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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 October 1848

DEMOCRATIC BANNER . tiiuini) xvtav boxs-at ' r.flnJRRAYt lffrietr TERMS: ' 2in&avanoe; $2 50 at the and of the volume, Ne man's paper will be discontinued unless the. tame be paid for up to the time of itt discontmu ance. AD VER TISLYQ done very fow.r All Icttere on business mutt be post paid. PO 13TRY-' LOVE DESTROYED. 'Meet thte ?' yea, 111 meat tbee now, With passionless, unruffled brow, With cerelest air, and placid bee Tho wilt not find a single trace Of the deep love once, written there ; -Or read one line of grief or care, To feed thy pride, in faoe or form; If aught is seen there, 'twill be town. For 1 have read thy fickle mind, And seen thee heartless, false, unkind Unto another far more fair f ( ThIT&3; pm,trt fcrvely Clare,) - Titan her thou now dost humbly woo ; Whose lost love thou shalt vainly sue ; Whose trustitig heart and broken peace Were once the sport of thy caprice. It is my joy, it was my pride, To think that I should be thy bride; To dwell upon the lov...

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

f - -S "S 4f T Jtl fi B A i i E K. 1IOK0AY . OCT. 2 E. C J F. "flTRRAT. Editor. ' 10U13IANA, MISSOURI. "If me are ntt struck with. Judicial blind- ntt.we shall cling to thi Constitution a the marinifclings to the last plank, when night and the tempest close arvuna htm Lewi Ciss.' ' ' ,, t, FOR PRESIDENT, GfiNi Lewis Cass, ' .OF MICHIGAN. ;v -i - FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Gen. Wm. 0. Butler, . OP XENTBCXT. . Elector for President and Vice President. lit District JOHN WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd 3rd 4th 6th 6th 7th A. M'KINNEY, of Randolph.' E.B. EWING,of Ray. G. D. HALL, or Lafayette. B. F, MASSEY, of Lawrence! i J.R. RELFE, of Washington. M- '. - - (( . . TRUSTEN POLK, of St. Louis. GRAND De in o c rat i c R a ll.y ! The Democracy of Northeastern Mis souri, will assemble in Mass Meeting at Patmvra, on Friday the 6th day of Octo ber next : All who desire the .election of those ' eminent Statesmen, bravo Soldier.! zealous Patriots and sound Dcmocxats CASS and BUTLER, are invited to at tend.'1 1 ....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 2 October 1848

bit 'jf.Jt Bad At the free inil convention Tiindy,Ho. JohnS- Pjirk, who has F been knon as one of the,most popu-' It a 1 etfi 'it-nt whig Stamp speakers in the Tat, but who has not fully bolted -Taylor iJ liis f iction, in speaking of the dark tlaJ ot ..xa uuuu ;;" ,":T. substantial Bridge across the Noix C ale.l the ..,. of a certain "Sd:,cent l0 this fown if 8entiaU, ec( gttau ,i ... ,s . . ..rj'ry j. n-iital d ctnne of the free sutlers, said.. 'i.i. i i i .11 bSiipP's'o v person nna urcn iaiiu m deaf and dumb when Questioned 1. . tie auiieci. reminos me, fee ad led, "of a very common practice in dir criminal courts. Very often, when enu'isel fur some great rascal, who could yt say a word without implicating himself, 1 have said to him, if the court puti any n ipsti'in to you, hold your tongue: say your mi-iii i.as ani-isrii vnu wn "" -.- (Great Cheering.) Bos. Post. II U Vn mrmrrp. a drlft-Ste to the Bufftlo convention, protest against its pro- ceedings, manly for the reason mat ...

