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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 24 July 1848

DEIHOCBATIO BANNER. . FSBtt1 XVZftT M01TDAY. ' g, y. Bf&RAT, Proprietor. ' 2mdanc;$2 W at tbeiid ef the volume Vr. ' nntr wSTl fia diaeontinued unless the Mm.be paid for up to the time of ki dicootinu caoe. jSADVRTtStirG done vtry fow-S All letters on business must be post paid. JiiMUunA ftriTiffl "Usrreo Ws' Stand Dividsd Vk XlL.'' VOL. 4. LOUISIANA, PIKE COUNtV, MISSOURI; MONDAY, JULY 24; 1848 No.te GEN. CASS AND GEN. TAYLOR The candidal for the Presidency,, of the Democratic end Federal parties, respec tively, may be compared with , eftHqSier; with infinite profit tdthAoJfr -pay be called upon to d4f During no former peV$f IShP contrast between the Vsl efeiidates for . ... . ? i.j J.. -i. ' that high office, been mewrea in us cuar cter. Certainly, dntAg no former period in our history has this jfbntmt served to pface Jtlio ftemoeimiis.. V"? Wg'Fr ground, or in a more impregnable position. General Taylor, to use the words of .Hor ace Greeley, a leading "whig" onhe 6th June, as...

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 July 1848

THE BANNER. C C at i. P. MTJaULlT. Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. , uIftoeare not ttruck with Judicial blind ness, toe shall cling to this Constitution at ih mariner clings to the last plank, when fu&Af and the tempest close around htm -Lewis Cass. FOR PRESIDENT, Gen. Lewis Cass, V OF MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Gen. Wm. 0. Butler, OF KENTUCKY. Electorsor President and Vice President. 1st District JOHN C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd " 3rd 4th " Cth 6th " 7th A. 3VTKINNEY, of Rudolph. E.B.EWING,of Ray. G. D. HALL, or Lafayette. B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J.H. RELFE,of Washington. TRUSTEN POLK, of St Louis. For Governor : AUSTIN A. KING, of Ray. far MA. Governor, THOMAS L. PRICE, of Cole. For Congress, WILLIAM V. N. BAY, of Franklin. . County nominations. For Representative, JOHN B. HENDERSON. For Sheriff, . MATHEW GIVENS. For Assessor, MASTEN H. ARTHUR. MONDAY, - - JULY 24. KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE ! That the Whig letter writer of the Seventy-Six leek to defeat the election of John B...

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 July 1848

THIBriETri CONGRESS. ' Fieit Session. . Washington, July 19. fna&. Remonstrances were presented against the stoppage of the Sunday mail, which were referred. A joint resolution to give to the State of Missouri, the cannon captured by Col. fkmrphan was pasted. A resolution compensating CoL Fremont wasadooted. , Mr. Clayton explained his remarks of yes-1 terday. They were bis own inuiviauai views, and not those of the special com snittee. The amendment striking out the Naval ' Appropriation bill. The appropriations for the erection of Marine Hospitals was rejected, r Mr. Niles ODDOsed a proposition to ad vance money to the contractors for carrying the mail on the steamers. The Senate then went into Executive ses ion. after which it adjourned. ' House of Representative. The Speak er announced the reports 01 committees to v be in order. " In committee of the whole, the bill ex tending pensions to the widows of revolu tionary soldiers, was passed. A joint resolution, establishing a l...

