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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 October 1849

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Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 15 October 1849

u 4eV V1. . r- . ... rvJL lLtnxJ,A (&noi ifntfi. Saudis ra onvfra tb r-v 4 :-:v 'wbel the X'r aWaejjjfpMi5.; ;-?-! 'ea it lb teimf.yira. a4 pledge luracU uW lfi..i,.i: ..Ilr. 'l't.l arrival m irtiatL. anliM Dart. wiltW Wntil bioialie 1 . wis ;-Kjffl!?tfi fm?r " lrrTS4,', . I . Tha Airaiture or the boaaa hubp repjen&b., -aiftcwrt rtmmeocrjl, 1 thMutW, and premlwa aaStMI e Teninriietc-t1prtmin-ocI .? r 'i-f S '"Tow Ksr-nt inn tat iitfrt-'-? -. ' ii 'J "TT 3- I 1 . -: ..sin. ' ", '- . r- ... Jr ... r- -. . ... : :,- h 6cl tbeir Uamr Bf, JsKuir fsr7'lIrbt tclifee. S '"rTtafcWtak lipe.; thonjrh kome'lf mUL "JZ 9f muM teonrtina.nra ar!on. tl: to 1nnoeint j am uf mo. ?.sWitrd AS rtmmiicrWe rtf btiU 8 iol.ffMBwMiflWi.(-J raa hir "WWt f aavrtMfTo "ijrottnd nutaMo pict " j urech Ibittiu and c tof ;&ig''wft rrt tf.ajada. I'fiird In xl for Vitt-r arfirta r;frsi3Cl,8ffyi and to IJd hi bonnet rhra aba f uWd t era IhiMgfchalft in Jlrh!!tar jt wM hrr ptraaurr la a'raav, l j pnria' lb ae...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 October 1849

ni ,rUa3 drrjT4uwPV:'-o?' sJ; ?; n .Thai felbontot da? .'bit h g1eamef Ktfctj, - - $ - The darkest wje bath bright foanr near t j .niUbfAinkTes tWougb tk dandiest ofght.YA :i .- A Boii foiitarj ta to ctieer.it. ; . ' j j ; :i yvt.iTae saddest heart is set all sadness,.:-- . .0 And sweetly or me 4arkeoom, . iTbere shines torn liaget J5am of gladness y Despair I never quite despair , y ... Nor life or-death he future eloce, ;; . And round the shadowy brow of Care." . ," Will Hope and Fancy mine their rose J .1 ,u ,.t ivr - BY-LAWS !rt4; -i .-'.; I U'iLH.Ii I' W-f "ill '"1 . If,"'1 M BVv-'Bfv, 9 1 llJv:' ' . .... I ' ... . : - " ' , ' L . .Vliiriuv 1:.. V :i r , .:i . -. - ., . -fi' I i 1 . i '. ....... . - -I ;;vo 5. T r : LotiisiANA; pike' countYi Missdufti. Monday", OCTOBER 22,' 1849. ...I ; -t 1 v : rt 'tt "j 7, r i " 1 hi NO: 26 11 I-TB r iPin M .; . ..idew drawn on him. by. the W..f ttostexl I9rm, h uf if. m b ii.uuVc . ... . ;rr"ft I"';" L'AJ LI 11 .11 I 1 . I I.U.JJ :-r " 1 Wil...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 October 1849

DEMOCRATIC BIN NEB. te.C 8.1". HURHAY, Editor. LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. ,MO)fDAY MOUNTING, OCT. 22. 1849. THE ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC RAILROAD CONVENTION. - This convention assembled in St. Louis a the 16th iost., and was composed of del elates and invited guests from seventeen States and one Territory, vix: New York, -Jfew Jersy, Pennsylvania, Maryland. Vir- E'nia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, tuisiana, Arkansas, Ohio, Indiana, Illi nois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Missouri, ; and Minesota Teraitory. The Convention was temporarily' organized on Monday, the 16th, and on Tuesday elected as its prominent odicers, Hon. Stephen A. Doug lass, or Illinois, as President, with a vice President from each of. the States repre sented ; and Steward of Chicago, Wm. ' G. Minor of Jefferson City, and A. B. Chambers , of St. Louis, as Secretaries. Various propositions were introduced and discussed for connecting the valley of the Mississippi with the Pacific ocean by a railroad to be constructed by t...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 October 1849

