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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 28 August 1848

.. " JK- n mi nf i Will ii I II ' " " 1 " .. .,.4 .11 1,1 ... i h;t,Vi1 3Vr TtlS?-) "V ign rTi VMe72 . fir . WPfZSl ii i! I I 1 1 II, II lU r LJfjil. 11,1! tin ll-flr ,U.;;il..ti , ! ... .-.ml tfl .. ru iv ii ii Hit n Fti ;:m: ,b . hhwk I ; . - - 1 : DEaiOCBATIC BANNER.' 9;n advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume 5 kai pPr 'dl be discontinued unless the! i :j r- nwA tw tm r if. ii.rnnunu- aTjg pam ivi mum.., m.w w. - - ance, ipaid..,, ADVERTISING" done Verj tb All Utferton'.buamess must be post f POETRY. GEN. BUTLER A POET. ""' f From the-followine beautiful poem it will be seen that illustrious Butler, U lrte the great Lamirtlne, Hot only a Democrat!,; and a Patriot THE EOAT HORN.- '-'fit 1c . .ft BT WM. 0. BUTI.EE. O, boatman ! wind that horn again, For -never did the list'ning ail" Upon its lambent bosom bear . " So wild, so soft, ojjwt a.stpiia! . What" though' Ihy notes' are sad and few, -; By every simple boatman Mown, " Yetji,eaohpuUe to nature true, And melody in every tone...

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

TSLGttKfHlC DESPATCHED Pkom nx Sr. Loom Dmiok. r,..,:, . r ' Cincinnati, Aug. 19,1848. Secret correspondence . to tb Tribune, VubUa August Sd. . No ne wsnaners do tell the tratK Mncnn ing the battle to Sletenaler, but from all we earn iearu w people have bad a great tic torvl Gen McDonald, tlie commander is killed nd fix thousand troops are killed and wounded. The road for three milet ii cov red with the dead. We have alto inspir ing intelligence that Kilkenny and Limer ick nave oeen taken by the people. Ane DeorjIA Of llnnhlin hit. ffnn it. thousands to assist in the country. O'Brien hat sixty thousand men aronnd him. B. Dillon was wounded in both legs. Mr. Meagher was alio wounded in both armt. It is generally expected that Dublin will rmm ..J mUm.U .v.. -M must m.Mim. UIC laua. On Saturday night, August 6th, the third buffa. Regiment of Infantry turned and fought with the people. The 8th regiment i Auuone (ouent with the people. The Irish affairs are renerallv user ore rated by t...

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

tup vnRTH WRSTP.H GeA. Taylor was nominate! for his availabili-j ,;r,W.iJT. He m to rr tb ISorlh nmiiwi-- , , . .. ill bv overwhelmimr maiorities. All mm tnmxl to the Northwest to behold the ef fect. Wisconsin hd jut her rova rounds into L o.i a.r.k the Whig host and the other States ot me nonu west were soon to take their place, Tor or against, the brave old volunteers, Cms and Butler. The fury of the Democratic storm has blinded Tayloriem. The nor'wester has chilled them -ra than a bitlinir Nnvember'a fnwt To the ha rounds from Wisconsin have been added i but we will arrange all in order . Iowa - - - -Wisconsin -Illinois - - - 4 4 9 7 12 3 Missouri Indiana Arkansas 38 We oan safelv sav now that North Carolina is . TV,. . rmtn the Nnrthwest has iust VUl.. UO "Willi ..w.m WflL- reached "old Kentuck" and reduced her Whig nlitritv. Bv November Whiireery will be in m. bad fix." We almost fear that it will be too mk to make future fizhts interesting. The figures can now be summed up for...

