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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 February 1849

A SKETCH OF LOUIS NAPOLEONi The news of the election of Louis Na poleon to the Presidency of the French Re public will naturally excite some curiosity in regard to his history and public charac ter. Hitherto he has only been known through the foolish affairs at Strasbourg and Boulogne, his published works, notwith standing the merits claimed for them by his adherents, having failed to enlarge his rep utation. His life has, nevertheless, been somewhat eventful, and he does not lack the advantage of varied fortune and severe experience. Whether he has profited by it, remains to be seen. From such hasty ma terials as we could procure, we have ar ranged (says the New-York Tribune) the following brief notice of his history . 'Chailes Louis Napoleon, son of Louis, ex-king of Holland, was born in Paris on the 20th of April, 1803. His god parents were the Emperor and Maria Louisia, and during his childhood he was an especial fa vorite with the former. On the return of of Napoleon from Elba,...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 February 1849

- - - - J3" The Poucx op the"Quajckr Citv was lately the scene of a series of very in teresting cases. We select the following from the report given by that paper. It shows up all the parties concerned in their true color. Januarv 1st. 1849 Case before Justice Poe, assisted by Captain if the JVutch, Park Benjamin, Eq. Mrs. Fhes Soil a very pretty lady, (formerly cheramie of John P. Hale, but now under the protection of on Martin Van Buren,) appeared in court, and slated that her bound servant has run away from her residence, and was skulking some where in bad company. On being further ques tioned, it appeared that her servant was named Horace Greeley, a very slovenly fel low, who had left a goad mistress, and en tered into articles, with a fighting charac ter, somewhere up town, called Old Zack. While her statement was being put into writing, Old Zack himself appeared in court, having said Horace by the collar, and stating with much heat, that the fellow was only a trouble to him, a...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 February 1849

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. tetoderbf tlfe Government fleet1 1 ' "' fc ir.Mijna AY, Proprietor. .t -J- V.tl TERMS,:;, f!.i $S in ad ranee; $2 SOatthe end of the volume, Jto man' paper will be discontinued unless the iraebe paid for uptothe time of its discontinu ance.. . ..... ZRR TISLYG done very low.j . AJI letters on business must be post paid. I ;,poETiiy. , . , From Holden' Dollar Magazine. ... ..i'.UPW ARO ONWARD. Br c. o. ii. ; This your watchward, glorious one. While contending with your lot ; 1 Rest not till the race be done, " And the glorious goal be won, Upward onward falter not. Onward through the mists of error, ' ' Fearless moving, clear the way ; ' Acting right ye'll know no terror, Though the storm comes near and nearer, Upward onward watch and pray. Sit not down in brooding sorrow, , . Joy unseen may yet be near; Let your beart no trouble burrow. Bright the day that dawns to-morrow, . Upward onward never fear. . ..Action action; time is speeding, And yoiir years are short 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. — 12 February 1849

-CVvk, , V... THE BANNER. B. C A. S. F, M tun AT, Editors. - LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, r B. 12th. Ekrata, In the aiticle signed "Observ er," published last week, we observe the word illusion, appears three times, which were written allusion. A change of a word 10 very different in meaning, appears very awkward, and can only he accounted for by the illusion in whioit the typo and proof reader were both laboring at the time. The paper was set up and pressed off inl-ts time than any that has ever been issue J from this office. las the candidate of thtir party, or consid-nd ly not control the dements. It tin-. COlitract- ES AND SLAVERY. 1Am ag fhe n.f ef lhfT n!lJ possessed the power to Hood the whole of Congress is fa,l draw- when asked fof his views upon particular inca-couiilry will. li. most unprecedented fresh ..;.:mi,.K.n i, i. j t1-.it i :.- ..,!,. n t which has of late made rivers of the THE TERRITORIES '. The present session ing to a close, and, as yet, no disposition has be...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 February 1849

