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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 April 1849

For the 77rr..'. 7 ?r--v; opiet of r th t0 w cent data ; ffa ctrctentTof rwh " appear that Uieibungrj W!,g 0ffic. 4A er.pf; that county arenot onlr v.redy, but very reckless i ui, tffortl tftt their hands into "Uncle San V pocBt Tte office! of Register and Receive-0' public fn'4 t Palmyra,' appear to t tracti?e, and conieqaenUy "no-party" office tMkers abuse our '.county-mao, Go! Dvblkt; Receiver, a hi colleague, Col. Divt, - the Regisr,: in a way that howl they are neither scrupulous of the nuaas they employ tg 'heir ends, or the respect that is Me the community by wham they are turBnl- It Is said there . rnllik ennlieanta for thirtviar pfcceY, and frtothe deceht;amctsfo 1 . ( rr . IJ7. "Li I on the' orient incumbents, in the; "Pal myra H&ig d the "Hannibal Journal, l amlsd tothe conclusion that the office sekers in Marion county, must be in great distret. 'The publishers of these' papers may be tgnorant(?) of the opinion enter tained by the public with regard to the pres ent i...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 April 1849

1 - w. - i ij 2 i I 1 i TO A LITTLE BOY. ; 'Y f. LAWftENCE JAMKS. " . Oh I may'stthou live, and be a mar, tweet child, AjuHnay a generous purpose warm thy toul; And though thy judgment, fancy led beguiled By pleasure, err; and though thy days long roll, Like surging waves, until they reach the goal, And though the image of reward arise-r ; ;'A soap and water bubble from a bowl) ' Eluding e'er "the grasp as up it flies- - . So live that men may sometimes say, "A ood mamdiest" Earthquake In Hew Zealand. ' Advices from .Wellington (New Zealand) to November the 17th, state that that town has been visited .by a aeries of earthquakes of a most .alarming and prolonged nature, by which the edi fices of brick and stone were more or less injur ed, and, in many instances, totally destroyed. Tkn Dats Lath raoii Valfabaiso. Hal a Million of Gold received froai California, kc, & BoTOj April 10th, r. ir. Letters have been reoairart in taU.i '- nuco lztn, which stale that the whole amount of go...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1849

POETRY; 1 DEAtH FERRYMAN. - C BY VIM ALiei CAKT. - Boat Air, thrice I've called thee o'er, Waiting' on' life's solemn shore, iTracing, in the silver sand .jLettera till Ihy'boat should land. ; out alone with thee. ... TowI the clime 1 cannot see, . . .Read to toe the strange device , , , r Graven on thy wand of ice. Push the curls of golden hue vv .From thy eyes of starlit dew, . . And behold me where I stand, . fimtkAtli tim lira fin a lanl - , , Where the river mist, so pale, : i , Trembles like a bridal veil, . : r O'er yon lowly drocping tree, ' v One that loves me waits for me. v Hear, sweet Boatman, hear my call 1 1 Last year, with the leaflet's fall, Resting her pale band in mine, "' Crossed she in that boat of thine ! ' : When the corn shall cease to grow, : And the rye-field's silver flow ' ' At the reaper's feet is laid, Crossing, spake the lovely maid: Dearest Love, another year, Thou shalt meet this Boatman here The white fingers of Despair Flaying with his golden hair. ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1849

THE BANNER. E. C & 8. T. MURRAY, Editors. ; LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, MAY 14 igThe attention of dealer is invited to the advertisements, in the proper column, of two new stores just opened in this city. " They com prise Urge and well assorted stocks of Dry CJoods, Qutensware, kc., and are owned by gentlemen wlio, we hare bo doubt, will give satisfaction to! their customer. - We would also invite the attention of mer chants and country dealers, to the advertisement tfora St Louis." They have good stocks, and air clever merchants. -iiWjplajr before our readers the Appeal of Cok Bxntom to the people of: Missouri. It will be seen that he 'refuses to obey the ib-Aroi,trt-Qf the Legislature upon the Wil . mot Proviso question, upon the ground that Ibflstiastuxtions are conveyed -i resolu tions tendinr ts a dissolution of the Union. We ere sorry to find in the place of a frank jection to the resolutions in which his in structions are conveyed, and i denunciation of tire southern Add...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1849

