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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 23 July 1849

safe: DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA, MO. MONDA Y MORNING, JULY 23, 1849. FAST DAT. In compliance with the recommendation of the President of the United States, the citizens of Louisiana and vicinity are in formed that, on the first Friday in August next, prayer meeting will be held at the Methodist Church in this city, at half past. 8 o'clock, and at half past 10 o'clock a ser mon will be delivered by Rev. A. D. Land ram. There will perhaps be other services during said day, of which due notices will be given. In view of the "pestilence which now walks abroad at noonday," it is earnestly desired that all our citizens w ill comply with the recommendation of the President, and suspend business during that day, and ob erve it as a day of fasting and prayer. Steam Ferry Boat at Louisiana Amongst the many improvements con stantly progressing at Louisiana, we are happy to announce to the public that Messrs W. & F. Burnett, proprietors of the ferry at this place, have procured, and have...

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 July 1849

DEMOCRATIC BHNEIi. LOUISIANA, MO. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 23, 1849. Terms of the Banner. Single copy, per annum, in advance, $1 50 If not paid within three months, - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be paid for up to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, 75 Each additional insertion, 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea sonable rales, JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, cheap for cash. Agents for the Banner, Maj. William Blakey, A. W. Lamb, . Samuel Smith, Dr. JohnC. Welborn, Aaron Hendricks, Dr. Nathan Vannoy, Dr. C. F. Walden, Garrett Minor, Increase Adams, . Thomas Berkley, . T. J. a Fafnr, James H. Britton, . T. R. Cornick, Wm. A. Nicklin, , John P. Allen, , Palmyra. Hannibal. New' London. Frankfork. . Spenccrburg. Vannoy's Mill. Ashley. Prairieville, Louisville, Paynesville. Clarksville. Troy. Cap-au-Grey. New Hope. Warrenton. 21" If ny of the above...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 July 1849

" : -: r.v,yf"' DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA, MO: MOXDAY J&ORN'WG, JULY 30, 1849. The Vote on Walker's Compromise Ahem dmkmt. The following is the vote up on Walker's (of Michigan,) amendment to the civil and diplomatic bill, which would, in effect, have settled the Slavery question ill Congress, and given to New Mexico and California territorial governments without any reference to the "Proviso," by leaving the people of the Territories to settle the question among themselves. This proposi tion came from a Northern man and met! the approbation of the whole South, and was voted, on in the Senate on the 1st day March last. We stated in the Banner of the 9th inst., that Benton voted against it. The St Louis Union of the 14tb inst., pro nounced it false, as alio our statement that he voted for the Proviso in the Oregon bill, and also to allow negroes & mulattoes to vote bold office in Oregon- We published the two latter votes in our paper of the 16th, and sealed the Abolition f...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 July 1849

r 1 1 DEMOCRATIC BANNER. E. C & 8. r. MURRAY Editors. LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1849. Col. Benton in North-East Missouri. While the war is still raging with unaba ted fury in the Missouri river country, be- tween Col. Benton, backed by the Wilmot Proviso Whigs and Democrats, on the one side, and the indomitable Democracy, who fight for "measures, not men," upon the other, we are proud to announce to the true hearted Democracy of the State, and of the Union, that the counties composing North East Missouri, stand shoulder to shoulder in opposition to the course of Col. Benton, and in support of the constitutional rights of the South, and of the Resolutions of the Legis lature. Beginning with "Old Pike" who led off, we see Marion, Lewis, Lincoln, Warren and St. Charles, embracing all that are democratic, and all that have held coun ty meetings to giveexpressions to public sentiment, linked as a band of sisters by resolutions condemning the Honorable Sen ator, an...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 30 July 1849

UEH0CR1TJC BANNER. LOUISIANA, MO: MOJfDAY .VOiUVjVG, JULY 30, 1849. Terms of the Bannne. Single copy, P Vrauin, in advance, $1 50 I f nut oaid within three months, - 2 00 If not pii within the year, - - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unless the same be pud for up to the time of discontinuance. Rates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion. - 75 Each additional insertion, 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea sonable rates, JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, cheap for cash. O&iisstoN. In the communication signed J.,' as published in the last Banner, there was an omission after the fourth line in the second column, of a whole page of manu script, which broke the force of the article by jumping from one point to another with out any sort of connection. We make this correction in justice to J.,' and hope he will accept it as an apology for a blunder that is quite as annoying to us as it can possibly be to him. Jf We stated last week, th...