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

TEkabthly BUSS. Jlej spader's, most attenuated thread . -J cord, is cable to man'i tender tie Oaear&ly bliss it break at every breeze. The pleasures of. this, world are so tran tttarrand fleeting that it seems crime for naaXapats his days in frivolous pursuits, tipprj jirbst bfora to-morrow's sun shall go dosrn, will become as mist and vapor.. The wetainty of life, the dark, veil which cov er the feturefrom the piercing eves of man. the ignorance of what a .day. might bring . forthbave salutary effect upon the thoughtful', and wean them from a too great love of the world, its pleasures, or of them ielvesgyough' tiere.be a few who, live to the ace of, threescore- years and ten, it ts.pj guarantee! that we shall live till then. xleaitD and youth are not to oe renea on, for the nipping frost often destroys in ao hour thefairest flower, and the lightning from heaven ofteri rends the sturdy oak. If: we.place our hearts pon the riches of me wora, iney iaae away oeiure our sigm, and 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. — 4 September 1848

J . MMS)SSS1MI""MM" . -.rV ! .- . . . i i i I - - . . i ifiuiinmif o4T,, J t y.tfPBttAT, rrwrrlcter. ' Jfeadvence;.$2 50 a tie end of the volume. ian'i paper will be discontinued utile" the i be paid for opto the time of tu ditoonunu ADVERTISING done very loto-J 'AM letter n business must be pot paid. ' '" PQ ETR Y, From the Boston Daily Timet. THE SOLDIER'S REPLY TO THE, WHIG APPEAL FOft HIS VOTE. .,.,,,:M;,:iiTi.iWM-'; Gin yoamy voUl Nel aaltaeave Xhi battered body from the grew." Tow perjured party I discUum Treason la nature, whig in name. Tp those who would my reuon know, . : , r TJji thi: I've fought in Mexico. . . " TOSJetnro' ir fotki swept grape and tkelL Ael'yieMed none, though hundred! Tell, each who sank in the advance rTes spitted by brigand's lanee, TVUewe oar country' color bore -, Triumphant through our battle's roar, . ; . You gave, the murderous foeman aid, YjW whetted each. assassin's blade; Ye, to the cowards courage gave, leaped curses on your country brave And ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 4 September 1848

K.o V at nu.s jiii-jii. : j-.ii yi Wagaria. SEVEN DAYS LATER 'FROM 1 -EUROPE! ' l''-' uNeVYorlr,-August 31-10, m. The steamer Magaria arrived, this even fag at thii toft,' bringing seven days later uwuinig iruui fiurupe. . one Itll Silver pI on the 19th Inst ant, making the trip in thirteen da$U : M IriletidLThi a'e counts from the unfor- . t99t country, state the arreit of Meaeh ? Q'Doqoghoi nd Doheny. L The police fno.tfou.ten ol the 'British army were in pjursuit of : U'Uorraso and other Confeder ates. , ' , . - f . ArreiU continued to take place in every partot country. . . '. b Smith 0?Bryea was toon to bare hit tri , . Tranquility prevailed but the people far iron being well disposed toward tbe au thorttet,ofthe country-.! . Several Irishmen and chartists' had been arrested iu England, for usiag seditious lan . A letter was found on O'Brien, after his apprehension, from: DuSy, (of the "Na tioi"Bewspaper,) of highly treasonable carac4er,,,edii written after the open re bellion ...

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

'" H '"yipi'ri IT s Uw nit is ao peadioz mt Prrak&rd, KyM principle flctrSfUiipto telegraph in or otirDOftf lU tJa6td Slates. Messrs Morse, Kend4) .Fvniith contend for the nonopofflwd'-fleArf : O'Rielly, the be're of the principle western lines, opposes mis papei Juf Plnlv ,vnio'i 1 oonty, by .Messrs. Giddings end Variover, has made its appearance 'upon bur tabie.-j ft' presents a seat. appearance, and, is, inte resting both in its news anil editorial de partmehts as an evident of it good taste in selections It lupports tne'Flag of Casji nd Butler at its mast head. Success , to the enterprise. i-v '' .' ' ' ,: 1Iisi!.-..'a'OBIXl7AIlir. " (COMMUNICATED. Ofi, snatched away inbeautie'a bleem V It is (Wr foalnf q! duty to record the death! of Natter J. A. SAKDta, daughter of Har old and Naoma Sanders,'. She died at her father'e'reaidencein WaTrenton on the 21st iiut, in the 18th year of her age, of Gastro Euteritis. : . :M -. i -w'J ' ' 1 ' ;! : : in the demise of Miss Sanders we le...