parity." And now ifthe Union were ' Out day) dissolved aadaea;State:Teftored.tn ft ermnul sovereignty, would not each in enuahtv and in.J m uc cuuucu iu a auuiouurs' snare 01 that which is the common property of the whole? inereiore snouia a, southern ooniederacy be es tablished, composed of the slayeholding States, 11 wouia aemana ana 1 suppose would receive nearly one half the conquered territory. If this should ever-tw the case, I then leave it to the reason and judgment of Mr. Spectator, to saw wjiouier u wouuj prevent we rroviso irom aci' . . r a ux iu uus particular poruon or nou a uaiier my self that from this explanation you may readily perceive, Sir, that the slaveholding States are asking nothing but what is justly and fairly due them. They ask a continuation of the compro mise line, which you are well aware gives to the North at least three-fourths of this extensive ter ritory, in the settlement of a vexed Question. We dq not even desire to force slavery into that portion...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 14 May 1849

DEMOCRATIC BANNER. rVBLIIBUt STMT BtOKBAT. r. MURRAY, Proprietor. TERMS: $2 in advance; $2 50 at the end of the volume, No man'a paper will be discontinued unlet the aame be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. S-JlDrERTISUW done very low.Lj All letter on businea a must be pout paid. THE TEMPEST. BY GKOKGE D. PREKTICC. never a man of feeble her. The handkerchief upon her neck wssltive worm teems to be like the locust, pe- sliehtly rent, end e ingle dark trot upon herboioin told where the pathway of her death had been. At first I clasped her to my breast with a cry of agony, and gazed upon her face almost with feelings of calm ness. Her bright disheveled hair clustered sweetly around her brow ; the look of ter ror had faded from her lips, and infant smiles were pictured there, the red rosy tinge upon her cheeks was lovely as in life, and as I pressed it to my own, the fountain of tears were opened and I wept as if my heart were waters. I have but a dim re collection of wha...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1849

DffMOCRATIC BAMjfEtr; IV F. WUBRAY, Preprletor. ; , :,;,TjERMsi . i $ 2 in advance; $2 60 at thread of the volume, f '- we?,,,: Noman werwillbe.diictfnllnued nnle5thei ; fI ." f-"l It ; -6 : .j, .J rjfO 5. Jfj?1?0 tna Uni ehsscontinu flh AD VER TISLYG d0fc t. ry Jou.$ Xq 6 i . ; ; . , - A!I letter on basinets' malt life ttort' paid." t-i ,- .. .i; v 1 r. t! .:);; iij "United We. Stand Divided W Fail," . i LOUISIANA, PIKg'CtfUNTY, MISSOURI, MONDAY, MAY 2i;: 1849.; ' NO 5 . jrT TH A L 6A IJJ 1 HOLES ALE and Ratail Bookseller -sad t '! one rV5b 124;Miia'Stret Saint Louis, Mj. keen. o o Jian$ a sei, as sortment hVUw.WedkaUnif MisctlleoVest ' QM;i1.( Tnlt, JttataaJSteelJVrit .and . . , Statu. Writiiw and Wranninsr - in great vaneiy,rtogethet.with every her art eles ilus line of business, , , ' Books fitud Hi the best manner.. ' " v,r -" Call and examine No.. 124, Main Street;." ':7S$iUk$rAffi iSto one,1 ; ' ; INCQBPbRATiN,& THETOWi 01 LOUISIANA, ' 1 ' " ,AJIO.T( 'I: -; Qf TOCNPAIKD G...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1849