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 July 1848

From the Republican tad Argus. G i " $ Th Freed cm of the leas. The haughty Briton once surveyed Tht Ocean fair and wide, And as be swayed his sceptre, claim'd Dominion e'er the tide. . ' ' For many ages he had thought That every genial breeze Was his, tilf Yankee marchants taught The "Freedom of the Seas." - When nations, vexed and sore oppress'd, Had entered in the fight To settle long disputes, and thus - Determined which was right, - Our country took an active part- But not on bended knees To gain a poidt- at last secur'd The 'Freedoom of the Seas." The second war with Britain was To gain the sailor's rights -Protection on the seas -for this The cheerful freeman fights. American success proclaim'd Though Britain disagrees- That heaven-born principle the taught, The "Freedom of the Seat.' A master spirit urged the views Of patriotism, and press'd The subject on the minds and hearts Of those whom he address'd ; The European despots grant, America to please, - The principle for whi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 July 1848

au. ... , ,-.r.f-.::t T.T T,.,.,-r.r -. - .-:-:,".: r,,- r ' " DEMOCRATIC BANNER. ; .,GJUuxuietthaSetladat!ewaeW Ing in CtlCtf 4ei::niwala and in tho cWujNMMb bia' Meiiade the-ii " i 0Uf KO tTSlT MOSY. -He awn's paper will lie ducontMi&a unless the mmm paid for Bp to the time, of iU ditoontinu anee."' -'"-r" ' i.l W4DVXRT1SLYQ.&M very lovJ ; AD letteia ea basineu most be pott paid. 5 . .The & wing article wu designed for Unt week' paper, bat wu crowded out on eccoajit of its length ;,; , ' i(. ' .', . THE POLITICAL DISCUSSION. - un Tuesday, the Isto imt., Major Kollins end Judge King addressed the citizews'of Louisiana and vicinity, in canvass speeches, touching most political topics of the gener al government, a well at matters of State policy. Major Boilins spoke first for an hoar and a half, and commenced by telling the people he had undertaken the canvass of the State, notwithstanding the fact that older and more experienced sen had shrank from tne duty that the whig...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 July 1848

v. J. A- J F.nvSBAir Editors. "If we are not struck with JudtaalbSnd- ness, we shall ding to this Constitution oaj cm manner tang to the lasptanJt, when p. nffM. : sna mc tempest ctusc wruunu nun. POLITICA L -DEBATE . , Messrs. Bay and. Porter jthelcandidetesl When Gens. (f4JjlorwertD0iiihif to MnMiMtHhTi district in the next Co teji .for Presidept by be whig and demo r - .'ti. .- : 3---17 k..'.-1 . I.--.! ' "I 'A. L .lilt, Hon, vie lonner utiia me wr LdCWlf Uaaen J.; ;,f FDR PRESiDENT, '. . . t i7:-! n tr- ' - - - ' , . , OT, MICHIGAN. '. '. ' ' ' .'r,' " "" ' i i;'. ''jMyiQ-sJRESWWTt''' EUctortfor President and Vice President. 1st Dwtrict-JOHN C. WELBQRNrf Kk. : r , u.w-.:r sMSfiaTCTnnsragi,-anatutouKR: two m, e WiaiTETrHr-SrtrrLT--IJOTTjro rATT r M. tuM.g " ' . ' J nrt1. Wife teen' rr. nrtt t Bowline: ureen on Saturaaytcrnwo conven the 22nd insL When 'tha' citizenof that fieVoML. S. Snaprnd i" osf:4?Bty "ft i:-k.,t . f.?r nnnnVtunftv of ;witnibio'lW8ytrtoo. thelitUr held tfcvxl5c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 31 July 1848

r -IteConnBOiiJUinBartin are endeavor- ia$ to excite an insurrection similar to that in Pans ' . ". ".' . , . - Portugal is tranquil. - - ' - Mehemet Ali, th "pacha of Egypt is in-j ane. . Disturbancesrbave occurred at Frankfort on the Maine in which leveal live were loft. - ."' , ; - The war in Italy is conducted, on both Mm with vionr ' 11 v Germany is still excited. ; YY : , From tbx Wkst 1stss V Y ' : . New York; July 27 In St. Croix the slates continued in open revolt; were burning aid ravaging estates, and massacreing the whites. It u stated that the blacks were angry because it had been. prepared to emancipate them grada ally after a twelve month's apprenticeship. They demand immediate abolition. ' , In St. Thomas the Govenor fearing a ular outbreak had declared the immedi ete: freedom of the blacks, though the whites had taken the precaution to.; arm themselves to suppress attempts at insur rection. . Ia Hayti complete tranquility had been restored. President Sbulongne had 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. — 31 July 1848