Wednesday morning October, zg Sad Accident a Warning to Youths It pajaj tut to announce to the pnbiio the eifenmitaacei of a melancholy accident that occurred just opposite this city, in Mi eral Assembly of Missouri, is unprecedent ed and in direct conflict with the cherish ed principles andusiiagesof the democratic naM. ' IfesiJved, That adhering to the usages of the Democratic tlartv to its organization and lis faith and cherishing with no lip nols, en yesterday. A party from this: service, the time honored maxim "every eooaty were tuning in ine siottgr irom ine."evi'r e cause una nci.ng jt Mifinippi river, coin n: only known al the Seye, when a youth' about . 12 years old, sob of Mr. Diggs Luck, left the party with a gen in seareh of game.. He had been ab- '.m t 'a tent soase time when search was maue either te return home or from anxiety at his prolonged absence, and was first seen by his lather lying by hU gun, a lifeless corpse. He appeared to have been standing upcn log leani...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 22 October 1849

.. vv ; .s7i; ' " .. :l WHARF BOAT Jj-t.j,,, R ..... AT 1 v' : ; ' ; r i. nr 1 ;l 0 VISIA-WA, M0. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND SHIP ' PERS OF PRODUCE? " - Tbx undersigned beg leave to announce to the nublic .A that .tiey have established themselves nermanenllv in e1"- Louisiana, a DEALERS IN COUNTRY PRODUCE of every discrip flonYand receivtrt and shippers of Product and GaDdt fnr Country Merchants, meir location at-the wharf afford than every facility for at tending to the interests of their customers, and Is dear saving to shippers of the expensepf dray- ae to and from : the warehouses oi. uie cuy. They will at all times give the most liberal mark' ettwices for Produce, and latere -freight at re. priable charges: . They will give the strictest personal 'at tentioij lo'the shipping of produce for warded to them,' and toreceiving and forwarding of freight for oounlry, merchants, f, Havmg invested near tbeir. whole capital in their present business they expect to invite cus- lonoyaoeommou...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 October 1849

if " ' ' ii,iHMI'iiiiiii I rill ii nil . in in mn ii i, in, i hi in. ii,, nil, . mmtidiiiii , m i . .. ., POPULATION AND RESOURCES OF OUR; i- COUItTBY. ' In-'17$0 the Union consisted of 17 States, Vr population of 3,929,827, and 451,424 aqesre" mile of land, or 8 persona to a square .nAdiSBd Ihere were 20 States, with a popula- -tinf&S0340, and an area of 572,024 square gules, or V persons to a square mile. it -la. 1810, there were 24 States, containing rpapulaOon of 7,289,814, and an area of 783,5441 ecaaso awes, or persons to a square mue. ' la 1829 than were 27 States, with a popula RooT 0,638,191, and aa area ot 894,344 square ' BHs, er 10 persons to a square mile. ' - - In 1830 there were 27 States, containing a yspnkdon of 12,866,020, and an area of 948,814 1 square aulas, of 13 persons to a square mile. --. Ja.1840 there were 29 States, conUininp a 5 nepuJatkraoT 17.068.866. and an area of 1,174, j44 square miles, or 14 persons to a square .mile, -j ; ' , . Th shove are e...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 October 1849

7 "V V DINNER. , fc C sa gJv tHIRRAT, Editors. ;t; . Louisiana;. Missouri. MOXDAY MORJWfG, OCT. 29, 1849. r, COL. BENTON IN PIKE. : ,Oa Wednesday last, Col. Benton ad ""'railed a very large concourse of the citi vxens of this Oeunty at the Court House in Bowling Green.' His speech, though filled , with many and , gross misrepresentations, ;'WM ,tery' specious and plausible, and well calculated to mislead the unsuspecting, .-fi Was made up of portions of his several Speeches, spoken in different : portions of I the State. His manner was easy, but evinced en' egotistical, self-important, and consequential iceung. nis language was .according to the strictest rules of grmati eel Construction, correct but filled with .many low and vulgar epithets, which he freely applied to different members of the .Democratic party, such as "Rottens," "wolves,' and "polecats." To the Whigs, ai a. party, he was -complimentary and re ctfu1.He bestowed a highly wrought ieutogirixn i on the late Silas Wrigh...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 October 1849