forthu-pa m afcf thetthirtl reginrent-of volunteers, under uoi. nans, irora tfte brae they arrived at the point tf rendezvous till they were -mustered into the service of the United Slates. ' . Mr. Gwinn, a bill to amend the act pro Tiding for the institution and support of the State University. ... On motion of Mr. Switzler, the commit tee on Education was instructed to inquire into the expediency of paying Justices for making an enumeration of children &c. - Mr. McAfee offered a resolution requir ing the appointment of a joint committee, which shall report a bill to establish only ten judicial circuits. . Mr. Woody ard, a bill to establisii'a stage road from Kansas to the south-west corner of this State. Mr. Jones, a memorial to Congress, ask ing aid to the Hannibal and St. Joseph rail road. Mr. Wells, from the committee on Lu natic Asylum, made a report making an ex hibit of the number of lunatics in the State. upwards of 350, as far as asceitained 165 supported now by public...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 February 1849

Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. ,Jri Washington, Jau. 16, 1849. The meeting of Southern members of IWttms. held last evening, in the Senate chamber, was attended by some eighty or ninety members. The meeting refused to limit ttiB nrp. hv n Vote of 54 tt 67. Tha address, nrenared bv Mr. Calhoun, was read, and was substantially as has been heretofore stated. Tha debate on various motions," was con tinned until aftPr 12 o'clock, in which Messrs. Clayton. Berrien, Toombs, Jeffer son. Davis, McLane, Stephens, Thomp- aon. of Mies.. Rusk. Houston and "others oarticiDatpd.. . On the introduction of the repoit, a mo tion was made by Mr. Clayton to lay it on the table and take no further action. It was made to test the feeling of the meet ingthe vote stood for it about 55, against; t about 30. Those in tavor ul laying u on the table were nearly all whigs. The powerful objection to the report was made by Mr. Toombs, of Georgia. He thought congressionaljlegislatfon was nec essary to author...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 February 1849

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rUBLISUEO EVERY M05B4T. l. r. MURK ly, Proprietor. jrifioad at theehriiio Of Prussia!-ambition. JpyA seeorw i;Mnrataon at Dresden elear- w J on o a- iiiT mm & mmot V.,- '1$-- IK TERMS: $2 in aJvauce; $2 50 at the end of the volume No man s paper will be discontinued unless the tarns be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. IS- ADVERTISING done very low. All letters on business must be post paid. 10KTR Y. THE BLISS OF HOME. BY TUOMiS II. SJIRCVE. : i Mi.xe be the joy which gleams around The hearth where pure affections dwell Where love enrobed in smiles is found, Ajid wraps the spirit with its spell. I would not seek excitement' whirl, Where Pleasure wears her tinsel crown, And Passion's billows upwards curl, 'Neath Hatred's darl.ly gathering frown. The dearest boon from heaven above, Is bliss which brightly hallows home The sunlight of our world of love, Unknown to those who reckless roam. There is a sympathy of heart - ' Which consecrates the social...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 February 1849

V THE BANNER. E. C Jfr B.F. ininRAT. Editors. LOUISIANA. M1SS0UKL MONDAY, - FEB. 19th m..... Pon.iTin It has been honesty of an enterprise from its apparent policy. . . ... t-.i.j i 'Beware of-Jkkimr a mere commercial view of hinted in Congress, Dy non. uituuu e8lioni fyny. Crimes the most atro- Tlionipsor, of Indiana, anil others, in view ,.;, have sometimes been profitable. But you of the "rock upon which Taylor's popu-Jsee not the iholeof the balance sheet. There , .. .. . , . ,,0!.0j ,n rpCtnr. 'are items in the account which no arithmetic can larity threatens to be wrecked, to restore , M ufmt eti.nate ill you, , We npon in- back to Mexico the Territories of Newjf of char Mexico and California. The hardiness of .retributive justice of God in the present life, an this move is to shield Ge... Taylor from h vengeance in the next? 'Take these into you ithe amiravate. Proviso question winch he. 1 ir O" We yield oar columns, this w eek, to the communication of Salt River,' because we...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 February 1849