-t - ,;; f ;' vr... 7 i. At; :'i . r .- -.... - '- U.LNO TliOUGiiTS. . TTfewi the tfeadef of evening elwe, Wa&efeaiag to toft repete, : "j . v Asi ttert, like angePt ey et, With mgte besety U the skies, T3 11 tLafs bright, and til theft (air , i', 7 ?? hearts, ihb eatered there ; Tkea let luic't thrilling mrr V-'' , k Ait the tJ aSOnta of tie hour, ' T2J heaves, with ell its glorious light, Desee&d opWour raptured tight; it. j Aad peace tad hope, tad Joy d rest, -i Steal gectly e'er toe troubled toeest. "Aletl 'tb bat a transient feeling ' . O'er the ruOed pirit steeling : The eyee nay close ia peace at night, Bat caret retam with asening light , And tamped upon man's boom brow 'Tbi marks of grief are lingering bow. . -There waa a time, ere tun't cbffl blight Seat rooad the earth the shades of night, . - v nv Joy, naebeqoered and serene, - "Wl&out a eload to mar tie scene, f POIea Edea'a bowers with tin Mr. That heaven itself teemed imaged there. Ami ttSl at timet tweet ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 August 1848

;F a ,1111- ii i . , i - 11 1 i ii "''"' ii --- n -i i in, . "" " 1 a.i w J. - ' - riL"r."T: .'i'' 'democbatig. banner. .'.i.. "TERMS: $5 ifttonce! $2 50 at the eud of the volume w .teper wSl be diicontlmied'unleis th MaeBi pul fcr trpfothe time of it discontinu- 'MVSTISVG done very.hw.i ' AH letters on busmess must be post paid. POUTIfALi COMMCXICATtOXS. - 1 1 j'fi For the Banner. : . Mr. Editor. I have hitherto been quiet, but not inattentive ohierrer of the sayings .i.t AnlnM aF ttite nmient canvass. And like others of Your correspondents I have been struck with the extraordinary and in consistent conduct of the whig leaders in tbeir malignant opposition to our worthy eaAdidate for the Legislature. We have bid candidates fothis station, for several years past, who were as youthful, as un seUkd, s poor, and had as little pecunia ry interest in the county, as Mr. Henderson; and these candidates have most usuauy bee mug. I do notremVmbir that our friends mad any obieetion'td Mr. Por...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 August 1848

V X ', 'a .i' ,. . . - . .'V . 1 S Ul r. BI7833AT Editors. OISIANA, KISSOURI. .;, ftp", Constitution at at. -vl tkeinarimet tUngi tolhi last plant, token Ilti'i '" . i . - - at T. a cm tempest fust around nim : liZWtt AASS. ed them for oneev. We have it from " high whlg'tHtbottty that the effort was- mai to clear track for a new oonioM, but Caik cohM not be worked. V " x C eo- FOR PRESIDENT, fMT &'isJ. 'vhv; or Michigan. -l:.jf --v- .V ?.-vtT . . ., ...::.. - -p. - ; . I'yj-;-... : -.FO VICE PRESIDENT, ' ' ' ?rEN Wm. 0.;Bittler, .. Or .KUITOCXTf ; - Ekthrsfor President ani Vice President, , U Butrkt-XOHN C. WELBORN, of Tike. ,:'Jia A. 5TKINKEY, of Randolph:' t E.B.EWING,of Kay. r ' ' 45i;f, G. HALLi of Le&jette. j. (A :- . .-'B. F. MASST, oT Lawrence. HI" hELFE, of Waahingtea. r USTEN FOLK, of St. Leou, GATornofi AUSTIN A. KING ; " . . "-re) CMffrcae .; ; - f ; WILLIAM V. N. BAT. ;WrXeprtsentat&e, Colons B. HENDERSON. sl-y:.--rfor Sheriff, ' 4 ; ; 1 .'v- MATHEW GWENS. ."...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 August 1848