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 July 1849

.y r DEMOCRATIC BANNER. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1849. Terms of the Banner. single copy, per annum, in advance, $1 50 it nut paid within three month, - 2 00 If not paid within the year, - - 2 50 No paper will be discontinued unlets the tame be paid for up to the time of discontinuance. Bates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, firtt insertion, - 75 Each additional insertion, - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea sonable rates. JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, cheap for cash. Agents for the Banner. Mai. William Blakey, A. W. Lamb, . Samuel Smith, . Dr. JohnC. Welborn, Aaron Hendricks, Dr. Nathan Vannoy. . Dr. C. F. Walden, Garrett Minor, Increase Adams,;.,; Thomas Berkley, T. J. C. Fags, James H. Britlon, T. R. Cornick, Wm. A. Nicklin, John F. Allen, Palmyra. Hannibal. New1 London. Frankfork. Spencerburg. Vannoy's Mill. Ashley," Prairieville, Louisville, Paynesville. Clarksville. Troy. Cap-au-Grey. New Hope. Warrenton Jflf ny ...

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 August 1849

ft t-..- -as'--. WW1 . f t y n y 'X b !ilii:m,.unt!- 1 UEI10CR1TIC BANNER. LOUISIANA, MO: JiOJfDJlYMOIUMMt, J1VG. 80,1849. MEETING itf MOJtGAN COUNTY. Tbt following resolutions we eztrtct from the oroceedinge of idui meetiogof the citizens of. Morgan county, held on the 6th jBIj, without respect to party. The meet tag is represented as large and enthuaiaitic, and harmonious in its proceedings, me resolutions we publish will serve to show the lentiments of the people of Morgan. Sat Morgan down for the cause end not for man. fith. That in covernmental affairs as in nrirate. the agent or representative is bound if principle and in common honesty to obey . ll f l:. anil hia n tne Will 01 ni nnuuivuui mii fcr rssentative capacity to act as his constit uents would act, were they present doing for themselves; that contrary doctrine is io conflict with the first end most vital prin ciple of all representative governments, end if generally acted npon must ultimately be -Uitrnctive of oar fre...

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 August 1849

(J. J DEMOCRATIC BANNER. E. C S. JF. MITRIIAY, Editors. LOUISIANA., MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, JlUG. 6, 1849. COL. BENTON THE WILMOT PROVISO THE ST. LOtJIS UNION. Under the above caption the St. Louis Union of Saturday last, contains a lone arti cle, reviewing its past course and present position and that of CoU Benton upon the Wilmit Proviso.. The article in question is an "official" reply to the interrogations of a St Louis correspondent of the Metropoli tan, as to the true position of that paper in reference to the terrible fire-brand, the Wil- inot Proviso. - , The Union is evidently alarmed at the signs of the times, and is endeavoring to trial its sails for every breeze. It wires in and wires out in a long yarn of nearly two columns. length and leaves the reader in se grious doubt as to which side of the question it Itopi. y It professes to advocate the doc trine of 'non-intervention upon the subject of slavery by Congress, and labors hard yea! labors to prove that Col. Benton ...