From the Missouri Republican TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. Later from California Frightful state of Affairs Murders, Roberieg, &c. Washington, Feb. 13, 9 p. M. The Union, of this morning, publishes aj1''8 residence near Sarcoxie, Newton coun let er from Sn Francisco, Also California, 1 tv Mo- Mr- Thomas Kerr, aged 50 vears, uaicu on iiirisunas Guy. It represents that a deperatc state of af fairs exists lii California. Murders, rob beries, &c.j were hourly occurrencies. Twenty murders were perpetrated in six ciays. The people were preparing to organize a provisional government, in order to put a aiop 10 uiese outrages. The revenue laws were enforced, and will yield, it is said, forty thousand dollars me iirst year, But the inhabitants represented as oi-nosed to the collection of - - . . l""'u1;"' 4- eu at public auction, before the Court House The mines continued to be abundantly door in Howling Green, on a credit of twelve productive. months, the following described real estate, b...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 February 1849

The California Emigrant. The bark Eliza ailed from Salem, a few days aiace, Tor California. Tbere was a large gather ing at the wharf, and at the moment of casting off, a' trio of the passengers appeared on the quarter-deck, and sang the following humorous ditty. "When they had concluded.the con;;rega-.mjnt tion on the wharf gave three times three cheers, and'the bark filled away and took her departure. THE CALIFORNIA EMIGRANT. BY "ONS Or 'HM." Tune "OA Svsannah!" I cone from Salem city, With my wash-bowl on my knee ; I'm going to California, The gold dust for to see. It rained all night the day I left, The weather it was dry,"' The sun o hot I froze to death Oh! brothers 1 don't you cry; Oh I California! i- .f That's the land for me! I'm.going to Sacramento, WiUimy wash-bow) on myknee ! ' " I jumped aboard the 'Liza ship, . All' travelled cn the sea, jHxA every time I thought of, home, I wished it wasnt me ! The vessel reared like any horse That had of oats a wealth ; "It found l c...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 February 1849

r It? -..-! ID . . "-B..VaT MOHBAXfe TERMS ; $2inadyaaei $$50 attend of Ihe volume. . Neman's paper will be discontinued unless the -saraebe paid for up to the time ef its discontinn . pn business must be Pt paid, -P.0&XBY. .1 THE BRIDE'S CONFESSION. iv aIjm o. lbs. ! There is a beauliul and natural feeling a ten. eauuiuia linesT , er and most racutiment embodied in the following lin A sudden thrill passed throngh my heart, Wild and intense yet not of pain I strove to quell quick bounding throbs, And scanned the sentence o'er again. It might have been full idly pei ned ' By one whose thoughts from love were free And yet as if entranced I read, -h 'Thon art mbftutifsi to me." , Thou didst not whisper I was loved -There were no gleams of tenderness, Save those my trembling heart would hope The careless sentence might express. But while the blinding tears fell fust. Until the words I scarce could see, There shone, as through a wreathing mist, 'Thou art most beautiful to me." - To 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. — 26 February 1849

.-cf It- J m i THE BANNER. E.C8.r. HURRAY Editor. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, - FEB. 26th Roads amd Highways On the 1st inst., Mr. Henderson, of Pike, introduced in the lower bouse of the Legislature, a bill to a mend an act for opening aud repairing roads and highways,' which was read twice and referred, and 150 copies ordered to be print ed. . TbulbiU, if passed, we believe, is to le general' in its character. It does not ' appear from the proceedings, what amen J " ments this bill proposed to wtke to the tpecial road law now in operation hi Pike and we have. not jet seen a copy of it. The , present law for .Pike, .though just in its . main features, we think can be amended to & advantage, and if made general, would add to the Interest of the State. '-W have not the iginal la w betyre usji .but allude to tualTeature of it tuat taxes . negro property ticket 1st, as property, 2 J, as persons. - This is certainly unjust to ''Owners of that species of property, and was " ! probab...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 February 1849

j Sheriffs Sale.' IN virtne -and by authority of special writof -execution, issued from the 'office of the cletk of the Pike .circuit court,' in fa vor of Aylette H. BHckner and Simeon P. Robinson, and against Eustace H. Rhodes,! I have levied upon and seized the following' S.9LE OF LAJfD& JLtfD TO HW LOTS . FOJtx-TJXE& Notice i hereby siren. In rnursuance of a revised erdiaaace, passed May 25, 1847, that the Town Taxes on the followine: lands and fraction al lots in the town of Louisiana, Pike county, , Mo., for the vear 1848. remain unoaid on the 1st ipon and seized the following J described piece of land lying in said coun-jand all costs thereon be paid, on or before the ty, via the east half of the Southwest ,qr.(9th day of April next, said lands and . fractions of fee. 2, T. 63 R. 5 west, containing 80(of town lots will, on the said nineth day of April acres, and will, on tlie 3d day of April next.'f'oresaid, be offered for sale, in the town oI'Lou before the court hous...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 26 February 1849