v.. . " - . . ,w . I . I" STTK IJ'.MISIIIJH1. i ' I w -f!iMOR. The ; newly-in vented j.......nofMr. Fitzgerald is composed oTbetweeo foai end five hundred thin plate of wrought iron, riyeted together in fee-! tions aa ".w" A8eiuV wu-Vr . Arifth'vof Jnl,. 1848. i. the following. yi throw a bail or 17 pounds weigni twei rr - v STATE OF MISSOURI, CODKTT or PlKI. j i ' Pike County Court, June Term, 1848. Among the records and proceeding had on the eight day of said term of the . court, te wit milrt in perpendicular height. Fortooate UlU . a I I II Lj.. mafia. .ii mexicans nai uicy u (V. . .. . peace. . ... . :. R ia ahnttino- herself ud. " No repub lican, not even American traveler are permitted to cross the frontier OBITUARY. Died, in Bowling Green, MoT. qd the .,:htnr h e7tii f Jnlv. after a few hours .llno... Mm. MaktE. Davis, consort of n, n I.. TW.a. in the 23d year of her aee. It is but seldom that the pen of friendship w mIIp1 nnnn to noform a more mournful duty, than to record t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 7 August 1848

V,tV-' ; s;-ft4't'.ii to lima. MM .J?li marame VliiT; wwMBeiid.fltott pawa a . aajaaagiaem.r. I ; : I.t R.' CA RX U R E. Merchant. -i' :&jim ?-afi-V' HV J5avie St ,Pfcir Cb, bSee'ln Wrehton; MsSSf i ': ft Waitt. of Str LooilUvMfv 0 p"! f-V Vis .Yr aw ViLt .T TV.Y 't t ' l tfj'V ... ; W 1 :;k' - cm 1; 1 f r k IJ txYDeli h ;McKw Co'tt W Iukb u LJr. SZarnur Cows KCaKhJ, 7 ii -kbjHwiftdW h ier jtotogh 'Tor long furtav Wftkfc threatenei enooi'iniuryj After hATintr tried manv thariWinefiieMoac porpoe, i nnrKdul from anv.neretiborj. Vt3tTt-' SnOV Uemnt'wf li8oed wfthUevero brout II made cixmaiwroduci i?;v2 , - 'Carrier of .Main nl o'uth a 'if r3rtJirtieMt 4w!c rfeai'on Etii ,2 tea ifrfc3dlphik tjjf iHW, rrkfifVsihl)rfto other ra- w uure n wnoay lrife1iestJ.. tt tet onlf Bron- , - j . v. - f - - - - i r i . ' l m u i-r f rj?, jo oij : wt4,:Xlili;ferjl ' very toild taree, tt lpi A tcii : wwl bowel to i&Aihi cotditlon. IfSavtMt the patient n sbpetitc li 1 Jjl i-lrt. ...l ..nf J Mruvt ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 August 1848