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

)! iTown QnJ iuances. NO. 64 ; ft Ordinance in relation to Drove, Hack- "net Varriagee, and other Vehicles. EV it Ordained by the board of trustees of sue vown m uouisiana, as innows : SeQ.; 1, r N person shall, within the lim iU'of the town corporation, without com plying with the provisions of this ordinance, lire oat, or keep for hire, or use, or cause to bo. used fur hire, in the transportation of persona or property, from one part of the town to another, or from placet within the . town to places without, or from places witoout tne town to places within the town, ,ee. or nny llfl;t.er , t(ie ,OWM. .tH,in ,) ay nacaney carnage, omnibus, dray, cart Ujlioil to Aitm.v, MllfP( ,v -lie, j,r. AVWBMAM M .H . II ttm lit... ... imMnnf n.t ! J . --" .iii ""Miiwrj' i'iri lerenee or in-t ruction, he sn'M-cl ! l'e one or property in or upon any such vein-j ., 0f . fi.,,. ,f , M, ,., ,,, J . . . lar nor more than ninety dollar for every bee. 1- Any person desiring to keev or'illcfl off,.,,,,,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 September 1848

JL . . . ,- -Mr, , , - J 1 limillU. Illl Ill IH I IN ! 'J I..IM!HJIII U.M U Jill m.m ipimiu i.i.i " . V . Handing on other partt of ti whart f PBMOCKATIO BANKER. itfg&iiTit,!kowiT,,, t i mbm ii . t I . I : ; 1 19 IE r tad B 111 II - 1 ' H ft 1 II II Bl II - Htn S VIM IT1 fkW ' I. i" J "S " T - j-t' w J - Pa iv no m b r m MmmiM: i . TRRMS: ajn advance; $2 COattbeeud of theyotoute. yip pper will be discontinued unless the taosi paid ft1 up to the time of itt diseontina VjtDPBRTlSTJrQ done very low. AH letterson buiness mast be post paid. " : POETRY. FEMALE FAITH., V . ,.,e mas i. . i She tove jou when the soimy light Of blUa was on your brow ; That bli has sunk in sorrow's night, And yet she loves you now. r ;. She loved you when your joyous tone , Taught' every heart to thrill ' The. 'sweetnesVor that tongue is gone, And yetshe loves you still. She loved you when 'you proudly stept, The gayest of the gay ; . The, pride the blight of time has swept, s Unlike her love, away. She lo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 September 1848

..Tr. "IjiidUargei or shall in any other . manner, w4 4fi,w vuuipij wiu any oi uie foregoing prpvpioasof this ordinance, shall farfajVaqd pay not less than five nor more than,nucty dollars, for each offence. iaecf, to. vpo mucn ot section O oi an lTdionce entitled "An ordinance to pro vide for, the erection of a wharf." nassed January 3d, ,1848, as fixes the rates of wharfage, and ordinance No. 63 entitled an "Ordinance authorizing the contractors for DUiioing toe whart to collect wharfage,' and all other ordinances or parts of ordln ances contrary to the provisions of this or dinanne, are hereby repealed. . Sec 16. This ordinance to be in force from and after the first day of September, i4By. rased August 28th, 1848. EDWIN DRAPER, -i ' Chairman B. T. Atttit, P. Dsapek, Cl'k. B. T. 6i j '. , i - No. 67. Jin Ordinance to privide for the improve' mint of certain streets, and to aid in the bbildxng of JVbix Creek Bridge. Belt ordained by the board of trustees of the town of Louisiana, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 September 1848

