, as a candidate for the office of. Constable lof Buffalo township, at the enruing August elec tion. Iff We are authorized to announce Hugh Ai.leK) as a' candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace for Cuivre township, at the ensu ing August election. yf-We are authorized to announce William J. Dcka as a candidate for the office of Con stable of 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. — 3 July 1848

,. .. ,fv. 1 MS- " it brtahirivehlo all Der6ni Con- -ipiViatiliLftaiwfeft of Am jaike Af&nni.tsttUtiaeiit Pf.mT Mminislra- - V jfWISj:prv 01riKV CO:T, niirfvo Of ne- wHtereJariftaj concerned may "attendif Vfjin ALFRED OpjAdrtfe. i :W.:r.WHCE,;w hereW.jrivfa faff; wwooe ;-'i. - ljfebMr!.Triipb!e,J,decaied,f that J jWU V"-Ji Au.e4sTtf.J?ikB ewnfaMew t4 he le- l3o Mwjifjwwo, on tne sec- Ifcftd llanAiy ia AngiuW vl$4&. wWd and '. where alt persons concerned may- attend if ? 1 jjJohrtSkvett aitALouiaajii i:.Pelilianor" Realktate. -Jaoe 1901848-: j r . .via, j ni ir) NOTICE iikerebgiten fit perron tZtBXB&ttttt dtnuair that. I Will itiak fisaJ tattlanetit of my administration of said XfUte, at tnenext term or pe oount; coott ' fifce'Scoaofy.'lio toba begun and held an Bowling ureen. on trie aecond Monday Xtf'Joney l84wEeii-and where :all penoni '" May 29th,(8w8. "ftiiiMFPP"! SPRING ANn Si o. i rower, nenry A. aMlcV hiiTw&;f Tan'Q-r-ana aH Jehnrttalliw,re f" vi Long and.SaMi...

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 July 1848

DEMOCRATIC BANNER -. i -'yMySH XV1T.0NAY. ; ' ' f.gtlBHAt, pwprletwr. " TERMS: small collection beta made fottia, be wel enabUd ttf ffrocM&UMVtS fsWJafl CTs. ffcr?8 Iambus. Tft-Tfv'.or t!T !jnn t Bill Ml f2 foesVancer $2 00 ft the end of the volume. No Dtf) ppef will discontinued unless the fiat fct pua tor up seine xaom ot iw uiswwm ens . ADVERTISING done very 1ow.S All letter! on business must be post paid. POETRY. from the Columbian Magazine for June. ALONE. i ... . ' . . , T C C. CO I. - . Alon--upom the wide, wide world! Tie hard to dwell alone. To catch no look of human lore, ' To fist no arentle tone But wander through life's busy crowd, "Lone as the corse within iU shroud. fAione'tii hard to sit and weep la some untrodden shade, O'er all the wrecks of life and joy A few brief years hare made; To trace the links of that bright chain, Which time will never unite again. Alone 'tu deeper grief to dream Of those we love in youth, And feel though time has changed us not, . The...

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 July 1848

v.- i TrHE BANNER. ; E. C A fV M VRBAXt Editor. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, -' . - jpYL 10. 'i "If toe ire hat struck with Judiaalblind nest,9faU tlintd1hi 'Constitution tet the mari&tr flings t the' last plank, when night , a4 ft tempest- dote arounanun Lewis, Cass,,., ;(g,t , !i m ;;-.' ' ah ..!j . for president; r' 3 Or HICHIGAR. X FQR VICEt PRESIDENT, ; Gej WMi 0. Butler, , 1 - OF S. eutuckt ; ' Electors far President and Vice President. lat District JOHNC.WELBORN.of Pike. 2nd '1Z A. M'KINNEY, of Randolph. . 33 " ; r E. B. EWING, of Ray. 4th " G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. 5th f : B. F. MASSE Y, of Lawrence. 6tk ' - J. H. RELFE, of Washington. : 7th ' : TRUSTEN FOLK, of SU-Louis ? For Governor: AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray. ' f.r.For Lt. Governor, THOMAS L. PRICE, of Cole.- . For Congress, WILLIAM V. N. BAY, of Franklin. '-; . . - County dominations. 'For Representative, JOHN B. HENDERSON. '. s-j For; .Sheriff, MATHEWL.G1VENS. ,,, For Assessor, - MASTEN H. ARTHUR. - 1 The nomination ...