.in Ireland, last year, af win Kl--O,oo oi oraoay, xu,doo.; whisky, 7,072,933 gallons; Tobacco, 5,138, Silt. U, 6,713,873; coffee, 1,313,971 : su gar, 610887 pouodi. " " ' '9Tl Qhio Statesman elasse parties In the , eow of Ohio thus : Democrats 18; freesoilers 1; WOigS 17. ; -' On ft fifth Irist., ' by Elder W. McQuie, Mr. x'8anMl Ross to Miss Tamasha J. Tribble.all of i!ijhimitir.r-t .iii.ifJC.kilved. : '' 4V'i JLOUISlJUVJtM JRKET. r . masiiurnci, vci. fui, 1010. Cora,. - - - -Oataf Bacon, Ha-os. ; Shoulders " - V, ' Sides, r' Hemp, " Tobacco,' ' - Lard - - - ..Butter,, , . --FlaMed,..'y7 . ' . - Beef, on foot Dried Apples - ' " . ounr 7 - - : . -vCoiJee '; 1 ' -Molastee; Cotton Yarn ".iBalt. Kenhaw . - 'Q. A. Bar' Iron '. , -Castings -: Nails - - - 75 per bushel. ;' 25 eta per - do 18 cts per do. . ; 4 to 6 per cwt. - 4 4a41-2 6a 5 50 per cwt., 2 a 6 do do , 5 to b" per lb. .". 1012 1-2 do 80c per bushel. 2 to 2 1-2 per cwt - CO to 65c per bushel 7c per dozen. 7 to 8o per lb. 12c ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 29 October 1849

51 t THE CBTCXAD HORSEMAN. . - BT SUJOB f OSXTS JOSTCS. 'Absolem Nippers was a widower, and ' one Of the ' particularest men perhaps that ever Jived; though some people said that . when his wife was alive, he used to dress as common as a field hand, didn't use to take no pains with himself at all. In his own settlement he had a monstrous bad nsme, particularly among the women ; who .'ttf id to say that he didn't allow bis wife more'n one dress a fear, and as for a new shawl or bonnet, the poor woman did not fenow nothing about such things, kvery body noticed how he spruced about six weeks after .Mrs. Nippers died, and how he went to chorea regular every Sunday, but ' they dida't have any confidence in bis reli gion, and used to say that he only went to Show bis new suit of mourning and to ogle n the gals Old Mrs. Rogers hated him like ' poison, and said that she believed that his ... poor, wife died broken hearted, and as for . bis pretending to be sorry about it, that . was alt sha...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 November 1849

if AS j- -- ii ii jii ii ii - i 1 1 r m " 1 i T ir ii '" """ . f - i III, I I - - - in i ft t 1 flJ-4iZZ3 i'fromib MerropoHtaa:,4i 1 '.V : " -tUBEICSEintMtJ?f BIJFOKE THE ' v!vrtn-'- '"APPEAL. -" At a Democratic meeting, held in Clay county On J'&y'.oif luly, 1848, 'the following resolution wm adopUd unanimously:" -s r ufith.l That Congress has no Constitutional power to interfere with slavery : in the Statesv and that we are opposed to the doctrines of the . WSmot proviso that the trUe doctrine U, when territory if acquired, it should be free to all, and hn settled by our people, they alone should determine wnether slavery should exist among them or not, and that whatever should be their dScision',' it should be final." r ' '"' Howard Everett, Esq., acted as president of this, meeting, and a. 5. katon as Secretary. ; i ne wHcwing gentlemen figured on the occasion,- as orators or committeemen - Messrs. Jasme M. Hughes, J. Loughborough, J. K. Kelley, John G. Price, Henry Turner, ...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 November 1849

u .:.'.r." - r DEMOCRATIC DINNER. E. C aV I. . BtV&ttAYt Editors. LOUISIANA MISSOURI. JIOXDAT MORJYIJfQXOV. 5, 1849. '.'.j I?po1, Benton f aid to a. respectable citi sen in this county that he was satisfied that be would lose , Pdte and Lincoln counties, that it was no use ' or trying ia them, but that he would carry every other county in the State. We opine before he reached the Des Moin be thought there wai a few more of the same sort' Is this the way Colonel Benton cheers hit friends and keeps up his own spirits, by claiming all the Counties ex cept those he is in' or near, where public i atiment is too manifest to be mistaken or misrepresented ? This is, indeed, worse thai the boy whistling in the woods to drive off fear. It may do keep up the appear one of suecess to bis friends, but it will ever carry him back to the Senate again, nor put bun u the White House either. : We made a visit, a few days ago, to (be pork slaughtering and packing establish ment of Messrs. E. Drape...