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

LA r A Handsome AjHogy.Ths Pittsburg GqnMnarcUl Journal, a leading Whig paper, thus apologises for the wrong it did Gen. CiH, b publishing that infamou Maud speculation" itory : "At this imputation upon Gen. Can wn published by at, we bold it no more than due to that gentleman, to truth, and to our own character, to give equal publicity to what appears to ui to be a moat complete refutation of the charge." After copying that portion of Mr. Ker oheval'a letter, which the Daily Advertiser of thii city mean! j omitted, it adds: We feal bound to aay that Gen. Cass must be acquitted of this charge at least. urk Eagle. The following is a Whig calculation of Taylor's chances, made by a correspondent Of the JVetv York Tribune. " Give Taylor all the States Clay had xcept Ohio, adding New York, Georgia, Louisiana and Florida, and he will lack 9 votes of an election. So (taking off Ohio,) he must carry Pennsylvania or Vir gm to elect bun, which J. I. V. says can i be done." Jndgo Young, Commis...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 October 1848

it '3 j - anlsaaw an aanJ. WTwiTTrfWwTn? da iat tha.Tav- f hp itikt snnr ' j 4 : Stance: $2 80 of the volume, NLrtmrWUItfar d tmie the .wlAU fi OIW-. Haaiacenu" ti-jt -TTTT I iSiL watcknW WW aheen, dream eThose mWiA', iew3 Shriik ifiai despair) rA itjj tai that biaterjr's TewMJbowt, jrigf4 that thinvtaendtBg doom -;,. 8hadow'd thy country' wreck.. : . Wearily on the morning came, ,, .Up-rose the lurid sun: . . 'Bet ere the conun evening' close Spread ,its dark pall o'er friend and foe, Mid the fierce battery' oontant flame, 'By deed that win immortal lame ' i-' Gupultepec was won. ' ' Cees'd then the 8worTs vindictive blows, -Aad Mercy kper'da cowering Ibe: Whea first the thrillinjr shout arose,: '. ' Oawd to Mexico 1' . i. ' .Dark masses e'er the caseway pour, ., . . Oar tUrrr banner flaunts before, .!.- j:, And echoing by the lakelet shore, , . !: Thro' the high arch's span, . Is Daon' brave battery's sullen rear, .. .. Heard thundering in die van. ; Fiercely, but vain, the swarth...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 October 1848

OCT. 9. UCt.ft AJ, HtTUUT.Xditon. flpISJANA.' MISSOURI. ,uJjte tfjto not-struck with Judicial blind nesw.4kall cfinglto this Constitution at the tnariner clings to the last nlanJc. when night and the tempest close around hinu v FOB PRESIDENT, -..s. 'Tj-j" FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Mi s-: vi .WiTOcitir,'.t;? .; j:i Elector for President anal Vice President. 1st Di.trict-OHN CWELBORN.of Pike. 2bJ'I ' . -'Ai'rKINNEYiof Randolph. 2.B.1EWING, of Ry." 4th " G. D. HALL,' or La&jette. 4 B.T, MAi&EY, of Lawrence.' 6th J.H. RELFE.of Watingtou.'. . TRUSTEN POLK, of. St. Louis. . J37,If fny pf oar .town subscribers, fail to got their papers regularly, they, will ob Kg of by boiling at the office and miking thafacl known. ;'-" t ., Th Kast MeettDKat Yror. . JOar'rind will ojbferfi$i'' this week's Sooner genera invitation, . given to the etttxons oL aorth "Eastern Missouri to. at tend a Mass Meeting tf the friends of Can and Baler,'tb be held al Troy on the 21st .Mh, cabuj, u) , w( inuii . prom...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 October 1848

1 life's BttfrisEk ,: rT - The Democrats of Lincoln having do Wined to hold .GRAND MASS MEET INO at Tray, on Me 21tf ins.,-and being desirous that all should partake of the "flow r .oul and feast of reason" to be served un nn that occasion, take this ! method of xtendine an invitation to one and all, Whiwa and Democrats to be present. The Hons. J. R. Atchison, Jas & Green, Jai. B.BowUn. John Jameson, Wm. V. JIT. Bmi. and other distinguished men are confidently expected. No greater induce m.t can he offered to those at a distance to be present than the announcement that those distinguished gentlemen will be in at tendance. -;: : , i twv 'Th CoMstrrrM or Irtitatiok, Troy, Oct. 6th;iS48. ' 5 CIRCDIT ATTORNEY. ; l We are requested to state' that A. WV Lamb, Esq., our present Circuit . Attorney, .ill be a candidate to refil that office at the ensninz election in Jtavembr. The counties, composing this; the third Judicial circuit, are Manes, ium,rue, monigom ery, Warren, Lincoln and St...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 9 October 1848