THM BANNER. - B. C Jt. 8. F. MURRAY Editor. ' LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY, MAY 21. Col. Benton the Democracy. We are pleased to see the Democratic press in the State receive the "protest" of Col. Benton against the resolutions of the Legislature, with merited indignation. The Union alone, s far as we have seen, waits to hear ; his whole reasons, while the. independent , press of the State hurl back the insult that cast in me teem of the democracy, .we . had prepared an article- upon this subject, . which we are compelled to lay over to give . place to late and important news. . .;:? fThe accounts received through the mail yesterday of the fire in St Louis, have 7 paused us to delay our paper a few houis, in order to give them entire. We publish on the first side of this paper the City Charter of Louisiana. Hav ing printed it in pamphlet forrn we are com petted to insert it in order to bring out our . paper in tolerable time. Next week we will furnish a better variety. IS" We are req...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1849

lives; aafl no deubt many are lost who will nev. er be enquired after, or thonghtof strangers, or whom there were Many oa the ioat and in our city. . - . 4 The extent of the conflagration, from its begin-' njng to its termination, takes In almost the whole f wo blocks, which would be about one mile in length, by two in width. . The streets of our city, wimuginaiiy very narrow,, are literally p wuii lauen wans i nouses and de stroyed property of various kinds. We did not ee either New York or Pittsburgh after the great conflagrations there, hut We are informed that our city represents an aspect of greater des olation than either of those places. In regard to the loss, comparatively, we know not from any data in our possession which is the greatest.! vur recollection however, is, that in neither XSew York, nor Pittsburgh, did the 4oss exceed five millioni'of dollars. If this be true. St. Louis has suffered more than either of those -cities lyj List of Steamboats Burned. The following ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 21 May 1849

Concluded from first pagt. them, lie shall keep and preserve in his office the common Seal of the city, and all records, public papers, and documents of the city, not properly belonging to any other office. Sec. 12. ft shall be the" duty of the city Treasurer to receive and keep the money of the city, and to pay out the sami on warrants drawn by the Mayor, or other officer authorized by ordinance to draw them. ; ' - Sec. 13. The city Constable shall, within the city, in matters of a criminal nature arising under any law of the State, possess the same powers, perform the same duties and receive the same compensation .as the Constable of Buffalo township, he shall execute and return nil process issued by the Mayor, Recorder, any member of the city coun- cil, or Justice of the Peace under this act, or any ordinance of the city. Sec. 14. It shall be the duty of the city Engineer to superintend the construction of all public works ordered by the city, to make out plant and estimates ther...

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 June 1849

7 B The following communication ii frtfa the Hannibal Courier, and it written by one of the most talented and popular democrats 10 north-eastern Missouri. TO THE DEMOCRACY OF MISSOURI. , , ' f (No.1.) 'Sknator Benton's Appeal to the Pso ras;." In the St. Louis Union of May 10th, 1849, is a card, purporting to be an "ap peal to the people of Missouri" from the the instructions given to our Senators by an act of the general assembly of the State on the subject of Slavery by the Hon. Thomas H. Benton. As one of "the peo ple" to whom he addresses himself, I pro pose to offer a few remarks on his very sin gular position. Col. Benton has heretofore vowed himself to be an advocate of the doctrine that the Legislatures of the sever al States have the right to instruct t..eir Senators in the National Congress, and that it is the duty of these Senators to yield obedience accordingly. Aside from numer ous incidents that might be cited to substan tiate this assertion, I refer to the simple fact...

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 June 1849

IT T. ; i . . i j cessoi ww, ana never couia DereinBnaea ttemtV trio torrtr avibI I ilinn Simla Kf ri n tl mm. vauNa nrrp1 that the onlv'eaual footing with the original States, in all question was, whether she should be a State.respects whatever, npon the fundamental in or out-of the Union? and it was for Con- condition that the fourth clause of the 26th gress to decide which position she should occupy. My friend made one of his able and lucid speeches on the occasion, but whether it has been preserved or not I am not able to say. It carried conviction to the minds of all, and in fact settled the ques tion. The question was narrowed down to single point. All saw that if Missouri was not admitted, she would remain an in dependent State on the west bank of the Mississippi, and would become the nucleus of a new confederation of Mates, extend ing over the whole ftf Louisiana. None were willing to contribute to such a result; and the only question that remained with the Northern members ...