Publication Title: Democratic Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic banner. — 5 November 1849

MONDAY M0BM15G, NOVEMBER. J ...i.iu STAMPEED. Fros recant intelligence from Lewis coun- ty, to this 'SUft? Jewn that a Tew days iffo'iooi J.Begrojfs, consiitiog of four ben and the remainder women and children, inade ttampecd. witli property of their owners to make the journey more comfdrta ble and expeditious. "When discovered, tbey were making their way towards the river, and being armed with bowie knives, clubs, sticks, they refused to stop and retrace their .'step's. Some whites having totiected to capture the stanipeeders, a diffi culty enaud, In which, the leader of tli blacks, wha was rapidly moving up to the attack wfth knife; in hand, was shot, and,1 perhaps tome other wounds received be fore a surrender took piece. They pretend their object was to pay s visit to some of their colored friends j the probability is they, wer Minting fir? soil. ... f: Jlnothsr Horrid Murder. We under stand from persons from Marion County, that a most brutal murder was committed in the vicinity...

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 November 1849

5SS S AWAKE TO EFFORT. r km. (IkAB T. 0tT01t. "The night cosaeth when so man can work,. A wak to effort whfle the day is shining The time' to labor will not always last, And do regrety-repentance nor repitiing, Can bring to as again the buried Past. The ailent aands of life are falling fast ; Time tells ur busy poises one by one ; And shall oar work, eo needful and so vast, Be all completed,' or but just begun, When twilight shadows veil Life's dim, departing ton? .-. What duties have our idle hands neglected ? What useful lessons have we learned and taught? Whal warmth, what radiance have our minds re- .1 nectwir What rich and rare materials have we brought For deep investigation, earnest thought; Concealed, within the soul's unfathomed mine, How many a sparkling gem remains unwrought, That industry might place on Learning's shrine, Or lavish on the world, to further God's design. The smallest baric, on Life's tumultuous ocean, Will leave a track behind forever more ; The lightest ...

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 November 1849

'1 d Pram the Western Expositor. ' ! t I PROM SANTA FE. HltJfy Important! Formation of a Civil GovernmentDifficulties with the Jlva chtandavtjo IndiansProbable Mur- - der of Cabjornta migrants oy me js,u ,. .taws! By the srrival, from Santa Fe, on Thurs day evening, ot Mr. P, Norris, we are in possion of a Santa Fe Rpublican, Extra, ofj Sept. SO, from which, and also from a pri vate letter, we hare omeitemi of interest. The people had met in all the counties and nominated delegates to a Convention to frame and organize a civil government - InsuaDirncDLTixs. The Apaches had committed depredations on the Rancho of of Cbaparitto, below Las Vallat, taking off lot of dotbing, some horses, and 150 head of cattle. The marauderj were followed by Capt Papin, and forty men, who came open their camp, and after pouring two des tructive fires into their midst, charged them with the bayonet, and completely rout ed them killing a great number, among the rest, the noted Chief Pertrillo. ' On the 12...

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 November 1849

YV 2 AT v.' V. DBMOGrIyTC DINNER. E. C. St, g. T. MURRAY. Editor. -' LOUISIANA. MISSOURI. MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 12. 1849. 0"We have received, by the last Platte Argus, the able and dignified vindication of .Senator Atchison of himself and others, gainst the whimpering charge of conspi racy made by Col. Benton in his Boonville speech. The reply of General Atchison shall find a place in our columns, and should be read by every impartial reader. It is a convincing article, and distinguished from Benton's stjle by its decorous language, its Treeness from personal epithets and low vul gar blackguardism. In noticing Benton's publishing bis private conversations, lie says: "I here repeat it, that there is an opposition to him a 'combination,' if he prefers the word, to dismiss him from the U. S. Senate, that cannot be resisted: it is combination of the honest, the virtuous, and the intelligent of all portions of the State they cannot fail the knife will be applied and the rotten will be cut...