Tlae rraSawsua at fei lUnziUa Stains. iFrtnckmaw-Uu my gooia1 friend, lhave autwtUi mm dUSoulty--oee very strange wank bow you cau H-o-u-g-h ? -Hitor HuC!' I. r. v fticneAmahTniUm-ffuffjud Snuff jas-spw o--o-ug-n, na r ( TJbr Oh oo, bo; sftftls S-n-u-double-f. IM tact if, wards ending in wgA are a lit tie irregular. ' ; Frenchman Ah, very good. 'Tisbeau' ful language. H-o-u-g-b it Huff. I will rcRajnber. And C-o-a-g-h ii Cuff, I have em bad 7e ha? :, , : . r . . JWjfwSm that u wrong. We uy - Frentkman-Kauf, eh bien. Huff und Amjjr ana pardonnes moi, now you eal la-g-h Zaf, ha? - TftwKo, not Datf". , JVeniSman Not Xto? Ah ! oui j I un derstand, it it Davff, hey F " TVforNo; D-o-u-g-b spells doe' Frtnckman-Doc ! It ia veH fioe: won derful language, it ia Doe ; and T o-u-g-b U:foe,crtainement. My beefsteak wae very foe. . Tutor Ok Ms no yon should say TV. Frrnchtnan-Tufff Le Diablo!" And the' thing the farmer uses, bow you call him, r-i-o-ti-g-h? Mtifohil yoasmUe; I tee i am Wrong, it ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 October 1848

11 t.jij.iin-wniiiwiriinwiiu! , iiTiwwrniirrrt-t,-i .,Ii-,ti - -- . - "-- ; DEMOCRATIC BANNER. 1 FClUSHM RVERV MOSDAT. . . , MURRAY, Proprietor, , ' , y ' TERMS: ; 2 In advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume. No mai' paper will be discontinued unless the saaw be paid for up to the time of its discontwu ace. -I' ; :'. - SS-JlDVERTISUfG done very iw-O 'All letters on business must be pest paid.. POETRY. ; From the Western SUr. - COMPARISON. T t .- Mao is the rugged lofty Pe ' ''That frowns on many wave beat shore; Woman, the slender, graceful vine, Whose curling tendrils twine Affd deck its rough bark sweetly o'er. ..I Man is the rock whose tow'ring crest ' Nods o'er the mountain's barren side ; WommV the soft and moss ,wt 'j That lores to clasp its sterile breast, ..; And wreath its brow in verdant pride. Man is the cloud of coming storm, ' Dark as the raven's murky plume, Save when the sunbeam, light and warm, Of woman's soul, and woman's form, Gleams brightly on the gathering gloo...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 October 1848

C V"' THE BAJVJVE R. UONDAY - OCT. 16.1 E. C I. T. HURRAY, Editors. . .LOUISIANA, MISSOUKL uffDtart. not' struck with Judicial blind- ness, we shall cling to this Constitution at the manner clings to the last plank, when nigra ana the tempest close around him, Lewis Cass. FOR PRESIDENT, : Gen. Lewis Cass, OF MICHIGAN. ' ' FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Gen. Wm. 0. Butler, OF KENTUCKY. Electors for President and Viae President. 1st District JOHN C. VVELBORN, of Pike. 2nd 3rd 6th A. M'KINNEY, of Randolph. E.B. EWING.of Bay. G. D. HALL, of Lafayette. B. F. MASSEY, of Lawrence. J. H. RELFE, of Washington. TRUSTEN POLK, of St. Louis f The Blast M eetlng at Troy. Bear in mind that it takes place on Sat brdat, the 21st. Able speakers are ex- pcted,.and accommodations for all. Let Pike send a delegation worthy herself, of the hospitality of Lincoln, and of the cause of Cass & Butler. Let there be an out pouring of the counties around that will cause the "dry bones" of Whiggery to trem ble for its ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 October 1848