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 June 1849

could much longer resist the great pressure iPlatineum does not exist in considerable rhicb Is etrainit them. Every effort is be incr made to strengthen them, bat in the o pinion of the- surveyors having charge of , the work, it is an almost hopeless task. We are, however, very much encouraged by the fact that, in consequence of a favor able change of the wind, the lake fell sev eral inches yesterday, and the good effect of this Diuit be felt in town, as the ere vasse water will pass off over the ridge and through the . canals with much more rapidity. We anticipate a fall in the wa ter in the streets this morning. JV. O. Picayune, 2Zd. From the St. Louis Union. TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. ADDITIONAL FOREIGN NEWS. Niw Yok, May 28, 8 r. m Dates from Paris state that the news of the check met by the French troops in the Papal fitte. has moved France to its centre, and touch ed tfce people upon a tender point. The French General had marched from Civita Vecchia to wards Rome; but meeting wit...

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 June 1849

BANNER. POBLlSRtD feVfcHt KOfrDAY. 8 F. MURRAY, Proprietor. . TERMS: $2 in advance; $2 5 at the end of the volume Ito man's paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for up to the time of its discontinu ance. ADVERTISING done very low.J All letters on business must be post paid. POETRY. The Language of a Broken Heart. The following lines by the late Mrs. Maffit, derive a peculiar interest from the fact that they Were the last penned by the unfortunate ladyr O, would this crushed and beating heart Could cease to struggle and be still; Long has it served and been a mark For the world's scorn and vulgar will, Yet now it breaks ; 'twill bear no more; Twas over-burdened long before. " O, tell me not -let me not hear The scorn they shower upon my name! For oft tls whispered in my ear, And thrills to madness my poor brain. And there are times to which I crave The drear, dark mystery of the grave. And must it ever be, as now? And am I never to be free ' From slander's tongue, and e...

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 June 1849

1 v. 5 SLAVERY IN THfc ' DlSTBICT Of CO LUMBIA. :" -!a-' - tgtnre or MJcbiftri; Before it ftouWment last winter, adopted iW. fol lowing jeint resolutions, aiibmitted by Ue Jioo. J2r C. Berry, in the Senate, relative to elevery 4ft the district of Colombia. - Let th reflecting men of all parties read them, and then ask themselves who. it u that are agitating the, slavery question " Resolutions Equally strong hair been passed by . other .wpruiern Jstites; , i: : . u 1 Resolved, By the Senate" and House of Representatives of tbe State of Michigan, That the existence or Slavery and the Slave trade at the Seat of our .National Govern ment, "is ' an evil of serious magnitude which greatly impairs the prosperity 'and pappinets of the District, and casts the re proach of inf bnslstency npon the . free in stitutions established among us." Resolved,' That our Senators in Congress be instructed, and our Representatives re quested to urge the passage- of a Jaw that shall put an end to the 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 June 1849

DEMOCRATIC BAKJSGR;- i . IX)ra8IANA. MISSOURI. 1 ' rMOJfDAY MORJflJtG, JUJfE 11.1848. : o . . Ternw r the Bauer. , . Single copV, per annum, in advance, . ' $1 50 IT not paid -within three month, ' ' - . 2 00 : If act paid within the year, - 2 60 " No paper will be discontinued onlen the tame paid for np to the time of discontinuance. of publiihert of paper to say: whit shalLlpaared in th. last two number of bttrpa- and what h all not appear in their colitmnsi!perVrOf thai charge we amply lay, wa but when the voica of the people that tap- man who wrote them wrote a ridiculous port tlioae papers it smothered upon a tab- falsehood. They were' written ? by re ject that much concern them, it shows jspeetable gentleman, whole names can be a dread of the truth, and a neciea of noliti- had whenerer tt oecome necessary, ev- Bateaof AdTcrtiring. . Twelve line er less, first insertion, 75 . Each additional insertion, . - 38 ..vr Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea- eoDeoie raxes ' JOB ...

