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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 November 1848

gt : DEMOCRATIC BANNER. HJillSHEB EVERT K0NB4T. i. r. MURRAY, Proprtetor. TERMS: fS in advanee; $2 60 at the end of the volume N man's paper will be discontinued unless the tame be paid for up to the time of its discontinu use. f-ADVERTISING done very All letters on business must be post paid. From the Chicago Tribune. A RARE BIT OF ROMANCE. Some ten years ago, as our reader, will remember, there was what was termed a "rebellion" in Canada, and after the "pat riots were subdued, some were summarily executed, and a portion banished for a long term of years to Austria. Most of these latter were men of families, from which they were torn without mercy, to expiate in a far distant land, by imprisonment and hard labor, the crime ol having fallen in .their attempt to rid their country of the evils of misgovernment. We think they acted very unwisely in proceeding to the extremes they did, but this point we will not stop to consider. With one of these ex patriated men our tale has chiefly t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 November 1848

'A 9 K jfr r : i if' DETAILS BY THE IfROPA. -5 ; Treason Trials in Ireland O'Brien and . . . MeManus sentenced to death Iniuireo tion in Vienna Cholera in Great Brit ainState of trials in Ireland Verdict .. of Guilty on O'Brien and McManus, and sentenced of Death Passed Trial of Mr. f Smith O'Brien The Verdict: ' On the 7th the Court sat at 0 o'clock, ' "nd th Lord Chief Justice proceeded with , iiis charge, at the conclusion of which, a- " bout 4 o'clock, the jury retired to their - Toom. At 20 minutes past 5, their lordships re aumed their seats in" the Court Home. A !t0 profound silence, lasting for a few minutes, ' succeeded their entrance, but was soon J1iroke by a slieht rustling noisa near the J door of the jury room, from whence theju :J entered, headed by the foreman, who J - Iield the issue paper in his hand. 'The clerk having completed the calling ' names, asked in rather a nervous and indistinct tone, manifestly sensible of the gainful effect about to follow, "Gentlemen,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 November 1848

Town Ordinances. No. 69. Jin Ordinance to provide for the Improve ment of Third Street. Be it ordained by the Trustees of the town ot Louisiana, as follows : That fifteen dollars be and the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, forj the improvement of 1 lurd street, oeiween South Carolina and Georgia street, and a like sum of fifteen dollars for the improve ment of said street between Georgia and Tennessee streets, to be expended by the street overseer as sneedily as possible, un der the direction of, and to the satisfaction of the Town Engineer. Passed, Nov. 6th, 1848. EDWIN DRAPER, Chairman Board of Trustees Attest: P. D.peb, Cleik B. T. No. 70. An Ordinance in relation to Sule-icalks, Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of the town of Louisiana, as follows : 1. All sidewalks made, or hereafter to be made under authority of the town, shall be kept in repair by the respective owners of property fronting the same, and the cost...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 November 1848

THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT AND MR. SAUNDERS. A Madrid letter in the New York lifer. alii, gives the following account of the in sult offered to our Minister, of which we had a brief notice through the London pa pers. It is said to have occurred on the i 30lh of September; The Minister's lady and two daughters vera leaving the door of the embassy, in their carriage, to make a visit. Suddenly, to their suiprise and affright, they saw a body of gensd'armes approach the carriage, eize the horses, and surround them. A police officer, under whose command this Wm. H. ROBINSON'S tBIan and Boya Clothing and Furnish ing store, rVIIE subscriber would respectfully an I nounce to his friends and the public gen erally, that he has now on hand, and will con tinue to keep, a large and well assorted stock of. Rcady-Madc Clothing, embracing every article worn by men or boys. They consist, in part, of Coats, rants, V ets. Urawers, fecirts, uas fenders, Hats & Caps, Boots & Slices, Socks, Gloves, P...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 November 1848