thetuand eight hundred and twelve dollars and two cents for extra allowances; and tnis not ior c. -Tlor,i name is not to be foood in 'the documents containing the name of thosO wno nave oeen caueu upon at Tariou timet to render . important ser ried to the government, beyond their teg j.Iph neh Jackson.' Harrison uiai f . Cats. Scott, Gains, Macomb and others. That large amount was receivea uy Taylor, over and above his regular py. when performing only nis regular '- :i.t.r. Jt.t;u. Pan thA honest and KBIT uuumj , mv" - . 4.ii: ...J. ,.r !; nuntrv feel aught else than disgust and contempt lor those unscruptuous ana unpnoeK""- r . .nl iamaTftema ' who haVS D6611 10 loudly & perseveringly "ringing the chang r.. havincr received $63, W uvaa was vaa " 1" ; - aoa 4c r-'m1 iiwanees more than two-thirds of which was for expenses, and the remainder only for compensation ior . .. r must imnortant extra VMb OU1UUUI Wl uw ' ... servicewhile the availability military can- didate has received...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 16 October 1848

FEVER $ AGUE-J&rjr&S AGUE PlLL$ ire tofo under ja ' GUARANTEE tut ooe bottle ot; tnem will canine per ob of Frex tad Ague or Chills and fever, and in all cases if they should fail to cure, the money, will be refunded. But tbey oarer bare failed yet, nor will tbey fail oae pine in a thousand cases. essrs. : A. rnilloe & Uo, says: Camden Mills, III. We are much pleased with your Medicines, and know that they era. . both good and popular. We regret you aid ..not send us more or the Ague Pills, as there is a great demand for them, and tbey nave always been successful in curing 1 ever and Ague. . II. J. Bcstiek, Esq., Drayton, Georgia, ays: Nor.' 18th, 1846-Dr. D. Jayne Dear Sir My sales of your preparations bare exceeded my expectations. Tour Expectorant Vermifuge, Carminative Bal sam and Fever and Ague Pills, all sell well some' of which. I am now out of. I want an immediate supply of aU the abore named medicines, more particularly a Iage supply of the Expectorant and Ague ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 October 1848

Jl 7 - v r t n jn h t I? i ! ) j I :,:SS3lDjCSATIG,BANNEJR. r . .. ;J rw w n if o . I if WWW f ttefidhe oW. k ,rmtt's paper wU discontinued unless the ance. "AM rsiierr on cosines nun oo ! .r"" ""i'" " f"11 ' " My w"ny own oh! breathes there one B$ettheartsarer end lone, hlikabot oeiJofe objeot'ieir? ' ; T Wnoloplafr like tfcrf art'MMjl ".' ; 1 ' 'Who dull to every nner ue, . UT every soft affection cold, s,;And5nhis, rery'tyouth seems eld! I "Hough frequent cares my Blind enthrall,' ' ' is Could w. mke1 earthly weAh,'lone , J Fair the iwet't belrie-s low I call ' ,.M . i l. i- i ': i : My own! my ow'ni.' JIol , Time may till; but speed to show L Jer.(aUeif hopeVdclicious song, And faany a sorrow! must know :E&,'bh! iweetHraven.-may itbe lotog ! Ere those Hove from me are1 gone, And life, a wildernesa hath grown, And of earth's million's there is kont .1.' ' 'il My owa!my ownl ' I, ,,-.. FRAGMENT..--.-.. t.:, Amid the crowd there walked a youth, ; .j. Whose heart seemed changed ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 October 1848