j. upt'ioa of the akin. Indeed, Lis whole1 irtem bote the marks of Wing saturated Sth diseased.' One had and wrist were " i -CP..,. A that hi. hail Inat the Uie of M TOUCH o' w 7T. the hand, every Prt covered with deeo. peiniul. ana . onersive nicers, nnu vera as f"""" 7- eomh.'Jt waS at tn,s 8taKe of hlB com" plaint, wnen ueaiimppeareuiuowivauic gi I W fc 1 , the use of Jayns Alternative, and having taken sixteen bottles, is now penecuy "This Alternative operates through the .:..,i;n. nutifiea the blood, and eradi- eatea diseases from the system, whatever located, and the numerous cores it has per formed in diseasea of the Skin, Cancer, Scrofula, Goitre, Liver Complaint, Dyspep sia, and other Chronicle disseases, is truly astonishing. CurewarraniaU Jsyn's Ague Pills, which may be had at No. 8 South Third street Philadelphia, ire warranted to cure u- ,,., fnrm of Fevar and Ague. 7he money will be refunded in all cases, if they fail to cure but they never ao jait. Pponftivd nnlv bv D...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 11 September 1848

' ' A BRAVE OLD SOLDIER. Tns bdtiejora Argus ttyc Mr. Jamee lieDooald,of westCambridge, Man., pas tad through bare on Sunday week on hi waj 1 Frederick city, Md., to ft bis daughter, the wife of Dr. Biglow. He pratcni'ad himself to be th brother of Set gout McDonald, wbo tricked the old tory at of btf horse Selim says he ii io his 97 year, and was in 32 engagements was at the battf of, Lexington and Bunker Hill, Burgoyne'e army, lasting six days recriv 4 two wounds at the battle of Brandy wine -til at the battles of t! Cowpens, 17th Jaanary, 1779 received three wounds at the battle of Camden, under the brave D Kalfc fought at Gilford Court House, un A$r Sea. Green was at the Paoh massacre &., Vc. fought in the late war, under Scott, t Bridgwater was his Adjutant. His son Ve iii the same battle, and Inst an arm b ew TO yean old post-master at upper faadssky Oliio. He says his twin brother, Tisaothy, died five years since, st Provi deat. What h the roost remiikable, he is f aeu'rf...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 September 1848

'-. rl' '-L 1 'II T JfV- p. aJtmtB A.Y. Proprietor. jUiaxirao&ei S2 80 at theutud of the volume JJi flfri's pJer wiH be discontinued unless the mhm pail for ppfothe time of its disoontiwi J314DFERTISLYG done very Iouk A.TI letter on Easiness must be pot paid. - MONDAY - V- SEPIV18. i JJisJli LVIjmL . &Pi Oil Ju i i t i Mill .ii mm if ? ,.. .11 m 11 1 , l m , jail nmm ea w t i n j 'n , v it . T i "United 'We Stand Ditidid WFallv -XT Vol. 4. PLOUISIANA,.PlKE COUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER ISl'iS" " ' $6.ti. WHO ARE! THE TREE SOIL MEN AT , ;,. THE NORTH? - ' rrvi . J ...... ATTP.NTinv; CANDIDATES!! an qwreon answers -w oar ca T:n J-.' h0 h.ve bean en- "tufaetionby on. among the .West fcnd fiiu uivog raiwu - a. -.f i- 1 j .L: -m . Rann.r .....umosiprojnineMoi uiawnignwii . woaiHwrQ ; ,4.,.-- lowimj article; 'We commend its remarks r."r ? - r::::,;:: to the calm consideration of the farmer! of ro't be bacKwara, genue... r , ,-.. .... umoan, wnu iuuk tipuu oi.tvij !. tion n-l...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 September 1848

a a. &JL.-Jaa1 tC X T BggRATt palters. LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. rmincu incmum. Jutv. Dr. lplbura drew vit id ami !. BwibnrMriui in mumri. We DSd the SaUsIiCtiOn Of hfariKP On aiicut mi.lnil hrtufrn thai vioil.n. f nnr.ar "Tk. It f.nia Br,.tJS.-; J . I J ' Monday, the 7lh imU at Bowling Green, f the aduiin.Mriionand what would have op asreat babbline. about the Barnbnrnera B :J 1 . .... - .' .... . . r. - . speeches api.n the Presidential queiion,Wtihcd had il.e behests'of Wl.iggeij been'in St., Louis Free Soil ticket; in Mif- . .-j ... ........... ... ... ..u.s- ituui tan aiuioii iiwiiig MWVIIIHIIN nnnuMaa Democrat! and Tavlnr F.I.t..ra f.. , I. r n ... . I .l . .... -il. l u .1 .. . vVWil AlaWea : j ..... ... . nun . vunirrH w Kn uc . arm, iw uiv- guru ourtn cniiaEu iu iiayren one wno aid !iii.....in:.i.;..i u . t I. . .. n . . ... ' ... ... i r.iKrr,ini wrwrrrifcum; aoutn-wesieru irouurr wuen i ex- not live in ftlusouri, or taxo a Democratic u$ar not struck v lUktatkUnd aaat t fl ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 18 September 1848