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 August 1849

Ad PUBLIC SALE. Br authority of the will of Andrew Shep herd, deceased, I thai!, on the 31st of Au- rust, 1849, Sell ttt Uie highest bidder at pub ic auction all the personal property of said deceased; consisting of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Goats, a good Waggon and farmwg utensils, &c ,. , ; The sale w II commence at the late resi dence of lud deceased, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon and continue till all the property is sold-. A credit of nine months wiu oe, girsn on all sums of five .dollars and up wards; for all sums under five" dollars the bash will be required. No property will be moved till the money is paid, or where the purchase amounts to five dollars or more is ' j L- i, j -ii j :. . secoreu ov uuiiu wnu apurovcu security. , '- MINER VI A SHEPHERD. ' August 6th, 1849. 4w. Valuable Land for Sale. FTrtHE undersigned offers at private sale the 1 following desirable real estate. to-wiU The S. W. quarter of section S3, in township 63, north of range one west, containing o...

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 August 1849

DE5I0CR1TIC BANNER. . C at ' a T. MURRAY, Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. fOJWUr MORJfiNG,AVG. 6, 1849. Terras of the Banner. Single copy, per annum, in advance, $1 50 If not paid within three months, 2 00 If not paid within the year, - 2 60 No paper will be discontinued nnless the tame be paid for up to the time of discontinuance. Bates of Advertising. Twelve lines or less, first insertion, - ' 75 Each additional insertion, - - 38 Yearly and quarterly advertisements at rea- sonaoie mes, JOB WORK of all kinds, done with neatness and despatch, cheap for cash. Agenta for the Banner. Maj. William Blake, A. W. Lamb, Samuel Smith, Dr. John C. Welborn, Aaron Hendricks, Dr. Nathan Vnraoy, Dr. C. P. Walden, Garrett Minor, . Increase Adams, . Thomas Berkley, T.J.C.Fagg, James H. Button, . T. R. Corniok, Wm. A. NickUn, Palmyra. HannibaL New'London. : Frankfork. Spencerburg. Vannoy's Mill. Ashley. Prairieville, Louisville, Paynesville. Clarksville. Troy. Cep-au-Grey. New Hope. Warrenton. John F....

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 13 August 1849

MONDAY MOMTUfQ AUG. 13,1849. eeauffeas' Vtttmr and the tatBtLoula , i.i ..' uauon.i '.-iii ..- i . . The Si Louis Union of the 27th nit., Is t M inoft bitter denunciation of Gen. Cess,1 oVacconrit' of bis letter on the sub ject pT h; jWlinot,Pxovifo.'r).The .course oT thai foeaotf aheet has certainly been most Extraordinary since it passed aider the ewtroi of Its present Editors. : It came into thsdntest under 'most suspicious circum stances, to say the least of. it; but. Tor the first fe w weeks its course was unequivocal It on the side of the WUmot Proviso; go ing farther than a majority of the professed Barnburner, sheets on that subject; swal lowed thewhoje of Benton's Jefferson City speech ; justified his .refusal to obey the in etruetioas of thaLegislatnre ; adcoeated the WUmot Proviso as a wholesome arid saluta ry' measure, and endorsed. It as tbe Jeffer son Proviso." '; '' In a few weeks, however, the tone of its editorials, from some cause, was entirely changed. Instead of ...

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 August 1849

DEMOCRATIC BANKER. E. C. R. j. MtJsUUY, Editors. LOUISIANA, MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 13, 1849. ELECTION RETURNS. Tmt$n.Jh State election for Tennessee came off on Monday hut, after an active and tplr- Had canvass. The democrats hare elected their Governor, TrnsdeJe, by 8000 majority. They hare gained thrte member t of Cbngrat,aad elected a majonhf of the Saute and Houte pj : xtpntmnavett. Tnis will do for Tennessee ; tie can't stand the administration that has fklsi- fed ita every pledge before the canvass has fair ly died aw upon the ears of the people. Jtitrik CWwo. From this State the returns are meagre, bat show a democratic gain on the popular rote. . The delegates in Congress, from present indications will be without change, lento?. The returns from this State arc jnot, s nfiaeattoindkate with accuracy (fee result; the polls were kept open three days. From the returns received the Emancipationists are nearly every where routed, and the probability is the "desSocrats hare...