. a t X I. r. ir" GIGANTIC JU!L' ROAD UNDER- TAKINGS' There are now In thejree Stile ten gigantic ailroad enterprises in thVcetirse of construc tor!. OrMvji from Portbnwl to Montreal, at tof 7,000,000. Thirty miles are couipictea; frc& Portland, and 37 from Montreal. . fiats' are now building fram liostou to Burling- ton, at a coat of over $4,000,000 each. Portion cf each road ve completed. The Champlain and Ogdeiisbut gli road lias (5000 workmen upon , it. Cost estimated at $3,000,000. A survey it being made for a road from Troy to Boston, over the mountains. It is estimated $7,000,000 trill be the cost. The Hudscn River railroad is ' 1 progressing rapidly. . The cost .will be $9,000, 000. :' Seventy-five icilea will be in operation in lhe.pring. . The N. York and Lake Erie road, at a cost of $10,000,000. Two hundred miles already in operation. - The Philadelphia and Cincinnati line is the , most extensive one. It will be 888 miles, and the cost is estimated at $17,000,000. Fro...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 March 1849

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. j" r nuaRAY, rroprietor. - v ' ,-t- 'U .'? r. - . . . i . . i'. ..' . 4 '.' v ' TERMS:' 1- -rt- ' $2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of thevolusoe. No man's paper will be discontinued unle the same be paid for op to the time of its discoatinu nee. . ADVERTISING done very lowgj ' All letter on. business must be post paid Ly!, . ' i i . i ... ii ' - . .".. : J 1 HJ im, i rsrar "iV f issr IB U B TO r , II I! 11 1 a H f II I! i n in KJ, II II II V IrW OVttI l", HVt inA s7r. " " "'""' '" -n5r -i- , .. ., i . -. . - ; -i . . j Ll iwT 111 It m i.tiimi nnilrrliiflitTi. .. "I-l-7:. ft r- r -f.-.'- 1 VOL. 4. T , TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES.- r ' .i .:: . : ; :. WsHioro5 , March, 5tfe, '4L'. ;! Thwrday, t ! 12 o'iilock, Gen, Z. T yum, '. President elect of the -United States, delivered to the Senate and members of the House of j Representatires of the U. S., and thousand; -cf - American citizens, in front of the Capitol, 'the foiling : - ... .-, Sf INAUGUBAt ADDRESS OF Fdlow CUiztus...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 March 1849

.ministration ot justise t this- territory are , almost daily realized. - Within the , last three weeki we hare certain accounts of fif teen murders. , fa one instance an entire Jkomsehoid of ten persons a .respectable . raachero, his wife, two children, -and six r servants. The nan, whose name was Reed, . had been very successful in the digging du- - ring the summer, and Lad returned to his . borne near Santa Barbara,: with a large a mount of gold. - His house was surprised by an armed parly, and the whole family, as above stated, were barbarously murder ed, and the house rifled of its golden tress ure The perpetrators of. this horrid deed . are still at large; of the other five cases, ' four are highway robberies, committed on persons returning with gold from the mines . In a -word, I may say with truth, that both . persons and property are insecure in Up per California at this time; and I am sorry . to add that, in all eases of outrage and vi- olence, as yet discovered, emigrants...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 March 1849