Y mm ii"1" 7M. 'j'l'i HP f, ,r::.( .. .-..i., t y. i (Jrt.SHrB jvx-tjY oxi at.'" it zoo- TERMS: f - $2 in ait-nee; 50'atthe ei ef the volume Nemin'J pitted wHl b cMiifn jdnTeM'flie mn we Piwu 'UC up VU I lie inc 01 US Uliuuuu , , A'MattM 03 .ounnes m-ist oe.poM.paw., 1 " ! 't U E t A's T: t EAR I'Slt E.d3 . TlV fear I hed was he warm. Llbat fell, .Aal kttlthttlejr mother, and ba4 ttafare- t.ftwiell;' ,-!.: (-:- : '?! 'fcili 7,j;-- -vWhan't'saw the deepansh impressed entfcy. i' free, :: - ''.f'. .till r.i. .t' 1 f-...l. x'. ! " . , , ... ; "fine wine Wa severed and tire beast gallon And heard Uiv choked accents, Imrtasshmea aiuti . -.j. ., .-, . i . . . ....... . ' - ., . ' wild, OWf WM :t1iee; fijreVrC 64,Ue thee, mjj X thouglit of my boylioodtriy kindurs to rae, : Wheniyeungert and dearett, I tat on lliy k6ee ' Oflhy lovt to' me, ao fondly espred, ' 'A I Vrcw up 'to manhood, uncoincioui how Of thj praif, when riit,. anl tlty chiding, , when wrong ; ; . . , tVpik wayward with, parai...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 November 1848

1liMrl,'liritr inrTi' "M -t'A TH Lofjs Umipn . ; 0:!f ( :,'.;: I AMITAL OF THE - t -ACADIA- j ' v l- iTli-stfrttter tfcadkt arrived at 'Boston Yesterdays l.avhg left Liverpool oil th'4th NfisC 'She bring seten days later intellj- ? genCe from Europe. ' i , , ,.:t . . . ' :- .. 1 . .. i" : COMMERCIAL. i( ; ,, J lie lollon market was active during thij early part of the week, but at tbc close 'Fair Orleans mav fee Quoted at 4 l - 3,,Mid oecame auu, wwi t auwnwara.ieDurncy.r- dUQE i-ou. anq lair Lpiana snu iiiouiu- ji-i J1 . ml f iti ' j ' .1" xt. :i-1 at3 7-8d. and middling Upland at, 4 tiri n per. lb. Sales of 35,000 bales during tin "week! Sales white Corn at 33s. 61. to 34. and. yellow, at 34s. 6d. to 35$. 5L Com jneai twos, oa. 10 ts. ueaioi.. is. o 8s. 6. per 70 lbs., lour at ,29s. 6d, .The, '''- :!.- : gf t i i .l t money is csjf,r ; , vu."svi9,yiui:u .bi .86 3-8 to 861-2. 1 1.. ... i - AUSThU, r . Accounts to the 28th October, from Ber- lin, states that every inducement to a su...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 November 1848

WnsertTfieIowjT fines aTTJie es- a gentle hint from us will not be taken amiss, that langgiSoreiieral in its pplication,VoSdJllBacceptable tot.flT11 SHERIFF' having' returned; tnat tbfr l-mJliZZl" - . .J X above. defendant cannot be found in this a majority elVi!,al more gen- A 7lWV WHIM iw.Q.;'' '. . Aid me, kintLMjise, in my task bold, To paint the lily,1 and jrild fine cold . , , J ho topaint or gild words, are joyr j . And scare image can Sreure :. i tl Then may thy genius' inspire1 nii'tie ' ' A.'flf rt-a'tlifor tliee to c rtwinc, ' ' '.. . YY lyitlie flowers of ioesic , . i ; . . And bay. leavca to garland thee ,-' - - To sHew forth:' ill laiimiaL'C untold.' ; OnCaU t J'ore, Udy-ltkc. aHd retim-il, - : i , With wit and joyous Spirit kind. ' " '; ; -r. . t -O Maiden! beautiful art thou f- As tii?gokkA Cgfct oil in4MliA-; .VTIiy classic and gentle fai, fBC0 ' " . Xlirtorscrtry tointlrraco, y r.VA : And eacli libur" that by tlive'filcailt.U'i' . r ' r ' f .. - . . - h u Of tniefe...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 20 November 1848