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 June 1849

ZT we reeavedtke toltowjapote and com- hatred sprang .tlia question .of.annexing 1 exaa to tae Union. Th nation tra thrown munication on Mondf labut too late for our paper of that data. The ErU note was not intend ed for pablicatianlwit wijl supercede the neces aitj of editorial reaurks : ''. ) MoJuJe lit. 1849. Friend Murray J teg thai yon: will, do iwi the'kindxress Jto insert the enclosed statement to the Ban U. k thpilaroM hat keen sent to, the fUeord.'. 1 lead yOtt the original signature. yo eftoose let the Kecord Know oditoritlly, that the orignel signatures 'can See by calling at your office. ri ' " ' !Your friend, . ;. J. ifc.Bi . - -.i ' .FOB TH BABHXB. 1 ' i l J'0 Orncc, Tboy, Mo.J ) 'i'-'iCu nl: ? June 1st 1849. $ Messrs Editors: Io the 'Louisiana Record' of the 30th Alt. f noticed an editorial' devoted specially to the Post' Matter at, Troy, Mo., in .which great complaint is made on , account of the papers forwarded to this office not being de delivered according to thei...

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 June 1849

T Centinueit frbm. first oaeLl 1 - 11 it . - i ri L V" J o I ' ana au.in prewe. anup0nuc,a,, ,..,. lowed the lead of 'our leading friend a D ..!.. fl... ivi.: T. .. 1 .f t i.iIiTfl ' -r II ., th...tr;n .Ti !,.-. thovi; iit.i;ith.trino';tlie sovereiffiitv of the Utes ana tending 7 7 r I were worn out; and then the harp were hungito the dissolution of the Union. Sad C0 unon the willows. Now a new et of . strings :ira(jctioii this when the same remedy is are furuit hed, and from the aame "leading friend 'both to cure and to kill! aud although the at the south, and the music recommences to the) p0i;t;CB doctors may prescribe both, yet, old tune aet to new words. Benton Whigs 0liticsal patient who has taken A U;r...;. YV:tt ?.;" d nnir the i' . r -.L aU. Abalitionism -Wilmot Proviso" are now the strings, and harps away again the word! and harp away they will, the old performers and some ne w ones, until the drooping willows shall again claim the appendage of their tuneless instrument. I ...

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 June 1849

V- ' COLt BENTON'S SPEECH Coneludtd. And now I have arrived at a point which claims particular attention. It will be re membered by all that after the i ejection of the lexas treaty in '44, various propositions .were submitted in Congress for her admis ion, and that every proposition contained some plan for dividing her into free and slav territory. . Now I do not recollect a single instance in which the constitutional! ty of such propositions were disputed, or a single instance in which it was deemed an insult to 'the 'slaveholding States to see slavery excluded from any part of it. These propositions were particularly numerous in the session sf '44 '46, which ended with two propositions enacted into two alterna tive resolutions one to run the compromise line through the State, the other to negotiate with her, upon the subject Mr. Calhoun elected the former a full proof that neither himself, nor the majority of the two Houses of Congress, nor the President of the United States, who...

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 June 1849

DEMOCRATIC BANMill. E. C h. MURRAY Editors., LOUISIANA.. MISSOURI. MOJfDAl MOIUWJfG, OJVB 18. 1 848. f THE ST. LOUIS UNIONA DODGE. "' In the 'last number f! the Banner we caHed upon the St Louis Union to show Jhe difference 'between the positions of Mailin Van Boren end Col. Benton upon the '"Slavery question.' In ; Jrtpljf the Union dodges die point by giving what it considers the opinions those gentlemen enter taia of the: Wilmot Proviso. - a Mr. Van Buren may thiuk the Proviso para' moAnt to all other measures, while Mr. Benton 'may think it an abstraction; yet they are both ' in fivop of prohibiting slavery from the Territo ries. ' Mr.' Van Buren may wish to rohibit it .with Wilmot's proviso, while Mr. Benton wish es to accomplish the same end with a proviso of .bUjprn or. with the old Mexican laws. He say .Jus sentiments ere again klaveryijaad Ins prin oiples may be e ialifs proposition to exclude slavery from the western part of Texas by hmgitudiiul line. It is absurd to say t...

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