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 August 1849

fre Harder In Palmyra. From puiengert who reached this city that morning on the teenier Kate Kearney, we are informed f toe" particular! of the tnutder of Uli. fi B. Hart at Palmyra, Mo., who fell by tboiMmdl of Mr. John Wise, a rlprt in the Post -Office ii this city. The oivptimitancef which led to this fatal and much igretted,aflGur are briefly these: Some wK3 since, ana uuring me preva lence f the cholera, Mr-Wise who is' a jaarried man sent his wife to Palmyra, and soon .,' after er departure, bis suspicions were aroused, whilst at his daily avocation l0'thpffice,ateingher handwriting up on letters addressed to Mr. Hart in this city. One or more of these letters, we are inform-! ed, were opened, but, as if to avoid daMc tioa, a fictitious name was used.' "t Wise and Bart were et this- time, end -lav fact for a bag period 'previous, epon terms of the strictest intimacy. On Wednesday; last, Hart left the city onthe steamer Whirlwind, which egarri aroused Mr. Wise's suspicions, who...

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 August 1849

crrv ORDur ahces. ' (NoTTa.) Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of Louisiana: See. 1. There shall be to alley opened in block No. 17, in eeid city, 18 feet wide, and in accordance with city ordinance No. 8, concerning alleys. See. 8.. Said alley to be opened by the let of March, 1860. Sec 3. Thit ordinance to be in force from and after it puiage. August 1st, 1849. : ! W.K. KENNEDY, Mayor. E. C. Morbat, Cl'k. pro. tem. C. C. (No. 14.) Be it ordained by the City Council of the city of Louisiana: Sec, 1. That the following sums of money are appropriated , to voucher! whose names are hereinafter annexed, and the Mayor to draw hit warrant! on the treasury for the same, to-wit: . gcMa W.Q. Parks, as health officer for lime, 11,62 For jhe nse of M. McCabe, 10,00 W, u. Bradley, Street overseer, . ' 83,60 do. for sidewalk on McPike's prop'y. 81,44 J.S. Markley, as couneilman, 6,00 John Billmyer, : do. 6,00 d.W.. Condor, do. 6,00 Samuel Allen do. 6,00 John Sbwimmer, for services 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. — 20 August 1849

DEMOCRATIC B1SXBB. - "' . LOUISIANA, MQ: - . MtfDXY MOktfirff. A UG. 20, 1849. -iV 1 ' -.It is only therefore at the Instance, and under the (Inaction of tha people, that any Legislature should dare to use tha impor tant principle of instruction to Untied States Senator; on any subject. To dare la defiance of the people, or what is the same, without being instructed how to act themselves to instruct a Senator in Con gress to carry out, in the name of the peo ple of Missouri, treason and disunion, or else resign his place to one who will, is a monstrous usurpation of power, totally un authorized by any just laws or usages, known or practiced by the democratic party since its origin." Wo - copy the above from the Benton or gan at St Louis. Then if the Legislature dare not do any act without the instructions of the people first had and obtained, how dare Col. Benton vote for free negro suffrage in Oregon without instructions from the peo pie? and how dare he give the many other iniquit...

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 August 1849

i 'r , DEMOCRATIC DINNER, E C at 8. F. Mt'RRAY, Editors. ; LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MOJfDJY MORNING, JlVG. 20, 1849. Democratic HaasBf eeting in Ralls. In will be remembered by oar readers, that we published a call tor a meeting of the Democratic eitisens of Ralls county, to be held at New London on the 6th day of July last, for the pin pose of ex pressing their views on the subject of slavery in the Territories, 4c That meeting came on in the betgbth of the wheat harvest, when the fanners could not conveniently attend. Those that were present, after organizing the meeting, unanimously voted to adjourn until the rearm Monday in Au- mrr the first day of the Circuit Court when all who desire to attend will have a chance to be pres tot. Let there be a full and fair expression of the people. PUBLIC SPEAKING IN BOWLING-GREEN. . We are authoriied to publish an appointment for TJoI. WttUH Pricst, our Senator in the Legisla tare to address his feKow-eiiusen at Bowling Green oil the 1st Monday i...