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 November 1849

In "Pike County fcourh MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12. .but he w,; c ;"": - ' T7 I ... . A imian. Th n ritsnv nf thi anont snmt time With I PjinuTT ap Pier i . Daring Burglary Thieves in the Lily. lhf deceased on tbe day ,)revious to hi death, and wT js ordered by the Court that there be levied for On last night, (Sunday) while Mr. James heard him speak, as he had done frequently, after 1 the improvement of road during the present year m it J f:i -1.nri.fi rmp bis first attack, of his religious condition and hopes a lax eqaj to fifty per centum on the State tax; W..Hm na ""Oily were at Church, 80We(hlt ,hey wen comf(.i,able . that he was not and tevety person against v.hom a poll tax is darinff thief entered his tesidence.on Water afraid to die; thafne knew in whom he trusted. assessed, may be dischareed of the same by two ' i - kf Ihmitinn a lover Hotiveen flip rinor P"""' 'r ,aays IB nor, mill mm - :,. street, by thrusting a lever between the aoor . . wh fc dofoow him J . . bf djRCha...

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 November 1849

DO YOU REALLY THINK HE DID? ) I waited tin ihtftwiBght) And jet ht did not come ; I strayed along the brook-tide, And slowly wintered home ; When who should come behind me, Bat him I would hate chid j He Mid he eeme to find me Do yea really think be did? , He (aid, since last we parted, He'd thought of naught to sweety Aa of this very moment The moment we should meet He shewed me where, half shaded, A cottage home lay hid ; He laid for me he made it - Do you really think be did ? He said when first be saw mr, Life seemed at once divine ; Each night be dreampt of angels, And every face was mine ; Sometimes a voice, in sleeping, Would all his hopes forbid, And then be wakened weeping Do you really think be did ? From the Lexington Express. AN INCIDENT. During the meeting of the Indian mission association in Lexington, while the mem bers were paying their annual contributions, I was sitting immediately in front of the President. After the throng was over an old colored lady, a servant ...

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 November 1849

I . .;,q . ' , '; m -- iji ' jFrem the Platte Argus. . 5 SSSAWft ATCHISON'S BEPLY TO THE L ; J forytuflg 07 CONSPIRACY. to tst ortLf or inssooxi. ' 11 1fbe Boa. Thomas B. Benton, In pubfi ?fetion,dsted Boonvile, August 30th, 1849, -fa thought proper to connect my name with . eosfarsct egaiast him sad the onion of $ttfM-7n object of the conspiracy e 4Jf wet to get fhia out.of .their way, linS otrt of the wejr of htm who plot! the TEaioltrflon of the Union." The meant oted -fitimt pernose werothe "Jecklon Nnllifi--atioa aad disunion Resolutions" of the last General Assembly, upon the subject of ale 'very, ; The conspirators were some of the 'democratic members of the Legislature, F who toted for the resolutions, some Judges, ome K&k officers, tome presses, so. sa He eeyi: Citixens, I was attending to jriSarVnaineaa t Washington, endeavoring e bring forward tucoessfully the great plan for thexonstructionof the National Central "Bail Koad.Trom St Louis to San Francisco -fth it branc...

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 November 1849

XT" ST .t 1 obstacle to Mr. Calhoun's scheme of a -Southern Confederacy." .. . ..Thip if another evidence of the extreme , delicacy and retiring modesty of the distin pushed Senator. He the natural enemv of .11 " rotten poutiouns I 11 me Union or these tniriy:;,r " - j - .States can be dissolved by Mr. Calhoun, now information. 'And yet, strange to say, lie ' fiis old age, or alone, be preserved by our old presumes himself the epitome of mtelh- Senstor, then indeed are the bonds which binds! eence and morality ! Such is his ostenta- it tcether rotten, and the Union not worth pre- crying. - om wun ail aue respeci lor me pow era ef both those distinguished gentlemen, 1 must be permitted to doubt, whether the Union of these etates, or the dissolution or the Union depends upon either of them. ' ' . Oar old Senator overestimates his importance. Let him be withdrawn from the Senate, and his absence will scarcely be known to the Nation. , This cry of conspiracy is "a wolf howl," rained to ...

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