23" Tlie following beautifuMines aie from the pen of Mrs. Mary S. Whitaker, of South Carolina, wife of D K. Wlntaker, Esq., for many f ears the able editor of the Southern Quarterly Review : Death the CnlTerssJ Latf. Look ont upon the (hoiightless arth, , rtA;ha ee the ravage of death, ' ' "'The men of .crime, the men of, worth, i How toon they yield their fleeting breatli. Some in red battle glorious die, ' ! Where rings the clarion' warlike found; "Where banners Wave and sworda flash high, And neighing chargr spurn the ground. Ah! sadly silent, midst the" strife,, ' The gory soldier breathless lies, For who then recks his single life, ,Of Who can pause to close his eyes? Some perish where the bounding wave ' ' Rolls tliund'ring on the stormy deep, AH dark' and cold their ocean era re. Hoi tempest more shall wake their sleep. The loud winds howl their funeral dirge t '' ' - And o'er them foaming billows sigh; ' JRni IimJUm of the rushing surge . Forever heedless lo w they lie. . An...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1848

DEMOCRATIC 'BANNER. . MIlUHlDITUT HOlmr., , . T. HVttaAT, Proprietor. ... . ...,,r: - TERMSv -' ": - fS In alvance; $2 50 at the end of the volume Ko bud' paper will be discontinued unless the mow b Jd for up to the time of it discontinu 13 ADVERTISING done very loio.g All letters on, business must be post paid. POETRY, AMBITION A FRAGMENT. r " 'BY 6X0. W.' DUNN Who that beholds the flowers that lie Upon lifes varied pathway strewn, Can idly gaze, and pass them by, Nor weave a wreathe to call his own? Who with the ardent soul of youth. Where seience sheds its hallowed beams, Will not toil day and night for truth. And drink delight from wisdom's streams?, Who that has seen the star of fame Bright shining from its dizzy height, Would not rejoice to see his name - Beflecting back its radiant light? While swiftly on its troubled ware Time bears our fading years away, Who would not struggle hard to save A name his all from dull decay? Richmond, Mo., Oct. 15th, 1839. FLIGHT OF TIME. IT LA...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1848

TilTE? B:A N JN E R. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. JfV-d. X r. MlRtlAY. .editors. -MONDAY, NOV. 27th. What Policy trill he Pursue? We 'heard the foregoing question asked, a few to ays ago, by an "ultra Whig," when he was ealisfied that General Taylor was elected -President.-' What a reflection for a repub lican "party professing to act upon princi 'pie l 'A party that dare not deny the right of the people to rule one that proteases to bow to the will of the majority, have here elevat ed a orati to the Presidency and left it disorc . .ictraty with him to carry out their measures or defeat them. 'This party, too, manifests a iioiy .Horror 01 tue one-man power: re ever the people's privilege of thinking and deciding for' themselves so wholly sur rendered, at will, to the discretion of a sin gie untutored mind ? The people have a right to know what measures will be recora- IJMuded to Congress. The people are all in doubt, and "ultra Whigs" themselves wonder. But, says the demagogue, it is only n...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1848

THE NEWSPAPER. How endless is., the variety of uewsDa per reiders, and- how hard it is to satisfy their wants. A. believes that he shall dis continue his paper; because it contains no political news-ahd B.is decidedly of omn- ionthat.tne same sneei aaooies iuo freely in the political movements of the day. C. does not take it because it is all on one side 'and D. whose opinion it generally ex presses, does not like it because it is not se- vere enougn on me opposition, c. imnics it does Jiot pay due attention to fashiona ble literature and he cannot bear the flim sy notions of idle writers. G. will not suf fer a paper to lie upon lis table which ven-tttres- an opinion upon temperance and H. nerer; patronizes one which lacks moral Courage to'expose.the evils of the day. I. iteclare's be does no, want a paper tilled with. the bodge podge proceedings of Con gress and. 3th e Legislature and J. consid ers that paper the best which gives the irreatest Quantity of such reading. K. pat roniz...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 27 November 1848

r. t RECOVERED LAKE.: -A tingnlafaceident occurred" oh the Mi ebigtn Central Railway. It became nec essary to carry grading or embankment of fifteen feet high across i low. piece of J round, containing about 100 acres, nearly ry enough for plow land. When they had progressed with the grading for some dis tance, it became too heavy for the soil to support, toe crust of the eartli broke in nd the embankment sunk down into sev enty- nine feet of water ! It appears that the piece of ground had ben a lake, but had collected a soil of roots, peat, muck, &c, oil its surface, apparently from ten to fifteen feet thick, which had been harden ed and dry enough for farm purposes. Mr Brooks (bought it would have supported an embankment of five feet thickness, and that if ithad not been necessary for them to Javene much heavier, it would have sup ported the road, and the fact might never have been discovered that it rested on the bosom of a lake A. T. Star. Mammoth corn.- Thomas Warren, esq.,...