FM thc St. Lotia Union. " pSLBCHAPttlC DttAttlUJ, ARWTAl, OP THE 4 : euro pa. ? ' Net York, Sept. 14 steamer Buropa arrived to-day from fajrnrpoot, bringing seven days later ..aavi- m fWim Enmna. The favourable representation of 'the drops in this country, carried out "by the United State induced American descrip- . m . . . tm 0 1 1 ionsoi oreeastuix 10 oe oacrcu iixeij, ajbrding large' choice, . Provisions moved -slowly, with a disposi lion on the part of holders to take lower! prices. . . -' Liverpool Corn Exchange, Sept. 1. ' The duty has declined tliis week one ahil ling per quarter on wheat and sixpehse an 1h4. ttmt. knani. neaa and rice. Wht hat declined 3da4d per bushel fret and bonded.. . ' Sack flour are two shillings and barrel flour one shilling lower than laat report There has been no change in oats or baT- lay.' . :: Oatmeal Las declined 1 shillirg per quar ter.' "' ' There is a better demand for Indiana corn for shipment than there was oo JhurS Tbe demand for Cotton 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. — 18 September 1848

slo-jfr aftonoe (o priwiitijLit iht fatjre ljnt&of curtain trtett,-andto aid in Vie tUrtUfaiBd by the'Bokrd of trustees of fcthjl tawn of Louisiana,: a fblldwa ; ' ' 1 i.- i no enairnen Of the' Hoard is hereby authorized io-rnter into contract HHm person or ponidna for the fcrad-j iofc tad guttering, according to the gene fc4aV required ty ordinance ?d.' 69, of neral 10 184S. JOHN T-MARTIN'S far-famel and noted Established ' Warehouse '' for '.. " ' ? CHEAP AlfD FASHIONABLE Z CLOTHING!! No. 118, (Formerly A"o. 114,) MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO uohof Third street as He between Sooth Carolina and Georeia atreets. and between Georgia and Tennessee streets, or either of "wMttch contract to be approved by (he board of trustees, and to be .completed in auqh time as said contract sbsJt specify. of jXhe contractor c or ,aidsimprove nentY shall be required to, receive a cer ttc4te.r eooorate bond iLe : town for the amount of such contract, payable- hot IbetTemendous large, by Tar exceedin...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 September 1848

r- DE3I0CBATI0? BANKER. ; l'.iii m yTi.Hi ii 1? ..;;rf' Tie. iPelimMH Cft-r" .1 rThe Senate) -etefld- Q wljjs, HJtr6SaO- -'"I 'foMCBiUy, jPreprietgr,,,, - Pi! MM n ill W; . r : M: w4f4itt&g2 50 ittnelua bf &e yotue.' tf rffi F?,for, !1Ptthc'time tis.'iliscogtjfltt .,!v All letters -on business most ot pgj-- PO ETR Y. f .v;i .,!, ... fFrom Goder'i Ily!3- .v ;M ACTUM!! WCHJffc' i i iThe melancholy day are come, The faddestotth , ' TfcYgolden leaves are lUl!lJf Ibtj' 1 The crimson ones sre turning pal " With terror at the wintry blast,- m ,Tkat rushes by WKa mournfol wail, ... At if tow thm to bring t Destruction on it rapid wtog. iLesfaker leaf omi sighing To join iti fellow on tne earra The golden hue sot n turn to brawn. , Beneath the tree that gaveit birth; v Those naked branches seem to boot To feel their offspring from them borne.'' How melancholy ,ti to see ( ;. ... , , : ' ; The beauties of. th earth decay! How sad it u to think that wer , Like all the rest, must pBts m...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 September 1848