A -T-H EB A N -N E R. IJONDAY - .... - - -- OCT. 23 E-C. J. F HI7RHA1", Editors. , , ; JflClSIJLNA. . MISSOURI. , i'ti Ifware not struck with Judicial blind- Mi, v shall ding to tkit Cor it it ut ion at the mariner dings to the last plank, when night ana the tempest dose around htm. Uwii Cam. : :-;:;. FOR PRESIDENT, i Gen. Lewis Cass, . OF MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, Gen. Wn0." Butler,. or KKaruCKT. ': Electors for President and Vice President 1st Dutrict JOHN C WELBORN, of Pike. 2nd -, A. M'KINNEY, of Randolph. 3rd ' " "EE EWING, of Ray. 4th . i.G. DHALL, of Lafayette. 5th .; . B. F. MASSEY.or Lawrence. 6tn J1. H. RELFE, If Washington. 7th " TRUSTEN POLK, of St. Louis, THE ELECTION. Are you ready?. Two weeks from to morrow and you will be called on to mark out, "at the ballot box," the policy of the Republic of America for the next four years perhaps for all time to come. To contemplate the breadth and extent of the influence that is and may be exerted in the civilized world, by ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 October 1848

H-ci . ! f St. la is Market. -- f , SlTUtBAT, Oct 21lt. Flour 4,M per bbi. ' Wheat SO to 85 fora 35. Hemp-105 per Ton. Bacon aideg 33-4. Hams 6. Seoulders 31-2. JVauvo9-Tke Temple We learn tliat ,'eovpany "v pwdhased all the Mormon property, in the hand of A. W. Babbitt, the Mormon agent 'Nauvoo, including the walls of the Temple) and that arrange ments have been made t rebuild it as soon s possible! '' The' price paid was $12,000. We also learn that the citizens of au- vooare about to, or have done so already, arrest a person living in Nauvoo, who is supposed to be the identical individual who fired the Temple. Ima Statesman, Oct. 14th. - ' ; 71- : ' Foreien eoods are selling in New York by auction at low rates.' German cloths worth $4. sell for $1 87. Irish linens worth 4s per yard, sell at 2s. So says an ex change. . ; -i . It. is stated in some of the papers per, fhat Mrs. Taylor "hopes her husband will be defeated for the Presidency." Mrs. T. had as well Keep cool. If these are...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 October 1848

; remarkable instances ol the success which attends well applied en frgy.tsid perseverance, is exhibited in. the ,4a&epf Dr David Jayne, of Philadelphia, -with whose . advertisements the readers of the1 Register are familiar.. ' The Doctor, af ter spending many years ot his lile in prac ticeVa'crd a careful investigation of the ori- Mn and character of diseases, applied him- Bell 10 Vlio irciai awuu ui (cuicmcs, auw 'the'VkceBen.ce of his compounds is attested "hV the'erateful thanks of thousands, who .tfavrpired the benefits of his skill and .xcUntific knowledge. His are not mere quack nostrums, but preparations result-; ing from, long and carerul study, and as uiey serve, in an eminent degree, the good pur poses for which they were intended, sac cess has followed the proprietor's enter prise and labors.' ' His establishment ts now one 01 me largest in wie unueu oiaies, unu besides furnishing every . city, town, and township in the country with his invalua tle'medicipes, he shi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1848

oTTtnalloa amtoie, 9W Iff 1 J T43K.' tirtHW- gall M BSwBF ? . t.r- m A A. - lour !)). lml imiMittrn. Iknk bjkav - $ .... M J murbe.ot paid' mi is reply to Judge B?-!?U1 A . J?ir. forward airelycjeAig them, warfof It, Maaiaa, Torcwitb: mis P2f3 uause wirt tec ioo, (o be composed of the 'executive ekid p.WV..d"e,T,tp ei lome inconstancy oi leraper, movea toi it!t' before efitltet:M.'lkAU be Coil; n that the dissent of the ian) efenn- U shall amoant JawiiCc'tion; finJesi the act '4 MWKwynVf of the - that of a particulat JegUlftiuo be ugan negatived bj of tb-aedWrr;0(" .4 brand. - Te trexf profttii wa qaalitfei Vefoj'sbStaptndhf ' tlmilar Vb! now provided m the e4nautaii0n,3.fe next 1a orJtustatna) attltyi &sitfute&io This had mahy 1JqtrtBt and powerful Tocates, and amorijr! t6e iMri HaiBStoQ, Mr. Wilson, and tfthwrtf TlFtankiintM, iier.BantjaiMrrtaAasoo, wr the prwci pU oppoMftfa ..TfujtCtpiiBut ren Mr Mason said,?boi was! far. faring all possible weight tfrtheikmary fneti- tat...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1848