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 August 1849

MARTIN'S JBMPORIDM. UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS OP NO. 118. Fall of 1849. MOTTO! I pltdgt myself to sell lower than any other House. Mr business is done entirely upon the Cash principle, therefore, I hate no losses to make up on baa Debts, as those do who sell upon Credit, and have to make up the difference on their Cash Customers. . j My stock this fall is the largest ever brought West, Comprising by far the most complete as sortment ever offered by any House. My goods have all been purchased for Cash and Manufac tured at very- low prices. MY STYLES AND PATTERNS SHERIFF'S SALE. IN virtue and by authority of a writ ot execu tion, bearing date the 7th dav of Acril. 1849. issued from the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Pike count. Mo., in favor of Charles R. Morris, John B. Strange and James C. Bilbro, executors of William Shaw, dec'd, and against Charles Bacon and Chamness T. Smith and to me directed; I have levied upon the following de scribed real estate, lying in said count...

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 August 1849

' From th Mobile Register and Journal. I THE LAND THAT, WE LIVE IN. BT A. B. MEEK. 01 bright b the land that we live in, And soft blow the breezes around The stars make a palace of heaven, And flower enamel the ground 1 The orange and chei nut are flinging Their odors divine on the gale, And the mocking-bird's melody ringing From the bowert that circle the valet Then here's to the land that we live in! The land of the locust and lime! And a song for the sweet stars of heaven That brighten this beautiful clime I But dearer by far to the minstrel Than all the sweet wealth of this land, Are the maidens who dwell in its bowers, By mountain, savanna, and strand 1 And all its rich trophies were given, As tributes of beauty to these) And these are the stars of our heaven . - The flowers that gladden the breeze I Then here's to the land that we live in! The land of the locust and lime! And a song for the sweet stars of heaven, That brighten this beautiful clime! Twas hymned by a bard, that ...

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 August 1849

DEMOCRAT!!! BANNER. LOUISIANA, Mp; .. . ? JiOJfDJl Y MORJfttfG, AUG, 27,1849. .Mr. BsOTowoxpressry asserts and argues lie poiilion that Congress has the power. CoL Benton asserts this too plainly to be taisunderstodd. But while he conceded the constitutional power of Congress to pass such a law, (the Proviso,) he absolutely de nies its necessity or expediency for the reason, that the very restriction contained , in the Proviso was already a part of the law of the land, in California and New Mexico.; St Louis Union. If Col. Benton denies the necessity and expediency of the Proviso, and is opposed toft passage by Congress, why did he vote gainst Walker's compromise amendment to the civil and diplomatic bill, which was de signed to give New Mexico and California territorial governments without any refer ence to the Proviso ? The Union sometime ago denied that Col. Benton voted against Walkers amendment, and even gave us the lie, because we stated it as so' We have since published the v...

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 August 1849

J DEMOCRATIC BANNER. E. C fc 8. J MURRAY. Editors. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, AUG. 27, 1849. ' Resolutions of Instruction. - In an article under the above caption the newly imported editor of the Saint Louis Union, to please his master Benton, affects o be terribly alarmed at the language of the .Resolutions of the Missouri Legislature; and in his zeal to sustain his master's forced construction of the language of those reso lutions, he perpetrates an absolute falsehood la the following language : . "They pledge the State to a heartv Co. operation with the slave holding States in such measures as may be deemed necessary for our mutual protection, against northern fanaticism. There is a pledge to such mea sures without exception as the slave holding ime may aeem necessary." In the last sentence above quoted there t . . . . . . is repeated ue very falsehood which, ltcith oui exceptumt" Col. Benton most desires tha people to believe. The resolutions of the Legislature say not...

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