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 July 1848

v.laJLKiD candid ate for jxtwdvnot, will address $;gm&c Lincoln, at lx oy , on r 1 1 .Jnlv 1 A: vand' at ew iiope, on oaiuiuj? r . i ! ' ! 1 it I ' ' 15th;;;ir?:iV:iv..'v.; Tfc. enmmunieation of"A Jefferson, Jack on, Ga.s and Buder, Democrat," .bej received too late for this paper. w appear ia our next. ' ' ' " ' j,. , y t;r-.8i- ' . . 'despondence qfthe BaUumrt Sun. j.i-;-.:Nw YoRK,' Jon 29 P. M. Worcester Free Soil ConTentlon. l. n (t;r. met vesterdav at 10 . o -1.-1. .!, r.iotnm House, which was so denslyrpwd.d,that it wa determined to adjourn to .maepenuence ciju.i" - Hon-. of Dedham, .presided, assisted by numerous of Vice Presidents and Secrets. ries. purpose for which they were prepared than the abuve, &c. - i .-. . W W .Tunn. M. U.. , .' J -J ; 1 O Eauderdale Co.", Miss.' Prenared' onlv Jbv Dr. D. Jayne,, Phila delphia, and sold on agency by - j . J Julv. 3. 184S. , - Louisiana Mo. ' t Where may be had the American Hair Dye, warranted to chang the hair to a beautiful...

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 July 1848

"r-- iillTQIXStCXL. n$4Jr tlw BUte Lel$ure, will aiiweat? &3huUmm t the following " JoWBrown's.id HirtforJ, ea Monday, 10th VevMilL Tuesday, ' 11th July. ?; .arber Weddesdiy, . 12th Ff wifcrt, Thureday, . . 18th - .- Jobs Leva's, Salt Rim, Uth ' Loasiaiia, Saturday, , 15th BediegGreea, Monday, 17th do Ashtsy, Tuesday,, 18th do FnirivllU, Wednesday, " 19th do CtohwUeiMeadty, ' 24th do IVywviUTwHbyi : ,25th do ftexCreek ttereb,, , ,y 28Ch 4 The wgdcrsigaed, oaadidetce for Congress. will address the people ot tbefoUowing times sad puces, to-wifc :..s At Fulton, Callaway eo., Tuesday July Uth. At Mexico, Audrain eo. Thursday July 18th.! At Palmyra, Marion oo. Saturday, Jury 15th, At Kanibal,; do TMoadsy, July 17th. At Now London, Ralls co. Tuesday July 18th. At Clarksville, Pikt eo. Thurtday, July 20th. AtBowSag Green, do Saturday, July 22dJ W. V. W. BAT. : ' G. POSTER. RHEUMATISM, GOUT, TIUDOU A' respectable1 gentleman called at our ernes, as bo said, to Inform ut that ha had been ...

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 July 1848

y u vv' jyi ' vi vn:: i-r. 'T,-i..?'i.'T ' Its :i Dl-'i 'V'i ? 5 - u.r . II car; ; iij iil olnur.ibnuq : : - .... , :. . .- v ...... :. ; ti 1 . . ljri B . I . . . T I i Adkv k . M . l - t .J. T IT 'E . (IT Hi I Mil 111 A . T nfllinVlnlUlA JTHail niRik .FLH UIIliBia If .JI Mills II. JJI f S B I ) ,7 ib ma lo repreient the iQutrwai Ec, i f.mt nk), fiart biThh mI of Piker tock iJJr,u6h r FP tflWtf jteF4a!t'WvinW - -wi- Tir a j i r ' " -'i i-- a wr- v. . i.' . . . - du f-ia ineDUOilc cnu uu now- w"',.'t"it r-vn -ipi-fffwii the lover foon orercaiiBiTiM, i b i";tri inane lormsnan w our vo?kuii, uibviciiwu;c wnwf4,v.t,p,'smur''?u,4rxn drtfnitt irutocracv midil fesit Hi bloat! We know hb.uMctpUiMid WB.fcnida I "fill S.:I 'J .Tiilll Hi e'!ilit'K' . . . : i .."-.i'L.j . . nL.')k..U.i;7Vl..!m!jj.1 fA7-4 : - .. K. -nrraet -i .1. 4. t f halld ns XVatsm ofiba done. - ..:!.! .. I. .' . ' A F AKMEH- r.it emblem of itf low;.fljng abfiavte singular wroBgaAdrwiontuli tMre.ittayie wftBtof fb,tpd U ffo...