I av .V ,T , eSUSft 1TE101AT. , , 'g. r. KtTRRAT. Proprietor, ; iTEJRMS: f2&aivanoe;"f)Z 90 it the end of the volume, wiper will be discontinued unless the ebe paid for up to the time of iU diaeonhMrj All lettere on business mart be ot paid. - A NEW PAROWfJ Snnmxied in have be"1" by Hor ace Oreeieiiacefiu return frdm the Plul- adelphin Convention. Hy. ;. ; , A rm sitting in my roo Harry, -t. - Once-yon set by ojr de; ;Ct ' ' On a bright far morn not ionggff , ' ' . When first you were my pride-, Our. cause was spreading far and-wid , " . --Our larks' tang tond and high. UTht smilewM on thy' lip, Hrry, a , s0& h White flouie 'innVye.; The place isvgreadfehMged Harry," KedaynJt bright as then, 6urwlarks" tad notes are in my ear, . : : And you are beat agafitl f - iBat I miss the soft list 6f tliy name, ... j Oace strong, . but.now so weak, .And I Itill keep Csfning for the word, : :yu never more may keep. "This but a step down yonder street," fcn'tjur Fthr,'Hiittt stand- near ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 August 1848

Hi .;v '' I ' 1 fertrAUb Caw,- Fort Moid, I July 12th 1848. J 14 Col.' Giltm : ' 1 hereby report the operations of xae oeiaoxment tinder my command, be tween the 6tli and 13th days of July. ''The detachment was composed of one - Lieutenant, three Sergeants, three Corpor is, and fifty two Privates, of " A " Cotn ptpy, one Lieutenant, one Sergeant, one Corporal, and eighteen Privates, of " B " Company; one Gun, two Sergeants, and thirteen Privates, of "C" Company, and fire Privates of "D" Company. . We left eamp, near Fort Mann, at noon em the 7th of July, proceeding Southward ly about twenty-five miles ; we encamped on Crooked Creek, a branch of the Cimer o river. We proceeded, on the 8th, down Crooked Creek to its mouth ; thence down the Cimeron, on the north side, until near sunset, when, from an .eminence near the river, I discovered a grove of timber on the south side, extending as far south as my eyes eould reach. I determined at once to examine it, and for that purpose crossed ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 August 1848

1 IOWA. The returns from this State are incomplete, but ihow considerable demo cratic gains- KENTUCKY But partial returns have been reoeived, but sufficient to elect Crit tenden. The legislature will be largely whig- . ILLINOIS. the returns received ren r it certain that Major Harris, Dem., has been elected over Judge Logan in the dis trict now represented by Mr. Lincoln, whig. This was the strongest whig district in the State. Col. Baker, (W.,) is said to be elect ed in the Jo Davis district. 3TJ" Our thanks are due the Hons. Thos. Fitzgerald, Jjhn S. Pielps and WiHard P. Hall, for copies of congressional speeches and papers sent to this office. GEN. BUTLER ACCEPTS. Washington, August 9. In the Union of this morning. Gen. But ler'a letter of acceptance is published. He refers o the resolutions of the Baltimore Convention and approves of them unquali fiedly as an exposition of his principles. A despatch in this morning's Union con tains further returns from North Carolina, stating t...

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 August 1848

ZAKitTiiLC, Ohio, June 19.1848. , To th Editor of the Aurora: Suf Inthe ZanesviHe Courier of this I noticed an article headed The Srohen Sword? in which it is stated that th honor of braking his sword is "bor rowed, or rather stolen capital;" that it wax Gen. McAitbur, and not Gen. Lewis Cass, who broke his sword at the time of Hull's surrender. Now it may be that Col. Mc Arthttr did break his sword, for he was a brave man; but if he did, the writer of this did hot see or hear of it at the time. But I did tee Col. Cass break his sword at the pickets where Gen. Brock the British commander met Colonels McArthur and Cass above the Well Springs, below De troit. I was standing within six feet of Col. Cast at the time ; ana never will forget the Indignation and mortification he exhibited t the time. These silly attempts t3 deprive Gen. Cass of bis patriotism and courage, made by men or ions of men who kept shady in those dark days, will only have the effect to rally to his standard all th...