we "P Jl R R A I.I FV 12 SEPT. 25. C C S. F. HURRAY, Editors. JjOUISUNA. MISSOURI. A?Iftoeare. mdrtruck with Jmlinalblind. .,, we Khali dint L, this Cnstitidum a .. mariner rings i.t me taut plank, when jl night and the tempest close around him. Lkwis Cam. : FOR PRESIDENT, GfiN. Lewis Cass, V ..' T MICHIGAN. 'Jt SljV- . FOR-VICE PRESIDENT, . Gen Wm. 0. Butler, ; .1- V or KKKTUCXT. .JZledar.nfar President and lire President. Dislrict-JOHN C. WEI.BORN. or Pike. . 2nd., t A. M'KINNEY. of Ruiidoloh. ' E.B. EWING.oT Ray. CD. II ILL. of Lafayette. B. F. M ASSEY, of Ltwrence. ' J. II. It ELFE, of Washington. ' " " TRUSTEN POLK, of Stl Louis. .4th , 5th 6th 1 TR . uAn Jtistciathn'of Gentlemen." Nt who are sounding the Abolition current in .the political waters, and desire. to prnpa ' gate doctrines that would overwhelm their . naked names with odium, seek to thrust . their peculiar riews before the eye of the .people, by virtue of the above irresponsible association of words. These men are ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 September 1848

1 One: Cent Reward. ThavVan Bore adectorial Ticket in iltoj f diadaNs coinpasrf A" ileifrn Wiiga, threed 'TC&in? Ifeinocrata ana iwo oia abouuous. . -.- -. - 7 , .7n? T 1- -fi qrMfnfc inUajndtiB'ure.lappren- Tl.wiune.. i!m w. tidi mmsd, William Sive. tinMlMl vt 18 in Tan wen owvf saeai . year. age. The above reward will be pai.V A j'ii "S' j I10' pprahenaion end delivery to me. - All .TotlieHciteiiiyw J'tter I o PfrMn cautioned not to harbor I.im er giif Wit feel .nyelf-at Kbrtno express my J"" " "!K.LeLto A..lrnnH.iM."Rra. 7tir t Mr. Iiri-r"'...' "J 13.. 1848. I bold ii opinion Which I wonld not feadily proclaim to my assembled ewhrtry- men. (e. Taylor tj Uapt.'Jiuuim, m- prilZS, 1848. - ' When yon heir a calling almost rery one a fool, you can Kt Mm down as one of the same sort. ' , BOWEL JI.YD SUM MB ft COM ' PLALYr JVO'CM&AW PAY. Dr. Jay-iie, will guarantee that his Cam inative Balsam will cure Dinrrl cea, Colics, Cramp. Griping, Pains, Colera Morbus, Summer Cumpatht, an...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 25 September 1848

tlans ant Answers. nr mmnc -4Geiw Ctobe anofficet of,tl.e high. ftfp8itUef ..: Gen. Harrison, in hit report 4 tf int OMtw or the Thaiiei. 4 - ..- : Who admits that Gen. Cast U an amia Me kindheafted man," and that hs char- k .acteru unimpeachable?" John Van Bu Who taid that when lie wanted a thing well done, he gat a Butler Co do it? Lafay- tte. , W-ho is one of the Butlers? ' The demo cratic candidate for the Vice Presidency Takiho a Shows Bath. "Well, lea Jeohhow did your wife manage her shower Mnir inquired Dr. ''Site has had real good luck. Madame - Moody told her how she managed. She said Che bad a larre oiled mile can. with a cane to it like a fireman's, that came all over her boulders and" a i . i 'She's a fool for her rains, that's not the 'tray. 'So my wife thought' 'Your wife did nothing of the sort, I hope.' , . : UU, no, doctor, she used an umbrelly. 'What! used an umbrella! What the mischief good did the shower bath do her?' : - 'She said she felt better. Her clothes - ...

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