v THE liOKDAY - - - - NOV. 6th B. C o aV JT. MlTlUtAT. Mlwi. I)UI8IANA. MISSOURI. If we are no struck with Judicial blind' lies, we sfotf cfing to this Cur dilution as the mariner ctingt to the last plonk, when night', and the tempest close around him. -HUXWIt Ull. FOR PRESIDENT, 'j'yGesi Lewis Cass,-; V'rOR VICE PRESIDENT, yGesWm. O. Butler, ' OF KEHTOCKT. . Htctor u for President and Fke President &At DwtrkA-JOHN C WELBORN, of Pike. ftrf A.MKINNEY,f Randolph. aW . B. EWING, of Say. 41k G..D. HALL, of Lafayette. gjH M b. F. MASSET, of Lawrenee. tk- u J.H.RELFE,f irwkiaston. Ty, H TEDSTENPOLK,f ScLoaU. C7" Remember that the Presidential election is Uy 'he held only ONE DA Y and that on Tues day the 7th day of No vember. O-Let tt b remembered, that the great, universal, Federal, Whig ; party, after the s-sost eigne! defeat upon every great ierae presented by then for tike last fifty Tears, in June laet suddenly hauled dova the Ha of principle, and run up tbe black flag of 'v&...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1848

HAtL, LEWIS CAS, OF MICHIGAN. ' '' ' ar . x. bow. ,. Awake, old spirit of the pait- Awake, and put thy armor on " .-, . Kail freedom's assign to the mast, . Nor falter till the Sgbt is won. Heed not disuBioa's croaking vie. Expose each dark aad damning plaa; Beet the leader of your choice Tbe gallant Can of Michigan. The sky m tbiek, the ttart grow dim, Tbe bark of Freedom braves tbe lea, Her heart of jrteel pot trust io Him TbowsIluupoa the midnight ses, Fortbey bV4d nheacou bright . To cfianrsWb faint aad inking man, Aad a'ar it waring n tbe light,, , , TJaaaanu ef Cass of Michigan. The greybeard soldier leepsibr joy, The seaman ew tbe deep is glad, Tbe,oUrrentMnmJ(wneoy, Re aaamhei i tlieadrentorotu lad, Wbotrod dHV-vgderfiess alone WkoiweiiTtierl0w adore Jbe inaiv Aad tell how proudly valor shone .- In La wis Cass of Michigan. In prineelyuballs, byguOded intones, He stood theohampion of the free; He beard the fettered seaman's groans : And oped the prisons of the sea. Tbe statry...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 6 November 1848

Two bovs i having been dressed in their J .,o;,i...,i;t. wontnut tonliv. The v soon I 4..i-tl a nwee bt tnver in ne miasiot -y slough. ' One of them ventured to wade up HavfeK:.Dxceed,d, he.lo,M .wra tempt upon las leu ventursome oPL;4leBchea' and brown domestics; drillings, and hurried home to show his prize to hisi r?. tlckinirs t KdVh;,:buttoTs, jthrertL Alaf-mv son." said the father,!. "thou hast gained a small coin, but tbou bast damaged a new rait of clothes, Wren; tjtsmestae amount. "" , , , ,THE MIND A KINGDOM Olia'thaTe-is a moral might in thiif 1 "My.attnd to roe a kingdom is.'1 Sound it to the. e ars of age, ' Stamp it on the printed page, -Gladden sympathizing youth With tbe soft music of this truths This echoed note of heavenly bliss, : My mind to me a' kingdom is." . Old 'Zacx This clever, honest and modest old gentleman who is asking the people to make blm President of these Uni ted-Statest because he never gave' a vote in Sett life, knows nothing abouH civil rfWirs, ...

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