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 December 1848

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. " VVBUSBED BVBBT HOBDAY. " a, p. MURRAIN JPrwprtelT. TERMS: $2 in advance; $2 50 at the etui of the volume lie man's paper will be discontinued unlets the same be paid for up to the lime of its diseontinu aace. " B-ADVERTISING done very low. All letters on business mmt be post paid. POETRY. THE ISLES OF GREECE. bt Lean stbos. The isles of Greece ! the isles or Greece 1 Where burning Sappho loved and snng, Where grew the arts of war and peace,' Where Debs rose and Phoebus sprung ! Eternal summer gilds them yet, But all, except their sun, is set. The Scian and the Teiao muse, The hero's harp, the lover's lute, Have found the fame your shores refuse ; Their place of birth alone is mute -Tosounds which echo further west Than your sires' "Islands or the Blets'd." The mountains look on Marathon And Marathon looks cn the sea ; 'And musing there an hour alone, I dreamed that Greece might still be iree ; For, standing on a Persian's grave, I could not deem myself a slave. ...

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 December 1848

THE, BANNER. JJDfllSIANA. MISSOURI. Y..,iVV"aVsVF. MUIIUA1, Cditora. MORDAY, - DEC. 11th. Ve issue J no paper from this office last weet,' Tor the following reasons: The Editor ojsui oue primer was aoseni, ana '-'o com positor, th only hand left, .was .unable to work.'! We hope this apology will be satis fietbry with' our readers. ' ' "Errata? The signature to the beantiful line's oh "the election of Gen. Tayior," pub lished in our last paper, should hare read Valeria, instead of Valevia as it was print ed;.-;;? We iweloome to our columns the "flR&f e.piiolera", from the same ac conplished writer. .'..', "We have received the President's Mcs- sage too late for insertion or extended com ment. -It is not quite so lengthy as the first one addressed to the last session, but fully sustains the great reputation of the writer forability and logical reasoning. It will ap pear in.our next '' .", ,tM ;.: ri ' . ! ,We bare bed a week of the most dismal, gloomy weather that we ever witnesse...

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 December 1848

8 jTowirOrdiiiance. An Ordinance appropriating money and. jut uuici purpoxts. Be it ordained by the Board of Trustees of the town of .Louisiana, as follows : 1. That the contract' with Orson Reed, for the improvement of Georgia and Souil CarelUa streets, be considered at having been completed. - SL. That the auin of seventy-five dollars, be ana tbe same is hereby appropriated, for the benefit of said Reed, far extra drains across Main and Third streets, and for ex tra work on Georgia street over and. above his contract' price payable according to original contract. 3. "The following sums are hereby appro priated for the several purposes stated, to wit : ' "" .a ' - i o wi f Jcortlie beneht ci n aroer ot - lunciisn, lor extra' work on wu.irf over and above their contract twenty dollars. For the - use of .Marion W. Gordon for his ape. rendered as Town Attorney and Engineer,' foity-one dollars. iFor the.use.of James Stone, fui scraper, four dollars and fifty cents. - For the .use of Hy...

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 December 1848

DESTINY. There are crises in life, distinct and vivid,1 on which we can look back and feel that thej have coloured our whole destiny. Who can say, but that tor one year, one week, one day, how different would all have been? Silently, unconsciously, are we wept on towards those moments which lie like bills, placed here and there, from whose top we can see our own life, like a panora ma, stretched out before us, and know that but for such and such events we should not have felt and been as we are. Chance, fa tality, are the words on the lips of the wise, Eroudman, in explanation of tlis; but the umble, loving spirit lonks higher for the unveiling of those marvels which surpass worldly wisdom. Atw Cottnftr. The citizens or a por tion of Madison, Wayne and Reynolds conn ties, recently appointed a committee to de aionate the limits and boundary of a new connty to be formed out of the three conn ties, and where ther conjoin. The peti tion will be presented at the next session of the Legis...