3 .1 (So. 8.1 TMCl 'Hfifvirm'-z.'i "'- iff1" waosAucii.it ui Aoceipu ana upenauures . bOf Towit of L6ttiianf ' fik siXiaaAihs. commencing the 1st day of September, 1848, ana enaing r eoruary jath, 1749, as shown by mo vrpon w ui treasurer ana Collector; - - Receipts. - 1848. Spt. 1, To Balance in the Treasury, $15956 Received on Dray Licenses, 8500 Pines, collected by Constable Blaek- ' " ' more, - ' 2 .4 00 .Rec'd on tax list of 1847, 81 44 ... . 184J 539 20 -.. U M, tt. 1SUX W .M.iUTS.SALE. tha.iiiohgt v.f.w. . t - , . T Y virtue of an order f .th. Pike ,taAZZYrZT2? CraTOX.--. O 'Cowl In the matter of K 7kW J. i" ;i r.5"""nB 1BO .i BilbrJr!klBilbro. fonith Mcfcinnfc 1 ' VT"? W1? n.. 1 & ers, IshaSron the2dk.af ArilnLl r..,: w.' ",0 Jrnq wnite pe taid cir- t. hmm nf O : '.V "rf ' i V. CM" eonr M " fesalWK to Satisfy laid " - w v '.MUttS 1U UID lUTCUWU Mau 41 O I . - - . ... TI doc in the afternocn.and -hll the rimdi" "n 5 : IftMTMul minihi I. I JT f . 1. I r- - 7 m hhish, oucr ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 12 March 1849

I V I r1' r v 'if '1 t f I t 1 I Jr. '.all ,.:4 1r- K J - - r- .Froro the. Flag of our Union.) -. THE DIUEAM Of UFE An Allegory. IT ITIITK. Morn tom like Hebe, freh and fair, i A.n'& nature miled and h issed the air 1 -. An' old man slept beneath a tree," . . And laughed at he dreamed of infancy, ''' A prattling child before him played, " ' ' r In innocence and bliss arrayed. I .'boon glowed like beauty smiling through . - Atender glance from eyes of blue; He still 'dreamed on that. laugh became A youthful smile love was its nam; . ;A youth and maiden walked alone, ,: ' ' And health and beauty on them stone. t'-. ' Eye. caatlike.wUiter.blustering loud, : ' Wrapped in a dork and gloomy shroud; . -'Ha'atdreaminjf-yet of manhood's years, That smile becomes a vale of tears", Mat schemes like bubbles, meit in air; Ah! age of woe, and grief, and care. r " Night closed, like gentle words that come IVhen angel's gone, dispelling gloom: Old age brought bliss and calm repose, Reviving chi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 March 1849

u : 1 ---- - - --- -r- wifinn a Tin nswci" -. - 1 1 1 111 " rHuinu iti aiwgtT. I ll II II n t I m a ll u - (I IIU ffil II 11 1 m - f- s I -I i S. F. HUURAT, Proprietor. TERMS: ,. $.2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume. So man's pnper will be discontinued unless the sine be paid for up to the time of its discontinu Mice. ' -ADVERTISING done very loto.J " AH letters on business must he post paid. POETRY. From the Church Times. THE MARRIAGE VOW. Speak it not liglitlj 'tis a holy thing, A bond enduring through long distant years When joy o'er thine abode is hovering, Or when thine eye is wet with bitterest tears, Recorded by an Angel's pen on high, And must be questioned in Eternity. Speak it not ligvtly though the young and gay Are thronging round thee now, with tones of mirth; Let not the holy promise of to-day Fade like the clouds that with the morn have birth; But ever bright and sacred may it be Stored in the treasure-cell of memory. Life may not piove all sunshine there wi...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 19 March 1849

THE BANNER. E. C fc 8. r. MUIlRAYt Editors. LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY MARCH 19th, THE FL.6ob'OF M9. PUBLIC MEETING. We publish to-day a call upon (he citizens of the County to assemble in Mais Meeting tt the Court House in Bowling Green, on Monday, the 2d of April being the first day of the Circuit Court to "respond to the action of our Legisla ture upon the subject of the 'Wilmot Proviso." This call is fresh from the people, "irrespec live of party," and made to Missourians who be lieve in the sovereignty of the Stale and Terri tories to govern their own domestic institutions and municipal laws, untrammeled by Federal legislation. It is made in accordance with the great principle of republicanism which recog nized the right ol the people to assemble togeth er to interchange and express their views upon all measures pertaining to the public welfare. The right and the expendiency of th application AKTt-PBOVlSO MEETINti. From all parts of the Mississippi Valley we receive 'acc ounts...

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