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 July 1848

P .i..- -X i' a- 9 , P ft. 1 f -V ) t . ' I I E. C. . F. MCRBATt Editors. 1 A h i ! (i n Tf ! l' m i i i i UJU. LOUISIANA. HISSOI nttKtce laU cling to this Conttitnlton at majdingt to the; bt( plqnk, when nighCmt m fmpm ffotK oYottni hint. Lwh CAMtHVOf.i-.j?f do Vis 4i FOR PRESIDENT tA.- r WTOTO I IBf V -FOR VICE TtolDEKT, -GEK.rWOi'BUTLEli, qa-nf i nisi . ii I - ".-J ..J 5-" FJiArlTFrtnd inland Vice Pretident Uirt-J0HNr.WELB0RK,6f Pike. 2wf rM'flimEY. of Bindolph. c) ft r,;MASStY, cf.Wenoe. 6c!,V . Liu ft &REXFR of WMViMtwj irvTJUJSTN POLK, 9f Sc Loah .. AUSTIN Aklf?Q' of Pay. mail SJ;'iFljtkTmr.:il' i fid: ii). THOMAS Li PSJCE,of CoU. (; .4t ot inln'tui, 'I " UJt,suUiS i i t -br-r-hrui . 7Ji9PCMgfM r.fw .na.ii WILLIAM V. N. BAT, of Franklin! TWAUGrDTELECTrON." We are glad to leant from the- different ccuons oi , me ceanivy tun or prospacii lor success to August are every day grow ing brighter. Ttti HwdifsoB is winning r'lftlctlf, ofXantscky,!. taeiW Crittenden resigned. ' Coas...

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 July 1848

j4 y..-' '"t-.i vY---;:-" -.i : - Y . .; -f"'j ' V- -.v" ."- .'. . 4 -a .V : i: - ' 11 i iiniiFiTi rrrrfi Wm . . .r ALidCiL. xm.:i. .Mil ah t. i it 1 1 j iviie. M. UUi fPSV-ra sct Block iia, iou nw wm t lW'"r.SuVJ him: end BWV! ITT .7 v.. nta. bat if tb ft. f jsirfiatl bim to be D"irn.hWb. upon hi. vr7' . : i .t. ,y-TT. UMMd.bJrtlQU tinged eooa oiw wrtw.-.- "'- , ... 6 f .K.ll ..-a-i aa ,anL til. A iffun M approaoimic prew-r--"-."-j. M.ininta urmncssnv Ean.k Deme ctuic oaodiAtfe for the State LegttUture r wOl address hit reltowoiustni m w wiww ed times and place :. ...o-'hoti-V.' ;! r- i ; Bowling-ureen, wonoay, . ! Ashley, Tuesday, V itS? j Prairiville, Wednesday, . 19 ! Clarksvill, Monday, t V 1 PaynesvilleTuesday, ;; ... i T i lloik Creek Church,.,, y: tr:i.2?th -.1 a!"i2-I5 forward lik.the on una wui "i , old Roman phalanx, determined to preSs on to victory, si U1 X reoe ewe . ,. A.x.1 m'.a .fan,! oiln. as fhe tea, OlsenwiraMsu. t . , 'iL'a ivtil I TV rtliit the- dmocrtCT Of old...

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 July 1848

- own Ordinances. standing in Lander4aleCoV-MiW' wdmi .ToWfeebpte'orPifee "i . date of AuettsdI848.A -v:;?r tili.i'T yi2 i. M Dr. D. Jajne-Df Br Slr--TaraTntitnitfr. 1 w-lFduntv. i.v . j- sj j ' - !y acquainted wiUrWmi i .oryouf: prepiri? Af B jllvffls. lU.fltown 13 mil L,lll au. MU tions, and can safely rconirte'nd '.theni.U-' Attorney ana sjonasem ijntTo inoJfSU. c elrfa tl W - Y tit o eld IZ I ir o Li .I :' ':n V .r- t " - . 1 wiui nMDktaodiriiiifiUassithii m;d 6"t6i? rd" d)" mid fT nr:v " ' i .n : . . j ! ci"i,v"" wuiuiim.o "" i were is inree.ajonia: taa t&e -airent . r- myeefltriMtdU hls careJ iie wal: practice . tX7 . ' i ji : - i ' : i Tj . . ..I. a; Tne(4arab,wariate4 to J&-4wM.is &.r,Ta iaa, vrarien anauis aumiHintr coaauaaji --n HOif I O" Office in Warrenton, MttOiJ'T ins tawi! soj ?a;.'0Vj. JOTtw5tt,Bdfl!1y he abuve. &c. ! , , , :u r '. , ' '.il We the undettUea. citizen, of BeUvHttSL a . a - . - mtm m juiti kv.iv n mvB.uiE r who. ui ouai ou mti.as v vwwn ...

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