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 December 1848

V f . .' . J 5fc ii.U .eaii.a'p-ittio'i atittt;. , i ilil In yv'ull1 TU J" I H II I "f, J i sike. .Tn.furtU iuftiaf ftllL29t:3 :tiiuKi be iihl - , a r n c sa - . . - . -f TERMS : - ASlnjiraace; $2 50 at the end of the volume. ann, nancr Brill h discontinued unless the Ue itua rf.fS&3 .v I r mne bo paid for up to the timt of its dUcontinu ff ADVERTISING done very low -J All letter on business mast be post paid. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. ( Continued. ) . It is the . policy of humanity, and one which has. always been pursued by the Uni ted States, to cultivate the good will of Aboriginal tribes of the contiuent, and to restrain them from making war and indulg ing in excesses, by mild means rather than by force That this could have been done with the tribes in Oregon, had that territo. r Wn brought under the government of rj- o . ' - our laws at an early period, and had suita ble measures been adopted by Congress,! tttCu S now exist, in our in.ercourao uu tba other Indian tribes within o...

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 December 1848

of the Pacific mail across tht isUimus, from nual communication of the state of the Un Charges to Panama. ' Under (lie authority giv-jion, to review the .principles end Consider to the Secretary of the fcatv, three ocean time K steamers hat e been constructed and sent to the Pacific', and are expected tc enter upou (he mail ervioe between Panama and Oregon, and the intermediate points, on, lha first of Janniryijrf next year; and a fourth 'be Wen engaged by , him, for the service between Havana and Char ges, to that a regular mail line will be kept up. rvhicb hare governed? action. iX deem thhf the more necessary, becsuiie Af ter the lapse of sixty years since re adop- Won of the eonstitiitiou, the propriety ol the exereisfc of this undaunted constitutional power of the President, las', for the first time, been drawn seriously in question by a portion of my fcllow-oilizens flM ! kA.... .. !,.. 1 .... i ..... . minicu NIC, timcu CUI1C9 AllUi . . i.t ... .... . oar territories on the P...

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 December 1848

O-The LMitumaljcnm mi oSTuesday rnrllexiu usual, lnwoioera are 4atedto UiaaltemhMearryMep The Wowing question wM he discussed : . , 2." . i .t. i. . r n Rewind, -That sc bonis for thebemrft of all -,.,1A In- .iinnArtM IlV a nri,rlv 111. auvuiu uj v r T" . The river was crossed on iue opposite. Lou ittapa on Saturday last, j. i- We learn from the Pike county (Ills.) Sentinel, that the Small Pot I, made its appearance in that county. Jecident.XV e were pained to learn that on Thursday last. Mr. Geobge Kexnedt, one of our oldest and most esteemed citi zens, on stepping out of Lis door upon the irv tround, slipped and fell, by w hich his 1 . "... . . .. . ankle joint was liloceieii auu mc pone ! join much shattered. Beware of the ice. Difficulty in the Ohio Legislature. will be recollected by our readers, that al the late state election in Ohio, an equal number of whig, and democrat were re turned to the Senate, and both parties claimed the lower House (he "Flee Soil er" acting with the...

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 December 1848

Administrator's Sale of IS Pursuance of an order obtained from the county conrt of Pike county, Mo., tearing date lite tenth day of November, 1848, 1 shall proceed to sell the Slaves be inno'uur tit flip ftntp nf Cliainiie.-- Sinith.'coiintv: it Murdered bv the court that said de -deceased, to the highest and be?t bidder, attendant and all person ii.Ureited be notified that public outcry and auction, before the curtj'he plaintiffs have recovered judgment against bouse door in Cowling Ureeii, on the i'lrsl -- - o j,V r , ? ' , real estate, viz: 145 acre part N. l-'2 &. 11, 4aS if J"""" "t ' . T. W) R. i wesU bO acre. V. 1-2 S. W. sect. A credit of twelve months will be given, 1Q T' 5 R 2 w 40acrK.E. S. W. sect, by the purchaser's giving bond with good n T R 2 v. 97 sixty one hundredth, end sufficient security, for the payment of v .-t s. E. fr'l. sect. 8. and S. E. 1-4 (lie purchase money. HUHEK r I. SMITH, Ailm'r. of the estate of Chamucss Smith, dec'd. Dec. 11th. 1848. (3w.) 'o...

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