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 August 1848

DEMOCRATIC JUNNER. rsBUBO BVBBT HlBtT. t jr.MJU&Xt Priprlefr. - , TERMS: $2 ia advance; $2 50 at the eud of the volume. K nun' paper will be discontinued unlet uie ,U paid " uptotke time ef lU discontinu- ADVERTISING done very 'All Utters on business must be post paid. POETRr. From the Christian Reflector. WHEN IS THE TIME TO DIE. 1 asked the glad and happy child, Whose baud were filled with flower". Whose ailvery laugh rang free and wild Among the vine wreathed bower I erased the aunny path, and cried, When ia the time to die ?M. "Not yet! not yet!" the child replied, And a wiftly bounded by. I rtkedstrtften; baclt "the"ftrew ' The tresses of her hair ; Grief'a traces o'er her cheek I kn2W, Like pearls they glistened there ; A flush passed o'er her lily brow, I heard her apirit sigh ; "Not now," she cried, 40 no! not now ( Youth ia no time to die!" I asked a mother, as she pressed Her first born in her arms, , As gently ou her tender breast She hushed her babe's alarm ; In quiv...

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 August 1848

.T-HB BANNER. E. C f. F. HURRAY, Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY AUG. 21 "Ifwtare not ttruck with Judicial blind ness, we shall cling to this Constitution at Vu mariner clings to the last plank, when night and the tempest close around him. Liwis Uass. FOR PRESIDENT, Gen. Lewis Cass, OT MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, CrEN. Wm. 0. Butler, OF KENTUCKY. Electorsor President and Vice President. 1st District-JOHN C. WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd 3rd 4th a; 7th w II 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. TRUSTEN POLK, of St Louis. sacrifice of eonlit tency, duty, tod self-res pect: And whereas, These nomination so made furnish the occasion and demonstrate the necessity of the onion of the people under the banner of ree Democracy, in a solemn and formal declaration of their indepen dence of the Slave Power, and of their fixed determination to rescue the Federal Con stitution from its control. Resolved, ther...

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 August 1848

.' .v ."" ' - JppourTMEJrrs b y the psesi. By and m& '(fvice consent of the Andrew J. Donelson, of Tennessee, to be envoy extraordinary and minister pleni potentiary of the United States to the Fed eral Government of Germany. . CONSULS OF THX UNITED ShaTXS. Alfred H. P. Edwards, of Connecticut, forthe Philippine Islands, in the place of H. P. Stnrgis, resigned. - Fredrick V. B. Morris, for the port .of Batavia, in the island of Java, in the place of Owen M. Roberts, deceased. ; The Grand Lodge of Missouri, on Wednesday of its session, went into a choice of officers for the College. Wel kins Tannehill of Nashville, Ten... favor ably known an. author was elected President and Prof, of Languages; A'. Patterson, formerly of Fayette, MoProf, of Mathematics: and Wm. Cameron of Charleston. Va.. Tutor. Tliese gentlemen re JiLrljMoko,ofind the College will The sale of schollarships in the' College deferred until next may .Bruntwicker. The Senate has confirmed- the nomina tonof Gen. Pillo...

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 August 1848

LINES. . i. fwkr enct, ' laughing sprite, . r , A joyous, beauteous little tiling, With fairy form, and step to light, -.: We called her " bird upon the wing. From morn till night her spirit slaved 1J ' O'er her joung face io many a smile; Bright bones grew in her heart like buds, ; ; Nor did she dream of care or guile. 1 ' Again we met in after years, " When eighteen simmers o'er her threw ' A beaety, that slept on her cheek, At on the rose the morning dew: No shadow rested on ber brow, And on her heart a blight ne'er fell; She seemed a star, beaming on earth, A bird, a beauty, and a spell ! Tears fled, and only ence again I gazed npon her willowy form; Bat oh! huw chang'dl the beauteous flowe'r Bad droop'd beneath the ruthless storm Too soon the weight of erief had filled . Ber heart with sorrow,, care and gloom- swept from her spirit all its joy, -' - And from her cheek its rosy bloom. Another year had flown away, - Bat never more was heard - The gentle, mellow, music-tones. Of o...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
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